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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Commends Judge A. V. Long,



II Retire From Bench, Oct. 1st BRADFORD



'deg edrementof of Gainesville FederalJudge, effec- COUNTY TELECPH I S "

to a
1. will bring

,tbe cutter distinguished career of Official County Publication Established In 1S''l
County".
I of Bradford
,ion
of Judge Long, -- ..- --._ .. --- _u -- '- P
-nation "OLUMS-SIX'I'\NINE .
predded over the V. B. t tiTARKB.: Kl.OltlOV FKIIIVV, SEPTEMBER 5, 1947 NUMBER "FOJtTY-FOUK
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''_unman 4,I of laSt Florida week who since expressed by 1934 President,"ap-was Lengthy Ballot Will Face Voters I j Mooney At" Clemson 'BHS I Ready For New Term Monday :'



Lon High of discharged office"the manner the In whichfcve duties r a In City Election Here Next Tuesday I y euI hif \With New Principal, Large FacultyWith


who moved to
.
,, Lone
f (
when but Shown below is a sample ballot for
Lake City the City Kltction
(rom well-rounded( faculty of 30-largest in its his
an old reached the retire. which will be held here Tuesday, September 9. Close to tory--Bradford! High School (Including Starke elementary)
of 70 last spring. Hen 1,000 electors are qualified in the city and a heavy vote is will
,e : open Monday morning, Sept 8, at 8:40 a. m. for a full
in Lake City on May 14, predicted in view of the large field of candidates and the day of classroom instruction. Registration of students

:jtt ion of the late Thomas great interest that has been evidenced. Polls open at 8 completed on September 4. was
t Annie Pemberton Long. I a. m. and close at sundown. ''I t
C. S. Partin
of
was the first judge of new principal BUS announced: yesterday -
her Ird Judicial Circuit of Flor- SAMPLE that each school day will be divided into six periods of

rag been appointed under letter express-- your desire to BALLOT Drivers Licenses rrtM"' 151) minutes: each. Lunch period for the high school will be

atltutlon of 1868.t retire as United States District Now SaleThe .x from 12:24 to 1:00: p. m. ; for the elementary grades from

Long was reared in Judge for the Northern Districtof On z nt'. L 11 ::H to 12:24: ; and for the kindergarten, starting at 11:45.

', receiving his education In Florida effective October 1, SAMPLE BALLOT new 1947-48 drlveis' 11- : 4 ro ki"n School begins each morning at 8:40: and Is over, for the

'IMO'J< )' of Bradford County. 1917, which with Is approved In accordance censes went on sale Tuesday in : : students at 3 ::11. Under provisions of the new school law .
the Florida Agri- your wlxhes. --
[:tended the teacher day l will consist offt
for "I wish to take this the office\ of County Judge K.: K. \
In Lake City opportunity
il College hours In the .chool-from 8:30: i
t of two years and later to assure you of my appreciation Regular City Election;; Perryman. Building Permits until 4:30.This: .

law in the office of Judge of the manner In whch; you have //SEPTEMBER 9, 1947 Drivers have until October 1> to i year, for the first time,

,T. Wills of Starke. dlHrhargerl the duties of your high: Starke, Bradford County, Florida purchase the permits. Persons who Staike will have a principal forth

IIrn..1| Aw Mayore office. Your distinguished career wait until after the deadline may Total $100:000 elementary school, and this

; Long was admitted to upon the Bench will always con-' have their license. renewed only Charles Mooney, star high, : position I Is filled by Mr*. Grace j

/at the age of 20 his dla- stltute one of the fine traditions Make a cross-mark (XI) before by taking a drivers' test or by school athlete, left last week 1 for W. On borne. Also for the first

; of nonage having been of the Judiciary. t the name of the candidate of paying a one dollar penalty.In Clemson I That Starkelte! are continuing time, there will be a full-time It.brarlan .
the Circuit "I sincerely hope that the your choice. College S. C where he+ to build attractive
4 by order of years previous years, a drivers' test comfortable -Blanchard Law Mrs.
The following year. 1898 ahead will hold their full measureof was mandatory for all delinquent hall been awarded a football scholarship ,, homes in spite of the scarcity and! Jessie I* Young Is general super I

onteered In the Spanish. content and happiness" -------- license renewem. However, a renewal high price of materials! and othvrhnnctlcapn visor of county schools, filling

tin War and received a Han Outdoor Hubble For Mayor may be obtained( now on Arlilltlonnl: recognition fur out- IH. reflected In the fact the position heM by Mm.' Oaborna
:!ion as first lieutenant of During his 13 years In office payment of a dollar If renewed standing "athletic ability! character that almost $60,000 In new home last ynar

Forlda! Volunteer Infantry Judge Long ban held court In Vote for one: within 11 months after the old .excellence 'leadership, and In- construction la now under, way Other Innovations will be a

5 years he was a member Gainesville, Panama City Mar-!I license expires.Stockmen. dustry" wn. recently accorded! to has just been completed, or will time music instructor, Mr, I.
.State National Guard.r lanna, Pen acola and Tallaha8Sl"e.1 _- Mooney with his appointment as start within the next few days Citnovn and a full time
services of As a member of a DON L. HOOVER la addition to the new con- tull'I'I
', early public .. a member of the Nntlomil StarAthlete of gh'," physical' education,
Include court, he wrote the opinion In the --- HtiULtlon, around $13.000 wort ho/
iitijigulshed justice I 1- J.: P. ROBERTS Report Association, founded to Louise Dyers, who will also
ami as mayor of, Starke. famous tax< eaten against the --- -----_._-- .. provide means of recognition for I building* have Bern moved here this work In the
>u elected to the Florida chain stores. Counting hli timeon HAROLD C. WALL outstanding high school athletes from Camp Illnndlnw/ within the' school.
the Circuit Court bench and the ----- put few months. fur convertingInto
stun as representative fromurd ----- -- -- --- Lice InfestationIndications I throughout the country. It wa stated, that the kindergarten
,
f
County In 1902 when Federal bench he has served the .. Mooney graduated, from BUS dwt'Illnga.Promhtent 1 conducted by Mrs. Martha
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3 years of age, and also people of Florida as a Justice for l last spring, following a fnur! -year among the Smith, will be held In the rearwing
J during the 1903 session. more than a quarter of a century. For Alderman For Two Year point to a rather athletic career He wn. high scorer construction scion' to get 1I"'j of the USO building HUH

tort time later, Judge Long Judge Long was married In heavy Infestation of the African on the Tornado squad for two way are two three-bedroom concrete year, and Its term will also begin
pointed State's Attorney of 1899 to Miss Ruby M. Brownlee. Vote for twoPAUL: Tall Louse In Bradford County Honors\ and a No starred in bH ket. block homes to be started I on Monday. I'

!Eighth: Judicial Circuit of They had three children: Augustus .. based on reports of cattlemen andInap..cUona ball track and l various extra. soon In a now subdivision\: on
''i by Governor Broward to C. Long, vice president of the L. BRIDGES i "- made by County Agent curricular activities. He IH the North W..etmon'lanel' Street near In Faculty as follows of the school this year

> unexpired term, of Ben- Calli'oinla-Texas Co.. of New --. T K. McClane during the past nan of Mrs C. W. Mooney of the Jos. *:. Wllnnn residence These :
P.1 Calhoun, deceased. York; Mrs. Ann Long Conant of LEVY A. CANOVA ten days.! Stnikc. are to b* built for Guy Andrew. let Grades: Edna Prevatt Lola f

illO he was again appointed Jacksonville, and the late Mrs. Every herd inspected has produced and W J. Dodd, Jr.,, and will oust Robert, Ola Robinson, Madg

i Attorney by Governor Gil- ''I Ella Mae Canova of Gainesville. GEORGE B. FLYNN JR. one or more cows heavily Funeral Today around 97,000 each,1 Mlddleton;

,holding this office contlnu- As to his future plans Judge ALBERT HARTMAN w Infested with tall lice These lice Another new home'soon to be 2nd Grade: Helen Malone, I

untll April 1921 when ap- Long says that "Unlike a lot of are readily controlled by dippingthe For 'Mrs. Stokes started Is I a $4.500 concrete blockhouse Louise Raul ron, Evelyn Cooper(

d Circuit Judge ofthe old men I still know how to play!" ,JAMES A. LEWIS tall in a solution of 1 1.2 +. for Mr. and Mr.. ResM artS Grades! Justin Felhim,

h i Judicial Circuit by} Oov- He likes to flan and hunt hobbles I percent DDT. This can be prepared Mrs L renna Stokes. 62, wife Colson on West,,Madison Strut;, II1rn..Un. Mr,6sor. ,EIh.1UMf ., ,...

Horde .... _, j ooo ,acquired during .his early manhood BARLEY F. STRONG uslnv on. vk>n \Iar
., 'died In the *" r:
Thursday
\ promotion to, th*'F deral 'In Starke, and: h. enjoys cent wettable DDTto four gallons morning / Bridge, Ada ,.aw.o.;; '
from It -aU" at his .' .. of water, Other -, of ,Shadycrest Hospital Starke aftera "
I type
ama on June 4, 19341 whencommlsslont'd "getting away : Some of In. material I Is on the fith Qrades: Eunice !oJ
brief Nines Bearing,
weekend on Cowpen Lake DDT preparation b* usedat
cottage may ,
j bye PreatI ground anu construction will soon Ethel Svwif, Ruth
-- f-- 1 1.2 but the Mrs. Stokes burn In Ora- Frailer; 1
Roosevelt as United'StateaW 21 miles from Gainesville. ----- ---- percent strength was begin on a $4,000 concrete blockhouse
the Northern District of After his retirement becomes wettable DDT seem to give a ham, the daughter of the late Oscar for Loran Conner on North 8th Grades; Kate Sheppard, W1I- ''I P

JA: His retirement next Oc effective "October 1, he will be :For Arfermaa'For ONE Year'e longer residual effect. W. and Pearl bfulrhee'Dyal. Broadway, near the J. P. Colley lie Mae Denton: ,

J till end more than 1:11: years. subject to call at hls'convenlence. .(I'nexpfred Term) Cattle which have not been In addition to her husband she home. 7th Grade:\ Verna Demorest, :i
which demandhis U. survived by three daughters Hazel Crensler;;
irttorious service. on any cane might uFLORENCE sprayed for file this summer .Xhe new F. C. Molllngsworth
Vote for
Pn>ooldpat'. Letter experience at any time. one: have shown a much higher Infestation Mr. Thelma Polk Brooker. Mrs. home! on Went Madison Street at 8th Grades: Blanch Edwards. r

m e letter received from Presl- His many' friends In Starke and than sprayed catle. The Fay Johnson Lake Butler and Myrtle Is nearing completion J.I Eva Anderson;

Truman, under date of Au- Bradford County hope that upon B. BROWN lice can. In a short time, weakena Mr. Lorle Roberts, Starke; four i I>. Rick Is contractor, and the 9th through, 12th Grade *ubJ -

J% will be one of the' most retirement he will have more time j CARL A. KNIGHT strong healthy animal to the sons, Henry Stokes, Texas City.I dwelling, will cot around $8,000 i ct*: Ruble Ma Perkins, fdalou

|y prized documents kept by to spend here talking over old extent that It will not be able to Texas Earl Stokes, and ,Elmer.all of Brooker.Marvin and I Also under construction Is a Davis. Alexander Purcell, Ruby "

lodge as mementoes of his times, and visiting once again the E. H. SMITH endure the winter. new home for Mr. and Mrs. Foster fee Craft N. Carson Geiger Delia

on i the bench. The Prealte scenes that were familiar to him Farmers are strongly urged to Funeral services will be held Shi Smith at Orange and Lo Ronenbcric, Ellen Law, Dorcas r

-. ) : In the early days when his career Inspect all of their cattle Immediately Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock In' fayette Streets; permit, $:I. OO. Carver, Loyrll Bryant Maoml
---
In the making. louse. It I almostas Dedan Church with the Rev. C. Hill, V. R.
will .acknowledge your was for this When this la completed the pres- Ferguson vocational J
I For Marshal For Two Years large as the hog louse and la A. Crosby officiating Intermentwill :I ent Smith horn on I'ark Place agriculture/ ), A. W, Bates (Band)
found almost entirely In the switchof be In Dedan Cemetery under and also classroom Instruction.In .
will be sold or rented.
County Schools C. Jones.
fors Vote for one: the tall. If no lice are found the direction of DeWitt addition to classroom In- s
Forfeitr Receive $35,500In but the tall Is full of nits (eggs) Pall bearers will be Colman, R. K. Mundorf Is building a tructlon, Geiger will continue M I
I I Padgett. Howard Mott. Sanford $2,600 frame house on West Pratt
It means that the grown lice have head football coach and athletlo
FundsThe II RAIF V ALVAREZ and M. O. Street near the old Strode ,
Plnholnter
State I Hicks. John place ,
director
Game died but a new crop will be hatched assisted by Bryant.
Day Board of, BEN C. HOLTZBNDORF in the next week or ten days. Harrell. Recently completed was a $3,.
Bradford County
dipping the tall In 1 1-2 per- 000 concrete block home for Pre.
By School Board OK'sFour
a Starke Public Instruction last week re; W. E. THORNTON cent DDT there will still be plentyof cott GUI on Seventh Street at
Red Sox tooK afrom
ceived warrants totaling {35,900 Beer Sale
DDT left to kill these nit Sunday of the old city park. Appointments I
two strong Jackson- the first two payments
representing when they hatch out. One of the largest dwelling
I teams during the weekend, (for July and August) of now under construction I Is the In a brief Labor Day session

K-ig Downing Eros. Sunday funds Foundation from Program tile State Fund Minimum as setup I For City Clerk Treauirer. TuA..or Funeral TuesdayFor Stopped By BoardIn ranch type home being built by here Monday four teacher the School recommendations Hoard approved -.

Score of 6-5: and winning a and Tax Collector J. M. Edwards on West Madison
under the new school law. Jeff D. Norman by the Stark trustees,
I Street from the L.
D. Yin-
here on Labor from For Two Years Labor session across
Day a brief Day
,
granted one leave of absence and.
The School Board received two ,
fag home. Total cost of this residence
T checks of 913,723 each for teach will be around 15,000 and bu route
Vote for one:
voted to
Commissioner.
"*"Ia pitched seven Innings of ers' salaries; two checks of 91,311each Jefferson D. Norman, 86 retired County the sal of beer throughout Mr Edwards "hope to have It Trustees U' A. Canova and K.' t
ball and then weakened for transportation; and two, 2ft, top completed by Christmas G. Duncan submitted the following -
FUTCH farmer, died Friday August the county from midnight Saturday -
Ing up 5 run. before big, checks of $2,511:: each for current, C. A. at his home near Hellbronn to midnight Sunday. County lluuw* Moved Here recommendations for teaching

[G lwln came, In to set them i expense. CARL JOHNS Spring He was a,, life-long resident law enforcement officers were Included In the $15OOO/ worth positions In the Bradford High

With Downing! Bros State School Superintendent of Bradford County having notified of the new regulation of construction moved Into town School:

r nd 5-4 the Red Sox came 1 Colin EnglUh announced that a been born on March 8, 1861 the This action was taken In accordance and reconverted are Ruby Ice .Craft Hoot Economics -.
f" made two run* 'In the total of J5.414.810 wa sent to the son of the late Mr. and Mr. Frank with an amendment to A $1,000 permit for J. R. Bul- .

