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 26, 1945
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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: VID04938
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tfobecideMill I: Starke's Four, Colonels Serve In Foreign Fields County Has Quota of $178,000 ;;

I Three Lieutenant Colonels and one full Colonel isn't ...., ..... .... . ,
Levy a ,bad assortment of "brass" for a little town the size Victory Loan Drive Lehman Says j

of Starke (pre-war population 1,350)) but that is the ,

distinguished "production record" established this 1 Nry'
Auditorium by r4, An outline of the job that faces i
community in World War 11. ., Rites Today Bradford County In the approaching
All four of these men, who are serving in a wide Victory Loan Drive waa pre-t 'a

LuesUon of an additional w variety of fields, are well-known here, three of them For T. N. LimbaughT. sented to the Rotary Club Wed- : Y

item mill in Special fax ,av Col. Owen W. Griffin, Lt. Col. Ben Sternberg, and Lt. N. Limbaugh of Lakeland, nesday by Karl Lehman field representative \ '

I helping( )con-- !I Col. T T. Long, having been born and reared in Starke, I former resident of Starke, died of the State War Finance ;:+a s

.nelcof to I and the fourth, Lt. Cot T. K McClane, Jr., having been ,.r at his home there early Wednesday Committee 6?

in adequate auditorium t Bradford County farm agent for a period of four years morning, Services were held Mr Lehman pointed out the t

e niadford County High theIn s $ before entering active service with the Army. I. there at 3 p. m. Thursday and a fact that Bradford County's quota s P

[will be decided to be by held 1 t A short review of the military record of each of the I short service will be held at 11 In the drive which begins Monday, v
I an election a. m. today (Friday) at Crosby Oct. 29 and continues through
I four Starke colonels will be found under the photo-
L y y. Nov 6. graphs. Lake Cemetery, where the body Dec. 8 Is only $178,000, consider
hat date trustees wilt be will be brought for burial. ably less than that assigned In

each ot the county'a I -----.- -- ..-....-- .. previous War Loan campaigns.
I in .. '. Mr. Limbaugh was a brother- v)
districts' ... ., However l
pedal tax school in-law of Mrs. H U Brownlee and the Job will probably be

ages will be fixed for the eIPFF'. .M1 lived her until about 20 years harder this time, he stated, be- I 1+i
\ cause of the tendency of people to
two years. : ago when he retired from business is
the passing Monday, Oct. I 9 ;'; I and lived with his sons until he say, "Well, the war's over. What's

[the deadline for filing pe- and Mrs. Limbaugh moved to the use of buying more bonds T" I t' {

liith the School Board set- their home In Lakeland about six Mr Lehman explained that this I yif

rUt the names of trustee ,'" weeks ago.SUI'vlvlng. Is a mistaken Idea, as the need (

jita, It was found that five ".. .. ..,. are two sons, Homer for funds is still tremendous In !'
IJ failed to present names, B. and Thomas N, Limbaugh, Jr order to bring the men back : .,

four districts presenting ) Dr. George F. Scott of Lake- home, hospitalize the wounded, j t0
candidates Lt. Col. SternbergNow and lost but not least. It Is Important t '
following land and the Rev.
the Yte L. D. Haines
Col. Griffin I to Invest In bondsin
ted: f enjoying a brief furlough will be In charge of the service. money

ke No.3: K. O. Duncan, Aa a member of the 6th Army a1.t. In the States after three action- order to help prevent Inflation a '

Icsnova, S. A. Weldon. General Staff, Col.! Owen W Grif- I If f : packed years with the famous The Important part that the
First Division, Lt. Col. Ben Stern- Tornadoes Lose school can play in putting the
Ity, No.6: H. C Harley fin has been In Japan since V-J
: Victory War Loan Drive the
|Kelly, 0. J, Phillips. Day In connection with the liberation berg Is the only "regular army"man
top was emphasized by Mr. Leh-
Starke's four ranking
roM No 1SV: : C. ClemG .of American prisoners of war officers among, To Bolles 330The man. Principals of all schools In

Norman, Russell ,Car- from Japanese prison camps. He the nation have been furnished
was in Col. Sternberg graduated from
recently Nagasaki and
supplies that can be used !In orderto
Iker' No 18: H. B. Crosby, wrote home vivid descriptions of I West Point In the class of 1938 Tornado oquad'a! venture Interest school children in the
and went with the First
the devastation caused! by the a- overseas away from I the home field last drive, It said.
(Green. J. K Douglas. was
Division In 1942.
tomlc bomb. Infantry August I
Friday turned out .
disastrously as
[candidates were filed In the 3t. Making a name for Itself" In the' Mr. Lehman was introduced! by
Col. Griffin was born and rearedIn \ Holies School rolled 1 up a decisive '
J'os. Wilson War Finance 1-
tig: districts: Hampton No. I hard-fought. \ :\ campaigns of Oran 33-0 R county
Starke and was graduated victory over BUS on Dad'sField
I Col. chairman, and the
and Tunisia In North Africa, the following
Indcrbilt, No. 10; Graham, from 'BH.S. In the class of ]927, at San Jose Souht Jacksonville regular luncheon hour Mr. Leh-
New River, No. 12: Rls- First Division followed through -
For about eight prior to Probably the m
years man met with 'Junlus M. Smith,
in the
back- Sicily Normandy O-Duy
io. 16 No names will apln the outbreak of war he made his leather officer of The Starke .eleven won the toss War Loan Drive
Lt. landing, France, Belgium, the Ardennes county Victory
the ballot as candidates home In St. Augustine where he Col. T K McC I a years but failed to make a first down. chairman, Mrs. T. II. Osborne,
active Central Germany and the
these districts, and voters was secretary to Adjutant Gen- manded the 318th A long kick by Holtzendorf was supervisor of Bra rtford! County
II when Rhlneland. Ijti addition to( his
feet their trustees by the eral Vivian Collins at the State Battalion of the ( ) fumbled by Bulle's scoring star, schools, and other community leaders -
In No- campaign stars, Col. Stern- f
Is of writing In names. Arsenal.A Division since it !! eight Jack Frledlund. Mlles immediately Tentative for Bradford
Lieutenant betg has been awarded the Distinguished plans
{placing: the matter of an California POE in covered tho ball for the
member. of National Guard In the
to Fort Service Cross, the Sil- County's participation
tonal 4-mill levy in Districtre units for many years, both In The son of a months' ver Star and the Bronze Star with Tornadoes on Bolles' 20 yard drive were formulated.
the voters, the trustees line but a pass by Harley was Intercepted I
Starke and St. Augustine he en- Army officer, school, Cluster. Another guest at the Rotary
d out the fact that BHS ) Frledlund who I
by ran
tered active when the the unique
upon duty luncheon the Rev. Harold R.
Infantry Just before returning to the _91. 49
01 I have an auditorium that 60 yards for the cadet' first
to his
Guard mobilized late In 1940 ing birthplace
was Barnes, superintendent of the
Id I more than a fraction of Captain. States. Col. Sternberg participatedIn score A pass over right end was
first assigned to G-l, Keithley on
an4 was
Methodist Children's Home at En-
: the the Army's new educational
udent body If the addl- completed for the extra point
124th 31st when the 81st
Headquarters ; Benning as as a student of French terprise, who spoke briefly concerning -
4-mlJl levy Is approved, the division to program During the s e o o n d quarter igl
the ippines
Division. After was
prepare In the work of this institution -
leln in the language and civilization at the
District 3 will be raised Bolles scored three of Its five
moved to1 Camp Bowie, Texas, he sion of Kyushu an .
[presents .mW8a. .,, w..-,transferred to+'Headquarters.3rd was never made .as He its Sorbonne, University of Paris. touchdowns. Wortbley m a k ing e
10. Upon lila return! to the European .
I two and /"rledluuti for "
Army in"dan AntonfoVTexas. sudden end of tfye In Starke Theatre he will be assigned to another one.Neither - accounting Navy On Lookout; I v
and later assigned to Headquarters For four years. '
Guard of the 15th
Headquarters Army.
'on To Soonsor of the newly organized 6th side scored in th* third For GoodMen,
in to active duty in Col.! Sternberg, his wife and quarter as the Tornadoes held h ,
Army when he went overseas ?
iliary, Plans April. McClane served as was grad- son, B. J., are now visiting his back the strong Bolles offensive. Dictated by a policy of rigid ,
Bradford County. attend- patents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Stern- Late in the final stanza, however, r
ecue Nov. 13 Col. Griffin enjoyed a furloughlast economy, the Navy. Recruiting
uated from the Academy. 11Sturke and Daytona
berg Starke drove to the Bolles 14
mother. Mis. O. discontinued -
April with his service has temporarily :
I meeting of the Jones-Lang- J. Griffin in St. Augustine, and sis Florida In 1936 and duty with with Beach. but lacked a scoring punch and Its former regular trips, to

ililte American Legion Post ter, Mrs. Ethel M. Biggi in Starke. mission In the at Raiford Frledlund kldlted out of danger this locality, according to Lt ;1

y night, It was decided to During this time he was marriedto 18 months as an of supply Baptist AssociationHas The Tornadoes fumbled on their Comdr J. l E! Saunders, Officer-

ran American Legion Aux- the former Miss Helen Cook Military Tactics at 23 and the cadets recovered, con- In-Charge of Navy Recruiting 1,
Annual Meet
tillery School, Fort necting with for the final I
I Unit to be organized at a of St. Augustine. pass and Induction In Florida. '
fore being assigned Col.! Long touchdown of the ;
Ue and get-together to be At Brooker ChurchThe game. Enlistments however are still
esday evening, Nov. 13. Division which saw Japan with Macrlenny! TonightThe being sought, the commander stat 4

I barbecue will be nerved at New Ford Shown seas action in the 1st Corps. New River Baptist Associ- Tornadoes meet a more or ed as the following programs ,

'clock, followed by the orion Palau Islands. be able to ation held Its annual meeting less unknown quantity tonight I were declared open: H

meeting. All veterans The 81st Is now around the Thursday, Oct. 18 at that Brooker when Macclenny comes to Brad Regular Navy: men from 17- i

Prid Wars I and n are urged By Andrews duty In Northern Invited.'c Baptist Church. Delegates from ford Park. It is Baker County'sfirst i 33 for a cruise of 4 years..

1 present, whether members from three to four Tom and all 19 churches In the Associa- season on the gridiron, but I Radar Training! for highly selected -

Legion or not, and to bring remain on the during tion were present. the quality of their eleven Is expected applicants for a 4-year I t

I wives, mothers daughters Friday la V-8 day In Starke and However Col.! The morning devotional was delivered to match the crack bas- hitch

i liners, all o', whom are the rest of the nation. ho hack _at_ n home__._ by Rev. C. A. Crosby of ketball teams they have usually Full Information Is available at
e for An automotive public that has and discharged fro produced. I
membership In the Brooker. S. E. Sparks! of Starke the Navy Recruiting Station in
lity. not seen a new car since the war not later than next took charge of the_ meeting and After tonight, three more home Jacksonville, Room .444" Post Office 1

;:' officers of the! Auxiliary will get the first opportunity to His wife and two presided throughout the day. During games remain on the Tornado building, and all 17-year-old
fcca invited view the 1946 Fords today. J. W. schedule. They are: Nov. 2,
av' will assist ing their home the business session, he was applicants should bring u parent ,
organization. The comarra.ngen.Mta Andrews, local Ford dealer, has T. K. McClane Sr., reelected moderator and his workof Green Cove Springs (Homecoming and birth certificate where pos '
on which he will proudly placeon Is getting ) Nov. 9, Fernandina Nov. }
Is corn- one at the present time. the past year received recognition ; ; sible. Men over 18 need hung
of A. J, Thom display at his Madison Ave. furniture 16, Florida Naval Academy.
1. D. Vln- and praise from the delegates only their Selective Service cards.
nd N D. Walnwright.( Jr.'mmittee show room.Officials. will be- j
of the Company had St. Mark'sFive next few Rev. Lewis Haines of
on refreshments New Priest
POled of Commander Robt. hoped that prices of the new cars new order Starke was elected Vicemoderator C. H. Driggers Buys

Adjutant Vai'; H. Car- could be announced at the time Into St. Mark's : ,lawn for the new term. Truby Pin- Father John O'Dowd arrived Furniture StoreSale

- r.d LonnIe Crawford. of the ,public showing, but at at baptismal market. holster, Association Clerk for the here recently to be pastor of St. J i

FT I learning" that General: the present time it doesn't appear Sunday. They : associated past 18 years was forced to resign Edward's. Catholic Church, suc- of the Geo. C. Johns Fur.. '.

,1.M-! w: nwrlght I had aa If a price will be received from Coleman Ray I J. W. because of ill health and ceeding Father Raymond Amlro, nature Co. to C. H. Driggers, Jr.
L he mIght' visit: Florida the OPA by that 'time. Consequently Kenneth from who Is now taking poet graduate of Lake Butler was announced
'Winter, MM: Commander ap- dealer deliveries to the Grlder. production Paul Norman of Water Oak wan work In Washington, D. C. yesterday by R. S: Johns, fatherof

", a comm !Hu to ce.nt.icl. public apparently will be delayed. Lloyd will employ elected to succeed him. A native of Ireland Father O' the late George C. Johns.

:.4 exte lj a warm ;invitation "Ford production la rolling Services at St. The reports of local, state and Dowd was In St. Petersburg for The firm will be operated under

m to visit tho pest now and If we can go ahead un- day will be 9:43 model southwlde work for the past year two and a half years before coming the trade name of the C. II. Drlg- II
School, : ;
hampered, we. should have hun- Church seen at the were read and received and the to Starke. gers Furniture Co.

Directors dreds of Fords In every sales Ing Prayer and '' ; Temple Lord was given the glory for the Mr. Driggers Is well-known In

area within a few weeks," says Young People's and will wonderful work accomplished. Recent BirthsNORA Starke, being the son of C. H.
e Fish director of 6:30: p. m. $23. I who has
Supper J. R. Davis, company Chaplain L. E. Evans, formerlyof Driggers operated a gen
"We wUI has orders eral merchandise business In Lake
ua M. sales and advertising. Live Oak and Alabama, ANN McCAFFKBTY
?ante Smith' secretary of continue to seek a price arrange- PresbyterianThe as many aa brought an Inspiring and challenging Mr, and Mrs. Norman McCaf- Butler for many year He has

!I21bens Rotary Club, was host ment 80 persons who want to the holi- message on the need of ferty announce the birth of a already taken over operation of it"t j

at of the Board of DI- buy Fords may do so as soon as following missions, and the opportunity of daughter, Nora Ann, on Tuesday the store.

hla a barbecued fish sup- possible," he stated. nounced for the the hour, from first hand v*. Oct. 9.STEPHEN, Roy V Turner will continue to t

ik. bat summer home on Santa terian Church for servatlons of his two years In the be associated In the store, It was t
Friday night. 28: CRAIG EDWARDS announced.
< Mrs. Hightower South Pacific.
JIVIng supper, a brief buslJ Sunday School 9: now in Mr and Mrs. Merrill Edwards
J* n and died Sat- The next annual meeting will announce the birth of a son,
general round- Mrs. Mattie Lee Hightower Morning Worship except War Fund Drive !
wton be held with the Pine Grove Baptist -
was held at the home of her daughter mon by the pa : In the First Gainesville Stephen Craig, on Wednesday
Church of
\ enjoying Mr. Smith'sllty Mrs. O. :J. Phillips, in Lawtey, West, on the topic, W. G. October 10, In the Alachua Coun- D. A. Monteith, chairman of the

Hoover\Vere C. H. Nasworthy Wednesday of last week. Services tion and not ty Hospital current War Fund Drive In Brad- '

Cuy, A. J. Thomas J. were held in the Hope Church conditions." preaching Mrs. StarlingFuneral fUNUltCORNELl,\' IMFFIH! ford County stated. that an Intensified -
and E. L. Matthews. Norris in charge. the different effort will be made In
with Rev. J. L. Music under ] services were held at Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey J Griffis
Key-McCabe of Jacksonville was Mrs. E. E. Lansing. messages. 11 Saturday In Kingsley announce the birth of a daughter the next few days to raise the I
a. m.
WTo Interment local of $' ,704. It Is {
the quota hop
Meet In charge of arrangements. Davis organist.Tabernacle. song Lake Cemetery for Mrs. Lizzie Sandra Cornelia In the Alachua
family lot in ed to conclude the drive before ,
the songs
wow was Starling of Lawtey ,wlio died at County Hospital Monday, October "
will the first of November "
hold Theressa.
Its regular Hope Cemetery near 8. Mra. Griffis Is remem- I
lie In her home there Thursday. Key-
the 1''e'
J Woodman Hall Mrs. Hightower was the meeting< Is McCabe funeral home of Jacksonville bered as the former Miss Ollie e {

night Oct 28, at 7:30: p.tmembers of the late Jim and Molly the The Sunday : was In charge of arrangements Taylor, Get Discharges t j

, are urged< to be Phillips of Theressa and spent tion at the following and the ReJ.. O. Hauler- R
greater part of her life in Brad- !:''Rev. Mr. Minder come all. conducted the service. JAMES: :MOtOIlK: : DOWLING The following men have been '
Icy Conway, Financial Sec. ford County. She was a memberof 'deliver' a fine any other son Mr. and Mrs. ,W. K. "Billy" discharged from the service in
the Christian Church. lain Bell of the trying to Mrs. Starling was 78 years of Dowling announce the birth of the past few days: Woodrow j

11 Realtor Firm She Is survived by two daugh at Camp Blandlng raise the age and had been a lifelong resi- their second son In Riverside Hospital Newman, George E. Seeley, Olin

teas Mrs. O. J. Phillips Lawtey evening sermon. the peo dent of Bradford County Jacksonville, on Friday, Oct. V. Hicks Theodore J. Goodge. )

+tp 0.8LslbIey. well-known and Mrs. L. H. Hinote Miami: Sunday and him She Is survived by one daughter, 19. The baby has been named James A. Peterson, A. K.: Wall ;

tat Theresa&. has become one sister Mrs. Alice Jones, The Next also of the things es- Mrs. Nancy Starling, one grand- James Moore. Mrs. Dowling will S. L. Alvarez, Cart Broughton.

teel with W. T. Clute. Uelll- ressa; one brother D. ?- Phillips Moore will conduct, the non-essen" daughter, Mrs. Lois Starling and be remembered as Miss Marjorie Wm. H. Jones Luther S. Gallo- ,'
the real 12 grandchildren < estate business In Theressa; public is cordially ,
and one great grandchild.
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18B'W9': ._.__. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH _OtTOaga: .,.. ..
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. . . . . . ., . . . . . I ter Moody and new baby daughter day afternoon. ch arge. Services
In Lake City Hospital Sunday Mrs. A. P. Johns and children, m. and 7:30 begin It 11
Clay HillBy WoodlawnBy afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Jonnie Andrews and children Curtis Dukes
11 ? r and Mrs. H. L. Johns were visit drews and Cheater
and Mrs. Lamar Butler. and made a
F.tabWthed 1877 Lure Burps Elma Crews ing Mrs. Mary Whitehead In Ral- Jacksonville bUSiness, lnp
daughter of Jacksonville\ were Monday, I
P; K. L. Matthew -_....--- Editor and Owner . . . . . . . . . . . . .visiting Mrs. C. C. Butler and ford Sunday. Mr. and Mrs T

,i Y 4 \VHEKKI.V TilE WILDCAT IS Rev. J. C Raulerson filled his daughter Blanche last weekend.C. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Yarbrough of family Of Winter !t f WttUw,
t. > .bllabed' Weekly on Friday and Entered w Second ClaM Matter KILLED AND I FIND CHIVALRY regular appointment at Wood- E. Andrews and son( Seeber Raiford spent Sunday with Mr. Monday with Mr Haven 8p-.
''f, at tie Post Office at Starke FlorIda. ,NOT DKAD: IN THE lawn Baptist Church Sunday and Doyle were via I tin g the stock and Mrs. M. H. Moody. Willis. and Br
t, SOUTH with Mrs. Raulerson was a dinner market In Gainesville Friday. Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazenby and 4''

Friday, one of my ninth grade guest of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Mann and children of Wesconnett spent the CARD OP TIt\.\
small daughter of Ocala were week-end at their home. We wish to KS J
boys came running to school. Hebegan thank all
..: It Seems That. calling to me from the Rev. and Mrs. J. C, Raulerson, visiting Mr..and Mrs. H L. Johns Everyone remember church services for their many kindnesses Our tl1en//
',' Mrs Bertha Stuckey. Miss Aud- Sunday, at the Long Bridge Christian the recent death
edge of the school yard, aa he oUr matStarling.
.. iI 'n31 9 Bradford County is behind, way behind in the came through the Kate "The wild rey Crews and Perry Davis were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McRae of Church this Sunday mornIng and grandmother Mra :
in Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. Starke M and Mrs. and evening with the pastor LIz
were visiting
current War Fund Drive. In fact it is so far behind cat Is dead- it's killed! A man ( l
f Junior Page has been sick all R. R. Andrews and family Sun- Rev. Fred Dodd of Mldlakes in
from Starke It The
killed and said to .
l hasn't started. The allotted time for the ru"
)' r, that it even the past week. '-
tell my teacher that she need no
J, drive Is almost over and as far as we can ascertain longer fear It." I was 80 happy Mrs. Senle Prevatt of Lawtey

; the first dollar has not been contributed toward thecounty's that I felt as If I were sitting on attended Mr.Church and Sunday Bennett The Future of
night. Troy Pulpwood
j!t r $4,704 quota. morning top of the for and That you was should the were also present. in

.4. f 1iP To further complicate matters, we are on the eve have heard the children sing. No, Mrs. John Fuqua and L. P. Ra-
fuse both still the sick
are on
:':.t P s of' the final Victory Loan Drive, probably the last big chivalry Is not dead. list. Mr. Rafuse. Is feeling some ..

