Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 25, 1947
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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With Colonel Bradford BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH'Official

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id la"nff! has |It that familiarity breeds contempt. It also

"indlffHn ncp and helps develop blind spots so that we do not

tninB n our own environment that are immediately andes County Publication Established In 1877VOLUMJV

painfully\ obvious to the outsider.

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times -- -- -- --
as you've passed over the city limits

,ap. have you ever stopped to notice the crudely scrawledg -. ,. -- ... -- ,
the gates (placed to the aide of every cattlegap so the

jn vehicles still In use can get in and out of town) ? Funeral Today
rsedrawn Canova Explains Taxpayers Given (I Bradford Soil Yields Crops ValuedAt
ugh lettering certainly no masterpieces of art boldly shout: For Jack A/ Howe,

CLOSE". The lower case "g", In contrast with the

ipltal gATE letters is meticulously repented in'all the signs. Com- Election Issue Chance To Voice Resident of LawteyJack More Than $500,000 Last YearThat

,th 'm- lush crop of dog fennels that grace the road shoulders Albert Howe. 71, well

Ithn ::nn 'of year the signs\ must undoubtedly give the puzzled known naval stores operator. dieWpilnendny the soil of Bradford County yielded crops whose

.m mpresslon that he la entering a real-life replica of the I As Economy Move Opinions Soon night at hla. home In gross !sales totaled. well over half a million dollars in the 12

rom trip town of Dogpatch instead: of the up-and-coming I l Lawtey after an extended lllnens. month period from\ July 1916!) to July 1917 i is revealed in esti-

cm thai Starke actually is. Hr.: Howe) was born In Chicago>, i mated figures released this week by R. II. Alvarez managerof

October 23. 1875. Hla par the State Farmers Market.\ I

H were the late John amt .Kllzah : .
Estimated 1 sales made in this county, principally through
Howe natives of London ..
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PAQK snAugust the market, totalled $518-
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STARKE, FLORIDA jland. who were among the pir -
18. IIM1 568.58. This does not include
n-LY <> settlers of Klngsley Lake,
named. Red Sox Drop returns from produce sold by I
18 1947. In the above
', CIRCUIT r u nr, BRADFORD i family moved to the lake In18RO'
E C 0 L 11 T .0 !N Court and; cause, wherein plllntilty Bradford farmers the
1941, COl IS TV. Telegraph and and I
! of Section 1137.13. Florida\ Statutes, asiloo .seeks divorce Hradforil County grew oranges
the. nrovtslomi" 8 of Chapter 22,839. Laws. of Florida Acts of 1945. Evelyn: VEIIY"Kitts. Plaintiff, vs. ElmerKltts shall publish this order In pea commercially? for severa Jacksonville market.
I fh. ? a public hearing shall he held by the CountvKfrM Defendant Case No. 6781. next four weekly Issues. official. Weekend GamesThe Main cash as always
"Instruction of Bradford. Florida. on Wed"e daY. PUBLICATION Witness my hand. and rlt on the "Old Howe Place", crop
"' Ih' hour! of .10-00: A. M.Count a County Hoard meeting ORDER ANI NOTICE OF TO APPEAR seal at tlturke. Florida, this July r known as CadY'A They opted was strawberries with an estimated

"" 17.OIrlhlluee al County at Starke the proposed Florida. for school the purpose budget" of of said discussing county STATE whose Of residence FLORIDA Is tot unknownYou Elmer: 16.(OFIoICIALAs..E 1947. ) A. 3. Thomas.: the first public bathing Starke Red Sox dropped i two $312,101.10 return from i
,ditrns if the 1848 Kitts, : Clerk of said Court 3S.B31 crates marketed at
( June 80 an
1. 1947 and ending onAugust ch on Klngil< Lake.
to y
rel year beginning I July are required appear C. Conner D. t*. ball games last weekend, bodefeated ''
summarised, as follows:: II.I 1947. In the above named. ny Lucille average price of $8.10 per crate.
vet 's & Green Starke, f. A. Howe and llvei 9-0
! F"r Nippon And M.laten..e. Of Schools Court and cause, wherein plainGreen. for Plf, 7-18 4t 8-8 family by Macrlenny on Honor for second place aa the
lIteeelpte tiff seeks divorce Bradford CountyTelegraph many years on (their farm Saturday and 13-2 by Fcmnndlnn
249,708.96 shall publish this Order past year's moneymaking
State. Source.County crop
te just east of Starke on the on Sunday
Sources, : !In next four weekly Issues rot-wr. lilt UFonD noes to with a return o(
cmct'iT pecans
Taxes Assessed S1.B41S4 Witness. my hand and official IN FLORIDA i'Kenlston (,'11N- KlngHley Lake road Ate one The Sox, playing without the I
Raring Commission Fund 87,8"i" "8 seal. at Starke Florida this July roi'inrY. l3OI0.U from 250,000 pounds
24,423.00 (.t=IIY. he was associated with the services of five regular playwere .,,
DlBtrlct Fund (Tanes' ) 9. 1947. dwar" Plaintiff, sold 1 at auctions through the mar
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Frank Mao Kenlston Def..nd..nt.I"qtru..tt"nal J. M. Truby In the Truby; It no match for the fast txAmx
175 Hefty
Total anticipated receipts 8U. As Clerk of said. Court VH. ket last fall.
D. C. Cues No. M09. ve Turpentine Co. The famil; representing Macrlenny and Fern-
of year By Lucille C. Conner PlTDLIC"ATIOSfll.lrlrt In third
beginning OJl" place as a revenue
ORDEI' pro
lees Fund TT9 Starke, Fla. red from Starke to Lawtey 21ra
Salnry B. K. Ferryman AND NOTICE TO APPEAR andlna. George KenlH, Sox regular
Fund 1.971 7* for Plf. 7.11 4t 8-1 Betty hirer was lust summer's tobacco
Atty. to
Transportation FLORIDA
: : STATE OF ago. centerflelcliir f've-'!
l Current Fund 9,014.32 Mae Kenlston.. whose residence Is: pitched crop which brought growers J68,-
Program Fund 110.1317.BOH78 imAnronoCOI'NTY. 4V4 addition to his. wlilow, Mrs hit bull \ tho Maker
Foundation IN cinrriT rornT. 1223 Lee Street, Apartment t against County HIS: (00 for the 152,143 pound
General Int. & Sinking Fund FLORIDA. IN CHA.NElsu" : Charleston, West Virginia. Howe ha survived, five< but
General School Fund 24.3lD.S3 You are retiulrect to appear on e by pine on Saturday gave Ui| marketed

: Knox", Plaintiff vs Roy August IN. 1947. In the above named ghters Mrs. R. K Mathewi, nine walks which added to seven Green In fourth .
53.134.38 corn came as a
caak &790
No. plaintiffseeks
Total available Knox Defendant. CaMe Court and cause, wherein B. R Ocono hU.
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND divorce. Bradford County eland; Mrs Day, !Sox errors, gave opponents money producer, with returns of

Total available cash and current receipts 89809.68 NOTICE TO APPEAH Telegraph shall publish this Order voc, Wls ; Mrs. H. C. IV-dilj, deciding margin. The Sox garner- $18." 1.0 from 30,802 bags mar

Expenditures' STATE OF FLORIDA to: Roy In next, four weekly Issues ml; Mrs H.V.. Shlpp. Jack oil eight MU off the offering fMacclenny
I. General Control 18.R80.00 Knox. whose residence. In unknown Witness my hand. nod official seal keted.' Each bag averaged around,
2. Instruction 21M.623.P" You are required to appear on I\t Starke Florida, this Jllly 17, rllle; and Mrs R. A. Newsome, pitcher Lefty Clark I but five doKim oars.
3, Operation of Plant li'SS'iiiJ: August 8, 1947 In the above named 1947. Chnrlex. A l
ke; two Rons, could never bunch mifflclt-nt powerto
Maintenance: tR.noo JJII. ("ourt and cause wherein pllllntKl OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. Thomas Minor crops and the amount
Auxiliary Agencies 81,612.00 seeks divorce. Bradfoid County ( As Clark of Said Court. re. Snbrlng and \V II. MendiJ, score. 1<011111 struck out 12men realized wero:

6. Fixed Charges ,2'JSSXX, Telegraph shall publish this. Order By Lucille C. Conner, D. c. Cove >t Palm Beach; and, a brothel while Clark was striking out beans BOO
7 Debt Service In next four weekly Issues It vers lit Anderson, Orson Temlorgrpen hampers
Witness my hand and official Springs, Florida. t Howe. Gainesville. 8 Sox. '(l,125.:
Total proposed expenditures, 321,600.06 Starke, Florida, this July Plf. 7-18 4t 8-S
seal at for
Attys. 1 hc-li, Keene i hill
1941. uneral services will be Jake started on the Yellow squash 100 hampers
10. -
Reserve for Contingencies 11,000.00 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas., riRCHT C'Ot'HT. imtl>FOIII> afternoon (Friday) at 2 o'. for the Sox against FYrnnmllnHon $230.: t

Cash Bal. carried over _10,638.67_ As Hy Lucille Clerk of C.said Conner Court., 11. C. IN'OI"TY. Fl.011111 IN tllAN- k In the DeWllt C Jonepel Sunday but wa relievedthe In Cucumbers, 130 hampers, '3110.

Total reserves 29,636.72 T. Frank Landrum, Starke 7.1It, Fla.. 8-1 Lawrenc.('JoRY. Tlson P I a I ntlff. vs.Ilanchu with the Rev. G. V. 1 Let.. second, Inning by Jim Dmlwtn New Irish potatoes 239 ham t

Atty. fro Plf. ; Tlson. Dufendant CasoN or of the Lawtey leap after giving up five inns on 3 hand pers. $178.Okra. f

School Building b: Bus. 6105. Intcrmen 4 walks.
To Special 45C7200 NOTICK: OF UPKCI. MASTER'S! ORDER OF pfflLlCATIOVAND : inch officiating. 100 hampers $325.
Reserve Fund K 11,1NOTICE -: NOTICE TO API'KAKSTATB follow In the family plot lisley Godwin wan relieved by I..ttyKenls lllack-eycd pea, 150: hampers

Total proposed expenditure, reserves. &: 396.309.flRI under and: IS by HKUlil'Y virtue of that OIVEN certain thai Tlson. whose OF. FLORIDA re. ld..".'<' to Is Illijiiche ( Lake Cemetery In the sixth and Korila proved $225. t

transfers Final, Dec-red of Foreclosure and hart Stre.t. Newark New Jersey.on to be the only Starke pitcher 1 Peppers BOO( hampers $2,129.

I For niMrtrt Interest AUnklns: Pntiiln 8,488.511, Kale made the and Circuit entered Court:: on July In anti H August You, are 18 1947.required In the to above appear named able to cope with the big bats oj I llutter bean., ISO: hampers $
(ash balances, beginning of year. 1947. In and .; wherein' pllllntltf' Club
Florida cause t
TaxeD assessed 870000 for Bradford County Court Bradford CountyIn untry the Fernandina nine, striking out $373.
therein pending divorce.
that certain cause Corks this Order while two Giant strlnglesH beans, 79 hampers
receipts and balances 11,155.50Commissions which John li. Denmark Is Plaintiff Telegraph shall publish seven' men giving up
and Louisa C. Thompson also in next four weekly I.eu.and official, hits and two run during 1 hl.< $20(125.:
urea 14200 known wIdow Pamela as Louisa L .Moore Thompson and her a seal witness at Starke my, Florida, this July lens SaturdayL. three-Inning Hint. Peas' (Alabama crowders) 350 .

Payment of Bonds 8,75000 husband IrwIn L. Moore unmarried,. and Dor nroDefendants OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. The Sox journey to ,)Haccl.nnj hamper*. $047.50. .
Interest on Bonds. 1705.00 othy F. Thompson, ( Court Teas (purple hull), 229: hampers
being case No. B6iB, As Clerk of sold on Saturday for a return game
1\\.H7.Oil Special Master, Luclll C. Conner.' D. rft Reynolds, president of th.tone. $348.75. It
undersigned all ny
appropriations the "Ia. and, to Pan Mateo on Sundayand \
Cash balance to be carried over 6,358.50 appointed for sale In and this will cause sell, will at Publlo offer Zilch Atty. II.for Douglas Plf. Galnu.vlilS 7-18 41 8-8 Heights Country CIul meet Archer Ill)_ Bradforc :wan..e.'"'4rAdvnf ..pre.ed" I .

11.161.10 outcry to the highest and 'best bidder Uneed yesterday that plan Field .Thursday; July 31. himself u well pleased with buyer
Fond bidders for cash. during thelegal coi'WT.COI'WTVt IJIIAOFOIID completed for the grand n. I
flue Reserve or riHCMT repritsentatlon on the Starke market
l For I.'hool! nnlldlnit between IN!
hours of ale, to-wit '' FI.OUIUAI IN nlu- of the organization. Because of duties which have
eleven o'clock In the forenoon and during the spring season Con ,

State Foundation Program 83RII4.00 two o'clock Itouthe afternoon door of in DoVly"unlmae West Wright PI..ln-. ttes Saturday afternoon taken up moat of his time, team siderable' attention will be given Ito

County & District Funds 11,26800 the front Bradford of the County Front Court Mouse, tiff, vs. Bernard Casa No.Luther 5"06. Wrlllht e program of events will In. Manager Canon Geiger bas turned cabbage production this fall

Total Receipts 411.072.00 In the City of Starke. Florida, on A. IJetend.nt.mK OF l'unLICATION a golf tournament and skee over the reins to Wallace he stated. All farmers Interested I

rash Balance on hand beginning of year 82.000.00Total D.Monday 1947\ the the same 4th day being of a August legal. sales AND NOTICE OF, FIX TO RIDA APPEARSTATE toMr.: k followed by an organlxa, Salano. Salano will take charge) In a cabbage deal are asked to
77.073.00 rule day. of this Court whose re.-! meeting at 5 o'clock at which
and a Wright him as
Resources Available day Final Bernard Luther 2806 2nd of the) team Saturday against Maoclonny contact as soon possible.
> dfordalCo and address Is Treasurer. J. Edwin Laraei
rl eecrP/.OP.1fuyat.ernCrlBbr ,. dente i
Ialchmond Virginia.New : and with the addition of
atisnp to-wltl Avenue to appear on be the principal speaker A
ft.OOOfl Florida,
New Building of Northeast YoU are required named several new men the team should
Quarter ebuve I
Equipment 13000.00 8,600.00 Northeast(NEW of NEWand East August 15. wherein. pl..ntlrt( tr will be served by the ladle make a decided Improvement. Eleven; Inducted
and cause
School Busses aWo'f Northwest, Quarter, "t Court lystone Heights to all guesti
.eke ha the
Dnbiishothis Manager Oelger pllotd
19,60000 ntytthre. shall In Star'
ofrtlectionLTw Interested
Total appropriationsReserves 7.73.00 of tNltwj weekly Issues. persona team to nine victories against
not to be used tills year Eight <8> South In 'neat four and ottl..II.1talnln" surrounding communities ar
Township hand
Into Guard UnitA
(33> my
77.072.no 23) East, canWitness FlorIda this July eight losses and has devoted much
Total appropriation & reserves Range leas .pal at llarke! ally Invited to attend. Ml
or ,
60 acres time to the team HI* successorU
roll to producenece6. And fVriciAl PEAL) A.I. Thomas. olds stated.
be the 1947 assessment ot Southwest an oW head baseball man and
let o levied on Quarter Court.
fiscal year are Southwest of paid week of Intensive
Clerk recruitingwas
'flute for these budgets for the ensuing RW'4) "f Section As C.
Iaterpst A !Sinking' Quarter (SWV of Lucille C. 'onner, 0. the team's regular second baa
te DI... Current: Fund T entv-Blx (26), Southeast Quarterof fly Landrum Starks Fla climaxed here Wednesday
Non I 1.2 Su he Quarter (NEW: ot SEW) T. Frank 7'18 4t I'I [ Club Membersurn man.
Plf. when 11
ke 6 (27) North- Ally. for night new men were
l.S Twenty-seven ''
H rtlon
yfl'rbltt 7 of east Quarter ot Northeast Quarter From Camp Business Manager Kent announced sworn Into the local National
a Thirty- COn!R? fRADFORD
of Section CIHr1IT this week that
NEW ot NE'4)) IY 'II"II-! gameshave Co.
hsm I ( Quarter FLoluniJ .N ( unit. Headquarter ,
4.0 a".1 Northwest COI'.TY' .
r River 10 tour Northwest(34) Quarter (NW'4 of 'elve Bradford County 4-} been scheduled with Archer, 2nd Bn., 124th Infantry.The .

I bronn 10 ot NW :of Section\ Thirty-five (36): Anth'nY'; v. 0..11.. Plaintiff,Case no members returned from tdzation'a Callahan' and Palalka, In additionto new Inductions bring present -
South Detendant.
I "fi.ker 50 Township Seven (7) 1.. Orella,
to in scheduled
all conArrn annual summer en previously
East, game
Twenty-two (22) strength of the company to
For the County and General Maintenance School Fund: 7.8 mills: Range tRlnlng 160 acres, more sold In or less..crord. No. \\PR; :NOTICE 01"" PITTiLICATiONdetallt TO APPEAR ment last Saturday after flvi The next Sax( Sunday home game 30 I enlisted men and two officers

Operation Debt Service budget summarised 1.0 mills The. with some, and I" 10 be .atl..ty said Final STATE AND OJl" FLORIDA to; ; Mrs. of games studies, and class I U I against Cross City on August sufficient to meet government requirement
.noe "
ot Bach separate part of the inspection at the office Decree. Agnes. I. I : lS. vlmmlng soil conservatioi 10. which provide that
"e 3n file and are available for JlubllD the courthouse, 0..0. L. Patten, and address' 'EoXL: ::: : *
burly Superintendent of Publlo Instruction at bearing to- As Special Master.Knight. 2390 98th St.. lub organiaatlon.I Summary! HaturiUy's Game personnel must show a certain

WwMa: .and will ale,, b. available Information.for sucn public Knlaht. Walrath. &; Peguss. N'viu! required to appear on Bradford County members, Macclenny- 100 120 050 8 5 3 Increase during each period of
with and Jr
all statements Walrath are
l meted persons supporting acsdiscuss cordially Invited to participate budget for In this this County public Frank Attorneys 1If. for P4slntltt T.1tt 1.1 August 16 1947..In whereon the above plaintiff named Alderman Jr., of Hamptoi, Starke 000 000 000 8 8 7 training.' 1

to the school program and Court and cau. Bradford Count, farklee Raulerson of Lawtejmember Batteries: R. Clark and Shuler; Those joining the company

1-ulng I decal, year. BOARD :nPPJ'J Nng UDA'TCTION M COPNTYFLORIDA.,' rln'VIT' '' COPRT" BRADFORD.N L'I4AN 'TelelC..ph-.eke divorce.hall...ukl publish.. this"", Order of the Honor Squad, Kenla and Keene I Wednesday night' were Raymond

Arthur R. McRae' WllleL'la lnWinext"tour my hand sad official seal landing squad during the Monday's Game Hill. O. P. Hutto. Lester J, Leach
UCIElV8pann. Plaintiff vs. 17.
County Superintendent. : Spann b. f end..nt. at tllarke, Florida this JulY Other members attendingimp Starke 000 000 200 390 Roy C. Ray. Henry Maoasaa. Jr.,

Case. Martin NO. 678& OFFICIAL SEAL) AI. Thomas. were: Raymond Horse. Fern. 341 220 02x) 13 12 3 Paul E. Canova, Donald !E. Hill.

ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR 1\. Clerk or said Court., D. C Prlngle. Jr.. Theodore Branhllllp Batteries: Keene J. Godwin Kenls Chester B. McKinney Edward T.Bhull. .

NO'" 1 C B AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA tot LIHIe! "y Lucille 1.llndrum.C. Conner tltarkei 1"1." ? Sullivan. Jr.. Bobb and J. Godwin Keene; Hlggsn- Jr., Robert C. Hayes and
0 Frank
T I 8
C Blli the residence T te 4t I
that ,
the Notice 1M hereby given of UIa. Martin Sp..nn. whose Atty. for Plf. Han, Raymond Redding bottom and Townsend Owen E. Mill.
Hereby that
given Board County Commissioners hold .and 1 address II u'known. on --> Rosier. Buddy Hicks Cal- Kldil..
will R. O. Jr.
['shot 5f Taxes for the City : n Florida, are 'r.do.Pp Capt. companymmand.r
4e Bradford; In the Count Commts! AY" t t 1947. In the above namedorc rtarrlT COl'RT. Bn l>fOHI :fount and Tom McClane expressed himself ..sbeing
Florida with meetlng lN )
will meet
a Court plaintiff tH '
wherein IN Rotarians Hear Talk
County : and ;
cause .
In .
Room T. K. McClane ac-
v -ounoll of the said City .Ion.re 10:011: <><: A. 51. AuCourt Brad ford COllnl, CFRYIY y Agent well pleased with ....ult.s'of

I i>!fire\ .>f the City Clerk of house. at t 'cJ the owners Telegraph' : b publish this Order Wflm:aFdgir Thornton. Defeindaf t.R .. nled the group. On/ Golden RuleBill the recruiting drive which hadthe
from ? weekly Issues. Edwin
;AURast t Nluke. F\'i11aat\ 4:50: ofeh e a'rl-" complaints' inWltne s my hftnd .nd official :: 'lane reported that five coun- support of the Chamber of

N hearing 6th'complaint.I : : which seal Ilt IIlarke, t'lurida. tblll July CaM..O RDM6R!: 011"" Pt.'RLICATro ere represented at the sum- Bird executive secretary Commerce and other civic groups

| testimony as to the :'forSlfsSS: :: : CouMY DY 9'o ,1l. SEAL) A. S. Tbon- ANfI NOTICE OF FU>TO APPEAR': wIn imp, with 101 boys register of the Marlon County Chamber of

f*PrtDerty?by the, real City or Assessor of County (A.-SKtSf paid. Court.r D.. Fdltar STATE: Thornton, whoRe rul.lence IsL"flog lesldes! the County AgenUthe Commerce was guest speaker atthe Stockmen To Attend

hit : Ay ttr& Conner & Fla. uny ::wre .. on various counties there Starke Rotary Club Wednesday
: required
1941 "rero rdrum.It.rti' ..t above
and for T. l 4tC0 nam"d
receiving and equal- frmmle..loner. A. J. Thoma., Clerk Atty. for (' August 15 3847in wherein the plaintiff camp director, life guard, pleading for the application Grading ExhibitionA

neh esxeesmante. CO.YRT.- Itn\DFonlJ Court and cau.. Bradford Count, aft member. The camp 1 Innly of the Golden Rule In Indlviduaslnesses

iksnos i e". "wnlnc property .uD of NOT I C B IN ('.RCt'IT NTV.CKKT.. FLORIDA IV 1104:01-: Telegraph.....k. dlvorr..h.1I publish this Order during the summer and a* a mean of better large number of Bradford
esment In the City .. ..
Florid a, are notified to aD. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: F. Dill Plaintiff v.. In neat four m,weekly. hand I and.u. ottl"lal ntalned by the Florida Agrlil Ing conditions throughout theworld. County stockmen will attend a
.uoh meeting to make such TO that 1 Bertram Dei.nd."t. Ca.. No. Witness this July In live animal grading
int5, or hereby Ad. Oracle B. Din. nal at Stark.., Florida Extension Service.id No more practical orworkable lemonntraUon
give as
the 'Clue I of such any property, havVfllldmy Final E.tate Account of 8..aborn R U79. OJl" PUBLICATION U. i54T.meat !lEAL! ) A.I. Thomas about the purpose of the plan for the conduct of to be held, at the Gainesville
r I'w'sop Pereonai. as' fined by the mlnl.tr.tor end wIll on he 'J.th day : flip NOTICE TO APPEAR: Orscle A.(IOP'P'ICIAL Clerk f- laid C..urt. !lube, McClane. said, ''The.oal a successful business has ever livestock market Monday July 28From I
Crosby Count .
Ron?'as themay' d his.- August 1J41!Bradford apply County to Florldn. STAT01"!: who.e" FLORIDA eslStocky to: RIver Josph K... Skipper.WW'lC. 8M". y of 4-H Is the detent been devised than the Golden Rule,, 10.30: a. m. until 12 noon.

