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: December 21, 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: VID04946
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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just; can't seem to getTristmas Lyle and Janet Anderson gave for Offirnl COlJntu I'llhlicatlon 1"stahlilChed In 1877 ('\

,JO spirit my ad- I I Ann Wilt and Dot Lappe last VOLUME IUXTY-it ,urr -- n h n_ -, "
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M drive by Leila And Bill week, and came home In the wee n___ STARKE-FLORIDAFRI11Al'__ _ __ _ __ __ :
J. on Church StreetEJtalnly hours of the morning with the ,i.
Is the bright spot alibi that someone had let the I
Center '
I.Yuletide picture in Starke, air out of the tires . After all At Standing AAA Election Victory Loan "

Lth the floodlighted Santa these years, to think that thissame

11 the lawn, and the old gag is being used! . .
'Sly on lighted Christmas tree Can't the younger generation Now Serving I Will Be HeldSaturday Total $90,525; '

1:7: through the glass win- think up anything original? . I.PMctonadh1The I :.

Irf Itolks L.g 8 the their are sun mighty outside porch slow.trees'. Seems about thishey're Quite an exciting!-experience In Larger AreaAn Drive Nears End ';?':

up Wednesday of last ,.
'em ;
ft f \ gonna all have in the week when George Fanny and Increased load Is expected A Triple A meeting will be held With only $00.52300 In sales
Lt maybe we're matter of Roby SHcox and J. C. and Mae soon at the Camp Blandlner Sena- Saturday, Dec 22, at 10 A. M. In arninst an overall rniotti of $178- '' \
I boat Just' a Parker were watching boats pass ration Center In view of the fact world. the courthouse for the purpose of 00000. Bradford County hm one "

1' bulbs . My kingdom tree under the Main Street bridge and that centers at Ft. Penning, Ca. I,I Again where Freedom I electing County Committeemen to week left In which to make a la..t- o \
couple of Christmas all of a sudden saw Bill Parker's Ft. Oglethorpe. Ga., Ft. McClel- ; Are Freemen"s once aboundty I| supervise tho Soil I Conservation minute effort to reach Its goal In .

ship, the USS Waterman, gro gliding lan, Ala. Ft. Jackson! S. C., and I llags unfarled | program In the county In 1946. the Victory War Loan Drive. :)t

by . They came back home Camp Butner. N. C have been i I d' Cone Is the | This Is an annual! election and With a successful "
recorl In all 1
Mr that J. C. Hear North bv way of Green Cove and saw closed. Up until now most of the I The of merching feet, all who participate In the Sol seven of the previous bond drives :
i. traffic superintendent for that the ship had reached the separatees being processed In the I ruthless conqueror; Conservation program In 1945 are the County seems doomed to fall I'I
Lm Bell, had a long lineEJC berthing area there . Bill got center at Blending have been from I' Freedom and Justice are eligible to vote and hold office. in the current effort unless a J

his talents as an astrol- home Thursday after many, many Florida. Under the new setup, And now. "Excelsior complete In addition to the election, the spurt of bond-buying for Christ .
[st the Christmas dance the months! in the Pacific . Heard however, they will be coming here' ) practices for payment and provl mas turns the trick.
L' Beles. g a v e Thursdayof John Uglow .reminiscing along from all points of the Fourth I T urn .p alone of the program for 19,IS will

last week . He seemed Call Street to the effect that 60 Service Command. if is the your eyes, your mind,,.....heart, be discussed, therefore it Is a very the Through Florida Tuesday Bank at of Starke this week

|telling them just what they years ago Wednesday he and the At the present time more than Cive Chri.tmaatide important meeting for all farmers ported total sales re- t
4 of $73618.73
L to hear: -which i la a sure nrownlees got off the same trainIn 600 enlisted men and between 50 thanks that Lning dODO in the county. All are urgedto ($40,21875: series P1 .
32.000 )
;jiuccess as a fortune teller, Starke and they've been here and 60 officers are being separ- L4 The battle justified our pad attend,and be on time. other classes). The Starke ,
Ipow Quite a successful ever since . Incidentally, the ated each day at Blanding. About ."\ 'Signed' : office reported sales of $17,900.25, !
I I'd ay, with delicious tur- Uglows celebrated their :57th wed- 50.000 men have been separatedfrom Beneath tomorrow T.iDyer., County Agent andSeer.tary all series E.
td baked Virginia ham sand- ding anniversary last week . the service there since the [ AU DIeD brilliant IUD \ Brad ford County Total E .,
everywhere AAXjk' sates stand! at $ 8,121S M
during the evening Effie .
a served holiday atmosphere: center opened last June. May live .. while the "
ten Southern Carter's door bell-one of a I in niwn. county's E quota is ,
J Incidentally Jingle The Separation Detachment of a. one, 130000. "
Itjrla of the Starke office the cutest. yuletlde- tricks I've seen more than 800 men Is working a ;:= And Code blessings ehare Candk4ight3\yespers ;{+
I the direction of Mrs. Jean- yet . six-day staggered week so there f 1' All persons who can possibly a
f Christian, are making' 20 will be no slowdown in the discharge -: ; Merry Christrnas" this At Presbyterian buy another bond before Dec. 31
i of homemade candy and Add familiar fares<< in old familiar process \ As DeTer heretofore year Js tna. Church SundayV are urged to do so In order to

_ies( for their Saturday nightAt I places: Merrill (Burrhead) i t Lillop .... help reach the quota. ?

the Blanding Red Cross McMillan trying to catch up on Council Clarifies .ti J \ For there Your heart It Js Tonr due, The annual CnrUtmas1", *Candle \
Ln They're also practlc- his bird hunting after too many I. war Do more light Vespers of th*"Presbyterian, USO To Be Scene

|p on their Christmas carols months of exile in the ETO . Status Of Church, under the a'ispt\ +"j the Of.
|ty can feed and serenade the T. K. McClane shaking hands USO PropertyIn choir with l\rrl.! E. 1KJ(''''n )JnK. Event ,. ,
Lug' veterans at the same around the courthouse and look- director, will be given Sunday. During lollaiays. t

J. And by the way . ,. Ing forward to Friday when he order to clarify existing mis- .l Dec 2 ant 5 p. m. i1 i' ':.... r: a.fttday
[urn Christian Is compiling expects to get a discharge . understanding concerning the title : The organ prelude will be fo(," !, 'setivlao' 'win go. n; ,
Ink of her own original re- be --' lowed by the of the dfer. ," '<
Sorry to hear that he won't to the property on,which the Fed- I i-: it!. lighting tlVO: t11w{ j
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which she will have pub- returning to his old job here on eral USO is constructed, the City I candles by B. C. Holtzendorf day night when tha'"*" ettwrfttl,t: )

Jl u soon as she's through account of a more interestingoffer Council has ordered published the __ _. _ + Barney McRae and Jimmy Mo- Christmas formal dance will occupy -
ft{t elsewhere . Quite a gala following resolution from its min- Ghee. The program will also Include the grogram spotlight( A }

party In session at the Bamboo utes for the benefit of those desir- Chamber of the hymn, "Come, All Ye band from Camp Blinding will Nn iP
Change of Scenes: Sara Monday night . Long table set ing to know the facts: Commerce Meets Faithful" and a solo "Silent supply tho music for dancing and
breis will leave the Charley for a dinner party with a birthday Starke, Florida Night." by Miss Mary Louise a program of entertainment has sr

I'to Insurance Agency on cake all lighted and a table full October 9, 1941 Durshlmer. Miss Mary Alice Yar- been arranged, featuring baton
jl I to enter training in Jack"e : of gifts from friends! and rela- The City Council met in called Friday Night 8 P. Courthouse brough will read the Christmas twirling by Sharon Hall and songs glhy

to become a National Air tives . Mollie Edwards all meeting with the following mem- Scriptures. The choir will tender by Virginia Sewell and June rate -
stewardess . Seems Sara - - - __ !. fe.
a-flutter with preparations for bers present: L. A. Canova, Chairman "Carol of the Russian Chil
|long had this ambition, butt Joe's party 44 And a good time i H. A. Bishop. Chas. A. Ministers dren". "Holy Christmas NIght"and Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock % '
t she was too tall until she was had by all . According to Darby, Orie A. Wiggins, and S.,E. Noted Singer Will Group "Jesus Redeemer" with the the traditional custom of decorat-

and was accepted . i latest reports;. A. W. Anderson Sparks Be Heard SundayAt'Methodilt'Church Organized Here solo parts by Miss Jean Davis ing the Christmas tr*, *r>U be! en- sl
tog once again tbab.yOIlDever (Jr.) should arrive home from the Motion was made bY' B. E. John Powell will sing "Voices of joyed and a "wassail bowl""wilJbe

k until!! you try. ;_, Call Street Pacific justin Urn .to get la on Sparks that::optWn'be"executed Ministerial-Alliance,-including:' The,Skjrt'. 'The pastor Rev. J. L. the center) of this Informal ?
JmlM the attractive that annual family reunion of the ,I and deed prepared to lots 4-5-&-7- In Its membershIp.mlnlstera of We.tof':", \'- fl the Message .of gathering. '..A"Monday.
|loaned to us by Macclenny Anderson clan that-will be staged 8-0-10 and 11 of Block '2, :Mat- The pastor, the Rev. W. J. Stark 6n4. 'chaplains of' Camp' Christmas For This Hour, Ctristmas rjve night
baa been a fixture of the .at Gold Head Branch Sunday . thews Addition to the City of Churchwell. has returned from a Blanding, walll organized at a re- The choir will sing! "Ave tho huge open fireplace In the
ley r Johns office for the past i Starke Florida. Vote was as follows three-day Pastors Retreat at Lake cent luncheon meeting held In the Verum", "Christmas Song" and lounge will be'the focal point.ff*\ i eb'e

|fears Hear that Bill and Add hone \vlion' dreams of a I !: Ayes: Chas. A. Darby, Orie Alfred where the Crusade for home of the Rev. and Mrs. W. G. I "Remember Now.O Virgin Mary" popping corn and eating apples..
i Bagett are settled down In, "civilian" Christmas will come A. Wiggins, S. E. Sparks. Nayes: Christ was! presented! A great revival Smedley. at Keystone Heights. i with, Sgt, Richard Kessler singing Carol: singing will be featured at

Import, where Bill has his old true: Albert Gils son Woodrow I H. A. Bishop. Councilman S. E. Is being planned throughout Following the luncheon, the Rev the solo parts In the last two 4 o'clock Christmas afternoon and r

k. I Ih I Hicks, Lucian Conner Paul Faulkner Sparks Introduced a certain Ordi- the Conference. Mr. Churchwell Mr. Smedley, serving as temporary numbers Rev. West will give the service men and women, visitingthe o-
Vernon Dyal, Clyde Strick and Resolution as follows: Is the Chairman of the Evangelistic / chairman, brought before the benediction. Club durlhg the day will receive J
. Florence (Mercereau). land and Robert Myrick RESOLUTION Committee of the Gainesville group the desirability of organiz- Choir members are Josephine candy and cigarettes from t d

t got( her citizenship papers Hear that Alton Dobbs was called Councilman S. E. Sparks of- District. ing a ministerial association. Johns, Mary Powell\, Hazel Fields, the tree. 1
lickaonville last Friday . back from bivouac to report to fered the following resolution. The sublect of the morning ser The matter was favorably received Jean Davis, Betty McRao, :Mary All service men and women, as
fci ihe was a Canadian citizenese the separation center, but I didn't WHEREAS, the City of Starke mon at the church will'\ be "None and upon the motion of the Louise Durshlmer, Mary Alice well as civilians, are cordially Invited -

years (and here I was hear him kicking about It . Is the owner of the following de- Other Name". The choir will present Rev. J. L. West, seconded by the Yarbrough, Louise Stern, Virginia to enjoy the hospitality of
fug she was a dyed-In-the- '.Among those who won't be home scribed real estate situate In the nneclal Christmas music Rev. W. J. Churchwell, Mr. Smed- I Durshlmer, ,Rosemary Roush, Lu- the USO during the holiday.

ICallatreeter) . Surely miss for Christmas: Lt. Jewett Fogg, City of Starke, Bradford County, MIs.". Virginia Sewell will sing ley was elected to the office of : cille McRae and Alice Lansing.
I Starling from Jerry's where who has just gone overseas . Florida, to-wit: "Oesu Bambino" and Miss Olive president. Later Mr. West was : Ground Broken 5 ,
Ibu officiated behind the I Lots 4-5-6-7-8-9-10 and 11 of Mae Bennett of'Vlrsrlnla will sing elected secretary-treasurer. John M. Barksdale
lt t.>r for the past three years I Well, so long for now . I'll 2 Matthews' Addition to "0 Holy Night". The Bennetts are For C of C Office ,
Block Those enjoying this occasion" gy h
I Understand next to see friends of Mr. and Mrs. Dies At DunnellonJohn
she's working In be around Tuesday old t
bounded '
I the City of Starke, on with the hosts, the Rev and Mrs. Ground was broken Wednesday w
fonville . Red Monteith what Santa brought . Churchwell and have Just returned .
the North by Washington Street, the Rev. W. JChurchwell "
Smedley, were Tor the Chamber of Commerce office
f:I that Joe went to the party I Carolyn. South from Oakland, Calif. Olive Mae M. Barksdale 90, died at
West by Temple Avenue. the Rev. Grover Alison -
building to be constructed on '
was soloist at one of the leadingchurches his home in Dunnellon\ Monday
by Lots 3 and 12 of said Block In Oakland a student at the Rev. J. L. West and the morning and services were held the southeast side of the courthouse -
2, East by Clark Street, and Rev. Fred S. Dodd of Starke, and
Col.: T. K. McClane Rotarians Enjoy Bay Cities Bible Institute and from the Methodist Church there grounds.
dimensions of 216.5 feet the following chaplains from materials
having Most of the for this
soloist for two radio programs Tuesday afternoon with IntermentIn
fk From PacificCol. Christmas PartyThe east and west by 207.8 feet which originated In Oakland. Previous Camp niandlng: Wra. J. Relss, R. ; the local cemetery. The Rev. building have been donated by
north and south W. Heflin, Robert M. Homlston, i local business men and some of '
two "
Christmas of to this she spent sea John M.\ Bikes was In charge.Mr. .
T. K. McClane, former annual party AND WHEREAS, said propertyhas the labor !Is also donated.
OperaIn George A. Curtis, Gordon R. Bell, Barksdale being
with the Metropolitan was prominently
Wednes- sons
'ord County farm agent ar- the Rotary Club was held been dedicated to any r
not Frank A. Sneal, James W. For- Identified When the building Is completed a
' New York City. with the West Marlon
at Camp Blanding Tuesday day at 12:15: In the regular meet- municipal use! and it Is not neces- shee. clerk will be employed to main-x :}r
fag for( discharge after 18 Ing place, the Methodist recrea- municipal use, and Sunday evening at 7:30: the town In the heydey of the phosphate attend all
sary for any tain the office and to
The next meeting will be heldIn Industry and held the officeof
of the church, assisted -
I of service In the Pacific tion building. WHEREAS, the United Statesof young people detail work connected with the ,
chil- Chapel One at Camp Blanding. for twenty For I'
tile by the choir and mayor yeairs.
318th the
Field at
Artillery Members were greeted America desires such propertyas Chamber. '
Ion of the 81st \Wildcat) door by "Santa Claus" and recorded a site of a recreation building, dren of the Sunday School, will many years he served as a justice
iion. Christmas carols were and offers One Dollar therefor, present a pageant "White Christ Health Unit Will of peace.

McClane was graduatedthe played as the guests were gath- and, mas for the King" by Ruth Hergt. Observe Holidays Surviving are three ions, C. G.Flarksdala. Annual MeetingOf
University of Florida in ering. A miniature Christmastree WHEREAS, It is desirable and The church extends a cordial Invitation Starke, and John M. Red Cross Chapter t

and held a commission in the stood at the head of the T- to the best Interests of the City to everyone. Dr. J. C. Miller, director of the and William Barksdale. Dunnellon -
" He was called to active shaped table and a large gaily- of Starke that such recreational Clay-nra d for d County Health and one daughter Mrs. J. A. Judge E. K. Perryman announced

In March 1941 and spent his lighted tree stood in the tack- buildings be erected on said prop- War Fund Total Unit, announced that the facilities I! Scroggin of Dunnellon. today that the Annual Meeting",

18 months of service as an ground. erty by the United states Stands At $1,200Total will be closed on Dec. 24. 23 and of the Bradford County Chapter
tor in military tactics at Preceding the luncheon Alvin NOW THEREFORE, be it en- 26, and on January 1. These Strong Will Open American Red Cross, will be heldIn

field Artillery School, Fort Lewis of Lawtey played a groupof acted by the City Council of the collections to date In the closed dates are In accordancewith 'Jewelry StoreIn I, the Red Cross Office at the '
Okla., before being assigned Instrumental numbers on the City of Starke In council assembled National War Fund for Bradford Federal regulations governIng I Armory Building on Tuesday, Jan-
a Slit Division. Getting Us accordion also playing the accompaniment that the above described County are $1200. A few sections health units.Presbyterian. Green Cove uary 8, 1940 at 2:30: P. M.

overseas action In the rev for carol singing. lands be sold and conveyed by still have to report and Chairman, Every person who donated as
of the Palau Islands, the of the was the City of Starke to the United D. A. Monteith plans to end the Church Harley F. Strong who has been much as $1.00 to the 1943 War
Highlight program
later took One Dollar the Camp Blandlng jeweler, lo- fund Is member of the Red
part In the UberaOf -,the of gifts, each accompanied States of America for drive by the first of January.The a
the the Mayorof cated In Main B Post Exchangesince Cross and eligible to attend.
Philippine and was by consideration, and that Collectionfor Christmas In the Presbyterian
composed Clothing
by Victory
"tog for the Invasion of the poem contaIn- said City, Its councilmen and relief will on Church: 1941, announced this week Judge Perryman urges every one M;
and usually open
"*> the "giver", and deliver overseas that he will soon open a first who Is interested In
homeland when hoetlll- humorous remarks about Its clerk, make, execute 7 and continue through Sunday School convenes at 9:43: carrying on
'nded on V-J Day. ing some a good and eufflclent con- January Morning worship serviceat class jewelry store in Green Cove the work of the Red Cross in this I
also national goal is a. m.
Gifts were 31. The
* the the "glftes. January Springs, site of the Navy's huge to attend the I
end In fee simple to County meeting.LETTERS
of the war theM presented to Mrs. E. K. Perryman, veyance thereof 100,000.000 garments In additionto 11 a. m. with the sermon topic. .
been used of America, for Bethlehem new berthing project.Mr.
for occupation the United States "Have the Wonders of
Northern the club's pianist, Mrs. Janle aforesaid. shoes and bedding. Henry J. Strong has bought the Harold -
February Honshu. Avery, who prepared the luncheon, the consideration moved Kaiser, national chairman of the Night Ever Ceased? Mills home property In Green f ?