:' bond selling effort of the war period,. and in which the Broolcele Moseley has been better.

r a; county's quota is 178000. So here are two big jobs grinding cane. The children Mar- Remember services each Sunday FLORIDA
cus, Bell and Donnie stayed home morning and evening and midweek
that must be done both within the next few weeks.
one day to help with the work. service on Wednesday night.
There is i a tendency here, as elsewhere in the nation T A. Bilnson Is still in the Everyone is urged to attend.

to "let "down" now that the war is over, and this hospital and la not much Im
. . . . . .
J laxness is probably the reason why the public is less proved. We are sorry to report e

conscious of these two ,great drives now than has been this. New RiverBy

.: :l the case in previous efforts of this kind. But this Betty Carter says they think
eagerness to relax must not make us blind to the fact her brother. Ancil, may be on The School

4'i ? 1 that there ia still work to be done. his way home. Some letters addressed . . . .. S. .
s to Ancll have been forwarded -
61 f Anyone who thinks the war has ended the need Myfi
Vly to MaxvlIIe YY '
they Church services were held Sun- I "'r
'r' for USO operating funds should visit the local unit on have received. day morning and evening at the I

t: a Wednesday or Saturday night.' It is just as important Our mailing address is Maxvllle, New River Baptist Church con-
: '. in time of peace as in war t to fill the leisure hoursof ducted the Rev
; Route 1. Sidney Harris la our by pastor, : Truby
One result of the has been to
our servicemen. with wholesome entertainment. rural earlier. He comes on Mon- Parrish of Santa Fe. war xv
I, : i, Although the War Fund Drive is late getting day, Wednesday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moreland make the people of this state more

i,,, y ? under way here, we hope that Starke and Bradford Those are festive days for me. and daughter Joan, Mrs.. Belle conscious than ever before of the f.
One of the eleventh grade pupils Poole and Mrs. Delia Thomas of
V' k'1 County will once more be found in the ,list of communities I who goes to Baldwin made me a Jacksonville were visiting their .great asset we have in our pulpwood ,

'f sf. that meet their obligations when the final nice mall box painted it red and respective relatives here Sunday.Rev. '1 fiP4 3.

count is made in white letters put, Clay Hill Truby Parrish and sons resources. _ t
,. ,. School. Blanton and Clifford of Santa Fe Now that complete victory has

I 1 I 1 l O On Tuesday, November 6, trustee elections will beheld The three Strickland daughters, were and Mrs.dinner Lawrence guests Sunday Wiggins of Mr.of been won, the new usefulness of

tilt 'r r ,. in the nine i special tax school districts of the Faye Minnie to Jack Lee sonvllle and Liza Friday.returned Clayno.Mr. 'pulpwood will result in increased

: y' : : county. Usually these elections attract few voters, not all in and Mrs. Delbert Green and
They are married to of -
,r Ib because they are unimportant} but because it is difficult service. They had been taking small)) daughter Carolyn of Lake peacetime consumption paper, and selective cutting even a small

..#; 1.M11 a ti V" to arouse public interest in elections that do not care of their mother who passed Butler were visiting Mr. and Mrs. rayon,plastics and many other prod'farm woodland can yield a valuable

i i involve "hot issues". Indeed, this time interest is so away last week :J. S. Snowden and Mrs, Ethel ucts of pulpwood..Part of our vast of
$ ; 6g light that in five of the nine districts no names will Lee Moore is cutting the wood Johnson Sunday. crop pulpwood periodically. It
r 1. : : appear on the ballot as candidates, and school trusteeswill for the cooking stove In the cafeteria Mrs Buddie Patterson of Lake forest heritage, pulpwood basic is a crop which needs only a little

be elected by a handful of voters writing names lie has brought Ju&t one M.City L.was Johns visiting and family Mr. and Thursday Mrs. American industry-will continue to care and can be harvested at any
,,,,. in on the ticket. rack so far.
? 't afternoon.Bill 'serve the nation in peace, as it did convenienttime. It is another cash
A Perhaps someday' the United Slates will follow Mrs, James Davis who has Williams of Lake Butler
the example of Australia and adopt ,compulsory voting been visiting her mother, Mrs. T. was visiting Mr. and Mrs. S L. in war. crop. Consult your nearest district
jd I" : I laws. Undoubtedly when this time comes-if it ever A. Brlnspn went to South Carolina Crews and family Sunday. forester.
l { y ; does-we will experience a marked improvement in the this week. Her husband l had Sgt. Junior Johns of Ft. Bragg, Make the Most of this Asset

: a +' : calibre of men.elected to public office. Such has been the flu They both ,returned Saturday N. C, Is spending a 45 day fur- O. Otutll
to remain while Mr. Brin- Intelligent cutting pulpwood +Y.
I pays e>
the experience of Australia. It is human lough with his. wife and other rel
nature to
,, son Is in the hospital. Mrs. DavisIs
r *' take the easiest! way, out, and! many times! it is easier better known as Jo. I atives..00.u._.. H. _. .. __. big dividends.By adequate planting State Foretltr'
ana Airs. Aioerc iui>ouy ana
,-s or more, convenient not to visit, the polls in an to uo so. Whether realize
the factor small
you son were visiting Mr. and
+ + ( However if the lethargic voter knew that*he
would be
we teachers almost hold Mrs Jim Adk'ns of Hampton
,' ' compelled to exercise his duty in this respect he would the destiny of our nation in our Sunday. PROPER THINNING MAKES TREES

; ? 'y go> about it in a business-like manner, investigating handy As for me, I shall teach M. L. Johns was visiting his
;tit issues, and determining to help elect the best man for democracy and the\< meaning of son, M. L. Jr., In the Hope Haven PREVENT FOREST FIRES
t t :g:. the. job. democracy as long 84 I am able. Hospital in Jacksonville Sunday. 1N'NNNO' I''

..i: t In tne November 6 election the Starke school dis- There Is such a shortage: of teachers Mrs. 1F.. Wiggins 'and Mrs.J r Fire kill trees for present and
and I have been thinking of M. Kerce were In'c alnesville
trict will decide the important issue of whether or not -S
"future needs. loses
our veterans who / Everybody
are now Thursday afternoon.
; re-
i, an additional four mills will be levied for the
Sri ' (. purpose turning. Who better could teach Friends and relatives of Odus / and! when wood
""l nobody profits
,, of helping to construct an adequate auditorium for the children-to be good American Brown son of Mrs. Truby Hodges,
t high school, here. No matter which way you vote, you citizens--than these heroes, who will be interested to know that fires burn uncontrolled. Be sure
should at least visit the polls on November 6 and register fought for our great democracy? he has his discharge from the '\' fires dead outl
: d an opinion. However, if this election runs true to They love their country and ap- Marines. He has been In service \ are

form, a handful of qualified electors will turn out and preciate It after having ;lved on almost six years and spent 28 TMINNINO **
y ; vote as their conscience dictates as to whether or not foreign soil several years A certain : months overseas.

.,a ir'' ,1 they are willing to help pay for a much-needed new amount of college work Is I Mr. and Mrs. Jonnle Andrews
school auditorium. Others will let the election pass un- necessary to train a teacher but and children of Lake Butler were VA[ t'iiI
; noticed and then, if the millage is raised, howl their Is the foundation of a good teacher visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Johns VICTORY PULPWOOD COMMITTEEL.
heads off next pay day because their taxes are higher. a who has glowing Sunday.
1 r faith In what they are trying to Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Dukes at- D, Vining, Hal Edwards, Lester Kite
do has sound sense, a firm balanced tended church at Brooker Sun-
; i 0 Two or three weeks ago the daily press'carried a personality, Intelllgene and day.Mr. Hogan Smith, Tyler Jones, J..K. DouglasL.

11 ,, brief item describing the death of an Army lieutenantwho enthusiasm, so that they really and Mrs. Joe Moody and T. DYER '
Chairman *
was fatally injured when the motorcycle he was have something vital to Impart. I children were visiting Mrs. Ches- *

d, i ; riding struck a hog on a state highway near Lake City. love teaching; that la why I teach. ,

t ,r + It occurs to us that accidents such as these-- am Teachers! proud are to be born I believe I .

L4 ,N aside from the tragedy involved-are particularly bad a teacher.
advertising for the state of Florida, which prides itself Jack Wilkinson and J. I* Now
( Strickland made, business
a trip you're talking Have Coke
1} ; a on being a mecca for tourists-the happy winter playground to Green Cove Springs Thursday.Mrs. . a

t for pleasure-seeking visitors. We lure them Wunbeiley has moved her
j rvq : with colorful advertising, go out of our way to make dwelling from Highland to a location -

j' h their stay in the state a pleasant, memorable experience, near Lawtey. She used to

: ;; provide super highways to expedite their travel, and own the general store at Highland .
1i I t; then undo it all by allowing the roads to be infested She has been in ,poor
with all manner of four-legged animals, endangering health for some time.

1;,. the life and limb of the tourist and making his trip O. A. Hendry went to Jacksonville -

q through the state almost as hazardous as a safari to the doctor Sunday morn- .
through the African veld. ing. He is improving slowly.. .

th z t If we were absolutely truthful in our state advertising JimmIe and Leon Wilkinson Carter, Billy Wilkinson /qit-rte ADMIvb ISLANOS ttv :T II fl flt
1 are membersof
p we would vary those pictures of pin-up girls on the Baldwin
High School
4H ? the beaches with an occasional bovine beauty contentedly ball team. They went up Into

chewing her cud in the middle of our highways. Georgia Friday to play another ,t 4 1 a rN
Doubtless we would have fewer tourists, but at least High School.

those who did come would do so at their own risk. Melvin McKInney of Starke kil-

; aLr. led the wildcat. He will alwaysbe

? .j A Following the announcement that Gainesville a hero to us at Clay Hill.

.a'' would fall heir to a four million dollar Veterans' hospital I like to cook. Especially like

s'' ; w the comment most frequently heard here was: to bake plea and cakes. Here ia

W f } "Wouldn't it have been nice if Starke could have gotten a white layer cake that never

1 K that?" or "Why couldn't Starke have gotten that?" falls 1-2 cup crisco or spry; 1 cup
t' The first question is'ery easily answered. Yes; it cake flour sugar,2 2 cups Swansdown
; teaspoon baking
: would have been nice; nice.
very powder 1-2 teaspoon salt, 2-3 cup .x = 1 ; III IIIt
p The second question requires more analyzing. The milk 3 egg whites and 1 teaspoon '

+r;, principal reason Starke cannot get projects of this vanilla extract.

t' kind-. is _that.. no concerted. effort- .is made to obtain Use a measuring cup. Measure
d tnem. uy its own admission, Gainesville worked on level. Beat sugar and crlaco>> until t
this thing for three years and spent thousands of dollars creamy. Sift flour, salt and bak-

in its promotion. In the long run this investment ing powder two times. Add alternately /iA
,' of time and money paid off handsomely and ,will con- to the sugar and crisco w ,//, .

tinue to pay off for many years to come. mixture with milk. Beat egg
whiten and fold in and add
> In Starke, however, we have no full time secretary la. Bake In vanil-
two layers in a mod- . tuning refreshment on the Isles
of the Chamber of Commerce; no one who has the time erate oven. Let layers cool and i

to get behind the leads we obtain and follow them Ice with chocolate Icing. For this,
I E through until they produce results. It is just another use 1 cup granulated sugar 1 cup Battle-seasoned Seabees in ,the Admiraltys find one of the. world's

E case of everybody's business being nobody's business. brown sugar, 1-4 cup cocoa, some j
4t Everyone thinks it would be nice if someone else would milk and butter the size of a wal- longest refreshment counters there at the P. X. All along the line '
4 make the necessary sacrifices of time and money to nut. Boll until it forma a soft you
t'' bring new industries and developments to the ball in water. ,Beat until right hear the familiar
com greeting Have A Co\e-another of '
:i f"' '' i' munity. to spread way saying That'sfor

;' + In nine cases out of ten these things don't just. I am reminded this evening of me-the high-sign of friendly relaxation and refreshment. _
the I love
poem by LongfeUow;
; 1 happen. When you hear of a great new industry com Let then'be
us up and doing.
ing into a community it nearly always means that Coke Coca.cola"CocaCol
I.With a heart for any fate Still .
' aomeone has put in months-even years-of untiring achieving still pursuing Learn OTTIIO UNOII AUTHOIITY Of THI COCA-COLA COMPANY I' aDd
4i'';, effort to bring it about. Until Starke has such concerted to labor and to wait. InurU Coll.-rs th1 cIia&IIIIIIiab niltend{ eM P

effort it is not likely that we will obtain any- God bless you all STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. lucl cI which The CGCaCoia Comp"
_ thing new-or even retain what we now have. -Lura.
s -o ''us no. C-C C:..

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zee 1845
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ed to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville Thursday. of the S.AL. Ry. main truck (beIn I
[ i S. School JournalEditorial J. Q. Caldwell. By the way she Mrs O. W. Brown Is spending the Wont rail of AVnt track ,**
is 5' 7" tall now. of Raid railway) thence run South
.ome time with her daughter, IT degrees 43. minutes Went, along Prompt Service Careful Drivers
She has attended BHS every Mrs. Louie Belle !Moore In Plant the said Wet rail of Bald 8.A.L.

===== hazel she has made year except the first which was City.Mrs. section Hy. main line track of said 7745 Her.feet Zfl, to thencerun the
eyes her
in Union County. She plans to Leon Dryden of Jackson- South 119 ri>0trei 51 minute STARKE TAXI SERVICEand
Starke I attend FSCW In Wat 3.0 feet to the .aid! point ofb..lnnlnll'
Of course some Tallahassee. Lila ville spent the weekend with her and alno. rnmmvnrlnffat
have .
changes .
, which the student >.Rae holds the office of treasurer mother, Mrs the NH eo.. of NWVi of N\VV '
Perry Davis.
fie /PST( n team will give been made since that momentousday I of the Senior Class. of "Hoc.' OX, Twp 6 8., It. 23 K,

? metlc determina- In 1927. Now we see a brunette She is Linda Crews spent the week- thence run E....t Smith e<3.8 feet one, thence degree run 4minute.
apatet ..bounding. a with
contest. The 5' 5" In height weighing 115 I She many likes. end with her uncle and aunt. Mr. Mouth 89 degrees SS mlnutm W*..t MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone
to wn\ the poundtt. She Is a quiet enjoys dancing, all outdoor and Mrs. J. B. Bradley. 79\1.02!>\ f"..t. thence run North one
n students and ala sports tall blonde men (brunettes degree 4 minutes. Wed (16.1.6 feet,
tit between of fellow- whose Intellectual status la rather Mr. and :Mrs, n. L. Bradley thence run North US degrees 53inlnuteN
chain will do), USO
B firm unusual for a student of BHS. dances lemon pie, were visiting In Jacksonville Sun- Kant 7711.1111 feet to thepoint 150 ,
1 -oopcratlon that can- and (last but not least) Luella of beginning except the right
IP the other hand, She listens much more than she Davis. day.J.. of ways or K.A 1. n)'. and right of Day O NightWELCOME
talks. way of State Road No. 13, all In
t U. Bradley John and ...... --- --4
"I oAe'lowshlp' and She wouldn't be I Gasque Drailfordniinty.. .. t' ether
link can easily Likes and dislikes find their a girl unless Pete Wainwright were In Jacksonville with the tenement, and apnurten
with a weak Into she had some dislikes. Among I anuei thereto beluniclnir. '' "_"! ' ,"'. ii a4Areia' l MRr
on A weak link in the way the life of most people. them are sarcastic conceited on business Monday. ('. A. Knight .p1.yaNe.aeemnul'!: "i. f
broken. cause a Bernice Is not without these. Of or Mrs. Myrtle VanZant J. U Howe,
can was shop
cooperation people, telephones that Jr..
of are always W. n. aiundv.
iII In tool task that the whole her great variety of likes redhall' ringing, and having to wait in ping In Jacksonville Monday. 10-19 It 11-S CouimlKluner. |
eat I cooperation Is deslgnat- (not just girls either) and line. Mrs. Leon Dryden has returnedto
it reading are the major ones. Jacksonville after iv riRriiT rot It T. IIHAI>FOHI>
IO do. Shrimp and people who constantly Her hobby Is drawing and has speeding f'Ol''liT' Pl.ORlntl CH*>'- !
and fellowship a- some with friends and rela-
Cooperation complain of their minor ail the ambition to draw like Varga. f''' ItY.

a school group 1 III the great- ments are her only dislikes. Lila Rae, the class! joins me tives In to Lawtey back and Starke. She Constenee PcT.iica. Plaintiff, VK.JoHeph .,...... I I IIt ,aV
q plans work In Jack-
: go to
in DeLuon
determination toet wishing you the best of luck Defendant. Cae
and She has
will no special ambition. and great success. sonville soon No. 4109.
t any table put' before them. For her to be a success in life Miss Vera Mae Mosley is employed onnKii OF PUnT.ICATI0N
one Is not necessary. at Southern AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Telephone y
Bernice we know that what- Senior Class NewsThe 8TATK OF FLORIDA to! Joseph try
Company school hour .
nior Biogs ever you choose will not be ? P..1.""", HM a..., whose. residenceis
a Senior Class had of Us Mrs. C. R. Crews was visiting I U. H' Navy 131, ri Fleet l'ot
LRMCK GRACE COOPER failure.I May success and happi- one Mrs. Willie Orlffls Monday after- Office New York New York.
event happened In the ness be yours now and In the regular class meetings last week. noon.F. You are required, to appear on
great O. to We decided that November 2, November 19, 19411, In the above
Mr, and Mrs. S. years come. R. Carradlne fish named,
of was on a Court and Cause, wherein
EL of Starke on :March 13, --- would be the homecoming; game. ing trip Saturday. eeek divorce. Hradforil
,per The senior TeW'Vraph shall publlKh thl
bundle of Joy LILA RAE CALDWELL I sponsors are:
little .
tr.7 The Order In next four Vreekly Issues.
Jean .
presented to these Long ago on February 24, 1929 Betty Hiatt e e e e e. e S e e e WltneH my hand and official I .
Ich was Myrtle Thomas neal at Stark, Florida) thin October
turned out to be and not far away In the State ;tI
parents 17th 194G.OFFIL'IAL
ppy Cooper. Since'she : Farm a little blonde haired girl Bettle Hayes HamptonBy ( SEAL A. J. Thomim.,
nIce, Grace Hazel Wo mailer what branch of the service
: her with deliver- Fields. A. Clerk <>f ahl 'ourt.
the world with grey-green eyes .
II viewed The class flower and Zach If lhougtas] (.lalneavllle. Fin
corsage J\l1'II. BI. C.
Swrrney AU)'. fir 1'If. 10-19 4t 11.9
has also been ch.ollen-It is the e e e e e e e e e e e e e

Chrysanthemum.There /you're in Vo mailer whether you're'a'
Can Use More Pulpwood will be'a dance followingthe HALLOWE'EN CARNIVAL j y

game sponsored by the senior A Hallowe'en Carnival, spon- t
class. sored by the Hampton PTA will :

J /t WRITE TIMBER DEPT We are expecting a large crowd be held at the school on Friday gelling a discharge or just starting" ; w

for the home coming Oct. 26th at 7 p. m. "
Container Corp'n. of America, Fernandina, Fla. game.LAWTEY 1
There will be various! amuse- "1\\*
e. e e e e e e e e e e ,
ments for old. Be-
young and in You'll always find a ,warm icel
side the traditional apple-bobbing

and fortune-telling there will be

REFINEMENTin By Mrs. Mamie Crews an lower appropriate grades and program the ever by popu. the come and the most for your money at

t.9 in every necessary detail in a Service e e e e e e e e e e e e e lar cakewalk. u 1

available locally and widely known Mrs Bertha Stuckey and daughter There will be hambu'rgers.8andwlches ,

for its modest cost its wholesome Audrey Crews, were In pie and coffee on sale EXPERT: I\ S. Store '
Gainesville Thursday. In the cafeteria. Don't miss the
and always tactful sympathy.
courtesy Johnnie Bennett is home from hilarious fun of an "after war" WORKMANSHIP

.drDEWITT the Army with a dlschaige.Mt. Hallowe'en jamboree. Meet your
,. friends at the school on Friday oi'n RI'1f'OItD" miowvfit j I It
and Mrs. Richard Bennett .. : TWO MILLION ,,
night, the 26th at 7 p. m. sharp. oi. is Iboft S IIAVMMAI
were in Daytona Saturday visiting **] HI'KCIIAVKI' lI'll ,.
their son and Mr. I'ETE ALL 'WORK ' .
AMBULANCE SERVICE and Mrs. Richard Bennett, Jr. IUNOItF..nHonoring MUST III!) A IIHASOIV.I

Roger Peele of Marian. Ala., her and GUARANTEEDYOU
son daughter,,
Funeral Director visited friends In Lawtey Friday Pete and Beverly on their 13th k dr i iI

STARKE PHONE 7 He was on his way to the State and 11th birthday anniversaries, It $

Farm to visit his mother after Mrs. Arliss Roberts entertainedwith CAX ENTRUST YOUR

Our local funeral home enables us to spending some time with his a lawn party at her homeon FINEST WATCH TO OUR I ,10STORES

offer conveniences and services not father Joe Peele, In Orlando. Saturday afternoon. CARE

otherwise available. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Gasque
Various games were played and '
of Lake Butler are spending the
after many gifts were opened and I.
We furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices and week-end with his mother, Mrs. displayed, sumptlous refreshmentsof I.K.

ecept: ANY life Insurance policy In force, Issued by ANY corny Carrie Gasque. Ice cream, orange frultade, TheSTAG <

as payment in part or In full on a funeral. Consultation 'Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bradley Mr. assorted cookies and two decorated
and Mrs. Willie Griffis and Miss
es no obligation. birthday' cakes were AT LANDING BUS
.. ... Madeline GrlffU ,In enjoyed STATION ii iiMlNale114WIUllllllll
by' the young folks
Carter Bldg., Starke'
J, W Horne la spending this ., .. '..I".""'""""..'"N111,11411AIWJ01,0'''' ''''' >''' ,, ,;:.;u ..I"I..II.IIII"": '. ," IIUI""III""IIIIIII"'I"" ' IIYINN1,4,4aWIWMralaa i i t
week visiting reI a lives in St. ---- -------
George and Reeveavllle, S.. C. ''I

Mrs. Laureo Hall of Dasher, OUR QUOjTAKlS I $11 7 8 oOO 1

Ga., spent the past week-end ; } ,

Llnnle Seely la spendingsome

son.Mrs.her time sister in, Mrs.Cocoa Susannah as the John-guestof Light a fire under r it :: t,,tits r i

: Frances Wadsworth wasa TA 1

dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.

Gordon Wadsworth, Jr., on Thurs I a
I day. Now'a the lime to send! that quota boiling IJ

e Pfc LeRoy J, Thoman arrived up over the top! . 1
Thursday from Ft. Bragg N. C.,

I to spend a furlough with his wife It's the way we can help to clinch victory... ".,;
and little son.
anil make it
Mrs. Hazel Starr has retained secure. ,;. ,
from Pplatfca where, she had a '
/ ,
Meeting is the personal ilillity
tonsilectomy performed last week. our quota reaponsi! ,''r ;

She Is getting: along nicely. of each of ua. Do your share . back up
Olin V. Hicks arrived Sundayto
visit his s.s t er-m-Iaw! Mrs. our Government for a prosperous! brighter .;J n

Doris Hicks and his many friends : future . buy more Honda . bigger Bonds I i
here. He has just received his 1
after in the Victory Loan! '
army discharge servingover
seas In the European The-

atre.Harold $ j
Hess has been' a recent ti
I visitor to Palatka. ,

'Grover'Mullins has returned
'from overseas service and in the i / f l t / :;:

guest of his mother Mrs. Lu '
Mullins and brother, Ira Mullins. J
The Rev. Fred Dodd and sons, I
Johnnie and Danny were' guests J

Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W H. .
Griffin ;

in'this vicinity Miss Betty Durling spent the .
Our Service Stations and dealers :
week-end with friends Jackson- ,

have the CROWN and CROWN ville. ,T'1
'' now. : new ,
IK' TUB .to..T C O It R T OK _


Charley K John, et ai, 1

They are the highest-octane motor fuels we have. -v.-Plaintiff .
. \ Emma John, et ai,
; Defendant .
ever offered.Be sorit-M OF n\LK :
TAKE NOTICE that In accordancewith .
the decree rendered In the ,
EXTRA above cause the underilarned oommtloner 1, I it4izPI3 _
sure to get CROWN or CROWN will sell at pUblic auction -
to the hh het bidder for each f
these during the legal hour. for ale on
available here, now only where you see Monday .November 6, 194S, at the
South front door of the County
Courthouse In Btarke Brad ford
pumps. County. Florida the following", decrlbed ?
premlne eltuate In Bradford -
County Florida, to-wlt! l lI I
From HK Cor. of the BW% of I
8W14 of $ec. 2*.'' Twp. 6 S. R. tt qiNI
E., thence run Mouth It decrees S3 _
\ minute. Went T....J feet, thence I .i
run North no BO minute
.Vfi.n itrrj } 'to Went 411.4 feet, thence run North : oI
_"-rl'?b.w tbtu mtwgMflimi \ iifi', .1 decree 51 minute Ea.t (OS.0
feet thence run North 14 decree*
tvtrywbtr im ,IJ.9'11 tt+tt *t M<*> Mtut 69 minute.l Kaat 329.0 feet thence I ;h
/ b run South (9, decree. 62 minute
tttrjtubtrt 5).gSTANDARD
Hat 194 69 feet to the Went rail '




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r to brighten the Luclle Davis All say they enJoyed on to -
les will continue get
I lit SOCIETY and CLUBS BishopWaagMr. WSCS Members Call Street scene . Hear thatT. the trip even If the score I, hav to serve commissl In or. Illpy
/i ; the
Begin New Study Weeks and Erna Phole. the was slightly one-sided . Hear cupation Irllly Mrs,
and Mrs. Jacob Andrew
girl he left behind and came backto Arch Thomas, Jr., George Flynn
Waag of st Petersburg Florida Women's So- In New Jr., and Earl Johnson are all -
Members of the became Mr. and Mrs getting Well . .
USO Committee Three GeneralsAre announce the marriage of their ciety of Christian Service met York last Friday They're due discharges from the Air the little black nUI'AII that -btd.

daughter, Lillian Bernice to Harold of last week, this week-end and Corps within the next few weeks . book for
Has Steak Supper Honor GuestsAt Thursday afternoon to arrive here So long Chit i 11,
; Arthur Bishop, Jr., son of Mr. . See
In the church school rooms and T will ;Join the staff of brother- Their piloting career Is nip- next. . you mt,,
't,\ t The Operating Committee of Reception HereOn and Mrs. IL A. Bishop' Sr., of under the direction of Mrs. I. P. in-law Junius Smith's laundry . ped in the bud but If they stayed :

t the USO Club enjoyed a steak Starke Florida on October 5th Shepherd, chairman of mission Glad to report that Jim Rltch has .. . . ..................... -e'.t,
.rut.emulIrPIIliIInIpInipmNn" N4 HIITHIIII Illllll IIHII awo| ,
Thursday night of last week 1945 at Valdosta, Georgia. ||nm')
:" { upper in the 'wing of the building study, held the first study from persuaded the Air Corps they
i' Monday evening, following a the USO Club was the scene of a I Mrs Bishop graduated from St. the new book entitled "These don't need him any more and is j.