V b order of the City Judge for Final ot Discharge a. Admlnlatra.Vana,. 'Vlew. Dr. 1 W. Fo.t.h 8t.. :,aCk.o 7.18- le4"Via 1 ilRl. of better farmers and the speaker stated. This event Is of great Interest

I I .r'Ib"City of Starke. this tor Arden I). Crosby, !16) Oblo.are required to appear on Atty. citizens and the Improveof Bird was Introduced by Lucian lo all owner of IIve.tock. andButchers .
j TOil
i*' of '4T A. D. II A. Admlflh5tr.tor. rural life through the of the Starke In this vicinity since
4t Conner secretary
JOHNS, Clsrk:: 7-18
The motto serves as a guide
aye and girls. Chamber of Commerce, and vice > per grading
Make Sire fleet Ifcttrr.For for production and marketing ofIIveatock
.... ana .-"u chairman of the Rotary program
r.-.... .. ut .* s accepted the encampment, the CountySchool and makes possible more
portatlon or passengers between further consider county's estimated bus, committee. of at'llfterent
I Board furnished the ellable comparison prices
4__ in the publication of the pro- ,! Starke and Camp Blanding and budget. .
Commissionrs markets.All
have been completed to posed 1847-48 county budget Ut I between Stake and Ralford Tuesday Aug. :5. 4 p. m.: City lhe Board fuel of County and the boys their New Utilities Tax Interested persons are Inrlted -
a omitted. It Prison farm; I en I
"PPort Item was serving the State Council will hear complaints from
price for to- week one board.Dr. to attend.
n be on Sun- room and Not On GasolineCity
aU markets thU year." was: the latter operation to taxpayers concerning values as

I '! t'd WAR PLANNING only.Wall.ce. the tax assessor..
Since tobacco POST days fixed by Clerk Carl Johns stated
J.) C. Burton Jr.
further processed before OR BflLDINO FTND J, Carson has appliedfor Colson Opens yesterday that the new 9 percent ,

fn ItI the" necessary to handle Erection of County Jail mOQO.OO a certificate necessity of public authorU-convenience i City Books OpenCity Dr. Lemuel CoUon will reopen utilities) tax does not apply to J. C Barton, Jr., 8-month-oM

'uv! Plue-Cured Tobacco and offices here after havig gasoline.Johns. mn of Mr. and Mr. J. C. Barton
$35,00000: of IIlI dental
SUbJization, passengers Carl Johns remindedthe
transportation Clerk
Total the
Corpora- log tourmonttt. announcement if Starke died Monday July 21.
the made this
the total been closed for past I
and Klngsley 1
brings Starke that
item city
above between public
The to Starke and the' I because of 111 health In view of the fact that severallocal In Shadycrest Hospital after an t
expense books will close on
budget between
estimated Lake registration
Agent explained rlendj of Dr Culson will beple..d gasoline dealers seemed to linens of three days. Funeral
"' '' Farm. V. New voters j
1'1 must be member of $115,314.16. State Prison Saturday. August lervlce. were held Tuesday InCro.by
budge. to know that he Is feeling be under the impression that Ulelrwes *
Nrathtr Public'Hearings on the will be wish\ to register" for the -
who approaching
and also be with- All Interested parties Lake Cemetery with the
the regular rln. after his enforced period of would be Included in the
acreage will be held during opportunity to be fully city election Septem W J. Churchwell .
.. allotment to Monday. given an re.t. D.W. measure' lev. \ officiating.ftiii'
3. fUlly In the price sup- meeting of the Board on heard. ber must do so before that UU.. I I

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With- Colonel Bradford- .- .-. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

|7Td' saving> has |It that familiarity breeds. contempt It also

I""nalfferencl'< and help develop blind spots so that we do not

I n our own environment that are immediately, and Official County Publication Established In 1877VOLUMN

LM painfully obvious to the outsider

times as you've passed the -- -- -- -- .
| as many over city limits
lp< have you ever stopped to notice the crudely scrawledg --- ----.- --
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\ the gates (placed to the aide of every cattlegap so the

vehicles still In use can get in and out of town) ? I Funeral Today
Canova Bradford
Explains Given I Soil Yields Crops ValuedAt
I ugh lettering, certainly no masterpieces of art, boldly shout: Taxpayers For Jack A.' Howe,

CLOSE". The lower case "g". In contrast with the

$lapltal, ATE) letters is meticulously repeated in' all the signs. Com- Election Issue Chance To Voice Resident of LawteyJack More Than $500,000 Last YearThat

fennels that
LII!> at lush crop of dog grace the road shoulders Albert Howe 71 well)

I j,5,, imt: ''If year, the signs must undoubtedly give the puzzled known naval stores operator, din the sail of Uriulfcml County yielded crops whoso

| ,,'h' mpresslon that he Is entering a real-life replica of the As Economy MoveCitizens Opinions SoonThis Wednesday night at his home in gross sales totaled, well over half n million dollars in the 12

from'' strip town of Dogpatch instead of the up-and-coming I Lawtey after an extended illness month period from July UIG to July 1917 is revealed in estimated e

no that Starke actually is. of Starke will visit the Is the time of year when Mr. Howe was born in Chicago/ figures released this week by H, H. Alvarez managerof

|,t rv a once and see if the old Colonel Isn't right. Try to I polls In a special election set foeTuesday the harried and harassed taxpayer 111., October 23, 1873. His. parents the State Farmers, Market.: 1

I veu ve passed that way a thousand and one times were the lAte John situ Kllxa-: Estimated sailed made/ in this principally through
In court", but eel county,
thai August :5 I, to register ap has "his day beth Howe, natives of London, .. .. .. .
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", jmpletely blackout any unpleasant sights In your mind's proval or disapproval of a specialact dom takes advantage of It. May the market, totalled $518-

Bj--v o view what you see with the same critical eye that youSen passed by the last session of be he's too busy trying to scrape England who were amonIthe\ 1'1nne'r 5G ,58. This does: not include
settlers of Lake.
approaching any other village, town, or city when you're the state legislature abolishingthe up last year's taxes to worry over The family moved ICIngsley to the lake in Red Sox Drop return! from produce sold by I

I road yourself, I tried it the other afternoon. The effect wasBig office of chief of police of the amount he'll have to pay next the ISNO's and grew oranges anil 1'nulfcml! farmers on the I

Starke. year.At grapes commercially fur several Jacksonville market. I

ft course, you'll feel a little self-conscious at first, and I'm quite Due to the fact that there has any rate, he hAS no one to years on the "Old Howe Place", Weekend GamesThe Alain man crop, a:*' always

Bit many a passerby thought the' Colonel was a bit "teched In been considerable misunderstanding blame but himself If he wakes up) now known as Civly's." They operated wan" strawberries, with an estimated .

and but on the part of the public concerning some fine morning along about' the first $312,101,10 return from
L |, mty In order to give you an accurate picture of Just what the purpose of this mean next January and says "Gosh I I beach on KlngMey Lake.J. ball games last weekend. bolnidefeated ,38.531 crates marketed at an
r ure, L. A. Canova, chairman of ,didn't know I'd have to pay that A. Howe and. family live, 9-0 by Mncclenny on average price of $8.10 per crate
the Council much. Where' the money coming Honom for second aa the
City explained yesterday place
| homeseeker or beauty-bent tourist approaches Starke for many years on their farm Saturday; end 13-2 by Fernandlnn
that it past year's money-making
was designed solely as crop
home east of Starke the
on on Sunday.
H-ie north on Highway 200 he observes the Farmers Market, of an economy measure. Of course, It might not do him gars to pecans with a return of
old KlngHlcy Lake road. At onetime
I te are justly proud. This good Impression, however, Is almost "At the present time the police any good to meet with the city he was associated with the .services The Sox of five playing without the $83,019,48! from 250,000 pounds 1
regular ,
lately the luxuriant of fennels both players sold at auctions. through the market -
dispelled by crop dog on and county boards and complain
late J. M. In the A
,department consists of four reg Truby Truby were no match for the feet team
Irn of the road and a number of run-down ex-dwellings with about his assessment, for chances Howe Co. The last fall.
Turpentine family
ular officers, Including the chief : repreacntlnlMaccJ..nny\ nnd Fern-
1 doors used are that his is fair and right Inline In third place a* a revenue producer
windows. and falling apparently now as some 'moved from Starke to Lawtey 26
andina. George Kenln, Sox
of who will retire reg 1crop 1
police, on a with others of equal value- wax last summer's tobacco
If storehouses. Of course, there are some nice and well kept years ago. ular centerflelilur, pitched. five-
pension in September, Mr Can- but at least he Is given that op which brought growers JrtS-
Bill along this approach, at Intervals, but these are' more than "Now In addition to his widow, Mrs hit bull against! the Haker County
ova stated. that more portunity, although few take the 4tt.t 1)1) for the 152,148 pounds
Il-y the 'eyesores", when the total picture is taken Into account, ,nearly 'normal' times have re trouble to appear at these ad- Effie Howe; ho Is survived by five nine on Saturday but gave up marketed

It t all of the approaches to the city are this bad, the Colonel turned to our city, the Council verisnd meetings. daughters, Mrs R. K.: Mathews, nlnu walks which, added, to .seven I Green corn came In fourth as amoney
Iiil would be should Lakeland l; Mrs B. R. Duty, Ocono- Sox errors, gave hU opponents. e a
The greatly
encouraged of
stranger feels with) with
1<' u note. that we can get along he meet with the producer! returns
I I Similarly can mowoc. Wls Mrs 0. C. Paddy. deciding margin. The. Sox garnered i
I,vi, from either the direction of Ralford or Key.toneHelghts.cant three regular men, one of whom $18,487.50 from 30,61)2 bans mar
at their
boards budget-preparing
Miami Mrs H. W. Shlpp, Jacksonville ,I eight hits off the offering of
I lots have been neatly cropped on the Raiford entrance, I would be delegated by the Council meetings and put In his two cents ; keted.. Each bag uveragad around
and Mrs. It. A. Newnome Clark but
; Macclenny pitcher Lefty
L its of "KEEP gATE CLO E". to receive Instructions and trans five dozen: earn.,
attle gap repeats cry I I worth for "economy In govern Starke; two eons, Charles. A could never bunch sufficient power
iiiili, ) the stranger enter our fair city on the new Camp Bland mit them to other members of the I ment" if he so de Ires. but most' Howe, Sebrlnsr. and W. II. llendry, to score. Kenls struck out 12 Minor crop anti the antountreallsud
force. were:
I be unfavorably distracted by the rotted and falLce police tired business men and housewives '
he might West I'alm Beach; and a brother, men while Clark was! striking outS beans, COO hampers,
which was erected for horse racing when General Wain- "In this way we feel that we are quite content to let Alex Howe Gainesville. Sox. Temlergreen

I paid the city a visit last fall. The weeds are especially high can having operate an elected efficiently chief of without police, the board members strugglo with Funeral services will be h1d Jake Keeno started on the hill $1.123.Yellow squash< 100 hampers,

1'1 the concrete bridge and Florida Plastics. It Is pleasant to these problems. this afternoon ( Friday) at 2 o' for the Sox against "'.'rnltntllnHon $2.10.
the ol
and at a saving to city
,mover that the huge plot of marigolds and zinnias at the around $2,000 ," Mr But Just In case you ARK i a clock In the DeWitt C. Jones Sunday but was relieved) In Cur'umberH 130 hamper, $31)0.

|v< home are in full bloom and easily seen from the road. Canova said. per year taxpayer and ARE Interested )In i Chapel, with the Rev. G. V. Lee,: the second Inning by Jim Ooilwln New Irish potatoes, 239 hampers -
these matters, here's the dope: of the Lawtey Bnptln ; after giving five rums on 3 hit ,
I the Colonel had a choice as to the route of approach for the "Some people have also a.nkeil, Board of I'ubllc Instruc pastor tip $478.Okia t
The Interment anti 4 walks.
Church officiating. 100) hamper, $323.
active! visitor he would certainly direct him by way of Florida why we are holding a specla'ielection will hold hearing
tlon a public
will follow! in the family plot In Godwin was. relieved by Lefty Illack-eyed peas, ISO( hamper,
|.:-n Lake Butler. On the whole, the view is a pleasant one. The on this Issue when the on Its proposed budget for the Lake
Kingsley Cemetery Kenls In the sixth and Kenls proved $223.:
il I was pleased when he saw the cropped road shoulders, theftve I regular city election Is Just a few new year on Wednesday. July 30( to be the only Starke pitcher Pepper. ROO() hampers, $2,129.

palms on each side of the road, the absence 1 djf unsightly weeks later," the Council chairman at 10 a. m. Complete details, of able to cope with the big bats of Butter beans, 150: hampers, ..

kilt jooks the restful setting of the L A. Davis honHe, and the continued. "It Is necessary each separate part of the school Country Club the Fernamlina nine, striking out $373.

I mea that have recently been built in that area. Iv I.I to do this because if the voters budget are now on file and avail I seven men while giving up two Giant strlnglesn beans, 75: ham-

|' the Colonel knows that a city can't grow with ut leaving disapprove of the act abolishing able for public Inspection at the hits and two runs during his pur, $2011.2:1(> : _
the office of chief of police twill office of the County Superintendent ( Peas\ <( Ireckage behind. But many of the sorest spots note are things then be necessary for some in 'CIOurthouse and will Opens Saturday three-inning stint

n easily be remedied. Conditions that are impossible o remedy office in the The Sox Journey to.Mocclennj $047.50.\ I
for this for said
one to run also be available public
loft and/in for return Pea (purple hull),.323 hampers,
times be hidden behind some ornamental plants the on Saturday a game
regular election. Therefore, hearing together with all supporting W. L Reynold, president of the $348.75..
Inii'i I could Imagine what a big difference Just kfew, Ie- before th* and to Ban Mateo fn Sundayand : ,' ? If
eye issue must be decided. ** statements.."Onit information Keystone Heights Country Club, on Dradforc Manfrger:..iVhlvvre* expressed
meet Archer
I and pafm."tl"Ms would make>2f plantedfor' a oi ,.h."M'! 'm.tance regular"election.. All interested persons are cord) announced yesterday that plan Field < 31. himself a* well pleased with buyer
.Thursday; July
|!h i ille/of the road neaVthe entrance to the city Cot would thet MVf,Canova expressed the hope ally Invited participate in thli are completed for the grand reopening representation on the Starke market I

them up?) ", that the voters would approve ol public hearing and discuss the of the organization'! Because of duties which have during the sparing _aaon. Con- N

is rather a pity that our heaviest traffic rumbles into town the act abolishing the office of school program and budget for facilities Saturday afternoon. taken up most of hU time, team Idermbl*. attention will be given ,

lie Jacksonville highway, because this Is definitely Starke'a chief of police, so that this '"un Bradford County for the ensuing The program of events will Include Manager Canon Geiger has turned to cabbage production. this fall,

cenle drawback. necessary expense" could be saved year a golf tournament and skeet over the reins to Wallace he stated. All farmers interested fIn

1,1 with a good deal of satisfaction that the Colonel notes (from by the city.MavorSaysW. The Board of County Commissioners shoot, followed by an organize Sale.no. Salano will take chargeof a cabbage deal are) asked to
has published Its temporary tlon meeting at 5 o'clock at which contact him as soon as possible
mall) that one of the objectives the team Saturday against Maoclanny -
|i letter just received in the ) State Treasurer J, Edwin Larsen
expenditures -
the addition of
and with
| Chamber of Commerce Is: "The promotion of a city-wide that will reach an all-tlm, will be the principal speaker A
; several men the team should
nation program, Including dIgnified, and impressive approaches high for this county if adopted. supper will be served by the ladles, make a decided improvement Eleven Inducted
I : routes." Here's hoping that this of Heights to all guestsAll .
city on the chief highway The Board will continue consider Keystone Manager Oelger has pllotd the

merit matter gets beyond the "objective" stage and becomes Councilmen 'Yes'"I've ation of its budget at its regular Interested persons In Starke team to nine victories against

Kity before too many months elapse. meeting here Monday, August 4, and surrounding communities are eight losses and has devoted much Into Guard UnitA I

I and will meet again about the cordially Invited to attend Mr time to the team. Ills successor

|il speaking of those Chamber of Commerce circularsthosewho had enough," was the middle of the month for formal Reynolds stated. la an old head baseball man and
laconic reply of Mayor Charles A week of Intensive recruitingwas
I them best and most adoption.The the team's regular second base
received them should give your very
Darby when asked about his Intentions climaxed here Wednesday
I to the Chamber if youlake Commissioners have also 4-H Club Members man.
consideration. It will be a great help In the approaching Sep night when 11 new men were
of own as to things that are most set 10 a. m.. Monday, August 4, Business Manager Kenls announced
some suggestions your tember City election. Return From CampTwelve worn Into the local National
I to advance that is nearest and dearest to as the time for hearing complaints thin week that games Co.
the Guard
community I Mayor Darby Is ending his unit Headquarters ,
from owners or agents of real 4-H have been scheduled with Archer, I
Bradford County
| mss 2nd Bn. 124th .
of us all. fourth in the 'city's "hot Infantry.The
year estate or personal property the Club members returned from lhsorganization's Callahan, and Palatka, In additionto Induction .
and had of the headaches new pres.ent
seat" many
values of which have been fixed scheduled
annual en previously
lane of Starke's camp "boomdays" by the county assessor of taxes last Saturday summer after five The games next Sox Sunday home game' strength of the company to i
To to deal with during much of campment 30 enlisted men and two officers,
Legion Sponsor and accepted by the board. Tax
ceo Price his term. His announcement that payers are invited to attend this days of games,, studies soil ,conservationand and classesIn Is 10.against Cross City on August sufficient to meet government requirements
swimming which that
he will not be a candidate for re and register their complaints provide
art Program Musical Comedy election leaves the field wide open meeting If club organization.Two Summary Saturday'. < Game personnel must show a certain
candidate. any. Bradford County members,' Macclenny 100 120 050 9 :S 2 increase during each period of
Is of the Government's for aspiring i On Tuesday August :5, at 4 T. J. Alderman Jr., of Hamptonand Starke 000 000 000 887 training. i

support program for flue- 'Corn' A-PoppIn., a musical Councilman L. A, Canova and p. m. the city assessor of taxes Marklee Raulenon of Lawtey Batteries: R Clark and Shuler; Those Joining the company
tobacco p. L. Bridges have stated that will meet with the City Council Honor Squad,
were received last local talent were members of the Kenls and Keene. Wednesday night were Raymond
f y County Agent T. K Mc- will comedy be presented featuring la the USD they will be the"candidate for reelection for the purpose of hearing complaints outstanding squad during the Sunday'* Game '1U1, O. P. Hutto Lester J. Leach I
I from the Department of building Thursday night July 31, on 'city and,, receiving testimony week. Other members attendingthe Starke 000 000 200 2 9 0 Roy C. Ray, Henry Manaa, Jr.,

pture. and Friday night, August 1, un- board. aa to the value of any property, camp were: Raymond Hersey, Fern 241 220 02x 13 12 3 Paul E. Canova, Donald E. Hill.

|f existing legislation the der sponsorship of the American The terms of only two councilmen real or personal, as fixed by the .J. W Pringle, Jr., Theodore Bran- Batteries: Keene, J. Godwin, KenU Chester II. McKinney Edward T.
expire this year, but it Is city assessor of taxes on' his Sullivan, Jr., Bobby
r non-recourse loan rate Post. nen, Phillip and J. Godwin, Keene; Hlggen- Shull Jr., Robert C. Hayes, and
Legion possible that there will be three assessment roll for the year 1947, McClellan. Raymond Redding, bottom and Townsend. Owen K. Mill
will be
*rating producer will be The production Ethel Fltz- to be elected in the event Council- I, and for the purpose of perfecting, Bobby Rosier, Buddy Hicks, Cal- Capt. R. Q. Kldil, Jr. company
of Mrs.
hit of the parity price at the direction Texas and 1 Is I man D. A. Monteith, who movedto receiving\ and equalising such vin Blount, and Tom McClane. commander, expressed himself a*

(sinning of the marketing maurlce of Dallas Eustlsj several months) ago, resigns assessment All person owning County Agent T. K. McClane accompanied Rotarians Hear Talk being well pleated with results
full laughs songs
huh started July 1 for said to and be comedy. A baby con- before the election ticket Is property subject to assessment in I the group. On Golden Rule of the recruiting drive which had
IcJ I made up. the City of Starke are notifiedo I McClane reported that five counties the support of the Chamber of
tobacco Auction wareIn test will be conducted connec-and : appear at such meeting to were represented at the sum- Bill Bird, executive secretaryof Commerce and other civic group.