warded the 1945,Bronze Col. McClane Star and to Mrs. A. W. Anderson, the Councilman S.of E.said Sparks ordinanceand collection, has called upon the Evening Candlelight Vespers at Cove, and he and Mrs. Strongwill TO SANTA CLAUS
" 'for regular carterer who has been un- the adoption Charles nation's school children and college 5 o'clock. move there soon from the
meritorious achieveIn able to prepare the luncheon for resolution. Councilman youths to assist.A Sunday School program at 6:30: Jacobs cottage on KIngsley Lake Dear' Santa Claus: iy,
said motion -
connection with'm1l1tary because of an A. Darby In the Sunday School room. Just line let know 9, ,
*uons the past two weeks day will be announced where they have resided for the a to you t
against the enemy on whereupon the same was put pick-up under the directionof
; All music
what I want for Christmas I
"*r arm injury. and is pant four years.
Starke everyone
Wand" adopted later for
to a vote and donations ready to Mrs. E. E. Lansing. Mrs. E. M. The new jewelry store will be would like to have a pretty watch
vote thereon asked to have
with the following Davis at the organ. loused In a new building to be and house coat or a bicycle. I ; '
G. Fire Department Councilman on that date.
pick up
McMillan Home : FOR .. constructed on Magnolia Ave? want a sack of candy. I have to
Answers Two CallsThe Charles A. Darby. One A. School Holidays across from the bunk and which lose now. Santa Claus: I am t d,
mil I o. McMillan son of Mrs Wiggins S. E. Sparks H. A. Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Ressie Colson and will be occupied jointly by Mr. good now. *

*Hough of Starke was dls- need for greater care with L. A. Canova President of daughter Diane have returned to Bradford County school students Strong and a drug store to be Your friend
from the service at Camp open fireplaces Is apparent this said Council: AGAINST ADOPTION Starke and have an apartment at will begin their annual operated by M. C. Mayhugh of Margaret McBrlde. ,
g l last Friday after serv- week In the fact that the local None.WHEREUPON. the home of Mrs. Colson's par- Christmas holidays today Dec. 21, Koch's Drug Store In Starke.Mr. Water Oak School. f0
0the European Theatre with fire department made two runs said Ordinanceand ents, Mr. and :Mrs. F. F. Flume. I and will not return to the class Strong will still maintainhis Dear Santa: fl'

*I 819th Engr. Avn. Bn. This one Saturday and one about 11:40a Resolution was forthwith cer- Mr. Colson was discharged recently -! room until Monday, Jan. 7. shop at Camp BUndlng.
or engineers went Into Eu- m. Sunday to houses where the tified to N. D. Wainwright Jr.. after several months in : -- I am a lltjle boy eight years 'Y
011 D pin :a and was largely mantel had become ignited by an Mayor of said City of Starke and Valdosta Ga. He will be associated -I Lt. and Mrs.: Wm. B. Boyd of Robert Barksdale. S 2-c, who old and I go to school every day.I a t
2THe was stationed in I I I. The mantel was damaged Sat- on the 9th day of October In his store at Brooker Fla. Christmas holidays here with at Fort McHenry Baltimore, Md, j please bring me a B. B. Gun. anda J
'"berg, Germany at the time' urday In the Baptist Pastorlum. 1941. V Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gay and Mrs. Boyd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I,arrived Wednesday to spend the ', football If you can find one and 'r
to COme home. Before en- occupied by the Rev. and Mrs. Pauline will leave todayto W. II. Nollman. Lt. Boyd has I Christmas holidays with his par- whatever else you can.Vaughn. '
7 the service he was emu L. D. Haines and Sunday at the Mr. and Mrs. Earl Campbell and daughter spend Christmas with relatives recently been discharged by the ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Barks-, Prescott,
and Mrs. Percy Sullivan son Donny spent from Friday dale. I Fla. ,
surveyor with the : home of Mr. Texas.: jNavy. Highland.? :
In Houston l.
'W St. through Monday in Miami. . ... ._ ,,,.
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i1 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Mr. and Mrs. C. )I, Turney had Can Use More
FarmUy as visitors last week-end Mr. and week services at St. M Put1'woo!
and little
Mrs. John P. Turney an-
i ta.bllllhed 1877 Mark's Episcopal Church are '
MI"' Bryan WhItfield Mary Carol, of Jack- WRITE TIMMKIt
E. L. Matthew. __________ Editor and Owner . . . . . . sonvllle.daughter nounced as follows: Sunday, Dec. Container "
Corp'n. of America.
23, Church School 9:45 a. m.; Fernandina
COMMUNITY CLUB Bradley Geiger of Jacksonville FlyIlringX
; I Published Weekly on Friday. and Entered tut Second ClaM Matter CHRISTMAS MEETING: visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brad- Morning: prayer 11:0: a.. m.; Chil- -
) { at the Pout Office at Starke, Florida. Its huge log fire, a Christmastree ley for the greater part of the dren's Christmas Service and -

"j that was outstanding In past week party, 4:00: p. m. and Young Pea iALow/ERs
beauty, holly and novel decorations J. G. Caldwell was called to ple's Service League 6:3O: p. m.
Christmas Or Xmas made the Club Room a fes- Ocala Sunday on account of the Christmas Eve Dec. 24, Midnight C"ERR
Il tive setting for the Community Illness of his father, J. B. Cald-
t: Club's annual Yule-tide party last well. Friends hope that Mr. Mass 11:15: p. m. Christmas Day,
i"!I, 4 y yi The streamlining; hysteria of the age In which we live has Tuesday. Mrs. Lynwood Watts, Caldwell, Sr., will be well again Dec. 29, Holy Communion 11:30a. : Wreaths'
i k ; by no means left unscathed the Christian church and Its most vice-president, presided over the soon m. Center Pieces

:' 3 holy days, reaching with its questionable influence even to the brief business meeting that pre- Mr. and Mrs. Chester Thigpen of The, young People's Service I Door Wreathes
ceded the exchange of gifts. League will carol the city before
birthday of the Prince of Peace. CHRISTmas has been streamlined merry 'Jacksonville were Sunday supper .. Artificial CorsagesYule
During the social hour Mrs. L. F. guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. the Christmas Eve service.
: !'q ,+ r by a speed-crazed world into "Xmaa." Chapman poured coffee from a

;t In mathematics, X is regarded as the "unknown quantity" handsome silver service at a table Tyus.Misses Martha Treadwell and At The TabernacleThe Logs Cut Flowers Potted Plan
centered with colorful seasonal
and, popularly, "marks the spot" which something has once a Marion Brewer of Jacksonville
decoration balanced by tall red Christmas with
occupied. We well ask: "Does X signify that some other were Sunday visitors of Mr. and W INWIJIGIiT
may The refreshments on this Mon-
tapers. the children will be given IfL
V C j Mrs. J. M. Bradley and Mrs. J. B. ) u) I is
object, known or unknown, has taken the place of Christ whose occasion consisted of sandwiches, day evening, December 24,.at 7:30:
Phone 102
p a birth we celebrate at this Joyous season? individual Christmas cakes and from their homeIn o'clock at the Tabernacle, and ... ... .... .... ,.. .. -..... Starke... "-- .Fla.... : 303 Clark St
served with Having come -
red and green mints parents and friends are invited. ---
t f i What does "Xmas" mean to the great .masses in our land the coffee. Woodburn, N. Y., to tour FlorIda Regular meetings aa usual, and -

To the business man It means the busiest and perhaps the most Mr. and Mrs. George DePuy In addition music will be broadcastnew
Mr. and Mrs J. O. Bouvier
of their son and
d9' profitable season of the year, when the public Is urged: "Do visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil :McRae were guests Yar's Eve and a Watch Night '
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
service held, beginning at
your Xmas shopping early." To a great multitude It means a and family in McIntosh Sunday Bob Berkley. prayer
10 o'clock.
y season of gaiety merrymaking and carousing, to be broughtto and Monday. Mrs. J R. Kite, Mrs. Paul Mc- Special speakers are coming in CService

an uncertain end only when the old year has passed into Misses Melba Strlngfellow: Lila Lendon, Mrs W. G. Stringfellow January and some very fine spirit- Station
Rae Caldwell, Kiln Chisholm ofMoultrie.
and Mrs. L. A. servedat
Shepherd ual treats are In store for the
the new. To uncounted millions it means a time of lavish Ga., and her hostess,
the Red Cross Canteen Tuesday
'' ,, tyd spending In the hope of getting; of the vain display of affection Roberta Whitfield, attended the night. future.The public Is cordialy invitedto PIIONE 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE:

I' in the bestowal of of small intrinsic value of USO dance at Green Cove Springs
gifts or great ; Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter of attend all services.

''ryes F'' {, careless repetition and thoughtless singing of "Peace on earth, Saturday night. Lawtey were Sunday dinner Oil Changing
Miss Mildred Williams, studentat of Mr. and Mrs. W. GStrlngfellow. .
,. good will to men," without an understanding of the deep significance FSCW Tallahassee arrived guests JOIN -THE CHAMBER OF Greasing

..f r!' '' Y of that angel song. Thursday to spend the Christmas Lt. Jim Grant of Camp Blan- COMMERCE! and help build Waxing
'' + ''C a But to a great redeem host it is CHRISTmas indeed'for holidays with her brotherinlawand ding and Miss Margaret Beam of Starke.
they are reminded thereby that the great God became man In sister, Mr. and Mrs. L>. A. Starke were visitors of Mr. and {Washing

i A t l !4 the Person of III well-beloved Son that He might redeem a Shepherd. Mrs. Bob Barkley Sunday Polishing
l i t ti r lost humanity. To them It is a day of rejoicing for the Babe During the past week Joe Tire
c' of Bethlehem whose name is Jesus, has, as the Lamb of God, Townsend of Palatka visited Farm I Church of ChristA .". Repairs H
become their Saviour from sin. "This Is-a faithful saying, and HOWDY ELECTRIC ARC
"i W worthy of all acceptation, that Christ Jesus came into the worldto S-Sgt. Jack Bradley returned cordial welcome is extended WELDIN

save sinners" (I Timothy 1:19): ), Saturday from Tallahassee wherehe to everyone to worship with the -.i __ __
: i Would that every soul in this war-torn world, at this had been the guest of friends Church of Christ next Lord's Day
since Wednesday. Services at the regular hours will FOLKSBeing ONE
Christmas season might humbly bow in repentance and submission -
En route from New London, be held, with the evening service
and make the courts of Jlea.vtin ring with a united,
i e 5onn., to their new home in CalifornIa beginlng at 7 o'clock. The sub-
: !; h earnest plea:
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Caw : ject for the morning: worship ser-
li "Oh holy Child of Bethlehem! were guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. i vice will be "Little Foxes That the authorized dealer Quaker State

y Descend to UA, we pray; Fanche-r for several days the early Spoil The Vineyards." The evening In Watkins Products I I/
; ,I r 4 .._. _"" -. Cast out our ain, and enter in; part of the week topic will be "The Danger of Oil
W shall gre a 11 I appreciateyour
Be born In y
vat today Mrs. Claudia Lee Cuff and Apostasy. Sealed Containers
u Is It Xmas for you, or CHRISTmas? daughter, Cathie, of Jacksonvilleand The church Is pleading for a ; burliness. I promiseIn ,
Oliver Peterson. Jlmmle Knott of Jacksonville return to New Testament Christ-
Beach spent Sunday with Mr. andHear ianity.-W. Herron Is the minister. return o o u r teoua and RIDE
regular service. FLORIDA
;l'i k'r I At This Happy Holiday Season, We MOTOR LINES BATTERIESTake

l Pause To {Wish The People Of Bradford I & GREYHOUND

County A Very Merry Christmas f .es1 ssss R. L. SANDERS BUSSES
I C't For Safety RIW.UJ"!.

A Aw I And A Happy New Year. 6' "The Watkins Man"I'll Comfort & Economy OISUlANlJ

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::J'iAlolL I This Is the season of goodwill

eiJnJ'txi1ikfuj} I ] :) that horn! Hear that ', and, looking down the

: ,' ; excitement In the air, that I' who long list have of names shown of those their

t\ laughter! It's Christmas, good; will towards us in

And may the Hoppl- o neighbor, the most hopeful 1945, we come,to yours.
nISI of the Holiday o Christmas in !
years We
want to thank you for
Season be
yours ,... Imbued with this buoy. this good will
through all the s. on your part, a, hy, aM
coming 0 ant spirit of hope we express and to send just the friendliest

A 4 our wish for a gen-g, of wishes for your '..--

1 '" i) .rri'i" illY.Efj a Q ine Merry Christmas to all happiness and cheer at

our friends and patrons. Christmastime.

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SISTRUNK'SSeed MOTOR :t/ms Ci4t-is'.S

@ UNION LUNCH ROOMGnrLsimeul, & Feed Store COMPANY
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/ r 'The lights of Peace bum brightly: as the force: of hate are banished
from the earth.

I Living ymbols of hope hare appeared la every land-and

JJ1errlf I I men can lift their hearts aDd heads without fear.

A Friendly Greeting This is really a momentous Chrtsuuis-cam lag the promise

I. of a new and better. era to come. It will be especially precious
to those who hare sacrificed: and endured most In those tragic

TO YOU- years of strife. This Christmas we shall all bo drawn In closer

brotherhood and we shall sing out our faith together lift high

the Immortal message that fffls the world with hope Teace on

Our Friends and Customers -rth-9ooc1 will towards all men."

Florida Motor Line extends best wishes of the Mason to

friends everywhere

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0 :1 ;It's the Season to be friendly Happy, and Phone 147 *

1 ; t. cN.ew Year contented ., . may this be your experience "":!J

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Christmas *

L Deep Meaning r rI

probably, know of ..: 7 I $1I.t.Qreethiq

f Tft!t!.e,any P turn e' meaning. Plants associated ordinarily: ;1 : : ,

Chrtstmaa decorations.
and red
bony ha*
DY the prickles we con-
/I. bitter life of Jesus on "
.\\lie HIS patchings. His fastlull ";

IT weariness the berries, His we crown confessAllied of ST. NICHOLAS 1 'a ., (
His blood for sinners. errYt ''f
has little outside bark, "
ytw small rind, to teach us 5tma
"J1 a k
10 make a great outside show, "r'J;
n.; it Is a lasting timber oneanclafCto
soundness of a
till& the i iA
.? It has many branches, .'
pientlfulneas In good BLANKET of snow on the tool, +
and it Is always green and '
:ring, even as the Christian little and shak ft peace and stillness and warmth :'f
A we see boys girls .
1 alWays! grow and thrive In ids WHEN hands with Santa Claus this, and firelight, the lovely litter of Christmas ,',)
of on the living room floor. Certainly ,
the slgnlfance
laurel thought comes to mind: 1\\
1. Jesus came Into the world our friends and a big, hearty Christmas there's a Santa Claus, and as we wish N \w
the bonds of sin and to We would like our expression of appreciation ,
Into Heaven, leaving wish to you all, this merry, merry for you a Merry Christmas we add this ,, ""r
up be
your patronage to a hearty .
captive. Christmas wish for good measure: May good old !.
1111 season. shake of the hand for each of you. A. we (
St. Nicholas come: laden, this Christ
iNp,CONVENTION Looking back over the year calls to seem to be denied this opportunity, please
mas of 1915, with more of the good ."
Bradford County Singing this, while substitute for hand ,'=
will meet with the mind our greatest source of pleasure has accept a a things! of life for you than you. have
lion Methodist Church been with shake, as no less sincere in wishing you a ,
gaUonnl our contact folks like you. ever before enjoyed. "
urges out on the Jackson-
J Highway Sunday, Dec. 23 HAPPY CHRISTMAS
In I aU day session. Dinner 0 ,
1!be served on the ground at ,
I md everyone Is Invited toEl "
A. D Crosby is President 0 STARKE ELECTRIC SUPPLIES .
convention and T. N. Nor- !k
U Vice-l'resident. CAMPBELL'S ACCOUNTING Westinghouse Distributor

fgIM Carl Johns ('. It. Stanley i,
|Buy y\War Bonds I I !J4::) .::1

\\--TODAY -- -- --. MERRY i!:,: :.j jI Y Yr
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Everybody J',' I' ':
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0 The t long awaited occasion is ::7();

amazing array of gifts 1 I here the opportunity-CHRISTMAS of renewing-and with friend-it'': I"?;:. ?

ships.We'cannot tell you how much ..s,Io!r1klM

WE HAVE GIFTS TOO MANY GIFTS! GIFTS THAT YOU WANT TO GIVE AND WE '! .. these friendships have meant to us. .. \( 1
'We' treasure them,*.ve>ry one.._,\ y" '

rejoicing and good cheer. Let u. \*
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celebrate it with a genuine thankfulness .-.. '
SORBS'? J JThe in our hearts for the blessings
: I that have been ours to enjoy. ;'f:

Gents' and Ladies Greatest Gift of All- 1
r-; THE PRACTICAL GIFT Sure To Please Every tl
'Woman 'We Have A ",
We Are Now Receiving Our First New cAIiDF1-I-F: 'S
Stocks In Several Years . Now You Dazzling Array of Perfect I
Can Have The Watch You've Been Blue White Stones. k ai
Waiting For . (\ TilE jt..a.U DRUG STORK
Priced to Suit Every Pocketbook
29.50 I Starke Florida

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Nothing so acceptable as smart ? \ RINGS '
luggage . Sure to make a hit i Always A Favorite- i

wi/A the most important nameson Everybody Wants One i "

your list. JUan 'Woman or Child kdy

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- Always Popular i iIf Again may yon know the fragrance

USE OURAWAY in doubt give alocket d Of hemlock, pine and holly. uhi ,e4

LAY .much. They mean I Again may friendly yokes call' !

so . Tell so much PRICED FROM A greeting warm and Jolly; "

to the one who means 11 And again may the meaning of' >,
$1.50 $12.95
the most. See our wide to Christmas,

PLAN selection All sizes Deep and t till more !true
All shapes
- IIq Bring faith and hope and gladneei ,

To the hearts of yours and yov. .

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1 I( I q ' c.. Mrs. Lewis Honored Memorial Service Young Adult Class Presbyterian FlyWelchDouglas w1l1. C.

At Luncheon Held By WSCS Has Christmas Sunday SchoolTo A. Of the.

