Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 22, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Cross Quota Meeting Cub-Scout To ProgramA Discuss Chamber of Commerce In New Home;' City Lowers Light Rate-

t $$8,300; Cub Scout meeting activity to make in plans the New for Public Urged to List All VacanciesStarke's

River District will be held In the .. To Boost Household Use

State Farm Community House new Chamber of Commerce building a bright
Under Way' Sunday afternoon, Feb. 24, at 3
e and serviceable addition to the Call Street scene, opened its

p. m. doors Monday. The structure is conveniently situated on the Rate For First 100 KilowattsTo
This meeting will be attended
for the Red Cross County 1846 by M. G. Bos well. Scout executive courthouse lawn at the i n t e r section, of Call and Court I Farm Bureau Be Reduced To $6.50 ,
rive In Bradford streets.: Believed the first comrnunitytsponsored building.
Jacksonville and T. A. i
$$8,300 Instead of $11SOO Rowand, field executive of Live project since the erection of the Woman's Club, it representsthe Starting May '1stA

assigned, according to an combined efforts and contributions of businessmen and Meeting TonightBradford
by Dr. Oak.The
ement Rev. I.. A, chairman townspeople. ,.
chairman of theI Shepherd I sharp reduction in city light rates was ordered Tues-
[lerlons. of the New River District, Secretary Lucian Conner suggested yesterday that
, county Chapter. any- County's long realized day by the Council in joint meeting with the Bond Trus-
d I uota was reduced at the I urges all parents of boys of cub one not fully aware of the new building's importance to the need! for a nationallysupportedFarm tees. The change will be especially welcomed by owners of

;of ni' Herlong on the bing age to attend this meeting. community! : should drop around and observe the eagerness ,, Bureau will be met this domestic electrical appliances and others whose bills run

that this county would with which prbspective residents week and the solution of basic well above the minimum charge of $1.35. A principal mo- H

,lve any assistance from Starke to Get cilivial and military, applied for accommodations this problems begun, with local organization tivo behind the reduction was stated to ba the incentive it

Jam'ing this year due to accept the free housing ser- I I week, Conner said. Pointing to : Initiated under the will furnish for the purchase of electrical stoves, refrigera-

turn of the camp. This vice. This however is by no the presence of many navy uni- leadership of S. S. Baker, Field -- --- tors water heaters and like '

".not been taken into con Dial means the extent of the C ofC's forms en the street he expressed Secretary. Tho first meeting to items aa they become available -
the time the quotas TelephonesInstallation belief that Starke will inevitably which all interested citizens are Fox Hunters
>n at newly-expedited functions I making a substantial
become from invited will be held at the Courthouse
converted a Camp Form AssociationA
signed.Dahmer. Conner said. In a general contribution toward thetown's
Blanding to "home this Friday February 22,
ft ,
chairman of the of an automatic dial adjunct
sense the organization standard of living.
states that althoughe telephone system in Starke as pro- town" for navy personnel. at 7:30: p. m. group of enthusiastic fox higher
Ive, motes community growth and cooperation
does not officially open soon as "an industrial bottleneck" among businessmen.Now Businessmen along Call had a Thirty local farmers! who be- hunters of Starke and vicinity met .
has been cleared announcedthis word of for long tile Alachua at Heilbronn Effective May 1st the
arch 1, the present plan was that he has office and equip- congratulation Gary to County Tuesday night new
week by H. A. Bishop, owner Ennis and Fred Guy, of the Building Bureau of more than 500. willtransfer Springs for a fish fry and organization rates are described aa follows:
lunteer workers to solicit ment, Conner stated, that he Is able
> of the Starke Telephone Com Committee for their success their membership to the meeting of the New First 25 kilowatts, 10c; Second 25
ntrlbutors In the business to handle efficiently the varied inquiries )
pany. in obtaining labor and materials Bradford organization, Mr. Baker River Fox Hunters Association. kilowatts, 7c; Third 25 kilowatts
March 1 and then received daily by mail
before As in With the abundance of foxes said 5c Fourth 25 kilowatts, 4c.
a preliminary step the a fair share of which rented upon ;
the residential district wire and telephone. Since' the I said.It
ass ounding towns during the modernization of the local tele city's recent Sunday newspaper' donations and financial contri- was announced that the objectives to be In this region, the group ex- For commercial purposes the

rt of March. phone service the local company advertising which appeared on: butions. Aside > from this, the of the Bureau and Its importance pects to grow In membership and rates above the first hundred

the residential Is, now engaged in substitutingsome successive weekends in the Tampa! construction cost the C of C'a to the welfare of farmers stage many organized hunts kilowatts will be 40 up to 1500

tatlons in the 7,000 feet of undergroundcable Tribune, St. Petersburg Times, I treasury approximately $400. is to be fully set forth at M. C. Roberts was named president kilowatts, and will then drop to
ill l be conducted by for the outmoded pole lines. Miami Herald, and Jacksonville. Material and labor donations Included the meeting. At the present time and Bryan Whitfield secre 3c.

's Club under the direction First excavations have been madeon Tlmell.Union. there has been a.. ( in part: 29 Florida counties have membership tary. Charter members Included Domestic rates over 100 kilo-

L. A. Canova, chairman.Junlus Madison Street with further continuing response from persons. Blocks Maurice Hdwards; including the more recent Mr. and Mrs Roberts, Mr. and watts will be 2 l-4c.
will be Mra.
Istants work scheduled for the southeast requesting information regarding Roughing-In for plumbing K. T. additions, and are thus affiliated Mrs. Whitfield, Mr. and :Mrs, All rates are subjeot to 10 percent
h. Mrs. O. L. Beasley corner of town, and along Cherry local opportunities, housing and Shull, Vasco Forsyth Carl Ritch; with the American Farm Melvin MclClnney: Mr. and Sirs, discount If paid before the

Sternberg. .Street. accommodations! Wiring, Austin Winkler Excava- Bureau, which is of national scope Lynwood Watts Mr. and Mrs. R. 10th of the month.

unlor Woman's Clnb will H.'A. (Buddy) Bishop, Jr., who I The C of C will provide a clearIng tion for foundation trucking, Fred and maintains offices in Chicagoand W. Brannen, and Mr and Mrs. The old rates, which will apply

e drive headquarters of- Is supervising the project, said I house of information within Guy; Block laying, J, D. Mathews; Washington.In Frank Cone. for bills through April 30th, are

ich will be located as in that, barring delayed shipmentsof the city; mail pamphlets and other Floor finishing labor, Millard general the bureau Is described The first hunts will be an- aa follows:

years in the rear office material from Chicago, all of literature; collect data for the Judd; Tables and chairs, A. J. as a voluntary association nounced later, it was stated. First 33: kilowatts, lie; Second

H C. Wall Insurance the cable will be In place within' use of Industrialists and businessmen Thomas; Installation of electrical of farm families representing its 33 kilowatts, 9c; Next 3d kilowatts -

Girl Scouts will assist ; six weeks. ,who consider Starke's advantages wiring Bradford Hardware Co.; members in all ways pertaining to 60. Rates over 100 kilo- ,

ring material for mailingteer Mr. Bishop hopes that the necessary and endeavor to performall Installation of plate glass! Ben their welfare. It has grown to Hookworm TopicAt watts are the same as those ef

workers. dial equipment will be- other functions as may be re- Hall; Part of carpenter work C. encompass some 3,000,000 adultsin fective in May. .

erlong has asked the fol- come available during the ap- quired. L. Miller, F. A. Henry; Front door 1,900 counties and 45 states, The present rate for the first

to serve as chairmen In the proaching summer. This week an attractive 8' x 16', and hardware George Kopelousos and Includes over 5,000 of Flor- Teacher MeetRobert 100 kilowatts Is'$8.80 less 10 per

county communities: Van- Young Bishop stated that before sign giving mileage and descriptive ; Typewriter and Metal Filing ida's farm grove and livestock cent, as compared with the' new-

Levy Norman; Heilbronn.. the work begins he will attenda information relative to the Cabinet,' City Defense Council; operators. rate of $8.60 lets 10 percent.
orman and W. C. Clem- technical school in Chicago to Foundation G. Carter sanitation
town was raised at the intersection Desk Nat Sternberg; Problems are presented and
wtey, F. R. Carradlne, Land receive instruction in installing of US '19 and State 48. at engineering and building layout policies developed locally in open consultant for the State Board of Crawford Attends

Mrs. Q. W. Roberta; and maintaining the dial system. Green( 'Cove Springs.In Maurice Edwards; Window frame meetings, and are passed along Health will address the Bradford

, E. C. 'Long: Hampton, speaking of the housing re- priming Dewey Il'Williams ''and through the bureau's state' officials County Teachers Association at Commissioner Meet

May: New
, 0. W. ADarew8.ndtR.. J. L. HarrellAt l had ,been, receiving 'excellent: ,cooperation Hornick; _Scpe'-labor and level. Inthlsv' way-'farmers accomplish H0 P, nv.uxjLb* )waUj room;' *,,of' '" '+Rr,1.t iCrajr r w eii ot,th.

ews;,(jrnhem fir,$.'Waaersssa from propertyt owners, miscellaneous items:Fred Guy and t through unified rep the middle fauifdpg\ {) BUS. Board DIsttfct1 stst7 Commissioners'
Miss' Ida ifagan., LawteyHoi met but that some had not been as Gary Ennls. The material petition resentation, things which they Mr. Carter'will have as his subJect from Two, attended the

S. SIbley. prompt as they might in advisingthat was circulated;by Don Hoover. could not do individually "The Hookworm Disease",, annual meeting of the ''CountyCommlsnlonersi
Jenkins will call a meet- +dirp_ }- '"Mo'U"' s4 :R vacancies were filled. The Special building contributions, Mr. Baker, who operates out of and the prevalence of this diseaseIn Association In

colored workers soon ino ,':" :rr-' ,. I impression of community cooper- apart from general treasury pur- the Bureau's state office at Or- Bradford County and the great, Jacksonville on Thursday Friday
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select a chairman tor ( ation which the C of C fostersis poses, included; lando, pointed to a number of the damage It does! to' human peings' and Saturday of last week. He

ea. r .., sometimes offset, he said, when DeCandlo. $5.00; J. M. Darby. organization's previous accomplishments make it a matter,'of publi& con- was accompanied two days by

I I l->: weary house-hunters are sent toa $5.00; E. J. Dahmer, $5.00; SIs- Including enactment of cern. All citizen. interested In S. R. Hicks, county road foreman,

; ': '; listed home, or apartment, onlyto trcnk Feed Store, $5.00: ; Paddy legislation permitting governmentcrop child welfare are Invited to attend and the meeting waa also attendedby

ery Offered', /.. find that it has been occupied Libretti $5.00; D. EX Knight, $10.- Insurance of certain specific this meeting. A. J. Thomas, clerk' of the cir-

others Whod for some time. He also empha- 00; Roy's, Restaurant. $5.00; Mrs.Fronk crops; discouragement" of the exploitation H. E. Nutter of the School Service cuit court.

sized the need that he be speedily Hoover $1.00; Mrs.' Errol of Florida labor by Im Program ot the College'of Mr, Crawford said that' the

Churchnger notified when new vacancies are Alvarez, $2.50. ported organizers; an amendment education. University of Florida, group suggested new legislation

I Joseph Lewis Harrell, Sr., knownto created. The C of C's phone num- It was stated that the building requiring adjustment of price ceil- will follow Mr. Carter with a dis- concerning two cents of the gasoline -

> need baby {,nterfcrenother'a his countless friends as "Unclefoe" ber Is 190, with office hours from la! now reasonably 'well equipped, ings following crop disasters; ten cussion of the role of the teacherIn tax which goes to the State

attendance atn died at his home in Lawteyat 9 to 6, daily except Sunday.An but stands in need o f several per cent reduction in freight rateson a health education program. Road Department and asked to

Starke on Sunday morn- 6:30: ( a. m., Thursday, Feb. 14 Increasing number of ser- 'items, including Venetian blinds stocker and feeder cattle; appropriation have this portion allocated to the

after being in falling health for vicemen from Green Cove Springs :and door mats.Starkeites. for research on poul- Extension CourseIn counties for road upkeep.

"esley Fellowship Class, an some time. He was 66 years old try diseases and parasites; amend- J. M. Lee, State Comptroller, ,

roup of the Methodist having been born in Florence I I Gyped ment to require price ceiling announcements SpeakingIs spoke to .the group stating that
school: last Sunday In.ed County"S. C., on Sept. 6, 1880, a Rotarians before planting time Offered Here there Is a total of $31,000.000 surplus -

< its 11:00: la 12:00 o'- son. of the late Willie and Ella of I By Photo OutfitAn of crops affected; and strengthening funds In the State treasury

unday morning churchfor Bostick Harrell. He moved to of Florida's seed laws. H. P. Constans, head professorof and asked that this money not
babies and children from South Flor C of C Benefits organization known as Tiffany -
Lawtey in 1919 Among the Bureau's major speech at the University of be appropriated out. Mr Crawford

g to attend church TheIs ida.In all-powerful effectof Studios who gave its ad- Florida objectives are those to secure Florida, will conduct an extension said that In hla opinion this
located In the educa- the early part of his busi- Stressing in the advance- dress as 519 Reynolds Bldg., refunding of state road taxeson class |In "Effective Speaking" at money or part of It should be it

''Ulldlng of the Methodist ness life Mr. Harrell was a naval cooperation or town, Sam P. Winston-Salem, N. C., went tractor gasoline; to make medi- Bradford High School each Thurs- given to the counties for much- '
at Jefferson and Walnut stores operator and his later years ment of a city of the through Starke several weeks ago cal care more easily available to day afternoon at 3:30: o'clock In needed road repair.
were spent as a grower and ship Harn, and sold coupons for pictures for the middle building. The first
removal of farm Crawford {
Gainesville Chamber of Commerce member families; Mr. was asked to try
be used withan
rs of all denominations areo per of fruits and vegetables. He speaker at the $1. These were to surpluses by stimulating consumer class was held yesterday. to attend the national conventionof
was guest
of $1.95on
around additional payment
attend their church on was a familiar figure I Club Wednesday. demand; freight rate Justice for Although the class H Intended county commissioners which

mornings and to place the Lawtey shipping wrarf during Rotary reviewing the history of the day the pictures were the South; concerted endeavor to primarily for teachers who are will be held In Cincinnati, Ohio In
and handled Briefly made, to pay for an enlarged picture interested
all children strawberry season working for credit any person -
and babies in
commissioner said he
of Commerce move- that Florida pulpwood is given June. The
the Chamber of two see
rail- made from one proofs.
fruit via better
U of
< In becoming a
of the shipments
capable volun- large ment, the speaker stated that the the same price treatment that is had planned to discuss the problems -
''thodist He retired from The pictured were supposedlymade speaker Is Invited to enroll.
mothers who will way express.
Chamber was organizedin wood of like value else! of Bradford County at the
State given
rna each Sunday conduct- this business in recent years, since first and at a local hotel on the following of The fee for non-credit students
York State in 1768. where effective representation Jacksonville meeting but found
Is now New and holders of ; : fee Ii Is ,
nursery. the entire strawberry crop' Friday is $10, while a $1) chargedif
In Charleston -
before government
Chamber other counties were
members that so
the first city many
truck. tickets were 'to pick up their college credit Is desired.
ry pens and toys moved by 1773. Thus he and commissions. so'much that he
con- bureaus
were S. C., In : Per- boards, in worse shape
to Since the establishment of Camp proofs the next Saturday. Thbso desiring to enroll may
the project and are the Chamber of Com- the decided to keep quiet.
out Independent,
pointed to Though wholly
as "different hours
to Blanding he had been employed lions were told contact Mrs. T. H. Osborne super-
keep the young'm'lnda idea U not a new one for bureau enjoys the collaborationand Mr. Crawford also attended the
timekeeper at one of the large merce call for their proofs and throughout ) visor of county( schools.
warehouses there until forced to business men and pro $usive the day inquiries were made endorsement of county agents session of County Attorneys for

suggested by Mrs W. H. several months ago becauseof citizens have always felt the need :' at the hotel for members of the and all other public officials related Wood several hours and this meetingwas
' retire
chairman of the nursery ill health. He was well knownto to group together for their mutual studio who didn't show up. It'" i to agriculture. "The Farm BuysC. also attended by County At-

committee, that mothers readers of the Telegraph his benefit estimated that at least $200 was I Bureau," It was stated, "Is thefarmers' J. Carter Home torney Lex Green. -
r andprogresses
send their small children "Uncle Joe's Jaw'. com- Every community prospers collected through this area. lobby at Washingtonthe -
ay school at column in direct proportion: of the farm and Mrs. Glen Wood andIons
10:00: A. 1Lt \ and main spring Mr. I Girl Scout NewsA
philosophy public is warned to investigate -
of homely The
posed of Its citizensto ,
I' the home at
worry about them until of with the willingness bloc. are occupying
feature deals of this kind
popular .
"urch for the teachers will humor being a with one another thoroughly 370 Lafayette St.. which they
several cooperate fee., Mr. Baker said that temporary meeting of the Girl Scouts
'e children in the nursery the paper Harrell for was a years.member of the speaker stated. There is no before paying any officers will be elected at tonight's recently purchased from Mr. and was held Wednesday afternoon at
Mrs of
asses Church and the limit to the possibilities meeting with further elections Mrs. Carl Carter. 3 p. m. in their room In the
the Baptist He was very town that presents a united fronton In New Location projected as the bureau gainsIn The Carters have moved back to Episcopal Rectory. The regular
Masonic Lodge. concerning its wel- Jacksonville where Mr. Carter Is Wed-
of problems membership meeting will be held next
fond of children, and many In fare, he said.Stressing Tyus Dr" Goods moved Thurs- managing the Rita Theatres, one nesday and all scouts are askedto
ntion Parents! his leisure hours were spent the importance of day froj. tae former'' location at In Jacksonville and two in South attend.

making doll houses and toy for in dealing with tne puoSc 153 Call Street three doors east Roberts Building Georgia. They came to Starke In
paid' courtesy -Idell Landrum A Vivian McRae.
membership of tile neighborhood tots. stated that first to the building recently vacatedby of Blanding
t Mrs. Mr. Ham Nearly Complete the early days Camp
Teachers Association Survivors are his wife. impressions are the most lasting the Bradford Photo Shop. and opened a Jewelry and military -