Florida began selling tion with the entertainment, will Rail Board Seta make complaints or give testimony mer camp, with 101 boys register the Marion County Chamber of

ed tobacco on July 24. pictures of the contestants as to the value of any property ed. Besides the County Agents Commerce, wen guest speaker at

nue-cured loan value will be on display in Canova's Pharmacy Hearings In Jax real or personal, as fixed by I.,from the various counties, there the Starke Rotary Club Wednesday Stockmen To Attend

jr yenta! per pound, with ap- Mrs.. Fltzmaurlce) state that the For Starke ApplicantsPublic the city roll tax assessor on hU assessment ..1..1.waa staff a camp member.director The life camp guard I. the, pleading Golden/ for Rule the In applicationof Individual Grading ExhibitionA

| deferential* for grade show ha been produced in every will hearings on applications So there you are, Mr Taxpayer i open only during the summer ands buslnense. an a mean of betterIng large number of Bradford

1'and "untied" tobacco. state in the union. There from two Starke bus and taxi -plenty of opportunity to be maintained by the Florida Agricultural conditions throughout the County stockmen will attend aiemnnstraWm
all value is 90 of be a chorus of 20 girls. the Florida Service. In live animal grading
percent owners will be held by beard on the matters that concern Extension world. No more practical or < !
I* cents per pound parity The performance I II Railroad Public Utltlltles your pocketbook most Here's Asked about the purpose of the workable plan for the conduct ofa to be held at the Galnenvllle

|n July I.p to begin at 8:13: p. m. Commission; at the SemInole Hotel the schedule: -H Clubs, McClane. .ald 'The successful business haa ever livestock market Monday July 28 .

| participation; by growers inn The Legion's share of charitable the receipts In Jacksonville on Monday August Wednesday, July 30, 10 a. m.: Primary goal of 4-H Is the development been devised than the Golden Rule, from 10:30: a. 00, until 12 noon

Program on Hue-cured i will be used for 11, at 10 a. m. Public hearing on School Board of better farmer and the speaker stated. This event I Is of great Interest
which purposes. citizens and the Improvement to all owners of livestock and .
Is grown under Clayton G. Strickland has applied budget better Bird was Introduced by Lucian

|;nl quotas I II available, to the commission for a certificate Monday, Aug. 4, 10 a. m.: County of rural life through the Conner, secretary of the Starke butcher In thin vicinity since
L'1 respect r to tobacco grown County Jail Item of public convenience andnecessity Commissioners will hear complaints farm boys and girls. The motto Chamber of Commerce, and vice proper grading serves all a guide
M >n the transportation ITo l Make .... B-t RrI 'r. I for production and marketing of
which the harvested Omitted From Budget ; authorizing as to values accepted, and chairman of the Rotary program/
does not I between For the encampment, the CountySchool :committee. livestock and make possible morereliable ,
exceed the acre- of passengers further consider county's e.Umated ) ;
'l/IIpnu for such faruu. In the publication of the proponed -1 Starke and Camp Blanding and budget Board furnished the bus I. comparisons of price at

1 have been completed tot 1941.48 county budget lasts Between Starke and Raiford, Tuesday. Aug. 5, 4 p. m.: City the Board fuel of County and the Commission-boys their New Utilities Tax different Interested markets.All .persona. are Invited
It the
item wa omitted. the State Prison Farm; from sm
"PPOrt price for to- : week one icrving Council will hear complaints
I i be Sun- room and board. Not On GasolineCity to
all!) markets thIs year." was: the latter operation to on taxpayers concerning values as )

elated I.OSTR PLANNING only.Wallace. the city tax assessor
since tobacco lays fixed by
further processed before OR Bt'ILIHNQ FU>D J. Carson has applied Dr. Colson OpensDr. Clerk Carl Johns stated' J. C. Burton, Jr. '
that the new 5 percent
Ch It 1 the ta necessary Flue-Cured to handle Erection of County Jail $33,000.00Total 'or lenience a certificate and necessity of public anthorixng con.- City: Books OpenCity Lemuel CoUon will reopen utilities tax does not apply to J. C. Barton Jr., 8-month-oM

Tobacco .sollne .. of Mr. and Mr*. J. C. Barton ,
uv Stabilization $53.00000 the transportation of passenrers Clerk Carl John reminded il is dental office here after havIng >n

Corpora- The above item brings the total between Starke and Klngslcy the public yesterday that city been closed for the past four John made this announcements of Starke. died Monday, July 21, f
to of 111 health view of the fact that several In Shadycrest hospital after an 1lines.
and the because
expense: Starke month :
| County estimated budget Lake and between eglstratlon books will close on ,
Agent explained of three daya. funeral
of Dr CoUon will be local gasoline dealers seemed to
I Farm.
J'n must be members of $175,314.18.Public State Prison Saturday, August 0. New voter. ervlcen.. were held Tuesday In'ro.by
their t
on the budge. Ceased to know that he Is feeling be under the Impression that
'fatior hearings will be for the i
wish to register
parties who ap-
and also with- Interested
be All with
Lake Cemetery the
during the regular fine after his enforced period of ales would be Included In the
acreage allotment to'fully held opportunity to be fully iroaxhln: city election Beptem--
mating Monday given an new.measure.' Rev. W. J. ChurchweU offlclaUnlf.j .
v on rest.
In the price sup- of the Board teard. I tin must do so before that cSa .. I J
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I Sonny Tufts StarsIn Ferryman; of Is iv: roi rinrrir.%.'rr, FLOHIIIAI rornr. BRADFORD i*' CRAN'RItY. IN' 1111'1'1'". (0157 -
''rt Bradford County t Telegraph : Cerllflcates .No 118 Year ( JSS&, FLUIIII11a11,I ,
; Shields, Plaintiff .
+ HamptonBy "Swell Guy"At 1949.Description N 820 ft of of NWI4 Property, of: NE'4: n W Nellie Fred It King Shields: Defendant. Case, n Theresa n k Anti'fhll rr nORDER ,", '

',, ESTABLISHED 1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWMIB-EDITOR Mr. M. C. Swwnejr I Park Sunday"Swell 165 ft. Sec 18 32,Acres Twp a l !8, H. 23 E., No. oririER OP PUBLICATIONAND No, 750:

bt4 . . . containing Name In which assessed: n. D. & NOTICE TO APPEAR1'ATJoJ AND 0"
;' Published Every Friday and Entered M SWOIKOffice OF FLORIDA to: Fred R. NOTICE T"LlfA'I1r,

$ Claaa. Matter at the Post at Starke Fla. PTA MEETING CALLED Guy" starrIng Sonny' Ft'All A'of Wells mild I i property being In the O'Shield*, whose address 1* un- n.STATE Tblluw: whf ''""' ,
Tufts will week' entertainment of Bradford, State of Flor- known. Wlnr"
the County dress '
open '
l IH
Mrs. You are required to appear onAugust ; Aut"ln., ., ",
qr W. W Hicks of t.
president at the Park Theatre "tnlemi such certificate or certificates 7. 1947, In the above named. can all Co f'hlhul'lllhl,I',)
MEMBER 1947 the Hampton Parent-Teachers when It comes Sunday for a three shall. be redeemed according Court esrs and cause wherein PTadford plaintiff August .r. .0'IUI"4 'to'I It ,
Association dnscilbed In divorce. County II, li'4- .
has the
announced a call- to law property Ih'PIt
a tlli+b day run. Featured In the sup such certificate or certificate will Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn named court and
1 I 1 J 1.10 For Six I Month ed meeting of that organizationon bidder at the next four weekly Issues.Witness plaintiff .eek '"'
1 Subscription 9% Annually IF porting coat are Ann Blyth Edith be sold to the highest hand and official County dhoj. P
Tuesday 5 at 3 P.M. court house door on the first Mon-, my Telegraph
August .
Warwick, and William Gargan. I day In the month of August, 1947. seal at Starke, Florida, this July >, O.d.. III nest four shall...YI b
In the school auditorium. All Wit ...
An ununually entertaining: double which 1 I. the 4th day of August 1947. ; Neal I haM '
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, at Stark,
members are urged to be present 1947. F'hr1dn. '
DO YOU KNOW? feature program In announced by, Dated this June 80, 1947. A* Clerk of said Court 9. 11147. I"
k as there la important business to the Park for next Wednesday and OFFICIAL HEAD A. J. Thomas By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. (OFFICIAL SEAL
he attended to before the Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford H. O. Brown, Starke, Fla. A. Clerk of said CntrtJ'h
A Gallup Poll revealed this week that one out of every opening Thursday "That Night With You", County, Florida. 7-4 4t 7-85 Atty. for Plf. 7.4 4t 7-15 By Lucille C. Connrr
N { four Americans cannot Correctly give the title of the national of the fall term of school with Franchot Tone Susanna Foster Jackson"" U.... !u'o,,'D. C.
:' 11 the Louise Albritton, and David NOTICE OF APPI.ICA1IOV FOR it: nnri'iT ('Ot/RT. BRADFORD .., Fjtt. A1d9 I"
his Of those
(i..b. anthem of country. polled percent gave HO.NOKINd SHIRLEY IIALLMr. TAX USED; COI'4'rY, FLORIDA IV CIIAN. Atty. for Pit "
1 1, f. wrong answer and 15 percent admitted they didn't know i it and Mrs. Wilbert Hall entertained Bruce will be coblned with >!..... Hill N... 1552: (.tJIIY. 11
"Harmony Lane", starring Doug- NOTICE I 8 HEREBY GIVEN, Leonard'Ke,' .., Plaintiff, va. Mary IN'! ciRovrr 'O'"It
i 1 at all. a group of young folks That J U Beverly the holder of Nell Kerley ,Defendant. Case No. COUNTt' ?\ 411
k This after the conflict of all history- at their country home last Saturday las Montgomery the roll..wlnlr certificate ha. filed R748 CRIIY (
t t comes greatest For its weekend double feature said certificate for n tax deed to, ORDER OF PUBLICATION Charles n. Cnlpppp
,, n r when fifteen million of our citizens actively participated in night, honoring their daughter 1 he Issued thereon. The certificate AND/ NOTICE TO APPEAR Jane Hpunn nll.PP.r Phlui
Friday and Saturday August number and years. of Issuance, the STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mary Case No. 678S, epElt au,
: r'. ). 4 defending our national anthem and what it stands for. This Shirley on her 14th birthday 2, the Park will present those description of the property and the Nell Kerley, whose residence l Is: .- 0,ti' prRLI

p .. comes in a time of diplomatic strife-when the heads of our anniversary. Outdoor games were zany comedians The Marx Brothers are names as follows In which: I It wa assessed \\llksbiro.You are North required Carolina to appear. on STATm 4NOTICE.- TO APP.>,

d nation are fighting a war of nerves to defend the national nlavwl and welners were roasted. In "A Night In Casablanca"and Certificate No. 246 Year of 1..1 August 8, 1947, In the above named Spann olepijor ,( o'D' ,
Birthday cake, punch and cookies with Muance 1942.Description Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Is: 9213 ...", 4jrr M
"Law Order"
and Johnny
anthem and what it stands for. This comes at a time when were also served. of Property: seek divorce. Bradford County Missouri I.Me. k!
Following the Mack Brown. Chapter 3 of Lot 3 & SH,, of Lot 4 of Blk 26 Telegraph shall! publish this OrderIn lire
,. we mint stand shoulder to shoulder to protect the things: refreshments the many lovely "Phantom Empire" and a cartoon Livingston, Triihy & Co'. Addition ; next four weekly Issue August 11, "TJS-ja
I to Htarke' Sec 28, Twp 6 8, R. 22 W. Witness) my hand. and official' COllrt.1:
for which our national anthem stands the freedoms our (rifts were opened by the young I will complete the bill ,Name In which assessed; F. E. seal at Starke, Florida, this July tiff *eelce'ItreOfa. 1!
t honoree. Those enjoying this occasion F'r I ore, 9 1941. Telegraph ( ;
democracy, and our systems of economics. were: Sylvia May, Norma All of .said property being In the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. j. Thomas, ''vr rS'-s. .

i There Is one encouraging thing in the report offered by and Joan Sweeney, Betty and At The Tabernacle lda. By A* Lucille Clerk of C.said Conner Court., D. C. seal at Stark. ,

Dr. Gallup. lie says that young people did far better than Martha Horne, Harvene Walter- Unless. such certificate! or certificates H. O. Brown, Starke, Fla. 10 1947. F3rlda. ay
F ,,
shall be redeemed accordingto Atty. for Plf. 7-1 4t 1-1 (OFFICIAL
their elders in naming the anthem. This is encouraging because ion Bert and Peggy/ Hlnson, Rob- Those of the Tabernacle group law the property described In A* Clerk of SEAL Mid )Court A. I.

we now know that our youth has not yet fallen in the ert Cox. J. I* and Vernon Slade, who heard Rev. Francis Georgiaand such crtlflcate or certificate will ,IV: CIROt'IT COMtT. nRADPORDCOUNTY. By Lucille C. Conne D. C.
be sold to the highest hltlder at the William ,
Rev. H. C. Myers of Morris FLORIDA IV: CHAN 1\Ior"an.
r., I apathy demonstrated by the report. It is now for us to see Hilda and Gerald Brown. Helen court house door on the first Monday CElt Y. ( lIuk Bldg. Jaekonl'III"FiliI
% and New New York, -
I Berlin respectively In month of August, 1947 which
I Jean and Doris Parker, Gladys Ruth Calller, Plaintiff vs. Lawrence Atty. for Pit
that they do not forget. will be glad to learn It the: 4th day of August 1947. Calller, Defendant. base No .5783. I'll
Hicks, Eugene Mead, Mr. and Mrs. Hated this June 30, 1947. -
P f4 Iv Rut it is' a sad thing to know that one fourth of our 1(, B. Watterson. Out of town that they will again be guests at (OFFICIAL SEAL,) A. J. Thomas" ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR ITU cinci'iTHaiel (eot'R'r 8ft

e citizens walk among us unconscious of the deep significance guests were: Florrle Gnann of the Tabernacle and take part in Clnrk County of, Florida.Circuit Court of 7-4 Pradford 4t 7-25 STATE OF FLORIDA to L W 'ERY COUNTY/ FLllltm'l U

r of our national anthem. It means that they have never ex Jacksonville Cyril Pickren, Gainesville the services Sunday, July 27 unknown.You rence Callfer. whose residence I* .. Dickinson Connell, p.,

t ? perienced a thrill as they realize the majesty of the song. Otto and Charles Hicks C. The services last Sunday were NOTICE OF TAX APPMCVrlOV nKKItHoa : FOR are required to appear on dant.v Patrick Case Francis No Ales i Conndt'
4p / i J. and James under the direction of R. J. *. 11111 no. IfMla: August 11. 1947 In the above named ORDER: OF.
fi ,E It means they do not appreciate the nation in which they Hall and Betty I NOTICE 18 HERRBY OIVEN, Court and cause wherein plaintiff AND NOTICE Pt'nLICA
'd live. It also means that our youth is not receiving the at- foungblood of Waldo. Miss I Gomes who brought a timely and That H O. Brown the holder of the seeks divorce.shall Bradford CountyTelegraph STATE OF FLORIDA TO APP
this Order
? ; c tention it deserves and must have if our nation is to sur- Youngblood: remained for a week- soul-stirring message at the morn- following certificate has filed laid In next four weekly publish Issues. Francis Connell Who. .. mla to
certificate for tax deed to be
hour based I Chronicles 29. a 111 West Pa
Ing on
+ I vive. end visit with Shirley. Issued thereon. The certificate Witness my hand and official yettt $treel. 'C.
The young people continue to numbers '* of issuance, the seal at Starke Florida, this July ville You, Pennsylvania.are

( + We know one thing the boys resting below the earth ; Miss Betty Home entertaInedher manifest much interest in the the ondole. In which the property assessedare ,. and 9(,OFFICIAL 1947. SEAL) A. J. Thomas August 4. 1947.required In thlsbolir\" I

on Guam Saipan and in the fields of Normandy would not Beginners' Class of the Vaca- Bible study recently begun on the names an follow: It was A* Clerk of said Court. seek Court divorce and cause, uhfrtinu. /

appreciate our forgetfulness.! tion Bible School with a Playtime "House Of Life", each Wednesday Certificate No. 8 Year of Issuance E'y Robert Lucille}I. Duncan C. Conner, Lynch D. Building C. of minor child rjjtniii and Olin?.

Party at her home last FrIday afternoon and all young peopleare I 1943Donrrlptlon Jacksonville Florida.Atty. support for minor 'hlld. t'
Perhaps times have changed since the flag was raised of Property PIf.: County Telegraph .hul
for 7-11 4t 8-1 pub;'
afternoon. The little ones en- invite to attend these meet-' NVVlc of NBVi' & TV,*, of NWH Order In' next f. j, p'rNl
on Iwo Jima. Perhaps' things have' lost their significance joyed varied activities, ,and a Icctlou 15, Town..hlp 6 Houth, Range. iv: rmcriT rornT. Bn4DPODD Witness my hum! and ,

a Incidentally what is the name of our national anthem? pleasant time was had by all Ings.The Youth for Christ meeting 20 Name. East In containing which assessed 120 acres: EmpireLnmhsr (''''\\- seal I* 1947.at btarkr f Ida UP.,

i present Saturday night: will be of especial Company; Leland F. Rogers, Plaintiff, vMildred .. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J.1''
Certificate No. 137 Year of Issuance
Aa Clerk of sold l f .rt;
Defendant Case
Mrs. Sam J. White of Tampa interest. Come. 194S No. 6713 Hovels ,l-"y Lucille C Conner, D <.
Description of Property: Fleming. Jones >t, ft Hoinett ,
several last ORDER OF PL'BLICATIOV "
spent days week with
Lot 11, Indian Hwai. Unit No.2.Rnetlon .
National/ Hank
I her mother Mrs. Della and last week with Mr. 35 Township 8 South, Range AND NOTICE TO APPEAR RmldiurNonville
Dyal clenny, spent STATE OF Fla
FLORIDA to: Mildred
R. B. Alvarez & Son 'sister, Mrs. Alma Saxon, before and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins: and Mr. Maine 22 Kaxt: In which assessed: John Mlose. Rogers, whose residence la one Attys. for PitATHLETES '.'11,

going to Jacksonville to visit another and Mrs. Ceo WillIams. known.:?
of said. I You are < 'appear on
slater, Mrs. Jessie Rogers. Tuesday, Mrs. Wiggins, Mrs County All of llradfr.rd property:State being of FlorIda the- August 11 ,1947. :In eh"t :above named

Transfer Mrs. Ann R. Guy Is spending Williams and son, Howell, visited Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff FOOT G!
& seek divorce Bradford County
Co. Unles such certificate
{ Storage this week in Lake City with her relatives In Jacksonville. shall be redeemed accordingto or certificate Telegraph' shall publish this OrderIn HOW TO KILL IT

(daughter, Mrs. Wallace M. Joplin Among the out-of-town visitors law the property described In next four weekly Issues. IN ONE HOUR
such certificate or certificate will Witness my hand and official ,
Phone 9105 here Sunday were Mr. and Mrs he sold..I to the highest bidder at seal at Starke, Florida, thin July IT NOT PLEASED, your *
1 1 I Io Mrs. W. B. Alexander Miss J. B. Dixon, Mrs. Lizzie Wynn, and the court house door on the first 10. 1947. Ask any druggist for thu CTfungicide.
Monday In month of August, 1947, (OFFICIAl SEAL) A. J. Thomas, TE-OL Made Witheent It
o Wilma Alexander and Miss Dorothy Chas. Parker, of Jacksonville, which Is the 4th day of August, A* Clerk of said Court. alcohol It PENETRATES:. i
I Swanbom of Starke attendedthe Mrs. G. W. Rahme and Mrs. Roy tliH. By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. .. and kill. MORE serer hintCANOVV .
? ; We local and Dated this 3rd day of July, 1947. Rivers & Anderson Green Cove .I
operate long Starr. Palatka Mrs. Henry Burton
f,1 Moving and closing exercises last week at (OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thomas Spring, Fla.
-- distance in : the Community Vacation Bible Mi 8 Faye Burton. Crescent Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Atty. for Plf. 7-11 4t 8-1 FI11BM.KHOW
.. St tag" Anywhere :School. City, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wads- County, Florida. 7-4 4t 7-21

x iVI-HR,, the State of Florida. Cyril Pickren of Gainesville was worth Jr., and children pf Waldo, pitori.MTIOOK Tun'! MAYOR

sea the weekend guest of Bert Hinson, Mr, and Mrs. Carl Wynn and Mr. OK' 1 UK:, f KIOHIII\"in OKrAIIKR DOES YOUR I'I

Fast Careful Moving Jr. and Mrs. Ed Prevatt of Starke. Notice Is hereby given tonil BATHR001URATE
C electors of the City o f Stark",
f w'I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dirt of Bradford County, Florida that L '
Pompano spent several days here NOTICE OF APPIICAIIOV FOR AS MAYOR; do hereby calf f a Kpeu- ON 1 ERSONALITY? / 1
'I'A\ DEED ill Election to be hold In the City IIIs II\
last week. H?..* Hill \.>. 1NH3: Hall. the polling place, Starke,
Mr. and Mrs Lacy J. Wynn and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Florida, on Tuesday, August 6, i It 8o'_'model( of convenience and

Mrs. Anna Alexander of Jackson- That the F. following M. Parkham certificate tha holderof has A.1947.M. between and .Sundown the :hours this In of pursuant 8:00: beauty? Are you proud to show It /

vllle left Friday for a vacation filed .said certificate. for a lax deedto to resolution adopted. by the to guests You can achieve both f
be Issued thereon. The certificate city Council
of !tUarke, Florida on
trip to Hendersonvllle, N. C. number. and years of Issuance July 1 1. 1947. of this these alms at a very moderate cost f
Mrs. Nellie CUmbie and three the description of the property Election: l ii. determine: ::; :: ratifica
and the name In which It was lion of Special Act passed by the by having us modernize It with
of Plant .
sons City are spending
assessed are a. follow- Florida Legislature In May 1947 quality appointments.
I this week with Mr and Mrs. M. Certificate No. 111 Year of la- which provides for the abolition of ..
M. Matchett and Mr. and Mrs. O. nuance 1943.Description the office of Chief of Police of the
TAKEWlimRSMITHTS I of Property: City of .
Starke, Florida One To Three Years To
I P. Wadiworth. NH of 5EV of HE"-! See. ft, Under the authority vested In Pay
t m Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Bedenbaugh Twp Acre.t*S, R. 23 K, containing 20 the me Clerk I designate: Inspector and NO DOWN PAYMENT! j' '

and Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watter- Name In which assessed: V. E. 1. R. F. Demnrest Inspector,

son recently visited Mr. and Mrs Certificate Larson: No. 135 Tear of Issuance 9 3.. T.F O 9.. Hemingway Williams. Inspector, Inspector,
by 1 Olen L. Bedenbaugh at DeLand. 1941Description H. E. Sparks. Clerk. Shull Plumbing & Heatin

Ton i GZz-sgfaztz f Mrs P. E. Griffin returned to Lots 3. 4, of 9. 8 Property-,tPik: 95, Peek's Mayor nf the City nf8'st. DAUBY.: : .
her home in Jacksonville Saturn Addition to Starke, See. 88, Twp. e 325 Temple Ave. STARKE, FLORIDA Phone I
S. R. JS E.
day after a brief visit with her ( City clerkSEAL)
*< Name In which assessed: E. K. 7-4 at 8-1
I 4
father-in-law W. H. Griffin

Mrs. Nlta Johnson left Mondayfor -

I 1 *) t When You Think Of GAS port.,a Mrs.weeks'Merle visit Rahme with her, of daughter May-- .

; Irvin Trievt of Theressa has AWSLll

r ; a T h.l II k ? THe been spending some time with his

1' ,1 SLADE GAS CO. sister Mrs. M. J. Elland. 1

l i ) Mr. and Mrs. Bob McCormIck 'i Refresh

and daughter. Patricia, and Mrs. r
W. are a 100 Percent Starke Concern. The Mattie Thompson all of Mac-

{' ; ONLY Gas Company with STORAGE FACI- .
+ LITIES in Starke. Our Present Capacity Is I 1

;1 1 18,000 Gallons. This will be Increased to i iI :

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t'i i 36,000 Gallons In September. This Is being ,

,. f done for the SAFETY of our customers In j'

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The Slade Gas Company offers you the follow-

ing ways of purchasing your gas requirements: -. .

a t 1. We sell you a tank and supply your gas at the '\
minimum rale. ." ,
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a 2. "We furnish the tank, make an Installation .-"/ "Jrje .." '

charge and sell '.! .'
' iJ you gas at a slightly higher

t, kJ 3. We can supply your gas needs with cylinders;
ti? .j ... (also known as bottles).