\ 1 i,, Mrs. K. G. Duncan was hostess Honoring members of the Worn Party Last Friday Have PartyThe Miss were Lura married : are oPe 11IoI

i 1 at a luncheon !Iri',,her home on an's Society of Christian Serviot The Young Adult Fellowship Sunday School of the Presbyterian E. K. > bull North Walnut St., last Friday In who died this the Soclet Ute ,
year Class of the Methodist Church Church will have Its annual .
i'. honor of Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis of held an Impressive memorial service held its Christmas party at thee Christmas party at 6 p. m. :Mr. and Mrs. I !un s
Ft. Lewis, Wash., and Mrs. B. Monday afternoon at t church Friday night. Christmas Sunday afternoon, immediately gin, 111., and ,
,I l ; a A. Pope, Jr., of Norfolk. Va.! who church. Mrs. A. Wood spoke I colors of red and green were used following the Vesper program, in nack bf St. 1 I tlfldp
, I are holiday guests pf relatives beautifully in praise of the following in decorating and the center of the Sunday School room. Wednesday for daug
three members: Mrs. J. F, attraction was the beautifully' The program will be as follows: spending a few F'reel11a
4; I .a here.The Colley Mrs. W. S. Stroman and lighted tree. "Joy To The World", by the of :Mrs. Carrie I I' n d .
p rooms used were attraCtively Mrs. L. F. Smith. After which Gifts were exchanged from, the group; A Christmas Prayer, Miss Mrs. John \V p W
decorated with chrysanthemums : Mrs. I. P. Shepherd read a touchIng tree and Lt. Alfred Dibble led in Lucille Mitchell; Scripture reading -
t and other winter folwera and memorial poem. games and contests Unique folder i Rev. J. I* West: "Thla Christ
; about 12 guests' were present to The business session was presided placecarda with the menu Insida mas", Margaret Rose Duncan;
? .y t enjoy this occasion with the honor I I over by the president Mrs were used. Reading, "The Night Before
,\. guests and the hostess. I W. E. MIddleton. Mrs. A. Z. Ad Mrs. C. H. Naaworthy and Mrs. Christmas", Rosemary Roush; "0,
kin. transacted her duties aa secretary Little Town of Bethlehem" by
T. T Long served on the decorating
Coca-Cola Party' and Mrs. Titus Olson aa' committee and Mrs. Paul group; reading, "Christmas Day",
treasurer. Miss Kate Struth, reported Bridges and Mrs. W. H. Hart as Prissy McRae; reading "Christ: Due to
'!, ttvi Employees of the Coca-Cola that the Baby Mite box collection a committee for securing the tree. mas" Oliver' Asplnwall, song Miss high
1i r Company and their families will had amounted to $13.60tor Fred Guy acted as master of cere Mary Louise Durshhner and a
!l have their annual Christmas party the past six months. monies. reading by Mine Barbara Jean jority
: ,I4'' ; in the American Legion Hall, Sat. The president appointed a committee Hay\. h ugh. A group of children terest
urday night. Dec. 22 at 7:30: p. m. to draft resolutions on the Anderson Home composed of Delores Marucca, duced
passing of three members of the Prissy McRae, Margaret Rose This
society, the'committee to be Miss Scene Of PartyLyle Duncan, Freddy Thomson, Frances ..
uary .. ...
Durshlmer. Oliver Aspinwall.. L. ,
Amelia Ray, Mrs. W. B. Sewel
THE. NEW EASY and Mrs. W. O. Halle; and re- and Janet Anderson entertained Bobby, Kstelle and Clara Belle :?f
SPINDRIERWASHER quested that same be published in at their home on Cherry Johnson will flag "Away In A J
the Bradford County Telegraph, Street Saturday night in honor of Manger." !! .
i and placed in the permanent records the birthday anniversaries of Miss The entire group) will close the ) 1
of the society.In Dorothy Lappe and Miss Ann program with the singing of
NOW ON DISPLAYAt recognition of her valuable Wilt. "Silent Night" and gifts will be JOYS
service to the society and the The cake was decorated In the exchanged from the tree.
church In general, the president Christmas motif, and red and
DAHMER'SGIFT presented to Mrs. W. J. Church green with holly were used to advantage I Southern Belles
e' well a silver bon-bon dish as' a In the rooms where the
: SHOPPE Christmas gift. I guests; were entertained. Both of From Camp Have

110 East Call StreetRobes chairmen For the wUl.coming be for year Circle the circle One: gifts the honorees and delicious received refreshments many lovely Christmas PartyThe } ) }]:) YOU ]

Mrs. A, W Anderson, cochairman were served by the hosts, assistedby Southern Bell Telephone &
o ... .. .. ..... _ _._ 101. Mrs. A., Wood. Circle Two: their mother, Mrs. Sam Anderson Telegraph Girls of Camp Blandlng .
Mrs. A. Z. Ad kins, co-chairman. following games and con- held their first formal dance on 1] YEAR ]
t : J:1 Miss Olive Ray. i tests. ,Thursday night Dec. 13 In the : :
C :: icA .,.- ; Present with the hosts and hon American Legion Hall here. Col.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Silcox orees were Misses Kitty Judd, and Mrs. Mlnlkes and members of
spent last week visiting la St Florence McCulley, Anke Green, the Blanding M1. P. Detachmentwere ,
, Tile Perfect 'Answer Augustine and made a business Hazel Fields, and Maxie Carter, guests. Also present were !
trip to Jacksonville Friday. Mr./B. C. Holtzendorf, Jerome Johns, representatives of) the Company 4'
4r4 To The Eternal Silcox was discharged at Camp Billy Miles, Joe Monteith, Henry from Jacksonville, Orlando, Miami
j y Branding last week after a tour I! Manasaa, Bill Callahan, and Charles and several points in Georgia.The r
Question What of duty overseas. .'
Mooney. hall was beautifully decorated

To Give? ,. ., with holly, mistletoe and
evergreens and the Christmas tree
was attractively lighted in red
& and green.:- 14 1

t .. J. C. Kear north Florida traffic ,
b \- >, superintendent, acted as master f
of ceremonies with MIss
iF i- \': : > TO ALL OF YOU Evangeline Strom, Camp Blandlng ,

chief oPtrator, as hostess. She r A.
,ui f ': was assisted b y Misses Jackie
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Durajon, Bettie Brown, Margie
Davis, Kathleen Rudd and Mary ? ,
Ann Mustcarrello. Music was
KLt %'\
4i % furnished by Sgt. Rhlnhardl'a or
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chestra. + r
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c Miss Sennie Brealand was awarded ";
... her service
," 5-year pin on BAMBOO'"I
4 : this occasion:. About 60 girls at lace tr

t ,t 0a tended.Streamline. '. -at)1' seta, qu
y I ; .. ate.There's p. .. I cotton.
;'' 4f tt clou boa
4 t'44; J Gay ;.
4. l { arirrI to I
u I rayon t

lapel |

1 j.) ', : pearl that it e l<

1 ) j} } glaraororo rice!

no place like home when variety|

Christmas comes around, and there' I ever
no time like right now to wish all
c you kindly home folks the merriest } ? ) ] designs,

Christmas ever. yourFire ) worl
It has been a privilege and a play ,

,4: : b bi ure to have served you In 1947", and Insurance and other' !l

we look forward to your continued from !b
i friendship.LETTUCE .. IM of \In.
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2 Heads . . '- .23 E. Johns : ban
and '
ONIONS 2 Pounds . . .15 AgencyPhone fcnj
7 CELERY Bunch . - . .19 I and ra
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k 't. M' TOMATOES Pound . - .29 .. told and II
4 A Lovely Array '" $1.00 w
Delicious APPLES Pound - .16 Rcprmntlno THE TRAVELERS. Hartford ". handbai!:

: 4 ;1, In Wools, Quilted ORANGES Bushel Basket - 2.35 ". ( : } right and r c

Satin, Chenilles ENGLISH WALNUTS Pound .45 mat 111/11

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l 8.95 to 22.50 nulls\ 4 Premier Fruit Cocktail - . .39 'III >'""J
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No. 2/, canSunbeam ." 1

""Stu 'OTHER SURE-FIRE Bartlett Pears . . .35 1r] Xma IIIIIt.
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4 Tomato Juice .15 "
Rankles and Lingerie aA /

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t" ,1 '6', :; Dlooaea, SUp, Sweaters, 1 Pound Package j

J'f r ; Costotne Jewelry,' Manl- Sunmaid Raisins - - -. - .16 over/I/
f IY cure Sets Suits, Infant No. X Ca.aMonarch .' II.

a 1 Sweaters,' Scented Coat Golden Cream Style Corn .18 YOUR FAMILY, 1

-i Hangers, Head Scarfs, t. ." '
4, Fancy Gift Apron. Pin PLENTY OF FRUIT CAKES "*V t( J"", : 1plt'\JI"fIII\ '
Ctsshlon and Glove. .t\ Iwne
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McCaU, Fbm 1-c, Attending an important I
Bruce meeting Mr. and Mrs. 1
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sterday to .P n<. a 15hta of the WCTU in Gainesville Mon. Mrs. Mena McCrutchen Cross and Mr. and Mrs. T N Kendrickwill Mr and Mrs. Carl Dobbs of Hrock whose residence In IM (,

IrIOUgb, with parent, day afternoon were Mrs. O. E sonville and Mrs. Effie of Jack have as Christmas holiday Lake City spent Sunday with Mr. b.. Street Houston Texas. n.r'I'
McCalL He Johns will guests their children: Mr. You are required to appear
J. W. Btansbury, president the Laura and Mrs. and Mrs Alton Dobbs.
Mrs spend the holidays In Orlando with January SI, 149II, In the above
an4 W.
advanced classes: In Scott: Union, Mrs. Clarence Mel Mrs. S. Gibson and children: of .a Court und cau e. wherein. plain-
taking Johns' sister Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Ray and
University of ton, Mrs. E. Murphy and niece Mrs. Coldsboro.) N. C.. and Mr. and turf seeks dlvo"".. ilradfol't'l County
the and . at Mrs. Raymond; Strickland and Mrs. J. Mrs. Tolbert Black ;children of Montlcel.Io are spending Telegraph shell publleh this Order T TAJUOIJS
Jennie Thornquest. and son Jimmy In t boa
tppl. They reported S. Culbreth. of Lakeland Fla. I' the holidays with Mra. Ray's nest tour weekly Issues.Wltnecs j
Fanny and Ruby Silcox a fine attendance and an In :Mrs. B. E. Fuller parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Ed. seal my hand and official
l of Crescent at Btarke. Florida thin December -
1 J. C. Parker and teresting meeting. Beach has George Flynn. Jr., will leave wards. 19. 1945.COFFI"I.I. .
[ Parker. come to make
)/ In Miss Wanda Pearce Saturday Dec. 29 to enter Emory SEAL) A. J Thomas,
SilCox were shopping came this home with her son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs M. C. Wells of
University in Atlanta Aa Clerk of said Court.Zuch
'rtUe Wednesday of last week to spend the holidays with daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ga. Jacksonville spent last weekendwith II. Honrln| Gainesville, Pin.Atly. .
her mother, Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Graham. Miss Nina Bishop and Mrs. Wm. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. for I'lf 1S-S1 4t 1.11EXPERT ,

She Is a student In Montreat, N. Nick Powell were shopping in Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Hutto and :"'..

C. She and Mrs. Pearce were day afternoon Alexander spent Wednes- ville Thursday.Mrs. Mrs. I* S. Hutto spent Monday S U I ,,".I,.
Thursday of
MKiliiiACID I shopping Mrs. In Jacksonville Friday. last week visiting friends In Jack C. H. Nasworthy spent! shopping in Jacksonville.Miss I ,.:>f
Ernest Phllllpa Mrs. Mae o sonville. last week-end with 1 friends In Bertha Loper and Mack yt. :
Edwards Mrs. Joe Edwards Miss Tampa. Sv ..
Loper were shopping In Palatka JI
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R, INDIGESTION, Elaine Edwards and Elbert Edwards I business R. A. "Lex" Green made a Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nanworthy\ Monday afternoon. 1Fy 1 45 "ill;<;
trip to Washington D. C., ."
were shopping In Jacksonville from and James Deaver will spend the Mrs. Sharon Hall and Mrs L. S. ,
and Gainesville last week- I Thursday through!; Sunday. Christmas holidays with friends In Hutto were shopping: In Jacksonville .: !.
l I I end.Mr. Pfc. W. T. "Billy Jackson" is : Brunswick Ga. Saturday.

and Mrs. C. G. Barksdale spending a 30-day' furlough with I Mlanoa Irene Lewis and Lucille Mrs Huldah Corpenlng who is i Christmas Is always a welcome : f\
P t I' and Mrs. Lula Mott were called his family here. He has been and Haven Crosby were staying with hor mother Mrs. T, :
shopping event with us, lor two reason: M
t to Dunnellon Monday: by the death transferred from Battey General in Jackaonvtlle'dneBday.. A. Brinson .at Hugh spent the' A.pint '
.I of Mr. Barksdale's father. Funeral Hospital to Ward 41, Oliver Gen- Rdm. 1-c<< W. D. "Bill" Parker week-end with her sister l Mrs. "Flr.., iI.c..... we enjoy the ;')' JW

50pter'sDrug< services were held there Tues- eral Hospital, Augusta Ga. Ills came Thursday! of last week to Charley B. Johns. of.friendllnen the h ellpreveil'ing tr
tecond became it afford
day afternoon.Mrs. arm IB ; .
showing the first
concrete spend a leave with his father Bill .
P. L. Durshlmer improvement since he underwenta iv' rmrriT foi'HT. nil \UFOIU.rue > a appropriate opportunity of ei- : <;r:;
I and daughter Parker and other relatives! after \TY Fl.Ollllftl IX' CHANKUY. pretilag our .I"c.'. apprecletioa h r'S, S :
Storr Mary Louise were bone graft operation In Septem- 20 months ,' :
shopping of sea duty In the Pa for velued patronage. ;'d) '
.. your i,
In Jacksonville Fells Ht. ( 11SI.ven.' Plaintiff, WORKMANSHIP # .
Tuesday. ber.William ... tv. Jean Steven, Uefonilunt.Cane . \ ,'
cific.Pvt. v. H h. Indeed been pleaiwe d
N. Moore of Jacksonville . J. C. Parker left Monday No. 42110.onlnu .\>, :
-I.H'AT10S to erve you, end In tending yesour ,> t
has been OP l.t'I "
assigned to this I night for Camp Pickett Va., after AND NOTICU TO ,\PI' :A1t o bat wlihea for .Merry... ':"
district as the new Rent Control spending" a 10-day furlough with STATK. OK FlXllllItA tut: 1\. Jean Chrittmai we eo 10 with the hop. .
Representative. At present he Is relatives Stevens., whoie reel and friends here. known. ALL 'WORKGUARANTEED thet the ChrUtmet anon of 1945 r
in a hospital but will take over AOM 2-c<< Richard Ray is spending You are required to appear on will ......ce".. all of itt predeeee-
his duties here as soon as h i a a 12-day leave with relatives January tl, 1948. In the shave ta reel h.ppl"." for .,0.'t S S.on .ff};.
named Court! and cause
health permits. He replaces C. here. He will leave Christmas plaintiff seek dlvn..".. llrndforil ,
M. Taylor who has been transferred County Telegraph chalk publish IhU i'*"
Day to report to Norfolk, Va. ,
: '
Order In next four weekly |HHU"H.NVKneHK
to Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Triplett my hand and official sent I YOU CAN KNTKUHT YOllli "
Miss Mary Alice Yarbrough arrived and Hoyt Trlplett of Heflin Ala., nt SlHikp. Florida. this I>.."..I\.b.. FINESTV.TCH TO OUR ;

Saturday from College in spent last week with Mr. and U.IOFFIt'iA1.81A1.UU "' ) A. J. TJiomae, CAKK I
!Montreal N. C., to spend the Mrs. Alton Dobba and Mrs. Inca Aa Clerk, of Bald Court. If,i'I :,""
Christmas holidays with Mrs. E. Kelly. Zach Atty. II.fur 1)mtalaa Pit. Ualnmvllle U-21 4t, Fla.I'll I IJ '.1>"'' .

E. Lansing and Mrs. R. S. Fer Miss Sara Milliner of OrlandoIs ---- : :'., 'lr'I
nandez. spending the Christmas holidays iv' (ruin)' roi'HT \nKoun I \ '
& Hutto .
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gross and with her sister Mrs. D. S. ('III.\'l'\. FIUnllt\1 I I.V: (55t.l' TheSTAG : ;
IS ll V. I:.
Mrs. Mena McCrutchen of Jacksonville Cook. Ned track Plaintiff, v*. Anna f" .jt';
tirook HHf.. *56. ;;......""h ;
spent the week-end with
Dr. L. W Koch made a business rll'l1Ht.1'AT1ON Painters ( .!'
oiinicu t & Decorators
, Mrs. Effle Johns. trip to Jacksonville Tuesday -STATK ANI> NOTH'K OK' FLORIDA TO APPISAH toi Alma Carter Hldg., Starke ;; :i : t tIt.
Mr. and Mrs. J.
O. Alvarez anj ........,... s-w..S.,.....'l.. 111 ', ;;
daughter Sheila and Mr. and Mrs. : ,' 1
To One And All '''.u > Frank Wilson of Jacksonville were =1
t r.Y4.
visiting friends here Friday. rt9

CHILDREN looking at a desolate out- I ... ........ SBlernjrigtmag ;t COURTESY ,

landscape try to catch / r in all the thoughtful relations of Service 6y

t a glimpse of a mythical II\ GIVE HIM with convenience and completeness . t r '' $,':r
sleigh drawn by mythical .
as well as fareftil economy in the # ,4
reindeer. But there Is naught
that it is necded.f
that is mythical about the YEARS OF FUN measure

spirit of Chrlltroaa'that -.,.,' -
transforms: the commonplace. "" i< > w

That Christmas of 1945 may with
be for you the happiest irfehiui? an DEWITT C. JONES a
Christmas of all is our sincere AMBULANCE! SERVICE l?

wish. 1 4 EVINRUDEGIFT : Funeral Director; r 1't't'


CERTIFICATE Our local funeral home enables us to ,

0 offer conveniences and services; not '
1 1ewaeus. 0 otherwise available 1

NAT SEZ: Measured by' the of We furnish the highest type service! at the lowest prices an4
span '
'HARK THE HERALD accept ANY life insurance policy \in force: issued by"ANY'' company -
"t Judging from the amount off it has been long long
: yean a
as payment In part or in ,ftl) I rain we've had lately, Santo Claus time since that first',Chrietmas ANGELS SING'Once 'carries no obligation. 1 f .4* '

might have to come tn< a"Crow have f 1 r 4
but been
rw night it"might
t I > more we ouemble in I.I I. N
boat Instead of a sled this year. Give the(/th, celebrate I 1
but yesterday when we mesa happy to
Oh well, Just so he gets here, wecan't withtthral
the ClQ8-<>ld tradition of Chrtetmat. -
HOW. I'm ure the spirit of kindness which . .lb.altRtbat
be too particular Short the ,
never ceuee hough days 1
afraid, though, that a lot of young Christmastime releases. b. hrllllnf.
lonq though the nights the)
ladies who wrote the old boy askIng Evluwle Gift
Christmas means happiness, glowing background of Christ
for nylon hose are going to CmlBrate aye "hta Learn to Fly
be disappointed!1r 1r and Christmas happiness is to ahead . summer inas make* all hearts light. .

be shared. We want to share after summer of hippy Recalling now the happy
recreation". Call
our 1945 Christmas happiness onusw.'Itbnhappy relatlonehlpe of 1945 w. wish ?r ,

with to arrange an you the) cholceel bleislngt this PAY AS YOU LEARN 1 0; rti
Evlnrude Gift Car* holy season can bestow
ciliate for early sea.
vr eon daunt of any
model you .....ecc.:

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Starke, Fla. "'1 I" "

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ON EARTH ,. p a JoyousCliristmas*
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Santa Claus would never get
down the chimney with our

load of good wishes for a Of far greater value .

to C/vert/bovy Merry Christmas to the than the most precious HOT POINT & GIBSON

The prevailing spirit of goodwill 1 people of this community jewel or the most Costly -

embraces us ell during because he lust couldn't gift is happiness mnd LINE OF n

Joyous season. We, too, through. peace of spirit. Couldwe iq

Because we ore proud to number you amongour ; want to extend our hearty to you good personally squeeze You've been mighty goodto this wish Christmas more for Mason you ELECTRIC APPLIANCES '.1

friends we. send you these Christmas wishes for en exceptionally us and we appreciate It than its attainment? "
beyond words. We want you ,
Greetings. May this Christmas bring added .to enjoy Christmas this season For your fine cooperation

Pleasures of true health and happiness to MERRYCHRISTMAS of 1945 as never before. and loyaltyto '

-- in 1943 have RECEIVED
us you
every onE! of,you. our lasting gratitud Large Shipment of Radio Batteries S

May the coming New Year bring you every . a . IIUY VICTORY BONDS ,Z

tappiness, and the fullness of success rewardYour 0 0

) efforts in all your undertakings.Sternbergs. "" City Barber


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- . . . . . . Shuford and Otis and Xna Forsythwere hour wil be the Rev. ,Robert :M.
In Starke Friday night. Homlston. Chaplain from Camp "

LAWTEYBy Paul Dinklna, Jr., of the Navyis Blanding. He will speak on the
home to spend the holidays subject "Battles or Babies." Everyone
Mrs. Maml Crew) invited to all services I
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.P. is cordially
. . It . . . L. Dinkins. and servicemen are especially -
': '
Well, alter so long: a time with- Herbert Wilkerson spent Friday invited.