( the ninth to win tt-S. j 67 counties. Of this sum $4,490- Market Manager Norman. the Beverage Code parsed at the ILngton of the Hollywood Camera Louise Bycr Physical Educa

nt for the visitor. struck S23 was for teacher salaries, Survivors include three ..onll.T last legislative nsionr giving, A: Gift Shop; location, West Pratt tion.Maoml

_U Starke batter, while Ken- $276.004 for transportation, and Discusses ProblemsAt O. Norman, A. D. Norman andL. Board. of County Commlsnloners Street. lUll Science.
I out 11 The : Ruby Conway, West Washington Mr. L. A. Canova Music.
batten for Down- $648,378 for current expense. Rotary ClubA O. Norman all of Starke; five theauthority to regulate the
the counties la, I Street, $2,500 permit.M. The recommendations wr acceptnd _
uext payment to daughter. Mrs. W. T. Tlllls Plant hours of sale of alcoholic beverages -
r-Jtop; Bryant and Kenl due on Sept. 13.: discussion' of .how the local City, Mrs. Marvin Hubbard. Oc- within the territory of their V. John. Pratt Street, $2- and appointment mad
W:3 hit* to The checks for capital outlayare W Mathews Lake within 50O permit. Mr. Evelyn Hitch was granted
lead Starke hit. Farmer Market can bent cowe, Mrs J. county not Included any
ptat. I a leave of absence for the 1947-
White Castleman 'and Bes- being withheld (as requiredby City Tenn.. Mrs. Homer Stearns municipality). Cities tlll have Nell H. Nollman moving two
rot ) until serve the farmer or the county. I house, South Walnut Street 3- 48 term from hr teaching pool-
two each for Downing. State Board regulations Tavare. and Mr. H. C. Edward, the power to regulate the sal I
'airfield] Forfeit English has certified that the a* well as the community as a Jacksonville; and one brother, F. within their corporate llmlU. :000.W tlon In the Starke elementary

Labor county has budgeted the required whole, was made at the Rotary M. Norman. Starke. I H. Nollman. moving three school.
Day
game between submitteda house, Nollman Villa 4000. The Board appointed Russell
,
J* of Jacksonville and the matching sum and has of the Club Wednesday bv Ralph B. Al Funeral service were held at Doyle The Cleaner Buoloo Construction* Ifornsby to drive the F. J. Shaw
leE for the spending
was sponsored by the plan vases: market manager the graveside In Dyal Cemetery | Major bulnes constructionnow biw rout at a salary of $80 per
' funds. Adds EquipmentA
Lions building
I6ces" Club. bringing a lot of school Bradford share of the capital Mr. Alvsrea pointed out that Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock. under way Is the Mike Mar- month, and Margaret Brown to t
to the ball through the market during Arrangements were In charge of drive the Sampson City bile routeat
game.! salt
funds will amount to $7,> complete new dry cleaning uca block on Tenth Street permit
*?, a pitcher' battle be- outlay 542 which will be sent to the she past year totaled more than DeWitt C. Jones. unit, consisting of washer cleaner $5.OOO: and the R. A. Green buildIng a salary of f 80 per month.iient .

' Jim Godwin and Tommy in three payments of $2 314 half a million dollars and stated' extractor and dryer has just been Kant Call Street, permit S
i T* i,1- Godwin giving up county that thu: front could easily bedoubled 5 County Teachers Installed by Doyle the Cleaner $...000. Earlier In the year, an

While Stevens gave up 5. each. It all farmer would co I Get Degrees Today Owner J. D. Doyle states that 18,000 permit was issued to the The OFFICE CATSays
market. In order
tame with the .
was close all the way operate the new equipment will enable him Shadyerest Hospital for an annex, [ ]
fue Marvin J. Green attract buyer In largenumbers. :
to to
a disagreement overt must be con- Five Bradford County teachers to take care of Increased capacityand to the existing building. D. O.
'" .
t the last half of'the : Buried SundayFuneral produce In one central point I are among the 242 candidates offer even quicker service to Kelly was issued a $1,000 permitfor

.using 4chow the Fan-field Inde- Marvin J. where centrated It Is easily accessible! Mr.Alvare I who will receive degrees from the ,hi* customer. a store and filling station on.
to forfeit a 9-0 de- service for also works to UnIversity of Florida at commencement Temple Avenue.
to the Red Sox.: Green a former resident of Starke' stated. of It the to exercise today Sept. Sullivan To Run Figuring In minor buildingsgarages ,.

e local club I is trying to get who died Thursday August 28.. at I' the advantage all buyers on one grower platform. 9, marking one of the largest ( ete.) and repaIr., building .

e. game for Sunday andhe his home In Miami were held Sunday have less opportunity for summer *ein>/lon graduating classes For Commissioner permit In Stark for the .
at 4 o'clock In the affording Institution. first eight months of 1947' would
of the
to afternoon down" by In the history
see a lot of up- "beat the price
to
them employe of
Lake Cemetery.In J. P. Sullivan an total around 100000.
.refMadeline
*
out Klngil an- Lacy
to see It.COWARDS. one market against
Mrs.Janle playing
addition to his widow Crosby Brooker the Starke Coca-Cola: Bottling
\ deceased Is sur- other. of Route 1 HARRY WAYNE : lJ n'a forget' the Flectionne :
LUI.UUt : I IU Green the would Bachelor of Arts in Education; Co., and a resident ROSIER City
state
ant Mrs. a Edwards of v'ved' by four sons and four daughters He said that the facllitle and Harmon P, Morgan. Brooker, Lawtcy. announced yesterday that. Mr. and Mr. James B ru. l"r .t Tuesday *...U ther were

Ole announce the birth I enlarge the present the market here Bachelor of Science In Education; he will be a candidate for County announce the birth of a son, Harry any rhaoeo to forget It- with.. at

!hter Linda Lamaw. on The Re" Curtis Harris, pastor add new ones to volume of produce Edna M. Hart. Elma Thomas, and Commissioner f/om District On, Wayne, In Shadycrest Honpltal on inset Ihre raiMlMate buttonholeIng .

11. (1'8.- Edward la theKf of the Klngsley. Lake Baptist. as soon a*walTSU the this eapeadM Kate a. __",..,... aa of ........, "-\111. In UM DmocfaUo prl- August 24. Ut*. Rosier U the you every time you flick your
a' t* fUa.. .. k.adled I wit .priaga former ,M1. Don al1oull. .awM dolt tht'iodil
oWelatt4 '
***gant AbuwUmi V* ,Church. ituia. .. B.ca k a/ Arts In ,CtttMallaa awy I.
to tkatie
w ere
sad an.- 14f%
of DeWltt C. Jones. .

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TARKK BIXMUDA FRIDAY,
SEI'TF..yRRR
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A. Conner of Midway last Sun-

Bradford County Telegraph! PAGES FROM OUR Mrs.. Joe Moreland and chll

attended New River Baptist J
E, L. MATTHEWS. OwNCft-EDITOR
ESTABLISHED 1877 :
Sunday and were guests

FuMlwhml. Every Friday and Entered all Sex-owl Compiled ttf Buddy Davis a pound chuck steak her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O

Class Matter at the I'..". Office at Starke, F1a. cents and stew for 10 Andrews.
(From the August 13 1887, issue W. Andrews, Jr.. Mrs. Herbert Rouse visited her $fE(141

7 1947 of The Starke Telegraph). Ford Touring car can Mrs. Janle Hardee In l .
MEMBERBubwcrlptlon It'a-not-new department-"Mrs. for $348. last week. The
Lydia Wilson was married on Sat children were In Tampa FRIDAY & SATURDAY SEPTEMBER
C. L. Peek )
93 Annually ( *|.10 For Six! : MontlM urday, July 2, at Lafayette, Ind., qualified an relatives last week and 5 GSAP'
date for In the
and procured a divorce Tuesday mayor and Mrs. Rouse went after
eral July 3." In time for Starke School ,
Knight and N. D. S
THOSE OPA DAYS WEREN'T SO BAD Around home--enrollment Is.In qualified as candidates open. STARLINGS !
creasing at the East Florida Semi- Mrs Kate Sheppard is a "sweet
Remember how all those smooth-talking tycoons of big assessor. Principal S.

business promised us that if the OPA was killed and out of graph nary In editor Gainesville L C. Webb while editorializes Tele-- ling will open graduate", She will Sept.have 6th.an. B.in *

the way, prices would naturally Reek their level? Well, they on the courthouse election to High School on Sept. 4. E., Degree. She has one son. STORE E GROCERY !

were right. Prices are seeking their level-at the moon. determine whether the courthouse Social note who Is in the School of:
What laugh those big business boys must have had at In Starke Lake Daniel had a rook Gainesville and
a will be situated or In now 600 E. 10th> St. Last Store E. Call
our expense. Last year they pulled up profits of twelve billions Butler). Says Webb, "Starke hopesto Wed. Among those son, Edwin, who plans to St.No. .
of dollars-after persuading Congress to kill the OPA be the lucky place for the lo- Mian Hazel Middleton the fall term.

and reduce their taxes. cation." Gill, Fannie Darby, Miss Coxette Sapp of Jackson 2 Can Good Kingan's
SkinlessTomatoes !
The editor becomes eloquent over drews, and Masters was visiting her parents, Mr.
.Sounded good, didn't it?-at the time. Why !some! of us berg, Don Hoover
recent construction-"A few hun- Mrs. E. A.. Sapp over the
gullible consumers actually joined in the hue and cry against dred more Just such men as J. M. Dr. Haynes visited .
that "ole debbil" OPA, just because we were slightly annoyedby Truby E. Strong and W. E. day .and N. T. Ritch Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carrol and WEINER!
not being able to buy all of a few luxuries that we selfishly Davis will soon convert the whole Brooker Monday. of Jacksonville were .

desired. So we're lots better off now aren't we? Sure, of Bradford county Into one grand More personals: Mrs. Carrol's parents, Mr.
t we can buy all we want-but we can no longer afford to earthly Paradise." "Mrs. Ralph B. Mrs. Ira Merritt Sunday. 2 for 25c Ibe

buy as much as we could when we couldn't buy all we wanted. 25 YEARS AGO Alvarez, and Aubrey Jerry Merritt got a good sun iL
211, 1922 Issue) ed over to Jacksonville Jacksonville Beach last -
Sounds screwy, doesn't it? (From the August at orv

By last spring wholesale prices on all commodities had The railroad strike created what Beach last Sunday for .. 11 Oz.
Can
Editor E. S. Matthews called "Po- "Dr. J. J. Bullen. Henry Turner of Lacrosse spent GibbsPORK
risen more than thirty-two percent since Congress wiped out etlo Justice." Says he, "Striking Baptist Church, and his night with his uncle and No. 2 J.2 Can Good

OPA. Food prices were still worse and are currently en- railway shopmen were to have a'' on vacation In I Mr. and Mrs. Roan Turner
gaged in getting "worser". No one knows when they'll stopor meeting In Miami the other day Quoted the Telegraph : Mra. Rosa Plnholater of Brooker

where they'll be when they finally do stop. and engaged several fiery speakers. -i St. Augustine Blotter: the weekend with her niece PEACHES23c

So, Mr. Disgruntled Consumer you see that some thingscan But on account of, the crippled "Shapely and bony Floyd Wiggins.
be worse than a few OPA restrictions and regulations- train service caused by the Real legs and phony "Aunt Bell" Johns says she's & BEAN

R for instance, the price of butter the next time you dare to itrlke, the speaker failed to ar I Silk-covered tony ones but that she feels too weak ea. !
rive." Second to none; sit up.
buy a pound.
In Starke: Curved and distorted Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bralller and
r:\ ,, "rr- v '" Them days Is gone forever Mates and ill sorted spent one afternoon with A 9c

Longer Wear R. R. Crosby's Meat Market advertises Home and Imported Lazenbys-digging boiling pea ea.
' "best steak" for 20 cents Gee-ain't It fun?" They were also supper


"'l Through Expert Repair . . buck and sprayed tw.ce. B ABGood Lean Rib BeetSTEW

NEW LIFE FOR OLD SHOES he can't find a live louse guests.CARPENTER'S
New RiverAND says he wants to

BIGGS & BAKER spray to all stock owners

105 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. LONG BRIDGE bothered with the same 9c
By Jennie 1_ Lazenby tion as his. ea.
:} The to tell if
way lb. 25c
(homes and mules too) .
t' REVIVAL ENDED: Is to examine the "

The New River Baptist Revival Its tall., The nits will
LET'S HAVE SOME FUN!
: ended Sunday morning. There and the lice under the That Famous Do You Love God?
, r k were 3 converts, and baptism was the body. Spray the
: In the Mill Branch near the Moody Coffee Shop Then Go To
"" - over but give special
'I See The Fights. V'_ _ Stephens Farm at 3:30: o'clock. the nits on Its tall. It

';' Dinner was served outside at 12 Idea to spray the barns COFFEElb.39c CHURCHSunday
' o'clock. To those who could not where they sleep.
1'
At Boom Town attend let us say, "you really
missed a good meeting." FARMING ACTIVITY

I Every Friday Night, 8:30 P M. QUILTS AND MORE QUILTS peas There coming seems In to right be

It you feel the winter's chill eral acres are planted in PRESCRIPTION

Operated on Donations Only coming on In the very near future, around here. Russell\ PHARMACIST NOTICE Ask AboutOur New
just coma out to see Mrs.' Lacy he has 20 acres of ---

ohnit. She has quilts galore! ders that will be ready by
the'g making her Oth quilt now 19. Roy Tomlinson Phone 64 STARKE COUPON SYSTEM

for 'this summer. She enjoys acres that wlir- e ready On-the-Minit Service: .
making them very much, a fact weeks. They are now -
----- -
which is evident by the stacks and Lacy Johns has 2 acres CO".C'N.
stacks of them In her home. She Hulls and Speckle

ells them at a very reasonable will probably be ready In
'price, too, so It you feel King Floyd Wlgglna is
i Winter's invitation why come outo appointed over 'this

see the quilts.CEMETERY patch. However, it Is ASKING FOR COKE

!: WORKING in the lower parts of

There will be a cemetery workIng But his mixed pasture
Dutch Clover, Bahal
L Thursday, Sept. 11, In the ,
Carpet and other
Uncle Ben Sapp Cemetery at New grasses
tools for makes up for this one
River. Come and bring
cleaning the cemetery and fixing shortage on Alice Clover.
AND GETTING IT
Alvin Kite had planned
the fence. If.an all-day Job, so or better of strawberries
bring dinner and let's finish It up.I I
COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP SERVICE says by the time he
HOUSE RAZING & RAISING net out-It stops raining

Shop & Portable) Frank Merritt "entertained" 12 plants die.Pledger.
Electric Welding E\DN men Wednesday, August 27, at his Johns says
w ,\,L e t Our Staff of
Facilities Working.. They razed his frame ho'H plant about 2 acres BECOMING EASIEfi
Expcorle n a e d, Skilled house and he plans to raise the nips If he can get his new

' Prompt Service M.a b InJMt. a block house mostly by taken In right away.
'} elders Serve Your Imself. He and his family moved Albert Moody plans to
r We Are Needs. enough furniture to "make acres of cabbage. He has

Diesel Experts & out" down to a little house he sewn now. He plans for
fc made to store tobacco In. The of strawberries If It rains

ZlPWpING&MAOflNEWORKS tobacco was out so they moved In Carl Nettles had a
: temporarily while he builds the crop this summer. He

,r __ Macclenny, Box 131 new house. He said It was too his last this week. ,
Inconvenient to move elsewhere
Dr. and Mrs. f>. J.
with his chickens and livestock.
Crystal River
were
Anyway, It look mighty cool and
; [ Hudson's brother and 3 si
Expert
UPHOLSTERING nice In his "summer cottage"down law. Mr. and Mra. T. ,
under the trees.
pard. Sunday afternoon "
SLIP COVERS VENETIAN BLINDS THE LONE!: WOLF Mrs. Pledger Johns and h ,.,,,,''-

{ r MATTRESSES New and Renovated .' CANVAS Beware, gills, of the lone "wolf I visited her parents, Mr. .