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on The Care They

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S S S S S S S "They'll tree come again to the apple looked the new house over and : ing my clothes out In the backyard AND NOTICW TO APPEAR dence and addresa Is JHOS and Tty l.ucllM C. (Conner D. C.Joseph .

the old one twittering In a busy]I where the close-clipped STATE OF FW>Rin.\ to: Oracle Avenue Itlchmoml. Virginia.You K. Bide.*
Hill Robin and all the restWhen grass H Dill whose reeldenwa la tlOl are required to appear on 7 W fi.revth Ilw.rJa': I,,. Fla.Atty ;.
lay the way. They both left and did not Iia green and soft. Sometimes I Valley\ View, Dr.. Koray River. August IS. 1941, In the above named for Pit. 7-is 4t I.'
Mohr orchard branches are return until week before las!. I lay flat on my/ back under the I (lRI Ohio. Court and cause wherein plantlffoeeks I
u1T fair to see Ton are required to appear on lilvorce. rtradford CountvTelevraph II
lurponra Neb. was about to despair that they I trees In the shade. I feel lazy Auicunt 18 1947' In the' above named publlHh this Order I
the 'u..h"
of : :
now their blossoms Court and i wherein In next ,
S S Sis were gone. Now the song floats and dream of far off places and cause plaintiff weekly Issnea.
S S S S seeks CUvor. ... Hradford Witness
drest. County Tel- my hnnd and nffli through the windows all day long. old friends, even plan the future. ....r..h0..11: publish this order In seal at Stark, Florida, this July.
I rejoice' with the wren All winter long this poem I My heart\ rejoices. but they havea The clouds float In the blue nky. fleet four weekly Usuea. 17, 1947. Cameras
Witness my hand and official' tOFFUMAt. PEAL) A. J. Thomas,
sting .VMS and dream olw learned when a child ran throughmy nest In the old familiar box. not a fly, ant or Insect bothersme. *..alillark.' ., Florida this July Aa Clerk of salit< Court.

on a lazy all CTflOOfl..IKED mind. Don made me a nice The new one Is empty. Just dreaming. happy and lit( un.OP'VICIAL. n y T.urltle C. Conner. n. C. for
by ( 8EAI. A. J. Thomas. T. frank ...Iandrum Stark Flu.
wren box and another was givento My sinter and family from Indiana lazy. God bless you all A. Clerk of said Court. Atty. for Plf. 7-1S U 8-8 I
me. We already had an old P.y Lucille C. Conner I). C.: -
S came to visit me. They Love Lura.Theressa Street A Or".n.illark... Fig.Attye. RENT
IN rinri'iT Cola?. nnAi>rnicnCXM'NTl.
box on the side of the house .
Just for Pit. 7... ShIN
brought me a Pekinese puppy a 4t FI.OH2U'11 ( ll\%,. .
below the sun porch where the gift from my Bon. It la so cun- S S S S OS 0 S S S fKHV.Vlllle .

wren built last summer. He sings ning and smart and so much com : rinrriT COI-HT. BA"OFORD \I'M win Merle Kdirar Thornton Thornton Plaintiff Uefenditnt.Case vs.. Our Photo Finishing
such a lilting gay song that always "-'M'N'1''', PI.OHIOA IN: tLtAFt"cIty. No. 1503.Oitl'iKR .
pany. It Is my first ""t. I never OF Pfm.lCATION Assures Re-Lived
llfta my heart. This Spring had time for a dog before. Frank Edward: Kenlston. Plaintiff ANti NOTICE TO APr AR
he came when the trees By Eva Mae Trlest v*. Betty Mute, Kenlston Defendant.
apple 25th Is Case STATS OF FLORIDA In-! .KdwlnKdaar Happiness for Years
July my birthday. I will No. &Mo9.OnDER ,
were In bloom. His little wife S S 5 S Thornton whose residence Is .
5 S S S 5 5 5 S S
t be fifty years old and proud that OF Pt'nLICATtONAND Unknown.You to ComeHollywood

SPECIAL I have lived that long. From hereon Jimmie Swindell Elmo McGlee. NOTICE OF FU1UIDA TO APPRAK8TATK to Hetty August are IK. 1047 required 11 In h..I'.h: appear. m'.3:

. Protect Your UpholsteryWith I plan to enjoy life more than Will\la Swindell and Cleveland Mute Kenlstnn, whose residence I la, : Court and cause wherein plaintiff Camera
Birthdays, to Neal recently'visited D. J. Phillips U23 Lee Purest Apartment 4H. neeka divorce. llrailford County
forget and
ft'eddings. ever myself enjoy
Good Durable Charleston West VlrsrtnlH. Telearraph' shall publish this OrderIn
etc. living through seeing beauty in who Is In the hospital at You are required to appear on next four weekly' Issues, and Gift Shop
Annual in, 1947 In the above named Witness my hand and official
BAKERYDO the lives of those about me and Court and cause, wherein plaintiff seal, at Starke.. Flnrldii, this July Cull St. at R. It. Starke
PPE SEAT COVERSTAILORED In turn I hope to reap happiness.Two Ernest Trlest has returned home seeks divorce. Bradford County lit. 1947.tuFt"l'lAt..
Telegraph. shall publish this Order PEAL) A. J. Thomas. I
funerals of boys In the after spending several weeks in In next four weekly Issues.Witness As Clerk of said Court. U- -I

twenties that were injured in auto Venice Fla.S. my hand and official seal
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at storke. Florida, this July 17.
wrecks. Terrible. It has been E. Trlest has returned to' I 9 47.

'IdFIT YOUR raining good showers at Clay Hill. Lake City. Hospital where he Is a (OFFICIAL, A.SEAL Clerk) A.of said 3.'Thomas Court. Longer 'Wear .

-.,,".,":.".,, Floyd Johns is home from service.He patient. He 'will be there several Bv Lucille C. Conner D. C. Through Expert Repair
II .
Rivers V Anderson llretin Cove
AUTOMOBILEIn has been gone a couple of more weeks. Hprlnitw. Florida

years. Letters from Aunt Lillie Rev. Webb of DeLand filled his Attys. for Plf. 7-1S 4t S-8 NEW LIFE FOR OLD SHOES

t \\7f Colors To Suit Wilkinson with sweet smelling regular appointment Sunday In --

herbs that she knows I love. Let- the pulpit at Hope Baptist Church.Mr. IN: .0..1.cinrriT< '. Pl.0ltll COIIHT. miUFOII ld (.'...N.) BIGGS & BAKER

Your Taste ters from Bernice Moaley saying and Mrs. E. S. Slbley and fKHV.Lawrence. .

they have such nice peas and daughter Ruth and Miss Carlle TlNim Tlson.: Dnfendant.P I n I ntlff, Case a.I'lanchn 103; W. Cull St. Starke, Fla.

STARKESEAT okra even to can. Elgin Padgettis Mae Hall went to services at the No. 6HOH.
busy and her nephew Ernest Christian Church In Hampton Sun- AND NOTICE! TO APPHAH
COVER CO. Schaffer from Jacksonville Is out a .
STATIC OF FIXJRIDA to: BlancheTi.sn.
helping Lee Moore. Soon school day.Wilbur whose resldonra.la' ft Holt-
Court & Madison Sts. Neel of Orlando spent hurt Street Newark, Nov Jersey.! REFINEMENTin c
has been ask-
will start and Elgin
the weekend here with his mother You are : appear onAtlKUst
ed to cook at the cafeteria and be of in, 1 'ell'ho"I; ,. named vvvrg necessary detail in a Servict
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mason Crystal Court and cause wherein plaintiff ..
janitor also. Daisy Lang Is put- Lake. seek divorce. Bradford County acailablg( locally and widely known

ting out a big crop of sweet po Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn for its modest co st. its 1I.01..50mecourt..sl.
Ben Loper and children next four Issues.
Mrs. weekly
YOUN tatoes. They have been picnicking I
Witness hand and official and tactful
her mother Mrs. A. my always! sympathy.
EXPERTSERVICE at the lake with Mabel and were visiting seal nt Slarke, Florida thin July
H. Kelsey of Hampton Tuesday.Miss 17, 1947.
PROPERTY? Winton Parrish. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
| Here Is a thing I learned. When Wllla\ Mae Jordan of Ala- As Clerk of said Court. *I
chua returned home after spend Hy I.iiflll Conner, n. C.Kui'h .
frying hamburger mix In a little II. ImiiKlua, Uiilnusvllln. Fla
I ing a couple of weeks with her Ally (ur Plf. 7-13 4t 8-8
you need Windstorm I water. Fry at low heat. The Mrs. S. R. Swindelland ____ DEWITT C. JONES
meat will not be dry or hard as
IM omrrir' rni'irr im ti,ronii AMHULANCIfl SERVICE]
nce. Cost is low. We'lli the steam keeps it moist. I like family. 01 >'l'\,. FI.OIIIIIAl IN IIAM- ,

hamburger cakes In hot weather. C inv.Dolly: Funeral Director
estimate. iriitrrrr rO".I'I' IIIHIIFOHII fnlmiie 'vst'Jriyht. Plnln-
i i t like to beat cakes In a bowl lierniird. Luther Wright
my .ot.i.v KLOHII) '. IM tUA 10- tirr VH STARICE PHONE T
have I Defendant. t'I,... No. 6NOil.ORMKR .
with a wooden spoon. I a, .JIIY.Nv..IYII
'KlttB, Plaintiff. v... Elmer : OF PirllLICATION
good recipe for a gold cako so as: kilt,. cfenilant.. ('11"" No. 6781. AND NOTICE TO APFKH Our local funeral home enables UK to

arley E. Johns to use up the yolks of the eggs: llHDKMl NOTICE OF PI'HI.U'ATIOVANI TO .APPEAR llerliard HTATM LuthutVrlicht' I UK' FLOIttDA, .>>whose to nisi-Mr. offer conveniences and services;' not

from an angel food.. It is good, 8TATH OF FI.OIUP.\. Elmer .- otherwise available.We .

AgencyIS Chas. C. too. 3-4 cup butter 8 egg yolks, 'Kilt,. whilst resldtMiui-I unknown.

STARKE FLA. 2 1-2 c. cake flour 4 tp. baking AilKUst Von are 11.I, 1947.required In the to nlmvi-appear named on TOPSFOR furnlnh the highest type service at the lowest price at|

ShepherdAt powder, 1-4 tp. salt 3-4 c. milk i Court seeks and divorce cause, Bradford wherein County plaintiff accept ANY life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY company

1 tp. vanilla. Cream butter and Teli'Kraph. .haIl 1 1 publish. thin OnV-r an payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation
'.... ,.....' Gay's Service Station sugar and beat egg yolks until: In next tour my weekly hnml ISMIHSWitness nnd. official carries no obligation.

, I thick and lemon-colored. Add seal I tit mark. Florida. thin July "
ing I alternately with milk the sifted' 9. 1147. -. -
anAL) .\. J. Thomas,
I' lOFFiriAti>>
... flour, b. powder and salt. Beat AH Clerk of mill Ciirt.I --- .- --- Aala.i, 4
well. Bake 2 layers 350 degreesIn I lly l.iielllo C. ConiK'i. II> C '

I hot weather. I use powdered Atty i":. K. for'Pprrvnmn rif. Htinkt 7-11 Flu U 8i \o :wnelcJ r :: Iioc.tMtLU

In and to make an Ic-
B & M Drive. sugar cream -1
ing. I sometimes add cocoa to iv nitrrrr foi'iir' lilt 'FOil")
Cot ....I.Y. Fa.Ollin I. 1'10 S II I'10.
make I It dark. This i In a pretty .
Curb Service Only CT.IIV.Klsle Knox Plaintiff v... Tiny
cake.Here Kliox ",,'..ndllnt. ,rime No. SItu Not Responsible t
In Nebraska It has been ortDEU OF rrnt-lCATlOV HOME CANNING f HI
Bar-B-Q Sandwiches quite hot. Good corn weather. AND NOT1CW-TO APPEAR: : '
STATS OF PIXmlUA, to: Roy ZINC CAPS For Wife's Debts"t
Southern Fried Chicken My garden has been good. I have Knox whose residence it unknown.You t
had plenty of English peas new are required to appear on fay to u..' Sure to wall Used far
August 8. 1947 In the above named, ..IIIIt.tI..., ill 11 have wide preference -
Jfl Beer & Soft Drinks Irish potatoes and spinach. I Court ami cause, Hradfonl wherein, plulntlff County. ....... hooiewivetl She.. reliable' caps A joanf Bins] can rushing Into dapb.photns.asihI.ylIadS.1
seeks divorce.
am eating a third planting of I Telegraph shall publish thin orderIn sans succeuful home coaalng ..,- the Clarion offlce the ether day and hepUUyt "'T... earn forgot Outld.
-" _ : wtnted me to print an ad-"rightquick" Me Mid tie tofautM. fcavo TM7.jl

State Highway 200..... 4 Blocks South of Call St. ,I and enjoy tomatoes.keeping I house am very and happy.hangHERE'S -I seal at Htarke my hand Florida- and, this official July ._better pl.l.! They_seal fld..c.when to so COM ethers store Moll feed! -saying k.wont be responsible thing an patched .p.And vets ha*.

10.(OFFICIAL 1947. SEAT) A. J. Thomas AT 'VOUR OROCIR't for his wife's debta from new lag a friendly <- .* %+*'. right,

All Clerk of said Court. on. as ..'leaving her for good IraMediately. _-
Hy Lucille C. Conner D. C.T. '
Frank Landrum Starke Flu From .wtero I sit, U you gly.I .
Atty. fro Pit. 7-11 4t 8-1 allowed M how the forms were folks time enough to think things

NOI'ICH OK iur.rutL MAn'i'KIs5C all closed up and It was too laU to over, those hasty quarrel that !

C i.n take his ad. lie says: All right, com so often from misunderstand-

under NOTICE.and I.H by HKIUCfY virtue !of OIVRN Shill curtain that Monday then"-and we agreed on In : will give way to tolerance. and

YOUR KEY TO COMPLETE Final llecrea of Foreclosure and Monday. common ienM.Copyright .
Hal made. and entered on 3 .
I 1 ,47, i In the Circuit Court tIY..n:: ,11 I Of course: the form weren't I tclosed.

for Hradford County. "'Iorhl... In Hut I had hhiI of an Inkling
that certain cause therein ". ".lIn"
In whlih John' II. Denmark Is Plain: I I of what might. hapt""'"". Then Sun- c90e.:A2S.JI

Cold Weather tiff and as l.oulnu l.oiilmi C. Thompson Thompson, alsoknown a I

widow 1'nmvla b Moore and. her
husband< Irwin U. Moore, and Dorothy 1947, UniiiJ Stunt 8,,,,,.,,Foundation }
F. Thompson. unmarried are
Defendants, lielnK case No. 835.,
the undernlirneil, as Hpeclal !Master

COMFORT appointed for sale and In this will & :1i :::11p offer s ftaL- !

outcry to the flintiest and .best bidder
or bidder for yeah .during' the '7 -
.legal. hours of unlit, to-wlt between
eleven n'l..lock In the forenoon and I I
two o'rloek In the afternoon In
WINTER front nt the Houth Front door of
NEXT the Bradford County Court House.
In the City ol* rMurke. Florida on .
Momlny. the fih CitY of Aua-ust. A. .--.--- s. .. _
I.. 1047 the name l".lnir a l"iral salesdny
and a rule day of 'this Court, I '
the property described. In aald Final 01ddli. II
1.....reC situate In llradfurd County I endur ed -
Florida'' to-wlt: oU c

q ___ Quarter Northeast(NK'Quarter. of NRV: of,) Northeast and East I wonder. J od.rcSKfoSisSisSSSi t.

Half. of Northwest Quarter. of -'- "/0\1.\\ coo"ni.t "SPEED -
Northeast Quarter (K4: of NWtl! d and
V of N" I.> of Hertlon Twenty-three lal "ont.'he t.bl'\\ \ean. eOr&bt.thorn
123) Township Jl.:1.ht: f*) South co \e. eO c: brede, toe.rn

rtanire Twenty-two (33) Knst. con so talnlnv 80< acres mare. or less.4c.uthweet 1 t' v.ettitt :
HOUSE HEATIN6 I i. Florid'. "dipsy doodl." And that me"on't wa' \t.ini. wt..

Ic1 Is real problem. How much heat U Deeded What.. (26). Southeast' Quarter "d".n lallr'\;
winter* a the our : .
.. nl $Houthea Quarter ot Hart I on Twenty-seven (IT) North -a- E\ectt': an yVIJIto
I* moot salbfactoryt{ Mort economical What 4Njulp. tast Quarter of Northeast Quarter our .Ced to t\t
type of Hectlon Thirty-
(I.NK'4 of N ) odelit'
lour ( 4). and; Northwest Quarter am
..f Northwest Quarter SWift,, or )
; meet Is available? 4Wm of Hectloa Thirty-five U$>>>.
ill In Township Seven (7> Mouth
(221 East conalnlns ;; !
tanire? 180)i acres, more or ,less. $$ratoiIeee I II 4l :::::1.
.... completed
find solution Heddy Kilowatt Joel M.diDOi47
To The same to be sold In aceord- rA..y.r: =;1 .
an-. with and to satisfy said. Final MY

sn extensive ..rft)'. It's too long to publish her*. Bal k'. O."r... 0.... U Patten.AS NEVI ECONONI.W '

!Special! Master.lCniht. BEAU : : 1'SpirED \".
Knlirht. Walrath fevues. C"Laoo':
form floe Lie bosh, profusely Oh &
available. U .boss "'rank M. Walrath Jr "..-- o \ w t :

ittorn.ys for. Plaintiff. 7-11" 8.1 NEW ....O'l, '.. & .. "t ,

tntcd.And.....lh.answer to yo-y ho_heating preblcm.cm -rornT.- tiHAnroiinlpanii. clectriOl.u..4 ....t otd kltf.1,. 11oo -

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(1-nV. ,- coo"Itf.-I....ttb

FACTS lit i VAil SIIJECT 1[r.:la. Ic.Martin Hpann. plaintiff b ..ten'd I.. S ,.,.SUilt-l.. u"";P C.b"" : .., : Be"-, ceO" M.d.i C0l.

*..Nfl. -I,, PtTBLICATIOAND -* .., '{",i" ,,,.,. ,..",et-bi&" ..,:! .....CIIpO'I' .........

... shake seat obrter. Do..osrkl.gshout .K./r.r TO APPEAR O"IcfI. 'I''''
,9*eWI salver NOT1CB ..,\, : eo pc'1'" "' elp5'' _
8TATR OF FLORIDA to: J.lllle'la. ,.,. I' "
'' )4SpecdO"letl .b' -
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[ Martin Bpann. whose residence ..0' .. .... .. .,"" .
.. .. eell
See I'om .b'
/ .
N) aee* Get the year nd sddr.se Im unknown. 1)oowtc .0'lD. ,..,. .......
You are required to appear on :::I.t o o: .,,,
a Uahl. Cemps.i .fflee,- uirust i. 1547. in the above named ... ,;; \e ;:: CO' .glance at"I
sj your ITeciaa per .5:ourt and a...... wherein plaintiff .., ", J&fO ,
,eke divorce. Bradford Countyr.i..rsph eC9 ... .
ve .
shall publish: this Order oOtL ,
weekly Issues.Witness 11 '
.. Mill Till ClIP TMIflfieri a nett four my hand and official, .-.[)\" l&o ... ... '..... S. ,or.0 II ., .
,.slat Stark. Florida this July COO ki : .04 De.___I 3G. ..5 see U ,
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T ._ :OFFICIAL' BEAM A. / Thomas.. .. yas ... ,..., _ ; 1
IS Clerk ef .aid Court. .. M.dst GIi.4 ,
ty l iellt* C. Conner. D. C. a
*. fe r* UsX Cee sey .1:'. Frank Ijindrum, Btarke. Fla.yy. J. McGRIFF I
7-11 tt 1-1 .
Ibs fer Pit.
ee eWltMlea
IOllOweUT tlJlPur pt.ssou* m wklMeOBsete fl..Ids Sf -

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-- 1- : AVE.Starke: Motors
F tHII. Plaintiff' we.Irset. 72
I.'rruTAIMI1Jitr POII..LL.. lit r.uGLY Puss u. B. Dill Oefendaat. Cans No. ,

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: \tel Miss Davis HonoredAt Young PeoplePresent WSCS Discusses Revel ORDER Defendant OP ,PUBLICATIONANI Case No. 88S4. 'If CIRC"IT COt"IIT, '

! Lovely ShowerIn ProgramAt Youth ProgramThe Revel STATE, whose OF FLORIDA residence and to: Mr.address Carl Evelyn VERY TaYlor II 1'1'1

Service CenterThe Iw, Route 2, Mlllnbnra, Delaware: Arnold noulan Plait''
RallyThe Woman's Society of Christian You are required h.t appear on J. Balan.