, out one, we at last have a laundry night with H. C. Crews.

fL' doing dry cleaning and prep Mrs. Louise Appleby and children _
, -4
, { sing, in Lawtey and we are very of Jacksonville Beach andJ. FOR RENTAP f
I LIfl i6kil It l E. Warren, also of Jacksonville,
19 proud of It.
i I Ii .. were week-end guests of Mrs. J. ARTlIENTSOR r
,+ Neal Elder Is back from service
;i,' r E. Warren and son, Marvin.
!- He Is a former resident of Mrs. Mamie Futch and son -
}>'',<:' Lawtey and la visiting friends Floyd spent! the week-end In Jack- HEAT r
' here now. He expects to move his sonville visiting Mrs. Futch's AND HOT WATER
I"i V oft family here soon. daughter Miss Sarah Harvey.
" Neal Elder and Otis Forsythwere Rate + '
Day or Weekly
Mrs. Jim Moore and Mrs. Evelyn
i \' shopping In Jacksonville Sat-
," i Sasser are both on the sick list
',I'f this week. urday.Mr.. CARL JOHNS To each of us the word Christinassummons
I and Mrs. F. R. Carradlne
t f' :. i -When Snow Lies Softly Neal Elder, Elma Crews, Esther: and Mr. and Mrs. Cullln. McSwaln City Hall many happy memories. To
; 'and twin'sona, Donnie and Ronnie some it recalls a ride.over the frozen
t on'the Hill were recent guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Ab Bellott. countryside to grandma's sltigh-
1 Mrs. Joe Forsyth and sons bells tinkling all the while.
,, -' .. Now, when the fir trees wear i'S Leaston and Vernon were in I I othersit
ih' 1i white collars, when the birds r 111", Lake Butler Friday visiting T. F. recalls happy reunions in mirth-
.Ii Forsyth. Ailed living
rooms banquets
gay and
L make tiny stitches in the snow Miss Ina Forsyth was visitingBill
Prevatt In a Camp Blanding glowing; Christmas trees. But to all
and towards
; our footprints hurry
Hospital Sunday afternoon. r e {t recalls days of charm and endea"
the warmth of home and the -
J j IN MEMOKICM ment, the happiest i days of our I Ikvs.
companionship of loved ones,it's For Our Son, Ronald L. Clemon May you know this happiness in

I time to wish all our friends the M I can not say-and I will not say V all its fullness one again dear
That he is dead-he I la Just away-
fullest of the Christmas
joys this
I i + qEET'\\ With"a cheery smile and a wave friends Christmas season of
) t ir' season. So, hello everybody . of the, hand 1945.ROY'S.
cct&QLTime &
and Merry Christmas! --- -1945 He has land.wandered into an unknown ; .

''J qr1; And left us dreaming how very *

He needs must since he ling
1 As the Shadows
ers there.
'. d GREEN'S STORE fall on the close of another And you-oh you-who the wild To Rang Up RESTAURANTMR.
r+p I year, we desireto For the old-time step and the glad Your Stocking
express our deep return. .,==

.' appreciation of your Think of him faring as dear One of the biggest

it good will and friendship In the love of there, the love of items in your Christmas
1 l here
x and to wish for Think of him still as the same, I stocking this Yule season

during the Christmas say- of 1945 will be our note
He is not dead-he Is Just away. w
season of 1945 all of thanks to you and our
(Signed) His parents, Mr. and wish for the biggest,
the better things that
a Mrs. R. L ,Clemens f
'I1 4 a, life affords.Bradford. merriest, happiest Christ f ,

Christian ChurchThe mas you have:! ever had.Starke .

Christmas program at the
HOLIDAY Christian Church was held Thurs
day night and regular services s
SEASON will be held Sunday. Bible f
K' n Photo School will meet at 1000; a. m. 1 1t945

with morning worship at 11:00a. : SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS] '9
Shop m. The Young People's meet.
ing is at 7:00: p. m, with evening Beauty
worship at 7:30: p. m.
I! Next To Western Union The pastor, the Rev. W. G. Shop I .
Smedley will speak on the Christmas I OUR FOREFATHERS
Story at the morning service.
Guest speaker for the I celebrated Christmas sometimes under the
u .+ M I THE QUEST, OF HAPPINESS' greatest of difficulties> to say nothing of

danger: Today, In warm, lighted homes we
$ .' has ever been the ultimate goal of human beings.- "ht ?ink' f v '" welcome the arrival of Yuletide, without

Some find happiness in one way; some in another; 'thought, of those early hardships. It might

; g and many never find It at all. Whatever read you !'" ., > ,,) make our Christmas a little happier, our
; I J4Y'have ., ... V hearts a little more thankful, to take thoughtof
been taking in your pursuit happiness
these things.
; may your fondest hopes be realized during this
Sfl i : of T94T. lit fto rvr.B*spirit of tkli glorloot MOW
4 E err, > Christmas season .' "..'. we MW wish .ocfe mud .v.ry ._ o* yMffe
n t I, i One other thought: we want every one of you toT ,Ii'" rf_p fy wWcfe .nfy e.I...... a.Mt. .

know that we deeply appreciate everything you have

+ lre 6 done. for us during the part year. \,

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K. G. DUNCAN, Agent
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Unselfish interest in others is the key '

.. ;:" "j--,: W. are quite ',old-fashioned over
:'. note of happiness at Christmastime. View? Year ;- enough to
/ ;" ,, here-old-fashIoned
': May each gift you receive breathe love .. 1 'I":''tl know that to merit the confidence

,, and devotion and bind the ties of home of the entire community everytransaction
.. "J\'I."V' we moke'must rest

; and friendship ,more securely. 1'. ,': .. : upon the solid foundation of full
From a firm that hos enjoyed serving you In the .
Pt! As for ourselves,we desire to express ". ,{:; \ value given.
and which is desirous of continuing the
r post
.,;; I', May flood pld-fctshloned
our appreciation for loyalty to us in ; I"
7 your pleasant associations of our friends In the future. ", '... mas cheer brighten for you the
i 1945,and wish you a Merry Christmas. .:'. .,r (''.',. .; : <. ,' > ': 'hours of this glorious Yuletid:

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Brlnson's at I II {
Tonight I am I mas to alL Merry Christmas." . . . . . . 1
so happy and thankful. It willsoon Johnny Mae Wilkinson oreaux, Arthur Rhoden Mr. and'I' and Mr. and Mrs Herbert Parrlah. _INn NOTICE) TO APPEAR w

lay Hill be Christmas! One of my Leonard Strickland were and married Sgt HamptonBy Mrs. George Rahme and Miss were shopping In Lake City PATE.IIoUch! OF 5t FLORIDA Michael Franollch.tot John y

smallest last Saturday. Shirley Dennison Thursday Vlllace of 8..lo Nenadlch. Poata
primary Strickland "
Burps girls, says, "I'll is Po.t Office of) Mallnnka, I land of '
L.ura the Mrs. Llnnie Seely was the week Mrs. Jessie Lazenby and sons ,
EI be daughter of Rev. C. Wilkinson Mrs. M. (). Kok Country of Yuiro Blavla.
glad when Sweeney : '
. . . . ,' Christmas comes, of MAxville. end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Carl are home for a throe weeks va You are required to appear on '.1.. .
MYmay' won't you?" I caught the true Sgt Strickland has . . . . . . Wynn In East Starke. cation from school. They will return January JI, !/<', In the above 4 .
OVER been '
11 REJOICE Christmas spirit and I felt like overseas for several years. na", .d Court ana eauee, wherein ,
MMUMTY CHKISTMAS to Westconnett on Jan I,
We plaintiff seeks divorce and
r A BABY DIES 6t.IS laughing, running and shouting, wish them luck. TREE . . . . . . Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hodge and control of minor child.cuxtodrand Brad b\"
WEDDING. "Merry Christmas Christmas The Infant daughter of Will ford County Telegraph ahall pub-
rt Is The
Community attended church In
Tree, llh thl. Order In next four week
the sweet story coming." The forest echoes backa Padgett died of pneumonia Thursday sponsored by the Baptist, Methodist New RiverBy Brooker Sunday.Mr. ly I......, ;"
tlng out, "Merry Christmas and was burled Friday. The Wltneca my hand and official .
and all the
and Christian Mrs. Ernie Southerlandand .
Churches, will ,
'Us morn. sal at Htarke Florida, thl. December
10, /
lot for world la glad. Besides I have an sympathy of the community is he The School It .&4&, .'a;
held of
In the school auditoriumon family Union County and "
Christ of Glory, Invitation with them. . . . . . . (OFFICIAL, NtcALA.. J. TUoma, ti'' j
!)e Is barn.". spend Christmas at Christmas Eve, Monday, Dec. Mr. and Mrs Jim McCullough and An Clerk of aald Court. .hI;
babe the Brlnson's and I am sitting on Richard Mosley has returned 240 at 7 p. m. Regular church services were family of Sampson City were T. Frank Landrum, tttarke, Florida ,
X spent top of the world. I keep from overseas He In Arty for I'lf. 1t.t/ 4t 1-. ,).
e&I't Is full of soffit singingand was Europe An appropriate program wll be held Sunday morning and evening visiting Mr and Mrs Lester Mc
) -end as the of the my heart says, "Merry for a couple of years. rendered by the children' and at the New River Baptist Church Cullough and children Sunday iN CIRCUIT corirr. niiAnronnCOt'.NTV. 1

... Our school program will be given young people before Santa Claus with the Rev. Parrlah of Mrs. G. }i. Patterson of Lake FLOHIUAl CHAN. i
--- ----..,_.. .... ______ Truby CKHT,
Thursday night and school will arrives to distribute the gifts. Santa Fe. City spent' Thursday afternoonwith Rleanor Denton Holland PlaIntiff I,

be out for the holidays at noon Mr and Mrs. Wilbert Mann and Mrs M. L. Johns and Mrs VII Linwood A. Holland. Defendant. .
SAVINGS Friday. lOSSIOSWYsocn."TY daughter, Marian Kay of Ocala C. P. Cowen. OF PUBLICATION l\
at . Joenell Wilkinson, daughter of Mrs M L. Watterson were visiting Mr. and Mrs II. I* Mr. and Mrs Wlllard Wynn and 8TATB AND -NOTICK OF FLOHIDA TO APPEAR to Linwood i't,
Jack Wilkinson, is home from entertained Johns Sunday afternoon. baby of Starke and Mrs. Mary A. Holland, whose riMtldenoeIn 'f)'
Tallahassee the Baptist Missionary Society Oscar Gibson has returned from Thomas of Johnstown were visit 4111 South Main Street Suffolk, s .
College for the holi I 'I 6 .I
[Druckers Jewelers days. She will graduate In the last Thursday afternoon. After DeLand after a visit with his ing Mr. and Mrs B. F. Renfroe Virginia.You are required to appear on ,, 1
the devotionals, an exchange of b1'other Sunday afternoon, December 31, 146, In the above "" '1,1
Spring. Her brother, Marlon, is I I and slater, Mr. and and wherein .
lifts was made and delicious Mr. named Court came }
re- Mrs.
and A. C. Bryant and .
In Japan and has been for some Mrs. Meadows Anderson. plaintiff iK-rku divorce and rentor- A' k:.
101' WEST CALL STREET time. reshments of ambrosia, fruitcake Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Priest of children of Jacksonville were Ion of Maiden Name Bradford "
: and coffee County Telpa-raph shall publish thlaOr'lor 1j?
were served by 'I visiting Mr. and Mrs Melton
I High Springs were visiting Mr. In next four weekly Inane '. :
"" "!mi''im"l"mM"lutK' m' George Kllllngsworth has workin the hostess.
miii' Kerce and after hand and officialnal '1
MllUluiii) and Mrs. Clayton Priest Sunday.We family Friday Wltnena my
Lucite DRESSER SETS Miami and has gone there to Mrs W. A, Scott of Starke, noon. ivt Htarke' Florida, thle NovemfOFFICIAti'SBAL '' '
Genuine continue to hope that Mr. : hrr 2t.! 1945.
live. His
sister, Alice, is married wife of the pastor attended the Pi lest will soon be and well Friends and relatives of Frank ,) A J. Thomas, ''j. 1\;
Were 18.50 to 28.50 and lives there, too. They are meeting and a most enjoyable up I L. Tomlinson will be Interestedto A a Clerk of said Court.It. :f
again. I II.unc..n.\ lit? Lynch llldaJacksonville .
the son and daughter of Rev. J. time was had know that he has volunteered Plf. '1
Now 9.95 to 15.00 L. Floyd Wiggins and Tthan Sapp I Mla Atly. tor ;
for the for 1 1-2 and 11.60t 1S-M ,
army Ii
JAMKS EUGENE lULL mado a buslneas trip to Jacksonville years a
-- ---- Mrs. Wimberley and Beth and Is now stationed at Ft Bennlng,
ANTI-MAGNETIC Mr. and bits Eugene W. Hall of Monday. ,
JEWEL, sister Boots at Rev. '
were Strlckland's '
Mr and Mrs. Carl Nettles and
Starke Ga.Our
announce the birth of
Sunday afternoon and cuta a .school Invites RADIOS
WATCHES son on Thursday, December 6. son Elbert were visiting Mr, and you
Christmas tree. They used to Mrs D. to attend our Christmas program J) ::1
The baby has been J Nettles of Midway REPAIRED I IF
Were $65 Now $39.75 have the store at Highland. named James Sunday Friday night, Dec. 21 at 7:30 p. m. ,,
Eugene Mrs. Hall Is the former .
Mrs. Charley Johns visited Gertrude Tomlinson Rev. Truby Parrlsh and childrenof The three main scenes will be F f "+ IVi
and Mr. Halls
:' f '
by Wadsworth her mother, Mrs T. A. Brinson formerly of Santa Fe were dinner guests "The M e s. a g e Of The Star", PROMPT SERVICEDAHMER'S .
Fine Compacts Saturday afternoon. Her slater, Hampton. of Mr; and bits Reddish Andrews' "Lemme See Your Tongue", ..- V. ,i
With Cigarette Case to Match Huldah, returned home with her SCHOOL PIJOGK.WI Sunday i (blnckface comedy) and "The I \

to spend the week-end. Don't forget the children's pro- Friends and relatives of Demp- Holy Nativity." ..fl". .$ r'1i I i
$5 to $15 gram at the sdhool this will! be know GIFT SHOP ', '" ,'!
The roads out to the highway Friday sey Sapp glad to IN: CIlU..T rortiT. nHAUFoim \ during the rain were almost Im morning, as they will try to do that he has a discharge from the t-Ol'MTY. KLOIIIUAl It: MAN* "' 10, .
PEARLS 1 2 and 3 Strand passable. their best for their parents. Also navy. At this writing he and his Anna, ('1<:11"I
Fred Lang butchered Monday remember' the time and place for wife are at the home of Mr. and tollcti, efendant. Cane:: No. 110 EAST CALL ST. @ '' Tte I+ ('
$5 to $25We the Christmas Tree--School auditorium Mrs. E. A. Sapp. '
While lard is fresh It fries delicious Rnrelt OF PUBLICATION : w '
doughnuts. Here is a good Christmas Eve at 7 o' Mr. and Mrs Guy Andrews and I, s'i? ; "'

Carry A Full Line of Ladies' and Men's recipe made with sour milk. clock. "Have a gift for each childon children spent last week with their To TreatBronchitis r' '!t'';\ '
Makes about 4 dozen. 2 cups sug the tree"-and may each of parents Mr. and Mrs. G. W. An Be Quick "

BIRTHSTONE RINGSIn ar, 4 eggs, 4 tablespoonfuls oleo, us have the true spirit of Christmas I drews and are spending this week ,!.i 'II'il'.
and have a very one visiting friends In Mississippi. I
1 1-2 milk 2
cups sour teaspoonfuls 1t
Solid Gold from $7.50 upLadies' soda. 2 teaspoons salt, 2 by> realizing that it Is always more Mr and Mrs. Carl Nettles were e'l '
blessed to give than to receive. visiting Dr. Shaffer again In Jack- ;" \
teaspoonfuls b a k ing powder, 1 4(
Honvlllo Chronic bronchitis may develop If .fI",: 1i'
Watches from $15 teaspoon nutmeg, flour about 6 Mr. and Mrs, Woodrow W. and Mrs. M. L. Johns and :your cough chest cold,or acute bron ) ,
cups, to make a dough. Beat eggs Hicks chitis Is not treated and you cannot
arrived home
Thursday children and Gene Andrews with anymedl- .
wt'I'eSundoy afford to takeachance iif: i
slightly, add sugar and melted from Portsmouth., where Mr. cine less potent than Creomulslpn ,
JEWEL HARMAN of :Mr. and
17- dinner guests
oleo sift dry Ingredients and add Hicks received his dlxcharge from which !tOes right to the scat of tha 'k'ii; .jJl
Mrs. ,
L L. R fro and "
e n m. \
e non S' '
42.50fVRRYl alternately with sour milk. Chill the U. S. Marines after seeingwar trouble to help loosen and.expel germ M .\ Jf
Watches - - - Samuel to
onagraph 'dough. Roll to 1-2 inch thickness, duty for the past three years Troy Dukes, Pot Yarbrough andA. soothe laden and phlegm heat raw and,tenderlnftamed aid nature :,.", f....>>
cut and fry. Drain on brown in the Pacific. :Mrs Hicks had bronchial mucous membranes 'f"k 1)1", "
Johns In Lake
were City '
{We Still Have A Few Waterman paper spent about five weeks In Virginia Thursday Creomulalon blends beechwood other 1 G' "I'iI'f:akl\.:/\'
Pen and Pencil Sets Left May you all have a Merry with her husband since his returnto Mr. and Mrs C. E. Andrews, time creosote tested special medicines process for coughs. ', ;' .',

Christmas and God bless every the states Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Dukes andMr. It contains no narcotics. l J h,F.!

one. It you listen closely on Miss Ruth Sibley of Theressa and Mrs. E. L,, Kelly were No matter how tell many medicinesyou to ,. .'.,"',11"t,:-r"r'J1rRh.., 'ij''
TEDDY BEARS, DOLLS, DOGS Christmas Eve with me-you can spent the week-end as the guestof shopping In Gainesville Friday.Mr. have tried, of your druggUit with ,
sell you a bottle CreomuUlpn '" ; ;\
Were $3 to $14.95 Now $1.00 to $7.50 hear the angels singing, "Peaceon Miss Martha Home. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp were the understanding you must like tho >\i\\i1.I,
Earth, good will toward men." The Rev. Fred S. Dodd of Mid- shopping In Jacksonville Thursdayof way it quickly seep cough,per- ,' ,!

