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: November 2, 1945
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04939
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does Will Face Green Cove Construction In Progress Totals $80,000 I;

[omecoming Event Here Tonight Starke Leaders Go Ahead With i

Rites Today. Legion BarbecueSet Trustee Election Plans For Post-War I '

walk-away BHS For Nov. 13
vi"tual '
victory ,of 45-0: ( I Methodist Church Expansion
lopsided< I
V I outclassed Macclenny" I Will Show MoviesTwo For T. A. Brinson The Jones-Langford-White Post : Next Tuesday l
Park last Fri of the American Legion will sponsor
at t Bradford That Starke I la entering the post-war era in a spirit of j
Auxiliary unit to be organized -
new feature motion pictures an confidence is witnessed the fact that building permits .
nt. by
T. A. Brinson, 71, prominent I at a barbecue and get-to Trustees In Bradford County'snine !
to' the husky Tor- one filmed In India, the issued in the office of Clerk Carl Johns in the +
match naval stores operator, died In gether to be held Tuesday even- special tax school districts City past

the Baker County In boys the the other famed portraying"fuzzy-wuzzles"scenes among Riverside Hospital W e d n esilay Ing. Nov. 13, in the Legion home.. will\ be elected at the polls next few months-largely since restrictions were lifted after V- ,;

t football team this Guinea will be shown aNew In afternoon Oct. 31, at 2:45: o'clock The barbecue will be served at Tuesday. Balloting will t take J Day-total more than 8000000.

.the first time down season during the Methodist Church of Starke, after a brief Illness\ 7:30: o'clock followed by the organization place at the school house In each Of this total, figure, $72,200.00 is accounted for by new

,nlv one first on Thursday evening Nov. 8, by J Born In Brinson, Ga. on Jan. 29,, meeting. All veteransof district.In business construction .#nd the expansion of established businesses -

re game. the Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Huff 1874, he was educated In the pub World Wars I and' II are urgedto addition to electing trustees, !' indicating that interests here expect Starke to hold

. man on the Tornado of Atlanta, Ga. lic schools of Georgia and had be present whether membersof voters In District Three (Starke) its own during the peace years, reta i n i n g most!' of its .

w action with his Coach first These films with sound effects, been engaged In the naval stores the Legion or not. They are will decide whether or not millagefor \ ; phenomenal wartime growth. The remaining permits, totaling -
Geiger using industry for 50 years. At onetime asked to bring their wives mothers the ensuing two years will\ be O'( issued '
Boardof $121 O. were
are beingsponsored the
in the by
five minutes raised from six to ten mills for _ I
only Mr. Brinson and his family daughters, and sisters all of ,
entire third Missions and Church Extension for residential construction, to his Magnolia Hotel. was : i
, and the the of funds This
,rter! were residents of Starke, but in whom are eligible for member- purpose providing !!
of the Methodist Church. later years they have resided at ship in the Auxiliary for the construction of an ade mostly repairs, remodeling, converted from a residence purchased 1 ,

!at developed Into a cord "We Too, Receive" Is the title Hugh, where his turpentine campIs quate auditorium at B.H.S. nnd converting existing structures from R. J. Davis on i {a (,

day, Milton Norman7 car- of the picture laid in Nliw Guinea. located.Mr. Rotarians Told Candidates for trustee (three to Into apartments. Because Temple Ave. Mr. Williams en- '.

,tall over for two touch- "Wheels Across Asia" was filmedin Brinson was a steward in be elected) will\ appear on the ballot of the scarcity of ma larged the building' and added ,a I 1

Jimmy McRae<, scored two India by the famed Denis- the Baldwin Methodist Church; a Starke Must Bid In four districts as follows: terials, the construction of second! story.A i

vie Conner, Nell Crosby, Roosevelt Expedition. In addition 32nd Degree Scottish Rite Mason, For New IndustryEdward Starke No.3: K. G. Duncan, new homes is atilllagging behind community canning plant was p lfg.

Harley chalked up 'one to these features, there will having been a member of the or- L. A. Canova, S. A. Weldon. other types of building. completed several weeks ago on
kicked three of be a short scenic film taken in at BHS at cost of
'? Godwin America's national parks; and a der for 38 years; and a Shrlner, D. Hobbs.. manager of Lawtey No. 6: H. C. Harley, Notable among the permits property a ap- r'
points. belonging to Morocco Temple in the Industrial department of the proximately $3.000.
issued' here
kodachrome plcturlzatlon entitled H. C Kelly. O. J. Phillips recently are
lomwomlng Tonight Jacksonville. Jacksonville C h a mber of. Commerce Among permits Issued for recent i ?h
following. Some of which construction
"Missions in Southeast Asia.
Hellbronn. No. 13: W. C. dem
iris Homecoming Gamethe Survivors Include his widow, was guest speaker at the Is already completed some residential construction are
T G. Norman. Russell Carter.
most colorful event of Etta Powell Brinson.I and six Rotary Club Wednesday offering one the following:
now in and to
progress some yet
Brooker, No. 18 H. :JB.
: Crosby,
season-will be play- Cold Storage Room that will be helpfulto Mrs. M. Ormond
!ball children, Mrs. J. F. David of suggestions A. L. Green. J. K. Douglas. be started.R. Mary $2.500.
tonight at 8 o'clock when Starke In an attempt to se- concrete block residence. This
Now Open HereR. Charleston, S. C.; Charles Aubrey (
No candidates were filed in the O. Nunnery $2,900. for construction
madoes meet a strong Brinson of Hugh ; Edison Pete cure new Industries in the post- house has just been completed and '
districts No of 23x40: crete
following : Hampton, a c o n
*mg eleven from Green V. Coleman manager of the Brinson of Hugh; Miss Patsy war era. 2; Vanderbilt No 10; Graham, block building on E. Call St. Thill U. located on Lake St. at the State ttl%

prlngs. Still smarting admlnls-un- Starke Ice Co., announces that the Brinson of Hugh; Mrs. Huldah The Jacksonville Chamber of No. 11; New River, No. 12; Rising building houses' the Starke! Auto Farm h I g hway (north of the

decLslye defeat time\ newly constructed cold storage Corpening of Las Vegas, Nev.; Commerce has undertaken a No. 16. No names will appear Supply which walt opened to the Bishop residence.)

Green-Cove the last thee room at the plant, capable of Mrs. Charley E. Johns of Starke; mutual assistance: program; which on the ballot in those districts public last week Roy V. Turner. 1,000.,' for construction -

teams met, In 1943 holding 100,000 pounds of meat, Is and eight grandchildren; his IH designed to bring all communities and voters will elect trustees of small concrete block
Carl Retch, $3.000 for construction
will be out for revenge now open for use by the public. mother Mrs. Elizabeth Brinson, In Northeast Florida togetherIn by the process of writing In of a concrete block building residence on Adams St (north of h

The Ice plant was purchased and two brothers, Dr. P A. Brln- a concerted effort for greater names. at the corner of Thompson & Jet Millard Judd home). y

un Charles Thornton willof several months ago by Mr. Cole- son and Dr. W B. Brinson all of Industrial development. Mr. (arson Sts, to bo ulle.1In connection i J. B. Carlisle, $1,000, for construction ,
the lineup with a. bad Baldwin sister, Mrs! John Hobbs pointed out that the Jacksonville :
man and J. M. Edwards from W. ; one Harvest with his plumbing bush of small concrete: block
nd Jimmy McRae will be L., Wall and extensive Improve- Martin of Iron City. Ga. Chamber Is ready and' QueenIs ness as a show room and store residence on property at his pres-

with a hand Injury. TheBTM ments and enlargements to the Funeral services wl1be\ held willing to provide guidance and SelectedAt room. This building la now near- ent home Call & Myrtle Sts.

will\ be strengthened have been made. Friday afternoon at 3:00: o'clockIn I sponsorship, for the smaller townsIn
plant USO FestivalIt Ing completion.Mike J. D. Martin $1,000, concrete
|r, by the i return of Charles the Baldwin Methodist Church. its trade area in their,efforts
Mr. Coleman states that several block
Maruca, $4,000 for residence.u
I construction ,
playing his first game to obtain Industry.He .
will lie In state in the
leaking his collarbone early locker spaces are also available. The; body was deemed that ,the highlight of concrete block warehouse Mrs. R. S. Fernandez $800 con-
church two hours before the services stated that even If Camp
These are not "freezer" lockers, of the lovely Harvest Moon and store on E Tenth St., crete block residence on propertyat
season. as the temperature ranges from and Interment will\ be in Blending Is given some sort of Formal at the USO Club last Sat just west of his present grocery rear of her present home on " r

usual large Homecoming Si to 38 degrees, but they may the family mausoleum In Crosby permanent status. It cannot meanas urday evening was the crowningof business. This building U now Water St.Jerry .

III expected to attend the be used for storing cured meats: Lake Cemetery. much to Starke financially in the Harvest Moon Queen. The well under way. Beaver $800 for addition
lind alumni are Invited to time of as It did in time I
Active bearers will\ be Roy peace close that
fruits and vegetables. pall OI. vote was so very
Adolph Gay 98,000 for construction of two rooms to residence.
le must
that will be held aftere of Jacksonville Eddie of war Therefore declared the threehlgh..t s
Simpson the judges of brick and cement fill- Paul Raymond $500 tr remodeling -
concerted effort to obtain ?
In the USO Club. make a
of Jacksonville, William should
I Mrs. Alfred Thomas'krs..glfred.'Thomas to take the alack Junior Ing station at the corner of Court garage Into apartment
4 W. K. Petrey new Industry. up
of Edmondson
Bryce BrycevUle be honored. Miss Doris ,
St. and :Ave, Work
Madison U
maintain biuinees at a level : propert7M1atresldencaonButhrJ .
LiW'd? Commerce of Brooker of Baldwin Will Perry of Jack- and the emerged'vlctorlous. alt> the now In progression this"structure. St. : "''''{i
It Tonight died at ,her home there Sunday sonville anal Fraser Oliver\ of population suff'cient ,to Hobbs stated. He queen with Miss Garnlta Hutto Starke Ice Co., 3500. for Improvements TV'Qulgtay, ?<00..tor, con-., I'

morning after a lingering illness. Baldwin. that community leaders and Miss Lola Blecha being chosen and ,construction of structlon of'residence. ..Thomp- ,

I Thomas, president of'the She was born July 25, 1878 in suggested start at once on a programfor to reign as her attendants. At cold storage! plant This work son St. This was the small house, ; ,'. {

Chamber of Commerce has Bradford County and had lived Fatal securing several small .Industries the conclusion of the coronation has jtlst been completed.C. built of empty ammunition boxes.D. .

B meeting of the body for in Brooker for 46 of her 67 years. Injuries ceremony hundreds of tiny multi- H. Nasworthy, $1,500, for force, $500 repairing remodeling +

night, Nov 2, at 8 o'clock She was a member of the Dedan colored paper slips were tOll out that comprehensive -
courthouse. Baptist Church and services were It was pointed out into the Recreation Hall for tension of approximately 20x40 to on Tenth St. Into four apart-

'ant matters pertaining tore held there Tuesday afternoon with To Geo. Pappas should survey! be .of mad this In order community the soldiers to gather. On and one rear of present building on Call; ments.W. I

. of will Rev. C. A. Crosby In charge and Information could be paper was written a poem St The extension will be used asa Ii. Smith, $400, constructionof
Camp Blandlng definite
lased under the direction of DeWitt C that that slip when presented by the display room for the Phllco opai'tments at rear of prop- ,
and It Is that 51, local room- concernIng -
urged George Pappas to prospects rewarded
presented G.I. to the
Dedan queen .
Jones Interment was in erty bought from the late Mrs.
MS men and others InV ing house operator, was fatally housing, labor schools recreation the holder with a "queenly kiss". line.J.. P. Roberts $10,000, for con Paul Canova.
In the welfare of the Cemetery. injured In an automobile accident facilities and other necessary Music for tho hours of dancingwas
I !la survived by her structlon of a 50x100 concrete
Mrs. Thomas
fctybe piesent.lodist Wateroak bridge between data. Mr Hobbs stated that .
I near furnished by the 183rd A.aF,
Mrs. F. block two-story addition to his
husband four daughters I
; Starke and Lawtey about 5 o'clock should be the first
such a survey and
O. Robb. Pensacola, Mrs. Lyn- after Band from Camp Blandlng present garage on N. Temple Ave. Pecan Auctions
Church wood Messer Jacksonville; Mrs.A. Monday morning. preliminary btep In going as an added attraction a baton The new building will be used rl r
The accident occurred when a new Industries. twirling exhibition was given by '
automobile showroom
C. Brown Starke and Mrs. E.Howltz. largely as an
I Sacrament of the Lord's Miami three sons, D. E. truck somlng south and Pappas In closing!, the speaker pledgedthe Misses Sharon Hall and Doris Ed- and as a display room for Start Tuesday'
| will! be administered atfwvlces Carter :Manatee. K. S. Carter, Ft. automobile going north, ran together cooperation of the Jacksonville mondson. Their first routine was the Firestone line which Mr Roberts .

in the Methodist Sanford; In what Investigating of- Chamber of Commerce and done to a march rhythm while is expanding...
White and R. C. Carter
| Sunday, Nov 4, at 11 a. brothers Raymond Prevatt ficers described as "almost a stated that he stood ready at all the encore was a "boogie woogle" C. A, Futch, $1.500 for con The first pecan Auction sale will ,:

1130: p, m. "Communion three Prevatt. High headon collision." Pappas was times to assist! this community In election. crete block addition to buildingnow be held at the State Farmers

ions'" will be the topic used Starke, and Morgan Willie Prevatt: Wal- carried to the Alachua County any way possible. Traditional orange and black I occupied by Slstrunk's Feed Market at Starke o n Tuesday

I Pastor, the Rev. W. J. Springs, Mrs. M. L. Hospital in Gainesville where he decor a t Ion s were in evidence i &: Seed Store This work was completed Nov. 6, according to County 1

| "n, at the morning hour do; and three sisters Mrs. R. C. died at 1:10: p. m. of Internal In- Recent Births r throughout the Club and the before Slstrunk's moved to Agent L. T Dyer who Is assistingwith

W choir has arranged special Ennis, Jacksonville and Mrs. E. juries. Tom Kanares also of committee of junior hostesses re- Its new location. the sale. He states that L. \ ,

Davis Gainesville Starke who was accompanyingMr. JAMES STANCES BRANYON sponsible' for these decoraUojns Leon Dicandlo, $6,000 for con- M. White will be In charge. t

lounj people meet at 6:13:' : Yarbrough. Ralford. Pappas on an early morning T-Sgt. and Mrs. Wade L. Bran- was. Lucile Mitchell, Jewel Purs- struction of building on propertyat Mr. White assures growers that !
I* fishing trip, is In the Gainesvillehospital ley Dorothy Lappe Garnlta Hut- he will have several of the large
a snack and a very In- announce the birth of a son Call and Cherry Bts., the location f
I? program will follow. At The TabernacleThe with a broken left shoul- yon on October 23 In the State Farm to, Carolyn Colnon, Odessa and of his present fruit stand. buyers present at this sale and

fge Whlgham Is counselor Tabernacle der and arm. Hospital. The baby has been Oletha Thomas and Louise Car- Scarcity of materials has so far that the growers will receive the
at the
prop, Miss Garnita Hutto The truck, belonging to Cecil named James Stanuel. Mrs ter.Senior prevented Mr Dicandlo from top market prices. ,
l dent and Miss Janet An- Tuesday night were in the natureof A. Whitehead of Lawtey and driven Branyon returned home Saturday hostesses serving for the starting on this project. All growers who are offering ;

II chairman of the 'pro- a memorial for Mrs. Fred by Nathan Young. Lawtey negro, evening were Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Robt G. Green, $1,500 for con- nuts for saler' should have themat

tommitte*. Scott a former member who departed caught fire and burned up com- ROGERS BABY Mrs. J. M.. Mitchell Mrs. Barbara crete block addition to plant occupied the platform before 2 P. M. W

evening this life on Oct. 30, 1944. pletely. About 25 colored peoplein Mr. and Mrs Louis. A. Roger Breazeale Mrs. May Dlcklna, Miss by New Method Cleanerson on date of sale as the auction will

Wf hour service will fea- The program was one of simple the truck. *on their way to of Honolulu Hawaii, announce the Amy Coburn. Mrs. L. S. Hutto Temple Ave. This work has start promptly at 2:30: P. M. ,

of singing of old. dignity being composed of old work at Camp Blandlng. escaped birth of a daughter on Wednesday Mr*. Shellle Hall. Mrs. Rosa Carter been completed. It Is expected that only one or

tn.(Hymns, led by S. E. and loved hymns of the church injury October 17 -1 In Kaplolanl and Mrs. Mollie Lecln. R. A. Green $2,000, for con- two sale days wilt be held dur
Retch will be at the and appropriate to this oc ing thin season because of the
P* Mrs. poems Mr. Pappas was a native of Maternity Hospital In. Honolulu.Mr. struction of concrete block buildIng -
iMJUiole of K. Perryman casion. Greece and had lived in Starkefor Rogers Is the son of Mr and Auto CollisionA on Temple Ave.? now occupiedby shortage of the crop In this area. i '
the arranged -
organ. Mr. The many beautiful flowers being Dicandlo of this city. Starke Tire Service. This will be announced at the
hli the past five years ,Mrs. Leon : I
fa brother. Jim Retch about the chapel attested platform on date of sale. \
It duets in the restaurant and Chevrolet'sedan owned and In addition to these permits, the
to. the reverence and esteem in engaged business. He Is survived by NORMA JEAN: PARRISII driven by Oils Klrksey colored; folowlng are listed without Individual I.
F;l&y Meeting 1 Is held each which Mrs. Scott's memory W his widow Mrs. DuranJa Pappas', Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Parrish of and also occupied by Walton Con- amounts but whose total Ping Pong Tourney j .:

I- evening at 7:30 p. .m, held by her loved ones and friends. Starke and several .brothers Brooker announce the birth of a ner and a GMC truck driven by would be In the neighborhood of I '

V by the servicemen's par- An Interesting part of the service of and sisters In Greece. daughter. Norma Jean on October Henry Blakely colored 0 f Ft... $20.00000: I Scheduled for next' Wednesday 'I't f t : _

1 oclock-an hour of real was the reciting of favorite Funeral services were held 27. Pierce collided at 8:15: : p. m. Tues C. A. and J. M. Darby are now night November 7, at 8 o'clock f

rP and fun. Bible verses by members of the afternoon at 4 o'clockIn day night about 2 miles out on the ; constructing a concrete block Is a Ping Pong Exhibition to beheld I
1%. Nov. Scott WCTU. Mrs. Scott Thursday KITTS BABY No : their In the Recreation Hall of the '
8, the chaplains Laura the Eastern Hellenic Orthodlx Elmer Kltts of Lake Butler Highway one building 26x73 adjoining 'i i
P Blandlng and the mini was for many years president of Church In Jacksonville with the Mr.. and Mrs. birth of a'' was Injured but the truck was present grocery on W. Call St., USO Club. The exhibitionists will :'1

I bs community will gather the local union which was recently Rev. John Hondros of Savannah Starke i announce October the 28. loaded with t tractors, portablesaws where they will carry a line of be men and women, from Camp '.! I

|.r "Pilar monthly meet- named In her honor. Ga.. officiating. Interment was daughter on .. and other heavy equipmentthat hardware sporting good, out- Blandlng who have gained considerable I

| ministers of the county Cemetery Jackson PHYLLIS BI1KIE was badly damaged. board motors electrical appliances recognition In the field ,

[led to attend.ry Move Back To Starke in ville.Evergreen Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Addison of There was another accident fishing tackle etc. I of Table Tennis either while con- I

night Nov. 8.! at 7:30 Raiford announce the birth of al Tuesday night on the Lake Butler E. A. Winkler has Just completed I nected with the military or In

he Board<1 of Missions will Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edwards Griffis daughter Phyllis Mar'#, on October highway which Involved several a 40xSO addition to his civilian life. A fine show Is an-

lUon pictures of their have turned over their property Lindsey 20.EDYARD. Camp Blending soldiers who were buHlneas block on Temple Ave. In I ticipated for all attending.Presbyterian I II

r ASIa Minor and the ad- Interests at Baldwin to their Griffis. 36, died Thurs- carried to the Hospital there. addition to a new show room for.' I
I of Some and Llndsey LESLIE! 'JFACTiSOX his own electrical appliance business I-
the iMODlA daughter Mrs. Fate Oct. 25, at his homeIn !
KU free and the public have moved back to their home in day morning.following an Illness of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Jackson of Friends were glad to see the he has quarters for a large i

the northwest section of town. Lawtey Funeral services Waldo announce the birth of a'I' name of Capt. Lloyd H. Jennings restaurant and another space suit- Sunday School at the Starke

Friends of Mr. Edwards will be several months.the graveside In Ion. Edward Leslie on October among the list of returning veterans able for office beauty shop, etc. Presbyterian Church will meet at

Ief In Town glad to know that the vision in were held Cemetery at with the Rev.J. 29. He arrived In the statesat E. H. Smith Is now making an 9:43: with Mrs Jeanette Young as

his has been restored Evergreen officiating. Seattle. Wash. Wednesday on addition to his garage on TempleAve. Superintendent.The .

C1, manager of the local after right an operation eye performed recently 'criffU o Raulerson had lived In Starke for Wreck At Keystone the SS Sea Flier after nearly .. to be used as a showroomfor subject used by the pastor. 1

tore1 branch Hospital In Durham selling his three years In the Pacific as a the Frlgldulre line Rev, J. L. West. will be "Some
hu had the at recently
IIfX trlence: of N. C. for the removal of a several years and moving to In an accident Sunday afternoon flight surgeon. The City of Starke has just Keys And What Is Behind The
running here
property of completed: construction of Doors Unlock."
Wiling expects to return 6 miles South Keystone a large They
a He
ilnut St. in rattlesnake on cataract.year'fqr a similar operationon Lawtey his mother, Heights. 2 WACS an army private Lex Green made a business trip garage, about 25x90 at the rear of The music will be under the
front of the next survived by
home, He Is sisters. and a recently discharged 'Washington, D. C. last week. the municipal light plant to be direction of Mrs. E. E. Lansing
After Mr.: his left Griffis: three S
ribs Jones eye. Mrs Laura Hazel veteran were Injured. DeWitt, C. He Is planning to reopen his law used for storing the city's equipment with ]Mrs E. M. Davis at the or
snake "
he Griffis I' 9
lad finished got out of who was recently Miss Odessie Adeline Griffis, Jones ambulance carried the vet- office here In the near future. He of all kinds.. The building gan.
killing it. No Leo than Bradley. and Miss John Lewis of Hawthorne has been discharged from the cost: 670000. i
explain[ how after more 'two brother.. eran.
the snake discharged where he served as a Lt- Arthur B Williams has almost A. Z. Adklns Is
to be found of service In the UoydS'Lawtey.. and Willie to the Alachua County Hospital f Navy Judge holding
; In such a three years Navy work
meted B. R. In Gainesville. Commander. comJofeted on an "annex" court! in Ilronson this week. (
drat section' of town Is visiting his father. H. Grlff U. S. Army. '
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..5 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHs One .JWO J1I0rce :: Pine LevelBy BoatdrainBy church Mrs. in Mathe.Oak. G Green rove r Sunday atteode

Jitree tvorce and
s Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffls Opal Morell *!
r. 1877 Mm. II. M. McRae were '
I . . . . . . . . Millard OrlffU VISiting ih
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, ? E. L. Matthew ____________ Editor and Owner . Monday(
. By Bob Jones We are
"1 Rev, and Mrs.. W. E. Hall and Mr., and Mrs. Dan Boree and : death of lofl'8.sorry to hear or tIJ '

t, ,; 1 Published 'Weekly on Friday and Entered M Second Class Matter During/ a recent short evangelistic campaign/ which the Misses Luclle and Haven Crosby son Harold of Jacksonville and. Brooker. She ,.VIola Thornal ()
' ;" at the Pont Office at Starke, Florida. writer conducted In Birmingham, Alabama, he noted an returned last' Tuesday from Ft. Rev. and Mrs. Curtis Harris of I Mrs. Clyde Brown the' IlIoUler
f 1 article In one of the dally papers stating that In the city Worth Texas, where they enjoyeda Green Cove Springs were Sunday I We wish to 'Jf firs ahtb
. 1 # rate of almost week's Bible conference. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. extend J of Birmingham "marriages are falling at the sympathy to for deeps'.
ten a day. According. to records In Chancery court 3500 Mr and Mrs. H. M. McRae have Ralph Gainey.I Remember church
It Seems That. petition for divorce were filed for the fiscal year ending returned home from spending several I Mrs. Leo Grlffls was visiting: be held each Sunday ser ices''a1

Hrptembrr 30". Thin IK apalling new*. Think of 3300 days with relatives in Jack her mother, Mrs. R. Thomas in drain Baptist Church at Ule D-Boa,

, Q General Marshall's final report on the war, his home wrecked In a city In one year! Think of 3500 young sonville. They were accompaniedby Green Cove Springs Friday. each Sunday at 6 pm and .