M 4"u srL Mrs. Knight Hostess Mrs. Hill ComplimentsTwo Service Center on phurch New River Association Baptist Service of the First Methodist Court August and 23, 1947 cause, ,In wherein above Plaintiff named No. ORDER 5830. OF 00l'h4"'t
business '
Church held its regular seeks divorce. Bradford County Telegraph PlnLlC
At LuncheonFor BridesElectThe Street was the scene last Friday Woman's Missionary Union Monday shall publish this Order In: AND NOTICE TI
afternoon of a delightful miscellaneous met at 10 o'clock Saturday mornIng and program meeting next four weekly Issuea.. I STATE OP PLOnintWpfcl..
afternoon In the church building.The Witness my hand and official J. Boulan '0''
Bride-Elect ,
attractive home of shower honoring Miss Ida- July 12th at the First who ,
Lawtey Baptist W. E. seat at Starke: Florida, this July dress last rO.ld'h"' .,
lou Davis, bride-elect. Hostesses Church In Starke. vice-president, Mrs. 23, 1947. known :I. 1900
Mrs L. H. Hill was the scene last des St., N.
f hostess Middleton, presided over the meet- Mrs. C. A. Knight was
in this occasion were Mrs. W. E. 11lryla"d
Saturday morning of a delightful After the opening hymn and the A. Clerk of said Court.T. You are
afternoon at a delightful Ing In the absence of the president Starke required to
; Wednesday Middleton, Mrs. T. Frank Lan- morning led Rev. O. V. Frank Land rum, Fie or before sDk
l'i're luncheon held at the Coca-Cola party honoring Miss prayer by Mrs. W. L. Blair. Atty for Plf. 7-35 4t 8-11 August 20th, 19n.
I drum, Mrs. E. M. Davis, Mr T. Lee of Lawtey. the Assoclatlonal above named!
w Avery Inn honoring Miss Idalou Gloria Buford, bride-elect of July H. Osborne, Mrs. E. L. Matthews, President Mrs H. L. Hough, acll- The program for the afternoon lit CIRCUIT COURT-: BRADFORD wherein plaintiff' Court seeks eod'
Davia Drlde-eiectM 26, and Miss Idalou Davis, bride- W. B. Bradford County 4
and Miss Elevlyn Stump. ed the business session to order. was presented by Mrs. COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAR.CKRY. publish this' Tale
The long luncheon table waa elect of August 2. Sewell with! the topic for discussIon Weekly lo.ue.. bmm
I The center was beautifully decorated The minutes of the last meeting Florence C. Collins Plaintiff, vs.
j beautifully covered with a' white Quests were Invited Into the with arrangements of mag- Secretary's quarterly report, and being a planned recreation Leo H. ColllnH, Defendant. Case No. Witnessseal at Starke hand end o

lace cloth and a centerpiece of dining room of the home where nolia leaves and summer flowers Treasurer's report were read by program for young people duringthe 6834.ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND of July1847. Florlds. Ilk

, + pink carnation and roses. Places refreshments were served from a The honoree was presented witha Mr.. T. B. Harding, Secretary and summer time. Mrs. Sewell NOTICE TO APPEAR A.(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL t A. I, ....
marked with beautifully decorated table cover Introduced Mrs T. H. Osborne STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. Leo R. John J. .ald Court
for the were
lovely corsage of pink rosebuds, Treasurer, and were approved as Colllnii, whose residence and address tine.. lIendor.on E"q4
individual cards and little baskets. ed with a lovely white lace cloth a gift of the hostesses. who gave an Interesting talk on IB: 210 Calumet Street, Rox- Atty.Fla for P1L A
filled with candy. read.The of recreation tor the bury Mass.: 1.11
The honorees were each presented a program !
Guests were greeted at the door program for the day was ; You are required to appear on
', A delicious three course lunch- with plates of their chosen by Mrs. Matthews and presentedto "World Need" and since July Is local community Its needs, and August 23 1947, In the above named
'; eon was served to the guests china pattern in remembrance of the part that church women can Court and cause plaintiff
the receiving line compoed of the month for the Young People'sRally seeks divorce. Bradford County Telegraph
1 Miss Davis was presented with the occasion. I play In Its function. shall publish this Order In
t F the hostesses Miss Davis, and the young people presentedthe JUSTReceive
i, About 18 members were presentat next four weekly
from her
t two pieces, of china Mrs. Rawson J. Davis, mother of program with Miss Jeanette Witness my hand and official
t lf, chosen pattern: a gift from the Frankie Hoover the bride-elect: Priest of Starke presiding. The this important and Interesting seal. at Starke, Florid, this July
23. 1947.
hostess. The service table was covered following program was Interest- meeting.CIRCUIT (OFFICIAL SEAL,) A. J. Tbomai,
1 Those who were present at this Has Birthday PartyMrs. ing and Inspiring: As Clerk of said Court.T. .
cloth and
with a beautiful white ,
Frank Landrum, S Fla.
?' enjoyable party were: Mrs. Raw- Wallace J. Carson entertained refreshments carried out the color Bible reading-Clayton Black of COUNTY, FLORIDA I"V CHAM.CKHY. !. Attys. for Plf. :-:J''t 8IdIN

" son J. Davis mother. of the bride at her home on Madison scheme of green and white. Miss ,Pine Drove; Mary 13. Teller, Plaintiff vs. Jac- Army Pants 1

elect Miss Marjorie, Davis, Mrs. Street Tuesday afternoon, July 15, Marjorie Davis and Miss Marjorie Prayer Sylvia Alvarez of' clues Teller, atlas Jack" Teller': aliasJonathan CIRCUIT COURT. ..RADFORDcoulI'rY'
Starke Tyme, Defendant Cane
,t',, Frank Hoover Miss Lucile Mitchell In honor of her little son, Frankie Sue Middleton presided at the ; No. 68ST CKRY.
4 r. l :Hoover, who celebrated his eighth punch bowl. Welcome 1 Jeanette Priest of ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND John C. Phillips Plaintiff vs. Lola Army Shirts
MIRe Clarice Thomas and
'Starke NOTICE TO APPEAR Patrlela Phillips, Defendant. Case
at that time.A afternoon Mrs. L. A. ; Heavy .
Mrs. L. A. Canova.StarlingConner. birthday anniversary During the STATE! OF FLORIDA to-' Jacques s'o.. 5882 U
Piano Solo Canova of
Canova and Miss Louise Stern Levy Teller, alia Jack Teller, alias Jonathan ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
number of Frankie's
young Starke; Tyme, 80ft N. Kentucky Ave., NOTICE'! TO APPEAR
friends were present to enjoy the played several piano selections itonwell. New Mexico STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs. Towels
1 Recognition Service Auxili- Lola Patricia Phillips, whose residence Large Si
Miss Davis received lovely You are required to appear on
fci occasion with him, and the guests many aries, Leaders and Counselors August 25, 1947, In the above nomad and address IB: 27% Montague
played games on the front lawn. gifts, and the hostesses' gift wasa from Pine Grove Starke Court and can.., wherein plaintiff Street, Charleston, South Carolina 3 for 1.00
Lawtey ;
set of six goblets from her selected ,Keeks divorce. Bradford County Telegraph :
Mr. and Mrs. Q. C Conner of Late In the afternoon refresh- ,
Message to Young People and shall publish this order In You are required to appear on
4 Starke announce the marriage of ments of Ice cream and cake were pattern. Leaders! Rev. Lewis D. Haines, next four weekly InRueH. August 22 1947 In the above named Boys & GirJi
Assisting the hostesses duringthe Witness my ham and official Court and cause wherein Plaintiff
their daughter Velma to C. W. served. Pastor Starke Church; seal at Starke, Florida, this July seeks divorce, Bradford County Telegraph SHOES, pairLadies .
Mrs. O. L.
d afternoon were 23rd, 1947OFFICIAL, shall' publish this Order In
Mrs. Carson was assisted In entertaining '
Starling of Palatka. The wedding Beanley Mr J. W. Klncald Mrs. Sunbeam theme song, 'Jesus <(< SEAL) Thomas, next four weekly 'Issues.
by her mother, Mrs. Wants Me for a Sunbeam"-Asso- As Clerk ot said Court.J. Witness my hand and official
Df was performed on July 13: in Pate Gassett, and Mrs. Paul C. H. Nasworthy, Mrs. Edward clatlonal Sunbeams Chas It, Hess, Jacksonville, FlorIda seal at IItC: Folkston, Ga. Burns, Mrs A. W. Anderson, Miss ; Attya. for Plf. 7-25 4t 8-15 947..
r Shield. Girls Auxiliary theme song, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas 1.75 pair
Audrey Carlisle, Miss Lucile tl CIRCUIT Clerk of said Court.
.41 "We've A to Tell to the
Mitchell Miss Jean Davis, Miss Story (COUNTY FLOHtUAl 1M; CHAN. T Frank indrum, Starke. .Fla"
Nations"-Assoclatlonal G. A.j; C9RY Attys. for Pit. 7-25 4t 8-15 Print Dresses
Well! Landrum Miss Ann Wilt, Andrew D, Cooper, Flnlntlff vs.
I Young Women's Auxiliary theme Ruby Irene Cooper, Defendant Case
Miss Janet Anderson.
4 ,r............... BUILD = song, "O, Zion, Haste" Asso- No. Bill ORDER OP PUBLICATION 11 COUNTY CIRCUIT FLOHIDAl COURT BRADFORD IN CHAN.CRRY. 38-52 1.93
clatlonal Y.W.A.; .
Auxiliary Honors Royal Ambassadors theme song STATE: OF "FLORIDA: Ruby Julius R. Berry, Plaintiff vs. Mae Girls Dresses
Irene Cooper. whose Smith Berry, Defendant. Case No.
TilE MODERN 'IV AY "The King's Business" Asso residence Is 831.
Route If,
John UglowThe VVoilon. TexaN: ORDER OF" PUBLICATION 1.50 each
clatlonal R.A.; You are required to appear on
AuiriiHt 2A 1947, In the above named
Ladles Auxiliary of the Afternoon opening hymn 0 Court and- cause, wherein plaintiff STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mae
BLOCKS 'First Presbyterian Church held Master Let Me Walk With Thee";; seeks divorce. Bradford County Telegraph Smith' Berry and ,address whose last la co known| General residence Slips

h'' 4 MADE IN OUR OWN PLANT Its regular monthly business and "The Good Samaritan" Jo next four shall vAekly publish. IflHUeH.this order In Delivery, Oranaebursr, South Carolina 38-44 1.25e
meeting Tuesday even- Ann Dlnklns, Starke; ". Wltne my hnnd and, officialFloridn :
t ? READY-MIXED CONCRETE program Ing at the home of Mrs John Prayer Lewis Haines of *SS11.-, (1947.A.t Starke, this July 'or You before are August requires 25th to, 1947 appear, In the on
Rayon Skirts
1, i DELIVERED IN OUR TRUCKS Uglow and Mrs. Carrie Ward. Starke; As Clerkof| SEAL MIl! Court.) A. J. Thomas, I'I'IOFFWfAL III above plaintiff named seeks.Court. divorce.and cau Bradford e.where

4 ? 4 The president, Mrs. Robert Kite,' Saxophone solo AI Stepha- Rivers. &
+ BUILDING SUPPLIES presided during the business session nelll, accompanied by Jeanette Rprlnlll'Atty.. .for Fla.Plf. 'Order Witness In next my four nand weekly and Issues.official

n I '4 Paint Hardware Roofing Lumber Cement and Mrs. R. P. Stubblns had Priest; 7.25 4t 8-15 I seal at Starke, Florida, this 22nd day
Sand Dr July. 1947.OFFICIAL .
Skit, "Go, Ye" Sunbeam Band
charge of the program. IN CIRrt'IT Col'RT BRADFORD (<< SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
'w1 BUILDING During the social hour a surprise from Starke; POUN'rY. FLORIDA I IV CHAN. An Clerk of said Court. All Sizes 1,00ei( .

A N N I S birthday party was held for Play, "Today's Call to Christian MahaR1. Revel Plaintiff vs. Carl John mine 1 ,J.Fla Render, Attjr."on for, Esq Plf.7-25, St.4t.Aug-8-15
SUPPLIES who celebratesher Youth" Girls Auxiliary of Pine Shoes
Inc. Mrs. John Uglow ... Army

i ; j 1036 1018 W. MAIN ST., SOUTH" July 82nd 26.Mrs. birthday anniversary on Grove"Echoes; from Rldgecrest"Talks RALPH CREWS For Work 2.30 pr

Phone 217-218 GAINESVILLE P. O. Box U' '
Uglow received many love- by four Y.W.A. girls who

I 4; ._ __ Saturday Afternoons For The Convenience of ly gifts from members of the attended the Baptist Assembly at And His Bradford HillbillysMon. Dress Shirts
: ; OPEN Our Out of 'town Customers. auxiliary who were present. Rldgecrest, N. C., this summer -
__ If ,.... Refreshments were" served by Betty Jean Lovett, Emogene 1.50 each

,rl Mrs. Ward with Mrs. W. A. Sterjiassisting. Black and Virginia Tenley from
Pine Grove Church and Jeanette ., Wed.. Nights at the NITE OWL

Priest of Starke. Tues., Thurs., RED' PLACEFri. NICK'SBargain
During the noon hour a delightful -
Mrs. North Hostess ., Sat.PADGETT'S PLACE
luncheon was served in the

At Luncheon Recreation Room of the Churchby .., .. HOIK

Honoring Miss Davis Church.the WMU .of the hostess Round & Square Dancing

At the close of the the
bride-elect program
Miss Idalou Davis, -
was the honoree Tuesday afternoon, Nominating Committee previously
appointed composed of Mrs. May
at a delightful luncheon given by
,v, ay FRIDAY & SATURDAY JULY 25, 28 Mrs. W. N. North at her State Moore of Lawtey, Chairman Mrs &x&
Farm home N. R. Kite of Pine Grove, Mrs. fur a,1d6te the ca that-iir athe

The living room and dining Fred May of Antioch and Mrs. L.

SAP P'S STARLINGS'STORE room of the attractive home were A. Canova, submitted its report

ifIWV. o beautifully decorated with arrangements with the following slate of officersof
the New River Baptist Wom-
of hydrangeas, roses,
table an's Missionary Union for the new .., ", \I
and zinnias. The dining :
I #y GROCERY was covered with an embroideredlace year beginning October 1, 1947, The cab is H.EXI-MOUNTED (

cloth with candles at each which report was adopted and the cushioned on rubber against road \
following named.officers elected: shocks, torsion and vibration I .
600 E. 10th end. The center piece was a lovely '
I Last Store E. Call St. President Mrs. C. C. Black of Driver s compartment: is wider, L e
J. ;TMt'v .. I I ., vase of white lilies and daisies. with more leg room. Wider,deeper
- --- Pine Grove Church
f Guests were seated at four In. ; windshield and windows increase
No. 21-2 CanPEACHES dlvldually set tables, each covered I Vice.Pres. Mrs. W. H. Edwards visibility by 2'J1|
Big 4 lb. Ctn. of North Pleasant Grove Iki
r with a white cloth and, centerei t Church
with an arrangement of assorted I ;
summer flowers. Place cards borepainted t Secretary & Treasurer Mrs.

JEWELOnly nosegays.A Jane Thorpe, Pine Grove;
Young People's Leader Mrs.
In delicious: two course luncheonwas
Heavy Syrup served by Mrs. North with I C. G. Priest, Starke;* i

{ Mrs. J. M. Hembree, Mra. L. A. Stewardship Chairman Mrs, I
ail '.23 Each J. P. Panels and pick-ups
t $1.13 Shepherd, and Mrs. J. C. Wallace Community Wyrick Lawtey Missions; Chm. INCREASED LOAD SPACE have

assisting. New, stronger, sturdier PRAME9
U Mrs. Fred May, Antioch;
Miss Davis was presented with are designed to carry greater loads
: No. 2 from her Training School Chm. Mrs. greater distances for
Can two pieces of china a longer time!
chosen pattern In remembrance. of Vasco Hazen, Brooker.
STANDARD DRAM) Florida Baptist Children's Home
the occasion.
-!Mrs.\ Blanche Thomas, Pine
Those who were present
\ Grove The Cab thai" 4
itQTOMATO the hostess and the honoree were ; 0r ifW
Mrs. W. E. MIddleton, Mrs. O. J. Margaret Fund Chm. Mrs. Fresh air I It drawn -

28cPEPSICOLA Beavers, Mrs. T.. H. Osborne, Mrs.J. M. L. Cason, Antioch; fnfromtheouttideheated-

? JUICE M. Hembree, Miss :Marjorie Chairman of Mission Study and in cold weather America's FirstAdvanceDesign

Davis Mrs. J. O. Caldwell. Mrs. Publicity were not named. -and used air
J. W Kincald. Mrs. C. A. Knight The offering amounted to 850. IIJortNouI'* 1

,1; Mrs. Bryan Whitfleld. Mrs. R. J. Cloning prayer was offered by True
Each 7
/c DavIs Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs.J. \ Mrs. S. E. Sparks.
W. Andrews Miss Mary Jo The annual meeting will be held
5c Each e for .30 Caldwell of New Orleans La., at Pine Grove Church on Wed- acclaimed/ from coast to coasti

Any BrandSNUFF Mlas Evelyn Stump, Miss Barbara neaday, October 1.

Iverson of New Orleans, La., }Mrs.i Everywhere wherever you go .. truck users i

: WE HAVE L Wallace.. A. Shepherd, and Mrs. J. C. Scavenger HuntIs praising the sensational new line of Advonce-Qe1'!'

.... Enjoyed By Chevrolet trucks. Reason They're really new r<

'COLD'DRINKSEVERY WCTU Meets TodayThe Methodist YouthThe different, Introducing the unique cab that"breath: +

3 for .24 that air aD
DAY almost "Inhales" fresh
regular monthly meeting of Intermediate 'Fellowship longer wtieelbaM*give you better "
the; WCTU will be held In the the Methodist Church met Thurs load dutnbution. Chevrolet's enhales" used air,plus scores of other new featm

i home of the president, Mrs. W. N day evening, July 17, In the recreation famous rULL-FLOATINO livpoinMAKAXtESaregearedforthekwd and innovations long-awaited-long-waatedl. Bot n

No. 2 Can Johnson, on Friday July 25, at building for a scavenger -Ioo
3 p. m. hunt. The winning team was led to be Jlttt, and built to last, they're big

a t by Miss Oleeta Green and she also big-loading, powerful yet economical trucks to''*

CEMETERY: : WORKING made the nearest correct
TomatoesONLY more profitable Job for See them noW
to the you.
as number of pieces of can-
There will be an all-day workingat I dy in a quart jar and her team elnsafir..NngendrmNl.Nnesyn..na0rlonsl.rN'eChGINaS *...
a Dyal Cemetery on Friday, August -
received the candy as an award.
140 1. All Interested persons are Refreshments served
were by
y asked, to come prepared to help Miss Carol "hlte.Iated by Mrs VALVC-IN-IOtAD are world1. most TRUCK aces CHEVROLET TRUCK

clean up the grounds and bring Nelson Green. At the close of the nomical for their size!....HYDRAU.

I( We have a good variety of nice, fresh money to be used for new wire. evening the group enjoyed a period UC TRUCX BRAJUIS are Idtuiwl,
pro The fund for this purpose will of singing familiar hymns, designed lor greater brakeliningTORODECHEVROLET
f duce, and it will be sold at a very cheap be received by F. M. Norman. i with Mrs. Green at the piano. contact -

price. Thank you,
i1 --
W 11i? I' Joe S. & Volley Starling. : CST (

t H YART(1REstablisheahii( I-I RKE, FLA.t .

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f, n'LY" 1847 BRADFORD COUNTY ..........,..... STAR"" FLORIDA PAGE. 'FIVE

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ETSof LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hutchings Mrs. T F. Hutto and childrenof Mr. and Mrs. Rome Andrewsand Conservation Office auppllm. of all kind' are'
I IF' Ag.
and R. R. Hutchings spent Sunday Jacksonville are spending this Mr. and Mrs. Joe Marlines now KtookMl at the Bradford

In Monticello visiting Mr. and wek here frith Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Program To ContinueCounty County Tolr ph.IX .
"' Mrs. R. G. Dodson. Hutto. spent Sunday at Jacksonville -

g. G. Duncan Mra W. B. Caspar Duncan Is spending this I'1 J. N. Walker of Philadelphia: Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDowelland Beach with Mrs. Andrews' parents Agent T. K. McClane .(t'NTV.CIHC1HT. rLOHIOAl COI'HT. PfADROBD IN CHAN I

P J. Langford ofYrL week In Gainesville aa the guest Pa., was the guest last week of grandchildren of Jacksonvillewere Mr. and Mrs J. D. Harris. stated yesterday that It now appears 4'KKY. I
Slade Mrs. of his cousin Teddy Duncan. | his father A. A. Walker of Lake recent guests of Mr. and Mra. Robert Hull Korh, Plaintiff ...
Mrs. Tom Rep. and Mrs. N D. Wainwright likely that the Agricultural Eugenia Circa Koch Defendant I IORI.:1t
of. Mrs. M. F. Brown W. H. Tomaon of Monticello will Butler and his sister Mrs. O. C. John Uglow. Conservation will Ceee No. 1769.
Jr. and Program
ng, JacksOnville.and spend this week-end with his fam-' Conner of Starke.Mr. Frlenas of Mike Maruca will be spent Tuesday !!: OJl'

f'rhursday in Robinson ily and Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump., and Mrs. H. D. and glad to know that he Is able to Wednesday In Tallahassee. tinue approximately as set up for STATE OP NOTIOK FLORIDA TO APPBAR to: ISu".nl.

Mrs. J. C. i Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis Miss Rogers return to his business after being Mr. and Mrs. John Hancock and the 1947 year duo to action by 0,'"... Koch whoM aildrem.. and '*.-
L home In daughter Carolyn and Mrs. Olin It.eiu*. are unknown.You
to their several ,Jean Davis and Dan Spelnell of I i Graves and daughter Shirley all 111 In the Shadycrest Hospital for !son Jack and Mrs. Joe Martinez the House and Senate providing arc required to appear on .
spending or before August 4th, 147 In the
after of Mr. and ).{n. Green Cove Springs spent last of Daytona Beach are visiting relatives several days. spent Monday in Jacksonville. 267 million dollars for the 1947 above named Court and ranee,

is guests < Sunday in Archer visiting Mrs.Davis' this week. Col. and Mrs D. K. Knight were Mm. Lex Green left Wednesdayfor program.The wherein plaintiff County Telegraph aeeka. < l.nhallnublleh orce.Hradford .

Hnemorest. of Jack. sisters Mrs. Pauline Stone Ronald Andrews Is spending a In Jacksonville Sunday and were Freeman Va. where' she will this Order In neat tourweekly t
Shepherd I home county office has been
C C. and Miss Mamie Anderson. accompanied by their Jrl'D.Dd'son. leeuea.Wltnvii .
spent several .days here two weeks' vacation in Baltimore Charles Knight who has visit her niece Mrs. E. A. Raney authorized to resume all Agricul- my hand and official
e Mrs. P. J. neat at marke Florida, thla Snil
of her son- Langford of Frost- Md., with his brother-in-law and !
ek as the guest been employed there in Dr. John.son' and Mr. Raney.Mr. tural Conservation Program lay of July I9n.ll'FFICIAL .
Mr. and Mrs. proof la the guest this week of sister Mr. and Mrs. B. Cohen. operations SEAL) A. J. Thomas.,
and Jnlgbt. severalweeks.' ny l.uotlle O. Conner, n. C.
Ernest T" Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mathews of spent the weekend here with F. J. Shaw an Inspector with returned from Tallahassee where materials and Issuing purchase John J. Hendenon, K.g. Bt.: Attu.tine

and home Mrs. Thursday from Palatka enroute from a two. her parents Mr. and Mrs. Pate the State Hotel Commission is they' atcnded the summer sessionat orders McClane said. Ally Fin.for Plf. ,.4 41 1-jt

where they spent a, weekSUests months trip through Oregon and Gassett. spending this week In Tampa.Mr. the state university.Mrs. .

of Mrs. Phillips sls.h the mid-west were guests Thursday Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Hem- and Mrs. Warren Perkins. E. B. Wester and little ranch of
W Poole. of their son-in-law and daughter ingway and children of Elizabeth left Monday for several weeks'rest niece Plppale Roberts returned \
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dowling.'' N. C. spent thla week here with on Santa Fe Lake, while Mr. yesterday' to their home In Tampa

Margaret Rose Dunes, Joan Re/ and Mrs. L,. G. Hemingway. Perkins Is recuperating from an after spending a week visiting INSURANCEH. I Ii

I Slade Connie Carroll of Jackson I'i I Friends of W. L. Thigpen will extended Illness. relatives in Starke Lake Butler ...

ville Sue Duncan of Gainesville regret to learn that he Is seriously Miss Emalyn Morgan and Mlxs and New River.IoO'I'U" .

tpA.ILC and PhylUs Langford of Frost 111 in a Palatka hospital Mildred Padgett spent Sunday at

proof are spending two weeks at'' Mrs. E. J. Wilt and son. Buddy' Jacksonville Beach. i
STARKE Camp Immokalee. j of Detroit Mich., are guests of Mrs. Wm. H. Struth and Miss '" OF Tar APIM mica ICATION FOR .