*N !I""s than 40, both Lucy Harrell; three sons, J.Wil-J* and that a warm smile and a The change Is made to provide' Completion of the 110.000 ad- supply business, The Stag,

and parrots. TIle Harrell Jr.. of Jacksonville, friendly greeting might be the de- space for expanded stocks and for :.dltlon to the J. P. Roberts Motor on Call Street

enrollment| Is apprOxlSO. -, liam J. Harrell of L wtey;and K. factor in Influencing a customer convenience Mrs. H. K. Agency was announced this week, Mr. Carter was in Starke Wednesday OFClLI. .
IO: and tiding .
' Does your child B. Harrell of Waycross Ga.. of newcomer to remain in a com- Tyus, the, owner stated. with the display rooms and shop and \stated that he Is offering Cbt-!: '..

fhool Are you InterIn two brothers Jesse H. Harrell and make It his home. He The Tyus store has been serving extension! scheduled to open on or his store building for sale. 1'0' -' Ilc

hank his" or her futnreftDo Waynesboro. Ga., and William E. Stated that a Chamber of Com- the Starke public since last 1 e- before March 1st. He said that he would Ilk. to remain (,.." 'lVt a,,,. li1I.

that the teacher HarreU of Chattanooga. Tenn. could be of great aid to cember. The new building furnishes 9,000 In Starke but that there was "',..lJ.
an bear held at merce 7:3J ;
the mponsUMllty Funeral services were keeping fly-by- with of this of busi- J 4
ur at business men In square feet of floor space, not enough) type h.
future generations 9 o'clock Saturday' morning promoters out of town and 3,000 square feet allotted for a ness here now to Justify a store .
Ria a with the night Makes Solo FlightRobert
strong Parent the residence In Lawtey other ways. shop that will provide widely ex- of thin nature.
in many
r' A-" and the Rev. A
I 'acllltle ocUtlon the- recre- Rev G. E. Cutshaw was LuclanConner, secretary of the L. Conway. aged 17 panded facilities for the agency's 1 1j
of our eon,- Boyer In charge. Interment Chamber of Commerce ,service. Dodge, Plymouthand
t'all be Satur- Starke soloed In a Piper Cub Thursday repair Closed FridayThe
o'clock and
Improved. TheTeacher at 3 meeting
in TUtoa. Ga.. the directionof was a guest at this HarD after 10 weeks' tutoring by Ralph Firestone products will be
"lay In inert every 4th day afternoon under The funeral following the luncheon Mr. Cheshire at the local Airpark. displayed In the show rooms. local bank postofflce OPA
the dia-
Home ecw DeWitt C."Jones. remained for a round table construction begun the rent control office and county
is of The
a nephew
mon at 10 a. m. Young Conway
building of the High; cortege left Lawtey were Louie cus on of Chamber of Commerce and Lacy Conway agent of the Flor- first of November was by the agent's effke: will be closed all
at 2sSO MMUMembership Active pallbearer Mr. Conner of today (Friday) In honor of
Smith! Wainwright. Dan Harley Dave Members of the Starke or- ida Motor Lines and himself a Southern Building Contractors day ,
Lee George Washington's birthday.
11. John Godwin other Tampa.
Shuford Bill Plummer. ganlzatlon. Instructor
and L. F. Dinklns.


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i :j THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH New RiverBy Heilbronn SunnybrookBy announces Church the of following Christ In servicesfor Starke FOR RENT t tOR ,

School' Mm. O. E. Crosby
EnUbltohed 1877B. The School e .By. The. e a e I. . ..: . Sunday Feb. 24: Bible StudyI PART1tfElYTg

:. L. Matthew __________-_ Editor and Owner a . . I at 10 a. m. The morning worship ROO\IS:
Church services were held Sun- The Sunday School and BTU Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs were sermon by the minister, W Her- -

Published Weekly on Friday. and Entered M Second CUss Matter day morning and afternoon at theN of the Heilbronn Baptist Church visiting relatives in Gainesville I ron, will be entitled "The last invitation. AND IIOT HAFT
at Friday Sunday afternoon. !
entertained a party
mt the PWfrt Office at Starke. Florida. w River Baptist Church by were ." At 7 p. m. he will
Parrish of SantaFe. night at the home of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dobbs and -- -
the. Rev. Truby Orln Cowart. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Halslop were: speak on "Why the Church of or Weekly Rate,
Christ 'does not use mechanical
Mrs. Lula Norman Is visitingher business visitors to Jacksonville
; It Seems That. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sweat of son, Horace Norman, in Monday. .tMr. Dobbs remained In Instruments" of music in the wor CARL JDCity
Ralford were visiting Mr. and ship. "Come, let us reason to-
for observation
St. Vincent's Hospital
Miami. She expects to spend several Han
The plan as announced by the Salvation Army, fora Mrs. Carl Nettles and family weeks and return in March. by a throat specialist gether.

summer camp for mothers and children on its Bedford Sunday. Mrs. H. M. McRae and rs'l Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Lovell were '"' -I.
Lake property near Starke i is a grand idea. Chief Conservation officer and Owen McRae of Pine Level were I transacting business in Jacksonville *

Note the proposed camp will be for MOTHERSand Mr*!. Lester Mlckell and sons visiting Mrs. T. N. Norman Mon Monday.

children-not just! for boys and girls alone, whichis Ralph visiting and Charles Mr. and of Mrs.Morrlston M. L. day afternoon.R. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halslop and SEE FLY & BUY
usually the case. after. McCarthy and son, Harry, Mrs. W. C. Ward returned to their ,
I Johns and family Sunday
I As explained by genial Major Ernest Pickering, I noon. have opened their garage nearHeilbeonn. homes last Wednesday after thePiperCub
state commander of the Salvation Army, the plan is and Harry has been overseas spending' some time visiting rela-
and Mrs. P. B. Crews
Mr. and has received his discharge -
unable to ob- tives in Tampa.
to provide mothers, many of are
daughter, Annie i of Ft. Myers
tain help with their children, a pleasant spot where for were visiting Mr. and Mrs.! Roan from the army. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Woods of
Mrs. P. T. Roberts and two Jacksonville spent the weekend
will be relieved of much of the responsibility
ten days they Turner and other relatives over
were in Jacksonville on with his brother-in-law and sinter
of looking after their offspring. A supervised the weekend. We are glad that
and Mrs. H. B.
business Mr. Kelly.
of activities will be offered for the children, Mrs. Turner Is able to be home Monday. _. J
program Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and
I affording their mothers several hours of leisure duringthe from the Lake City Hospital and Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Starlingand
hope that she will soon be well son, E. D., spent the weekendIn children, Sherman and BeverleyJo FLIGHT INSTRUCTIONby
day. Cocoa. were visiting in Lake Butler
The Salvation Army hopes to have its camp herein again. afternoon.
and hundreds of care-worn Rob Andrews of Jacksonville I Mr. and Mrs. E. Johns of Kal- Sunday business Ralph Cheshire
operation by summer Mrs. L. S. Galloway was a
_ mothers will undoubtedly voice the sentiment of "the spent a few days this week with 'ford spent Sunday with Mr. and visitor in Gainesville last
Mrs. J. E. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Andrews.
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sooner the better Friday. r r .
Mr and Mrs. Gerald Adklns Mr. and Mrs. Russell! Carter and Mrs. R. R. Crosby is on the sick
and daughter Louise of Hamptonwere family spent Sunday in Jackson-
i Hat and we wish her a speedy
visiting Mr. and Mrs. ville with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Car- .
If property owners of Starke would spend ten or Eustace Kelly Friday afternoon.Mr. recovery.Mrs.. Otis Crawford and baby Conway-LibbyU-Fly-It Service
fifteen minutes in the new Chamber of Commerce office and Mrs. G. H. Pattersonand G. W. Barber of BaldwInIs Shirley of Lake Butler were visiting

here they would undoubtedly be more eager to Miss Daisy Monell of Lake visiting Mr and Mrs. G. A. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C> CONWAY AIRPARK

cooperate in supplying listings of vacancies and also in City were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Crews. C. Crosby Wednesday of last
when vacancies filled. Pvt. Ralph I.. Crews is spending
notifying the secretary are M. L. Johns and family Sunday week.
4 Blocks West of Union Bug
Since the Chamber of Commerce moved into its Mr. and Mrs. Mac McCormick his 19 day furlough with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and Station

new quarters on the courthouse grounds Monday it has of Jacksonville attended church Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Crews. children, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Phone 32 or ,147 Ring 2

been literally beseiged with requests for housing, both services and visited relatives in Mfr and Mrs. Charles Crews of Conner) and daughter, Janice, and

from Green Cove Springs Navy personnel and from Brooker Sunday.We Jacksonville spent the week-end Jimmy Crosby enjoyed a sing at

tourists. In answer to small advertisements placed in enjoyed our little Valentine with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ardell
afternoon at the G. A. Crews. of Starke last Friday
South Florida newspapers stating that rooms are avail Party Thursday Crosby -
Otis Morgan and son, Travis,
school house. Coca-Colas and a
able in Starke, letters, telegrams and phone calls have few night.
of Palmetto are spending a
of crackers were served. Don't B.T.U Saturday
variety forget
been flowing into the Chamber of Commerce office
days here on business.
night at 7:30'and church Sunday ONWAY'SService
Emory Johns made a business
since Monday. trip to Jacksonville Tuesday. Mary Jane McCarthy spent the night at 6:30: at Corinth. Everyone -
Although apartments are still most frequently requested weekend with Miss Cora Belle is invited attend. C
G. W. Andrews and R. R. An- Jones In Starke.
tourists for !'! As
some are eager! even rooms. Station
drews attended the livestock market -
Those from, here attending ser-
distance call from
one woman stated in a long phone in Gainesville Monday.Mrs. .
vices at Wateroak Church Sunday
"All I want is place to lay head
Tampa a my A. P. Johns and children, night were Mrs. R. McCarthy and POLICY PHONE 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE
down and sleep!t" .
Charlie and Barbara were visiting daughters, Mary Jane and Eliza-
If Starke property owners fail to cooperate with Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Connor of beth, Cora Belle Jones and Phil,

the Chamber of Commerce in helping to solve this Midway Monday.Mr. Emma Jo and Lucille Brown. Oil Changing

problem they are passing up a good opportunity to and Mrs. M. R. Nettles of Mr and Mrs. Raymond McCaw- ; Greasing

turn vacant rooms and other units into cash revenue. Trilby were visiting Mr. and Mrs.D. ley are announcing the arrival of w I I.ww.Var It

Therefore, if you know of vacancies of any type please C. Nettles and family and Mn a son on Tuesday, Feb. 19. Waxing

telephone 190 or otherwise notify the Chamber of Com and Mrs. D. J. Nettles Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Alvarez an- Washing
Donna Gail Upchurch was visitIng nounce the arrival of a baby girlon )
merce. Then, after the unit is rented, be considerate fl A PolishingTire
her cousin, Betty .Clemons, Friday, Feb. 8. She has been sa
enough to call again and have it removed from the .
list. 'You will help prevent a lot of trouble and inconvenience at Heilbronn Springs Saturday. named Linda Kay. ? Repairs
Mrs. D. J. Nettles was
if will remember to out obligation visiting
you carry your Mr. and Mrs. A.
A. Sweat of Rai-
ford over the week-end. I
R. R. Andrews, Russell ,Green CARPENTER'Si
and friends of Brooker attendedthe

Now that a long-time dream has been realized and revival meeting at Fernandina AMOCO GAS ONE HOUR

lire Chamber of Commerce is transacting business from Baptist Church near Jacksonville i ;iiUL 'gt OIL & GREASE

its own office :prominently located in the,business! section Thursday. night.
we t believe that a new era of interest-in1 this 'Vital Mrs. Della Thomas of Fort
organization is at hand. Myers arrived recently to spenda Lie Quaker State
while with Mr. and Mrs. Reddish InsuranceA
In the past a lot of misunderstanding has existed Andrews and family. Oil a

because many people do not know what a Chamber of Kenneth Turner, stationed with

Commerce is, and furthermore will not take the troubleto the Navy in Washington, was called Family's Sealed Containers

find out., Recently in the Lake Wales News we home last week because of the

came across this excellent explanation: : illness of his mother. Mrs. Riley Best Friend RIDE

"A chamber of commerce In primarily a community Wllks of Fort Myers Mrs. Tur- FLORIDAGREYHOUND AUTO LITE
btllldln 'organization. ner's sister, has 'also been at her BATTERIESLINES

The average citizen han only a ague/ Idea of what a bedside. Charley E. Johns
Chamber of Commerce U and dt",". The general Interpretation Mr. and Mrs. George Baker recently Inc.
returned to their home in
to that It U something to Itvunt the town to get conventions Agency BUSSESFor
or to briny In more touriata. Other think It Is Birmingham, Ala., after a visit INinne IS STARKE.. FLA.
with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp. PHARMACIST Safety OIJUUJNllIUIN.'. I
to atract new bimlneiw. and Industry to act official
or a*
We are glad to have the Up- Comfort &: Economy
greeter and explain oleo advantages of lUlnff In that city .s
church children, Frances, Jack, Phone 64 STARKE : s Phone 147 'II
which sponHom a Chamber of Commerce. Still other think and Donna Gall, enter our school. ......... Take Care Of It

Its only purpose la to handle local affair, for the citizens They have been going to Rising On-the-Minit Service I RsprsMntina THE TRAVELERS, Hartford -

aut a whole, and as representing Uiem. School, but have moved onto the I I

"A Chamber: of Commerce toms this and far more. It acts H. 1. Johns place. ,

as opokenman for the bu lnes. community and tries to develop -
group or community thinking along the line.. which All persons having claim or de-
manila against the state of John Have Coke
are considered desirable to follow by Its board of directors, M. Hoymuur, dcceasod, are hereby Join us. a
who shape chamber policies. otlfled and required to file their
claims In the
office of the County
i "A Chamber of Commerce. I. an organization, or group Judge or Bradford County Florida,

of forward looking citizen. of any (city bound together for In Ida the within Courthouse eight calendar at 8tarlte months, Flop- \

the purpone 01 promoting the civic, economic, moral and from the date of the first publication I
of thin notice, or the same will
social welfare' "of that community an well as to further Its become void according to law. This / I Ic
commercial and Industrial progress and wellbeing."It February a, 1946. + /I
John I.. Seymour
Is a banding together of men and women to secure Administrator of the estate of
the* benefits of organized effort by group action. John M. Seymuur., deceased.2-IS 4t 38C1RCVIT

ThiiH the community through the cooperation and coordination I
i.V: :
of Its. business and civic leaders, obtains what, It II COI'NTY. FLORIDAN! CIIAN.CRAY. .
could not, otherwise accomplish a* Individuals. tt's )
George F. Rhlnehart. Jr., Plaintiff /
Ojr belonging to such an organization each Individualmtunoer vs Lola M. Hhlnehart. Defendant.

,, secures. the benefits
together for: a common purpose. And every citizen AND NOTICE TO APPEAR (INI
e STATE OF FL.OUII to: Loin M.
of.. community, whether" he or she be In business or not Rhlnehart. 32d Third Street,New /

Weald belong, since thin group can endeavor to Improve Cumberland You are required Pa. to appear on L

ooudltloiv of any type requiring public attention. March 18. 1140 In the above named
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
Thus a body of people living In the same place haves eeks divorce and custody and support -
sort of Joint In of minor child. Bradford
ownership a city's progress and development County Telegraph shall publish this
and can participate In any endeavor. aimed at the Order '" next four we.klr l lasusa. I

public good 1 or which partakes of a common character, at Witness Starke.my Florida hand and this official February seal \

whether It be an evil which can be corrected by group action U 194 /
(o'rFICIAI. SEAL) A. J. Thomas. /(
or a good that can be aecontplUhed with a united As Clerk of said Court.
purpose" T. Frank Ijuulrnra, Stark. Fla.
Atty. for Pit.
j-ii 4t aPROMPT -
The only thing we might add to this is that the -. V

Chamber of Commerce is YOU, It is:: no more your ,, ,
neighbor's job than it is yours. Therefore don't be \

content to sit on the sidelines and ask why doesn't the I w

Chamber of Commerce do this, or why does the \ Ji!

Chamber of Commerce do that But become active in ,

J the organization, attend the meetings, and if you have -
better suggestions for advancing the interests of the _
town, they will be received with great appreciation.

.i 1 I refreshment adds a lift to lunch 1


BRADFORD BARBER SHOP Company always makes mealtime more fun. Food and friendliness just

Court St. We Appreciate Your Business naturally belong together. And there's no friendlier keynote for lunch

__ '. v- W. J. Trather R. L. Morgan SERVICEDAHMER'S than the. cheery invitation Have a Co\e. It 'says, W,Ve not only here '

I to eat but to enjoy it. Ice-cold: Coca-Cola makes lunchtime friendly

__ M Can Use More PulpwoodWRITE GIFT SHOP refreshment time. a real occasion for the friendly pause.. _1 ."Coca.CoLa-Coke -Coca-Cola its abbr viatioVCok I!


Container Corp'n. of America. Feraandina. Fla. marks whichcuiah tIw proaI I II

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I . . . . . . I now that are quite large.I ,visited, rested and had time to iv: cmrriT.-NTV, FI.OHII1AI COIMT. BB!..'I CHAN.CBHY >KOIIUCOI r

mployed Pay Graham note the trees are budded and meditate. Good nlte. God bless ,:;;--:
By 13 Clay Hill There will you.-Lura.IN neimle !Smith' Plaintiff vn. Ivey ; ;
eived getting green. surelynot Smith. Defendant Case No S.l lORDBR .

