Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 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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Bradford Teachers \Will Draw 57.59 : Andrews Case In HandsOf

Percent More In '47-48. Budget Shows..:;I II Jury Thursday P. M.

I Thanks to provisions of the

i widely-acclaimed new school bill
Itrrnetirans of the Vocational Agricultural Training.; Clan(I passed by the last session of the Roberts AnnouncesFor
Defendant's Wife Testified She
lured, ahote an. they! attended a rwent fit-Id drmi'>nxtratlon of II i FIoi Ida legislature Brad ford l Mayor's Job Special Election

Irmall "Cub" at the experimental farm of the International County teachers will receive an Believes Him Insane At I

Con In GalneBvlIte.n estimated 223701.00 In salaries I Time Of I
Id ShootingThe
In the plcture'are Doyle Conner pant state president of during the year 1947-48--an increase t s'J On Thief Issue

[vatwl. on tractor) and (left to right) Melvin Bryant J. C. of 57.S9 percent over the !

i). Starling Howard Brown J. S. Sapp Pitt New Home, 141948.00 total expended for fate of W. Rudolph Andrews, who fatally shot hid
H teacher salaries In 1946-47. Set For Tuesday brother-in-law Carlylo: Hitch, with a shotgun on June 14,
CarrMt. J. O. S.pp1 Uam Crosby Loon Starling and Cllt- I
| Instructor These figures came to light + kAw I was in the hands of an Alachua County jury yesterday
Currli .
here Tuesday as the School Board afternoon.
by trained personnel of the each
demonstration company Starkeltes will to polls
a met at 10 a. m. for a public go .
"He brother-in-law and friends Andrews
I the veteran trainees was given a chance to try his ability aster hearing on its proposed budgetfor next Tuesday, August 5, to register was my wo were ,
the new the approval or disapproval ofa testified when he took the witness stand Wednesday I
year Following morning in the Alachua County Circuit Court where the
hearing the budget was formally v special act passed by the last ,
t adopted by the Board and for session of the state legislature case ia being? tried. .. I

Down 'Duel In The Sun'Opens warded to the State Departmentof abolishing the office of chief of The defendant waR Bobbing visibly before Defense Attorney

Sox EngagementAt Education + police of Starke. Zach DouRlas finishedhis

Florida Under the new set-up, It Is #s Advocated. by members of the direct examination and I ho house, stating. that he would t I

Mateo 10-5 Soon estimated that the county will City Council the act abolishingthe was crying openly by the "kill anyone" who came out In the
office of chief Is described aa
"Duel In The Sun", one of the receive $243.16800 In state and "an economy measure" which time he left the stand. His yard.

most widely publicized motion federal funds during the year would save the city around $2,000a testimony was given in a Upon cross-examination by '

Starku Red Sox, playing pictures of all time, will be 1947-48, as compared with $157- year, In the opinion of Council low, halting voice that was Douglas, Bender said that An- E

st time under the leadernewly brought to the Florida Theater 000.00 received from these sour Chairman L. A Canova. hardly audible t the judgeor drews' eyes appeared glanay and
appointed Manager ces In 194847. The proportion of for that his expression wn "different
next Tuesday, Wednesday and the, jury and the most
Council state that
Solano., defeated San 1 ] spokesmen from his normal one".
f school revenue derived from .
Thursday for a special three-day part spoke only In monosyllablesas
the city can now be policed witha t
Sunday 10 to 8. I,engagement.A I county taxes and race track funds force of three regular patrolmen he answered, questions fired at According to earlier accounts of

ox pounded two San Mateo dramatic, technicolor saga will remain about the same estimated Instead of three patrolmenand him by the attorneys. the shooting;, given to Ibo Alachua
13 hits with Garland at only a slight Increase Jake P. Roberta, well-known Drank Gin anil, llrcr County sheriff Andrews became)
s for Panhandle ,
of the Texas duringthe a chief as is now the cast
the team with from $57,000 in 1948-47 to $59.- Starke automobile\ and appliance Andrews stated thAt h.. left incensed when his wife took their
pacing 1880's "Duel In the Sun"tells It IB stated that In the event the
'etiet for five trips to the 598 next year. dealer, announced yesterday' that home about 8:30 on the morning small not and wont across. the
a story of tremendous human office of chief Is abollstunl, one
|"clu, : inning. George Kenis budgeted items include: of Mayor In the City Election to a cold storage plant In WiiMo\ cause leer husband was whipping;
love and fear of the pioneers who designated! by the Council to receive -
of September 9. Roberts stated said he had the child. It Is then that Andrews -
Godwin shared the moundfor Transportation $20.317. On the way he one
11 1 settled the Old West are forcefully instructions from the Mayor
the Sox Kenis givinge brought out In this film Current expense, $33,804. that: he will make a formal announcement and council members. or two drinks of gin and several Is said to have made his)
at later ditto, I threats, reuniting In the fatal
all the San and debt beers."On.
hits and saga which rises to great dramatic Capital outlay ser The present Chief of Pollen A
of Bitch with ..410gtia'ge
scores in his six innings heights. vice, $33.804.Musical. Incumbent Mayor Chas. A. L. Alvarez will retire on a pension the way homo my head' shunting a

,Iwin giving up one hit In''' Jennifer Jones, Academy A- Darby who is completing his effective Sept. 30, after a started buzzlntf and felt like It shotgun.

cal three innings.: Kepis, ward winner who rose to screen fourth year in office, has announced quarter of a century on thu force wan going/ to blow off" hI testified Andrews' attorneys have batted

: his I second start on the fame In sensitive restrained ComedyAt that he will not be a candidate As originally drawn by the further stating that ho remembered their defense on a plea ot insanityat

for the Sox pitched effec- roles gives full vent to her dra- for re-election. Council the special act called for getting horn and goIng the time of the ..hootln"t

j although! his wildness), fill- matic talent In the powerful, termination of the office of chief ti> bed, but recalled nothing t

I bases with San Mateo men emotldnal role of Pearl Chavez USD TonightFinal Buck Jones Wants without referendum. However, else until he awoke In the Alachua Boards To Hear

IMth and sixth Innings. He half-breed Indian girl. Rep N. D. Wainwright .1,., (tat county jail about midnight of the

Ible to retire the sides in For the first time in his years showing Help In CleanupOf ed. that he was unwilling to pass same day The shooting took. 4 I

Instances before the op- of screen triumph, Gregory Peck of "Cornzapop- Mt. Sinai CemeteryA the measure through the llouno place about mid-afternoon.
pIn", a musical comedy featuringlocal Tax
; could score heavllyrBoth! plays the.villain, Lewt McCanles talent will be made In the without a referendum clause allowing The defendant's wife, a sister Complaints

3 were backed by good a lawless, hard-living roughriding call for a general cleaning voters to express thatwishes of Mrs. Hitch, widow of the slain .
U. S. O. building tonight (
i on the part of their team-' cow-puncher. ) at 8:13: o'clock. Sponsoredby .and beautIfication at Mount Sinai man, testified as a defense witness The Board of,County Commissioners I-4t 1
[ they committed only one near Graham was mad Tuesday afternoon stating,
; Joseph Cotton plays the up- American Legion Post No. 56, Cemetery wilt meetMondays: August
I when big Buddy Bishop right, Jla .rd-bred lawyer who the production had its first perromancerlast this week by Buck\ Jones who Youth. CaravanOf that In her opinion' tier husbandwas U at 10 ..'to. for. the fvjrpos* e of "
I to taa,,flrs( base; 1 ton 'ant .looks ;with disdain upon his brathet' hv the VI" i handed,.t.he.relegr'. : ;>h the follow intanw"at"the time of the hearing complaints from *own.... r tt fI' ,\

,.. -.f .;., wild,ways ertjl'vTe9 with' O.r : ,- night"> ** .** tnI"' written notice( : Methodist Church shootluc. She stated that' he had or .agent'of real estate or per ,

team was if" bear'- top him "foe the affection, of Miss I i "There have been many requests Arrives SaturdayA suffered an attack of typhus ;' sonal property the values of which t
Featured In the out are Doro- work the fever and that since that time his II
1 for the first in Jones for money to haft bean fixed by the county
Dolores Szymczak,
ref The dymanlc role of power-mad thy Crosby Mount: Sinai Cemetery two miles Methodist Youth Car.v.n' actions, while drinking were ab assessor of taxes and accepted by .
weeks and with the Violet Crosby, BobbIe -
Senator McCanles, lord of a cat- Btthop west of Graham. For years It has will arrive in SUirke Saturday normal even for, drunk man. the board. Taxpayers are invitedto

1 three (other'regulars the tle empire, la played brilliantlyby Cameron Crawford, Freddie Pat Wimberly McCrlff, I never been worked from fence to for a week of Intensive work and Jailor Testifies attend this meeting and register I

mild be set for their game the ,venerable Llonal Barry- DeWItt fence Listen -Just In short play with the young people of Prior to Andrew. taking the their complaints, If any

slay when they travel to more, while that renowned act- and Hugh Ingram. Johns, there's more honor In workingat the community. The following; stand Wednesday morning Ala. If the Board has time MondayIt
Chorus girls: Josephine
county to meet a strong ress of stage and screen Lillian Minnie Lou Hazen Marian Me- a cemetery than at an all-night courses have been announced: chua County Jailor, Ernie Norman will possibly resume consideration

CraBS city. The two Oish, portrays his bitterly unhappy Elizabeth Ceraldlne Jubilee."Be For Intermediates 12 to 14 testified that about 11 C) of its budget for the new fiscal \ -
Rae Cray ,
return to Starke the fol- wife. Stauffer, Florence McCulley. Betty It so, on Thursday, August years of age "Our Intermediate clock on the night of June 14.alhr year However, the usual

week in the return game. Herbert Marshall with a deep Sue Saxton, Thelma Ruth Barton, ((7, let's have dinner on the ground Fellowship"; Andrews had been broughtto "first Monday" rush of business I

Red Sax management and sense of understanding, plays the Vivian McRae, Idell Land rum, and [and an all-day working. If thereIs For Senior-Young People, 15- jail at 7 o'clock, the defendant will probably take up most of the

are deeply grateful to role of Pearl's father, an ex-aris Alice Lappe. a preacher who' wishes 23, "Youth Living for God"; called and asked hIm for a cig time and a later meeting will I

umber one fan and backer, tocrat who tries his ]luck at gam- Miss Charlotte Underhill I.planl.t Is td preach, come on. But bring For Adult Workers, Teachers arette."At. stated likely be set for final consideration -

W Lappe, local i baker bling in love and cards and fails and specialties Include your basket, too. And in short Counselors. Parents, "The Needs that time, Norman of the budget.
what the
ppe has been a constantr at both. Janet Anderson and Pat ;McGrltr: ] there will be no collection for of Youth". "Andrews On Tuesday August B, at 4
and when
of the club attending all foe ot evil I 'I Workers comprising the Caravan was for being drunk,
( The shouting SPlrlts'1 Garnlta Hutto and Gilbert New anything. jail killIng p. m. the city assessor of taxes
lines, transporting,.players I the "Smklller", is I. comb and Marcus Conner Raymond "These days are mad days for are: Mrs. J B. Dozier of I told him he was In will meet with the City Council .

ulpment In all Instances j j'rving I a master of the drama, Walter!| Taft, Edward Sullivan and the man-made eagle. Let's havea Arcadia a teacher of 20 years a man ha asked who? namedRltch for the purpose of hearing complaints -

as gate-keeper at all Huston. Tilly Losch, famed Vlen- |i Michael LaMont. real good day. I'll fix the table I experience with a background of "I told him a man and receiving testimony
I God
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and he said 'Oh my
as'Pearl's ,
games. 'nese dancer "goes primitive" The production.is under the and furnish Ice water. I'll be there Sunday School work and music; a* to the value of any property

Jn" Score: Indian mother. Harry direction of 1\1.... Ethel Fitzman- with a hoe, rake, etc. My cook! Harold Wm. Schmitt, a Junior at the jailor defense rec.lled.Fln.1 witness on the real or personal; aa fixed by the

I'Carey Otto Kruger and Charles rice who states that the musical will be working on the sick so the University of Texas and an morning wasDr. city assessor of taxes on hi*

Po... AB H R Bickford are among the strong has been produced in every state someone bring me a great big active worker In the Wesley; stand Wednesday assessment roll for the year 104T
Robert Campbell,
3b 5 1 0 supporting cast. In the union. yam and a piece of country ham. i Foundation: Miriam\ Carless, s a who was called to and for the purpose of perfecting,

If 4 0 2 Sunday and Monday the FlorIda The Legion's/ share of the receipts -Buck Jones student In the University of Pennsylvania examine psychiatrist Andrews last week lie receiving and equalising such

ifprt 6 2 1 will present "The Late George will be used for charitable School of Education and assessments.
that In his opinion Andrews
| 5 3 1 I[Apley", with Ronald Colman purposes. Heart Attack Fatal I vice-president Of the Methodist senior was Insane at the time of All persons owning property
lb 3 1 2 Peggy Cummins, and Edna Best. cabinet; Betty Mitchell, subject to assessment In the city

G c 5 o6 2 Based on the Pulitzer prin.win'ring Mine Music' To Retired Captain I at the University of North Carolina the shooting.Wednesday afternoon the state ere notified to appear at such
1 Evening Post 'Make ; and Amy Dean, a Junior at '
ss 5 0 Saturday Of Merchant MarineIrving rebuttal witnesses Dr. meeting to make complaints or
called two
| rf 3 2 0 stories, this film presents Colmanas Walt Disney FeatureAt I the University of Kentucky and W H. McCullough and Dr. 8. give testimony as to the value ot

2b 1 0 1 the staid Bostonian aristocratwho Park Next Week Taylor Young 42, retired' an office holder In the Wesley Bedell. Jacksonville psychiatrists any property real or personal, aa

2b 1 0 0 is catlpulted Into'the tattle captain In the Merchant Marine, Foundation. who.. both, testified that. In their fixed by the city assessor,
of the community
'. 1. 2b-p 1 0 0.j of his life when confronted with Opening/ the week's bill of film died Thursday, July 24, In Shady All young people of 12; opinion.- Andrew was sane at the The Council will then meet

-. the "unconventional" romanceof fare at the Park Theatre Sunday crest Hospital, Starke followinga between the ages time of the shooting.Trll again on Tuesday, Aug. 18, at 4
to participatein
39 13 10 his Impetuous daulh r. will be "Sma..h-Up", featuring heart attack suffered while nan and 23, are Invited b conducted of Threats p. m to bear complaints as to'
kteo at Hampton Lake. the activities to values fixed by the assessor and ,
Susan Hayward, Lee Bowman., outing During the Wednesday afternoon
PoeAB. H R Registration Marsha Hunt and Eddie Albert. I Mr. Young had Just recently her by the Caravan. session State's attorney T. accepted by the Council at Its

I J.. Ib 3 '1 1 City Latest March of Time and news retired from active duty with the E. Duncan placed five witnesseson Aug. S meeting.