AWNINGS Imagine one 'In our 'midst Yewre '-
y Complete or Recover'Drop
*; there lit a lone wolf-(maybe -

Us A Card And We Will Be Glad two or three) right amongst
It's
UI. Suppose a group of you planned a click toATHLETE'S
+ To Give You An Estimate and planned on going to

church on Saturday night and asked -
him (the wolf) to go along '
McGriff f BrothersGainesville I
sorts for protection; he consents !..b !
even offers his car and states willingly -
[ Corner South Oak and East McCormlc that he'll drive. He does! oiE'S wan IT "

.I."O. Box 519 Phone 1031 They so to the show In Lake But.ler 1-- ........ ..... ... .. ,
Of course Bud Moody wouldn't pd.-k i. niUns. -wtu
eel guilty If he read this. W *. KM* wfck* ...a, -
NM .s I.M.rt. 3-0>mt,*, MM
v sus HRTIIDAV PARTY -- psr--'"'... M wbket.
EXCELLENCE Little Sonny Moody enjoyed a ._ a.d *.1v., -.......
nice birthday party at his home Me..-. -.... -i.- .
tth economy! of.management make up last Sunday. He was two years ...s..ses..d w the I..wTb.

t.J primary quality of our Service' which old and had a great big cake __ N Ml.>..lm b I. "
it, dedicated to the affairs and needs of which wa served with lemonade. .t.Mt iksynp of ib.Adol* trouble_'. Foot by mtllmt!. that 'It tit

bereavement, _"' Many games were" played then the common fun*! ..tmmuttl
.
tefectioM plant mold* mad .....
r little fellows were taken to nd cfv1.... on bat 1
pmpuias K.
Hampton Lake where they finished too, unMlm .to .,..... w "-
down wuwnn
ptnpmtion.
off the hot afternoon. He re- toothing.j liulMUC. mgrcdma o
..- ceived many nice and useful gifts. lo nlMv .... tad Icdal....
t DEWITT C. JONES ; Those enjoying the party with Helps Owaml Agahut ..-!

AMBULANCE SERVICE Sonny were: Chester Edwin to s rub with '.
-.r'-t: :
kttt fund. mad to help.
Moody! Jr., Linda Gale and Carolyn -
....
painful mad tmtkna caw from *
\ { Funeral Director Jean Moody Wesley and Betty Nnrabalm to delightful. to I
,; 9TARKB PHONE T Joe Moody Dotty Anderson Carol the .k. c...o MM! ........... .mm. .
..__
j. 'lies. od' .. dow sot tnm
and Douglas Thomas.LIVE ..blear.. mot dncroy IIHU*.
I Our local funeral home enables us to STUCK rt: today nd M. bow quickl
.. ..
wvlconw nlHrf.
" offer convenience and services; not Everyone Is busy doctoring eat- pactam. for other Valuable Reed s-.......
i ; otherwise available. tie and hogs for the pesky screw dnacI....... in 214. fit. ud '.. 54

worms now. Just a few weeks Al.ewe fe is.tMng _1..t... .
. ., i), We furnish the highest type servlee at the lowest prices art ago! everyone was spraying for Mac Mntum .knilm. ,, PLEASE return Ask far It either way. .both

_apt ANY Ufe Insurance policy In force, Issued by ANT com lice and tick. Roy Tomlinaon empty tattles promptly 1ra 4-marls the
mean thing.
pwy. as payment In part or In full on a :Unera. Consultation aid he found his cattle "eaten same
carries no obligation. alive" with lice, H. ordered 0bs. 10TTUD UND"
AU'MO"
of DDT "Barnyard and Stock uu an>i"i o*Tel COMMON O. Tel COCA.COLA COMPANY IT
Spray" for $Z90 from Sears Roe- lOOf HM44 OM STARKE .COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
.
ple0tvua
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P.I\GID Tama,

BRADFORD COUNTS' TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA

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At Guidon Grill -- Central Dry Goods Helps Mothers 1-

Meals !


Lnlar esome With School Students \ a41ovSohooI/ School Children Economically : t I



G With the present high price of home I _
I v--- the athletic field. clothing causing a strain on the For those! who had rather depend

threshold of another of "The ..;__ : family budget mothers everywhere on "expert hands" than try _

lilt KopeloUlO1i I H. S. OPENS are returning more and to make their own, the CENTRAL
JfP.GeOrfe my
exInvit"
to '
wishes TERM. ; more to the good. oldfashionedpractice DRY GOODS offers the servicesof _
JtDON fam- er ; I
to will
.peelsl comfort their J( \\ of making school clothesat Mrs. B. E. Fuller who _
cool and slipcovers
dine In 8,8:40 A. M.: home. make your draperies
to really Sept.
:
eating and
r O5t popular of 1 "Just because readymade clothIng for a modest charge and _

starke.aJIce Is high Is no reason to cause save you all the worry _

III\ fdr Kopelouaos of the GUI-as- ficient 1\ your him child or embarassment her to school by sending In- I trouble.Yrs, mam, the CENTRAL DR _

lanagement for good food. resses The Important Messages\ On1 1\\ clothes that are not as attractiveas GOODS !I. a very helpful place fo- _
reputation d
la ne
B> and mod- Local1Stores the others wears" said Mrs, mothers and, their teen-age, a*

1 11, '00--become firmly during Page Then Shop Your d1 w.o. Joanna w-i or. ._.,.__ CENTRAL well as pre-school ,age, children.

priceS lid only with the, resses For All School Needs. ; n.uuy DRY; GOODS In discussing the Mm. Johns has many helpful suggestions

not but 4 she keeps right _
because
County term.
Bradford I{ opening of the new school _
of Now folksand
In town and our '"We have a nice selection of In touch with the young
th visitors la stand she knows their likes and dislikes -
will
that
materials
wur\I\ frlendll hard to understand. states 16 fl- !/ \ durable plenty of wear, and a variety ofattractive and the new style trends

It ISD't could you Bit downconsisting ing y-to-make patterns," they favor She) III able to do this

!II else so that Mrs. Johns! continued. "We can because of her "pet" hobby l
lunch
apP8tiZlng with the t _
vegetables alad. Lappe'sPHONE be of great assistance to thrifty helping to direct .ftag.gatherlna'
twO ,45 not at the USO building.
sewing
for only mothers who do their own

corn doubt muffins If there to anreatAurant bor 161! PHONE 16! Starke Shoe Repair Offers Discount and we cordially Invite you to several nights a week.
We able facilitiesof the mothers, are your
in this secUon Doesn't it seem good to be take advantage of the By way

offers its pa.geh phone call the our establishment." sons and daughters attending \
your
pick
up
country that In good food., BAKERY and order some School Draperies drapery fixtures., these delightful events T If not.
Work As Special"Now
bargain
a the GUIDON Is !to those delicious melt-In-your- On Family curtains, slip covers and similar Mr, Johns extends a cordial out invitation -

whY youn& folkll Why doughnuts for breakfast a Items are alno a "specialty of thehouse" for them to come _

with the on a modest anowctII like mother used to make" that school Is opening 1 bles to Mr. Hudson who will fix and Mrs Johns says that and have a wonderful time. Best J _
die ones next week your children's shoes surprising what these can of ll--you and Dad can come
good nourishing for lunch or a llght-aa-a- them promptly and courteously.The It Is
enjoy a necessary If they the cake for supper? will be getting harder wear than : finest service! The fastestservice do to bring an atmosphere of along too!
that! Is so M. F. Hudson owner of the life Into the, (Ale)
energy to'do their Yes your favorite bakery Is as ever I I"This freshness and now

o_have. 1ft the classroom andIon ione to you now as your tele- STARKE SHOE: REPAIR "And shop Is no time to be tossingout --
week.
Just lift the receiver, call reminded parents this Hudson states,
shoes, Mr.
delivery. that, Is where ,we can be of great For All School ChildrenIIs t
for FREE Check-Up
and ask "especially when we can rejuve-
T this I assistance to families who find
bat S C 1ie What a great convenience to make nate them so they look like new
economize
} for hurried mothers who are I they must and last twice as long." __
r, with! ends meet in these days of soarIng Store
jiuuu In advance Carpenter's Drug
several days It Is Important that school chlldren Urged! Bv ,

It Time For preparations for that all-Import need As prices.an OPENING of SCHOOL especially have several pairs -- .* .1 -

t tin.. birthday or wedding. No make SPECIAL Mr. Hudson announces: of shoes In good condition ao that Well It wan a wonderful summer the most Important phase of "get

a. been I>ook to drop everything and Just that he will put the shoes of all they can rotate the wearing of wasn't It? No matter where\ting ready for school" IK to pro-

hem has any new line wide 1:y special trip to our shop. the children In the family In A-l: [them and not have to wear the you went-.mountains, seashore, v'tta!( your .child\ with a thorough ,

Id In Starke with such given your phone ((01' your neighDot's condition at a special reductionof ''fame; pair day In and day out. or lake-no doubt the children had| rhwck-np before the term begins.Nn .
those I and
la by the public as forfind ,(\ ) to place the order 10 percent If as many as "In this way, the shoes will last a wonderful time and will return j 1 I child ran get what he should

BBAT "Rlgl-flex" shoes ( the eventful day arrives a are brought to him much longer, and the changewill to school next Monday brown asa : from his school work unless hIs l
three .
your : pairs
created :
that have beautifully decorated damaging the In physical condition-
girls delicious at one time from the name tam also prevent berry full 11 sensation at the SMART f cake will be waiting for you. This should be a groat helpto feet of your children If anyone and rarln to gin Indeed, he might/ even rnilungerhis

PE since the line was added I'r> Now that school Is soon call to ily. mothers who are always worried pair of .shoes happens to have a Yrs, summer was wonderful I own 'life ant the lives of hi*

i weeks ago.fortunate open, hearty appetites will over the shoe problem at the BUT (and please pardon ua fOI'l schoolmates.
It Is that these more than ever for bakery Items of school. mentioning It) FALL and WIN- CARPENTER'S DRUG STORffl ,

it BATS[ came to Starke Just such array that are top In taste, as well as beginning"Good shoe repairing paysfor. -- TER will Inevitably roll aroundand would like to suggest that you

and girls wholesome nutrition. That'swhy armed with take your chili! to the family physician -
our boys In >nr, saves money unless you are
for wi
Doris It more
ne [ gives
t outfitted for the opening mothers rely more than ever and keeps the comfort you the proper drug necessities your for a "going over" early In t
pi BAKERY to supplythe school term. If the (too-
knows LAPPE common the new
IcW for everyone on shoes," Mr. Hudson child might develop a
!\ !, like In old tonic as .a"builderupper" _
that young
the foods should suggest a
shoes are tempting good that will\ linger for wrekn and toe
[proper-fitting out. "Don't give up cold
beneficial pointed round ofhealthgiving
foundation of the child'sbring folks crave and which are so comfortable shoes Just because the cause him to lose all the wonderful or a

and good health. In supplying extra energy soles are worn. T he expert workmanship reserve of strength and! health\ vitamins, then come
each
throughout the lengthbl'adth during the school months.Bvery and high quality materIals he has built up during the sum I to CARPENTER'S where t tI '
no *
Sir, mother knows that cuatom r'n request IN M'VUII' careful :
Bradford County lined by us make old shoes mer. shouldstart :
of meal Is really complete without stand ready" to give the ensuing. nine months consideration( You
Hudson During
We Mr. i
Chool term little feet willolu' ciate desxert yet with her many other like new. and smart flaw or is til-fitting child will comn In contort I I on Vitamins now Itl) Hint the I
newness
shoes your
naturally" to duties she finds It your advises. some of child's resltno to colds will be ,
what comes household will delight you. with other children
CROBA'r I SHOES! Rigid..upport extremely hard to make the neeLessary ncsn The that STARKE SHOW REPAIfl Bring your shoe troubles to the 116 whom may r>.. carrying germs of built up by the time cool weather

flexible, free- I and cakes herself. STARKE SIlO RKPAIR, he will beexposed arrives.
arch, pies WHILEYOUWAI1aervlce. contagious diseases;
foot-health ers. should she, when she also features invitee South Walnut Street, Starke. cold. and dump of Igwn V can.e\ ef asnr.U8.tP you.
sole are I And why are to the
lion the | and customers (Adv.) ft -0"1'1Mln' ____
your as < fflKTlIlcndo\ fr
good h
uici for the future.; Strong can buy ones Just as their emergency trou the winter'sfo6l-'montTl' J1f \

y leathers and sterling conI'Jon BAKERY, fresh dally? Yes. the, to bring .' _____ sets at school he will have less service CARI'ENTKR'ttYour \

make ACROBATS rug- ) homemade ones from .LAPPE'S than his usual. quota of warm Pr I
styles make the mothers of growing children I Company Urges home-cooked meals. Therefore, (Adv./ )
|and good-looking [busy Furniture .. ,
the to
us provide Driggers --
on -
popular with the. young-: [ have learned to rely JJ f


l|1.I to oh Most 5.95 yes styles according a gay range adventure to from size. 'you,jrrrr.r.U"B.( )I bother-and.items itch without, fluffy best muss cakes of ,all\and fuss without othei, 01 Private Study Quarters For Students Harley Strong Offers Watch l.Repairs..i I

%4C sesaj
a. a V -

paying Yes extravagant there are many prices ways In With the opening of the new pete with parents must make thecome In And Fine Jewelry t
AH BAKERY can with as attractive n* possible Optical Service

od Clothing For which LAPPE life more pleasant, and school year at children hand parents should bethinking >rder to keep their boys and girls .

