Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Bradford County Telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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General Maintains ,Dignity Throughout:

rrorr llg Surren'at1'J"rJCeremony. . Forty Sons oi

_MW..An. -Killed for l !....1fry. GI Lost on Mindanao H'LU

t',q;;.gt.;,. Tf"t\' .. W.Slit Ander mt.i Dlv'oit Jr I'_ office.of our He,Japanese-American entered, and throughone interpreter3 - '' >l o S'XTY-SEVEN -- -. Official :,:2' Publication Established In 871. I .

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signed surrender both document copies ;of one the copy formal In Tornadoes Face Cross City Commissioners Ban '

Japanese and one in English.In Tonight; Sunday Hunting School Trustees Canova Elected I i :

spite of the widespread Im- f

preHNiou that all .la pa note look Chalk Up 33..12Vin\ Over Bunnell The Board of County CommUaloners Discuss
like Levy To Head
r 'overgrown rats, General met for their regular sea Council; J
- Morozuml managis to be an lon Monday. It was agreed to
Sept. 8, 1945 Imposing flgiir. lie Paced '>y the stellar perform' u
Ua about prohibit Sunday hunting In Brad For
Mindanao P. I. 60 year* old and wore a lis- ance of Halfback Charles Mooney 'I ford County during the present AuditoriumArthur Police NamedStarke'a
the Rotarians
purple Tornadoes Asked
1 enjoying writing this tlnguUhnd (rriiy moustache and BH S i oeason.

tarn first column since_ cenaorinu1niJved beard. He was dre<. ed In his emerged over an victorious outclassed with but a 33.12'win '''I To Help At USOA A contract was awarded to R. McKae. county school city government wa' t ' '

: Once more the neat field uniform and did not Bunnell eleven at plucky Raymond' Crosby for the buildingof lIupprlnt! ndl"nt; Foster Shi Smith, reorganized Tuesday night 1 for I

I"UC8'! wll! know the taste wear glaven-again contrary to Friday Bradford Park ; plea from the USO Club for a vat for creosoting! lumber to principal of BUS: and, K. O, Dun- the new year with officers being

1 ernmcnt glue for the boys 'the traditional curloon-Jap. lie nlg'bt.Although active! volunteer assistance was I'be construcifd near the barn used' can Orlo Wiggins and S. A. \Vel- sworn In and appointments beIng 1

bt licking their own enve- was n little taller thun the he carried the bnll for : voiced by members' of the staff al f for storing road equipment. don, trustee of Spe c I a I Tax made to the police force
instead of son of three of the five BHS touchdowns, : the regular luncheon of School District '
Ifran now on average Nippon but meeting The county tax assessor's tax No. Zi, met Mon Two nsw members, L. A Can- !
| .the job for the censor to still I Imagine that our nix-foot Mooney's luck turned sour early the Rotary Club Wednssday. The roll was approved for this year day night of last week to discuss ova and, P. I.. Bridges were seated -

Bonce g more we can write the honor guard lnipres"e<| him. Tlie lu the fourth quarter when he program was under the directionof The Bimrd met Saturday to the great need for an adequate on the City Council, and Mr. '

| al t lome with no holds bar- whole ceremony moist have been fell and broke his collar bone, the Rev. Grover Alison, a mem- I close out the fiscal year and approve auditorium and equipment for I I Canova was elected!' chairman for ,

quite a dose for the old boy to putting him out of the lineup for ber of the USO Operating Committee some Items on the budget. sam at Drudford High School. I the ensuing year. Holdover members \ f '

oclIV!, i waUhrd Jap Lleu- swallow, the remainder of the 1045: schedule who presented MIss Mar- It wa stated that there Is a'I are K. Q. Duncan, C. A. ldW f.In.,..:.

General Morozunil, cpom-i On hU walk from the plane to garet Am: Young and Miss Celia definite nerd for n new and. larger I Knight and E. : l.J":- ;,;

01 t'I' of the 33th lap Army the office Gi-n. Morozumi was The Tornadoes were caught Israel, members of tho USO staff. Red Cross Course auditorium as the present! one r. '" ''' ..d- W. Hayes. "

I of all Japanese forces onLna accompanied by a few MFs and a napping at the opening whistle Miss Isriel explained the great will seat only one-third of the Previous to the ;

) U render to Brig.' Captain. Hundreds of GIs and when BHS klcked-off and Bunnell need for volunteers to help staff student body. BUS now hall an .. organization of -

Ijowph C. Hutchison (Sun- Filipinos two out of every three proceeded to carry the ball the USO on week-ends and asked Starts Monday' enrollment of more than 1100 .,. ''... the new council

I Flo.) who l I" now the Dixie armed with I a camera, pressed straight down the field for a score. that Rotarians and their wives pupils It was stated that there ". the old council .

Lit Commander. I..t close for the inevitable snapshots.On The try fur extra point failed. On "take over" one Saturday night in Is a need for an auditorium not .1. mot paid I cur- ,

( front of Headqudrtera was his return to the plane the the aecon,1 play after Bunnell's each month. Miss Young playedfor . " .., '" .._. only to seat all pupiU, but for the .: rent bill I and a II :

hi Hutchison's guard of honLpeclally Jap general was accompanied by kick-off. Billy Edwards'ran 45: group singing with members use of large civic meetings of adjourn d. Retiring 'J 1" ,

assembled with Lt., Col. Hal Haidenberg (Eutaw, yards for a touchdown, but the using USO song sheets An Interesting all types.In .. m embers ;
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teklnff care for this occasion. Ala.) Whn they reached the play was called back because of exhibit of shellcraft and dlsc'isMlng piano! for the proposed . : of the old coun- I .

wirttd of 150 men. all six 'piano Col. Hardcnberg shook the I clipping. other USO handicraft was on dis .. projoct it was decided' that cU a I' eV, M. I

aar taller turned out with General's hand and the two posed Two plays later, Mooney ran play.C.. instead of going Into debt for, or Edwa r d s, chairman I

,ixlmum of army splt-and- a short while :for official and 30 yards, carrying the ball across H. Nasworthy, chairman of bonding; for the total coat of the and Edwin '

In neat khaki combat amateur plio I ographers. At and a pass to Edwards for the the Community Service Committee building and equipment that the Torode r

ted helmets and armed Headquarters, Gen. M o r o z uml extra poInt! was good. reported that the matter of bent plan would' be to assess. 10 Ma yoI' Chan.

Itrasty Garand (M-1)) rifles. bowed low upon entering the office BHS UickPd-off to Dun nell, a truant officer for Bradford mills on Special Tax School Dla- ... - A. DArbv_ r* i t v '

J1300 ((1:00: p. m.) the cub and Gen. Hutchison bowed forcing the visitors to punt and County had been discussed with trlct No. 3, four mill. of which C('i'k-C ;I Johns,

bearing Gen. Morozuml ar- low in return-the traditional Japanese on the first play after the punt, the School Board and that It In would be ret. aside for construction P. I. P"I&'Nt and City .M a r .

at t tJe! strip, which la only greeting. They also shook BHS fumbled, Bunnell recovering being carefully considered.A I of an, auditorium.The shal A, U Alvarez all re-nlectcd

it from Headquarters. He hands-the traditional American on the 30 yard line and scoring past rresldpnt's pin was pre- county superintendent, In last month' City election!

Iowa here from Segunto In greeting-befcre getting down to with a neat pass, Their try for 'I sented to Judge E. K. Perrymanwho principal and tiunices would be were' sworn Into office at this
of surrender the extra point failed. I glad tn Interview Intel tlmo, -"
j ProvnCe. Mindanao business. The whole completed his term In anyone t- :

Jhe surrendered yesterday. thing took but 45 minutes. I Second touchdown for BHS 'I'HI- n_ nrpt.ntntlnn...___..._...-.. wn....g ............JUIY'j w" ed In such a J project, W. E. Thornton M. M. Morganand i iare
lap general alighted and hate to confess it, but I almost was tallied when Milton Normanran Jos n. Wilson, the first presidentof O. T. Wad were appointedto

f jlowly\ from the strip over felt sorry for the old Japhewas 25 yards through the line. the SUike Rotary Club. Church ConventionWell the police force, ,- .

road thuace up the stonehat such a dignified looking chap. Jerome Johns made the extra Foster Shi Smith, principal of Harry II, houston was reap- --

[ runs between the flagd Already 2,500 of his men hav point on a run after a fake kick. DH.S., was welcomed Into the Attended pointed 10 the Board of Bond

the road. The guard surrendered to us and the remaInder The Tornadoes scored again Trustee* Holdovers on the board
1 with Al Harley' the club as a new member at this 'l'hA.n.. P....-DflIA'...... .1'1'.h.... .It..n.1............. M.n.,.._ -- .. - -
; the walk i h parallel are coming In tut fast. carrying ball. I -- 5 r. M. imreroot and O. I..
lias called .;3 attention, for MBo can care for them. The The extra point try was no good time.At I Harry A. Kenning I I ventlon of the Christian Churches Uuualoy. The Bond Trustees will
a meeting following
|;I h he was an erstwhile score of the campaign here wa.tIS.000 leaving the score 20-12 at the of'', of Brsdfo'-d County was held at meet next Tuesday to organisefor
half. luncheon program the Board Judge E: Perryman: Chairman the church in Slaik last Sunday, .. I
i he was still % high rank- JaM: | killed to 300 ,\Jnt'rl'an Directors t the yar.P. ,.
approved the plan of i of Bradford: County Chapter, There wan a fine attendance from ,
Beer. He around the lives lost. So Spectacular Kim U i I
passed ( you seven ( having the club take over the | American Red Cross, announced the churches! of the county and tiridgewaa named chairman
lie' under the shadow of without the atomic bomb, Dunnell klcked-off, putting the ; various volunteer duties at the of the < fcltys street committee. .
today that Harry A. l Kenning. tho theme of the day was "Build-
lory), and briskly continued wo had the Japs definitely on ball on the Tornadoes' 20 yard .
lal aleps to Gen. Hutchison's the; run. line. On the Moonf'Y'broke month.USO one Saturday night per Field Representative First Aid Ing for Eternity". P'red Dodd. \. i

loose and sprinted 80 yards Water Safety and Accident Prevention brought the morning. sermon: on .
down the field for touchdown, The board also pledged financial from Southeastern Area this aubjoct an-1, It wan I an exceptionally -i New Health Director !
assistance for & proposed community American Red Cross will be in good lus. I"'or: of the : j
|f(a.nnedQuick'y' Economically A run for the extra. .point was.. reception for the new commanding Staike for two weeks beginning topic. ?1?.tAt I.,Exp1ainscryice1.? : .
4 ,jf ,
.. In:the .third,. .quarter.... Billy... .Ed-.J: fflceI'a at'Cfbxp: .JUan" Monday, Oct. 8,' to conduct clartHoa\ 12 noo thuiii? attending enjoyed Offered' 5>' CIuuiDr. . -;.

wards caught a and ran 30 ding. for Instructor In Accident Prevention on. of the fi'mous picnic I I r .. i f_ '
few Plant !In Starke pass nnd First: Aid.! The clasMen. 'I
Processing yards acrothe line, but the dinners for which these occasions'. ,, -t -'-------- ; i 4

play wa-j called back because of Board of Realtors will be held In the Agricultural are noted.' A large number of'' I _
Building of the Bradford County eu
j service men and their families en- j
110 o'clock Saturday morning it vas 260 pounds of clipping.Mooney scored again early ln Organized Here High; School, the time to be determined Joyed this with the members' of ,

ered beef: by 4 o'clock that afternoon it was 112 N Organization of the Starke I I the class at 7 m. Oct. 8.
'of tasty stew, steaks, hash'and broth. final threat by BUS came In p. The afternoon session convenedat

j< waq a sample of what Bradford County's new corn- the last few minutes of the game Hoard of Realtors was completed | Judge Perryman states that Mr. 1:30: p. m. and each church
last Friday with the election of Kenning: lit no stranger to Starke, gave a brief report of tho work I I
fy canning plant could do in the quick, efficient and when Bobby Turner passed to
T. Clute as president; F. M. II IIW. I having; conducted First Aid! Inucor'sTraintng done the
a during year that has
fiical! processing: of meats. Yet to be rlerrnnstrated: is Neal Crosby and with the ball on '
Walrath, Sr., first president; ,
Cuume in the r passed. A devotional J was l led byuiuuirr
lit t will! mean in he preservation of fruits and vege- Bunnell's 10 yard line, rlpn for _T... If u.. u.Mill... _9n_.>_l vlr0.nrool.1ont.. ___ .-___.___.. TC.__. II.. ,' ...._-. _ , !.. .
.luptvr saab )" i ntwiw win AillJinuuw lutl'iwcti uy arousing
much of which has another touchdown the play was / W. Hayes, secretary: and W.: S. took: advantage of this course are jer m o n by Rev. John

[OVa.tebere in the pastof himself as beln.; highly pleased; I I called back by TornadO'a DHS penalty. Sibley tr3nsurer. entl1u8la. tlc In their praise of Mr. Wallenburg. pastor of the First
Although technique
k a market. [that he will now be able to process was- somewhat spotty because of T. T. Hatton of Orlando, assistant Kenning, Judge Peirynum states Christian Church of Jacksonville

.day's "rrial run" was his beef, pork and vegetables the ravages of old man flu and to the president of the Florida and all teachers and other people A recess ','w; taken until 7 p. m.

|with the assistance of: tIght hero at home. other Jinxes: the boys on the Association of Realtors stat- I dealing with young people's when Brother. Wallenburg again

I Wheeler, vocational County Com missioner E L. whole, played good ball with Billy ed that the charter for the Starke groups ate. urged to lake advantage brought i fine message on the ,
board win be presented at the an- of the course which are offered subject of Master Craftsmen."
another onlooker -
tare Crawford. well at
[ instructor in the Miles showing up guard.
nual state convention In Daytona, at this time. Judge Perry- The next convention will be
tome was enthusiastic over possibilities from the lineup -w a I' e
school Missing
and Mrs. of the and stated Vov. 810. The organization hereIs man feels that the Chapter Is held with the Christian Church at t
plant, all
Weldon Godwin and McRae.
Y Thomas, supervisor the 42nd local board In Florida particularly fortunate in securing Graham on the fifth Sun<2ay In
that the sausage-making equipment -
and Thornton
e community canning wouldbe on the Rick Hat and all are affiliated with the an Instructor with the broad experience December.The L
soon to bs Installed in for only 10 minutes.
Hawtliorne. Future can- fea was state and national associations. In the field of trainingIn Christian Church of StarkeIs
oife of its! moat popular Cross City Tonight
p will be under the dl- The local board was sponsoredby First Aid and Life Saving. to be congratulated on the
J f v., R Ferguson voca- tures.Mr. The game with Cross City tonight the CalnenYllle board and Mr. After conducting classes In lifesaving repairs that have been made on .

|rtculture instructor at ferguson: pointed out thatLawson'9 I Is unpredictable because lit Hatton was here to assist In the for Red Cioss Chapters at the building. It presents a much J. C. Miller _
meat market will coola tie Is known of the current Dixie
F Mrs, -
Tyler Jones sup- organl! alon.: The members helda Important Atlantic bathing Improved appearance. ,
I0'' the plant beef and cut It up ready for County gridiron offering. Teams the The Flork'a State Health De- I '
dinner at the Avery Inn on beaches, Mr. Kenning joined '
canning, for tho moderate cost of from down that way are usually partment recently announced the !
.nt t
f beer to be Thursday night of last week. American Red Cross Disaster Re- To
lant processed $2. The beef should be taken to known for their stamina and Legion Stage appointment of Dr. J. C. Miller as
sent Puerto
here lief Unit -vh'ch was to
SIll Smith was donated by the market at least two days be- fighting ability however, so fans Rico after the great hurricane of Drive For MembersThe director of the C1 y-llradford J '

school principal of fore processing he stated. should get a good show for their BOY SCOUT NEWSThe September 1928. At the close of County Health Unit and Health _

t will .i be cafeteria. An- In order for the new canning money. October meeting of the New the relief work he was assigned local American Legion Officer tat Bradford County. it. -
1, Mr Ferguson this' plant to be of the maximum BHS will) face the Invaders with- River District, U 0 y Scouts of to Ute task of arousing Interestin Post announces the opening of Dr. Miller In with the U. S. Public ff
stated. I
the of Doyle Conner its 1946 drive for Health Service and his -
out support memberships service -
the the In
t'pectel benefit to county super America will bf held In Mac- Red Cross water safety
UPOn that heavy de- visors ask that the following rules and Bobby Turner, !both laid up night. Oct. 13, at Puerto Rico and neighboring Virgin About 20 have already paid their Bra donated by the Government _ _
the faculties of the and Ralph Al- clenny Monday dues for the The the of the
ankles State
be be observed by patrons: with bad 8 Inlands. So marked' was his coming year at request _ _
made as soon all the varea and Barney McRae, who are p. m. local poet meets each 2nd and 4th. Health Department.
1'* 1. Make appointment several success that he was returned _ _
the speed and still on the scik list. Weldon$ Preceding the business meeting. there for the training of additional Tuesday In the month In the In a statement for publication
with! ahead contactingMr.
which meat be days by be a Court of Honor will convene at American hail
can Thorn ton Legion Anyone
Godwin' and may
this week the new director said:
life Instructors
here Mrs. Jones. They special caving _ _
In comparison with Ferguson or back in the lineup at least for 7:30 o'clock to record and make claflaeii. wishing to pay his due I 1. askedto "I would like to take this
Ir Hat be Beached at the school by besides conducting general op- _ _ _
tone'" may awards to Scouts who have advanced H.
methods. see V. Garden. Post -
the mall. part of the game. i He also Instructed policemen 1 i Adjutant portunity to Inform the people of
USe telephone or at Lake Butler
of In
our modern troops Robert Green Post Commander -
and Bradford County that none of the
.. firemen railway employees _ _
farmer can process his 2. Keep appointment or notify Mission Macclenny Lawtey Raiford workers or A. J. Thomas Finance Of. has been transferred
!he 'Men And electric light and telephone equipment
Plant least one day In Starke and Brooker. _ _
in one-third of supervisor at of San Juan in first aid to ficer.All from the Unit and there U no Intention _ _

requlrel1 Ib_,.... at home" .:Mr. advance, of Inability! to be there. Sunday- Planned Field Scout Executive Art Row- fhA_.._ In._.lite_,*_.*_!.. _f-fA _TTlA/lA_.____ _A_ _subtln _- ,-,- members are urged to at- I to do o. contrary. to all : I.-
3. Prepare your food for processing and will report on rapid developments quent tour of service to these tend each meeting and all dla- such rumor It
help Plans for the annual "Men and of Scout work In the three and service
I? WhiLt.oer. U ant: bring sufficient charged returning men
I ,made Islands In the early months of "This Health Unit serve* both I
Li.Pla) fa facilities to complete the Job In the allot- Missions" Sunday to be observedthIs counties of Baker Union and are asked to attend If Interested
1934. Ha has served for a num- white and colored for the best Interest "
expense tQ ted time. year on Nov. 11. are being Bradford. Repol.ts will be heard In becoming a member I
user ber of reason as associate dIrector of the community. More
of the local pastors and the following district committees -
by the
.t cans which) are 4. Clean equipment and work perfected from of the National Aquatic white people have taken advant- I
kit the Plant at the reg- area Immediately after completionof Rev. W. J. Churchwell has chairman been : Finance. Advancement School held annually I by the Hart At Hardware age of nil services than the colored -
asked to serve as the and Extension Lead-
Price. Organization
!" "If a. man each job. American Red Cross at Brevar'd.N. people have. The preventionof
his' tJlle! ership Training' Camping Activities W H. Hart who recently! received -
the time The announces here.Pastors C. disease l Is highly Important and
Ptrs at management of the other churches Health and Safety. a discharge from the ,
> be homer he will that 'a charge of two cents per: well In Mr. Kenning first became In- we use many ways to accomplish
actually gave who are making plans The meeting will be held In theWomnn's Army st-.rted: to work Monday this task.
!f l18e mOney jar Is made when food Is process the Rev. L. D. terested professionally In swimming -
tt the advance are Club building In cooperation with the Bradford Hardware Com-
pia H facllFeriUaon ed In glass jars rather than cans. "The health certificate for exI -
HaInes First Baptist; the Rev. with the Macclenny Lion's and life saving as an instructOr pany.
atatid This Is because of the I ample. La one Item that I Is ncceaary ,
the day Saturday). necessary time J. L. West First Presbyterian; Club. Chaplain L. A. Shepherd for the Boy Scouts of Mr. Hart. who had! a sergeant's : for food haidlern. To obtain ,
In from all and greater with Jars. 'the Rev. W. G Smedley First Chairman of the District Committee Germantown I'a. So successful rating at the time of his release, : this certificate a person nvist be t",
'1 to p-rt. of consumed In processing Christian the Rev. Grover Alison arranged wellrounded served two and a half In J I
watch the ; has was he In this work that officials years free of Infectious dl.sea.e': and 1
kany Commented can nthg FOBSrrilRECEIVES St. Mark's Episcopal; the program of music Scout dem- asked him to conduct the first Army_sunply work at Camp Shel- must not be a typhoid fever car- '
::1e cpaclou! well-venUlat favor-_ DISCHARGE Rev. Fender. Church of God and onstration, reports and plans anda Boy Scout swimming me'et to be by Miss., Fort Meade, Met.\ and tier. This certificate can be revoked -

IIId the modem the Rev. W. J. Churchwell Starke featured address by a guest held In Philadelphia which enjoyed Camp Adalr, Oregon. at any time If necessary. '
of Starke I
Sgt. Lonnie Forsyth ---- -----
to me like Methodist.Men speaker suck success that It has beenan "Wi offer Immunizations for -
the comment an ideal has been discharged from the service and Missions Sunday sponsored annual event ever MOCB. He to becom a member of the first the prevention of disease, give -

"14 all too familiar of one at Camp Blandlng. having a by the La}men's Missionary Hours For Blood Tests soon became an outstanding fig- aid and life saving field staff. tests for typhoid fever carrier I : ,

COIWeflien total of 102 points. lie enteredthe Movement h'\li' been observed each ure In iwL-nmlng, life saving and He Is a sound and enthusiastic hookworm, tuberculosis venereal 4

It home. of proce. service In Nov. 1940 and has year since 1931. In a recent message 'Time local Health Unit announces : water safety In Philadelphia. teacher of both first aid and diseases, and give numerous other # 7 '

(Tobe) been In the Southwest Pacific President Truman stated: that blood tests for health cards : qualifying as a Red Cross life MV- water safety. ervlccs. 'I -

f Norman., well- since 4943. where he served as an "Our hope for the future U In will be taken u follows: ing examiner He conducted the Persona Interested la taking the "If anyone has a health problem 'I:;
41 i 14 COlUlty farmer auto mechanic. After his return the truth of Jesus' teaching. To Tuesday: 9 a. m. to 11:30 a. m.; most extensive "Learn to Swim Courses being offered here are pleaax feel free to discuss It : t '.

II past years he had to the State in November 1944 make this message take root In 5 i p. m. to 6 p. m. Week" to Philadelphia's history. asked to contact Mrs. T. H. Os- with u*. a* we are anxious to t J I

4 have far M Hamilton he was stationed at Scott Field. the heart of men and women Thursday: : 9 a. m. to 11:30: a. This attracted the attention of borne at the high school or call serve th.a public to the fullest ';

1 PUnt.It canned hi one In.. radio school of the AAF everywhere, Is" the aim of ChristIan m.; 1:30: p. m. to 4 p. m. ||I the Red Cross and he was aakedi.I the Chap ..r Office telephone 33. extent of our ability." 1 !, i'i'I i'ninese ,

and< expressed Training Command. Mission t ;
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Japanese signed surrender both and document copies one:: in of; one English.In the copy formal. in Tornadoes Face Cross City Tonight; Sunday Commissioners HuntingThe Ban School Trustees ii7aEjicte'- -" _

like pl'f''Pllu'a.-overgrown.plto' that of the all ttldrnpretid rat Japanese,' General look Im- Chalk Up 3312fin\\ Over BunnellPaced Board met for of their County regular! Commissioners session -- Discuss Levy To Head Council;

- Morozuml managed to be an Monday. It was agreed to

Sept. 8, 1945 Imposing figure. lip was about by the stellar performance -' prohibit Sunday hunting in Bradford For _

Mindanao, P.this I. 60 years old and wore a dlrttlngulHhf'ld the purple of Halfback Tornadoes Charles of Mooney B H S, I I Rotarians Asked season.A County. during the present AuditoriumArthur Police Named

writing xriiy moustache and

i..ram first I column enjoying since, censorAmoved1 beard. IIe was dressed In his win emerged over an victorious outclassed with but a 33-12 To Help At USO contract was awarded to It. Mcllae, county school Starko's city government was

: Once more the noat field uniform and did not Bunnell plucky 'I Raymond Crosby for the buildingof superintendent! : Foster Shi Smith reorganized Tuesday night I for
a. at Bradford
the taste wear glawnon" -again to Park A plea from the USO Club for a vat for principal of BHS
.pKi wil! know contrary Friday nl htAlthough creosoting lumber to : and! K. G. Duncan tho new year with officers being
ernment glue for the boys 'the traditional carl ': licking their own enve- Has n little taller than HIP he carried the bnll for voiced by members of the staff all for storing road equipment.The trustees of Special Tax made to the police force r

u[from! now on instead of a\e-iage son of Nippon, but three of the five BHS touchdowns, the regular luncheon! meeting of county tax assessor's tax School District No. 3, met Monday Two naw members L. A. Can- (

1. the, job for the censor to Ktlll I Imagine that our six-foot Mcxmey'3 luck turned sour early the Rotary Club Wednesday. The roll wa! approved for this year. night of last week to discuss ova and P. L. Bridges were seated t

[g,DC* more we can write the honor !guard Impressed him. The in the fourth quarter when he program was under the directionof The Board met Saturday to the great need for an adequate on the City Council and Mr.

lit t :some! with no holds bar- whole ceremony mu*.t have been fell and broke his collar bone, the Rev. Grover Alison a mem-- close out the fiscal year and approve auditorium and equipment for Canova was elected chairman for
quite a done for the old boy to putting him out of the lineup for ber of the USO Operating Committee some Hems .on the budget. name at Bradford High School.It the ensuing year. Holdover members -

I watclwd Jap LleuO'ncral - swallow. the remainder of the 1915 sched- who presented Miss Mar- was stated that there Is a are K. G. Dun can C. A.
Jay ;
:Moiozuml, comEer On hU walk from the plane to ule. garet Ann Young and Ming Celia definite nerd for! a new and larger Knlo-ht and E. I

of the 33th Jap Army the office) Gen. Morozuml was The Tornadoes were caught Israel members of tho USO staff. Red Cross Course auditorium as the, present one W, Hayes. j

of all Japanese force on accompanied by a few :MPs and a napping at the opening whistle Miss Israel! explained the great will seat! only one-thiid of the Previous to the
when BHS ktcked-off and Bunnell need for volunteers to help' staff student body. BHS now has
to Hundreds an
anno, 4 u r render Brig. Captain. of GIs and organization of I
jowph C. HutchlHon (Sun- Filipinos two out of every three proceeded to carry the ball the USO on week-ends anil asked Starts Monday enrollment of more than 1100 aI. the new council,

fla,) who l 14. now the Dixie armed with a camera, pressed straight down the field for a score. that Rotarlana and their wives pupils. It was otated that there the old council i'

Commander.front .u close for the inevitable snapshots.On The try fur extra point failed. On "take over" one Saturday night in Is a need for an auditorium, not met. nat H cur
ion his the second play after Bunnell's each month. Miss Young playedfor only to seat all puplli, but for the
wasJ return to the
of }Headquarters: plane the ", "_ ,,. ""n.. ........__.t__, ___ .. eroim slneinir with members use of Urge civic rentbtlls! and
I Hutchison's guard of hon- Jap general was accompanied by na.Th.a. Sfl4J; .o.UWII"U" ran ) meetings of adjourn e d. Retiring -
for using USO song sheets, ..%n Interesting all types.In ,, III I
yards a touchdown but the
peclally assembled with Lt. Col. Hal Hardenberg (Eutaw : '. nt e m bers
king care for this occasion. Ala.) Wh-n they reached the I play was called back because of exhibit of shellcraft and F discussing plans for the proposed . of the old council ,

listed of 150 men all six piano Col. Hardonberg shook the clipping.Two other USO handicraft was on dis- protect, It was decided that ... are W. M. ;
Jl I or taller turned out with General's hand and the two poseda play later, Mooney ran play.C. instead of going Into debt for or ;" .f' :, Edwa r d a, chairman

mxlmiira of army splt-and- short while for official and 30 yards carrying the ball across H. Nasworthy chairman of bonding for the total cost of the :. and Edwin I 7

In neat khaki, combat amateur phot ographera., At and a pass to Edwards for the the Community Service Committee building and equipment that the Torode.Ma .