i k 2R'' peace proposals for military preparedness, and his grim couple "standing at a marriage altar and promising" to be their little grandson, Ralph'' Miss Geraldine Brown was visit- lic is Invited to attend The Puh

{;. {; warning of "prepare or perish" should be required reading loyal and faithful to each other until they were parted by Hall.Several ing Mr.. and Mrs. W, E. Green
In this section Sunday.Mrs.
1 for every American. death and yet In one year's time these 3500 couple went Into people OP TII\>R,
are grinding cane. : Katie Grlffls was visitingher An appreciation
;:', Without desiring to be unnecessarily alarming, court and asked to be Hepurated by law! According to the Mrs. T. N. Norman and ,son mother, Mrs. Ida Chase, at bers and the friends to of the me

' General Marshall calls attention to the development of newspaper story, three out of five marriage .In the city of Gerald 0 f Gum, Branch section' the home of Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis Presbyterian Congregation the Star l

,( ; +''v 600-mile-an-hour planes, 50,000-pound bombs, and finally Birmingham.are ending In divorce. were visiting Mrs. Norman's parents Sunday. Mrs. Chase ,Is still ill contributed to the very "*
t' the ultimate in destructive power, the atomic Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae at this writing. and Christian Reception
"t I bomb. If there should be another war, the enemy will Someone has said, "All that remains of Paradise Lust Sunday afternoon. Miss Wanda Grlffls and Donald the Church Center for the held l
' stated. and clusters about tho home". When the home-life and Wilburt Prevatt were visiting tel', Rev. J. L. mini
''t i ,, attack with "supersonic" speed, the report cling" Mr.. and Mrs. R. L. Batten of West and, flU1lflt
this from at- the nation The home N the foundation of al-,' Cttfton Ray and Hazel Grlffls Our heartfelt
;i ': } ;4 Never again will distance protect country goes goes. Theresaa were visiting their son- thanks for ti1,
tack. Never again will this country have years in most everything that In worth while In any nation. A number in-law and daughter, Mr.\. and Mrs. Sunday.J. gesture of real Christian frlm
W. Sasser was visiting JunIor and
which to construct defenses after war starts. Our of years ago the writer' travelled l by train from Seattle, Austin Fender Sunday afternoon. hip fealty
Bradley in Starke Sunday. (signed) Rev
I fate may be decided in days, hours, even minutes. Washington, to the State* of Florida At that time every James Lowe of Macclenny spent Zenas Griffis, Eugene Griffis j L Wes, asrandy
These are grim realities of the atomic age in which we seventh couple getting married wo getting a divorce.c He the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.

live, whether we like it or not. -< oat at the train window and counted homes-one, twothree, Arthur McRae.

i Cynics and philosophers who believe that the world four, five, "lx,-divorce.. That seemed terrible, but thinkof Remember the services at Pine .
sitting at a train'window and counting home*-one, Level each Sunday morning and
I will always be afflicted with war because war is a part '
J' of normal human behavior, should study General Mar- two, three,-divorce, divorce. Many people do not take God evening. Rev. Hall also conducts EXCITING NEW !
is normal then seriously. any more. The modernists have undermined the services at the Courthouse on Sat-
i, b shall's report. If the horror it depicts BAKING
l i""; o ', i why bother with schools, universities, churches and all faith of people In the Bible... the Word of Gods The Bible urday afternoon. a r DISCOVERY
of what pleased to call IN definite In Its position on divorce. According to God's I BIG Aim p
t '
the other finer phases!! we are . .
' Book there Is only one ground for divorce. But whethera
,1 through this refining if
: civilization? Why go process BOOK TELLS
;:"''f in' war and total destruction are inevitable at the end of divorced person has a right to remarry, even though hegets LAWTEY HOW. ,

'.' another few years? his divorce on a "Bible ground" I I. a debatable subject ; ; A GIFT TO YOU WITH. .,
among orthodox Christian people. Some Bible'achola.. By Mrs. Mamie Crews n
Something is woefully wrong somewhere. Normal
t believe that In the light of the Bible no Christian. has a . . . . . .
t" < people are kindly They do not want to fight and kill. \
right after getting a divorce on "Bible \ groun remarry.When
,d Different languages, different flags, different habits- Mrs Mabel Gasque and chil- '
1 I these things are superficial War must come, then, dren of Lake Butler spent several "11burq s lest F
the writer
In Southeast Alabama he
was a boy OUR
; because the leaders of nations and the leaders of groups days this week with her mother-
fail to to the responsibilities knew just one grass widow. She had a "Bible'ground" lordh.ol't'e in-law, Mrs. Carrie Gasque. 25
i within nations measure up LB.
she was embarrassed and humiliated
and ashamed
t ; $ ? imposed upon them. So-called "mad men" cannot commit Mrs. Louise Appleby and chil- JONES 16
to think that .she wait a marked In the Fla. BAG
T woman com- ,
the world to war until a condition is established dren of Jacksonville Beach spent
i + by supposedly sane men that creates a following for the munity: Now men. and women get divorces simply because some time with her mother, Mrs.J. .
they are "Incompatible" or they "cannot agree", or they E. Warren recently. "
mad men. Bake sweeter tastier bread !
dlr" are Just. "no longer happy", or on any trumped up excuse J. B Bradley and H. C. Crews ,
Are we capable of understanding the implications they may offer In order to have the courts legally separate were in Jacksonville Thursday.

Hi ; of General Marshall's report, or will we allow the perversion ? them.. If people had real conviction about the Bible as the L. G. Crews was in Jacksonville Ti FiEiscHMANN'S'
ri of science and the whims of politicians to destroy Word of God, they would accept without question what several days last week. He la _
God In the Bible about divorce joining the Merchant Ma lines. We '
mankind? says and the divorce mill 71

*J )fir would cease. grinding. Unless we get back to the Bible as wish Mrs.him Joyce success.Futch entertainedat I : r FRESH

n 0 Every now and then someone remarks that the. our fathers 1 believed It, we are going to sooner or later !go her home Wednesday afternoonwith
on the rock In this nation. Chaos Is
l reason so many men are re-enlisting in the Army is coming. No nation a shower h o n oring bride-
that they are "afraid" to face civilian life after depend- can! be strong and mighty when men and women pledged" to elect Miss Evelyn Warren. 1IJliYEAS
; bo tree to each other as husband and wife until
f death do
Mrs. C. R. Crews spent Thurs-
ing for so long upon the set routine of Army and Navy
l j regulations.We them part get a divorce on some little pretense" In order that day with Mrs. Nancy Starling and
l each may live his or her Individual life without regard for Mrs Lois Starling.
never considered the idea seriously until re- what God say In Ills Holy Word. H. C. Kelly made a business trip

ceiving a letter from a service man this 'week which to Jacksonville Tuesday.

+ F 44* stated: . . . . . . the proud parents of a baby girl Mr. and Mrs. R. L .Bradley rV
were in Jacksonville be-
t ; "I'm wondering. how I'll like cKHIan Ufe again. I'm born Saturday morning.Mr. ; Saturday e $ ?' b A ?
of illness
{ New River cause among their rela-
dip ll' w' s } .i just a little afrnld of Itl Here In the Army everything In Shiver of Jacksonville spenta tives.

Iit1// I by the number. et routlneand .a fellow gets Into the By The School few days last week with friends Mrs. C. W. Brown has returned

t { habit of looking up In the books to nee! Just what he should.. . . . . . . and relatives here. after spending some time with her

,t tt r a do and how he .should! do It. The Army Is' no place to develop . . . . '. daughter, Mrs. Louie Belle Moorein
''y 'eye k confidence and, Initiative." A' Church services were held Sun-, Plant City. 1 J
day morning and evening at the WoodlawnBy; Mrs. Catherine Tear Is .still In NO WAITING-no extra-steps! fullJtr.nFleischmann's *
;, ; ,,,1 This, from a perfectly normal GI who has served ; Long Bridge C h r 1 stlan Church the hospital.
Yeast to
fresh active right wor
a I from the very beginning of the war and has maintaineda with the Rev. Fred Dodd of Mld- Buster Bennett is to goes
high degree of morale throughout, lends some credence lakes in charge. Elma Crew with the Merchant returning Makes sweeter, finer breadl! And makes it (taste

U i4Ir 4 to the theory that some men are fleeing back to I M. L. Johns was visiting his . . a . . . . Tuesday.duty Marines ,, You cab be surer of tender, smooth texture-ligh\\

i the service after coming home to experience the vague son, M. L., Jr. in the Hope Haven,. Rev. J. O. Raulerson filled the Mrs. Jessie Kernes of Heilbronn ness-delicious flavor every time!
re feeling of being lost among friends-unable to fit themselves Hospital in Jacksonville Sunday. pulpit Sunday morning and he Springs was In Lawtey Sunday.

pt ; at once into the jigsaw puzzle .that makes up Mr. and Mrs.\ O. F Tomlinson and Mrs. Raule>:son were dinner Miss Iris Smith was In Jacksonville If YOU BAKE AT HOME, insist on

every community, large or small. and son Frank L. spent the week- guests of Mr. and! Mrs. L. P. Ra- Sunday. Fleischmann's fresh Yeast with the uiro
end in St. Petersburg with their fuse. There were two additions Miss Audrey Crews is on the
/ f ,i ii Since the trend seems to be to rely upon voluntary son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and to the church Sunday. sick \list this week. familiar yellow label. It's dependable"Tl4r:0
enlistments to maintain our peacetime Army, it is a
ll Mrs. R. G. Cowan and family Mrs. Myrtle VanZant was visiting Elma Crews and Hoyt Starling America's tested favorite for mpre thanjr
w fill'; good! thing that so many men are re-enlisting, but still Mrs. Tomlinson remained for a Miss Audrey Crews Sunday. were In Starke Saturday. 70
"' + J'q I'' }il we dislike to think that any man would tAlre refuge in longer visit. Winifred Rigdon spent, Sunday Mrs. Beasley has returned home

'r 1 a the armed forces because he felt that he could not againfit Mr and Mrs Joe Moreland and with Mrs. Bertha Stucky and after a visit with her sons in ptF
himself into the normal life of his -
community. daughter Joan of Jacksonville and family. South Florida. /
a f .,) h Some men a 'e of f-uch an independent nature that Lit. and Mrs. Guy Andrews and Remember services each Sunday H. C. Crews and Cecil Rowe

they resent any effort that might be misconstrued as sons Drake and Tommy of Rock- with midweek prayer> service on were In Starke. on business Mon-

butting into their affairs. I owever, the vast majority ledge spent the weekend with Wednesday! day. ,

i appreciate and actually need a helping hand during their their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. ,

1 "' time of readjustment to civilian life. It is for these Andrews and other relatives.

H' that we should be on the lookout. In a quiet, unpretentious Rev. Fred Dodd of Mldlakes k The
6 was a Sunday dinner of Mr. party's on. Have Coca-Cola
I t ; p way, make them feel welcome back to the community .
: and Mrs. S. L. Crews
and fam-
+ l and let them know that we are depending Upon iy.

"Il { a # 1 them to help build a community that will offer an even C. C. Wynn of Hampton was

greater opportunity for everyone. Then if the returned via d tin g Mr. and Mrs. Melton

i veteran seems to be in doubt as to just where he will Kerce and;\. family Sunday. .
i 4 fit into the picture, give him the benefit of your advice, Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Andrews / nl i 1I

F ''t ,, gained from being in touch for the past few years with made a business trip to Jackson- .
hy'' conditions and changes that are foreign to him. If ville Saturday. .
ti h'' tk Starke is to hold its own it must have its young men Mrs A P. Johns and children

back and it' up' to us "home front commandos" to were visiting Mrs. Johns' parents
' t Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Connor of
) help them_'placedsr' '
Midway Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Andrews I
The Research Department of "The Nebraska FarM were visiting In Gainesville, Satur- T

r' : : mer" has been doing some digging into comparative day.Mr.
findings and Mrs. R. J. Petty of
food expenses of country and city families. Its : K
Macclenny spent Sunday afternoon >
; ; just published, should prove of timely interest 'to with Mr. and Mrs. Melton .o
ex-servicemen and to all those other patriotic citizens Kerce and family.Mr. .

' ; : < I who left their homes( in smaller communities to engage and :Mra. Eustace Kelly and /
4't Mh small daughter Helen, were in eA i
i a + in war work, and who are now faced with decisions of Gainesville Saturday. M

: I where they want to live and work. We extend our sympathy to

Urn. Minnie Gibson whose son,
Basing the survey on families of average size as Pvtf.. Junior Gibson, was hit by a

determined by the Bureau of Census: monthly expenditures truck while on field practice

for food by city families were placed at.$47.85. Thursday in Fort Ord, Calif. He
4, Is still unconscious at this writingbut
The rural family out each
average pays only 3378.
we all wish for him a speedy
month for food
1- .ws recovery. \ -- :
Y ; Of all the various items that go into living costs, Our community will be glad to : t11
know that there is a recently dis- :
food is the one that is most nearly the same in both charged army doctor Dr. Blanks, : -

,' a city and country. City rents are notoriously higher. located in Lake Butler now. He .G.-..: ='_
Is In the late Dr. Maines' office.
,+ r Entertainment costs in cities may run anywhere from
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nettles and
50 to 500 percent higher than in rura! communities. son Elbert and W. W. Johns madea

L'i: Moreover, there are good jobs available in rural business trip to Jacksonville . .or "Happy Birthday" to you .

i communities. Around here, for example, there is work Saturday. .

t ;l available in both farm and forest industries. The Missionary Our school Womans children enjoyed visit from the One way to make certain that events live up to expectations is to

pulp and paper industry, with no problems of reconver- Gainesville Friday. She' has beenIn
r sion face is China and a Inter- make guests feel at home with delicious 'ice-cold Coca-Cola Pii
a4, to now engaged in recruiting men for gave very right out ,

5fr steady jobs in both pulpwood production and mill work esting talk.Several ii
of the children won of the refrigerator. There's no better way to say So glad ,
j you came
through an employment program conducted with the prizes for saying Bible verses. ,

y U S. Employment Service. Some, won mottoe T est and a Bibles.merits, storybooks than to welcome them with that bid to hospitality, Have a Coke.

'' S, There is new security in country living. It is a Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nettles and > abbnd. OD"Cot.col.

L't l double-crop security of farm products and products of lion Elbert were visiting Mr. and OTTIIO UNO!.* AUTHORITY Or Till COCA-COLA COMPANY IT -Cok" .-the and rogiaterd its lnd
? ;a; t ; the farm woodlot as well. It is reflected in the urgent Mrs. D. J. Nettles of Midway marU are whi<:h clla nauWa the

: need by mills in this area for more top quality pulpwood. with Sunday.them Mrs.for a Nettles visit. returned STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. met of The Coc..Cola COP 1-

NOW. I Mr.\. and Mrs. Guy Parrish are .


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---- o O 0 trolling the unthinkable power so --- 1. . . . . . . Coming by plane from Nashville, I Mr and Mrs. Clarence Crew aon '!!!!:
suddenly thrust into man's hands. I
i Hill Largest Circus Tenn., they were met at the Jacksonville & Terry, of Taylor, Mr. a.'1Mra.
There Is better
Clay living and State Farm Airport by Mr and Mrs. Arnold Wasdln of Jacksoll
greater happiness within reach if
and their
Burps leadeia lead aright and all Mm. Chapman guests, MaJ. villa and Mlaaea' Mary Ellen Wa.
tura men ny ItrjanVh4tflclJ
By and Mrs. Robert S -
Nears Chapman i,
Our Area Graham.
din of
. . . . . THE. we cooperate.must hasten We are the day warned of world that . . . . . . Lt. (jg) L. J. Kite: who Is utatloneii j "

\KVEL AT \LLW\K'KN PAUTY on an L.S.T. boat at Green i .
: unity or face destruction. This Isphilosophy's Buys First Bond
Sl VoF. NATURE! I :\Ii hty Rinjrlinjr Bros., Weird Hallowe'en decoration Cove Springs, visited Mr. and
) THK: NEW AGE.uV greatest opportunity Uarnnm & Bailey To of Autumn Mrs. J. R. Kite from! Wednesday t.
\TF ON and Its greatest challenge. I against a background A* in his usual cuntnm, bad<

.\ niJATII STKIKKS. C. A. Hendry I Exhibit Soon leaves, pumpkins and Fall flowers until Friday of lat week Lccln was waiting In front of U "
passed Sunday
zone to zone afternoon, while I 1 Rlnsling/ Bros and Bainum & i turned the Community Building Mr and Mrs. J. II Hitch of Florida Bank at Starko Mondi .-
at I
wlI'' from the boundless sky church and Sunday School. He ; Bailey Circus will bring Its trainloads I Into a veritable witches' bower for Jacksonville were Sunday visitor | morning to buy the first $1M

Jidrs !lru (lIght.tlte 'I leaves a wife and six children. of wonder to Jacksonville i the party given: by the Community of Mr and Mrs. H !!. RtchauleMr bond in the Victory Loan DrivMr :j'

Y ,.erIIlH' that I must tread My I for afternoon and night performances Club Saturday night. "The fish and Mrs. Karl: Chamber Lrcin has won the distinct! r.''\
tong wa\ sympathy goes to the bereaved on Friday and poml", with Its surprise packages, of Montlcelln were guests of Mi. I of being the first bond buyer i, }
ne, s t eps ar I f{ht" I in He will be burled November 9 and 10th made ardent anglers, of the young and Mrs. J. E. Chambers for the all recent drives in Bra d ft < .>},

'111 lead my -BRYANT. er set throughout the party hours past two weeks. County. f
Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson has been I Replete with new thrills of the and other modes of entertainment
rings the air and the I Victors of Mr and Mrs. A. C
I walked to the very 111. Mrs. Falrcloth has been hippodrome were the ever exciting bobbing
evening track, the Davis during the past week were
t with her since Friday noon. Mr Greatest Show on for apples, biting at doughnuts I
far from the Mra. I. L. Clews and daughters,
.d which W not brimming to thee T. A. Brlnson is seriously 111 In Earth \has; nor put has no ceiling it rationed on excitement that hung from the beams! bingo I Mlasea Lucille and Irene. Mr and Buy \War Bonds I

was the hospitalin Jacksonville. and Prizes
!. It He games group singing.
1I4! Mra. Paul Crews and Miss Betty I
water. There the state- was operated on Friday afternoon.Mr. quality or quantity Four railroad for costumes were awarded to TOOAYCan :
with trains Jean Anderson, all of Macclenny.
draped cypress' grows. Kllllngsworth is able to be up circus owned and operated Betty Williams. Jean! Bugger, Son

mosS bushes at the edge and about after being ill for about under the supervision of ny Engrain and Harold Tytis. Mra.

tbe pun leaves give the ten days. ,ODT, are needed to transport the Lawrence Dugger was holder of ..
their festive look. All was, Church and Sunday School at I dreds world's biggest circus. Its hun the lucky number In the cake Use More PuSpwood2JJJ
ft of
and calm. A wind slgh- Long'Branch were well attended. :' internationally-renowned\ raffling. Refreshments, consisting IU

rful pines. I turned back There will be Sunday School next performers heave to and assist the of wolners with all thetr tilmmlnga -
thrU various -
along the garden fence. Sunday at 2 p. m. and,church fol woiklng departments that were served cafeteria s'yle ?

i waJk down on the green bank lows. I erect the city of 41 big and little to the guents who Included Fai'mleaidents Container Corp'n. ()America, Fcrnandina, 1<'1:1.
t tents
! made fire-resistant
It of me were yellow by the and their visitors.
back Mrs. Colea Grlffis
berries. process now used on r
S purple
and bright teacher, was absent Thursday. and nUUM.K CLVn MKETINO
Lcking bird came to the near- navy canvas, for there
and sang for me. Aunt Llllle Wilkinson substituted :. are hundreds of stars In the cir Colorful blossoms of Fall i lowers

Tholly tree with Joy. ILi for her. We were so happy to cus service flag these dnys. added to the beauty of Mis. I

heart friendly beat high chattering noise have her. She always brings us Prominent in the spectacular P. D Fancher's' home when Mra. EXCITING NEW\ !

tt something new. 1945 perfoimance Tennis Fancher entertained the
are these featurcs
frisky squirrel -
II I discovered a not four feet Pvt. Sammie Harris of Kearn!!, "Alice in Circus Wonderland I State Faim Bridge Club Wednesday BAKING DISCOVERY
f. fence post afternoon of last wo<."k, 110I '!
L With these for com- Utah, la home on leave He la the glittering pageant with all The huge circus menagerie will\ \

L: me I turned to watch the sun son of Andrew Harris of Max- the characteis of the well-loved open Ita doors"an hour before each I feline Stamp prize winners at this BIG, p

across the sunset I ville. He has been in service four childhood classic and embellished! performance to permit leisurely meeting were Mra. M. K. OelRer, I
There ilgh Mrs. L. F. Chapman, itecond
.birds winging their way that months. I I by parading circus multitudes of I Inspection! of the rare wild animal i ;

ailed to me the above poem. Sweet potatoes are being harvested I I poople and trained animals; "Bal contingent hea dell by the I high; and" Mrs. Tom Conners, A GIFT TO YOU WITH. .

[anders, of nature, beauty and alls now, and there seems to 1, lerina," modern bareback riding world's most famous gorillas, Gar- 'bingo. At the end of the playng )

created for us Now we are be a fair crop. Pecans are fall j I wizardry presented In a sweepIng gantua and Toto. Nine herds of Mrs. Fancher, Jr., nerved opun

he Atomic Age, which will ing fast with every gust of wind. punoi'ama of nostalgic setting; elephants, giraffes, hippopotami raced sandwiches with coffee to &4JJ

e wlHe leaders, with courage, The Baldwin High School foot I the "Leopard Woman", Circus and a new baby rhinoceros, ''"Bob her guests. 11nsburti Best
and foresight to solve the ball team the in beauties putting a huge group of 1 FLOURGREEN.S
Ing won at game up by of Brookfield," second rhino COMMUNITY! CLUll MKKT1NO
jungle-bred black and :
'lems of developing and con- Georgia. The score was 44 to 6. I spotted The Community Club met In I
leopards, jaguars and pumas ever born In captivity, are among MARKET 25 LBStarko -
We are glad Mrs. Hendry'sbrother regular setisUm Tuesday afte.I'1noon
through their paces in the big the features of the great travel- 1 1.70
and sister-in-law, Mr. and I Octo b e r 22. The newly Fla. BAG
cage; a vast elephant military
Portrait Mrs. James Wiggins, can be with' drill enhanced by hosts of marching Ing zoo this year. elected officer! filled their places

her. He has just been discharged clicus in The circus peifoimance this with Mrs. J. O. Godwin In the
girls a
fiom the at'my and has five bat replica of traditional British year la produced. by Robert Ring- president's chair. During the
ty social hour Mra. 1C.. Roberts
HappyWife "G tle stars.I pomp and ceremony at Bucking ling, Mrs. Charles Ringling and
and! Mrs. I. J. Williams, hostesses
have found that the lather of ham Palace; a new presentation Mrs. Jamca Haley. There la only for the meeting, served sandwiches
Lifebouy soap put on impetigo of fine horseflesh /and talented I
Drew and Barn
one Ringling vim and cookies with coffee.
sores and left to diy will kill\ and riders and jumpers featuring the I II EVERYBODY
\ Us Do The I & Bailey Circus and It is presented
She heal them. famous boxing stallions\ and the I Mrs. J. O. Godwin, Mrs. J, U

Baking for the Family Mrs. Huldah Corpening of Las I, Hollywood movie horse "Starless I in its entirety wherever It Kite, MI's.V.. G. S t r Ingfellow, ENJOYS EATING

Vegas, Nevada, a daughter of T I Nile." I goes, to large cities and small. Mra. W. N. North and Mrs. Lynwood AT

> A. Brlnson, has come to be near Watts served at the Red m

PE BAKERY her father, who Is very 111. . . . . . . Pompano spent the past week Groan Canteen at Camp Blandlng The PARK CAFE

I believe the beauty of a home here visiting relatives and friends.Mr. last Tuesday night.

Is order; the blessing of the home Hampton and Mrs. George Rahme Mr and Mr*. W, <3. Strlngfel-

is contentment? the glory of the low and Sgt. and Mra. Bob Bark- .
; and son, Larry, were shopping in
IIV Mrt. M. C. Swroney ley spent Sunday at St. Augustine
RELIEF home is hospitality; the crown of . . . . . . Jacksonville recently. Delicious Regular Meals
Jf vA-V V, .. ... ..*#' the home Is Godliness. At present Buddie Rahme spent Saturday Beach.Rev. .