,''J ?lktI business session that started at brilliant reception honoring Major Petersburg High School and Is Moving Times" by Jlermann N. back making tags at the State ANNOUNCEMENT
General Frank L.. Culln, Jr., Brlg-
, S p. m. now employed( in the WesternUnion Morse. Farm . N T
Idier General Henry P. Perrlne, office at Starke.
, ,. The meeting was presided over and Brlgldler General Robert S. Mrs. W. G. Haile conducted a 'WE 'WISH TO ANNOUNCE
'i. ; by Miss Madge Mlddleton vice- Israel commanding: officers of the Mr. Bishop attended Bradford short devotional service and was Add Unsung Services: Clerk of Tlltf
; 'Ii president and the featured speaker High School and Pinery Univer the Court. "Uncle" Arch Thomas THE GEO. C. JOHNS
Infantry Replac e m e n t Training followed by Mrs. L. D. Vining FURNITURE
,: was Lit. Theodore Martini of Center and the Station Comple- sity where he was a member of records (via photostatic copy) the Co

V' the Camp Blanding Separation ment at Camp Blanding. Phi Delta Theta social fraternity. giving an Introductory to the discharges of returning service HAS BEEN PURCHASED BY THE '
.r\ book for study Mrs. J .W. White' men free of charge . Quite a
,; Center Major George Sloan. Transformed Into a setting of i He has recentreturned! from the ,
of this I nice gesture I'd say . Hard
reviewed the first chapter
't+, i t' IRTa Special Service Officer also rare beauty by the lavish use of European .Theatre of Operations Luck Story: While LaMIra Gill C. H. DRIGGERS
I and thoughprovokingbook CO.
atended. yellow and white chrysanthemums and has been honorably discharged interesting was visiting the Monteith's last
l' and autumn wild flowers, the reviewedthe
; Mrs. T. JT. Long
from the service.Mr. week she got sick and spent most
of the club
The entire staff
enjoyed -
spacious lounge of the USO was second ter and Mrs.
chap ; And
Will Now
r ; this event with members of thronged with hundreds of and Mrs Hinhop will make third chap- of her time in the State Farm Be Operated By
per- W. J. ChurchweU the
. J. M. Al-
Hospital Her dad
the committee. sons who called during the eveningto tht i home in Stark where Mr. -
,' 1'lshop will 9e connected with the ter.At varez, is still there so she and he C. H. Driggers
4 meet the commanders, together Jr.
the close of the afternoon spent idle hours consoling each ,
r rS Ktmko Telephone Company.HaUowe'
with Mrs. Colin and Mrs. Israel
1 session Mrs. Shepherd assisted other Sudden Thought: Wonder ;
l+ and the generals' aides. The long by Mrs. Halle and Mrs. Vining
what the people of this area
Miss Lorene Moncrief and Dennis receiving line was headed by Mrs PartyAt
en served light refreshments. Expect To Carry A
will do If the present plan to Complete Line
f J. Showalter Jr., were married Thomas F. Grady chairman of ofF
Woman's ClubThe On Friday afternoon the studyof 'close the State Farm Hospital to
Walter H. MoelleI' -
\ by Chaplain the Operating Committee and Included >F Quality Household
this interesting book was continued "outsiders" is carried out At The
", i t; ye In the Post Chapel at Camp In addition to the military
public is invited to theHallowe'en and the meeting was opened Seems it was opened to the pub-
; Blanding on Saturday Oct. 20. honor guests, the heads of various Most Reasonable Prices
Carnlval at the Woman's by a devotional service con- lic measure,
: They were attended by Jewel civic groups and members of as a war emergency
Johns and Lt O. Hodges. USO Club on Wednesday Oct. 31, ducted by Mrs. W. J. Churchwell.The but as far as I can see, the
the staff
: beginning at 7:30: o'clock. Amongthe fourth chapter of the book the emergency still exists . '. When In Need of Good Furniture We Wi

The elaborate tea table, centered many attractions will be a was reviewed by Miss Olive Ray; Hope someone changes a decision
(' "- -I,..'. with an arrangement of white fish pond, fortune telling booth. the fifth chapter by Mrs. A. somewhere along the line before Appreciate A Chance To Fill Your Need
ill and yellow c h ry san th emums, Hall of Horrors and a free apple
I Wood; and the sixth chapter by it's too late . .
; stood in the club auditorium
1 Mrs. W. E. Mlddl ton. .-

where the stage was artistically i Refreshments of hot dogs pop A bowl of bright zinnias and Among those. following the boysto '
banked with pine branches, bam-
I C. H.
bo6-and palmettos. Mrs. L. A. corn, Coca-Cola, Ice cream and blue ageratum centered the table Bolles last Friday were Red DRIGGERS CO.
cake will be sold. During the where the presiding officer sat. and Katty Monteith and letter,
Davis and Mrs. Barbara Breaz-
'f Grand March three prizes will be refreshments served Hazel
'fI ealle poured from. lovely silver Light were Margaret Fields Evelyn I FURNITURE
I services and guests were serveda awarded for the best costumes. by the study chairman, Mrs. Shepherd Newsome, Florence Fly l n nand i

variety of open-face sandwiches Admission Is 5c both for adults assisted by Mrs. Vining and dotter Betty Ann, Joan Carpenter STARKE PHONE 43 LAKE BUTLER

and children. Mrs. Halle.of Piney Brown and dotter,
miniature hot biscuits
with ham
Marian the Russell McRaes, ,,111111114111YIIIIIIIIIIXIIIIIIAIIIIIIIII411111NNILIIIIIIg"" ''',,,, , , '',''''''1.IIAIIIIIII1rIHII111111111WIN114tlYlaYIIIIIUWWIIlYI1r1141' ,'''',,'''' '' '' ,'' '''111111AYp111N'''' .
assorted nuts and cakes. Mem-
bers of the Junior Woman's Club Buddy Bishop, Billy Noegel Janet -

it S I4 r' assisted in serving. Anderson tha Rlddell., Madge Betty Brownlee Turner, Mar-Reddish - _.

.4 1+ r/' Starke'a The Later enjoyed.Birthday In .the evening dancingwas I && ; I i ,,Betty Jackie Jean Hasklns Hlatt Lyle Jewel Anderson Pers-- THEATRESIARKE

N Yy j +4 finest Icy, the Judy McRaes Bobby Mc-
Party Rae, June Caldwell, Martha Wood

rf restaurant Band For Butch SmithMr. Henry Manaasa Jr., Doris Mon-
Well, another chapter was written his four service years in France
tir crief Florence McCulley. Carleen Sun. Mon. Tues. Oct. 28 29 3C
and . He that all -
r bar and Mrs. Junlus Smith entertained In the social history book of England vows Landrum and dotter Idell and
Call Street on Thursday night of the old gags about the famous
on the spacious front
last week when the town had thelonor London fogs are very little exaggerated "ANCHORS AWEIGH"FRED
lawn of their home Monday afternoon
The Sign of Radiant Health
of entertaining for not one, . Seems that one
their Butch
honoring son on
I not two but THREE generals night he was trying to make his '
.y. p ; SIZZLINGSTEAK A his 6th birthday anniversary. A- no less! . Truly the stars glit- way along a dark street with a waz" ASTAIRE, LUCILLE BALL, FANNY URIC
bout 40
guests enjoyed
s, occasion young with tered that night with a brilliance 'flashlight and fell Into a mud LENA HORN, JUDY GARLAND.

5 I him. almost sufficient to dazzle the hole eight feet deep! , All of WILLIAM POWELL AND MANY OTHER STAR!

Hallowe'en colors of orange and eyes of your favorite gal reporter which makes him appreciate more

: P ' ; LOBSTER black were used In the favors but between blinks I did manageto and more this good ole Florida

and birthday'napkins.cake was The iced two-tiered in green garner a few Items which I sunshine . Wed. Thurs. Oct. 31 & Nov 1 1"TWICEBLESSED"
gladly pass on to those who were
SHRIMP M and yellow. In "Pinning the Tall
luckless enough to be unable to Add Glad Tidings: Jack and
on the Donkey* Harold. Godwin
J Lucille Freeman their
attend . First let me pause to are cutting
r w'' CHICKEN and Klmble Bennett of Jacksonville pay homage to.the geniality of Oklahoma ties and will make

tied for first place and were General Culln who shatters once Starke their home from now on
presented with*appropriate prizesof . PRESTON FOSTER ,& GAIL PATRICK
and for all the old belief that a Jack was,stationed at Blan

"" .'''-.1'4. jack-o-lanterns. general must of necessity. .Jie a ding for the past year 'or so and FLORIDA LIVER TONIC 1 i 'y' .. "
B Mr.: Smith" e a moving ply slightly stuffed :'snlt) !t. "f His since his reeent: discharge has accepted .J. ? fe: TS 'vc
JI" .F. r;.'__ " ture of the highlights of the"" aftv warm cordiality was quite reas- a position in1 'the supply aid FLORIDA nalur LIVEN ruts*TONIC that vigorous!. d..lgn.d i..Ung.noy to. : Frfc Sat. Nov.' 2.31\

I". ,r .;"" ernoon and Mrs. smJtii. was suring to one who has always department at the State Prison ) .d only whn your uv.r acli nor r '

f q"nols: 'assisted! in serving the children stood In awe of any "brass" high: Farm . Lucille >of course has mally.biliousness WcarirwM and thai, h.adach.i ml..rabrundown\ cauMd by DOUBLE FEATURE

r 'k by Mrs. ,Earl Johnson and Mrs. er than a second lieutenant . long bee n a fixture 'in JudgeFerryman's f..llna ore usually relieved within an
M. Brownlee, hour by th. U.. ol thii gentl acting "SPRINGTIME IN THE ROCKIES"
sears } ,... ( From now, on I will regard gen- office and I'm gladto tlmulafer. Keep it on your medicine ihall
erals as mere human beings! . know that those, famous dimp lor the b.n.iit ol the who]. family. ";3et
0' Your bottle now-any Drug Star.
01Good PhillipsCteekmoreMr Capt. Richard Kidd was among &

% 1tkn f 5lY those greeting his old commandIng -

Food and Mrs. Joal Creekmoreof officer for General Culin "GAY SENORITA"
f 1,1 Jacksonville, formerly of headed the Golden Acorn Division

Starke announce the engagementof during its ETO assignment , IqjyO

and their daughter Delores Ann to

,,, 0 Willie Herman Phillips, son of Credits for the success of the iT RITZSun.
Drink Mrs. Cleo Phillips of Augusta Ga. event were many and varied and

I[ hate to start passing out orchids Mon. Oct. 28 29
The wedding will be a.v eventof -
for fear I'll overlook who INSECTICIDECONTAINS
Sunday, Oct. 28 at 4 p. m. in someone
the First Baptist Church in Live performed nobly but unausplcl- '
t'; ously . However think I'll be Dlchle "HORN MIDNIGHT'
l ru w wr Oak, Fla. No Invitations have >ro-Dph nyl-Trichlorethan* BLOWS AT
safe In those
complimenting .elnferced with ether Activators
been Issued but all friends .01 the .
ladies who labored so diligently *U.4.r U.t. r.t.N .
couple are Invited. *. UlteM AA GRADE WITH JACK BENNY
al! day Thursday to make theUSO .

the bower of lovllness that It
A TRIBUTE This product hjs been AlsoCARTOON -
was . Displaying their artistic especially prepared quick knock
r to Mrs. Fred A. Scott talents down of flies, mosquitoes, moths, bedbugs, roechos.w .
this lineVere
along AND NEWS
trbugs. ant* *nd mn'y other typej of crawling insects.
Though a year ago you left us, Thelma Jennings Marge Carter, It contains not only 5"'? DDT, but in addition*! 5% of
Memory Is fresh and clear- Mattie Gahagan and Mrs. Fletcher other activators You will enjoy the speed with which

,+ ,' Dining OutTonight Your Christian faith and beauti- Burnette t Then too 'twould thi-, product works. Buy AL-VO DDT toddy ir 'L

,fi i ful life hardly be possible to forget the blue ind white U billed package
? And love and prayers so dear. luscious nuts and cakes contrib-
W II uted Stella
5 by Kopelouaos Lora
54, tilt r Have dinner here In a pleasant Vital today Is your influence; Chrlstodolou. Katlna Tlllakna

t where Cherished our thoughts of you; . Those delicious kurabldes
atmosphere :you know (I KOCH DRUG STOREPHONE Some Hard-to-get Items Are
High and noblyour Ideals
coq ), the food will be deliciously think you call them anyway
14 S May we to them be true.Husband those heavenly round cakes coated
cooked and attractively served
tt with all the powdered sugar i were
T quite the hit of th., refreshment 53
In Such As
Grandchildren. able, sharing honors with Mrs. Coming Slowly . .

L Blalr's biacuits-and-ham\ .. .. ,


Much .!.....Ut for the tlrestene!

TELEPHONE OPERATORS footwork both before and after Galvanized Screen Wire Cloth

r; the event, goes to Grover Alison ... NOTICE--
who Is proud of the fact: that he

Permanent Employment With Job Security settled all bills and came out. only Galvanized Garbage Cans
1' 1
I Wish To Announce That I Am Now Connected
$2 In the hole . Quite a record

V I for an event of such magnitude With The West End
Young women ages 18-%$ are needed to be trained I'd say . Dea Wilson, capable Grocery & Galvanized 5 Gal. Oil Cans

an telephone operator No experience necessary chairman of refreshments, also Market. ,I 'Will Be Glad To Serve My Old

1"1' a Good pay while learning and Increases asHured. comes In for her share of credit, Customers, At My New Location. Hand Plows
and never have I seen such an

#4, array of eye-pleasing, as well as
SALARY $20.00 for 40 hours work.. Time and one Cecil L. Douglas Butcher.
I'' palate-tempting food . Alto- S-B Plo
half for over time and hours worked In f'XCf'tlcl'of gether 'twas quite a memorable .- One and Tw -Horse

i 40 In any one week. Tim-and-one half for Sunday party and one out-of-town Army

i J r' work and extra pay for late hours.. Taxi service -, couple summed it up quits well Plow Lines

r furnished for late hours. > & I awed think tones when"How they does remarked a little In We Carry A Complete Line of Native ,

i |n town like Starke put on a party and Western Meats Stove
Good for Pipe
opportunity promotion and a fine future like this?" . ,

t.r t p if you are ambitious. ,

i Quite thrilled to greet two old Fresh Yard Eggs Fresh Dressed

7 ) A b Vacations with pay. sickness benefits! a pension Callstreeters back Into the fold and > Items That Will Still Not Be Arail':
MM1 this week: Buck Alvarez and Poultry
plan comfortable lounge and club room and pleasant !
Theodore . Cad
Goodge Buck was and
$ surroundings. '' able For 30 Days Are Oil
discharged Thursday of last week .
tL after three and a Jialf years in Groceries Fruits & Vegetables Call t

] l1 Come In today. for complete information and talk the Coast Gua/d .. In recent .Cook Stoves Oil Circulators and

to. Mrs. Edith Cameron. Hours,a. m. to 4 p. m. months he ha been sailing the PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR Ware.
Iron Kitchen
briny deep aboard the USS Wm. Heaters Also

1'r Weigel, a auper-trooper (transport I DRESSED TURKEYS

SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE ), and had some pretty close I

calls In the Pacific . However, I

110 Madison &St.TELEGRAPH CO.Starke Florida all with catching he's his Interested up wife on a and in lot right of their vlsltln'now two Is' :. WEST END GROCERY & MARKETMADISON BRADFORD HARDWARE CO)

bright' youngsters Suzette and' ST. STARKE FLA.

Travis . Theodore spent three i



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troTS of LOCAL NEWS Friday Mr. O.from L. Beasley spending returned Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham Mrs. N.---T.-- Ritch will spend the Miss Marie McGee of Jacksonville r Miss Martha Lee Ryan of Jacksonville ::: 1 kh:
days with her mother MI'.. Dur- made Monday a business trip to Tampa'"week-end here with relatives be- spent last weekend with Mr. Is'spending the week-end f tr' .1

.- den in Tampa. i fore going to Join her husband In and Mrs. W. L, Wall. I with Mrs. Rob< ... Green, Jr.
and Mrs. Jack Freeman Mrs. Janle Avery and sister Earl Johnson is Mrs. J. H. GI1of\ Savannah
Mr from two weeks in Mrs. Earltne Bussey spent the week-end expected this Ga.. spent last week with Mr. I r
fe returnpd Freeman has Just reservice.- week-end in Daytona Beach from Montgomery Ala. and Mrs. D. A. Montelth. :Mr. New lot of maternity dresses I.H

ami., ofr discharge from Wave S 1-c Ruby Silcox of He Is as being an Air discharged Cadet after serving GUI came for her Saturday and just arrived at the Smart Shop. ORDERS NOW TAKEN FOR : .
hi' '
fed Washington they returned to their home Sun- Mrs. K. \ CUSTOM MADE FURNITURE
Un Morgan Darby D. C., has been Mrs. G. K. Bennett M. Harrington was ::
Mr.rid and day.
.) i L Peek and Miss Frances spending a few days with her Kim, of Jacksonville son. shopping In Jacksonville Monday. .. ,
L3 were in Jacksonville Tues- father J. L Silcox and other rel- day with Mrs. Bennett's spent sister Tues-, Friends will be glad to know Furniture Refinishing and Repairs 11;
.k atives. Ruby expects to be dis- Mrs. J. M. Smith. that Theodore Young ia recuperating CAIU OF THANKS j
afternoon spentnnde1 charged from service Mrs. Bennett nicely in the State Interior Decorating :
Anderson Decem Farm
A W by assisted Mrs. Smith with her We wish to express our appreciation ,j'
lrs) and Tuesday in.Jackson- ber. Butch's birthday party Tuesday eon Hospital following an operation for the many acts of kindness Kitchens Remodelled and Cabinets ':?

New fall suits Just arrived at afternoon.Dr. Saturday. and sympathy shown us dur- "
.It. the Smart Shop. and Mrs. Alfred Mrs C. S. James of Keystone ing our recent bereavement In Installed l

FOR SALE Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Weeks are well of Black G Bruns- Heights spent Tuesday visiting the loss of our b e 1 o ved eon,
HOUSE bath, (' arriving this week-end to make were week-end Mountain N. C., several friends in Starke and at- George. Also for the lovely floral Eddie Hartman Furniture Mfg. Co. i
unit guests of
rooms loed- their home with Mr. Judge tending to business. /
11"e Completely Week's and Mrs. A. 2. Adkins while I offerings Phone 52-J or 87-L L
Nun porch. modern conGa brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and route to their en- Mrs. W. n. Mundy and Mrs. Mr.\ and Mrs. R. S. Johns. L J/'I
all summer home In
Ids, 1 with. *, electric auto- Mrs. J. M. Smith. Mr. Weeks Punta Gorda. II Guy Sale were attending to busi- .. ,. 'u V'r
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(ettrnev'( 'and will be associated with Mr. Smithin ness In Jacksonville Monday aft -
oatlc hot water heater In the Starke Dry Cleaners and Fred Guy made a business trip ernoon. di
stovM. Located to Jacksonville .
beatln .
tII Call Laundry.Mrs. Misses Luclla and Haven 'E
328 W. Crosby
of town H. M. McRae of Jackson Paul Hudgins left Sunday returned
ntadter. Hogl Wednesday from Ft.
t Inquire Jack ISO E. Call St. ville is spending several days with for California after spending a 30 Worth Texas, where they attended YES! WE HAVEBLANKETS I
Jeweler. day furlough with his
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Andreu. family here. a two-week Bible Conference!

"nonnnmlunmm' "mumninmmloummmnmmnnnnmumiwine",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. . '''..'.''umolaoww''',' "iminiaumnuluionnnunmrimmmori. '' ''.. ''''' ' ''.' ,,.'. Mrs. A. O. Andreu. Mrs. L. F. They went with Rev. and Mrs.
ft' Dinkins and Miss Hannah Swln- W. E. Hall.A. .

SPECIAL del were visiting in Jacksonville E. Wall, who recently returned ,}
ENJOY A Sunday afternoon.
from ser vice I overseas
New lot of maternity ilrewtea spent last week with his brother 'If

Just arrived at the Smart Shop. and sister-in-law, Major and Mrs. ALL NEW STOCK J P

Mrs. H. A Bishop Sr., and H. C. Wall In St. Augustine. '
Buddy Bishop made a business Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn are
trip to Gainesville Monday Buddywas returning this weekend to their TilE MILLS ,

in Jacksonville\ Tuesday home In Hampton. They have

morning on business. I spent the past month In East 5 percent to 100 percent Wool .
I Julian Peek has returned to Flat Rock, N, C. ;
DINNER at AVERY INN Oliver General Hospital In Augusta Among SOS: students of FSCWIn '

after spending 30 days with Tallahassee who were form 2.30 to 24.50
I his mother, Mrs J L. Peek. ally granted the privilege of wear-

--- Mrs. Janie Avery and Mrs Earl- ing the academic cap and gownin
the traditional senior Investiture -
Bussey were shopping In
MENU! Jacksonville Tuesday. service at the college Wed-
nesday night were Misses Eva
Mrs A. Z. Adkins .
and Mrs.O. CHAIRS
Faye Gainey of Brooker, Joenell
HOT APPLE CIDER I* Beasley were shopping In Wilkinson of Maxville and Clar-

ROAST CHICKEN or SO. FRIED CHICKEN Gainesville Wednesday. ice Thomas of Starffe. CHAIRS c
Leonard Smith Is spending an New fall null just arrived at
DRESSING AND GIBLET GRAVY emergency furlough with his parents the Smart Shop. .
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith. Friends will be glad to know .49
PETIT POIS PEAS Mrs. Smith's condition Is about that Bob Stith, who often visited Unfinished Porch Rockers - - 5.50 R ,,
HALLOWE'EN SALAD the same. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee here- has V Finished Porch Rockers - - 8.50
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmitt reenllsted In the Navy's V-12 pro- ,
COFFEE or TEA PUMPKIN. PIEr and daughter spent this week in gram and will attend Yale Uni \ Cracker Chairs '

Florahome.Mr. versity. \ ._ ':; Oak Finish 1
Wm. H. (Hallie) Jones has received '
and Mis. J. E. Powell and
No Advance In Price.- Make ReservationsNow his discharge from service NICE ASSORTMENT
son Johnnie Jr., have returned
and friends In Starke
was visiting
to Jacksonville after spending
several days with Mr. and Mrs.C. Wednesday. He wax stationed in Throw
A. Knight, Mr. Powell has Lake Charles, La., and visited his Rugs
uncle, L. H. Hill In Lawtey be-
received his discharge from ser
vice and will return to his posi- fore going down to spend some

ON OUR MENU EVERYDAY I tion with the postoffice department time Blount with in his Tice.mother, Mrs. N. S. I 2.45 to 24.75 FURNITURE'A'

Blake Jackson, CPO, arrived'
You'ro twice as sure with T"'Ognat
SPECIAL SPECIAL I nainex-FR1OIDA1RK: made Monday night to spend a 30-day' IT'S A FACT YOU CAN
leave with his mother, Mrs. Carl
STEAKS FRIED CHICKEN by Jackson, after serving 20 monthson
j that alone guarantees' extra qual- sea duty. At the expirationof ,John H. Denmark
ity. Frigidaire products are
$1.50. $1.25 his leave he reports to Macon,
waiting fort (Adv.) I PHONE 151
I An overnight guest recently of Ga.Mr. .. ?
and .
Mrs. R. G. Dodson and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy was Mr. WE BUY GOOD USED
Guy's'. tQUsln, ;:Cap!.; A., H, Guyof baby son, Thomas Glen arrivedSunday r
FIr'= :; INN ,After visiting Mr. Dodson's -
Goldaboro,. N. C., ,who came to
I relatives In North Carolina. ,
for from the
Blanding separation
Mrs. Dodson will make her home = _ i( -
312 NORTH WALNUT STREET Air Corps. He served with the
for awhile with her parents, Mr
13th Air Force at Okinawa.