.cel helmets, and armed Headquarters., Gen. M o r o z uml extra point! was good. reported that the matter ofa best plan would be to assess 10 I y o r Chas.

:nt'y Garand ((11-1)) rifles. bowed low upon entering the office BHS klcknd-off to Bun nell truant officer for Bradford mills) on Special Tax School District A. Darby, City I 4 I

1300 ((1:00 p. m.) the cub and Gen. Hutchison bowed forcing the visitors to punt, and County had been discussed with No.3, four mills of which Clerk Carl Johns ;.
Wring Gen. Morozuml ar- low In retuin-the traditional Jap- on the first play after the punt, the School Board and that it Is would be set aside for construction P. I* pl
at t tV strip, which Is only anese greeting. They also shook BHS fumbled. Bunnell recovering being carefully considered.A of an auditorium, shal A. Li. Alvarez. all reelectedin

it from Headquarters. HeW hands-the traditional American on the 30 yard line and scoring past rresident's pin was pre- : The county superintendent, last month's] City Election,

o n here from Segunto In getting down to with a neat pass Their try for sented to Judge E3. K. Ferryman I principal and 11'us toes would be were sworn Into office' at this I

Province of Mindanao surrender business. The whole I the extra point failed. I who completed his term In July. glad to Interview anyone Interested tlmo.

be surrendered yesterday. I thing took but 45 minutes. I Second touchdown for BBS The presentation was made by in such a project. \v. E. Thornton, M. M. Morganand

up general alighted and I hate to confess it, but I almost was tallied when Milton Normanran Joa, D Wilson the first presidentof C, T. Wade. were appointedto

[ slowly from the strip over : felt sorry for the old Jap-he 25 yards! through the line. the Starke Rotary .Club. I tKA Church Convention the police force.

mal, thence up the stone 'was such a dignified looking chap. Jerome Johns made th e extra Foster Shi .Smith, principal of I Harry H. Houston was reap-

)at runs between the flag Already 2,300 of hit. men have point on a run after a fake kick. CII.S, was welcomed Into the Well AttendedThe pointed to the Board of Bond _ _

J the road The guard, surrendered to us and the remainder The Tornadoes scored again club as a new member at this _. Trustees. Holdovers on the board
; the walk I n parallel are coming In on fast with Al Harley carrying the ball. ... .I---, - regular fifth Sunday convention are P. M. Barefoot and O. L. _

las called 3 attention, for us we can cure for them. The I The extra point try was no good, time.At a meeting following the I Harry A. Kenning: I of the Chrlntlan Churchesof Boaaley. Tho Bond, Trustees will

\ he was an erstwhilehe score of the campaign here was leaving the score 20-12 at the Bradford! County was held at meet _n.t.. lTu._ __._.tI..v__ ... p.... _
luncheon the -
Board of - -- n.
was still 4 high ranker '713,000 Ja|)s killed to 300 Amerl-. half. Directors program approved the plan of Judge of E K, Perryman. Chairman the church: In Staik last t Sunday. for the year;" v -.O-.Y i _
He around thee liven lost. So Spectacular Kun I County Chapter! ; There Was a fine attendance from
passed can seven '
you the club take the P. L. Bridges1''
having over American Red ,waa named chair I
under the shadow of without the atomic bomb, Bunnell klcked-off, putting the various volunteer duties at the : that Cross announcedttoday the churches of the county and man of tr. 'city's street committee. f If _____
and continued ball on the Tornadoes' 20 yard I Harry A. Kenning the theme of the 'day was "Build- I
TV, briskly wo; had the Japs! definitely on USO Saturday .,
one night
per Field I
il steps to Gen. Hutchison's the run. line. On the Mooney month. Representative First Aid Ing for Eternity", Fred Dodd :
h..nlcA-.-..- lnna...- .- _nn,4.. anrintntt....... Rn ,",nn1a. Y Water Safety and Accident Prevention brought the morningS sermon ,on I, _ _
down tha field for touchdown, The board also' pledged financial from Southeastern Area, this subject an'11tAsa. an exceptionally New Health Director; I
,asslstanca for & pr6posed community American Red Cross will be in good hcinf:'af of the
A run for the extra point was ,, .
Canned Quickly Economically i reception for the new com- Starke for two weeks beginning topIc.| '' ,,Exp1insrryice'' ".. I
good. ... ,* *' ,tJSAt >1( f "
.. . '
In,the third quarter. BlDy Edwards IM ,mantling .officeru atCa'hip Blan-' Monday Oct. S, to conduct classes 12 noon thosif attending enjoyed :'Q rf r d 1s.- curc l 1l J, it
for I
( caught a pass and ran 30 ding. Instructors In Accident' Pie- ono of the frmrtun picnic/ r I I
few Plant !In Stark ventlon nnd First Aid.
The clashes -------------- -
Processing yards acroai the line but the will be held in the I dinners for which these occasions I ; I
Agricultural I
Board of Realtors
play wa. called back because of are noted. A largo number of I II

10 o'clock Saturday morning it Was,260 pounds of clipping Organized Here High Building School of tho the Bradford time County I! service "men and their families en-
Mooney scored again early ln to be determined joyed this with the members of I, It I
red beef: by 4 o'clock that afternoon it was 112 No: the fou i'th quarter ( at the first meeting of the assembled .rongiegatlonx.
: ,
of tasty stew, steaks, hash'and broth.wa A final threat by BUS came in Organization of the Starke the class at 1 p. m. Oct. 8. The afternoon session convened II I

> a sample of what Bradford County's new com- the last few minutes of the game Board of Realtors' was completed Judge Ferryman states that Mr. at 1:30: p m. and each church I
last with the election of
i'canning plant could do in the quick, efficient and when Bobby Turner passed to W. T.Friday Clute as president F. M. Kenning in no stranger to Starke, gave a brief report of the work

fiical processing of meats. Yet to be demonstrated: is Neal Crosby and with the ball on Walrath. Sr.. first vice 'president; having conducted a First Aid! instructor's done during the year that has
ft_will mean_ .. in. .the. preservation of fruits and vege- Bunnell'3 10 yard line ripe for T.. It. Hill._ _2nd vlrp.nrpBtrlflnM. _ HT. ,......_.__ ._Training.." u___ Course_._ In thewiuijjLcr _passed... u.A devotional was led by i :
nn --
/ u.LIIuen 01 wnicn nan -- another touchdown. the play was *. -i-i:3: secretary; and W.' S. last year. muse wno urotner Alinshew, followed by a -
waste here I called back by a BUS penalty. I advantage of this course are rousing aer m o n by Rev. John
in the Slbley trjasurer
past himself as beln highly pleased :
; enthusiastic
in their
Although Tornado technique praise of Mr. Wallenburg. pastor of the First
of a market. I he will be able to T. T. Hatton' of Orlando
that now pro- was- somewhat spotty because of assistant Kunning Judge Perryman states, Christian Church of Jacksonville.A .
ay's "trial run" cess his beef pork and vegetables to the president of the Florida and all teachers and other
was people
the ravages of old man flu ,and recess was taken until 7 p. m. d dIIt
th the assistance of right herat home. other Jinxes, the boys on the Association of Realtors stat- dealing with young people'sgroups when Brother Wallenburg! again

Wheeler, vocational County Com missioner E. L. whole played good ball, with Billy ed that the charter for the Starke are urged to take advan- brought 't fine message on the ;: .

we instructor in theme Crawford another interested on- Miles showing' up well at guard. board win be presented at the an- tage of the courses which are offered subject of Master Craftsmen." : Iil

school, and Mrs. looker, was enthusiastic over possibilities Missing from the lineup -were nual state convention In Daytona at this time. Judge Perry- The next convention will be : f I Ii
Nov. 8-10. The ,
of the and stated organization hereis man feels that the Chapter is held with tne
y Thomas plant Weldon, Godwin and McRae. all Christian Church at ; II_
the 42nd local board in Flor-
I that the sausage-making equip- on the nick Hat and Thorntonwas particularly fortunate in securingan Graham on the fifth Sunday in
community ida and all affiliated with the I I
canning are
Hawthorne. I ment, soon to ba Installed would in for only 10 minutes. Instructor with the broad experience December.

''s WIll be Future can- be orfe of Its most popular fea : Cross City Tonight state and national associations. In the field of training The Christian Church of Starke _
under the dl- tures. The local board was sponsored i in First Aid and Life Saving. Is to be congratulated i I
rt V. The with Cross City to- on the
l R. game a ; ,
Ferguson "1.41"
"Plcnltwe instructor, voca- Mr. Ferguson pointed out that night Is unpredictable because lIt- by the Gainesville board and Mr. After conducting classes In lifesaving repairs that have been made on I i -I _ _

I It{"s, Tyler Jones at Lawson s meat market will coola tle Is known of the current Dixie Hatton was here to assist In the for Red Ci oas Chapters at the building. It presents a much Dr. J. C. Miller /'

the plant. sup- beef and cut it up, ready for County gridiron offering. Teams organl7.a l<>n. The members helda Important Atlantic bathing improved appearance. I'' I _
dinner at the Avery Inn on The. Florlf'a Mate I'i
beaches Mr. Health
Kenning joined the Department i
'*t beef canning, for the moderate cost from down that way are usually
to be processed Thursday night of last week. American Red Cross Disaster Re- recently announced the .
:ant $2. The beef should be taken to known for their stamina and Legion To Stage I
!! here' was donated lief Unit which appointment o' Dr. J. C.
8M l by the market at least two days before fighting ability, however so fans was sent to Puerto Miller aa f
tile Smith principal of processing he stated. should get a good show for their BOY SCOUT NEWSThe Rico after the great hurricane of : Drive For MembersThe director of the Clay-Bradford 'I

Mhool. cafeteria. An- September 1928. At the close of County Health Unit and Health _
f will be canned this In order for the new canning money.will the Invaders with- October meeting of the New the relief work, he was assigned local American Legion Officer tor Bradford County.
BHS face
', Mr Ferguson stated.' plant to be of the maximum of Conner River District Boy. Scouts of to the task of arousing interestIn Post announces the opening of Dr. Miller i la with the U. S. Public -, I
out the support Doyle _
[*ct J that heavy de- r benefit to the county, the super- and Turner both laid America. will be held In Mac- Red Cross water !safety In Its 1946 drive, for memberships. Health Service and his services -
Pn the visors ask that the following rules Bobby up Oct. 13 Puerto Rico About 20 have already paid their aro donated
| faculties of the with bad ankles, and Ralph Al- clenny Monday night. at and neighboring Virgin by the Govern-
be lllade as soon as the be observed by patrons: and Bai McRae who are 8 p. m. Islands. So marked was his dues for the coming year, The ment at the request of the State

!allzel the speed and 1. Make' an appointment sev- varez still on the sclk fey list. Weldon, Preceding the business meeting. success that he wan returned local post meets each 2nd and 4th Health Department.
*"h eral days ahead by contacting there for the Tuesday in the month In the
which of additional
meat can be Godwin and Thorn ton may be a Court of Honor will convene at training In a itatement for publication
ere.ln comparison with Mr. Ferguson or Mrs. Jones. They back in the lineup, at least for 7:30: o'clock to record and make special life caving instructors American Legion Hall. Anyone this week, the new director said:
'!' "at home" methods. may be "eached at the school by of the awards to Scouts who have ad- besides conducting general classes. wishing to pay his dues is askedto "I would like to take this opportunity

,* .Ua of our'modern' telephone or mall. part game. vanced In troops at Lake Butler He also Instructed poll 1 cemen see V H. Carden, Post Adjut- 10 Inform the people of _

a farmer can process his 2. Keep appointment or notify Macclenny. Lawtey, Ralford firemen railway employees and ant, Robert Green, Post Commander Bradford County that none of the

the plant in one-third of supervisor ,at least one day in 'Men And Missions'Sundav Starke and Brooker. electric light and telephone work- or A. J. Thomas, Finance Offlc'er. equipment has been transferred

l'equlrel1 Ilat.tI, atwhatsoever.home," Mr. advance of inab'lity to be there. Planned Field Scout Executive Art Row- ers..._ of'_4.San._. '" Juan u.. In__first.... _. aid_.......to_ All. rnp.nh.r. .,. af.* ,",.......,5.. ....*.... a*. from the Unit and there Is no intention -
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Lily : aLp
3. Prepare your food for pro- and will report on rapid develop- LUjurvu. rje jiinuv vuimv-: tend to oo so, contrary to all _
Ite Is made cessing anrt: bring sufficient helpto Plans for the annual "Men and ments of Scout work in the three quent tour of service to these p, each meeting and all discharged such rumors.

>If the plant's facilities I ; complete the job in the allot- 'Missions" Sunday, to be observedthis counties of Baker, Union and Islands In the early months of asked and returning service men "This Health UnIt serves both
are to
only expense to the user ted time. year on Nov. 11, are being: Bradiord. Repot will be heard 1934. He has served for a number In attend if interested white and colored for the best Interest -

It It of the cans which are 4. Clean equipment and work i, perfected by local pastors and the from the following district committees of eaaorm aa associate director . becoming a member of the community. More I k

the plant at the reg- I, area immediately after completionof Rev. W. J. Churchwell haJJ been : Finance Advancement of the National Aquatic white people have taken advantage I

ket price. "It a, man each Job. asked to serve aa the chairman Organization and Extension Leadership School held& anna ally I by the Hart At HardwareW. of all services than the colored
his Ume and Training: Camping Activities American Red Cross at Brevard. have. The
tbe time peopi preventionof
''perl at The management announces here.Pastors of the other churches I. N. H. Hart who recently received -
home he willmoney Health arid Safety.The C.Mr. disease Is highly Important and
b4 that 'a charge of two cents per well in a discharge from the __
actually who are making plans Kenning first became interested we use to
saves meeting will be held in theWOlll4n' many ways accomplish
jar Is made when food is processed t'.rted
(1I8e Army. to work
t.t Rev. L. D Monday
the Pla" advance are the In In swim- this task.
't tacllP'erlfUson Club building cooperation professionally
r. In clan jars rather than cans with the Bradford Hardware
.tat-d.,. This Is necessary because of the Halnes, First Baptist; the Rev. with the Macclenny, Llon'a ming and life saving as an instructOr pany. Com "The health certrflcate. for example
the' vlsltIn inconvenience greater for the Scouts of Mr.
d and Boy Hart who had a
Firstcbristisn sergeant'srating
from r the Rer. W. G Smedley, Chairman of the District Committee sary for food handlers. To obtain '. .
r to pkrta of consumed in processing with jars. Rev. Grovor AlIson Germantown. Pa. So successful at the time of his release ,
watch ; the has arranged well-round this certificate a be
lrany the canningmodem the waa he In this work that officials served two and a half years In person must: _
St. Mark's Episcopal; demonstration free! of Infectious diseases i'
ed of music Scout and
:..e cOJnJnented favor- SOT. LONNIi: FORSYTIInECEnrS of God and program asked him to conduct the first Army. supply work at Camp Shelby _ _
'P&clo\1S Rev. Fender Church and anda must not be a typhoid fever
\ reports plans, carrier
and weU-venUla.t : DISCHARGE Churchwell. Starke Boy Scout swimming meet to beheld Miss, Fort Meade Md.\, and
W. J.
the Rev. Tills certificate
the be
featured address by a guest can revoked -
Oi Sgt. Lonni Forsyth of Starke In Philadelphia, which enjoyed Camp Adalr! .
to me like Ideal Methodist.Men speaker. such .-- at any time. It necessary.
an success that it has beenan ---
Is tile comment has been discharged from the service and Missions Sunday. sponsored "W< offer Immunizations for I

a "114 all too of one, at Camp B'.andlng, having a by the Laj men's Missionary Hours For Blood Tests annual became event ever id nee. He become a member of the first the prevention of diseases, give
familiar soon
OUVtilllence total of 102 points. He enteredthe Movement M. been! observed each an outstanding figure aid and life saving field staff. tests! for typhoid fever carriers ,

t .t lIome. of proces- service in Nov. 1940 and has year since 1931. In a recent! mes 'The local Health Unit announces In swi-nmlng, life saving and lie Is a sound and enthusiastic hookworm, tuberculosis, venereal '
In i
safety Philadelphia,
rrobe( been In the Southwest Pacific President Truman stated: teacher of both first aid and diseases and give
) sage that blood teats for health cards numerous other _
Norman I qualifying Red Cross life '
as a saving .
wellijrd since 1043, where he served as an "Our hope for the future is In will be taken aa follows: examiner. He conducted the ; water safety. service r i i '
it b, County farmer. auto mechanic. After his returnto the truth of Jesus'! teaching. To Persons Interested In taking "If anyone has a health problem c
PilIIt Tuesday: 9 a. m. to 11:30: a. m.; I most extensive "Learn to SwimW.ek"
It ae years he had the States In November 1944 make thts message take root In being offered here are please feel free to discuss It
far 5 p. m. to 6 p. m.Thursday to Philadelphia's history. asked to i __
!uv. ** Hamilton he was stationed at Scott Field. the hearts of men and women contact Mrs. T. If. Os- with us, as we are anxious to Y
It : : 9 a. m. to 11:30: a. This. attracted the attention of borne at the '
C&nned" In one Ill, radio school of the AAF everywhere Is the aim of Christ- high school or calli serve the public to the fullest
J4ulII, and m.; 1:30 p. m. t34 p. m. II the Red Cross and he was asked I!I the Chapter Office telephone 35. ,extent "
expressed, Training Ian Mission*. of our: ability. 4

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l' . . .. . i . . accom- end with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. friends. He
s.. Ruth, of Lake Butler, Mr. and the past v ek and was has
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Mrs. R. W Brannen and Miss panied home Saturday night by Sapp. Hawaii and several Tfb"B

i, State Farm Pauline Brannen spent the past Mr. ana Mrs H. B. Hunt for the. Mrs. Rosa Pinl'olster of JBrooker recent "hot spots", Such. '
I 'week-end with Mr. and and
spent the Okinawa in Pact81
I ExtAbUsbed 1877 week-end with relatives Uy Mrs Bryan WMtfleld who has Mrs. M. F. Wiggins. While here boys expect to be ic, '
l i E. L. Matthew. _-?__._.---.- Editor and Owner . . . . . . simmee. Miss Mary Johnson Blanding she enjoyed helping them arrange states in the stationed! 'In
been working at Camp future
Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins aM
'" at the their new furniture which came will long we tl
COMMUNITY CLUB MEETINGOf and daughter, Mary Rivers, were for som time and living enjoy the peace
,:., 4r.PubUsbed Weekly on Friday and Entered tut Second Class Matter special Importance was last I in Tallahassee Saturday and Sun- dormitory has returned to live Friday.Mr. they both helped to proll1ote ve
+' at the Pout Office at Starke Florida. and Mrs. M. L. Johns and
week's the with her parents.Pvt. .
l meeting of the CommunityClub day as guests of relatives. Mr. Daisy
Mc- Louise and Freddie and Pursley
when officers for the en- They were accompanied home by Junior Gibson ofFt., children ,.
Peace and Politics suing year were elected as fol- Mrs. Stubblns' bro the r, Chief ; Clellan Ala., is home on a 10 Mrs. C. P. Cowen were visiting spent several days recently"guest
> lows: Petty Officer, A. L. Buford, who I day furlough before reporting to Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe and of Mrs. Claude L

Mrs. J. G. Godwin President was en route to his base at Ft. Ft. Ord Calif. He Is the son of family In VarderblH Monday Mr. and Mrs. Lon May

t Several readers have taken us more or less severely to Mrs. Lynwood Watts, First Vice Pierce. Mrs. Minnie Gibson. I night. daughters B eTl I 1 Roberts
task for the opinions expressed recently concerning the I President After spending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Wllbcrt Mann and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moody and Robt. Touchton Sunday. :.

f' i Acheson-MacArthur controversy. It was praise of Acheson, Mrs. J. R. Kite, Second Vice his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. small daughter Marian Kay of family were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cpl. and Mrs. Howard
':' ' however, rather than criticism! of MacArthur that was the President and Mrs. H. C. W a 1 n w right, Ocala and: Mrs. Mary Whitehead Johnnie Yarbrough and family of. and little daughter AtkJr

',< l; motivating force in those paragraphs. Mrs. Lawrence Secre John P. Sapp returned to his of Raiford were dinner guests of Raiford Saturday afternoon. Tuesday for Chicago Gerry

r It was so stimulating and reassuring to find a man, Dugger, home In Lake City Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Johns Sun- Mrs. R. R. Andrews attendedthe lived In our commUnity They t,

: r ,i i1 high in the government, speaking out and saying the things taryMrs.. J. :M. Hembree, Treasurer Following a three weeks' stay day.Mr. principals' meeting in Starke past year fOr

I'i i :' y we wanted to hear that we could not refrain from uttering During the social hour Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams, and Mrs. Johnnie Douglasand Tuesday afternoon. MIss Ophelia Bryan

1 ; paeans of joy. When Acheson stated that Japan would be Levy Canova of Starke, with her Mrs. Senle Pender returned to family of Brooker' were visIt- . . . i . . week-end fit her home In Spent J8
r: made to toe the mark And that "Whatever it takes to carry outstanding technique, played sev- her horrio in Bradenton Friday. ing Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrewsand Mrs. Delia Dyal arrived Sun'

i, h i this out will be used to carry it out" we felt as if someone eral piano numbers from Chopinand Her daughter. Miss Louise Tucker, family' Thursday night. HamptonBy from Jacksonville to epenc

'" ., had injected blood plasma into our anemic policy of peace. Paderewski and Mrs. W. R. came Tuesday and accompaniedher Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nettles and while with her daughter

,r 1 .e Why shouldn't we feel that way? It was the first Morse, also of Starke, brought to mother home. W. N. Johns made a business trip MM. M. C. Sweeney Alma Saxon.;
.' pronounce- the Club In Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. to Jacksonville: Saturday.Mr. . . . . . Mr. ant Mrs.
ment, so far as had met our eye, by anyone in authority a meaiage regard to AI Rogers were Mrs.. Claudia and Mrs. Jonnie Andrews last week for Lacy j. Wynn
the Red Cross Canteen work at points
; to the effect that'the occupation of Japan would be any- Cuff and Miss Winette Minter of and family of Lake Butler were JAMES DANIKL GOURLEY in North of Inter
Camp Blanding and then Carolina
; thing other than easy, short and sugar-coated. her audience with her captivated Jacksonville, Mack McLendon, U. visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Johns Sgt. and Mrs. James D. Gour- visit with friends where, they

I , 1 Although General MacArthur's actions during the past I of selections from.Don Blan-review S. N., stationed at Jacksonville and other relatives/ Thursday. ley annource: the birth of a son' and 'enjoy the and relat

I week have indicated that his views and the views of Mr. I'dlng's "Florldays." Naval Air Base, and Sgt. Marvin Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Dukes, C. I on Sept. :!o. The baby has been They travelled in hunting their sea

Acheson as to the future of Japan are not so ,vastly different Mitchell of Camp Blanding. At E. Andrews and G. W. Andrews named James Daniel. Mrs. Gour- house trailer altrae'
In decorating the Club
I ,; ri after all, it is still considered regrettable that theGeneral's for this ; the flower that time little Cathie Cuff returned attended the live stock market in ley will be remembered as Miss William E. Dees
meeting of
com- home with her mother. Zelma Cox. daughter of Mr. and i Tampa '
statement concerning an occupation force of only Gainesville several
mittee Friday. days ?
{ combined in low bowls recently
Mr. and Mrs.
Dave Thorntonand
Mrs. Cleveland Cox. visiting
l; 200,000 men came at a time when, as David Lawrence puts, coral vln ageratum and Michaelmas sons, Charles and Dewey, Mr. and Mra. M. L. Johns and mother, Mrs. Jettle Whyte.

( it, the War Department and the State Department were daisies and the blended hues were dinner guests of Mr. and children Louise and Fred and GLORIA JEAN STRINGERCpl. Elmer Gay left
trying to keep Congress from demobilizing the entire army of these blossom created a soft, Mrs. Cecil Brannen In Lake But- Mrs. C. P. Cowen were visiting and Mrs. Ray Stringer an- Savannah Ga.. where he
r in a few weeks.Discussing. orchid shade that was of unusual ler Sunday.Mr. M. L. Johns, Jr., In Hope Haven nounce the birth of a daughter, visit his grandfather and +I'>'
aft- ot!
this phase of I General MacArthur's statement beauty. and Mrs. Earl Chambersof Hospital Jacksonville, Sunday Monday Sept. 24, at the Station relatives.