make-your school age the fireside. of the most Important
meals more Irresistible. A of ways and means of around Im For the past few weeks you've Is one
how
your clean Have you ever thought the that: traits a young person can learn. "
[ In our of study pleasant reading In paper
spent the year been
Few minutes making child to have watches, there)
Moderate Prices will convince' for Johnnie and portant It Is for your YOU CAN'T GO WRONG WITH In addition to

and pleasant And shop don't forget to and A profitable child cannot obtain the the proper rent If he Is to get the HARLEY STRONG.Of are many other useful gifts for I IYOUI'
that. life-both
of
Mary his school at HARLEY"STRONG'S.
you most out of selection
,.. GO AGAIN! Onbrwhold marks without a certainamount'of course, that was a political
E WE PHONE 16 highest and on theelayground t
room We offer everythingIn
.. of another GRAND (Adv.) home study and he Is In the class not ad. but It also applies to your { ,
are providing and
? If line of jewelry
for home you I and watch repair the nicer
GLORIOUS school year. much more likely to stay books if a comfortable mattress for jewelry optical you are always assured of real

i. the prospect Is thrilling and apply'himself to his child, you are doing buslnewt. when shop with us.
er" Has4H surroundings your growing establishment at Camp value you
iu! and alack It also pro- I' Maruca hl. home provides pleasant conven- him a grave injustice and, undoubtedly Since his back In 1011 the Handsomn fountain pens and pencil ,
modem
for and Blandlng way
headaches school
lone serious DRICGERS handicapping his Strong has come sets. In the leading make are
where of Harley
en who are confronted SuppliesWith iences. That's In. work. name with quality, another "must" for the busy student -

the problem of outfitting 1 we 1 FURNITURE STORE comes are' Every boy and girl should havea to be synonymous watch, rep"lr,1 and when the Inevitable
fathers and expert
youngsters with good warmIng emphasison Many mothers and room (or at least a jewelry there birthday rolls around, nothing
of private established
that will wear well andt ever-increasing In wearing glasses today because where he a,' she can concentrate The reputation< -. suitable than a
of modern methods I in >.nrn..rl_...n him to StarKe and couM be more
t t put undue strain on theyexchecquel' the use the addition of studying by Improper lighting not without being in the main has followed since the establishment beautiful birthstone ring t
with do .
to
and continued grow '
ty farming Surely you Is
radio
their youth. the neck
[ agriculture training In to labor under living room where of his store here two glittering pin 'a Hashing
a time like this, when the vocational the FARMERS' want your children playing and the .smaller childrenare lace a dash of colorful earrings
and a good .
ii cost of living makes everyy our schools Maruca owner is the same handicap fromDRIGGERS' causing confusion This room years ago.Can Imagine the pride anti that add just the necessary
Mike
| count, the buying public SUPPLY, and( more floor lamp or student lamp (or nook) should 1 bo attractively you who starts touch to your contume.Don't .
of more
be solve the problem girl or boy
ofa
to will Individual Joy
ds more and more on i alike coming of BHS and the desk furnished to suit the child's September 8th witha neglect. your child's eyes
GOODS! to students nicely. A private at our to school on
TYUS' DRY value schools. very MUST for taste and folks watch In the pocketor either. No student can do Pita ,
i I conscientious effort Ito I other county of his own Is another to confer with fne new bother him
If
Interested In programs student and you store will be glad the wrist T You'll have to [beat work his eyes
keep prices at a low Boys who are the Future the serious young at how much you, showing how this may be on that such a boy or girl 'and we Invite you to bring your; ,
Our friends and customer I sponsored by 4-H will be surprised accomplished at moderate cost. agree of happiness optical troubles to us. In short.
and the boy or girl reach the pinnacle
America would
Interest your FURNITURE
Dial we are trying to supplj Farmers of FARMERS' greater If Let DRIGGKR3 Harley Strong's I* there are so many ways In which
work you
and
needs reasonable cost will find at the will take In home solve ALL your drop
at a Club tools and work with7'lowadsyn COMPANY help to fix him or her we can serve you. Won't you
fine to
they seem to appreciate thiit. I [ SUPPLY all the that are so give him the when thing there are so, furnishing problems.' (Adv.) 'just A the reliable place watch U the student'S In today? YOU CAN'T GO C
in Implements up. STRONG
with HARLEY
farm andronstant WRONG
) their effort to com 1 valued friend '
In attractions : most
,I> Mon, those adorable lit as necessary to success and "future, many outside I companion. Punctuality (Adv.
hool ai, Our farmers (
girls who are Just i of
-conscious as their mothers',I ) farmers" should get the habit Time

make TYUS' DRY GOODS! where buying tcheaply their ey can Implements De- bought from In just Starke some ash Modern Mothers Must Save Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop Ready




Iin "Alvarez big states aU firm competitive that a.In the he If ordered Is North prices prepared Mr.for to Maruca quality meet. With. V aa. Good-W Appliances, vernal., Bob Maytag Kite, and Eureka Says Vacuum To Take Fine Photos Of All EventsIsn't I


merchandise A smooth-running, well-organ-I Cleaners. "With the many once will also be Interested to l learn of
that
hardware ., to -know
nice
It
In In
-
Ir -
r Denendabilitv "Handy, durable tools anu implements tzeil household labor-saving devices offered by can take all the kodak a new. service now being offered
battle on for the Is no reason again you rent
are half the essary _especiallyduring these companies, there want to without having by the HOLLYWOOD. We
PAREZ STORE SINCE '941 ija I farm." Mr. Maruca observed, plneaa of the family when every why mother of even the largest pictures you over where the next movie cameras for a very modest
months to worry
1 the shortages we have school families should not have several ? fee and. now you can take real
.
| e of our teen-agers have the "In spite of complete, counts. This was the observation time everyday roll, of film U coming from 'I
stock minute hours of leisure ACTION MOVIES of those boysand
keep our R. know It Is com
of( to week by
talking In rhyming coup- I tried made this Nowadays you
fall to find what you ELECTRIC ," Mr. Kite stated. HOLLYWOODCAMERA girls without Investing a large
toil> this Is probably the way: 'and If you will make Bob) Kite of the ing fromthe
these equipment.
In our store we J. In dlscuse- "It you already have all & GIFT SHOP for at urn In expensive .
1 put over the fact that want for you SERVICE .* SUPPLY of [ today
effort to obtain U of the new thing, then again we can be : last we are able to stock a "The picture you didn't take
AREZ: every lone
es- approach
STORE has been
the them taken tomorrow"and
little delay. Ing to you In keeping of film In all sizesto can never be
very Mlstance _.. line I '.
ed i In Starke since 1894 with by Mr. Ma school term. ernciency-' ; ," ...,-, complete some day thoe films will babsolutely
stocked at top ed
running i n"
ct' Items with the meet your
of which are Justifiably; Other mother In them
we Insulation Board A modem ald. "The more hopeless! you that price! **, for
Kit know
to
Include her nice It Is
a demand on And how
child-
ruca Thick-butt Shingle. Oil ever-Increasing of think your appliance IK, the more film developedand you can relive thoM happy

his Roofing,, Asbestos Siding. Tarpaulins time must have the.assistance appliances skillfully we get It back In workIng you can have right your here In Starke, hood days when your boy or
and
his Ranges substantial conveniences trade-In value printed at the cutest age.
sizes, and modern order. Even their economically, with girl was
and
popular necessary
1\1-\ In for the children. such as If she Is to devote the Mr. will be greater If you keep thenprop.iiy promptly Inconvenience and long The HOLLYWOOD also ipvclalIze -
Items children. the
sturdy attention to her And we out IN YOUR
and repaired now out of the In making picture
Wagons are them
we of mailing
Tricycle "That Is why delay
j, stated. large or birthday party
Stroller Kite mothers handle every appliance like moat camera HOME and no
fit, Baby with the always glad to welcome small In the same accurate, care city. If you're anniversary or wedding I* complete -
business take pictures you
"I opened my the people Into our store and to demonstrateto ful way. When we repair, we fan, when you AWAY whatyou'y. unless it i In captured. for all
serve which RIGHT
to In want to see i
on determination the many ways and we make made
hardware and other them and show guarantee our work That' where tbe time In life-like photograph
with quality necessities at fall we can be of service minute them look like new and run like got. can help you out by us. What pleasure in future)
HOLLYWOOD
our [farm and home said "and 1 them how to save a precious new-at a low sensible cost to no long years to look at theo treasuredpictures
fees
Maruca that quicklyadd no mailing '
Mr. and there '
professional too--
prices here only and live again
not
have We employ film
that I of bring your
to say hours at the end you. delays ,, just
proud Into hour. When
In am olahortace up electricians. happy
this goal. In spite licensed and we'll do the rest. You precious
continued. with to us
from "
varied he trouble kind. be
this
and other difflcultiei the day. SERVICE If you're having will be delighted with the careful planning an event"
eourlle, clothing merchandise The ELECTRIC anlctrt appliance, e* want anestUiate individ- sure to nab arrangement) wttbUe
styles In obtaining good local headquarters for to, attention w. give to each .
met In SUPPLY Is wiring just go HOLLYWOOD fr photo
Cbanged a lot since 1894. boilIlaly be I am giving mj; by on (
century roUs around service I feel that appliance* and equipment made and can 74. Yourproblem ual negative. (Ar.) e
for ALVAREZ'dependability deal as pos pbon children
you Street giving as fV-iare a well-known manufacturers JOUr (Adv.) Parent of rowing ,
Call
b1 and quol- here on czothlng.AdY. customer eondl1" the following will be solved!
In fine under present-day Norge, UnJ-
not changed a bit,since and ttafactlon: ( .) [ fble (Adv.] : Croeley.

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Mrs. Mrs W. J. Epperson; treasurer, Is given the fruit. Wells))
I SOCIETY and CLUBSWoman's Buffet Supper Jack Gill Alexander Purcell Parliamenta- Guava Sauce vs,117

Given At Lake Honored At ShowerMrs. rian, V. R. Ferguson and Mrs. L. Take' rIpe: well-favored, acid At Arena Tough
e A. Canova. chairman of hospitality. -
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy and Mr, ,Jack GUI, who before. her In addition to these officers guavas. Wash fruit and remove The main event, J
Club Will A. L. Alvarez HonoredAt and Mrs. Guy Sale were boats Frl recent marriage* was Miss Hilda, there were about fifteen I blossom and stem ends and any the' Boom Tow, AH

Hear Col. KelleyIn Family Dinner day night at the Adklns' summe Searing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs committee chairmen present. blemishes on akin. Run through (Friday) win see Wei Arena,
home on Kingsley Lake whe Glen Searing of Jacksonville, was meet Mangrum Of
fruit to remove seed. Meas of j.'
First Meeting On BirthdayA. they entertained at a delightful honored at a lovely kitchen shower press a "winner take :kyc
Mary Lou Edwards ure. Cook In ,heavy alumnlnum all'
buffet last afternoon from
Thursday I
Following the usual summer L. (Lonzl) Alvarez, who will supper. kettle until somewhat thickened.Add Colored fight. will,
four until nix o'clock at the home Honored On ep(
leaves were used 1 in BirthdayMary tured
recess, the first meeting of the retire the last of this month after Magnolia two or more cups of sugar with the Mack
Bro
of Mr. and Mrs J. L. Anderson
fall season will be held by the serving more than a quarter of a decorating for this lovely Informal (according to acidity of fruit) to Lawtey meeting two
Street. Miss Janet Anderson Lou Edwards, fiveyearold aalk!
on Cherry -
affair. Red candles placed t 130
a Ib.
Woman' Club Wednesday afternoon century rfs chief of the Starke four cups of pulp and cook rapidly class, and two
was the tiosteaa for this daughter of Mr and Mra. cab!
'added furthe
Sept. 10 at 3:30 o'clock. police force was honored on his vantage points again for about 15 minutes, stirring from Starke, WeIghing
delightful affair. Merrill Edwards, was the young I
The program will be presented seventy-third birthday anniversary charm to the cottage. often. Pour Into hot jars, put 176, also meeting Navy
honoree at a delightful birthday tl I
the hosts hoar
by the American Citizenship committee with a family reunion and dinnerat Those enjoying Miss Anderson used pink rosesand Immediately into boiling water, Manager C. H.
Mrs. I. N. Breazeale chair- his home on Temple Avenue. pltallty were Mr. and Mrs. R. O zinnias in decorating the living party given Wednesday afternoonby and process five minutes This is flounces that admlsion
Kldd Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gra- and for this her mother at their home on
,
will be room dining room
and guest speaker excellent for sauces, 50c.
man, Hostess on this occasion waS pudding Including tax
North Water St.
ham, Mr. and Mra. T. K. McClaneMr. occasion. The lovely and '
R. H. of Melrose. many cobblers desserts
Col. Kelley Mrs. Alvares who prepared the shortcakes, gelatin -
and Mrs. James Blackabear, useful kitchen gifts were displayedin The birthday table was arranged
Hostesses Mrs. George' Flynn, dinner and served it or for use In making guava
delightful Dr. and MI'.. H. H. Adams Mr. the dining room. outside on the.,lawn, and the at- 11'1' CIRCt'IT Corer ,
Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs. R. C. under the oak trees In front of Ice cream. VOl/NT" a.A
Mrs and Mrs A. Holiday, Mr. and Mrs During the afternoon Miss Betty tractive centerpiece was of gaily ''CERY. FLOCIOAI W"
Buford Mrs. F. J. Pellum, the home. Centering the table
W. A. Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Char- Ann Flynn played several popular colored balloons which were givento Evelyn Taylor il'oUIRn
H. C. Rltch, Mrs. R. F. Demorest the large two-tiered birthday Pia
BureauThe Arnold
I was Farm J. Boulan
Mrs. A. W. Anderson Mrs. E. :M. cake. lie Oakes, Mrs. Eldridge Smith, selections. the children aa favors. High- No. 6830. D.rnda",
Mrs Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis, Mr. Assisting the hostess In serving light of the afternoon's fun wasa ORDER OF
,, :Mrs. J. W. Andrew, of
Davis" regular meeting the PUBLCAT!
Enjoying this happy occasion and Mrs Roy Ward, Mr. and Mrs. and entertaining her guests were fish pond where Mary Lou and AND NOTICE TO
APP
T. W. Oliver. with Mr. and Mrs. Alvarez were O. L. Patten, Mr. and Mrs. E L?: her mother Mrs. Anderson, the her young friends enjoyed anglingfor Bradford Farm Bureau will be :J. STATE BouUn. OF who KLOniDA.. '"
in the courthouse
held tonight .
Miss Irma Calney. Mini Lucille Matthews, Misses Evelyn Stump irlde's mother Mrs. Searing, and attractive novelties. dr*.> la.t known |t." '.
All WCTU Officers (Friday) at 8 o'clock. E. L. Craw. tae at.. Beltlmore M' No
Alvarez. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez and Della Rosenberg, John Guy, the groom's mother, Mrs. J. H., The birthday cake which was Tou are '"ni
ford, president of the organization -
Are ReelectedAll and Richard Long. served late in the afternoon with or befor. AuRuetr9 Ih 10 Ip
and daughters, Sylvia and Gm.About states that the new Insurance above named (' UI:,
fifteen were present to Ice was white, embossed ourt and
cream
wherein
of the Florida Farm plaintiff)
Incumbent officers of the Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez Birthday Party enjoy the afternoon with Mr*. Gill with pink rosebuds, end hOldingfive plan Bradford County seek. .

Laura Scott WCTU were unanimously Jr., Mr. ,and Mrs. Sam Alvarez and :Miss Anderson pink candles. Bureau Investment Corporationwill weekly publish liiuai.this Order i.J'
be discussed.
re-elected at the regular and son, Lee, Mr. and Mrs. For Sandra Hazen Invited to enjoy this event with Witness my hand end

r meeting of the organization held of W. R. Halslop, Mr. and Mrs W. Sandra Hazen daughter of Mr.i PTA Executive the little' honoree were Nancy ot seal July at, Starke lU7.COVP'ICIAL "< ''". Ih
i afternoon at the home Fresh stock of excellent: typewriter
Friday M. Sapp and daughter Mr. and and Mrs. Dan Hazen, celebratedher Board Has LuncheonThe Cain, Alvin Howard, Marcia and SEAL Con*, ,
:Mrs. J. T. Quigley ribbons at THE TELE- A" Clerk of ,.id' ,,
Mrs. Clyde Manning and son, Rev. fourth birthday anniversary Christine Kinchen, Laverne Dyal, GRAPH. I John J. Hen"erlon, E-1, St. ,
devotional period was con- tine, Via.u .
The afternoon with Kay, Charlene and Henry Lou
Haines and John last Friday a Executive Board and com _
L. D. ,
ducted by Miss Olive Ray and interesting and Mrs. party at the home of her grandparents mittee chairmen of the Parent Dennis, Elsie Stefanelli, Doug and
Henry Morris, all of Starke, Mr. Sll Hallle Seymour Caroline Hall,, I
articles on Temperance Mr. and Mrs. Walter Teacher Association enjoyed a ,
subjects were read by member and Mrs O. P. Dyal and son, luncheon and business meeting'hursday Teresa Thomas Brenda Lewis,,

The meeting closed with prayer by A. L., and Mr. and Mrs Earnest cox.After playing outdoor games, at twelve o'clock In the and Sally Ann Epperson.