>f c 4 1 1 New residents of the city have! complete the bill which will be I Merchant Marine and had planned Monteith Resigns the stand: Mr. and Mr., Dan

IM 2 1 0'' only one more week In which to I shown through Tuesday. I I to: make his home in Hampton Seat On Council Turner who accompanied the Agent Tells FarmersOf

S, 3b-p 5 0 0 register and become qualified to' Walt Disney's happy musical 'with his family. H. was born Bitch family to Earlton! the afternoon

f s. R. cfrs. 3 1 O! vote In the September City Elec comedy, "Make" Mine Music" will June 13. 1893: In Virginia.In Is D. A. Monteith ot Eustls this of the killing; Mrs. Bitch Favorable Deal e

| B. If 4 0 oJ 0. tlon. City Clerk Carl John reminds share honors on the Park's double addition to his widow Irving he week tendered his resignation asa who broke down on the stand and For Liming Farms

2b 2 0 1 newcomers that the books feature program next Tuesdayand survived by four children member of the City Council of left the courtroom In tears; Dr.
rf 2'0 1 : will close Saturday, August 9. Wednesday with "I Stole A T. Youna.; Jr. Walter and Statk effective September 30. 6:. A. Andrews, who treated Bitch County Agent T K. McClane

tl Pb 2 0 1, Million", co-starring George Raft Young, George V. Young In a letter addressed to 1.,. A.Canova at the Alachua County Hospital; yesterday Issued the folowlog ,
all of Hamp
Blumer Opens Cafe and Claire Trevor. Howard M. Young, chairman of the Council and Buddy Bender,who was with statement of Interest to farmers: ,

29 4 SPi > For Its weekend attraction Friday ton.Funeral held Saturday Monteith stated: "It Is with Andrew earlier In the afternoonand "LJm I I. a basic requirement 'I

: Q. C. (Pop) Blumer recently and Saturday August 8, 9, services In were the DeWitt C. sincere regret that I find It necessary who returned just before the I for all winter legume such aa I

021 201 100 10 13 1 returned to Starke and Is now the Park will present the double afternoon Rev. J. B. to Under herewith my resignation shooting. winter clover and In many case t
f:>o 100 022 000 5 42 operating his new restaurant feature: "She-Wolf of London" Jones Chapel with the was as a member of the City Bender testified that Andrews Is a stimulant to other crops
"The Maramar", at tie corner of with June Lockhart and "Okla Dixon officiating. and Council of the City of Stark effective had been drinking gin and be rand where the soil Is low in calciumor "

odiat Church Walnut and Madison Streets. Mr. homa Frontier" with Johnny Mack In Crosby Lake Cemetery members of the Sept. 3O, 1047 stated that when he returnedat magnesium. Many farmers

Blumer\ open "day and night"to Brown. Chapter 4 of "Phantom pall bearers were of Starke. "As you know I have purchased 3.3O that afternoon the defendant have been Interested for several

[ Ran: and Hunan' Needs" serve the public with good Empire" and a cartoon will complete Christian Church a I business In Custls, and must was standing In the roadholding years In liming their farms but
the a Bender said Andrews because of tabor, lack of equipment
tile topic of the sermon food. the program. apply my entire time to operation gun.
"day morning in the First I Farm Bureau of this bualnosn. I would told him not to com ..nyclo.er and other factor have be.n
state that 1 and also pointed the gun unable to do so. ,
.It Church. like to at this time
This being Tested
Shop TonightThe
\\.non: Sunday, the pastor Plans Beauty 100 Cows Meets sincerely enjoyed working with at Mrs. Rltch,who had come out i, "We are planning a cooperative
DiseaseCounty Council and of her house, carrying a nine- !purchase of liming materials to Include l
v W J, ChurchweU, an- Sarah Lawson, formerly For Bangs Bradford Farm Bureau each of you on the
t :%rl. of home months-old. baby In an effort tp spreading on the land at a
thai announce the people our
the text will be from Hart Beauty Salon will hold Its regular monthly serving '
14 with the Agent T. K. McCan quiet Andrew. figure most farmers can pay It
Man: she I'laiuto courthouse Friday city.
shall not live by that meeting at
doneevening )} yesterday Starke stated yesterday that around 100 A feature) ofth. Monteith' resignation means Mr. Bitch came out and toM! w* can secure sufficient volume r j ,
shop in at 8 o'clock.: I
open her own were, tested for,:nlgbt the at total cost should not exceed :
three head of cattle will be a color and that three Council seats will be Andrew. not to point gun I the
of service will be in within the next two will bo located Bangs disease in the county during [, program movie. "The Story otPhenothiazine voted on In the September 9 City his wife. As Bitch put his foot, IT.OO per ton. This would In 't'elud.

the Caravan that will weeks. The new shop Street between July while the services of sound which has been Election. In addition to Mon- on the step apparently to com' the coat of lime transportation t i I
-v tong the church: for the on Washington and Lawson's Dr. B. W Berer, of the Bureauof the commit- teith's un xplre4 term, the terms out of the door, Andrews shot and spreading.." i
ryone Is invited to have Doyle the Cleaner were offered arranged by program farmers Interested
Animal Husbandry movie deals with the development of Councilmen P. L. Bridges and him Bender stated. All are urged
"'"us." special( week of ser- market. to stockmen free of charge. t*. This and us of a new'orming Chairman: Canova will expire la la her testimony Mrs. Bitch told to see the County agent at

fur e *Ill be special study of Miami Bans disease is a malady whichcauses drug which has had September. B.th bav annourK- of trying to quiet AndMws. fine their earliest convenlenea.aawthe
each department and Mrs. Stella Andrews abortion and can be transmitted for stated that b* was drunk and contractor will be.avallab4eeanty'during ,.
>sop Susie Andrews of : cow's widespread us** iyihUat. ) ,Jewyears. d thatthey.will: fandidai.s
U visiting Mrs. and Mrs. C. W. to human beings by r letlon. had been threatening everyone- In Au ueLational
I Mr.
People win me-t< at Stark and milk.
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> r i '1 -- -- that we-messages' endeared them to all You IIr., -, -- \
: named for Fred McMillan, her of my fidgeting around; A 1''I."t
; for their hornet, C*}, ''il17| ( 1
left Monday ttlbJ
Telegraph be still They "h
father Do wonder that we were supposed to always Court and ."
Bradford County One Woman'sOpinion 'call her Skipper.you and hold our heads up when the and The pastorates of In the New Tabernacle York. "e..ka ecrap"dlvar Rhall''| PUI Nreufh" 1 hi...c"hI hi
heard the sponsors 'I.t
colors passed or we next tour bU,
ESTABLISHED 1877 E. MATTHEWS, OwNen-EDiTO It seems, however -II announce the regular services for Witneee W..kl my ) .'u",
l HOMEMADE!: ROLLSI national anthem. c ..t hen
f !thin week and that Doctors Lock- eal aterk t riche
Published Every Friday and Entered a* SWOIK have a wonderful recipe for to watch the public that 1847 (I'"
ht and Pettingill are booked fo\ (OFFICIAL
Clam. Matter at the Font Office at Starke Flo. hot rolls. They're easy to make; few families of service men know the yer coming winter season. All Clerk of SEAL.all I A I,T
ny BIHee ROM takes only an hour, and believe this, and practically none of the T. Frank Landrum ouri.
MEMBER"Hubwrlptlun 7 me. If your husband eats like this civilians. It Is a pity that as The public Is cordially! invitedto Att'R.. fur YIL Stark 1 1.11,,

/ 1947 It seem an apology la in, the ex-lumberjack of mine, you'd best Americans we fall to pay the due attend all services. ATHLETES

offing to the Starke Red Sox double the recipe. respect to these two things and FOOT f
,JM: Annually $I.IG For, 81* Months 3-4 hot milk 1 quick- to the men who have died that IV: CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORDrOIN'I'Y. HOW TO STOP
My sister, Jimmle, said I could cup ; pkg FLOHI )A| IN CHAN-
acting yeast; 1 egg; 2 1-2 cup Old Glory may wave and so that I'IRY. MAKE 5 MINUTE
criticize the city the politicians anthem. Mnhalla'Revel. Plaintiff, va. Carl Oat
national TR-OL
cool till CAN have a at ,
biscuit mix. Scald milk; we Revel Defendant. Cane No. 5534.Oh an
JUST CAUSE FOR PKIDE anything, but never the ball team. lukewarm. Dissolve yeast in luke- DBR OF PHML.IUAT1ON -rels. PUWLLIRFUL P1N! !pNra 11NQ
So If I stepped on anybody's toes, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR i. 1IIIIot!
warm milk stir in eggs/ add to At The TabernacleThe STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Mr. Carl ...,.l.to kiLL l,ek.Got
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The United States' proposal that.an eleven-nation preliminary I do sincerely offer my regrets. biscuit mix beat well but quickly I I Revel, whose residence and address e. au" are t.el.Tyy
$ peace conference meet in the near future to draft The first ball game I ever saw until ball of soft dough la Tabernacle congregationhas l U: Haute S, Mlllobora I r.: CANOVAFRIDAY Palg1t
F { a treaty for Japan is in itself an indication of the success wan the first home game the Red formed. Turn on lightly floured I k ---
achieved by our occupation policy in the Far East Manya Sox played After learning the board knead for 1-2 minute Roll enjoyed a return II I

vexing problem remains to be solved in Japan-but therewe whys and wherefores I really en- out into circle 1-8 In. thick. Cut by the Reverends Myers and
Joy them. At first I was a bit rolls. Georgia and their families Fri-
i*'* have come nearer than anywhere else to achieving what into desired shapes for
a) we set out,to do in the beginning. embarassed at my husband's, enthusiasm Place on greased baking sheet., day through Sunday. Their music
but now I can't hear added
of trumpet, violin and piano
' Let rise in warm moist place un-
{ When the Battleship Missouri entered Tokyo Bay to him for myself. Now I'd rathersee about 40 greatly to the enjoyment of the
til double in bulk or
become the stage. for the formal surrender, no one knew a ball game than-well, I minutes. Makes 18 rolls. services and their Bound scriptural
what lay ahead. The major Japanese cities had been ravag- just like ball games, and I especially average jc: lAt

ed by American air attack with the atomic bomb dealing the I like that slow sure way r hope rcuri the edi- JACKSONY til'SMOStPOWERFUL: '
final blow. The Japanese home armies were intact and it that Jake Keene has of pitching.He everyone |
torial In last week's about & SATURDAY
was feared that groups of soldiers might carryon underground not only plays ball, but also the national anthem. I know a 26

to, guerilla come. It warfare was thought against further the American that a deep forces hatred for Oh gives, I like you comedy them all on but the I think aide great many people don't know the 8 A P P' 8
years the comical side of life appealed I name and fewer still know the -. STARLINGSSTORE !
i' might have been bred in the masses of the Japanese people to everyone. I like comfort, and)words. But have you noticed how

toward America and that this might make reconstructionand that's Jake all over. And 10 to'few even respect It when they &
the eventual establishment.of an acceptable Japanese the Red Sox-to each and every hear it and recognize It? Being \\'f""' t1Z'A\t: \f"j"t 1'"'''''f.'I'r.;'' '{ 0./ E
/' I government impossible. It was forecast in some quarters player-my humblest apology I military-reared that was the first 7f ; ,;. GROCERY

I ?o that full-scale occupation of the Japanese islands might have But then too,' maybe the "Brad- thing I was,taught. 1 rememberwell N W;tlq,YOR' .

{ ( to be maintained for a generation or more. ford Nine" Is tomorrow's Red when I was taught to respect ,' '''' DilL. 600 E. 10th St. Last Store E. CaD
the colors. It was at an .ft:
'' The MacArthur policy in Japan would take volumes to Sox. Armistice Day parade. Daddywas I

tr describe in detail. Its basic principle has been education- In It and later when he got ; ClAHMTYORIAtIR No. 2 1.2
I read l not long of CanPEACHEi
r a
1 with firm kind of The first ago groupof COVI RAG I 4 lb. Ctn.
coupled a very justice. step was five women who had formed a home he told me he was ashamed Big
t D the elimination of the Japanese militarists from positions of club of a sort. When one of them

D ? influence. The war criminals were sought out, tried and was especially pressed for time

t itwy j ? punished. The enormous authority of the Emporerwhichis with a lot of work on hand all of BUILD .1 JEWELOnly

a religious force difficult to understand ,in an Occidental them pitched In and helped and ., In Heavy |
t country-was used to the utmost The Japanese people the first thing you knew it was Syrup

Ivere assured that the Americans were there to help them all done. They cared for eachother's TilE MODERN WAY I l .23Eacl
help themselves and that they had nothing to fear if they babies or did their shop [
ibeyed the rules. An extremely tight discipline was established ping, just wherever the need was.Wouldn't USECONCRETE
over the American military forces and it Was demanded It be easy and grandto BLOCKSMADE
know if you got sick or received No. 2 Can
that make themselves examples of
they worthy a
a telegram that some long IN OUR OWN PLANT
democratic nation.MacArthur STANDARD BRAND
lost relative was practically upon
\ has been criticized for many things but no you that all you had to do was READY-MIXED CONCRETE

one can doubt his purposes or his administrative ability.To send out an SOS and your work DELIVERED IN OUR TRUCKS LARGE TOMATOJUICfi

inculcate even the simplest democratic principles in the would be done In a jiffy? All It
would take would be a little elbow 28CPEPSICOLA
Japanese mind has been a task of extraordinary difficulty. ..
J Japan has always been a feudal country. The bulk of the grease and friendliness, and it Taint Hardware Roofing Lumber Cement Sand
would be a lot of fun, too, I'll .
tk people have never had anything to say about its government.
t ;4 Until 1853, when the U. S. flotilla under Commodore Perry bet. ANNIS I

J opened the door to trade, it had been almost completely secluded Today In. Skipper's birthday. SUPPLIES, Inc. Each ?/c
from Western influences. In late years the militarists
Her are big and brown and
eyes 1036 1018 W. MAIN ST., SOUTH
{ : t stamped the country with their sword-rattling propaganda when she Is telling you something 5c Each .30WE
+ : GAINESVILLE P. O. Box 6i
Phone 217-218:
' e for
4 i and did everything possible to sell the idea that Japan's they get just as big and she looksso Any Brand
i destiny wall domination of the world. astonished and surprised. I Saturday Afternoon For The Convenience of v

can hear her now singing, "Happy OPEN Our, Out of Town Customers.
I" In the face of all this the American occupation forces HAVE
have achieved a remarkable degree of success. It would be Birthday To Me." She always SNUFF3for.24

y't idiculous to assume that Japan is now completely preparedfor 'does sing it that way. I wish
someone to
me how
self-government. She will have to be guided in one way teach children that your birthday I

' or another.for a long time to come. But a growing measureof la not a cake but a date on the Let Us Install You A MODERN BATHROOM DAY ,
democratic knowledge and feeling is being built up and calendar. My children's birthdayto ,

special sirens has beenlplaced| on democratic education in the them means one thing-a cake. 'Or Remodel and Modernize Your Present One .
Bchoola. Work la,now being done to revitalize Japanese in- Skipper is the show of our
dustry and trade and the campaign against the black market family, she's always good for a No. 2 Can

-scourge of Japan as it is of all the defeated nations-has bit of fun, She's such a robust
little When she born
y been intensified.It thing. was

is notable that MacArthur has had a free hand in her the mimes"Little at Tarean"the hospital and called she PAY. NO DOWNPAYMENT TomatoesONLY