L ; + Thomas L. StQkes, one of the more erudite and conservative Hostesses for the afternoonwere __ -Mantle nun*]_]_*_! wore-. n_ -RnnriAV-----" .otlentfl.. ernoon.Mi: and Mrs M. S. Hazen of Hospital. The baby has been Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sterchle
t ''Washington columnists says that demobilization- Mn. W. O. S t r Ingfellow I 1 of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chambers.----1' Mr. and named Gloria Jean. Cpl. and Mrs. New Orleans La., were ,
were visiting rec
Mrs. C.
; getting the boys back home-is ,obviously being whipped'up and O. Partney and they Coming with them and stayingover Mrs. C. E. Andrews and family Stringer have an apartment at guests of Mrs. Sterchie'g pareri
served a variety of dainty sand- for a visit of several weeks the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mr. and Mrs.
:i + into an explosive political issue that may endanger our wiches with Iced tea. and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lazenbyand May. Leland Bedenbaug! !
with their
t''. program for a sound and permanent peace grandparents were family Sunday afternoon. HAMPTON PTA
n The eagerness with which Republicans seized upon the BIRTHDAY PARTYUnique young daughters, Barbara Jean Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Andrews JAMES J. PICKREN AND The
1' and Jackie. Hampton PTA
issue and beat their breasts screaming that MacArthur had decorations In green and and children. Maxclne and Gayle, OLEN BKUENBAUGH BACK will hold I

'a i I, '' ::1.'. been "insulted" by Acheson is seen by Stokes as a misguided pink and three tiny, lighted tapers Upon from Mr. the Hayes being!Mr. and discharged were vial ting Mrs. Andrews' Hampton Is proud to welcome October meeting in the xh

;. effort to trip the Truman administration. It is much easier added to the beauty of little La- 'Mrs. Clifford Hayes Army came from mother, Mrs. Della Thomas of home again two of Its most pop auditorium: on Monday Oct. 8
vonla Rogers' snow-white birth- Jacksonville' Friday right and ular servicemen who have re- 2 p. m. A
for the to stir fuss the redhot de- program
'l z Republicans up a over Miami Saturday. to visit Mr. and will
flX> day cake when her mother Mra. Mrs. Thomas returned returned from'
Saturday. cently overseas
: mobilization issue than to get the badly split GOP together Mrs. E. A. Stafford. Mr. and presented at this time by a jui
Al Rogers, gave her a party at with them for the remainder of duty. James J. Pickren, U. S. :
on constructive touching basic domestic economicor Mrs. Charlie Hayes and daughterMiss ber of students and
'v ; a program her homo the afternoon of Sep- the week-end. Navy arrived here last Thursdayon all interes
social 'issues or foreign policy, Mr. Stokes thinks. tember 25. Encircled by coral Thelma Hayes of Bushnelland Everette Renfroe of Jackson- a 30 day furlough to visit his in their children's! school !

j'11 "Out of this issue, also, there' i3 evidence that some vine, the cake centered the dining Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hayesand ville spent the week-end with Mr. mother, Mrs. Ethel Pickren and' should make a special effort

'4 h Republicans think they may have found themselves a candidate room table which was covered sonDoyle additional of Gainesvillewere and Mrs. Roan Turner and Mr. two sisters, Mrs. Eloise Goodmanand be present.

4( for 1948 one at whom they have looked hopefully a with a lace cloth. The gifts were Mrs. Stafford guests of Mr. and and .Mrs. B. F. Renfroe. Miss Virginia Lou Pickren.

? r, long time. At least it was with wide grins that they welcomed also placed on this table until Visitors of Mr.Sunday.and Mrs. A. C. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green and "Junior" has been in Hawaii and

E GEneral MacArthur's statement that in six months they were opened by the happy Davis during the past week were children were visiting relatives in other Pacific ports for nearly two Portraitof

., .. rj p y only 200,000 men will be needed in Japan. That served to young honoree. After playing a Cpl. Junlor 'Rhoden of Ft. Ben- Baldwin Saturday afternoon. years and can well appreciatehome
number of the children Mand Mrs. G. W. Andrews
and all that It
r k dramatize the issue, to stir up hope in every mother and served ning, Ga., Mrs. Mildred Ross whoIs implies. a
were In Jacksonville
Ice cream with slicesof were visiting Olen
Sgt. Bedenbaugh, U S.
xti every mother's son" Mr. Stokes continues. the birthday cake. On this occasion visiting her brother, Pvt. Lyle Thursday afternoon with Mr. and Army, arilved Saturday night, "a HappyWife c J ,2
lY"" He then forsees the danger that: "Bringing the Noland at Camp Blanding, and
r: vases! of colorful) fall flowers Mrs. J. Q. Moreland and family. little ahead of schedule," his
+ i ll boys back home at once could easily be worked up grad- added to the attractiveness of Mrs. George Williams and son, Mrs. Andrews remained over the relatives, and will enjoy his say leave

ually'' .into a frontpiece for withdrawing ourselves from rtrs. Rogers' living room and dining Baker Lawrence Williams UliSwA.\ of I week-end and was accompaniedhome with his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth EI-

,, c'' ; + t Europe and Asia, retiring from responsibilities that we room where she entertainedthe Mrs. County.Cox by Mr. and Mis. Monroe land Bedenbaugh and his par- She Lets JJs Do The
Ralph and
;l 'tiq .. shirked a quarter of a century ago but have pledged following group of boys and daughters, Barr. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Beden- for
Cynthia and Prlacllla Baking the
returned FamllLAPPE
l., .. .ldr 1 Al sNii.*aAl,rfiu 4-rt aaaiima now_ Tt until rl vnlnn! into An ink -'iris: to :Mrs. Ruth Turner of Jacksonville -hn..O'h--.....
'--' -- -- -- uieir home In Starke
tl i'x5 r isolationism nationalism: and that Kenneth and Harotd Tyus, Harold Saturday spent the week-end! with her Sgt. Bedenbaugh hasn't been
sidious postwar or after-a week's visit with Mr. and I
e Godwin, Peggy and Frances parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Tom- home In nearly three and ( BAKER
rosy become the isolationist strategy. Mrs. R. H. Cox. years 1
Caldwell Helen Whitfield, Carolyn linson. was
eagerly inquiring for old
\Of, b*'Gie! "Gtiellal'' MacArthur has rep a tdly denied Bradley, Sonny, Engram, Bet ty Sunday supper. guests of Mr. Mrs. Buddie Patterson of Lake I If'r
k and Mr....
Williams, Jean, Richard and J,7X3j: Randall were Mr City was Mr. and Mrs.
Mary visiting - - - --
having but have beert known to
pAlUcaJ/ambitions! men and Mrs.W \v.' i'18h and children'
/ ,
Dugger, Jane and "Henry Rich- M. L. Johns aud
family Friday
'g4 changa their minds )In such matters before, and it,could happen aide and their little visitor, Linda of Jacksonville. afternoon ,. -FOR-

4 I again, If, however, the Republicans are stooping to Johns of Starke Harold and Rich- .. . . . . . Mrs. Rhoda have grandson Concrete Block'Construction
it ', play politics with the peace of the world, as their actions ard Kirkland, Billy and Jimmie ; Ronnie Crews, returned
t Moody, Cathie:: : Cuff of Jackson home after a two weeks visit
New RiverBy Any Type Building
; 'w ;ly during the past weeks would strongly indicate, we, are in ville and Mary Rivers Stubbins. with her son and daughter-in-law,

; / r i for a repetition of the Henry Cabot Lodge tactics that The SchoolS Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dowling of Floors Sidewalks Steps

# sabotaged the League of Nations: LAWN P.ltTYThur'lday . . . . . 4 Live Oak.)
1''r i !' evening of last weekat Mi', aud Mrs. Chester Moodyand Steel Window CasementsAlso
pt r '' As a final warning Mr. Stokes says: "Our program will the home of her parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Math Sapp of children of Lake Butler were ,

t y > and Mrs. W. O. Engram Miss Lake Butler., E. A. Sapp and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marion

watchfulness.r Virginia EngraM was hostess ata daughter.*, Mrs. W. R. Ward and :Moody and family and Mr. and
lawn party. Her guests wereB. children Mrs. Dempsey Sapp and Mrs. Joe Moody and family Sunday Lumber Direct From MillJ.
stages. Are we going to be played for suckers and fall for C. Holtzendorf of Starke, Miss Miss Cozette Sapp of Starke and afternoon.

c a cheap political issue?" Margaret Reddish and Milton relative of Brooker attended the M. L. Johns made a business MAURICE EDWARDS: )
Norman and Neal Cr o s b y of funeral of Mrs. Lula Hunt of to GENERAL
We think not, Mr. Stokes. We believe the American trip Earlton Thursday.Mr. CONTRACTOR
rlellbronn Springs Miss Chloe Mulberry last Wednesday. Mrs.E. and Mrs.
Robert Ward and PHONE 94
people are a bit wiser than we were in 1918. If we aren'tGod Dean Rivers of
ti rr r. Keystone Heights, A. Sapp has been there for children of Starke spent the week-
tl : i t help us, for we and the world are lost. Leslie Bradley. Delbert Crews,
/ Charles Thornton, Spencer Crews

and Misses Elsie Chesser, Mary

Can Use More Pulpwood and Lou group Pauline Yartorough enjoyed Brannen.Interesting, Melvene After games Davis the Come and get it . Have a Coca-Cola

'" 1 for several hours cookies and
,, 'wI jtPSrContainer Coca-Cola were served. '
1 t '' Corp'n. of America, Fernandina Fla. k0.lstry
rv'' ,d With her young son Lynn Mrs.
r J. E. moved ito Starke

.- last Tuesday and will live with -f-

her mother, Mrs. Laura Moseley, i
until her new home is completed. _
Homemade Chili Hot Dogs Sandwiches
For the first time since he sail

ed more than two months ago
Our Specialty. . Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cope, receiveda 2L

lr' letter Monday from their son, e+
f k TilE HOME: Gene, who is In the Merchant v
OP 1I0\1E: 0001INGiii Marine service At the time that
the letter was written Gene was 1 r C 4
In the Philippines. S

Dr. O. L. Kelly, who as a yXww

Flight Surgeon stationed In India,

M1 i itv A r, erry sCALL was a Major in the Army Air :
Corps, was discharged through

Camp Blanding during the past
+y STREET week-end: and was the overnight

NEXT DOOR WESTERN UNION guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. RKite ,, t

Supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oc'r
I. J. Williams Thursday were Mr.

45 and Mr. Luther Richards and

'sus INTEGRITY Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hewitt of
lAke City. Mr. and Mrs. WU-
n C-fs lams and their children Joe
This funeral horre is dedicated to reliable -
f service. There Joyce and( Wayne, spent Sunday
are no boundary
with thesj relatives In their home i
lines to the territory use are always

lt t ready to serve. city.When Mr, and Mrs. Bard Gale

ut A returned to their home In Palatka

pie' Sunday after beIng' with Mr. and

?, tra Mrs. J. \Woodward for several . "the Coke's in" at the Field P. X. L

DEWITT C. JONES days their little daughter, Sharon,
remained for a longer visit with 4
AMBULANCE SERVICE her The news spreads when the
uncle and aunt. Mobile Exchange comes up with good
$_.. Funeral Director Mrs. Alice Bouvier of :

STARKE PHONE 7 ette., . things that remind your fighting Yank of home. It's like old home weekto j
its and Mra J. A. Bouvier since last i

',i" ; Our local funeral home enables us to Thursday them when she returned with hear the words Have a Coke..bringing happy memories of days and '
following their
( offer conveniences visit with

otherwise; available and services not On relatives their way In the' home Louisiana the Bouvlers town. dates with the old gang. It, says Keep up the good work; were waiting

a r We visited A-C Marshall'\ Bouvier Jr. lOT ou.
furnish the highest type service at the ,
'"' lowest prices and at Saufley Field Ola
near Pensacola COr1
accept ANY life Insurance policy in force, Issued by ANY come and Miss" Betty McRae at F.S.C.W. lOTTUO UNDII AUTHORITY Of THI COCA.COLA COMPANY IT You aturafy bar raths
r pany, as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation Tallahassee.! ealkdbribfiiendlyabbrrt

carries no obligation. Accompanied by Mrs. D. H. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO., r ;c m'

Beasley and little d au. h ter. .

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High from his first . . . . . . .
year and Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall. Rev. the week-end with Mr. Taylor's their acts of kindness and words )
[ H. S. School Journal hopes the president to finish of this the Senior year. He 1 Is Woodlawn Myers preached for morning and parents Mr. and Mrs. S, B. Tay- of sympathy during our recent
Class evening services at Pine Level lor In Add, Ga. They also visitedin t
Like :most boys, John Is the Sunday.Mr V Jd08tA. bereavement and for the beautiful
. --- athletic type. He likes most all By Elm Crews floral offerings at the funeral of
III Journal Staff United States and possibly the sports, b-jt his favorite is foot . . . . . . and :Mrs.\ H. M. McRae and I Miss Glonda Rrasby of Rising our beloved mother, sister and I
Bradford Gloria Cooper world/' ball. He played on the team Mrs. n M. McRae visited the was a dinner guest of Misses:\ ) grandmother Mrs Jo:. M. Thomas.
In Chief -- Attending services recently at bedside of J. N. Norman Friday j '
lltor Anderson Have four years. He also likes beautiful Gwendo'yn and Shirley McRae The family, ,
Lyle -
.,IOdate Editor MyrtleEdmondson you stopped to realize i girls. Ft. Christmas were Rev. and Mrs. evening. Mr. Norman has been Sunday. I I
Biographies. that you will soon be helping to I O. J. Raulerson, L S. 111 several weeks and we hope he
nlor His Page Perry I
Martell elect the men who will II I greatest dislike! is conceited War' Bonds
fl1omaa representyou people. Davis, L. P. Rafuse. Audrey will soon be better. C.\UU OF Til INKS .1| Buy i ) 1
In the state
Drographles ---- and United States
lacher I Crews and Mrs. Myrtle VanZant. I Mrs. Robert and Mr. W wish '
Jean Hiatt John hopes to to Myrick > o express our deepest
___Betty Congress You will be go college and *
Lila 1 Rae one of those possibly I finish his education. Mrs. Hattie: Kilpitrlck accompanied I and Mn. Robt. E. Taylor spent thanks to all our' fitendt+ for TO If A V j
,ectal Features Davis, BettyHayes persons yourself.In I We wish lots of Rev. and Mrs. Raulomon home __ __ u ___ --- --- -- _
Luella you luck 1 In
caldwell, your lost two terms of school achieving your ambition. from Ft. Christmas and is visit !

Jerome Johns Marvin this you serious should task.prepare yourself for ing: with them. They attended !'
orts You must meet church services at Woodlawn Sun-
uontgoraery and the zest.public You with must vivacious be of energy quick Naomo Brantley, daugh- day night. i'Annual I[ NAMES YOU KNOW I ;
wit and able to tel\ of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Brant Mr. and Mrs. John Fuqua are
speak with
Editorial fidence. ley, was born March 8, 1926 1 In visiting Mrs. Fuqua's brother-in-
Starke. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L.
the juniors and aen' Prepare yourselves Juniors W.
and Page.
you Alice finds'
gave hiking one of her
Bradford High .School Seniors, because your place in the the; We
rs of greatest enjoyments dislike are beginning our third NATIONAL BRANDS
,flMd to think what you will coming world of peace Is before sewing and her ambition Is to bea year at Woodlawn Baptist Church
/' you. Sunday, Oct. 7 with dinner at
you leave high school typist In a large office. a
when. majority of you will For the past four years she has the church. Revival services be- as

e know find the a job or marry and Senior Biogs attended Bradford High. Prevl- E.gin that night of with the Rev. E. FOODS YOU LIKE S I

:her e a peaceful contented life at JOHN DUKKN ANDERSONJohn osly wood, Alice High was Georgia.a student in Glen- charge.Swearingen Everyone Jacksonville is invited to In I J a e

know also that some Duren Anderson, son of come and hear him. The churchis :
.roe.14e Will go< to< colleges: either| Mr and Mrs. A. W. Anderson, We sincerely hope that Alice located three miles west of
us But did was born January 17, 1928 in will lead an enjoyable life and Lawte
or near that our homes.we are soon to Starke. her ambition will be fulfilled. Now -This Week! October 4-5-6 i id

a part realize of the government of the John has attended Bradford . . . . . . .
9-P NewsThe
Pine Level Ask At Store '
class of 9-P has chosen Don'l Miss Ill! ; -
class officers which are as follows By Mm. II. M. MrlUe For4Page i
: . . . . .
President George Winkler. i{ f
Vice-President Kenneth Gri- Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall, Mr. Color ,
der. and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez and Mr.\ "
and Mrs Robt. E. Taylor attended -
Price ListContaining
Secretary-Treasurer Emmanuel -
'' John Tlliakoa. tho Fellowship mee 11 I IlJ g at :
4v t05N Magnolia Church near Branford TTC.
News .. LDv 'S
Mllligan and Reporters Helen Edmondson.- V1 I r glnla Thursday evening. Scores

We have had three weeks in Mr.\ and Mrs. O. W, Jackson of Famous Brands
r which to get acquainted with the I and little son Ronald of Navy I
pupils in the 9-P class.LAWTEY. Yard, S. C., were visiting friends Prices Low f fi
here recently

. . . . . . Rev. and Mrs. A, L. Myers of I t

Tampa spent Saturday night with i

A (
> By Mrs. Mamie Crews c.
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W. M. Smith recently left for
the Army and is now training in .v 44 1r

Make Your Old Car Last Longer By Georgia.
L. C. King is home on fur-
Letting Us Give You Certified Lubrication lough from the Coast Guard and .: ,', .,
Is expecting to be stationed In r
Washing Polishing Waxing Miami.

Truby Rowe, son of :Mr.\ and
Standard Oil Products Mrs. .Percy Rowe, is on furlough
from the army.
QUICK COURTEOUS SERVICECARDEN'S Lloyd Rowe of Jacksonville was iit t I

in Lawtay Saturday.Mr.
and Mrs. J. D, Bradley are ii l rl ll
SERVICr STATIONVAN spending>, the week-end with his
mother, Mrs. Alice Davis.
II. CARDEN, Mgr. TARKE, FLA. Mrs. H. C. Crews was shoppingin
Cor. Temple Ave. & tad St. Starke Friday.
L. G. Crews and Son Yar-
brough were in Starke on busi-
ness Friday afternoon.Mrs. t
:\ Jessie Hearns of Heilbronn \
Your Clothes Springs was visiting Mrs. Carrie
Gasque tills week.
1 ,
Deserve o Elma Crews was in Starke Saturday -
Good ....-"
Little David Kelly has been sick ,-,.----
ft ti; TreatmentThe this week but Is improving. -t r II
George Shuford has returned .
from a visit with friends and relatives _
War Is Over But in Virginia. .
Mrs. C. R. Crews was shoppingin
The Clothing Shortage Starke Saturday. '. ,
Will Continue For J. E. Warren, who is employedIn f <. I .
Many Months Jacksonville Is spending the .. .1i;._..tJ\ '''I I
week-end with his family. --- --= 1 .
Our Enlarged and Modernized Plant Rev Morris, Mrs. T, J. Terry, If'I
Miss Bessie Terry, Marlon Reddish I .
Makes It Possible For Us To Give You and J. T. Prevatt and son, ,
J. T. Jr. attended the Missionary I,
Even, Better Service Now Than We -- I
Baptist Church,at Boatdraln Sat \ I
Have Rendered In The Past. We Consider urday. I I
Mrs. Maggie Kelly and Mr and 3sxa s I '
It A Privilege And A PleasureTo Mrs. H. C. Kelly and children, t'i
David and Windell were visitingIn .,: i
Extend The Advantages Of This Tallahassee last weekend.Mrs. ;'1.
Rachel Browning and Mrs. :
New Service To You.PHONE
Gertie MIles< and children were
visiting In Jacksonville Sunday.
135 Mrs. Myrtle Rafuse and children i
Loca and Joe were visitingIn 4W. .
I ROBT.8EEN. 315 Jacksonville last week-end. - -
Dempsey Beasley enjoyed a nice t

Temple fishing trip to Sampson Lake ,j,
I Owner Monday night. ,
AYe. I Mrs. Maggie Kelly is spending \
some tlnv: with her son in Talla- I ION

hassee.WHEN J RNs-ufD' New Time-Saving Schedules,'"

s _ aaagBBr iia " &
,_j_ l i .
,through the r -\' Give Faster/ Better Service
tarn to normal
YOUR TIRES ARE SLICK operating speeds.. ...."MkaJ. .

Many long=planned tm'prwemerits are being"madeTri; ,and one of the

IT'S, TIME TO RECAPLET (first is a return to normal running time for the big red and silver

[MOM'SCATS '.buses. New time-saving schedules will get you to your destination .

US RECAP YOUR COMPLETE SET Storage Room I t...:.":::' JAVJUUBU'because !"earlier-to nearby towns or across the continent. You'll have morn ; I

. e bus I\ and comfort for this will
: room too. stepped-up. service mean more tripsJ
can mak* mor*> '-. .
I daily nlpsnow.:! daily,more seats available.>" -' ,
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"*.I t-
SIZE TIRES AND TUBES And Florida 'Motor his; other_important plans"for giving ;ou.

24-HOUR SERVICE BEST MATERIAL ,. (finer highway travel accommodations-luxurious new buses . modern ,
WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED i iI .elUS terminals and expense-paid tours for greater pleasure at the came. -low, i
- - // I Additional SaUVlU.///| t\.cost_They'll b. part.of youl'tra el plans pretty soon I ""'"'

NOW -c end .. ( ) J Jbe '
A RUBBER : added a* fait Is I!

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II :t_ SOCIETY and CLUBS Mrs. Haines HostessTo Woman's Club I II Methodist Church "Diamond Horseshoe" r Church--Hour- '7O..1lJ8E$ I ti

I Chan
Winsome ClassThe Plans Guest DayThe World-wide Communion will be Starring GrableAt With the change

observed at both services In the Florida Sunday the approach ot ew ono!
'I Winsome Class of the First regular meeting of the son! lop. !
Mrs. In S I
Jennings Lovely Party For Methodist Church this Sunday. Chllrchea snA
I Baptist Church:: met with Mrs. Woman,1 Club I Wednesday, this Week
the at the Florida that
the observance Playing Theatre their
President of P.T.A.The Sheila Jean AlvarezLittle L. D. Hatnes last Friday eveningfor Oct. 10, will be "Guest Day" and pastor announcing, the Rev. W. J. Churchwell, I; Sunday !and Monday will be Betty vices will be held a,eVening
the business and social meet. i'3Q]
each the
member of
membership Instead
stated. "Each!: mem b e r of the Grable In her latest musical hit, ot 8 p. m J
local Parent-Teachers AssocIation
Sheila Jean Alvarez was
The class: plans for the coming committee Is requested to invite
f, met for the first time this the honoree at a lovely party year were discussed,, and a new several guests to atttnd the pro- Church is urged to make a free "B ill" Y Rose's Diamond Horse

year In the Home Economics given last Saturday afternoon teacher was selected as Mrs. Clara gram starting at 4 p. m. will offering for the cause of the shoe.

1 Room, Wednesday. Sept. 26. The from 4 to 5:30: o'clock at the Proctor )I. leaving. Mrs. Martha Members. of the faculty of suffering throughout the world. Filmed In technicolor against
1 "first Item of business transactedwas home of her grandmother Mrs Pellum was chosen as teacher. This Is one of the great opportunities the glittering background of one \\ \\
BH.S. will be honored guests at
the election of Mrs. L. H. Frank E. Wilson, upon the occasion Mrs. The'ma Lewis presented a for service that we can of the world's largest and most
this meeting and hostesses for the lie
Jennings da president of the organization of her third birthday anni- going-away gift to Mrs. Proctor afternoon will be Mrs. W. .H. render.! The world is In desperate famous restaurants, this story 1tWAR -
with Mrs Lex Green, Sheila Jean it the need and the Christian Gospel carries a deep emotional
a versary. daughter from the class and several. others Smith. MI'.. F. S. Smith Mrs. appeal; BON
VIce-President. of Mr. and Mrs. J G. Alvarez, were ala> given her. proclaimed and lived Is the only the story of a father's ambition
J. M. Smith F. F.
Stump '
b' .Iff Mra. Louise Tenley was chosen who were present for this happy Mrs. Louise Tenly, class president Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs E. M. hop for tomorrow's world for for his :ton, of the son'a revolt, *"""......,..naWESapa
occasion. peace, salvation, goodwill Justice and of tangle solved
Chairman of the committee for a. by a boy'slove
presided over the business Davis
the upkeep of the sick room at The children enjoyed! games and.. meeting. Present were Mrs. Ten Mrs J. M. Mitchell Is chairman and rlghteou all s n nations'6. s.. The helpless cry, tor,a girl.Glamorous W. G. BRAG
A tg the school' house with Mrs By- songs, under the direction of Mrs. ly, Mrs. Gladys Canova, ,Mrs. Kay of the membership committee comes starving, sick and maimed. On Betty Grable as Accredited Teacher
4 num Perkins and Mrs. Steve Wei- ] Gary Ennls, and a novel feature Strickland. Mrs. 'Thelma Lewis, this all are asked Bonnie the girl with the loveliest Violin
don as members of the commit of entertaInment!' Bubble- Sunday persons & Viola
were the Mrs. Melba Giddens, Mrs. Carolyn to themselves to the legs on Broadway will be starred
1 tee. Mrs W. B. Sewell spoke on CD soap bubbles which were made Palmer, Mrs. Thelma Lamb, Birth Announced altar for present rededication. Come with Dick Hay mes, sensational I

r ; the advantages of choosing room I on the lawn by Gary Morgan En Mrs. Thelma Jennings, Mrs. Neva ptl__! _-nl___ .11rwThnr.n"n_ ________ _._____ .n....otriniv.... rn/4 tn loaH. In thIs. Il"r-eat" singing star.Included .Prospective-... -Pupil-- CwbN
mothers for each Teachers ' 0 u --- -- -- --- --- -- -- - .
'a room. nla. & a.
Ennla Mrs. Mamie I' IIUCH\:
TTT to select the mothers I Harper, Mrs. way announce the birth of a son [ world in vfhlch we are living. in the songs are "I
are room Late In the afternoon, the large Proctor, Mrs. Pellum. and Mrs. Wish I Knew", "The More 406 South Walnut
Texas I
recently in Oatesvllle, Mrs A See Sl
and turn their to special Rally Day
Mrs. programhas
names over cake white and I
birthday Iced in Haines and her guest, Mrs. Fred "
Hathaway will be rememberedas for the morning "Acapnulco" and others. It or W-
& Marcus Brown who will submit been arranged G.
decorated in cut and Hobbs of Bragg
pink, was Holopaw. is the !:!\
them to the Executive Board of with Miss Marguerite Gilpin. She service. All child r e n and romance a girl who 1045: :Main
i the PTA for approval. served Ice cream. Mrs. Haines served: delicious I made her home here for 10 years adults are Invited to attend. wanted only to be loved, and a Street
y Enjoying the afternoon with the refreshments toher, guests. with her aunt Mrs. Calvin Johns. boy who wanted only to sing. J.wkson\llle.: Flori.Ii.
Mrs. Hogan Smith was chosen Youth Fellowship meets at 8:45:
little honoree were Virginia Jean
ft as program chairman and Mrs. p. m. '
p -Junius i Sm'th as membership Darby, Mary Agnes M a t h e ws, Mrs. Quigley HostessTo Presbyterian Bible Story Hour every Tuesday -

4 f E ,i chairman. Principal Foster Shl Mary Katherine Walnwrlght, Kay WCTU MembersThe afternoon at 2:30.: Every

r 444+ Smith spoke; on the advantages Marlene Hudgini! Joanne Humble, Presbyterian Announcements child of school age is Invited.
q 4'' ;r or the cnangea!! time to the school Elizabeth Ann Beth Laura Scott Union of the for Sunday, Sept 7 are as follows: f(1/
Harvey, Mary Prayer Meeting Wednesday at
Sunday School at 0:45: with Mrs.
program and stated that children Lane Brenda Jane Lewis, Bambl W.C.T.U. met Friday afternoonat 7:30 All servicesnow
p. m. evening
4, ; in primary grades will be dismissed LaMorte, Charles Futch Butch 3 o'clock at the home of ':Mrs.! the local: Young congregation will ob- begin at 7:30.:
for lunch at 11:10.: Smith and Gary Morgan Ennls. J. T. Quigley. The front hall
carve W orld Wide Communion at
After the meeting a social hours and living room were beautifully
The hostesses, Mrs. Wilson and the 11 o'clock hour.( The pastor, New River Baptist
+ .
was' enjoyed and cokes and sandwiches decorated with vases of homegrown
Mrs. Alvarez, were assisted in Rev. J. L., West, has chosen for I the
were served to those pres serving by Mrs. R. C. Ingles. roses. the; communion meditation subject Regular morning services at the try
{ iv ent. This was the first meeting I The members! sang the "White New River' Church will
Others ,
present were Mr. and "Living you Lose Dying you Baptist
of the year and the next Is scheduled Mrs. J. C. Hoover, Mrs. Mary Ribbon Rally Song" at the opening Gain." begin at 11 a. m. since the recent BLUE
for October 24. TAVER
y of the meeting and paid tri ]
t Ferry, Mrs. Maggie Jones, Mrs. Following the meditation the change in time. Services will also -
Humble, Mrs. Brainard Harvey, bute to'France Willard on her sacrament of the Lord's Supperwill be held at 7 p. m. Rev. Truby

Mrs. James Lewis, Mrs. Charles birthday and to various other be observed. Music for the Parrish Is pastor and services are
Darby, Mis. H.!: L. Matthews, Mrs. W.C.T.U. members of the past service will be under the direction held on each first Sunday. 112 EAST TENTH STREET

Paul Hudgins, J. Gary Ennis and who contributed! to the organiza of Mrs. Alice Lansing with Mrs.