GIVE A GRUEN THIS CHRISTMAS; Merry Christmas Lura. lakes was the Sunday guest of last week have milting your rest money and back., or( are to ALL.. COLORS jg

Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. May, Mr and Mrs. C. E. Andrews 'tf1t! "- f/;
Save Up To 50% By Shopping AtDKUCKER'S . . . . . . -. Fred Elland of the Merchant -- ."' .- ,Hundred of Patterns IJ,\:Jo" ":,.";lt'II4 1 11.0'Q

CHRISTMAS i Marines arrived Sunday to spend .
THIS TheressaIJy the holidays with his wife and to ?.OO r ,;tt

family.M. l ,
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{Watch{ & Jewelry Repairing Irene Cochrane L. Watterson and son Fred IN THE SOUTHEASTMore .. -- ,\ 1Iti {
I . . . . . . erick, Spent Saturday in Jackson people drink Atlantic Ale and Deer than any ocher 'I.'

Miss Ruth Slbley spent the ville. It must be.,. Sport : l$
Mrs G. P. Wadsworth spent i r
week-end with Miss Martha Horne
several days this week !In Plant
In Hampton. City vUltlng relatives. ss amof

Miss Inez Neel of Crystal Lake Miss Barbara Horne has arrived F !/ :; )JlI'I

+ was visiting Irene Cochrane Mon- home from Tallahassee to spend .

day night. her Christmas vacation with her j :,, ,
Mrs. E. S. Sibley and Grace parents, Dir and Mrs. J. W Horne r ;

Dickinson were shopping In Olin Hicks of Jacksonville Is '

Gainesville Saturday. spending several days with his '"
G 0v / ,
Mrs. A H. Kelsey and Mrs. J. brother, W. W. Hicks. /! 0"if"
C. Cochrane were shopping In Christmas shoppers to Gainesville n ) :i i\\

Hampton Saturday this week 'Include Mr and TIeAN IC, : / ':

Miss Ida Hagan and Henry Mrs. Leland Bedenbaugh and Mrs.K. + : i{;:
Hardy were In Starke on business B. Watterson, Mrs. C. L. May, ALEr4MD EER ; ( ::1:i

Thursday.Mr. Mrs. Jeff Perry, Mr. and Mrs. -... _--- ,. ..,, IA ('t :,!I Itt ,
FOR A VERY MERRY CHRISTMASFOR and Mrs. Leon Tomlinson Archie Elland, Mrs. Luther Wat. : ; \\J ..
terson and daughter Harvene At4NN,..CMeaa c.-rti hN,arr. J
and daughter, Wanda, and Mr Mrs. ,
I \
and Mrs. G. W. Ezell were visiting J. F, Johnson, Mrs Gilbert Lam- I' "
tt ttrya '.7'
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M
;: .,
Hersey.Mr. The 'k
and Mrs. M. M. Castleberry: f ':i

Stuffed Toys are spending the holidays with! All SIzeR ;f I, ,/'

their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C 1.65 ;; Y:
Guns Cochrane and family. _. \
The friends of Cleveland Sullivan BEAUTIFUL GIFTS AT GIVE-AWAY PRICES . :' '
- -- --
Dolls & Cradles : #r
him able to { i+
are glad to see #
Wagons drive the school bus again. Large Variety of Vanity Sets Always DESIRABLE swEA ; : !' '-

Henry Hardy and Mr Duke ;)
Rattles Attractive Manicure Kits ; %,i
from Lake Butler have boughtout

Dresses the store known as Mr Dan Large Asst. Stuffed Animals fin : 'it

Moore's place and are operating ;
.Robes & Booties a grocery store. All ladles are 0 Leather Goods ,! I
: :
Shirts & Sweaters invited to buy his groceries. Men's Travelling Cases f ; \ ;"11
The community Christmas tree ,

will be held at the Christian Compacts and Jewelry 1891"f"\' : !,''
fOR Church night, Dec. 21 }
TilE LADIES Friday : :! .
Local talent will present a pity, '
.., : ;
The Gift Supreme MONOGRAMMED
Dresses , I : ; :
,' -r" ,. CARD QF, THANKS '- .\,
Hosiery ; ''j 1 Y-O-U-R ; ,
, ,1-' We want to thank our many; LARGEST

> Lingerie ..:' J//1 t",; '\H", ;,. friends and relatives for their I ASSORTMENT OP / .:

Linens "',;I', J e ky" .. kindness, sympathy and floral offerings -. PHOTOGRAPH :
through the sickness and 1

Jewelry .;,,,.' '. death of our darling son, Ronnie, XMAS CARDS !,, ; : ";'

; \..: : who passed away, Nov. 11. 4 The Gilt That No In Town .l, .
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Clemons), .. !:
fOR THE MEN "''\ '" r one Else Can Give ;; t :: .,.t.

Ties '" Let Us Do Your 1 Always Greatly Appreciated 7' ALL / \ ; ,;t

Belts s by Your f/L! vr ..--:. :f I 'f'
'"e : '
Ones '
Billfolds. Loved 'tom 'FAN --.- '
e I
-- -- : ; ;
Shaving.Kits NECESSARY '

All Gifts : \\i:

../ .. ALL 1


Made from Your Own MEN'S[ ,;:

COOKIES PIES Snap Shots Ready To Mail -_ --- \ ;\

J. M.
Beautifully Decorated ALSO NAME IMPRINTED In Gold Letters ; '

Birthday Cakes ,,:; ; ,

Formerly Gislaln's Our Specialty Camera & Gift Shop ,

153 West Call Street LAPPE BAKERY Hollywood << UA };ST. '

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,) -" KIOIIT '_ Ea 21. Ih I
1 --

.h ,p R., J. Gowns. was shopping In

'j' ; feckaonvllle Monday. C'LASSIFIED ADS

Ulna\ Erin Poythreaa of F8CW In

; ,', Tallahassee spent from Sunday winter coat. OAK wooDny length. 120 per
? \ FOR SAI.R-A & I) buttery pack FOR SALE-Ladles!:
'''':; :, 7 through Wednesday with her sla for radio on sale at Vahmer'> Oood condition. May be Keen at .cord, Fla writ. F. UNell.11-30 PutnamHall. 4tp
\ '. tier Miss Sara Poythress.! before Rift Bhoppo It I Edward Service Station. Itp I
going on to her home in Mac- WANTED Strawberry ana truck
FOR SALIC-Nlcn portable record. FOR HALFcylinder Herenlea farmer. Will .nhare-crop or rent.
y } denny for the holidays. player with reoonln. Btrfanclllttrocery . power unit l'om1I.t. on heavy 20! acre land, 4fe miles north of
Mike Marucu'H, steel frnme, prnctlcnllv operated plant,'
formerly rewtd' Btarke. new I.roum house
4 Mrs. B. A, Pope Jr., of Nor : ,
301 Tenth HI., Starke. Up only a few ereil. .lights, tool & horse fur-
1 folk Va., came Thursday of laat for sow. mill or light purposes nlMhwd. S.e. M. It. Judd, corner
I Nee It R. Tucker or Tltu Olllon.> Kt.., Ktnrke.Fla. ..
le week to spend the holidays with FOR KAL.R S-burner Qulrkmeal Itp Lafayette & Adams 12-1 4t
stove with oven Used only B
t , hr parents, Judge and Mrs. A Z. ,
,, / month)*. Cheap for ca.h Mm
1 r + Ff Adklna.Mr. Elsie Bradley lite I I. I'ox 23%. Itp FOR BAI.K-FHA house, completely, WANTED-Two !good finish ear-
I furnldhed. on lot 60x210 III Rood pentvrs. O. W. Frlnttle, P. O Dox
and Mrs. Printeaa Morgan FOR T-Heautlfu11y! furnl h.. I ,i 4 rooms and bath. 728. Itp M W'R
;'housek+ 814 N. Church St. Itp MATTRESSES of all kinds reno-
GIRL WANTED vated; furniture upholstered and
C tn-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. FOR RENT! '-r'tm apartment, reflnlehed Drop u. a card. f
a} I I bath and iirreened porrh.-40J: N. FOR WORK HASTINGS! :MATTRESS: CO., L"ox
n ; Edward Burn
I Walnut. THEATRE 230, Palatka. Fla. tf
t Ming Nina Bishop came Tuesday AT PARK

," ?' t; to- spend the holidays with her LOST Apply to Manager FOR above RENT II-Upstair C. Wall* office InsuranceAirenry. space

1 ? parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. A Imnaecl..t4'lyHpUSE See Mrs Carrie Hitch i iE22 I
; Bishop, Sr. She Is a student at Bay .horse with small blaze In N. Cherry tit: 12.14 2tp
{ face, scar on left leg, whitescar
Weslayan College. in Macon, Ga. I..UNCII-1'
ahd on left flank, 8 years old, FOR SALEFive SPECIAL -NOON! DAY "''' ''- : ....... _. -
1 + 1 Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley meat, two fresh. vegetables and _._ .1 __ I:1 .IJ\nJLtJ i
.';f 'I ;, i, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid will spend the weight. 1200 pound. rooms and bath, tlownl- drink-63:; cents at Avery Inn. tt
,( Christmas holidays with their par- Notify in nun porch. Completely fur- N Built to Last
; 14-weeka old.
If t q , i nts, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden Chas. II. Harper, Rt. 2. iil""hrxl with all modern con- from lllce Leghorn Farm. Price K
in Tampa. Box 481, StarkeHarper's veniences. Ga, electric automatic COc. Overstocked Mr.. Wm. F.
1 i Cone nt.. 2, City Limits. 12 T :tip
Lloyd II. Lewis will arrive Garage, hot water heater and K

Yj ;E today to spend the holidays Kingsley Lake gas heating 1110\..... Located In STRAYED-Red white-faced heifer -, I
wills Mrs. Lewis who came last heart of town at 338 W. Cull 3 yrn. old strayed or stolen.
f. Crop split upper and under bit
;++' week, and her relatives here. He St. Inquire Jack Frledler, Rog- In one eRr under square other. J if 0
f .Is stationed at Ft. Lewis Wash FARM for SALE er's Jewelers 130 E. Call St. bert Branded Britt KH Lake If found Geneva.notify 12-7 El-4tp d

(ington. William Sapp's farm, located MISPLACED-Deed and abstract.
J ' .4. r Mr. and Mrs. Woodfin untie 10 miles N W of to property In name of .Annie L. LAST MINUTE BARGAINS IN OUR TOY .DCPT. I 30InchVheell.nrrow
If found please returnto
sport las week-end with friends MutohliiK' 30 ROOMSCABINS
1 Starke, Fla. 240 acres, good Mrs. HutchlnitB, Alvarez Store \
ai Jacksonville.
a 41 ( m house and barns. Good It
.' Jack Halle of Miami will come ANDKITCHENETTES
land fertile suitablefor $ Baby Zooka Guns - - 1.89 1.98
Saturday to spend the holidays fence, FOR SALE-Olrl'a bicycle 120 N. <<
farming or Cherry St., or see. Mm. Anderson Bright red and blue
M with his parents, Mr. and .Mrs. general at Pont office from 8 tit 6. It decal design 1I1t1t
F o:
1 W. O. Halle Sr. vegetables. Electric lights, FOR HAI.K-8 ft. Kerosene ServclClertrolux ff Tennis Balls, 3 for - - 1.39 & a trl'q\dot
91i Gas Cooking
x'd Refrigerator. Can be Gas Heat *
Mrs. S.. P. Vandlvler and son running water. .
F. F.
converted to use nun. '
7 i w IMtner of St. Petersburg will come W. E. SAPPRt. Flume Itp LightsCompletely Walking Dogs . 1.39 :

2 ,, )r, ; Saturday to spend the week-end 2 Box 113-1 ,
FOR SALE One larva Furnished
'' with Mm G. W. Alderman.W.C.T.U.. Starke, Fla. circulating heater. Apply 214 ;1 Dump Trucks - - - 3.98 R7dstlludI "
Thompson St., D. O. Kelly. Itp JI T&\

.'== BUY YOUR WOOD-from Kelly's. nook A Room Ahead Ji Steam Shovels ,- - . 3.79 I ,
i>r "IIIC"'IT coi IIT, iin. i>Kom) where. you can depend on fretting, For Wife Or Parents.LARRY'S -'"; y
Y s r 1 ('OI'\I'I'\'': ", FI.OIIIII IN in ANt It Oak or pine,..any lenKt-h. 2UThornp.on << 1..19
'KHY.Pallia: Blocks 1.69
RL. Itp
Building - - -
Margaret flhrout, rlarnurr.v. A cheery whistle tell)wteo
*. Melvin Moore Shrout, Defendant PLACE the water's boiling 3nt.Individual .
white Leghorn
l FOR SALK-100 AAA <<
Cane No. 4262nrU'HU pullets now laying II. T. ft Tic Toe Boats - - - .98
Dennett, Lawtey. lip 1000 Feet From B Gate -Q

lu Moor.. Hhrout OF KIX5RIDA whuue residence to: Melvin IH: Lla4'' kOLK'FARM. CITY AND KINGSLEY LAKE ft Rocking Chairs - - - 9.89 <<
N I ; 910 N. t'ullurd 8t Arlington Vlr- BUSINESS PROPERTY . WOMAN WANTED Good CASSEROLES:: 35e
1 MAN OR -
Rlnla You are requited to appear on nearby RawlolRh Route now open. Checker Boards - - . .98 << !!!J A eetoU hi
t Jnnunry 21, 194A In the above named .a 1.STROUr ." If wlllInK to conduct Home Service ( different colon
Bethlehem BabeS buKliiexa while earning good
a wherein plaintiff .
Court cause makes lovelj
i write Immediately. -
seeks divorce A custody of gE1..I RtOAL living
FAL-223-45, Memphis Telephones - - - - << gift!
# ? minor rhlltl Bradford County Telegraph J LaTATIOndvertl.crbr: Dept t _

And Why four shall weekly publish lnttueH thin. Order In Gr.. ,,'..' ......n- Tenn. Itp . ... -- ....- -- -- -.... -- -.... ......... --. -...... -
S next Has mail over'I.OOO #. ... .
official fry propertT. with 'rioIf; \; oI' \; oI'
Witness I my hand and FOR SALE- Record player
HE Came enl at 'ark.., Florida thin December t ante of Ilome.Ferm.terea.le. records. Also few other things
nurr'i from all over the Little/ Won/1 On
19. 'I94JOFFICIAL Mr. Hornbuckle, 2 miles from : Frwy Soy
)J Safe For
( SEAL) A J. Thomas World. Free open Meting.E. : starke, red house on right of Plush ( Baby
:; And KeepCHRIST A* Clerk of said Court.. STROUT REALTY AGENCY highway 48. Itp
Chaa. It. flees. 204-05 llealty nidar.JnckHonvllle I'I
Fla, Atty. for Vlt Represented Locally Hy FOR RENT! -Two room furnished I .w Scotty
12-M 4t t.11NOTt"l F. O. IIOLLINGSWORTH apartment with private bath. To l} d
r- rl ;t > 118 So. Walnut St. couple with no pets' or children.F 2.98 Ql
OF API lirTION FOR A. Scott across from USO. Itp Soft,
Kll Il.l'IIAlIGF3TO >> silky
; I In WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN: .bt1 l} )r. ;.p plush with a
Take Notice that I have filed my 3-bedroom'bouse ; ''i '' big ribbon bow.
will in 1
$1,250.00 buy equity ,
b petition for final discharge and my 151n.lonc.parehe "iJ
: CHRISTMAS final report aa, executor of the built 1913. Oak floors, spacious living room, 1t l}
y estate of VIda V MorK'anGee..R.ed: GUN ANDBOISl'EI'SET
( and that on January 21/, 1946. at high desirable lot, asbestos shingle construc-:: J (\ WashableAniiitnls

St"a the 10:00 A.County M. o'clock Judge of will Bradford apply to tion. Balance. on long term mortgage $28.64per 1 l} Sac d 1.00They're

The, County, Florida, for approval of month. 1.49 Ton for alll.811/8 .
I mild final and for final des. J1 J soft, cnldlr: ulso
report }
Leather holster a gun }
Union C. J. Carter Box 633. Starke or The color !
c 1 Laura Scott clmrir. a* auch 18th' ,tr45.; ( "'*. belt ant shoulder strap.8eaUstic' . : easy to keep clean'Tiny
Thin December
Call Street Starke Florida.
Stag love them I
= Uary ISnnln, Executor : plastic gun.f ,.. 0
12-S1 4t 1-11

I ..e, ', >S f l, ,,)I$ (-') !i'Jettl\! !( >Zi ( <\It, ff( )Yt.rr.( ) ', t\ Full of Thing To Do 1 Cots As Can B. << Service For FavtFQ

r h A ? I'J'\ ,,; ;! 'III"
llll., 2.98I ,

.J 'e{ :\ W w J \ {{

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,yf p ,1 I .(J'I a r, Vl, K

' .J 5- Tick Tock Box J Gr Chlld'N 30-PIM(
; ,
1 4(
& Vii ,( ht ,; ( 1 ) .2" Hooka 1.00 #1I Train Tea Set 1.98

"' &r \1, -J k \ whole box fall of book I A sturdy: wood train, four ft partyl For their Bright own shiny little plansComplete tel

f d .1, Why We Urge. You To Give Clothes to color, for tracing and feet long. Metal couplers, even 'III.*

.Pi \.A.- ) !f:} d Q many things to do. '. red trim.Tb Kc Jlf.1I.IdDa.

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COATSFUR M..f Mickey and DonalJ T Seveneen-cIa for Young Robin Modi1rcLery
ROBES ),} eI {{

t 1 , '! Sport Jackets 13.95 r \ )J1} MagicSlate I Percale {{ A i ,

v tpf1 Hats - 3.25 & 4.00 FABRIC f ,; ::1k: k Animals << Set

18.50 flat F 1.98I << 1.95Complete =>>

Dress Pants 4.50 up ess-*

tJteep.. youngsters fasefiwated Jd tf P
279, i saney eyes more and set for
( n, tih OTHER for hours! WrlMac there's a big and beautiful Robin Hood,Jla Trot

p. r All Types of Dolls 1 7 lifted.disappears Pencil when b ,i 1 ribbon cuddly.cute little bow c1 tied DI.under Soft their and Ift {{ to like handle Dade but I1ihtlr

Sport 110....-....-....-....-....-....-."-- -..... -- --. -- --.. i.
Mak Your Selection - t o8"IQ )
k FOR HIM )} r Strong /

i 6.50 Early. Use Our LayAway Coats (\ <<
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'w < i r
Plan iI
I , I, 12.95 ,
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Lovely 19.50 D,
Chenille Robes erFaurWbCel

7.75 I I III 'Lawn Sprinklers - - 1.98 << The handle He's>mates0 a btu fello*
{ I Jaw more.
r I II I DRESSESLarge Seat Covers -20 IpchM lon(.
- - , G
1 t iY ,( I I .

jJ Laundry Baskets - - 2.95
I Children'sDRESSES Variety r Big Enough to Ride

For Entire Family Carpenter's Tool Chests 4.95

ilr"i s' 1.45 SIZESto i Anti-Freeze Gallon ,
to 2.75All Select From - 2.65 .1

,t 1.85 to' 2.95 Kinds, from Fancy to Plain 9 to 52 9x12 Linoleum 8.95

and Practical % II 0

w A' r r p ,. MM n Scatter Rugs 2.79 nidem'TOUCKS 0

I l 1 EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY AT ALSOLADIES << Ironing Boards - - - 5.45 << whale of a 1 ucL =
The 111 all...
l lq K Bumper Jacks - - 3.95 About metal b.arlpgl three feet 10111.