....-. " ",,.,,",".m"UI''III'"P'nrl'I'"III'"II''U'1II''W'UI'"I"II'"LUI''ILIl''' '' ''''''' '''' ' '' ' '''' '' ''' ''' ' '!" '' LRI'L''LIII'IIIIIII'I' ''' ' '' '- Emory H. Guy of Philadelphia, Mr.and Dodson Mrs. T.,goes M. Hatchings back to his while job FRIDAY and SATURDAY OCTOBER 26 &27
I Pa., !is spending a few days this with the Highway Patrol. For yi
week'with his brother and sister-
the present he will work in the
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy. Lake City Division. ,

NAT SEZ: N. T. Ritch, who has been Miss Virginia Sewell of FSCW Popular BrandsCIGARETTES Puritan Old Time ,
working with the Seaboard Rail- I ;
and, a classmate Miss Pat Patti- Y
+ In Avon Park for some time,
No, folks-we ain't been discharged way shall of Orlando spent last week- '
Tuesday night and Wednes-
yet. Still got a biff Job spent day with Mrs. Carrie Rltch.. He end with Mr.' and Mrs. W. B. ; BiscunmxPackage t }
on our .hands. with a War Fund Sewell and attended the Home- ,
+ enroute to Tallahassee wherehe
Drive and a Victory Loan Drive coming game In Gainesville Sat y
has been transferred with a I Carton $1.64 lOc
to be attended to right now. You urday night. "
to Chief Cashier.
know all of us have a war record'! promotion Mrs. Marcus Griffis and small I ; as i
Mr. and Mrs. Van H. Carden
whether we're civilians or soldiers.The daughter Shirley Ann spent last i
only ribbon us home folks spent Sunday in St. Augustine week visiting Mrs. Griffis' sister % IndependentALL ,
visiting Mrs.. Carden's sister, Mrs.J.
In these and family in Jacksonville.
tan earn Is for service SNUFF
drives.! Let's wind up the record C. Long. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Babcock of Safety Matches I
Mrs. Betty Christian left Wed- 1 1w 1
In blaze of glory! Hamilton, Ontario, Canada and
a .
to be her
nesday husband for, who Georgia was transferred near their granddaughter Mias Betty II 3 Boxes 25c 2 Packages 15c i
Babcock of Sturgeon Falls Ontario ..
there. are spending some time with II
their son-in-law and daughter, i I

..... W. G. BRAGG Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott. TENDER Ib Ib J: 1I,I

They will be in Florida for the Round Steak 37c Ground Meat 25c
a' i 7 .Accredited Teacher winter and will divide their time - - t i
".. Violin & Viola between Mn and Mrs. Scott and

yam.A another daughter who' lives in .j fllltLI
l'rl(pccttve Pupils ContactT. Deland.Mr. A-TENDER lh Ib .
and Mrs. E. C. Long and
J. IILKCIIA: Mrs. G. B. Colson of_Brooker were Chuck Roast 30c Best Loaf Cheese 35c
400 South Walnut St. Sunday guests of Mrs. Eugene ,- -

and Mrs. E. -J. Dowllng. "
W. G. Bragg Long I Y,
Robes night or
, gowns Mrs. EJ. S. Matthews left Thurs- I. '
I1H3: Main Street day for Orlando where she will NO. 1 IRISH LONG ISLANDPOTAOETS

and countless other J"t'k..olllIIe, Florida I visit her son-in-law and daughter, .r,
Dr. and Mrs H. B. McLendon.
boudoir accessories lOlbs 32cTRAILER

p LW"r ,

l for the cold weather Authorized Dealer for The Following Lines of Ii

yet to come at ex- Appliances: BRAND Can MILFORD No. 2 canWhite

RADIOS Zenith, General Electric, Motorola Car & o.i
Sweet Peas 14c Sweet Corn 17c f !
citingly low prices. House Sets, Farnsworth. - - :

Wonderful selection REFRIGERATORS Hot Point Gibson._

-WASHING- MACHINES Automatic & Non-Auto McCORMACKS 1'/ Oz. RED LILY Can :

t Be an early bird for matic Bendix, ABC, General Electric._ Pure Lemon Extract 28cDrain Pipe Opemr 19c'MILK i

the best choice.CHENILLE HOT WATER HEATERS Hot Point, Clark, Duo \t

Therm. _________, ''i' It
SPACE HEATERS Duo Therm, About Nov. 15 on '

Model 715 aa to factory.,. CARNATION TALL ii
We Can Also Take ,Your Order On The BORDENS --Y

R 13,95v New HOT POINT All-Electric Kitchen 'f

Always A Complete Line of Wiring:

Also Have In Progress A New Display Room WhereIt PHILCO RADIOS PHILCO REFRIGERATORS f
ROBES New Mer- ,
QUILTED Will Be To Your Advantage To See The


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e e world.
I heard. John M. Seymour
preposterous thine ever
to be a painting of FlorIda Some
I ur 1 After all, a man has a right Ib' picture of the picture
: N WOMAN'S/ Ci)lNBCNBy / / marry whom be chooses. If they BoatdrainBy Exhibits PaintingsIn wild flowers, a work that ex- framed and some) COuld are (

want to marry, then let them." Private ShowAt cels In composition, Is well painted mounted, but the "" I
]Mrs. Z. Z. Griffin : |
Blltoe Km. ready been granted for fourteenof So as we all can see it Is merelya and grows so upon the observer -I taming materials h'J]' or i
. . . there was has
the frauleins to marry our matter of opinion. True we i e e e a private showing that he finds his. sight repeatedly the artist In this hmdlc
,: I have had a lot of cheers and a have fought them for years. The Mrs. Ada Grlffto and Mrs. Mae unveiled in Starke on October7th returning to It. "Day unfortunate that refitrP1

,' W lot of jeers concerning my recent men.One German race of people have always Prevatt were shopping in Jackson an exhibition of paintings of Dreams" for Its restful and poetic SUCh quality .Ul ?JlblblUor
; woman wrote me "If ville surprising II cop e. The artist beauty should not pass unnoticedand hilt
\ article about American men marrying fought, they are a warring Wednesday. made In mor, -uiiabL bi
}tr'If enough good American women nation and personally I don'tthink Mrs. K. L. Griffis was visiting John M. Seymour, has been a a masterfully-executed still Ings, but it UtWui
4'' German glrla. It all proves will rise up in protest, maybe this that they will ever be stop Mrs. Roy Griffis and Mrs. Leo resident of Starke for many years, life must be regarded with res health of h.' wderetqthe ] | <
that at least the people are still catastrophe can be averted. I say amongus "? rout
ped. That they are an Intelligentrace Griffis Thursday.Mrs. but has labored so quietly pect. permitted this h.1
(, a bit interested in what the boys let's start a movement to keep of people all will have to of Jacksonville that few people suspected his "Springtime In Starke", In oil, I
I' are doing over seas. Germany out of America. I, for of Ray Boree or versatility. with light and the observer -
admit. Even some our scientists powers gleams
.t' There are *o many many ways one don't want my children was visiting in this section Wed- his home, could tell that the picture was
are German. For instance The exhibition at
J. that we must cope with this sit brought up with children of a the woman who helped to Invent nesday. Weller and Tenth Sts., is small, painted in Florida If nothing [[Buy!3 War Bonds

.;,. h\; uatlon. that none of UK will really former SS mother" While still another the atom bomb was a German, a Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph but of great variety, both in sub showed but the sky. Such skies, !
i\\ 'know which way to turn when said, "Give a man a yellow Gainey Wednesday were Mrs. Liz
believe found nowhere
In mode of expression. we are
Jewess, and because of that she ject and
:" the time comes and it is surely discharge because he wants to zie Lee Miss Maxine Lee. Mrs. 7011.1"--1
'f p coming soon. Permission has al marry over there? It Is the most was forced to flee from Germany, Mae Prevatt, Mrs.. Harvey Gaineyof Included among the subjects are -------- ..
,,' flee for her life, otherwise the Bethel, Mrs. Lavonia Griffis, landscape, portrait, still life and I"
r secret of the control of the atoms Mr. and Mrs. C. A Griffis and some compositions reminiscent of -F'OR-
would have been in their hands E. Romney and Constable, in which
Mrs. W. Green. Concrete Block
0,1J, J. 'i t o J'ra Instead of ours. the figure Is only the focal point ConstructionAny
Miss Opal Morell was visiting
The problem now, too, is the .Mrs. Jimmie Woodard of Bethel for a composition of superior Interest Type Building
i The media used are, as
reconversion of Germs ly. Can afternoon.
II Saturday be expected, oil and water-
: we teach these people our way Ronald Griffis, J. W. Sasser, might be -0 Floors 9 Sidewalks o
: y EVERYBODY of living? I think that It can be color, and as would hardly expected Steps
Hazel Griffis, Donald and Wilbert .
u t ,1 r ENJOYS EATING done and that they will truly enJoy Prevatt were visiting Mr. and Mrs. tempera and sauce crayon.It Steel Window CasementsAlso
AT our way of freedom much la rare for a painting in
W. E. Green
better than the dictatorship under tempera to be the prize of a
which they have been forced to Mrs. Ollle Rigdon of Jackson show but In this case it Is so.
,;:, The PARK CAFE live. It will take an occupationalarmy .ville was visiting her sister, Mrs. The piece entitled "Baby's Lumber Direct From MillJ.

many years to teach all of Ida Chase at the home of Mrs. Breath" Is an exquisite gem in

them and especially the younger Z. Z. Griffis Sunday. tempera. The flowers actuallyseem MAUKJCE: EDWARDS)

I cJ4fi: 0 generation as it Is all that they Pvt. Lacy Brown, son of Mrs. to live with the vivid coloring GENERAL CONTRACTOR

Delicious Regular Meals have ever known. The younger Mary Brown, is home on a 15 day of some contrasting with PHONE 94
j i generation always rules and so furlough. He Is sta 11 l Ion e d in the dainty pattern of Queen Anne's
y Healthful Vegetable Plates it Is the one that must be taught Uturn, Utah. Lace. In England artists once N

11 I I Short Orders most of all because from my deal. Charles Hardenbrook and Billy condemned this medium and In
Ings with people of the Germanrace Hardenbrook were visiting Clifton America its difficulty made it not

the older generation can and Ray Griffis Sunday.On too well regarded. It is an education 1 1/
I 1
u a ,' a x -XftxtrfiMmml' never be changed.The the sick list this week are to see what can be done withit I
f u prisoners of war held here Mrs. Ida Chase and Mrs. Maggie when masterfully handled.

1 A 'n From where I sit. / Joe' Marsh. have asked that they be allowedto Green. Their many friends in' There will be much disagree- t I
(. 1 / remain in this country and this community wish I them a ment concerning which picture 1 1 I

I make their homes here. They speedy recovery'Remember : should be classified as next best,
have been refused, they must return church services will but of great interest Is an oil of

,1 "There ought to be to Germany and then,If they be held each Sunday at 10:30: at..' "Uncle Sam", painted by the
; want to come back they can try.I the Boatdrain. Baptist Church artist from the original model
t l think that If the German girls with the Rev. Curtis Harris of j' who was used by Thomas NastIn
a are allowed to marry our soldiers Green Cove Springs in charge. creating his famous representative -
then these men who have offeredto The public is'invited to attend.Theressa character.

rr 2 Every now and then, when I mlttee raising the bugaboo of withstand any tests for the . According to the title cards,
e e e e e e. e e e
chance to be Americans
;: rim out of news for the Clarion, Prohibition. shouldbe "
X print> Items about what hap. Same old cry down through allowed to remain. To me in Theressa FrIday _
, :i ,t pened Fifty.Years Ago In Our the years: "There ought to be a there is no difference In the German We are sorry to report that C.
f of man and the German woman. A. Beck is on the sick list.
'y Town. May be a lazy man's way 'Jaw! Same old desire one Miss Ida Ilagan
They are all of one blood and all L. R. Britt of Lake Geneva,
to force its opinions on
but It
k 'i; I , of filling space, group another. have the same fatherland. It takes e e . . e . e e Lee Britt of Ralford and Carlton
} makes mighty Interesting read.
1 Ing. From where I alt,It'.not more courage to denounce ones own J. C. Cochrane has returned I Britt who has Just returned from I Ir

laws we need-nor more restriction homeland especially in actuation from Atlanta where he spent duty overseas, were visiting the II r Ilr.rr,. --
Seems like human nature is of our right to think, and such as this, but If our boys can several days with relatives to be Thomas family Saturday. I
4?' d always repeating Itself.Same old marry those women then at least near Mrs. Cochrane who is recuperating Sewell Thomas spent the week-
and live fit.
:prejudices, bickerings, and mistake . aa we see understanding give the men the right to make from, an illness in the end with Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Britt
Dot foleranco' and
If r n *. Here's an 1893: politician more something of themselves and Crawford W. Long Hospital there. In Lake Geneva.Mr. .
; trying to restrict free speech... more 1 ve-and-letbl eventually no one Is able to tell Mrs. G. W: Ezell of Jacksonville and Mrs Jack Jarrell and BARBECUED SPARERIBS

i''rws l a demagogue crying out against llve" among human kind. how much good they may do as a spent a week with her parents daughters, Jacqueline and Beverlyof A "sh..'" of :3 o* 4 pounds of pork rib,
"oi b omen'. rights . a local com sort of "peace emlsarry." Mr. and Mrs R. M. Her- Jacksonville spent the week cut in piece, Ss premd In a roasting pan,
t u 6 & As an example of these people end with Mrs. Jan-ell's parents, mesti.e.155 up. On ooh piece place a very
FZk and the men and the women, I sey.Mrs.. S. R. Swindell was visitIng Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham.Mr. tun sites of onion and a thin iUc nnpeelel

+ Copyright, 1945, VniuJ StoM Brewers Foundation would like to repeat two storiesas In Starke Thursday.Mrs. . and Mrs. Edwin Prevatt lemon. .JBo rt for 3O minute In 490 d<-
I read them or. rather a partof W. Brantley and son and and family and Mrs. Paul Shieldsof gras 0..... Briar to a> bona seats mad.ot:
xri N1 fd f// them. daughter Eugene and Becky and Starke spent Sunday with Mr. 1 cop ketchup 1/3 cap of Worceetenhireanoe .
;, J ,+i 1 In a Life there ., 1 tearpoon chill :powder 1 teaspoonsat4
? recent magazine Mrs. sister-in-law and Mrs. W. W. PackhamAB
p4l ,171 .. Brantley's were a dash Tabasco Sjauo. At the end of
i i ,y 1, r '* ,was a picture of what would have I 30 minutes, turn oven down,to 350 degrees
been a nice looking woman but the ritm. Bake
and poor the hot sane over
V for the hard look on her face. one hoar longer Bait and "onle"" the
This Is one of the paragraphsthat ribs In the .ano. every 15 minutes during'
mii followed; the hoar. It the .au.. gets too thick, add
"With her nor' water. Bono with rye 0'1 wheat brad
riding Irma
Greae ferociously, beat women ....: and frosty, tangy JX Boor.JAX .

prisoners to the ground. For her : hM.. mailed $S.OO to Mr..
amusement she set' dogs to tear Albert:fremd" ,Canal Point,Flor- _
the feeble to pieces. She tied together ida for thl Interesting. regionalrecipe.
the : send u your
the legs of women In child try ejag-g-oition. If pubiuhed,
3.00 will b. paid for it. uie.Addr .
birth, so that they unable
were to
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deliver and died in great agony. Brewing-. : ., Jacksonville,
On her previous job at Oswiecim BLUE TAVERN Tlorida.

camp In Poland, she has assigned
i young girls for experiments In
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LOOK YOUR'BEST IN WINTER, TOO! many of them. Irma's confidants ,

all show lt signs of terror. ,
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X Your Appearance Is Important Summer, Winter But Irma's face only moved once.

Rain or Shine, So Keep It Up Always By Then It was to laugh." SHRIMP OYSTERS STEAKS
? Sending Your Clothes To Us For Regular Cleanings Then too there is the story

--- Send Them All To Us And We Will that was told by one of our most Cll1.CKEN-'DNNERS' PLATE LUNCHES
Return Them To You noted news' commentators, about I.s I.
Sparkling Clean And Nice.
the American .
J soldier that had _. ,._ _,_,_,_ l
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QUALITY. DRY CLEANING AT REASONABLE been made to dig his own grave ,rTRY 'a'6 IIr

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the German soldiers adjusted theirguns. : SPECIA'L
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picture of his wife and baby from

ROBT. 315 his pocket to'look-at It for the FRIED CHICKEN DINNERSSTEAKscHOPS

t'' GREEN, Temple last time. Ono"of the German -. 1aMaggarr'I
soldiers saw him do this and

Owner A'Ye. came and looked at the picture. ALSO
He-.calle 'to( the other men and

they came and looked too and
I I't IA then drew to one side'1n a huddle

and talked. Then the one turned
back to our soldier and said, "I'll and

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shoot you, didn't you?" They they _

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of people. It is" only the Ameri- and Barbecued Spare Ribs
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Ian, Monday telling of his arrivalIn lace of Chester, S. C., who was Ga.:Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickland
BrookerBy Portland Oregon. Ph. Mc- visiting Starke relatives. D. Young- Mrs. Flllyaw was accompanied
; State Farm and ion Johnnie and Mrs. II. M. q
e. Millan Is with the 3rd Fleet and Mr.\ and Mrs. C. II. Cope had by her son, W. E. ''
Wasdin of Graham.Accompanied ,
Joyce Atkinson By Mr Bryan WhitfleM was with Halsey when he first as guests Saturday Mrs. Arthur Flllyaw who returned to his home u
. . . . . . . . . . landed In Japan. Friends hope Ryuls Miss Shirley Jean Ryals, after a short stay with Mr. and by three of her
foleyMr. with JOYCE ELAINE GAINEY . . . for an early homecoming. Mrs. Dan Newton And Mrs. Char- Mrs. Young., Sunday dinner guestsof FSCW friends. Misses Mary Catherine

and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gainey announce BRIDGE CLUB MEETINGMrs. Sunday night Corp. Jack Brad les KIrkland of Baldwin. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Young and Mrs. [ Hinson of Homo assa, Jane ,
the birth of a daughteron H. M. Rlcharde was hostess ley communicated by telephonewith Kirkland who was formerly a Flllyaw were Mr. and Mrs. Ira Talbot of New Port Richey and
hegpavt Wednesday, Oct. 10 In the at last week's meeting of the his father, J. M. Bradley, to resident of the Farm. remainedfor Young of Lake Butler. Elin Chisholm of Moultrie Ga., +
State Farm Hospital. She State Farm tell of his being In San Francisco a week's visit[ with Mr and Mra. R. D. Whitfield returned
Hawkes has Bridge Club and used Miss Robert Whltfield spent the
been named Joyce Elaine. after having been a Jap prisoner : Mrs. Cope. Thursday from Fruitland Park I
I, hIS discharge September Mrs Gainey and her new daughter Both- colorful fall flowers in decoratingthe I for nearly four years. It \? hop- Mrs. J. G. Godwin and guests, where she had been with her sister past week-end with her parents
I are doing nicely.Mr. rooms of her home In which ed that Corp. Bradley will be sent Mr. and Mrs E. H. Register, Miss[ Mrs. G. S. Clopton for some Mr. and Mrs Bryan Whitfield.
Jack Mocer Mrs. Moser and Mrs. J. W. Stokes of. the three tables were placed De- home soon. Catherine Register and Sgt. Dill weeks. Mrs. Louis Robinson was la
U Bobby spent with the week-Mrs.sbrothegtree Douglas, Ga., are visiting Mr. I fense Stamp prizes were awardedas Miss Myra. Land is visiting[ relatives Godwin were spectators at the Mrs. Louis Robinson[ Mrs. W. Jacksonville from Sunday until tl'w'
Gaines vall e sister( and Mrs. H. B. Stokes this week. follows High to( Mrs. P. D. In Mayo. Bolles-Starke and Miami High and H. Parker and Mrs. J. A. Bou- Tuesday as the guest of her sons
and Me. and Mrs. Wilson Russ and Fancher. second high to Mrs. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Lee High football games In Jacksonville vier went to Hastings last Thurs and their families.En [ ?
d Dendy. daughters were Robert Kite, and "bingo" to Mrs. Griner during the week-end were Friday. The games held day. Mrs. Parker remained thereto I .
visiting friendsin
Mrs. John B. Dye spent Lake Butler Tom Conners. In keeping with Mr. and Mrs. S. V. R. MarUIng special Interest for them In that make an extended stay with route to Largo to attend a i '
.nil at their home on Sunday. the Hallowe'en month, Mrs. Rlch of Melrose and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Brown Godwin Is one of relatives. cattle sale, Gerald Cox of Ros- Cyril"'
'daYs Lake the past week. Mrs. F. E. Russ was in Starke arde served pumpkin pie with cof- I Henry Fowler of Lake Butler Starke's players and Miss Register Mrs. Dick Jones' and little well. Ga., was the overnight /guest: I .; J
0' Saturday on business fee to the of his parents, Mr and Mrs. R. H. I
players who includedMrs Is Miami
D, Averett, Carat I Having arrived at Newport a High I daughters, Linda and Lee, are I
James Nurse in the A.N Mrs Kathleen Stokes and! Mrs. George Moody of Lake But I News. Va., after two years service Sgt. and Mrs. Edwin Fulton of with Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosierfor Cox, Monday. I ',
LL her hon- J. B. Russ were shopping In Ala- ler guest of Mrs. Kite and club Starke of Mr. and ,
luiding. received In the European area. Col. were guests several weeks while LL Jones i
members.Mr. .
discharge Oct. 14. Mrs. chua Saturday.Mr. Q. W. Hembree visited his brother Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Sunday after U being transferred from Ft.

t I Is going to relax and en- and Mrs. L. O. Hazen of and Mrs. E. H. Register and sister-in-law, Dr. and Mrs.J. noon. Benning, Ga., to Ft. Bragg. N. C. Relief At Last + '
Out-door life In the Flor- Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs.R. and dau g h t e r, Miss Catherine M. Hembree from Thursdayuntil Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.P. Mr. and Mrs. Otto McColIlster
shine after 3 years and 9 E. Hazen here Sunday. Register, of Miami were visitorsof Saturday of last week. Other S. Crews and Spencer Crews and daughter. Miss Evelyn Me-
of faithful service, and Friends and relatives of George Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin guests of the Hembrees at that were Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Smed- Collister, of Trenton spent Sun For Your Cough rtbA '
en of good ole Kingsley, Hazen will be glad to know that from Thursday until Sunday o? time were their father J. R. Hem ley of Keystone Heights and Pete day with Mr. and Mrs. E. G. w
ier husband Sgt. Averett Is he:Is back-home after being serl- last week. Their visit[ [ at this bree of Ravenel, S. C., and another Sapp of New River. Land. I Creomnlslon relieves promptly Je.
>CI at Camp Blanding. ously 111 in the Glendale HospitalIn time was occasioned by the recent brother E. E. Hembree of Rev. and Mrs. 1. A. Shepherd, Saturday night dinner guests of cause it ROM right to the)Beat of the .
Dorothy Greene 'of St. Palatka.Mr. homecoming of Sgt. Bill God- Charleston, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Strlngfellow, Mr. and Mrs J. G. Godwin were I trouble to help loosen and expel I
Jacksonville and Mrs. Charles Wade An- win who is Mrs. Register's brother. Misses[ June Caldwell and Doris Mrs. Robert Barkley and Misses Mr. and Mrs. B. U Reddish and term laden phlegm and aid nature* I: Y
(t'S Hospital I to soothe and heal raw, tender, in- y
week-end with her par derson of Jacksonville were visit Additional( dinner guests of Mr Moncrief attended the Starke Melba Stringfellow and Lila Rae their daughter Miss Mary Eliza- named bronchial mucous mem l lu
e and Mrs M. A. Greene. ing Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. I and Mrs. Godwin Thursday night Bolles football game in Jackson Caldwell were among the Farm I beth, and son, Roy, of Jacksonville bI'UleL'TeU your druggist to tell you a
Ir. Strickland received his and Mrs. Lee Green, recently.Mrs. were Mrs. W. F. Godwin, Sr., ville Friday afternoon going up folk who attended the receptionheld and Mm. W. F. Godwin. Sr.. a bottle of Creomulston must Ilk with the the'11I'71'QuIckly understanding '
an I Mrs. E. J. Chandler, Henry Godwin with Starke friends. at the Starke usa last bt .. W. J. Chandler, Henry God you
12of the cough or
allays lire
1st after 5 T. C. you A,
Kelly and Mrs.
? October C. i and Sgt. John) Godwin of Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Thursday night In honor( of the win and Sgt. John Godwin of to have your money back.
service In the Army. L. Atkinson were visiting[ friendsin Starke. Stringfellow and family Tuesday Commanding Officers of Camp Starke. I CREOMULSIONforCouKh
months of this time was Sanderson Thursday. I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McMillan afternoon were Mrs. Mae Dickensof Blanding.Mrs. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I \
a Alaska. Mr. Strickland Friends of little Bobby Jones : received a telegram from their Starke and Lt. Russell Wal- T. T Flllyaw of Ashburn, A. C. Davis at noon Friday were I ',Cheat ,Bronchitis I''
Officers Candidate School will be glad to know that he Is 1 1I
he received his discharge. recuperating at his home after a ,
rceelving his discharge at serious Illness In the Alachua I
r he I Is"spending some timer County Hospital.
the sports of Kingsley ..
ift! his cousin, Frow Strick- . '. . . . . .
tore returning to his home I f r

nl GrahamBy .
Dick Hill, Mrs. Hill andy
spent the week-end In Mrs. Edward Norman .. .