Flank_ ------ -V.Vll_. -- --.r->-n.._ tion.Taking uueaJ"" '__.. .n............._ ae_. .wa..aoa..._ _____.. .....'......D_ u.u..... '...".. .ft.n....".6.( .._.._"._... .w._..._ .-.- ---.-,-- -- '--"-'
James G. Alvarez. AMM 1-c, part on the program with the Engineering Division at

USNR, stationed at Vero Beach, were Mrs. W. N. Johnson, Mrs. Wright Field Ohio. He wears SHRIMP OYSTERS STEAKS

came up to attend his daughter'sparty. Quigley, Miss Nan Wallace and Service Parade the ETO ribbon, the Good Con
-- -Nunnery, wnowHhVtrs. duct Medal and three service bars. PLATE LUXCHl
Johnson sang a duet, "I
have entered." .AMES W HELPS
tl Barnes-Wood -- ----- --
The group had as guests, Dr LAND TROOPS IN JAPAN OF SERVICE MEN
John McNeil of Washington, D.
I Mr. and Mrs. Alex L. Barnes of I C., and Mrs. Stroup of Penn James W. Tyson, S 2-c,.whose John B. McCall, PhM 2-c, USN BEGINNING SATURDAY OCT. *
home Is Route 2. Starke Is ,
Starke the servIng -
announce engagement
ROTO Unit, University of :MIssIssippi -
sylvania. Dr. McNeil
played several -
I i of their daughter Dorothy, to Cpl. selections on his English concertina on the USS Saugus, a vehicle Oxford, Miss THE BLUE TAVERN WILL BE
I i Julian K Wood of i l landing ship which has been carrying -
f Bagdad Ky. and on the piano. The Clyde 13. Rowe, Ptr. 2-c, Main OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
113 E. Call Street I IBTAJutE. Cpl. Wood Is with the medical occupation troops to Japan.
meeting closed with sentence The Dispensary, NAS, Alimeda, Calif.
+ 'QI byh Saugus, commissioned!: last
i FLA. detachment, stationed at Camp prayers. February, has travelled more than Pvt. J. B. Sllcox, Course D, o .., I.., ..
vi I Blandlng. Mrs. O. E. Stansbury Invitedthe 23,000 mil In carrying troops to School for Cocks, Ft. Benning,
No. 1 Irish 10 Ibs., The date for the wedding has group to meet with her next i nvaslon fronts
not been set. month. and casualties to Ga.S Sgt. Ancll Z. Futon AAF ENJOY ONE OF OUR DELICIOUS
i rear areas:
4: Potatoes 33c Mrs.\ Quigley served a refreshing Ord., Kearns, Utah.

d"QI DH. II. T. U'JHLAUT vegetable Iced drink i with L S. OWEN ENJOYS A. P. Leach, Chief Machinist, SPECIAL BREAKFASTS

I wheat crackers to the membersand FURLQtTGII ON RIVIERA USN, A.I.M. Ferry Bldg., San
S wi ,, Fresh Grade A Doz. CHIROPRACTOR eight visitors present. Lookon Francisco, Calif.
414 West,'Main Street N. Pfo Isaac S. Owen
the back of the son of Mr.
page Pvt.
f paper James Leach, 737 Engr.
Eggs.60c Gainesville, Fla. ''each week and read the articleon and Mrs. Virgil Owen of Starke, Heavy Shop Co., APO 957, ''San .' .' -
a "Chiropractic Removes The Temperance. recently spent a 7-day leave In Francisco
+ Cause of Illnemt"USE the U. S. Riviera RecreationalArea Calif SPECIAL SALE ON . .

>. ul W Thompson's Seedless lb.j WMU Circle Three at Nice France. He Is a
l + stockade worker for Co. C, 287th

I n White Grapes lOci 66p' Met Monday Engineers fete, 3rd Army Headquar- B'OXSPRINGS

? U- Baptist Circle Three, with! Mrs During his stay on the famous

COME TO YOUR I Cold S. E. Sparks as leader, met Mon "Blue Coast", a playground for \, .

k.. 4 'r, ,, ; I TIP T0t STOltE 1 Preparations day afternoon with Mrs. W N. mlllionnalres before the war, Pfc 4 ,
< YOU ARE WELCOME Liquid, Tablets, Salve, Nose Johnson at her home on Laura OWen enjoyed swimming, cruising, 39.50'x'
Drops Use Only As Directed St. Mrs. R. O. Nunnery was co- bicycling and sightseeing.
;t hostess. 34.50Alto
f j' : He has been overseas for 11
MJ'' i .- The home was beautifully dec.
and the
wears European
i rt IY 1t orated with home grown garden Single or Double
Theatre ribbon with three battle .
flowers; zinnias, marigolds and Coll Springs $10\ to 12.25
stars earned in France and Germany -
October daisies predominating. and the' Good Conduct J//
i Mrs. Tucker had charge of the Medal.

1 program and taking part were Starke'sfinest

1I I I I Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. S. E. Sparks, LESTER GOTT0I2RO HOME; The COTTON or FELT MATTRESYI !

Our Newest Service . Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Mrs. B. Law ALTER ..I.AI IMPRISONMENT:
and Mrs. Hazen.

I Boxes for the needy people In It was a Joyful event in the
inexpensive Light J Lunches Europe were discussed and It home'ot Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Gott- restaurant Band

.,----- was voted to send a gift to Mrs.R. berg of Klngsiey Lake last Friday
j1l A. Thml8s: ; who Is ill. when their'! son Lester L. Gott- bar

An attractive feature for the Army Wife, At the close*of the meeting, berg, AOM 2-c, arrl v e d safely N"
the hostesses( served light refreshments after being released from a Japanese
/ the hurried business man or the housewife to the members and visitors POW camp at Saigon, In- '

$ l +r who is tired of cooking at home. Enjoy a present, dia. SIZZLINGSTEAK A .

Lester served as an Aviation
8} w mid-day snack in pleasant, homelike sur \VOW Plans SupperThe Ordnanceman on a B-24 and whileon r
roundings. a mission over French Indo-

local Woodmen of the 2hlna the bomber, for some un- LOBSTER t

World and Woodmen Circle will known reason, caught fire and 1 1
have a j JMnt covered-dish supperat was forced down In Jap terri- { {r"I
I I A.VII; the W.O.W. Halt TuesdaynJgl1t tory. Lester was one of the few

;? INNS Oct. 9. All members are survivors of the, crew and was
urged to be present CHICKEN I
N I 1 2 NORTH WALNUT STREET taken to Japanese marine head-

Birthday Dinner quarters nt Saigon and Imprisoned.

In the meanwhile, his par

W. L. Blair entertained with a ents here were notified that the B'Connois 18.75 tip

birthday dinner at the Avery plane was missing and that the For
Inn Monday night In honor of j
CGhe crew was believed! lost. It was
lti Mrs. Blair's birthday anniversary. -
/ Present with Mr. and Mrs. Blair not until a few weeks ago that 1 i

many friends and former .' were the Rev., and Mrs. W. J.Churchwell they were notified that he was sears All Metal Lawn Tables - -

pd'21 ,, ?11'> and Miss Amy Co- still alive anti prisoner of war. 0

burn. Soon after the end of the war OfGood

patrons of the men In the _Saigon prison Fine Sturdy High Back
Ladies AuxiliaryThe were liberated and Lester was Food

c Mrs. taken to Calcutta and flown home,. Porch Rqckers ,- - r I.' .. r
Ruby Johns Woman's Auxiliary of the Arriving In'Washington on Sept. and ,
qf Presbyterian Church will meet for 28. He will enjoy a 90-day leave
' its regular business session at the with his parents here before re 0 .
will be
to know that Drink
Church Center at 4 p. m. Tues porting to Miami.\ Beautiful Selection With Springs ,

I day. All members and interested lie wears the Air Medal and I

; she returned toaB persons are urged to be present. the following ribbons: American Occasional i Chairs: &RockersllKitchen

Theatre, Asiatic-Pacific, Philippine
Birthday Party v Liberation and American De

For Carol JenningsMrs. fense. 4
r Mr. and Mrs. Stools ..
Gottberg have an 1 Step -

L. H. Jennings entertained other son In the service, Pfc Clifford

I her daughter Carol on her Gottber? who Is now serving 1.
; seventh birthday anniversary in a Marine Photographic Squadron Am
: '" Wednesday of last week by letting on Guam. His outfit was recently We Buy Sell or Trade '. .

her have Ice cream and cake for commended for excellent
her school chums and several outside achievement. Dining OutTonight GOOD USED FURNITURJ
BEAUTY SALON ;i,. guests. Little Johnny Judd --
celebrated his birthday the same PFC !MOODY RELEASED ?

'' I day so was Invited to be an honor FROM ,UtylIt FORCES:

r on :Monday, October V' tla guest. Outside guests were Buzz] Pfo William E. Moody, son of Have dinner here In a pleasant GEO. C. JOHNS FURNITURE

....- and Lou Green ahd Carol'/e O. B. Moody of Long Bridge, 1 Is atmosphere! where ;you know
--- brother, Walter Jennings. being released from the Army Air the food will be deliciously

i 1 Their teacher, Mrs. Barr, helpedIr. Forces at Camp Blanding. He cooked and attractively served. PHONE' 43

.. Jennings enterain the children has been In the service since October STARKE, FLA. LAKEPAGE I3LTGE;
and Johnny helped Carol 1
1942: and
I served In the European I 1
blowout the candles on the cake.
as a medical tech- Ij
I j

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on. -- ---- I
FLOCALNEWS r Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Sam Peek '
IBiTs I of of Tallahassee was marry and send the boys in De :
'.nl the Tallahassee spent Sunday at a luncheon guest at the Avery ONE WOMAN'S, OIPBNHCN South Pacific word to bring back :
homo of
I WalnwrUht'sparents Inn
Saturday of Mr.
and Mrs Blllro ROMA Japanese wives if they want t.
Mr. and Mrs. N. D Wainwright O. C.
White! and
Jr., local In- Mrs. Leroy Olive returned re- Sr. Mr. Mrs. G. W. S and lot'a go( at this thing! like we
Wainwright Sr.
member of thee cently tr1 m Otcen N. C., wherf. is letter a-rlved this week ask drive 35 miles to buy steak on the did at the war-All out and all f
and Improving rapidly after j
tM 1gent first she visited Mr. Olive who !la in illness. a recent 1-c Doris Marsh wan visiting Ing me to write a column con- black market and patronized the, alike. At least as yet I haven't I F

I leg'iAIa.ture. Jacksonville at- the veterans hospital there friends here Wednesday of last cerningml'rlcan soldiers abroad'I read of auy Japanese women beIng -
black market!\ all the time. She
wtek In Mrs L. A. Duncan and daugh. week. She is German .
:lie Mrs. John stationed at the marrying frauleln and SS Trooper
business. Moyer, Mrs. One ter. Mrs. Garland Parnell even paid! as much as $3 for apall' <'
I I.T to of Naval Air Station In Jackson- bringing them back to our coun- 4 '
'inS has received Wiggins, L. G. Hemingway and A* for me I have been through <
Bill Proctor Portsmouth' Va spent Monday try to live. This letter Is froma of nylon ,\0"0. When she '
tgt and E. Lennon two myself.; We have foughtfor -
are wars ,
spending this weekat ville.Mrs.
the Army with t
We from Mrs. Duncan'u ton and soldier's! ''' wife and so Instead of was asked to watch on the observation
Ellzabethtown LeRoy Grant returned to America, long and hard, and +
C will
left They
daughter-in-law; Mr. tower she said, "If they (
Proctor and Mrs.
writing a column myself, I would 1I
!dU. also visit Johnny In her home In North Carolina last now 1 let's have America or quit an
for their wednes-I I Hemingway K. G. Duncan while enroute from just like for to I lead her pay me plenty then I will watch I 'wlag.
morning I week after you lets
I the hospital In Nashville, Tenn. spending some time the fighting and killing for ncO
I.J, Carolina. I their homq to Gainesville to spend here while Sgt. Grant was stationed ter. I think that it will say as but If I should nee a Germanplane : .

___ n I some time with another son and at Camp Mrs. much as: I could then' would not report It.
un Blanding
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. Grant was cashier at Lovett'agrocery Here It Is. That Is the big, good !looking, Signed--A Mad Americi 1 i
E. Duncan. strong German woman for you, Woman.I
. while here. I am to .
not trying write but I .
she has
Mr. and after enjoyed our ---
and Mrs. l t
C. G. Barksdale I
Mra. A. N. Holiday and son must get rid of some steam or
w A and Mrs. Barksdale's sister, Mrs. have returned from Detroit burst. I freedom for 23 years. Supposethat I think that she said us much as ( rte
should have had millionsof r'
Lula Mott recently spent we I ran say and that her opinion '
. time with their son Robert Barks- Mich., where they were guests of Will somebody please tell me them, then we would have lost will be jrst about the same as'', l
Mr. Holiday's what Is
parents.S with the
dale A-S at his base In Curtis wrong America; the war. I the rest of us. This will play apart of
Sun. Mon. Oct. 7-8 Bay, Md. While away they visited 1-c Ruby Silcox of Washington women or the American soldiers. Why fight them to keep them in our post war world and ,
; D. C., spent Friday night and Why on earth doesn't someone from this and then '
( in Washington. D. C., and other taking country must be considered very muck
I Saturday morning with relatives who can stop this stuff about our around and hand it to I r 1
"DIAMOND HORSESHOE"Betty points of Interest.Mr. turn right There is ilways to be remembered
and Mrs Titus Olson spent here. Her brother, George Silcox American soldiers marrying the them with an open palm? These that one nf our high ranking officials 0.'II

.', Grable Sunday afternoon with Mr. and has received his discharge from German girls? If there Is a soldier so-called American soldiers who I Bi\.r| "The American noUter V ,

:Mrs. I. I). Hawkins In Waldo. the Army after serving In the who wants to stoop that low want to marry these frnulelns are has lust what the German gltta

Dick Haymcs Mrs. H. F. Darby of Lake City European Theatre They are the then why not give him the kindof In all probability sons of German want most of all,--A passport t.
Phil Silvers son and daughter of J. U Silcox. dischio-ge"' he deserves, a yellow parents and are really Germans at
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. the United States. There .fa 'Rf
. one and let him
stay over
t "' 16" O' T. J. Griffin and Mrs.' Carrie J. C. Parker: spent a short leave heart. I f I '
there In Germany and please don't more truth than poetry in this
Ritch. with his father and family Sun- If they are going to let the
Wed. Thurs. Oct. 9 10. 11 bring> them back to this country.I --
i'Tues. Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Ritch of day He Is stationed In Camp American soldier marry the German -I
" ';' Avon Park will spend this weekend Wheeler, Ga. myself have sixteen membersof girls! let the Wac's marry Mr. and Mrs Ed Jones pent .
ATTACK"Paul my family in the armed forces the let the German last week! driving through North ; }
"COUNTER J with Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Mrs. Kulu WhlRham and daughter men prisonersof i I
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Miss Madge Whigham have and they are all in foreign ser war here out and let them 1, and South Carolina and Virginia. ftb
vice. I to
Muni Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bellot and returned to Starke and moved into every thing expect: from them monkeys bring to back cobras .IIIInKIInlnIIOtlllI1111111PnI"',,, ,,,,,"'''',,,,-],,.c II!, 'I'Iltlln7In111in4pIIIIIIIIIIAIIII"..,.,,., ''',,,",,,, ,,,,,,,,,.c,,,,,,,_"IIIIII0lniu._-_-_i"' nn161,,_,_",aumnu''"' _'' nu'-' I on' _"_"nloau_' _"nllnl'',_',, '-1.1111111111'011',_,, .''''' ____''''._- Fl i '
Mrs. Jf. Bcaner of : their home St. "
Marguerite Chapman Long Beach on Lafayette
but I will venture to say .
Calif., were week-end guests of During their absence the house 1
.. ,, ,,,. ,, that none! of them will bring backa
I' '0(6., Mr. and Mrs. Van H. Carden. Mr. I was occupied by Sgt. and Mra. German wife.
and Mrs. Carden took their gueststo I Rex Griffin who now have an

R RITZ I Sun. Mon. Oct. 7-8 Silver Springs and other placesof apartment at the home of Mrs. the One German of our women officers were said better that WELCOME !

interest aa this was their first R. S. Fernandez i
looking that the American girls,
, trip to Florida. Mrs May Dickens has returned strong, good cooks and hard ;1 1J

"WITHOUT LOVE"Spencer Sgt. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis are from Sanford to spend the winter workers. Thatftlcer's wife maybe J;

spending this week with relativesof with Mr. and Mrs,1V.| 1.. Wall unattractive, lazy or one of -- : :.
Mrs. Lewis in Jackson Miss.
and Mrs. Mabel Wall.
TracyKatherine those sickly women by choice and i
Hepburn Miss Sarah Pcythreas returned Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hobbs and hasn't learned! the knack ot home "
recently from vacation
Lucille Ball with friends in Atlanta, Charlotteand spent daughter, Marcia' of H o 1 o paw cooking .but please don't Judgeall I ,
were guests this week of Rev. and the women of our country like
Montreat, N. C.
..... I Mrs. L. O. Haines this for there are millions of ua a"tLti
Mrs. Lilla Donovan of Clewlston
Tues. Wed. Thurs.Oct.. 9-10-11 Is visiting; her son-in-law and Mr. and M-s. H. V. Knight and who look far better than the l'l'J
German women and I'll stand up
daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. D. family of Gainesville spent Fri-
with of the German
Mathewt. Mrs. Donovan day vUiting friends here. any average
has sold
"PRINCESS O'ROURKE"Olivia women for looks, work and managing -
her property In Clew 1st on; and expects Mrs. A. D. McConnell of Or- It Is true. that the Ameri-
to remain In lando several tU
Starke per- spent days this
won't make
de Haviland can woman a good *
manently.Mrs. week with Rev.) and Mrs. L. D. SS Trooper.! I dare say that nota No matter what branch of the serviceyou're I II t
R. C. Jackson Hajnes.
of Keystone
one could be. found who would I ;
Heights spent Tuesday with Mrs. Mrs. Charles Torres r e urned stride around a concentration i t i

Carl Jackson and Mrs. W T. Monday from a week In Orlando with her .. '
camp a pistol on hip
Jackson. in No matter whether you'regetting ;
and Daytona Beach. and a whip In her hand ready to
Friends will be glad to know
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins use it tt will. No-we are the
NAT SEZ: that Blake Jackson is leaving for returned Tuesday after spendinga Mothers of Americans and I thinkwe ar"9

the Guam.S states. on Oct. 10. He is now month in the mountains of have a fine country.We a discharge or Just starting ,

Well, It looks like the lady on North Carolina. women have helped to win

rrj; } j: folks aren't the only one, who discharge Sgt. Bill Proctor at Camp has Blanding receivedhis Mrs. W. E. Middle-ton is spending this war and we don't go around! I"
ourselves for of I
selling a pack
y /L can't keep from.talking too much. and he and Mrs. Proctor are leav- ths week. at Jacksonville chocolate bar to in You'll always find a warm w el-
cigarette a 4
1 General Patton l he a great warrior, ing for their home In North Caro- W.Beach Q. with Dowllng.her sister-In-law, Mrs. the enemy eoldlers. iN' ?l.1

but he Just can't resist the temptation lina.Mr. I know one German woman who
and Mrs. W. A. Scott returned Mrs. J. L. Peek and son, Julian, 1 '
to sound off with the married an American soldier after come and the most for your money at ; It
Tuesday night from a are spending this week at the the other war and came back to j
wrong word at the wrong time. month In East Flat Rock N. C. Hamilton Ritch place on Kingsley the United States soon after then. ,

This should be a good lesson for Mrs. M. L. Maynard of AlachuaIs Lake. Julian Is. here. on a 30-day I have watched her through this '
spending some time with her furlough Z. S. Stores. : J t
all of us. 'whole war Just as I did duringthe E
daughter, Mrs. W. B. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn of last v/nr. This woman never !J II 1

Judge and Mrs A. Z. Adkins Hampton are spending some time worked a day during the span of ." j

returned this week from a vaca- at East Flat Rock, N. C. Mrs! the war. She didn't buy bonds 1'm ., ' 1

tion in Hcndersonvllle N. C. Wynn's cousin, Miss Mary Wil- nor would she allow her soldier mm... MII.LIOI mow I I ,. l ll
AS FEATURED IN GLAMOUR Mrs. Louie Kurz of Jacksonville liamson of Cerro Gordo, N. C., IB husband to buy any. She would m HOI HAVH f
spent the week-end with Rev. and with them. K in01'II I r%
1'IIKItH I ibr

The Sign of Radiant Health MissVhigharn Symptoms of Distress Arising from '" ,

Returns To FSAMiss r4

Madge Whigham has ra- DUE TO EXCESS ACID

ISSM s cently been transferred from the FraeBookTollsofHomaTraatiM \ < r+4y

IE 3 ? War epftrtnient to the positionas Mutt Help or It Will Cost You Nothing;
Associate! : (Home( ) Supervisorwith Ovrrtwo million iKitlUMoftlmWILLARD
the Farm Security Administration TUB ATM E!:N'I'have b"' rod l l tor rollnr or.ymptnm.ordtrtreae STORES
arising from<
here She relinquished tend D..od.n.l Ule.... Ouo to !so...Acld- Ii
this position to accept a transfer Poor DlRMtlon. Sour or u...... Ctomach, ,
O..ln.... Heartburn. a'.pl...fMM,etc..
to the War Department duringthe dun tn Cieox Arid. aoldnntIt of Auk for 'Wlllard'i I M. M" which fully I'
period war AT BiANIING
emergency. ; ItLJS
explain tkla.lre.tmo nt + Miss Whigham served in this

y position for six years prior totransrel.tlng KOI'II DUL'Cl STORE - , , .-- -- .. ,- I 1If' I F'k'
1''" "illInIkIIIwIpIIIIIa' "' !"!iW'IMlUUillllillito.' "J'WuM'' 'IMtl'll'l' '' "" i """"111"11"111"1"11111I1111I'11I"111"' "'"_ I l
} FLORIDA'HVER TDNIC to the War Dept. in I .
, d. -- --.,. .. i
$ 4 a afi January, 1943 She held! civilian iI i

FLORIDA LIVER TONIC l. d..lgn.d to positions at Gulfport Mlsa, and ,I
S aid nature r olor. that viaorou* la.ling.noy .
Sebrlng, during her abnence
when hv.r acts nor-
) d only your ,
mally. W.arinoM. h adach.. eau..d by L. O. Hazen Is County Super- J JI
blllouintsi. and thai nuiwabkt! run-down TABLESCOFFEE
visor and Miss
during Whigham'sabsence
te.Ilm are usually within an I
hour by th. use of Ihl. a.nll. acting the position as assistant '
stlmulat.r. Keep. it on your medicIn Miss!
held Grace
was by Phelps
for the benefit ol the whol. family. )
Drug Slot. and MrJ. Wallace JoplJng. ,
vour bottle now any END AND f I Itl

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RADIO In a ( ,

Now With the Approach of {Winter Colds Mahogany, 1 Walnut{ t

r 1
and {Wheat Finish
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common sense. Acquiring wealth Padgett. I gave them all . .
a gin e e e SeesTheressa II'
tiff seeks divorce Bradford County :<1 nnrirrr COURT BRADFORD
not the neither
t Is goal is
pleas They .
are e }
to sweet. e e t
t Telegraph shall publlih this! Order COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAM.CKHY. .I
i Hill ure. Knowledgo Is the entranceto Harry Moseley writes his sister In next four weekly ;..sues.Wltn.s. : ''I
lay the portals of happiness if Lula Mae. BoatdrainBy my hand and official seal Robert R. !!Rtannard Plaintiff, vs. !
; that he has had the at Htarke> Florida this I9tli Bep- Luclle titan nard. Defendant, Case I
Burgess applied as a Christian. flu. Harry Is a former school I By Miss Ida Ilagao :Mr. Z. Z. Griffin tember, 1945.OFFICIAL No. 4034.