I haven't any home. Bi't! those of CHRISTIAN CHI'RC'H COUNCIL In Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd Healthful Vegetable Plates

)R ACID INDIGESTION you who do, should be so thank I The Ladies Cou n c 1 1 of the and Mis. L. J. Wynn returned weie at Fernandlna during the Short Orders

ful and happy. Christian Church was delightfully Friday from a six weeks week-end, Rev. Shepherd being .
guest speaker at the Baptist
Here is an Orange sala l 1 like. entertained at the home of Mrs. vacation In North Carolina. They

1-2 medium head of l:!'t'uce, 2orangespeeled Frances Wadswoi on Wednesday were accompanied by Mrs. Wynn's Church there Sunday .iimiminitiwMiiiniiiiiiiimii Bin inn uiiiuim imiuiiiiiiimiiul"iiiiJT, JK -

1-2 large onion, Oct. 24. The topic under cousin.. Miss Mary Williamson of Mrs. Daniel Boone and son, Pan,

French dressing., Shred lettuce In discussion was "Today's Moral Cerro Gorda, N. C., who will came. Saturday from their home NOW OPEN FOR HUSINESSSTARKE

salad bowl, slice ora-.gej:: and on- Crisis in American Life." spend some time here. In Panama City to visit Or. and ;;; I
J. M. Hembree.
Mrs. !
Ie n. Toss all together and add At the close of the meeting Miss Shirley Seely of Cltra Is L'amar Watts, who Is associated AUTO y'j'j

50tenter's < salt and French droailng. Serve Mrs. Wadsworth served her guests visiting her mother, Mra. Llnnle with the JackHonville\ Journal, was :

o\: lettuce leaves if III' desired.I apple pie a la mode with coffee Seely.
with his brother and alster-ln-law,
am looking forward to Fri and hot chocolate. James J. Plckren left Saturday Watts 211 EAST CALL ST. I
Mia. ,
Mr. and Lynwood
r Drug Storr day, Nov. 2, when I will\ turnschool for an Indefinite stay In Miami. I
LOUETTA M.\ItIK from Friday until Sunday.
CHASO.N Roy Starr left for Tampa Sun
out and we three teachers HOME OWNED' AND OPERATED
Junior visitors at the farm durIng I
will attend a teacher's meeting at Mr. and Mrs. Ira Chason announce day, where he will attend to
the birth of a daughter, business. the Hallowe'en week-end were W*
We will hear 'I .
Green Cove Springs. '
Loretta Marie, on October 21 at Misses Madge Brownlee and Janet ,

good est plans state for speakers better and schools.tha new We the State Farm Hospital. . . . . . . Anderson of Stnrke. Margaret WE FEATURE: Knybestos brakeinjr . .
Reddish of Hellbronn Spring and
will see Mr. Nash and Miss Crews METHODIST REVIVAL Brooker Chloe Dean Rivers of Keystone. Water Hose! . Fan HeltH . Kverready

of Orange Park and Mr Bowles. A week's revival meeting will Their respective hoatestiea were Hotshot Hatterics . Garage; Lights . .

The ride will be fun, too. I shall start at the Methodist Church on lly Joyce Atklimon Mlsaes June Caldwell, Doris Mon- Floor MatH . Tire Pumps" . Hamper

wear my new black dress and new Sunday, Nov. 4. under the direction . . . . . . . crlcf and Melvene Davis and Mrs.I. Jacks' . Universal Spark Plugs . Sure
necklace. I am aj yet undecided of the pastor, Rev. Rivera of J. Williams.Mrs. Hit and Wells: Ignition Repair Parts .

whether I shall wear a beret or Waldo. Sunday services will begin NINTH GHAItK TKIP Reese Bradley and sons, Clover Valve Grinding Compound . Exhaust

my new black hat with the nod at 4 p. m. All have a cordial R. K. Turner, principal ot the Clinton and Jack Wayne, returned Extensions! . Ford V-8 Filco Coils

ding pink feather. I may wear invitation to attend. school and ninth grade teacher in Jacksonville\
to their home . ., Speaker Tire Repair Units . Tire
hat. I feel so care took his class on a sUht-8e lng
my feathered after visited Mr
Sunday Rclinern . Match Patch Motorist Out-
In it after no many ITAKMVAL<< : trip to Gainesville, Wednesday! ,
free and ,
gay Mr.
and Mrs J. H. Hundley and
fits . Tool Chests 1
months of wearing khaki. I am The IJampton PTA wishes to Oct. 21. Many Intereitlng places and Mrs. J. M. Dradley! for a . Sealed Ream

so happy the war Is over. express its sincere gratitude to were visited and 'everyone reported week. Adapter Sets . Stop Lights . Phllco ;

Until next week God bless you. the community and the residents a nice time., Mra. R. H. Tyson! was the guest Radio lotteries . Mobilite Spotlights .
EXPERT Lura. of Thereasa for the large and enthusiastic I
of Jacksonville relative and
attendance at the Hallowe'en \HKM: .\LL GAMK We
'Will Handle A Complete Line of Model
WORKMANSHIP Carnival held last Friday The Brooker Junior High School : friends for several days the earlypait

Heads Association night at the school. Everything I baseball team played the La- of the week "A" Parts, Ignition Parts, Gas Lines and
Mr. and Mrs..1. R. Kite left
with and the Ci-oaoe Junior High School team I
went over a "bang"
DeWHt C. Jones, director of recently and another Is Monday to visit relat 1 v e I In Distributor Parts fa
demand far exceeded the supply game
and !
funeral "homes in Starke Johnson City, Tennessee.
scheduled for November
for those appetizing hamburgers. Friday
ALL 'WORK* Gainesville, was elected president 9. Mra. J. B. Segree of Palatka -
In the masked costume parade,
of the Florida Funeral Directors David Peterson won first prize visited Mr. and Mra. J. L. Williams REPLACEMENT PARTS FOR ALL MAKES If
GUARANTEED and Embalmers Association at the HALLOWE'EN CAKMVAL from Friday until Sunday

annual meeting in Jacksonville and John Lee Eiland won second. The Brooker Junior High School Sunday gueata of Mr. and Mrs.J. OF AUTOMOBILES

last, week. He had previously Those winning cakewalk attractive were cakes Mrs.T. In. held its annual Hallowe'en Car O. Randall, Sr., were Mr. and .''"''"", '.''"'".''''',..''"..''"''''''''''''...'''.....,'. ''' ....""...'''''' .'"'''"'"'''I'.II.''' '' '""''"'''........ ''''. !..
rOt CAN ENTRUST YOUR served as a director of the or the popular nival last Saturday night, October Mrs. J. O. Randall, Jr., and children -r
C. Chastaln, Mrs. Anita White
FINEST: WATCH TO OUR ganization. 27. and Mra. Albert Bozeman of -

_ CARE and Harry Smith. The highlight of the Carnival Jacksonville.Mr .

Attends Conference LKAVES FOR SCHOOL was a baby contest. First prize *. Fielding Chapman and

Emory Lester Brown, son of in this contest was awarded to sons, Fielding, 3rd and Walton

County Agent L. T. Dyer is attending Mr. and Mis. T. F. Brown left Barbara Sue Davis for girls and arrived Monday for a stay with I

TheSTAG the annual conference for this week for the University of Waynw Thomas for boys. Second Mr. and Mrs. L. F, Chapman.

county and home demonstration South Carolina to begin his Naval prizes were awarded to Judith 1.1
Mr. and
were visiting
Stokes anil Terrell Green. Prizes
the state which Cadet education. He la a
throughout Air
agents Mrs. T. W. Markey and Mr. and
awarded to s o nsors of babies
this School p
Gainesville of Bradford High
held in graduate '
la being .
Mrs. K. J. Lewis Sunday.T.
Carter went to Madge Bloss and MarJorie -
Bldg. Starke to return of 2400 men
week. He la expected and Is one young W, Markey and Leslie Green
to hla office Saturday.REFINEMENT throughout the country selected Fay Crosby. J.
-v were In Jacksonville Saturday on
Other attractions fortune
under the V-S were
to enter colleges
bingo Cakewalk, candy business.Mr. BLUE TAVERN
pilot training program of the telling, ,
and Mrs. Curtis Dukea of .
Navy. One year of college train- booth, novelty booth and country
New River attended church ter- I
him for pre-fllght tore.
Ing will prepare vices at the Church of Christ here f
total of the carnival '
and flight training- Upon com The proceeds 112 EAST TENTH STREET ( I

in every necessary detail in a Service of this program he will were $337.52. Sunday Mr*. C. L. Atkinson and daughter .

available locally- and widely known be commlaaloned either an ensign Friends of Roscoe ParrUh, son Joyce and {lean were visiting - ..11 j

for its modest cott its wholesome In the Navy or a 2nd Lieutenant of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Pamsh. friend and relative in Starke

courtesy, and always tactful sympathy. In the Marine Corps.W. will be Interested to know that !Thursday. SHRIMP OYSTERS STEAKS

has recently been he was recently honorably discharged Mr. and Mr*. L. W. Barry and
.. a guest of his uncle and aunt, from the army. He has I children were visiting Mr. and 1

Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Swindell.Mrs. \ been In service over .4 years and Mr*. Herman Harrcll in Alachua

of JacksonvlM served 27 months In th) ETO. Sunday afternoon. ,_ oW l ""' _ .
LUzIe Wynn .
DEYITT; C. JONES spent the past week herevisiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl OeUmann Mr. and Mra. J. R. Crew and

AMBULANCE SERVICE relative.* spent the week-end with Mr."and daughter Margie Sue of Jacksonville t

Ethan Douberly of Dundee has Mra. T. W Markey. ,They have were visiting Mr*. Crew's TRY ONE OF OUR SPECIAL '

,Funeral,Director guest of hla brother and just returned from their honeymoon parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W.
been a
STARKE PHONE TOUI" trip to Miami They are Barry over the week-end.
Van Douberly.
family Mr., and Mrs. Gordon Wads- making their home In Jacksonville Friends and relative of Mal FRIED CHICKEN DINNERS

local funeral home enables us to of Gainesville 'were where Mr Geilmann Is em colm Lewis, who was inducted Into
offer conveniences and services not here last Wednesday. ployed.Mr. the army March 14, 1941 will ALSO

otherwise available. visiting Mr. and Mrs. T, C. Chastaln and 'Mrs. O. A. Gay and be glad to know he has recently ,

'. furnish the highest type service at the lowest price and visited H. Mrs.Douglas Chastaln'of Alachua sister Mrs.lastweek. children were shopping and visiting and received la now hi*visiting honorable his slater discharge, Mr. STEAKS & CHOPS

*/ ANY com- W. relatives In Gainesville Tues Endlcott of Columbus, Ohio
"Pt ANY life Insurance policy In force Issued by James
Consultation day. He served 14. month overseas in
J7. Sa Payment in part or in lull on a funeral. Verda Wall Gordon Myrtck and '

_ ea no obligation. _, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Blrt of Mr. and Mr*. L. R. Water* of the Pacific Area. I



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- CLUBS Rev. and Mrs. West I PTA Meeting WCTU Met FridayAt ChismGebickerCpl. Hostess At Bridge

SOCIETY and And Daughter Held Last WeekAt TabernacleThe Randall Chism, son of Mrs. Mrs. W F
I Elsie C. Bradley of Starke, and with a delighrul/ ,GodWin cab,
j Honored At ReceptionThe the regular monthly meetingof Laura Scott Union of the at Miss Katherine Geblcker, daughterof her home Dtandap orldg e Pi
Weeks-Pohle Married Couples the PTA at the school house WCTU met Friday afternoon Mr. and Mrs) J. Gebicker of of her sister. )! night In
;. I }i ij,4 [ Presbyterian congregation Wednesday afternoon of last 3 p. m. In the Tabernacle. The Newark, N. :J., were quietly mar- who has MI'> W ; Ct.
Mr; and Mrs. Gustavo W. Pohle Have Barn DanceThe entertained at the Church Service week, the president, :Mrs. L. H. building was beautifully decorated ried Wednesday night, Oct. 24, at the uununei tuJJ"'d, tl.?
i ih the Center Thursday evening of last Mrs T. T. with vases of autumn flowers arranged nflnu" ltd
? of New York City announce USO couple dance held in Jennings presided. 8 o'clock by County Judge E. K. fin, Ga.warded.
week honoring the Rev. and Mrs. by Miss Nan Wallace.
of their daughter, Eina the devotional.
marriage Long gave
hall of the
i the social
1 Caecelia, to Mr. Wm. T. Weeks, I J. L. West and their daughter committee for this meeting was opened with a prayer Ferryman. tit.
'/' =8Pnl Church Saturday night was a The hostess O. E. Stansburyread Cpl. Chism attended<< D.H.S. and "''
Mrs. clusters
non of R. A. Weeks of Starke, on I Mrs. E. L. Rouse. will be a and song.
Friday, Oct 19, in the Little I scene of gay Hallowe'en activity.the Receiving the guests at the door meeting.K. The, Mrs prize J M. Smith the devotional from St. Luke was recently discharged from the Mr, and \1-
dances featured were F. Stump
I Special and scripture references were read Army after serving almost three of the bridi. sC1 hI
the Corner, New Mrs.
: Church Around Reel were Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf Brown with Mrs.
broom dance and Virginia and Mrs. H. C.
';.., -J, York City. Temporary "MPs" arrested those O. E. Stansbury, Mrs H. E Boel- Marcus Brown as chairman. by the members years in the ETO. He was aI I I I the wedding S4r''

1' Mr. and Mrs. Weeks are now stealing apples hung from the ter and Mrs C. F. Ward. They Reports of the various committees Mrs. W. N. Johnson served as ---
Mrs. Lillian Scott read
In Starke were greeted by Mrs. V. S. St. secretary.
making their home ceiling. The culprits must then were given. The group decided -
John and Mrs Fletcher Burnett. the financial report and several
Weeks has a
where Mr. accepted
; be bailed<, out of Jail. Dunkingfor to present a prize to the members their dues.A .
position with the Starke Dry Autumn flowers and evergreenswere numberof paid
largest EXCITING
skits room having !
apples and Impromptu memorial service will be NEW
Cleaners &: Laundry. He was used In decorating the cen- mother. present at each future
added'to the entertainment. held at the Tabernacle Tuesday
f' discharged from the service several meeting. The prize will be a BAKING
Refreshments consisted of hot ter.Mrs. night for Mrs. Laura Scott, deceased DISCOVERY
Sflf John Uglow poured tea book, selected by the home room
4 months ago after serving dogs, punch and cookies. and attractive open faced sand- teacher. a past president of theWC'1'U. BIG I Aus flfl & ;
,\ months overseas with the 761st was Plans were diseased for
hall attractively
The very wiches with salted nuts, mints, home room
The n
'1'' Co. report organizing a WCTU among the BOOK TELLS
Railway Transportation decorated with large- pumpkin cake and Russian tea were served mothers was made and the selections HOW.
\ Before their marriage Mrs. faces and Hallowe'en black and by Mrs. W. H. Thomson Misses colored people In Reno. mmi A GIFT TO
of the teachers were approved YOU
; The closed with
.? Weeks In colors. Mrs. Viola Vigil- meeting was WITH.
was employed a secretarial orange Virginia Durshimer, Lucile Mitchell the Executive Board.
j position with Standard ante headed the co itt.eot; and Jean Davis and Mrs. E. Mrs. L. by A. Canova wad selected prayer and the next meeting will. 1h i Ml ; '1J 1
be held with Mrs. Emma
1 Oil In New York. wives for the decorations. E. Lansing. chairman of the home room
.!! t + ,t J During the evening Mrs. W. J. mothers.

r Churchwell sang "Bird's, Song at Mrs. Long was chosen chair- en Party 1I1IsbU"I lest FlO

Evening Tide" and "Only A Rose" man df a committee to investi- For Leila NoegelMrs. .
I with the guests Joining In on the PRICE 25 LB.
gate the use of the USO build- STEINERT OR GROCERY ,
{ EXCITING NEW chorus. Mrs. Thomson played a Ing here for the school childrenat Roswell Noegel entertained Melrose, Fla. BA GGUY'S M
group of selections and the choir such a time when operationof for her daughter Leila Monday t
IE.11r1E BAKING DISCOVERY sang "Now The Day Is Over" and the USO is discontinued.The evening at her home on North
I "The Prayer From Hansel & Crete Walnut St. with a Hallowe'en
BIG I 4rwt 7ttti&&mit next meeting will be held
j .4' I 1." Wednesday Nov. 28. party The home was attractively GROCERY &
:. BOOK TELLS HOW. . The Rev. Charles Allen of decorated in Hallowe'en colors MARK[
I BAKING Pinellas Park, a former pastor of and the children had a very en-
,( A GIFT TO YOU WITH. .. the church was a guest on thisoccasion. Farewell PartyAt joyable evening playing games, 225 S. WALNUT ST. PHONE
TIME Barefoot HomeThe contests, etc.
I Mrs. Noegel was assisted In

) Birthday Parties Fldells Sunday School Classof entertaining by Mrs. Louise Mc- WEEK-END' SPECIALS
iv tl
1I11sLUMs Rae and Miss Judy Green. Ice
'Bet Young Ladles of the First Baptist == .
FLOUR For Young HonoreesMrs. cream and individual -cakes were -
Church gave-a farewell party served and novelty Hallowe'enhats

I TIP TOP GROCERY 25 LB.BAG. Charley E. Johns entertained for Mrs. Charles Torres, leader of and candies were given as Spry --- 3 lb. Jar - - .. 7
1.70 1
t Starke Fla. at her home on Church &: the class, who Is leaving Starke, favors. i
t South Sts. Wednesday afternoon Children enjoying this occasion
and for Miss Sara Barefoot, who
of last week in honor of her with Leila were Wayne Alexander,
daughter, ]Markleyann n her will enter Bessie Tlft College at Carol McRae, Mary Lou and Ju- Swan
Soap Large
t Forsyth, Ga., at the Barefoot resi- --- - - -1 1]
r TELEPHONE OPERATORS third birthday anniversary. dence on Washington St. Thurs-, ron Edwards, Baby Rosier, Sue
Autumn flowers were used In Ellen and Margaret Ann Phillips,
i i decorating the living room and day evening. I Judy and Archie Green, Shi Ann

:j: ; 4 Permanent Employment With Job Security the children played games on the I Decorations of Pink Radiance Smith, and Patsy and Barry Paper Napkins --- Pkg. - -1 1!
.. k spacious lawn. They were given roses were used In the living and Jones
4 ,, horns as favors and Mrs. Johns dining rooms and contests and
+ k Young women age 18-25 are needed to be trained
served Ice cream with the birthday games were enjoyed with Club To MeetThe

4 Itr M telephone operator No experience necessary. cake and Hershey Miniature Torres as leader.A Jr. Rice --- 2 Ib. Pkg. - - . 2 25
Y Good pay while learning and Increase assured.ri bars. The two-tiered birthday salad course with coffee was Junior Woman's Club will
i cake was iced in white with served buffet style to the guests. meet Wednesday, November 7 at ,
SALARY $20.00 for 40 hour work. Time and one "Happy Birthday" In pink and Guests included the class mem- 7 o'clock.

half for over time.and hours worked In excess of three pink candles. bers and Sgt. Charles Torres and Hostesses for this meeting will VISIT OUR MARKET
I1 There were about 45 young pea I Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Halnes. be Misses Delia Rosenberg. Louise
40 In any one week.<< Time and one half for Sunday -
iK ple present to enjoy this occasion Stern and Mae Herlong and they for
1 Va work and extra pay'for late hours. Taxi with
: service Markleyann. : Hamburger Fry will prepare a buffet supper.
f i furnished for late hours. I, Mrs. Ensln, a Field Secretaryof
: } UDC To MeetThe I: The Rev.' and Mis. W. J. the State Tubercular Association Beef Pork Lamb
r i Good opportunity for promotion and a fine futureII Churchwell were hosts on Thurs- ; will be present. Seals will
iI are ambitious. W. T Weeks Chapter of 'day night of last week to* mem- be prepared for mailing and every
h if ; ;you the United Daughters of the Confederacy bers of the Youth Fellowship of member Is urged to be present. Veal cuts
will meet at 3:30 p. m. the Methodist Church at a ham- any
ii t\ Vacation with pay, sickness) benefits, a pension
on Wednesday November 7, at burger fry.' About 25 young peo- Met
a plan, comfortable: lounge and club room and pleasant the home of Mrs. Annie Lou God- ple were present and. enjoyed .Winsome Class Quality Meats at Low P ices
4. ( r surroundings..- '. - .,-.. .." win and Mrs. W. J,,Chandler. on games after hamburgers been _The ,Winsome Class ojf the First v ,Jf
f TV North,.Cherry St.' it',4' yt Come In today for complete Information and talk' are urged to be present. the parsonage. Louise Tenley last Friday night.

to,91m.: 'Edith. Cameron.. \? Hour 9. a. m. to 4 p. m. '. The members enjoyed a Tacky
.j f Party and delicious refreshmentswere
ORDERS NOW TAKEN FOR served following the pro- --- Nice Fryers Each Wednesday


Furniture finishing and Repairs
4' 110 Madison St. Starke, Florida '
Interior Decorating

If Kitchens Remodelled and Cabinets T "Our dollars indVVICTORY

[ b bf/ t Installed

!b 7 $TS Eddie Hartman Furniture Mfg. Co. BONDS

i, Phone 52-J or 87LEXCITING

< will work wonders

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=tti ti A OVPlUf ITI BOOK TELLS HOW. . .
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/ 'Wish To Announce That I Am Now Connected """"" Al I

'With The {West End & ''Buying Victory Bonds gives me inch a There's, the new kitchen , '"''I
Grocery "* ."
feeling. Now wo can go ahead and water rtem..
Market. I Will Be Glad To Serve My Old r plan the homo remodeling we're talked current' Income,of ..b+*
bout these but few year . ..01-".as peace' of mind to I*all*"
; Customers At My New Location.

V *, I .
Cecil L. Douglas, Butcher.

I+ u We Carry A Complete Line of Native tars AU

and Western Meats
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Sa Fresh Yard Eggs Fresh Dressed ni DO
,(**'** OUR
tlp2i and Drawn Poultry Il L 1III'N VICTOR

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a 4 BIG.COLORTUL 64-PAGE BOOK tell howl! 9 Groceries .- Fruits & Vegetables '
Basic! recipei; fascinating variation. At :
:your :8E o
!' f ,y I, I grocer's-with purchase of a 2J-lb. bag of S SHARE
+ ;E Pilliburr'.Btit.Ifyour: grocer i isoutofbooksr+t, /'' PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW' FOR
r mail proof of purchase: or end 2Sc to AonPiilibury "n r '
y, i ,Minneapolis 2,Minn. DRESSED TURKEYS "For If farm Income ahoald drop we> '

.' could still pay for the Improvement.
11 b tly Victory Bond.yield a fine return...and
f ( WEST END GROCERY & MARKETMADISON are just like cash. in eaae of need!" QUO

& ..tI $178,000"I'
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rig LOCAL NEWSIr Mrs Hortense Lawhead and I Mr. and Mrs. Charles May- Mrs W B. Mundy: Mra.\ J.. Mrs P M Barefoot and Mrs. Mrs. Madge Futeb is vlnltlr .\ ,
little son Leo. are enjoying a hugh and daughter. Susan, of \\'. Klncald. Mr, M. F. Brown A E McKlnney were shopping in I her sister, Mra. T N". Limbaug 1''tr1', I
visit with relatives in Cleveland, Bradenton have arrived.o and Mrs. Ruby Johns leave Sat- '
Jacksonville Friday in Lakeland.
Jr., Mrs. Henry Silcox, Ohio. I make their home here. Mr. urday for New York City. I .
R. R. Thede. Mrs Mae --- - --- ---- ---
Ir, and In Jackson- Priest and Earl Campbell madea Mr and Mra. M. B. Jones Mayhugh will be employed at Mrs. Mundy and Mrs. Johns h
mating their home business and Miss' Helen Jones were Koch's Drug Store with his will attend the annual American I
where, Mr Thede! has accept- trip to Jacksonville visitors to Lake City Sunday. brother M. C. Mayhufh. Hairdressers Ansoclattaii., I
Ie Air- Thursday of last week.
a positIon. with Eastern Nick Alexander Mrs Bernlce Opperman spenta Rev. and Mrs L. D Haines and Mrs. Johns will take a'': .1./EXCITING! NEW !
i Is a daughterif' spent last weekin '
lira! Thede Thede St. Augustine few days with friends In and sons Tommy and David, course of instruction, specializing
lira[ F H Long Jacksonville last week and Mrs. Ann Hutflcld spent In Cold Waveand Basic BAKING DISCOVERYBIG
L discharged from aerr The Rev, and! Mrs L D. Haines
recently! Mr. and Mrs. Tlllman Hutto the weekend with Mr Haines'mother. Curl. Mrs. Mundy will also buy
were in St Augustine Tuesday. were business visitors to Jack- Mrs. B. F Haines, In merchandise for her dress hop I ,l+us PiU u4j.
to ,v Chandler hat return- Miss Janet Anderson spent the sonville Monday. Orlando. They will be gone about ten '
f!from spendIng the summer in week-end with Miss Doris Mon- Mrs J. M. Smith and Mrs. Mrs. Mabel Wall spent from days. BOOK TELLS HOW. .. '\\1'