' ''e.Zy' Japan and in that, he has had a tremendous advantage over could still hold the title well. The

the occupation chiefs in Europe. Russian influence has been most trouble I have with her la :14c
Cr4 her habit of bringing one of theConway'
generally confined to her section of Jorea-and there as black kittens over all

usual she has established an iron curtain. In the main islands the time. I'm allergic to black CALL 141 OR SEE US AT 335 TEMPLE: AVENUE
61"- Russia has had little to say as to policy, and Mac- cats. We have a good variety of nice, fresh produce

l" Arthur has brooked no obstructionist tactics. There are Shull Plumbing & Heating and it will be sold at a very chew
communist elements among the Japanese people but they Nurse! Ingram at the hospitalsaid
T seem, to he very much in the minority. Japan, under American to Jimmie the other day that I price. Thank you,
rule,'has come a long long way in two years and this she wished I would explain the STARKE, FLA. I Joe S. & Volley Starlin
country has every reason for pride in that accomplishment. ages of my children. So for her I
'I 4 4i fI- and everyone else who might be .

confused, there Is Gary, seven
and a half; John (he has. dimples)
Is six; and Judy was four in early
summer. She's beginning to realIze -
that she Is our only girl and

the baby, despite our efforts to
keep from spoiling her. My efforts -
rather. Fred doenn't even
try. A lot of people have been -s -_
surprised to find out that she
Is his stepdaughter because their
You I
blonde hair makes them look so trust
much alike and their devotion Is.

very plain to see. Anyone couldsee
she's his pet and she never $ I
leaves him if she can help It. She .. -M,
fusses at me for an hour If he its j
I'orgets to kiss her goodbye in the Quality

morning. Wee Skipper Isn't ours
R. B. Alvarez & Son at all. She belongs to Jimmie and
they have lived with ua ever since I IO

Skipper was a month old. but we
can't tell much difference. She
Transfer & Storage Co. calls me mama and Fred daddy

and hold a place In our heart
right along with the rest. Her
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. has returned home after -_.

a few daya with Miss Ruth spending Sibleyof !Pages From Our Past .. e e . w seal I at Btarko, Florida, thu July A. Clerk of said Court

Theressa. 13. un.O..ICIAL. tf. O. Brown Stark, Fla. I
heressa BrookerBy ( SEAL A..J. rnoniM.A Atty. for Plf. ".aI 41 -sa.
Mrs. Delaney Dickinson I
Mae was in i
1 E\'a (Compiled by Buddy Davis) Mr*. T. W.
. . Gainesville on business Mondayof SO YEARS AGO United States Army will dwindleto e .. .. Markey.. eMrs. RALPH CREWS
Sibley has returned' last week.S. (From the July 30, 1887. issue of, 123,000: by August 1, r

E,pt after spending aIli few.relatives. E. Trleat has returned to the The Starke Telegraph). INtrnonaJst C. A. Crosby with Mr. And His
I Lake Something new in advertisements Paul Canova. Sr.. and family re- and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and two Bradford Hillbilly
Horne of HamptonITICE the hospital after spending -"Detroit. Mich., la noted' turned home after spending several children are spending: two weeks' .
lartha I his wife, for Its healthy handsome ladles. weeks at Klna- ley Lake.A vacation in Miami with relative
Mr S.
E. Trlest and family. which the leading physicians and son was born to :Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Long; of Mon.. Wed., Nights at the NITE OWL I

Mlsa Mary Allen of Brookerwas druggests there attribute to the L. B. Moseley, of Ralford last Columbus. Ga., are here visiting Tues., Thurs., RED' PLACEFri.
the weekend guest of Mr. general user and popularity of Sunday his parents Mr.
July 23. Mrs. Moseley and Mrs. E. C. .. Sat. PADGETTS PLACE
and Mra. Thomas Trlest.Mra. Dr. Harter's Iron .
Tonic. As for la the daughter of J. C. Long.J.
THE Thelma MUllken and chil- local bu lne8ll. Andrews and Alvarez of Starke.J. K. Douglas made business .

Salon dren of Ocala, were visiting her advertise a livery stable, W. Andrews, Sr.. left a few trip by plane to Duluth, Minn. Round &
t Beauty parents.Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sul- while "Frazer axle grease Is the days ago for a trip to the great last week. Square Dancing

Begin Closing Each livan. recently.. i best in the world." west. He will take In Hot Joe Weathington of Gainesville I
Geo. Gardiner and B.
at 12:00 JJoon H. Jones Springs, Ark.. E) Paso, Texas spent the weekend here with Mr.
W have been ill, but the
Protect Your Telegraph and points of Interest in California and Mrs Mel Vickery and Mr.
[til Further Notice UpholsteryWith hopes "soon to see them on the and Mrs. Earl Green. e Bicycles Bicycle Repairs1
STARTING Good Durable 'streets again." Comer L. Peek attorney -
and notary has just bought Mrs. C. F. Sayela. of Miami Is Paul Stewart of Jacksonvillespent and Accessories I

sday, Aug. 7th SEAT 'and cleaned up property in the visiting at the home of her par- Saturday here with his
COVERSTAILORED ents. Col. and Mrs. C. L." PAOU parents Mr. and Mrs. E. T Stewart FISHING TACKLE
city.Fashion The Telegraph closed lth.hs! .
note* Metal ribbon Is LAWN MOWERS
TO used for sashes with more or lees twist in the news-"A Newarkman Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown were
bizarre effect. While went home with a white car- visiting Mr, and Mra. TRICYCLES:
"some Artford
I. -
t 7fl' { FIT YOUR charming costumes are made from nation wreath 'to my beloved wife Brown In Gainesville Sunday afternoon WIIKEL: (;JOODS.. MODEL
;';.::::, INDIVIDUALAUTOMOBILE I bandana silks this season. Col- from her loving husband; and DUPLICATE PLANESTOYS & GAMES:
then tried to kill her with KEYS MADE:
DY. Drt r ored silk lace la used in the trim- a !or. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas
ming." hatchet spent Tuesday in 105 West CaJl.StreetSTARKE.
Jacksonville. BIGGS & BAKER

t-- In Colors To Suit Commented the Telegraph"Inthe . . . Harry Edwards returned home FLA.
matter of speed there la a Friday after spending sometime
\ Your Taste great similarity between a flash State in Tennessee with hla aunt. I
of lightning and a bit of unfounded Farm Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Roberta H

STARKESEAT gossip." By Mrs. Bryan UMtfleM of Starke were visiting Mr. and I
25: YEARS AGO e .a Sees. Mrs. Ed Polk Sunday. Yvonne
COVER CO. r[ ..-,
(From the July 28, 1922 Issue of Polk returned home with them
Court & Madison Sts. The Bradford County Telegraph).; Mrs. L. F. Chapman Mrs P. D. for a few days' visit. F.. .

Starke mourned the death of, Fancher and Mrs. M. K.: Griner, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescott of -a ,ti..
Mrs. C. P. Ray, who died July Sr., were luncheon gue ts of Mrs.J. Starke spent last week with hla
20. Mrs. Ray was formerly from' Q. Godwin at her Kingsley mother, Mrs. Dosha Prescott. _//i

Kentucky whre General Washington Lake home Friday. Mr.' and Mrs Reecy Holden of ; \, I
DO YOU granted 2,000 acres of land Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen Santa Fe were dinner guests of w 1 1

EXPERTChas. to one of her ancestors for distinguished visited Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Raul- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Fowler Sun
PROPERTY? service in the Revo- erson In Okeechobee and Mr. and day.

lutionary War. Mrs. Ray had Mrs Ray B. Raulerson In Canal Mrs! Ruby Britt and granddaughter !-
four children Mrs. J. W. White Point this week. Jean of Ocala. Mrs.
Lou' need Windstorm and' Misses Olive and Amelia Ray Mr. and Mra. P. S. Crews returned -:Ethel Ellerbee of St. Andrew, '
of Starke and Mr. L. C. Ray of Friday from Auburndale Mrs. Marie :McDavld and children
ce. Cost is low. We'llestimate Dune
+w White was killed In World their vacation with relatives" and, I'yal. were visiting Mr and Mrs.

e War I. The deceased was interred friends. They were accompaniedhome H. B. Stokes Wednesday afternoon -
at Crosby cemetery; the active by their son, Spender, who .
pallbearers .were Messrs. O. W. had made an extended stay with Mrs. Rosa Hnholtiter

rley E. Johns SERVICE Alderman E. S. Matthews, F. A. Auburndale relatives and by Mlas last week In Gainesville with spent Mr. '- -"... "' ,.'1t, w.

Scott, J. F. Colley, J. M. Mitchell, Elizabeth Pringle of Auburndalo and Mrs. Ovid Gano. en..... _.' .j; -, ,
C. and J. H Ritch. who was their guest thla past ---- y
U STARKE, FLA. The Telegraph urged the establishment week. Elton
Brannen of Lake
''' .. ShepherdAt of "aeroplane" service Miss Mary Jo Caldwell returned, Mm. W O. Slrlngfellow City. DO YOU REALLY THINK

"S' ". for S arke. The recommended to New Orleans,'La., Friday. She Miss! Melba Stringfellow were and THIS IS SAVING MONEYYou

....... Gay's Service Station site for the air field was "just will be In the Marine Hospital guests of Mrs J. M. Brownlee
west and northwest of the school- there for the cadet period of her
"g THE TRAVELERS. Hartford nurses and Mrs. Earl Johnson at Kings- any you do your own washing; In
house. training.Mrs. ley Lake during the week order to Have money Hut do nave?
you ,
C. A. Knight, supervisor of Vance Geiger of Jacksonville Mr.
registration, Informed the public was the guest of Mr. and, last and Mrs L. burden spent Just add up the cost-the tump! I the !KIM, 14 '
that the registration books wouldbe Mrs. J. M. Bradley from Tuesday Jacksonville with relatives in the other supplier the equipment; you: { k

B & M Drive In open. until Thursday of last week. need ye*, and the! work and el fort- 7

"J. C. Grlffls trusty Ford would Carolyn Bradley returned, to I'll' ("iiiciir ('''lll'l' "i* until.Ruhy the tiredneHH and bnrkache. 'l'he sensible : \

ail l''' not turn along Walnut St., the Jacksonville with Mrs. Geiger and tit PLRIt f'l'ing' I'111'1' 1"1"tl 1"11 practical way to wave in to bring your
d Curb Service Only other day. He turned the wheel visited relatives until Friday. Wllnoii, dnlnltrr. v.. W. C. laundry to u*. Try It and Nee for yourself.
e right the car went left climbed Bradley Geiger of Jacksonville, Wilson i livfcnilmit. Cam.. No. 6842. "
Bar-B-Q Sandwiches thecurb opposite J. M..Alvaree'sesldence came home with Carolyn and !* NOT1CEITnLI.'PP/Alt; "I
) and butted against an I visited Mr. and Mrs. STATE OP' Kl.dHIDA to; W. ('.
d Southern Fried Chicken Bradley and Wllnon, whose ruNlilnmm' I In un-
oak tree. Mr. Grlffls left the cain r family for the remainder of the ,known.Yoijk. The WASHETERIA i
& Soft Drinks and walked home:" weekend. are r"'lulr.t to npimiip" on
.. disgust Auffuat ID, 10<7, In the uliiivo numvil
The Telegraph reports that The Junior group of boys and Court and ciluno, wh<*r"ln plaintiff'
I Phone )118-W) :321 Ave.
". OPEN FROM 10 A. M. 2 P. M. Florida ranked first in the pro girls of the Farm enjoyed a wel- Tvl n *tk"wraph divorce nliHll publlnh Hriiflfnrcl thin County Order -

State Highway 200 4 Blocks South of Call St. duction of naval stores for the I ncr roast at the home of Mr. and In next WltnoK four my weekly hand(IKHIIHK'and: nfflolitl I
Mra. John
1920-21 season and that the Walker Frldav nla-htl
En route from South Carolina -

to their home in Houston Texas
i Mr. and Mrs Nat Breedlove and
family were guests of Dr. and '4

Mra. J. W. Murray, Jr., from .F.Goodrich{ Tires ) i;

Monday until Friday of,,last week .
During that time Dr. and Mrs, '' ,
Murray and their visitors enjoyed C Now a f LESS than ie I

outings at nearby beaches
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Young and,
You MAY HAVE Mra. T. T. Flllyaw sp'JHt Sunday f PREWAR PRICES!

jyfitti\ 'lreln ivea in Lake BuUer. ,
Mra, Flllyaw remained In Lake 01 .

Butler for a longer visit with her $
BEEN ( @ @) son and his family .
Mrs. P. S. Denmark of
( .5 was a Farm visitor Sunday Starke having Looking for a postwar tire that rally tires travel farther. ((1)) A wider '
t.iresl Then flatter huskier tread more rubber !
dinner at noon with Mr. and outwear prewar cat puts
LAST W1NTER1., 'S Mra. P. S. Crews and supper with your eyes on the new B.Goodrich on the road greater contact that
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Chambers. Silvertown that' been proved and mean let wear at any roe point

During the day Mr. and Mra approved in million more mile of longer mileage and more fare
Crews, Mrs. Denmark and A. L. service than ether tire. footednew. (2): ) More and stronger
Crews Sr., visited Mra. Belle any. postwar cord take more) strain from road'

Johns at Long Bridge. Of court, there are reason these shock and resist blowout better.

/ Muss Melba Stringfellow I I. 1

spending two week with Miss. /a OurWlA" ;
June Hall at Hall Lake.
Mrs. Nelle Beavers left Thurs '

day to visit relatives In Raleigh, PREWAR "RES I'
ST. C., her girlhood home. Until

her departure Mra.' Beaver's had '

been the guest of Mr. end Mra.W. 4 But foe bttt *+urt 1 i. today'g
N North for some weeks Inact
low price-lower. ,
Mia Mildred Williams of Ring.
than with Dig
gold, Ga, was the guest of Rev,. prewar
Trade-in Allowance for the
halk.Hlri" and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd from 4 '
.. "r alt unused mileage In
Wednesday until Sunday of last : your
week. present tire*.

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis and
g.... I Ivory" l.r.OoooVfcfc Tire CoirHo iota
children Joyce and Clifton spent i 1i
the past week with Mr. and. Mra.
But You Needn't Be Any Lyle Noland In Orlando and with I "E///"
( //
? *:*
Mr. and Mrs. J B. Strickland in ( wnl number .Is ....ranted to
Gainesville. During their stay in [ be fro* from deeds in worfcmsniWp -
Orlando Mr. Davis enjoyed the and aucorlol without"
More TUf new I*""* *tttl, !*. bert sad'"". "' ".,. thrilling: experience of fishing limit aa to time+ or mileage." I '

.l eompfewd from an airplane Ills relatedcatch" 1440 '
heal 110_B-eJ oo fWdy>
to your
vied with the proverlal/
,tle..nli.e.astd.arprt.lsglylow taw Ifs rnrfoMAMOWOJM
M rer.d>tko tIBdnrJ one.Mr. ,
and Mrs Jack Freeman
eort ol od fcoow .beating m hoJ, loud b.M moved during the past week to 1.50 DOWN I

their new home, Commerce Okla- 1.25 A WEIK '
Denerlbra* sJ....e d. Improved, pest
FforUfc I
for loma. s>..nel.........!.

war..tIUtion ...1.... ..' Mr. and, Mrs Joe Wilson of Wlvortowa w (_Cor

, Starke were Sunday visitors of
the lima to set. for Ives. .
:is gee
I wmmet Right BOW Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Strinifellow.)