BY. e . . . Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Wilkinson boy working now in :Miami: I. . e 5 5 . . e e . . . . e . A.( Clerk of SEAL said)Court.A. J. Thomas' AND ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR
FINDS Mrs. Daisy Lang and Mrs. Gus- I T. Frank tndrum, atarke Florida STATE OF FLORIDA to Mrs. Lu
't TE.\CIIF.R arrived home Sunday from Hot ale Wilkinson Charley Hersey and family of Fred Grlmsley of Jacksonvillewas Atty. for rif. -21 4t 10-11 clle Htannard whose residence. and
:IS Imss Springs Ark., where they have have been attend I Jacksonville visited his brother _____ address .Is: J'os' SO, Almont. Ml. h- I 4 ;
D ing meetings at the visiting; his daughter Miss ; F1 lean:
arrives I am been taking a series of baths. Baptist and family, Mr. and Mrs. NotlcmE": i'Y':
saturday Church In Baldwin. R. M. Sharon Grlmsley at the home of \ LIVEN that You are required to appear on
thankful I amnd Mrs. J L. Strickland remains They are Hersey Saturday! night Mr. and Mrs. Gene Griffis Sun the undersigned In cnicaKed In October II .1946 In the above named
very delegates from the Long Branch bunlness under the fictitious name Court and Cause, wherein plain 1'' ,
I work on reporu. poorly The Red Cross has taken Church. Mr. and Mrs. Kite and motherof of tleo. C. John Furniture Co, I..- tiff seeks dlvoroe. Bradford County ;
I revt per' the wind So very happy to know my Springs visited Mr. Ida Chase has returned Htark Fla., and Intend to remitter In next. four weekly Issues.Wltneiis .
lie and hear two sons who are both over good friend Mrs. Rebecca and Mrs. R. M. Hersey last Sun home after a short visit with her the said fictitious name In the office my hand and official '
pecan trees A. seas and have been for some Simp- day. of the Clerk of t h. Circuit seal at Mtarko Florida this .....p.OF1ICIAL .
'1 In thO a gay time. On son is teaching: school at Starke. sister, Mrs Ollie Rlgdon In Jack. Court of Bradford County Fla 19411.
bird sings me loveD son was lost in battlein I was thrilled to see her picture Joseph P. Williamson of Camp sonville. George C ..Johnii21 ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas -, '
thnk( I Italy. 4t 10-J1 As Clerk of said Court. .
e1LX: and smiling at me from the front Blandlng vis i t e d his brothers, Mrs. Ira Allen of Bethel was Lake. Putter Fla. T. Frank I-andrum, Btarke, Florida

: Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wllkln- page. We were both stationedat Wiley and L. V. Williamson last the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph iv: nnri'IT roi IIT. nil \DPOIIIrntvTY. > Atty. for Plat. -M-4t-10-6 x
home, my heart son and son Charles and niece week. S Fi.oinnti iv: CN.: -
Luy at Maxwell Field Ala. Good Gainey Monday night. ('..:..y, iv riRcrrr foi'irr.: IIRADPORUn
rest took Sunday dinner with Mr. luck old pall! Mrs. A. L. Sullivan was visiting Mrs. T. Goodman and childrenof Edward O. Jacobs. Plaintiff ve. >ivrYt FI.OKIUAI IN CIIA.V: :

heart are hap. and Mrs. Fred Lang Charles Is This her/alster; Mrs. D. W. Moore Meirose we revisiting Mrs. Ceclle. .Uurnette Jacob., Defendant. ,
keeplll& Joke made me laugh. "How / In Cu No. 4064.OIlDEll T-NIJI. Preston A. TanneL Plaintiff !
on furlough and had been in does an old maid finish her Starke Saturday Lucille Cnffis Monday.Mr. OF PUBLICATION vs, Sally Tanner Defendant e
Europe for ANn NOTICF1 '}'U APPMAH Case No. 4016.
that wander they many prayer?" "I don't know How?" Miss Elizabeth Phillips of and Mrs. Wllmont Drown STATES OF FLO11IDA to: Mr. OIU>KH OF PimLICATION1
: Here Is the honor of Heilbrona Springs were visit- ANO NOT1CR TO
w'here roll for primary "Ah, Men' Stark visited her father Ceclle tlurnett Jacobs, whose APPEAR
D. J. .
e not and address In: !Star Route, STATH' OF FLORIDA to 1:1.111'TRnn..r. : )
full at trouble and full grades. Mrs. Griffis has I am not an old maid. I am a Phillips and family; Thursday Ing his mother Mrs. :Mary Brown Plantvrsvllle, S. C. whose residence Is un. i

46 pupIU. Junior Padgett Lor- widow with a son In the navy night. Sunday. You are required to appear on known: p ,,
a'f. best." ene Padgett, Edward Herndon In Tom Cooper of Camp Blanding October 2f. 1940, In the above named .You aro required to appear on
Is tho
:val home Southwest Pacific on Mr. and: Mra. Walter Dobson Court and .cause wherein plaintiff October 6, 1346: In the above named ,
'io figure out the aims 1u Helen Herndon. Geraldine Mos- an LST. He made ten landings on and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rolllnson was visiting his aunt Mrs. Ada seeks tllv rc... Bradford County tiff. Court seeks. and divorce.cause,Bradford wherein County plain.
cultivate a' ley Sammie Starling C h a rile the Grlffls Monday.Mr. Telegraph shall publish thin Order
alt to Philippines. He U Telegraph shall
a of publish this
of cox Olustee visited .
rst' Mrs. Dobson's In next four weekly IMMIIAII.
;! to be honest !I Carter Pauline Mosley Juanlta swain of and Mrs. Dan Boree and Witness. Order In next four weekly Issues.
an amphibious my hand and officialHoal
landing '
humor parents Mr. and Mrs.
rtdly f anJ sincere. Above !| Mosley Anna Ree Carter Llnd- craft and has been out there since ford last Sunday. L. W. Al- Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Boree at Sillh.Htnrke 11>45.Florida. this Hoptembpr seal. Witness at, Htnrke my hand Sep I.' d',7d

be sympathe- sey Padgett Francis Pad get[ May 1944. and sqn Danny of Jacksonvillewere tember T. 1946.OFFICIAL .
uthful To He never saw me In (OFFICIAL SKAL) A. J. Thomas,
: of fellow-beings Harold Manning Shirley Pres- uniform. L. V. Williamson. Wiley Williamson visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. A AH Clerk of said, Court. As( Clerk of SEAL:said )Court A. J. Thomas

tolerant understand rather cott Nellie Prescott J. D. Pad- I met old and R. M. Hersey weJ'evlslt.ors'ln Grlffls Sunday T. Frank Ijindrum Hlurke, Florida, H. U. Brown Stark., Florida. ,
,mpt to Uncle Dan the colored Atty. for Pit. 9-2l! 4t luau\ .
Erna Starke Sunday.Mrs. A largo crowd attended a weiner Atty. for Plf. 0144t10S v { jp'
,nJemn. To gett Padgett Bronson Pad man that works for Buddy I
i good natured and I gett. Marie Carter, G e r aldlne Wilkinson. He lives on the farm H. E Moorer of Miami roast given by Opal McKinney : iv cinri'iT rniiir, B1i11F/111111
L!.II. pray for courage and Carter Bobby Pad get I* J. not far from the" school house. I visited her sister, Mrs. E. S. Sib- Saturday night. (('EiY.01 r'rv. Ki.oiiinti iv: l'IIAN- 1 Jfil IitfiI

had not seen him since ley and family last week. (teiirire K. Mooney Plaintiff, v...
my .
.....d.1From turn. His cordial greeting was Jake McGee of Macon, Ga..., was Christian ChurchFirst No.11..1.40A3 IA Mooney Defendant Case

one that white folks could well visiting friends here Saturday. ORDER OF PtrnLIOATION TOR ACID INDIGESTION

where I sit.. by Joe Marsh\\ heed. It was so genuine and sin. Rev. and Mrs. Fred Dodd, Mrs.J. Christian Church of STATM AND NOTICH OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Mrs.Bessie I

cere "I; am mighty proud to see C. Cochrane and Mrs. E. S. Starke, corner Call & ChristianSts. ,L.2gS M Hernando o u n ev, Street% HewlnaldWeavers Memthin t N

you back. Miss. They tell me Sibley and sister Mrs H. E. Rev. W. G. Smedley. pastor Tennessee.
} you have been away off." Away Moorer of Miami visited Mrs. Services for the week of Oct. You are required to appear onOctober
29, 1945. In the above named
Americans have meant of course, Maxwell Field. Mattie Hlghtower. who Is ill at 7. Court .and cause, wherein plain
"They say you are principal now her home in Lawtey Thursday Bible School 10 a. m. tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County ; t M
Telegraph. shall publish this Order 1 ,
word for it and getting along fine." He seem. night. Her friends wish her a Communion and sermon 11 a. In next four weakly Issues... l }

a ed proud for me. That made me speedy recovery.We Lord's m. Sermon Day." topic "Sabbath or seal. Witness' at Htarke.. my hand Floittta.and this official H Ptember SOC __ H I ICarpenter's

happy. One learn from .
can any are sorry to hear of the 26. 19411.IOFFICIAL
jLarkln's boy who's back off and let down your hair . one, anywhere.Mr. illness of Mrs. Gladys Williamson Young people's Society of Chris. of SEAl said )Court.T. A..J. Thomas
A. Clerk
overseas for good was tell. enjoy a glass of beer before the and Mrs T. A. Brinson had and hope she will soon be around tian Endeavor, 6:15: : p. m.Evening . Frank Landrum Btarke Florida, Drug Storr

JJi about the funny customs fire and relax with folks you company over the week-end. Mrs. again. _Worship: at 7._ p. m., Atty. for Plf. 11-18 4t 10-19 ;,

of love!" Brinson's sister and friends , ,, Ala
I the different languages Elmo Padgett, who has Just received subject: "Cleaning House. oCoo----- J' - - -

opean countries. From where I sit,that may be Georgia. a discharge from the Army Prayer Meeting each Wednesday For Safety, Comfort and Economy . i
he noticed Is that in an Important difference O. A. Hendry Is expected home 7 minutes
u thing waa\. visiting his slater Mrs. p. m. Thirty song 1
those countries there> this country and some others. From the hospital this week. He Louise Hall and family Monday and prayer nervlce.iv .

Jjwwd for"home." "House," The conception of homo as a Is at St. Luke's In Jacksonville. afternoon. He served In the Aleutian FOIL COUKTIOOUS
: 11 lie iir ('Ot'her. IlIl"IIVI.nn
Church and Sunday School at 4
,,.or "building." But noli place of tolerance and sacred loyalties Islands about two years. ('01 VII. Fl.Ultmtl l\:! tHANMart'lm : CORRECT &l -
that stands for what we where differences of hab- Long Branch next Sunday at 2 Cpl. and Mrs. Robert (" '::11 V. .1 s
P. :r.[., Oct. 7. I'll be there to Dupontand Van Site Plaintiff vs.. William INFORMATION: 'Bus '+
"heD1'e, say home. it and opinion give way before play the piano and teach my class. children, Mrs. A. C. Trlest Van Slle, Defendant Ciiue No OA
la of the Jove and Mrs. W W. Packham 4043. "7 ?
fact and were
spite says understanding!Yes,we I Did you know the tomato Is ortnnn OF PUBLICATION Please Phone 117
1""that it's the most impor- Americans have a name for IU! originally from Mexico was taken visiting in Jacksonville last Tues ANt NOTH'M TO Al'l'MAK] q M?

\ f thIng there is. . a. place n"1 : 'I from Aztec Indians to Spain by day.Lt. Van 8TATIO Mile,O whose KKIjiJllIDA' sildresn to. : William IH-I'fo Hide Florida Motor Linen Greyhound Iiusiaes'

e you can take your shoes A. Cortez in 1519? They were cal and Mrs. Ray Padgett and William Van Sile-IOIIlt71 6ltnd.
C, Klllth Itep. tin A(1'0 7(1.1"oet.( : -
OVV son were shopping In Jacksonville
led "lovs-apples. At first they master, Han Fianclsuo, Calif,
were not popular In Europe. Saturday. I You are required to appear on TemplnVP., UXCV 'ONW", Agent Htarke Fla.
October 22!: llllfi\ In the above nam
After the French Revolution the ---'-
Copyright, 1945, United State Brewers FoundationXBimmamammHmmmemmmmammmfmummmmia tomatoes, 3 green! peppers, 3 ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ; Ih
French chefs used them as a sym- seeks divorce. Bradford CimntyTeleKrupli .
tablespoons salt 1-2 teaspoon shall publish this Order ,
bol of and fra-
liberty equality
'black pepper 1 teaspoon ground In next four weekly Issues.Witness .
ternity. Eary! colonists brought hand and off trial I
ompt Service Careful Drivers them to America. At first it cloves, 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon seal. at Clarke, Klurlda, thin IStliHepternlier
2 cups sugar (brown Is the 1940.OFFICIAL i
was an ornamental plant then ) A. J. Thumas
( -
best), 3 vinegar and 3 large
eaten. Here is a chill sauce we cups A. Clerk of Bald. Court
STARKE TAXI SERVICEand onions. Run tomatoes and pep T. Frank I.u nil rum. Htai'ke, Florid
made In Indiana: 18 large ripe pers and onions through a chop Atty. for Plf, tt-2l 4t 10-1 0'I( I!

per. Add other spices,
salt sugar \ITICI 'I'O ('HEDITO116'
vinegar. ,Set in pan of hot All |'erMOiiH having claims or <1e*
water anti cook monde iicnl'int the estate. of Archl- ? \
one hour. Seal
BU bald If. Johns, decnaxed, are :
MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone while hot In pint Jars. This is by notlflmt and required to file ? !\'I,JI.
bS good on meats their claims. In the office. of the
County Judge of Bradford County,
o Mrs. Starbird our 4-r club lady Florida, In the CoiirthmiHH. at r
150 pND came Htnrke, Klorlcli: within eight fnlendnr ) I'I'I i "
Monday afternoon. The
ilato of the
month" from the 1lr !
t Day 9 Night KEEPTIIER.1 County Supervisor of Schools lira put>llcnllon of this notice. or #, ?: . ::, ; .
the same will become void HovortlInir ,
with her. I _
came was so very to law Thin September 20JUTHV __._ __ _ I r'' ,dy
Start Your happy to have them. All girlsof 19U.

the proper age are In the 4-11 Admlnlntratrlx. of th n... JOIINH estate, of g.
a a + Post 'War Planning work. ArchlhaM If. JohnM, d<*ueai"d. t1,
i By Placing Your Until next time. God bless you. 0-2 4t 10-19 _

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Order Now For . .. 401-'l'V, KI.OHIII I IN tllt- I 14
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EVERYBODY These Appliances 1>O YOU: KNOW ABOUTROACHES Paul'lna'n. welsh, Plaintiff vn 1
Louie (Luke) ;belch Defendant .l

BENDIX ', DHDKU OF I'lfRLICATION people drink any other.
When you tight wnmrttr Tom try AND NOT1CK' TO Afl'ICAH Morel I
AUTOMATIC to net rid ..( lb.,, nil, not Ju.t 8TATR OK KI.OHIUA to: Louie roust be... 1
HOME LAUNDRY kill she few that you ran kitMllh (Luka) Ilrxlch, whose residence In ;
he PARK CAFE .pry or dust or that walk unknown.You A'fij7 J I
'let 0 it ponder br are required to appear. on
0 HOT POINT October. 26, 1945 In the above named I
Court and cause, wherein plain
REFRIGERATORS K-3-D tiff seeks dlvorro. Ifradford County I I,
s Telegraph shall publish thl. Order I
RANGES It O .\ f II K I I. t. M HIH In next four weekly Mullen.WltneMM . II
Delicious Regular Meals WATER HEATERS DIFFEItE\T my hand and official I

Healthful Plates Douche rat It l>..fn... they like "neal,. ,, at ,Htarke, 195.OFFICIAL ) Vegetable
It. They dry and tile. Nateto
As These Become AvailableWe I Nun-poisonous: np to man ( SKAL.) A. J. Thomas. m%

Short OrdersCONWAY'S Will Fill Orders In and oel.. I An Walter. Clerk C. Hardenty>
Order of Application 15c and 25c pkgs. Florida Ally for t'lf.28 Tt 10-19

I iv" .UTI'r -COI "'r. ini,ti>FOH i ICs ri 'I r'
FULL LINE Sistrunk Feed and i l'OI'\'I'Y. FI.OIIIIIIV. l'IL\S- !
( ''::111'
SUPPLIES Seed Co. I Hugh l'. Hammond, Plaintiff v... ALfarvo ffR '
WIRING MarK Heard Hammond Defendant. If
few l,.><-it :. I" I,.'. j jMfg. i ORDER OF PUBLICATION
( ] br MrHhsll Pr..4u<-<. i ANI NOTM'K TO APPEAR' AIIsee d.w-e la ens,.,re.,.,,r..,, ,., N-.I IS &I.t*
0 Electric Motors Orlnmlo. Pln.' 8TATR OF FLORIDA toe Marirl 9
Heard Hammond, whose, residence .
1.11211; Hay Street: Kayettevllle JI
PHONE 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE 0 Fluorescent North Carolina.You .

FIXTCKKS" : STRIPS October are 22, 1C4S requited In the to above appear nam.on '
fit Court and cauno. wherein plain. Old Sarge's Place *
Oil Changing tiff .....k. divorce. PTadfonl Count I
0> Decca Records Telegraph shall. publUh this OrderIn i I II
neat four weekly liiue
'v Greasing Witness. my hand and official ORIGINAL !
Exhaust FansFlashlights enl at Btarke, Florida this 8ep.
{'axing{ temher 14. 1945.
OFFICIAL $I:Af.) A. J. Thomas '::1
Washing A. Clerk of said. Court.It. ARMYSTORE i
,, i ' .> H. Uuncan-817 Lynch BldwJackHonrllle. .
v Polishing AND BVTTEKIES Fla. Atty. for Pit.IIU .
p 4t 10-12 .t
Tire Repairs .t Hot Shot iv rmrrir ("..I'.T. nit.\IIFOIIIIClarence ""U ;
('0' 5'1'Y. FLOlll)'I 14: 'IIAN.:

LECTRIC ARC WELDING BATTERIESDelta ('1sll v. Jack. .on. Plaintiff, T.. .
Sarah F:. Jackson, Uefendant. Can Authorized I
.i Lanterns i No.4"U. II
AND .NOTIfR: TO APPKAU, Department ,
GAS ONE HOUR .> Duo Therm STAT! OF FLORIDA to: Harah j. I
1':'. Jackson: whose address !I.: 9J2 -
OIL & GREASE IIE TEMS Cookman Ave., A.bury Park, N. J.
You ar. required to appear on Operated j f
October 22. 1945! In the above named f
.i Bed Lamps Court and cause wherein. plain- By an Ex-Soldier I a

Quaker .. ,.
State I +'

Oil .i Desk Lamps ALL 'v..ORKGUARANTEED. Relief At Last I a< I'I I ,,

Sealed ===== == HEADQUARTERS

Containers Radio Service For Your Cough FOR ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES I s


CARE it BOBS right to thetrouble
MOTOR LINES to help loosen and expel I r

& germ laden phlegm and aid nature
GREYHOUND WINKLER to soothe and heal raw tender. Inflamed Ben Suslow's
BUSSES bronchial mucous mem- I
\ branes.Tell your druggist to sell you
For Safety tftJJ.'SIfafI/IM TheSTAG a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding '
Comfort e I you must like the way It '
& EcS'nomy. Electric Service quickly allays the cough or you are.. Army Store t ,

Phone 147 to have your money CREOMULSIONfor.

Take Care Of It 226 Temple Avenue Carter Bldg., Starke 209) E. Call Street Starke, Fla.

Colds Bronchitis I IgpBEJt
for CoughsChest ,

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.. J residence T. Frank I Jin drum. Stark, Florida, Dnl M. .1
sldered a strong and importantlink he will be In Starke on Thursday, Cecile Bu rnett. Jacobs, whose Pit. '.211 U 10... Tonneee
p Marital Exam r To Conduct Revival I and address !"; Star Rout, Atty. for _____ I You are required ,
In the venereal disease case- I{ Oct. 11, In connection with the Plantersvllle, S. C IN 'IRf'I"IT cornr, BRADFORD I October Old 20. IBU, In the ."
Required For finding program which Florida organization! of the local V.F.W. You are required! to appear on COI'VTl' FLORIDA IN C11A.V.; : I tire seeksad. cause ::
ti has pushed persistently during the .Post. October If, 19 46. In the above named tKHV.Clforga I ... \' Rrwh"rrh
and wherein plain- ,I
License Court cause
/Larriage xt
I In ... fnuralWpuhllpohl
\ past four years. tiff seek divorce Bradford County E. Mooney, Plaintiff, "e.fI..8.le I n :
Telegraph! shall publish/ this OrderIn 1.. Mooney, Defendant Can '' Witness, my "u. ,
II Florida' new pre-marltal blood Dr. B F. Son dag, venereal disease I Items Omitted next tour weekly Issues. No. 4062. l'r seal at Stark. fluid F'J" 'nd
(t" test the 195 control director of the State Witness. my hnnd and official ember! 28 1941. d. lhy
i'I law passed by Leg- seal at Stark Florida, this Sep- NOTICE TO APPEAR I I (OFFWTA !
i'(i' laUture, became effective Sunday Board of Health, praises the pre Becausa of an unusually large tornl _r 36th. 194B, STATE I OF FLORIDA to: Mrs I 1 A- Clerk (of lEAL: avid)<. \ J Ti

t f, aNt couples applying: for marring marital blood test law for the pro- run of le: al advertisements it (OFFICIAL. i:terk of SEAL said) Court.A. J. Thomas Seaver Bessie .L.J85 Mooney Hernando, Street% Reginald, Hem- I: 'J'A'ttF.Frank for isndrum I'lt. ''Urt. ,.

,:" licanaea now must present tection that it affords both persons was neceasary to omit many itemsof I ",tl i'
1 medical certificates showing that when entering into the mar- ,e I''
news and features, Including u
both parties are free from Infectious riage contract--m any of whomare 1 f
,f" lx ICyphllls.'i innocent of an Infection which I II Carolyn Callstreet, from this issue

3 County Judge E. K. ferryman. may well ruin their lives. of the Telegraph. The Items

'l\ who has done a rushing business! Another new law, highly praised 1 omitted will be used next week.

:t'j In marriage licensee since the by Dr.. Sondag and which also be-

r ; 1 ctabllHhinent of Camp Hlanding came effective on Oct. 1, is the '

here stated Tuesday that his office Pre-natal law which( provides that IV: ('IRCI'I? COI II'r, IHItI>FOHIriarinoe > V ' '
bad not been called upon to "All women who are pregnant orsuspectel (.'01 \'I'Y, FLOIUU\I I" 1.11.:00.: % I' y

14', Issue a licence since the new law of being pregnant who ( Kit t' Jackson, Plaintiff, vs.Hnrnh .

'i. rent Into effect Oct 1. It Is come und<*r the care of a physi- 1?. Jackson, Defendant Case
Y'' highly unusual for his office to cian and! surgeon or midwife" L N' 4045.OIIUFIIt. OF rrnLirATiox

J. v 1 gn two days without a single IIcenso must have a blood teat. If the AND :NOTICE TO APPKAH
i. : : Issued! the Judge stated. STATE OF FLOItlDA to Sarah''
t: I' individual Is economically unableto E. Jackson whose address .Is: 833
J 'F 1 i This new law coupled with the afford an examination by a Cook man Ave., Anbury. Park, N J. br
You are required to appear on
X-dUy wait: between Issuing 11- private physician, the city or .October 22. 1945 In the above named .
,;, ', lens: and the actual marriage .ounty health officers shall take I|I l Court and cause wherein plain.
I Bradford Count
A + ceremony, will likely have the effect the blood specimen and have the. I The Rev, E. E Swearingen of I J iToleirinph tiff seek divorce.shall |publish/ this Order.

r M flowing down the mar- test mad Jacksonville will begin a revival In next four weekly Issues. 174t1
:,, Witness hand and official seat
'' my
p+ rage rate, It is believed. The pre-natal law's protection meeting at the Woodlawn Baptist at Htark*. Florida, this 19th Sep.
All medical certificates presented to unborn children against ay phi I [lumber 1315.OFJ.'ICtAL .
with applications for licenspsmUtt' 1's! It of Inestimable value, Dr. Church, three miles west of Law- I ( SEAL) A. J Thomas nf411Lt'w
tey, on Sunday! night Oct. 6 The A.. Clerk hf said Court
be signed by licensed physicians Sondag Jrclared T Frank T.andrum Starke, Florid
, Pc and dated not more than pastor, the Rev. J. O. Raulernon, I Atty. for Plf. 0-21 4t 10-1
"With these two new laws
extends :an Invitation to the publIc l
30 .
? 1A, days the application.
working as check mates, Florid to attend the series. i iv ruu.t'l'r rOI.'r. nn npom
S Applicants may obtain certificates has come a long way In finding I ('O PITY'' FI.OIIIDtl IV tllA\ ,
from tile Bradford County Health ('EIIY. I
I and controlling one of her worn ndward'o. Jacobs, Plaintiff vsCerlle '
1 f Clinic, where blood tents are made killers---syphilluV the health officer VFW Post Notice Hurnett Jacobs, Defendant, v

without charge, or from a private concluded Case N". 41164.ORDEn .
I i t doctor who la allowed to charge J R Clover, state V.F.W. worker AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPHAK

.j t ( rat more than the usual fee forK . . e . . . has notified A J, Thomas that STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs

office visit. ,

I!, The Health Unit here announces BrookerDy

f/ ', that blood tests are made at any : I I

; 1 limn during the regular clinic Joyce Atkinson HURRICANE WARNINGSince ( rK

: hours: 9 to 11 a. m. and 5 to( 6
. . . . e S a. wsii
f. m. on Tuesdays; 9 to 11:30: a. ;
t 1 ...'and 1'30 to 4 p. m. on Thuraatajrs. IIOUSE W\lI.\IINO! 1926 seven hurricanes of r

1 I r p t t, t Mrs. Ed.: Polk Mrs. Ernie: Johnston disaster proportions have swept

1'' a' { The new blood test law Is con. and Mrs. Truman Dyal were over various sections of the United
I' hostesses at
a house warming Fri.
o FM States. Most of them struck in
day, Sept. 27, for :Mrs H. B .

{i :___ ____ Stokes at her new home. September. F wITN!
i Several interesting were The only protection against windstorm :
i I loss!'! is INSURANCE. Don't fP
J : ; played and prizes were awarded ,
: -= to( Miss Loyree Stokes, Mrs. E. E wait until you see the warning

- -.- - I I, Stokes and Mrs. Coleman I'ailgett signal! -that ,will be too late.

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After the gifts were opened about
Call Us Today Phone 116 IRqfhnrr'I ,
dc 30 guests were served cake
:. I In ...
-Z and tea by the hostesses. I

:; :::::. .-;"., Mi- and Mrs. Lee Green and H. C. WALL AGENCY

family were visiting friends! and

relatives In St. ,Augustine Sunday HaroM {', \\all Jon E. \MNon LIKE EMt
9 r Filend-t, .. jr' TKIS!
of George Hnztn will d
nl '
k r to learn ,,!'t.. ... :.:: .:.-... -:..... -:.- v:. -_ : :- --.,., ; ,..>;
regret that he Is!! seriously

ill in the Glendale Hospital

In Fatal kit.. We wlah him a speedy

recovery. CLASSIFIEDloIA'l'TH

r 4 Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Henderson

of Sanderson were Sunday dinner

VENETIANBLINDS guests of Mr. and Mrs. William of all kinds. reriovatutli HAVE IT FIXED Many little
i Dukes. : furniture upholstered. andreflnlxhed things' are breaking up around
L>rop us a card1IASTIM1S the house these days that you
Mr, and Mis. Truman Dyal and MATTRESS CO., Bu2.ffl. .. would: replace It you could get
Palatka. Fla. tf them. This Is Impossible( !, butmaybe
Mrs. H. B. Stokes returned home I can fix It. Ask for
Saturday t rom visiting friends HTTlAWBKlinY and truck farmer Frank at Telegraph Office, tf
and relatives In Ocala for a while. waiitfcl. Will share-crop or rent
2" aorex land. 4Vt miles. North cifHtarke.
We ara sorry to report thatC. new 8 room hmi ., plastered .. LIST 'i'OURRI: CITY AND
GASSETT i C. Deej and family' lost their lights, tools and home fur- o 91 /
nl.h..d. See M. 11. Judd, corner,
Q i home. by fire Wedntsday afternoon Lafayette and Aditms tan.:! Stark tt ...... '

I Mrs Betty Hazel Andrews of: E1 S"'BOU'" SELLS IUJAL
Jacksonville: her raTA'ru!!
WitS visiting
Li'.t' EXCHANGE par. .
I ents. Mr. and Mrs Lee Green 39 ROOMS -- Grr..t..t nrivertlser of
fry proper!?. If ss made over
1 Monday f3O0O: _
(5 sialen Knrn>" I
C' 4 Tn I..r Acre..r.-
.n"u..,s AND over the
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\Vorld. Free
"- onen llstlnsr.E.

I Gas Heat Gas Cooking Ilepresented Locally By
k This Space Devoted To LightsCompletely F C. HOLXIVGSUOKTII

116 So. Walnut !St.

1 J" { "God And Home And Native Land"The Furnished 16 LIKE'EM 0
))2 ,} SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually 6.00 THIS!