3. :Mrs J. W. White. Black, of Jacksonville, Mr. and the little folks were served cake Woman's Club.Summer .

u Mrs. N. J. Alvarez and children, and ice cream.: Miniature bats flowers, zinnias predominating Hints To HousewivesCANNED .
Picnic and baskets of candy were givenas were used advantageously -
f; OES Gives Jacky and Rhetta, of Mayo, John favors. In decorating the lounge GUAVAS ALL BRANDS

Waldo Chapter No. 120, OES, Alvarez, Elmer Alvarez, Mr. and Enjoying this occasion with the and auditorium where the guests By Isabella S. Tliimby

l held ft picnic at Keystone Beach Mrs. Nlblack, of Ocala, and Mrs. little honoree were Brenda Lewis met. Extension Food Economist "t

Thursday, August 28, In observance Llnnle Tylla of Waldo. Prl cllla. Cox, Freeman Register, Following luncheon Mra. Juntus There are several ways of canning MILKlIe
of the birthday anniversary HI. Dewey Warren, Jr., Kay Hart, Smith, president, opened the buul- be
guavas. They may can- tt
of the founder of the organization. Circles Billy and Jimmy Dowling, Char- ness meeting, during which committee ned whole, peeled, or unpeeled.
Robert Morris Baptist lene and Henry Lou Dennis, San- chairmen for the year were
They may be halved, seeds remov-
Met Tuesday dra Lou Jones, Janie Walker, ppointed.
and dancing were
Swimming ed by means of the dllver or fruit
K which was, Mary Henderson, Doug and Hallie An outline of the work of each
enjoyed, after supper press, and this pulp be returned -
served.. Tire home of Mrs. Charlie Powell Seymour, Diana Colson, J. C. chairman was given. may
to the halves and be
i was beautifully decorated with cut Mack. Ruby Andrews, Beverly Other officers present were: CAN
cooked with them. Or shells and
flowers and plants for the meet. Ann Lappe, Gene Pass, and patty Mrs. M. F, Brown, 1st vice president -

Ing of Circle Two, Baptist The devotional WMS-, Plummer. ; corresponding secretary, :pulp Proceed may in be the cooked following separately.manner. Kansas Gov. FLOUR, 25 lbs. 1 1.1
Tuesday afternoon.
Ds81LC was read by Mrs. L. D. Haines, Wash, and remove blossom end. WHITE HOUSE I FLIT INSECT

lea FL': and MH| Caudle Hazenl I gave an Peel, If skin is blemished in any f
STARKE Interesting discussion of her work way. Cook two to three minutes Apple Jelly .17 [Bomb 2.1

I among the Mexicans. (according to size and ripeness of

1 1 Sun. Mon. Tu *. Mrs W L. Andrews, leader, fruit) In boiling, thin or medium Shoulder Veal: +CHOPS, lb. ,

Sept.199 presided over the business session syrup made with cane sugar or a

w and collection totaled 1490. r I'm really much too exhausted Hear that emall-fry Jimmy blend of white corn syrup and GEORGIA SMOKED I FRESH

CENTENNIALSUMMER Mrs. W. B. Alexander closed the from yelling after the Labor Day Guy made a nose dive, sans para- cane sugar. 'This' preliminary I
cooking la given in order to havea Bacon lb. .35| Neck Bones lb.Milton's'Sweet {
with
meeting prayer. baseball game on the local diamond chute, from the second story of, full pack when processing is .

Crain, Cornel The next meeting will be held Monday to write a column, the Adkins home on Kingsley i completed.If .

Wild.. Linda Darnell with Mrs. Alexander. but never say die, gays I, so here'sa Tuesday afternoon( apparently' PEAS, 2 Cans ,

ALSO "I'm An Alcoholic" ...........1 stab at it anyway Those ot: without ill effect, however "peach" pack is desired and

March of Time &: News Circle Three met at the homeof you who missed the game should Seems he was supposed to be tak- guavas are large and thick meated -! Carey's Round SALT 2 pkgs. ,

Woo. Tliim. -' Sept. 10" :- Mrs. R. B. ,Alvarez, where the certainly gnash your pearly ((1 ing a nap upstairs, but apparently halves may be packed In jars! ,

DOUBLE FEATURE \ devotional was led by Mrs. W. J. hope) teeth for 'twas one of those wasn't No harm done, exceptto after a very alight pre-cook In! FRESH FANCY HARD HEAD

Epperson, Sr: '1 thrillers with a last-minute rally the nervous' systems of Mom,I overlapping layers. The concave I : ;;

STRANGECONFESSION. Taking part on 'the programwere that you read about but seldom If an' Pop.. .. Friends are certainly surface of each half should be I TQMATOES I : q A'BBAGE,

Mrs. 'H. L. Starling, Mra. B. ever, get to see Picture the making JoAnn Sllcox's stay in downward and the blossom end '2 lbs. 25c Sc lb.
scene: last half of the 9th inning Shadycrest Hospital bright and
T. Thomas and Mrs. S. E.Sparks. should face the gla"". Add a
Wallie She's slated for
} Solano has just made cheery an
Lon C'luuiry, Brenda Joyce Prayer was led by Mrs. H. L. tablespoonful of hot eyrup with
Brownlee. Offering for the aft- a tying run Only one out eight-weeks May there with a each layer Process 20 to 25 .min U S. No. 1 POTATOES, 10 lbs. ,
Jake Keen (the 'winning runner) fractured hip and how this smiling -
ernoon was $13. 0. Community utes in water bath. Of course,
_ WICKED Mission for the 12.50 to on 2nd And what does the cheerful little girl does ap- be
LADY month a guavas may packed cold Into
opposing team's catcher do but preciate all these nice things be- Pancake Time! Comic
, needy family. A love gift of $10 clean, hot jars without any pre- Pillsbury |
, James" Manont..Margaret Lock- wan given to Mills Caudle Hazen, start a fight (verbally )with Ump ing done for her Sylvia Morse cook. Some think the flavor is
} wood Also News Dewey Williams! Before we reports a grand weekend spent
a student at the Baptist Bible Institute better this way as with peaches,
; I Frl. Sat. /Sept. 12 13 In New Orleans. fans knew what was happening with the John Perrya in Melrose but not being "pre-shrunk" or Book PackWith

$ DOUBLE FEATURE! both teams were in on it . heated, 'the jar will not be as full

MEN Plastic Employes Dewey to gave end the the visitors argument five minutes and- Andy Adkins Is currently bivouacking aa when fruit is packed hot. Soft, 2 Packages. A Gene Autry Com
ripe peaches are often
di-
packed
IN HER DIARYPeggy Enjoy Outing come back on the field, or forfeit In St Luke's Hospital rectly in the jars or tins and cov- Book For The Kiddies FREE
the game Well, they didn'tcome where his kneecap was operatedon ered with a boiling hot before

Mm. C. W. Faulk, president of, back by the deadline yesterday .' Seems that an syrup 2 Pkgs. 29c
The
Ryan Jon Hall sealing. flavor is
Florida Plastics, was hostess to' And, oh, the Irony of it all .'. old ETO wound Is still giving par-
ticularly good by the of this
use
employee of the company at a'' Getting us into such a fever pitch him trouble Ted and Grace '
simple method though the Van Camp's Vienna .1]
O'MalleOf party on Santa Fe Lake last Fri- and then-what a let-down Osborne will be among the spectators appearance Sausage -
and fill is not as appeal-
. day night. Really, almost too much to bear In Gainesville tonight when
ing as when a preliminary
Around 25 employes'and members And the bleachers, mind you, Edna Hart and Kate Sheppard pack

The Mounted of their families enjoyed were packed with women-to the receive their BAE's and Principal .

Fri George O'Brloo. Bill Hart swimming, games, and roasting extent that the men had to stand, Partin gets his Masters (In Educa-

Chap. 9 "Phantom Empire" welners.It poor deara Never saw so tion at UofF graduating exercises

And Cartoon la planned to make this an much furious gum-chewing, nail- Paul Canova leaves this week
annual event. biting and just plain grabbln' end to enter St. Leo College Pre- ,

on to each other In all my life paratory (near Dade City) .
Hear his future plans Include a

Printed Below Is The Reproduction of A Letter Spotted an' Jotted: Vonda In- medical degree Dub Rhoden
man In town last Friday on her and Norbert Szymczak report the

: Which Is Self-Explanatory. I Am Publishing This way to take in the National Exhibition usual fisherman's luck Spentall )

In Toronto, Canada day Labor Day flshin ( T) on "
i For The Information Of The Public. Your Vote In her spare time Vonda directs Smith Lake and didn't even get a ,

And the teen-ag canteen In Tallahassee strike Their better halves
Support In The September 9 Election Will Be
Everett Crews (now a are beginning to wonder if they .

Greately Appreciated. I Thank You, Seaman) in town last week before really did go fishing! Dub

reporting back to San Diego to tells me he's bought out the A StHear : A3 Sterling silver gives enduring service pl u

finish his boot A. .
l B. C. HOLTZENDORF training Ducky ; timeless( beauty especially when it'sh
Llnsen transferring from May- INTERNATIONAL" paltfOml"
h hugh's drug in Green Cove toKoch' that Miss Olive Ray has n'1*
CANDIDATE FOR CHIEF OF POLICE In Starke Cannon AWebb completed her 17th Red Cross .... ... i carry are created by silversmiths traditional. F.

Grocery moving out, lock, craftsmanship has become
sweater and Is now busily "
engagedIn Invite 7

permanent silver loveliness, we
stock an' barrell this week .
knitting No. 18 And setting JLwp
GEM
Owners say they'll be located at I to select your pattern at the
CITY OF STARKE the corner of Nonnarlely and Cas- I a record.' In another field, ELRV.

ST\RKK. FLORIDA sat in Jaxvtlle Arthur Holi- ,she ha>* just completed her fifteenth

day, severing relations with the I reading,(straight through)

July 9, 1916 State Farm, to devote his entire 'of the Bible Congratulations

t time to Interests in Starke ,. Noticed an engagement an- Men's and Ladies BULOVA
&
i To Whom This May Concern: ,- nouncement In' Sunday's society ELGIN WatchesIN

i \>'hat In this strange power Call of a former Starkelte Mr.
This Is to certify that Mr. B. C. Holtzen- page :
dorf Street wield over visitors? and Mrs. Charles V. Andrews of A WIDE PRICE RANGE
who I have known for the past 15 years Must be Southern
our hospitality
and who was employed by the City of Starke Mandarin announce the engagement --
.
At least newcomers Charles of their daughter. Anne
,.1 as a Policeman for quite a number of years and Jill Oakes say 'tis ao Camilla, to John Blaire Scott, son Accessory Fine Watch

is reliable, honest, and trustworthy.It Charles Is Ga.-Fla. salesman for of Mr. and Mrs. John O. Scott of

Acrobat Shoes Came here Mandarin The wedding will Jewelry
has been my pleasure to work with Mr. Repairing
Holtzendorf for four several weeks ago to put the line be an event of Sept. 20 Joan .
years as Councilman and in for Dot and Guy Sale, liked the Tenly celebrated her 13th birthday

". Mayor. During that' period, his work was town and KlngOey) so well that with for a ,
anniversary a party
most satisfactory. The that Mr. Holtz he "Quality has No Substitute
reason sent to Tennessee for Jill and few of her friends on Labor Day

i, ; endorf was not reappointed to office as Police their daughter. Barbara Jean, and .

man was purely political, and had nothing to now they're full-fledged Starke- .

", i do with either his character or ability. Ites Have an apartment at Well, giieiut. that winds up the

Carter' on North Cherry, and little black book for this time .
,i Very truly yours. very nice additions to the town,
I'll say Add vacationers: So long See you In the nextCarolyn. GEM

t Chas. A. Darby, Mayor, Father John O'Dowd who's visit JEWELRY

City of Starke ing his mother in Ireland .1

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BEPTICI a. 1947 BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEGRArn.
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I of LOCAL NEWS I Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sauls Jr., Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis Miss seed bed rather than the soft It: CIRCUIT roritr R""nfl"ltltD -

iTs of Morgan City La., have returned Jean Davis John Mixon and Dan deep seed bed used for most crops. ('DUSTY. f"- >."'Ai IY. CRAIN I
l'ERT.Katherine
after enjoying a visit here Stelnell
spent Friday at Daytona The seed need not be covered although (Cook Plaintiff v. Call INSURANCEIf

A. MonteIth Mrs. T. T. Long returned Wed ] with Misses her and June Mrs.Caldwell A. F. Sauls. Beach. a light brushing or coverIng Cook ORDER Defendant OF PUBLICATION Case No Mia, you need fire, autc>>mobI..... life

aDd ofEutls spent Labor neaday from Baconton Ga., where State Farm and of the Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Yancy and la helpful during hot weather ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR or any other type Insuraaocs aee
Miss
tly Lake as she visited her T.I Patsy Hall son spent the. weekend in Tampaand aa the hot sun can kill the Inoculating STATE OF FLORIDA to: Carl me at ItO W. Call Street <>ppo -
at Kingsley mother Mrs. W. of Gainesville were Cook, whose resilience I t.. 14 Pros-
guests
kend Friday Sanford with Mrs. bateria. Good result, pert Street lt. Bradford County Telegraph
:Mrs. W. H.dAnn Jackson. Mrs. Long was Yancy's Kevport. New Jersey I
and accompanied and
of )11'. home by her niece. Miss'I penter.Saturday of Miss Joan Car- mother and sister. have been obtained by planting Ot.ro'b'.r: :, 'm.dhta1f: :. above an In Stark. &\11&1-