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Official Countu Publication Established In 1877BTARKE.

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FLORID .FRID\ DKCK.MBRR 11., 1945 ;-
[the Maiden I don't let.the mistletoe fall to the toe, for its roots were neither In I get the work organized until now. It will be greatly appreciated If
ground. Otherwise its propertiesof the earth nor air. So one of Bal- On December 16, E. J, Dowling the cattlemen and farmers of this
jer Mistletoe -- good luck and healing will be der's enemies fashioned an arrow of Starke began work as Marks county will cooperate with Mr, I ,

I Follow Rules destroyed. from the plant and that was the and Brands Inspector for Bradford Dowling in every way they can. : iF h
Many a romantic story sur end of Balder. The tears .f the County. Mr. Dowling is a veteran He will be as helpful as he can to -
lUll a nice custom this rounds this plant. The berries heartbroken goddess fell thick and of World War 11 who has Just everyone and will go out of his 1 ( >
to kiss the young ladythe represent tears from this legend: fast, and froze into the berries. returned! to civilian life. The cattlemen way to help the cattlemen and l
mistletoe, but your ef- .A Scandinavian god, Balder, Having such a heathen origin, of Bradford County are farmers to get their cattle inspected . ,
lit In vain unless It's done dreamed he would die.. When he mistletoe is seldom included in very fortunate in having Mr. for marks and brands.
I) told his.mother, the goddess Frl- church schemes of decoration.But Dowling to do their marks and SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET f
:- time someone kisses un ga, she made earth, fire, air, despite this b'an, few maids brands inspection work, us he Is Presbyterian Church SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM .
berry sh'ulded water and all animals and plants
mistletoe a I care to risk
making the legend an intelligent, energetic young
the branch, for promise they would not harm her RED BASS SHEEPSHEAD
from I come true that "she who Is not man. All cattle going to market The Ladles Auxiliary of the 'x; F
|10 many blessings are be- kissed under the ,mistletoe at and all cattle butchered must be Presbyterian Church met with ALSO ,
berries. And i But she
d M there are overlooked the mistle- Christmas will not be married in Inspected for marks and brands Mrs. K. G. Duncan Tuesday evening Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry r
I I the year which follows." before they are sold. The devotional, taken from
If you want to be lucky, remember The fees charged for this work Isaiah was conducted by Mrs. 1M
ompt Service Careful Drivers I the ruleslDowling are stated in the law and are as Jeanettu Young MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET : J
follows: For live cattle, from 1 ?
Minutes and reports from previous CALL STREET PlltNEI7': STAllKE I''LA. +
Named to 100 head a fee of four cents sessions
STARKE TAXI SERVICEand were approved. The ,
Inspector For per head\ will be charged; over group decided to make ten poundsof r 'Ii
100 head, the fee is three cents candy for distribution by the 'i.
Marks and BrandsThe per head. For slaughtered animals Red Cross at the Camp Blanding
1 to 5 carcasses, the fee is Hospital. IPRlleT'I.' I.. ,
MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone 1915 Florida Legislature, at 25 cents per head; from 6 to 10 Mrs. T, N, Kendrlck was selected '
the request of the cattlemen of carcasses, IS cents per head; and to decorate a tree for the ; t
the State, passed a law known as for all over 20 carcasses, the fee Children's. Christmas party Mrs. ,
150, the: Marks and Brands Law, and is 10 cents per head. V. S. St John, Mrs. M. C. May- ; ; hI''

Day O Night the State Department of Agriculture The primary purpose of this hugh and Mrs. W O Chandlerwere HIUWWiUEag: : 'fr
was designated to admInIster law Is to discourage cattlestealing selected to decorate the 1,
it. Commissioner of Agriculture In Florida. When a record is church for the candlelight ser I +u
Nathan Mayo has appointed made of the marks and brands of vices. \
John M. Scott, of Gainesville, all cattle sold and slaughtered and Eleven : s ",,4 d
as Chief Supervisor of the Marks all hides< and carcasses are stamped atended this members meettlng.and one visitor CITTTElectric : r
med and Brands Division. by an Inspector and a record
Old-7tU1 p The law became effective July made of them It will be quite a Following" the business session,
Mrs. Duncan served delicious Lamp Shades . . . 65c } '
refreshments up
1, 1945
but it was not possible to help In establishing. owneiship. to the group. _ '

[CHRISTMAS Pyrex 1 Pt. Liquid i Measure . . 50c : ::1fJ

The Origin Of -,- __-__ "
I Christmas Cards : i }t
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I . . . '
Taper Lite Candles .
We choose greeting cards with- 10c qt
'I }:id \ I .. .. : ,
199g f9t out wondering just how long -- ---- - ------7TT7--- -- ""I\\')
Oil Lanterns L50
people have been following this - -
oj custom at Christmas time. The ,! = : = -.__" ,
/ I average citizen today receives at SCISSORS 77777-/- . / 95c up J.iij1r'j
least 12 cards at Christmas and \ : ) '..,."
1945 I I'i -- -- "" '"
., New Years and the total number Carden Hose, with brass coupling (:M
mailed is in the billions
'i : ? a 111errlb; : Charles Dickens gave the Incentive 25 Feet - 3.95 50 Feet - 5.95 ;;
.. - with his "Christmas Carol" .. ._ - : _ .. __ ._
44114 I (runnnf and an amateur artist, using some Carborundum Stones . . . 85c up ,,' :i '
of Dickens' characters as sub II iniBa i-
jects, made. personal greeting ;;; ;; d Pads & Covers '. . 1.25 I_

'"HHERE. are a thousand _and cards around 1850. This started ,

f.----- the vogue, The early cards were Bicycle Tires, 26 Inch . . . 2.45 '
s..c% '
otS&"waj f extending theseasons ;. alt signed by, hand and then, as :
today, many folks had writer's Tubes .. ,-_ . *, .., .1.65_ (,
greetings to you, but no cramp during the holidays.. Today r- _i--- r. \L \\to. "
\ I BROOMS 1.35 : ;t
there are many who prefer to up
words we can put into writing, .. v'
have their names printed or engraved t ': ';1i.JffR .

no words we can frame with our upon their cards, which Bed Pans, white enamel . . . .2.75"s""sA rt ;
x Christmas Is All of These saves the strength, but lacks some -- - ._ i
lips, ring ':with more sinceritythan of the personal touch. FEW GAMES AND TOYS ;'f it ;
Christmas is the good will shared at With the sentimental wording
the old-fashioned- .greeting- ; the family hearth; the carol sung together changing so drastically on the S-Gal. OIL CANS', w'

; the candle In the window the greeting cards from year to year,

MERRY glowing faces gathered around the you envelope never will can contain be sure what until you the BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.J.
festive board. And it is much more open it. There are so many that i

-ever so much more! are so foreign to the true Christmas B. Carlisle Owner
meaning that it makes us a. f
TO YOU We cannot begin to into wordsall
put bit ashamed. I I .11, :, ijiioj
that Christmas is, nor begin to "&!1 t
; 'i
express how ardently we wish for you
the complete enjoyment of Christmas.

H. C. JVAJ-L AGENCYHarold ; So all we can say to you,kind friends,
is Merry .Christmas To You. t L5
C. Wall Jos. E. Wilson

Ethel E. ClyaTt' Helen Rowland .

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.h, cow, yPp SuitReasonably
4 1. 4 y I .194 4 r .
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Priced At 44I4.3O

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A GOOD WAY,to keep Christmas to All Constructed

: well is to bring ioy to everyone With
> :. .. Magazine Racks - . 5.95 1' i
we CAD.1 %we believe, is the 'o' ( Springs

spirit of this community . one .,... I -
of the important reasons'whl.l living 'TOWERING 'ABOVE A CARE-BOUND WORLD is THE Maple Smoking Stands . 8.75 $12.50 to

here affords such genuine 36,50
pleasure. CAREFREE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS. INDEPENDENT OF Wall Pictures 5.25 to6.50 '

To you who have stood by us so 'TIME, INDEPENDENT 'OF PlACE INDEPENDENT OF .6 ,., > 1 ;

faithfully during the year 1945 we Children's Chairs 1.95 to 9.50 '
wish a whole world of happiness CIRCUMSTANCE, 'IT EMBRACES ALL NO/JE CAN RADIO, END andChildren's

pressed into this Christmas season.
MAGIC SPELL. Wheel Barrows Coffee
Merry Christmas to yon and to . ESCAPE ITS

every member of your family. FOR. YOUR MANY"EVIDENCES OF GOOD WILL IN 0 Strollers _ - 14.75 .. Tables ; 'x4,93 -

0 Table and Floor Lamps - ; ,.
21.50Furniture ,
4.75 to 21.50

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SERVICE STATION C. H. ]rlggers. i Co.iCTKM . ..,
GARDEN'S SERVICE STATION . . gi'.ffii.{ iUf.'lTCr'
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R. :J. Comes was shopping in
;: > ;y I '' ttcksonvUle Monday. I CLASSIFIED ADS

Bliu Erin Poythreat of FBCW In

lr t Tallahassee spent from Sunday
FOR 8AI.R-A & B battery pack FOR 8ALF3- Ladles' winter coat. OAK WOOD-Any lennrth. 120 per k4it1i p
with her slater.
through Wednesday
for rudloK" on Bale at Dahmer'uport Hood condition. May be seen at cord, write F. O'Nell, Putnam
i ? Miss Sara Poythress, before ehoppe. It I I Edwards Service Station Itp Hall, Fla. 11-30 4tp
) i,, going on to her home in Mac- 'I
FOR 8AIE!: Nice portabla record WANTED Btrawherry and truck
FOR HALF.-e.!. cylinder Herculespower
Benny for the holidays player with records. tufanelirs unit complete on heavy farmer. Will share-crop or rent.
Mrs. Grocery formerly Mike MaruciTs. steel frame, practically operated 20( acres land, 4tt miles north of-
D. A Pope Jr., of Nor. I'
} r.ewtd new 6-room house plant
:301 Tenth Hi. Btarke. lip only a few starkel
folk. Va., came Thursday of last for MAW mill or light purpose. .fights, tools ft horse fur.nllOh.I
week to spend the holidays with FOR HALF! rn..r Qul..kmeal.tov. Hee If. R.: Tucker or Titus Olson.. Lafayette See A M.Adams It. Judd Ht*., Starke.corner.
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her parents. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. months.with oven or Used cash.only Mm..8 IIP Fla, 12-6 4t

'? t"1 Adklns. Klsla Bradley lite. 1. Pox 232. Itp FOR BALE-F1IA house, completely WAITED" -Two !good! finish carpvntors. -
Mr. and Mrs. Printeaa Morgan furnished on lot 60x2)0.) In good Q. W. Prlnnle, I'. O. Dox
Foil HUNT-Heautlfully furnh.hlldapartn..nt Box
location 97, Leesburg. Fla. 1'huna 168. tt
o of Dallas Texas are holiday house.E 4 rooms and bath. 728. Itp
E 614 N. Church St. Up
guests of Mr. Morgan's brother- MATTRESSES of all hinds renovated
I FOR nENT 3-room apartment, GIRL WANTED ; furniture upholstered andreflnlHhed.
in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs.
c ', hath. and screened or'h.-403 N. Drop us a card.
::. :; Edward Burns. I Walnut. FOR WORK HASTINGS;.; MATTRESS: CO., lfo
e , ;' li Miss Nina Bishop came Tuesdayt AT PARK THKATRE 230. Palatka. Fla. tf A

spend the holidays with her LOST Apply to Manager FOR RENT-Upstalrn office space
''b //f4 f parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. A. above It. C. Wall Insurance
BJ hop. Sr. She is a student at Buy ,borne with small blaze In ImmediatelyHOUSE Arrenry. See Mrs Carrie Rltch I r
;; Weslayan College. Macon. Ga.Mr. face scar on left log, white 622 N. Cherry lit 12-" 2tp 1 'yI.

l l'." and Mrs. O. L. Beaaley; ahd scar on loft flank, 8 years old, FOR SALEFive SPECIAL -NOON DAY LUNCH-
' weight 1200 poundM. meat, two fresh vegetables and
rY1 Mrs J. W. Kincaid will spend the .
room and bath cloned- drink-65 cents, at Avery Inn. tf I.
Christmas holidays with their par- Notify In HUH porch. Completely furntahml -tiD
v r ' ants, Mr. and Mra. A. C. Durdenin Chas. II. Harper, Rt. 2, with all modern convenience FOR SALB.-Pullets, 14-weeks old 'il Built to Lost

? Tampa. Box 481, Starke *. Gait/ electric automatic from. Overstocked.Rice Leghorn Mrs.Farm.. Wm.Prl..e60c. F.
t,} ; ? ,I Major Lloyd II. Lewis will arrive lIarper's Garage, hot water heater and Cone. Rt.. 2, City Limits. 12-7 Stp )}

'?"'I' today to spend the holidays Kingsley Lake gun heating stove Located in
STRAYED Red white-faced hel-
"4 with Mrs. Lewis, who came last heart of town at 828 W. Call far, 3 yrs-. old, strayed or stolen, ,
week and her relatives here. He St. Inquire Jack Prlcdler\'e Crop split upper and under bit
.Is stationed at Ft. Lewis, Wash FARM for SALE Jewelers 130 E. Call St. In one ear Eli, under If found square notify other.Dranded El-. O
t ;i, ington. William Sapp's farm located bert Urltt. Lake Cleneva. 12-7 41 p > Q
Halletih' MISPLACED Deed and abstractto
r' Mr. and Mrs.
10 miles N W of property In name of Annie L.
'Illt' last week-end with friends )} IN OUR TOY DIPT.;>> 30InchWheelbarrow
Hutrhlnits. If found please returnto LAST MINUTE: BARGAINS
#; 1 l I '*' Jacksonville. Starke, Fla. 240 acres, good Mr. Hutching, Alvares Store. 30 ROOMSCABINS r
house and barns. Good It f
Jack Halle of Miami will come

,9 t Saturday to spend the holidays fence land fertile, suitablefor FOR 8ALE-Olrl' bicycle, 120 N. ANDKITCHENETTES Baby Zooka Guns - - 1.89 J 1.98Wnsllnble
i +A1' with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. general' farming or Cherry St., or see Mrs. Anderson 8rfght rd ,
1 t at pout office from 8 til 6. It sod
W. O. Halle Sr. f vegetables. Electric lights, FOR 8ALI2-8 ft.. Kerosene Servel p} Tennis Balls 3 for - - 1.39 i decal design of a friz dog,
Mrs. S.. P. Vandlvler and son running water Electrolux Refrigerator. Can he Gas Heat Gas Cooking ,

1 i'; ; ; : r; / I r.. jpltner Saturday of Petersburg spend the will_ek-end come W. E. SAPP converted Flume. to use teas. F. lip F. I..IghtsCompletely 19 Walking Dogs . . 1.39 !

?, Rt. 2 Box 113-B
il M with Mr* G. W. Alderman.W.C.T.U.. FOR KALE One large kerosene Furnished
I Starke Fla. circulating heater. Apply 214 Dump Trucks e3.98 j Whiaillnd
Thompson St., D a. Kelly. Itp
Book A Room Ahead TB1f
IV CIRCUIT BUY YOUR WOOD-from K..lIy's.wh.r. Steam Shovels 3.79 L111LE
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FI.OKIU.1 IN: CHAM: you can depend on getting For Wife Or ParentsLARRY'S y
It. Oak 214
1 CKIIV.Tallle or pine.any length. U9
Margaret Rhrout Plaintiff, Thompson Su Itp Blocks 1.69 I
Building - -
vs. Melvin Moore Shrout Defendant. : ;J A cheery whtrtl.tell vtt
Casa No. 4282. FOR HALB. -100 AAA white Leghorn PLACE water's boiling,lit
't ()MICH OF1 PtTHLICATION pullets now laying. II. T. Tic Toe Boats . .98 Ithe
Let Us RememberThe ANt NOTICE TO AIM'KAK Bennett, Lawtey. Itp10UK 1000 Feet From B Gate - 7f
Moore Hhrout: whuse residence INI: 1.151' FARM, CIJVAND KINGSLEY LAKE | Individual
Chairs 9.89
I 910 N.. Pollard St. Arlington. Virginia. BUSINESS PROPERTY . i Rocking - - \ CASSEllOLES35e
' MAN OR WOMAN WANTF'OOoodn..arby ) 1

.br rt Bethlehem Babe January You are 21, required 1946, In the to above appear nam.on It willing Rawlelgh to conduct Route Home now open.Ser- Checker Boards . - - .98 |fr J A let of I >taSdlfferral
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otl Court and cause, wherein Plaintiff \ vice bualnexs while earning good ;} I calm
eeeke divorce & custody of .E RIeALEeTA'r10 living write Immedlntelv.. Haw- 'makes 1 tonlj
And Why minor clillil. Bradford County Tele- P STROUr lelgh's Dept. FAL-223-45 Mumphis Telephones - 1.98 earl
graph shall publish this Order In Tenn. Itp t
next four Gr..111 nitvrrdsrr bf eonntrr 9"
Witness weekly my hand u'.1: ; official a.L' property. lla mnde over ", ...
HE Came, seal at Htarke: Florida, this December fS.OOO: unleii of. Ilome._KnrmAcreage. .- FOR SALE!-Record player with it- -
records. Also few other things.
Buyer from all oho
19 ,045.OFFICIAL > Mr. 2 Uffle Boy W.ab Os.t .
Hornbuckle miles from Er.ry
World. Free luting.
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, open ; Safe
red house right of ForBaIy
on (
And KeepCHRIST As Clerk of salt Court. .. A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY highway 48. Itp )t r >
Chas n. Hess 204-OS Healty HM>t
Jacksonville, Fla., Atty. for Pit. Represented Locally By {
12-21 4t t.11NOTIC'M F. O. HOIX1NGSUORTH FOR nFNT-Two room furnishedapartment ,.... .." Scotty
with private bath. To .. J \.
OF APPLICATION. FOIl 118 So. Walnut St. couple with no pets or children 1'iY fl 2.98
j ? In'CHRISTMAS 1"1"1. DIe. IIARGI3' F. A. Scott, across from USO. Itp ; .
; 1 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERNS: 1 h\. < \ ,"f Soft silky:
Take Notice that I have filed my \ tl'lr, :s;\ plush with a )
.1 # petition. for final discharge and my $1,250.00 will buy equil ty in 3-bedroom'house, big ribbon bow.115in.loug.

estate final report of Vida V as, Morgan executor deceased of the; built 1913. Oak floors,, spacious living room J

and that on January 3f{, 1948 at high, desirable lot 'stos shingle con!ltruc- t} GUN ANDIIOLSTEIl
r g parehe
10:00: A. M. &clockI I will apply to #
the County Judge of Bradford tion. Balance on long term mortgage $28.64 17 SET
kd'I lL """V County, Florida for approval of month. t 1.19 Animals )..98
'I per 811J11'9Uc
said final report and for final discharge :Fan for aUf
Laura Scott as such:: Executor.c :> Apply C. J. Carter, Bo:x: 683. Starke or Thee Leather holster with a gut }I color They're soft, cnddlr u4BO

This December Gary 18th Ennui, IIMH.--, Executor Stag, Call Street, Stark- Florida. belt and shoulder strap.BeallBtlo' 1 t snrfaca.A. easy' to keep clean Tiny
th 11-21 4t 1.11 plastic gvn. 1, tots love them I IChlld"H
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''i', J r" :j t'PI I .f'I'o J t ; ) '..... ; .. 1J ''IIIP Full of Things To Do t l Cute As Carl Bei Service for Foul

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:f-itrH jil. 's : Ij"/" SHOULD BE PRACTICAL Tick Tock Box -Car 30-PlKe
1 ,ft I I
hr, ( of Books 1.00 Train Tea Set 1.98

f i r Hif: y ,,-)" \\;; 'tL:f l J'V That Why We Urge You To Give Clothes ; many M t whole color things,box for to full tracing do.of boons'and. red feet. sturdy trim.long.wood Metal train couplers, four, f partyl tMnkiafl.Complete For their Bright own even shiny littlt to plutlc.its tea

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ROBES- MEN'S, COATSFUR (} M..tMick.yandDonaldMagic iai i S.v nteen-/ncI For Young Robin tbodiArchery+

., Sport Jackets 13.95 lf e
4 Percale t A t1///

Hats - 3.25 & 4.00 FABRIC ; Slate Animals Set


Dress Pants 4.50 up 18.50I ODe F 7l 1.98 i.eJComplete

t >Keeps youngsters fascia.ated Their
saucy eyes more and
OTHER 1c for hours f WritJag there's a big and beautiful Jett

-, All Types of Dolls t n disappears when film Is ribbon bow tied under their like Robin Dade IIaod tat Jra 1/2bttt/
lifted. Pencil Included. cute little chins. Soft and
J > to handle.
Make Your Selection Sport cuddly.
R l t",. .' : and Durabbf
I Early. Use Our Lay. > Strong
;it': :t 6.50 Coats o
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; Away Plan
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"I '%: 9't'i : FOR HER ,, BEDROOM SUPPERSFor to I
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N:11.'i.: ty
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.1:'. Lovely 19.50DRESSES
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J 1 Chenille Robes 3.98FonrTVbPel

''f, I' .. .. .- ft GIFTS TO PUASB THE WHOLE FAMILY jj jja Hlkee

.,,. 7.75 .' d0f'a.