!. 0 Book A Room Ahead designed West Madison, Mrs. St.Bertha Pearce 7-23-4tp 305 OHr slur Pro P,,;,gddl z LotI

;r tl lIy .-.. -.. .- .. .
I For 'Wife Or Parents 3ii1
i i
ty A _
Laura II. Scott W. C. FOR _

Of Starke 1000 Feet From D Gate FURNISHED Only 'Firestone Recapping givn :your: in Firestone recaps, the same grade

If' I KINGSLEY LAKE HOOSE tires the famous DeLuxe Champion' rubber as that used in new tires. The
. 3 Whose Motto Is: Gear-Grip Tread the tread
with extra
y workmanship is the :finest . factory-
roil. SAI-r:-20.foot custom built 3 fled;oomw Kitchen, Hath depth for extra
safety extra traction trained Both
; t do the
"Not by Might home trailer a a o oinmodatlons Largo Ing-Dining Room
11 ;, I nor by Power but for four. New tlreH \\'111 conolder Sleeping PorchELECTRICITY and longer mileage. Only the beat materials and workmanship are

r'' H'1 "r by My Spirit saith the Lord ofHosts" HKt. Orr trading, 305V.for cur Madison Contact St.' ( quality tread rubber available Is used guaranteed.
"Htarke.' ltiHKNT >
y.( .., FOR -6 room furnished 80 Acres 00 Peran Trees
4 hom. Modern conveniences. See
". Lk Andrews, 313 W. Madison.
Q7'i Ito Stand Owner Around
(Zech. 4:6))
$9,0001111 Take Lens
FOR WALK-Used baby bed, com- Mora Cars Roll on Firestone Than
Recaps Other Kind
1let". In good condition. See Than Half Any
i; Watch For Peppy Paragraphs! bookkeeper ut newspaper office.
; It Inv..Uiratelake! Offer 7g I.4edLlfe: 2u4&4 9a t4e leas fwa

I WANTED-(talesman and collector
I hw11, for route.Company.Apply Denmark Furniture Contact Mrs. R. Oantzell

At Trailer Next to Halle's (
FOR SALE-1'rav..I-Ee. Baliy cNibln / It'r f
Highway 13
rlnire 115; Play pen 17.SO.
like new. Lt. Borchem, Co.rar.1 Box 33 Starke, Fla.
190lh' Dn Camp flandlns
19 Kingsiey I villa.** ItpLOHT

-3 head .COWH-one branded APARTMENT FOR RENT-Middle-
tit on aide one branded aged Christian p.ople, no children
LN on aide; supposed to have :3 mil. but Bait Call St.
't APACTViENTSrcc calve; one rod butt-headed with Clark's Brookslde. Farm. 9-28 St 1. ORIGINAL. INSPECTION
/ sal taw F. J. Shaw, Rte I. 2. .UffING 3. REPAIRING.
Box t, Stnrke: lip| KOU SAIK--l Ford Sedan, motor Aetoal experlsDe*. hu 4letmt4enr nrsslone's Pyn -T> Uace ..... Bayaa patches, totetksr
I In !rood condition, 4 good laspeoUoa ' Tser Loa eqalpeieat clue,* flnished repair
FOR SALH-4-room concrete Mock tires Tanner' Garage, 1 anile ore_dtilfoed f* select only treaded tires which eonform t* with i*ail repair m..llIod11 < (.
house, furnished. Including eleo.trie I north of Lawt..,.. Upi \ tips that JasUTrtteoal eddi- the klfkeit kalaas U produce the JaI&UM'
refrigerator For further 1 labor and awtetlaL -.....
7 of tepali work.
CENT see W. C. Conner Went i FOR S.\I.E-tO bushel field duffnxrcUxUH.
Und Uiocery. Owner 1C. S. Downi. Paper Whit and
10-5 2ti\ Pearl varletlen. IS per bushel
i Mm. N. Wainwright, 803
"' Clark "::1.. Htarke It
r i FOR SALE-Auto radio 125; 24
Inch Screen wire; rood saddle t
,. .;,. IF YOU NEED I horse. Call Stark Amusements.
Am Now
t Operating
_ : My lip

AN APARTMENT Feed Mill On Wednesdayand : FOR RENT bI.nlt completely modern Ctnvenlcncen. furnlihed --

t Saturday Each Htanley's Ranch, Rte. 4. TREAD IUIIIRWl .. CURING i. FINAL INSPECTION
a miles
Keystone. Up .1iss trad
n"br MatIa. ?lr.Mae.'.
Week. nisi rielaslT y IB eat .-- treadisjs; erne. arforetneit a Only thes toes which eonariat
FOH SALK-1939 Mercury convertible : r a* that aeed kav Vy strict iseeldcattoasaad nnstoa.high ataD4ar4'ol
coupe. New tlr.... Heater : tlfs. Tern f ! (. eenttaOed wick ......... tuUty are permitted M 9weti
and radio. Call at Edward's Ueac... .....M.
EARL Ser Sti lip th*strict seal iaspectloarahber
', 1 WE HAVE THEM COOK tvANTFD-Oultar case, ronceTtsis

Starke, Fla. In Must bereasonable m
r From .on\v
;Yti $15 Per Month Up SOT, Hfvrke. cash. t* Bon itp

1.09-Rlack leather
slue billfold In
j W. T. -month-old 3-.r.old heifer Jersey.calf cow both with Pork Theatre Wednesday night.
REALTOR Finder k"

_' 141 ,' t ht and ins ciilf the will Any recovery be Infnrmatlon rewarded.of this Q.lead-cow H, "c.. contents ep money to newspaper and returnother of.It J. P. ROBERTS MOTOR: ?

.1a1y Starke, Flo. lt
.1 lVNrJ.ln rtlllerjr range south of
STREET STARKE funding, mall black
a1y Fort HAL.K-1941 Chevrolet truck, mule, with
.halter limn \,
S// In good condition with large .nail te.d.4"uIe ft for shoulder. Dodge & Plymouth
Stake body. C. B. Pwnnelt, Law. }Terri.. Oreen
f*<*nr Amy have
by paying for ad
icy Flea
r Y tllt lip Cove Springs! itp GOO Temple Ave. STARKE, FLORID!


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STAKKE, : _. -- .. .
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:\GE 11"r._ -; _. .. _. OCTOBEU 5, IMS Fill).\V. nCTOllKK 5. 1945

--- - . .. .. .. 'ELEGRAPH
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TUB poll It -
OF' olive
; and ..t
TUB '1111r1' !mriYfc riKcriT OF If I holr. clvine's. dead his unknown dll1te., a bett'r Mriptlon of .
1' JI I..gatl", !II' fll' .tr.el. whose lint known address h.lrs. devisers, legatees or grantees -
;'HTJI FOIL JIlt AU.FlHII."I'1'1 Chlt'RIeO Flo.ltl/t, If In e11.t'II. was Cook County 111., It alive andIf .
.; I' ,'iiI) A..ncln- ; ; M. V. Baby If alive: nnd If
Elow': I'll CIIANCKIIY."plaintiff : ': lion. a betttor d..acrlptlon ot said !! i- .!l.l'.d, Vi."t lfuill>l. the unknown dead his unknown heirs devisees dead his unknown heir, devisees.,
> ,
( JR.IIS ., defendant. being unknown, If in ox- "I.h'lr.Ut'essorss. 3 l icaittuep. grantees. legatees, or grantees; Edward Mc- legatees, or grantee; Charles It.
.. H. ): : .t..nce; Ind If deflln' he unknown noember. of "hi firm and the Knight. if alive, and if dead his unknown Hevlere. whose lust. known address ".
" !- ", WE heirs, devlnees, legateen.u . th.r..f severally and col- heirs, legatees or was South Mass..
i Edwin tl.vl."e. Jralnlree. .. .. .
grantees ; I
and mece.Burs of ni| 1''Uv'ly f'osit'r I If alive: grantees; J. J. McLeod, and wife if alive; and if unkn.wn -- - -- - -- -- ---- '
I> and the members) thereof his unknown heirs de Smithy P. McLeod also known asSmlthle heirs, devlse s, .. NUAIBKR FIFTYONEGame
nie O. ; An visees, legatees ,,r : I.late. or grnn .. . __ __ .__ . __
Christensen grantees Thomas \ .
.vM' "RRI". whose lust S. if ; I McLvml. If alive I ; and If I..a; J. (I, (' ., If alive; f- -- -- - - -- .
.IA8 J. I' known add'e". was St. Lou I..". 1\0.\ Fo.ter. alive, and If dead his dead the unknown h.lrl devisees If detail his heirs,
''I'IO! K. FU:$S.i'T If alive: and If dead her unknown unknown heirs., devisees, legatees.. legatees or gruntees such defendants devisees. legatees,unknow.or Krantees;
JAlE heirs, devisees, legatees or "r granteess; NlllV.. Frank and as are dead; David W. Mc- Sarah Ellrubeth Richardson and
Aefent1&flt.. TITLE tees; Charles Christensen and wife. and husband} Slmle'. J'rank. If alive; Nalr. whose last known addresswas husband William Richardson whose Expected \When Tornadoes 'g
11I'IET If .
'I'l" Clementine H. heirs., de-
BILl APPEAR Chrlstensen, whose vlnees. Warsaw W'omlnM County, last known addresses were St.
.**D ORDER TO last known address' was St. Louie, I ,,Uiratees, or grantees of such New York, If ; dead Ms Louis, Mo., If alive; and It dead
NOTICE<> FLORIDA! Mo., if alive; and If dead the unknown d"roullnt. as ar,' dead: Murlhu. c. unknown heirs, devisees, legatees the unknown hairs, devisees, lega II
'THE ST4Tniiowlnir named de- heirs devisees legatees or Jrlnk. If "1'e; and If dead her un- or granteoBJ1..n; O. McNair and tees, or grantees of such defen St. Augustine Here Tonight
: ''I'M| 'Maimed, defendants. /grantees of such defendants as are dnvlHpes, legatees or Lura : ., whose last dants a. are dead; Dnvtil Rlchert.
"tya; ?"'d..crlbed and classified dead. ; Charles if. Churchill also Irant..I; .\na..I".II. Cjalliimn also. I.Ilr... wa. Warsaw Wyoming whose. last known address was
II Itnown as C. II. Churclilll and wife ns Ana.ta. C. on. If York. If alive; West Medford Mass.. If alive; and :
ewW, to.wlt. (I) Mary 10' Churchill, also. known aa heirs nllve.: tad dead her unknown and it dead the unknown heirs devisees It dead his unknown' heirs, devisees Bogged dow In a muddy field,
named defendantebo y- FChurrhlll, If alive. ; and If d.vlleea. legatees or grantees legatees or grantees of such legatees, or grantees: Charles
The follow1ntr realdenta ot the State of dead the unknown heirs., devisees, anti ; .l.aro.lll HUalllson, If alive; d.fendant. as Bra dead; MarieLouise H. Itlchort; Ruth K. Klchert; Susan ? Johns Owner both Cross City and BUS played !
",. are legatees or grantees of such defen If his. unknown heirs, de McNair uhona last. known T. Rlcheri: If alive; and If dead .
1ioridaoui : 11111. also known aaL. dents as are, dead; Lottie Clark, visees itanlett legatees: or grantees: Kath address wan Minneapolis., Minn., If the unknown heirs, devisees. lega dogged football at Bradford Park
It Pearce Hill; An- whose last. known address. was Los Anne Ualllson. If alive; and alive; and If dead her unknown tees or grantees of such defen Furniture last Friday night but neither
Hili; Enlma Godwin; Angeles If dead unknown heirs, devIscuB. heirs devisees, legatees. or dants Y .
0. Henry California If alive and grantees as are dead: AITald..Hohln-
lwln; .. team
lit Lou oo< \ H. Harley and If dead her unknown heirs, devisees I.gltee.., or grantees; Louis ; John McHae also known us son; Katherine Ih>bltl.on; Died Monday coull gain a firm enough
John Godwin'' wWH; ., Smith; legatees or grantees; Paul It. ( Individually und as Ex. John McHJn Individually unit as It. Robinson; If ; ansi If 'aler d..1 footing supply the usual quotaof
Abbie 1'1 Cor- i'. ecutor of the EMItte. : of Katharine. of Florida Railroad Company the unknown
Howe? CohenlLiner devisees, lega
".111 ; J. A. and wife Kathryn 'ruate. '
r..tor t Shl "Smith Florence: E. Powell P. Cohenhaner! If alive; and If It lalllxnn. If .illvo. and If duad a cjrporutlon. If alive; and tees. or grantees of such defen 'C. Joh s. 35, died sud- thrills for the cash customers 1 I LOllII'", A. Powell Woods; dead the unknown heirs devisees, his unknown. h.I..., devisees, ICKIItees If dead his unknown heir., devisees dants as are dead C. $app. If Dday In the Alachua Milton Norman, ace Tornado fullback .
Mart Ga- .., ; lterI grantees, or successors . alive and If dead 1t
: :
Fir"" Powell legatees or grantees of Irant. .u..eR.r l..gRt"e. unknown
Mattie such de
Luther Pow.,,11.Powell: The City of fendants as are ..I.tadJ.: ; O. Craw I ha :. ( If Il1ve; and If : C. Mnglll. also. known heirs., devisees, I..tee.., or gran tonpltal :: the result, of managed to plow trough
.; '"orlda. municipal cor- ford if alive; and If dead his un dead her unknown devisees., as W. C. Magi. and his wife Mary tees; Cnro I). Icol husband tack. His death came the mud and the Cross City ,
Jifrt a 01grnntnvH\ ., Pentrlce, M. C. .. last known ad A. Louis .
known heirs, devisees, legatees .Knt..a Maill. Scott, ; and It twice to I
or alv. Uderable shock to this score, giving the Tornadoes -
poratlon; grantees; K. a. Crawford Gilbert and husband Fred 13 Oil- wer. Evanston, Ill, If alive dead the unknown . ,
cn: also known Annie Crawford, If alive and; and' frt, biTt, If alive, ami If dead the Unknown ; lend the unknownheirs legatees., or .rant..e.. 1.lrs. such .de- f an he had just openojrnlture a 13-0 win over the Dlxlo

' H'nni' Vr Andrews..inrtrews. If alive; and dead the unknown heirs, devlni-fs heirs,, dcNi'os.. legatees orBrnnti'CB devisees, legatees. or wrun- fendants. u.* ; Henry Ii. $ store In Starke County invaders.In .
of sin'h of such defendants doud, M'nder.nll
.* y'T' heirs de- legatees 'ir grantees of such de, ,1.f.'n.l..nt as are tees as are wife Elisabeth fen
II d.. hoi teesT, unknown grantees; Char- fendants nc are dead ; 1..1 ward dead; Sarah J. ( husl .- Manuel D. MII"H'lan. It alive; und tiers If alive; and If dead. the un pparently enjoying good. one of the game's few exciting -
.'a or dead I >nnd ClillM-rt E. iltMixon, If alive; if dead heirs, devisees known orgruntaps \
0eI if also heir. d.vl.e"s.
I II alive: and CrawBhaw known as Udmond and If the .. moments, Cross Cityh'eld
IJlulpy. ; I heirs devisees
H. ctel. legatee or ; Oeorge such "
los devilleea, legatfI Crawsliaw, and wife I Laura. V. . "rlnte. nr.
bil ullknown heirs'Emily S. Bailey.wboIe : CrawBhaw whose last known, "d. ., .. or 1'.llt..1' of such Martin und w'f.' Ann deud.: I.'. C. Khnrpe. If nllve: enl, If Oino v, born at New the Tornadoes on the onefootline I
or gralt'H waalVUo.I dress St. defendants as ar<> d"II, ; I*. Clou- Martin, If ,', and If drutl the dead his unknown heirs, ilevlwves. ., a
\ 1.1 Itnown alive addreaa and if4jd and If was dead the. Louis unknown, Mo., If alive; Ie""' and, wi. Lula I IE.: Unnger If.illve unknown heir., devisees, legatees legatees or .rant"1: Jitmes A. I attended a c h o o 1 in and then attempted to kick \ I
If ; heirs devisees
N..V \.rlt. heirs devisees legatees or grantees of such ; diid, I lie unknown or grantees of such defendants. as Ib.rmln. who. known ad- d Lake Butler, and later out. The kick was blocked by ;

1. her Inteesi, Laura M. BIs- defendants as lire lend; Joseph I hfhs.:: I: .h dovlsceF. ,_, l" 'al<'t>.s._or_..grandcul are. dead; Delphlnv. Alt I.n.! .whose WAS Keeno, New llamiixhlre' I erslty of Florida. He Jerome Johns, but Cross City recovered -
< u : sore Known If nllvn: and If -lead his I
0'3 ltovoesIrr unknown
jo58loe. S'rB B"I"-". Crawahaw, Jr., nnd wife IU"1. .. ". nU'.1
..u and |ushiind the U unknown Crawnhaw If alive and, If Helen dead M. ; "'11.11 I II I tiniper. if nll'f I : New York if alive; and if dead her heirs., ilevlsees, J.Kat..N. or greti- iduate of a business col- and kicked to BHS. The .\
dead ; thu
ind I It nnd If .
unknown heirs unknown legatees toes
4 U! IOIIe, unknown heirs., devisees, heirs .vi. ; Voln.y J. and wife t, C. and Tornadoes muddled down the field II "
I.Kal..1I or grand legateesor .
kh.d0VtoeU,", d..vl..el.. legatees! m i griintoes.; AV. or grantees; Uermaln 1altlon. Emily 1', Shlpmun If iii lye; anti Vashlngton, : ,,
.kf1. of fruch d"t.ndants aa her areU1Iiw.fl grantees, of such defendants.'e ( Urcen, It nllvu. mid If d..ld hisunknown whose. li"Mt known Ihlre..... I If deud the unknown helm. dvl..e" l sarly two years In the and scored when Norman carried I
I1l1nn and dead, Myra I). L>avls, alHii ,
EII.t \ heirs, drvlwees., Louis Mo., If ; if dead legatees, or ...,. Of "hl.fenlanl .
. .4: 1"Kat.e. .
iujb&fld'Char Ie. 1'. Uhinn Jr:, Itell" known as 'lira U. Davis, whose last II' grantees; H"inian A. Cludger. her unknown alv., d..vl.e.B. Ie.gluee. ,.are ,.rnnt.: Mury Sllvu.. delving a medical dls- the bal across in a line buck. The

: 8nt", If dend the unknown known address was Chicago Illinois whose. I last knuwn, address was. ... or grantees; II. dOVIRea legatees or gran- *,If alive; nnj If dead her unknown lluncntnlie County N. C. If alive better descriptionof heirs. devlMevH. .
eIrI' ; und Company' a legatees, or ginn- hurch the American the score at the half 4'
|led of puoh defendants as are hers dcvlHepB, letratees orgrantees ami If dead. his unknown heirs ,devisees said defendant' being unknown lees; Ii. W Hkyonne, It alive; and 6- r j
dead: J II. Dostlck and his wife ; fjeorge Dlack, if alive; legalefs or grantees; Bryant whose lant known address was If dend his unknown devisees., nd, the Masonic Order. The second score for BuS came '
Ian, t DBstlck. also. known aa M, und If daad his unknown heirs devisees H. Ourgun'js, also known .us It. 11. New York N. Y.. if In exlnteiif. ; legatees or srant.e.' Mary I". .
whose. last known adi.Swis legatees or grantees.; John lurKanus. kllnWI,, an Bryant If defunct the unknown heirs., de nut,... If alv.i anil I If deuil her thl- rig are his parent. Mr. In the third. quarter when Cross : '

Petrlen._ County, Georgia, lilac, If alive; and If dead his un I U.rglnel. Indlvltlunlly und ns vl..ea. legatees, Krantpe. and ..uc.c..ors known h.I.. devisees. legatees, or 4 R. S. Lake City kicked to the Tornadoes and .
.. .
.. :._. .A .lnI 4w*. unknownJ.lJJ' known heirs.. devlMppM. ipirntpfH nr his. wlfu E.Uurgunuii . of said firn and the grantees .
.' ---' Agent Miirgnret memliera ; Thomas J. Hlallery, id two uncles
1 d'ev.'iws: i'egateeir;; ; or arran'of grantees; Thomas,. Dlckso'n,-li alive If alv., and if dead the thereof verully; I..nxnrus whose last known address. was Floydd the Bradford boys tediously worked 1 .

H" mich defendants. as are ; and If dead his unknown heirs unknown .*\. ."eM, legatees Aohr. individually and aa ''ru..te. Cook County 111. If alive; and If the former congress- the ball down to the 25 yard '
Jodwln! and wife An- devisees. legatees. or grantees; Kd- , known address. d his unknown
...!*; W. F. I ur grantees of filrh defendants as last wasChiithani heirs, devlxoes., Green of Starke.
Ie Lou Godwin whflfce last known ward N. Dlckerxon. and wife Mary are ,duad; Shirnian S. Uullfoll, If County, ileorgla. If alive; loguteoti, or grantees; Aron Kmllh, lino. Norman carried It through
u drew WHS Uerrlen County Geor- Carolina. I Dlckorxon, If alive; and It alive; .and If dead his unknownlielrs and If sluod his unknown heirs., If alive; and If dead Ms unknown jBorvlces were held Wed- for a touchdown and Godwin kIck- '