nvllle 1 with Sgt. Hill's. . . . . . . : ', ', ,r'
: .
r >" --to."""
Among the guests at a fish fry ..,luplu..uu.I.u.m.p ;'.." ..:,'{' :0' :.,.._ .
rinse birthday party was given Friday night at Hampton 1. <, ''' .
a honor of C. A. Hawks Lake by Mr. and Mrs. Tommy ,":.l,
i. Broward Strlckfand and Wasdin were Mr. and Mrs. Math ;,
A. Greene in the home Wasdin and sons and Miss Mary
ind Mrs, M. A. Greene, Ellen Wasdin, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. .
y, Oct. 20. After dell. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Was
efreshments of cake and din and Mr. and Mrs. L e Roy drn
m were served games were Wasdin and children. There wasa
by the following guests: large crowd from other com- Mrs[ ?f. A Greene Brow- munities. I \-' ',>\I,;.
rlckland Miss Edna Mae , .,.
Friends will be glad 'to hear
It, Junior McDonald, Sgt. ..
that Carl Broughton la home "
Dick Hill Sgt. and Mrs.
after serving with the army in
Pool Averett Mrs., Capt.C. A.and Hawks Mrs. the European Theatre of Opera- '

honor guest, Mr. Hawks. tions.
Mrs. Math Wasdin went to the \
and Mrs. C. H. Harper State Farm Hospital Monday and The FORD for 46
5 Green Cove Springs Tues- underwent an operation there
tober 23 to meet their son
flying down from New Tuesday. 'She is doing nicely
Arnold Wasdin of Jacksonville
a have only a few hours

ill his parents. before re- his spent family Monday here." and' Tuesday*" with '.-L.. "'--. - - -...... .- ., .... ..... .' ....
to New
York. Tuesday t
S 1-c Delbert Casey of the I' ,t0', ,

Hawks received his ,dis- Elizabeth City, N. J., Patrol Plane ,
October 18th after 2 years Base spent a short ]leave with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey
months in the Navy. I
three months of this time this week.
ved overseas. Mr. Hawks' Mrs.. Emma Drlggers of Jack-
home was in Winter Park. sonville visited her brother and First 'Showing Friday Oct. 26th

sluing his discharge, he sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Berry
i Hawks are making their Dyal for a while Sunday. ,
nth Mr and Mrs. Broward Pvt. Albert Davis will reportto
Mr Hawks and Mr. Camp Blanding Tuesday for reassignment _.
d are planning on going following a 30 day
together In Starke In furlough spent with his parents,
T future Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis here. ,

> Mae Weinholt of Ken. Mrs. John Surrency, Mrs. Alice At
lvi'll her discharge Oc- Starling and Mrs. Berry Dyal at-

from the A.N.C. at Camp meeting tended the In Brooker Baptist Thursday.Assoclational .H.. ./ ,.r .',' . ,,,''.. . ; \ I
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V where she had been for- ."l ;"- ;I';":' ;
'Lt Jewett Fogg spent several '" ,I,. I
nurslng. Mrs. Welnholt days' last week with his mother,
4 1-2 years faithfully Mrs. Chesley Fogg and upon the "

Uncle Sam. She la a close expiration of his leave reportedto COMPANYM

Mrs. James D. Averett, Utah. ;
Miss Mary Ellen Wasdin, Mrs. ANDREWS
Is In Jacksonville
Nate Dyal and Miss Bertha Loperof
win relax at the home .of Theressa. were shopping in

verttt until November 1st. Jacksonville Monday. ,

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I : CIRCI-IT COIRT. BRADFORD" November 28th., 19U,
No. 4110. FLORIDA IN: CHAN.CRHT. In 1st
.4 COI NTY. named Court at""
E counselor for Intermediates; Mist Health Director 'Anchors Aweigh'Starring AND ORDER" NOTICE OF TO APPEAR plaintiff **.k. cause
Methodist Church divorce aaC
Also known
C. William FLORIDA to: Pvt. Spyros Koustefanou aa
Garnlta Hutto president; Sinatra STATE OF Plaintiff ofountynTelegramed! It
? Deeplna
vs. -
whose Stefano name
Hints Huck.-H663404. Steve
Gives "
(Billy) Smith."VIce: president: James address In % QenriK Pappaluanno Koirstefanou. C -hall Brwr.
Hldence and
The Crusade for Christ emphasls Sharon Hall, secretary; Hildred On Keeping Well Due At FloridaMOM' P. Huckii, Conway. South Carolina fendant. Case No. 4128. -, Order In next fou,' '<*PUbU'b t tWltnea It
f.. is now Increasing Church treasurer ,Janet Ander You are required to appear on ORDER OF,PUTTLICAT1ON my : ', Ikei. '
i Johnson ; version of< November" 26th., 1946, in the. above TO APPEAR .
'I I technicolor AND. at Starke Fetld.an4alfh,
School enrollment and evangelism son, chairman program committee Dr. J. C. Miller director of the< named Court and cause, wherein STATE: or FLORIDA to: ber Uth < ,
In the Methodist Church accordIng ; Lola Blecha, community ser County Health the musical "Anchors Aweigh"starring plaintiff Beek divorce. Bradford thl D aplna Pappaluanno . 1946.OFFICIAL .
i Clay-Bradford shall publish (
I County Telegraph Whose residence and pout Mre'l I SEAL,
r .. ". .to a statement by the pastor'l, vice; Steve Weldon and Edith. Unit this week Issued the following Frank Sinatra, Kathryn Ordf-1n next four hand weekly and IsHueB.official address I I. Kr.a n a. 11, A. Clerk of aid i 'ur a, I ThlSUriu
Manning, recreation committee and Jose Witness my Greece.You. T. Frank Landrun,
r the Rev. W. J. J'it. They will meet at 6:15: Sunday it suggestions for keeping well Grayson Gene Kelly Florida seal, Starke 1941.OFFICIAL Florida thl. October are required to appear on Atty for Plf, 10Et t'rl0rl|

{ 1 Fred Guy is chairman of Fellow- the Recreation Building for I a which are particularly Important Iturbi will show at the ( SEAL) A.:1. Thomas,, 11.

t. r + C. H. Naawortby of Mem interesting now that children are in schoo Theatre, Sunday Monday and A* Clerk of laid Court.T. .
:: Hi hip, snack. A very pro Frank Landrum, Starke Florida

I ,, bershlp. and E. L. Matthews of gram has been arranged and all and the winter mouths are approaching .Tuesday. Atty. for flf. 10-Z 4t 11-16 IN THE SOUTHEAST

'\;, J +' ; ,. evangelism.Class is assisting The, with Young Mrs.Adult T young are invited people to from attend.11 years uj Wherever: there are public gatherings day Playing will be Wednesday"Twice Blessed and,"Thurs starring IN COI CIHCIIT:\ 'rY. FLOH1IHI COIRT. lift I'V*DFOftll CHANtKIIV. More people:= than any other, '

1\\'r' T. Long as president and Gary] An inspirational evangelistic'< there Is always the danger Preston Foster Gall Patrick It must ff

:;' ., IBnnls) as teacher. The committee service Is held each Sunday even of spreading communicable dill- and the twins. Lee and Lyn Wilde Emma ,sawyprJ ant.Plaintiff Case No.v*. 4124.ORDER WillSawyer 1k7i

V is called together M o n day Ing at 7:30.: featured by congrega ease. The most common places They are seen aa the twin daugh- OF PUBLICATION
r I led Sanford are the schools, public meetings, divorced parents; he a AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
tlonal by of
singing ters
..I, t 1' t evening; at 7:30: In the Church This condition STATE OF FLORIDA to: Will
:: parlors for a general set-up meet I Rltch. and the movies. happy-go-lucky n e w spa.perman Sawyer, whORe residence Ift 808
Hour meet! can be kept under control by fol by Foster) ; and she, a Cora Avenue St. Louis, Missouri.
Ing at which activities will be The Bible Story (played You are required to appear on
planned. Tuesday afternoon at 2:30: offer lowing these precautions: career woman and authority on November 26th., 1945 In the above
should be giver education. named Court and .cause wherein
Immunizations and
Bible child psychology
yi Js4l This Sunday the Vaster will ing enthusiastic singing plaintiff seek divorce Bradford
: use as his t topic. "Watchman, Story illustrations In song, and to every child against typhoid His daughter Is, In modern slang,, County Telegraph hall publish thla

2, , 1 k ,i What of the Night?" The choir refreshments. A good many adults) fever small pox and diphtheria a slick chick uninhibited and full Order In next my four hand weekly and iHMuen.Wltneis officialHeal .

:!. .. has arranged special! music enjoy thla hour as well as the/ There should'also be dally observation of the Joy of living. Mother'sdaughter at Stnrke, Florida this October "

", '4'M1'; '; ',' ,' : :: The Youth Fellowship rect-i'tlj; children. teachers of and the school suspected children however, far has different been ( 24th 1949.OFFICIAL SIJAL.. ) A. J. Thomas, 4 : :
; ,''I elected the following officers: The special prayer band meets by brought up along aid Court. 'ic q
ounitloifor j' the cases 0 f communicable disease'* lines and Is a sedate, bespectacledwhiz Zach II. Douglas, Oalnesvllle, Fla.
Mian under
Madge Whigham at 3:30 m.,
., et. Tuesday p. should be isolated.If Atty. for Pit, 10-28 4t Il-l6
young people; Miss Carol White spiritual leadership of Mrs. I. P. kid.Hilarity.

,,) ; t Shepherd Sponsored by the a child shows any sign of gets under way when IN 'Ulr"IT coi'IIT. nn4i>Foitn ,

1 -, - I WSCS, this service Is open to ore throat pallor, fever or skin the two meeting for the first <' >IN'IV. FLOIIIUtt I'V CIIAN-; "
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not be allowed to CKIIY. Afrel.q rllTM+,,Cex, ,,=,,,yn
should decide
everyone. eruption, he time In a long while, Armando Spa< to attend school and should be places and, perhaps to Christina Massarelll R r agno ll. Defendant
: t meeting each Wednesday '- change
W.C.T..U. Prayer Cane No: 4127.
,;/ LI evening at 7:30: p. m., withservlcemen's urged to see his family doctor. bring their mom'and dad together ORDER OF PlIFrLIPATION
Habits of cleanliness should be again. Not only are the AND NOTICE TO APPEAR '''''nUNllllllllllN'INIIIIIIIIIN111111.1111101WIIIIININIONIX111' ''' ''' ''' ' X11111111/.IIIIIIY/INIIIINIINNILIIXIINXIIIIIIIIIIIIIWINIU1' / / ' '''11'4'' --
1'f/ Q party Immediately STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mi-s.
"f r' I I I. BILLY 8IJNUAY. KNEW following Everyone Invited to en practiced in the schools. Personal: latter not able to distinguish be- Christina Massarelli tipaif noli, whose NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS

t3 s, ,i MYWILLIAM these wonderful tcte'l: | Uness, hand washing safe tween them but even the girl's residence Is 19 Via Adolfo Cozaa,
Y joy programs. Town of Orvleto, Province of Terni '
w//':f, h PAKKEIlOno water and the use of individual boy friends are completely fooledat

r belongings. least for a while. Italy.You are required to appear on STARKE AUTO SUPPLY
4 t wet akerii in Hour
of the np Bible School teachers November 26th., 1945, In the above I
I a debate on Prohibition advocated >> If all parents named Court and cause, wherein
.. hit high at would cooperate in these suggestions Baptist Church"The plaintiff *eek* divorce. Bradford
t Y"" a "supervised, regulated Attendance a. new County Telegraph .. thin 214 EAST CALL ST.
t Y bar". the Cqmmunlty Bible School this epidemics could and wouldbe Order In next four weedy I Issues.
Tuesday with 81 preaent. Mrs greatly reduced. Bottle That Would Not Witness my hand and official
) whoever Raw such a seal at Starke, Florida, thla October HOME OWNED' AND OPERATEDWE
7 I, Well W. J. Churchwell conducts this Children should not be allowedto Empty" Is the title of the last in 24th, 1946.OFFICIAL .

(< I ffl 5f thing The late "Billy" Sunday weekly Bible study class and Mrs, go barefoot, due to the great the series ot.messages, October ( SEAL) A. J Thomas,
{! said "You might ai well Is for the Infected with As Clerk of said Court.
f Green
ll R. A. pianist becoming
1 ,
it t; N : try to regulate a powder magazine Oddities of the Old Testament, at T, Frank I.nnclriim Starke ,FlonldaAtty. '
i 4i group. The class meets each the hookworm parasite. This for Plf. 10-26 4t 11-16
t, In hell". Former I'heslI Tuesday at 2:30: p. m. in the parasite finds its way Into the Intestines the First Baptist Church this FEATURE: Raybestos brakeing . .

I ) X dent Theodore IloKOHI. > Water Hose . Fan Belts . E,'erready
of the business "Gentle-men the pastor, Rev. L. (fOINTY FI.UIIII IV Cll V.VCRHl. -
f s'I' I k : al Interested pereons are invited characterized by severe anemia. Evangelism '. C Hotshot Batteries . Garage Lights .
'e" :your bade cannot, be trf'ltt..1,1I"'e to attend. Insanitary conditions In the D. Haines, will speak on the subject Richard Allen, Plaintiff, vs Mamie Floor Mats . ,Tire Pumps . Bumper
I any other bunlnc-HH, for It "Just as If I Died," a continuation Allen Defendant Cane No. 4123.
e community and in the homes can "TheIteaning ORDER OF PUBLICATION Jacks . Universal Spark Plugs . Sure
la unlike ot hn. The liquor of the explanation
any conditions AND NOTICE" TO Ari'UAIl
traffic tend to produce criminality Yearbook Editor spread. disease. Existing of The Cross." STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mamlo Hit and Wells Ignition Repair Parts . .
maybe Inadequate garbageand Allen 'whose residence la unknown. Clover Valve Grinding Compound . Exhaust .
p4 1 among the) population School meets at 9:45: to
David Sage son of Mr. and sewage disposal, flies and Sunday You are required to appear on
; ') ', at large, and I law breaking aMong rodents unsafe water study "The Influence of Christian November 20th., 19-15 In the above Extensions . Ford V-8 Filco Coils!
.'. l !: ho naloonkeepiTH. thl'm.elve. I, Mrs. Louis Sage of Starke. has mosquitoes and unclean, milk. tromes." There are departments named Court seeks and divorce cause, Bradford wh..relnplalntlft I . Speaker Tire Repair Units . Tire

4 a ... been chosen to edit the 1948 all and classes for all ages. Training 'ounty Telegraph: h weedy'1 this Reliners . Match Patch Motorist Outfits .
We should try to avoid four Ixmies.WltneHH .
Order In next
t And the lute. William Jen- I Seminole, annual student yearbook needless Illness for the sake of Unions meet Sunday evening at my hand and; official I . Tool Chests . Sealed Beam
of the University of Florida. :: to "The World's Desperate Heat at Stnrke Florida, this October -
nlnglt Bryan Haiti: A "alnat your family's good health By givIng 6:1:1}: study All 23rd. 1945.OFFICIAL Adapter Sets . .'Stop Lights . .
A student of journalism, young Need of Our
: ;or the beMt l l bl it nulMiinci The our children good health we ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
j .i!) evil coon no more be> C'lnann..d Sage has served on the staff of also give them a chance for nor- ages are welcome and all adults As Clerk nf said Court. We{ Will' Handle A Complete Line of Model
the 1043:: Seminole and the Florida ire urged to attend and study Karh H. Douglas, lalnesvlll, Fla.
to the building In which It ex-:\ mal development without handi Atty. for Plf. 10-28 4t 11-16 'I
r t Alligator, student newspaper.: this vital question. A new adult
lit. than the floor of a. nlauKh- caps. "A" Parts, Ignition Parts Gas Lines and
: + union will be organized and everyone IV c"III'I'IT cot HT. IIU\l>FOIlll
ter house to the block In which with the
j'I I I'' "Family cooperation Is needed to support this ('CH'\'I'''. FI.OIIIII IV CHV.NCIOIIY. 'Distributor Parts
: ; ; It In located. AM a rule If you physician, the school the city officials .
} r let dealer have hU. Portrait vork. Edna philbeck Robertson Plaintiff,
a liquor the local health department I
and Wednesday v.Vll1lam. C. Robertson, Defen
Mid-week service is held -
ly he will have a illnorderlyu of will accomplish much In dant. Case No. 4122
v 'u 118 upNtalrs, and a. gamblingn educing communio able disease at 7:30: ; The Sweetest ORDER OF PIJn-LICATlOV I REPLACEMENT PARTS FOR'ALL MAKES
In hU. back and his Hour of The Week. An oppor- AND
X41 room HappyWire hazards," Dr. Miller stated. 1 OF FLORIDA to: Wll-
: 1 At'e"DI be the center of tunity for the Christian to testify ilam C.: Hol'.rtiihOR.. address 1 1I. I OF AUTOMOBILES

))41r t '' cry Mort of evil. A tialoon In also a question period and a 1 Is. : General Delivery, Portland, Ore ,,'"111I'1111'1111I"1111'111"111111"11111'1'1111I'11'1111'11"1' "" ' '''''''' '' /' ''''''' "',NIIItNI.IIIIINPoIaNINMIIIIIlOIgINN, '''' '' ''''' -

S ' the first place a policeman Recent Marriages message by the pastor] gonYou are required to appear on .

: 'V'' COP to look for tire and the She Lets Us Do The JORDAN-KENNEDY All are .cordially invited to attend November named Court 26th.,and 1915 cause, ,the wherein above ,'

:',y p 4 u ,' laat place he will go to look Kennedy and Eston these services and find a plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration EXTRA FRESH BREAD.Lrl"
Baking for the Family of the Lord. of maiden name Bradford
( r for virtue. . .. (THE NA Rev part in the service thisOrder
44 ; Jordan were married by the County Telegraph shall publish
1 TIONAL VOICE.) Oct. 14. In next four weekly Issues.
W. J. Churchwell on GOOOOE-CIIHONISTEK Witness my hand and official 1
LAPPE BAKERY "'seal, at Starke, Florida this October -
and Mrs, W. J.. Goodge announce .
Mr. .
.! 21rd 1945OFFICIAL
'L h '
( : :
.. i the marriage of their son ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,

. Miss Emily E. Perry and Law- Cpl. Gene Goodge of Esler Field, T As Frank Clerk of Lnndrum said Court., Starke .Florida. INSI{;) ANNS

I "- rence C Lee of Camp Blandlng Alexandria La., and Miss Myrtle Atty for Pit. '10-26 4t 11-16

tP. were married on October 7 in Chronister of Saint Louis. Mo. $. '

i., Now Available. Melrose by Rev. Charles R. Davis.. ruiriir roi irr. HhiUFOuD iv(tOfVTY cinciiT'' FI.OHIUAl coinr BItAUFOItU IN CIIANCKHV. 1Srvt
. Mrs. Lee is an employe of the (nt'\1'Y. FLOIUU.\I IN Cll.ti!4.ERV. Dorothy. Jackson Marron, Plaintiff.vii. (

local Florida. Power & Light Co. (' LoreneWest Raymond Marron Defendant.Case .
John Leavltt Plaintiff vs
4 No. 4105.ORDER 1 tJsf!
Case No.
Florence Leavltt Defendant. .
r 0 Table Top Ranges OF PUBLICATION
; 1. Miss Thelma Mae Andrews of AND NOTICE TO APPEAR STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ray- .4
Electric Heaters Lorene mond Marron O e n eral Delivery,
Starke and Roy Johnson Silvey STATE OF FLORIDA to:
Is l San
ll t Blandlng were marriedon West You are required to appear on
(Wt of Camp 545. N.V.. 33rd Street Oklahoma
Gas Lanterns I.. November 19, 1945 In the above
October 12 by the Rev. City Oklahoma. to on named. Court and cause, wherein
required appear
You are
West. November In the abovenamed plaintiff seek divorce and restoration -
26th., 19-15. '
.' Andirons, Complete Sets Court seek and dlvoice.cause, Bradford wherein County of Telegraph maiden shall name publish thl k

t I IIAVNES-PEELE plaintiff shait'publish this Order In next four weekly issue. n
All Kinds Saws Miss Opal Peele, formerly of Order County In next tour hand weekly and Issues.official seal Witness at Stark.. my, Florida hand ,and thl October official
M. Haynes of Witness my
Lawtey and James thla Octo- 16th. 1945.OFFICIAL.
seal, at Starke, Florida,
SEAL) A.:1. Thomas
Planet Junior Plows ,. Camp Blanding were married onOct. ber 19th., 1945.OFFICIAL ( of said Court.T. work!
A. S, Thomas, A* to
t E. SEAL>
by Rev. E. ( Florida, active right
1st In Tampa Clerk of said Court. Frank Landrum, Stark, Fresh yeast goes
: : : Laney. A.E. L. Mctlrath 111 Graham Bldg. Atty. for Plf. 10-19 4t 11.9 ,
q > Riding Bridles :[ acksonvllle, Florida, Atty. for Plf. No lost action-no extra steps. Helps give sweeter
r. '
le, OOLSON-III:, \'ES 0-Z8 4t 11-16 bread flavor smooth texture-perfect
tastier -light,
t 1 q (Real) Spray Guns of Brooker .
F. Colson BRADFORD use
f Thomas .N rmri IT (0 t.R'r. WANTED HOME-always
and Miss Catherine Gladys Hayes COl'NTY. FLORIDA I'M CHANCERY : freshness! IF YOU BAKE AT

Radio, Batteries of Starke were married by Raymond Ressle. Cox Hacks, Plaintiff vs. Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast with

: .' J. Gomes on Oct. 11. James W. Hucks, Defendant. Ca. RADIO REPAIR
label. Dependablefor
Many Other Items the familiar yellow ?trJply
than 70 earsAmeriea'stested !
rl -- -- more

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HAVE IT FIXED Many little Box 311Starke l
1p J.: O. Raulerson Mgr. MATTRESSES of all kind. renovated and- things are breaking up .around frt.utrrJ. 5vti
: the hou tbe.. day that you f/l/
reflnlitied Drop ue a card. would replace If you could get ; Fla.
HASTINGS MATTRESS CO.. Box U them. This I I. lmpo..lbl., but
t' y ISO Palatk, Fla. maybe I can fir it. Ask for
Frank at Telegraph Office.. tf



(#' '" 4 See Us If You Need One KITCHENETTESGas AND t P. Roberts Motors

: ii'J WE HAVE TIIEM $15 Per Month Up S-rROVT ET.TBln.fe.f .