[;a* and Griffin Ca crlef at the State Farm. W T. Weeks were in Jackson- Friday through Tuesday in ri ' A GIFT TO YOU WITH. ... J:
ville Atlanta, Ca. \ a T i < M hit
Wednesday. Part of the time NOTICI-1 IH 1tT1IUIlliVES that : ,::.
Mrs. M. B. Jones, accompanied was spent with her son, William the umlcrxliitnvil are .nM''Jed' Inbiinlnrpx .'>\
by her Duncan who !Is 11a hos- titular the flctltlou* name' I '
brother .
B. s.U :
of nowlinIlL' nrottiorn loomed nn l I I j
,,A REAL EVENT"ADVENTURES'IN Scrutcr'n of Lake City, left pital there. Highway U. Htal-lte, Florida, andIntend
Monday for a visit with relatives Mr. and Mrs. Q. K. Bennett. name In to this register Office the or paid the fictitious clerk cit mist is Best FLOUR I :, ,'; ''<,J
ASIA"A in Macon, Ga and son of Jacksonvllla spent. the Circuit Court of llradford ,
Mrs. Lorenzo Green has the weekend with relatives andfriends County, Kin. 25 LB.
1 returned ,
H J. Dowllnir. Jr. MIKE MARACA\ GROCERY 70 .; 1 1
from a week's visit in here. W. ,
B. Dowllnir.
Thrilling 2-Hour. Trip To Faraway Atlanta. Ga. with her son-in- Let me model you In the SPI- 11-J 4t 11-21 Hturko.,Fla Starkena.. BA G. I' ,rli,1
Places law and daughter, Mr. and KELLA CORSET-the garment -.. --... v "-_- ..._. I .t ":
Mrs. Willard Pass. recommended for health and coin :.
FEATURING"WHEELS Mrs. Roawell Noegrl |Is open- fort. Modeling free.' Representative t
j Ing a day nursery at her homeon : Mr*. Frank Hover, 402 K. See This Beautiful Bedroom Suit "' "'
ACROSS INDIA" North Walnut St. Houis'Madison St., Starke, Fla. 11-2 dtp
/ will be from 7:30: to 6.30: p. m.,I' .
six days a week 's 5 PIECES

Made by the famous Denis-Roosevelt Expedition Mrs. Carson Geiger was a, CARPENTER'Syour

Shows One of The Most Dangerous Scenes visitor Friends to of Gainesville city policeman Sunday.. I < Wardrobe and t ,

The E. Thornton will be glad to ,
Ever Captured By Camera know that he is much improvedafter Prescription Phar- I Chest of Drawers

being in Glendale Hospital -I macist 11 Combination Vanity

"WE\ TOO RECEIVE"Stirring days.You're. in Palatka for several PHONE 61 1 } and 'Red''

trice ait mire with T\\O i ij'rl'l1t ,
f1 $
Story of a Yank Flyer Shot Down in the noincN-FKICIID.\IKK made hl
Wilds of New Guinea and His Heroic Rescue by by GENERAL MOTORS fart ON-TIIE-MINIT: IN FINE OAK
Native FuzzieWuzzies.PLUS that alone guarantees extra: qualIty SERVICEStarke ( 'tkY
Frlfrtdairo product are Florida
\ 50 SLIDES IN BEAUTIFUL COLOR waiting for (Adv.) : Y t i l.y 1

Extra Attraction: "YOSEMITE"An '

Inspiring Visit to This Great National Park JUST'RELEASED . rxl


FLORIDA / New ',1 ,
Cast Iron Topless Stoves
Thursday, Nov. 8th, 7:30 P. M.ADMISSION .
I i'fiegij:
FREE useable as


Match ;

NAT ,SEZ: Pre-'Var Quality I I 52.50

Gonna be big doln's out at 21" x 12" 9" HIGH IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
.1 Bradford Park tonight BUS.
lwtI I Homecoming football game. Let'x 22.50 John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
all turn out and help make It a

grand and glorious event. Don't PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA I
tell my wife but one of the main .
reasons I'm ,going la to watch Other Items Just Received WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE
those cute little Drum Majorettes. . ,
That's pie born 30 years too

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5 and 10 Ib SYRUP CANS '

12 oz. Bag 23c r


z E J. B. Carlisle, Owner No. 1 Hard krj
'\ kJF Cigarettes

.< .: :." .,:_.': .-: -, '>) : t- ::.. :.: '. : .., .-.. Cabbage
Any Brand ,
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Pound 4c Carton $1.64
FRI. SAT. 2 & 3 !

SUN. -MON. NOV. .t 5

i. "Tonight RITA &IIAYWOHTII Every Night"CARTOON R ICE I Fancy Blue Rose, 3 lbs 2 7 C I, I

and NEWS MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE In Blue Bag, lb. - ,,27c t, I '
t TUES. -

S 4SS "Murder He. Says"Fred lOlbs 32cTender

McMurray :Marjorle"MaIn
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r - Chuck Roast, lb. 28c Sliced Balogna, lb., - 35c
s a Y #
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; t ''I 1 i I1, I.'Io.a SI. "OUTLAWS Charles of the Starrett Rockies"With CHEESE, IbAF: 35c STEAK, lb. - - 37c I I J I

p Yr "CARIBBEAN Dunn -MYSTERY"James Sheila Ryan TENDER GROUND MEAT, lb. - - - 25c 'I;

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p \ I
All You Want Tall Can
SUN. MON. NOV. 4 5 s

s "BREWSTERS O'Keefe -MILLIONS"Dennis Rochester DRESSED & DRAWN FRYERS lb. - - 55c J


BECOME YOU TUES. WED. THURS.VILLAGE"TWO NOV. 6-7-8 ,Pillsbury's FLOUR, 5 lb. Pkg. - - 27c i '

a'ht s good idea for an after-offce! date drew.A bow tied high over a "GREENWICH !t ; I

[W-U\ neckline.,:dash! of peplum and such an air of soft elegance. REEL SHORT 6 ROOM HOUSE NEW PAINT INSIDE $2,500 CASH
I Br JANE 10.18-I-ea(irg fan EVANS in rayon crepe.Sizes FRI. .SAT. NOV. 9-10 ;t



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: ; ',<: will on 'the 12th day of November
I 1945 sell at private sale the ,
J of Charles T. ,Jones a minor!
f y C ,', b In and to the following describedlands .
" Florida

".1, ,i,. '! to NIJof-wltlk :\/In NWV4 and NW'i TO YOU AND ME

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v 4.. MraCharles T. Jones
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t"1:qn' f .?.. IN COUNCV tY.flY.tiitnir. FIOItIUA'('01 Plaintiff'ii'i*. I"t I'M\ to make certain their America y/r

..' !Sarah' Mitchell,
Mitchell. Defendant.
OltUKH NOTICB OK 'T'<> A1... ______ ___

It\; II Mitchell STAT AND, ,whose OK address FLOU1DA In. : is and FS

.;' j November You are 19 required 1946, In to the, strong prosperous .
\!' "t named Court and cause

X i plaintiff Telegraph Reeks divorce., shall .
l'' : County next four weekly ,
Ocdvr In and ,t
.; Witness my hand this i
d seal at Btarke Florida 3
; '{I 1945OFFICIAL.
1' ti'' SEAL) A. J. S ,' r
1.1 ( .
.5 $rt Clerk of said Court.
A ,
1 i ? r'' ; j il K.! K. Perryman Btarke 10-1B
I' Atty. for Plf.

ft. e CRIlY. Hauler
Madalyn Herbert ITauler
v. Julius .
dant. fane: No. 401U.ORIJH
r OF I> .
i.i1". \ NOTim TO Al'pl
) AND to:
y 8TATH :
t 'p 1 Herbert Fireman Hauler 1st Class whose U.!H: .H. '
i5 H. Division To Fleet
ra, Calif.
!Han: to
y4' required
You tire II),' 1945, In the
f n named Court and cause,

,, M 51'1 County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall ) x
r 1a next four
i.f. .': .j Order seal. Witness at Htarke: my Florida hand and this IS tr I"i t
: <
a k. r;. A 't As Clerk of said Court.Sturke
? T. Frank Lanarum 10.19
O;N .r Atty. for Plf.
ar JN rmcrrr toiitr. [
l.' (gi r COUNTY, FMmil\l IN

I J'' jir, CPHY? Mason Plaintiff
Reedy Noble. Mason .." .....,
+I gle
i No. 4093.
'' .. ORDEn OF TO "
NobleMasonE whose.. PROTECTING AMERICA'S:\
-fir ii unknown. to
You are II, 1945 In FUTURE is a many-aided jot
.. w, t , named Court and cause., '
'..' r J' : plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall . one that's up to all of M.
i' County
1, wi 0 'r Order In next. four hand and For instance fa
f9. . i Witness my Florida this )
I seal at Starke yz:
r1 10 1945 SEAL) A. J. Victory Bonds con
c : 7 ..r ( Court.
of said
As Clerk
f Zach H. Douglas 10-12" Q tinue the planning and i ft>

+j.f1'. Atty. for Plf.-- f search that shortened the ,,ul
roi HT,
p + I ..nt''\'I'Y. FLOIIIUAI .IN / . and will assure tbe peaetI!
r I+ f4 11Y.
t. Plaintiff '
{. i" John Adamson Hlado
.' : dant. Case No 40H1.. '
dl { NOTICI9 TO -
'i u ANI FLORIDA : e
.. 'l s mily Slade e
I +" , beth
"v 'b residence. Is unknown.
i :' You are required to ROAD BACK from war p04f'
e. In THE
S I b November. Court 12th,and 1945 cause, et
I" ; named plaintiff seeks divorce. will be eased, for, our fighting ,v-
...l ? County Telegraph shall .. .I
t,4.. f .Ii ;' PI' Order Witness In next my four hand and men by our purchase of Victory 71
9 'r' 4. f
Florida 4
seal at Bturke,
Bonds now. Held by millions
r 8 194S.'
r :d t (OFFICIAL BEAD) A. J.

ct k .(r ,( N," T.As Frank Clerk Landrum of said Court.Btarke. J.'S" of Americans, bonds will ,
g''. Plf. '
Atty. .
; n I v provide a solid reserve of,buying

.a. i N la e ( IN COUNTY.rmcriT FL coniT.>OU1I>A|Pit power to assure steady jobs

al ; CKliY I
1 John Smith for returning veterans.
L w. SU a'l'l' i Klule 489lonoEn Smith'OP Defendant. % .

? + ''r I 8TATB5 OF J OIIIDA Is
1O whose residence
1 1 1 I' f Bmlth You are required to
,,1 1. :.4. h 'll jgk November named Court 13, and 1U45,cause In YOUR DOLLARS IN: VICj I
d seeks divorce.
i plaintiff HELP
shall %
c ,1.. .w County Telegraph four .. TORY BONDS are needed I
4,; $ Order In next
Witness my hand and WANTED
M Y h4. t at Htarke, Florida, thin protect our country in anolhej

1945(OFFICIAL SEAL,) A. JI r, r' r 1 bonds we he!
+ of said Court. ', By buying
As Clerk .. ( way.
I? { 4 t ; Zach. H. Douglas, r /Nita : L._..

9 ;. i'r', ' ry? Atty. for Plf, lo- -- keep the. lid on prices of Iflf

? r f prevent i ruC
1 IN:< (IIH'IIT COt'HT. goods . help
.; f fa M
!, lure
;?3'r, CEIIY. ;. inflation with iu
f'. Alice Katherine / away
v Y Plaintiff vs. Jess
t:. I dant. Case No.OF 4079OliniJIt low-up of depression.
:.f,' .,. ': STATE OF FLORIDA :: *
pf 1 t. Brown, whose residence -
Key 612 Main '
/ Lettle 'X'A
; ;' trie, Georgia.You \ .
E are required to F ,
'; +, ) 12, 1945 In
I November
.a.i ,, /
B ( named Court and cause NATIONAL SECURITY, and /
t kr," r N { 1' plaintiff seeks divorce a i /y
,' -cpl e and ,
minor security
1 4.l'. name your own personal ?

5' 1u Telegraph In maiden next four shall weekly publish. : : : are both served, by Victory

IP Witness. niy hand titti
Htarke, Vlorlda
1 ' a+y f l tober seal at B. 1915.OFFICIAL "' Bond purchases. Victory
O '
: 1 As( Clerk of said Court.Lynch N e 1 Bonds provide a reserve for s' I
n I K. H. Duncan
,, Jacksonville, Fla. Atty. for farm Improvements _
I 11. 2 you
'4' r 10-12 41 I

,. ,; later . In a nation kept ? ... r
IN: rmcviT roiHT.: : I" F
.l'l COUNTY E FLOIllUll I healthy and prosperous by

T-Sgt. Preston A. Tanner
i tt + vs Bally Tanner Veren Bond Investments I
t N;. 4oie. ,'" "'. . /
1 1 r' ORDER OF" I.u :. .
; AND NOTICE TO 't, ':t. :' 1 ,
; STATE) OF FLORIDA '...". : _
I ," Tanner whose address Is f
5 You are required to
t November 1*. 1848. In \. \:"" .... "
( 1 named Court and oau
hi 1 plaintiff seeks divorce. ('"." f'.r'' :

p + r:., : County Order In Telegraph next four shall.. : Koch Drug Store .. ,;..;:.<< .i(:,",,,:..' Blanding Tailors

1.' Witness my* Florida hand :: ;, . 0 .j, .:,:'. _
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86mrk ,
c+1" ? '' l th. i. : !!/ '

,4a a3 5 k""a''Jt v '"At}'' As Atty.H.(OFFICIAL Clerk O. for Brown of Pit.SEAL aid,-Slarke.)Court.A.., : ::: i. : Bradford Photo Shop . \: fi+ t "* Priest 5c: To $1 Store

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a : \o.o-
( r 1' IN CIRCUIT COURT .. \' ':;4 0'' .

,1 7 ;'/c',;,,., St'.' No John Mlntlena CERY.COUNTY.4108 R. Wynn Wynn FLOR1UAI Plaintiff) k C. H. Driggers Furniture Co. ':.: I Gem Jewelry Co.

r. a 4', AND ORDER NOTICE OF TO .""; ... ."I ....." 'i"' ;. e
,y+ <' bt OF FLORIDA :
"i j Mlntlens Wynn 431 < United Army Store
+.i r, '' r' Avenue.You are Baltimore.required to ; The Smart Shop !: .r:7'j': : :

..rr .A' {, ': v November named Court It, and 19U, In i :>

rr''t r County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall_ ;: .' : ''y >,;,: .: b ', BONDS NOW ON SALE AT, -
'I four
I Order In next I Winkler Electric Service
Witness my hand .
. 'M Es Spa seal rke. Florida, FLORIDA BANK STARKEf

-. t : I 1 Nth( .a 18.OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. 224-226 Temple Avenue ', at

As Clerk of said Court ...
t "
'I i ZILch H. Douglas, Gainesville Fla.AUY.
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; -" e . m* ik I received his discharge from the 1 Several Farms '

. army after serving overseas. He ONE WOMAN'S OPINION) I - Unemployed Pay

[nnybrook is Norman.the son of Mr and Mrs. Everett I Some 1 On Increase HereA Change Hands .

Mr. and Mrs. By Bltlee Raw of all because Victory Recent realty transfers from the ,
"l'IulJI! Crawford W. T. Crosby had happiest they were I total of $130.50 In unemployment '
. . . . their grandchildren, Larry Hugh The subject of American men a part of the youth who had risen Loan Facts compensation payments was; office of F. C. Holllngsworth Include ;, u
. and and Sharon Crosby of Lake But- up to strike down all who defied the sale of the Overstreet
LJ sirs' 0 E. Crosby ler with them this week-end. Their be marrylng.German women seems to them, with the announced Inten- 'Washington, D. C.-Victory made to 10 persons, 2 women and Farm, owned by Mr. I loll Ings-
Beverly Jo and Sherman and mother Mrs. Iris Crosby attendedher one on which everyone has an tion of making the world their Loan facts honoring th. men and 8 men, In Bradford County during worth at Hellbronn Springs to + '
Mr. opinion, and doesn't mind
nner guests grandmother's funeral In .expres-,. playground. women who won th. war, are su the week ending October 20, Mr. and Mrs. John Klein. The r
children sing It-judging from I.
and( the mail follow
lie Andrews Georgia.Mr. have received in recent weeks. For I will not Bay where I went D.itt.1 October 29 through D.- according to announcement from farm has 33 acres.
River recently and : and Mrs. Fred.Halblop and Instance, this one: from there, but I111 say this, .mber, 8. the Florida Industrial Commission Mrs Maude Leslie of Virginia
Ursula. Crawford little daughter have moved Into Dear Blllee: that as long as there Is a Ger- Quotas i 11.000,000,000, 4 bit. bought the 20 Acre Rafe Alvarez ,.,
in Tallahassee These
Shirley Ann spent sev- their new home that has been This many the people of Germany will lion in Individual ..1!_ 2 billion pay- farm and :Mrs Marie Inouye of
recently in Lake Butler constructed close to Mr. and Mrs. seems to be the time for I uphold It. They will send their In Scrie. E ..1_ 7 billion from ments were made to the follow- New York bought the W. O. My-
arguing so I would like
Yrr! and Mrs.' Cyril Mc- W. R. Haislop. to the very "intelligent"to sol reply spies among us and they will not other non-bank Inveiton.Beatont balanr. will ing classifications; shipbuilding rick property in Hampton.
Treasury 1
'.'l Mrs. Cyril McLeod of Lake But- stop until have and construction, Mr and Mrs. Charles Kaubaof
Crosby and son, dier who wrote that he would they that for b. drained by December. MoneyI. carpenter, rigger
el11 Bernice Kelly ler spent Monday with her sister- like to marry a German womanif which they are searching. I am vitally needed for honpltalUalion shlpfltter, telephone operator, Clifton" N. Y., have arrived to ''vt
'! in-law. Mrs. Arsula Crawford and he not Inclined to give advice-good, rehabilitation! retraining, occupy their farm In Hampton
In didn't have laborer welder clerk.
already an and
kUtl"ff business from L. O. Johns pgl
bought r
daughter Shirley Ann. American bad. or indifferent-but If this feeding and clothing men ovenseas recently
I have tried to A representative of the Social '
home Mr. HoIII ngsworth'a I
FridaY. soldier had transportation payment through
Seen the
lie CrosbY spent last restrain myself, but I can't any things with of munition already n..... Security Hoard Is here each agency.
.P. T visiting her' Bible School HourThere longer. his eyes that I have seen with Thursday morning to Interview

Ld the sister-in-law.south Mr. ande I In the first place, he couldn't mine, then he would be glad that applicants for payment and discuss -
were 70 children present have known the German girls the the American women have fore- Jobs with them
Billiard and several sight enough and are wise enoughto ?lf tu,7fadou
e Crawford and Mrs. mothers visiting at entire three years that he was New Baking Method '
rsula attending to the Community Bible School this overseas In ETO. If he entered want to prevent a practicethat Christian
JmRaiford|osler were Monday. week. The class Is held' each' France on D plus 4 that would could be disastrous to our Used In Recipes ChurchTho DOUBLE DUTY

and Jack Smith of Tuesday in the Methodist Recreation have '>?een June 10, .1941 and he country.Yes Offered PillsburyA revival meeting which has
*Kelly visiting their Building with Mrs. W. J. couldn't have become quite so I knew Purls when it wan by been in progress at the First

tier ana were Sfrs J. N Kelly I Churchwell as teacher and Mrs. well acquainted right at first as gay and I watched the lights die colorful new recipe book that Christian Church for the past twoweeks DOLLARS ;
!r, R. A. Green as pianist. there and the laughter and gaiety fade
, Everyonets' was a little fighting goingon will come 10 a clone Sunday +
tells all about Ann Pillsbury'sstartUnK
Invited. I watched : you
Lman of this section has about that time.I away. Europe as It "
do not know the things that turned Into u battlefield for the No-Knead baking discovery The meetings have been well attended W. G. BRAGG

The: Sign of Radiant Health this man has seen, but I can relate world. I've seen a lot, and most and how you can bake 75: and the congregation hall ry;
the facts that I know, as I of It I am trying to forget But delicious variations of home-made enjoyed sermons b y a varied Accredited Teacher y

WANTED: have seen them ''Iwas in Ger- this one time I had to bring it breads from the basic recipe is group of pastors, Including Rev Violin & Viola
many before the Germans were out. I hope It will help someone. Fred Dodd Chaplain Curtis and
Leek Foe I rl rlTrud. waiting for you at your grocer's.Thii -
1. A woman who worked 1 with
defeated <
'1'" when they were the Rev W. O. Sme ley. l'roAIrcUVI'upllft ContactT.
10 REPAIR . proud and victorious conquerors the underground and prepared big, practical 64-page book A basket dinner will be held on t
Mark v .,, .- T over all they surveyed, when they' a way for our of fast and fun-to-make No- the church grounds Sunday, following l
had beaten down and overrun the I on D plus 4, frll'nd'i Knead recipes Is Ann Plllsbury'sgift the morning services, and 400 South Walnut St. }

MAN small countries, taking prisoners, : Another bit of red herring that to homemakers of Starke and the public Is invited to attend. or W. O. Bragg t tIJU
both men and chil- our soldier friend tried to Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- J
FLORIDA LIYRA' TONE I ITak. women-even drag vicinity with the purchase of a ; Alain Street
dren. across the trail was asking me to' ing Worship 11 a. m.; Christian
FLORIDA LIVHA TONE relieve : sack of PILLSBURY'S JIK'k'IIIe, Florid
Box 311 up. t stomach, constipation, hadach to They were a proud nation then check up on the nationality of 23-pound Endeavor 6:30: p. m.; Evening t5.
caused by bihouunasa and to promote and these praised women weren't our Supreme Commander. What BEST Enriched FLOUR. Grocers Service 7 p. m. ,1AderelwN

[Starke, Fla. proper{ .una oi elimination.Radiant Health Enjoy Get that your vigorous bottle working In the fields. No! They' has that go to do with it pray in''' the area are cooperating with ,
now for the benefit ol the whole family. didn't have to work. They were : tell? I have not only checked on Pillsbury Mills In making this ,I
All Drug Store sell Florida lavra Tone. -
in the best of health, had plentyof I Ike' nationality, but I read the free offer. Mz
clothes, and plenty to eat. I complete history of his life, a long Homemakers throughout the From where I sit... d Joe Marsh.'';

They would stride about with. time ago. I could also tell our country who have tried the No-

their arms linked with a memberof soldier friend about any of the Knead method are planning their

t EXCITING NEW the Luftwaffe, Wermacht, or i other Generals In the Army including entire meals around It. Deliciousloaf
'em Down
even prouder still, with the mem- General Kruger who was breads buns and rolls, brunch Keeping on

BAKING DISCOVERYBIG bers of the dreaSed Gestapo The born In Germany They would breads, tidbits -- even desserts t
p i frauleins! knew no defeat and never turn us over .to another and entrees are easily, quickly the farm
Aim hiU4u would laugh and blaspheme the country because they are soldiers: made from the basic recipe And a

BOOK TELLS HOW. Americans and the British to high. they went and 'did their jabs, and another of the advantages Is that Rode out to the Jenkins farm women's volcos in the farmhouse -
. No-Knead dough, mixed in a mat-
I Heaven. This their far of them have asked
was country so none the other day-and there was and home cookln', ami a a
.A GIFT TO YOU WITH. . In the days I knew it-not after for divorces to marry a German, ter of minutes can until be stored In young Charlie Jenkins-two friendly glass of beer. No," ho

D-Day, but before they knew the nor have any expressed a desireto your refrigerator to Itt! you are months out of uniform-driving says dreamily, "not dulll"!
and the unionof and her back ready use
in one bring
strength the Allied armies.power to the marry states. Better get your book on the No- a tractor as pretty as could bo From where I nit, that's how

Knead way today, If your grocerIs with his one good arm. Iou of returning veteran must
'PI1Iburq's lest The men were an arrogant lot As to nationality, I am part out of books send proof of pur- "I expect yon find that pretty feeL Yearning for excitement?
FLOUR when they marched under the German myself, but I have no i
Arc de Triumph in Paris In mid love for Germany at all. I am chase to Ann Pillsbury, Minneapolis dull after piloting a bomber," I No just mighty glad to be back
2, Minn.\ and with the old familiar things the
your personal suggested.
25 LB. 1940. Outside of Paris the people : not criticizing the German race,
GROCERY will be mailed. Or, forward daJ"'. work, the rewards of
KELLY'S copy
1 1.69 of France were streaming to the but only these who a few months Charlie gives me a wide contented -
Fla. BAG 23: cents in coin for each addi- home, companionship, and sim I
Lawtey, small villages or anywhere that ago helled Hitler from one end grin. "Dull he says.
they could find refuge; cringingIn of Europe to another. stand up tional copy wanted. "All the time I was over Gerpie pleasure like a friendly

fear for their lives and the lives for what I believe In and no one many I dreamt of this-the smell gloss of beer. No...Dot dolL t t
-FOR- of their children. But there was can change my mind. That is IN SOUTHERN JAPAN of hay and the hot sun on my ,.
no refuge for these people. Those every American's privilege As back . and comln' home to 80eI ,d. :
Block Construction Oct. 7, 1945
Concrete who were wanted were searchedout to beingbright1', I doubt If I i
Dear Mr. MattHews:;. ,
only to be tortured or could hold to
enslaved a light some of the
There have been lots of
,Any Type_ Building In Germany there was frauleins because I am not'an Copyrtgh1.194S, VnilfJStaUt Dnwtrt Foiuutatiom
-t since I'wota
.. you last, which .was
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"" great rejoicing, and these fair actress and (ouldit't'put' oil an act .. ,. -
Sidewalks 0 during the battle of Okinawa. We - -; - - - - -
Floors Steps "
( ones, whom some of our men for a chocolate bar, even if I have travelled almost all over the .".- .- - - - - I'
would home wives, wanted to.
bring as were
Steel Window CasementsAlso Pacific since then and now we Authorized Dealer for The Following Lines of 4
are on the beach at Hlro, whichis
Appliances", :
Griffis Boy 17 is little wonder especially with in southern Japan. We transported -