II. If alive; and If dead the un' dead the. unknown heirs. devisees., devlsi'es., li'g.iloi's or grantees devisees I'sratves or Irantee.; Jor- heirs., vi...., legatees, or grantees fa Duller Baptist Church ed the extra
howe heirs, devisees legatees or legatees grantees nf such defendants ; riiarlpy Hall und wife Alicu delia !S. Monroo, ; Charles F. Smith whose last point!
.. of such defendants aa are as are dead; Thomas Dixon.If M. Kali, If aliveund If dead the address was. KuchOHter, New York known address was WIs.. tei-noon at 3:30: o'clock The Tornadoes literally "ate 'em
lad; Bostlck-Oodwln Company a alive; and If dead his unknown unknown heirs., devlKees., legateesor If alive; and If dend, her unknown If alive; and If dend his unknown j-inent following In New
Wtier description of said defen- heirs, devisees. legatees. or grantees grantees of such defendants. as hel.s. d"vl..a. legatees or gran 1,11', devisees., legatees. or ",'an. : up" CU defense and Cross City
lint belnn unknown; J. U. Bostlck ; Elizabeth Dixon If alive: and are. dead: Frank \V Hall if alive; ; J. Morrison-also known as I..e.; It. H. Hnilth, also known HH metery. The Rev. Uuym made but one first down duringthe
and W. .'. Godwin partners doingnineM If dead her unknown heirs devisees and If dell his. unknown heirs devisees J. l,. io'I ,, If alive; and If dead, lllchard It. Smih. If alive; and If and the Key. L. A.
. under tho firm name and ., legatees., or grantees; Vf. P. ., legatee or grnntees; Thomas his heirs., devisees, 1."..- deud his heirs, devisees. entire game.
Godwin Naomi Doroueh and his wife Zaldee W. Entrust M. Ham- F. If alive legatees, officiated. Masonic and
itrl of BoslIrk & ; It. Hain-ly- and wife tees or sjrantees; Mouln. op grantnes; Dwight M.
1I<.,tlck. If alive; and If dead her Dorougrh, also known an Zalden W. by, if alive.; and If dend the unknown ; and If dead Inknownh.lra. Hnow ,aU known an D. M. Snow ies were carried out. nlterlhm': Tonight t
.known holr.. devisees. legatees Borough, If alive; and if dead the heirs devisees, legatees or devisees, legatees, or gran- and wt. Maria A. $now If alive; Tonight's ,clash with Ketterllnus
., 10101008; A. I. Bradley. Jr.. If unknown heirs devisees. legateesor grantees of such defendants us are toes.; James K. Murphy If alive; and the unknown heirs, d.- i
shoe; and If dead-ftls unknown grnnte of such defendants as d,'ad; John I.. Harvey and wife and If dead his. unknown belr., de vlHeeM. legatees, or Krantees of such High of St. Augustine should, pro
b.IrL''devisees, lega'T.e... or gran- aro dead : Elizabeth A. Douglas, Emma U. Harvey. If alive; and If vl..el.. legatves or grantees; K. d'f.ndanl. as are deril; Arthur H. Supervisor vide one of the season's flashiest
I.M; Lee Bradlev: If \ .: and If whose last. known address was Suffolk dead the unknown heirs, devisees, i Muse. and wife Eugenia Muse If Snyder, If alive; Sal If dead his '
led hl. jnknnwn heirs devisees County Mass., It nllve; and If legatees or grantees of such defendants alive: and If deud t the unknownheit's unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, School Here Barnes. On Its current schedule
Itritffs (if.granecu\ ; M. L. Brad- dead. her unknown heirs devisees. os are dend, Cliestro C. dwv'sees! legatees. or gran- or grantees; Augusta Sommerkton Ketterlinua has scored 47-0 win '
tor, If allva; and If dead his unknown legatees or grantees; Cluatone Drol- Harris, If alive, and If dad his. tees of Much fendnnts as aro whose lust known address was New Allen of Lee burg. Field Green R
heirs, ranteeFrank; N. Bradshaw and unknown holrs devisees, legatees or or granteo.; Louis. H. llnzxard. also. If dead Her unknown heirs devl his unknown heirs, devisers, legatees with the State De- dropped one 19-7 Smyrna, I .
wlf, Elm.i LnJune Bradshaw If a- grantees; Krastus B. Duncan, if alIve in ,* II. Hazzanl, if .alive; sees, legatees., or aranhe.: Ann \J. or arrunteesi James '1'. Huut- 't of FMucatlon, was In the powerful t Coast conten. ,
Ut..; and If dead the unknown heirs. ; and It dead his t unknown and If dead his unknown heirs, devisees Noyes if alive. ; her ter Individually and an Trustee of
....1....,legatees or grantees of suchdendnnts heirs. devisees If-gatees or grantees ., legatees. or grantees. ; Roy F. unknown heirs, devisees. legatees. I"lorll. Railroad Company a cor I Ot. 2 conferring wit der. The boys from St Augustine
. an are dead; B. S. Brown ; A. E.irsteln Sons., J. U Faulk Hicks ant wife Fiands O. Hicks., or grantees; George W. Nason also If alive: and If dead his county will bring a veteran team to
.ad wife, )[. E. Brown, If alive; and & Company, ; Palmer Bro.h..raJar; If alive: and If dead the unknown known as George W. Mason, whosOlast unknown heirs, dAvlxees' legatees, suprinten. i
II df&d tho unknown heirs devisees stein and Leahman; Kisser. and heirs, devisees legatees or grantees known address I was C'hluago, grantees, or succeHHorr; Mrs. H. A, public Inltructon, a Bradford Park tonight and Coach
!wrami or grantees of such defendant h'tearnsi; Afosher lirothers; M. Perm of such defendants as are. 111.. If alive; and If dead his unknown lallnM. also. known as II, A. Htnl- county uperIchools. N. Geiger .
at are dead; Charles A. & Company; Lippman Brothers; K. dead; Charles D. 11111, whose. last. heirs, devisees. legatees or her husband. W. J. Utal- Carso' predicts only'
Brown, Jr., If alive; and If dead his J. Acosta; whoso. Inst known address Known address was Oxford County grantees; Mary I.. Ov.rlook. whose. lings If olive; and If dead the Unknown "anything cal happen". \..
nknown, heirs., devl-een. legatees was Savannah n..orlla. a Maine, if alive: and If dead his unknown last known address. was CookCounty heirs, devlnees. legatees, or the afternoon a meet; II IIthat
.. ., legatees orgrantees 111. if alive and If dead grantees of such asOire i Probably Tornado lineup ,
or grantees; Thomas J. Burrln al- better description of h.lpe. devisees ; "ef.ndant. was held ,4ath wU 4, !
: HIM, Individually her uri'known heirs, devisees, lega dead; Max Steams, whose. last inclpalu be II
a known. us. Thomas' Burrln, also dants and each of them belnl tin- ; 1' rR..tle : .Thornton, LKr Weldon, , ;
iimn J, Uurrln I ; his wife I known, If In existence; defunct and an Trimtee. If alive; und If or grantees; F. liB 1nh: known address WHS $avan nab. .le for the ptirpoao;:. off
I.l': Rurrln, illnlc as the unknown heirs, devisees. dead his unknown heirs devisees., i"'I ; and If
Jfnnetl Burrln also known as Mrs.; Jogateea, grantees, or successors. of legatees or gruntees; lichen M. devl-ees, legatees or devisees, legatees, or or WeRae .: Godwin.. RT; Bdwardi , I
I. S Borne if alive; and If dead,ifuuh firms severally and collective- also. known ns Helen M. Hill, tees.: M. E. Padgett, If alive; and; 8t.wart. If alive; and his was the first In a RKj Turner II.Ij'
11. ; QB; Harley ,
'lit unknown helm. devisees, Ieg,,i\,\'iv as are defunct und the members ; and If dead her unknown dead his unknown heirs, devlsxes, heirs devisees meetings of I i v ;
"Iwi or tranters of such defendants''\ thereof. severally: Martin 1* Eas-. heirs il.vlse,.., legnties or rsu- 'legatees, or grantees; Ida Parrlsh legutees.., o" grantees. ; JuliusStewart princIpa.trs RUB; Norman JfQi.Crosby. LHB. I
If If alive land If dead her unknown ( if alive und If dead which will '
u are dead; Thomas T. Burrln If terbrooks. also known as Martin L. ; C. Hopkins If alive; and ; his i
dive; and If dead his unknown I' Esterbrooka, whose Jast known tea 1.unknown heirs., devisees, heirs devisees., legatees or grantees unknown heirs, devisees, 1 KB tees, 18 'educational advance- I
Wri', devlneoi, legatees. or gran- addresa was., WIs., If a- legatees ur grantees; J. E. Howe, .; Helen.Joseph. I tne Parsons. or ; Louise B. toulhton. Christian Church '
l tea: Reuliln J. Burrln If alive; and live; and If dead hi I s unknownheirs If alive: and If dend his unknown whose laat known address was also known as Louise County.
< dud" his unknown heirs de- devisees, legatees or grantees hnlrs.. devisees, I legatees: or grantees Rochester. New York If alive; andIt whose last known ''gh was ,3 D. E. Williams, Stater
ni..i; hgntees or grantees. Reu- ; Mary D. ISastfi brooks., also. ; Delninr, O. lurd. whose lust dead her unknown heirs, devlVI'PM Cook County III.. If alive; and If Corner Call 'I Christian Sts.. .
; Schools visit-
legatees, or grantees; B. A. dead her unknown heirs devisees. Negro ,
Mass. ,
kei F Burrln, If alive and If dead known as M a r y L, Katerbrooks, known address' Low..l. .' Rev. W. O.
; Smedley, pastor residence
addresswas j
last known
whine or grantees Danish H. Hillllvun.
\Mi unknown helm devisees legal whose. last known address. was If alive; and If dead I' Patty, I.gatee. ; stored schools here. ,
l lieuben WIs.. It alive and If heirs. ., 1-gatces. or grantees Middlesex County, Mass., If. I alive; and If dead his un. Keystone Heights.. Servicesas
or .
grnntem T. Burrln'nd KcnoBha. ; I." . JlT. Allen and Mr. WllII -
Ii utchin*ofl. whoselast .. alive; and If dead his unknown known heirs, devisees, legatees, or'
.. devisees,
bin wife if dead her unknown heirs, : i follows I
Caroline S. Burrln : Morning and
>'lr if d'nd the unknown) legatees or grantees
and If dead her Unknown toes: Emma. hu..nd.Jo..epl . Walter 11. Taiiriuarrv' Communion 11 a. m.; Young Fec'o .
Mra, 4-vinnes.. legatees. or gran- if alive; and If dead his unknown Mo.. If alive: om time to time during
nedevl"" .., legatees, or E. Paul, If alive; and If If alive; and If dead the unknown
lee of Ouch defendants as are heirs devlspc", I..pat..s or .. heirs, devisees heirs devlfiees ... pie's Society of Endeavor -
. also known unknown ur gran Chrh.ta
"'d.; John) W Hushnell and wife grantees; D. It. .. If grl1nt.. .; W. A. James de.d 1..Ie..t.
andIf legatees or grantees of such defendants tees of such defendants ax 6:30: m. Worship
James If ; aredead p. ; Evening -
lira unknown
J. l If alive; and If alive; and If dead his as ,lb.I'1 alv. .. dead Daniel Peabody A.
heirs., *, ns are ; ; Mary Taylor, If alive;
lad the unknown heirs devisees heirs, devisees, legateea, or grantees unknown .W.. whine last known and If her unknown ., 7 p. m. ; Prayer Meeting each I i
; Henry Iddr..aNe. d0I.1 Church
l watw l III' grantees. of such del : M. E. Edwards.I If alive;devisees and- Jrdon legatees, and or Irantee., Lena; Jordan were. Alton New Hampshire. devisees. I""I''R. or Knintees: .ist Wednesday 7 p. m. ,
ltn1Intl< iti are dead Hector if dead her unknown heirs
; known addresses. were Stonehnm, Mass., If alive; and If Charles ., whose lust
"TOO. If alive: and, It dead his un- legatees or grantees; Clara whose last Y. If alive: and dead his unknown heirs devisees, known address was Horkfort, atlon-wlde "Crusade for At the morning service on Oct. .
'*n holrs., devisees' legatees or M. Etter, If alive; and If dead. her New YO'lt. N : Daniel. D.
If ullve and
Maine If dead
grantees hi.
heirs., devisees, legatees or ; : un. the will
the unknown Church pastor speak on the
iMtoe f the Methodist
devlm-es, legatees 1 j
; James H. Campbell and unknown heirs, of such de whose Inst known address. known hairs, devlsneH. legatees, or '
*r. Helen A. Campbell whose. last or granteos; W. H. Etter, If alive. devisees : I'K"teo.. or.05. grantees are dead; George L. 1..loty.. , Masa.. If alive: and rrantees; lames Thorpe, whose last ntertng Its second phase subject of "Kno the Truth". The i ,
100..n address wus Cook County. and It dead his unknown heirs, f"" wife Ella S. Joy also If dead his. unknown heirs, dxvlsem.legatee known address was Lowell, Musw., evening subject will .
>., If alive, and If dead the ., legatees, or grantees: U.I Ella C. Joy I. also. knowna *. nr grantees; William P. If alive; and If dead his unknown cached the goal tore b"Sleepers"
"iwwn heirs, devisees legateesof A. Floyd. Individually old as. known as known address heirs church Is launch- An evangelistic meeting will
Ella L. 'T. Joy. If alive; and Ifload Peuliody ulinsn II.t dovl..R. le/lte.M. or Krun-' now J
pime-n. such defendants. as ministratrix of the Estate of David was Hampshire, tees; J. M. .: and If tart Oct. 21
heirs the Rev.
unknown for million ,
III wad; If alive; and If ( the " : IWnI.: : mpalgn one wIt
floorge unknownheirs .
A. Cassedy Com- Floyd d..con."I. of such defendant If alive: nd { his 1 isis unknown heirs,, I
Sly, a u,ttHr description. of said dead his heirs, devisees. li-gatoes or grnntres dead W. E. Knight If ".rievisees> legatees or grantees legatees, nr grantees; Lynn evangelism Is' the key- Clyde Lee Fife, one o the famous ,
: AJr.r
{"""want ISI-IIIK unknown. If In ex- legatees, grantees, and .uccea..or.. ; as and urn If dead his unknown ; KII"n A. I lellnrv. It .alive; Turner, *tflo.; and If defunct the unlain David Floyd If nllve; and alive; and If dead heirs.devispe's Turner end his wife I, 1
"""" h-lni. ,devisees. legHtees. his unknown heirs devlHpes., legnt heirs, Jessie devldei-H M., Lndd.Iegnte If alive or :grantees and '"gatees. or grantees; 1. nero whose. last tlroln.1'"'''' id and tUhers are being being the preacher Mr. Fife is i

", and successors. of said . or trrantees. : David J'inyd. if. ; h r unknown heirs, devl- A. Peters., It Rlv.; and If dead hi. Were Chcao. 111., If alive; ,, 1 Ifcleud a very forceful speaker and
...11 '"the members thereof; whose last known adtre. wa's If . DanielLlndsev unknown h.lrB. ", Icgateex. heir., devisees,
or Starke is to be
H. (hnpman Mass., It ; and If H.e. : Iranl""ai congratulated on
legatees of
and wife Etta Wlnthrop Marion .. ; HaLlnrtmy or grantees: Wllhelmlne or grantees such de morning service Sunday
4 1bpmon, whose last. known adlofto dead his unknown heirs., devisees. ; Myrtle I. I In d e y; Levylindsy ., If alive; and If deed her r.ndlnt. as am dead; Jnm.. H. securing him for this meeting. '
Philp. W. J. Church-
v.. Louis grantees; James I legatees. Tyler alive and If hln r. the Kev.
,8t; Mo., It alive; legateea. or J. Llndsey; If alive; heirs, de.I."ea. ; d.nd.
witOnd,.Ii the unknown heirs de- FOBS Individually and a. Trl..t..e.. d':>ad I""PI" the unknown heirs devlnees or grantees..; Edward M. Pottle, unknown heirs, devisee". legatees,., speak on tho subject ,
ie,ati>ct .>r grantees of such and as Trustee of WoodlLwniiyndiante ,| und. If or grnntees of suchletc'ninnts whose. lust known address. was nr grantees: Johanna 'Val If a' to The Baptist Church II i iConUnu.lng
fcJSl ** art dead; Ebenezer5i and his wlf. Lillian 'Y. Os's. .gat..ore dead: F. II Long. Boston :Mass.. If allv; and It dead live; and If dead her unknown "weads Kolnl".
Ph' 1"(1 wife Susie S. Chap- .1.0 known a. 1.llln 1"0" whose. ( mil'".If dead his unknownholrs his unknown heirs., devisees legatees heirs, ''ll" known, address last knnw" . were C am- If alive: legatees or gran or granteesWilliam Powell, n-es: William: Wala, who.. last leader and Mrs. the' series of me
ti OXfrd, County Mass. If ; and If dead lievlMcs.' known as William C. known address was Norwalk MassIf .. dklns .
Maine.-If alive; bridge Rllv. Long, If alive; and If'lend also pow..l.a October
n the devisss'Os.. legatees .; Jeff 'V'. '. Powell If dead his unknown organist will sages on Oddities of the t
in unknown heirs de- the unknown heir's, -inknown heirs I devisee., l o known as ( I1lv.; ""c erryman, ,
tV0i.!'ft dal'.lat."l ... or "grantees of such or grl1nte. of\Yoodhlwn RI'h defendants Syn-- legatees hiss or grantees; Aaron Longcongealed live; and If dead his unknownmUslorTweeks I "., 1"late. or gran ipeclal music Old Testament, the subject of the ,J3 I I
are dead dead
t ; J. A. Chap- ass a'l : pastor's sermon at the First Baptist i
nlng services now begin
Church for this Sunday morn-
clock and Youth Fellow-
Ing will be "The Bush That'Burned -

,I, ..... t at 6:43: Sunday evon- Not.-"_ : J.

urch under the direction At 7:30: the Evangelistic Hour _ _
ill In Connectlcut" con- -- B. Sewell Is now laying of Song and Choruses will be en-
; of W.
offices here-ant"I elQ 'iWai *!W* t C f'He -'"ti s8 ; of prayer $311.28; .Chi.tms all with the I
t.3 ,; : with the amazing extensive Joyed by sermon by t
te4 l. \ plans for an program
fruit 1 itself
and with Churches 6337.23 cer
he will resume pointed the desirability of a salad course locally to ; local Elizabeth Lane the pastor "Jehovah Tsidkenu." '
career one connection with the Crusade
tile in
here this does not O
about the first pool a post-war projectMr. punch. charity $179.79; Barbara Sunday Schools meets at 9:45:
!IV. & of the W.M.U. (played by Stanwyck), for
Include special .
Kenning added Interest to any does it Include of who. though single and a member Prayer meeting each Wednes- to study The Home sterlng _ _
funds nor any
To I hta talk with ''demonstratc. Recent Births the offerings from the YoungPeople's of the night-life set poses as a day evening at 7:30 lasts for half Christian Ideals. There are department f

Be Scene pointing out the si points outstanding authority on marred an hour. The servicemen's party .and classes for all ages. I I _ _
will stop the SHIRLEY KACIfEL WILLIAMS Organizaton. At 6:13: Training Unions will dls- i
cePtion body where pressure May the Antioch lie and country living. will be held each Wednesday Immediately _ _
For now of blood In case of accident.He Mr. and Mrs. "A. D. Norman o Mrs. Fred following meet- cuss Our Part In Christ's Re't'
Wednesdayand prayer
the Nominating Playing Tuesday, .
birth of Church Chairman
the ,
Generals also pointed out the Importance Starke announce 8 o service men and their demption Plan.
her Thursday will be "Out of this Ing. All
Committee, presented _ _
of a prone position, warmth, daughter, Carolyn Anne, on which was adopted and World" starring Eddie Bracken. wives are cordially invited service 1 held Wed- !j,' II IIMI.lweek I

'POnaor hip of the OPBl1Ltee and stimulant In cases of shock.It 20. the report following officers were elect Veronica Lake and Diana* Lynn. The Sunday evening service will nesday at 7:30.: Te Sweetest "', _ _

of the USO was anouce that attend- SHIRLEY RACHEAL WILU.UI ed for the coming year and Installed The picture pokes Jrodnaturedtun be an old-fashioned sing under the Hour of the A cordial t"" i_ _

II mmunlty I * Starke ance last was prcent- Mr. and Mra. Vandl Williams In an Impressive serviceby at the crooners who cash In leadership of Sanford E. Rltch.Mrs. welcome awaits all who want to Ii .1_______

a tecePU( Thursday the first to be held since te announce the birth of a daughter Miss Josephine Jones: on the swooning bobby-soxers. Bitch will be at the piano worship. I

October 18, honoring started In July. Rachel, on Sept. 28. Mrs. Ferryman at the organ. I
fiscal year Shirley President Mrs. U Hough; In the film, Eddie, a Western and ,

'l Prank or I... Culin. Jr.. new Present at the meeting were MARY .ANNK: DOJIB9 .1.. Nublt Kite; Union messenger boy, is discovered Buys Herlong HouseMr. r i

the Camp BlanBrig. H. Graham Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs of Vlce.Preldent. Diana and her band who Exams I
t; W. H. Hart and W. Secretary & Treasurer, Mrs. T. B. by Merit System

Gen. Robt. S. two pre-war members who have Raiford announce the birth of a Harding Publicity Chairman, Mrs. are badly In need of a vocalist. and Mrs. Ro.wel Noegel t :
Cort ndlng Penent officer of' the been discharged from the service : daughter. Mary Anne, on Sept2U. Van H. Carden; Young People's At a charity function Veronica Examinations for the plton have purchased through W. T. I.. I __ __ __ __

I, *. ; and 'Brig. and are back In business on Call : Director Mra. H. D. Dowllng; stages a dramatic swoon which of Director of Finance Clute, Realtor, the M. B. Herlong I _ _ _

Perrlne assistant Street. NORMAN I.BYMr. Community Mission Chairman : puts Eddie on the map and lands count. and Personnel Supervisor cottage formerly occupied'by Dr.

t1I\or\ the IRTC. and Mrs. Erley Norman of Mrs. C. C. Black; Stewardship i him a New York assignment. State Board of Health H. H. Adams. They have mov/yl _ _

rdock be received starting: Highland announce the birth of a Chairman, Mrs. J. P. 'w y rIck; However, In her excitement, Dana In Jacksonville. are being i an- In and Mr Noegel states tat .

lfro1 and dancing will Plans KindergartenMrs. daughter on Sept 30. Margaret Fund Mrs. H. M.. Lov- sells more than one hundred per nounced by the Merit System Office they are very happy to be back _ _

4i 9:30: until 12. I Eldrldge .Smith announcedthis JAMES lUll: ) 'LSN ett; Training School ) F. J. cent of his contract and that's In GaInesville in Starke and in a home of their

Is 'Invited to Join Into she will open a Mr. and 'Mrs. Colson, Mission Study where the trouble begins. Minimum requirements for Director own. Mr. Noegel Is employed at ,t _
-'ale week that of son Thomas; CaIran _
the the birth a and Accounts the office.Church .
new Jr. announce of Finance post
camp buildIng Thomas ,
kindergarten In the armory Mrs. R. A. ; \

on Monday, Oct. 22. It will In Dodge City Kn., on been September named Chairman, Mrs. H. Arwood; New River ChristianThe U .graduation from college with .

'BANKS be known Martha Smiths 24. The baby ha Children's Home Chairman Mm.W. accounting course and five years I Homecoming _ _

Kindergarten a and will be held James Ried. L. Cason. Rev. D. A. Greek iperln- of experience. Personnel super .

v* \ JACKSON Church the Bible School at visor calls for college Homecoming day will held at .
thank the each week day Including Saturday, RUAELXE Jackson Mra. A. Canova, tendent of Jrrauato I b
many E. _
C4 re'au' who from 9 m. to 12 noon. Mrs. Cpl. 1rs. organist was accompanist for the Berea Baptist Church In Jacksonville and five years Long Branch Bapt I a Church _ _
r gave a announce the of a daughter at the Long Closing date for is Sunday Oct. 14. Dinner be L1
stated that she will not day and rendered beautiful programs will preach applcaton wl ,
during hours Smith has
iliit t ln the our than 20 and on Monday. Oct. 1. The baby of music prior to the Bridge Christian Church on Sunday October 21 and Inte-'sted per served on the grounds noon. ,I
loss of more pupil Cpl.
*4 tUer our tae wtfl from 4 to 1z.Mothers been named Barbaa Eaie. morning and afternoon sessions. Oct. 14. at 1 a. m. The sons should write to Florida State Everyone Is cordially invited to
Starlta 1 -
Fado range *
ages have
Mrs. Jackson a Board of GaInesville attend. ;;
11Tled Elizabeth Mc- may register children on 'ment and at Mrs. L H. Jennings The offering amounted to $19. public Is invited. Heath

the first day.


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1 (""re-Marilal: Exam sldered a strong and Imr .

'Require J For link in the venereal disease ,p -

finding program which I ;

I Carriage License has pushed' persistently durt I'AGK.V: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRArll._ STARKE._-: ._ IS, l'l&! ,.

,, 4 v past four years. __ _..__. _. .h.. ..1.or..n".nt.I"n..n_ ........ ......1. __
t ---- --- -- -- ------- --- - -- w *--- -- ,
il HO ev'above j" moon .
Florida's new pre-marital blood Dr. H. F. I and Southwest quarter that I each named" desIgnated and -o specl- ID.-Cub No i'i". i-, in.
Sondag east quarter; ,
venerei '
teeN. ; D. \\ Wellman whose last LAND! : of :South- required to appear torn la. 'ino. ,
; t,1 test law passed by the 1943 Leg. ease control director of the known address was St Louis Mo. lx>tH 35. 86 and 44. Woodlawn, of Northwest and Quarter North half orN.irlhwtHt tim UlL' hereby Plalr tff! ..- .bill of com- Y u anre..,,. . UluNovember

islature became effective Sunday Board of Health. praises th If alive: and If dead his I unknown In lSect.. ...... 10, The Northeast Kant Quarter of- raNt .juartei qUill; u-r of :14,01, i'aet. "'"At vrcln(10:: the filed -on the 6tli day ",. in, "; pp.*r Oft, 4
.f Southwest
h'-lrx drvincfH. lc-Krat ,BH, or tcrantixii. quarter ofN:;" rl"- na named "' ;
alf Court
,J : and couples applying: for marriage marital blood test law for th ; Norton 1>. Werkhelstr If a111' Jtullway; and Northwest quarter| ofSoutheast :u."i..t t Muari.; ; N .r'S-ut'--1/!h I' ",' "'; I Cvenibci, 1945. and that this Vlalntlfl seek. z Y 'I I .,, kbov5 I
,, IJf Bradfnr.Tr.untv |I. , Wbl'tollt
r In" the I
bout1iebtquart.r ; In
and '
licsnses and If dead h I II! unknown (|unrter nrlir I published
now must tectlon of County
present that it
; affords botl! In i. u, devisees, Ugatees or grantees. uf Southeast quarter ot .and South ant quartoi 3-4 8"ull"ttjcjuarter. ; j' Telegraph. a newspaperf.Vhili.lii"d this Order Totl"K'apl' ., 'I' '"I !IUra lord
medical certificates showing that sons when entering into the ; Mary P. White, If nflve; and l\1.r.h..t! quarter. ; and South. half .' and Ntrth "f' :-o"th-: > ; Hi Bradford County. Fluronce issueS in ? \I? 'I'' Ublhh
: .both dead her unknown heirs, devfs of South hit of Southwest quarter I bait of NorthwiBtiu.irtii ':! w"'k for tour con..cutl Wseitl,
'S parties are free from Infectious ilage contract--many of It. and ,ant uuarter III ,be of Southwest quarter;
s legatees, or grantees; C. F. fettlon 211; '. seal I ''
"Y'J.Ihl1ls.County are Innocent of an Infection Whit lock and wife Hllen C. Whit- Mouth half of Southwest quarter| ofNorthwrst 6&, 50 67, 58. and 60 haH In of Lot H.a..d \viTMv;; mY hand B" Clerk nnd tober at 2, 1945.OFFICIAL SNirke. 10'10", "tY. Hil""leW I? ''

1; .) Judge E.: K. Ferryman may well ruin their lives. lock. If nllvc; and It dad the unknown quarter; In Suction 12: ; Lot 3. and West Is. 111. 111111 2U; and the ? .said <"ourtth!" 4th daV' ( SEAL ( \
and all all L.ots In the )
7 and ,
Nurth half of Lots 8. OPtXr. Starke
heirs! devisees legatees, or Hedl..n 3U; 19 l iS. at J.
c Who has done a rushing: business Another new law highly Kranlees. of such defendants as are Lute 19 end 41, I''KH Right of Way Lithe al and 61: In touthw""t! of !? ,mi State aforesaid.' All Clerk lit Balli 1''Utt Thoma..
p ot 'uiit' T. Frank '.
: In marriage licenses since the duad ; Krvln II. Whitney Whose last of State hoed No 13 and Right uf ouarter"" "theast and < A J. THOMAS: .ntlrlln''. Slarke. i
Dr. quarter for
by : and ot Atty. Plf.
Sondag which al known 'ldrnus was Somervllle, Way of Seaboard Air Line Hallway, quarter ofNorthwest Clerk, CircuIt Court L'ralfordcouncy H..'6" 4Plari4 .
ertabllHhinent of Camp Blanding effective In Section 1) Mouth half of Lots South half of Northeast tlbAL) .__ .
I came on Oct. 1,1 I Maim. If olive; and If dead his unknown ; and Southeast o'iorida.
fcere. stated 3 and 4 and all Lots t, 2, B, 6. 7, quarter; Crosby. Deputy IN: I
: Tuesday that. his office Pre-natal law heirs (dtfvlsnos I legatees, orgrantel's ; quarter cxnept By Lucille CIHCIIT ( 01 h' '
i II ad'not been called I which provide ; l.'hen! N.: WlllcoX and 8. 14, 41, 42, 43. and 44 In Wood- I I quarter nf Northwest 1.1. Northwest corn"r; ('OI''S'I'3' f FLItihJt1\ :\\""
to ,
upon "All who lawn also Northwest quarter of 10 acres rkilill Call-
women are pregnasuspecteI wife Maria Loulre Wlllcox, whoselast ; ot North- Williams. Stafford -11:11: 1'. tlLt _
Issue a licence since the Southeast quarter of NortlieuHt and Northwest quarter Joe ... "
new law known address was Detroit. acres. III for Eva Mitcltum
of 10 < well Attorn..ya i1flhitf:
went Into effect Oct. 1. It Is being pregnantcome Mich.. It alive; and If dead the unknown quarter; In Section 14; Lots 1, 2, 4. W.llt quarter xcept and East. half or TATE 010' FLORIDA topher L..e 1Il1tl'h\lOl'\ v.. rl"'
under the 13 Went half of Lot 19. Lots 20. Northeast corner; )) ,
$ care of a heirs, devisees, legatees or of Northwest. UllADJo'OnD coUNTY.I Cave No. 4075.ORPIcEt onda,"
highly unusual for his office 29. Went half of Lot SO, and Lots Southwest quarter the above "
to clan and Kranteen of Much defendants as are quarter ofouthwest her."y cel'Uly that OF
.L1t I F: ) two days without Ii.1i' surgeon or mi( d"ad, OrKmlo B. Wlllcox and wit. 39. 40, 41, 44. and West half of Lot quarter and Northwest of Northwest; foregoing instrument 111 A true AND NOTICK Pt'UI.ICATTOS
a single and To
must have a blood 45. In Woodlawn; In ttoctlon 15: $ quarter -
test. 1 Julia 13. Wlllcox If alive; and If of North and COpy of the NOTICE STATE OF A1'p5:
cetuw I Issued the Judge elated. Individual Is dead the unknown heirs d viaeei. ; Lots 27. 3S.47., 48. 1\1. and 62, In quarter; and Ua; .t Southwest half quarter corrert ORDER TO APPEAR issued pher Lee Mltchiitn PLtmiA te' Chrl lo.
economically I Woodlawn In Section 16.; Lots 13, west quarter of AND ivhn. .:
: gatees, or grantees of such defendants ; 0 named cause as app..ars Is, : ASN-S4650616 Mlii"'
0011 i
This new law to afford Graded and Southwest quarter In the above ,8f ,
coupled with the South
an examination a* ar. dead; John H. 14, 16, and 16. of Southwest the file and records. of Air Service Enlln 7I
3-day wait between 11eeniM private William. -nd wife Hone Lewis Williams !Head; ant alt of Lota 17. IB 19. 20. .rthwe t quarter of by t'lqlln1'0' I ;
Issuing physician cI
the San
F *
and 32 and South half quarter; and 2ua"er. ai IKto
31 !
It alive; and If dead the unknown 29 SO ; haltot n\v! hand and official You Catif.
and the actual marriage county health officers shall heirs, devisee, legatees, or of Lot 39. and all of Lots 43, 1\3. E6, Southwest quarter; and and South Itarke. Florida this 4th day November are requli\ a i 0, fVpw"
6. Ob'
,: ceremony will likely have the effect the blood specimen and hat grantees of such defendants a.. are at, and 60. and 62, In WOOf II awn, Southwest:: Southeast. quarter quarter, ; and seal 19411. named Court U4U am'. ? i1""*
of of
17 Lot 69 In Woodlawn, half RUM
In Section ,
dead C..J Williamson, L. L. Williamson ; *
of Flowing down the mar. I test made. : ; If !alive; and It dead. the In Section 18; Lots. 1, 2. 8, 4, S. 6, 8, West half of Northwest quarter J Southeast ot A. y Court.. THOMAS.Bradford. plaintiff eeks. <]|I. ")",', '-D rftdf h'r,ln