In Bradford By Mrs. Edward Norman By Lara Burgess be any more frost. rllu..r ,roi'HTtOlVTV. BRADFORf OF Pt'mjCATION .. YI
oloyed persons ; FLUUIUAI IV CIIANI'.HV. ANt) NOTION TO AI'l'EAIl' : t'IVM
In unem- . . e . . e S Many people have sweet potatoes (' STATH OF FI.OItin\: Ivey -
ty recsiveenB1on paymentthe bedded to make draw: The Aram Oarlb. Plaintiff. v". N rrtUarlb 'Smith whose residence. la unknown. '. ..
8- BIRTHDAY DINNER \\1IERKIN STRAWBERRIESARC Irish potatoes are already planted. Defendant Ca.. N.... 4413. i You are ri'qiilreil' to appear. onMarrh (9 i i717MADE )
Feb. ORDER OF PUBLICATION 14, 146.! In t the _hovsnamed
Eugene Jones BIRD
the dmen celebrated
g were and 3 A.\l: ) NOTH'H TO APHBARSTATH !: I Court and cause, wherein
i ese, 13 to which his second birthday anniversarywith SINGS AND EVERYBODY IS Earl Padgett, one of our bus OF' FIXMUDA tot Nevart plaintiff seeks, divorce: llrndforilCounty TO ORDER
Classifications Uarlh, whoa* rmMenm and eddressIs TelvKranh shall publish thin
en. made are as ft*. a family dinner Sunday at HAPPY. drivers, has been Ito with flu. 610 W. 190th Street New York Order In next. four weekly IMMUPKAVItneM IALTY
ents were the home of his grandparents, Mr. There was no one to drive the I New York. my hand, and official, seal SPEC
mechanic, carpenter.auto "So nature deals with us, and at Btarke, Florida thin February
and Mrs. Edward Norman. Present Ton are required to appear on
: colorlat,p h o t o g- takes away bus. My intermediate grade March 1*. 1916. In the above 13, 1946. BAKERY
worker operator, far- were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Our playthings one by and teacher Miss Eunice was absent An Clerk nf said Court (OFFICIAl. SEAL A. J. Thomas, LAPPE
er, compressor Jones and daughter, Carolyn, of one four days. named Court and cause, wherein AH Clerk (if sold Court.. '
,. rigger, by the hand HrndfordCounty tit ..k", Florida.Atty. .
Brown "
machinist. plpefltter plaintiff leekn divorce 1 H O.
Rising Mr. and Mrs Rufus Green Here is: last ninth : Telegraph shall puhlleh thl.Order for 1'lf. 2-15: .t S.,
t rue k driver, Leads us to rest so gently that I my grade .. ,
trallor ., .
ttter ,and daughter, Nellie, and grand In next four weekly laaue ,, .. "
class- He la brilliant student .
and not we boy. a very -- '
driver, welder, :son Junior 'Mr. and Mrs. Clyde i. go Witness my hand and official neal : n : ; I 1
Scarce knowing if we wished to c'ever and can make a good at !Starke' Florida, thin February
'Robel'lIn. all of Brooker, Mrs. talk any time. He is an "A" stu 13. 1918.
representative of the social Victor Jones and Mr. and MrS. go or stay. T. Frank tandrum, !'Starke Pla
and the federal -Longfellow.I dent. Everyone! loves Hulon. 'My Attv. for Pit *.la 4t S-8 SUPPLYCORNER
r Ity board John McKinney and family. Dinner name Is Hulon Herndon. I was (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, FARMER'S'

oylXlent agency morning are, In present the was served on tables In the lay In the bright sunshine to born in Georgia, October 21. 1931.I IN: "IRr'.IT coi'RT. RRA.DFORD i
Thursday eat. I looked and listened witha have grey eyes fair skin dark roi'NTV. rkoniuAi IN CHANCKRY. -
to meet with appllfor yard.Mr. certain 'peace in soul. The 10TI1 & CHERRY STREETS
houae or unemploy and Mrs. Willard Lenton of my blonde hair. I am five feet high Fern Thompklnn. Plaintiff. William a
positions Lake Wales are upending a few bees hummed over the peach tree and weigh 82 pounds. i startedto Floyd Thompklnn, Defendant
compensation payments. In bloom. A mocking bird I Case No. 4411.OHDER .
with Mrs. Lenton's brother sang school In Georgia and only mov-
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. In the holly tree. The above lines ed to Florida a year ago. I like NOTICE TO APPEAR Feeds
Austin Fowler. of a great poet came Into my people and my hobby Is feeding Floyd 8TATB Thompklrm.OV FLORIDA whcme to:residence WIlMitm Ballard & Ballard

Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conner thoughts. How true; day-by day horses, mules and hogs. Mylather's and addrena. \la unknown.You .
things are taken from us; our name is Frank Herndon." are required. to appear on PRINT SACK ,
and daughter Janice, of Rising March 1*. 1046 In the above
Ip 6 were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed- loved ones and little things we I must add that Hulon likes books named Court and cause, wh..reln'' -- .. -
treasured. I just want to be and loves to read. plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford -
ward Norman Sunday evening. County Telegraph. shall publish. thl.Ord..r 4.10 bag
aware of things, to possess an Sow & Pig Ration - per
John McKinney and W. P. Ben- Here Is "Golden Salad-1-2 cup In next four weekly Inxuei.WltneHK .
understanding other ,souls to my hand and offlrlul.. twalat
nett attended the Lodge meetingIn be stabbed by their pain and sor raw carrots grated, 1.2 cup cel- iHtnrke, Florida this February
Gainesville Monday night. ery, cut finely 1-2 diced or 13. 1916. I
McKinney row. I want to grope along the (OFFIt7ASFAL) A..1. Thomas, Scratch Feed . 4.25 per bag
Horace, Otis and J. D. way and In a anges. Blend together with dash An Clerk of Bald Court.T. .
grasp sympathy
spent Sunday In Waldo with of Halt. Add mayonnaise to make Frank ndrum, Starke, Fla.
._ --
hand that needs me. To have Atty. for Plf. 3.11t S-8 '-
their aunt Mrs. Bill :Melton. a well covered mixture. Arrangeon
courage, even tho wounded, to .
John McKinney and Frank Ab- lettuce leaves. Serves six. IV f'inn IT riii'HT. IIR-">point Mash - 4.75 per bag
fight on, knowing that some dayI ("OI'N''Y, FI.OIllUll I-S:' CHAN.'KUY. Starting -
ernathy attended the funeral of must lay my armor down. My LADIES have an apron pat ( I -
Plaintiff Myrll ------- -- -
James Uouiflnn vs --
EXPERTVORKMANSHIP Mr. Saxon In Hampton Saturday.S work forever o'er, being too full tern very smart that takes one DoucrlnH, Defendant. I'une No. "14.

2-c Beryl Casey returned to of sleep to understand or care. yard of material only. A sack ORDER OF PITRLJCATION Broiler Mash 4.75 per bag
his base In Daytona Beach Tues- makes! a nice apron trimmed with AND NOT1CF TO APPEAR
Then will I be just another star RTATK' OF FLORIDA to: Myrll
[ day after spending a 15-day: leave forever shining in ,the sky. rick rack. If you write to me Douglas. whose residence and addrOHB -
with his parents Mr.\ and Mrs.T. i asking for it I shall be glad to IK '!II Cheater Ollden, U N.I F.d3:80; :
The strawberries are being har Stlnxon Avenue, UlouceHtvr, New bagJUST
L. Casey. vested. One of ninth grade,j I cut you off a pattern and mallit Jersey 20 p. c. Insured Dairy per
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Frazier and my to you. Address me Maxvtlle You are required\ to appear onMarch ,
girls, Lula Mae Mosley broughtme 11. 19- 8. In the above --
ALL WORKGUARANTEED sons were shopping In Gainesville : Fla., Rte. No. 1, Clay Hill. Ican't named Court and came, wherein I
over a pint of luscious bee.rtes. ,
Saturday night and visiting relatives I cook unless I wear an plaintiff seeks dlvurcv. Ilradford RECEIVED
I surely enjoyed them. County TvlpaTHph shall publish thin
in Waldo Sunday. 'apron. Order In next four weekly \iHtiue
Friends will be Interested to I Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Padgett and Nine more weeks of school. Witness, mv hand and offlclnl seal. Bolts
'mother Mrs. Ger tie Falrcloth, at Htnrke, Florklu, thin February Line Carriage
who Complete
know that Sgt. L. C. Smith Hurray. I shall be happy. I have I/. 1916.! '
U CAN ENTRUST YOUR has been stationed In Lake Char- 'I motored up to Savannah Ga., to decided to go to college at Stetson (OFFICIAL" HEAL! ) A..1. Tliornan,
OUR time, was discharged visit relatives. They went Thursday University, DeLand this summer AN Clerk of mild Court.T. .
FINEST WATCH TO les. La., for some Frank '.TjanOrum StarVe. Tla.
CARE this week at Camp Blan- and returned Saturday. and next winter. I shall en- Atty, for Plf a-H 4t 8-8

ding and with his wife and daughter Robert Taylor planted corn and i joy studying classes and gettingmy --- --

Matilda are visiting his peas last week. The hum of the degree. One is never too old

\ mother, Mrs. L. C. Smith at the tractor was heard all day long. to learn. Life Is one long school.
home of her son-in-law and He also has baby chicks to sell and Tonight I am happy. I have hada

STAG daughter Mr. and Mrs. Henry I. has over a thousand in brooders nice time-I have gone riding, t'JEVI TIMESAVINGSCHEDULES

Rogers In Waldo. ,
Mrs. Nate Dyal and Miss Bertha .

Carter Bldg., Starke ,Loper of Theresia were shopping
In Jacksonville Monday. We Are Pleased to Announce That We

'" Are Now Ready to Serve The Public _

EA Tat JOE'S GE1L.L In Our New and Larger Location at AND ADDITIONAL SERVICE

:3 !Miles North of Starke on Road 13
147 West Call Street. We Invite Our '

Fried Chicken and Sea Food Customers_ New and Old, to-Visit Us NOW IN EFFECT !

*' -f Our Specialty In Our New Location. With .Xur} En- .

larged :Floor Space and Fresh New

Stock, We Feel That We Are ,Now In '1

B>RANSFER Better Position To Fill Your Needs.



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For Safety Comfort and Economy .

With the lifting of O.D.T. Regulations, Florida Motor Lines announces

FOR COURTEOUS I additional and better bus service between all Florida cities, s

\ INFORMATIONPlease CORRECT I tr "7 jf. providing the most frequent schedules in the history of the state.

-, Phone 147 .. Have You Noticed BUSES DAILY TO

Ride Florida Greyhound Lines, Inc. Busses 9


Stauke. Fos.w |
Ave. LACY CONWAY. Agent Iof The Difference ? I > ,

et lJ 5tl141fcu 5t1/t1pleJ BUSES DAILY TO

boast about 9
I can now my

e dry cleaning. Complimentsare TAMPA & WEST COAST
of this Clean, Family Newspaper coming in from all of


Fiee_from crime tad *coMd .MM... Free from- ped.l Interest" control.. Free to tell you felt foolish making the BUSES
the troth about world erentt. In own world-wida tff of corm9poedenq above statement. Of course 4

bring yoa oa bepor newi and Ira meaojo to you the fact still remains that LAKE CITY & ATLANTA

and to dip roof..od-mi1 keep./. Each! Jatae,filled with unique aelf-help feature GOOD CLOTHES CLEAN GOOD. .

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It I advertised mer
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chandise. All of the

Starke handle this good

merchandise. It is not necessaryto .T.O,
1 go to other towns for your

d book.. clothes. MIAMI & EAST COASTUNION
'r''FWlth.a : Buy your clothes: in Starke
and have them cleaned In Starke

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t} 'OJII$ FOUR I I a

Cisne-Sternberg Wedding Party I I'Mrs. Lex Green Lovely Shower

: SOCIETY and CLUBS Elected PresidentOf For Miss Murrhee

: Woman's ClubThe
I Mrs. A. J. Thomas

i Miss Lillian Sternberg Weds R. G. CisneIn I Woman's Club held its Feb- One Wiggins were o hays
k l L in the clubhouse shower ;
ruary meeting: ; :
Beautiful Home Ceremony SaturdayIn 1 Wednesday afternoon of last week the home of the former 0

a marriage ceremony markedby years. At the time of her mar- )4 ___ s s The most important item of busi- from Walnut 3:30 Street until 5 Friday t.*

simplicity and dignity, Miss riage she was associated with her 4ie di ness was the election of officers of Miss Alma o'clori r
in for the new and reports of ,
Lillian Sternberg, daughter of Mr. father in Sternberg's Store i year ding to Tlldon wholl
and Mrs. N. Sternberg of Starke, Starke.Mr. the retiring officers. Gainesville was Counts s '

and Richard O. Cdsne, son of Mr. Cisne !Is a graduate of the Mrs. L.' A. Davis Mrs. T. H. nesday night, Feb.an event:

and Mrs. W. Q. Cisne of Carbon- University of Illinois and at the I Osborne and Mrs. W, H. Hart Church\ of the 20 In :

dale, III., were united in marriage present has his own orchestra and served on the nominating committee Nazarene
Saturday evening at eight o'clock also operates a booking agency and the following officers were were greeted at th?
by Mrs..
in the home pf the bride's par- with headquarters In Champaign, Y elected; president, Mrs. R. A. Ralph Alvarez 8114,
sented to
ents on Walnut Street. Ill. Before being: released from .1r Green; 1st vice president,* Mrs. the receiving\line
The Rev. L>. A. Shepherd, Chap- the service several 'months ago, E. L. Biggs; 2nd vice president, was composed of the hoeorq.
lain of the State Farm, officiatedat he was stationed at Camp Blan- Mrs.'Junlus Smith; 3rd vicepresident hostesses. Mrs. Jolul

the ring ceremony in the pres- ding. + Mrs. L. A. Canova; and 4th presided over the brtdrt boQj(

ence of the immediate families and Reception In'Held r 1r I vice,president, Mrs. W. R. Morse; Miss Louise Stern Uaheilld''

a few Intimate friends.An I Immediately following the wed- I treasurer, Mrs. 'C. .H. Nasworthy guests into the dining to lU

Improvised altar was formedof ding ceremony, a reception was t I 'and recording secretary, Mrs,. W. was white beautifully decorated) b
native in the living J and yellow
greenery ) B. Sewell. color
t held in the Church Service Cen- 9:4 The tea
Placed each aide were table,
room. on
I ter. Welcoming the guests at the '* t Mrs. L. A. Davis was selectedto white lace covered "'J:
tall floor baskets with arrange- cloth,
rw was
door were Mr. and Mrs. Stern- write a history of Starke as with
ments of white gladioli, snap- a tasteful
berg, and standing in the receiv- |was requested of each club in the white arrange:
dragon Iris, and sweet peas. Tall narcissi and
ing line were the bride and bride- Florida Federation. The yellow l01I
group in ;
seven-branched candelabra, hold- tt a cut glass bowl
groom and their attendants.The w voted to contribute to the "milk 'nus
ing burning white tapers, were enhanced
Center lounge was decorated !, for underprivileged children" fund tall !yr
1 placed on each side of the altar. tapers in candelabra ,
with wild plum blossoms r J which Is being sponsored by the ands
Low silver candelabra, placed on x anced by the silver
the mantle and at other points of and Calla lilies. The bride's table PTA. gifts were displayed service .
vantage throughout the living was* overlaid with an exquisitelace 4, g:. r The clubhouse was attractively: tables about the room on

room and holding white tapers, cloth and centered with the decorated with bowls and basketsof Mrs. H. L.
cast a soft glow over the lovely tiered wedding cake. Flankingthe pictured above are members of the Cisne-Sternberg wedding party. From left to right: Miss azaleas for this meeting' Miss the tea table presided
setting. centerpiece were lighted white Grace Green, maid-of-honor; Mrs. Glen E. Wood, matron-of-honor; Miss Lillian Sternberg; Richard Dottie Sue Biggs gave a musical Sparks, Madge Mlssei St,

Prior to the ceremony, a program tapers in silver candelabra, and G. Cisne; Gene Robinson, best man; and N. Sternber -(Photo by T. H Osiiorne) selection during the afternoon. Ann Wiggins Brownlee'Peggy
j oC nuptial music was ren- placed at each end 'were glass .- Miss Mildred Minchew, Red 'the served
dered by Mrs. M.. Galloway, punch bowls. Cross worker, now stationed at afternoon. Muss
Ladies Cisne-Sternberg
I Episcopal Nice to know Stern played several
pianist. Miss June Patel, soloist, Serving punch during the even- that my col- the Jacksonville Naval Hospital, I piano
sang "I: Love You Truly" (Bond) Ing were Misses Janet Anderson, Serve LuncheonFor Wedding Party umns are put to some good use spoke briefly on her two years' Mrs.lions P and, S.Mrs.Denmark W. L. Andl'lllli,

and "Because" (d'Hardeot). The Joan Carpenter, Marian Brown Guests DinnerMr. other than starting fires! service overseas during World furthered
SundayThe at In serving the
Incidentally hear that Caudle Is guests
traditional wedding marches were and Margaret Monteith. War II. She was brought to the
president of the BTU at Blue About 30
used. Assisting in entertaining were Ladies Auxiliary of St. and Mrs..N. Sternberg en- meeting by Mrs. Edward Bums, guests called t
The bride, who was' given in Mrs. Junius M. Smith, Mra, G. B. Mark's Episcopal Church enter- tertained members of the Stern- Mountain Good going! executive secretary of the local the afternoon to be with

marriage by her father, had as Flynn, Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs. tained church members _with a berg-Clsne wedding party with a Glimpsed A. E. Wall in town Red Cross Chapter.The Murrhee and the hoatessei.

her matron-of-honor Mrs. Glen E. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. J. Fred Guy, luncheon following morning ser- dinner at the Bamboo preceding last weekend, taking a breather following officers are retiring -

Wood, and as tier maid-of-honor Mrs. R. G. Kldd. Mrs. C. A. vices Sunday In honor of the Right the wedding rehearsal at the home from his Job with the Industrial : Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs. PTA Will Meet

Miss Grace Green. Darby Mrs. 3. R. WainwrIght, Reverend Frank A. Juhan, Bishopof Thursday night of last week.A Commission in Tallahassee E. L. Bigga. Mrs. R. A. Green, Next

Mr. Cane had as his best man Misses Evelyn and Lillian Stump the diocese of North Florida, delightful three-course din- Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs. J. M. Wednesday

Gene Robinson of Champaign, 111. Mrs. J. G. Godwin, Mrs.]! O. 1. who conducted the morning ser- ner was served on a long table Hear that George and Betty Smith, Mrs. W. H. Hart?Mrs. M. The February meeting ij
The petite brunette bride chose I Manassa are victims) of the At- F. Brown and Mrs. K G. Duncan.
Beasley, Mrs. W. D.'Mundy, Mrs. which was centered with a floral Parent-Teachers Association J
for her wedding a gown of white H. C. Brown, Mrs. T. F. Grady, vice.Mrs.. Mattie Gahagan and Mrs. arrangement of'white carnationsand 'lanta housing shortage, having Hostesses for this meeting were be held Wednesday afternooafj

satin, fashioned with a fitted I Mrs. W. H. Graham.Mrs. M. Gaha- R. J. Davis were in charge of the purple iris. This was bal- had to give up the nice.apartment Mrs. Mattie Gahagan, Mrs R. A. 27 at 2:30 p. m. In the B

bodice and voluminous skirt, ter- gan, and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. luncheon which was given In the anced by tall yellow tapers in they occupied for several years Green, Mrs. Floyd Green, Mrs.J. Economics room of the

minating in a long train. The After spending some time with Church Service Center. There holders. Places were marked with when the owner returned to the T. Guy, Mrs. L. D. Halnes. Mrs.P. School. An interesting

bodice featured shoulder a effect.chiffon yoke The and their guests Mr. and Mrs. Clan were about 25 present 'and the cards and favors in. the valentine city Betty and the childrenare D. Fancher', and Mrs.' W-;;" J. will be presented by membaij pro

dropped long leftfor their new home in Cham event was held in order to give motif. staying for the present with Epperson, Jr., and delicious, re- the student body.
sleeves made with
: were narrow chance to be- ,her parents, the Bill Stringfel- freshments were served following
palgn.Methodist church members a
points falling over the back of Guests included members of the The Executive Board d i
I lows, at the State the
come acquainted with Bishop Farm, while business session.
her hands. Her full Ipngth veil wedding party and housegueats of I is Association will meet at the I
at Atlanta
bunking the
of tulle and lace was caught to WSCS Juhan. Mr. and Mrs. Sternberg who were of the president, Mrs L H J
The Bishop spoke Sunday morn- ASF Depot The only vacancy BirtMedlockWilliam Jefferson
her head with sprays of orange here for the wedding. Present nings on and Bay S
blossoms on a Dutch cap of Vene- Has,Meeting MondayThe ing on "Putting service above were Miss Lillian Sternberg, Rich- they've heard of so far was a tiny at 2:30: p. m. Monday.All .