, I r Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Murray. Jr.,
warmth aft' wlalrt.in
drpeaiUbb and children were in Valdoata. FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY
tin a cm OffiCial ,
ml Ga., Saturday and Sunday to at-
tea THIS COVP1lN Till! tend a family re-union arrangedIn 144 W.:Call St. Phone 26 Guy Andrews Owner '
....----....---....------------------- honor of the birthday of Dr. ,

.. Murray's grandmother. Mra. S.
rurid.r -* tM
I ll it 6 11 ((3Plll .-.....- ....-.......l.....-........ H. Wilson.Visitor.. .of Mr. and Mrs. Dave

i ......_--...fa'n-tae 110 rIM.YY .- I Thornton during the past week BF Goodrich

i __ I'I i were Mr. and Mrs Clave Brannen

.... and two children and :Mra. Emory
"* CVT"TAIMME rom ALL Tint rater fMM J AM. ,Townsend and baby. Tucker, of FIRST IN RUBBER r1c

11.,_?O..aw I.- CUT ____ Lake Butler and :Mr. and :Mr*.
Tw lmiy Aam.s-dI$ t___. ..------

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.; "JJflj SOCIETY and CLUBS 1 Miss Gloria ,Ailee Buford Weds Walter King Miss Davis., Mr.,Smith gust Church.2 In the St. Mark's Episcopal WCTU Meeting Ii

: ,
1s.( r"i? C In Beautiful Ceremony Saturday Evening Are ComplimentedAt The guests enjoyed swimmingin The regular

.,. Dinner Parties the lake and afterwards Mrs. C.T.U. wall held meeting or

Lingerie Shower Adklna served a delicious supperon at Friday uG
Wedding Party the home of th,
the pier.
Miss Ids Iou Davis and
Is Entertained For Miss BufordThe Foster Smith, Jr., were honored Those who were present at this W.the N.business Johnson, Who P'eld! ,

V : Monday evening: at a delightful occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. A. :Z session t DII'O'
Members of1 the Buford-Ktng P. M. Barefoot home on were conducted !
/Z buffet supper given by Miss Betty Adkina, Miss Idalou Davis. Leon- by lira
wedding party were entertainedlast West Tenth Street the setting .: White and Mm J
i was McRae at her home In McIntosh ard F. Smith, Jr., Miss Marjorie J T QUieter
at a delightful ing the
Friday evening of one of the outstanding The of the home Davis, H. O. Davis, Jr., Miss Vir- Social hour the
Mr. living room h
buffet supper given social affairs of the week when [ a decorated with a ginia Sewell, Steve Weldon, Jr,, served refreshment ,10
waa beautifully th
Mrs. R. C. parents members
' and Mrs. Barefoot and her present,
kf daughter of smilax over A. Z. Adklns, Jr., and Miss Jean
lovely arrangement
of the bride-elect, immediately I
Mlas Sara Farefoot,
1-4 the mantle. The serving table Irwin
following the wedding rehearsal Thursday afternoon, July 17, lace Jr. Club To
A color scheme of yellow and was covered with a white MeetThe
from four to abc at lingerie
carried out effectivelyin a cloth and a center piece of white Mrs. W. B. Sewell and Miss:
white was
shower! in honor of Miss Gloria and Virginia Sewell were hostesses regular
with a miniature bride
decorating the living room and roses
Buford. Tuesday night at a delightful dinner Junior Woman's Club VI
g loom for this occasion groom.
; i lie r dining dec- Thursday night AugJ
ti The home was tastefully party honoring Miss Idalou ,
55 lr The dining table was overlaid The guests were seated at IndIvIdually ,
a orated for this occasion with Davis and Leonard F. SmithJr.and 8 o'clock In the Club
, ; k ,; with an exquisite lace cloth and set tables covered with BuJ1d
if summer flowers, vanes and bas members of their wedding Hostesses will be
was centered with an artistic arrangement white linen cloths. Sin I
r of yellow and white kets being placed at vantage party. Jones, chairman. MN j R.

blossoms, marigolds and Shasta points throughout the living The honor guests were present their The living room of the SeweD wrlght, and Miss VlrKinla \
ed with a piece of sliver from
T h The room and dining room. home was decorated with fin S daisies predominating. centerpiece chosen in remembranceof tern.
C was flanked by lighted. Mrs L. O. Hazen greeted the the occasion. of gladioli. The dining table was I- Present with

s yellow tapers In silver holders guests at the door and Introducedthe covered with a white linen cloth, honor the hoiteMh,
Assisting 'Mr. and Mrs. BufordIn receiving line composed of Those who were present to en- and centered with an arrangement guests were Min j

qta caring for their guests was Mra. Barefoot, Miss Barefoot, Miss Joy the affair with the hostess of marigolds. Candelabra Powell' of Miami, Miss Belt)

Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Buford and Mrs. R. C. Buford, and honor guests were: Mr. and containing lighted tapers were Rae of McIntosh, Mist Ca'

The bride and bridegroom-elect mother of the brideelect.Mrs. Mrs. C. A. McRae Miss Cecile placed at each end of the table, Nollman, Miss Marjorie per,
McRae Andre McRae, Richard O. Davis Jr., Steve A.
a with and silver' held Wddr
r r presented their attendants A. E McKinney compotes colored
McRae James Sewcll.
McRae, Eleanor Patty
personal gifts on this occasion the guests into the dining room. rel mlnta.
?) y Those enjoying the evening with The dining table was overlaid McRae, Miss Evelyn Stump, Miss The hostesses'
gift to :Miss
Fresh stock
Marjorie Davis, H. G. Davis, Jr., of fOS-UI'III'
Mr. and Mrs. Buford were mem- with an Imported lace cloth, the Davis and Mr. Smith
was a pieceof writer
.*> ribbons
Steve Weldon, Jr., Darby Peek, at THE I
bers of the wedding party: Miss center floral arrangement beinga ,: silver from their chosen pat- GRAPII.
Mr. Mrs Davis.
S i Walter and rind R. J.
Gloria Buford, bride-elect large bowl of orange and yellow t

King, bridegroom-elect, Miss Dorothy '- marigolds flanked by yellow .
Ernest of Jacksonville, Harold tapers In antique Iridescent candle The attractive Kingsley Lake

A. Johnson, Steve Weldon Jr., holders. On one end of the table home of Judge and Mrs. A. Z. A*

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight, :Mr the punch bowl was placed where tins wall the scene Thursday evenIng If You Need A Stove
of last week of
8 and :Mrs R. F. Demorent, the Mrs. P. E. Canova served punch. a delightful

,lyi yi 1. 1'' Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines, Mr. The hostesses. were assisted In swimming party and supper hon-

and Mrs. L." A. Canova, Mrs E. serving refreshments by Mrs. T. oring Miss Idalou Davis and Why Not Buy A

s.4 L. Biggs, Mrs. Letle Stilley, :Mr. B. Harding, Mrs. S. E. Sparks, Leonard Foster Smith, Jr., whose

and Mrs. W. D. King Miss Kathryn Mr Lloyd J..Green. Mrs. A. B. marriage will be an event of Au-

King and Mrs. Coleman McKInney and Mrs. H. L. Hough.

King of St. Petersburg, and Mrs.I Favors were bookmarks in bridal GAS r STd

} Catharine Kinlaw Smith of Jack- design with the names "Gloria Mrs. Walter Murphy King DAIEIIC I

sonville. and Walter" Written thereon. I '
The marriage of Miss Gloria the Woman's Club, which was STARKE FL': Gas stoves offer It hUH her

Allee Buford, daughter of Mr. and attended by a host of friends. no smut, odor or mml dm) proven Urooking

Mrs. Raymond Calvin Buford of The lounge and auditoriumwere smoke. With i ulth p
latin. Mon. Tiles.
No Excuse Now Starke, and Walter Murphy King, artistically decorated with a Aug. 345SMASHUP a gas stove you is iheaprr I ibthiT

also of Starke, son of Mr. and profusion of gladioli, asters, mag- I I don't have to rr ws I > fut-K.. Oi

FOR BEING PESTERED WITH Mr William Dallas King of St. nolia leaves and palms replace. burners, [cooking attant.
r Petersburg, was solemnized in No
t j Mrs. G. L. Patten and Mrs E. wicks or flues. eee+ giaa e m
beautiful Saturday Susan Hayward, Lee Bowman ng for bom
ceremony L. Matthews greeted guests at
kt S evening at seven o'clock in the the door' and presented them to Marxha Hunt, ;o get. hot.

Ants First Baptist Church. The Rev.L. Ed.llelbtri
the receiving line which was composed -
D. Haines officiated at the' Latest March of Time
M .!) of Mrs. Buford, Mrs. King, And .
Roaches double ring In the NewsWed.
r of numerous friends and presence rel the bride and bridegroom and Come In And See Our Variety of

Mosquitoes atives. their attendants. Thurs.' ....u/C./ 8 1 '

Serving punch during the even- DOUBLE FEATURE:
The church was decorated with STOVESAND
1in Ing were Mrs. H. C. Brown, Mrs
Flies large baskets of white gladioliand
0i Eugene Long, and Miss Kathryn
\ asters against a backgroundof King of St. Petersburg, sister of HOT WATER HEATERS
palms and other native MUSIC
ery. Quantities of lighted green-white I the bridegroom. The punch bowls 89 50 Ready For Immediate 245

iJ i Just Use A Bug Bomb tapers In seven-branched candel- 'were placed on tables overlaid Walt Disney's. happy comedy t Delivery I
with white linen cloths and decorated musical
abra cast a soft glow over the '
with fern and florets.
d AND WATCH DISAPPEAR setting. The .family which
pews I The bride's table placed against We are expecting mixed carload of Stoves
marked with
were white blossoms
d p .. and fern'...and"Ugbted with white a, background of magnolia leaves I STOLE the, last of. this week. We will have Magic

... tapers, formed a beautiful aisle and,a,palms, was overlaid with a Chefs, Hardwlcks, Tapp r .Dixies and man?"
I Ir4J
linen embroidered cloth and A MILLIONGeorge
through which the bridal others. Also a variety of apartment site
s Our stock of DJD.T.. and party
spray spray centered with the threetieredbrlde'll
passed. Raft. ClaireTrevor ranges. We also have fire logs for your fire.
cake. The cake, decorated Henry Armed
guns is large. We have what your A program of nuptial music place.
with showers of lilies of the valley
was rendered by Mra. L. A. Can- Also News
f need to rid your premises of pests. was outlined with fern Interspersed -
church and Fri. Sat.
ova organist, Mrs. Aug. 8-9
E. L. soloist with miniature pink tulle DOUBLE Use Our Convenient Credit Plan -
*4it Biggs, sang "Sweetest -bows and florets Pink tapers in FEATURESHEWOLF
Story Ever Told" (Stults) and silver candelabra balanced the One-third down and up to 18 monthsto
"I Love You Truly" (Bond)."TheLord's
We now have plenty of Pocket Knives central piece. Cutting the bride'scake
Prayer" was sung by Mrs. pay balance
were Mrs. R. F. Demoresl
at the conclusion of Of LondonJune
Biggs the
and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr.
Ji Alarm Clocks
a Flashlights Pocket
first prayer during the Impressive Lockhart Don
Miss Hazel Fields had chargeof
ceremony. The traditional wed- Porter, Sara laden BUTANE & PROPANE GAS IN BOTTLES
Watches, Kodak Films, Facial Tissues ding marches were used for the the bride's book. Those assisting And -
processional and recessional. In serving and entertainingwere

l a "J Harold A. Johnson served as Mrs George Flynn, :Mrs. J. OKLAHOMAFRONTIER
: e W. Andrews, Mrs W, E. Middle-
best for the I
man bridegroom and
Try our Prescription Department for'Prompt, acting ushers ton, Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. Mor-
as were StephenA.
'..4 Dependable Service. Two Registered and Weldon, Jr., and Olin W. White, gan Darby, Mrs. C. H. Naaworthy, ROSIER BROS. GAS CO.
Jr. Urs. P. L. Bridges, Mrs. W .H. Johnny Mark Brown,
e Graduated Pharmacists always on duty. Miss Hart., Mrs Freeman Register. Jr.. Bob Baker Fuzzy Knight
Dorothv Ernest of
I Chapt. 4 "Phantom Phone 782-W Box 268 Starke! Fla.I .
P.; ; maid .of honor and only at- Miss Betty) Ann Flynn, Mrs. Glen Empire"And ..
tendant of the bride, was gownedIn Wood Mills Sara Barefoot, and I Cartoon

pink silk net featuring: a yoke Miss Idell Landrum.
,' outlined with a wide ruffle which I After upending some time with

formed an off-the-shoulder effect. their guests Mr. and Mrs. King

'r STARKE FLA. The full skirt was gathered onto left for a wedding trip throughthe

t the fitted bodice. An outstanding central part,of?the state. The

feature of the skirt was a ruffleof bride traveled in a beige gabar- II

1 t R'' r, the net which started at the dine suit with luggage tan and

V front of the bodice and* formed a white accessories. Her hat was

bustle effect In the back. She an off-the-face model of white

Fresh Large wore a halo of pink ruffled net taffeta and luggage tan straw 6

Dressed and long matching ,mittens. Her with a wisp of a veil. Her corsage ,
flowers were an' old fashioned was of white rose buds.

and W bouquet of pink rose buds. Mra. King graduated from Bradford -

DrawnHens eIDers ,The bride, given In marriage by County High School and I SENSATIONAL ONE DAY ONLY ]

her father, chose a gown of white completed! a course in nurse's

marquisette and lace fashioned training at St. Luke's Hospital

with long fitted sleeves which Jacksonville. At present she is a

.25 formed points over her wrists, registered nurse with the Bradford Large Chests Guaranteed

t and a fitted lace bodice. The full I Cour.ty Health DepartmentIn ,Hope .Uolh o/f(/
.53 skirt fell from a scalloped waistline Starke r

and terminated in a long I Mr. King Is a graduate of Brad- Rising Felted Tray -Beautiful Walnut Finish
train. Her fingertip veil of bridal ford
Pound Pound County High School and "
to illusion fell from a lace coronet served thirty-six months in the Regular Price
outlined with
orange blossoms. navy receiving his honorable Now 29.95
She carried a linen and lace handkerchief discharge In February of 1948. ,

STREAK which belonged to her ,He la now am I employee of the
WHITE BACON .25 lb. great aunt. Her only ornamentwas Starke Fire Department.Outoftown YOUR CLOTln :
a single strand of pearls, a guests were* Miss PAYS FOR ITSELF
gift of the bridegroom. Her flowers -
Addle Baleden, Mrs. Alice Jones, -
were a bouquet of bride's _
yS Pillsbury Van Miss ROM Baladen Mr. and Mrs. /
roses against a background of f BBBBBJIBBBI OPEN
Ted Stilley Mr. and Mrs. Donald T
satin bows and ACeOL
Special showers oftephenotls. CHARGE
Camps ., Stilley and children Donna and ChenilleA WITH
Red Ted :Mrs Jessie Mae Blakely,
FANCY :Mrs. Buford, mother of the DENMARKS
Grits GREAT bride, selected I for her daughter's Miss Lois Thomas, W. S. Blakely,

7 NORTHERN KidneyBeans wedding an aqua -erepe gown Jr., Miss Dorothy Ernest Mrs. Bed Spreads

1 1-2 fashioned with a draped bodice Katherine Klnlaw Smith Lewis -

Pound BEANS and straight skirt. The skirt Barton, MM Francis Colley, Mrs.