V. ; Lawn Sprinklers . 1.98 i The hsadll makes the feu26 .
)I.. ,' u ,.. __ jaw move He's a biQ

,\nt.'\;:.,!"",''j"H y ,, | Seat Covers . . 1 ipches lout.

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i I Children'sDRESSES II I Large Variety >(*\ Laundry Baskets . 2.95 j iCarpenter's Ride

I Entire Family Sig Enough 14'
: :'ff" Tool Chests 4.95 j
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't.r SIZES j'

i : 1':1':' ,Ji : 1 1.45 to 2.75All : to Select From r1 Anti-Freeze, Gallon - 2.65 \

i lrt r 1.85 to' 2.95 Kinds from Fancy to Plain : 9 to 52 1 9x12 Linoleum \
: p - - 8.95 r
'1 : l' and Practical : tr"flIdeln"

1 .t4 1'd ,.. .-.. -- - 1& Scatter
- -- Rugs - _ 2.79 Qt
Ironing Boards - 5.45 f TRUCKS j
The i A whale of tr oll
b'f'r 4 I 5- metal bersing0
I rlry l llI Bumper Jacks - - 3.95 | About three feetlon4t
Hats :

STAR 1 ,, .. .. .,. _- ..
STORE Skirts ; -- -- .- .- a-"ir \-a a tc. -

BlousesBags r J. P. ROBERT'S MOTOR

. l r600... Temple Ave. STARKE, FLORIDA

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Official County Publication Established In 181'1 ;?

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The Maiden I don't let'the mistletoe fall to the toe, for its roots were neither In I I I get the work organized until now. It will b* greatly appreciated If I',. .,
ground. Otherwise Its properties I the earth nor air. So one of Bal- On December 16, E, .1, Dowling.Jr. the cattlemen and farmers of this "Vi"I""
er Mistletoe of good luck and healing: will be. der's enemies fashioned an arrow cf Starke began work as Marks county will cooperate with Mr. I
Follow Rules destroyed. from the plant and that was the and Brands inspector for Bradford Dowling In every way they can. }!
Many a romantic story surrounds end of Balder. The tears of the County. Mr. Dowling Is a veteranof He will be as helpful aa he can to i.\\f\\(
till a nice custom thisto this plant. The berries heartbroken goddess fell thick and World War 11 who has just everyone and will gro out of his I 'fl fll..
kiss the young lady! represent tears from this legend: fast, and froze into the berries. returned> to civilian life. The cat. way to help the cattlemen and ( ;: :t
but ef- A Scandinavian :
mistletoe your god Balder,
the Having such a heathen origin tlemen of Bradford County are farmers to get their cattle Inspected __
? In vain unless It's done dreamed he would die. When he mistletoe is seldom included In very fortunate In having Mr. for marks and brands. '
I- I told his mother, tM goddess Fri. church schemes of decoration.But Dowling to do their marks and SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET L"iy1:

time someone kisses should un-i I water ga she and made all animals earth,and fire, air, despite this ban' few maids brands inspection work, as he Is Presbyterian Church SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM C, '!" !
a berry plants '
mistletoe I i I care to risk
making the legend an Intelligent energetic young '
the branch, for promise they would: not harm her RED BASS SHEEPSHEAD 'f. < '
-KKJ from come true that "she who is not man. All cattle going to market The Ladles Auxiliary of the f'
a many blessings are bets .l Ron.But kissed under the mistletoe at and all cattle butchered must beinspected I Presbyterian Church met with ALSO .1 /Oi'( '
there are berries. And she overlooked the mlstle- i iI I!i I Christmas will not be married in for marks and brands 1 Mrs. K. a. Duncan Tuesday evening Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry ";;' "'.v"' :
---. I ,,I the year which follows." before they are sold. ; The devotional, taken from "(;';
If you want to be lucky, remember The fees charged for this work Isaiah, was conducted by Kirs.\ '
ompt Service Careful Drivers I the rules! are stated In the law and are as Jeanette Young, MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET : :i
follows: For live cattle, from 1 "
Minutes and reports from previous CALL STREET PHONE :.17 STAUKE. FLA. +
'to 100 head, fee of four cents : 4aak
STARKE TAXI SERVICEand Dowling Named a sessions( were approved. The ,
Inspector For per head will be charged; over group decided to make ten poundsof :,.;{ v21w1Lb
i 100 head, the fee is three cents candy for distribution by the ",
Marks and BrandsThe per head. For slaughtered animals Red Cross at the Camp landing of -, ; ,
1 to 5 carcasses, the fee is Hospital. ,
MACK'S TAXI SERVICE 1945 Florida Legislature, at 25 cents per head; from 6 to 10 Mrs. T. N. Kendrick was selected 't" I
the request of the cattlemen of 'carcasses, 15 cents per head; and to decorate a tree for theChildren's
the State, passed a law known as for all over 20 carcasses, the fee ; Christmas Mrs
Phone 150 I the Marks and Brands Law, and is 10 cents per head. I V. S. St. John, Mrs. party M. C. May ::I,

Day O Night the culture State was Department designated to of admin-Agri- law The Is primary to discourage purpose cattlestealing of this- were hugh and selected O. Chandler the uIuwwIrnEI,.

ister It. Commissioner of Agl'lculture In Florida. When a record is church for the candlelight ser ,
Nathan Mayo has appointed made of the marks and brands of I! vices. I, ". ;.I
John M. Scott, of Gainesville, all cattle sold and slaughtered and '01,{ct
Eleven members and one visitor GIFTfElectric'Lamp (:\/1'/ ,
as Chief Supervisor of the :Marks all hides and carcasses are stamped atended this : '
and Brands Division. by an Inspector and a record meettlng. : '':i J
OM7a41 uue The law became effective July made of them. It will be quite a Following the business session, :
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Mrs. Duncan served delicious 65c :'
up :;
refreshments :
1, 1945, but it was not possible to help In establishing, ownership. "' 0
to the --
CHRISTMAS Pyrex 1 t. Liquid Measure : . : 50c'' ';l

I The Origin Of .-_ .Y 'J
GREETINGS I .. CASSEROLES - 77T7TTT 50c up t ; t0
= Christmas Cards .
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I Taper Lite Candles . . . . 10c k', a:.
;. !/ '. r-r.I' We choose greeting cards with- I ;,:t ;f
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taa9 g out how -- 0 o. -- -- --0--- ---
-\v.o wondering Just long tli
\ ;JtnUt9f I people have been following this Oil Lanterns . . . . 1.50 : ,
oj JieaI: custom at Christmas time The : --- --..::-- ".._-. .,t,,, ,
,I 101/ average citizen today receives at SCISSORS 77 . . . 95c Up p p :."
least 12 cards at Christmas and
II 19'.5 -
, New Years and the total number Carden Hose, with brass coupling 0'l; l
mailed Is in the billions
111.trtb I Charles Dickens the incentive 25 Feet - 3.95 50 Feet 5.95 : '
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._ 4 with his "Christmas gave Carol" .,.... __ ___....--_ ___ -..--0:1::1 \\oj:;
14.THERE and an amateur artist, using some Carborundum Stones . . . 85c up ,
warn of Dickens' characters as sub- __ __._ ; .J .
::1 I II jects, made personal greeting Ironing Board Pads & Covers '- 1.25":; ." "1
are, a thousand and cards around 1850. This started . i $" '- the vogue. The early cards were Bicycle Tires, 26 Inch . . 2.45 ;lfi :
: o$ y3tptExtending theseasons all hand and then, ,
signed by as ( 4l
today, many folks had writer's Tubes .- -. -. ,- ...;, 1.65 ,'. ;!
greetings to you, but no cramp during the holidays. Today :,; \\1" .
there are many who prefer to up
words we can put into writing, .
have their
names printed or engraved - ---- "
no words we can frame: with our upon their cards, which Bed Pans, white enamel . . . 2.75 : ? ;
Christmas Is All of These saves the strength, but lacks some "- i +tEi
lips, ring with more sincerity of the personal touch. A FEW GAMES AND TOYS l j
Christmas is the good will shared at With the sentimental wording r'
than the old-fashioned greetingMERRYC'NRISTMAS- I the family hearth; the carol sung to changing aa drastically on the 5Gal. OIL CANS .:f ,

.' gether; the candle in the window the greeting cards from year to year, 1
000 faces around the you never can be sure what the 1
glowing gathered
will contain until
festive board. And it is much more
open It. There are so many that
-ever so much more! are so foreign to the true Christ- J. B. Carlisle, Owner I"J: rI

TO YOU U > We cannot begin to put into wordsall mas bit ashamed.meaning that It makes us a I I Iff. ..j:
; &:
that Christmas is. nor begin to
express how ardently we wish for you --
the complete enjoyment of Christmas

H. C. WALL AGENCYHarold : _. So,all we can say to you,kind friends, yG \1
is Merry Christmas To You. r
C. Way Joe.0-E. Wilson "

Ethel E. Clyatt Helen Rowland


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What Lovlier Gift. .



!1 ) A 4Mllu'i, ,pil Ilp''i Nr I6 iii Maple
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/ I i 1 YYr N," I I IhhU, pi4{ !16 1 I !N'it : Bedroom

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IIV 11 p:"h'd' viplJj p, 4 y SuitReasonably .
I ll t99SI

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Christmas ,
A GOOD WAY to keep 1-' 'o t A' 11 t j Constructed

:JTX well is to bring joy to everyone . V" With
.. .... Racks 5.95 i'f
Magazine -
we can.Thi,we believe, is the 0 t.' 'I Springs sr;;

-spirit of this community . one . t -- .
of the important ns w1i .Hi. LOWERING ABOVE A CARE-BOUND WORLD is THE Maple Smoking Stands - 8.75 $12.50 to

ing here affords such genuinepleasure.
CAREFREE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS. INDEPENDENT OF Wall Pictures 5.25 to- 6.50Children's

To you who have stood by us so . INDEPENDENT Cf'f ,.
faithfully during the year 19-15 we S Chairs 1.95 to 9.50
wish a whole world of happiness 'CIRCUMSTANCE, 'IT EMBRACES ALL NOJ E CAN RADIO, END and

pressed into this Christmas season. .
. Merry Christmas to you and to o. ESCAPE ITS MAGIC SPELL O Children's Wheel Barrows 2.50 :, Coffee

every member of your family. ''
Strollers - - - - -
0 Table and Floor Lamps -

I 4.75 to 21.50 21.50

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CONWAY'S SERVICE STATION : C. H. Drigers Furniture Co. .

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ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff .
iN! CIRCUIT COFRT. BRADFORD TTU of SEW of NE I H H. 22 B. SO .rr7man.. County Judge of Bradford January 7. 1<4', In the above named ahall NOTI'I!:
COUNTY FLORIDA INCe11.RAlehets CHAN- Twp containing and wherein plain. As Clerk of said Court. Telegraph publish this OrderIn STATE 4P '
acres, more) or less. County Florida, at his office) Court cause Bradford Zaoh H. Douglas, OalnesvlUe. Fla. next four weekly Issues. ): :
Jneleon. Plaintiff. vs. The assessment of the ..sail prop In the Courthouse In Htarke for tiff seek divorce. this OrderIn Atty. for Pit --70<> 4t 12-21 Witness my hand and official seal I I. 64wwwslintchie,M1hoM
Julius Joelaon Defendant. Case No. erty under the said certificate Issued permission to sell certain lands In shall publish Issues. at Stark, Flo..lc2.thl" December ington hest v\:ir
ha. next four weekly
In the of Frank which the above named minor jS5rect
was name
f BRADFORD 4. 19 46. You
seat COURT.
un.onDEn sn interest In Bradford County Witness my hand and official IN CIRCUIT ar,
t { OF PUBLICATIONAND Stern. Florida and described as follows, at Starke Florida, this DecemberS COUNTY FLORIDAI IN: CIIAN.CERY. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, December It t'qUlrt'd to II
Unless said certificate shall be S 1045. A Clerk of said Court. named Cc.ur' la
Thirteen *
JullusJo.18on to-wlt: Lots Twelve (12) and .. tb
STATE OF FLORIDA to redeemed according to law the (13) and Fourteen (14) of ( rAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Elisabeth Moore Dunn Plaintiff Zach 1C. Douglas, Oalnesvllle. Fla; plaintiff seek_and tau.M
residence and address
4 whose property: described therein will be Block Sixteen (!') of Livingston As Clerk of said Court. Charles E. Dunn Jr., Defendant. Atty. for Plf. 12-7 4t 12-28 County T." 1aph\ dlYoroe.
I I. 4180 Pauldlng Avenue, the .
""i sold to the highest bidder at Truby and Company's Addition to Zach H. Douglas, Oalnesvllle Flu Case No. 4117.ORDER OrWeltnes hlU U
j" f ETonx! New York. the courthouse door on the first 11-18 'our "
the Town of Starke Bradford Atty. for Plf. 1--T 4t OF PUBLICATION IX: CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
\'. You arc required to appear on courthouse door on the flr.tU48. In West half .fNEV NOTICB- APPEAR .seal at I 8:!; hand Stir
yh), January 11, 1846, la the above which Is the 7th{ day of Jan County of Section 28, Township < STATE AND OF FLORIDA to CharlesE. .. COUNTY FLORIDA IN CIIAN- her 29. 19.. Florida, tblo
named Court and cause, wherein uary. 1948. I.Willacoochee. (OFFICIAl.
t; y d plaintiff seeks divorce and custody Dated this 6th day of December. 'South be Range Sale.Margaret 22. East; said sale to COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CMAN- Dunn Jr.,,Georgia.whose residence Prank L. Ritchie Plaintiff' vs. Clerk. .", 'icAl., A.J.A" .
( ut and control of minor child. Brad 1945. private CERY. on Stella Jean Ward Kltchle, Defen T. Frank
Guardian. to appear Lndrumor!
,'.., y" ford County Telegraph" shall pub. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas 11-14 4t 14 Moore as James Roberta EJ.Plttman Plttman Defendant.Plaintiff Case vs. January You are 7. 194 required*. In the above nam dant. Case No. 4203. Atty. for BtoI
llnh thin Order In next four weekly Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
Issues. No. 4S2.. -
I Florida. 12-7 4t 12-28
L 41; seal at Htarke. Florida this December COUNTY. .FLORIDA IN CHAN NOTICE TO APPEAR
.' COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN.CKRY. Plttman whose residence 1* Lauada
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Noah Feuer. Plaintiff vs. Ootdle
'." Aa Clerk of .said Court.T. Defendant. Case North Carolina.
Mae WhIte ,
, Prank Landrum Htarke, Florida Helen Katherine Meehan Strobe!. No. 4321. You are> required to appear on HOLY-NIGHT-SI LENT-NIGNT
", Atty. for Plf. 111-" 4t 1-4 Plaintiff vs. Frank Harold Strobel. ORDER OP" PUBLICATIONAND January 7, 1946 In the above named
Defendant. Case No. 4125. Court and cause wherein plaIn.
tiff seek divorce.
b, IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORDOOWNTY. AND NOTICE -TO APPEAR' Mae Whit Feuer'oWh1e.r8flldence Telegraph\ shall.Publish this OrderIn
{'I 1 FLORIDAIN ,CIA., STATE OF FLORIDA to Frank and address 1.'JIo George Whit. 'next four weekly Issues. -
c,' CBRY. ."iOT Harold Strobel 8 2-e UfW XenlaAfeTAM 4(4 Perry Street, Portsmouth Virginia Witness my hand and official seal
J ;, Geneva Roberts, Plaintiff vs. In.fS % Fleet Post Office<< New at' Stark, Florida, this December
\ 1 nle Robert.. Defendant. Ca. No. fork' Hew York. 0, 1946.
i 4208. You are required to appear on You are required to 'appear on (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thomas
7, 194, In the above name
above January Aa Clerk of said Court.
'j ORDER OP PUBLICATION January 7. 194: In the named
ed Court and cause wherein plaintiff Zach H. Douglas, Gainesville. Fla.
AND NOTICB TO APPEAR Court and cause, wherein plain Bradford County
V k STATE) OF FLORIDA to: Lonni.r tiff seeks divorce and restorationof seek divorce Atty. for Plf._ 12-7 4t 11I -"
Robert whole residence and address maiden name Bradford County Telegraph shall publish thU. OrderIn I : C H MAS
'., r :; le unknown. Telegraph shall publish this Order next four weekly Issues. CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD sir
,, w You are required to appear on In next four" weekly Issues. Witness my hand and official seal COUNTY. FLORID IN: CHAN.CKHY. I
;, : January 7, 1948. In the above named Witness my hand and official seal
ad a Court and cause wherein plaintiff at Rtxrke Florida, this December at Btarke, Florida, this DecemberS Josephine Lee Plaintiff v.. William
( (; seek divorce: bradford CountyTelecraph 6. 1941\\ 145. ( H. Lee, Defendant.. Case No. I