Peggy Forehand of Mrs. N. T. Ritch of Morrlston during a rain. A total of'from named Court and cause" wherein laced In this. business shoe
Kldd left Saturday who Albany Ga.. Mrs. T. F. Landrum and childrenspent has been 400 to SOO pounds of 0-14-10 or a plaintiff' *.eek. divorce Bradford 1931. I am well qualified to 1
will here for
spend few a visit with hereon .
the a here. County Telegraph
days .I"alllII.b
rpmond Vs., to spend Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Walnwright I several days In Jacksonvillethis Carl M. Rltch and family. similar fertilizer should be broad Order In next four weekly I.......this. represent. your beat lnt.r..iti...
pith her grandparents week with Mrs. Landrum'sparents cast prior to planting Witness mv hand and officialseat No client of mine haa ever lost
and attend and family of Tallahassee are Mrs. Albert Williams of Cleveland at Stsrke, Florida, this Srutemher -
|)///1. Henry Mayo, spending this week at the I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rogers. I Ohio "" __ ___ 1, 1947.OFFICIAL a thin dime by placing their
Richmond. Glen was the guest of her ( SEAL) A. J. Thoma. Innuranca with me. t
ni in who has. Searing cottage on Kingsley Lake.Mr. .i Mrs. Valrle brother. Dr. Lemuel Colson, Mon IM CIRCUIT COURT BRAnFORD A* Clerk of said Court. ;
!
Bernice Opperman and Mrs. J. B. Kldd and daughter COUNTY. FLOHIII4, 11HAN! By Lucille. C. (Conner ... C. N. D. WAINWR1GIIT. ,fit.
several weeks in Gainesville Carwile anddaughter : Patricia Ann. and Mrs. R. O. day.Mrs. CERY.I f S Harrison Law Exchange; : Rid*.. Phone IM !
and daughter Miss Ann Carwile, of Kldd P. M. Barefoot I Flo H Kiley Cuwpnelt. Plaintiff Jaokaonvllle, Fin ,
and Miss
wn-in-law i Tampa arrived and son, Richard spent v*. Amlley T. Campbell Defendant. Atty, for Plf. D.& .t 0-a ___ I I '''' I
H" Mr>. Joe Devlin. was the Wednesday to Thursday in Jacksonville. Sara Barefoot will leave Friday Case No. 512UORDER! )

tlds few days last week of Mr. : spend the remainder of the weekas Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sale of afternoon for a vacation trip to OP" PUBLICATIONAND :
Barefoot. guests of Mrs. Carwlle's broth. Ashevllle and Hendersonvllle N. NOTICE) TO APPEAR
Madison the ,
M. spent weekend at
)f/in P. er-in-law and slater, Mr. and Mrs. STATIC OF FLORIDA tOI! Audley
and Mrs. U A. Davis re- H. C. Wall. Kingsley Lake with Mr. Sale' C. T. Campbell" whose residence ndaddru. OHIO GROCERY
after enjoying aBU brother and Miss Is: Unknown.
Monday sister-in-law Mr. and Maryberth Lane is spending You are required to appear on
lay at the Battery Park I' Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brown of Mrs. Guy Sale. They were accompanied this weelf In St. Augustine October S, 1947. In the above

Tin C. Enroute Gainesville spent the weekend home by Linda Kay with her uncle and aunt Mr. and named Court and Cause, wherein
pFseveral ; plaintiff seeks divorce Hradford 2 1.2 Miles Out On Keystone Highway"
theY, days InG.nl here as guests of Mr. and Mrs, Sale who will spend this week in Mrs. E. R. Smyth.Mr. County Telegraph .hall publish this
i Hogan Smith at the McCoy cottage Madison with her Order In next tour weekly Issue, .
grandmother, .
and Mrs. Lemuel
tI Colson. Witness
hand official
and
; Mrs. A. Z AdkIns on Kingsley Lake. Mrs. John Sale. 1..., and son, Jlmmle of Panama seal at Slnrkn my, Florida, this Hepteniber .

d Wednesday to their sum.ome -I; Mrs. Clara Holton and daughters Mr, and Mrs.! J. T. Quigley City arrived Thursday and'willspend (OFFICIAL 1. 1941.SrIAL' ) A, J. Thomas, Open Daily 7 9; Sundays 9 9

) on Kinprtey Lake after Misses Dorothy and Alice i sponsors of the Tabernacle anda their vacation here with Aa clerk of said Court. I I
weeks to Wayne Holton, and son, Edward of of Py Lucille {'. Conner, n C.
three I group young people attendedthe Dr.. and Mrs.' Lemuel Colson. T. Frank Lnndrum fcltarke. Fla. ,
IS. C. Tampa are guests! this week of Missionary Alliance Confer All)'. for I'lf. &-5 4t28

and Mr. E. K. Perryman Mrs. Holton's brother-in-law and ence at Swan Lake Monday even C. S. Partln new principal of No. 1 Can TOMATOES, 2 for .23
BHS
was called to Gracevllle the
fa their guest at Kingsley, sister, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman I'M nnrt'iT' roi'RT, IIRAOFORU
At- ing.Mrs. first of the week because of the ('ov'e'r Y. FLORIDA.. I. I'RAN-
[ Florence Fowler of Register.Mrs. F. J. Shaw this
Jin spent death of his mother. Mrs. C. S.Partln ricny HERRING No. 1 Can .25
G*. : Myrtice Hawthorne of Lake week with Mr. Shaw In Tampa. Abide A, Wallen, Plaintiff vs. ,
sad Mrs. Edward Burns are City spent Sunday here with her While away they visited relativesIn Sr. Jack H. Wallon Defendant Case

Lni this month at their cotton brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Clearwater.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johns returned No. ORDER 6914. Of PUBLICATION: Lone Grain RICE, 2 Ibs. .36

Kingsley Lake. : Mrs. A. F. Sauls. R. R. Jones and daughter to their home In Tampa AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I
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I } Dowling Is spending this Mr. and Mrs. Junlus M. Smith Mrs. J. W. Weaver, and granddaughter Sunday after a visit with Mr. and Wallen STATE whose Of FI-OItlllA residence. to: and Juck address E.. No.1 Skinless WEINERS, Ib., .44 E ,:

I In Pompano on. business. :' and family spent the weekend at Sue all of Tampa were Mrs. Ira Dobson in Lake Butler. Isat! Ysln Avenue, Ashevllle,
North Carolina.
s.p.E. Stone and Miss MamIe' Kingsley Lake with Mrs. Smith's visiting friend and relatives, here Miss Wanda Pearce Is spending You are required to appear on 5 Ibs. GRITS MEAL .56
wm apent the weekend here brother-in-law and sister Mr. and last week.T. this Week In Jacksonville with her October 3', 1047, III the above or a
named Court whfreln
ana cause
I their broth(>r-In-Jaw and sis- Mrs. G. K. Bennett. N. Kendrick left Monday fora brother-in-law. and sister Mr. and plaintiff. seeks divorce and restoration

Jllr.h and Mrs.. E. M., Davis. Mrs. W. M. Thomson and children two weeks' visit with his sister Mrs. Ed Knsor. i'ounty of Teleirrnph malilen shall name.publish ln'toi fold this Nice Fresh BUTTER. lb. .68 i i

|r. and Mrs. Harry Lee and Freddy Marjorie Ellen and Mrs. Elizabeth Davis of Clover, Sen. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns Order ptesarmyhandwsnti 1'1 Issues '

Susie Griffin of Jacksonville infant daughter, Evelyn returned S. C. lad aa their weekend guests at seal Bt Klniku. Florida, till August official" FRESH MEATS -:- LUNCH MEATSBACITOSC
|]lire, James E. Creech MIss Sunday to their home in Lloyd Corbin and Gene Carnell of Or- their place on Crystal Lake Dr. il'l. 1947

I Chapman and Mrs. Rosa Lee after spending several weeks here mond are visiting their uncle and and Mrs. T, M. Morgan of Jack As(JKKICIAT OlerU of SHAM salt:. Court A. J., Thomas, :

I Meld of St.'Augustine were with Mrs. Thomson's parents :Mr, aunt Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott.O. sonville and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fly I.ui'llli C Ciiiiiu-r, n C I "

I::1 Labor Day of Mrs. O. J. and Mrs. F. F Stump. They were P. Hutto has returned from Dllvenbaum of Gainesville. Elgin If t).. for Brawn IMf., atarke! Irlurih4Ally. U-5 4t 0-26 -. ,... ." ". .

1 land Miss Thelma Green. accompanied home by Misses a week's visit with relatives in Buylpss. chairman of the State

I and Mrs. L. J. Green andy Evelyn and Lillian Stump who Columbia S. C.. and Hamlet N. C' Bond Dept. was their guest on

spent Thursday In Jack- spent Sunday and Monday in Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Shaw and Labor Day.

lie. Lloyd. family and Miss Hazel Crawfordspent
+ I
Labor Day at Keystone 995 Tons of Lime IOOL

.
Heights.F.

Phone 52-J A. Scott has returned froma Used By Farmers
By AY DEe SEtlV1CE We CarryA
month's vacation spent with his
Mrs. In This County
wI .ouow "Ma eyoaa Hartinann brother Dr. George Scott in the .

Blue Ridge Mountains at Clayton I Forty-four Bradford County Complete Line

[ very Branch of Ga.Mrs. farmers this week completed liming OF
Shpllle Hall and daughter.Sharon ( 970 acrei of
approximately IIOWIIV. FOLKS: Some /gal
were guests of Mr. and land. A total of 903 tons of hi-
the SHOESDRESSES
art awfully on eyes
cuny
AC. Mrs. J. M. Ritter In Tampa lust
INSURANCEI calcic ground limestone was
applied hut they're sure hard on the
week.Walter most of it at the rate of
of Jacksonville I II I'n..k..lh..k.
Hagan
one ton per acre. This was done

was the weekend guest of his cooperatively through County .\nol utliH <.lcniT\e. to get t.
mother, Mr John Hagan. T. K. McClnne Jr., and J
AGENCYPlease Agent
I C. WALL
on In f he'world. They are always -
Mrs. Titus! Olson was called to the lime spreading firm of Fender uurklng their finder to Hens & Boya k r

Olmstead Ill., this week becauseof & Collier. The price to the far the hone.

Phone 146 the serious illness of her father. mer complete was $O per ton and WEAR J i '

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez returned resulted in a total saving of better ,
,.d I
Junior "Pop| il<> y .> u ralmipolltlraJ
Wednesday from West than |3OOO If farmers had .
CONSTANT'SERVICE OVER 50 YEARSCL''A'SSIFIED plums from iw. iliT"PI
Palm Beach where they have been hauled anti the lime them i il
spread
"!No'> IMIcul The [
> >: son M> plums For
ummmmmmm **R** ** ******* **i ********** **** **mi guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mar selves. ',." are J morn. often| the result ..l Everything

tinez.Mr.:: It Is .hoped, that .a.. similar setup graftlmc.)
and Mrs? O. JO. Ray and
:
can be arranged to spread "
children have returned to their lime in October. County Agent: t Entire Family ''
We won't HTKUIthat, but we 't.
Monticello after spendingtheir .
home In
.
McClane it the deal 'I
I working up I do! know that huniitt, promptand
TOUR CAR we have a newill.CO FOR SALE vacation hei'e.
auto radio! Immediate B. P. Walker of and farmers wishing to obtain I thorough J gas, oil and
filiation. As low a. "HI,60. ONE: NEW 8-BEDROOM! residence, Mr. and Mrs. spreading service are urged to lubrication service In your
EPHERD RADIO SERVICE Tenn., are spendingsome
just completed.LUMBKlli
|.ri! at IJaillnon street. 1x6 1x8 Zx .d Si Maryville. leave their name and tonnage desired when you drive In h....... Motor- VE
In SA
8t.rki at their home Hampton With Us And
12, 160.870: Wfladows :'ompietelPPllumbln" : time at his office any time theyare I 11* swear by not at ..... Shop ''f

Fitting- ; H In. Ply Wood; formerly known as the Mildred In the courthouse. Indications They kn"W"e try to 1,1......*. .....
Book Shelves.F1VMI1
SOUR FARM,' CITY AND ;MK i White Ctim.nt, Byerly place. are that all crops on Bradford Try... and see. .
MISS PROPERTY (Inns 'k.L Sand. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Temprano County soils will be benefitted by
ALSO Concrete Pipe; Concrete Jacksonville were guests the GULF OIL PRODUCTS
Blocks all sires; pipe step .tone., of lime with the exception of strawberries ROBBINS'The '
rSTRlaUT house plorir, floor; Cement; Book Palnioil I first of the week of Mm. Tem.prano' Sweet corn also: Is apparently Washing Polishing j'!
Mortar Mix, Steel Window; mother Mrs. Lizzie Tomp-
SELLS JL0ELL and Block Paint; Concrete Floor not benefitted by limeto Greasing
.& complete; Dump Truck Hauling.One kins. They are house-huntlnK (
extent based
great on
G..t advertiser .f _.a. >'Hkll-Saw new to Starke If they any very Temple & Lake
will
eve .ro......". Ha* *aad. aivcr rOTS FOR SAUBl $300 up, ISO and move meager InformationMost Values
'..Its ef Homes_ Farms- down $20 mo. In city limits. can find a suitable place Service Station Store. Of I II
... of this lime was appliedto .
nitTer from all over .the) GFVERAL CONN'RACriveI V. D. Johns of Tampa was a It
'.Free nRA[>FOIIU F.MfiKJMOKHINO! ("0. or t
open llstla*; existing permanent pastures Phone 179
ISTROUT J. M.urlr. E.........* Phone H4 I business visitor here Tuesday and t
REALTY AGENCY to land which will be seeded toImprovel
:Wednesday.
FOR 8ALB-Reasonable. New beautiful and clover. Lime I
f
grasses
lepres.ntetl Locally By CheHterfleld Divan and :3 Mr. and Mr. Harley F. Strong
C. HOLLrVaSWOBTH nice walnut occanlonal chair... flew to Atlanta Sunday afternoonfor Is an absolute requirement for
large Cora-Cola Ice box three successful of White Dutch
116 So. Walnut St. and Mrs. growing
beer booths 1 ,counter N stool a brief visit with Mr.
C. B. rv: nnett, Iawtey, 9'ie. Harley Strong Jr.. and daughter Clover. This clover has givenbetter
TREK p 9-b results In Bradford Countyfor LAMPS
EIt of all kinds reno- Helen. They returned ''Monday TABLE
.
|i d. furniture and than other I
upholstered
t FOR SALE- hp. :Mercury. outboard winter grazing any
.h.d. Drop u* a card. and UH-fnot plywoodboat night. seed availablenow
"TISO/1/ MATTRESS EOZPalatka : motor J. T Stabler had legume. Good are
CO. both practically new. 1240 Mr. and Mrs '
0, VALUE
tf which Is $10.95
Fla. for both. W. W Dixon Kln .JeY recent guests their sons at 60c per pound
Lake. -ItP 0:1FOR as much cheaper than last year. Me-
and
aA CE-I write all line: of Quincy SIbley
.'. automobile. liability and SALE-1 dinette milt! 1 broodr. George Charles, of Tallahassee and Earl, Clans urged growers to order their: Beautiful Bases & Shades dr.
.Dee me for your Insurance 500-chlck capacity; 4 feeder. ; clover seed before the price advances .
.d N.OD> Wainwright' Jr., 129 J lnr re water pan*. In..ulre.t. I who Is attending college In Arkan.
Can Phone 154. tl O. F. Odom, Highway 100. i ml as It always does as the
south of Stark. 4tp g., : sas.Allen of planting season of Oct. 1-Nov. 13: 6.95
and Robin ,
I IK.8 P. ROWELL, SpirIt. Long son
| L Medlum and Healer. State FOR8Ai'E-I93S: Chevrolet 4.doO'- ; 111.. are spending a vacation draw. near Four to five pound I

l ff Luther County. Clark license P't*. 1 tell you.N. 12.dan.-Jeff$, Btarke. Lewi., Rt. 2, Alp Chicago= with Mrs F. H. Long and of welt-Inoculated seed are required '' WHILE THEY: LAST 1 I I I, '',' ; l

l Stark. on n.... too. Look for relatives. per acre. Seed should be inoculated I i
Bn" other
tf p to t-21 FOR RENT- -4-room cottage, nicely at five times'' the rates
furnlnhad. Oleo de.lrabl" 3-room, R. J. Gomes returned Sunday ? hi
bin ?-Missionary strawberry : nicely furnished cool apt., mod.large from a two weeks' vacation spent recommended on the can. Land 7-Way Floor LAMPS
y the bed.-M. Rhoden ern. Large white house other than permanent pasture sod I
left and the New Eng i
1 I. Boa 73, State Farm Roa.l.4tp shady lown. Take dirt road In New York di
11ALF'tork -5 of new Handing highway, "t first land states. While there he visited should be prepared now so as to
bridge out E. Call ?t.; I lBtarke. have time to nettle firmly before
and
; historical Interest
Box of 17.95lie
"' line 'baby care Clark' Brookside. Farm A 13. places
a.d planting time.
e"', ba"oln"tt.-JIoIr.' Jewel I reports a delightful trip.
|
9'erkm Hox 13 or 504 N. Cherry FOR Blectrolux vacuum Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Harvey of White Dutch Clover requires a

itpgIN c n.rrall Madlaun.I : : I I21p Miami were guests Sunday of Mr. moist soil anti l does much better Sure and Select YOUTH Today
:.al1n.6'mon 806 W.
aM hs.
"r Work have done your.t Tousalln'body and pall : and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. when planted, on a firm shallow '

-015 ate Into lIoIIb".k'"' Brook.old Motor bottling ands FOR RENT-t nr 3 room furnl.h.d.partment. .- ... I i Open account! E-Z terms I
bath an ;
.
>w..W?':'ilan, guaranteed..: Jackonvlll lip 0-l Re-!> .F. A. Scott (Temple Ave. 111'FOR I VOTE For And SUPPORT : .