< ; featured a deep rippled peplum Elmer Lazone, and Miss Mattie
, Pkg.
forming a fish tall effect in the E. Harley of Jacksonville: ),11'. 5.95 ;

15c lOc Ib. back. She wore a corsage of pink and Mrs. \V D. KIng Mrs. Coleman

14c rosebuds. I King and daughter, Sharon,
Mrs. KIng'; mother of the bridegroom ;Miss l Kathryn King all of St. '
Read Our
was gowned In a gray Petersburg, Mr. and :&11'1. DeWitt Weekly Ads For Amazing

f FRESH GARDEN I CRISP' crepe model made along simple C. Jones and J. Harvey Hord of Bargains Available On Easy Terms

I lines with ,cap sleeve.. Her corsage Gainesville; Mrs.. D. B. Harley of

Tomatoes .12lCelery .11 was of yellow rosebuds. Lawtey; Mary Jeanette :McLen-:

4 Immediately following the cere- don of Orlando: and Mrs. Ola IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER *t T

mony, a reception was held In M. Perkins of Hampton.

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1 fBITs of LOCAL NEWS Mr .and Mrs H. L. Brownlee, Mrs. H. M. Croovei, Mrs. T. Mr and Mrs. 1
J. T. ,
J.IIiM\ ry Brownlee, Mrs. J. E. B. Barrow, and Mrs. W N West IfMna Quigley ,I'I '
and Leonard
, Futch and their,house guest Mills of Noegel. andMrs.
Boston Ga.,
were dinner .
L. A. Davis had Margaret Ann Johnson Joyce Humphrey of St Louis, guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Carnell Qulgley's nephew, Corbin thj TJ-
and JIIrs.i of Dur- Mo., returned of Ormond, have returned I
6r guests Saturday :Mr. and ham, N. C. is the guest of her from Wednesday L. A. Rennolds, while on their' from two weeks spent in Laurel c
a two weeks'
stay at St. to
way Daytona I
Piitford Fambro and daugh- sister-in-law, Mrs. Earl Johnson, Augustine Beach Beach. Lodge, their summer home In \
Fambro, and and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee While there Miss Nora DuVal returned to
'e, at they had as their guests part of: her home in Kendersonville, N. C. While away
Mundy of Rockmart, Kingsley Lake. Columbia, S. C. Sun. Mon. Aug. 3-4 i
tattle the time Mrs. J, M. Brownlee, after a brief visit with Miss Lu- they attended the Skyland Bible
a. Richard Kldd will return home Mrs Earl Johnson and son, Holt, clle Mitchell and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Conference whore they heard Hyman "The LATE
tomorrow GEORGE APLEY"Uonlad i
'and Mrs. E. 1C Perryman after spending two and Margaret Ann Johnson. Appleman Jewish evangelist,
llit weekend at Daytona. weeks In Richmond, Va. with his Mrs. T. B. Barrow of Boston, Dr. Bob Jones, Sr., and several
Mrs. 'W.. J. grandmother, Mrs. Col. D. E. Knight and grandson other noted Colman. Peggy Cummins! Edna Beat !
Rev and R. <3. Kldd Sr. Ga., la the guest cf Mr. and Mrs. speaker Enroute i \
well attended the Church- and one week in Washington, D. L. A. Rennolds.Mrs. Charles Knight, enjoyed a home they also attended the Tue. Wed.
iclka Jacksonville C. with his uncle and aunt, Mr. H. B. Emunds and motor trip to Washington D. C. Radio and Music Conference at Thurs. Aug. 5-6-7 f
young and
and Mrs. ] New York City last week. Toccoa ; i
Howard Conference
party In Crawford.W. son, Hugh, of St. Petersburg, are Col. Knight returned Center, Toe- ,
evening. Tuesday Mr. H. Thomson of I of by plane coa. Ga. III
guests Mrs.
r Lloyd Edmunds' ,
spent parents
'sell officiated at the wed- the weekend herewith his family Mr. and Mrs. M B. Jones, of Law- Saturday a longer while visit Charles with remainedfor Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Spencer of DUEL SUN I 1,( i
his uncle,
Bl hie niece, Miss Martha and Mr. ad Mrs. F. F. Stump. Paul Knight, Jacksonville spent several days i iI
Nell, and Lt Leonard R. .,,Mrs. Tillle Darby and Mrs. S. tey.Mr.. and Mrs. C. B. Williams, Mr. here last week with Mrs. Spen THE ; I
and Mrs. M. D. Carter
a. Barefoot of Lake City, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. returned cer's brother-in-law and sister, I !
Vernon VanOstran
I and,Mrs. T. J. Griffin are Lulu Wiggins of Tampa and Mrs. and children, Mr. and Mrs L. I,Worth this to their week home in Lake Mr and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Gregory Peck Jennifer Jone' Joseph' Cotten ? '
Vi weeks in Jackson- Frank Barefoot of.Sanderion after a month'svisit Mr. and Mrs R. F. Prather and I
two B. Lott and son, Lester, all of f
with relatives in
'Ith their son-in-law and were guests Monday of Mr. and daughter, Sandra Ray, returnedto PRICES ;
Miami and W J. Terral of Ideal,
.r, Dr, and :Mrs. C. C. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. Ga., vicinity. their home In Jennings, La., DURING THIS ENGAGEMENT: : I.
were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
:Misses Friends of L. M. Drake will regret Monday after a visit with Mrs.Prat i
and Mrs L. A. '.Davis left Joyce Humphrey Mary will Brownlee leave Sat-and Geo.Mrs.W.C. Thomas E. Beam last is enjoying week. a Tampa to hospital.learn that he is ill in a at Klnxslev her'a mother Lake., Mrs. Faye Gill, Adults: Matinee 74c Night $1.20 ""I

for a stay of several urday for St. Louis, Mo. after vacation in -
ay Newburgh, N. Y. Children Time .
( ) 50c
In Ashvllle\ N. C. enjoying a month's vacation with :I visiting her sons, Ivan E. Beam, Every Branch of Any
and Mrs. S. H. Seabrook Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. I and Theodore E. Beam, and their Fri.
JahR11'ee! Woodfin Hails of Mr. and Mrs. H. V Knight, families.. Aug. 8-9 -Double Feature"HELLDORADO" ,

jo, and Jack Haile of Jack Nancy Knight, Mrs. C. R. SmithJr. I Mr. and Mrs. Harley F. Strong INSURANCEH. I :.
ie were weekend guests of, and small son, C. R. Smith had as guests at their Kingsley .,
d Mrs W. G. Haile. Mrs III, were guests Sunday of Col. Lake home last week Mrs. Strong's :
. xik Is a niece of Mr.Halle. and Mrs. D. E. Knight. i
mother Mrs. W M. White, and ;
and Mrs L. E. Jordan and Mr.. and Mrs. Richard Thede her brother-in-law and sister, C. WALL AGENCYPlease With Roy RogersAnd ; I I
Harold, of Oviedo wered and son, Ricky are occupying the Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Boyd all of ': .
guests of Mrs. Carrieand B. S. Carroll cottage on Kingsley Atlanta I I! f
Miss Annie' Darby Phone 146 ,
for two weeks.
Dr. Geo. F. Scott of Lakelandand
.and Mrs. John Henry Hem- Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. F. A. Scott of Starke left '
and children have return- Earl Johnson and son Holt, who Thursday for a vacation in the CONSTANT SERVICE OVER 50 YEARS "SHADOWED"'I. (
home in ElIzabeth- :
theIr have spent the past month at the mountains at Clayton, Ga .
N. C after spending two Weeks'
cottage on Kingsley Lake,
here with the Rev. and
G. Hemingway.P will return to their rome tomor- t "I I
and row. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson Robbins! Robbing!
J. Langford daugh- I
will occupy the cottage duringthe S
Robbins! '
month of AugustDean Kobbln!

ndlng two weeks here as Lemack lert Sunday for Robbins! Robbins' t
of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. St. Stephens, S. C. where he will e
I make his home with his Robbing! Robbing!
i P SI. Barefoot spent.Wed- Mrs. Dewey G. Rives, mother'j I
,, ni Gainesville visiting Mr. Rives. Robbins! Robbing! ,
.. .
lira, C J. Devlin and Mrs. w .LLL .
Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Colson, Jr. KODDins nUUmn141
e Opperman. of Panama City arrived Wednes-
and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent day for a few days' visit with Mr. 6. ,.- "'..'6____'
wkeml, at their newly com- and Mrs. Lemuel Colaon.
Bummer home on Grandin Men's )
Childrens Clothing v ).

B betty AlcKae of McIntosh 4 1 1
(I Monday to spend the re- Dress
er of the week here as the UNPRECEDENTED p I
of Miss Idalou Davis. Miss

fternoon ants In her to Leonard wedding Smith Satur., 6-12 3.85 pr. ROHBINS' GREAT END OF SUMMER FESTIVAL 1 ;


Lucy Baker of Miami has I Army SHOESSz. HER OF' TilE FAMILYCLERRnnCC 'Ii

he guest of Mrs. T. N. Ken- 7.13 2.50 pr. ." r i
Army SHIRTSLight I

or Hvy.. 1,50Army'PANTS ....... -
[BONG COMICS ? w' It.t..' ,

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Each Week

Ladies DRESSES 'I' to'/a WERE NOW TT
3S-52 1.95 ea. Straw Hats
ai1 '10.95 & 12.95 6.95
c Ladies SKIRTS

i1 Large Sizes 1.50 M..V.N r.N.N ." ML1ISPORTSHIRTS
4 i ii
Ladies BLOUSESLarge CHILDRENS DRESSES 7.95 & 8.95 4.95

Sizes $1 ea. ., 6" I '
Were 1.95 Now 1.39 t

Girls DRESSESSizes 7 to 12 Were 3145; Now 2.25 o 5.95 & 6.95 3.95 Were.$3 & \_ \" \ r!, :

1.75 and 1.50 Were 4.50 Now 2.95 3.45 oV .;. t
x Now 2.00 ;
I *
Girls DRESSESSizes I
the telephone? 1 to 4 Children's I / r..L&.DRESSES| 2.95 o r

I II T-Shirts Were 1.65 1.95 f
I taugkt you saidWNG 1.25 ea. I\

frcrrt T-Shirts Now $1.00 :
Hanes Undershirts i ;
45c ea. Ladies a _'II ., .t( I I
69c i

I'Flay F. Strong Hanes SHORTS65c Men's Bathing Trunks '
Gift e_______ssrstSSSSrStrrtSSl' Bathing o i ;
HeadquartersIn ea.

Jewelry Dress.SHIRTS White & Tan White Suits 3.50&4.00 i I r1.I. ;: 1

1.50 ea. Childrens Shoes .. Values I '

The Finest Selection Ladies T-Shirts .98 .. ;
If -
Diamonds Watchesand NICK'S ______6.6 $2.00
Jewelry Gifts In 3.45 \\'rr.. Now t i I .

Starke and 3.95 Ladies Shorts 2.45 1.50R'ere 6 Ir .i .1 i I '

W. Call Phone 153 Bargain House I .. ., Men's Brown & WhiteSHOES : 'i

Ladies Slax 4.95 3.00 { ;
L 6 H Hs
Ladies Blouses 2.00 ,

ANNOUNCINGPURE I r.r ... h., ,
1.98Lades Ladies Skirts - 1-2 Off \ !
OIL STATION Temple Ave. .. r, ; I
:-.4:, ,
Ar.L All Ladles I II

\0 Were 8.95 & $7.95 ", .
4.95,5.95 $3 and Tax

All Business AppreciatedLET'S Now 5.95 ,

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HAVE SOME FUN! ".9; & 5.95VALUES ,1

e : ROBBINSThe '
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The Fights 2.95 I N I .

*At Boom Town I,,I w_ I'

; 6.95 Tan & White Pumps ; o

Every Friday Night, 8:30 P M. Now 4.00 Store Of ValuesI

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,.I . . . Ing Mrs. Susie Myrick at Lake . . . . . e o a e . e J road S of Ex R IE"N 110 land ft Temple's E of cam Sub-to

Geneva Sunday afternoon. Div Sections 21 A 13, Township t 10
GrahamBy South, Range 22 East containing t
Pine Level C. HamptonBy SunnybrookBy : .
9 Mr. H. H. Lewis and Mrs E. acres more or less.
Lewis were dinner guests of Mrs. Name In Which' Assessed- Unknown.
I ; { By Mm. n. M. McRae Mr*. M. C. Sweeney Mra. John McKinney Mrs. 0. E.: Crosby Certificate No. 88 Year of "-

. . . Russell Carter at Mellbronn e . . . . . . e . nuance June 1. A. D. 194&
Springs Thursday of last week. . Description of Property
Iti t Corn at SE' Cor of SEV of BW"
Rev W. E. Hall filled his regular Miss Violet Dobbs of Palatka .T.A. MEETINGThe Mr.. and Mrs. Roy Starling an- Mr. and Mrs. Bule Bryant of & run W 828 It for a pt of beg
U this week here with N 185 ft W 359<< ft to
spending thence run
appointment at Pine Level Mc- P.T.A. meeting; has been I nounce the arrival of a daughteron Tampa were visiting her parents, Itoad thence Southerly alone E side,

Baptist Church Sunday morning her cousin Miss Owendolyn postponed until_Tuesday 3 P. M" Sunday July 37. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly Tues- of toad to Sec line thence BJ to
Rae Section 82, Township I
with a large congregation. Rev. of August 12. The meeting to which Mrs. HIlliard Broughton of day night. South, beg Range 22 East containing 1
Recent visitors nome
tl Beaver Street at tne all school patrons are cordially) Gainesville was the guest Sunday acre more or les... 0
of the
Smith Baptlat
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis Included Jones and Assessed Unknown.All .
Mr. and Mrs. Dugger Name In Which :
t Church, Jacksonville, brought Invited will be held In the school : of her son and daughter-in-law, of said property being In the
the evening message.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard GUI, and auditorium.Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Broughton.Mr. mother, Mrs. Sara Jones Mr and County of Bradford, State of Flor ALL

baby of Auburndale Mr. and Mrs. Stella Johns Collins left I : and Mrs: A. T. Andrews Mrs. Willis Dyal and Mrs. Sh ida.. MAKES
and Mrs. Robert Myrick Thrrlo Slmpklns of Ft. Myers, Unless such certificate' or cer-
Monday for Auaten Minn., where of Starke were recent guests of shall. be redeemed accordIng .
and daughter. Kathy, were visit- and Mr and Mrs. J. B. Delacey i Smith and children of Sampson I tlflcatea Work
+ b I she will visit her, son-in-law and her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. H. City Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly to law the property describedIn GUaranteed
.. : such certificate or certificates
daughter Mr. and Mrs Hal Sessions. Waadln. of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert lIthh.ec"sold to th/s): hll.t bidderat Quick SenheEASTERN
/ She was accompanied by Gene and H. Watson are visiting Prescott Mr*. Beulah Prescott 01 t House the
In the month of September
(' *Marsh her lItUe granddaughter. :Mar Mrs. W. O. Flowers of Norfolk, Brooker were dinner guests of first Monday 1947. which la the lat day AUTO

4 Rbm'vmere I sit.6 Joe_ !! Katharine Wadaworth of Waldo.. Va., for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown and of September 1941. SUPPLY
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wattersonhad Mr. and Mrs. Bobble Surrencyand Dated this. 24th day ot July 1947.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brown .
as guests last week Mr. ant daughter Mablo spent the I Sunday.Mr. Clerk( of Circuit Court of'Bradford ARRE, FLA.