I ,L ", rtagw rat,). It la believed. The unknown heirs devisees, legatees 11, IK, 18. 34 85, 46. 46. 51. and 62 Southeast quarter ;and of Clerk .Circuit Florida. (HEAL) County this Telegraph hal t I '
pre-natal law's of Northwest quarter County, In
proti or grantees of such defendants as In Woodluwn In Soctlon 19, Lots 6, quarter 0"1(1 fourWitness w.eki:
All medical certificates present to: unborn children against sIs are; P. K. Wilson It alive; 0. 10, 11, 12 15. 16, 17. 18. 19, 20, bouthuast quarter; and Southwest of Bv Lucille CroBby. Deputy Clerk. Issues. .

ed with tppllcaUons for licenses 1! U of and It dead his unknown heirs, devisees 29 30, 32, :a. 86, 36, _87 North half quarter of Northeast quarter\ halt 10-6 U 10-26 __ my hMlld ailS Official
1II1''ltbe Inestimable value lell'.t.ellor grantees; J. K. lie Lot 38 all Lull 43, U'47, 48, 49, Southeast quarter; and West seal at Ittarke f.'hrilla. this I Itob..r
signed by licensed physicians Sondag declared Wilson and wife' Laura A. Wilson 5D, 63, ,)0. 68, and 64. In Wood- of Northeast quarter of North"e..t'Iuarter In IV ', IT COIIIT. BIIAIJFOKDcon" 8, 194S.OFFICIAL o."j
and dated not more than also known as Laura' Wilson If a- lawn: In Section 20; Southeast of Northwest quarter; TV. rtoniuAi IN CIIA.-M- ; ( 8EAL) _i, ,i Tho
S "With these two unknown and Section 33 East:: halt of Southwest A. ClerK of .said i '"urt' ma..
30 new llve; and I If dead t h quarter of Northeast quarter; ; t'KllV. &
days before and
:: the application. working us check mates F* helis, dovlnees, legatee,. or grantm Last:: half of Northwest quarter of quarter of Northeast quarter Southwest; John David Cain. Plaintiff vs. T.: Frank Landrui, "!-larke Florid''
Applicants may obtain certificates of such defendants. as are Northeast qniytT; and Southwest Southwest quarter of and Catherine Tnrwater also known as Atty. for Plf. 1M tl ? :
from the Bradford has come a long way In fl dead! Hrnist (.?. Weler also' knownas quarter of Northwest quarter ex- 'quarter. of Northeast quarter, of Catherine Tnrwater Cain Defenriunt __ 10.i
f' i County Health and controlling one of her Crncst C. Wrier: whose lust '''It 10 airon In Southeast corner! V. e...t half of Northwest quarter fine No. 4076 IV TIIIJ COCHT or 'fin
Clinic; where blood teets are made known a.. II d r e s s was Vermllllon and West half of Southwest quar- Northwest. quarter o f. Northeast onnuu OF PUBLICATIONAND : JIIIX.K. IIHADFolll ronT j
without charge from klllers--syphlUla, the healt 'ounty, 111., If alive; and If dead ter: and Southeast quarter ofSouthwest usrter; and west quarter of South NOTim TO APPEAR KI.O1III> \. |% l'nOIl f'OI1\T' ' :'.'
p or a private fleer concluded. his. unknown I heirs. devisees. legatees quarter; and !Southwest. Unit of Northwest quarter of North- STATE OV FLORIDA to: CatherIn In re: Estate of t '..
doctor who la allowed to charge or 'eranteei: ; Lottie A. Ship- quarter of !Southeast: quarter. 0 f east quart-r, anti Northwest Northwest quarter Tarwnter, also. known as. Cath- : Archibald H. Urecn, ,

mot more than the usual. fee man, If alive; and If dead her unknown Northwest quarter; and Notthwe. ; cud North half of and Ine Tnrwater Cain 110-A Second Deceased.To I
for ,
S S S S 0 0 S e h..1 I'll. dt-viHoes. ; legatees" : or quarter. of Northeast. quarter of quarter of (southwest quarter Street Blalcely Island Mobile Ala- All Cr",dltor'.. niilag | !.
; am itfflce visit. Kiuntens; Mrs. )). I'. Hhlpman If a- southwest quarter; and South half East: 8-4 of South half of Northwest Claim .rr.n U.

t, . The Health Unit here live; If dead her unknown heirs of Norlhuai-t quarter of SouthweHtquarter quarter of Southwest quarter; bama.You are required to appear on i "'aid' EstatesYou or IH-ininiiU .'-1'" '=;.
: announces Brookei devisees, Ixgatees' or grantees. ; An- ; nnd West half of !Southwest and North half of Northeast quarter November. 5. 1945 In the .above and each.
,- :j. that blood tests are made at any aMtasht, Oalllson, If alive; If dead quarter of Southeast quarter: of Soulhwe't quuitpr: and named Court and cause wherein; notified and ,' u ar_'honlly
:1 time during the regular clinic her unknown heirs., devisees legatBun and Northwest quarter of Southeast Southwest quarter of Norlh.mst seeks annulment. Brad- claim and req l I.. t it t, Praisal.
plaintiff any <
fly Joyce Atkinson or grantees; J. F. Morrison quarter; and West half of : quarter of Southwest quarter; shall publish mid" Which ,...
fcwira: 9 to 11 a. m. and 5 to 6 whoso lat known address, vas 803SItuikle :clouthweHt quarter of Northeast I North half of Noithwem, quarter of ford County Telegraph In next tour weekly or either of you '. ,j hay,. '1t 1tI
Older the estate of ,,
p. 'm. on Tuesdays 9 to 11:30 S S S S S ., S S S S e Street Indianapolis. )( lit".. quarter of Southeast quarter; and Southeast quarter; and :Northwest this Ar illiald u. U""""
; : a. If alive It dead his unknown heirs Southwest quarter. of Northeast (quarter of Northeast quarter of IK uell. I deceased late of 1 uld Cois7. t.
WAKMINO ; hnnd and official
:i ? and 1-30 to 4 Thurs- IOUSE I East half of and Southeast Witness my I the County J u d K "'
p. m. on Live quarter IT. Section 21; Southeast, 'quarter ;
Mt: : : Ultra .... ._.. __ d..vl..I'e. legatees or grantees; of seal at .,Starke Florida this 4thOctob..r. County. Florida, at ,In,,, oWiTSS
...... -*..-. tT %* Ditllr* VIA, .s...... ra jiirnie f tiak Bunk, a defunct Florida cor- i Southwest quarter of Southeast I quarter of Northeast quarter house
4 : 1945.OFFICIAL court of .5
Tbe poiatlon 1 ; Florida Development Cor- quarter; In Section 22; All Mocks :Southeast! \ quarter; and West. half 'uij ,
new blood test law is stan and Mrs. Truman Dyal of Southeast. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Starke. Florida within< els"i. iaTi
con.i i.oiHtlon a dissolved corporation. abutter 4, 5, and 6, and all BloCk 10 extiept I of Southwest quarter )
. i hostesses at a house warming description of said defendant I 315 foot r.unt and Weal hy 210 quarter; and North half of Southeast As Clerk of said Court. Building endar months finn, ihe lime ot $ff
nnd the names and addresses feet North and Houth In !Southwest : quarter of Southeast quarter It H Duncan. 517 Lynch :, first publication .f |this| i n..Uroil. ,
i --- -,-- - day. Sept. 27, for &[rs. H of the trustees.oC said corluiatlon I, corner and belonging' to the Mctli- : less Right of Way of Hallway; and Jacksonville Fla. Atty. for Plf. Each claim or demand nhall |b'I It'!

L t Stokes at her new home. lelng unknown Bradford dint 13plncopal ('hurch South, Mrs.H South half of Southwest. quarter; 10-5 4t 10-26 writing. and shall unit' the I'r .
ounty: Dank a defunct Florida C. I>..dd. and "/11'''. A. I. Godwin: : /and South half of Southeast quarter of residence. and pout ,)(CIte ftddro4i.
I Several interesting games corporation a b description of all of Block 14, and the South half I of Southeast quarter less. Hallway ii ('JJU'rIT COVHT JlU\OFOItO of the claimant and shull b. .wo !
ri 4I :: I 1i1iL 1 1i1 played and prizes, were aw* said defendant; : td'r names and of Block 15, all In East; Luwtey. as Right of Way; anil Hast. half CorN'r .'LOltlU"1:11: CHAN- to be the claimant hi* agent '
; ; : to Miss addresses of the trustees. of said per plat recorded I In the public I of Southwest quarter of Southeast CHIt VIva John attorney .and um nuch, claim ak
Loyree Stokes. Mrs ) defendant bring unknown; Armour records of Bradford County, FlorIda quarter except parcels deeded l to Hllllord Plaintiff vs.Case No demand not. so flli'd Stokes und Mrs. CoJeman Pad Furtlllser Works. ,a foreign corporation In Sections 23 and 24; The MaR-yurl and Crawford ; In Sectlun II Milliard, Defendant. LI. PREEN, 5
whose. last known address North ,half of the Southeast quarter 34, Southeast quarter of 4068 As. admlnlstratoi. ,t th<. tiii, ,
} After the gifts were open was Chicago 111; howell Turpen- of tho Northwest quarter; and Northeast quarter; and West halt ORDER OF: PUBLICATIONAND First publication Uctoher 4, I ItiE I
_ z4rv r LP 4! bout 30 guests were served tine Comfjiny\ a dlsBolved Florida the West 420 feet of the Southwest of. Southwest quarter of Northwest NOTICE: TO APPEAR Pfc. 10-5 4t 10"M

and tea hy tho ,corporation and Dan F. Howell quarter of Southeast quarter of quarter; and West half of Northwest STATE OF FLORIDA. to: Is -'-
hostesses. address
John B. Milliard whose : -
I Clifton L. Howell and James Floyd Northwest quarter ;land coiminencInu quarter of Southwest quarter '''i
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Howell. trustees nf said dissolved at the Northeast. corner of West of Railway Right" of Way; 34546803-1703 Star Ser Co. Avn.. NOTICE! OP IIJCTIO
Green corpor a 11 I Ion : win-Lewis-Pace. Northwest quarter. o f Northwest and East nnlf of Southeast quarter; APO No. 964. % Postmaster, San The Board of Public Inmractl
;;: family were visiting friend. Company a dissolved" Florida corporation quarter of Section 24. and running In Section 35; _West half of Northeast }Francisco Calif. of Bradford County Florida hewir
relatives In St. Augustine nnd J. II }Pace J. Q.Lewis. South to land of L. H. 11111. thence quarter of Northeast quarter; You are. required to appear onNov..mb..r calls and gives notice jf an el'!''
Sue H M. Wilson' A. Lee Powell, West on line of said land 750 feet and Northwest quarter of !Southeast 6, 1946 In the above tlon to be held ,>n Tupnilay, N>)
Fi,'lends of George Haztn F. U. frowell.: i.: Mlje. and F. W. Bud- South 63O feet West. 600 feet quarter of Northeast quarter; named. I Court and cause wherein vember 6. 1945 In each ">t the f,,0/0\/ \

_i 1jq' regret to learn that he I Is Ington, trtiMteen of saul dissolved corporation North 1000 feet Kant 4S9 feet and West half of Southwest. quarter plaintiff peeks divorce. Bradford lowing numbered Spatial I Tit
; The Baptist Home a foreign thence. Northerly 1000 feet. East 18S of Northeast quarter; and Northeast County Telegraph" shall publish School Districts. of said fountr. II
lously 111 in the Glendale HUll membership corporation of Monroe feet to point of 1>beginning. Sections quarter of Southwest quarterof this Order In next tour weekly the public school house (for who
4it. $ In Palatka. We wish him a Uounty, N. Y.. a better description 23 and 24; containing 20 Northeast quarter: ; and Northwest IssueS.WiSess. pupils) In each said district ftr I
-it.! sp of said defendant and: a better acres. more or less.. ; South half of quarter: of Northeast quarter; my hand and official each said. district to. ,U-n thru III I
re oyery. address of said corporation being Northwest quarter of Northwest and South 3-4 of East half of seal! at Starke; Florida this Oo- trustees and assess ;ihi fillings fa

' I Mr. and unknown; Atlantic and Uulf Land quarter; and Northeast quarter of Northwest quarter of Southeast toher'lt.Jrlt4EAI. the ensuing two ((2)) yean. 7i j
Mrs. II. H. Hende Corporation a dissolved. Florida Northwest quartet except 3'AI acresIn quarter; and West half of Northwest ( .) A. J. Thomas For the purpose. nf holding ill
4 of Sanderson were Sunday dl corporation and Taylor Q Overby, NorthjRHt corner and E acres In quarter of Southeast quarter; As Cleric of said Court election In each district! the ni-i<
VENETIAN guests of Mr. F T. H.wMt and M. E. llalloway Southeast corner; and a piece of and Southwest quarter. of Southeast Ziich H Douglas, Gainesville FI..... lowing managers are appointed' ,
and Mrs. Wit: trustees of said dissolved corporation lAnd 845 feel North and South and quarter; and Southwest quar- Atty. for Pit. 10-5_ 4t 10-211 llnntpt I
V Dukes. t Bradford Bank, a defunct 060 feet ISnnt andYeat lying West ter; and South halt of South half Mpelnl Tat th....l UIMt.l.t l >.. J
--i a i Florida. corporation a better description nf State Hood No., 13, less 1 3-4 of Northeast quarter of Northwest IN cmrtir cornr. niiAnvniin O. a. Pearce fci
itt and Mrs. Truman Dyal of said defendant and the acre. on East side being In North quarter ;and Kant half of Northeast ('or' 'I'Y. FI.OHIIJAl IN CHANCKIIY. Aaron Minton Al
.: 4V BLINDS I Mrs. H. B. Stokes ictuined h names of the trustees of said cor- half of Southeast quarter of Northwest quarter of Northwest quarter of Bob Erown 19
I.oratlon being, unknown; Bradford quarter; In Section. 26; Northwest Northwest quarter; and South half Effle Llndor Plaintiff vs Henry C. C. Tldwell twStnrke .
Saturday from visiting frit Lumber Company It dlsssolved quarter of Southwest quarter of Northwest quarter of Northwest. .Llnder Defendant. Case No. 4072. pBperlnl -'
and' relatives in Ocala for aWe w> Florida corporation and C. J. Mo- of Northeast quarter; and SoutheaSt quarter; and South halt of Northwest ORDER OF PUBLICATION Tea "Mrhnol' Illntrlct '1t
U liee, J. c. Oroff and C. D. Black. quarter of Northeast quarterof quarter, ; In Section 36; all of AND NOTICE TO APPEAR K P. emorest
are sorry to repoit welltrust of said dissolved corporation Northwest quarter; and West the foregoing" land being:' situate STATE 01" FLORIDA to T-Sgt. T. N. Wendrlck
GASSETT C. C. Dee and family' .lost I I the' address of said C. D.JtIckwell half of NDrtheant: quarter of Northeast In Township Five f6) South. Range Henry Llnder-6396897. O N. Com Paul Bridges; 1 1
home fire being I West Palm Peach, quarter of Northwest quarter; Twenty Two (22) East In Bradford pany School Camp Wheeler Georgia L. A. Reynolds.
by Wednesday al Fla, and the addresses of said and Northwest quarter of Northwest County, Florida; Lnwty
l 't FURNITURE noon. other defendants and a better deHCI quarter of Northwest quarter; GREETING: : You are required to appear'on Special School DUtrlrtJ ,
L i 'Iptlon of same being unknown ; and South 3-4 of the East. half of W. H Edwards Jr., and his wife November. 5. 1945 In the above IS.T'l II I
$ Mrs Jj tty Hazel Audrewl Brnvard Properties Inc. a dissolved Southwest! quarter of Northwest. Hula M m: wards. having' tiled In named Court and cause, wherein Troy BennettA.

EXCHANGE Jacksonville w"s vlflilng her Florida corporation, and H quarter\ : and Northwest quarter of thls" Court their sworn Bill of Complaint plaintiff seek* divorce. Bradford H. Harley
t I P. u.r.Rw M. Watson, Chus. K, Southwest quarter except W acres. In this suit the nature and County Telegraph shall publish. Carl HI II lard
; i ents. Mr. and Mrn. Lee Gr War-Kin. ; Lamon, and P L'Watson In the Southwest corner. ; and North. purpose. of which Is to determinethe this. Order in next four weekly 1 nnilrrhlll. > ft
Monday. trustees of said dissolved (east. quarter of Southwest quarter title of the plaintiff to the i.nueit.Witness Special! Tnx Vrhool District 1.....
'corporation; ; Live: : Oak.Bank, a defunct uf Southwest quarter; and South land herelnabove described to be a my hand and official F. M. NormA, fcr ," .
_.--- -.-----" Florida I corporation a better west quarter of Southeast. quart..rrtSO good and sufficient absolute fee seal at Pt..rke. Florida, this. Oc- O. C. Hutchison ,,-
: --- description said defendant and ; t quarter" ; and South' ilmpln. title to have all claims. and tohor 3. 1945.OliF1CI.L O. II. Alvarez ,
Ii1 the. names of th. trustees of said quarter of Northeast quarter Interests of the defendants and ( SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas, Russell Norman I
corporation being. unknown; Bradford of Southwest quarter. ; and Northwest each of them. in and to said land As flerk of said Court.T. irnhnni .
)'(< Company a better descriptionof quarter of Southwest quarter passed upon and determined to Frank Lnndrum Starke Florida Special Tnx Hi>h..ol. DUIrlrt It
j This Spare Demoted To said defendant being unknown; if Southeast: quarter: and Southwest remove clouds upon the plaintiffs'title Atty for Plf. 10-5 4t 10-28 John McKinney .
Florida Land ,Corporation, a dissolved quarter of Northwest quarter to said 1e
land to quiet and con R. 8. Wa dln '
Florida corporation and nM. nf Southeast. quarter. ; and Northeast firm the plaintiffs' title thereto IN rinrriT oorwr. lilt *"KnnnCO Berry Dyal 'i.
i1 ; irfl &J Ulll.ert; Alfred Hughes. and Fred<< quarter of Northwest quarterof and In which bill of complaint the !'%TY FLOIIIIlXl IN: flllN- Wiley Edmonton *
: "God And Home And Native J.2 Gilbert, trustees of said cor- Southeast quarter. ; and West. plaintiffs state that they believe CK.HY.Cannon New HUrr 't

Land"I 1.oration r ; ; ; The' r 1:10 "ddF:andImmigration ; half. of Naitheant qunrter, of BouthviHt there are person Interested In the Saunders, Plaintiff vs. Wil Special Tax School Illntrlrt (.1I
I ( 0., a -- quarter; and North half of land herein Involved and herein- liam Snundurs> Defendant., Case Will Andrews ; r"
ida corporation the names of the Southeast quarter o f Northwest above described whose. names are No. 4079ORPER. Kustlco Kelley \
,i Hy .' .trustees of said corporation being.iinknown quarter; and Southeast quarter of.Southwest unknown to them and having furher OF PUBLICATIONAND Ethan; Sapp ,j\,,1
: Florida Railroad Company quarter of Northeastquarter .
I ( nani-il therein certain persons. NOTICE TO APPEAR Oble Moody ,
,' a corporation a better: devcrlptlon ; In Section 271; Southeast firm.. and corporations as known STATE OF FLORIDA to Pvt.. Iflellltronn V
: of said defendant and the miurter of Hrmtheast. quarter of by name to William I 'flil I
\ Saunders uiHtrlit
The Laura them the said plain Finley General Special Tax Nchonl
II. Scott W. C. T. U. names of the trustees of said corporation Houth' west quartrr ; and West. 360feet tiffs hut as not known by them, Hospital Thomasvllle Georgia. J. S Hupp f
b,.lng unknown J. L. of East: hnlf .
; 0 f Northwest
the said You :
plaintiffs .
whether they or are required to appear on Freda, Clark
cviw Of Starke Harvey Realty Company, a better 'quarter of No'th..n..t quarfer: and any of them are dead or alive, and November 6, 1945. In the above Russell Carter I J
description of said defendant being Houth halt of Northwest quarter of
al believed' named Court and
by tHem the said cause wherein Tully Norma |
unknown; Porn Water Coni- Southwest quarter of Northeastquarter plaintiffs. If !living" to be Interested. plaintiff sacks divorce. Bradford ItlMlna'
'pany, dissolved Florida corporation ; and South half of South-
: In the property and County Telegraph shall Tnx School OlxtrM. 1
premises here Special
Whose Motto Is and ir P. Leach P. S. Leach went of Northeast publish
__ : quarter; in Involved and herelnahove deHcrlbed thin Order In next four weekly Floyd Crosby 6
_ _ nnd J. R. Henry, trustees of said end Nurthuast quarter of Northwest and. If IHHIIOH F
dead to have been H. B. Kelley
I Company .
corporation ; ha ey.Hamby quarter; and Southeast quarter of Interested therein Witness
; my hand and official Cauley Crosby f
n dissolved. Florida corporation Southeast of :,
: "Not bf/ Might, nor by Power, but and Thomas B. Hamby Emma quarter ;and quarter Northwest quarter Northwest of And or having claiming made all persona. havIng seal, rat 1915.OFFICIAL Pfnrke. Florida, this Oo- Harry Lewis 'I: ,
any Interest In the llrnoker
M Hamby and T. 10:. Blssell trustees Southeast .
quarter of Northwest
t by My Spirit salth the of said corporation; Julia McN quarter; and North half of Northwest above described land parties dafendant As' SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Special Tax Mrhool District l -' /4
Lord ofosa" Tenny and her htiMband William of to the sld bill of com Clerk of said Court. J. B. Edwards! 8r ,
quarter Northwest "
h Tenny. whose last known addresseswore aid South half of Northeast quarter quarter; plaint; T. Frank Ijindrum Starke Florida. L. A.. Fowler t ft I
// And having demanded from the Atty. for Plf. jo-5 4t 10-28 Clyde Cone
ti; : Minneapolis Minn; It alive; of Southwjst quarter of Northwest. Clock' : of the. Choult .
.' and If dead their unknown heirs quarter; And South half. of !Southwest for Uradf>rrt County Court Florida In and Lee Oalney. [0-' 6tIt'
- devisees. I I.. K ateen, or grantees: quarter of Northwest. quartet1: making nf the IN rinrriT cornr. nni>Fonn
: Joseph P. MrCullev, If alive; and If nnd North half of North half of persons nn order requiring such eoI.s.I.Y. .. .'LOllm.\. IN ('JitaFit ,,11
; h { (Zech. 4:6): ,dead his unknown heirs, devisees. Northwest quarter of Southwest. their Sin'L"rtl*'" to appear to ( 1
___j 414 1 Ipffntaes or grantees. ; marter; ; Anti Northeast. quarter of a nay. "not less of '"'"Pi"'"' upon Etta Cr'eola Jlrlnson Plnlntlff. vrt.
(:nAND Southwest. quarter and West 3-4 than twenty eight r"uehlll Calhoun r'nilon'' \
; Defendant
days ,
ci; i Watch For TO ALL PKHSONS! HAVINO of South hUt of Konthwest qunrter the date nor more Dt than sixty. days fromorder Case Nt). 4071.() [BuyWarBo//
Peppy Paragraphs OH CLAtMINO: ANY 1NTKHHST! IN of Southwest quarter; and West ; the making of said ORDER OF PUBLICATION


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l Otr t.n.t Camp i"landlng or A. 1-- I p-trr-'w"
U KlngHley village tip '-ole 1u.

I LOST-3 head pfi
.cows-one branded] APAnTMENT
QI on side RENT-Mlddl*
IJ>; on side. on. brand.d aged .Christian people no chll-
: supposed to have
AIJAIiIMFriI-s: : calves; one red butt-headed with Clark's dren. 3 miles nut East Call St.

sale tall' JI'.J. Shaw Ht.. I. Brooksld Farm. 9-J8 at 1. OII9INAL INSPECTION _
2. $
p Flux 2. Stark..
tip *OU SAI.iJ--1917: Ford sedan motor I Aetiul. "Pert..... baa dictated. 3. REPAIRING

FOR( SALT'}-4-raom concrete blnrktrie I In "good condition 4 good I cite lB.p.eUoa .....d.wd.. Tk',. Sag Tlrastons's qaipm.nt m-IUU.. r..rflauj*. a7o. npa"l pMet, toftttirvitk

house. furnished, Including el..e I tlrllM.north of T..nn"r'Lawtey. Garage, 1 anile I t5o.s ar. designed..... th&. *,. justify seleei 02 trwdcd Ur.. which autmfiH >f..Ul repair mtttadf,

roc? CENT;? : formation refrigerator. For further In. [ ttp, I u-a 1abft aDd aaIriel. eate, ktjk.e$ balsa.. r ..ieo.sbise ta predae the IIIPM'
see W. C. I
Conner West "
tL. End Urocery. Owner R. 8 Downs. nnrel.sus-10 Pap..rVhlte bushel, field and dug' taaUty of repaIr work.

_ 10-5 2tp learl
IS per bushel
lln.: N. nValnwrl.rht.. 303 ?
_J. 6. r lark 1t.. IiIlnrke. It
FOR SALE-. Auto radio. $25; 14 4.r
Inch icreen wire !
; good saddle
: 'j IF
YOU NEED horse Stark'
,. Am Now Operating" My I Call Amusements
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APARTMENT Feed Mill On Wednesdayand I FOR RENT-.One completely furnlshed 'if :
with modern c Saturday Each ,, venlenceH Stanley's Ranch Rte 4. TtlAD IUNIR _
X*. 3 miles ; .. CURING
__ toward Keystone. 1IPFOn
: Week. grade Rbiin' i-as.. 31r.cse'.
SALE-1919 55.4 r"ertl.-.1 1. see p- InatUoac nrea .. Only those tires wbiek oaform
-' tlble .. New Mercury tires. conv.rconn Heater :: e rubies a. tht a..d : i-... w avset ",...utaUoaa I* :ItreMone's klfk nuodtfd ofuBty

t and radio. ('*" at Edward's ar.t.--T-: get 1.sge aa4 CCtZOS4 wtUt PtIaiIS. pvaltud to P's'

;.. ; WE HAVE THEM EARL COOK _Sr Sit. itpWAN'fTD..fluIr .tipe.*. th strict are flasl lBsp* loa.

From Starke, Fla. .I.. In f"od. condition case. Must fone..t be
,i $15 Per Month Up ?.. for ca.h.Vrlt.. Box

__to Rt..rk.. lip

_ I STRAYED Otl TOtEN-1 medium'
Mile :3-Y'lllr-old! Jersey cow withmontnoM LCITJ Rliok leather billfold In

W. T. CLUTE REALTOR heifer o.lf. both Thatr Wednesday night"
marked. Any Information l.adl Finder keep money and return
( .ic InK '" the recovery of this cow fine.Other ntents. to newspaper of- J. P. ROBERTS
calt will he rewarded a' H itFO'Nn
_ lIennett. tarke.. Fla. ip,
119 EAST CALL STREET STARKE hl artillery ran. south nfhter
FOR HAL.fc:-1841 Chevrolet truck fllndlng. maIl' black mule wIth
-- In good condUlon with larlf, IamB0 ft for .hollld..r..
f t take body. c. B. Law. Vnd t.fd.-"u -III IfarrIs. Or.t'n Dodge & Plymouth

tey. FU. sip 'Cwners"'I1'" hl1v. bT paying for all
. ltp Temple A vet STARKE, FLORID


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