Lumber Direct From MillJ. the uncertainties of the economic troops both ways between RADIOS Zenith General Electric, Motorola Car &
Enlists For ServiceIn future, that young men with an Okinawa and the Philippines and House Sets, Farnsworth.
to the future, and anxious be Luzon _
eye were lucky enough to in - -- --
MAURICE EDWARDS: Regular Army to assure themselves and their, when the war ended. After that REFRIGERATORSTllot Point, Gibson. >
families ,_ __ __... .. _ __.._ __ 0_____
GENERAL CONTRACTOR Woodrow D. Griffis, son of Mr. of security, are enlistingIn we got about a month of rest be- 0 .
PHONE 94 and Mrs Leonard Grlffls of the Regular Army as a career." I. fore we loaded up' for a trip toJapan. WASIIING MACHINES Automatic & Non-Auto-
Local obtain full information matic Bendix, ABC General Electric.: '
sfl w Starke, last week headed a list boys may After fighting our way _._0-0 ________ __ __,_.____ _
from! the recruiting officer through two storms we finally
got '
of enlisting In loFT'oTnt
17-year-old boys HOT WATER HEATERS Clark Duo
to at Camp Blanding, or at here today.
the Regular Army, according
an announcement from the Army Room 250 in the Jacksonville At one time Hlro was a Jap- Therm. a
-- -- - -- -------
/ Recruiting Station In Jackson Post Office Building.Kingsley. anese plane base but there isn't SPACE HEATERS[ Duo Therm, About Nov. 15 on
1 4t S e . e e . . much here now but the American t
ville. Model 715, as to factory.
Army. If those B-29s did a good
with book. Young Griffis was accepted in Lake Job on 'all places like they did

a good .. accordance with the latest enlist-army here I don't see how the Japs held {We Can Also Take Your Order On The t t
regulations which permit
out as long as they did. This
ment of 17-year-olds with the per- . . . . . . country isn't anything but large New HOT POINT All-Electric Kitchen, r

15 mission of their parents. Broward, Jr., and Donald Strick hills, but it's pretty. I can't get
Special benefits now availableare land were guests Sunday of Tommy used to their farms, which seem Always A Complete Line of Wiring'Materlals. We
1 proving particularly attrac- and Helen Haines at the homeof to be small patches all over the Also Have In Progress A New Display Room Where '

tive to young men, Lt H. S. Rep- their parents Rev and Mrs.L. hill sides.' It Will He To Your Advantage To See The New Merchandise -

. pert, Jr., commander of the Jack- D. Haines In Starke. If we leave here for Okinawa As It Comes In. ,

t sonville recruiting station declared Fred Hawkes spent last week- tomorrow, which is possible, then ,
- -- -- -
this week In a statement to the end In Jacksonville on business. within a week I should be on my -

t tEISO Telegraph. "Many boys find it Sgt. and Mrs James D. Averitt way home. I have enough points J:
possible to continue their pre left Saturday to spend a few daysIn and I'm almost on top of the list '43(

fa/1/ viously Interrupted education Quincy with Sgt. Averitt's parents and !If I'm lucky enough to get
?/I--. while they are In the army," he, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Averitt. good transportation I'll be back In I \YV I INK L E R Electric Service

said. "Courses of study are made Mrs. Broward Strickland and Bradford County soon. That wilt

available through the United son, Gene>and Mrs C. II. Harper be a happy day, after being away 226 TEMPLE AVE. .

v..e rv-ae.p,t,dew.CWtom C*U* a.N" and while serving in uniform, and ville Friday. -Armond M. Thomas.

drawing Army pay, It Is possible Sgt. and Mrs. Dick Hall and I

for a boy to complete his high son Ricky are visiting, Mrs. Hill's I

school course and qualify for his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G H. Cow- I
Sarge's Place I diploma." I an In Jacksonville During this !
High school graduates are also time. Sgt. Hill will be busy withan
utilizing the educational benefitsto Army exhibit at the Duval
November 1-2-3
RKE'S ORIGINAL begin or continue college County Fair.

studies, he Indicated. Due to weather conditions, Be-
R M Y Perhaps the most attractive gle, son of Mr, and Mrs. Charlie HPUR J !

feature Jf enlistment in the Regular Harper was delayed last week, A
Army Lt. Reppert1 statement but arrived Monday by train. Be- !
TOREAuthorized continued is the 20-year retirement gle with his wife Aileen and her

plan. According to this mother Mrs. Belle are all visiting ''I i
plan a young man enlisting at the with Mr. and lira. Harper.Mr. _
of seventeen will be able to and Mrs. W. G. Moser and

age retire when he Is 37 years old at eon. 1st Sgt. Jack Moser, returned : 11 11I

g The {War Department comfortable pay. "This Is an age to Miami Tuesday morning

at which many men have not yet after a .visit with Mr. and Mrs

begun a career", he said, "And It J H. Moser I I

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last week He la a former pastor w- -- .
\\VSCS of the Starke PresbyterianChurch.

{\, t t I Circles! One and Two of the THE AGE OFSUPERPOWER ,4c: .. y

Woman's Society 0 f Christian
m' ('INf'll'I' tot-NT. MIIAUKOHUlOIINTl.
Service will meet Monday. Nov. IMAN-
: ft at 3 p. m. In the Church School CKItY.Miry IS HEREIAcoueticon I

'j'' i Rooms : Pellerman neiiriionehe' Plaln- mftA\1I1J\ r r4r ms
tiff. v.... Klkunnh: Henmonche De Introduces OPJEI

t Mrs Bertha Pearce will entertain tendant.ORDER Cane.OF No.I'flrWPATION 4143. Revolutionary NEW I
i Circle One and Circle Two
will be entertained by Misses Kate STATE! OF KtiOTllUA to: Mr. 0 '

\\: Struth and Amy Coburn."l dance FUkanih In. nenmonrh 600 Went, tilth whrme Street roM "SOPER-POir < !
-- New York, New York, and whoi I
p".t, Office Addreim< l I. Mr. KlkannhHenmoNche
; Mrs \-Voodfln Halle and daugh- I % Chertoff 135 W. HEARING AID

W.. j j ter are expected this! week-end Hudson. street, Long Bunch, I. I., !
I New- York.
'v ;t,, I from Arcadia to spend some time You are" rennlred;, to appear on
I' ) 3. 1945. In t With Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle :] : ..7b""u t and catine\ .h-h'.br: I jrefone
w thought possible
{(/ + and to await the arrival. of her plaintiff aeak. dlvon-e and restoration ever .,a !
i of Mnltlrn. I-Irl\Hnrd
.'i ,,y h 1 husband, who Is coming from California 'I County Telegraph"" .. thin With Less Battery Voltage! -
;, ', { for discharge In Jacksonville Order' In next four weedy. IHHIIBB. p
Witness. my hand and official Less Weight!
'' from the Navy. eat at Starke, FJorlcJa, thin. November 5
1 1 I. 1946.OFFiLtf.ISI9Ai.. Lest Bulk I
( 14) 'A. J. Thomas
of Pin-
The Rev. C. H.
Am Clerk of said Court. !
i Less Expense
t ;, ell as Park spent several days here "'. 'rAnlt( T.iiniJrum.. Ktarke, Florida ,
Alt. for Pit. 11.2 41 11-23
Amazing new experience for

1; c I ti .n'I.'r roriiT. ntiinronii ,. hard-of-hearing! 1'

rorXTV .KLOIIIIIAI, tll: ":>-

AUTHORITY o o Aifn" ( KltV...:.. MoodY Anderson, }plaintiff I demonstration Call or write today! for free FREE P Sht's Every Little Girl' With for Christmas lust Lik* th. Reel/? < / Onell

ty i :
VB. Hal Lloyd Anderson Defendant.
'\ o ('aea. No 41S7.OKI ,
DEAFNESS I "RK OF PI''ATION: 201 Exchange Bank
i STATE OF1 FLORIDA tot: Hal St. Augustine, Fla. .
\, Floyd Anderson, Box 491 Florence, A.
Will Demonstrate!' New scuds j Carolina.You -
are" required to nupenr on
: .- i rte Hearing Lens December named" Court M: find 1945, cause In the wherein above 113 LafayetteSt., Starke \\Jc } a SI Nlnctoon-Inch 1

plaintiff seeks divorce and rentor- NOVEMBER 7th t
h.b ntlon of Mntden Name. Bradford
t t'j.t\i , 1F ha County Teletrrnpli shall publish I\ thin IpmtlJ 5 p. m.CLASSIFIED BABY ulrr
i Order In next fuur' weekly lH>n n.wltneHK .
my band and official
( itr "4" ,( S'J enl at Starke, Florida, thin. October - .
'J I f. 2111h945.! ,
( ilP'Fi( <'IAI. "SWAM A. J, Thomas, DOLL
'+ N As Clerk of mild Court.T. .. ,
J T Frank I.nndrum, Htnrke: Florida, ADS ; MIckey and Donald .o ,., ;
;; Att. for Tlf. 11-2 4t 11-23 ,
T .
: DEEDSenate 125 REWARD for return or Information -
V Rill No. 1(67)NOTICE leading to recovery of 4.98 TELEPHOrIEI%
If'I II'! HEREBY! OTVRN heavy Texas paddle with new.
That Donald Stern holder of Tax girt at rap. on left aid. Notify ,
w3cd' .
1.. A. Wynn filL-- >ton. Nn nuftlons
Certificate No. 1041.' Issued the 7th .
day of August A. l>. 11138. ban filed arked. 11-2 2tp by Walt Disney I
same. In my dfflce and has. madeapplication .98
for a tae deed to be FOR nENT-Two-room furnl hed
limned thereon.. Said certificate apartment with lights and water. Twenty Page*-All ;
41 embraces. the following: described Adulta. only Mr. Warren Per. New Stories .: '
Yq I tF1'F property In the County. of Uradford kln, End of E. Thomas at. tip o Her eyes more and her long lashes are definitely "&1&1110'111" Baa a spring dial wits ft'
state of Florida"' to-wit: numbers and letters
t WV, of 8KV: of NR14' Sec 23 Twp. Printed in Beautiful Full girl She wears a beautiful flock: dot dress and matching JUIt
1H n. 23 R, 20 PLAIN Q'L"TT4TtSG-1 will cover old like the grown-ups' phonei.
x containing Acres Oompollition
let quilts and blanket. for comfortuand Color bonnet, cute undies socks and bootees. bead, ,
more or **
The nneRninent. . of the said' property make quilt topn.. Very reax- arms'and legs. And It's almost as bIg ai ,
a under. the mild. certificate l 1- onable. Mrx. J. H McDonald. COM IN TODAY t the real ones. Every little
Lrflwtey, Fla. __lt
fl4 l r M Stern.Sued wars. In the name of Frank FOR YOUR COPYDolly Other Beautiful Dolls....;...................98c to 9.95 boy and girl will waat oai,

II irnleim said' certificate shall he NOW OPEN: FOR IJ'U8INESS-Phll.
redeemed' according: to law. the lln'H Lunch 4 miles out on HIgh-
property described. therein will beHold way 28. fins, drinks, and mtndwleheB. .
4 Air.. Louis, A. Stcgmann, with to the highest. bkld-r at the Fresh eggs for nale. Itp
c4 q specialized training on hard of court In house. door on the first Monday
the month of December
hearing problemx, will conduct 19 IS, which .In the 3rd day of December FOR SALE. One two burner. kero- '
i 1 heater In fine condition. ]Kdi Rides in Style :
1 a fret clinic at the renl 1 thin 1t .day of November ward T. Hhull, 700 block W. f/e Jumps Over
: !
of 'Mm. John Uitlow, 113 Lafayette 1945. Lafayette St. UpI .
t k a m St.( on Wmlnnxlay November (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..Y. Thomas, 1 the Conx/Veif/cH/

I y 1 r 7th from 1 p. 11[. to 5 Clerk County of, Florida.Circuit Court 11-2 of Bradford 4t 11-23 I HOUSE FOR SALE o'' V .p. Ah"n m

P. M.
t h lie ------. -_._-. Five room* and bath ,- CtJDDLY,
a will & M
demonstrate the newAcountlcon .- T....... In nun porch. Completely furnished : (n 'U
; e r
) r Hearing I System with all modern con o 'VI IIEA11
embracing the 8 basic element 'I>OUL SULKY .
h i W.C.T.U. veniences.> Can, electric auto-
recommended by the IT. S. Government. and t
matic hot water heater 1.90 '1.98.
li l .
stove Located In
)' ; Being hard of hearing himself, "IS IT RIGHT gee heating *., Dainty 'pink: and blueenamel plash eoftUkT
W. wool
? heart of town at 328 of
safe Made
} ,lf Mr. Stegmann takea an under- cunning HU .
.t ' In It Right/ to build churche St. Inquire Jack Frledler Ro& L mal decoration. Twenty- and t* the touch.
standing Intermit In
+ r helping the to nave men' soul, and at tho er's. ISO E. Call'' St. fiTe-lnch handle. '" toll and be epos *
+ J hard of hearing and l Is qualified ,11
name tune Itoense" shops to'destroy a collar.
,' to make scientific correct MATTRESSES of all kind 'reno m..I Wj ribbon o
( ; ,iw ail +, fittings. of bone and "air''conduction menf-: ': vated; furniture upholstered and' u. ..
(' f' f IK It Right to licence, a man to reflnlnhed. Drop we a card. ;.
l, t{ I I, p 4 Instruments.Any ., ell that which will make HASTINGS MATTRESS CO., L"ox :; S '

IIti stage of deafness Is. not man drunk anti then punishthe a 230, Palatka, Fla. tf k p.c1allyor'Little Folks/ 'VASUABILE

+ only embarraHhlng but serious' Nursery IlbymeACTION
-- -- - _
man for being drunk? ,
ti to the welfare of good limtitli In It,,Right, to license a man to : j]

} 'r)4) 41 i and Hive.mimt generally N progresK'hen make pauper and then to tax 30 ROOMSCABINS I i ,)' .\ Safe for Baby

sober men to take rare of the - I TOYs

n ? one become aware. of paupers' ANDKITCHENETTES ' 1.8 ... t
to ; their lnjtfiipN .
they should Immediately It It Right to license saloonto '
a o
r ;I itiil r consult a phyNlcliui breed, \Ice and then tax people | o JiI little
and If the condition In. of a a cute
for HrlioolM to teach ,,virtue Gas Heat Gas Cooking lamb, dogs or Pun a string and over the
progressive type they should l It It night to derive revenue LightsCompletely TliIrty-IMeco pony. The,'re soft, candlestick he goes Abe I

.rl wear a reputable hearing aid from a traffic which Scientist, cuddly From eight to thto- cow that jumps over the

h Jcp ;, x I hat han "been scientifically fit- Ilt'dlcnJuthorltlett and Educators Furnished TEA SET LOS inches long moon and a :HumjityDnmptr
'I4 : !j j ; led to their partlcular.h..arlng. teen who falls off a
cannot defend? :Bright shiny plastic. Service
| J wall and breaks into placed!
..c, E l O M.Wrarlng Is", It Right to manufacture and Book A Room Ahead tor four! Even napkins! r
if. JY f t'' an aid exercise. the evil
a commodity that steals
d sensory ne-n'NI. retard deaf- .a\\'ay.' man's brain and For' Wife Or ParentsLARRY'S -'eniR

1 r 'r new. and prevent or corrects makes him.. murdered on the 1 WJ They Can Hammer to

i conic! | | public highways? PLACE -.z\\ Their Hearts' Content h''

lit", It "Right for our' Government ,
Impulses' on the brnln. to abet and support a 1000 Feet From J B Gate
'( One'of the feature of the civil I Peg Nail
enemy which baa killed KINGSLEY LAKE

I Acoimtloon Hearing System. I III since Pearl Harbor more Americans .- - - .. --- Play Table

t Speech Ke-Educatlon. than the Germans and FOR 8AI-.E-Two lot In good loca- i
w ?; Few people realize that nerv- Japn combined? tion for home In Stark... Also 1.98 I tl
u M Ousntwd" Indigestion Meeplenw' several water front lots on Crystal ,.
f and It Right to ration necessary l ike. N. D. Wainwright 1 I Jr., o C*7 This 'wonderful table ,,
C D Inferiority complex food products to the consumer Broker. 129, K. Call St. Phone 102 : Includes pegs, hammer and 'A... Il ,
t t'r; '+ t are the results of Impaired but allow the liquor traffic unrestricted 10-26 Htp = 3 ; board for nailing and ::011

1 l r ,, S hearing which can retullly i eovercome quantities of those *&; hammering. Seat 1*securely IIzClr. .11. e1.""

with the proper hear came products to manufacturenot LIST YOUR' FARM. CITY AND *'. attached. s 1onPk d'lo' Ill
f leg aid. BUSINESS PROPERTY . 141
only Wholly Unnecessaryproduct 10 '.
You should take advantage of . -
but one that' endanger .
111 .. "
p thin free' hearing clinic and If and destroys life health FJr. ........ e

i& f your exmmlnatlon: : shows! the and Moral.*?-E. N. Berger.stock STROUT IELELT .u. Them

Iu need for medical referral you . .. Little Ann Will Love For Young ScIentist'Adorahle
Supt., Harrisburg, Pa. Greatest .. .. .r e..a
tiyet ,' w, win be advised and then fitted Antl-Saloon League. TIlE t..r. ....rertr. Haa aiade .T.r eft" )
A Ix.: 0..i.. ._ :1 rl,
& according to the phIIc.Ireconunt'Ddation. ( Hmea-Farm
7"I NATIONAL VOICE. Aereaot ..,..... t>eM all ever <..
3 s an's ; World. Free ..em llitta*. "

kat a r i u M =. .. ---=:.- -_ ':D'I'' E..A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY I
--- ---- STUFFED

Represented! Locally By ,
118 So. Walnut St. 2.98...

3.79 brUhe4 Microscope
1 rwr f SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually .A f06 et iaariea.

( ? See Us If You Need One deslcned.Wet Madison Mr. St.Bertha Pearce T.* ,.lot 4tD Steam Shovel ptuah.fawnandaC OU 'ttogef Set 4.95

r (1 d ti A big t41.D-lncJI.. r of loft balt.1J1Cla!leece. me. I"s a peach! H"* a WJpower -
', WE HAVE THEM $15 Per Month Up VETERANS-Would you Ilk a by fourteen and.a halt-inch. and a microscope. c -
J Watkins business In this county? Metal scoop. ln*, eta
W5t Write THE J. H. W AT KIN 8 i leaU, elides rt
COMPANY IT Hunnlcutt St., N.
W.- Atlanta. :3. Georgia 31;
w At44t '
T FOR RENT. - S room bungalow, A Puppy, A A Cute Little Cat I
Will Soon Be Released completely furnished. Call 123
( or aoo Temple Ave. Itp
;' A-lTED--Help: to harvest sugar/ .
rane crop: at once. Require 8 Naw
good worker. around SO I "SLEEPY TIME Santo
Apply In A. R. Moore. 1 mile
A, 4 Get Your Lot Now In F.a..t of tartce on road 48. PALS"

fl Foil PAt.R-40 acre farm, IS acres e J fr;
In cultivation, small paper shell
IJIF1IJIsTA : P"ran rrovr. small house; located :, 1.98.
ZH miles 8E of Starke betweenhighway
13 and 4S. See' F. I* Floppy' *ar and Mg ribbon

Beautiful, Restricted Sub Division dough.Fla. P. O. Box- 772.11.2 Btarke.Itp Tick TocU Box>< bo".... Soft itnfled for little '-.c.--..-l AatO 1"q$

Books 1.<1W arms .cuddle.. From IS to fr Giro sN
CHOICE LOTS FOR 8AI.E-Electric: Cold Spot refrigerator of i at te
1 six foot,; new motor. to d0. 17-fnch rite 8udaooesn
: 300 S. Walnut. BOOks eels t I ? blades
? ; $100 DOWN, $10 PER MONTH tor lags uyrlncl>.

11F..1NEF.OFn Tvpl"t-S'.nollL'-
,. /,. rapher. Apply telephone Starke
133 It
r ? H SEE -
i FOR RE-lT-F..nt..h.: '* Mme ads
'latent to Camp niandlnv. R
_ room, excellent furnl..hlnn. and

r W. T. CLUTE REALTOR equIpment Phone StArk. 133. It ,

( FOR RENT: -Several cahlnii with
t cooking facllltlen, also outside
room with heat lights water. J. P.

119 EAST CALL STREET, STARKE linens.. week..and 109 rnrer Christian furnlllh".St. or ITPr ROBERT'S MOTORS

? Phone I U. It 600 Temple Ave. v STARKE, FLOW

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Official County Publication Established In 1877 hr

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= Om = ===

ceived his grade as a signalman, -months of overseas operationswith :B.H.S., !Is now on terminal leave ,

t SERVICE! VAt4I:? I first class She 31st Infantry (Dixie) : from the Army after 20 months ; "
lie was then assigned to the Division. :of service In the ETO. t

USS New Jersey and helped to Sgt Anderson, who Is sergeant I Warrant Officer Baker was a
LT. L. O. JONES EXPECTS KOSCOK I PARKISIIRKCEIVES put It in commission. He spent major of the 31st Division Special member of the Starke National ,;
TO RETURN: IN SPRING ; DISCI1AKGK almost two years in the Pacific Troops, was decorated for distinguished Guard prior to his service in the '' "r
Lt. It. O. Jones recently enjoyeda Pfc. Roscoe Parrlsh. son of where he took part In the engage- service on Morotal Island Army. While In the ETO he served

10-day furlough at Weggls, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Parrish of ments of'the Marshall Islands, and In the Philippines. He la In the European Civil Affairs
Swltz< .'Ia.nd.He was recently nrooker, was discharged from the New Guinea, Truk, Luzon, Okinawa now on his way home with the Regiment, 292nd Port Bn., and ,
transferred from the 75th Infan- Army at Camp Blandlng on Oct. Tokyo, and many others. He Dixie Division and will arrive in has three Battle Stare
tt + aay h try Division to the Assembly 10. He arrived at Newport News, won the Bronze Star medal and the States sometime this month. Warrant Officer Baker was

Area Command at Camp Cleveland Va., on Oct. T after more than many other ribbons before returnIng lie expects to be discharged under placed on terminal leave effective '
France. He has been overseas four years In the service. He was to the state the Army'a point system before Friday" Oct. 26, and will reside ;',(
for a year and expects to in the First Army, and spent 27 Othman plans to stay at home the first of the year. with his wife at Keystone Heights.He J'1
return home In the spring. months In the European Theatre.He for a while and visit Miami this SRt Anderson was a memberof I states that he will! spend the f.. .

wears the Good Conduct ribbon winter before going to Chicagofor the Telegraph staff' until he i next three months sleeping, fish- ; r -
and I know the people will give four battle stars, and other a Job. entered the service when the Na- Ing and hunting. I
them a wonderful ovation for a 1s'K1U'tODROW
I medals. He has a younger brother, Mar- tional Guard was mobilized In -
Job well done. My heart will be NEWMAN
lie, who has been serving in the November 1940. During the time
Haveess with them that
rmers Special Victory day. OTIIMAV: GKIFF1S RECEIVES; Pacific for almost a year. They he was overseas he wrote a weekly Woodrow Newman of Starke, ICI
I will write from tlmo to DISCIIAKOK FROM NAVY
you haven't seen each other for more column of comment which wasa
I Bond to Honor time here.about news and happeningsover Othman Artie Griffis son of i than four years. popular feature among Tele- who four was years recently of service discharged In the Army after,,
Worryhem In the meanwhile, tell
to Mrs. R. A. GrlffU of Starke received graph subscribes Is at Blan
i now employed Camp
Late PresidentWashington all hands hello for me, and I certainly his h o n o rable dischargefrom T-8QT. A. W. ANDERSON. -- engineeer
ding as a Junior operating
the Navy on Oct. 19 at the i
the Division.
In Poet Engineer
[ This Time D. C. (Special. Bradford County. Jacksonville Naval Air Station. i Sgt. A. W. Anderson Jr.. AFTER TOUR IN KTO: d
The Treasury has called attention Sincerely, Othman joined the Navy on July' son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W Anderson Owen Bruner Baker, Warrant DUKDRN BABY 1
lo a speciallctorr Bond la bold George H. Inman. CCM 19, 1942 and took his boot trainIng of Starke, has been awardedthe Officer (Jg), son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Durden of
D. IDgtoD cent of the 1900-1914<< during the Victory Loan USS Argonne, FPO at Norfolk, Va. From there Bronze Star Medal for "meri- Tracy W. Baker of Keystone Starke announce the birth of a
WO per campaign, October 29 for
p..higher than the prices of 1,000,000,000.starting San Francisco, Calif. he went to Chicago where he re- torious achievement" In 20 Heights and a former student of son on Oct. 3. r