E. S. Matthews returned to his Mrs. Wilt's parents Dr. and Mrs. Kate Struth have had as recent !!..... Ulll '\0... 1WCJNOTICK '' (:
i Mon. -"Tue*. home here Saturday accompaniedby Lemuel Colson. J. S. Johnson of I S II KM KM V GIVEN; 146
28 29 They were guests Mrs. That J. 1.. Heverlv the holder of Please Phone
July 21 his daughter. Mrs. H. B. Mc- brought to Starke by Mr. Wilt Plant City Mrs. W. W. Page and I the following rrtlflfat has fllmlntcl ,

Lendon of Orlando who remainedfor who was accompanied back to Lake Mrs. W. L. r.*rtlf tentca for n tax deed tot
children of City b.t InauAd thttrwon. The certificate CONSTANT SEUVICE OVEft 50 YEARSCLASSIFIED
Swell Guy a visit of several days. Friendsof Detroit by Billy Colson who will Edwards!: of Jacksonville and Mr. numbern and ynarH nf lHmianc.. the f

Mr. :Matthews will be glad to spend the summer there workingin and Mrs. Martin Struth and chil- names crlptlnn In which of the property It wan ae and.e..the ed

_any Tufts, Ann myth.h know that he la greatly Improvedafter the Kaiser-Fraser factory. dren of Pensacola. are aa fnllowe:

Warwick Wm. Gargan a recent Illness. I| Charles Carl ton has returned Mrs. Carolyn Kinney and son, nuance Certificate. 1912.Dr'arrlptlnn No.. 148 Year of I.-

Also NEWS Miss Bonnie Judson of Pensacola from the Alachua County Hospital Wayne returned Tuesday from a of Property:
Lot 3 A of Lot 4 of Hlk 16.
arrived Sunday and will be the and Is recuperating at his visit with relatives In Columbia, l.lvlniCHton.' Sly Truhy. A Co' Addition

1. Thiirx. July SO SIiDOfKLK guest for several weeks of Miss home on West Lafayette St. S. C. and Hamlet, N. C to Sturke tI...-. !H, Twp A 5. It. 32 ft
FEATURE Name In which nHHetiNud: K. K. Foil! R'I.fiO! "..lfp,'.. Simla. Fe DON'T Jl'OIU1FT"I"m..blla: auction "
Montle HutcMnga. I Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Andrewshad Miss Dorothy White returned .
1 alL.lvi
Stock Kami, un IlinnptunThoruHNM avery Wedneeday p m.
THAT Mrs Eldridge Smith and daugh- as their guests Thursday afternoon Monday from a two weeks vacation of nnld propertv holnir In t tha no"... 4t H88AL.K thi: lneevlUMliny I .turU Market,
County of Bradford, State. of Florid ...11. If
ter, Diana are enjoying a vacationin I of last week the Rev. and spent with Mr. and Mrs. L. ..u. or I

ight With You the mountains of North Caro-' Mra. L. D. Haines Mr. and Mrs M. Brown of Jackson Tenn. I'nleitH puch. cerlttlr5te' or certificate FOIL *. I 10.V-MlHHlonary. iniHuon I etruwtierrypliint 1H nil; CONSULT N. I'. IKIWRM.: HplrltiliillHt .
shall he r"m..1 acrnrdlnirto Mudluiii,
and lltmlnr Hint
lina.Mr. T. C. Chastain and! granddaughter Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham are law the property 1..lb..d In east' of IIln rue and b 4 red ninth 0-1 ofIllnndlnw and::: lM, intv :llt'ertNen: I' tell you

and Mrs. B. Cohen and son Sue Ella Mr. and Mrs. B. Cohen enjuylng a vacation visiting pointsof ....ch rrllfiriite or Cf-rtlflrilteil will hlxhwiiy .Itp (in l.iithnr Murk plni-r S ml. N,
Tone Susanna Foster, he Hold to the highest hldtliir nt the or Htnrke on IM. aim Look for
hot David Bruce Merrill of Baltimore Md., and and, son, Merrill and Mrs. 1 K.!: J. !Interest in South Florida. court. hoiiHe. door on the first Monday FOIL HAM'! Oil THAllK KOIl CAT1L.1J : t<11I... tIp to ..>?
Albritton, !Mrs W. P. .. In month nf AuKiittt, 1H47, which oil 1I1MIHmiddle: lunar*
of Concord .
Mrs. E. J. Nix Jr., I Nix, Jr.Charles While they are away.
[ __ Andarmony- la the 4th day of AuiruM. 1941. t<..ntn Ke Stork, harm, on Mnmnti IrOn" It KMT-i-,room modern furnlHhod .
N. C., have returned to their home| Knight left Tuesday for Randall and children of Norfolk, I'ul...1 I this June 80, 111 47, ..n-Th,.treiiHU' ttoiitl 41 N-8 r.itlnu* lice .ae at. ,... I
after a two weeks' visit here with New York City where he will Va. are staying with the Graham, (()F '' ofAllrenltlCuurt: A. 1. .ThomaaClnrk elm-trio refrigerator A I." I......
Lane of I riulforilCounty. YOn HA 1.14 I uu Hlrnwl.eiry pliinta.Hullle fiirnlxhod <'.liln t n rant. :Illil
( their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. spend several days with his uncle children at Kingsley Lake. Florida. 7-4 4t 1.25l.urli3 ItHllly, to Mt't HOW |I..rJ. 'IVinplu' .\..., I'hona IKI. Adiiltnonly .
III 1 box H't-A, .
Prevail, tf
Andrews at their home on the Paul Knight. He was accomI Hliirke,. lti 7-28

nth Douglas: Montgomery I I panted as far as Washington.
.\Isr NEWS lake.Mr.. and Mrs. Barrow 1 C. Col. D. E. Knight who H FOIl HAM4 t I'llflto llli-o awert po FOR SALE
Smiley D. by into vi"..... Snob,. Kv Mt.k Kin in,
Mrs. L. T. Hendrix and Mr. and spending a few days on business CotJ Wave nn 1I.'I.t..l'h. Iliilnl 41 S'S OND rONCKMTR: LCHK 1101181 I
Sat Aug 1 21101'JlU for ...1... I"In* 8 aimrtmenta, i
frl. Mrs. Q. C. Conner were guests of In the capital city. .- .. Foil Alt wo now hid,.ha Completely, ri.flnlMhed
) : FEATURE Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Stricklandof 1 Mrs. P. S. Hutto and granddaughter !- .('Iltnut radio! nlntnmd n'.. Ainu' II WAIIIOMOIIHKH 1 aala..

I The Marx Brothers Florahome Sunday afternoon. I[ Dianna, of Savannah, mll.lli'1: ,\ :\ 1(1o.w:: 51c1tnlCm,! )., KIIMIOi Free fur Hcrnp hauling-lumber. flood wo..".

In Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis and. Ga., spent last week here with Court ul MudlMon. Ireon, Htarke, I.II'l't IIK141' 11", 155 I.e!, lift. X*: f
It I2, IHII-I7D: Wlmlowa complete'
NIGHTCasablanca children several Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto 'and Mr :
are spending lumhlnu( inttliiKn.; 4'; : Vlv Wood;
weeks in the Wall cottage on and Mrs. H. E. Tucker. LIST Y()ril FARM CITY ANI Hi.mm' Klonrlnic Unllem.:: Cimt Hook Iran"HhelveaKIMHII : ItadlntoraiHie .

Kingsley Lake. I I Mrs. W. B. Sewell spent several BUSINESS l'I ()PEU'rY tutu "::1 While Cement t
Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll left days in Frostproof last week aa 0''Ian. llhirk. iiuiv. Kooflnic; "Hund..
A IjHlt Concrete Pipe. Coni*: eta
And today for Boston Mass., where the guest of Mrs. P. J. Langford.I lUocke nit .1.| .*..; Pitteleu errneM. '
they will attend the annual meet-I I Robert Tanner of Baldwin ion,. pu-rii, flool, Cement) Hock, ''4 r
Mmtnr Mix, Si lei Vt in lowed: r'nlnt
Kk1.1.9A15KLrla: I
Order GTnnUr
iw & ing of the Aemrlcan Detal Association. spent several days last week withI (>ll and Itloi Ic I'Hlnt: I'.n'r">t4 i our

I her mother, Mrs Laura I. Powell,, r....,.., .....'11... .f .....- lotnpletel, Dump Truck llatlllnv.mo .
simple; as a shampoo Cry "............ lies rd. ..... HUll-fnw, hew 1 11.0'1's
[Johnny Mark Brown Miss June Patel left recentlyfor I Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Montgomery 12.000 Half of llamca-Fcvr.- Lisle WtMOl UOO up tOO
their homeIn L delightfully' relaxing K Mil tkiWerlrt. town, f20 m.. In city limit.
fcrzy Knight: Nell O'Day New York to attend the Crys-, returned Wednesday to I ACTeaa Ilitjrere from ever '
ppt. S "Phantom Empire"And tal Waters School of Music. In Griffin Ca., after a visit herewith M\v cooling kind to your hair I Free mien lI"t I... m1A1/ht)1111 Upv Ills IV.N'.t':; ::5ir/'v/l: ,'' ('0. I
; E. A. STROUT REALTY AGE CY .. ,,,. ...
Cartoon January she hopes to attend Jul- Mrs. W. F. Godwin. The y J. "Maurice ltVM .10. 54 l

accompanied by Mrs. Car< ,... MW M.I.... CurtU "C.U W.v." h your i llcnr r>nt Nl LucsUljr Ily I,
were -j
,1.rd. \ KM-1W PMH '" \VKHK TOO
Chandler who will visit them I Ir I ..,..... com ..... of a" icltiiialy' beautiful I F. C7. IIOUJNCIHUOIITII, Illtill, .<. "'H LIIOKKII AMI1IJNIII .
,r p.rm.n.nt (h.. It I .ha cool ..J com( 'ot..bl.l I.Orila1111: text KOI'NII' I
Griffin.Mr. find I.I curt ... 116 So, Walnut St. .
Yoe II .. thrilled vh n you 'Y 'rllM A MAW. 175 It 0455145155t.
Bicycle Repairs and Mrs. M. M.\ Hayes and d ; heir r9h! down to the ic.lp. without k...t or .W'1'1111 'I..OW ICliv'rll
tc ..,. .,. ..f kit kind.l renovated
children returned last Friday tiring' oquipmint. Gonlli liquid w. MATTllKNHNH" andreflnlehed tl.t.s-Cavernm.nt. ..*..

and Accessories their home In Rockville Md.,, Soon any typo holr to halo of bioutyl ; fuinlture Drop tipholatored u" a card pine ....... rrringae.eSwill. .I

after spending two weeks herEwith HAKTINUI4 MAI'TUUJMa CO., ones D...." ....... Well '
brotherinlawand ISO, ",,"olk.... Fla.' made Tbl la, a real I fbr
and Mrs. O. L .slm .!.<. 345,5" 4N.You ,
MOWERS slater Mr. FOIl RA r.F1-.A &-.m holme, 10 '
LAWN ran afford te ear
Llnsen. MACHINE WAVES FROM $.) aurea lend a luernney' i'r'h.1 .
TRICYCLES month* old i 1 holder, 1-yr. : I a "... ..pply ..6kU
of Apa ....
Mrs. Clarice Thomas for, l-yr. old hull n variety of low price W. .t
WHEEL GOODS MODEL lachicola Is spending a vacation fruit I........ US no each nr ter", .. knee ikee In.g. ..... .1
(him. 'PLICATE PLANES TOYS & GAMES: here with her parents Mr. anc I.uwtoy., : 4tp. 1.2i $1,55: ".. |mlrI.AIMK.N
:YS MADE Thomaa. S Starke Beauty Shoppe I
Mrs. A ( ,,S 111155.1.5, llmmlH
nil lines
INHrilANCK writ :
103: West Call Street Mrs. Eula Whigham 'la th : rim, Hiitninolilln, llablllly, and .>.... l.lukl .*.l..hl, well Inlhirfiftwltk

BIGGS & BAKERBicycles STARKE FLA. guest this week of relatives i Ir Llnnic Fojof Iage Prop. lire .See N l I.nee. Wnlnwrlwht r 0" your. InmiranmiionilN. .J',.. 13I0i plmlrrt,..... for...It4..!..'...w lark...... ..hlrwlur ...... I

Chattahoochee.jjj' i:""t Cull .tr...t, 1'hoim 16 I. tt ..1... ..r lilfnlrhlim '. krouMM'l ....
Phone 96 Court Street li. mild fur ...1. Mil.
a.u.lly. low Sure e.
,t.1l1t per pMlt, ..M'i i

'ailos' .wrpi.' .,
Uo..t: : :
4 e w.
Y'-0 AsbestolineSEMIPLASTIC re. Neil
............. ......
I ........,. 11.l.-
u ......11" ..or.ferlehla .
pi I brews
-- ..,...... wltkussf.ly
: Veil .I.i'.p. t'::; d

llnoil.rnlihrr ive..kld
s .il... foul to Ikr ......... '
-a I "...t JII.IMI. .....tI.. Kl... nM .. Id
"."'. .l,..>> Mo ":,. llutflt tk.
Super-Grade ...llr. ,._tlp lit Ible lam ".1..-,
i n.lp '".!tlt

Protective MaterialFor SUKI'LUS GOODS; CO..

HoofsGUARANTEED Sin., A Save"" "t.rPk..

TREMENDOUS SAVINGS AND BARGAINS St IUJ/ : U.Ju.lnnsv111.rer.llb ci. rlnrld..S.IM I''

ftx t
FOIl' l SALIO-Tabletop I' l nil rang. I
2-Speed Electric Broiler 7WAYFloor r s burner. T (..'. Crawford: 4 roll.\ :.
out no llnlforrt, Uimcl. itp 75

Was 22.95'Now. 14.95 F yc $3.95For .'01& SAL]'] N.w f.rf.rllon H. .,

'burner krr Lamps ."111; un. 1.12 ruir Phnnaur
5 Gallons a.. J. Premium at Mint Farm
Duncan Sofas f Itp'
17 95 Koit 14' A MO 3-4 inn r-hvrolpt
I Truok. Firm clan ...."..It Ion. T.
Were Now N. -nllar' YV>'ld". Flo.Ntrnographrr Itpn

Valued Previously INKOGAAPH Darby Bros. 1.m '. ,
199.50 159.50 w4tNTEDr
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Beautiful Tapestry Selections I
_i m o mm i '" arar rjrsTia*n Beautiful Rayon work-
Perhaps you find writing hard

BUY A Shades Bronze do. Volt SALE-rlulherrocklngchair.: dhorthand.
most people Bur not Inkograph user ,
... .
Sun Kluiri oil herder; .01..11) -

SHADES CedarCHEST Lighting Base Mod;* ?l They simply dash off letters, business reports I or oil call.hiniinr.Kiiil V.ry Cruse ra ofrivo...".,..,Murk... See. \I'I"LY Army <*mp WreckIng .

t To Save The Eyes memos, like rolling off a log. It Corpn.

And at you will note,Inkograph' exclusive WILJ TUB I.AUY who w.nt..1 l m. I ('amp handing I
AT DENMARKS to rout whlt Japonic camelllHcutlln I'hvne Hlarlui. __
7.95 features male possible a lot of import .* for hr contact m.? Mr. i :
'" Table Lamps Rnh.rt Ifodd. K.yonn Height. rw.MM!''C"---11.;! !!!' '!"6uwM
cane thing th at would make an ordinary (Mlrtlnkoii ITCH HAI.K purebred t
WE EXPECT r.vlit.r.r! nuhl.n goal, buck, Volt' "Af.R Mll"htly' ....,. metal
And Under fountain pen throw up its hands.The secret/jI. born Nov. IU! *. ALSO Australian. baby balhlnet. 4(11( : Walnut 8t., nr '
Sheets and l plnee. notl I..ru.h.l aroorvltw. Itp[ phone 171. Up I
Priced 12.95 i I. 'In the smooch ball-like 14-kt. solid gold u
Previously at roll )HNT: 4-room .. .
F'Jl'NO-J iinmartam yellow pigs h un unfurntehed -
Pillow Cases point that glides like a soft lead pencil. ; thro;* weaker aco. Owner may .11 (".......1.."".... SIS
r- here by tflantlfylnff. end, payingi month Apply 410 Center Mt., Mr.
36" 60c and Inlaid ONLY .t ul thin ad and fe.'l. I. K. B. Haley.. Itp.
Mi-Han I"........ tip

-r- LinoleumSOON Bridge LamDs 19.95BLANKETS I INCLUSIVE FEATURES $2.00 C raft I'IAIIC-4..m houaw, mo.trnlisno. mil HAt.K sweet--ll-aore potatoee farm., large Inoludeaacre vrapa n

BUY Apply 110 Center lit.. Mr. arbor, other frulte/ end nule .ubHtMnflal _
YOUR Suite ins hand ornrleof wrlcinc..Wri ..........wkkua.dt.. ...Id'.._...... ........LJa i | Klertrtclty, avaJlaM* soon I
Original Price 29.95 ...anad r..r< .......boa. pMe vltaoncmel. .la ink.. ..Coil Frill RENT ,-.t.y. furnished. IJ..O.. .,..". I....... ALSO 1S4 "'
: SAVE w_'..bea.J a*tartad...Doe I......... end rulinc. wi.h...l bath ftoHM In. Hacenn- Wlllya civilian. Jeep driven soot 9toll.
BUY & HaseIT'S _.d.. of Mo<...G..*> y*.n of.0f..I... ..,.Ic.. tully :bi'.J.I I tine N. Walnut l Hior .., 11100n.h. Noah U. "..110.
SALE PRICE AT TillS SALE Silk Shade Bronze ._MC4... -_ write I.... 7aH. .....rlr.. If llnroil ) lt I, IIr......... rla lip M ,
SALE 4-p1.c.. nu'lrnom >ultht TO riKNT-New {.room furnlaheilcottMir
BETTER AT op.lnc., nlr. ,'r>Mon mflttr.. >* with new. sac .tn.... hot
YOU CAN DO "00. M,.. A. H. Crew, 221 N and told: :
A See Them On Display Today Walnut Mt. It p r h l ld.i; t
Kith Hi. lip,
py.nItONAI n..l... !I" Dick And l I it., I
palling. for his wife, Ann MoKlnny. rufl HAI.rAbout JH, .".... atl I
OHN H. DENMARK FUBHITJjjEJO. n1.. I. ( f..l tall. brow. ft, frontage on hlvhway. one mile
Bradford County Telegraph hair and blue .Y... If seen ilnJulr ". from town, with modern llrtle S*
loth' phase notify Nat.McKl.ny .bedroom h..m.r...... .'''. llae Nor
O.n. D.l., Htark. : ..quad around Mtarfce. Can .be had
PHONE 151 In rare of 8 .PHONE 29 lilac f:'.., rf. It II p C. W, .Hayes, afenl lipC'


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rm? .-. --.- . . . . .1 One Senator Walter W. Rose of Mayo Will Run Notice la.NOTION liereby given that the:'

: TOO LATE Orlando Is a former president of undersigned are engaged In buel- i
;p44., Graham LAWTEY I For Re-election flees under the fictitious: name of p10
TO CLASSIFY the Senate. He la ablft and ag Twin Pines, 8 mlle northwest of R
gressive. Some contend that he Stnrke the State Farm hluhwajt, hlaALL
: 4
( fly Mr*. John McKinney By L. II. Futon '''' and t.'d:: to register the Haiti fie
f e e . ef . . . By RuMell Kay Is too aloof tbat he can't get .. tltluuu name In the Office of the
down to the common man but observers '' Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bradford
1 .. ., County, FI....
Dr. Shuler Peele District Superintendent Although the Democratic primaries who have watched Rose .:li. .. .''.t" ; Crosby (half I Interest)

Mrs John McKinney and little of the Gainesville of 1948 are still a long for the past few years don't .,... RtIIX'x 165 Htarke, Kla.Mm. .
Crosby half
W. T. ( Interest)
1 ,fp f* g daughters spent the weekend I In District, was Rued speaker at the way off, those busy little bees that agree. The Senator Is a lot bet- : Rt. 2, Box m, Starke Fla.

l Sarasota with Mrs McKIInney Methodist Church last Sunday make a business of buzzing in ter mixer than he used to be and LWLW, \ 7-18 4t 8-8

+ ', t parent, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Young/ morning. At the beginning of the political bonnets are beginning to would run a much better campaignIn ; i ii IV! CIRCUIT COURT- BRADFORD i i
blood. service ha held the first quarterly swarm and folks who like guess 1948 than be might have. run a I iI COUNTY PLOHIUAI IN CHAN.

j l'1 conference for the Lawtey church. ing games are chewing their pencils few years back. ; '
n Cohfmliiiii
1LM& Mrs. Maude Graves Is Improving Phlppn. Southerland,
} tt + after a recent illness. Miss Mattle Harley and Mrs. ) and working out dope sheets. The other Senator Is John E. PI..lntlttb. vs Emily: Brook. South- MAKES
l t Dan Harley were guests of Mr. The spotlight of course, is on Mathews of Jacksonville. Fiery; Cane No. 6783.ORDER .
Julian Wasdln was visiting his Work
and Mrs. F. H. Caton in Port the Governor's race. Attorney and aggressive, John would make AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR Guaranteed
lc ,' yg brother-in-law and Bister Mr. Orange last Friday. General Tom Watson didn't fool his presence In the race felt. His STATE OF FLORIDA to: Emily. Quick
Mr*. A. T. Andrews in Starke Sat PYnoka Southorland' whose residence SeniteEASTERN :
Henry Cooner of Jacksonville around waiting to aee who wouldor health would prove a handicap; and address la. n. F. D. 1.Crowe ,
* urday. wouldn't run but confident of and a strenuous campaign would Virginia.
and Mrs. was visiting In Lawtey over the You are required to appear on AtJ'SUPPLY (
Mrs. S. Campanella weekend.Mr. his own position marched out on take a lot out of him. But he U 1847, In the above named
If 1 M. Campanella arrived recently the political springboard and dived rugged and has a way. of coming < ::: t"ta' d came wherein plaintiffseeks :;
n from New York. They expect to and Mrs. Elbert Glover and divorce Bradford County ST
3.<* In head first. Fuller Warren back, as his political opponentswell '. Telegraph shall publish this Order ARRE. FLA.
move here as soon en. possible children of Green Cove and Rev. I JII' .
has never stopped'running. He know. If he were to enter In next four weekly issues.Witness /

i ', '' r" Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Surrency of and Mrs. Cecil William and children missed the second primary In 1940 the race he would stir up a lot neat at Starke my, Florida hand ,and this official July II,

i, '''k; ;::1 { Tampa were visiting Mr. and Mrs. of Jacksonville were Sunday, by a hair-or was it a WhltehairT of feeling on the subject of "White ... 1947
M J. ,
Leon Wynn and Mrs. Maude Anyhow, lot of folks contend Clerk sad Court Thomas.
( ,, t dinner guests of Mr. and 'Mn. a Supremacy" In which he Is a A of .
,9tfi Graves Sunday. that had he made it ha would firm believer. By Lucille C. Conner. D. C.
C. R. Crews. While here Rev.
Pan Kelly FernanUlna 'Fla.
fi School Is progressing nicely this have defeated Holland. Another Jacksonville man Is Atty. for Plf. 7-11 4t 8-1 Qp ter
Williams conducted at
year. There are 23 students on Both Watson and Warren are frequently mentioned although 41Nvbr
r the roll. We welcome the Raymo Woodlawn Baptist Church. able campaigners. They will set i.v: CIRCUIT COCRT. BRADFORD ,
those close to hIm Insist that he CO II;NT"'. FLORIDA IV CIIANCERY. .
children from Missouri, the Rader Theodore Brannen Bobby Me the pace and make the welkin .
r children, from Chicago the Osteen Clellan, Raymond Redding, Mark 'ring so long and loud that other la not Interested and would not Dispelling rumors that he would Wade Crawford Plaintiff vs. Leonie

n i n l. ; children from Grandln, and Joan lee Raulerson, Calvin Blount and contenders will have' a difficult 'consider the race. I refer to Ken not be a candidate for re-election &Crawford 711' Defendant. Cane. No. SFfi
Cap an ell a from New York. Phillip Sullivan are all back in time making themselves heard. Guernsey president of the Gulf next year. Commissioner of Agriculture -I ORDER OF' PUBLICATIONAND THAT
Nathan this week NOTICE TO APPEAR
Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney; school after spending last week at Both men have a large and loyal 'Life Insurance Company and recently l issued the Mayo statement to STATE OF FLORIDA to: LeonI.