tian lace. Her flowers were Calla a'nd self.'* His visits' are always look- ard G. Cisne, Gene Robinson, Mrs. apartment 35 miles away for $85 G. Blrt of Hamptonand parents are. urged to It:
lilies tied with a white satin bow. business> program meet- ed forward to with interest Glenn Wood, Miss Grace Green, a month So you see, there Katie Mae Medlock also of and become members of the I

I I Mrs. Wood wore a lovely gownof Ing of the Woman's Society of Dr. and Mrs. Sam Sternberg, Mr. ARE worse places than Starke Hampton, were quietly married by elation. Only a very small?

blush pink taffeta fashioned Christian Service in was held Mon- Baptist Circle and Mrs. Juniua. M. Smith, Miss Just like I've said all along Judge E. K. Perryman on Satur- I centage of the parents are i
afternoon the' Methodist
day :
with a fitted bodice' and a full June Patel.-Mrs. Merton Gallo- day, 16. bers.
recreation building.: A large Has Study CourseEleven _
skirt. The gown was designed the Rev..a: d Mrs. L. A. _
"I with a sweetheart decolletage andbraceletlength bowl containing lovely pink aza- members of'the Baptist way Shepherd and. Mrand: Mrs M. So long .' See you lithe Mra. P. Jv Langford of Frost I 7PVV 'G. Halle Sr., spent !
leas centered the president's table. '
sleeves. She car- Business Women's Circle met in W. Hogan of Daytona Beach and next proof was a Tuesday guest of .week In Miami and ArcadIa
ried pink tulips and sore match- Mrs. W. EX Mfddl ion presided' of the Detroit Mich. 'ill'i -Carolyn.i Mrs. W. B. Sewell. i i'returned home Monday.OREMUNEY1lR .
ing flowers in her hair. over the business session. Mrs.:; the Sunday School annex *si av.! s r..._ ...... ........... ---
L. A. Davis gave a lengthy report, church Monday night:for a study I -
Miss Green was becomingly of the work of .Social Christian course. The book studied was Mr. and Mrs? C., L., Hill and
gowned In powder blue taffeta and of Pamona,
Women and Stewardship" daughter Fatty
Relations, and Miss Kate Struth
made along similar lines., She also reported on ,work among the chil- each chapter, was reviewed by Rev.. Calif., will arrive next 'week 'to
carried tulips and wore matching L. D. Haines and those taking the make their home for,awhile with

flowers,in her pair.. dren.Mrs. ,' course. were questioned on the Mrs. Hill's mother Mrs.. BerthaPearce tJl
I. P,
Shepherd, chairmanof
Mrc. Sternberg, mother of (he book. while Mr. Hill attends the -
bride, was gowned In a brown mission study; announced that A covered dish supper was held University of Florida in Gaines- at CANNON'S NEW GROCERY
dress the book for spring study will be
crepe fashioned with aide
draped effect and accented ,with The: Cross ..Over Africa", by following the, course. ville. IN THE WINKLER BLDG. 220 N. Temple Avenue

sequins. She wore a. shoulder Newelf a.'Booth; the time for the -

corsage of orchids. study will be :March 14 and 15, at
The bride Is a graduate of the 2:30: p. m. in the Church School 1 Saturday, Feb. 23- Specials '

Bradford High School and studied rooms. The new Bible study book : &CJLLIArIlowsabout

dancing in !New York for two to be used In the circles is "The
Fatherhood of God." Luzianne Coffee 1 lb. .29
The -
annual conference of the
WSCS will be held In Tallahasseeon a ten minute break, Barbecued venison, wild tur- _J __ j g*
Auto Radio April 2, 3, 4. Mrs. Titus Olson folks? ", Think we need It, don't key, goose, and duck-so much
What with three of our that even the ravenous 45 could
was elected as a delegate to you
Grain Rice .45
REPAIRS this meeting.The most popular Call Street lassies only consume little more than Long 3 lb. pkg. -
Carolyn Green Jacq Andrews and half of. iti! Can't begin to ,
program was opened by Lil Sternberg-getting married In tell you who all was there, but .
Miss Olive of
, Ray. reviewing part. rapid succession It has really hadus did hear that the group included
the chapter of "Pea ThroughHis
I SEE e going around in circles Charles and Virginia Darby, Her- Gibb'sBeans,1Jb.can -.12
Cross"; Mrs. W. 'B. Sewell
wevve them all long and Norman Jean Adams, -
; i I Chas. C. ShepherdAT reviewed "Conditions that threaten But now that seen ,
well wed, we can sit back a while Red and Irma Buford, the Titus -
lasting In Africa" and
Miss Amy Cobuin peace talked ; "Af and rest on our laurels .. Or Olsons, the Dr. "Herlongs, Harry -
I on can we? Who'll be the next, and Hilda Houston, and Jeannette

1 Gay's Service Station rican The motherhood"meeting was. closed with I wonder? Lll's marriage to Young Hear that Doc Herlong's Blue Rose Rice 3 ft.; pkg. .3.32U.

I prayer by Mrs. K. K. Perryman. Dick Cisne came oft handsomely venison hash was quite the ,
Saturday night In spite of a persistent hit of the repast .

For 'Your Insurance Needs See middle telephone of the ceremony call right In. the. 1 Pleased to see Edna and Bill S. No. 1 10 Iba. "SPECIAL"' lb. ;

N. D. Seems 'twas Just some of Dick's Nail back in these ,parts after a I
WAINWRIGHT Potatoes Backs15
JR. Fat
Champaign. Ill., pals trying to few weeks at their,,'old home in -' .45 1

I Write Fire, Life, Automobile, Casualty have a bit of fun via long distance Tennessee I>ea;: Bill has ac-

131. East Call St.: Over Sternberg's Store but it gave the wedding cepted a job at, the,, State Farm 3' Ibs. a.Grade "A"Chuck ib
Phone 151 party an uneasy few minutes before and Edna will aid Lex Green in .

I Virginia Smith managed to his Senatorial campaign' .. She Sweet Potatoes .30 V) Steak j
get the phone bell muffled helped him when, he ran for Gov- -
i ernor, remember? i Quite a 65!

I, .t11 ,- ', Incidentally, It seems that Lil flurry created at ,,the shower for Green lb. Brookfield l lb->:
Ii i ij
Alma Murrhee
and Dick set a new record for teat Friday when

sticking around the premises after the Leila honoree opened her gift from Cabbage .04 Butter -, S[
the ceremony was performed Mundy-a I pair of nylons!
No wonder! Hear N. T.
'Twas such an Interesting gather-
Rltch is ca. Fresh Dressed & DrawnPOULTRY
Ing back at the Sternberg domicile now with the Seaboardin JUICY' IbT

after the reception that*Lil and West Palm Beach and writes 0)

Dick, couldn't break away until Betty that he is lucky to have a Oranges .08
tar two ayem! "After all. it'll be cot to sleep on Haircuts are -, At'All Times!

1 le j a 'long time before I get back $1 there and everything else In -

home, and' why should I miss all proportion .Roswell Noegel
t Jr"k" the fun at my own wedding?" sent his ex-coworkers in the post PLYMOUTH ROCK

I reasoned the lovely Lit And office a bushel of bananas from

F _ why Indeed? I might add Miami tother day Seems he's Vienna Sausage 8 oz. can -.32

I I Latest news from those other working there While they con- t.
I S.wiww. y.yM.MI newlyweds, Jacq and Leon Moorer struct a building in nearby Oak- -

I has it that they'll be at home to land Park for a business .

I i DEDROOta SUITS friends !In Miami instead of California Doris and 'the children are still ibb's
Catsup 14 bottle
In Starke '
-4 Pieces aj first planned! That's oz. -

$98'.50f: I to '$198.50 showing good Judgement, says I -
r, r A' Hear Joe Andrews (Jr.) will Glad to see one of our old
.i DINING ROOM SUITS stop briefly at Camp Beale, Calif., friend, the Rev. John S. Lull, retired -

I 7-Piece Walnut before embarking for Japan minister -at Penney Farms, Safety Matches 3 pkgs. : -.25
$179.00OCCASIONAL ( back along Call Street these days -
I In the
pre-Blanding he
A A r A Height of my ambition is to era -
; KITCHEN ROCKERS rate Invitation to that annual was a frequent visitor in Starke, 25 lb. BagYellow

STEISTOOLS With Springs wild game feast that makes the but when traffic got so bad on

S12.50 to 29.50 old Roman banquets sound like a the Blanding road he turned to Rose Flour JJi 1.CANNON'S
$1.95 .. Green Cove .
i I tea party Around 45: hunts- Springs for his shop
,* r if r-TL-srj-j iup, men and their lucky ladles) enjoyedthe :ping Now that the Navy has
DRIGGERSFurniture current barbecue that took tangled traffic in Green Cove, and

LargeAluminum place Sunday on Lake Lily near Blanding has simmered down, he's GROCERY
Melrose where Joe Simmons and back with us again and welcome I

Clothes Hamper Company Charlie Powell .have been camp Caudle Hazen writes friends

ing Seems the men already from Blue Mountain College Miss.

$8.95 Starke Florida had the meal prepared when the that she's making a deer In art The Friendliest Store In
ladles arrived, and what a spread! I class out of pasted up old copies
of the Bradford County Telegraph
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of LOCAL NEWS Misses Ida Lou Davis and Virginia Miss Cella Israel, a former member Mrs. Calvin Johns and her Bible "Week of Compassion Summary" l

Sew ll of Florida State College of the USO staff in Stark guests Mrs. W. D. Sexton of At Story HourThere and will speak 'on "Judas' Meesage" ,
__ Iff
Hir j m for Women In Tallahassee stopped here briefly her
way lanta Ga.,. and ,Mr. and Mrs
.were 69 children presentat at the evening hour at 1:3Q. ,
spent the week-end with their respective to Washington. D. C., where she Thurman Hathaway and baby of

(and Mrs Emmett Raney A. E. Wall of Tallahassee spent parents. Leonard P.tmlth will report to the Jewish Welfare Texas spent, Sunday at Silver the Community Bible School Prayer service Is held on Wednesday :
at hisFreeman. the weekend with Mr. Tuesday .afternoon in spite of
| week for a and Mrs. Jr. of the at 7:30( and the
Va. Mrs. Raney W L. Wall and other relatives. ? University of Board regional office for her new Springs and Orlando. showers and cold weather. Ma's.Titus evening

[ before Florida" in Gainesville was also a assignment. Before leaving FlorIda Jlr. and Mrs. Lewis Basaett of Olson now serves the groupas 13th chapter of John Is to be
II Caroline Green Capt. and Mrs. John R. Roane week-end guest of relatives she spent a brief vacation in Jacksonville were weekend guests studied this week.
marriage. and S-Sgt. and Mrs. S. J. secretary with Mrs. R A.
ant Clyatt Mrs. Frank Landrum'and St. Petersburg: 11 of Mr. and Mrs A, S. Manassa.
were shopping In Jacksonville I Green pianist and Mrs! W. J.
Peter etatlnedeinoQuan Wednesday of last week. nephew, Jim Brooks of Brooksvllle, vrs. G. W. Alderman is spending Mrs. D. B. White of) Fernandlna Churchwell teacher. Mrs. A Z. JOIN TIlE CHAMBER OKCOMMKKCK

Corps, Monday and who is a guest of Mr. and Mrs this week with her daughter. Mrs.S. I spent last week with her mother, Adkins was a visitor of the class : : and help bull4Starke.

was a guest and Mrs. R.en. Mrs. E. K. Perryman was shop- Landrum went to Bunnelll\londay P. Vandlvierv and eon Pitne Mr. Celia I, Manasaa.: and sister,, this week In the Methodist Recreation .
Mr. In
Light of ping: Jacksonville Monday. night and were accompanied home In Bay Pines. She went down Mrs. T. P. Grady room.Christian.

Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gross and by another nephew Palmer with Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley Jack Halle of Miami is spending |I MAYES

Jamie Anderson of Archer Mrs..Mena McCrutchen of Jacksonville Brooks also of Brooksville. who visited in Tampa and returned this weekend with his parents, Mr. '
//ednesJay to spend a fewh and and Mr. and Mrs. Mor- Mrs. K. G. Duncan spent Monday Sunday. and Mrs. W. 0. Haile. Sr. He Is RADIO SERVICE i

her brother-in-law rte Carter of Lawtey were Sun- and Monday night In Jackson Mr and Mrs. J. J: Canova and an employe of Eastern Air Lines First Christian Church of
M. Davis
at. and Mrs. E. day'night supper guests of Mrs. ville. Little Margaret.Rose Duncan sona. John and Eddie, of Panama there. Starke announces the following SERVICE

Er relatives. of Stetson Effie Johns spent the weekend there with City were visiting Mr. Canova's services for the week of Feb. 24. ,ON AU MAKES
Sylvia Morse Let me model you In a Splrella, friends!
mother Mrs E. E. Canova several
Bible School will meet 10 .RADIOS
ity in DeLand will spend beautifully. mode. In the latent Two UIJSKW) TO IIH 11I0.... at a.
her parents. Sunday guests of'Mr. and Mrs. days last week. The Hoard of 1'uUlio Instructionof m with morning worship serviceat --
eekend new material! OorNetlere, Mrs.
r Hogan Smith were Mrs. Smith Mrs. W. T. Jackson and infant Hrndford County.. Florida, nan 11 a. m. The pastor Rev. W. South Walnut Street
Mrs. W. R. Morse. Frank Hoover, 402 E. Madison St., for Kale two school IJ"-.n". lt>37
has returnedvisit mother and brother Mrs. R. 4 C. son, Marcus Eric returned to Ford and one U311 Chevrolet. The O. Smedley will use as hU topic
Dickens Starke. BtMr.
May 2-9 Weaver and son, R. C. Weaver. Jr., their home Wednesday from the Hoard will accept, sealed UldH on
In Sanford. Sheer and Mrs. Ed Clause and son of these buses until !Monday March 4. -
with her cousin. Jacksonville. AJachua County Hospital In IS44 at 10:00: A. M. at Its office. at
Mr. Clause's mother Mrs.
home Eugene. ,
Courthntmo at Slarku,
Miss Marjorie Davis of FSCWin Gainesville. the County :
L Wall Rose Clause and Dean Wilkins of Ifadfunl County, KlorUlii. The
id Mra. J. G. Causey and Traverse City Mich., and Mr. and Tallahassee is spending this Guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. buses may be seen nt Cnrden'M Her,.' FOR SALEBUILDINGCENTER!
vice Htutlon SuirKa, Klurlila. or
of Raleigh N. C., visited Mrs. Ed Dahmer and son, Frank weekend with her parents Mr. and Monteith for 10 days are Mr. County Uar...",.., Starke Florida

uscy's mother Mrs. Murr- spent last week In Miami Daytona Mrs R. J. Davis MwnteitlVs' father William Mon 9.16 2t 2-U.

several days last week Beach and Havana Cuba. They Mrs. T. F. Brown of Ha'tPlon teith of Phoenixville Pa., and -
f .. TOWN
lit. T> IIH Pt IICII tHKIl, OF
route to their home from spent Monday in Miami three spent Saturday with her sister brother William Monteith of Wilmington The Hoard uf l'ul>ho limtrtirtlonof t

o Miami days In Cuba and the weekend in Mrs. D. W. Moore Mrs Moore Del., and his brother- Bradford. returned with her for the week in-law and sister Mr. and ben to purchase a new tfo passengerschool
BRADFORDFLORIDAI Daytona Beach. They will be bun, chassis and body Sealed 100 percent location for any business. Beautiful -
'n'r roi;UT also of Phoenixville. ..
end. Henry Stott bids will bn received "
on or -
CHAN. of Mr. and Mrs. Dahmer
', IN guests Modern .Front good windows nil Concrete -
|T fore Monday March 4, 1948 at 10:HO' ,
Plaintiff this week before returning to M-Sgt. Bill Long was discharged Mrs. J. H. Gill of Norfolk Va.. I A. M. at UN office ut the County
Andrews Sllvey in several days with CourthcuHe nt Starke, li r a d f ord Construction Building excellent condition. -
Inhnnton' Sllvey. Defendant. their home and will visit throughout California recently after servIng spent recently I : :
County, Florldit. Um to b lettered
three in Mr and Mrs. Bill Graham. Can terms mortgage to suit
B 4492BlSH "oP Florida.Mr. years the Field Artil provided with Stop Signs and delivered arrange ,
V I NOTICE TO APPEAR and Mrs. Fred Halslop were lery. He id spending! some time Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson to SlHrke, Klorlda. Th purchaser.This .

ri J: of FLORIDA to...:ldence ROYSllvey shopping In Jacksonville Monday.Mr. with his mother Mrs. F. H. Lung. JI', and daughter Mary Sue( .any Hoard and reserves.all bid the. right tu reject

Eei' In 1017. whose N. W. r Eleventh and Mrs. John Love Wilkes Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Jennings returned spent last weekend in Sarasota '-15 2t }: -23. !' represents opportunity to buy Central

filnnd, Oreg-on. of Jacksonville were week-end :Monday to their home i in where they went through Ring- IN riHrvrr Collar ntt\i)poHi City property at less than'cost to build on

AS.lure u 1941 required, In the to above appear named on guests of Mrs. Wilkes' brotherinlaw May wood. Ill, after spending two ling Brother's winter quarters.A COl"\TY.. PL.OHIUAI IN! CHAN.fKHY. today's market. This building must be sold