.'nh.une IAItUL menu 0. 18xl Ideal oottag.for. garage.Reaaon- r..frta-lratoV RENT -private 0.Garage. alov.bath.apartment electric- .n It W. E THORNTONFOR -- ;, 6

Phone 144 0. ... at 11' W. McMahon: St.

:recta a... Shrke. lip FOR SALF8up.r'u. N..eo: fuel oil oil heaters heater.. CHIEF OF POLICEFor : 2-Speed Thermo Broilers Cloth Window Shades

?Ern OM (.rag. apartm.nturnl"hed. 1 hurn.r > 'lamll. 1carpet
Son Wind"
l-li ( '' With the .
In Starke.r *
,
{ :
: .-- r FlorenceB. MAKE USEFUL GIFTS I
ji'i'nc" Nu..baum. Clark ''' : .
1. Ja'kMnvllle"Fla. It phone. own.187' Walnut A .. ( It the past 21 years I have performed the duties (Valued at $21.95) Pre-War QualityTHE t i

'I I Ill "'Stark, Sat Au. 9 at fll- $ the Police Department of the City
"t PEARS for pale ktaSrrlif of policeman on 1
highway PINEAPPLE
on lea :
|v't T' ..rl.t' v a.tch, monogram JiVh'S.r'TtO' -at "IUrlflKe. --- of Starke and have endeavored at all times to per Extra Special *
kto..ard
.
llh.lt $* Notify A. ,.U
I Boa 678. Ocala. Plc "" form my duties In an honorable and upright man Hartshorn Brand

Zt 1.121 !!AT.F.--<'op."hac.n and .hr.o" illness of Chief J\.'1.. Alvarez for
: FOR Bead Y ner. During the $ Every II orneDemoolltrated
planta. See Them
PAINTED cabbage
t mT. $30 Parlnmnts: and cl.an ootlaice 2.*,' noW.Waker".ld 13 I.nk"th..ncJ. J. Nil I..rlln.9.12CroebY .., about one year I performed the duties of Chief and 5 Should Have One The Shade of Quality

'"r, ."'* N.tnj.no.flierry las 8t.mo*-Mis UpFini HALFU37 Plymouth coups. feel that with the experience I have had In all linen e

::1 ALE-I bedroom alt*. 1 FOR good IIr". $300. One. almost marine new.plywood of law enforcement that I am well qualified for the

I|"l'-hn room.. ;.cult kltch.n.tt.electrlo .toveI pet On. light bo..t.trailer 18 ft app.for.boat 0. other. office of Chief of Police of the City of Starke. If Select Your BLANKETS Now From Denmark'sIT'S
to.
"...nr chml", ue. Tbeam and trailerr1100..
nooehjem'! '.. .rugs radio' It' new.Boat. Station.Hamp.on elected I promise that the duties of Chief of Police
ilervlc.
_
Plants' Mrs! Wm. C. lieatn"fwi "S.. .t 8mlth'
'" SB of Jun.'on.' 1:1' will be administered in a fair and Impartial and A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

fr 1"" P.Int'Nalhighway.. Up Ee.at. clrcul.Une at all times. t
RALE-t honorable manner
FOR Ior '
I ....1\1 not b. ... nPaget wood 0. coal heater Sacrifice Will heat.t
:11n, d.bl. contract.d by 41 room hou. I" FURNITURE CO.
and its H. DENMARK
.
eoet U26 new ON SEPTEMBER 9th JOHN
'
820 SUPPORT
r.1"I ::. ;. lttoD ,:5 tine .hap.. AI.n ppl 1,.Ic.2nd b. Jackiucco YOUR VOTE AND

; D T RE'J') snare Fro..' on"b.ap..A(left) Oil JI.mpt..n Lak. WILL BE APPRECIATED PHONE 151 STARKE .'LA.ptER -

.."I.b. 11"1"1.d boue. or apartment.collet -V. D Cherry."p... (PaM .Political Adv.) e 'M.
.. sift
I
? "' .d or
lMa r.ar.ne'e.( roR "phhlreraea YIf; lhdl. : j
sp.rtm.atr-lot
.'I raph', eel.llle..4een.. 11,pW .on n.e4 8t.. Burke.'. ItP, f.1fems I

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im.ADVORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STAJUDC, FLOJUI* FRIDAY, SEPTEM,,
rAGE ImL I.
e
named Court and cause, wherein
20. 147.
of Tampa :were guests of Mr Mr. and Mrs. Jack Freeman be. Kern' Music ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND ,TO APPEAR plaintiff seek divorce Bradford (OFFICIAL SEAL
Sat- fore they moved to Oklahoma. STATE OK FLORIDA to: Mary County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder A. Clerk of I.
said Court'
and Mrs. J. R. Parker from
To Be HeardIn D. whoa residence and ad- In next" tour weekly i.eues.Witness Ay Lucille C.
State Farm urday until Monday. Mr. and Mrs Mr. Chasteen Is c. new Farm em- ':ear:: CIS Lawrence Street, Mar- my hand and official seal William D. Conner' n c
James R. Chasteen, Jr., rletta Georgia. at Stark, Florida, this August. 15, Morgan "!
Parker their daughter, Clarissa ployee. New Park Film You are required' to appear on 1- Att k toraplfJerkronvll .ll
By Mrs. Bryan WhltflrldMies and Andrea and their visitors la a student at the University of September 16, 1847, In the above (OFFICIAL :Clerk A. said; Court : ,

e .. I spent Sunday In St. Augustine Florida Gainesville and wW be Jerone Kern's lilting musical plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein By Lucille' c.A* of C. ttt CIRCUIT (-

Elizabeth Cox of Winches.: Miss Helen Whitfield attended. here with his parents on week "Centennial Summer" in technicolor County Telegraph shall publish this Robert H. Duncan,.r'Li:e Bide., COUNTY, FLOR'O""T." III.n
ends. will the screen at the Order In next four. weekly Issue Jacksonville, Florida CERT. li
ter l Is making an extended the graduation exercises at F3U, occupy Witness my hand and official: Atty for Pit. 8-22 4t (-12IN Julian A. "
Ky.,
Tallahassee, Friday evening when Kenneth Noland and Norma Park Theatre for three days start. seal at Starke, Florida this Aug.tFlb'I.l vs- Constance P. "avj. PI
,
stay with her grandparents Mr. Miss Roberta Whitfield was one Jean Dobba visited relatives In ing Sunday. Included in the all- ,SEAL) A. J. Thomas. CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD dent Case No.or 6904 "t

apd Mrs. R. H. Cox and Mr. and of the &,raduates. Jacksonville during the past week. star cast are Jeanne Crain, Cornet A. Clerk of said Court. COUNTY.. FLOJHIUAI CUANCICHY. AND NOTICE PUBLICATI To
Mrs. J. M. Bradley. Darnell and By Lucille C. Conner D. C. STATE! :
Linda
,
Wilde FLORIDA26th ,
P
Mrs. J. B. Caldwell Is visiting Mr. and Mrs, R. W. Brannen and Charles. R. Hem, 204-06 Realty Bldg.Jacksonville ;. William Beatrice M. ab..r. : t"Ca''*.; Con..tano. JlrcMlch.'I. t.
Saturday afternoon Mrs. P. S. William Eythe. On the same pro ..Fla.Atty. J. Andrea Street, 9teSeptembers
relatives In Ocala, her former Miss Pauline Brannen attended a No. 6902. IJlrmlnlrhlm. ,
Crew., Spencer Crews, Mrs. C. D.I home. reunion of Mrs. Brannen'a familyat gram the Park will offer an unusual for Pit. 8-15 4t tSKlrlda ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND 19 1917to then Pp 41'
Sellers and Patricia Willard visited short feature titled "I Am NOTICE TO APPEAR September 19. >.>
at Mrs C. D. Sellers, Patricia WU- the home of Mrs. H. P. Galney STATE] OF FLORIDA to WilliamJ. named Court 1947.V.In th,
C. Rivera T.IlaassaM and
W.
Mr. and Mrs. An Alcoholic".
.UII ..
Andrea whose residence I*: 619
r In Brooker Sunday There were Plaintiff seeks 1
and A..t II. 1..1"NOTICE div
lard, Mr. P. S. Crews
Klngsley Lake. Next Tuesday and Wednesday Warden Street, Long Branch, NewJersey. County Telegraph ,hlnS,
approximately 100 members of the .
Spencer Crews attended the Convention Order In pub0
.
next
NOTICE I hereby given that the tour
Mr and Mrs. J. W. Woodward the double feature will be "StrangeConfession" You required >to weekly
family and a few friend. are appear on Witness I
of the Christian ChurchIn present state Board of Education of the my hand
had as guests Wednesday of last Father Holmes of Starke was with Lon Chaney and State of Florida will offer for sal September 22, 1947, In the abovenamed seal. at Starke, Florida, this'
Graham Sunday. .. Court and cause, whereinplaintiff 111, 1947.
week Mr. and Mr. R. L. Thompson Mrs. D. H. Beasley and daugh- the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Brenda Joyce, and "The WickedLady" and Tallahassee will rcalv, ; competitive,Il00 bids In. seeks divorce BradfordCounty (OFFICIAL SEAL) ,tJ.
of Tampa and Mrs. JamesGale with James Mason and clockA.. M. September 16th. to' Telegraph shall publish thisOrder A. Clerk of esid' I ,
Tom Conners Tuesday evening COllrt.
ter, Ruth of Lake Butler and land COUNTY In next tour weekly Issues. P.y Lucille C. (
for In BRADFORD Conner
Sharon
Mrs. .Bard Gale and Margaret'Lockwood. Witness hand and official D. C1"
Is In my Frank
Miss Pauline Brannen of Jack- John Crews Huntington described a* follow.: Landrum, !Starke
Gale of Palatka. sonville were guests of Mr. find Virginia where he Is taking a The weekend double feature for WM of 8WV4 of Section k IK. Township seal at Stark., Florida J this. -,August. AU,. for PIt. 1'21 I'4

Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Dietrich and Mrs. R. W. Brannen during the course In telegraphy During the Friday and Saturday, Sept. 12, 13, 80.44 acres.1 South, Rang 23 East e-

daughters, Carlotta and Noretta, Labor Day holidays.Carolyn weeks of his absence Mrs. Crews will be "Men In Her Diary" with THIS; NOTICE la publlHhed In compliance

I Crews spent lost Wednesday ''Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Peggy Ryan and Jon Hall, and 87009. hF'Iorldfaa Statutes'Kit.170.08and THE PICTURE YOU

and Thursday with John Crews. "O'Malley of the Mounted" with The successful. bidder Is to pay the DIDN'T TAKE TODAY
advertising cost.
fie Frances Crews In New River. Rev. S. W. Creasey, of Starke George O'Brien and Bill Hart. The sale .It and when made shall CAN. ,NEVER BE TAKEN

EXPERTSERVICE Mrs. T. W. Ogllne and babY was the luncheon guest of Mr.I unto be subject Itself all to petroleum the Board phosphate reserving, TOMORROWNOW

daughter, Enza Lou and Mrs. W. and Mrs. Bryan Whltfield Friday.Mr. Jackson, S. C., spent the Labor mineral and metal thereon or Is the time to get
L. Armstrong of Lakeland! have and Mrs. A. P. Moore Mrs. home of his thereunder.The .
Day Holidays at the State Board of Education reserves MOVIES< of those growing
r been the guests of Mr. and Mrs O. E. Crews, Mrs. John Crews, parents Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. the right to reject any and Youngsters. You don't have to
ten Carolyn Crews and Nancy and all bid.
S. Rosier for the past
. R. BY ORDER of the State Board of buy expensive Cameras or Pro.
days. Barbara Bates spent Tuesday at May.Gordon and Shirley Seley. of Education of the State of Florida.' Jectors to make movies of your

, Mr.. and Mrs. W. G. Stringfel- Silver Springs. Cltra. arrived last Friday for a ATTEST Millard F. Caldwell Governor own. We will rout them to you
' and After a visit with Mr. end Mrs.R. .
" low Miss Melba Strlngiellow visit with their mother, Mrs. ..nnle Colin English Secretary for a) very small fee and your P1oP
and Manassa visited S. Rosier, T-Sgt. and Mra. J. R. State Board of Education
Cella George
o Seley. On Sunday, Mrs. Seley S-1S 5t t-11 only Investment I* the tam 9u
Jones and daughters, Linda and
Wilson at
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Klngi-
,
and children visited relatives in Come In today for further
Barbara left Monday for Akron,
t ley; Lake Monday afternoon. Miami. Ut CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Information
Miss Roberta Whitfield spent Ohio where they will visit Sgt. COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN- "
Jones' relatives before B. y Saxon has spent the past CKHV. HILL'S
Mr. returningto Hollywood Camera
Saturday with her parents, C. V. Smith Plaintiff vs. Dellah. R.
Ft. Bragg N. C. week visiting relatives in Pom- Smith. Defendant. Case No. 6878.
and
, and Mrs. Bryan Whitfleld COFFEE
i Chas. C. SHO
ORDER OF PUBLICATION and Gift Shop
,
: Itf left Sunday: for Monticello where Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier pano.Mr. ANI> NOTICE ,TO APPEAR

m she Is the commercial teacher in vIslted'Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McRaein and Mrs. Wilbert Hall and STATE OF FLORIDA to: Dellah Call St. at R. R. Starke I 151 WEST CALL
ShepherdAt McIntosh last weekend. Little family are moving this week to R. Smith, whose residence and address ,, '. .- I
, the school.
I, high Is: 403 Church Street, Greensboro STAKKE, FLA.
Gay's Service Station Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen. Misses Patricia and Eleanor Mc Ocala, where they will make their North Carolina. fl-sass -
Rae 'returned home at that time and where Mr. Hall You are required to appear. on
f formerly of Jacksonville, are now future home September IS, 1947, In the above j':..
living In the house occupied by after having been the guests of will attend a Bible Institute in named Court and cause, wherein

''..n, their grandparents for two weeks. further preparation for the min- County plaintiff Telegraph. seeks divorce shall publish Bradford thin RALPH CREWS

From McIntosh Mrs. Bouvier wentto Order In next tour weekly Issues.
istry.Mrs. Wltnesn hand and official And His Bradford Hillbillys
my
to visit her brother J.
Tampa Lettle Parker of Jacksonville seal at Starke, Florida, this August -
1 s t a B & M I Drive In P. Richardson, for several day spent Sunday here with her 11. 1941.10FFICAL .