and children were visiting Mri the 4-H Camp at Cherry Lake. following. Labor, or that portionof elected president of Rotary following Crawford, whose residence la un- ctaT ONE'i
all state known. GETS
McKlnney's aunt Mrs. Will Mel- The W. M. U. of the Baptist it which Is controlled by union International. Ken is close to the newspapers: You are required' appear on

ton In Waldo last Friday. Church met at the pastorlum on leaders can be depended upon to Caldwell administration. He Is "Reports have come to me from August 18. 194. In het'.b: named. sr f'OO
i Court and wherein
cause plaintiff
various of the state that I
)5 i Miss Imogene Hugh music student last Thursday afternoon. oppose Watson bitterly. But they a member of the State Road eeeka divorce. Bradford County
their full will retire at the expiration of my Telegraph shall this
} p a from Gainesville who hal Mrs. J. P. Wyrick. Mrs. T. J polled strength againsthim Board headed the Governor's Committee publish Order
1 I&1 In next four weekly layuea.'Witness
present term. The rumors are absolutely HILL'SCOFFEE
last time to avail and the
vacation here no
been spending her Terry and Miss Bessie Terry; on education and has a my hand and official
with her parents, Mr.-and Mrs. fiery Watson figures he can discount without foundation as I sal at Stark Florida, this July
were in Jacksonville last Sunday; long and active record of civic SHOP
15, ]947
expect to be a candidate to succeed -
this and still
Louie Dempsey, left Friday for a visiting Mr. Wyrick who is a opposition and political leadership. Those (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas,
i r. win. Warren's I myself In the 1948 election A Clerk of said Court.
visit with relatives in Apopka. greatest handicapIs 151 WEST
patient In St. Vincent's Hospital the fact that folks are not inclined Interested In seeing him enter the regardless of who else runs. By Lucille' (". Conner, D. C. CALL?,
Mrs. J. E. Wall Jr. returned I race think he would command the D. K.: Knight Starke Fla STARKE, RA.THM .
11y'; SINGING CONVENTION Sunday from Chicago where she to take him seriously. They solid< support and backing of civic "My health was never better in Atty. for Plf. 7-18 it 8-8
like to hear him talk but
they are life. I have unfinished
;4' The Bradford County Singing spent the last two weeks while Inclined to view him as a com clubs and groups throughout the my an pro

} Convention will meet all day Sunday attending the marriage of her edian and a showman to be cheered state. They say that he Is a gram 'Jn the ultimate development
k 27 the sister forceful and aggressive speaker, of
1 July at Boatdrain and applauded but not voted agriculture that cannot pos- I

R y Baptist Church, southeast o f Mrs. Mae Wells, Mrs. A H for. In spite of this handicap; a sound thinker and, would makean sibly be completed In the next
Starke. A basket dinner will be admirable governor. My guessIs
t Mr. Mrs. D. B. Harley Warren has and
and however
Harley, a eighteen months. Therefore I am
Guernsey Is too busy with Rotary '- ATLANTIC
served and everyone Isl nvlted. EQUALS AMY HEM 1 l-Vl
YYY and H. C. Harley were In loyal following that will back him duties to consider a gubernatorial asking my thousands of friends TASTED ANYWHBRS IN THE WORLD"
-i -- .
all the .
lif For Mlddleburg last Sunday. They way.It race at this time. throughout the State to pass the
f stamp pads, stamp pad Is a safe bet that Watson
Ink rubber stampa later, num- attended the funeral of a relative. and Warren will not be the only I've also heard the name of word on to their neighbors that :Jam

berers see I The TELEGRAPH. Mr. and Mrs Clyde Wall of contenders. Others you hear men.tloned Representative J. B. Odham men- not ready to quit the post of
tioned several times. While old- The Premium Beer
4 Winslow Ariz are visiting Mr. with ever increasing frequency Commissioner of Agriculture, a
timers may view him aa a political at the Popular Price
l1 Wall's parents, Mr. .and Mrs. J. are Dan McCarty of Fort upstart and Johnnie-come-lately I work that I have had my heart In
Pierce former Speaker of the
E. Wall Sr. he made tremedous for and I
House. His record Is good. He Is a Impressionon years promise to be ATLANTIC
H. Hill is lot of Just as active for better ; +
City Clerk L. con- a veteran and commands the respect a ordinary run-of-the- a future .

fined to his home this week be- of solid-thinking citizens. He mill, citizens, who admire his for Florida. and Agriculture as I "
courage and forthrlghtneia. I've have tried to be in the past. I ALEaNO Efl3 +
would have the full
cause of Illness. We hope to see undoubtedly
of the Caldwell administration never met the man but am Informed have tried to do a good job, which full of Good Cheer
him out in a few days.- blessing -
i which would probably that he has a vote-getting has been made possible by the cooperation -
school continues to
grow. personality that cannot be dis of all the fine people of
We now have 328 students en prove a handicap rather than an
advantage. counted. While politicians look our wonderful State and I will
Down Miami way they are talk- on him as "poison" the man on continue to do so."
S HOWDY FOLKSI Did you ever the street doesn't and a lot of: -NATHAN MAYO
NO'I'IC..1TO Ing about George Smathers, political ) '
q hear of the wife who sued her WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: white hope of Florida's Gold folks think Florida would be well

) y buftbancl who manufactured Notice In hereby given thnt t served with that kind of man in
4 have filed Coast. They point to his winning
my Final Account a AdnlnUtrator -
I t4 if" 4L3 garters 8 h 9 charged nun. of Estate of Heabcirn H personality his ability as a cam the Governor's chair. ,p 'ni rJernVa ,
) ,
support.," Crosby and will on the 2nth day of ..,..
y l August 1947 apply to the County paigner and contend that if South Ipso, ,,,

4; l :.Constable! "No .''swimming; for Iu4r Final* of Bradford Count AanSlnUtraArdell ).6 Florida. Florida were to get behind him STARKE I MOTORS GIVENG. ...'... 1))1IM): peel ..... MotIiersTELEPHONE -! m

i .lowed In this lake." tor. Discharge .a. solidly he would win in a walk., E. FRANCHISE uoa g jo iiautjioouiaoqi
{ D. Crosby { U.VM! Jaded: J: AOtap3
it } I ''Young lady "'But why didn't T-1S 4t a-a An Administrator. But unfortunately. South Florida., O. J. McGriff of Starke Motors ;| utod! ."'1-Tluq 52-J
I other section for that matter
t-- you teD me before I undrenaConstable any 'baa 41oouzs'punos pica pijoa! t.
edtn can seldom be counted uponto been granted a General Electric .111 .1 ell-n/ln{ / stout For The Finest

b : solidly for candidate.Had Franchise, he announced this uo'p uw 3ujj.iAt
I "There ain't no law they done so for Ernest Graham week and Is now showing a com- ServiceThat

again' that." he might be Governor today. plete line of G. E., Equipment including NIYJNnOJ GlINIOcI1IJNc'HdV.OOHNI Diaper t

::1 Some folks would rather have refrigerators stoves, deep

JT'Viat" revenge than a governor and vote well freezers, dish .vasl ers, hot Modern Science and
I4, While we don't especially like that water heaters washing machines
way. uo
to hear about our faults, when I/JIM ejnso0/cf o
Former House Speaker Richard manglers, and other items. Research Can Produce

there 1,* something to criticize H. Simpson of Monticello Is being The'G. E. line la now on displayat MON auapuodsallo
here, please tell u--1 tell ...
r strongly urged to run. If he does, Starke Motors in Temple Ave. r r r. r ,
us f.Ve are mighty anxious ;McCarty won't. They are close and articles listed above are available Bradford
We Furnish Hospital Sterilized
Clean Soft
to and '
i satisfy please you
Is for Immediate .
friends and this understood. It delivery.DO
In every possible way. And that looks at this writing, that Simpson County Telegraph j Diapers Anti-Odor Metal I Container-
Is how we make friend. Stop Two Deliveries Each Week.
will hold off and
possibly run .
In and get; acquainted. think
for '
l 911 Commissioner of Agriculture I
-' you, too, will like us./
y'r should Nathan Mayo for any reason ?
YOUR WATCH All Cents A Day ,
GULF OIL PRODUCTS choose not to run. SimpsonIs When you tight roaches you This For Only A Few

eminently qualified for the try to rid of Deserves
postof stet them all, not the Best
Washing Polishing Just kill the few

Greasing Is agricultural a successful commissioner.nurseryman\ and He walk hit with Into spray a powder or duet by accident.Yi't'i.. 1 1 O J \cEe)

Al a"' Temple & Lake PIIARMACISTPhone long years In the legislature give K.3-D P1r w.. \ :

Sit t him a thorough knowledge of Ilarlm,,,
Service Station state affairs. ROACH KILLER f

Phone 179 6i 1 STARKE Two State Senators with long IS DIFFERENT 52.J

5' On-the-HIinit] Service and able records of legislative service Roaches emit hocituxe they like [f e
It. They dry un and die. Hiife ,
e( would like to enter the race. to .1u Non-poUuKuus t. to man REPAIRTrustworthy .
and petfl. .

15c and 25c Pkgs.
Service -,
I. ., .

Why .Buy Your Gas Tank & Equipment ? Sistrunk Seed at Feed;Co. and Harley F. Strong 4

+ Sure. Why should you buy any part of it, when your PYROFAX GAS SERVICEwill STAKKE FLORIDA CAMP IILANDINO JEWELER:

furnish it all to you complete including: the upkeep of it as long as you use Mf''. br Orlando,MrPkeil, Fix.Product SINCE 1941 ;. s

__ t PYROFAX GAS. PYROFAX GAS SERVICE goes even farther by giving you a 137 West Can St.

4 r S contract guaranteeing you gas service at all times and mind you this service Is .

"' backed by one of the largest organizations of its kind. !

Ask any one of our hundreds of users' if they' have had to do without gas at any Insulation Board t 1, II 'y'

: time even during the emergency periods of the past several winters when other i

f 1! 4 i gas services were unable to give service for weeks. And incidentally the price I iI

M has remained the same as before the War in spite of increased costs. I In 8 Foot & 10 Foot Lengths I

4h r Your PYROFAX GAS SERVICE guarantees that you get 100 percent measure by

weight. You know what you are getting. Your I'yrofax Gas Service gives you a

k uniform fuel at all times free from soot smoke or odor. No '
readjustment of ROOFING
45 55 65 90 Lb.
k r burners every time you get a new supply. ,

fr',' $' Our service personnel Is especially trained and equipped to render you a service SHINGLES, Thick Butt 3 Colors
; that is safe and
t, efficient and a trained delivery man works your territory no

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p Sure. WilY SHOULD YOU BUY ANY PART OF IT EXCEPT THE FUEL YOU ASBESTOS SIDING Johns Manville modern gentle cleaning method we u f e

t ACTUALLY BURN, or be satisfied with anything less than PYROFAX GAS rids your slipcovers and draperies of fabnf!

:' ,' SERVICE? We invite you to make a careful comparison point by point. Call TARPAULINS 12x14 and 12x16 destroying dirt and soot renews originalcolors
; us or see our representative.
and prevents stretching or shrinking-

; And remember-the expense involved In ordinary gas installation will pay for MANY OTHER ITEMS OF For pick-up service, call 135.

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2J, 19d7
I P.\OK :SKVKNrooker
. R b Hope bridge last --
Saturday. made a business trip to Lake Butler little
V Among those enjoying dinner Saturday. son, Johnnie of Jacksonvillewere family of McIntosh pent Friday NW% of 8K', i.f VKi',, K,-,- 1T"''|" Ill next four weekly IRIIIOI.
visiting Mr.' and Mrs. H. M. It N. It. II ... Wit official
with Mr. Stokea were with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. llouvler. n. my nn nit and
: Mr.
and Kye Mills\ and sons of Jacksonville McRae Sunday afternoon Nome In Hhh-h a..e..ed.| \V A ...nl! At Xtark, Klurldn, thus did

Mrs. B. E. Stokes and family, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter of Cook of July., 1947.OPPiriAl. .

Mm", T, \V. I\larkey. . and Mrs. Edd Polk and family,! were weekend guests of Mr. Mrs. R. R. Groves of Miami Lake Worth came Friday, to spendthe County All of of said. 'Knulfftril.pmiuirnliving. In thi> ( SEAL) A. J. Thorn.
and Mrs. E T. Wlntu lOr KlorIds .
Stewart. Aa dork of anl 1.1 Court.Hv
e and niece, Miss Irena .,
e rest
e Mr. and Mrs. James Padgett and Groves of of July with Mr. and Mrs. I.tK-lllo C. Connnr P. C.
daughter, Virgie, Mr. and Mrs J. Miss Lubtdla Pinholster was Umatilla are visiting Mr. and W G. Strlngfellow. eates ITnless shall such he oi rtlfli-utt* lOt ccrtlfl- John J. llwndoraon. Esq;.. St. Alliiatln *..
ENJOYED; In Mrs. ri'ilurmvcl ai-conllnil ., 1"1"lty.. for fir. 1.. 4t '..11III
gV B.
Gainesville M. McRae
P. Baxter Thursday.Mr. and family ti> law the di>m-rllii
his 87th Mrs. Johnnie Cowartof Accompanied by J, B. Taylor of property <'il In
celebrated and Mrs. this such certificate or .rtln'RI.M will
I Wilson week.
Stokes Starke Green of
Mrs. H. B. Stokes Jacksonville R.V.. be
with a fish and! Brannen left sold to the hlithoMt bidder at 4
Starke finniiT roi'HT. nRAnroRUCOI'Mrv.
v anniverSary near, New son, Earl. have moved here and have Sunday afternoon visitors of Saturday on a Blght-neelng trip the. court houee dour. .on the first .. "',cnUI.1 IN CHAM.Sophix .
Santa Fe River At noon a bountiful dinner was apartments with Mrs. Rosa PIn. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Starling were through several Eastern elates;. which Monday Is In tha mouth Slit of ilitj August of .August I lit 7. f'III1..Y.I.Ul'lII"
holster. lump.rt Plaintiff.
spread on the bank of the river Mr. and Mrs Joe E. Starling of 1941. Vs. lleorge Defendant.
Major and Mrs
;J. A Cole, Jr., Kitted this June. .
Moore of Gainesville Starke Case No. 67 4.OKDEK .
and enjoyed by those present. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Nettles I and son, Jimmie, III, of Klngstree. ( HKAL: A, .., Thomas, 1
was here last week visiting rela. of Clerk of "'lrc OK PltnWfATtON
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. I "lt Court of Hrsdford
resh Water Jennings McGauley of Palatka tives. Russell S. C., arrived Friday to visit Mr. County, Florida. 7-4 4t 7-Z3 AND NOTION TO AFI'BAK8TATF1 .
and children i and Mrs OV VLOfllnA to: Mrs.George
M. R. Holmes.
was here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Grady Baxter of Baldwinwas Henry Cone Miss Ruth Johnsonand I : Utimp: .rt, whose: r* ld.'noa
11 'RfTIT l'It111T. .IHAltroKD and aildreaa la IOJ ilrant Avunuo.,
J Q. Caldwell and .
Roy Green recently. visiting relatives here last daughters rnt'N'IY. .. '
Miss Lois Gomes of Jacksonville .011111'. i" (1145.:' Hrooklyn New York
IBREAMidPERCH Thursday.Mr. and their visitors Mr. and (:.:RY. You new required tn appear. on
Mr. and Mrs. Francla Russ of biro Robert Starling and Mrs Mark Mack W. D. Venters. IMaltilirr. v... Mall I. A Starke were visiting Mr. ancl'llrs.: and Mrs. Pitt Baxter and Mrs. Starling's mother, Mrs. W. of Winter Garden I'. Venters., nvfenilunt.. C... No Court and. cause. wherein itlalntirc
Miss! Lubedla Pinholster L. and Miss Barbara Iverson ofOretna. 1770. seekS Vance Johnson
Russ were of
Sunday. Ralford.! La. ORDER OF r"I".If ATI0N aimII publish' this' Order In
d Mra. R. A. Colson and childrenof visiting relatives and friends In Edwin: McRae were guests of Mrs. AND NOTICE| TO APPEAR 11551 four wo.kly Inauaa.Wltnitaa .
Graham Monday spent Saturday J. Q. Godwin at a picnic luncheonat ST.VTH l tlH-' KI.OHII1A t..: Blaine my hand soul official. 1
Starke were visiting Mr. and afternoon. night and Sunday with relatives KlngMey Lake (>, Venters, whoso. aihlrons" mid, r<*..l- aoal HI Ntnrke, Klurlda. thla Jun.
Mrs. O. B. Colson Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green and In Jacksonville! Thursday. dense last known Is 621 l South 1.110- 30. ID47.OFKHMAI..
Mra. Mel Vlckory Mr and Mrs. J. A. Bouvler left rely Ml.. Wlnston-Siilvtn/: North. (Car, ( PKAI.) A. J. Thomas.
RE BACK Miss Jackie Green spent last were shopping Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall and olina.. AN Clink at aald. Cnurt.Ily .
week in Gainesville with her uncle In Gainesville Monday afternoon children of Jacksonville attended Sunday for Blowing Rock N C., You are required to appoar on t.urllla. C. (Connor. D, C.
where or hpfore Atiwuot.h., 11147. In the T. Kmnk Landrum, Stark. Pin." "
will be
Mrs M. F. Hazen they the of
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles: of Starke church here Sunday. We were guests above nutiKxl. Court, ntul lausH, Ally for rif. ,.. 4t 7-J
fter 8 Months Hardy. spent Saturday afternoon herewith glad to have them with us again. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvler. Jr., of! wherein plaintiff sevhs "\\Vt.r"...

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Baxter I her mother, Mrs. Lillie Cone. They moved from this community Miami for about two weeks lrsdford publish: thl.County Order Teieersrh In. next. Mali four.
nouvler. Jr, spent Saturday Mr'l weekly issues.Witness I
and children, Jo Ann and Charles e e e .. 1 about five years ago. with his. parents and took my hsnd .and ...ttl'I..1A. Nips HAPPYSOM.ONK
of Jacksonville were dinner Remember the services at Pine ..) at Htarke, Klurldn, Ihl. 2nd
to the mountain resort by motor. tiny nf July, 107OrPICAt. Mil* .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wade liar. Pine LevelBy Level next Sunday morning and ( 1 HEAL) A. J. Thomas GAYS a.
7'V rell Sunday. baptism Sunday night at 8:30: o' Miss Melba Strlngfellow sport A.. Clerk of said. "fourt. .
the past weekend with Miss June By Lucille C. Conner, I>. C.
Mrs. Annie Lewis spent last Mrs. n. M. McRae.U.S. clock. We are proud of the fact J"hn.r Henderson Ksn: Ht. Angus N
week In Baldwin with Mr and . . I that there were 290 In the Sunday Hall In Starke. tin... Kin." \
J Mrs. Grady Baxter. 'School classes last Sunday morn. Miss\ Pauline Brann of Jack Atty. for rif._ 14t 7-J5 b

Pitt Baxter spent Friday In The revival meeting at Pine Ing. sonville wan at home last week IN: riHCVir, CO I.II T. III tltPOHU

\\COME DOWN Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs El- Level Church closed Sunday night end. MIss Brannen I Is now workIng cfnl TY. Pl.Oltllltl (.11.,...
C'ICRY.FJdllh .
don Baxter. with 26 members added to 'the e with the Iron Workers Union Anne nit,...". Mnlntlff.. vs. t tlJR

V0 GET YOURS. Mrs. Eva demons and daughter, church roll. A basket dinner was and Is sharing an apartment with Case John No.Francis 9771.ORDpIt .. 111111'''''. Defenilant.. \

# Yvonne, of Worthington Springswere enjoyed at the noon hour and State Farm Mien Margaret Reddish. of Hell- : OF PUMt.lCATION NUMBS I

weekend guests of Mr. and baptism was held at 7:30: p. m. bronn Springs. AND NOTICE! TO PI'InAIt
Ily Mr*. BryanMtfleM STATE alp Kl.0ltl1tnl| : John I
Mrs. M. O. Harrell.Mr Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall had 55555 CSCSSSSS Burnell Caldwell of Stetson University Francis' Una-en, whose. residence, and .

Magnolia and Mrs. E. T. Stewart' as guests' last week Rev. Hall's was the Client( of Mr and addreas Av. %lunt Chapman known, Is Uronx 4ilrt Conconl, N.w,

spent Thursday afternoon in brother, J. A. Hall of Dublin, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mack of Mrs. J. Q. Caldwell and family Ynrk. PHONE .150

Gainesville.Mrs. his sister, Mra. Minnie Frier of Winter Garden were guests of Mr. last week-end. You before are reiiuvreti fr appear, onor
August 4th, 1917 l In the shove -
Fish, MarketPhone Rosa Plnholater spent part Sanford, Rev. and Mrs E. R. and Mrs.. J. G. Caldwell duringthe Richard Woodward, visited Mr. named: Court end railnn.wherein
plulntlff I seeks divorce ami,I
Bowers of Hilliard their
of last week at New River with daughter, past week. They were accompanied and Mrs. Bard Gain of Palatka at melody of child. Hrnilford County i
37 Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins.E. Mrs. J. E.. Murrhee and' son, Edward home Thursday by Miss their St. Augustine Beach home Telegraph shall publish. thla Ordor.