End cause, wherein plaintiff and sister Judge and Mrs. weeks with their son and daugh guest for several days last William Baptist McClelland. Plaintiff

Annulment Name. and Bradford rentoratlon County of A. Z. AdkLns Sr. ter-in-law Dr. and Mrs. L. H. week of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ep VH. N'.n..t V. McClelland Defendant as owner has! other business interests.! Will
Can No. 4416.
,>h shall weekly publish Indue this. Order Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. Jennings and family. person Jr.. was Mrs. R. N. White ORDER!: OF PUBLICATIONAND arrange/ long term lease" for suitable tenant .

trim fnur my hand and official W. Kincaid were shopping In Jack- Mr. and Mrs. J. Gary Cnnls of Plant City. NOTICE! TO APPMAU:
Florida, this Feb- sonville Monday.Dr. 8TATH: UK FLORIDA tut: Ernest
jstnrko. ) have hail as their house guestsMr. Miss Mabel Weller has returnedto

kn. 1'MA.fcl.At. SEAL. A.' J. Thomas and Mrs. L. H. Jennings and Mrs Warren Earp of her home In Emlenton Pa., D-31-S-1"AH'I'Z.V. McClelland Tort whole Hill residence Oklahoma.U: C. J. CARTER 137 W. CALL ST.

tk of Bald. Court.k spent last week visiting In Iowa Greenville S C.. and Lt. Cal D. after two months here visitingher You are required to appear on ,
Lnndrum Starke, Florida. Iowa. March its,' 1IHD.>> In the above
pr Plf. 2-22 4t 3.15 City, A. Marlon, commanding officer of cousin Joe Truby and many; named Court and cause, wherein

363rd :Medical Laboratory and friends. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
hall I I this
Mrs. Marion who were returningto Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop Sr., Order County In next four weekly publish l issues.

their home in Miami. After were in Atlanta Ga., a few days Witness my hand and official

SEE US FOR four years in the Army Dr. last week for medical treatment seal ut 14 MtarkR, 194OKK1CIAL. .,, Florida, this. February The Mir-A-Kill i Insecticide

Marion la returning to Miami to Nick Alexander spent Wed ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas.

resume Ills medical practice. Dr. nesday in Jacksonville.Mr. An Clerk of said. Court.
each II. II>IIKH| .., Ualneivllle, Fla.
YOURFEEDS Marlon after spending a year on and Url! Ed Jones who Atty. f''P Plf. 2-22 4t 3-15 e

Leyte and Luzon Islands and in formerly lived here while Mr; -

Manila says it Is wonderful Justto Jones managed the local P. S. iv: ('IItCI'IT (01'1' nnAi)FOHiTot > D D. T.DESTROYS
;MTY, KEOUIIl.ll ttllA.N- ,
be back in Florida and he Stores came back this week to CKHY.Honnln; ; .

wouldn't trade a square inch for remain for several months while Thlitpcn niilirewnv Plain.

all the islands in the Pacific. Mr. Jones supervises the P. S. t It?. v... Wlllliim Kdward Uldxeway,
Defendant. Caae. No. 4414.
Let me model you in a Splrella, Stores throughout this section of ORDER OF PUBLICATION

beautifully made In the latest Florida.Mr. ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR
new materials! (Oorwtiere Mrs. and Mrs. ''W. L. Edwardsand BTATI5: OF FLORIDA to: William
a nFertilizers, Edward whose residence
Frank Hoover, 403 E. Madison St., daughter. Fredrlka of Jack and address ntdgreway IN No. > Madden I>rlve,
Starke 2-9 St sonville and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. DorcheHter Terrace,, Navy Yard, *
and children, Billy Martin south: Carollnit.
Mr. a.nd Mrs. Vollie Starling Page
You are required. to appear on Flies Mosquitoes Ants Bedbugs
and Merrlllyn of Tampa were( ,
recently moved back to Starke March 26. 1V4K, In the above nam-
after living in Jacksonville for weekend guests of Mrs. W. II. nd Court and cause, wherein plaintiff .
Struth and Miss Kate Struth. seeks divorce and restoration
several years where Mr. Starling; nf Maiden Name.. 'Itradford County
was employed in the shipyards.. Mra. Struth returned with Mr. and Teleirraph shall publish this OrderIn I Roaches Silverfish and Fleas

Mrs. E. S. Mathews returne<< Mrs. Page for a visit and.will also next tour werklv. / : \ auea. .. I t .. I .
official'coal' "
Witness myliand and I
e .. .... as a last Friday from Orlando 'where visit in Plant Cityand Wildwood Hlarke, Florida. thin February
she spent several days with her before returning home. ;t 1)4.. "
Mra. E. P. Cain of Thomaston (OFFICIAL.BRUL) A. J. Thom..1
\Bring as your: Eggs son-in-law and daughter. Dr. and A. Clerk of said Court. :
;: Mrs. H. B. McLendon. She was Ga., spent several-days this week T. Frank I..ndrum. Hlarke: Florida CAN KE SPRAYED ON PLANTS
with her mother Mrs. Carl Jack Atty. for }>1f.* t-tt 4t -16 ,
Mr. Matthews I

We will buy them! who accompanied had been, attending by Railroad son. They'were shopping in Jacksonville IM! CIRCUIT (-"OI'IIT. Bn"UI"Onn I I and ANIMALS 'WITHOUT HARM ,

Commission hearings in the southern Tuesday.Mr. COUNTY KLOHIIIAl IX CIIAN.
state. and Mrs. E. L. Roush and CKHY.Oordon I
part of the McDonald Plaintiff "..
Friends are glad that Van H. daughter Rosemary, left Wednes Mary Lilly McDonald Defendant. i

Carden Is able to be out again day of last week for their former Cane No. 4430. : IN PINTS QUARTS & GALLONS
home In Parkersburg W, Va. Mrs. ORDER Of PUBLICATION ,
after being confined to his home ANI NOTICE TO APPBAK .
IT END GROCERY & MARKET last. week. lIe was in Jacksonville Roush and daughter have made STATE' : OK FLOItlDA: Mary,
Tuesday for medical treat- their home with her parents Rev. Lilly. McDonald whose residence tirrenvtlle IM2'.t
First Street I'ue Mill -
.. West for some time, at
ment. *"" and :Mrs. J. I Mouth C"r..Una.! .

MADISON ST. STARKE FLA: and Mrs. Roush served on the You are required to appear on ,
faculty of BHS. .Mr. Roush was March 2.1, 1:1: IB. In the above

Political recently discharged! and will resume named plaintiff Court seeks and dlvorre.cause" n, r wherein a dford CARPENTER'SYour:? :;?

Announcements his posit Ion;"as, a member of County Telegraph shall publish this
Order In next four weekly lamiea.Wltneiia .
the West Virginia State Police my hand and officialfcenl .. .'
force. at Htarke, Florida, this February REX ALL 'Drug Store"Phone \
of Count!
the 1t..II.I. VM*r
FALL CLEARANCE TO N.. M. Lee and son, Bobby 21. 1U44
l.rlr R.
1.11-atl.sloeer l) Mrs.
{(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas 64 Starke Fla.
llrndr.ird e'eeeey. Florida.I Pa. have arrivedto ,
candidacy, of Philadelphia, A. Clerk of Raid Ci>urt.1C .
hereby announce my H. Duncan- BIT Lynch BldK.Jacksonville. .
months with her
Comml.- several
for re-electUm a County spend Iflorlda Atty. for Plf.
ONE LOT ilon<>r of District No. r, subject re-elected tothe parents Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowl- 2-Z2 4t 3-15
In May. If
; Primaries
I 1 promise to continue to work *.. ing. Sr. Mr. Loe, will Join them
LADIES .FALLDRESSES the bent Interests of the District. next week and they will spend a
the County an a whole.Upon
and I renpectfullyMvllclt ; few days In :Miami before he returns
this promise

t' v May your 7th.FOR Yours.vote very and truly.E. active. supporton to his studies in Philadel Beautiful 9 Piece Dining Room Suit .

L. CRAWFORD. phia.Let me model you In a Splrella

mad In the latest .... '
beautifully "
.r Greatly ,
'y hereby announce my candidacy new material. Oorxetlerfi, Mm. :

ReducedCLEARANCE for the !office LenUlutur of Representative from Bradford'In Frank hooter 402 E. MaulWn Bt*, Velour CoveredChair
County the subject, to the will of thDemocratlc .. Starke 2-0 Bt
voters In the. May 7trtprimary. Bottoms
Your vote and support Mr. and Mi's.. Billy Dowling had ,

will be greatly appr..cl..'-I.J..k. as weekend guents Mrs. Dowling's
.. I' Roberts.
father and brother. Roy
FOIl t' r MTV CONNIe5IOVEItDI.erlri ,. son Jam.es, of Palatka. .

All Ladies thl
At for r"lel"'on' to the Office of Ft. Lauderdale'1' spent the weekend VELOUR

County CommlKHloner. District No. with Mrs. Saxon's sister, Mrs. X11
and Tb..re"Ho '
/ 4 i, Democratic voters In the prl- Bertha Pearce. Occasional
: / / t_.the v 7th. If reelected to
his offl". I wilt continue to die iv CIRCUIT coi-HT. imtnFnnn RockersIn 'i
charn. the duties connected therewith COI-NTY. FI.ORIDAI CIIAN.CEIIY.
in a fair' and Impartial man- ; Blue and Wine
n..r. On that prom'' L will greatlyppreciate "ten HuKhe, Plaintiff, VII. ..Alexander -
your vote on May. 7th. J. Hughes, Defendant. Cane
41 ONE LOT hanks. N la HU.OfHHCR. 31.25 k '
Chastain.roll TO APPEAR
Ladies FallSUITS STATE HV FLORIDA to Alexander -
".'1100'. no till J. Much. **, whose residence' New Shipment Wood Stoves
IM.Irlr Ne. S and address def:, Mre. John Moore, Received '
I hereby announce my candld..yfor'm..mlJ..r !90: W. IJSth Street New York,
I of the Bnard of PublleIn.lructlnn New York.
from District 3. subject You are required to appear on
to will of the May 7.atIf elect March 2&. I94, In the above named
the prlm..ry. of Court and cause wherein plaintiffeeka BABY CRIBS I
Black & Green In.01 to tilia responsible position JI.roml. dlvorre. Bradford County in mahogany, ichlte & maple finish
.... to carry out the duties ofhe Telea-raph hall publish title Order
office to the best of IftY ability In neat four weekly laiiuee.Vltnena .
__:::::: GreatlyReduced and will greatly appreciate your \ my hand and offlawlBeat 16.95 to 21.50
aupport and vote on May 7. at atarke. .Florida thta. Feo- I
"'tee. B. Cro"by. uary 20.( l)44.OFFICIAL r
( SEAL A. J. Thomas

FOR Dl.lrtrt SCHOOL N.510. II till) T.A.Atty.FrankLandrum Clerk for of Plf.said Court., Btarke J-23, Florida 4t 3-Id } Neva-Wet Crib Mattresses.

anounce myself a canIdate _
//I r rrr rn I hereby
srrrs of
psssrs of the ,
for' member cmctjrr COI-HT. BRADFORD

S /f TakeAdvantage Public rising 1".lructlon.Brooker. New District Rlv.r.J.to.Ora-corm the IM COUNTY. FLORIDA. : CHAN.CICR r WITH, INNERSPRINGS 7cis

ham and Hampton subject Mary tr'BTlen Ten Eyck. Plaintiff. 12.95
will'of the tsfayn elf. v..mocr.tlcPrlmarlea elect..d to vii. Carlton A. Ten 1:)...., Defendant.
I C.... No. 4417.ORDHR .
ofU" I promise to 0. PUBLICATION -
thla In a Visit in beautiful
of theseWonderful lh. duties connected therewith Your AND NOTICE TO APPEAR us our new
fair and Impartial manner. BTATB OF FLORIDA to: Carlton
vote and .upport will b. highly ap."r..clat..d A. Ten Kyck. whose residence andaddremi store on West Call Street
) Values I*: 160 Prospect Park West

Your respectfully.. lA..I.. Brooklyn. .New York.
n You are required to appear on
March K, Itfll. In the above named
f'o""I "'O"'ER" Court and ..au..., wherein plaintiff
FOB Col'l trlr' )11_ J asks divorce and restoration of IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER 'AT
announce myself .. a Maiden Name. Bradford CountyTelegraph

obbins'F011MERLY andldate I hereby for County I. Having Commissioner served next four shall weekly publish iMtiee.Wltneee this. OrderIn

from. VI.ulct commissioner No. for one my hand and official John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
a. re.1 qu.lI. .sal at Btarke, Florida this reboVFICrAI -
t..rm I telectedawillulg
lve thecmpabla
\ led and dlatrl..t I II and the county. ( $RALI) A. J. Thomas, PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA.FEitEUARY .
.cGnd service of which A* Cleric of said Court.
|F011MERLY whole the T. Frank lAndrum, Btarke. Florida
.m W Witch Ed..rd.. AU). for Plf. 1-13:I 41 '.U.


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e Tucker eot'RT
I ing general conditions as found Farmers RemindedOf ResignsAt COUNTY/ FLORIDA I IN CHANCERY / :
Supervisor 4
here on a recent Inspection trip. State Farm March DeadlineFor Camp Blanding Marie: Blschoff. Plaintiff,,vs. Frank Philip C. Kreltx .
Commends SpiritIn Mr. Allen wrote: .
I Bischoff Defendant. Case No. 4379.ORDER trude Krolta, I'lalMIf!(

County Schools "In my visits to the different Uy M.... Bryan \Vnltfield Plan Sign-Up Jas. A. Tucker of Starke, arm- !:NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR 4380. OPf"ndan

schools) I found the principal ament repairman' and machinistat STATE OF FLORIDA to: Frank ORDER AND 011'
I e r e e. e e e e. With the March 1 deadline only Blschoff, whose residence and address NOTICE 'roLlC4t
I most courteous) and cooperative. Blanding since Sept. STATE
Arthur R. McRae. superintendent Camp OF
1, Box 95 Sum-
U Is Route No. ,
of Bradford County schools, found some excellent work goIng) BRIDGE CLUB MEETINGMrs. one week away, County Agent 1% 1943, has resigned his position merville, South Carolina address Irude Kreitz III .. toa14 h

ion, and some of the Idea that I J. Q. Godwin entertained T. Dyer urges all farmers to call effective Feb. 28 and states that You are required to appear on Brooklyn New 703 t
has received a letter from D. R. 1 the State Farm Bridge Club a t at his office before next Friday March 11, 1946. In the above) named You YortUi I
able to on retire take life
received I will be pass he plans easy, are reqUire
Allen field supervisor of the State to other school people. I was her home Thursday afternoon o f If they wish to participate In the and drink In a lot of Florida_ sun Court seeks. and divorce.cause Bradford CountyTelegraph plaintiff ed Mach. Court 11, 1946. ,,, jheo! ...tl4...
Education prals- last week. The Valentine motif 1946 agricultural conservation pro- shall publish this OrderIn and coons .
Department of pleased to learn that you have shine". tiff seeks divorce. .w Sao
soil-building I next" four weekly Issues. ....
In the tallies and and Telegraph '
llt' CIRCUIT (COURT BRADFORDCOUNTY. your text book program so well was emphasized gram He has been employed by the Witness. my hand and official In neat four shag p'Ibllth' ::!
FLOKII1AI IV! CHAN. managed, and that you have been presentation of prizes while artistic aaxistance. War Department as an armament seal at Starke Florida, this February Witness we I, I.",;a
('IatV.: / materials arrangements of spring flowers Allowances for farmers who do 8. 11148.OFFICIAL mv: hand ,n4Flurida
Vera Lois Carter Wadford, Plaintiff able to procure library repairman-machinist since January ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas ; :.rke, ,
added to the charm of the rooms not sign by that time will be As Ihkl I.
v... Thomas Edward Wadford. through this source."I up 1943 and came to Blanding Clerk of said Court.T.
Defendant. Case No. 4408, that were used for the party. Miss withdrawn and redistributed to Frank Landrum, Btarke Florida Ale rkfsad.) A.t
ORDER OF PUBLICATION feel that you have good Ella Nash of :Jacksonville visitor participating farmers, he ex- from the Rock Island (HI.) Atty. for fit. 2-8 4t 8-1 T.. Frank Landrum COUrt.
AND leadership provided through your Arsenal. .
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Thomas of Mrs. Bryan Whitfield, was a offices now have for Plf. Sluttkt
Edward Wadford. whose residence principals, and I believe that they plains. County) Mr. Tucker la a World War I IN CIRCUIT COI'RT, BRADFORD AIN ..
And address Is Unknown.You are enjoying working with Mrs. guest player and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell 1946 handbooks and can give details veteran and was with the Depart- COUNTY, FAORIDAl IN CHAN. CIRCUIT:
are> required to appear on Mrs. J. A. Bouvler. Mrs. C. on phaaa of the program. CleR" Core I
March 1.. 1944 In the above Osborne. There Is In evidence a any ment of Justice for 13 years be- Ruth F. Collins. Plaintiff. vs. COUNTY, FLORIO"I""p
Mrs. R. P. McLendonand CERY.
named Court and cause, wherein fins understanding and relation- O. Partney, Adapting good soil practices to fore transferring to the War Department Joseph I. Collins, Defendant. Case Belma L. Kindt
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford between the teachers and Mrs. Jack Freeman came in the needs of the Individual farmIs No. 4377. 11. Klndt P1alntlfJ n
County Telegraph shall publish this ship Previous to 1930 hew ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Defendant CtM;
Order III next four weekly Issues. your supervisor. This should doa at the tea hour. After their arrival being emphasized In the 1946 with the Government" PrInt- NOTICE TO APPEAR ORDER AND OF PCfLlcA)!'
Witness my hand and official seal a handsome vase was givento County and communityAAA ) STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Joseph STATE OFTF1ultIDAk
at fttarke, Florida. this February i great deal toward furthering a token of program. ing office and other governmental I Collins whose residence and ad.
Mrs. J. R. a
13. 1949. well-planned school program In as committeemen are assisting agencies. dross Is J53t0 Crystal Street Chicago Kindt whose r".ldpnrelili
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. the good wishes of a number of) Illinois. Ave. Eqwlpt. (Pro"
As Clerk of said Court.T. Bradford County. A satisfactory Individuals to work out programs Although born In Moultrie, Ga., % Poetmaster. New
her friend Contract prize winners You are required to appear on in
Frank Landrum. Starke Fla. librarian would be of great assistance suited to their farms. Prior approval he moved to Jackson County Fla.,. March 11, 1946. In the above named Yorke "
for Pit. 2-15 41 3-8 this occasion Mrs. You are
Atty. were
to the school in Starke. I I on of the county committeeIs when less than two years old and Court and cause, wherein plaintiff March 11. 1946. indthod,
,Ht. E. Grimier, high and Mrs. J. C. Reeks divorce. Bradford County ..
also believe that If an administrative Wallace, second high. Each award required before assistance can har lived in Florida most of his Telegraph shall publish. this OrderIn td tiff Court seeks and divorce.cause rhn.*