!Mrs Van Douberly and children,, weekend with their aunt Mrs. County, Florida. 7-3S 4t 8-15
Jane and Mrs. Touchstone and
a af1q,4 Cup per's"Daring" of Dundee and Don McMahone 01 Maude Graves.
Mrs. Neilson of Fairbanks attendad -
Fort Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rodgersof
Bathing Suit Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Parker ot Daytona Beach were weekend church at Corinth Sunday;
night.A '
.... Flint, Mich., arrived here las guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence PHOT
.. week to visit Mr. and Mrs. JohnH. Frazier. large crowd from our com- Camerasfor a (JM

The Copper showed me some as Dee lays, well probably look Just Parker and other relative. I Mrs. Austin Fowler and little munity attended the Singing Convention -

1; .c tin-types of their nineteen-ton nt as funny twenty years from now They left Monday for a visit to niece Shirley of Sanford were at Boatdraln Church} Sun-

t ll t I cation-picnicking oa the beach in what we call oar "Modern" Homestead, accompanied by Mrs visiting her parents, Mr. and Mra. day.Mrs. s/

rl with beer and pretzels In bathing clot.... Only,thing thst won't John Parker. John McKinney, over the week W. C. Ward, Mrs. W. R. RENT

g ,k5ry t suits that made them look lake they change In the picture is that mellow Mrs. Woodrow Hicks recently end.Mr. Halslop and Mrs Fred Halslop SE,

( 1d l t were dressed streetr -wear. wholesome glass of beer. entertained her. Baptist Sunday and Mrs. Olin Graves of were visiting In Gainesville %

+ r Dee was smothered In a long- From where I sit, tolerance that School class of Junior girls withan Daytona Beach were visiting his Mr. and Mra. O. E. Croaley Our Photo Finishing $ TNArfa3

{ ; slewed pull-over with knee length lets us wear.sensible decent clothes afternoon picnic at HamptonLake. mother Mrs. Maude Graves, last visited the bed side of Mrs. Belle' Assures Re-Lived OkLYTtd9lCSF
J r shorts, and looking embarrassed -to give us sun and air and freedom weekend. Johns of New River Saturday I/T GETS
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Carl ,Mr.' and Mrs. Eugene McKinneyof Happiness for Years !
as if be thought Jane' costume of -will keep that wholesome night. Mrs. Johns seemed some Of/

d a heavy blouse two copious skirts glass of beer a part of the American Ona were weekend guests of better Sunday. to ComeHollywood
t Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney
?r ti and long black stockings was a tradition. ....4Ma Marcus Conner and Oscar Cros-
! of Bay Lake. Charley Frazier will leave for HILL'S
v i f' little daring.We by were business visitors In Jack-
Mrs Herbert Hayes and children the Navy soon.

laughed a lot at those costames CL.., 'hOv. of Gainesville were vlsltln Mr. and Mrs. Joe Call returned sonville Monday. and Gift Shop COFFEE SHOP

bat come to think of It, Mrs. Robert
Myrick and :Mrs. B. Friday from a two weeks' visit
Call St. at R. R. Starke 151 WEST CALL
My M. McRae one lay last week. with relatives In Clearwater and Lady Nearly Choked ST.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor and Tampa. STARKE, FLA.
Copyright,1947, UntedStutea Bremen Foundation, little daughter Charlene were While Lying In Bed- ,

recent guest of Mr. and Mrs -
Due To Stomach Gas
Fred Rosa and family in Starke. .

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Groover 01 .
Rhoden will be pleased to hear
lady said a few
days ago
Miami spent last week with relatives -
that their Infant son is slightly
that she.used to be afraid to go to
here and at Brooker.Mr. improved after severe burns received bed at night. She was swollen
and Mra. Barney Eggersand last week at his home. He THIS
with stomach gas. which always ATLANTIC EQUALS ANY ALB TO
son, Johnnie, of Jacksonville Is now a patient at the Alachua got worse when she went to bed, TASTED AMYWUERB C4 THE WORLD"
vhv spent the weekend here with rela County Hospital, Gainesville I,
and the gas would rise up. In her
4Aei Lives and were accompanld .home Mr and Mr... Don Hillman of throat after she down
GAS SiavlCi lay and
Sunday afternoon by Mrs. Eggers'
Lakeland, were visiting friends would nearly choke her. She

grandmother, Mrs. H. M. McRae here Thursday of last week. Mrs. couldn't lie flat. Had to prop herself The Premium Ale

who will spend this week therewith HUlman, the former Mary Louise up on pillows. Recently this at the Popular PriceThALC

relatives. Mast resided in Hampton with lady got INNER-AID and now

H her parents 15 years ago. says gas la gone stomach feels
It'tom nrn rya; N<< Miss Norma Sweeney left for fine, bowels are regular and she

Philadelphia. Pa., on Monday, can go to sleep' and sleep soundly. "
where she will remain a month INNER-AID contains 12 Great ALENKO EEI? mss' '

.r with her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Herbs; they cleanse the bowels, /ull of Good Cheer* .

Mrs W. C. Kammerer. clear gas from stomach, act on

91, 7 4 d Dr. and Mrs. E. 7!. Shafer Mrs. sluggish liver and kidneys. Miser-
I. T. Young and tour sons left able people soon feel different all t o,

FRASR Tuesday for a visit to Virginia. over. So don't go on suffering! e4

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rungeof Get INNER-AID. Sold by all drug .
} Macclenny were guests of her stores (Adv.)
HOWDY FOLKS: You can't believe brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and

,' ... J everythingthe Mrs! H. B., IM CIRCUIT 'OI'HT BRADFORD
''' way you Wiggins Sunday. COI'%TV.. FltOHlDA. IX: CHAM.
ioi : hear It. For there Little o C KM Y .
e : ?;' example Lamar Brown, son of *
4 wan the man who told that his Mrs. Florrle Belle Brown Is convalescing Edwin Willie Merle Edgar Thornton Thornton, Plaintiff., Defendant.vs. Mothers !

wife's cooking/ warmed his. nicely after a tonsllec- Cane No 6803ORDER .

hoart Hhen he really m.'ftnt tomy performed at the Gainesville AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR TELEPHONE 52-J
that It cavil him the heartburn hospital Thursday. STATE Of FLORIDA toEdwin

U Mom is cooking with gas now-' Ralph Pearsall of Detroit Mich., Edgar unknown.You Thornton. whoa residence. Is For The Finest 1
arrived recently for a visit- -- with n--- August. arc 1ft, required het'.b: appear on
i -rir/l ""P r' GAS ""111' does your brother nay his wife and family. Court and 1947.a.u.e.In wherein plaintiff named Diaper ServiceThat t

r{ y 1 ? t llonkt Honk all the time .Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Beekn divorce. Bradford County

--...--- when ho I... crossing the Wilbert Hall were Mr. and Mrs. In Telegraph net four shall weekly publish Issues.this Order

{M YES-1GII can hare real gas service ;in your home street?" W. F. Allen of Jacksonville Mrs. Neal Witness at my hand and official Modern Science and

{1 : pennies day. "Pyrofax"> gas service ")t'. bccauoe he doesn't want Roslebelle WetherIngton of Jasper ISi 1947 Starke. Florida, thla July

itt't Is a aape ndolJe, economical, and clean servant in people to know that he lan't and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Allen As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A..J. Thomas Research Can Produce

thousand.. of homes. "Pyrofox" gut! makes it po>. an automobile." of Tallahassee. Miss Shirley By Lucille C. Conner D. C.
1, ; iible to equip jour home with modern gas appliance Hall returned with her grandparents 7 Joseph W. Forayth K. Skipper St: Jacksonville William side, Fla., r !

for cooking, water.heating, and refrigeration. I and It you want to keep on for a visit in Tallahassee. Atty. for Pit, 7-18 4t ... We Furnish Hospital Clean Soft Sterilized

The easily inVaDed aboveground unit provided .J t having an automobile, we sug K. G. Lamoreaux of Wildwood, Notice I I"NOTICE hereby given that the I Diapers Anti-Odor Metal Container I

ab" continuous nice and the low cost of "Pyvifan". Kent' you drive It In here and visited Mr. and Mrs Gilbert Lam- undersigned..H.. under. the are flctttlouM engaged In bualn of- Two Deliveries Each Week.
1 gas will surprise you. Come In and lee the new 'honk' just, once. We will come oreaux recently Twin Pines, a miles northwest of .

rangei, refrigeratoR, and water-heater, which mate Q) running to give you the finest Friends to of Clarence Adkins are .and Starke Intend on the to register State Farm the highway said' fic, "
glad hear
your household tacks easier in every way.SUPEDIOI service ;you can B..k for-auper his favorable condition titious name In the Office of the All This For Only A Few Cents A Day
quality gas, oil and lubrication.That after a recent appendicitis ford Clerk of the Circuit Court of Brad
County 111.
kind of service will insurefiner operation In Shadycrest Hospital, WIlliam Crosby (half interest)
Starke. In his absence his niece. Rt. 2, J-"ox 185 Starke, Fla.
time car to performance come. for along Miss Betty Jean Adkins is in Rt.Mr 2..,. W.lime T.In<'ro, 8t"rkeFla..by half Interest l& 'r"Q\ ) tII.

GULF OIL PRODUCTSWashll'lg charge of his grocery store. 7-18 4t 8.8IN > )Y :::
Harold -
iOTUlO GAl SERVICE Seley of Miami and : I ,,"
r'nCt'IT COCIl1'.
Polishing sister. BRADFORD
Seley of Cltra
Greasing were visitors here Sunday. *'I1:n V. '
Trenton Hardware & I James Hubert Combs, Plaintiff I 'V L 52jJ
Furniture Co. Inc. vn
Temple & Lake Mr.daughters and Mrs D.of V. Underwoodand Gainesvillewere I I Case Ruby: No.Louise 6829. Combs. Defendant: ,

I 4 Phone 3391 Trenton, Fla. Service Station visiting relatives and friend AND ORDER NOTIPP1 OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR

HJ' E. T. here Saturday.Mr. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ruby
SHULL PLUMBING CO., LOCAL AGT. Phone 179 Louisa. Comb., who. residence and
and Mrs.
L. A.
o Wiggins and address Is unknown.
daughter Marie, with Mr. and You are required to appear on 1

Mrs. Gene Brown all of Jackson. court August and 2J. "1947 8U...In"h.'n the. above... ...._namedseeks ._....
----- ---
vllle were Sunday supper guests divorce Bradford County
of Mr. and Mrs. Telegraph shall publish this Order
George Williams In neat four weekly Issues.
Mr. and Mrs Cleveland Sullivan '\7ltn.... my hnnd and official. M all
of Theressa were visitors here :47tar ., Florida, this lard of ..July.CU"'FICrAL ,

3 Big Sale last Wednesday. SEAM A. J Thomas
A. Clerk of said. Court
Ittr: Landrum, atarko Fla.
Days Thurs., for PU, 7-ji 4t S-1S Jtra
Es: 'W .
Fri. & Saturday I CO IN TV, FLOH1UVI I* CI1A; *_ :NOTICE \PPtirATIOV FOB ,
e'FR r. TUH.:I> _
William Theodore StA IIIn 11'.. PlainIff NOTICE IS ,HKHHBT GIVEN:
v.. May Helen Htalllngs, De- that n \'". Hayes the holder of the .
endant. Case No. BH97 following certificates has flied said
ORDER OF PUBLICATION : certificates for a tax deed to he a cleaningcool
AND. NOTICE TO APPEAR Usued thereon. The Certificate dry
STATE OF FLOU1DA to: May Number and Years: of Issuance, the
Helen Mtalllnara, whoa realdence Is description! of the property and
cio Mrn. D. Al Richards, 4811 Ran. the names. In .which U was assessed will off
oloh Htreet, 'Napa, California: are as follows:
You are required to appear on Certificate No. 58 Tear of Is i
August 15 nuance June I.'A.. D.
1947. In the above named 1945 suit I
11h1 v Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Description of Property t ,0 four j
{ .M eeks divorce.I : -1 .34 ft "* w* of Rlk 1 8 of
graph shall r:11hrh'i: :leel; R 2 E *: N t7t ft of NWV, of Blk
ext four weekly Issues.
Witness I my hand and official
{ seal nVr8Ulrk*, Florida, thin July DO YOU KNOW ABOCt .
it. J : comfort while maintalJ; I
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Enjoyhat
V A. Clerk of maid Court. ROACHES? well-pressed, Im I

By'era Lucille Here It Is Folks prlngs.. Florida. Attye. for Plf. try to vet rid of them a-ll. not cleaning.J0"actually thatsenalfvl
Biggest MoneySaving dirt-free odor-free
7-1S it 8-1S lust. kill the few that you can I
hit with spray or dust or that restores and
walk Into a powder by accident ie.Uif3. ird f 1 ,
lof: cincriT ('OCRT. BRADFORD fabrics and colors :
COCNTy STIOBIDAI '!* CRA:'. K-3-D the heat: ,
('eKHlr* as cool as they look. Defeat

1 1i ,Food Sale of The Year! :Nina"U.K.nerIY.Kenerly.Defendant.Plaintiff "Case.. James No. ROACH DIFFERENT KILLERIS Start today.using our dry cleaning senlEf ,I

ORDER OF PTTBL1CATIOW Roaches eat. It became
they like
2_ h.4.,_._ t.,4", STATE ANn NOTICB TO APPEAR It. They dry up and dl... Safe I Ii
v. s. were OF FLORIDA to James to .
+ cutting 't. Kenerly. wh.... residence la: and use. Nun-poljionotu to man i
r ae price right wad orth. Wllkeaboro, pets.15c '
North Carolina:
Ask At Stare left for our big, You are required to appear on and 25c Pkgs.at PHONE 135 I'I'ROOT.
tanaal REUFAO August 2.. 1947. In the above nam-
For Special' 4- .d Court and cause. wherein plain 313 ,

Ni PS Color 0 T T'5 ab.ng-opeveut SALE. If* tiff el...seeks raph divorce.shall publish Bradford this County Order Sistrunk Feed and fH1J.J.1fI '

In nest fear GREEN, Temple
Price JUatt the price) ... weekly lasues.
wtll my hand and official' Seed Co. .
lap prove) seal' .t IIt.rke. Florida. this' July' Owner 'I
It. Com MO for If 1S47 .
A. Clerk of ..u'Court, ..... *r ...P.... mtuttm
Each H. 0....... ria.
Douglas QaJnesTllle, Vta. -
Attys. for Plf. |.jj U S-lf .