; l Heat Gas Cooking ( ............ at s.__
LightsCompletely t r' ........"..11_ .... .... 600 TEMPLE AVE. STARKE, FLA-
12.000 .111. .t .__- .....- -
BUILDING MATERIALS A..a_ B.y.w raU. .... t.a -
:' Furnished World. **.. area> Hacla*;. ,
Y Will Soon Be Released hook A Room Ahead COMPLETE LINE OF
Represented Locally By .

it For Wife' Or Parents F. O. HOLUNGSWORTH

i. Get Your Lot Now In.PINE.HU.QST 118 So. Walnut St.

LARRY'S PLACE SPENCER SUPPORTS Individuallydesigned. vi restondTIRES

:'4 S ,.... 1000 KINGSLEY Feet From LAKE B Gate .sl Madison. Mrs. St.Bertha Pearce r-31.4tpFOR SQSW ,

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r I A Beautiful, Restricted Sub Division niture. IncludingFrlcldalre, tabletop
FOR SALE-1J41 Thor washer In Florence oil rang, two complete
i ''s I A-l condition with safety wring bedroom .ult. with tnner- .

r I CHOICE LOTS er.mIpt.B ::d r.rFI .q'p"3::. ITR.490.: felt spring mattre mattr...Inquire.. and at on.113 with N. ACCESSORIES AND OTHER MERCHANDISE

'' t j4 , $100 DOWN $10 PER MONTH lip,, .'Church st..- W. R. Alvarez tfVHTERANBiWould

r L'' r FOR SALE-Two lots In good location ;. you Ilk a
for home In Starke. Also Watklns business In thl county?
; SEE several water front lots on Crystal Write THE J. R. WATK INS
Ltt Lake. N. D. Walnwrlght.I Jr- COMPANY, 17 Hunnlcutt St., N. DODGE & PLYMOUTH
Broker. 129 E. Call St. Phone 10-26 tip 101 W.. Atlanta 1, Georgia. 10-11 M

WANTED TO BUT-Electric toast
condition. J. L.
er In working .
West aide of Klngsl Lake
on '
Phone 11 or 107. lip Landrem. Box 703. lip SALES AND SERVICE

FOR BALE-Barr. rock pullets, FOR ALB Copenhagen Market
.; ?' 119 EAST CALL STREET, STARKE 4Vt> month old. 60T W Madl.on cabbage plant, ft 60. per M,
St. ito f.o.b. store-Carl John. Itt

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More Men NeededIn Homing ORDER OF PUBLICATION Can No. 4101.ORDEH .
1fi2 You are required to appear on AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
VICE DAR.ADEt ) Health Work I Sale By U. S. November 18, 1(46, In the above STATIC OF FLORIDA to: Minnie
named Court and cause, wherein Odel Orndorff whose residence let ?
Sanitary Engineers and Sanitary Thousands of Army homing County plaintiff'T.i e.ka plhrtimb-rthd: thla atnla.sot King Street Alexandria, Vlr- Yyl
-- Officers to fill openings In pigeons, veteran GI Order In
I message car next four weekly Imiuee. You are required to appear on + I;
sslS RETURNS O. p HUTTO CITED FOR gun fire to reach the wounded' District and County Health organizations riers of good breeding stock, are Witness my hand and official November 19, 194$, In the above r s
at Starke Florida, thli October
named Court and whereinplaintiff
J ST..WKE MEN HEROIC ACHIEVEMENTOliver : man and administered first aid are urgently needed. now being offered for direct sale 16th, 1949.OFFICIAL. eeeke divorce."au.e. Bradford
))arby Peek, Edward P. Hutto, who was discharged and then carry the man to safety. It was announced this week by the : to civilians according to the Office ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder
and Julius Ko- several weeks ago after Pvt. Hutto's outstanding courage Florida State Board of Health of Surplus Property of the A.H. Clerk O. Hrown.of aalil.Starke.(ourt.Florida In next my tour hand weekly and official Imiuee.Wttneaa r"l

three Starke .Navy men, serving with the 8th Division In and disregard for his own per- and Interested persons are requested Department of Commerce.The Alt)'. for Pit. 10-1 4t 11.9 seal. at Htarke, Florida. this Ootob.r aS y

Rtte long voyage back to Europe, received the Bronze Star sonal safety were In the highest to make applications to war birds may be purchased .- IN riHrrrr rot'MT. BRADFORD 16th !tee from Tokyo Bay with! Medal this week for heroic traditions of the military service." the Merit System Office In Gaines in 5 pair lots at $25 per lOI'rITY. FLOIIIUAl IN .
If O. Drown, Stark., Florida
000> ton battleship USS achievement In connection with Hutto had previously been a- ville.College lot ,by any person on application V. C. Allen, Plaintiff, v*. Ruth Atty. for Pit. KM 4t 11-9 l gti
They landed at San military operations against the warded the Silver Star and the graduates are neded to to the Department in Washing. Emily, Allen Defendant. Cu. No. -
last week where them enemy on April 6, 1945 In the Purple Heart. fill the Sanitary Engineering: ton D. C. They are from one to 4019onmm: OF i-irnMOATioN ix rinrriT I.MTV. FMHIIUtl COCHT, BRADFORDCO IN C'HAIM- w
take part In the ob- vicinity of Slegen, Germany. positions, but persons with sanitation five years old. ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR ,!
Oct. The citation states LT. BEAM will be STATEOF FLORIDA to: Ruth F.. Shelby Fllchett, Plaintiff 11 is
27 that "Dur experience
on : DISCIIARGKDFROM considered
_,of Navy Day ; Bird fanciers 4-H club members Emily: Allon, wtione address !I.: Sea- va. Edward Otle Fllchett, De
figured promln- ing an attack on an enemy hill, ARMY AIR FORCE for other positions ford, Delaware. fendant. Cane No. 4110.OHDIEU t I
Wisconsin Pvt. Hutto observed a 1st Lt. Theodore Full Information and forms for and breeders on the lookout You are required to appear on OF runtacATioN
during the man badly Eugene Beam, ,
naval action for November 19, IK 41, hthe above AND NOTICE! TO APPKAH
months of the war wounded. Immediate first aid not son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Beamof making application may be obtained exceptional stock are invitedto named Court and CHUBB, wherein STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Edward
jt he from the Merit Office write to the Office of Surplus I plaintiff ....k. divorce, Uradfiml, OtU "Kltcriett whose addreRH/ la: %
g 3rd Fleet operations being available ran 100 yards Starke, was honorably discharged System !I I County Telea-raph ahall publish this Hurburban Drug Htora, Yortsmouth,
and Luzon invasions through enemy rifle and machineto from service with the Fla. State Board of Healthof Property General Products Section Order In next four weekly Issues. : Vlra-lnla. s
byte Gainesville. Wltneea/ my hand and official You are required to appear on tor
making strikes against Army Air Force at Fort Dix N. for full information. eiil/ at atarke, Florida, this October November 19, 1945. In the above to
home Islands. spend leaves in Starke during J., In September. He had beenIn 161 h, 1945.OFFICIAL.. named Court and cau... wherein
ese the service Many ( BRA) A, J. Thomas, plalnUttOeeke/ divorce. Bradford P'ta b
December. since Nov. 27 1942. ReenlistingAt
men expect I
tree An Clerk of said Court. County Telegraph shall publish this
i Lt. Beam and his wife are IN rmrnr rot'RT. RRAUI"OND II u. Hrown, Kiarke.: Florida Order In next four weekly Indue ? b
... ,.., ..... .
----" - making their home at In Camp Blanding ( 0" MTV. FLOHlUAl IN CHAN.CKHV. A.tty. for PU. 10-1B U 11.9 Witness my hand and official
present seal at Mtarke, Florida, this October11th
Comfort and Economy . Newburg N. Y. He Is a grad orace II. Hunter Pie Inllff, vs. IN: rnirriT ('OI'11T. BRADFORD I 1945. I ,
Safety, Close to 25: percent of all men Ruby Defendant. Cai No. .i toriric1AL
uate of BHS In the class of 1942. punter COUNTY. FI.OIIIOAI IN CHAN.fKHV. ( SISAL) A. J. Thomas, II
I .
Interviewed at Camp Blandlng last 4100.HTATK Aa Clerk of sold Court.T.
OF FLORIDA tot I Ruby Gilbert J. Orndorff. Plaintiff, ve. Frank Landrum. atarke, Florida. 't
FOR COURTEOUS ITEMS IN BRIEF: week by an Army recruiting; team. Gunter who.e ddrn. l. unknown Minnie Odel Orndorff. Defendant. Atty for Plf. 10-19 4t 11-9

(;'. M. Sgt. Warren B. Martin has from Jacksonville have signed reenlistment I '__ =. .__- .. -. ---- ......:... I
papers for the Regular z--:; : 1"1", ..: : --I :'i [!If ._
U received honorable
$ Army, according to a statement
INFORMATION n J.u the Fort Lewis, Wash., separa- released by Lt. Col. Eugene W.
Flout Phone 147 7 T-5 Ben Nelson Faulkner says Hilton special recruiting officer : t tIT'S
from District No. 5, now on dutyIn
to stop mailing his Telegraph as -
this area. .
Ride Florida Motor Lines Greyhound Busses It takes two months for It to TIME TO RECAPLET
Forty-four men out of a total
reach him and he expects to be on
UNION BUS STATION .of 180 in Company A, 190th Bn.,
his way home before then. He is
LACY CONWAY, Agent Starke, Fla. IRTC commanded by Lt. FrankJ.
A\e. with station In
---- -.- -, .. - - -- -.- serving the Pacific. a hospital McClurg Jr.. signed up and US RECAP YOUR COMPLETE SET Storage Room f '

Forest Crosby, who was recently similar results are being obtained ,.. .. -,-. ,-- -- -- .. ,... ..
from other units.Outstanding .
released from service, is
now enrolled as a freshman: at features of the new RECAPPING AND! VULCANIZINGALL
Stetson University in Drland and benefits recently voted by Con I
7 has been pledged to Pi Kappa Phi gress are the fact that enlist. SIZE TIKES AND TunES

fraternity. He is the son of Mr. ments may be taken for as low 21-IIOUK SERVICE BEST MATERIAL
and Mrs. C. A. Crosby of Brooker.Pvt. as one year at a time. Other .

Walter Lowe of Starke Is a advantages: soldiers may qualifyfor' I WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED
an immediate 90-day furloughwith I''
patient at Finney General Hospital
In Georgia. pay; receive a. reenlistmentbonus \
of ,50 for each year of

branch of service and theatre of
The Telegraph has received the operations they prefer; continue
following letter from S. Sgt. Rob their dependency allowances; retain -
ert C. Jackson: all their OI Bill of Rights; STARKE TIRE SERVICEADJOINING

Oct. T, 1945I be restored to the highest grade
they held upon discharge. If re-
have been here on Ie Shima
:NOW-'OPEN' TO' SERVE YOU for nearly two months: It is a enlistment 21.Seventeenyear.old>.is affected before November Temple'Ave.'I

small island i about the size of | LE GARAGE -
Key West and it was here, that boys are
I now for the first time also being

accepted by the Army, with the COME IN AND SEE OUR AEROPLANE TIRES
approval of parents, and a number -

GET READY NOWTO surrounding of boys from area Jacksonville have been quickto and ALSO OTHER TIRES & TUBES FOR SALE

-- take advantage of the new law.
,- -- -- ---- --- -- -' ._--. __ __-' -'
r Full details regarding Army enlistments __ =_ '''''.. : _ : ----ow:: ., : ..:

may be obtained from I
the recruiting station In the Pout
Office BuMdlng Jacksonville i !
1 1?
Ernie Pyle was killed.

ed The here Japanese for transportation peace envoy in land C- We were smart to buy .

c2s4 ,'ss 34 a on to Manila. GIs were lined
up at the strip awaiting their
arrival. P-38a of my group had t
of bonds in
the privilege to Japan plenty every '
and escorting rite two Jap planes
with the surrender envoys this '

P Jl., far. Nearly everyone tried to loan and. .
> .
surge forward _through the MPs 1: l .
cAul to take pictures and the Japs '
IlL' :: didn't seem to understand what 'It!
'J.M.A .
"' Et./ was coming off.I .
'. ." '- 0"r expect to soon Bee Japan rl
proper for a short while and

probably will be there by the time 1 lI i

this reaches you as we are only
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q 350 miles south of there.

::::: fJ1 ;- & our At communications work present Inc I 1 am u des the department.Our servicing head of. % -.- ( ;p 7'c i

radios for our planes, taking care

: ; Pf. k.Jt<.. of our telephone system and camp
lighting. All In all its very interesting
...u 1." # P, work and much to my )You) bet we're qoinq
liking but I'd really prefer to be !t

7t< ): heading home and probably will -, .

f be Tell around Starke Christmas hello for me. to buy more and biqqer :

S. Sgt. Robt. C. Jackson I j
36th Ftr. Sqdn. APO 245

c' PL. SF Calif. i

NEW ADimESSKS: bonds in the greatVICTORY

Cpl. James O. Or iff Is. 375 TCC

T Gp.Calif., 87 TCC Sqdn., APO 331 SF, LOAN.r

Marcus Reddish, Co. F.. 381 Inf.,
J \ APO 96. SF, Calif.
Pvt. Ralph E. Starling lit F A

B Co., H S Bn., 8th Ser. Regt., .

..,t SF Calif. "HERE'S WHY. ." 4. Bonds form a reserve for future repair tj
Resale Thomas, Unit B-l. No. 4, and replacements... for modern buildings,

USNABPD. San Bruno Calif. improved ,stock better homes.
Pvt. Jas. I. Baxter, Casual Co. 1. They pay for the care and cure of our I .

I 43. Pit. 3, APO 21326, SF, Calif. wounded . supply the finest of medical 5. They hold dollars store to pay for our .

; T-5 Jno. H. Moyer Hq. Shanghai 1 aid. They help to bring our boys back home children's education . right on through

Base Com., Eng. Sec., APO ... to pay for all the colossal cost of Victory. college. '
IAKE A ;290 NY NY. r

E VICTORY SECURE. . Jesse Tyson. StM 1-c USS-PC 2. Held by millions of Americans, Victory 6. E Bond return $1 at t i ?fir

573. FPM, NY NY. Bonds will provide a solid reserve of buying maturity for every $3 you i

T. Sgt. E. E. Barney Hq. Co. to assure, steady jobs for veterans. invest. ''v
.MORE AND BIGGER BONDS IN THE Bremen Port Command APO 751,

NY, NY, 3. Buying Bond. rather than scarce good. 7. They give{ security to VICTORY M,

GREAT VICTORY LOAN I '1". Sgt. Clifton B. Hayes. USA helps keep the lid on price. ...prevents inenjoy later years with LOAN ri ,
7th C.
Recruiting Ser, S. Omaha ,
Nebr.C. flation and its follow-up of depression. peace of mind. 1. ,
W. Coloon. S 2-c Personnel

Paul Raymond, U. S. Naval

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Lake Butler 0 BBS 7 J'' .' U
,gr i ; ; Id --- -- HOME GAMES 4 :

q Gainesville 21-- BBS 7' }-
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See, Them All
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Ir Bunnell --- 12 -- BHS 33

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; Nov. 9 -- FernandinaNov. Here t Insurance CorporationSlemlxr-

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J. 'P Roberts t Every Day
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c, .f', ." I ., Carpenter's t Every Type*of, Insurance. .. .. Motors t Dan
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5 Your 4'H. C. Wall. Lappe Dodge & Plymouth The
+ ,i Prescription Drug Store Sales & Service

See You At The 'Em Tornadoes'" You've Got It Everybody Out Go To It,
'r Game Tonight Let 'Em Have It -
To Bradford Park! TORNADOES
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1 Cleaners I Service i Station t Y'S Kidd's Sinclair AutoSupply

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'f. The Tornadoes Have Opere Roy Johnson,.Owner

Day and Night
Got What It Takes I
If A Pleasure Good Team TUXEDO

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Eat At -
r Charley E. Johns .Carl I Joli J h
/-t:3 her Watch For The New Fords Three Registered And GUIDONGRILL I
Graduated Pharmacists Catering To The Well- FEED

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Andrews Motor Co. Koch Drug Store Alvarez Store STARKE M BOTTLING CO

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SpH. ,,'. iMalntlff. vs. Ben ; J. (
I,b l ull ". dant. lure No. 8984. ic" .. V "
I,bell.I' > PUBLICATION ...: : ;j : / .:'>>;;
f li'E y j.pKARNlip ;: : .. .
IJIIDEui' TO A ..,, .: ":;: ."
-* ..IFLORIDA, to Ben ::c< ;t.
.f ATE. J, /adress is unknown.bell" :.
"aulred to appear on i 1r x
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"" above J ; .
l u ,-,1946, In the <
>,"5b'rnnii: and cause, wherein ,. :. ..<< ;.w..... ", '..0. "1;" ,.
rE! Couli r'I ..
,ntUl Telegraph aneNt shaH'publish l this i d' '" : :: l. .\-r.: ::' ::: .i:
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Er in next Ihand dlyottlclal . ... . ;. t::: ; '':' \: "
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1916.pIC1AL' SEAL) A. J. Thomas, g< .. : :: : ; :: /" ... I

Clerk Ory.n:aid: Court.Sts 30.19 Florl"a, : .; #t ::::: .i tj;:. ,. . ..\ ; ; : : .: rt "
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.H Turner" Dauler. Plaintiff. T ..
". Urrbrrt 1'auler.:! Veten.u ;
UP'' FLORIDA to: Julius
whose addrars Ix:
bOIL 1st Clara U.S.S. Prrxldenta I Y,
'sea d rlvl; lon Fleet 1'.. UrTrtncleeo I '' '
,. to
'buelgryt1946? , in theeaboveCourt w ,
l3! and cause, wherein '
I e i iI
Viff divorce. Bradford +
t'!'t, Te"/ ,'al'h "hall publleh thisr I v '
In next' four weekly l Ixruer.N
and official
at|1nBtxrkeryFlurlda, this October ?
I'1I' :A I.) A..1. Thomas u ,
Clerk of mid Court. ,LI M
uulrmn Starke Florl4a
took I v?
t. f.r I'lt w 10-19 H ll 9TY I e n ..

\ ,'DFiuiiiuelDiv Clt.M'klnBon u vs ,

;::1'' Plaintiff vs. Magyoblea > I ,
> !Mason, Defendant. Case

tfjlTE: OF FLORIDA to: Maffffle.Muaon. I
lee whose residence/ isrequired ta

Dawn are to appear on
limber 13 1045, In the above
-rrf Court and cause wherein
Inllff seeks divorce. Bradford
Lttr Telmraph shall publish this .
fi.r In next four weekly Issues.'ritnens i
\\ my hand and official
il I it Stork Florida, this October -. WCTORYlOM
1911 I ,y
,FICIAL SEAL) A. J.: Thomas yi i
lu'lerk of ald Court.
ill H DoiiKliis' Qalnesvllle, Fla. 4
(. for Plf 10-11 4t 11.1

ii:RA'i.meon.: Plaintiff, v.., Kllsa-
D I Emily Slude Adamson DefenC -
I. ( ... Nn. 4081.
iffATE OF FIXRIDA to: EllxaIII .
Emily Simla Adamson whore i R
>dnre, Is unknown. t
ITou ere enquired to appear on I
irmbor 12lh, 1145, In the above /
hied Court and cause. wherein
inllff >.ekn divorce. Bradford I [
knljr Telegraph. shall publish this :
'"r In next four weekly lasues.tnemk OCTOBER 29!
my hand and official !
11(15 lat.Starka, Florida,.'this October I'

1>'FILIAL( REAL) A. J. Thomas '
j Clerk of Raid Court.
I Prank Landrum Starke." Florida I'
lir. for Plf. ll 4t ll-l . . ; ?3

nun'IT "OJ'nT, BR..DFOnlJ

V rocs. John Smith.. Plaintiff, a':: .y
; Smith Defendant. Case No.
f 4 yflA

|fib fntifr TOG'unbi-r'ed,,/whose Court are reeks 13 required,renldrnce and 1945.divorce.. cause to In Is appear,the unknown.Bradford wherein above on * * 0e '' ;I j, .

nlr Telegraph shall publish this ; al.,
"r In next four weekly Issues. A A
mera my hand and official seal '
|i*:hake, Florida, this October 10, 1 4 t t tt p'I

FICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. I
Clerk of Maid. Court. f
Hit. Douglas. Qalnesvllle, Fla. :
'r. for Plf. 10-12 4t 11.1"Bri tlOe.

IT C'OJlnT. .- GilA -:10- !I Ill1:; I
l.iiT1", FtOHIDAl IN CHAN-
T,''KTe* Kalh"rln. 'Williams te I
Brown, f/aeJI' '
,mllft' v"- Jesse Brown D fenU J
fare No. 4079I Sl :
PJElt I 'OIi' '
: ?! SOTICE T0 APPEAR tiSOCl"sAGJC.e 'dJ! 0A
7"'Iwho"' reMldence is % Mrs.
l 4! Cenrgla Key i .'11 Maln\ Street Moul Aft .. .rf ..11fJ I fA'' A jj I
l!Tou era. required to appear on -'V j I
tmber ]13, 1345. !In the above ,01)(111. R
lnS Court and CAU".. wherein "
reeks dlvorce I u"tody of ,,,0 / :
7'. child.uname.and Bradford restoration CountyliEp of W WAR OF I

: "nal1 publl..h this Order fIIel >
Ndnesa four weekly Issues. I' r I
my hand
I and offll'lalt : T
at 6, 1945.k*, Klorlda. this Oc / ti 1 .1
F ;
I ClAL/EAI") AThomas.. S5r
Maid Court.
K.tnnvgle; Duncan, 5l7 Lynch Building
Fla. Atty for Plf'
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0 p .,w rr,. s' ,'b 4 jJ A ..eA
r:1Rft ,IT ri.OIUUAl/'Ol'RT. BRADFORD I> CHANXiilr 'r I o s a j' 1' wiV
rE RY. '' s
'!"rlon A- Tanner/Plalntltf. Y ,MS* Ii IiI.
::I Tanner, Defendant. Case '' I


MSbI< required' to appear on I
19,1945. In the above '
bftCourt. and cau.... wherein

r*"lln Telegraph!' d'n11 vorce.pubUa"Bradford this The STAG THE WONDER GIFT SHOP PI'

(li.i.P'!nlY' four hand weekly. Issues.IN ,

..u1 8 eke. Florlda and this October official ,. Y !l
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tutor PCI rk: utREA.LC PII.'-.Starke ourt.'lO-n A..1., 'Florlda Thomas fC 11-, :. r' : MAIN MILITARY DISTRIBUTORS"JORDAN'S [ CARPENTER'S DRUG STORESHAFKIN'S ,('f I 1 i..

:orft'IT;!, (COURT BRADFORD I. ,w" .rl'\, '

IUS ITTY';.WWnn'8'LORIDM Plaintiff, vs.CHAN Doris: : MILITARY STORE : .

i4jj, Defendant. Case : J,, BAR ;,j, ,, ,


'tl.n.'' :w-P' FLORIDA E T0 APPEAR toi Doris ;::; ; JERRY'S PLACE Niek Alexander '

""'e Ynn 4Jl North Lucerne SHOP' ;
Tot areaiequlred. Maryland. CAMERA & GIFT :
> i to appear on. HOLLYWOOD 't
"""I 06Coure 194Sln the above ; lf
f"'W' I rtk and cause, wherein .
'"ty Tej: .. d'vorce. Bradford BONDS NOW ON SALE AT -
t In :, Rraph shall Pub>'.n this
"i .. eXt four weakly leaser.

">'. /11,5rk n" my Florida hand and this October official THE PETITE PHOTO STUDIO FLORIDA BANK at STARKEx I' f

'QeIAL; Ot8FAL: )Court.A. J. Thomas, I
rhr 1w",sla.. ' ftViV'Sv. 11-e Fla.