assistant could be providedfor be granted on some of the prac- lifg when occupational activities next" four weekly Issues. Telegraph Bra41111

r this school, the principal wouldbe was Mrs.a Godwin's number of refreshments Defense Stamps.consisted tices.The cUd not take him elsewhere. at Witness Starke.my Florida hand. ,and this official February seal 1"Witness ne"'t" four weekly jN..n.a

able to devote more of his timeto 1946 has been 4. 1946. at Starke. my hand and oft,
dessert and program Florida
of course this
actual classroom supervisionand a OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas 1946.! r
couldbe coffee. planned to provide about the same I Winkler VictimOf As Clerk of said Court.T. (OFFICIAL SEAL)
leadership. Perhaps this assistance, that farmers received Frank. Landrum Starke Florida. As Clerk of said Court Ai
arranged another year." BREAKFASTMrs. under the 1945 program Mr. 'I VandalismThe Atty. for t'lf. 2-8 4t 3-1 Zach H. Douglas. UnnetM
.Atty. for Plf
R. P. McLendon honored i 1,1
CARD OF THANKS Dyer says However, more soil identity of the who on IV CIRCUIT COTRT BRADFORD -
Mrs. J. R. Kite' with a seated practices are expected to be car POINTY, FLORIDA) IN! CHAN.: IN CIRCflT CO!BT III
successive nights destroyed prop- VERY. I COUNTY.R. .
breakfast at her home Friday 1"1.01110\,1.1
Enjoy Real To all our friends who were so ried out. since the farmer will erty at the Winkler Electric Shop Iva Mae Kndlcott Plaintiff vs. C.R1//
kind and considerate during the morning at half after nine o'clock. bear a larger share of the cost James Endlcott, Defendant. Case F. Featherston, !
this week.
was not yet known Kmma Dlelrnq
No. 4384. .
ffonest'toGoodnessHOMECOOKED The table was beautifully appointed /
Illness and death of our dear and available aid can extended consisted of scarred No. 4388.
father, S. J. Norman, and for the and its floral centerpiece was to: more people on more acres. front window Inflicted NOTICE TO APPEAR ORDER OF FUBUCAt
glass apparently -
beautiful flowers want to ex- exquisite. Places were marked by STATE OF FLORIDA to: James AND NOTICE TO Am
we lacy heart shaped cards in keepIng Assistance will be offered in by use of a glass cutter,, Endioott whose address IN 502 Broad STATE OF FLORIDA
MEALS press our sincere thanks. May3od's seven types of practices-((1) the sometime during the night of l titreet. % C & 0 Railroad Company ma FealhvrNton whoM
with the season. To her hone and address In 2030 W.
richest be with Columbus, Ohio. Olio
In Clean, QuietSurroundings blessings oreo Mrs. McLendon presented application of lime phosphate and February 12. On the following You are required to appear on Richmond You Virginia.
each one. other materials; (2) the planting night an awning was slashed. March 11, 1946. In the above named March are required to
-The Norman children. lovely ear-rings. Those Invited to 11. 1048, In the i...
: of cover crops; (3) the harvestingof Austin Winkler said that the Court and cause wherein plaintiff Court and be with Mrs. Kite at this enjoyable necks divorce and custody and con- seek
legume and grass seeds; ((4)) haphazard nature of the deface- trol of minor children.. Bradford Telegraph divorce... KTudtw. "
Informal affair Mrs.
were iw
702Temple Edward T. Shull erosion control and water conservation ment suggested the work of some- County Telegraph shall publish this In next" four weedy 111011 I
Avc. J. M. Hembree Mrs. ,Tom Con- Order In next four weekly Isnues. Witness
((5)) range and one deranged or Intoxicated, but my hand u1.
.PLUMBERPrompt ners Mrs. R. P. Stubbins, Mrs. ; pasture Im- Witness my nan dand official sealat Real at Starke Florida!u!
provement; ((6)) forestry) ; and (7) that he had no clue as to theparty' Starke, Florida this February 7. ruary 7. 1496.OFFICIAL .
J. G. Godwin, Mrs L. A. Shepherd 1946. I
IXIECAFE Mrs. T. A. Wicker, Mrs. H. other practices such as noxious Identity. He Is offering (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas As( Clerk of SEAL said )Court Ai
Service weed control and clearing land for $100( reward for the person orpersons' As Clerk of said Court. I Chas. R. HeHn-204-05 Knlt
M. Mrs. J. C. Wallace
RIcharde. ,
Green & Green Starke Florida Jacksonville
tillage arrest and conviction.cinrrrr Florida, Auj: .'
Guaranteed Mrs. J. A. Bouvier, Mrs. L. F. or pasture. Attys. for Pit. 2-8 4t 3-1 2-8 ft 3.1

Work Chapman, Mrs. M. E. Griner, Mrs.. Assistance will be in the formof .N COURT BRADFORDrOI'NTV

C. M. Turney Mrs. J. O. Caldwell conservation materials, ser I FLURIUAl IX CHAM

716 Lafayette St. Mrs. Lynwood Watts Mrs. C. O. vices purchase orders or pay- I <1 C'KHV.E Bar /Uurrell. Plaintiff vs. Lydia

Partney, Mrs. Fielding Chapman ments. Uurrell. n..fendant. Cane No. 4405.
Mrs. P. D. F&ncher, Mrs. Dennis The end of the war has not AND: NOTICE TO APPEAR

1\11 SOPTOMETI&.JST Fancher Miss Ella Nash and Mrs. brought an end to the almost.un- STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Lydia
D It. JAMES F. LOO Flurrell, whose residence Is Route
Bryan Whitfield. limited need for American food he No. 1, Campobello. South Carolina.

nays but It is realized by farmers You are required to appear on
Suite 309-10 Masonic Temple Bldg., Jacksonville Phone 5-4098 FISH FRYMembers throughout the March 14, 1946. In the above
country they
named Court and cause. wherein
FOR PROFESSIONAL C.\RK AND DISTINCTIVE STYLE of the recently organized cannot continue to reap high plaintiff seeks divorce. Brauford SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET

HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED REGULARLY New River Fox-Hunters' yIelds without giving more attention County Telegraph shall publish this -

"We Render a Complete Optical Dispensing Service" Association had a fish fry atWater ) to soil) conservation. Accelerated Order Witness In next my hand four and weekly official issues.seal SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM I

Oak last Tuesday night at Starke Florida this February
tallowing the outdoor meal the wartime production of the 13. 1946. RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO
past five years has been accompanied (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
e chase was on though the fox out As Clerk of said. Court.H. .
witted the hounds on this oc- > by such conservation measures O. Brown Slarke, Florida
aa were feasible, but soils Atty. for PI(. 2-15 4t 3CIRCUIT Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry

Those participating were have necessarily been depleted In
Me> and Mrs. Melvin McKinneyand meeting high crop ;oals. (;COUNTY FLORlUAl CHAN-
daughters Margaret and CKRV./ ,
"Unless we conserve the productivity Margaret Durham Fagerntrom
MarIe, of Starke. Mr. and Mrs.
in a nutshell of our farms we will Plaintiff, vs. Richard John Fasrerstrom. FLl
M. C. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. R. Defendant. Case No. 4378.
dize the bedrock foundation
W. Brannen and daughter, Pauline dfr
and for ourselvesand
Mr and Mrs. Lynwood Watts and, STATE OF FLORIDA to: RichardJ.
son, Lynwood Jr., and Mr. and future generations the agent Fa er.trom-S. C. 2nd-o whose
declares. residence and address Is' U. S. S.
Mrs. Bryan Whitfield and daughter Theemln A. K. A-88, Fleet Post
Helen. United States farmers have in- Office, San Francisco California.You r Rom where I sit.JyJoeMBird'sEye

creased their use of lime by seven are required to appear on
March 11, 1946. In the above named
COCA-COLA PARTY times and of phosphorus by nine Court and cause, wherein plain-

tr Mrs. J. M. Hembree gave a times since assistance for these tiff seek. divorce and restorationof .

.is. .v Coca-Cola party for Mrs. T. A. practices was first offered In Telegraph maiden shall name.. publish Bradford this County Order : View

i4.r. Wicker Monday afternoon. Color 1936 he In next" four weekly Issues. :
reports. Using these and Witness my hand and official
and beauty were added to her other program practices, farmersare seal at Htsrkc, Florida this Feb of America
spacious home by the effective their ruary 7, 1946.OFFICIAL .
Improving soils get- ( SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs
placement of bowls of calendula ting better yields and slowing Clerk of said Court.T. .

nd sweet peas. With the Coca- erosion. Frank Landrum, Btarke, Florida ;A fellow took an aerial photograph vote one way,some Motlff J
for 2-8
Atty. Plf. 4t 3-1
Colas Mrs. Hembree
served sandwiches of our town and it makes enjoy a glass of beer Mdont.
potato chips, pickles and I.v CIRCUIT" COURT BRDFOHDCOI .
the place look like Utopia. You might think\ft"!
sonville for several '
olives to the following In addItion days the early %TY, FLOHIDAl IN: CHAN-
part of the week. ('..1UV. Folks argued that the new area lot of reason for frletto I
to) her honor guest: Mrs. L. Ludwig Atbern. Plaintiff, vs. Katherlna .
A Shepherd Mrs. R. P. Stubbins. J. M. Bradley and daughter Albers, Defendant. Case No. house would never look well beside But it's all in your pott'J

Mrs. J. R. Kite, Mrs. J. C. Wallace Carolyn and Mrs. R. D. Whltfield 4412.ORDER OF PUBLICATION the old Town BalL Bat they barGet up high enoughes41monizeperfectlyfromtheair.One

Mrs. Fielding Chapman Mrs. were supper guests of respective AND NOTICE TO APPEAR inanity as a whole-snd.*..l

.Your future is what you will make of it. Plan to Dennis Fancher, Mrs. H. M. Rich- relatives in Jacksonville Saturday. erlne STATE Albert OF, whose FLORIDA residence to: Kath-.and side of the railroad tracks looks discords blend tocelher lib

make it free financial! worries by putting arde Mrs. Tom Conners, Mrs. J. During the past week-end Mr. address Nauhelm Is Germany.19 Johannes Street Pad as good as the other. All the cIJt"e call Amerlca-s fw* 1

Q. Godwin and Mrs. W. S. Nail end Mrs. B. ferent landmarks blend In land. The difftrenctfwl.
I cash into Victory Bonds.You get back J. Strickland and You are required to appear on nicely oar
your spare As a memento of this courtesy son. Johnnie, of Gainesville and March IS, 194, In the .above with surroundings. big to people who IN tls

I $4, when the bonds mature for every $3 you Mrs. Hembree presented to Mrs. Mr.k and Mrs. Frank Davis of Lake plaintiff named ':Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford wherein From where I sU,there's lesson too close!

invest. It s the safest surest Wicker a crystal bud: vase. City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. County Telegraph shall publish this in that photograph.A
Order In next four weekly Issues. community'smade
:,i investment in the world! Mr.. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace spent A. C. Davis Witness my hand and official seal up of different elements-
Visitors of Mr. and at fltarke. Florida this February
I the past week-end with relativesIn Mrs. Jack 13, 1948. people as well as landmarks. Some

j p1TiT1fi1iIi; : flflilDl pon( :)}.f6uT COHP ITNOWsweeter During Jacksonville.the past week-end Mr. and Freeman Mrs.last George week-end Mullen were, Jr.,Pfc of Aa(OFFICIAL. Clerk Frank of Landrum SEAA.said Court.T. .Starke J. Thomas.Fla. flrrwn*

Tarrls Island S: C. 1946 Caned Stout
, ,- and Mrs. C. M. Turney had as Atty. for Plf. 2.15 4t 3.8 Ctpyrifkt. ,

"" their guests Mr. and Mrs: S. R. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy McDowellof

Foster and Mrs. W. D. Newton Gainesville visited Mr. and

I II who were here from Friday until Mrs. R. p. McLendon last/week-

I Monday while en route from their end.Mrs. S

home in KnoxvlUe, Tenn., to Ft. Lewis Tatum'ot San Angelo -

I! tastier bread with Lauderdale and Mr. and Mrs Texas is visiting her brothernlaw -

Charles W. Turney and daughters, and sister Mr.' and Mrs.

Joanna and Margaret, and Mr. C. O. Partney. WIDENER DAY

: FLEISCHMANN'S'FRESH and Mrs. John P. Turney and
, daughter, Mary Carol of Jacksonville COl'RT. BRADFORD
who were Sunday guestsof e.R"
their relatives. Stella Ullllard Irish Plaintiff. v... at
Richard Joseph Irish Defendant.
1It Misses Mildred Williams and Case No. 4401.ANDENOTICS3.

Roberta Whitfield of FSCW PUBLICATION-
Tallahassee spent last week-end IriahtCM Or FLORIDA to: R. J. HIALEAHSaturday
with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd l.fr U. a. N. A. P-. P. r>., ; _
Camp Terry B. Thompson Ban '"
YEAST and Mr. and Mrs.. Bryan Bruno California. ", I.. .
Whltfleld You ars required ,
respectively. March 18, 19I.. in the abovenamed ,:" :( .
Mr .and Mrs. R. W. Brannen Court and came, wherein
< plaintiff
March 2
-7A.... .
i and Misses Pauline Brannen and seeks divorce and restoration of : .' ,
Maldn "
-.:::==- Nam Bradford County ,
t", --. _- ,. ,.._-...... ..." ...m' "''...v "" Lila Rae Caldwell were among the Telegraph weekly thl.> Order : ,.. .
; In
\\o.,<" spectators at the boat races on the next" four Issues.
.. ,.. \.> St. Johns River at Jacksonville Witness my hand and official Featuring

.' -- ,, JJ: ,' .... Sunday. seal at 12.Starke U48. .Florida, this! February >>- .. ,

'-"Nwn : /- Mr. and Mrs. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas *
! A. Bouvier and As Clerk of said Court. The Running of '
their visitor, M. A. Bouvier, 8r.. n. H. Duncan H7 Lynch Bide. ,

I It's so easy to bake delicious, smooth-textured loaves of Miami visited Mr., and Mrs. AU..l."luonvI1l8.Iorld&)'. for Plf. / j.u 4t i-g

,; Cecil McRae and family in McIntosh _
if you use Fleiachmann'a active fresh Yeast. This fresh last weekend.Mr. IN: CIRCV1'1' COURT BRADFORD THE' WIDENERFor
yeast is full-strength. It goes right to work to help you and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell and 'I". .',

get best baking results every time.IF daughter, Frances went to Ocala Arthur Suor"0n'Peterson D-f* nd Plaintiff ntc vs.". Rita No. ..y .I'
Saturday for Mr. '
YOU BAKE AT HOME-inaiat on J. B. Caldwell who has ORDER AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR- :. .. ,parr, of

, Fleischmann's active fresh Yeaat. The been with them during the past STATJJ OF FLORIDA tor Rita I ,, :
Peterson whose
residence and
t cake with tho familiar yellow label! DopendableAmerica's ;!! week.Mrs.. Reese Bradley and sons dress*vi<.wr York.Is 41J7 113rd Street Flushing ad. ';,. $50,000

favorite for over Clinton and Jack Wayne were Min are required to
I is. n48. In tbeeah vi
70 years. y with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hundley IrP.d.Cl>llrf and caua. wherein 4'r' For Three Year Olds and UpwardOne
Sunday.Mrs. seeks divorce. hadford

T. A. Wicker has returnedto County Order 'In Telegraph neat, four shall weekly publish issues this Mile and a Quarter

1iIqd'rv, her home In Atlanta Ga., after yvltness ray hand and official .

r having visited ),,11'. and Mrs. L. A. seal...,at 13.Starke 1148. Florida this F.br" *

Shepherd for about two weeks. (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. 3. Thomas
A. Clerk of old rOllrt.
N Mra.' R. H. Tyson was the guestof Wm. D. Morgan Fifth Floor Clark

relatives and friends In Jack- nulldI 1"11I'. .Jscksonvlll. Florida
Atty. tar Plf. fit 4t 3-1

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Triplesssigned Tabernacle rLOHII coritT.COHNV1 %| IN HR"n"ORD(...."N- ,**.'- Vii. .i i r
Theresa BrookerBy CKRV.leater FJ;
LAWTEYBy Mar Creech Carter Plaintiff' I 4 itThFLW I
The special services at the va, Cecil Croiilln; Carter Defendant. )
Jdren's Home By Irene Cochrane Mr*. T. W. Mrs. Mamie Tabernacle Cue No. 4964.ORDEf I I
Markey Crews this week centered
. . . . . . OF PUnLIOATION I
fcountlana again open- . a e . around Elvln Bjornatad. of Oslo ANn NOTICE TO A1TUAR TOR ACID INDIGESTION 1
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tomlinson WJM.U. Norway and Manhassett N. Y., STATE OF 'UIiUnA to: Cecil '
and pocketbook.and ORGANIZED REYNOCDS-MOSLEY Cronlln Carter, whose residence andaddreaii
its and daughter Wanda, and Mrs. The ladles famed Tenor and Dramatic Ar- I. 133 Coming Street. Char.lesion I
of the
than tripled Missionary Miss Vera Mae Mosley and Jack tist. Mr. South! Citrollnaor 530 .
[ more O. W. Ezell of Jacksonville Bjornstad's artistic ability King li 1 ;
for the recently Baptist Church of Brooker met Reynolds were married Friday Street Charleston, South Carolina.
's 1100 quota visited Mr. and together with his deep sincerity You are required to "
Mrs. R. M. appear on
[Home Society In Jack Mr. I afternoon of last weekto morning, Feb. 15. at the home of combine to bring a Gospel March 4, 1146. In the above named 9 1 e
Hersey. Hersey is able to be organize WMU.. Mrs. H. L. Rev. Hickman. Jack Is the youngest Court and cause, wherein plain-
up again after an Illness. Hough of Starke message not soon forgottenby tiff peeks divorce and restoration
announcementC. presided at this son of Mr. and Mrs. Reynoldsof his hearer of Maiden Name. Hradford County

to an director of Mr. and Mrs. Levy Forsythe and I meeting and some of the ladles Baldwin and Vera Mae is the Enhancing the interest of Mon.day' Telegraph shall publish this Ordern I I
Fas. next four 50cCarpeuter'sDrug CD
children of Jacksonville of the Antioch weekly
total of 324.88 wal' were visit- organization were only> daughter of Mr. and Mrs.R. song service was the sympathetic ..fi. my hand and official seal
a Home from ing relatives, Mrs. S. R. Swindell present. W. Moaley, Jr., of Lawtey. Theyare and understanding acompantment at tSarke Florida, title January aD,
l' the (
Lunty last year. rommliste and family, Saturday. Officers elected were: president residing in Baldwin at the of Mrs. Myron Smithof i 94t.(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas

Umunltles : Friends of Mrs. S. H. Dodd are Mrs. Beulah Harrell, 1st vice- present time. Pittsburgh Pa., at the piano.R. A. Clerk of said Court. I Storr
Frank Landrum.
T. Starke, Florida
; glad to hear that she Is getting president Mrs. Ruth Hazen 2nd RICKSPREVATTMiss J. Gomes the Tabernacle plan- Atl&,. for Plf. aIt 1-33

17.20; Lawtey $20.09; better from a recent illness. vice-pre I Ide n t, Mrs. Evelyn Ist. was the accompanist Tues-
2964; Irene Prevatt, daughter of
Walter and Willis Swindell and Thomas 3rd vice-president, Mrs. day evening. t
and Mrs. L. J. Prevail, and
Elmo McGee Mildred Harrell secretary Mrs. Other outstanding missionariesand
295.Fagg were visiting in
expressed ap- Cpl. Donald C. Rick of Camp R
Jacksonville Sunday. Cleone Hazen and treasurer, Mrs. speakers are booked for future -
of the I
[ to the people Alva Colson. Blandlng and Whlteslde 111.,
fine showing. Sgt. Merle Packham, now sta- were married Sunday afternoon meeting
[ this All ladles Interested
are Invitedto Attend the Saturday night
tioned in Augusta, Ga.. Is visitinghis "''eb. 10 at 9 o'clock at the Water j
attend these and the Youth encourage
meetings Meetings and the
wife and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oak Baptist Church. Rev. O. E. p EVERYBODY
Season definite date
Bass of each will be an- young people.
W. W. Packham and his wife's nounced later. Cutshaw performed the ceremony. ENJOYS 11ATi1'GAT

March 1lol parents Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall. They were attended by Miss Carolyn -

Henry Hardee has sold out to SUNDAS'UOOL PARTY II Prevatt and Harry Rick Jr. Presbyterian'The

dote on ct.osed'ban John Duke, and is now living in Mrs. Mildred Harrell entertainedher I Others present were the bride's

year has been changed Lake Butler. Junior Sunday School class family, Mr. and :Mrs. H. C. Kelly 'The Presbyterian Church an- The PARK CAFE
first\ day of nounces the following services for
Isth to the Mr. and Mrs. Peewee Dampier with a valentine party on Wednes- and Mrs J. E. Warren. The

lording to M. L. John, of Miami recently visited Mrs.Dampler's day afternoon, Feb. 14. Games young couple will live in Illinois. Sunday Feb 24. Sunday School,
officer. The with Mrs.\ Jeanette Young as Sup-
Irvation father, J. J. were played until a late hour and .
L0n will continue for Zeigler. Cecil Whitehead and L. P. Ra- erintendent, will meet at 9:43: a.
Mr!!. Alice Jones and Miss Eliza- refreshments of cake and ice fuse were in Jacksonville Wednes- m. The morning worship Is at 11 Delicious Regular Meals

beth Phillips were in Jacksonville I cream were served. day. a. m. and the pastor Rev. J. 1.

Lill be no measurementon :Mr. Johns Tuesday and Wednesday on bus Ioe88. I CIIl'KCII OF CHRIST Miss Young of South Floridawas West, will use as his topic. "When Healthful Vegetable Plates

on perch.will be re- i The Church of Christ In Brooker here to attend the funeral of the Boy with the Handicap Comes Short Orders

I sportsmen limit of Mr. and Mrs. A. Sullivan and wishes to Invite the public to at- 'J. L. Harrell and was an overnight Through."
the bag
I obey and 25 of mixed baby of Miami are visiting their tend services at their new build- : guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Kelly Following the morning service W7'" - - -1aIr
kind - - "
Is announced parents, :Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sul- Ing near the home of C. C. Melvin : Friday. the ordination of an elder will -

to change. livan and other relatives. across the railroad In Brooker. Miss Lois VanZant of Jackson- take place, and after this ser

easurement. Sgt. Joe Thompson, who spent Services will be held each Lord's yule is visiting: her brother and vice, the reception of children as WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICERADIO

some time overseas was visiting Day at 10:30( : a. m. The speakerfor sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Carl members will be observed. These

; Conventionadford friends here Saturday. the 1st and 3rd Sundays will VanZant this week. S 2-c Van- are two of the most beautiful

be H. H. Henderson of Jasper and Zant was discharged from the spiritual activities and the public HEADQUARTERS
County Singing Dont'-forget prayer meeting on
night and Christian for the 2nd and 4th Sundays navy last week. He served 15 I.a cordially Invited to attend.
will meet with the The music for the service will
Leander Parrish of Trenton.
Endeavor and Church months overseas. Mrs. VanZant OLDEST IN THE CITY
Sun- on Sunday
Church on
aptist be under the direction of :Mrs E.
Everyone is cordially Invited to wan formerly Miss Myrtle Brad-
24 for an afternoon flea- night. attend and all services. E. Lansing with Mrs. E. M. Davis
| at 2 o'clock. A. D. ley.H.
nlng C. Kelly and Louie Lee Wainwright at the organ. Major AppliancesAnd
ealdent of the oonveni JOIN TIlE C II AMBER OF PAKRISII-BLOSS

cordial invitation to COMMERCE: and help bull i L. Harrell In Tifton Ga., Satur- PLOIIIUAl IN: CHAN.CKKV. : .
Starke. announces the marriage of her : .
day afternoon. Zenith Motorola G. E.
daughter Louise Bloss, to Roscoe Marianne. Ilarrett Rna-ttm, Plnlntlff
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynoldsand v.. Ijnvene Claire Rogers Defen ,
Parrlsh son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe dant. Case No. 4349.<< .
his parents Mr. and Mrs.
Parrish. The ceremony wa performed Reynolds Sr., of Baldwin spent OUPKlt NOTICE OF PITHLICATIOXAND TO APl'KAH
ENJOY GOOD FOOD.ATANLEY'S Farnsworth Sentinel RadiosOn
In the Courthouse in Lake Sunday with Mrs. Reynolds' par- ST.\TI101-: JfUUA to: KuirenaKnurr"
Butler on Saturday, Feb. 9. wh H. renlddnco I.l IIox 65, ,
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mosley. Kurmlntctiin, llllnoliv
The bride wore a fuchsia dress Rev, and Mrs. J. O. Raulersonwere You are required to appear on
with black accessories and a cor- March 4. 1946\, In the above named March 1st Come In And See The
RANCH in Sanderson Sunday.Rev. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff'
sage of white carnations. She E. M. Tetter of Jackson McvkH divorce and restoration of Only Radio That Will Play Records
was a student of the Brooker Maiden Name. Hrnrtford County
ville, Junior Page and Idalee Telegraph. hall publish thin Order
Junior High School and a memberof Starling were supper guests of In next four weekly IXHUXH.Vltnend 10 Inch or 12 Inch Mixed .
\MILES!\ SOUTH OF TOWN ON ROAD 28 the 1946 graduating class. \ my hand and official
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse Sun-
seal nt HtHrko, Florida thl. January -
Mr. Parrish was recently discharged 94. 1046.OFFICIAL .
day night.
Zenith Has It !
from the army after serv- Rev. J.. O. Raulerson who recently Aa( Clerk of SEAL laid. Court) A. J. Thomas

ing four years. sold the Lawtey Hardwareto R. If. Duncan- SIT Lynch JIM*.

[TEAKS CHICKENSEA Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jones and Robert Rosier Is opening a Jacksonville 2-1 4t 3-32 Florida. Arty for ?If.

Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Jones of Rock- hardware store in Starke.L. -
G. Crews has his dischargefrom isr c-iKririT: COURT. DRAOFORU
Ga. several days recently -
mart spent ("ov' 'rY. FLORIDA, IN VHAM.neorge .
FOOD with Mr. and Mrs. R. M.I the army medical corps. CI1RT. "Wi I
INKIER Electric Service
Gainey. While here they enjoyeda K. Dorfner Plaintiff "..
Mararuerlta Latham Oorfner
visit to Silver Springs. John Daniel Hicks dant. Cane No. 43 DINNER PARTIES SOLICITED Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mintz and ORDER OF 221 TEMPLE AYE.

Mrs. A. B. Funeral services for John Dan- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
.. ., daughter, Barbara HTATB OF FLORIDA tot! Mar-
: Crosby of Jacksonville spent the I iel Hicks 28, who died at his ruerlta Latham Horfiier, whoiierenldenoe ., r

weekend with parents Mr. and' home In Palatka, Sunday Feb. 10 You are and required address to U appear Unknown.on .

Mrs. L. R. Gainey. were held at 2 p. m. Wednesday, !March 4, 146 In the above named ,

Complete Service Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stokes have Feb. 13. at Midway Cemetery near tiff Court seeks and divorce.cause liradrord, wherein County plain I

ey returned to their home in Texas Madison. He was a native of Live Telegraph shall publish thus Order

B.ilifRY City. Texas after spending some Oak, going to Palatka about 9 In Witness next four weekly |I..u.. .
my hand and official
I, mi Looks like it's going: to be time here with Mr. Stoke's parents years before his death. at Ht.rke, Florida thin January meal

t' IBRllKU a long time yet before Mr. and Mrs. Blrt Stokes.S Survivors Include his mother, 29(OFFICIAL, 19 46. SEA!.) A. J. Thomas

r'ucMTPUUCS* many of us get that new 2-c Donald Crews left Thurs- Mrs. Maggie Hicks a widow Mrs. A. Clerk of said Court.

/ S. C., after Hicks, Brenda T. Frank Landrum, Utarke, Florida
car we've been waiting for. day for Charleston Emma a daughter Att). for Plf.. a.l 41V 2-21 / ,
Therefore, It's more important spending some time here with his Mae Hicks and a son. John Wes- I
parents Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crews. ley flicks all of Palatka; five sla : (".R"I.'.'" ("O"UT, nltA.'OH"
than to let keep
ever us COUNTY. FLOIt1U.tl| IN C'llAW
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Baxter and ters. Mrs. Ruby Brown and Mrs. vr.UY. / .

,, your old car in A-l condi- son, Keleum. of Gainesville were C. B. Brown of Starke. Mra. M. Orady V..rono U Webb Webb Plaintiff.DefeniIant.. vit. Norma A

tion. Sunday guests of his slater Mrs.C. M. Williamson, and Mrs. E. L. No. 41H9OltDKH. Caee

Barre Lee Mrs. O. E. Barrs. OF PUBLICATION
J. Crews.
Lubrication Polishing APPEAR
Miss Phyllis Hazen of FSCW In WIndermere; a half-slater, Mra. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Norma

Tallahassee spent the weekend Annie Sullivan, Williston and two Veronoe Webb, whose residence .and
address In 14* South Con....",
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.B. half-brothers, George rocks, Wal- Hpnrtenbura1. South Carolina.

OIL PRODUCTS F. Hazen. do and Manning Hicks Lee. You are required to appear on
March 4. l>>41In\ the above
Mrs. Cassie Lauromore of St. named .
Court and cause wherein
:ARDEN'S SERVICE STATION Petersburg Is visiting her brother ding in Hawthorne Sunday. plaintiff\ aeeke divorce II r a dford Yes,
and Mrs., Miss Martha Lee Martin of County Telegraph hall publish thus You Can Rest
II. Carden, Mgr. Temple Ave. Sf: Call St. and Luther slster-ln-law Sowell. Camp Standing spent the weekend Order Witness.In next my four hand weekly and leanee.official Assured of Perfect Satisfaction 4

Mrs. Earl Green and Mrs. with her parents, Mr.; and Mrs. meal at Btarke, Florida. thin January When You Send Your Clothes

Ernest Edwards spent Sunday In W. O. Rimes. (OFFICIAL HI 1946.SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas to Our Plant. To Please You Is Our Sole Aim In Life.
; Malcolm and Iva Mae Lewis at- Ac Clerk of said Cou..t.T. .
Waldo with their parents Mr. and tended the show in Lake Butler Frank Ijindrum, atarke. Florida,
\\n Your Tires Are Slick Time to Recap! Mrs. W. H. Denton.Mr. I Saturday night. Atty. for Pit. '.1 4t 3-31 ,

and Mrs. J. O. Surrency of I Mrs. Colin Knight and Mollie IN! CIRCUIT COI-RT./ niiAnconn PHONE 135
it. RECAPPING Hudson Falls, N. Y., are visiting Jacksonville COIJNTV.: FLOHIUAI IV CHAN.emir. .
Surrency spent .
AND VULCANIZINGALL his father A. B. Surrency and Thursday with their sister Mrs. Dorlw. Martin Hhuler, Plaintiff vii ROUT. 315
SIZE TIRES sister, Mrs. R. G. Allen. Paul Warren Shuler: Defendant.Came 171JIJ1.J.W
R. G. Allen. No. 4367.ORDER :
,; AND TUBES Mr. and Mrs. Walter MathewsMr. Mr .and Mrs. R. F. Qano spent OF PUBLICATION GREEN, 7telU Temple
and Mrs. Dock Thomas and AND NOTICE TO APPKAH .
afternoon in
Monday STATE OF FI/OKIDA to Paul
of : Owner
Thomas An.Y.LEAR .
24-HOUR SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Roy Warren Hhuter whose renlilenr andaddreim
-J MATERIALS Jacksonville and Mrs. Vera Allen IX: CIRCUIT COURT BRADrOHIIrninvrr. !Is Arlington hotel' Macon
: BEST birthday dinner with FLOHIUAI IM CHAN.CRRY. Oeora-lo
enjoyed a You are required to appear on
GRADE "A" RUBBER Mrs. Alice Thomas here on Sun Harry Charles Fr.emall.PI.lntlff. March 4, 1(46 In the above named
ve. Kathryn Phillip. Freeman D.- Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
Workmanship Guaranteed day. Feb. fendant. Case No. 43.11. eeekm divorce cad. restoration of
Mrs. L. R. Hill of KnoxvllleTenn. ORDER Of PUBLICATION Maiden Name. Hradford County:
PHONE 79 some time with Mr ANI NOTICE TO APF10AR Telegraph shall. publish this Order .
spent STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr*. In next four weekly IMUOH.
and Mrs. Arthur Edward re-, Kathryn Phillip Freeman, who* Wltneee my: hand and offish $ NC
She also visited her slater realdenoe and Addreim I.! 1,156 I.ssvenworth eeal at Starke Florida this Jan

iTARKE. TIRE SERVICE cently., Mrs. H. H. Howard and parents I ifornia. Street Han FVanclaco, Cal (:7p'lgiA.I INS.LHBAL: ) A. J. Thomas. TO !

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ed- Tou ar. required to appear onMa..ch \m Clerk of said Court.T. Fly
4, 1941n the above named Frank f- ndrum. Stark., Florida,
wards. Court and cauee, wherein plalnt'ifla.eeia Atty. for Plf. '-I 4t '.U < '
djolninlr Temple Garage Temple Ave. Mrs., T. W. Markey attended the divorce.I Bradford CountyT.l.rraph /
Khali this OrderIn
shower for :Mrs. Edna Marian next four weekly l.nie.Wltneaa USE under the [

Waters Baron at the oWman'a my: hand and official
Feb. seal at Htarke, Florida ,thl. JanOFFIc'tAL -
Club in Alachua Wednesday ear, 21. U" 666Cold
6. ( SEAL A. /. Thomas G. I. BILL OF RIGHTSat
In Aa Clerk of eald Court.T. .
Roy Allen, who Is employed Frank Landrum. tarke, FloridaAlly .
( > REASONABLE Arcadia, and a friend. Frank Arnold : for Pit. .-1 4t '-13 Preparations

spent the weekend with his Llgsld-Tshler.-ealv..F1e.. Urepe

in every sense of fine and upright parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Allen Be Quick TreatBronchitis CAUTION. 1._..'"A. n..ee.e4

modern serving and unusual carefulnessin Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and

needless J. W. Thomas were visiting In STARKE AIR PORTFor
guarding against expense Green Cove Springs one day last FISH-TAILS

week. fry PV0GY Ttq FaQ POISE
I- Mrs 3. P. Roberts and son Chronic bronchitis may develop U

perman. spent Saturday afternoon your cou; h.chest cold.or acute bron- WHY So NAPPY
chitia ia not treated and you cannot)
DEWITT C. JONES In Starke. weekIn afford to take a chance with any medicine PUj :
B. Surrency spent last CreomuUlon %
AMBULANCE: SERVICE A. less potent than InformationCall
Jacksonville. which goes right to the eat at the

Funeral Director Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gellman of trouble to help loosen and,expel germ III BE HOME AT :
laden phlegm and aid nature V. S. St. John142
weekend guests
STARKE. PHONE 7 Jacksonville were soothe and heal raw tender.inflametl >; +
of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey. bronchial mucous membranes. t'rotttawrstT .

Our local funeral home enables us to H. M. Baxter and Mrs. Lee Har Creomuloion blends beechwooa ;'
proceaswlth other or
Thurs- creosote byspedal
offer conveniences and services not rell of Jacksonville spent time tested medicines tor coughs.

otherwise available. day visiting here. It contains no narcotics.No
Mrs. H. C. Martin of Hawthorne matter how many medicines Maj. Richard G. Kidd A.U.S. Res.
druggist to ,
weeks recently have
several you
mid spent tell
the highest type service at the lowest prices and and daughter sell you a bottle with
A-YY life ANY com- with her son-in-law understanding Ilka the at Phone 63t
Insurance In force Issued by the
IW J Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano. way It quickly allays : cough,per-
Payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation Mr. and Mra R. F. Gano at- mltto rest and lock you wo to

lie obligation. I the Brown-Beckham wed- have your money ,)

tended .... ..