.A .


'. 19i7
g'Gt ST

r.\GE__ _l'lIiVE\I'' __ __
JOUSOIE'tIORY( : : Sampson City In early girlhood
I and see one on the brink of eternity A* Clerk ">f ...Id Court. for
15' : and remained true to her church yet happy and Py Lucille. C. CO"n.. O. O. to... Final Pl.clmrire, ae Admlnletrii- IN: CIRCCir ("()('HT. i lltl> .BHAnrom
morning. July waiting so Robert II. Duncan, Lvn.'h rni'M''rv, Fi.iiuiitii UI ('It ,
aelda lIu 1101 In 11'. IV CHAN:
made sade through the years. After the calmly. How she had finished her Jacksonville. Florida ,, Ardell D. CroabyIK ''EH k'.
,ur Hearts were church was part and was only waiting Cod's Atty. for Plf. 7-11 41 S-l 4t 8. A. Adminlatrator.IN John C'. riillllpK. Plaintiff. v.. I.. I va. Jan-.
Hounded destroyed by fire she c" I'atrlrln t'hllllp. Defendant. e.. .
angela call to cinrtiiT" VWr. !: Teller, alia
death take her home. tin \FORO No. 683*.
placed her Her *
: great : CIRCUIT ,
membership In Pine \ 9l..Ti. "-"roi% rniNrw.: FLUHIUAI IN j
c a I ) which .cancelled :Level Baptist Church. faith as to what Jesus had piom- COVTY' FLoRIDt. is: t;IIU ( IYV. CHAN.Jnllim : ORDER OF PrnUCATIOV '
(tile Both old l'ERY. AND NOT I"'" TO
her activities of Mrs. Arleon and young saw a beautiful char- Ised her a mansion no pain or -harlra If. Culpeppei. Plaintiff\ v.. 'mltlt Berry It. Berry h'f..nlant.Plaintiff Care V.. Mae STATE OF FLORIDA' APPEAR to: I APPEAR' J

earth and the soul acteristic life In her. Her death and no tearstained eyes Jan Kpaitn Culpvppi-r.. Defendant.. Id31, No Lola Patricia I'hllllpH. whom .... : to': JacilU*!
this II
kind Can tio. 6791.t. Uenve and addreHa la I
: 871it Innl."e I alias Jon
a, dear to our with quiet- lovabla disposition brought sun- stands as a monument of a Christian EK OP PUBLICATION: AND ORDER NOTICB\ OF PUBLICATION TO Street ChiirleMton., Houth ....7ii'n Ave.*.
who aOTlCE\ TO APPEAR lina: '
God. shine heard the APPEAR
live into "well 8TATH
to the lives OF FLORIDA
of .
away those tofa.: !
fed done" by their Master STATE OF FLORIDA to: JanK Smith Kerry, whoHe. laat known You .are required to appear. > appear on '
she was so around her. whom she Spann re -
., Brown as Someone made this Culpoppor w hon" .hlp"ee, Idnnre and Hddrene U August 23, 1947. In the above above domed
called widow of the late remark after her passing: "I nev- tried so hard to please and serve In1113: Meramvu. BlrnH. St. Lnul. I'elUery, Oraimeburv, South rlo (Ivneral Ca..oUno Court and .cause wherein .. plaintiff
.* every day. ,,1111..ourl : aeeka divorce( llradford County County Tel.
Brown. was born In Brad- er knew what a mother she was r. require, to appear on You i etfraph shall publish this Order order In
to We who August II, 1047. In the. abov named are requrren Ce .appear. on : next four weekly leases ...
near Starke July me until after she are left to mourn her or before ;
was Court > AiiKunt t
)Unty gone. \.a cau w i,' .-..1p..ln.- I6th 1B47 In the I hand and ,, .
;g and spent moat of her Wherever and whenever she absence feel that someday we will Telegraph tier aii..k' .llvorc shall' BradfoM. Joutltv- : above In plaintiff named Keeke Court divorce.and caune.where. seal at Starke Florida\ thla July and, thla official July r I
publleh this CTJer Hradford 1947.
rt.Ve know that Brad- served her church her home or be able to reinstate that Christian In next four weakly .lanuea.ltn County' Telegraph .hall ptibllxh. this (OFFICIAL. SRAt.) A. J. :

unty, has lost one of her community, it was done In a very relationship with pur Mother In .. >\ ,.. my hand and official. Order Witness In next four weekly IxxiteK. Aa Clerk of said. 'ourt. .J. Thomas, :'

Moved and cherished cltl-, gracious and pleasingmanner.. that land where we never grow la al. 1947.at Stark Florida, thin July ,neal at Stark my"Florida nand I thin and. 22ml official luy Iit Frank'. for Plf.t.a"dr"m. Plarke.7-21 4t 8 1 .., Plor. .i

It was a priceless old. Because of our loss we feel (OFFICIAL 8KAL! ) A. J. Thorn.... of July 1947. 7.16t -U
opportunity A. Clerk of said Court. (OFFICIAL flEA I.) A. J. Thomas
gas converted" and united to talk with her just thirty mln- that Heaven must be a little By Lucille c. Conner, I). C. I A. Clerk of .,,"1 Court sv t 4

Baptist Church atLonger 'utes' before Cod called her home blighter and happier because of William D. Mormm. Fifth Floor John J. Hemlerion, E.q., St. Auguetlne I
the her flark Hldwr Jack."n\III.>, Pin. Fla., Attv forPlf74t, i" S-1J REFINEMENTin
presence there. Atty. for Pit. T-U 4t 8-1

4-1 To the loving memory of our IN rim-iir COVET, RR ADFOst.. pwrinectmary detail in a Service

'Wear darling Mother we hereby con- IV i nnrriT roi'RT. 1m \OFORO ('OI wet, Fl.nnllAI| IN tllA.NKvelvu I atMilabte locally and widely known

secrate ourselves anew to the roi'MTV. PLOHinti i" cn *:>- : ('B.ItY. I for its modest cost its wholesome
( ..Y. Tnjlor IKoulnn. Plnlntlff.vii I .
Through Expert Repair task she faithfully shared. Thrreen Ann Thlloivt Plnlntlff v*. No.Arnold r.Hio.OKDKR J.. liotilnn:: : 1)oiendanI.I: Cane courtesy and always tactful sympathy,
Never will her memory fade; No. IUSO HTATI3 OP FLORIDA to: Arnold 4e:
Sweetest STATE OF PrJOHID\: Prank. J IInllI. n. whew. reBUIeno and ndidreHH -
BIGGS & BAKER thoughts will ever n. Thllow who B re.l
  • np* .and Rd.dr. I inet known In. SHOO I No. Chiirleu .
    linger .*.. In: Automotive* .:11"..., American Ht., Ilitltlmoro, Maryland; DEWITT C. JONES
    105 W. Call St. Starke, Fla.lARKKtfXG Round the grave where she Is 011 Co.. PhllndMphia/ 4A, IVnna. ''or You before are required to appear" on
    TOil a.. required to appear on August S5th, 1047, In the AMBULANCE
    laid. AiiKUHt II, 11147>> In lh" ial>ov, 'shove named, Court and Pause, SERVICE '
    named court wherein plaintiff Ht ekn divorce
    Just three and jauee, where
    score years and ten plaintiff ....k. divorce. Pradfordounty llrndford. County Telegraph utmll Funeral Director
    had passed ( Telegraph nhnll, publlrh thla piibllHh (thin Order In neat fOllrwe..k STARKB .
    Order In II' iHmiea. rilONIB TOur j
    When next four weekly Innuea. ,
    the Father thought )t With... my hand and official. : I Wltnem my hnnd and nfflcla1, .

    best 9 pal, 1947.nt titarke, Florida, this July of seal. July! at Htnrke.1917.OFFIIAL Klurlilil, thin Rand local funeral home enables us to f I

    To take her to His Heavenly (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma.. ( MKAL) A. J. Thomas offer convenience and services; not
    home, A. Clxrk of said Court. Aa Clerk of said Court. otherwise available. I
    Bv Lucille C. Conner, n c. John J Ilendemun KH(|. Ht. Atiicua-
    To l :
    on Jesus' breast. ('hart.. K H.<.(... 2114-05 Hoillly, Dldl(. tine, Fin.Attya. .
    The wreaths of flowers JackMonvllle, Fla. for Plf 7.85t *.16IN f
    our We furnish the
    highest type service at the lowest price art
    Atty. for P1?. '-II 4t 8-t
    neighbors wove rinrrir ('nI'wr. Int A UFOnU ANY
    accept life Insurance policy In force Issued 'by ANY com I
    | is for the With bands of ribbon tied. 1V: nitrinT, CDi'n1. nnAnronn fltl'M'T. VI.WHII1AI" IM CHAS. '
    good motto
    lie prepared" a Rood old '
    summer-time as In '
    COf'VTV, FLOIUn'l IN' CHAN. ( KHV.Andrew: paiiy payment part or In full on a funeral. Consultation :
    >hen guests are apt to drop in unexpectedly. So here are some But proved to us they loved. ('Fit Y. II. Cooper, Plnlntlff. vn. carries no obligation.

    delicious") dishes you can fix at your leisure and keep in your her too V. Orellu.. Plaintiff, v... Ruby Iione. ioopvr, Defendant, Cnnv I I.
    such Aitnt I.. Urella, Uvfeiulant NO. 591 1'1.ORnER )
    t/ngerator for emergencies. And sorrowed that she died. NO. fiftnr. Cuiie OP PUBLICATION :--- .i


    I chocolate ice cream made Sandwiches left. HTATB OF .FLORIDA to: Mr. Irene Cooper, w hoHn. renidence Is:
    make perfect ,
    spur- Route. IP \Vuel, ", Texan:
    j rich WHITE HOUSE And why we cannot tell ') I* (bellies whoa* nohl..n"ea >
    of-the-moment snacks cud ndAnthony ad PORA TED MILK from the MARVEL SANDWICH BREAD But from His Holy Word we 216A Oath St., Corona Long Island.. August HIV, 1947 In the .hov" nnnieil'
    it grand to have on hand. makes perfect sandwiches. Guar- read N. Y. (ourt nod fiiUNH, herein plaintiff'
    ( unsweetened 'YO'U tire required to seek divorn.d I .. llriidfonl. 1 Countv Tel.egnaph l-
    e2 squares anteed fresh daily every loaf Cod doeth all things well. Angst 15. 1947. In thealxive. appear namd on Kliull pnhllxh I thin order In
    chocolate into top given: you plenty of thin smooth- Today the rain has fallen Court and cause,- wherein plaintiff next four weekly teepee, I
    .I.tlD of double boiler. spreading slices. You'll find this ....k. divorce Hratlford Cnunty Witness. my hand and offlrlnlKoul .. -.- ...
    qlfj Add 1 cuWHITE thrifty bread only at A&P. Ana On her sacred quiet mound Telegraph hall pulillxh' thin Order nt HturUu, Florldn, this July ""
    : 28, 1947.tOFFICIAr..
    W In next four weekly iMmieaWltnenB ,
    HOUSE MILK But still we know how beautiful
    what find it 1stFROSTY .
    a my hand and, otflclnl' seal 8RAI.: ) A. J Thom. .-.r
    and 16 wholemarshmallows. at Starke, Florida. this July 17, An Clerk( of iiald Court
    She lies beneath the ground. 1947OFFICIAL' River Sr Anderson areen Cove '. .
    Cook over boiling/: FAVORITI ( BEAT) A. J. Thoma.A. ., ""..Inlro. Fin ;: ::J.S:
    She la happy In that golden Clerk of said Court. attyw.. for Plf. 7-25 4t 8-ID
    I .
    till well Wended: cool amitap. .... ,
    r i I don't think there's a more refreshing My Lucille C. Conner. D C. : e'
    'i 1ITEIIHOUSE MILK ( warm weather cli i ii':; than region. T. Frank. Landrum Starke, Fin IV: nnri'iT COVET, ni *i>p-onii P .. .
    -nJ W rich tangy A&P GRAPL' JUICE Within Its gates so fair, Atty. for Plf. 7-1H 41 I-I rot are. F..IUUAI CHANFloriiKe _
    tiff fold into mixture. Pour And to ('.:"Y. :
    mixed with an equal quantity of whisper softly, .
    C. ColllnH .
    IcnlJ freezing? tray and freeze PIIOC ...%M \TIOX OF Tlin" MVOnIK Plaintiff vn.l.xo
    ginger-ale. And this Mint beater "Friends ( Tnl I ITT OPH It. ColllnH., Dvfvnditut., Casa Nu.
    Jest settinpr. When partially looks as if it came IIII 1111 I ,; f "There is room for you up 'l<\II K!? Kl.l>llll> \ seeI /. YARDLEY ,
    stir veil and continue \\ ORDKR OP PUBLICATIONAND
    from the \ I .
    rn straight I! Notice la hereby Klven to all I .
    Serves (5.SA1AD here. NOTICH1 TO APPKAK8TATK : : I
    pinf. North Pole when 'Jf elnclom of the I'ltv of Hlarke.Hradford .f I
    OF FI.OUIDA to Mr I, UColllnH '
    : "o
    '" Why should we shed a bitter County Florida that I,
    it's served well 7) : ; i whoHH renldenrw and addrena > '
    \\10 AH MAYOR: do hereby call n Kpoclal t.
    STANDIY tlJQr'r .
    iced in glasses r. Klertlon to lie held In the city IH210: C..lum..t'I4I..t. lto
    lunch? Cook an 8-oz. package with frosted rims. And Why our hearts despair? Hall the Dell nR I place'' bury Mann' :

    ,U'. ANN PAGE ELBOW To frost, I let the Our mother has gone to that Florida, .on Tuexday', AngNutntarn' You are 81. ImIh.t'.h: \/; : appear namedCourt onAiiKUHt VENETIAN BLINDS ',; \
    between the home of 800
    :ARONI (see package direc- I rims stand 1 minute in a saucer bright home. A.1947 M and Sundown, thin In par .and cause, wherein plaintiff I IN A VARIETY OF COLORS d I :
    I') drain; chill; add 1 tsp. containing U" strained lem!'.' And meet her nuant. to reeolutlon adopted, l hv the HeekH divorce llrndford County T.IplI'r"Ih ;- I
    we there.
    2 quartered tomatoes 1 juice then 1 minute in a plate con- can City Council of Htarke, Florida on next four shall weekly puhllnli I I..HII lib"I>. Order In QUICK DELIVERY I I Ii'
    urn onion ( ) H taining 4" sifted ( ",Jele.1 July I, 1047.toT pin pone of thlaICIuctlon (
    chopped green sufrai Come to the Bradford County Is .determine: ratification Witness my hnnd and official
    i ef (chopped), 1 hard-cooked and being( arO.il not to ja,' of Special Act paimeil by the peal at Htark. Florida thla JulyOFFICIAL GASSETT EXCHANGE STORE '
    Ii cup mayonnaise W headn the sugared rims <(*'.'* the glassesin Telegraph for ;your office Sup Florida Leidelatiire In May 1947 82, 1917,

    lettuce pepper and pap- my refrigerator till the sugar plies. Rubber. bands pencil, carbon which provide for the, abolition iethe (A. clerk of SEAL nld, )Court A. J. Thomas STAitKE FLA ,, I