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defendant and the names and Southwest
If a. quarts.
Thomai also known a* W. C. Powell of the trustees of said feet otquarter 1
known heir. devls *. legatee* 01. vi..... leg tee* or .r.nt.e.; ; and If d"ad hi* unknown addresses unknown Armour
'Telegraph shall .. M. Ham- defendant being ;
County publ.hthl" and Iv.
4 rinci'iT B. Hanvby
CI'nT 8R"IIORI in tour grant**; Chicago Florida Association dead the unknown belr. devl..eea, legatee or .ran- Works ,a foreign cor
Order w..kly If Fertiliser
CO I'MTV. : 'AN- next a b.te. description of *ak by If alive; And legatee* 01 ; M. V. Raley If alive; I whose last known address;
CBHV..abel I-I. unknown If In *x- h.I.*, helm, devUee poralon.
hand and official b.ln/ ; a* are dead hi* unknown 111.; Howell Turpentine South af ?
Anthony Quirk Plaintiff, v*. Witness my . defunct the unknown grantees such de.ndant. grante.harle.* H. ; and (
l Florida this October iNtencej, wife legateea. or a dissolved Florida west wh h wlnd
Joseph Maurice Quirk Defendant. seal at Hfarke, vises legatees. dead; Jonn L. known address Company, quarter
'J heir *, II Revlere, whoim last L r" *
and and Dan '
4.81.ORDER t. 19U.OFFIIAl salt Emma G. Harvey. If alive; Mass., P. How.ll NoVthoiat ?
C. Nt. *, and *uccessor* of wa South Bralntree, corporatan.
J. Thomas, grantee tiVr.t"r lii
Of PUBLICATION ( WEAL) A. An- dead the unknown heirs, deviseeslegatee unknownhelr. and quarter: and J"
and the thereof; and It dead hi* Clfon
l said Oonrt. firm of such defendant if ; trustees of said dissolved
/. ANI> NOTICE TO APPBAHSTATK I.rk Florida nl* U. Chrlctensen who laat l or .r.ntee. C.Harris. . legatee*, or gran How.l
Btarke, Chestro BaldwInLewlsPaceCompany
OF FLORIDA to: Joseph T. Frank ..ndlul. St Lou I.. Mo. a* Sr.. If alive; 11 Ion;
addren waa Richard
known J. O. '
10-5 4t dead hli ; dissolved Florida
Maurlrn Quirk, whose r."ld.n. and Atty. tor Plf. 10-2 dead her unknown If : and If t.e. heir, a corporation
,\ If alive; ind If .ly. devlste*. l.gatee. and If dead hi* unknown nnd J. H. Pace J. O.
64th ,
post office address .107 West BRADFORD devisee*, legatee* or grantee unknown devisee, legatee*, or granteea; !
COfHT, e A.
Street, New York N. Y. IV riRCHT ChrlHtenaen and wlfiClementine or grantees : Loul* II. I..ard. Richardson and Lewis, H. M. WI.on. L. Powell i
. CHANEva'Mltchum Sarah
V ; .
FMHIIUAJ Ch.rl. ;: . .
on : L. H. Powell,
You are required to appear If. Chrltenn, whom known a* .I" husband who* F. C.
November 13, 1945, In the above (' BU Louis. and If dead hi* unknown Rlch.rd.on. St.Loul Insrton, trustees of said dissolved corporation
':. Plaintiff v*. Christopher known addrcH* wa* F. last known addres***
I..t Roy foreign
, named Court and cause, wherein and If doad the unknown I.g.te.* or grantees; and If dead : The Bapt.t Home a quarter; and
Le Mltchutn D.t.ndant Mo.. If alive; Francis O. Hicks,. *, Mo., If alive; of Monroe west
' plaintiff seeks dlvorre. Bradford legatee* orwr.nle. an-t. membership f SjoV
wl. ,
, Hik. the unknown
. County Telegraph shall publish this ""oRDEIt such a* an alv.; and dead the unknown de"l.e.. defendant County, N. Y. a better description nd North half .fr
PUBLICATION derenlant. tee*, or
,Issues.Witness OP *, or .rant.e. said and a betteraddress Northwest
Order In next four weekly dead Char lex .1.0 d.vl.e. .ran- David Rlchert of tidn quarter
and AND NOTICE TO ; I. Churchil. a* aa ; being
official uch
of of
hand .. tee*
my FLORIDA to: Chrltopher known a* < If. C"urchil. de.ndant. last whose last known address wa*
seal Florida this October STATE known a.i dead: Charlen unknown: Atlantic and Gulf Land
, at Starke whose addresiin 'Mary F. County West Mas*., If alive! and
Lee Oxford M.dford.
dissolved Florida
I. 145.OFFICIAL. )111.hum. 73 M. F. If alive; and I It: known address waa Corporation, a
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas : AIN.3U50611 fn.5(6 APO Engineer 182, % dead Chur.hll. hairs,, devisees. Maine, If alive; and If dead hi. unknown 01- If sees, or; Charles d.vl- corporation, and Taylor E. Overby
0" Air devisees. legatee l"lat.e. irant.e. and M. K. Halloway.
As Clerk of said Court. of such h.I.*, Susan F. T.
f, Ban Francisco Calif. legatee* or granites d.r.n- H. ; H.w"t
, T. Frank I"ndrum. Starke. Florida Postmaster to appear on a dead: Ltl. Clark grantee*; Fraatu. a. Hill. Indlvleu- T. Rlchere; If alive; and If d..d trustees dissolved corporation

., Atty. for Pit. 10-11 4t 111IN November You are 6 required, 1945. In the ab.v.n.m.d d.nt.whose last. "I.known aedr. LoiAngeles ally and a .e. If alv.: .. the unknown heirs, devisee*, ; Bradford Bank, a detunc
1 dead hi* heir. corporation, a
allvs ant Florida
,1 Cuurt and cause, wherein Calfrnia. I ; or grantee*; Hellen M. tee* or grantee* of such defendant said defendant and the
ClnOt'lT COI'HT. BHAI KO nCnil'VTY. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford if dead devisee 1"latee. known H"Ien M. Hill. aa are dead; Amanda Robin- scription.of. ufA
saia corporation quarter
1% ClltNCRRY. shall publish *, legatee* or grantee*; Paul Katherlne Robinson WalterH. names oc Tne trustees OK :
'. FLOIlllltl County Telegraph 11\\Ive and If dead her unknown ton; ; unknown Bradford
: :
and wlf Kathryn
," weeklyWl'tnein C. Cohenhaner. Roblnaon If alive and If dead b.ln&
next four ; :
this Order in or grantee
Plaintiff vs.Or F. If alive; and I It, devisee' *, legatee unknown heirs devisees legatee Lumber % dl..olv.d
Cuh.nlaner. jf the ,
William T. O. If alive: and ,
C. M. Hopkln. and C. J. MeGehee -
devisees. *; corporation,
. ace Wrl.h. Defendant.Case my hand and ofrl.lal dead heirs, deviseeslegatee or of such d.t.n.
Bon..rl. unknown Ir.nt.. Black-
of such de- dead hi* J. C. Groft and C. D.
. N. .eal at Htarke Florida thin Octolvr l"I.lee. or grantees J. E. Howe dan* am ; C. R. Sapp 11alive
; dissolved
.010.ORDER dead K. O. Crawford or well trustee of ald corporation -
; ,
PUBLICATION a* are lranl.e. ;and If doad hi* unknownheirs
1 19U.OFf'WTL unknown
3, hi
If alive and If dead hi* unknown If alive; and deae the address of said C. D
AND NOTICE TO SEAL) A. J. Thomas. ; ., or grantees
APPEAI ( or grantee d.vl..
helm I..atee. Palm
*. ,helr, devisee*, legatee* or d.vl..e. I'lat"e. husbandA. being W..t Each.
STATE OF ; A sa.ld Court. whose ) ; Can D. Ilackwel
Delmar G. of
Grace lioncarts Welch, 3215 Beverly T. Frank Ijindrum. Htarke, Florida grantee*; K. 8. Crawforl and wife *; was lal.. Lul. Scott, Jr., If alv.; and I ., the addrl.. d.-
California. 4t Annie. Crawford, If ; and If known addr. towll. other and a bet.r
Blvd. Hollywood. for Plf. 10-B 10-2 .lv. If unknown h"lr. devisee ,. defendant.
If alive
devUee*. ; being ;
Aty unknown
I You are required" to appear on dead 11. of such d*- devisees, l 1"8al'e. or grantees l.gatI8H. or Irant.e. ot. such de- Inc., a dissolved .
above or grantee* Brevard
In the H
November 12, 1945, I..alee. Ellaabeth whos t.ndant. aa ar. ; Henry Properte. 8
and r'V
wherein COI'VTV ferula ins a* are doad : Edward ; South halt Nor'fh1! .Hlln
named Court and cause I KdmontCrawnhaw last known Lul. Chas. E,.
divorce. Bradford OUNTYFI.OHI Craw.haw. also known a* *, alive and If dead the unknown P. R. Northwest quarter.? gu "f
plaintiff :. ; Lmon.
JIIIHii dead
.k. ( and If
III.U.OI. Laura F. Mo., If ; and P. LWatson "d
wlf W. *
and M. >
this alv. quarter nf ""'
shall :
publish helm Lmon. North
devisee 01granteeaof Wal.on.
County Telegraph \. PIOII.\T" known addres known d.vl..e., legateea, 01 *, I.gat.e., dl..olvedcorporaton e
Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness In ret KHtat* ofArehlhald Craw.haw. who. last n.h' A. James also known such defendant a* are trustees cept 10 acres |,, North quar'
official seal wa St. Louis, Mo., if alv.; grantees; : Live Oak Bank a de and MI
my hand and H. Green Wllbert A. James. If alive; and dead: F. C. Bharpe If alive; and 11 quarter !
at Htarke, Florida this October 10 Deceased.To and If dead the unknown > .dead hlfi unknown helm, devisee*. dead his unknown ctevlseea,. corcoraton. a west quaiter excent "' No
of If .ndthe
liar- legatee* or grantee* *uc description of Northeast i?
.U5. . Had P. s vl..e. Henry W legateex, or ; James A,. corner nd ?
iOFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas, InK Al'I.'m.C..I..or l>e... AKalnsHsld defendant* a* are wife d"adt!Helen JoseplCraWBhaw MCrawshaw l"lat.e. and or "; Jordon Sh.rlan. who.. last. known ad. names of thw trustees of Bradford said. Southwe.t quarte? f*? h l

As Clerk nf said Court.T. KstslnYou Jr.. and known addresses were Keene New Hampshire, corporation belnn unknown; quarter; nnd Northu- ., "ortl1Bouthwe.t
Frank I.andrum.Ilark.J\ Ilorlll each of you are hereby If alive; and I dead th<. New whole York N. Y., If alive; and II If .; and if -lead hi* unknown Company a better de.crlpton quart.: I"""'

Atty. for 1.3 notified ant ane required" to pre..ntany unknown Illr.,nuch devl.defendant" l.gate.a. the unknown*. helm, d.vl.e.. legatee*, or grantees of said -lefendant being .nknown..: quarter; ana half 'V'1
Land Corporation, a 'N
which you or granteo ) Florida west
d.mand. of such de- : Volnoy Shtpman and wlfi quarter ot ..
WOT1CK OF KI.KCTION are dead; Myr. D. DavU, als< I.gat. or grantee* \ : solved Florida corporation, and B ter; and South * '
or either of YOI. may hav. a".ln.t dead: George Emily P. Shlprrmn If alive; and Southwest
las' a*
The Hoard of Pul.lln In.tructon the estate of Archlhale U. known .. Davis, whose 1111- Joy t.ndant. wife.r. 3. Joy, If dead the unknown heir, devisees M. Gilbert. Alfred Hughes, and Fred Northwest quarur u? !n"

of Bradford County d.cla..d. late .aid County to known address was Chl.ato. known a Ella L, also known legatees, or granteea of auch E. OlbertL trustees of aald cor quarter; and nfculh
unknown -
calls and irives notice of an el.ctnn the J U d g e of Bradford not* .If alv.; and Ella L.. T. L, If alive: and It defendants a* are dead: Mary SllvaIf ; Florida Land and S
01 *
devisees legatee a SW
office In the Co. a dissolved Florida r
Tuesday, Immigration
to he held on County at hla unknown alive; and If dead her unknown .
.mb.r 6. 1(45 In each of the following court Florlea.4t aald County at grantees; n.orl' Dlack, If alive; dead the heirs, devisee, *, or grantee cor porn t Ion, the names of the
heir devisee legatee or .u.h def.n. I..ale. nafrfi3a
Special I I Tax eight cat and grantrea of said corporation being ?
numbered Htarke "'lorlea. wihin' I de.d JohrDlack dant a* are dead; W. E. Knight II *; G. W. Skyenne, If alive; and trustees t ,
of said County at time of the legatee or gr.nte..; Florida Railroad Company -
School Ol.trlct. nndur and If dead hi* unknownhelm 'It dead hi* unknown heirs devisee*. unknown; Southeast Vid "S
house (for white of this If alive; and if hi* unknown alive; a corporation, a better description -"h
the first publication nole. legatees or quarter of
publo devisees legatee* or grantee grantees; Mary Ship- NoithweF
or"rant.eH ,
devlHeex, legatee* P.
said for demand shall heirs, of said defendant and th<
each dlatrl. Each claim or Jessie M. Ladd. If alive; and man If alive; and If un Southeast quarter
If i
each said district to .I.ct thr.e (3)trustees and nhall state) the place ; Thomas Dlckion a- dead; her unknown heirs, devisees known helm, devisee*de.e, 01 names of 'he trustees of said corporation quarter of Nortliea
writng. heirsdevlseeH If legateea.
for If dead hi* unknown unknown J. L
and the office ; ;
and pout .
a."ea. milag. aedr. Edward legatee* or grantees; Dante grantees; Thomas J. bon!
hall be legatees or grantee*; Slatery. Company a betteidescription'
the ensuing two (() ,.au of the claimant and Marlon W. HaLlndsey whose last known addr. Harvey .

For the purpose holelnl said to be the el.lmant. hln al.nt. or' N. Dlck.r.on. and if alive wife; ,and Mary Llndsey;; Mertle L In d Llndaeyi' ) Cook County, 111.I if alive; .and II of said defendant being -.
or nickernon, Company
-election In each dl.lrlct th. following attorney such Caroln. devisee I. Ltndfiey; F.d 1.lnd..y; ., dead his unknown heirs, devisees, unknown; Pura Water
volil unknown
manairnr* are appointed: demand rot .o fl.d .hal ". helr.. defendants and If dead the unknown heirs de- '.gale. or grantees; Aron Smith, a dissolved Florida corporation quarter of Northeast
legateuu or and H. P. Leach P. S.
iNIHVIonfffrlttt UREFN. of .uehd.f.ndanty : and if dead hla unknown Lach.
To i Nrkottl lllntrlri No. 3 An administrator of Eotatj are dead; Thomas Dlxon vl..I.gatee. or dead grantee F.H Long. alve, deviates. or and J. B. Henry trustees S
are ;
alIve and If dead hi* unknown a* I"g.t.e. ofSir
4, If ; .ran- Company
Rat ey-Hamby
October -
publication 194. corporation t
First tees
O. O. PearceAaron helm or grantees If alive; aiiit If dead his unknown ; Ch.rle. F. Smith who.
106 4t dissolved Florida -
Mlnton 10-2 Elizabeth d.vla..e. 1"latee., alive; and heir, devliee*. legateea or .ran. address wa* Wl., a corporation Emma Northwest quarter of
Hob ETown dead; her unknown heirs, tee*; Jeff Lone, If alive; If alive; and If dead his unknown and Thomas Hamby quarter; and west quarter"nf"half
C.. C. Tldwell.Nlsrke. ) OF TUB If d.vl- helm deviseeslegatee heirs, devisees, M. Hamby and L. E. Blssell. trustees of Northwest
TUB W. P dead hla unknown or
IV : quarter
COtRT or grantee* I.aat.e. of ft
C.ntW'T see*, .ran- McNTenny .
KirillTII '.' OF I..atee. .hi* wife. Zaldae W or grantee*: Aaron Long- 1..1; R. H. .1.0 at of aald corporation; Jlla east quarfr, anil Northvem .

..>.1.! Tux Hrhonl llUtrlrt Me. 3 FI.OHIItAl.llnU'.AL FOR BIIAOFOHI1 UoroulI, also known a* Zalden wUorough whose lust known eddresiwa Richard H. Smith If alive; and I and her husband ter; and North half North

F. DemorestT. .\ and If dead th County 111., if alive; and dead his unknown helm, devisee Tenny. whose last known addresseiwere quarter of Suuthwem
IV CH If ; quarter
N. Kendrlck rOI'VTY C"IY. alv. .. If dead his unknown heirs, devisees,. U-gatees, or granteea; Dwlght M, Minneapolis, Minn.; if alive: '
JR. unknown devisees, legateei J S.i.? 8liu'h l
Paul Bridges W. tl IDWAHfS. helrl. ai or grantee*; Edward Me- Snow al.40 known D. M Snow, and If dead their unknown heirs. .
of nuch .
L A.. Reynolds.l. AND KULA-M, KDWARDSPlaintiff or are granted dead: Elizabeth det.ndant.A. Douglas. I.gatee.Knight if alive; and if dead hi* un- and wife Maria A. Snow, If alive;; devisees, I I. I"I.e.If or alive grantees and If: and North half ,t v thul ,

nwteypcrlal whose last known addre** known he Ira, devlseua, legatees 01 and If dead tne unknown heirs, devisees Joseph P. JcCuleY ; r ?' Southweluartpr,

Tn. He-hoot DUtrlrl Me. 0 folk County, Mass., If alive wo.; juf- Ir.nt.e.; J. J. McLeod and wife legatees, or grantees of such dead his helrl. devisees Southwest quiii to >f jork

J. S. Au.UnTroy THO'MAS J. dead her unknown helr. devisee*. P. McLeod, also known atKmUhle defendant-; are depd; Arthur R. legatees or grantees; quarter of Soutlm,
Bennett tRRIN. or grnntepH; Drol- McLeod( If alive; and II Snyder, If -alive; and If dead his <3> North halt uf M, ttin t i"rtV

A. 1 U. Harley TAMHI4 AI. I. l"laleo" If alive: and if dead hit dead the.unknown devisees,. unknown heirs, devisees, legatees. AND TO ALL PERSONS HA VINOOH Southeunt
Carl IlllllurdVaiirlrrtilK N'r Dnfpndants.Illl.I. alu''In. li'lra devisees, legatee. 01Krantee 1.atee. or grantees uch de- or grantees: Aupuste Sommerktonwhose CLAIMING ANY INTEREST IK quarter of North, i lunrtw

Duncan If alive as are dead; David W. MoNalr lust known address was THE DESCRIBEELANDS Southeast quarti cl
liulrlrt N... 10 TO ..TI.F *; nrastus B. f.ndanl. N.w J'UIOWINt Suutli
Tn Nrhool
8..1 .I'.FT and If dead 111* unknowr whoxu last known addremwa York N. ', If alive: and If dead : quarter ot Not the UF <|u rltr
M. Norinnn Hr, NOTICE AND TO helm, 1 legatee* or Warsaw, Womln" County,. his unknown heirs, devisees, lega. Lots 35, 88 and 44, In Woodlawn. Southeast qunrti-i inrte tof
( C. Hutchison 8TITK OF FLORIDA: "ran- If If dead hit tees, or grantees James In Meetl.i.i 10; The quarter .
TIIF3 toes; A, l 11.r"t.ln Honn, J. L. New York : ; T. Soutter ISouthweHt | 0ut)
41. R. Alvares To: Til, following named ,! A Company; I'almcr Urothers; EarRteln unknown holrs, devixeps, l K.te.< Individually and as Trustee ol of Southwest (luarter 1J..t ol quarter; and No th "ulf of *

Russell Norman srrllied mill classified der.ndlnt. and I enliman: Klvner and or ; Ebon O., McNalr a Railroad Company a corporatlon. Hallway; and Northwest ol east quarter of Ktutheam ou,

irahsm No. nv n.un.I., ilorerlbed and classified Steam*; Moaher. Urothers; M. Fer.1 ir.n.a LIur. V. McNalr, wliono last If nllve: and I dead hit Southeast quarter; and Houtheasl less RlKht of Wll} )f Kallnay
.1..1.1 TnTh..l I below to.wlt: ; & Company; Llpuman" Brother.; 13. known waa "'.rHaw. Wy- unknown h"lr. devisees, 1.lltee., quarter of Southeast quarter, ol South hlllt of Southwest quir

S. McKlnneyR. WavdlnHorry el) J. AcoBtu ; whone lust known addreHH omlnl County New York I alve;: grantees, r-r succossorr; Ir. Northeast quart.r; and South hall and South halt ,f Soiithcait q

The following I"mee e.r.ndant. wu* Havunnah a dead the unknown IIIIII. also known as Stal ut South Southwest quarter ter of Suiitheaxt quarter leu I

DvalWiley Edmondson who ale r..ldenl. ttat. better description of .U.orlla. visees, legatee* or Irant.ea such her husband W. J, stal. of Southwest quarter; and way Rletht of Wns and Eutof

1"lnrld"l' dant and each of them un- d"t.nd"nl. a* ; Marie ling*. If Bllve; and If dead the un South half of Southwest quarter ol HouthWBHt ciuurti.if South
New Itlverprvliil II, Hill. al.i> known asI b.ln" McNalr 'whoso last known known heirs, devlMeps In 12;
DUIrIrt Ne. 13 Lnu" known. In existence; defunct Louise legatees, of ; S"CUOI quarter oxcept pan !> dndfMairyarl -
Tn" School JI Hill Emma Hill; Annie I Minneapolis Minn., II grantees of such defendants North half of Lots ; all
Will AndrewsRuntlcn : : ; : unknown, addreaa wan as are anil Travford, Intlon
Lou tlodwln' ; piI'Cr&y GodwinJohn legatees, eranteex/or luccesaor* ot alive; and if dead her deadMAX. SI.arn. whose last Loll 19 and 41, leas Right ofVa 34; douthmiKt quiintr
Kthan K.ley Godwin: A. 'I such firms severally and collectively *, devisee*, legatee* or grantee known . was Savannah, of State Road No .1 and Right ol Northeast luarter, and t tof

wife Abbln S. Harley; H. Smith; ,' a* art .1 funct and the m.mber. *; John McRae altno known ai Ga., If tllve; and If dead his un Way of Seaboard Line Railway; Southwest quarter of Northi
Obi Jloodyllellhronsi
Foster 8hl Smiths J. A. Howe; Cor thereof .severally. : Martin L. Eas- John Mclea. Individually and a.Tru.t. known, devisees, 1"late.l. OF lit Section 1; South half of Loti quarter; and WeHt half of V

erlal Ts Hrhool Itutrlrt No. IS n.l. D. Long; Florence B. Powel known as Martin Railroad Company grantees; Ada Stewart, : and 3 and 4; .1 Lots 1, 2, 5, 6, T. west quart.-r of Suiithweit yu

J. S. >Hwnp" ; Martha. A, l'ow.1 Woods; I.rhrnol. al., .. la at L a cJrloraton. if alive; and If dead her unknown heirsdevi. M, 14,' 41. 42, ,''and 44 In Wood- West of Railway night of v,

Freda Clark Luther lw.l; \ 1 Qahaghan of- nddrev* KenoHha,, VVIs., If allve If dead heir, devisees sees, lewat.e., OT Il'ant.e.; Jullut lawn; also Northwest quarterol and Kast naif of Southeant QUIT

Carter ; Powell: The City ; dt-ud hi* unknown legatees, grantees, or successor Stewart if alive: hli Southeast quarter o f Northeast In Section 35; Went half of Xi

nu..el Starke, n, Florida municipal corporation n.alf. legatee* or grantees .: William C. M.gll. also known unknown heirs, d.vl...., legatees,. quarter; In Section 14; Lot 1, 2, 4i east quarter of Northeast 0,111

Tuly It Ulna- ; ; Mary n.. E."tebrook., also a* W. C. Magil. wife, Mary or grantees; Lemi.e' B. Stoughton. : West half nf Lt 19, Lota 20. and Northwest quarter of Do
en: ., C. last known ad.dre. also known a*. Louise stoughton 29, West half of 30 and nf Nurllmut
... Krhool UI'r..t Ne. 10 known known as Mary . JI"ill. whu.. Lot Lot east quarter qun
.1. T. Lllllfl M..o Anlr.w., also and whone last known address way Evanwton 111., If alive whose laat known address was 39, 40, 41, 44, and half of Lt and We t halt of Hnulhwnt uiof

If. B. KelleyCauley Crosby Llllle M. Andrew, If alive; KenOHhn, Win., If alive; and If ; and If dend the unknownh.ln. Cook County. 111.. If' alive; and 11 45, In Woodlawn; In Section : Northeant quarte, and .V