,d will drop again bat Dot u Tb bond U .In .( lJae) .
1921 because the Goat memory "!'__ ,'_ I"" "' '''''''''' '''"'*''w- m. '''.,... ,,-,,,, ,,, ,''\,'''''',,-' n .'''''',, \ - ''. ,.t'1:'''
la laM >
1 ti PrMldcnl Franklin Delano .... ,, : 'cP" :
11 i .. ... . ., ,,, ; :
t y'>xL.kpni'f.'C" ":: ;;;.M" ''':';4:';: r v" vl'k \
is required bjf law" to main1linpport RooMvelt. It will b. ; l' '' : \
t OB aaJ.] at . ; ; :
prices ot at least 00 pet all agencies authorized to ..... \ ;:.': : ;: : 0 : : :: :
: !
loJ parity for two full calendar United State Saving --Bond of t : : , ,
h following the year la which the Series E. Y' :
fodi. The Department of Agrt- Th bond win be la the denomination
i hat announced. | of 1200, to be leaned at ,, "
I i announcement Indicate the ( 150. It will eonatltata an additional
r wilt not be a victim of a drop denomination of Series E "
CM similar to that which fol1 Bond, and will have the same : *
1 till last war In 1921 when terms and attribute a* other denomination :
i hit the low of 115 per cent of .. It will carry a likeness v
II. 1920, 0019141evet. of Mr. ,.
Dt t of the
(tanner will hare more money JIll'I

after the last war. | . . . e e e e e
Lr Finance Committee officials
[that In addition to the main I Iin
ot the price level for two t TheressaBy
i,that non-farm families already j I yi
\ and are accumulating, weekly Miss Ida Hagan
jji through the Payroll Savings . e . e e e e . .
I of tile War Finance Division of Irene, Bobble and Allen Coch-
This, they claim IsI
rane went to Atlanta last week
tile non-farm front will be much
f ibis>l to support Itself than after end to visit their mother, Mrs J. I
ut war during the normal loll of C. Cochrane, who( is In the hos-

Tarmon. Buyers of farm prod- pital there. t
I will! have the money to buy. It Willis Swindell spent a few days
laid,, and farmers should availttlvM last week with his mother, Mrs.S. ; t
of the opportunity to ac- ;
R. Swindell. fS' d k i iar .
\War Bonds luring theVictory Mrs. t r
Mrs. Kelsey and :) Dan Loper I
(M u to have the money with
i to modernize and handle them attended services at the Chris- t I
market demands that will tian Church In Starke Thursday '
eked with cash to pay sustained night. !
i during the two years after Mr. and Mrs. Girton of St. j II ,

|i| ceases Petersburg are visiting their son, Y, try.
i Payroll\! Savings Plan has sold a
Cleveland Neal and other rela- I
Xt.OOO.OOO In War Bonds to wage ,
fa that great bulk of non-farm- I
fbo will, if need'be, enjoy the tives.Sgt.. Sidney Griffis and wife I Ia :
i of their! savings In the recouro visited Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Griffls ; I + la I II 3f
period and have the cash with Sunday. t
10 support themselves. Miss Elizabeth Phillips! of
My of Agriculture Clinton P. Starke visited her father D. J.
a adds! that"prosperity of the e I II II
I depends primarily on purchaser Phillips! and family Tuesday night. t
In the city." Mrs. Martha Castleberry spent I
1 Saturday afternoon In Hampton. I

KTHierii Inman Finds It Hard To Spend I I 3. I t tJ

Money In Japan They Want Food 4 t, :c a. J I I'I

H. 'Y,s c'' Ar '; I i.. t tI
prge Inman, former Brad I f $ 4
pronty legislator, Is now serve 'v ; 4v' I :
(u a chief carpenter's mate % i.I
I,e USS Argonne in the Pacl- I t :

iThlt ship has seen action in I ;
lit every sea lane from Pearlr

| to Leyte Gulf and Inman

pave plenty of experiences to I '... ,
"bout when he returns home a w a. !-' J

P Argonne escaped with mlnIwiiige I

!if. then In began the Pearl the, Harbor travels

(took her to New Caledonia, W haven't forgotten this boy. OVIJ.-f.lJlI.9

f. Guadalcanal Now Zea- ... : I
|the llarshalls, the Admiral-
[w Leyte. Although she was
t attack several times her

|Ft when 1 call> an came ammunition at Manua ship Is1 He hasn't Ior0onen.' done-so successfully in the past, to the achieve Most Important, It will do everything money 1

i4 nearby damaging I thee x haven't either; soldier. ment of E Bond gosh ,. can do to help patch up the broken bodlo agd
We forgotten,
_* and Injuring many of lives of men like this.JVK5&i\ jf
JHw.I the hundreds of thousands of The only way this can"bo accomplished Is '
Not you-or then For this i. the loan with a heart Of all loans
I definite
I recent letter to the Tele- other veterans who have sweated and bled and by accepting a quota-and
in this it is the human.It for heat.
Inman and war pays
Both the on -
writes: hands legs min -y", and meeting It. men women payrolls
their eyes
Itave given lug instead of killing- instead of pain. I 'r
themselves should mercy 11|
been I and the
off the Japanese money. When you go( on a tour their lives-while we sat at home cheering. plants

I'w some time and offlcl- you can hardly spend your money. last-and the moil the. quotas. Can any businessman look a Victory Bond
|OCcupy It with the 'Third They had rather have food, cigarettes ON OCTOBER 29TH, l salesman in the and the Victory Loan is I'' !
| ot which we are a part., I or candy bars.: Constant Important-Bond drive yet mad In this war The great Victory Loan will help provide cash eye say I
less important than the others-or that he can :
Pwa the surrender cere- smokers will follow] a sailor or the Victory loan. for
begin . gnat many purposes.
I *"! everything went off soldier around until he throws a- not pledge his firm to meet the quota which the i I

|7yThe Japanese people way his unfinished, cigarette.It Secretary of the Treasury Vinson has directed It will help raise the money to get our boys Treasury asks him to accept? I I'j II

ll'ad"'. esee the war end. Is Impoeelble to realize how a message to every firm in this city-just as he h ome. It must raise the money to give them their We think not And so we h" our names t
in this-
| several *reas Inr defeated a nation can us-asking for co-operation your
did to benefits educational
completely mustering-out payand veterans
I Yokahama and Tokyo. I the who in pledge: that we accept our quota and will do.
the pee) thanks to boys
be until visit among to your
r you that everything worth .you chance express and all the rest everything in our to meet it .
power (
|WU has been leveled to the pie. There Is no need to try to won this war.

LCr.: Of COUrse some areas buy food, because it cannot be He is asking labor and management, working It will help pay for war goods already used and Wo know we can count' on other Americans- -' I !
Pouched, but the balance isKt found. Complete evidence C o f to contribute once more, as they have take care of contract terminations. to do the same. I
vcleanup ha been present If j
led stark famine Is ever
|f by: the Japanese people j
Ir It were not for thefact that each
11 is In the trust
Japanese local police.: They Individual has a garden plot about
ded i as a eight feet square or less. If the '
highly efficient

lzatlon We Anyway,to and the their they Occupation actions certainly are have months war been had more continued inevitable., starvation for Repayment several would LET'S ALL MEET OUR QUOTAS IN THE VICTORY, LANCOOK'S ) i _

law and order. for all their atrocities Is now com
erw !la quite a clamor for 'ing home to Japan. Peaceful! nations -

IOuvenlrs and trtak ". but will! make Japan staud trial
epn realize that before she can ever again associate
vier everything GROCERY & MARKET
IJ for Bale "' of the same with civilized nations. '
that hard to see ,
offered several It certainly was .
ago,at novelty! stores. You our fleet leave Tokyo harbor for STARKE FLORIDA : j
lllake Victory
r< Purchases with New York City for( the

can n It- Into currency Atonal, but Japanese must Parade repairs and and occupation leave us behind duty. But for On Road 13 Just North Of City LimitsII

Or American occupation the boys really earuc4 the trip



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TWO t 1 t
- Southwest quarter; and West 260 IN CIll'IIT
3 and
I and-Jhe name
; legatees or grantees; Thomas also known a* W. C. 101.1. If a- said defendant of said feet of East hell of No.thw.tquart.r *
or the trustees wsr
OP KLKCTIOX known device.. legatee 'vi. live; and If dead addccaaes of Armour of Northeast quarter; and

; : Th.J Board of Public Instruction grantee.; Chicago Florid Association B. Hamand. wife Emma M. Ham- I heirs, devisees,* or grantees defendant being unknown foreign; corporation Houth half of Northwest quarter of Bessie i P o x 4

.f Bradford County Florida hereby a better description of *alddefendant 1 by If alive: and If dead thai unknown ; M. V. alv.; and If Fertilizer Works ,a known address Southwest qua.t.r 0 f Northeast James W ii|,
S ; calls- and gives notice of an election being unknown; If In exiHtence, devisees, legatees or dad his unknown helrl devisee.. whose last Howell Turpentine quarter; and half of Southwest No. 4128. nJSSfL)
c to he held on 'U"'llay. November ; and If defunct the unknown grantees of such defendants a* are legatees, or grantees..; harl.. H. was Chlcigo III.; Florida quarter of North.a.t quarter; ,
; 6, 1945 In each of the fol4' blr., d. v Isee*. legatee*, dead; Jonn L. Harvey and wife Revlere, whose last known address Company, a dissolved and Northeast quarter of Northwest ORDER ] 1 1.1
t4 I Tax of said If alive and If Mass. and Dan F. w.l. of AND MM i :
lowing numbered Special grantee., successors Emma G. Harvey ; was South liralntrea 'orporaton. James < auarter; and 10uth.a.t quarter STATE
School Districts of said County at firm and the member thereof; Annie dead the unknown heirs, devisees, If alive; and If d.a,1 hi. unknown L Jow"I. and. dissolved Southeast quarter. Northwestquarter James MI
'\ the public school house (for white O. Chrl.t.n.en. whose last legatees or granteea of such de- heirs, derlst, legatees or gran- Howell), trl.t. of .Id ;and Northwest quarter of Wresidence < "S-
', pupils) In each said dlHtrlct, for 'known address was St. Louis Mo.. f..dant 55 are dead; Chest ro C lee.; J. C. Richard Sr.. If alive; corpor a t I o n; UnldwlnLewl..Pac.Con.pany Florida corporation I Huutneaft quarter 0 f Northwest *'. Hucks ami,' ; .:
each said district to elect three (6)trustees If alive; ,nd If dead her unknown Jorrla. If alive; and] If dead and dead his unknown heirs, a dl..olved J. G. ; and North half of Northwest '*,
I the mlllage for or gran- heir, deviates, legatee grantees; nnd . Pace, quarter You ar, ,1
and an"ens heirs dMvUeeff, legatee devisees legatee*, 0 r Powell of Northwest quarter; .i i
"; the ensuing two (2) years.For te..: Charles Chrl..n..n and wifeClernentini or Rr.nt.o.: 1.11. H. Hatiard. also Sarah EI.abth Richardson and Lewis, H. M. WI.on. A. Lee F. W Bud- and quarter of Northeast quarterof Novembei , S '!''P,,,
$ of holding said If Christensen, whose known is L. ... If alive; Richardson whose F. C.Powell. and South quarter of named r *' "
the purpose Ht dead hi. heir, devisees hu"bandVlllam were St. Ington, tr.i"tee" of .aid dissolved corporation Southwest .orthw..t Plaintiff , i., ,
district the fol lat known address was LuI. and If unknown And South half
1 each ;
foreign quarter .
; 4 e1e.ton managers an are appointedHampton Mo. If alive; and If dead legatees or aran ,; Roy F. Mo., If alive; and If dead ; The Baptist Home, .Monroe went quarter of Northwest quarterland ; County T. |. ,, , ft'
f & known heir, devisee, legatee or lucks anl wife Francis O. Hicks, Lull. heirs, devisees, legatees membership corporation description North half of North half of Order In n, \ ssi
; ; : Tax Krbiwl Olnfrlr Vo. 3 grantee of such ,.t.ndant. a* are If alive; and If dead the unknownhflrs. or of such defendant COlntv. N. Y.. a better better- Northwest quarter of Southwest Witnessseal '

"'O. O. Pearce I dead; Charles H. Churchi. also dovliee. legatees or grantees a* lr..rant. ", David Rlchert defendant and a being 'luarter; and Northeast quarter of nt Sun "VJx
I defendants as are address of Bald corporation ber 24th, I'MOFFICIAl
Aaron Mlnton known as C. 1. Churc'hil. .U. of such whose known address wa Gulf Land Southwest quarter; and West S-4
Bob rrown 'I Mary F. al.o known a. dead; Charles I). Hill, whose last West Medford Mass.. If alive; and unknown; Atlantic and Florid of South half of Southwest quarts (

t C C. Tldwell.tarfce. M F. Churchi. If alive; and If known address wa Oxford County. If dead his unknown heirs, dovt- Corporation, a d IH.ole" of Southwest : and W.. A* Clerk of , ''M
t dead heir, devlnees, Maine, If alive! and, If dead his unknown sees. legatees, or grantees; Charle. corpor.ton. and half of carter of Southeast T. Frank ,i ,
: ; Sperlnl Tax Hrhaol Illslrlrt Mo. 3R 'legatee or grantee of nuch defendant heirs. devisees, I.gat.e. orgrantee II. Rlchert; Ruth K. Hlchart; Susan . and M. E Halloway.trustees quarter; and Southwest quarter Atty. for fiicinnir '
; F. DemorestT. a. are, dead; Lottie CI.rk. .; Krastua Q. Hill, T. Rlrhert! If alv., and If dead of said dissolved corpora- Of Northwest quarter of 't.5 ,IliN
, .o N. Kendrlck whose lust known address wa ally and as Trustee, If alv.; and If the unknown devisees, legatees tion: Bradford Bank, a deunc east quarter; and North South --- -'S.
If ; and dead his unknown . of such defen Florida en.por"Uon. a (
Paul Prldge Angeles Calfornia. alv. . or grantees and the Northwest quarter of Southeast .
A. Reynolds.l.nrrter. If dead devisees -I legatees or grantees; 1.I.n: M. dant as are deadtinanda Robin- scription of d.f.ndant said ; and North half of Northeast COt'nTl I.CEIfl 'LO )
;' cor quarter
I legatee or grantee; Paul Hill also known a* 1.I.n lull ; Katherlne Robinson: Walter names of the trustees of Southoast quarter;
.sjerlal Tarn NrheI District Ho. S C. Cohenhaner and wife KathrynF. If alive; and If dead unknown H. Robinson; If alive: and if dead poration being unknown:dissolved Bradford and Southaast quarter quarter of Southeast John Learlit I I

J. S. Austin Coh.lhan.r. If alive; and If heirs, devisees. legatee or grantees the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees Lumber and North 2-4 of West West Leavitt )
; ; ;c Troy dead devisees, ; C. M. Hopkins If alive; and If or grantees of such defen Florida corporation, and C. J. Mc- quarter; of Northeast 4117.
D.nn.t such defendant heirs devisees, J. C. Groff and C. D. Black- half of quarter ORDER
A. H. legatee or grantee. dead his unknown as are dead; C. R. Sapp, If Gehee In Section 28 Lot vl i
dead K. U. Crawford J. E. howe dant well trusties of said dissolved corporation -i quarter; ; AN NtTU
a. tire ; or grantees. ; ;and If dead his unknownheir. --
4 1 Carl Milliard Vssdrrblltserial If alive; and If dead hi. Unknown 1"llt.e. and If dead his unknownheirs ., devlaee, legatee.. or grantees the address of said C. D'I 66 66, 67 and. 58,West and 60 half In of Section Lot 20 14; STATE OIl' ,.. !
heir, legatee or devisees, or grantees and husbandA. Blackwell being West Palm Each. Lot 3, ,-1'
Tax Hrhaol IMMrlct Se. 1O ; Cart B. Scott 19 and 20 andLt. Rrv "lvrt '
Lot -
of and all ;
K. 8. and wife Delinar G. llurd. whose last and If Fla., and the addresses 1) \ :,
F. M. Norman. Sr. grantee*; ; Louis Scott, Jr., if alive; Ct
and In Section 80
C. C. Hutchisonn. Annie Crawford If alive; and It known addrv. wa Lo'.I. Mass., dead the unknown holrs, d.vl.eea. other defendants and a better description 31 ; ; City, OklahoniR
of Southwest
7 Alvarc dead the unknown heir*, devised.legatees .. If ; and If dead legatees, ur grantees of such defendants of same being unknown; quarter You are
r Y'. i: RuBsoll. R. Norman or grantee.* of such defendant"alv", ...*, ligatce grantees a* are dead; Henry H. Brevard Pr"p.rte. Inc., a and dissolved S.- South quarter half of of Northeast Northeast quarter quarter; and of November 26th '

(IrskamJnerlal a* are dead ; Edward ; Elisabeth lutchln.on. whoselast Senders and wife Benders corporaton. flamed Cou,
c' Tat ftrhool Ulstrlrt 11 (t-rawihaw also known a. EMmond known Iddreu Louis, If alive; and !JI.abeth unknown '. Lamon R l. Chas. E. Northwest quarter;; and Southeast plaintiff ic. <: ",tts<, ,,
i John McKlnney la. Crawshaw, and wife i Laura F, Mo. If alive; and If dead her Unknown heirs, legatees, or Wat.on. M. Lamon and P. 1... quarter it Northwest quarter except County Telgr iluj
whose last known address devisees legatee., or Watson trustees of said dissolvedcorporation 10 acres In Northwest corner; <
: R. H- Wand Crawshaw nel.., grantees of such defendants as are Order in ii t,"
: ; I : Berry Dyal wa St. Louis Mo., If alive; grantee; A. James also knownas dead;. F. C. Sharpe, If alive; and If : Live Oak Bank a defunct and Northwest quarter of North.we.t in Witness , '<" 'kIt In
Wiley Kilmoiidson4 and If dead the unknown heir., devisee Wllbert A. James, If alive; andIf dead his unknown heirs, devisees, Florida corporation, a better quarter except 10 acre seal at Stai, ., i- 'd It
4 ., #, .w HirerSperlnl legatee or grantee* of such dead his unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, or grantees; James A. description of said defendant and Northeast corner; and East half of ber 19th, l'nOFFICIAL '.
Tn Nrheol District Ti,. 12 defendants a* are dead; Joseph or grantee; Henry w< whose last known ad the names 'of the trustees of aad! Southwest quarter of Northwestquarter .
h1I and Helen l"late. and wife Lena, Jordon unknown; Bradford ; and) Northwest quarter of ( MA. ' i
Jr. corporation
wife '
1. was New ,
Will An,1r"w.EUltco Craw.haw. dr... lampHhlre. b.lnl of Northwest Clerk ofR. Tb |
Kelley Crawshaw If alive; and If dead whose last known addresses were If alive: and lead unknown better descriptionof (southwest quarter
Sapp unknown heirs (devisees legatee New York N. Y., It alive; and If heirs, devisees I legatees, or grantees said defendant being unknown ; quarter; and East half of Northwest .- L. Mclira'Jacksonvill '".
Oble Moody or grantee of such detend..t. a* dead the unknown heirs, devisees, ; Volncy J. Shlpman and wife Florida Land Corporation, a dla- quarter of Southwest quarter i I' "" i
.: are dead; Myra D. Davis, also legatees or grantees of such d.f.ndant Emily P. Shlpm.n. If alive; and solved Florida .orpor.ton. and B ; and Southwest quarter of 10-26 4t II ncinn '" 'fQr

ferial rna l.nlron. Se. IS known as fflra I). Davis, whose last a* are dead) George 1 If dead unknown helm devisees M. Gilbert, ., Fred Northwest quarter o f Southwest
J. S i Hupp Ulatld known address was Chicago, I1IInola a.d wife )la L. S. Joy legatees, or grantees of.euchdefendants E. b.rt. trustee of said corporation quarter; and Northeast quarter of 5' ir
Freda ClurkRussell .If alv.; and If dead her unknown known as Ella Joy also knownas as are dead: Mary Sllva. ; Florida Land and Southwest quarter; and South half ('01' 'rt', El toi ii'i.,
CarUr d.vl.e. legatee. orgrantee. Ella L. T. Joy If alive; and if If ; and If dead her unknown Immigration Co.. dissolved Florida of Southwest quarter; and South (.ety.: Iltli t i
k' \ Tully Norman .; George black It alive; dead the unknown heirs, devisees, Rlv. or gran .vrporatlon. the names of the half of Southeast qu.rt.rl; and label Anthon , I.gat..a. ,
heir., devisees of such defendants being West half of Northwest quarter of Plalntt
unknown corporation
Itl-Jng and If dead his legatees or grantres t. ; G. W. Skyenne, alive: and trustees "a Joseph Maurt,.
... ..'Taj x Brhnnl DUo. Id l"l.t.e.< or grantee; John a. are d"odV.; E. Knight. If If.dead his unknown h.lra. devisees, unknown; Florida Railroad Company Southeast quarter ;and Southeast j Case No. 4OI4ORDEIt L Qu ri<
.Floyd CroabyH. Dlack alve; and If dead hi. Unknown alive; and If dead his unknownheirs legatees or grantees; Mary V. Ship- a corporation a better description quarter of Northwest quarter of

fr H. Kelley h.... devisees, I.late.. or d.v'...!, legatees or grantees man If alive; and If dead, her unknown of said defendant and the Southeast quarter; and Southwes" ,l
*, Cauley Crosby grantee.; Thomas Dlck.on. alive ; Jessie M. Ladd If alive;' and heirs, d"vl".ea. legatees, or names of the trustees of said corporation quarter 'of Northeast quarter o. STATE ANt) "OF'.NtYI'i,; i
: Harry Lewis I ; and If dead his unknown heir' If dead her unknown heirs, devisees grantees; Thomas J. b..,lng unknown; J. L. Southeast quarter; and Went hal !r''omDAAtGPMaurlre i; !!:
Vrimker devlnees, legatee or .r.nteea; Edward legatees or grantees; Daniel last known .. ..latery.whose Harvey Realty Company a betterdescription of Northeast quarter of Northwes Quiri. .?
? :4q, .: .4' ,fJoerlal Tat Hrhool Illslrlrt >.. IS N. Dlck.r.on. and wife Mary Llndaey; MarlonV.. Llndsey; Ha Cook If alive; and wa.If of said defendant being quarter of Northwest quarter; ii' post office add! 107 Wt l
J. B. Kdwards, Sr. Caroline JUck.ron. If alv"i; and If Llndxey; Mertle Llndaey I ; Levy dead County\11. heirs devisees, unknown: Pura Water Com Section 33: East half of SouthweSquarter Street. New > \ Y

L. Fowler I dead the a.vl."e., LlndKey; Fred Llndsey; If alive; ; Aron Smith pan)', a dissolved Florida corporation of Northeast quarter; ant You are IBIIUI,ui ((0 ,?.,j
h'd" Cone I legatee or grantee of such (I.ten- and If dead the unknown heirs, devisees ; If.dead. his unknown and H. P. Leach, P. 8. Leach Southwest quarter of Southwest November :12 |

Lee Galney. dante a. are dead; Thomas Dixon legatees or grantees of such f"Iv"J.I' legatees, or gran and J B. Henry, trustees of said quarter of Northea.t quarter: and named Coo,' sij.r.Jb3e '
10-5 6tI 11-8 It alive; and If dead hi. unknown defendants ns are dead; F.; H. LonK. ; Chlrl.* F. Smith whose la.t corporation; Hal ey.HambY Company West hi>C quarter ot I plaintiff seek!

heir. devisee, legatee or gran- If alive; an.1 If dead his unknownh.lrl. known address was Kenosha, Win., a dissolved Florida corporation Northwest quarter of Northeast nTen 0 iii 'hail' ')
t.e.; Elisabeth Dixon If alive; and devisees legatees or gran- If : and If dead hi. unknown and Thomas B Hamby Emma quarter; and wet quarter of South ri!\ i !1ee'kt?