;' a t S shall publish this Order (OFFICIAL SEAL,) A. J. Thomas. (OFFICIAL SeAL) A. J. Thomas, 4212.ORDER .
In next four weekly Usuee.'r As Clerk of said Court.T. Aa Clerk of said Court.T. .
,. w, '' + 4 Witness my hand and official seal Frank Landrunv. Starke Pla Frank Landrum Starke, Fla. STATE NOTICE TO APPEAR.
155 at Florida, this December Atty. for Plf. 12-7 4t 12-28 AU). for Plf. 12-7' 4t 12-28 H. Lee, whose residence to: Is- .

k unknown.You .
Aa Clerk of said Court. IN CHANCKH COUNTY. FLORIDA January 1946
COUNTY. FLORIDAI 7. In the above named
*. S II. O. Brown! Starke Pla. V. Court and wherein .
cause plaintiff
,S Alvah H. Clifford Plaintiff '
Atty. for PI 1' 12-7 4t 12-28 Joseph Kremer. Plaintiff vs. Panla Catherine Clifford Defendant. Case seeks divorce Bradford County .. _
No. 4189. - I
( Kramer Defendant. Telegraph shall publish this Order.
; ORDER the
light again brightens
TAX DEEDThatNOTICE < I NOTICE TO APPEAR NOTICE TO APPEAR Witness. my hand and official seal. AS
t STATE OF FLORIDA to: Paula at Starke Florida this December
FLORIDA to Catherine -
ISiHERERYBGIVEN.. Kremer whose residence. Is: 44 Clifford who_ residence Is: 4, 1945. our faces and lightens our hearts, we
'.y Stern holder of Tax Scharnhoratatrasse, Schwennlngen, West Oreenway Ave., Pleasant- (OFFICIAL, SEAL A. J. Thomas,
P Certificate No. 1041 Issued. the 7th' a-Neckar, Oermany. Jersey. As Clerk of said Court. thoughts from ourselves to
.( Yn : day of August A. D. 1938 nan filed You are required to appear on vllle. William D. Morgan Fifth Floor turn our help
name' In my office and 'has January 7, 1946 In the above name You are required to appear on Clark BuildingJacksonville. ; Fla.
I l application/ for a tax deed tag:: : ed Court; and cause, wherein plaintiff January 2, 1946, In the above named Atty. for Plf. 12-7 4t 12-28 others. For this is the spirit that first saw the
;Y it yS Issued thereon. Said certificate embrace seeks divorce, Bradford County Court and cause wherein plaintiff _
M r d1 s l t r; the following" described Telegraph shall publish this Order seeks divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD light of day in a stable'at Bethlehem two
dd1 ; property In the County of Brad.i' In next four weekly Issues.Wltneim shall .publish this OrderIn COUNTY FLORIDA| IN CHAN. ,
'J lf) ford State of Florida, to-wlti my hand and official next four weekly Issues. CRRY'
seal at Starke, Florida, this November Witness. my hand and official. E.> F. Murrow Plaintiff; vs. Juanita thousand years ago, "and "which has en-
A 23. 1948.OFFICIAL . seal at Starke Florida this November B. Murrow. befendant. Case No.
tttd1. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas 28, 1946.OFFICIAL . 4228. dured since.
USB As Clerk of said Court.W. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND ever
Cecil Grant. Grant Building. I As Clerk of said Court. NOTICE TO APPEAR
; 1' Daytona :Beach Fla. AU,... for .Plf. 'Zach H. Douglas, Oalnesvllle, Fla.Atty . STATE OF FLORIDA to: Juanita May God bless and protect you and your
666 11-30 4t 12-21 for Pit. _11-80 4t S. Murrow whose residence is S30H

BRADFORD 22nd: Street N. E. Washington/ D. C. dear ones and bring happiness to your
IN CIRCUIT COURT are required to appear on
,. .OTI CE" COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN- January 7, 1946, In the above named -
Cold Preparations IN COUNTY JUDOK'S COURT FOR CERY.Charles Court and cause wherein. plain. home this Christmas season. .
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA.IN C. Stahl, Plaintiff vs. Violet tiff seeks divorce. Bradford Ceunty
i 1 + 5 LlgaldJPsbI.ts-.Ive-Nose Drops Re: Estate of David Wayne Stahl. Defendant. Case No. Telegraph shall publish this Order

i y I e, CAUTION Use osjy A* Directed Moore\ Minor. 41911. : In next four weekly Issues. ,
NOTICE Is hereby given than on ORDER OP PUBLICATION Witness my hand and official seal :. I
II-.j, the 15th day of January, 1946 I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I at trke' Florldai this December
"ij- STATE OF FLORIDA- to: Violet 6. 1946. :.. A4i. ;1.r: :
Stahl, whose address lei: Hotel (OFFICIAL; SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Whitby 825 West.. 46th St., New As Clerk of said Court.
FOR York City, and whose residence Is: Zach H. Douglas, Oalnesvllle, Fla. *'
1133 Halsey St., Brooklyn N. Y. Atty. for Pit. 12-7 4t 1228I.V .
""i 1I + Concrete Block Construction You are required to appear on -
)ryyl4 January 2. 1946 In the above named :' CIRCUIT
.., Court and cause' wherein plaintiff (
Any Type Building seeks divorce. Bradford County CKRY
this Order
Telegraph shall publish Margaret Miller Dawson, Plaintiff
In next four weekly Issues.Witness '
Floors Sidewalks Steps my Florida hand and this November official- No VII. W.4197.L. Daw80n Defendant. Case IT'S A' FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

; Steel Window Casements (;OFFICIAL 28. 194&SEAL) A. J. Thomas, STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR
1i to: W. L.
As Zach. Clerk H. Douglas of said, Court Gainesville. Fla. beville Dawson,South whose Carolina.residence I Is,: Ab John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

f Also Atty. for Pit 11-30 4t 12-21
N You are required to appear on

1k. Lumber Direct From Mill IN: CIRCUIT COURT- BRADFORD ed January Court 2 and, 1948.cause In the wherein above plain nara PHONE 151 STARKE FLA.

*4I + l COUNTY FLOHIDAl IN: CHAN- tiff .seeks divorce. BradfofH County

CERV. Telegraph/ shall publish thl! .
1 J. MAURICE EDWARDS: Lots Johnson Plaintiff vs. Troy Order In next four '
... ..-_. Johnson, Defendant. Case No. 4211. weekly Issues .
f. 4 f GENERAL, CONTRACTOR ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Witness my 'hand and offlcU ,
seal at Starke.
NOTICE TO APPEAR Florida this Novem-

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("OvaT. BRA.DII'ORIt minor child. ,
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.,"$,!-j1FLORIDA; .IN CHAN' Telegraph. .hall publish' this Order eemher 11. 1MB. IN riRrrrr ,
In nest four weekly f.seeassalYlatStark. (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas rorRT. BRADFORD !NOTICE OF APPLICATION nuance July I, A. IX 1142. Ida. #
f'orant Johnston Plaintiff Am Clei t of said Court. CKKY. FLORIUAl IN CHAN FAR TAX DEED Description of Property: UnleM iI'\Oea. certificate or certlfUeatesi

)':..rlna Font Johl1.toa. ;De'Cale .. Flarldadthis, D.. 1 I. K. Ferryman. Stark..l.Florida. Lout. P. Berry Plaintiff "'.. Hester Hensw Bill N*. 1N69 Lot 7 of Hlk I *. Lot I. 4, 6. I shall. be redeemed according, ta
4194..k cembnr II im. Atty. for Plf. 1..11 4t 1.' Berry Defendant. of Blk II A<: Lots I. 4, I. 1. 10 11 law the property described In suchcertificate
.BH: uP PUBLICATION (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ORDER: OF Case No. 4239.. NOTICE) IS HEREBY OIVBN. of Blk 10 *. Lou I, 4, < of Blk or certificates will be
p-s..... APPEAR All Clerk of said Court. Thomas IN CIRCUIT COTHT BRADFORD AND NOTICE PUBLICATION that M. F. Wiggins the holder of 21 Lots 2. I, 6, f. 7. ft, K 10. II sold to the highest bidder at Ihe !
M : OFTFLRIDA to: JoseflnaPk T. Frank Landrum Starke Florida rnlTNTY. FLORIDA I IN C1IAN STATE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR the following certificates has filed Lots 2. I. 4, 6. 6, 7. II of Plk 44 A< courthouse door on the first Mon v
stnn. whose residence Is: Atty. for Pit CKRY. Berry whose to. : Hester Lots I, 4 of Bllf 46 Lots t, *. S, day In the month ef February IMt,
I J. yt..ld. Puerto Klco. -- 12.14 4t 1-4 Robert O. Bauer, Plaintiff v... Loretta Maryvllle, Tennessee. residence. Is, Box 11, said certificates for a. tax. deed tobe 6, 7. II of Blk 44 A< Lots 1 2. a, 4. which Is the 4th day of .....r".7.
to appear on If! certificate. 8. 12 01 mil 47 U48.
rue required CIRCUIT COURT nRADFORn Bauer, Defendant. Case No. You are required to Issued thereon. The Itiks 661New
)flu 1945. In the above COUNTY FLOIUDAl IN CHAN {Ell. January 1/. 1848. In the appear above on numbers and.years of Issuance the A 65, River. See 22, hated this nth day of December
s and cause, wherein CKRY. 24 T. I 8, It 20 B.
Court ORDER named Court 1946.1 t
divorce. :Bradford Elmer OP PUBLICATION and cause wherein description of the property and theames Name In which assessed
Pyles, Plaintiff AND plaintiff A. THOMAS.
tlK vs. Mar NOTICE TO APPEAR divorce. Bradford 8
S's-rnph shall publish this aarett n In which It was assessed areas EmU MltchelLAll '
Pyles. Defendant. STATE County Telegraph Clerk of Circuit Court of BradfordCounty '
Case No. op FLORIDA shall publish
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,( four Uetta Bauer whose residence this Order In next four weekly of said property being In the Florida.
hand and official ORDER OF PUBLICATION I address Is 147 Madison and Issues.. Certificate No, SI Year of Is County of Bradford Slat of Flor. &.14 4t 1-4 OFFICIAL !SEAL! ) '
ag rkl Florida, thin Novem- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Irvington, New Jersey. Avenue, Witness my hand and official -- -
} IU6.1oiAL STATE] OF FLORIDA to: Mar You are, required to seal at Htarke Florida this De I
I II A. Thomas.k appear on I
( ftFAL)" J. Karette Pyles, who.. residence Is: January 14, U4., In the above cember 12, 1941. '
kpunoaad ( eLyneh Unknown. named Court and cause, wherein (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ".
G17 B1d1Alts You are required to appear on plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford As Cleric of said Court
F a. Uy. for January 7. 1541 In the above County Telegraph shall publish Zach H. Douglas, Ualnesvllle., Fla. N ,
1.2)) named Court and this Order Atty. for Plf. ,
& cause, wherein In next four weekly 12.14t / ? ,
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford luu.... -
County Telegraph shall Witness. my hand IN! riRcrrr -
and official roi RT. BRADFORD .
IVOTICIQ MAT Issues.this Order In next four weekly. ,seal at Btarke, Florida this De.ember COI'NTY FLORIDAI IN CIIA.NCKRY. hirCHRISTMAS'
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JOs 1 to certify sea. Starke (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Floyd T. Hartung. Plaintiff vs.
nr Final Accounting with at ., Floridadthl.ftD., . As Clerk of said Court. Otadys Ilartung Defendant. Case.
aunty .nd win on theM cember 6, 1>46. Wm D. Morgan, Sth Floor Clark No. 4I4S.
January 14.. apply .to (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. Building
of J. Thomas. Jacksonville" Fiori.... ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Court for ..tb.> *Estat.. as AH H. Clerk of said. Court. Atty. for Pit. 12-14 4t 1-4 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .
,tnt of of'IIUlnlnll' O. Brown Htarke, Florida STATE OF FI/OU1DA
to: Gladys
deceased., This 7th Atty. for Plf. 11-14 U 1.4 IN! tiRcrrr -rorinv BRADFORD Hartunr, .whose residence and ad
,d'r Dei-ember" ) 1945.'lls Administratrix.I'll IN CIRCUIT .'OtIMTY.! FLORIDA IN CHANCKltY. dress Is Oil Dlnwlddle Street Port..
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12BrmrUT." COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN- Mary Theresa. Washington PlaIn. You are required to appear. on tAhP
Manu..I.Tav.r.. .., tiff vs. Louis Washington Jr., de. January 14, 1948 In the above llr
COURT. BRADFORD bara Tavares Plaintiff vs Bar fendant Case No. 4236. named Court and cause, wherein P '
Defendant. plaintiff seeks '
Case divorce.
No. Bradford
lllTV, FLORlUAl 4235.ORDER I AND ) County Telegraph shall publish
SH*Y. rrls Kaplan Plaintiff, vs. AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION 1 S EN8 P1.tto1BDl'ro:A Louis Issues.this Order in next four weekly 1 f IS THE TIMEfor
TO .
APPEAR Washington Jr. ,
Defendant. Case whose residence ,;
Kaplan. STATE! OF" FLORIDA Witness :
f to: Barbara Is Unknown. my hand and official .
1114. Tavares, whose residence and pout lou' are required to seal at 8tsrke, Florida this De.cember 1, ,

-'IDES NOTICE OP PUBLICATION TO APPEAR. Fall office River address Massachusetts Is 88 School Street named January. Court 14. 1944 and In the appear above on (OFFICIAL 12. 1045.SEAL) A. J. Thomas friendliness for the : '
ftiTB. OF FLORIDA to: Harry You are required to appear o plaintiff seeks divorce.cause, whereinn As Clerk of said Court. :::
Bin whose residenceand ad. January 14, 1846. In the above T Frank I.andrum. !Htarke.. Florida
B County Telegraph e h. a 11 publish .
i, 2823 York a lilt Street named Court and. cause, wherein this Order In Atty. for Plf. 12-14 4t 14 ,
sUlrn, Now plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Issue. next four weekly u house and the
I",, ire required to appear on County Telegraph shall I publish Witness hand IN ('IRrt'IT ("01'It'1'. BRADFORD l/c/ifI1a/J open S .
my and :
I"46' In the above this official
H Order In (OINT, .
rr next four weekly seal at Htarke, Florida this FI.ORID.41| IN IIAN.:
and s Issues. De.cemh..r VERY.Bella .'
-IffCnrrkx divorce, r.storatlonden !Witness my hand and 12, 1946. KI Inner. Person Plaintiff, HRISTMAS heart t.' '
official 1 ( vs.
name and custody of seal J. Thomas open 19. *. KM ..
at Htarke Simon
Florida ..tile De- As Clerk of said Court. Person Defendant. Case No ;:' \j w
-,- ... ., Zach H. Douglas, Gainesville Fla. 4J42.ORDER s)' v "I"
Atty. for 1>lt. 12-14 41 1.4 OF PITHLICATION .;

or Safety, Comfort and Economy . IN 11'1'1' -COVET BRADFORD HTATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Simon the time too for '',. .' :;I'

. COUNTY' FLORIDA IN OIANt Person, whose residence. and address \" ,' \
'.:RY. I. Avenue dui'rado No. 237, rn; it. ,f
FOR COURTEOUS Ovetta Lee Davis., Marseille., France '
- Carlton Davis, Defendant.. Case vs You are required to appear on us to greet our friends ,
CORRECT C = No. 4237. January 11. 194H In the above .
ORDER OP PUBLICATION named Court. and cause, wherein *.:;, \
INFORMATION Iru' AND NOTICE TO APPEAR duration seeks of maiden annulment name. and Urad re. thank them for their
I STATES OF FLORIDA to: Carlton ford County Telegraph shall to .'! \.
Davis, whose residence Is Company this Order In next four pub.halt :, ,.- J .,,
Pleura Phone 147 9' 7 H 29 Infantry Regiment AI'O 767 Issues.. weekly " ,. :" ; ;
% You Postmaster are required. New York to N. Y. Witness my hand and official ". ". hlf consideration of us : lt.'Pf i: ofi!! .

appear on seal at Htarke Florida, this December ', ;;;
January 14,, 1946 In the. above '
12, .
Ride Florida Motor Lines Greyhound Busses named Court and cause, wherein Uf6.10FFI"JAL ; I ufi III" Vhf
plaintiff SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ," !f.\ (
seeks divorce. Bradford As Clerk of said Court. and to i stem all \
UNION BUS County : w a
STATION Telegraph shall publish ','.
this Order in next tour Frank Landrum, Htarke, Florida . :>; }, If t.1ft'fG !
weekly .
I Temple Ave. LACY CONWAY, Agent Starke Fla. | issues.. Atty. for Pit 12-14 4t 1-' ', '. ,/ 'n'J ,

Witness my hand and official .: \ Christmas. 1
CIRCUIT (01 Rf. nilAUKOIIU Happy 1'1'I
seal at Starke, : very
Florida this December "
'O.' \
12 194S. CERY.TY. FLOHIIlt IN CHAN , , .,H , !I"i'L', fJ\1\
tot'PICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Raffaell ?I 1 !it/\/
f All Clerk of said Court. Romeo Plaintiff vs Dome. \ I"" ' , V, # .il
nlca ". :
Frisson Romeo "
1 Hnch. If. Defendant. i\t
Douglas, lalnesvllle, Fla.
s Atty. for Pit. 12-14 4t 1-4 Case ORDER No. 4246 OF PUBLICATION I f, Jt..

AND NOTICE .' i,r1't dni :::
IN: rlRCtlT fOIRT. RHADFOHU HTATE OF FLORIDA to: Dome. ,:t.41: j ,i
C'&UY.Alean COUNTY. FLORIDA IN fllA'S-: nlca Ft'Isionl Romeo whose address !"' '1
EVERYBODY Is Isolato No. 2 Cllosta No. ,
Moore Plaintiff vs Roy Lee 1 4
I Town of Messina. Providence of 1t.1j :
ENJOYS EATINGAT Moore Defendant. Case No 4238. Messina Country nf Italy. ".j,,,,, ,.',
ORDER 014- PUBLICATION J!' *j""I //fl.,;
You are required to
appear on
AND NOTICE TO APPKAR January 11, 1946 In the above 4 /
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Roy Lee named Court and muse, whereinplaintiff .I, J"" :
Moore, whose residence. J... 116 Cunnlnarham ,

he PARK CAFE January You are, 14. required, 1946. In the appear above on County Issue this order Telegraph seeks In shall four Bradford publish weekly I STARKE DRY CLEANERS & LAUNDRY :

named Court and cause' wh..relnplalntlft ) Witness my hnnd and official
seeks divorce. Bradford seal at Htarke, \
Florida this De.eemher I I

County this Order Telegraph. In next shall four publish weekly) (OFFICIAL 12, 1J'I.: .) A. J. Thomas, Junius M. Smith, Owner : 'l. '

Delicious Regular Meals Issues As Clerk of said Court. I" t t.j. ,
Witness my hand and official. 1 T. Frank. Landrum Starke Florida ;.;; J}"'
seal at Htarke. Florida this December Atty. for \
Healthful 12-14 4t 14
Vegetable Plates 12. IMS. e if)9. .: :) !
:JShort. Orders . .. As .Clerk of said Court. ,
Zaeh-H.' Douglas.ialnesvtlle. .-Fla. '.. .. ,
Atty. tor Pit. a..
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