    Tou lightly. sets. Inviting as an I iglqp! paper legal form, etc. We I City office of "Starke of Chief, Florida of Police- of the T. Frank Landrum. Starku Pla.. ; '
    41 I
    Attya for Plf 7-115 t-lt
    ----------. -- --.,. have a large supply. tinder the authority voeted. I In ',
    me I dnnlvnate a. Innpectori.. and
    IV: CIRCUIT CO5-IIT, BRADFORD the Clerk: 4, ''
    roi NTV. FLORIDA II CHANCKKT. ; 1. K. .F. emoreet.. Innpertor. 4 ylt
    J. 2. F. O. ilemlnirway, Inepector
    3, T. R. William". I nxpeutor, '
    Ruth C'alller. Plaintiff va. fawrenreCattier 'l6
    fendant.. ran No 6783. a E. Sparka, Clerk: 'A. r dIaJ I ,
    NOTICE' TO APPEAR!: Mayor of the City f 8ark"! Fla. 1, .. 5 9 f i rv

    Calller, whoa residence I I. Carl John. City Clerk. (SEAL)
    unknown.. 7.4 Bt 8-1 ,
    You ar. rAqulr' to appear' on -
    v August ii. 1947 In the above: named ix" rinriiT rot'NT. BRADFORD k
    Court and cause, wherein plaintiffHeeks COl MTV. ....OHII.... IM tllAV-
    divorce. Bradford County CKHV.
    Telegraph shall publish this Order Wad. Crawford plaintiff ties Leonle. ,
    In next four weekly. l.au".. Crawford Defendant.. Case No
    Wltnu. my hand and official 5798. Enjoy the Southeast's p
    seal at Btarke, Florida this July ORDER op PUBLICATION ,
    9. 1147. AND NOTICH TO API'KAFt ,
    (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. ThomasYOU'D STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lrf-onle
    Crawford whon realdence. la un Famous I
    known. '
    You are required to appear on t
    August 19. 1947, In; the shove. named
    Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff AttractionsPALATKA t
    SMILE WITHvJTISFACTION reeks divorce, llradford County
    ELP BUILD- Tuleirraph Shall putllnh this, OrderIn i
    ( < / TOO/ next four weekly laeueii.Wltn I
    "i.N niy hind anil offlrlul I
    X sent ar Htarke, Florida thla July
    15, 1947.OFFICIAL. v ,,
    MERICA'S AIR POWERAIR ( 8R\L) A. J. Thomas,
    I An Clerk of raid Court. ;
    .r. t .1:7: Hy I.ucllln C Conner, I' r.
    i iHECALLING' '
    .. It K.: Knight Htarke, Fla. RAVINE i js j
    : for Plf 7-19 4t 8-8
    FORCE Atty.
    DAY, AUGUST 1ST GAROr.NSPalatka : \; .

    nmiir rornT IInAnrOHD
    v* IM '

    ::0| one today questions the fact that the whole future of the (cOf..rY.'KHV.CnlumbuM: Fl.OIIIKtl l> CHIN. Fluri'Ja may I

    mted States may rest in the very clouds over your head. And Plaintiff' v. Ptitppn;Kinlly Brooke floiitherland Smith-. rightly claim to hf ono .y

    'eflew, reorganized Air Forces give thousands of eligible young .. f erland l. I.t.nd"nt."ao.PUBLICATION.. No. 5783, of the worlrt'i moilbrautiful
    'en an take active in building America's ORDER ne,.
    opportunity to an part AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Rpuf vluringatalea
    power the well in the sky. > STATE H''P FLORIDA to: Emily
    on ground as as 4 PYooke "oulh..I."d. whoxe r.Hl- seaton. Thou- '

    You may for example enlist in the Air Forces for three PHONE 150 .dence.:r.w., and Vlrg'lnla...dd..... U K. F. ..,. I, and* upon Ihouundiofaialraj .

    farteJl you have a specialty which will qualify you you may You are required to appear on camrlliu and
    TAXI'SERVICE Auituet 11. 1947, In the above named ,
    to enlist in a grade at higher pay. Court ami cause wherein plaintiff I other lovely bloom
    If the Aunerve ....I'a divorce. Bradford County t
    you had Air Forces experience you may join Telegraph shall publish this Order make Palataa Ravinr
    and continue aviation training outside of In next four weekly l leau..
    your military .j' / ..." my hand. and official Card na .pot worth ;? i
    "mess hours. feral i.
    at Slark..Flo..lda. thla July Y,
    eeing while open, dur-
    , Or,you may join the Air National Guard and perhaps beoomiI'gible Fresh WaterBREAM 1S47 OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. Thomas log the period from
    for Air National Ae Clerk of said. Court.Ry
    advanced technical training at special I.ucllle. C Conner.. D. f! January hi to May III.Enjoy.
    f wd schools. Dan Kelly Fernandlna, Fla.
    Atty. for Plf. fat tt 1-1 .
    On Air Force Day make a point of finding out everything _

    bout Air Aviation Career Plan !'lOTIO" I
    your Forces especially the new TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN;

    ribed below. Full details can be obtained at your U. S. Army Notice' l is horeby given that I the Southeast'sFamous t
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    fruiting Station.NOWTHI and PERCH of Estate of Heaborn Ii 1'"
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    August 1947 apply' to the County
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    'Ill e kind of aviation training you want and he will provide you fR fStflISH: beer lovers,' and a perfect accompaniment; for the u ,,

    an application blank and a complete list of available courses. ... ,.

    When you are elected to attend the course of your choice Southeast's favorite food Always ask for JAX Beer,

    ou.enlist in the Army Air Forces for 3, 4 or 5 years. After your COME DOWN
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    Two Pros Fight At card both my bend and officialKrai it CARL JOlINB Witness my hand and official Neip' "tl'\ !' ''I'PPr'..
    bouts on tonight's lit tttarkD, Florida, thin July I ,
    Hfiil at Stark Florida thus July b: 247 +
    Comic Ads
    Begins :/0. 11141. COt'HT. :;I(1DF011D Beat nn h
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    took a (OFFICIAL SISAL) A. J. Thomas (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas August I
    Last Friday ,? Reflecting the modern trend of An Clerk I ('hat Y. Clerk of said Court. 211 mi- In 1 1 0
    of said A
    Court! *
    C H. Harper announces Tlnon. Plaintiff 1 VII Court .
    Manager decision over Slugger Chaffln 134. the wide popular appeal of T. Frank Lund rum, Htarke"' Fin. I 1'lan'b.. Tlnon, Defendant cane !ii
    that the popular professional, using ZH'h II l>oiiKla Qalnesvllle FlaAtty. Telell'raphhal "-J of the bouts on Friday. Atty. for I'lf. 8-1 tt 8-22 No- IiMOM 7-U '. hi
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    Charlie Morrhmn 135, will return comics In advertising Harley F. ORDER foul ? 'j Ihl.
    APPEAR .
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    July 18, were: 1\' ('IRCI II' rot'HT. ItflADFORIroi Witness 1m ,
    ;: to Boom Town to meet Kldcl I Strong, well-known local Jeweler Notice In hereby given that the 8TATK OF FLORIDA In: Hlatich \TI', Fi.oitiuti iCIIVN: seal lOt Star MI, rldeM .
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    152, Bland Ing City whose reeldenes l l la
    Camp Tlnon 31.
    Eddlng Council of Hiurke. Floridawill I lb,.
    Wells, 130( as tonight's (Friday) In thIs week starting a aeries of hold a meeting In the City hart Street, Newark New Jerney. ( r.iiv.ferll Emerson Nellly Plaintiff v.. (OFFrCI"r.11',11 ,
    158 on
    took a decision over Jerry Hall at 4 on o'clock P. M.. AuKtixtIK I You are required to appear ,
    cartoon ads to be called Mildred Johnston Nelhv. Detendant.C. A. t'lurk \ J
    "Strong namedCourt ilr
    attraction. Morrison wona the above : an'A 71
    headline 1 47. In
    A. D. 194T for the purpose of August ..... No. BH5S.OUDEH Jr'
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    fort Belvolr Comics". hearing complaints from owners. oraventN and cause, wherein plaintiff I Prank Li, ,
    decision In Jacksonville Tues- Bradford County OF PUBUCATION Ally. fur rttlr' etarkgl
    Henry Cannon, 148 Navy, wona Mr Strong states that the com of, real estate..thf"r.h: : seeks divorce. t.l, ,!
    day night on a TKO. property the value .. "_ ..v. p
    also another decision over the 138-pound ics pongee continuity and urges peen fixed by the City Ase5eor of I A .
    Harper announces Taxes and accepted by the CouncilHy A
    subscribers of the Telegraph to
    ,"surprise" for tonight In the person Porto Rican Sherry. order of the City Council ofBAR -.r. 1Ir '
    them In this Issue *
    begin reading
    of Johnnie Chapman 143, of Battling Brown 138, Atlanta *
    j Macon Ga, who lit described as lost to Kldd Weils, 130( by a KO. and continue throughthe aeries .
    "I believe that I am the first to : ltll-rr.tu, 1, 1 \'
    use this new" type of advertisingIn fBl I.'J. I j'.;:"Sl tlil' ,
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    DEARBORN SPACE HEATER-THE 347 Bronyon, Defendant. Cam No.
    FINEST MADE. STAT OP FLORIDA to: Alexander -,
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    The Slade Gas Company offers you the following "September, You are I.required 1947 In to appear the above on I
    named Court and cause, wherein
    advantages in supplying with Gas: plaintiff seek divorce Bradford
    r you County Telegraph shall publish this'

    ,f ; These are facts well worth considering when ,,...Iot
    you plan to purchase your Gas. W.C.T.U., HOtW_.0I .. Every Day

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    facilities of 18,000 Rations which will be drinker may become addicts, Meat My cues a etuuta : Is ;
    7 increased to 36,000 in September. and.effort a person of alcohol may without die from eves the STARKE DRY CLEANERS Bargain Day at th

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    iy 3.-We carry public liability insurance protecting
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    PAGE EIGUT Al6C9fl,
    I I Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
    I .
    There will\ bo five Order In next four weeklyrur\ ". St.rke. Fla.It next four weekly I..u. STATE MOTH i
    "hot stuff" F. Strong clerk. OK 'II'P
    Harley CARL JOIlNS V
    Two Pros Fight At Witness my hum nd official Witness my hand and official Johnston
    bouts on tonight's card, both seal Mt Hlarke.: Klurldu thla JulyOFFICIAL. I seal. .at Stark., Florida, thin July III: an Bee NMIITelenrnph 1.
    Begins Comic Ads 26, 19.1. iv: (' c-otiiT. 1111..1)11'0110 11, 1947. 'I'' h
    Boomtown Tonight amateur and professional ,. You ,
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    I ( BRAD A. J. (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. S, Thomas, Augost 29,
    Last Friday ,;JMorrJson took .a the modern trend of Clerk 1nY. Aa Clerk of said Court. Court "''t".I.
    Reflecting of said Court. 1 nl miff, vii.llanrha and tut,
    Manager C H Harper announces C" ....
    134. ... I TIf.nb..re: Cane Hy Lucille C. Conner D. C. .kM "Ivn, ,
    Chaffln T. Frank "Hlurke. FI.
    decision over Slugger Landrum .
    using the wide popular appeal of Zach H l>nn"la>, Qalneavllle, Fin ih.. 'Whb' ,
    the professional
    that popular Atty. for Plf.. 8-1 41 8-23 N 6NO"
    for Pit 7-18 41 stIS In -'
    Results of the bouts on FrIday. OHDEn OP Pt'nLNATIOSAND : Atty. next fouiWine :lh
    Charlie Morrtnon. 133, will return comics In advertising Harley vomlol] I, NOTICE TO APPEAR; court. ; ,,* ,t ,
    JlIItDFOnlJC'OI ? ,
    to Boom Town to meet KUd July 18, were: 1 Strong, well-known local jeweler) Notice In hereby given that the S'rATOF; FLORIDA. to la: 5 HlanrheTlsun ftotl- ( iHCiir Nfl.' FI.OHIUAI Ililt*'. seal at Stan ,,;' dd' ,'(14tt( '
    Eddlng, 152, Camp Blandlng. I' City Council of Htnrke, Florliln whose residence c'KHV.Peril 31. 1947. \\.10
    Wells 130, aa tonight's (Friday) IH thiscartoon week starting: a series of will hold n meeting Ithe City hart fetreM. Newark New JerH.y.You Emerson Nellly. Plaintiff. v.. (OFFICIAL n \ '
    took a decision over Jerry, 158 ads to be called "Strong Hall at .:00 o'clock P. M. AuaiiHt' are rmiulred'. the to..t.appear<.ve m:3 Mildred John ton Nellly, Defendant.Cuae I An Clerk .if ',.1 T
    headline attraction. Morrison wona 10, A. D. 1947 for the purpose of August IS. 1941 In No 5055.ORDER V. Frank ,
    Belvolr Va: wherein plaintiff IM?\11
    Fort Comics". hearing complaints. from owner or and causa PURLICATIOK
    reeks OF 'tieAttR ,
    decision In Jacksonville TUes- I divorce. Bradford County for 1I! I
    agents of real entitle or peraonalproperty
    148 Navy, wona Mr states that the com- '
    Henry Cannon t
    day night on a TKO.Harpl'r the values of which have i ihren I ,
    another decision over the 138-pound ics possess continuity and urges fixed by: the City l AHenaor o( I
    "surprise" also for tonight announces In the person Porto Rican, Sherry. a'.l: subscribers of the Telegraph to I Taxes Ky order and accepted of the City bY the Council Council of *

    6 of Johnnie Chapman 145, of Battling Brown 138, Atlanta, begin readingthem In this Issue *

    t Macon Ga., who is described as lost to Kidd Wells, 130, by a KO. I and continue through/ the aerie A i : )
    "I believe that I am the first to 1CBlIr.t1.ETS:: ] r 4

    use Starke this new," Strong type stated.of advertisingIn II. ,%' Juai.l M. Jsiilll\ ..

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    DEARBORN SPACE HEATER-THE 1.147ORDER llronnon,OF Defendant.PITIH-lr'ATIO. Cane No. J\_ A 1W t 1 llj II I

    Lfronnon whore r. nldenoeRddreim .
    I.: 19201 KeatlnR Ave.
    % A. J, Summers, Detroit Mid

    The Slade Gas Company offers you the follow- September You are I required, 1947, In to apvel the .i
    named Court and uuune, vt ,
    in with Gas plaintiff.. seeks divorce Drn. ,.
    ing advantages supplying you : County Telegraph hall publlnlW.C.T.U 1 ,. .'. ,"

    i These are facts well worth considering when -.' ,. 'r:;.... ,,.F.

    .' you plan to purchase your Gas. ,'1 kf.;.


    b William J. Mayo said: .

    1.-Our storage in here in Starke. We have storage "Thne out o f every ",;n';

    i facilities of 18,000 gallons! which will be ilrlnkera may become addL'. ...1 _

    ', increased to 36,000 in September. and a person may die from ., .. '., ,." ,I ..';:'(...,.
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