TUB ClIlCriT COUHT 01 TIN If dead her unknown devisee t...: Jeff Long, If alive; and If ,. .alv., ., legatees, or grantees M. Hamby and L. E Dilael. trusteeS half Northwest quarter of North Witness mv hund and of i
: EIGhTh JUDICIAL ., legatees, or grantee; W. P.Prirough dead hi. unknown heirs, devisees, ; R. H...Smith also known as of said ; Jul. McN. east, quarfr; and Northwest quar- seal at Stark. Flmlda, this 04
: FLORIDA It AND KOIl BRAD.1 and hi. wife Kaldee W. legatees. or granteea; Aaron Long- Richard H. Smith If alive: and If Tenny and her husband ter; and North half of Northwest o, imsj,' <

i FOUl rOt'NTYl IV CHANCERY. Oorough. also known a. Zalden W. street whose last known address dead his unknown, devisees, Tenny. whose last known addresses quarter of Southwest U leRo: and (OFFICIAL SLAL) A. J, -
W. H. EDWARD8. JR., Uopough. It alive: and If dead the waa Cook County. 111, If alive; andIf legatees, or grantees; Dwight M. were Minneapolis, Minn; If alive; I East 3-4 of South half As Clerk of .iiid ''ourt
AND HIS WIFE unknown h.ln. devisee, legatee dead his unknown heirs, devisees. Snow .aliio known D. M. Snow and If dead their unknown heirs, west quarter, of Southw.s quarter; T. Frank Landruin Stark,, H
KULA M. EDWARDS. or granteoa of nurh defendant a. I".at.e., or grantees: Edward Mo- and wife A.- Snow. If alive; devisees, I legatees, or grantees; and North, half quarter Atty. for I'i(. i
.1 Plaintiffs, are dead; Elisabeth A. Douglas, If alive; and "If dead his Unknown and If Jlarla unknown heir., devisees Joseph P. l"Cul.y. If alive; and If of 50uthw..t quarter; and
4f -vs. whose last known address wa Suffolk heirs, devisees, legatee or legatees, or grantees of suchdefendants dead his heir, d.vl.e..1 Southwest quarter of' Northeast '
J. County. Mas*., If alive; and If grantee; J. J. McLeod and wife as are deed; Arthur R. legatees or grantee; quarter of''Southwest quarter; and IN CIRClET ( OMIT, IBID m

; : THfMA8& H. nURRIN.JAMIH dead her unknown heir, devisees, n r.Pic McLeod, also known a* Snyder If alive; and] If dead his (3) !, North half of Northwest quarter of CEIt COUNTl.Y.William. tlOIIUH, fl i
legatee or grantee; Quatone Drolshagan. If alive; and If and Northwest
unknown devisees legatees Southeast quarter;
AI Defendant If alive; and If dead hi. dead the unknown heirs, devisees, or grantees; Augusts Sommerkton, AND TO ALL. PERSONS HAVINGOR quarter of Northeast quarter of T. O. Wehh, Plalnlif
unknown heir devisees, legatee or legatees or grantees of such defendants CLAIMING ANY INTEREST IN Grace Bongnrlrelih, Mn(
: DILL TO UllKT TiTLE whose last known address was New Southeast quarter ;and Southeast
4 NOTICE AND ORDER TO APPEAR grantee: Erastus II. Duncank If alive as are dead; David W. Mo- York N. V'.. If alive: and If dead LANDS: quarter of Northeast quarter' of
; and If dead nown Nalr, whose last known addresswas his unknown heirs devisees, legatees Southeast quarter; and West half OF ruELiCANI !
s' 'i: THE STATE OF FLORIDA heir, devisees. l legatee* or grantees Warsaw Wyoming County. or grantees; James T. ..Saut I Lots 35, 36 and 44, In Woodlawn. of Southwest quarter of Southeast > NoTICE TO APR
TO The following named, described ; A. Earsteln Sons, J L. Faulk New York If alive; and If dead his ter, Individually Trustee of In Section 10; The Northeast quarter quarter; and North half of Southeast STATE OF FLORIDA to
and classified defendants. 4k Company; Palmer Droth.r.; Ear- unknown helm devisees, legateesor Florida Railroad Company a cor- of Southwest quarter East of quarter of Southeast quarter Grace) Bonirarts Welch liii!
as named described and classified stein and Leahman; hisser and granteos; Eben O. MeNalr and If alive: and If dead hi. Railway; and Northw..t quarter of less Right of Way of Hallway; and erly Blvd Hollywood, Callfoi

2 "below to-wit Stearns; Mosher Brother; M. Ferst wife Lura''V. MeNalr whose last pOI'aton. lielra, devisee, legatees, Southeast quarter; and Southeast South half of Southwest quarter; You are required to app
A Company; Lippman Brother; H. ... wa Warsaw 'Wy .r.nt..s. or successor; Mrs. B. A. quarter of Southeast quarter of and South half of Southeast quar- November 12, 1943 In tbi
T 'l The following named defendants J. Acosta; whose last known address oming County New York If alive; Stalllngs, also known as B. A. Stal- Northeast quarter; and South half ter ef Southeast quarter less Rail named Court and, cause, i
; who are resident of the State of wa Savannah, a and If dead the unknown devisees llngs. and her husband W. J. Stalling of South half of Southwest quar- way Right of Way; and East half plaintiff seeks divorce DM
Florida better description of a unknown ter of Southwest qua l ter; and of Southwest quarter of Southeast County Telegraph Khali publli

:k : Louis H. Hill, also known a. and each of them belnl as are dead; Maria heirs, devisee, legatees or South half of Southwest quarter otNorthwest quarter except parcels d..d.d to Order In next four weekly i
L. H. Emma Poarce Annie known. If In existence; defunct Louisa MeNalr whose last known grantee of such defendant. as aredead quarter; In Section 12; Magyarl and Crawford; Section Witness mv hand and offlm
F:41 Hi Oodwln; ; Henry Hli : the unknown heir, devise.1legatees address WAS Minneapolis, Minn., If ; Max whose last North half of Lots 7 and 8; and alt 34; South.a.t qua rter of at Starke, Florida this Ocloh

John Lu ; A. H. Harley and grantee, or successors of alive; and If dead her unknownheirs known St.arn." was Savannah Lots 19 and 41, leas Right of Wayof Northeast quarter; and West half 1(45.

4i$. wife Abble S. Harley; W. H. Smith; such firm severally and collectively devisees, legatees or grantees Ga, ft alive;.and If dead hi. unknown State Road No IS and Right of of Southwest quarter of Northwest (OFFICIAL SHAI.j A. J, Tfc
Foster Shi Smith; J. A. Howe; Cornelia a. are defunct and the ",mber.tb.r.of ; John McRae. also known as heirs, legatees, or Way of Seaboard AII Line Railway; quarter; and West half of Northwest As Clerk of acid CourtT.

,$ D. Long; Florence E. Powell severally; Martin Eas- .ohn Mcllea. Individually and as grantees; Ada If alive; and In Section 13; South half of Lots quarter of Southwest quarter Frank I.andium, Stark F
$4j Flynn: Martha A. Powell Woods; terbrooks, also known aa Martin L. of Florida Railroad- Company If dead her unknown heirs, devisees S and 4'an4: all Lot 1. 2.6. 6, 7, West of Railway Right of Way Ally for Fit lilt I
,4 Luther Powell: Powell Oa- Esterbrooks, whose last knownaddre a corporation. If alive; and legatees,' 0" grantees; Julius 8, 14, 41, 42, 43, and 44 In Wood. and East naif of Southeast quarter: _
( ha han; John Matt.; The City of ** wa Kenosha Wla If dead his unknown heir, devisees Stewart, If alive: 'and If dead hIs lawn: also Northwest quarter ofSouthe..t In Section 35; West half of Northeast IN Chit IT ( Ol RT, BfUII
live; and if dead hla legatees.., grantees, or successors unknown quarter o f Northeastquarter I)
J4 Starke. a Florida municipal corporation heirs devisee, legatees, quarter of Northeast quarter; COtTT FIOHIUtlCKItY.
k! devisees, legatees William Maglll I also known In Section Lots 1. 2 4,
; ) , or grantees ; Louise S. S tough ton, 11 and Northwest Quarter tot Southeast .
*' t ; ;. ? .r Llllie Mae Andrew, also"known known as Mary' L. Esterbrooks, Mall. last known ad- whoaa last known address Ill, WeR of Lot ,SO, and Lots and West half of Southwest quarterof Ruby Gunter, Pifendant U
If alive andIf whose last known addre** was dr..e. HI, If a- Cook 'a. 39. 40. U. 44, and West half of Northeast
a* Llllie M. Andrew ; 111. If alive: and If Lt Northeast quarter; and 4100
I tt dead her unknown heir. devisees Kenosha WI.., If alive; and If .; If dead the unknown dead CountYk heirs, devisees, 45, In Woodlawn': In Section ; quarter of Southwest quarterof STATE OF FLORIDA lo
I dead her unknown heirs, devisee, heirs, devisee, legatees, or grantees now" Lots 17, S8 4it. 61 and 62, InWoodlawn
r ; legatees, or grantees; Charles legatees, or granteea; Daniel B. Sul 4. Northeast quarter; and Northwest Gunter, whose adilrtvi li link
H. Balloy. alive; and If ." legatee or granteesD.: R. Ed- of such defendants as are dead; if alive; and If dead his un- ; Section 16; Lots 13. quarter of Northeast quarter; ORDER OF Pl'BUCATli
I ward, If alive; and If dead hi. un- Manuel D. alive; andIf Iv.n. 14 16 and 16 South of GradedRoad
unknown devisees legatees Manu.lan. I heirs devisees, legatees, or and South 3-4 of East half of AND NOTICE TO APR
L"k known heir*, devlee. legatees or dead heirs, devisees ant all of Lots 17 18 1> 20
or : ml 8. Bailey grantees; Minnie P. Tauquarry and ; Northwest quarter o f Southeast You are required to appr
whole Ktit nt.k wn address wan grantee; D. R. Edward. Jr., If legatees or grantees; George her husband Walter B Tauquarry, 29, 30 Ii, and 83; and South halt quarter; and West half of North- November 19, 194S, In the
I i Utica, New York It alive: and if alive; and If dead his unknownheirs Martin and w'fe' Elizabeth Ann If alive: and If dead the unknown of Lot 39, and al of Lots 43, 63, 66, west quarter of Southeast quarter; named Court and cauw, w

dead her unknown heirs, d.vl..... devisees, legatees, or grantee Martin If alive; and If dead the heir, devisee, legat. *, or grantees 68. and 60, 62 In 'Voodtawn; and Southwest quarter of Southeast plaintiff seeks dlvorw. Br
legatees or grantees; Laura Bls- *; M. K. Edwards. If alive; andIf unknown heirs, devisee, legatee of such defendant a* are In Section 17; Lot 69. In ; ; and Southwest quarter County Telegraph Khali publli
and hr husband L. E. BIsselL dead her unknown heirs devisees or grantees of such defendant aa; Mary A. Taylor If alive; In Section 18; Lots 1, 2, J, 4, S, 6, 8. ; and quarter Houth half of South half Order In next four weekly
.1 .; and If dead the unknownheirs legatees or grantees; Clara are dead; Delphlne Mattlaon, whoselast and If dead her unknown heirs, 11. 16, 18, 84, 36, 45. 46. 61, and 52. of North3st quarter of Northwest Witness my hand ana n
1 devisees legatees or M. Ktter, It alive; and If dead hurunknown known address was Rochester.New devisee, legatees, or grantees; In Woodlawn In Section 19; Lot E, quarter and East halt of Northeast seal at Starke Florida, ibis I d
tees of such defendanta as.ran- heirs, devisees, legatees York. If alive; and If dead her Charles W. Thomas, whose last 6, 10 11. 12. 15, 16, 17, 18; 19, 20 quarter of Northwest quarter of 15th, 1943.OFFICIAL.
or grantees; W. H Etter, If alive; unknown heirs, devJueea, legatees 2t>. : 34 35 36 37 North
dead; Galllson Bllnn and her known address was Rockfort 30 82. hal quarter and South half SE.L1) A. J Tl
Eto ." P. Bllnn. Jr., If and If dead his unknown heirs, devisees or grantees; Germain Matt"on. Maine, If ullve: and If dead his un- of Lot 38 all Lot* 43, 44. 47, 48, of Northwest Northwest quarter; of Northwest As( Clerk of naiil '"ourt.H. .

Jtrk alive; and If dead the unknownheirs legatees, or grantee; BellA. whose lat known .. known heirs, devisee, legatee. orgrantees 50 63r 'Or8S.; and 64, In Wood. quarter; and South half of Northwest O. Brown, htarke, Plor<
Individually and Adninltratriz Louis If alive and If dead
Floyd Mo., ; lawn In Section 20 Southeast
devisees legatees or a. James ;
; Thorpe, whose last In Section 36 all of 10.11IN
.ran- I quarter; ; Atty.. for Plf
i tees of such defendants aa of the Estate of David her unknown helra, devisees, I.- known address woe Mass. quarter of Northeast quart.r; and situateIn
the land being
dead J. and his wife Floyd, deceased. I alive; and If gat.e. or grantees; H. G. Miles I If ; and If dead Lw.U. East half of Northwest quarter of fo.elolnl ' 'Di i nr. BUM
; South Range (
1. Uo.tck alv. hi. (5) CIIM 1 1 r
k dead hi. unknown heirs, devisees, and a better descriptionof 1 Northeast and Southwest Township '
4t: : Mary known as M.I. Compul. d.vllees. legatees, or grantees quarter; Twenty Two East In Bradford410E roi'NTi. Fioniiiti n
Bostlck, whose last known address legatees, grantee*, and successor; being unknown : Truby, I If alive; and If quarter of Northwest quarter except (2
County, V.V. .
I was Rerrlen County Georgia David Floyd, If alive: and If dead whose lat known address was dead tl.f unknown heirs devisees, 10 acres In Southeast cor'ner; ; CHIt Plaintiff "I
: his unknown heirs devisees, legatee New York N. Y., If In existence; and West hilt of GREETING: ., C. Allen.
the unknownv -
If ; and If dead legatee, or Alfred Lynn Southw..t qu.rt.r Defendant lT'
21k ..,\ee.. or gran or vrantee; David Plod. II, If defunct the unknown devisees Turner .iUo arant. ;as Alfred L. ; and Southeast quarter of W. H Edwards, Jr. and hi* wife Fmtly Allen,
of such aa whose last known was legatees, grantee, successor Turner p.nd his wife Carolina Southwest quarter; and Southwest Eula M. Elwards having filed In 4099.ORDER ( pt'TtLIrATI
. Mass. If alive and if of said firm and the member Tu.- this Court their sworn Bill of Complaint IF
r ; W. F. Godwin and wife Annie Wlnthrop ; ner, whose last known quarter of Southeast quarter ofNorthwest TO ARE
jc. Lou Godwin whose last known dead his unknown heir, devisee, thereof severally; l..aru.10hr. . were Chicago 111., If addr.sel; quarter; and Northwest In this suit, the nature and ANtI NO'1CE FLOIUPA to
grintees; James H. individually and as Trustee "lve of Northeast of purpose at which Is to determine STATE OF
: Berrlen County Geor I..ate.s. dead the .nknown quarter quarter addrenford.
: and a* Trustee, known address wan the title of the plaintiff to the Emily Allen,"I.; dead the un- taut legatees, or granteea of such de Southw.s quarter: and South half ,
) ., devlaeea. legatee or and a* Trustee of Woodlawn Syndicate Chatham County Georgia If alive; as are dead James S. Southwestquarter I land herelnabove described to be a Deleware 10 SPP
grantee* such defendants aa are and hi* wife Lillian W. Foss. and If dead his unknown heirs, fndant., alive and Ii; hi. ; and 'r\.rhtf\ of Southwest good and sufficient absolute fee You ore required I" tb
; dead 19U
V dead; Boatlck-Oodwln Company a also known a. Lillian Foss, whose devisees, legatees or grantees; Cor- unknown heirs devisees, .legatees, quarter of Southeast quarter; simple title, to have all claims and November 19, and caule.
; last known addresses were Cambridge delia. 8. Monroe, whose last known and interests of the defendants and named Court
better description of said defendant or grantees: Johanna Wals If quarter of Southeast divorce. "1
alive Northw.e seeks
4 being unknown J- H. Bostlck Mass.: If alive; and If dead address was Rochester New York. : and if dead her unknown ; and West half ofSouthwest each of them In and to said land plaintiff .hallPWf!

and W. F. Godwin, partners doing the unknown, devisee, legateeS If alive; and If dead her unknowl heir, es, or quarter o f .North..t passed upon and determined, to County Telegraph four weekly
d.vl. legatees grantees In next
business under the firm name and or grantee of such defendant heirs, devisees. legatees gra- : William. Wals .whose last quarter of Southeast quarter: and remove clouds upon the plaintiffs'title Order hand and
a. are dead; Woodlawn Syndicate tees; J. L. Morrison also aa to said land, to quiet and con Witness my
I style of Bostlck & Godwin; Naomi known address wa Norwalk, Mass, Southwest quarter o f Northeast Florida, this
It alive; and If dead her / a better description of said J. F. Morrison If alive; and If dead If alive; aid If dead hi. unknown quarter; Ir. Section 21; East half ofSouthwest firm the plaintiffs' title thereto seal at Starke,

Ii4 Uo.tck. bolrs, devi...", legateesor firm being unknown If In existence his unknown, devisees, legatee heir., devisees, legatees, or grantees quarter of Southeast arid In which bill of complaint the 15th. 1945.OFFICIAL. BBUJ)> *. .1..1.As
:: grantee; A. . Jr., If : and If defunct the unknownheirs or grantees; F. Moulin, If alive : D.. W. whose last quarter; In Section 21; All Blocks plaintiffs state that they believe ( said' Count.H.
alive; and If 1 hi. unknownheirs I devisees, legatee, grantee, ; and If dead his unknownheirs known Welmal. Louis, Mo., 4. 6, and 6, and all Block 10 except there.are pep'sona Interested In the Clerk of
r .legatees or grantees or successors of said firm and the devisee, legatee., or 'grantees If alive;.d.r.n If dead his unknown 315 feet East and West by 210 land herein Involved and herein- 0. BroWn, i4tai'ke.0

; L. if alive: and If member thereof severally and collectively ; James F Murphy If alive; h"lrs, devisees, legatees, or grantees feet North and South In Southwest above described whose names are Atty for Plf _
dead hi. .nknoln Uadlev. heirs devisees, ; Edwin S. Foster If alive; and If dead hi unknown heir, devisees ; Norton D.: Werkhelser. If alive corner and belonging to the Methodist unknown to them, and having fur fhlt't'I'r ( 01 I T. pitt'
legatees or grantees: M. 1... Bradley and If dead hi. unknown heir, devisees legatee or grantees; R. ; and If dead his unknownheirs Episcopal Church South. Mrs. ther nam-d therein certain persons, iv FIOHIDU LtCERY.
his legatees or grantees; Thomaa Muse and wife Eugenia Muse, If H. C. Dodd firm and corporations as known COl'MTY' ,
? If alive; and If dead unknown devisees, legatees, or grantees and Mrs. A. L. Godwin:
, heirs, devisees, legatees or S. Foster If alive; and If dead hi. alive; and If dead the unknownheirs : ; P. White, If alive; and all of Block and the South half by name to them, the said plalntlffa plaintiff.
grantee; Frank N. Bradshaw and unknown nelrs, devisees, legatees. dev'sees! logatee. or grantees : If MarY unknown heirs, devisees of Block IS, 1i In East as but as not known by them, Emma Sawyer
L ;.t4 wit., Klm.i LaJune Bradshaw If alive or grantees; Nellie W. Frank and of such defendants .. are h.r or grantees; C. F. per plat recorded In Lwt.y. the said plaintiff whether they o Sawyer.ORDElt. tl'
t ; and If dead th.unknown heirs, husband Charles Frank If alive; dead; Matilda Nelson If alive; and I I.gat.e.and wife Ellen C. Whit- r.cordl of Bradford County Flor- any of them are dead or alive, an NOTICE TI) APP'STATE

devisees, legatees or grantees of such and If dead the unknown heir., devisees If dead her unknown heirs, devisees lock, If alive; and If dead the Unknown ida In Sections 23 and 24; The as believed by them, the sat AND OF FL.ORIPA
def.ndant. as are dead; B. S. Brown legatees, or grantees of suchdefendants legatees, or grantee.; Ann E. heirs devisees, legatees. or North half of the Southeast quarter plaintiffs. If living, to be Interested reeideltCi
: and wife M. B. Brown If alive; and as are dead; Martha C.Frlnk Noye., If alive; and If dead her grantees of such defendants a. are of the Northwest quarter; and In the property end premlsea here Sawyer, whose St. Louis. III'
: If dead the unknown heirs devisee*, If alive; and If dead her Unknown unknown devisee, legatee., dead; Ervin whose last the W.a 420 feet of the Southwest In Involved and herelnabove described Cora Avenue required, t i ,,i

legatee. or grantee of such defendant heir, devisees legatee or.rant. or grantee; George W. Nason. al.oknown known B Whln.y. Snmervllle, of Southeast quarter of and, If dead, to have bert. You are ''<= '" h
: dead Charles A. ...; Anastasia OallMon. also a* George W Mason whose 'cdr.s. Interested therein; November 26th., ,
a* are : Ma. If ; If dead his un- Northwest quarter in Sec an'1' raIse'
,. Jr. If alive and dead his known a. Anastasia If last known address was Chicago. I lve named Court F
Brown ; I Qal.on. .., legatee, or And having made all person having :, unknown heirs, devisees, legatee alive; And It dead Ill.. If alive; and If dead his Unknown granteea h.lrl.; d.vI.. and tion 24: and commencIng.t or claiming any Interest In the plaintiff elegrRrh seeks shaii pUb

r' r or grantee; Thomas J. Burrln. also heirs, devisees, legatee or grantees devisee, legatee* or wife Marie Louise Wilcox whose the Northeast corner of above- described land parties defendant four
t ,1 known a* Thomas.Burrln. also ; Harold I. Galllson, If alive; grantee*; Mary L. Ov.rlook. whose last known .. Wilcox. Northwest quartet I Northwest to the said bill of complaint Order In neat my hand 5t
# known as J. Purrln I and his wifeJeanette I and If dead hi unknown, devisees last known .. was Cook D.trolt Witness th
; Mich., If alive; and If dead quarter of Section 24 and running ; FiorldL
: 4 E" Burrln, aiso known as legatees, granteea: Kah. County Ill If alive; and If dead known heirs, devJaeea. legateea. orgrant. South to land H. thence seal at .
devisees of 'And having demanded from the 24th. 1943.tOFf"ICIAL
If aliv. her L HIl. bar
Jennett Burrln also known Mrs.J. a.ln.b.rtett helra legatees
as Gall.on. ; un\nown ... of such defendants as are West on line of 760 feet Clerk of the Circuit Court in and SF'As
E. Burrln. If. alive; and If dead heir devisees .; M. Paekham. dead; Orlindo B. Wlllcox and wife South 630 feet West 600 Court.Zach .
1 ; feet for Bradford County, Florida the Cferk of said
I..ateelor granteea If alive and his unknown
?p s the unknown holr.devisees, legatee OailU-m., \ ; LuhlD. ; !. Julia E. Wlllcox, If alive; and If North tOOO feet East 4R9 feet, making an -order requiring aueh if. flougla'Atty.
Individually and heir.
a or
I. or defendant d.vl... grantees dead the unknown devisees, thence Northerly 1000 feet East
persons and to PIt.VSE . parties to
of appear
t a. are dead Thomas T. Burrln. If ecutor the Estate of Katharine ; alive: and If for
; E legatees, or such defendants feet to point of beginning In Section
their said bill of
R. and If dead dead his heirs, devisees upon
alive and If dead his unknownheirs Oall.on.
; I alv.
as are 23 and 24
containing 20
.' hi. Ievi..e., legatees legatees, or grantees Ida ; a day not lee than twenty eight
devisees. or
grantees Williams , Parrl.h tndwlfe acres more less South
:! ; Reubln J. alive; and' grantees, .u.c.uon; Bertha If alive ;and If dead her If -lJI wl or ; half of day nor more than sixty day from
alive and Northweat
I ; quarter of Northw..tquart.r the date of
M. lam. the making of said
and If
Oebhard. alive helra devisees .
; ,
If dead hi. unknown heirs, devisees I I..t. g..n. heirs d."I... ; and Northeast of
quarter order
dead ..gat. ;
her unknown
devisee tees: phi I n e
; legatees or grantees: Reuben h.I. 1.1. Par.on. Northwest
.o.e granteea of such
are quart. except 3i4 acres IT ORDERED
d.f.ndnt. 13. THEREFORE.
legatees or Beatrice M. whose .
F. Burrln .lv.: and If dead granteee; dead; C.'.!. Williamson : In corner and 5 In I
I acres) that
hi. unknown ..I.. legatees Gilbert and husband Fred B. Gilbert Rochester New York. If alive; andIf If alive and I' I the and each and every the defendanta 66
If alive If ; corn.r; a piece of above named, designated and specified -
; and dead the unknown dead her unknown devisees -
e or grantees) Reuben T. Burrln unknown devisees land '
and hi. wife Caroline 8. Burrln If heirs, devisees, legatees or legatee, or grant ; B. A.Patty or granteea" ;,such defendants, legatees.1 660 .34 East f.t and North West and South and are hereby required* to- appear
lying Westof
grantees of such as are whose) last known addresswas : herein to the plaintiff* bill of con
alive and If dead the unknownheirs
t ; d.f.nd.t. are dead; P. K. Wilson If alive State Road IS less 1
; I..
' devisees, legatees ort gran dead; Sarah J. husband Middlesex County. Mass.. If and If dead unknown heirs, devisees acres on East .No. In North plaint herein filed, on the 5th dl Cold Preparat