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1: .Tames H. Saxon Judge Gardiner Moves To Town


I! Buried Pioneer Saturday Hamptonite; After 46 Years On Farm Place 11 7

Saxon, 78, died! In the early
James Henry he Following a period
his gardening, says.
of en
1 After 42 living
Wednesday night, Feb. 13, at his ,beautiful 160-acre years farm place a Looking in excellent health, he 90's as town clerk and later as

I I home In Hampton after being in few miles northwest of Starke, was in a reminiscent mood when justice of the peace, he became,

declining health for several Judge George A. Gardiner and Mrs. Interviewed this week and recalled In*1896, the youngest county judgeIn

years. Gardiner recently moved Into their an Interesting background/ the state. At the same time. I rr r

Born 'January 24. 1868 In Ap- new home, a small frame house at to an agricultural and public ser Judge Gardiner remembers! Ever- Ask Ab'outViretont The

pilng- County, Ga., he came to 210 Orange Street purchased vice career which dates locally ett Johns served here as Florida'syoungest

Hampton 75 years ago with his from'' Mrs. Rosa Carter. from 1881. sheriff

parents the late Henry and Sally Marvin L. Lawson! the new It walt in this year that he first Judge Gardiner served In this

Saxon.: During/ moat of his active owner of the Gardiner place, appeared on the streets of Starke capacity Intermittently until January -

years he was engaged in comes here from Auburndale. He a visitor of his uncle, S. F Gardiner 1932, and prior to his suc- ,

farming and expanded his hold- is a brother of H. A. Lawson, an early pioneer in the north cession by Judge E. K. Perryman, ,

Ings until he became one of the local...wholesale and retail meat Florida realty business. He came had not been defeated for public

largest property owners In the dealer here as a farmer's son having office:

county .with large tracts northeast Judge Gardiner 'who retains his been raised In a rural section, In He was born In 1865 "the son '

of Hampton. He also owned title although he Charles County Maryland 20 of a Confederate soldier I on my
much rental properly within the left public office In 1932 served miles. south Washington, D.. C. father's side, and the, nephew of AY a

Hampton towmlte, both residential ax county judge here for 24 years He early showed a desire to two. Confederate soldiers on'my ;: i

and business.. When his health Ills' decision to move to town branch out from agricultural pursuits mother's side." He and his second j

began to fall seven years ago, he from his'comfortable country and was self-taught in law wife, formerly Minnie Dohms,

started selling his holdings and home was largely enforced by the with the assistance of Judge were married ct St. Augustine In

had disposed of most property difficulty o f obtaining adequatefarm James. T. Wills and Major B.. L. April 1933. his first wife the

before his death. labor In recent years. TheJudge Bugg, who loaned text books and former Debbie'- Austin, died In

He had been a member of the still intends to do a bit of otherwise encouraged his studies. 1932.
Hampton Christian Church for i

than 35 I You are required to appear on1Iar..h
.more years. IX CIIICI'IT rol HT. uU.UU\OIIU\ i
Important Meeting miTY. PLOUIOll IN lIIp': '. 25, 1948. In the above nam- .. .
Survivors Include hIs wife,, Ellen r'FIIY.Rolmu: ed Court and cause wherein plaintiff -
.Johns Saxon; one sister, Mrs. Minnie At' Baptist Church I.,. Kindt, Plaintiff, v.... Evan seeks divorce. Bradford County .
If. Kindt. Defendant Onue No. 4183.: Telegraph shall- publish this OrderIn '
Weathemby.. Pompanothree; ORDER prmt.irATioN next four' weekly I..N II 0".
brothers, W. .T. Saxon, Oakland( Next WednesdayDr. : AND NOTICE Ttr APPEAR Witness" my hand and official & '
., HTATK. OF FLORIDA tot Evnn 1r. Ural Ht aturke, Florida. this Febnmrv .
Park, O. y, Saxon, Hampton, and John Maguire, State Secretary Kindt, whore residence In Ixt Knur. 20, 11148.OFFICIAL : $ --JLF Vi refont
C.. W; Saxon Pompano. The Saxons of Missions Clifford Hol- Ave. Eqwlpt. Co. ifrav.t APO 68 ( SEAL Court.. J. Thomas, ,
Clerk of said
New Aa
Postmaster. Nsw York
reared from childhood| two comb State Brotherhood Secretary York.% T. Frank Landrum, Htarke Florida .

foster daughters, Mabel and Lucille and Dr. J. Harrison Griffin, You are required to appear on Atty. for Pit_ 2-22 4t 3-15 T DELUXE
Green. March 11. 11146. In the above named -
Secretary of the Department of Court and C"IIMe. wherein plaintiff iv: \, Funeral services "were. held at Christian Education will be the seeks divorce. Bradford County 'UI'' '''V. .FLOItll I It: CIIAN-; CHAMPIOMTi.
this. Order I CIal4Y,
Telegraph shall/ publish
11 o'clock 'Saturday morning at speakers at a meeting the First In next four weekly Indues.Witness Edmund Frederick I Ronffard,
the graveside In the Methodist Baptist Church of Starke on Wed my hand and official .Heal I'lalntlff. vs.. Elsie Mae Koufftird, W to t er r d r iv i n 3 Tire That Stays
\. .at Hturke, Florida, thin February 7, Defendant. Case No. 4426.(
Cemetery at Hampton with tho nesday. Feb. 27, at 2:30: ( p. m. lIMfl.! ORDER OF PUBLICATION Safety Safer longer
Rev. J. B. Dixon and the Rev. of all the I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Fred S. Dodd officiating.' Arrangements Representatives An" Clerk of Raid Court. !STATE: OF FLORIDA to t.hle You get patented
churches In the New River Association I Zach It. Douglas, Gainesville. Fla. Mae. Bouffard, whose residence. and exclusive construction
were in charge of will be to hear I Ally for Plf. 2.8 4t '-1 : address Is Unknown.
Key-McCabe Funeral Home Jack- present You are required to appear on When NeWFirestone features which issurt
these outstanding speakers presentthe iv: CIRCUIT<: cornr.cnuiTYt nRADFonD March 25, 1046 In the above extra safety and
_vt1le. Christian educationand FLOIUUAI. IN CIIAN-: named Court and'calL.e, wherein LuxeF extra
of CLe.
cause CKitr.U. plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford mileage at no extra
Pallbearers! were A. O. An- the claims of Stetson University .' .'. FoathemtonPlaintiff, v....' M. County Telegraph shall publish F
slreu. A. J. Thomas, C. E. Johns as the Instrument of the Kmirin Featherston Defendant.. Cane this.Order In next four weekly Issued. Champions Are cost. For most miles

:Marshall Matchett J.. C. Wynn Florida Baptist convention In forwarding No.ORDER 41U. OF PUBLICATION Witness my hand and official Available to You per dollar choose

and Carlton Chastaln.,. I this cause. ''. AND NOTICE TO APPEARSTVTE Heal at Starke. Florida this February Firestone De Luxe:
OP( FLORIDA to: M. Emma 20( 1914.OFFICIAL VVe Will Equip Your Champion Tires.CLEANUPS .
: Realizing that the' only solution alherston,, whom residence ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas

Negro Ex-Soldier to the problems\ of the post and Richmond address VlrKlnla.Is 2030 W. Uraca Street T.As Frank Clerk Landrum.of .said Court..Starke, Florida 'C a r an d Buy Your

Seized By ,Fit war world must be found throughthe You are required to appear on1IIar..h Atty. for Mf., "V '2-22 4t 3-15 Recapped Tires
of the principle of 11. 1946. In the above namedCourt -'-':
application and cause, wherotn plaintiff iv: cinruiT cotrnr. BRADFORD
'In CourthouseA Christianity. Florida Baptists are seeks. divorce. Irradford/ County COUNTY. FLORIDA IN: CHAN-
In' million Telegraph. shall. publish this OrderIn c..nY. .-
negro ex-soldier, believed a now engaged raising a. m Kt four weekly Issues. John 8. Blank, 3rd, Plaintiff vn.I'aullne .
dollars for, the endowment and Witness my hand and offlulal' Elizabeth Wilkinson, Blank,
victim of mental illness, created a of Stetson University, neal at Htarke, Florida. this. Feb- Defendant. Cane No. 4429.
brief turmoil at the courthouse expansion ruarv 7. 1498.O"'FICIAL ORDER OF PUBLICATION (olpHo Jo the M?
Saturday afternoon their own Institution where the ( SEAL: ) A. :J.' Thomas I AND NOTICE) TO APPEAR, Quicker Better
when withoutwarning emphasis placed ''upon scholar Aft.,Clerk of said Court. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Pauline
he began to shout and' ChBH. R. Menu-204-05 Realty BI<1IL'k..onvllle *. I Elizabeth Wllklnspif Blank, whose 7
plunge about the hallway. The I ship combined with Christian character ./ Florida Atty. for Pit. residence and address Is: 2O/ Bents l
2-8 4t 3-1 Drive, Sheffield, Yorkshire England. SPONGE. "rte
veteran Emory Brown, of Samp- : : You are required to appear on
son City, was at the time The meeting at Starke will be iv ruici'iT rniTRT. nnADFonn Marrh 20, 1946, In the above nam- PAIL ;1
ap-// COUNTY FLOIIIDAl IN CIIAN-; ed Court and cause. wherein plaintiff -
of three months itinerary
the County. Clerk's one a CKRV. .seeks divorce. Bradford County
, .Mce*. In the course of the which will take these and other Keith I K.: KlHtlcr, Plaintiff, vs. Sue Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
spasm Ann Wilson Klstler. Defendant. next' four weekly. Issues. To Keep Your Car 89c t
collided with a young lady, who speakers to every Case No. 4423.ORDER Witness. my hand and official seal
been standing, In the corrl- atlon In the State, and which will OF PUBLICATIONAND at Starke, Florida this February 1 Shining With ilfffe

reach directly or indirectly, 190- NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEARSTATE' to Sue 20.(OFFICIAL( 1114S,' SEAL) A. J. Thomas, EffortGlass Ir.y.,5GI w.9h the car

Jepxlty Sheriff Ben Rowe ap- 000' Baptists with an appeal for Ann Wilson whose. reel. As Cleric of .said Court.T. II ii iI with thtrf Jaar.ck7 pact: .
Christian education,. 1..nne and Is % leneral Frank Landrum, Starke, Floflela. filled with vloes of Hue;*
'Yft". the scene and took the Invitedto Delivery, Anhevllle North' Carolina.. Atty. for 1'lf- 2-22 41 1-15 CI MBn.r........W2Oc !1P!nge.PrWax .
'The Is cordially '
aabectInto: custody. The negro public N r__ ._ __ L' ., _
statod .on regaining.consciousness attend the meeting on February WoA't Cracker Peel'

...t'.bP: had experienced.a,violent 27, f -.. Cleaner..............Pt. JOe
Inadauhe' after drinking from thel4earby EVERY .BRANCH OF" I .
'could ", .; (! .' liquid
fountain ,than, r i Methodist Church (
member nothing. .C" .Tiee: Polishing Wax__.Pt. JOe .iruroea.aria
.9Ie 1r/
Belief was expressed that The Rev. Shuleir Peele, District Cleaner and

Brown's condition may have( been ,Superintendent of the Gainesville J Polish., ...;=.....:......Pt. :JOe met
h consequence of military .,experience District, will preach Sunday evening n 6 u.anc Chemical '

postiibly.a reaction. nerve Feb. ,24 at 7:30: ,o'clock. He

shock or concussion., ,There were is one of the outstanding preachers ". r .Polishing Cloth.......3OcL White Tire

no aymptoma1' of'epilepayJt, was of the conference and will SlmonlzWax7 74Oc Z
a > t..G9C
stated. The removed hold the fourth quarterly confer- r
.man was by ;
Sheriff A. O. Andreu and admitted ence 'of the year Immediately after ;.-t }.: )Simonlz' Produces a smooth "ilk.*.
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to the Veterans Hospital at the preaching service. H. G. Wall Agency Kleener.........? u-..4Oc .ew" tltet.finish It's en flexible wait when sidewall .-

Hake City. The Rev W J. Churchwell pastor Wool Wash Mltt..O8c a>>>>u.cI. Fine quality

On Monday afternoon Ossla BellWtsglns. will preach Sunday morning .

farmer of the Lawtey at 11 o'clock on the subject "The

vicinity was seized while In thecourthouse I I Church of the Living God."' Constant Service Over V 50 Years

by an attack whichnadered The young people will meet

him temporarily helpless. Sunday at 6:13: p. m., for an Interesting Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED
.. HoPP?
O. received treatment for the program. B.tt K..ps Baby Sale,
'__. which was asserted to be Bible study and Prayer Meeting r.IJQbt for Greater Sahty

Wednesday evening at 7:30: o' AUTO
clock. Bible Story Hour each

epilepsy.W.C.T.U. Tuesday at 2:30: p. m.. In the SEALED BEAM BABY

recreation building. SEAT>

Layman's Day will be observed: LAMPS

A millionaire, turned bootlegger at the church Sunday Feb. 24. ',
FOR SALE. House trailer with FOR KENT-Or* 3-room apartment. 1.89
; Han M-rvIng a Ions prlnna with Judge IS. K. Ferryman chairman tires, custom built fair condi Private bath. F. A. Scott, phone
term when" a friend of his of the Board of Stewards, In tion. plant.Reasonable inquire CocaCola Itp* 64. 1011 Temple Ave. it 1.10 f

vlslte| him one day. The mil- charge. Subject of this programwill FOR SALE-- trailers 2 cabins, ease
OonsJre- was sitting erosalegged be "Ouf Timeless Mandate to FOR SALE-t 5-room house com- built of heavy heaver board 4 These Ton Cd drive 1bUheaditgbfyg
with needle and Serve to to Save.: Various pleUly furnished with electric ply waterproof flooring; built of are replacement lamps for 701U' .baby t. serf. 1110
an enormous a Speak, refrigerator and' electric hot xl2 cypress. Can be used again. system. m present Sealed k&1q ut. suolIl
ftsJI of twine, sewing burlap topics of the subject will be water heater. I adjoining Ion. Kasy to tear down. Selling clieap. au case fining the system comfortable fra.UIIo
newly fenced. P. O. flux 84S Nick's. Trailer Camp, ''Starke. Fla. fabric metal
-* I developed by Ia.ymen.CORRECTION __or apply 311Ft Church at' tf a-8 4tp
"Hello"; said the friend; ,
Swing, eh?
Lure. take your film to Dahmer'sGift
No", said. the pritionor, with In last week's !Issue It was stated BUSINESS PROPERTY .' .. i.g jt

x grim smllej "Reaping". that Dr. W. E. Mlddleton was ORE EN COVE SPRINOS-Fop leas: Char,'PewtrM Ton .

Christian Dlgmtt."Drink occupying the office of the late Ideal tourist trailer camp. or
Dr. O. L. Haynes on Water St.. : A.L business. locations, >,immediately
In the source of aU STROUT'aaaT.i: adjoin lair Naval fl..... Riverfront Twin TrnanpetAuto
Is in
while remodelling
progress. or highway I frontage. J. T. Lan-
sea, and ruin of half the work- This should have read that he Is Oreatee* adwrtUer .ftrr ...... don> lax. Ph. aIT.< tf Horna l
n...il Y. IIa ..*. ._.
sax men In the country. occupying the former office of tx.oeo sale .f lls**_FarnMAereast ARMY SURPLUS DDT POMP<-Auto
George Washington. the late Dr. Haynes over the H. *. Barer: m>M sill OTr the Fountain corner Walnut. Madl- #1
W..... FT. .. .... lUtlasr.E. son Starke. jf 6.95,
C. Wall Insurance Agency.
FOR RENT 1 five room unfurnlsh.. Baby .DlDloek
Represented Locally By ed house, clean comfortable, close. .
F. 0. UOWNOWORTHits In. with bath, hot water storerooms 1.98
..t.". Apply Quigley. and ad
So. Walnut St. Davis office sr warmers tb\.. .1a i1 a.by twinge gently. la
Denney, -
IL's a '
Clothingand FOR RENT-On* 4 room unfurnlsh. OomPleW17 wired, e-of 10 faslalL safety and comfort HMCompUt I
MATTRESSES of all kind tIDS8L
furniture upholstered r.no"at.ll and- ed house Hints. ,,shower etc. aatetT gersp
riose In. Apply Quigley and
Drop us a card. Davl office.FOR .
tip. Palatka. Fla. tf RENT! .
-New house water and
ShoesFOR lights partly furnished nr unfurnished K 9pt Motor Oil Clean
FOR SALE Patching NeWt
well furnished.-Practically 3 bedrooms nw! .home, desirable !See' Arthur Hale I ; _/ cGOJJ/
mile out of Stark. on the Rat.
location lot 0n310.. reasonable ford
easy. terms. Writ Box road. ltpLOSTfold
718 or call No.1. itp
weddingband at Flor-
Ida Theatre. Pleas. return to
FOR BALK-I T-room house. completely box office up k
furnished with electric re-
The Entire frlgarator. gas ranire heater and FOR f'ALE--8.U glass window.
Family hot water heater. P. O Hox (-44 I 5'panel, door anti I class In top
,I or apply 311 S. Church at. Stark. doors, all new. R..J. Turner at !
II I tf C. H. DrlKKers Furniture Co. Itp W Oil ,FilterCartridges:

i'OnLEI body' ,!" Inch wheeled wheel, ,trailer fine ,Urea new I I COLLIE Urtlry. PUP Owner taken may have up at by Jones'ld.nUfylng. Tube Repair : Auto Door

Every day is bargain dayat A, O. Elland, Hox 19, Hampton. and paying. for ad. lip
__Fla. up I Kit . lad: 89c up Mirror..i9
FOR RALE-Aln..l. Cole planter and bedrorn. Mrs, J. M. Clean oil ksepa a motor
the * distributor Lx r>. El- phone 9a. It Br. are an the rappllea running longer:, more Urea clear Tlalon to tli.
land. Hox JOO. Hampton. Fla. Itp needed to make: permanent. XkeM cartridge dq rear fonr-laea son-It Te
HELP WANTED white middle.aged tab repairs. Easy: to st mirror ananal arm.
tH tatioL any
0IRI23. desire. Job. Three years chambermaids for high class. .
office experience, but would lie hotel In Ortnond Beach. fAO per
Interested In other types. of work. month, with room, board and .
Cart type Write P. U. Box 4U Fare' paid' one way. Phone lOdO
STAR Store or telephone No. lit J-23 4t Orntonil, EVach or wire Mrs. M. K. 'Smith< CoquIna Hotel
flALr. MAN \VANTED-A good reliable Ormonil Beach Fla. It J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS

man or woman to .supply FOR RENT-On* house. and three .
customers with IfiwUlvh ;4'ro i-room
apartments wlthtra. heat
darts. Write Rawleigh.s Depr. .
r onnabl
0.223,111, Memphis. TennItp Plant.' Inquire Coca-C lip I I 600 Temple Ave. STARKE, FLORlI



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