J. Lewis and eon Malcolm Hall, Mrs C. P. Johnson and Mary Jo Caldwell and her visitor, for several days during the past

daughter, Mary Lucile of Hilliard, Miss Barbara Iverson of Gretna, week.

and a granddaughter, Miss Patricia La. Misses Caldwell and Iverxon 3-Piece I
Mr. and Mri. Albert Yarbroughand
[ Hall of Jacksonville Beach. are classmates at Charity Hospital
pert tJPHOLSTERING; Mrs Hall will leave today for New Orleans and returned family of Gainesville were
guests! of Mr. and Mrs. I Ernie
Macon. Ga., to visit her two sisters from the central part of the state Bedroom
ISLIP COVERS VENETIAN BLINDS Yarbrough this past t week. Other
Mrs. Nora Smith and, Mrs. Saturday to spend the rest of
recent visitors of Mr and Mrs.
I A. R. Mitchell. their vacation with Mr. and Mrs.
MATTRESSES, New and Renovated. CAN- Ernie Yarbrough were Mrs. John
Mrs. Florence Haltiwanger and Caldwell.Dr. Suit
IvAS AWNINGS . Complete or Recover daughter Mrs J. R. Lyons Mrs and Mrs H. J. Kucera and nie H. Johns and children ofKingsley Ir
Clara Parker and daughter' Jo children, Patsy and Brian, enjoyedan ?
Drop Us A Card And We Will Be Glad Mrs. M D. Young amt, Mrs. T T.
Ann, and MIss Betty Lyons all of outing at St. Augustine Beach
Klllyaw visited Mr and Mrs W 84.50
To Give You An Estimate Jacksonville and Mrs. Margie I Sunday. K, FillyHW and Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Untierhlll: of Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin had.
I Young .In Lake Duller Sunday.IN I
relatives here last week' as dinner guests at their KlngHley

McGriff f Brothers I I'neS'iIIe Mrs. Susie Myrick of Lake Lake home Wednesday evening/ rnirrrr rni'iti.' mi 4IF./H11 Admiral 7-Tube Comb. 134.50

Geneva spent part of last week Mr and Mrs. O. II. Thomas of t'niMI'l f.IIY.An'h..ny: VI.OHIIIAI.. tIlAN -

( Corner South Oak and East McCormick with Mrs.: H. M. McRae. Gainesville and their visitors, Mr. V Orvltn. T'lnlnlirr' va.Aicnn .
Mrs. T. N. Norman and son, and Mrs. E. L. McMurchey of T I.. Orellu, IMtfomliint Case. t '
P. O. Box 549 Phone 1031 Gerald, of Hellbronn Springs and Duncan, Mississippi. No )ER nv prinMCATioM t I

Mr. and Mrs Barney Kggers and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McRae and ANI) NOTICI1 TO APPEAR' t
I 8TATK tie'| KUHCII'A 1..: Mm. Sofa :
.---. .-.----0------ -- Anne.. l., flrellii, WIIOMM rs.ldpnre J
I and n 2360 HHlh St., Corona Luna ,Ulund.

.NV'. Vim. era nulrnit' to appear. on Bed

AuitUHt 11 1047, In the "nlitiv named
Court, anti ramie. whernln i plntnHflNfleKa ,
dlvnroH. Bradford Cnunty I
T"I'l' icr 'uh !: "e this' Ordar, t
weedy: ,
In nxt four Inaiiwa.Wltnnaa 89.50
my hand and offlrlal, soul. .\
at Htarko. Klurlila, thin July IT, _

THERE'MOPLACE[ $ 11147.OKTiriAl.( ." SEA( ) A. J. Thomas. AIR
As. Clerk of said ('nun. .1.
Hy '.....111.. C. ("onn..... 1>, C. SPRING! ,Innerspring Mattress 49.50C. i
T, Frank: drum. Hlarka Fin
Ally fur rif. 7-18 4t 1-1

it rmrriT rornr. IIRAIPOnll t

Mary H. ilolln'ml. Plaintiff, ym.

!No.Unrv nn T., Holland, UetonJunt. Ca. rjIONK ,'13 -:- STARKE, FLA.

STATE: OP KIrmir to: Henry
T. Holland. who,.. realdnnr. I I..* un I
You am required, to appear. on
August 4, 1847, In 'She atmva niitnud J
Court and caua, wh.ri>ln plaintiff.
aka. dlvorr and r"alor. Mon/ of OUR LESS"YOUR !
maldftn. name Jtrndford, County
Telegraph shall ixitillnh thus Order.
LIKE In next four weekly lasurs.Witness .
my hand. and offlrlal.
seal at Htarka, Florida' thus July
I. IH7. S
A. Clerk of said Court,
Ry Lurllle C. Conner, D. <..
3aoh! H n"uirlaa, Ualneavllle, Pla.,.
Atty. tar fit. 1.. 4t 7JIOTIIR .

TAX nr.v-.it
lf*... Hill ..... I""WIJ:
that (I, C. Alderman th holder of Orange
the following oerllfIcatea has fll.d Special DriedApples
said. certificates. for a tax 1'1.....l to
h. Issued thereon. THe certificate
numbers and years nt Issuance thedescription 1932 PRICE
of the property, and the Juice
namea In which It was assessed areas

Certificate. follows: No. 103 Year of Issuance 46 Oz. OctagonLaundry I,

1541.De.rrlptlon .
HOME FOR IjtI Property: CAN
Lots Ii. 11 In Woodlawn, 35c
8.... It, Twp. 6 H. R. 13 10., contalnlne .
40 Acres.
Name In which assessed': Josephine 24cMaxwell '
Corklna.Certlflvste. Pound
No. 114 Year of Issuance SOAP .
1911.pserrlptlon .
I of property. :
NH of HEV: of NIt. /., tine II. Twp.
II 5. It. tt F. contalnlne *n .......
Name In which .........: Ham M..- Pure
HrldeCerllflcste Sc
No. 114 Year of Issuance .
1942.Inscription BAR

r .Fl:; 115 ft of of \Property V InS ff nf K% of House Leaf .

Of Bowel Inner-Aid.Cleaning MedicineOne Power 1 Coffee Lard t

recently took INNRK-

ORD SERVICE All) three day and Mid atrr-j i

ward that he never would 111.

IM'IIfovN his' ) body eonlaJnnl! so, 1Ib.

much filthy .iib...tanC'... He aaya'his ,'

stomach, Inlevllnm, .bowel... v'tl/bes', / ? ,,

and whole. system wr" W. thorrleansrd .j BAG Carton'

'I'hly that his constant

hea.iss'hee. cairn tit an end, aer-

.rat pimply skin eruptions on hi*,

faro dried up overnight, and even 42c 22c

Your Ford Dealer the rheumatic pain' In his knee

disappeared.. At present he I* an

altogether different man, feeling \

knows Ford best! _fine 'In every) way.INNER.II contain. 12 GreatHerb I CHUCK VEAL SHOULDER

your *: they" rfeanM. bowel' rlrarga ROAST .391) STEAKS .45

from ettsn rh. art on alugglith -i

liver and k"'_".. '
.113 ESTIMATES fRCE-USEJUR BUDGET/ PLAN people' ; soon feel. illffrrent 11..rab'1 1 Streak-O-Lean White BACON, lb. .25

.. _,_ JO" pow, d<>a't go on au".rlnCAt'a! II "
I.NNEH-.im. M "4.| by all drug
I Nice Big BANANAS lb. - .10
store.. (Adv.) ,

Fresh. stock of excellent typewriter -
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IMirKIJT( NO. 80S MO Application II (OPFlt'Itl."
who have tax: grievances to appear nearly one-half million dollars and .>r Clayton O. HtrUkland. Htnrke, Aa (' 11
Crawford Invites I before our Board at its next there Is a proponed increase of Pages From Our Past I Florida 1 for Certificate of Pub-1 T. Frank"ik "1.,1,,

Taxpayers To Appear regular session on August 4 or at about the same for 1947. It Is Ik Authorizing' Convenience the transportation and Nee."ally.of' Ally for PtCOOATy" / ..

our regular tax equalization and my purpose and intention to see passengers hotween Mtark and

On August 4thIn budget meeting about the 14th. that the mlllaga la brought down (Compile by DiHl
All meetings of our Board are sufficiently to take care of these 60 YEARS AGO Ison, as guests.In mate Prison }Farm over State "Guy let
statement Issued to the Nina
Telegraph a yesterday County Commissioned open to the public and you are Increases In assessments and to also (Taken from the July 18, 1887, Issue the way of ads, J, M. Alvarez Highway Htarke:! No. and 10. Raiford operation aervlna between M. KeuerlY K.'h'rh. i.r'ndoo',I'" \'I
welcome but Invited to lessen the actual tax paying sale 1 State ITlMon Farm to be 6843. Co
I to.: L. Crawford extended not only of the Starke Telegraph.) was In the middle of a eonducted ORDER
on Sundays OF
a cordial Invitation to all citizens come. burden upon the average taxpayer. There are all sorts of ways to percent off for the next 10 days DOCKET NO. 2223 MC Applicationof I RTATIINOTI,P:Pt'nLtCA''r!

who have tax grievances to appear "I have contended for tax reduction "Jn my equalization efforts Individuals mention the July heat and thin The ladles are Informed that Wallace James Carson, d-li-a : If Kell'rly .',.Oltln"APp I.

before the Board at the next' and was able to cut one and persons will not btI 'one came from the Lawtey Notes, "there Is no change whatever In Hrarke, for City Certificate Trannlt.of, Starke Public FlorIda Convenience "rt., Wllk.'b"r\\'h.u, exo< ,I

regular meeting on Monday, Au- mill off of last year's tax assess rewarded nor punished but all "Eating melons and bathing In the line of corsets. At present and Necessity author I.- August 26 r..qll1rod to 'p Co,,
gust 4. ment. It is my hope, through the treated alike and just. No envyor external and internal application there Is no indication of the waistline Inlf the transportation between Starke of pa and.- lid Court and 11i7! ,''s.IVhei, .".

co-operation of the other membersof prejudice will be shown In tax: Kingsley Lake, In 'other words the becoming smaller." xxriKern Klngxley- I.ake, Florida and between tiff seeks diver Brad! ,
statement Mr. Telegraph """
In a prepared the Board to make further re- assessments and no partiality will of water, are the chief diversions Btarke and the State Prlaon In shall! .! '
Crawford aid: Farm over mat Highway No. 18. Wlrnesurn "
1947. With decreasing ability of be shown In the matter." of the heated term." l\: ('met s'r (;<>IHI'. BHAHKOHU WITNESS the hand of the Executive ,) klYdl115
"At the July 14 meeting our ductlomt In taxes for the year Commissioner Crawford made It But the heat was not confinedto 4'el h'I'Y. FLOIIIUtl IV CHAN: Secretary of the Florida 14.11917Starkr Flnrld4l4'
Board reviewed and equalized In and decreas- that It la his hope and desire William"CERg. StallliiKH Plaintiff Railroad A Public Jtllltlea Commission '<.OFFlcfAt;
the taxpayers to pay plain Lawtey-"Last week we gazed at Tallahassee, Florida, this BEAU A.
one or two cases and I as a mem- Lei Aa Clerk of ai3 t!
May Helen mailing" n
VH. r
Income of the citizens of our upon his Invitation that any for the first time upon the bath 18th day of July, 1947. Each H "
ing 6807.UKI
fondant. Case No. Douglas
ber of the Board stand ready and F. H. BRADLEY, Oaln.1Il
that wise and all with tax griev- erectedby i i PI+B1.1CAT1ONt Atlys for Pit
' County; It Is appropriate persons houses which have been )KK OK i.
Executive ,
willing to hear any and all citizens I AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR It Secretary
and each
should will and assures
ances citizens on
buHlnena Judgement appear our most energetic
of our County who desire must be exercised by the Board taxpayer of an Impartial hearIng.: the north side of Crosby Lake 1 I Helen HTA1U..lungs whose residence le I IIRtTI': COIJIT nrPOHI JIRAD-
> FLORIDtp 1'\1
conaldr-rntlon In
connection |
with clo Mm. I>. M Richard I 4Hi( Randolph .
their tax of County Commissioners In tax tttreet, Napa, Callfurnla: t nrKiiv.Ruby
aaaeHsmenta. My policy I | Wilson Plaintiff vn W. C.
mat- required la appear
In equalization of taxes has been equalization and spending August You' Gel :In the above named Wilson Defendant Cane Nn. 5842.
II and spending must be In the meanwhile Starke hail anti/ ORDER OF PUBLICATIONANT
fair and Just on the property of ters. Taxes Court inline, wherein plalntlfHeekH
One Woman'sOpinion
a "crack" baseball club divorce Bradford County Telegraph
reduced. developed
all citizen of our County and appropriately shall publlHh thin Order In !STATE' OF FLORIDA to: W. C.
shall be /HO In the future. I "In 1946 the Tax Assessor increased and would soon be prepared to next four weekly InmieH.wltnena Wilson whose residence. I Ie un
the State." And Or- hand and official known.
"1 cordially Invite all citizens values In our County "challenge Real At Starke inv Florida, this July Yo... are required to appear on
I ange College at Starke was scheduled 18. 1941 August 14 1947, In the above named
to open Sept. 5 under the OFKlclAI: BEAT) A. J. Thomas. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I tah
eeeka divorce. Bradford County'
Clerk of laid Court
directorship of Principal O. P. All Lucille C. Conner, D. C.Klvera Telegraph shall publish this Order I
' i By Blllee ROSH Young: By & Anderson, Green Cove In next four weekly laauea.' I
If You Need A New Stove Florida. Attya. Witness my hand and offleislseal '
The editor wanted to know Spring -:for4t1'8 l9O'l'ieu at Starke Florida, this July
I'm sorry to have missed you "What Is the matter with those I 23, 1947. I s
WHY NOT CONSIDER folks last week but I waa sick inbed parties at Providence and Lake >: OP APPLICATION FOR As Clerk of said Court.
Butler who to write from TAX "KKINOTICK : H. O. Brown Starke, Fla
so I know you will excuseme. promised Id HEREBY: GIVEN.
for Plf. 7.2G. 8-15
'/ their respective sections?" that E. ,V. Hayes the holder of the Atty. _
A GAS STOVE? I wanted very much to tell eOn following certificate ha. filed said
about the big "dlnner.onth.grounds" .- certificate for a tax deed. to be iv cinrrrr coi-nr. BRADFORD
you the political s"cene, we are iHBUed thereon. The CertlflratiNumbere COI'NTY. FLOHIDAl CHAN.
at the Pine Level and Year of IxKUance, the CBHY.Jamea .
Baptist of
informed that Dr. Gasklns
description of the property, and Hubert Comba, Plaintiff, vi
Church Sunday before last Starke represented Brad ford the names In which It wan un.e..ied Ruby: Louise Combs, Defendant.:
d I are BA follOWS: Case No. 6839.ORDER .
a>t but maybe it's not too late even County In the State Senate. Sen- Certificate No. 58 Year of Is- OP PUBLICATION
ator McMurray of Jacksonville nuance June I. A. D. IB4S.D AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Gas Stoves offer no ..Hcrli>Uon of Property: STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ruby prlaaltfa.T
the leader of the
h Y *. now.They had the new .was recognized 8 lUVi ft of WH of BIk ISO Loiilne Combs, whose residence and arse" to (1aarny.rMIN' ,
just opened IIt
... ,..
Republican party in the State Sen- 2 1oJ.& N 215 ft of NW'4 of BIk address Is unknown. \ Mt,n.YUSe.alI
F smut, odor or smoke. church building that everyone Is ate, and as a correspondent stated I 2 8 of R 2 E& land E of name to You are required to appear on
mmislmm road Kx: N 110 ft Temple's Hub- August 22, 1947 In the above named
vo I so proud of, and altogether there he was a "red hot Republican i I>lv Sections 21 & 2i, Towrmhlp: I II t court and cause wherein plaintiff I
No burners, wicks or sae leader" who undertook to I youth, Range 22 Kant, containing 2 seeks divorce. Bradford County
was a crowd of about 600 to enjoy ,i acren more or le... Telegraph shall publish thus Order I
"a red hot Democratic Sen- Name In Which A8neB8ecl: Unknown
run In next four weekly leauea.Wltnem .
the big event. One man, 1 I Certificate No. 89 Year of I -
flues to replace.with ate." I my hand and official deal uiT1I.1 '1 stk
heard, came all the way from Huance June 1, A. D 1949.DeHLrlptlon at Starke, Florida, this 23rd of July,
As usual, the Telegraph did not of Proptrty: 1947.
New Orleans just to be there. Com at BR 'or of sn"i of 14W'44
stove.It lack its sober note of good ad-
a pas I & runV 028 ft for a pt of beg
Never had I seen so many proud vice, "Guide well the step of the thence run N 1AIS ft W 869 ft to
Rood l thence Southerly along R Hide
faces and good people. They had youthful as prevention Is better of Head to Has line thence E to .
Y than cure." pt "f beg Section 32, Townnhlp I 6
worked hard and practically built Mouth, Range 22 Fast, containing 2
has been is
proven that it cheaper to cook acre. more or teen.
the church themselves.
23 YERSGO Name In Which A.,t-BHorl: Unknown. r

and heat with gas than'other, fuels. Gas I "Preacher" Hall said he was .<, (Taken from me JUlY LL _zj:.. 1922: :" County All of of Bald Bradford property State being ot In Florida the

cooking is instant. You don't have to wait fort full of happiness he couldn't eat, Issue of the Bradford County Tele- Unless. euch certificate or certificate t

And food! graph.) I .
there was enougl Khali be redeemed according
the burner to get hot. Just turn it on and'itIS Starke was not without Its to law the property dencrjbeci
there to feed three times as man;y Judge In tuich certificate or certificate
HOT. Save time and money with gas. You know hibition troubles. County will tie old to the highest bidderat I
as I j
were present.
R. A. Green hail just sentenced, the Court Hotiee door on the
think the whole world would b e two men, named Brown and, firm Monday In the month of September '
I 1947, which" la the let day
r Come in and see our variety of stoves and hot better If everybody could gathei Green, for separate moonshine of-// of September this *4th 1047Hated day. of July 1947.OFFICIAL. .

together like that 1 ira fences. Said the Telegraph: .
every once ( SEAL) A..J. ThomaClerk "
water heaters. Don't forget our convenient seems that Brown and Green must of circuit Court of Bradford

+ credit plan. One-third down and up to 18 while. e be complementary colom. Both County Florida.s 7-23 4t 0.15Ne1e

suffered the same thirst and used .. ..
t months to pay the balance. A good many Starkeltes have I the same means of quenching It. T II K !KI.OIIIO II AII.- litho
supported their Red Sox: baseball l Both are similarly punished and lice) A p VOL Ie l'TILI'r16xt'ONMlasION Said

team faithfully ever-since they both were equally disgusted with NOTICE I Is hereby riven that the :

COME IN AND SEE US OR WRITE AND started playing on the new home what the court gave them. And Florida Railroad & Pnh'lcUtili-
ties Commission will hold public
field. I don't get to attend all both are equally hopeful of fairing hearings on the following matters !
WE WILL SEE YOU. the games, but the ball park is I better In the. Circuit Court. at 10:00: A. M.. Monday August 11 I. LJfearq IJaShdagrhe
at the Femlnole Hotel Jacksonville -
house I
i very near my can Florida at which time and
hear the cheers from, my yard. But prohibition was not the place you and all partleM 'Interested -
will be given an opportunity to
But although most of you have only news. A study conducted in be fully heard.
seen the Red Sox in action. I California traffic
Rosier Bros. revealed that
0. wonder how have had the
opportunity to many see the "Bradford was three 97 percent percent horse motor drawn.driven Compared and- W.C.T.U.. Get rid of blue Mondays, 'once and for all,

Nine", aa I call them. Nearly with today'a number of by joining: satisfied folk who bring their

,. Gas Co. every morning there's a group of automobiles, imagine how many IT PROMISES ESCAPE

eight boys and a girl gathered people must have walked in those FROM THE PASSING DAY laundry to us. Bundle your washday worries -

there on the field playing ball. days! OF DISAPPOINTMENT OR
: + 149 West Call Street It's aa much fun to watch them This tied In directly withStarke's SORROWI and enjoy yourself while we do the

aa it is to see the Red Sox in ac-
l P. 0.. Box: 268 Phone 182.W program of road construction But drudgery quickly, efficiently, and eco-
tion, and (with all due respect) Tax Assessor N. D: IT GIVES A STONEBOUNDCELL

sometimes they play almost as Wainwright and Engineer Neff IN THE PRISON OF nomically.

well. They shout and holler and had recently made a reconnais- ABIT.

I fuss In rtue Brooklyn Dodger ance of the route of a proposed We can be dogmatic about

style. highway across the County. this NO TOTAL ABSTAINERever
dL Yes, It doesn't cost a dime but became an ALCOHOLIC The WASHETERIAPhone

iw I It.'. a lot of fun to watch. But The Telegraph sadly announced .

after all, just the little things that the three old maple trees on Edwin Holt: Ifugbea .
that children do are sometimes far the north side of Call St. had Unfon HMeei New 181-W 321 Temple Ave.

more fun to see than the studied been removed.As .

performances of adults that de- for the history of the old

mand a high admission price.A maples the Telegraph said: "A
e .
tradition has It. that In 1836. one
lot of people, seeing the sign Fuller ran a lane from the railroad -

1I. In front of my house have mistaken track west through his field

I. the name "Clamor Manor"for and set out the maple trees. This InvestIn

"Glamour Manor" It will al- lane was called Call St.. after the .

s a ways remain a mystery to.me why town had been mapped. In the

anyone would think I'd have the days of dark streets these trees

1 nerve to name my humble abode 'were ornamented with daubs of

"Glamour Manor". Certainly there whitewash on their east sides to

la. no glamour here-but. plenty allow the douehty.cltizens after

of clamor from the time the first their nightly sojourns at the

small pair of eyes open in the saloons to find their way homeIn Permanent d dr1

morning until they close at night. the dark or if they fell by .
r Not that I'm complaining. Have ,
the wayside to find friendly shelter
li you ever spent much time In abll' under them."

*": cold house not warmed by S LovelinessSterling
Pur Toilet Goods
Counters. \
Mr the clamor of children's voices? As for Starke personals, we

Brrr! That's definitely not for me. see where twins John and Frank
Contain leading lines of toilet 1 Inman celebrated their eighth
many I have long had a piece of Information birthday anniversary with a party

to pass on to my readers for 39 guests. Dr. E. L. Biggsran silver gives enduring service, plus timeless beauty. The patterns
goods and perfumes. Ask our salesladies hoping all the while that none over to Lawtey for a day,
we.carry are created
of them will ever have to use it. and Mrs J. M. Mitchell had Misses by silversmiths whose craftsmanship has become tradi

I to show the items But It's a good thing to know- tional. For permanent silver
you many lowliness we invite to select favoritepattern
just In cat*. I you your
Two FFA Members
..," In St. Louis, Mo\, these Is an from our large stock of International.
in the following well-known lines: Institution known aa the Bernard,I Get.Forestry AwardJunior

Cancer Clinic. It was founded,

Yardley Lucien Lelong F; some years ago by a man who Forester certificates were Men's and Ladies BU OVA
.. & ELGIN WatchesIN
died of the dread disease and left presented to Harry Green and

Richard Hudnut Coty f; his entire fortune for the purpose Joseph Warren for successfully A WIDE PRICE RANGE
of building this clinic In order to

Lentheric Woodbury help other It..la not a charitable completing: the first year courseat

Institution but It never turns a- the annual forestry training Accessory
Evening In Paris way patients. If (you have the school held at Camp O'Leno State Fine Watch

money you can pay, bat If you I Park eight miles north of High Jewelry
i don't all you have to do Is to pay Repairing
your transportation there. The

Have you tried our prescription department I staff U made up entirely of men Green and Warren were among

for prompt and dependable service? Two : who have devoted their lives to,the 110 Future Farmers who com- Quality Has No Sub 8 tit ute"

I the study of cancer. pleted courses In tree Identification -
registered and graduated pharmacists on
This Is Information well worth use of forestry tools, forest "
duty. knowing and I have often wondered -
protection, farm forestry timber
why It is not more publicized.The ,
only reason! I know about It management law .enforcement GEM

is that I have an uncle who Is gum farming, and nursery praotlca. JEWELRY

KOCH DRUG STORESTARKE dying of cancer. He didn't learn I .

about the Bernard Clinic until I I The training camp was spon-
Just recently. When he finally!
j sored by the Florida Forest Service
FLA. cot there they just shook their 109 E. CALL ST. .
In cooperation with the State ,
heads and gave him a few

I months to live. more I Department of Education., I


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