teea of Such defendant a. are Gilbert 1. Gleason, If alive; aHve; and If dead his unknownheirs legatees, or grantees; J., sj.Wilson half of Southeast quarter of Northwest of November, 1 45. and that th **
dead; John W. and wife and If dead unknown heirs, devisees devisees, legatees, or grantees order be pabllshed In the Brai 'aJjltS, *
c In 26 liquid
r quarter Section ,
; Northwest
.. or granteea of such Emma Paul and husband. Lur. A WUD ; P
Eliza J. .1..; and itS ; also known -so quarter of ford County Telegraph, a newepap 01117 Al
S defendants aa are dead C.. P. Gouger -If alive and If WI. .Sth..t quarterof Vse
S dead the devlaeea, ; Jo..phJ Paul ; live; and If dead t unknown Northeast Southeast published In Bradford County Flo -
; S legatee or grant.. of such defendants and wife Lola H. Gouger If helra, devisees, Ida.
once a week for
heirs devisee
alive legatee, or grantee quarter of Northeast quarterof conseeu
and If dead the unknownheirs legatees
dead Hector ; or grantees of such defendants -
a Cameron
are ; of such defendants .. are Northwest quarter; and West tive week. ,
If ; and If dead hi. Unknown devisees, legatees or granteee as are dead; Daniel Peabody -
: alv. dead: Ernest C. Weler. also known half of Northeast WITNESS
of such defendanta a. are whoa last known addresseswere quar.r.of North my hand a* Clerk and
S. S granteea James, devisees H. legatee and or dead; William H. Uraper. If alive; Alton New Hampshire and8ton.ham a. Ernest C. Wrier whose last ea.t quarter of quarter; the saal of said Court, this 4th day Beware Coi
; 'ampb.1 known a I dregs was Vermllllon and Northwest quarter of Northwest of October. 1946, at Starke In the
wife Helen A. last and If dead hi. unknown heir Mass., If alive; and If ,
4 5 devisee. legatee .. I County III., if alive; and dead qu.rt.r of Norhwe.t quarter: County and State aforesaid.
or W. heirs devisee I cth
known addresjs was Cook County ; ,
.rant. his S i iThatHaD
Illinois If alive; and If dead the C. (Keen. If. alive; hisunknown legatee or granteea; Daniel D. tees.nkno.n heirs, devisee."lega and I.. hi.If of A. .I. THOMAS, from common
or grantee Lottie Ship Soethwest of Clerk
; quarter Northwest Circuit Court Bradford
heirs devisees ,
unknown heirs devisees, legatee legatees Peabody whose lust known addre-s
I grauteee man. If alive; and If dead her Unknown quarter; and Northwest quart.r of County, -Florida (SEAL)
or Il-rman A.
or of such defendant ; Gudc.r.whoa. was Stoneham Mass If ; and
S are .rante"George A. Caisedy Company lust known address wasBuncombe If dead his unknown, .. .. heirs, devisees; legatees, orgrantee. Southwest quarter except 10 acres By Lucille Crosby.. Deputy I I Iu
I ; E. P. Shlpman. If alive In the corner and North. Clerk
N. Jrr. South".t ;
County. C. If alive .
of ; or P. '
better description said ;
$ defendant unknown If In ex.Istence and If dead hi. unknown heirs, devisees Peabody .r.nt. WIII.m address : If her unknown heirs. east Southwest quarter Joe Hill Williams Stafford Caldwell -
b.lnl legatees laa devisee, legatees, or granteea; Anastasia of Southwest quarter: and South. Attorney for Plaintiffs.
or grantees; Bryant was Alton
;L1 : :,4 ; : I devisees defunct, legatees the unknown , H. Gurgan.J..I.o known aa B. H.flurganus If alv.i; and If dead his Hampshire unknown, Galllson I If alive; If deadher west quarter of Southeast quarterof STATE OF FLORIDA I

granteea.h"d successors of said also known a. Bryant ." "..., legatees or unknown heirs, devisees, legatees Southwest quarter; and South. BRADFORD COUNTY.
1C. (Gergane. Individually and teee or grantee; J. F. Morrison east quarter of Northeast quarterof I hereby certify that the above troublaladen
.': firm and the members ; a* ; EI.t A. Peabody If alive;
e David H. Chapman and t..r.of and his wife Margaret E. and h.r unknown whose last know. address wae 3031 SOlthw..t quarter: and North and foregoing Instrument I* a true

S S :5 C. Chapman, whose last known Eta Our.anu.A..nt If alive; and If dead the devisees, 'egatees or ." If Ruckle alive !r..t.. Indl.napoJI. Ind.. ... quarter of Bouth..o quarterof and correct copy of the NOTICE > fxxt -- -

S dress wa St. Louis, Mo. If alive; h.r. devisees, legatees A. P.t.r. If alive; and If dead hi. devisees; .nknow" Southeast ; South AND ORDER TO APPEAR issued 'Tell
t S and If dead the unknown heirs devisees or such defendants .. heir*, devisees, legatee.. legatees or .; west quarter of Northwest quarterof In the above named cause, as ap.hy branel. yoUr1
,I legatees. or granteea of suchdefendants are dead; Sherman S. Gullfoll, If ". grantee; Wllhelmlne Rlchert Oak Bank a defunct Florida corporation Southeast quarter: and Northeast pears the files and records of a bottle of
as are dead; Bbeneser alive; and If dead his unknown Phillips, If %llve; and If dead her ; Florida Development Cor- quarter of Northwest quarterof my office.Witness. dertandillR
k ' 5 E. Chapman and wife Susie H. Chapman heirs devisees, 'or gran- unknown devisees, legatees poraton. a dissolved corporaton. a Southeast quarter; and West my hand and official
I S whose last known addresswas tees; Charley Hal and wife Alloe or M. Pottle, description . half of Northeast quarter of South. *tJL ** this 4th day orleYC
S Oxford County Maine If alive; M. Hall, If If dead the who. last known address was fendant and the name and addressee east quarter: and Nfr.lh half of of October 1r0rida

S, and If dead the unknown devisees unknown heir, devisee, legatee. Boston Ma..., It alive; and If dead of the trusteee of said corporation Southeast quarter o f Northwest A. 3. THOMAS REOMULSI
? legatees grantee* such or grantees of such d.f.ndant. aa I his unknown legatees I'elng' unknown; Bradford quarter; and quarter of Clerk Circuit Court Bradford CO!' '

t S det.aaann .* are dead;i J. A. ChappU. are. dead; Frank W. Hall. If .1".; I or row.l. County Lank, a defunct Florida Southwest In quarter Northeastquarter County, Florida. (SEAL) far Coughs,Chest
k S 5t If tilive; and If dead bl. un- and If dead hi. unknown ; Section 27: Southeast lhYLucill.tro.b3r Deputy Clerk.
; heirs also known .. William c Powell. i corporation, a better description of quarter uf South..s quarter of *


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URAL COMMONSENSE flies highly mosquitoes effective I n controlling forced through a small orifice ground or dolomitic llme tone and iv cinrriT ('OCAT ARADFOADCOOVTY. -IN rinctiT roiRT. KK I>FORI- >''I. CIHCVIT rOt'HT. pRADHMAY-- '

other roachea and turns to vapor as !It hits the air. either 500 pounds of superphos ' PLOHIUAl IM: CIIAxCI:1tY : C'OfMTV, FI.ORIDI'V CHAN-. (M'NrV rLOHIUtl IN: CHAfA.
pests but '
already have KHV.
registered This disperses! the insecticide CICHY.Constance' j
as a phate and 100 .
pounds of muriate Edna Mae Fltrhett. Plaintiff Edna Phllbeck Hobertaori, PlatatRt +
experiences Shelby
D/l'9 ADVANCES the which em very fine colloidal suspension in or sulphate of potash or 600 v... Edward Otln Fltchett Defendant DeLnca. P I a Int/ft 'v.. va. William C Itoh..rt....". Uefe._ + I
:J COOTROL sEEM phasize necessity for caution the air. which is quite effective pounds of Cai No. 4110. Jnaeph DeLuca Defendant Caae dent Caae No. 4122.ORDKU .
" rt:5T: In Its use. It will kill 0-14-10 commercial fertiliser No. 4109OKDKR!. OF "Ir.-Ltc'ATJOof:
controlling Inserts
BEAPV FOR ficial Insects ; in enclosures per acre. For maintaining AND NOTICE TO ACPKAH OF PUnLICATIUNANn AND NOTICR TO .A\>['NAIt I ,,
rT as
has brought tremend- as harmful or other places where the air U clover stands applications of 300 STATE: OF. 'IAIRI-.A to: KdwOtla NOT IrE TO APPKATIRTATB 8TATH OF FIXJHIDA to: WIU yt
e war control and ones and It has killed farm animals still. Fltthftt who ldree la: 'JI., OF FLOM1DA to: JonrphDel.uta. lIam l.. Roliertaon, whose xddraxnIx In pest when to 500 pounds of 0-14-10 fertilizer 8urburban Drug store, I'orUmouth, KMc, whole rptddrniela , deneral Delivery. Portland Ore,
SI"I"I1Uthat" the farmer la improperly applied. Dr. W. B. Tlndale. plant patho annually and one ton of lime Vliflnla, : l 1. .-<. Navy JJl. % Fleet Poet son
oW 'Aerosol bombs Office, New York, New York. You are required to appear ..iNovember .
benefits of which Yon to
are r.qulred on
the v'rl> of getting more logist with the University of every three to five years are sug November 19, 149, In appear the above You are required' to appear. on lilt h., Id4ft./ in the above. ,
these ,idvances." New reme- than 16 million have been used Florida Agricultural Experiment gested. named Court and rauae, wherein November 19, 1946, In the above named 1 Court and il(\u.*. wherein '
.uectlve for pest both I' Station )tlnlnllff necks divorce. Bradford I named Court and .rauae wherein plaintiff avekH divolie and rrntoratlon -
found during the past three says that DDT and fungicides The Experiment Station of maiden name HraOfor
years by now County Telegraph shall publish this plaintiff Reek '...vor.... Bradford. ,
,7t and In far places combined have out. has Order In thl. County Telegraph': shall publlnli thlai R RUrder
home the armed forces also will be given a bulletin outlining methodsof next tour weekly issues I County Tekgraph hall !pnl-llnh ; .
In next four weekly l u a.Wltneoa
largely taken by Order In next four | .
weekly HHU< NWltneaa
standing; results In limited \Vltne hand and
\ testa my ' establishing and
available for the maintaining nttl"la'I my hand and offklalreal my hand and oftlrl' ,
until the ward control of house- Anal at Starke, Florida, thin
rmcd of being ex- hold Insects. They contain Insecticides Florida. 17th. 1945.OFFICIAL. tier 23rd, 19411.U.It.IAJ. '
,7V1 promise Indications are that free from I
county agents or by ( SEAL) A. J. Thomaa, +
householdUi dissolved !in ( 8RAT. A. J, Thomas I 8BAL A. J. ThonAH f
controlling a liquefied summer production of Aa Clerk of *ad Court.T. i
some to the
crops writing Experiment Sta- Frnnk Starke, Florida, Aa. Clerk of aald Court. Clerk of aald l CourtT.
held I..ndrum.
{ pests !ln future- Many gas under pressure in a con Is possible where this combination tion In Gainesville. Atty. for fir. 10.10t lliv Zach Jf. Dnuglaa, Oalnenvlll" FlA. I Fronk T.nndrum, tltarke ,Florl, '
hIghly publicized new ma- tainer.. When a valve >la openedthe Is used but further Ally for Plf 10-19 4t 11-9 Atty. for }'It. 10-:' 41 II I ,

e already are on. the civilian sudden change in pressure al mental results will be riunir. fni'IIT.fOINFl UtFOnn ... -- j ,lv ;a
ala; the Hints To Housewives ''' 'N'
low contained solution to boll before recommendations experl-I ('KIIV.nilbert FI.UUIU."I { ''' *

armers keto have found DDT to be violently._ The escaping liquid made. Combinations of FAT IN NUT BOIt'LGood Minnie J.Mel Orndorff Orndorff.Plaintiff Defendant., va. Prompt Service Careful Drivers ; 1
fungicides have '
controlled dla'eases harvests of pecans al Case No. 4101.
better than single OltOEIOF PITBL1CATIOM
cides. fungi monde filberts, and English wal ANn NOT1CK! TO AHl'MAH STARKE TAXI SERVICE 11

nuts In this country offer ration- STATK OF FLORIDA to Minnie "
Seed disinfection to control disease Odel Orndorff who. residence lei (1. i
also has made rapid strides tree fat to bring richness and 601 King I'' Alexandria Virgin andMACK'S fl '
flavor to meals.
during the war. It seems quite You are required to appear on .y
likely that seed of peanuts, cotton Most nuts are at least half fat. November 19, 1945, In the above '
Nuts are also high !In named Court and vauae, wherein TAXI SERVICE
and most vegetables except snap protein plaintiff Hneka divorce, Ilradfnrd ,,
beans will be treated before plantIng they can alternate at, times for County Telegraph shall publlih thlaOrdvr
meat in a main dish such In next tour weeklyxxua... N ''t
future.. Spergon, arnsan and as nut Itnefta my hand and official Phone 150 w ,
2 percent ceresan are the treating : loaf. Nuts also provide B vitamins nenl at Starke, .. Florida thl Oituber15lh : I ''aM'a'd
I..G.IOFVI"IAI.. Day O Night ,
materials now in most wide- -especially thlamine-and a r
8I3AL) .11.:. J. Thonlu.A. ,
little Iron ,
spread use. Bulletins, and other calcium. But as .. Clerk of aald Court. 1
materials on their use are avail far as nutrition Is concerned nuts If. O. Urown, tstarko, Florida,
are most effectively used to sup Alty for 1'lf. 10-111 4t lt- i I ,

able.The ply some of the needed fat in
advances In control -
pest lriiKiir ( //i IIT.Kit ItN111FO1t11 ,
should enable man to gain ascend- meals. ('.0' VTFLONIIU IV {'''AN- roe
{ V.Arnmnclo. \\4a
ancy over his principal and constant Fats do more than provide cal Spaernoli.. Plaintiff, 'va.ChrlHtlnn \1Ot

enemy-pests. ories for energy In a highly con Mamiarelll !.Spnwnoll .
centrated form. Some fat In a CUK OF No PI'T.UICATIOV 4117.OlllliU : : a

Fertilized Grasses meal makes It more satisfying. ANI NOTIfn: TO API'KAII8TATK t ,', ,
That is, the fat digests slowly, BO OF. FI.OIUI tut Mra.Chrlntlnu .
MaimareUI Bpaitiioll; whoaereHldeme
And Clover Bring the meal "stays! by you." In ad la 1* Via Adolfo INiaaa, 1

Large, Beef Yields dition, fats perform certain functions Town Italy of Orvleto! Province Ternl, , ;' '
for health and well-being
You are required t<> appear on S'y
Farmers throughout Florida are which no other kind of food can November 281 h., 19411. In the above

planning to establish new clover take over" There la fat In a good plaintiff named. Coin reeks and diva I coons,','.. Bradford wherein. :,

pastures this fall and to refertlllze many foods such as butter mar County Telearraph. ahall publlHh\ this P i' ,
fService' StationPHONE garine salad whole milk Order In next four weekly I Ixxuea,
dressing ,
already established clover WltnBMn my hand and official u l rl
pastures says W. E Stokes, head meats, soybeans avocados-- and .anal nt Htnrke., Florida, thin ().-lobar t t. r
147 RING 2 FOIl SERVICE of the at nuts. Z4th, 1116.IOFFiCtAI. .
agronomy department ( 8I2AI. A. J. Thomaa,
the University of Florida Agricultural Home economists of the U. S. A a Clerk of nald Court.T .
Experiment Station. Department of Agriculture offer a Frank I.nndrun", Starke .Florida. LOOK YOUR BEST IN {WINTER, TOO ,
Oil Changing Atty. for .Plf. 10.86t 11.18
Farmers know that fertilized few suggestions for using nuts In -- I

Greasing grasses produce more beef per cooking:, .* iiiH uu'rir roi'iiT OK Your Appearance Is Important Summer Win

Waxing acre than unfertilized grasses, he In pastry pecans ground' fine 1'\1 t11lAlIM0111l'OUNTY"'.....NC'.Y Fl.OlllltilCharley terRain or Shine, So Keep It Up Always IJy '

says and they are beginning to may substitute for half the fat. !Fl.! Johna, at al, Sending Your Clothes To Us For Regular Clean- ;? w

; Washing I realize that combinations of Mix and bake like plain pastry. -Plalntlffav Ings Send Them All To Us And We Will

j Polishing grasses and legumes-clover !in Chopped nuts added to biscuits, i Knima lobos, et ai!, Return Them To You Sparkling Clean And Nice.
winter and lespedeza In summer- muffins DefondantaTAKH #
waffles cookies
or give
'IIo'rU'N 01" !C.\I.IG
.Tire Repairs well fertilized produce much higher flavor and a crisp'note. Usually i NOTICE that In areordunce QUALITY DRY CLEANING AT

cattle gains. In support of 1-4 to 1-2 cup chopped nuts to i above with the cauau decrees the underalKnnd rendered In commlaalonera .the- PRICES 'fir'

LECTRIC ARC WELDINGAMOCO this he cites grazing results ob each cup of flour Is a good allowance i will ell at public auction (PHONE 135
tained last year at the Experiment I to the highest bidder tor caah
during the legal hour for sale nn i t'
Station In Gainesville. Nuts added to the batter makea I Monday .November t, 1941, at the ItO T. 315
Unfertilized carpet grass aver- plain cake or cottage pudding Mouth front door of the County ,

GAS ONE HOUROIL aged 72 pounds of beef per acre richer. In a cake batter 1-4 chop- Courthouxe County, Florida In Blarke.the following Bradford deacrlbed GREEN, 1 Temple I I '3,,"

& GREASE during the season, fertilized carpet ped nuts to each cup of flour la premlaea altuate In lrad- e r
ford County, Florida to-wIN: i i'f '
141 pounds carpet and lespedeza likely to be plenty. From SU Cor. of the SWVJ of8W4 Owner Aye. r 1 1I 1I

250 pounds and clover and Nuts !In a baked mixture tend \ at St!<'. IH, Twp 6 H, It. tt I '4n; ,
Quaker State carpet 752 pounds of beef duringthe to absorb moisture and make the !Q., thence run South. 89 degrees. 63 I
/ mlnutea Weat 799 91 feet, thence i iq
grazing season. The legumes finished product., dry So when i run North no degrees. BO mlnuteaWeat 'f iI I

Oil produce feed and add. nitrogen to using a large proportion of nuts, 81 ..degrees 411.4. 61 feet mlnutea thence Hunt run North 606.0feet .

Sealed Containers the soil''to"Improve..o&rassgrowthand place the "nuts' first In boiling thence rut North J4 degrees Fei

can be grazed with equal ad water a few minutes Then drain 69 minutes i Kunt 229.0 feet, thennefore
South 89 degreea 63 minutes
vantage by dairy cattle. and add them to the mixture lathe I Rant I9S.88 fret. to the Weat rail ,
RIDE White Dutch Is the principal usual way. of the .HAL.. Ity. main track (be- I
Inll' the Went rail of Went trackof Ii
FLORIDA AUTO LITE clover being grown In Florida, although said railway) thence run South i
BATTERIESTake strains of crimson and iv: ciucriT coiiir niiADronnCO 17 degtnee8. mlnutea Weat, along d '
the aald Weat rail of aid BAL. t
other kinds have shown up well in CKHV.Spyron R!. main track 774,B feet to the
& GREYHOUND tests on clay lands by the North Sieve Htefano Kouatefanou, Plaintiff Alan, known vn. De.a*. section line of aald Meo. II, thence
Florida Sta t i ion at plea Pnppuluanno Kouxtefanou, Da.Pendant run South 89 deirreea 61: mlnulexWest
BUSSES Experiment
SO feet to the Bald point ofbeginning
IS Qif,( Qulncy. (Can No 41211.OHOF.H :: and alao, commencing
Safety e I Clover should be planted when NOTICR TO APPH.VR at the NR Cor. of NWVi\ of NW'4 hjA
of Heo. S3, Twp 8 8 It UK.thence
Comfort & HTATI1 OF FIXWIHA lot Mrs
Economy moisture conditions are favorablein run North one degree I
DoHplmt I'nppaluanno Kou..t.tanou.Who. ,
minute Rant (63.6 feet. thence run
Phone 147 late October or In November, ... rexldenceand post rifles d
19 83 mlnutea Went
Care Of It and should be thoroughly adtlrexH IH Kr. a n a. 31, Athen, /
he says, Ureet-e. feet thenre run North one 11 > i ii ii
with strains degree 4 mlnutea a/a.e feetthence <
Inoculated preferably You are required to appear onNovember W"t
of bacteria especially adapted to 26th, 1945, In the abovenam minute. run Kant. 770.02 feet to the i,"imoantmmnanaimnoimaumxmumHammunmunnaxnieniiiaeneuminiamm' "" , ,, ,"' '" "' ' ' "ineiioimsiixw' ;," ,III" ',""mam"iWELCOME Florida conditions Ordinary plaintiff d Court....ek"and divorce eauM0 and, wherein legal point of beginning, except the right ,
of waya of H_A.U Ity and right of { .
of hire aHHumed Ilradford
Innoculants'should axe name
commercial be war of HtRta Itoad No. IS, all In I i
County Telegraph shall ibisOrder
used at rates 5 to 10 times those In next tour weekly publlah lnNiiea.WltneKH Bradford County, Fla. t' tether ,t I
the tenementa, and
with appurtvnancea -
hand and official .
recommended by the manufacturers. my
veal at HtnrkM, Florida, thli October thereto belonging it
24th, 18411! C. A. Knight, t tI't
For establishing clover which OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thomas, J, II. Howe, .
B. Mundy
A... flxrk of xatd Court.T W. '
grows best on moist soils the Frank I-andrum, Stark ..Florida.Atty. 10-lf St .11-3 Commlaaloneri,
Experiment Station recommendsfrom for 1'lf. 10.88t 11-1 -
1J'r CIRCf7T'O i'IIT. BIIADFONII'Or1TY Make Your Old Car Last Longer By .
1.000 ,to 3,000 pounds of < '
iv' cinct ,IT FLWIUIIAl COCRT AllAl1F011COItVTY IV CHAN. ( Fl.OIIIOtl IV CIIANRlehaM Letting Us Give You Certified Lubrication '
Allen vi MamieAllen
QUICK RELIEF FROM f:FIIIY.Dorothy. Jackson Marron, Plaintiff, Defendant Caae No 4123. Washing Polishing Waxing 1
Y Symptom of ObtreM Arfslns from vii. Raymond 1106.ORDER Marron Defendant.Caae NOTICR T.iFPEAIt.:
OF PUBLICATION HTATR OF FLORIDA to: Mamie. Standard Products
l STOMACH AND NOTICR! TO APPEAKBTATR Allen whoae realdence In nnknown
ip OF FI.OIUDA lot: Hay- You are required to appear on
EXCESS ACID November 26th., 1A6n the shoesnameA
San FranclMco. California. Court and cauae, whrrelnplalntlff "
/ Fra.BookTellaotHomaTraatttleatlhatMeat '" You are required to appear on seeks divorce. TlradfordCounty -
Help or It Will Cot You NothlacOmtwn November 19, 145 In the above Telegraph nhall publlah\ ibis !
Order In four .
next weekly lamieaWltneaa
and wherein
named Court cause
million my hand and official
divorce and restoration
been*oldforrellef' ofymptonwofdliitriwaartalna plaintiff .
: have of maiden name, Bradford eal at Starke, Florida, thin October

.and *rvwanm*Ulcera due/ to;from excess r memacfc: ***:- County TeUicraph hall publlnh ibis. ( J3rd IAia.OFF1CtAL SEAL. ) A. J., Thorn, VAN II. GARDEN, Mgr. :TARKE, MUA. ,
Peer Dl..*. .... Sour or Upee alxarexb.Ondn . Order In next four hand weekly and l riffle-la*uea.Wltnena Aa Clerk of aald Court. Cor. Temple Ave. & c. ul St. '
: what NwrAVn.alxaptaxartxw. ,-.. my Zach M Douglaa, Ualneavllle, Fla.' ,
No '
mailer branch of the service 'Ijr anal. at Htarke, Florldalhla October
: due to C.ce..AeM.Sold on IS dayx'tddAak Atty. fur Plf. 10.81t 11...
lilh, 1016
'. which fully
for"Nlller 8BAT) A. J. Thomas,
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Gainesville -- 21 -- BBS -..- 7.See Them All ';rADULTS

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Cross City --- 0 --- BHS --- 13 -
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Prescription Drug Store Dodge & Plymouth TheSTAR
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Let 'Em Have It
t' ' Game Tonight To Bradford Park TORNADOES
' Temple & Lake TORNADOESROT'S
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'"h:, Cleaners I Service Station Kidd's S.inclair.Eastern AutoSupply

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Roy Johnson., Owner
The Tornadoes Have Open
!, Day and Night '
Got "What It Takes- ; It's A Pleasure A Good Team TUXEDO FEEDS

M" '' ..Union i Bus To Back Deserves -.WILSON FERTILIZER- TOOMES

The Tornadoes Good Food
i Milligan's Grill Station Lunch -
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Graduated Pharmacist, Catering. To_The Well- FEED
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