Crosby If doad hi>r unknown heirs Char-, devisees ,' dead her unknown devisees, devisees, l.gate. or grantees dead her unknown, d.vl..e., Lots 37 3.8, 47 48. 51, and 62, InWoodlawn east quarter of Southwett qunof

Harry Lewisllronker li>g-atees. or grantees: legatees or grantees: D. H. Edwarda of uch d.rendanta a* are dead; I"lat.e., or Iranl..I; Sul.Jlvan ; In Section 18; Lots 13, North ant quarter and Hi

lea H. Bailey. If alive; and If dead if alive: and If dead hla unknown Manuel i>. Jonu.lan. If alive; and "tve If dead his un 14, 15, and 18 South of Graded west quarter of Northeant qu>

_. flnl Tn. Nrho l Itlstrlpt Nu. ./ his unknown h.I'a. d.vlnees, legatBf h.lra. d.vt.e.*, legatee* or If dead I. helm, de- known devisees, legatees, or Road; and all of Lots. 17, 18, 19 20! and South 3-4 if Gant hill
J. B. Kd wards, Hr.L. or vi-aiilrea; Hal.y. grantee*; D. It. *, Jr., It vlaees, legateea or grantee*; George Irant.e. P. Tauqnarry and 29, 30 31, and 32; and South hall Northwest quarter .f South

\. KowlerClyde whoae I la t known addrea and IftlHad. alive; and If duad hln unknuwnhelr. Martin and w
Cone irtlca. New York, If alive; devisees, legatee*, or gran Martin, If alive; and It dead the alive; and If dead the unknown 68, and 60, 62, In Woodlawn;; west quarter of Sotithvait
Lee Oalney. her. unknown, deviseesItKiiteMx itl -. I. : M. K. Edward*. If alive; and unknown heirs, deviheea, legatees heirs, d.vl..R. legatees, or gran- la Section 17; Lot 59 In Woodlawn;: and Sou*liwent quarter of 8"

10-5 5t 113IM or 1.nle..: Laura l. if..dead her unknown devisees or granteea of uch d.fendant. an tees, such defendants a* arc In Section 18; Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, S. 6, 8It east quarter; and ffmithwfit qter

Mell and hir lj. K. 1.1..1.It legatee* or grantees; Clara are dead; D.lphln. Jlatt.on. whose dead; Mary A. Taylor If 'alive;; 18, 18, 34, 35. 45, 4d. 6. and 52 ; and Houlh half it South

alive: 'ind It dead the M. Etter, If alive; and If her lat known addresa ., and If dead her unknown heirs. In Woodlawn, In Section ; Lots 6. of Northeast quarter if North

ciHcriT ('o..I'r. nil \IIPOIIIIron helm, devlawei), leiiatpe* or irran unknown, devisees, New Yerk If alive: and It dead her d.vl. .". legatees, or grantees; 6. 10, 11. 12. 15, 18, IT, 18. 19. 20, quarter ;and Kant half of North

dead; 10UA. Uall.on Hln" Jr. II and If dead hi* unknown heir*, de- or grantee. ; Germain Mathlon. known address was Rock fort., of Lot 38, all Lots 4344, 47. 48. 49,. Northwest quarter, and South
Iva Milliard, Plaintiff, vs. John vla.e. legatee*, or grantees; Bell whose lait known aeerease. Maine, If ullve; and If dead his unknown 60 53, 40, 63, and 64, In Wood- of Northwest quarter of North

H. Milliard. Defendant. Cae No. alive: an<,1 l If dead the unknown A. Floyd Individually and as Administratrix Louts), Mo., It If dead heirs, d.vl."e., J.gat.I., or lawn; In Section 20; Southeast quarter; and South half of N

4048. heirdevls..., l"I,18el or &r.n-arefl"d of the Extute of David her unknown heir, devisee*, legatee grantees; .. Thorpe .. last quarter of Northeast quarter; and west quarter; In Section 3 i

ORDER OF PUBLICATION tees of f>uch d.r'ndant. as Floyd, deceased. alive; and If *, or grantees; H O. Mile* known address was Lowell. Ma. .,. East half of. Northwest quarter ofNorth.a.t the foregoing land being lit

AND NOTICI TO APPEAR ; J. H. l08tck hi* wle,, dead hi* unknown I devisee, and Company a better descriptionof If alive; and I dead his unknown quarter: and loulhwe.t In Township Five ((6)) South, K'
Pfc. a
STATE to: Mary I. .. said defendant unknown heirs, devisees of Northwest Bnd
Iu.tck. or gran quarter In
uranteei. ; beln 1.&ateeO. Two (22) East
ad- h.gale.. .ucc..eor. Twenty
John. H. HII.rd. whose address is: I. Do.tck. .. lust known David Floyd. If alive: and If whose last .ddr. was tees; J. M. Truby, .: and If cept 10 acres. In Southeast corner!: County, Florida;

..803-1703 HIl Ser. Co. Avn.. erea. n'rl.n County nl* unknown devisee*, legateea New York N. Y., If In exigence; dead his unknown heirs, de" and W..t half of Southwest quarter GREETING:

10.lma.ter. San v.: and If the or ; Floyd II, If defunct tlM unju>uwirltflrs I devisees legatees, or .rant.el; Alr.d Lynn ; Southeast quarter ol n4
Francisco, Calif. hell's derlnee*. I."atee., or "ran. whose arante. address waaWlnthrop legatees4ranlte*, a'nd suc- Turner ,,ljo L. Southwest quarter; and Southwest W. M. Kdwards, Jr having: WfEula '

You are required to on t.ea of Biicli a ,.Mass., If alive; and If c..eor. of .uld flint and the member Turner and his wife Caroline Turner quarter of Southeast quarter o t M. Rlwards Blllofi
1946, In the dead; W. F. Godwin and wife Annie thereof severally y LasaruaMohr whose last known addresses Northwest and Northwest this Court their sworn
:;::.' known dead his unknown heirs, d.vl.e., ; quarter; the nature
'beojt anil cause, Lou Godwin whose la.t QeorKla legatees, or grinteea; H. individually and as Trustee, were Chicago 111., If alive: and If quarter of Northeast quarter of80Ithwe.t ( plaint In this suit, IH to deteri

divorce. addres* wis Berrlen C"nty. FOB, Individually, and aa Trustee, whose last known address wa dead the 'nknown devisees, quarter: and South hall purpose ot which to
-ounty Telegraph shall publish If alive; and If d..d unknown and as Trustee of Woodlawn Syndicate Chatham County Georgia If alive; legatees, or grantees of such de North".t quarter of Southwest the title of the described plaintiff to
Order oricrantee
this ,
Issues. In next four weekly helr. devisee., l"i"t.e.are and hla wife, Lillian W. Fona.ilao and If rldad hi. unknown 1.11., fendants as ar. dead: James S. quarter; and ,West half of Southwest land herelnabove Bb.otatfslmpls

hand and official 1 .. a known a* Lillian Fo*, whoselast Jevlxees, I.sate.* or Irant.e.; Tyler If .; and If dead hi.unknown qu.rt.r of Southeast quarter; good and sufficient all clalroi

'Vlne. my. Florltla this October dead; 10"tck.0.dwln Company ald defendant known addresses were Cambridge iella S. Monroe .al at better nddress Rochester New York or .: Wals If and West half ol Interests of the oVfenatntj
1945.OFFICIAL J. H. Bostlclc Mas*., If alive; and If dead wa allve quarter; and to
unknown; If alive and If dead her unknown ; and If dead her unknown Southwest f each of them In
h.lnj the unknown heir, devisees, legatee : quarter o
< SEAL) A. J. Thomas dotnKbusiness North.a.t determine"remove
As Clerk nf said Court.Zach and Godwin, firm partner name* and *, or grantees of *uch defendant heir, devliee*, legatee* or .ran- heirs, devices, legatees, or grantees quarter of Southeast passed upon and the plti"'
the a* arc dead; Woodlawn Syndicate tee*: J. L. Iorrl.on. also ; Wllilam Wai, whose last Southwest quarter o f Northea.tquart.r clouds upon i
H. Gainesville Fla Naomi et
Douglas, style of & Godwin: and If dead known addres* was Ma.. title to said land, to qu
Section ot
Atty. for Plf. 10-5 4t 10-24 10.tlek. and If dead her a better description of said I. F. Morrl.on. ; ; |Ir. JU East half mle hand
IJostlck. ; firm being unknown. If In existence hi* unknown heirs, devisees, If alive: and It dead his unknown Southwest quarter o f Southeast firm the plaintiffs

unknown holrs, lexatee Jr. If : and If defunct the unknown teea or Irant...; F, Mouln. If a- helm, devisees, legatees, or grantees quarter; In Section 22; All Block. In which bill of .

I* riRCI'IT COI-IIT. BHADFOHn or Brantepa; A. L Bradley, helra, legatee grantees, llve; dead 11. ; D. Mr. \"lman. whose la.t 4, 5, and 6, and all Block ex plaintiffs state that -rt- '
hi unknownholrs d.viee. .
: >ITY, FLOHIUAI IN CII..N. alive; and If or of said firm and the Heirs, devisees, I.eatee., or grantees known .dur.. Louis, ., 816 feet East and West hy 210 there are personk lnter "
CKRY. d.vl.. *. legatee* or .ran. nl.mb.r. thereof.severally and collectively ; Jame* E. If alive: If alive: and If dead his unknown North and South In Southwe.tcorner land herein Involved n m"J1

John David Cain Plalntft. v*. tee.; I.. l.dl.v. If heir alive* : I, ; Edwin 8. Foster If alive; and If dead hi* unknown heir, de- helr. devisees, legatees, or gran and belonging' to the Methodist above described whone v''"'

Catherine Tarwater, a. d..d hla f.., I .nd If lead hi* unknown heirs, devisee vlnoes, le..tee. or ;.grantee*; R. *; Norton D. W.rkhela.r.I a- Episcopal Church South Mrs. unknown to them. certain P rtlrms
Catherine Tarwater Cain. Defendant. legatee* or .r.nt. *; Muse Muse ifllve llve; and If ther nam-d therein
If dead hi* unknown *, I..t.e. or grantees; Thoma Eugenia H. C. Dodd and Mrs. A. L. Godwin: a"iby
Case No. 4070 If allva legatee* orgranteei 9. Foster. If alive: and If dead hi* ; and If dead the unknownheirs. heirs, devisees, legatees., or grantees al of Block 14, and tne South hal and corporatlnni the aio K

ORDER OF PUBLICATION heirs, d.v..ea.Kradshaw and unknown heirs, d.vl.eea. legateea, devisees, I..t.or iran- : Mary P. -White. If alive; and Block 15. all In'East . name to them, *" "
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ; Frank N. If alive or grantees; Nellie VS. Frank and teea of mich detendant a If dead Her unknown heirs, devisees per plat recorded -In the public tiffs, but as not .&

8TATW OF FLORIDA to: Cather- wife, Kimi LaJune1 Brad.h.w.heir-I husband Chnrlea Frank If alive; lead; Matilda N.I.on. ; and legatees, or grantees; C. F. rucords of Bradford County Florida the said plaintiff". n"'l".Vany

i Tarwater, also known a* Cath- ; and If dead the of such ind If dead the unknown heirs, de- If dead her unknown heldevl.- Whltlock and wife Ellen C.. Whit- In Sections 23 and 24; The of them are dead

e Tarwater Cain, 110-A Second devisees, legatee.or dead grantee B. 8.* Brown vl..e. .q.te.*, or grantee. of suchlefendants lees, l.g.t.e., or .rant.e.: Ann B.Moyes lock If alive; and If dead the unknown North half of the South"a. quarter

reet. Ulakely hl.nd. Mobile, Alama d.t.ndanll. .a.E are ;If alive and a* are dead: Martha C.rink. If alive; dead herinknown heirs, devisees, I..t.e. orgranteea of the qlart.r: and
Urown ;
devisee*, If alive; and If dead her unknown i heirs, devisee, legatees, of such as are the 430 feer of in the property ginnboM
You are required to appear on If dead th.unknown.heirs of ,such de heir*, devisee*, I..t.e. or >r grantee*; George W. Naaon also dead: Ervln B. Whitney, whose last 'V..t nt Southeast quarter of a'nd. Tf p to b

> B, 1045, In the above legateea or .rant. A. trantee*; Anastasla uam.on. alo : known a* Oeor. W. Mason, w ose known iddreas was Bomervllle. Northwest quarter, in Section scribed dead,
.med Court and cause whereinuialntlff '.ndant. : Ch.rl.* mown a* Anaatasla C. aalllson. If Ila.t: .. wa blc.o. Mass., If nllve; and If dead his unknown Interested therein;

seeks annulment. BradTsl Brown, ..heir If alive;; : If, dead legatee hi** lllve; and If dead her unknownheir. i 111., If alive; and if ,dead un- d.vl..e., legatees, or 24; and commencing And having m /n.r7iln| [ !
unknown ,
Countv Telegraph shall pub- : also *, devisee*, legateea or graneei known heirs, devisee*, legatee* or .rantee.; Eben N. Wlllcox and at the Northeast corner1 of

Huh this Order In next four weekly or .rant.; Thoma Thomas ,also ; Harold H. Galllaon. If alive; rrantee*; Mary I*. Overlook whose '.' I.. Wlllcox whose Northwest quartei w t Northwest above described land .P.fendant ."!/

IsStMtS.Witness. known Known a* T..*J. Eurrln; and hi* wife ind I dead hi* unknown heirs, deirlsee last known address w a Cook !??' k"own address was Detroit quarter of Section 24, and running to the said W

my hand and oftlcl.1 E. also known .. legatees, or grantee*; Kathirlne bounty. 111. If alive: and If dead Mich., If-alive; and If dead South to land of C. H. Hill, thence plaint;
' attk.: .. Florida. J.a".t. Burrln Galllaon. If alive and her unkn.wn heir*, de.I..e., legaees. known devisees, legatees, or 5gjrkBA
Burrln, also known a* h"rU"t ; West on line of said land 7SO feet And having <> m nil/.lrt
lr. It unknown de- : or grantee F. M. Packham. grantees as are
heirs, ; d.t.ndant. South (30 feet. West 60i> feet.
the heir*, legatee vl..1 lelal.e. .rant.e.
Aa Clerk' unknown d"vl..e. .
of said Court defendant 1. a* Extcutor leirs, devisees, legatee* or graneei Julia K. Wllloox. If alive; and If thence Northerly 1000 feet East 18 order ,
I H. 517 Building. or of such T. Burrln If the Etat of Katharinea. : M. E. Padgett, If alive; and If dead the unknown devisee, feet to point of beginning. In Sections making of and an parties .K.M
FUAtty' *or puIK a* arc ; lead hi unknown devisee, legatees, or grantee such dendants persona
.akan.I. < hi unknownheir O&l.on. If alive; and It dead 13 and 24 containing 20
alive anj If dead ; '
LO.I *,; dcvtnee*, legattea or gran- lls heirs, devisee*. legaees le.atle., or .r.nt.1; Ida Parrlah, as are dead: John H. acre* more or less; South half of & & >% &
*, and ; Bertha :and her unknown nd wife Rose Wil "'
and .u..or. 'Vlllam. Lwl. Northwest of Northwest than
Reubln J. Burrln If quarter
lee*: ; days nor more ,/
al.. devisees, legatee* or alive and If
CIHCl'IT COfHT. BHAnKORDFLOHIUit devlsees If alive; helr ; un and Northeast of the nia i"
If dead hi* unknown *, quarter; quarter dat of
the *
. Helen Jose phi n e Parsons, known heirs, devisees legatees
4IJN'rv. t\ CHANLlndor. Reuien her devisee*, ; or Northwest
Horn tees or granteeif quartei except 3Vs acres
.. ; or grantee*; M. whose laat known addres* wa* rranteea nf such defendant as arelead rTr'ig.? THEREFORE. SJ L
F. Burrln If alive; and dead 1"lat.e. Eatrlc. In Northeast corner and 5 acre* In
'fn. V*. Henry XI unknown I and husband ). GIN Itochester, New York I alive; and ; C. J. Williamson; L. L. Williamson Southeast corner and a piece of and '"
Plalntrf. ; !
.Under . No 4071. tees or grantees h.I.; Ktuben d..I..e.T. Burrln I..a- >ert. If alive; and If dead the unknown If dead her unknown : If alive: and If dead the land 345 feet North and South and above that named, deslirnaieu ind ff

ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND 1, d.vl.*, I..tee. or legatee or ; B. unknown heirs, devisees, .,
and his wife Caroline a. Burrln. If le.ate. 6SO feet Bast and West lying West fled are hereby requiir ( rf
NOTICE TO APPEAR trantee* of such a* are Paty. whie last known or grantees of such '%
alive ami if dead the unknowntielrit def.neant. of State Road No. 13. less 1 3-4 plaintiff
BTATH ; hua- Middlesex County Mas*., IfiHve .re dead P. K. Wilson alive herein to ?
OF FLORIDA T-Sgt. lead; Surah J. Ol.a.on : If ; onof
East side belna In North rt
dtviee acres
*, or grantees on f ,
; herein
1..8. and If dead hi unknown and If dead Ms plaint
H.n. 1.I"d.r.t3ntn7. O. N. Com- and Gilbert K. Gleason. If ; ; unknown heirs, delegatee -
of nuch a* are alv. half of Southeast quarter ot Northwest
> School Canp Wh..ler. Geor- ,lead; John W. d.f.ndanl.and wifeElian. 1 and If dead the unknown Heim, devisees, legatee*, or grantee .1.' .... *, or grantee*: J. E quarter; In Section 26; Northwest November. I9j5.J th* ' rlsees of suchlefendants *; Emma land husband, Wilson and wife A. published ,
and If or Pall order be ,
Lur. of Southwest
J. .ranle. .WI.on. quarter *
; quarter ,
Yon are required to appear on 1 1I. a* are ; P. Oouter loseph E. Paul If alive; and If ilso known aa ford County Telegraph ,
lead the unknown heir*, devisee*, Lura WI.on. a. of Northeast quarter; and Southeast .
November 5. 1915. In the above or grantee of such defendant I and K'If e Lula B. Gouger Ifillve lead the unknown helm, devisee*, llve: and If t of Northeast published In Bradford nIda.
egateea quarter Wtlve
nam.d Court and cause,, wherein m are dead; Hector Came ; and if dead the unknownlelrs or grantees of such de- heir*, d.vhe.., legateea, or .r.n- of Northwest quarter and West once a week tor
plaintiff dlvor -.. : devisees .legatee n* are dead Daniel Peaody of such defendants ; .
..ek. ( Bradford If alive and If dead hi* unknown or gran- ; t.e. half of Northeast of Northeast weeks.Clerk.
ron. ; quarter
County Telegraph shall I publish heirs, devisees, legatee* or t... of such defendant* a* are > who* last known addresseswere lead: Ernest C Weler. also known quarter ot Northwest

tll. In n.a four weekly grantee*; Jam** H. Campbell and leadVllllum; H. Graper, It alive; Alton New Hampshire and a. Ernest Wrier whose last and Northwest ouarter of.quarter Northwest ;
.. wife Helen A. whose last : and If dead his unknown heir, Uoneham, Aa.*., If alive; and If known s> 1 dr. s s was Vermllllon of Northwest

Witness my hand and official known addreis C.mpb.l. County, devl..e.. le-ratee* or grantees; W. lead hi* unknown devisees, County 111.. If alive; and If dead and South quarter 3-4 of the Bast quarter half of;
St.rk. "'Iorlda.' thl Oo- C. Oreen If alive and If dead hi egatees or anl.1 D. his unknown helm
.Kl.i Illinois, If alive; and If dead the ; & ; devisees. legatees Southwest quarter of Northwest Co"P*
tb.. uu.101..CIAL unknown heir, devisees, legatee* inknown d.vl.. legatee* [ eabody, whose laat known addres or grantees; Lottie A. Bhlp- quarter; and Northwest of Circuit
SEAL) A. J. Thoma., or grant*** of such a* or grantee*; Gudger. vas Ston.I..m. M...., If alive: and man. If alive; and If dead her unknown Southwest quarter 10
.I.rendant. quarter
(t said Court.f. ire dead; (Jeorge A. Calisedy Company whose) I act known address wa.Duncomb. It unknown .1'1 devisees, heir, devisees: legatees, or In the Southwest except Northeast acres
Frank I wind rum, Htarke, Florida a b-tter description of said County N. C., If alive; egatee*. or granteea P. rranteea; Mrs. E. P. Shlpman. If a- of corner; and
Ally, for Plf. 10-5 4t 10.1 defendant being unknown. If In existence and If dead hiunknown heir*, de- [ eabody, whose last known adIresii llve; If dead her unknown belra. of Southwest quarter quarter and quarter Southwest o.rltH.lI William..
; and If defunct the unknown vl..e. legatee* or grantee*: Bryant wa* Alon. New Hampshire, ievlsees. leial.e.or grantees; An- quarter of Southeast well. Attorneys f

IM "In'IT cornT. nRiiironnFLOIUUt. heirs, devisee*, legatees, Ourganu*. also known aa B. H. If alive; hi* unknown astasla Oall.on. If alive; If dead or Southwest quarter; and quarter Southeast

<' TY. I' ( \ .rantee., and succesnor* ot .ale Ouri""u., aUo. known a* Bryant lelm. devljee*. legatee or granees tier ; ., devisees, legatees quarter of Northeast quarter
'I.IRV. ., the member ; O.rg.n.*, Individually and a* ; Ell.jn A. Peabody If alive; or vrantee*: J. F. Morrison ot Southwest
!" Brlnaon. Plaintiff v* David H. Chapman and wife tgent. and hi* wife Margaret K.urganua. and If dead her unknown heirs, whose lat known address wa* 3038 of quarter Southwest: and and
.t Eta } If and If dead theinknown levlseei, or grantee*: J.i. Ruckle Ind. quarter quarter
Calhoun l-rln.on. D.fa.dant. C. whose last known .lv.I; ftr..t. Indlan.pol. of Southeast
Chapmfn. quarter; and Southwest
4 jtM9 No 401. dr. Louis, Ma., If alive: h.. .vl.... I.&atee. Peters, ,; and If dead hi* If alive; heir*. quarter of Northwest
PUBLICATION and If the unknown heir*, de or grantee* of ouch d.r.ndanl. a* unknown heir, devlseee, legatees, . ... legatees or granteea; LiveOak of Southeast and quarter Northeast
d..e quarter
AND TO APPEAR vl..ea, 1.ate.or grantee* of such ire dead: Sherman 8. Oullfoll. If >r grantee*; Wllhelmlne Itlchert'hllllpe. Bank a defunct Florida corporation of ; a ---
NOTICI. illve and If dead hi unknownetr If vllve and If dead her Florida quarter Northwest quarter pVoBrn j
BTATE toLucius a* are dead; Ebenaser ; ; ; Development Cor of Southeast office. nl1

Calhoun Drlnson H. C. 1-c A.B. Cbapmfn and wife Susie 8. Chap ., devise**, legatee.* or .ran.tee unknown h.lrs. devisee, legatee* por.ton. a dissolved corpo.atont a lalf of Northeast quarter quarter: and of Southeast West ray Witness my '."I. thi

No. lB. San Bruno Cali- last known address : Charley Hall and wife Alice or> grantee*; Edward M. Pottle, description . eat at Starke. Floridaat
quarter of
and North half
If aliveand If dead the vhose laat known address waaioiton. fendant and the and adIresnes
wa* Oxford County Maine, If alive; 1 H.II name* Southeast October, >4I-A TH"
You are required to appear on and the unknown heirs devisee devlveee, legatee* Ma*.. It alive; and If dead of the trustees of said corporotlon quarter and quarter of Northwest j. ,

Nov.mbe. U4. In the above I, 4d or grantee* of such or grantee such de.ndant. a* his unknown helm, ...I..L legaees elng unknown; Bradford Southwest: Southeast quarter of Clerk .Circuit Court

.* Court cause, wherein "'. ,'I.t. dead: J. A. Chappell ire dead; Frank W. 1.1. ..; or grantee' *: .. County Bank, a defunct Florida quarter; In quarter Section of 17:Northeast Southeast County, *"' neputjBy

.lnUff seeks divorce, Bradford If alive; and It dead hi* un ind If dead hi* unkjuuiLab-lrs, de ilao known a. William C. Powell. jorporatlon, a better description of quarter of Southeast quarter of Lucille Crosby,

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