She was accompanied by Mrs. Mc- son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and As Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas, .. .

Mrs. J. C. Wynn.Mr. Rv Lucille C1. Conner. D C.
Curb Service Only Rae.During the past week Mr. and Charles' R Hess 204-05 Realty Bldg. Wednesday Nights at the NITE OWL
and Mrs. W. T. Saxon of Jacksonville Fla.
Mrs. P. D. Fancher had as their Atty. for PIt. 8-13 4t 9-5 Tuesdays RED'S PLACEFri.
r Park relatives
Oakland were visiting
; Bar-B-Q Sandwiches visitors Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
here last week. ., Sat. PADGETT'S PLACEr
Rowel and two daughters of ITT: CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
Southern Fried Chicken COUNTY FLORIDA IN: CHAN ..
Stuart and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mrs. W. W. Hicks and children CRRY.

M Beer & Soft brinks McCrary, Bill McCrary and Miss have been visitors to Gainesville, Carrie' Jones, Plaintiff vs. George
Jones, Defendant. Can No 5885 Round & Square DancingLet
0 e. Elsie Hyatt of Jacksonville.Hampton. Palatka, Callahan and Jackson. .'.h'EH OF PUBLICATION

I a 01' OPEN 10 A. M. to 12 MIDNIGHT ville. *N" NOTICE TO APPEAR
.. STATE OF FLORIDA to: George
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dennison
On State Highway 200 4 Blocks: South ,of Call St. Jones, whose residence la unknown.
and family, who have been living \..u are require,: to appear on
September. IS, 1947 In the above
for the past two months in Starke, .
named Court and cause, wh"r..lnplalntUf
r moved back to( Hampton Mondayand seeks divorce Bradford Us Install YoU A MODERN BATIIROO
By Mrs. M. O. SweeneySII bounty Telegraph shall publish this
N-O-T-I-C-E N' are located In the old Taylor Order In next four weekly Ixsues.
residence near the school. Witness my hand and official! Or Remodel and Modernize ''Your Present On
We wish to to have bicycle repairedat I seal at Stark, Florida, this Au-
urge you your cum FROLICSFor gust 13! 1947ktA..FClerk .
there will be rush due to the opening NOTICE] OF ELECTION SEAL: J. Thomas,
once, as a an evening of fun and T, Charles A. Darby Mayor of of said Court

t of the new school. term. We repair them all -'No laughter, everyone is invited to Starke, Florida vested, by virtue of theauthority By Lucille. C. Conner D. C. ONE TO THREE YEARSTO
I
In
ma by law, do Zach H. .
Douglas, Gainesville .Flu.Atty.
. job too small. attend the 3-H Club Variety En- hereby call an election to be held, for Plf. 8-15 41 9-8
.. at the City Hall In the aforesaid
tertainment 9
on Friday, Sept. ,
town by the qualified voter on PAY. NO DOWN
NOW ON DISPLAY AT OUR; STORE at 8 P. M., in the Recreation Tuesday September 9th, 1947 for 'I IJT CIRCUIT COtTRT.; BRADFORD
: the pur pone of electing the fo\low- COUNTY. FLORID A| IN CHAM. .
THE NEW 1947 SCHWINN BICYCLE *
Hall. ;
vti MODELj .. ; :These teenage members :Jog officers: CERT. ., ,PAYMENT
.
u ,I' have been enjoying weekly socialgettogethers one Mayor Irene ,... Webb Plaintiff vs. JamesW.

', 'Duplicate: Keys Made ,_ chaperoned by Interested :, On.. Clerk Treasurer Tax I Webb Defendant. Case No. 0986
I Assenor. and Tax: Collector ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND

Biggs & Baker 105 W.,Call feature matrons is a and climax this to amusing the One Two Marshall Aldermen. for two years STATE NOTICE OF- FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: James. CALL 141. OR SEE US AT 335 .TEMPLE AVEMI
One Alderman for on. year, un- W. Webb whose residence I I. Federal -
summer vacation play period. exptred term. Reformatory, El!: Reno, Okla
Inspectors) of said election. : S. E. homa. -- Shull Plumbing & Heatin
SCIIO.OL OPENS MONDAY Spark., R. F. TXmorest. L. A. Ren- You are required to appear. on
nolda. F. O. Hemingway B. B. September It, 1947, In the above
Following a two-week pre Rowland. named Court and cause, whereinplaintiff
In testimony whereof.. I hereunto. seek divorce. Bradford STARKE FLA.
school planning period attendedby \ ,
w subscribe' my name and cause the. bounty Telegraph shall publish this
wr" the Hampton teachers, Hampton seal of the said. town to be hereunto Order. In next" four weekly. Issue
School will affixed: thla the 6th day of Witness my hand and official
Elementary openon seal at Stark, this
August, A. D 1947. Florida Au.
tSta fpOAL .1f smirvgTA$1 Monday, Sept. 8, at 8:15: A. M., <( AIfrw e a Tab WOPLD"T9Nwfl with a full day's session. Balanced Mayor. BEAD A. J. Thomas,
ATTEST: Carl Johns Aa Clerk of said Court.
hot lunches will be served each. City Clerk. 8-8 Bt 11.8 Ry Lucille C. Conner D. C.

day In the school cafeteria from \'fOTICE_; J Jacksonville.K. Skipper Florida William Building R. B. Alvarez & Son

12 to 1 P. M. under teacher sup TO WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN: Atty. for Plf. 8-15 if 9-5
>fr a1MS ervision. Notice Is hereby given that I have _
mud my Final Accounting a* Administrator IV CIRCUIT ?S M tMiapa9.PrisT The first seasonal Parent-Teach. for the Estate of J. F. FLORIDA IN CII4NCFoRT. .
t Colley.. deceased. and will on the .
er's Association meeting will be 18th day of October. 1947. apply to Gladys Williamson Varnes, Plaintiff. Transfer &' Storage Co.
N 'IC4NIEAMD held on Tuesday afternoon at bounty Judge of Bradford County v*. Otis Oren. Tames, Defendant.
3:30 o'clock. to Florida, for Final Discharge' as Case. No. 5874ORDER .
: Owing new said Administrator. OF PUBLICATION
school plans and practices, the J., R. ,Colley, Adm'r. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR phone 9105
(ER w 4 8-15 4t 11-8 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Otis Moving and
' patrons are especially urged to I Oren Varnes. whose residence .Is un
+ "hS.f eo.d th.a attend and acquaint themselves known.
1N rinri'i-T' COURT, BRADFORD You are required to> appear on stpiagt, We Operate Local and Long Distance
with Interesting facts pertainingto CO" 'f1l' PE.UHIOAI IN CHAN. I September 22, 1947. In the above ol

their, child's school life neorge CRIIY.C*. Morgan Plaintiff vs.Ma ,, Anywhere In The State
Cecilia Morgan, Defendant.
The Rev.. Ben Davison pastor Cas No. 688f.ORDEIl Cooked Fine Dinner; Florida.

... of the Olivet Baptist Church, of AND :NOTICW OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR Then Threw It TO DogOne Also Hauling Anywhere In Starke City Limit*
.r.e .r Ocala, was the guest speaker bothmDrnlnl' "STATE' ) OF FLORIDA to: Mrs.

and evening, at the First Ma. Cecilia and addresa Morgan Is whose BO residence -
: Vineyard lady recently stated that
Baptist Church lost Sunday. Avenue, Yonkers, New' York.
she used to throw) her own dinnerto
You are required appear on
Mrs. Wallace M. and
Joplin September 12. 1947, In the above. the dog most of the time. It I
eF'JuJ vat daughter Judy, of Lake City, and named Court and cause wherein .
r plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford made her sick just to look at anything "
Jimmy Guy, of Starke, were re County Telegraph' shall publish this to eat. She was swollen,with
@ cent guests of Mrs. Ann R. Guy. Order In next four weekly Issues. !
full of bloat had headaches
; Witness my hn l and official I gas ,
Pvt. Richard D. May. of Ft. seal at Stark*. Florida;} this.:August :felt worn out and was badly con.
13. 1 47.OFFICIAL.. r
( SEAL) A.1., Thomas ,. Finally she got INNER- CJi
A. Clerk of said Court. AID and says she now eats every .
: Fy Lucille C. Conner, D. C. J
.T. Frank Landrumarks. Fla. thing in sight and digests Is per

Atty. for Pit.__.. S-fj 4t '-5 fectly. Bowels are regular and .

y e .11: CIRCUIT rocRT. BRADFORD normal. She Is enjoying life once

COUNTY. FLORIDA I:* CIlAilCKHY. I more and feels like "some other r

r 1 Albert O. Maisev. Plaintiff vs. woman" since k taking this New

Mary D. Massey Defendant.. Case Compound.
t '
No. 6879.
INNER-AID contains 12 Great

Herbs; they cleanse bowels clear i be cool

gas from stomach, act on slug .
r(41 ... gish liver and kidneys. Miserable
\
people soon feel different all over. in a Freshlycleaned:

So don't go on suffering! Get e
aR.
1 INNER-AID. Sold by all drug suit
t 4 ( cursNE ..
stores. (Adv.)

BRYCLIA.UI
Protect Your Upholstery

4 < g, With Good Durable Suits that are freshly cleaned' i

,GET TO ,WORK, LADY of the biggest AT ITS BESTThe SEAT COVERSTAILORED cool-look: cool: -and keep their send prase boosuits

That's why fastidious men .
Hurry, lady! It is almost half past six anti bargains in Insurance is life Of Your Clothes here for our quality drylean

soon time to send the children: off to school. Depends On The CARE ing which brings new life to maarU

I There's all that washing still to be done- a Windstorm policy. They Receive. All Gar ( TO lals,. revitalizes colors, and

shirts and sox and linens! --and there's iron- ments Carefully HAND i FIT YOUR e to your summer ar

s ing tomorrow. Don't forget that But, See us Finished INDIVIDUALAUTOMOBILE i pea antes: Enjoy clean, cool dothicomfort. ,

lady, there is an easy solution! Just bring (I'I : Call us today.

t your laundry to
PHONE 109
Charley E. Johns In Colors To Suit
PHONE 135

Agency Your Taste ROUT. 315Temp'

1L The WASHETERIA Phmae .IS STARK VIA.HisrmrrtlnTM .

STARKESEAT GREEN 9kuJ : .'

1HEC EAPIER
Phone 118-W 321 Tempi Ave. COVER CO. Owner _._ u_
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I 8. 1941
BRADFORD COUNTY
i TELEGRAPH. STARRK. FLORIDA PAOB: SEVENtjrch !
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Hall have .
returned I .
home after( e rnrd County iviciciiuih, In hrrol.y IN .riiiciir roMiT.OI MR.n"ORD
dpxlffnnteil a* the noMNimiirr In ''>T\. Vl.Oltmt I'M "I."N_
spending time" with Mr. and
BrookerBy some
News Pine Level: which I thin Ouliv, ihull |10 H> vtll'llHliiutmc 'lll Y.'MOvnna .
Mrs. Jimmie Gnann of Auburn- Lawtey a week for" roar oonHHiutlvrWITNESS tfelventrlnl, INnlntlff. "..
we.kM, Vnaen Salveatrlnl, IWetnlant. Can
Mm. T. dale,
W. Markey By Hint. II. M. Mrltae m)' tinml 1 wild the Nee' l No. 6HH1OltllRR
L Mr. and "Mra G. D. Chapman Uy U II. Futch of thin Court ill Htnrko, Hrmlfonl' Or rt'BL.IC'ATlON'< I

Pastor Back FAMILY REUNION: anti sons of Miami nnd Mr. and AuirUKt County, A.Klorlita.l>, I14! ;this U day of AM NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO AtTKAHSTATR to: Mr.

ord There were 290 In the Sunday; Mrs. Carlos Summers and little I ICE CIIKAM SIPPER Official Heal) A .1 Than,. VftN A family reunion Is an Institution School classes IMerte of the rirmlt' Court, tired.Cord and niMrcmi; IN Hotel; ChUterna, Han'uimlaiiano 4
After at Pine
''jpit Level last daughter Linda Dlan. of Gainesville The Lawtey PTA had. an Ice County, 1'iorlds. Province of ulena,
all Its own wherein a family Sunday and five W. B. Cone, Hollrltor for ,
candidates for were visiting their uncle. cream supper on the school campus fompliilnnt. Italy
Leave shows Its gratitude and kindness 8-2H 4tU>> You .are renulreil to appear on
eeks baptism at the L.
.
evening service. Sullivan, Thursday.Mrs. A'I last Friday evening. A large September H, In the above
to each other. Such a reunion Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis, Mrs D. W. Moore and group of people came ami" all seem I" ('IRCI'I'1' ornr.. .nt UFORf) I nnnieil Court l'e ..,, wherein. I
3 was held Sunday August 31, at W. C. 1.0..1"1.. FI.OIIIIIAI I'll 411 tN.CIRY. plaintiff eeeka dlvnrre. ttradford
Conner S.V.. Griffith
and daughter, and children of ed to have a good. time. The : County Ttiloitrnph. shall inililtiin thin
the home of Mrs H. P. Galney In Yvonne, and E. D. Asyman were Starke were visiting relatives I younger people enjoyed games t..o Hohitrt Allirnn.i, flulnllff.. v... Order In next four weekly lmia.
honor of the P. A. Crosby family, Joan I'miova AllKuutl, Uermiditnt. Wits... my band and officialOKI
visiting relatives at Orange here Wednesday while their elders enjoyed a social Case No. 69(7OKHKH .t Htarke, Florida, this ",,,.
This happy occasion was attended Heights and Waldo one day last Mrs J, J. Brannen of Hampton hour. In addition to homemadeIce OF Vimi-IOATION Suet 1". 1947.OFFICIAL .
by 96 direct descendantsof AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ( : SEAL A. J. Thomas
visited her sIster Mrs. A. L. Sullivan
cream the ladles had homemade
TATW OF ,, said
week.Mr. KI.OItlDA to: Joan Aa Clerk of Court.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby. and Mra. E. C. Lewis and Friday.S. cake for sale. The PTA ova Allwontl, s huH re.ldsnra Py lamlUa C. .'jI.Sk.'FI.

;:xor .Nine (others were present who sons, Reid and Meade, and their E. Trlest was in Lake Cityon realized a nice sum from the sup- ass k.:? 1-3 0. Hth Ml, umaha, Nabraa- T.Atty.Frank for Pit.Tandruni, .-S 4t5.

were related to some member of daughter. Mrs. Paul Faulkner, business Friday.IIOPE per. rqulrrd in
the family total of aeptstnber' J!>, 147, In theshove -
making a
are spending some time with eel Mrs. Roberts the president '
BAPTIST CHt'ItCH namoil Cuiirt and "nu.... whM..lnPh.lntlfr ix: rinci IT rot'HT. DII'OIl'OMDf.Ol'.Y.
105 enjoying the fellowship to- atives at Plant City and Fort wishes to thank all who helped corks. divorce, BradfordCounty '' F1.0HIII4YI Ire: CHANKHY. -
gether. Sunday School 10 A. M. Tcleitrnph shall publish this <' .
Myers. Services- M. make the event a success. Order In next four. weeKly lH aenWltneaa Oliver William JMIndt. Plaintiff. .s
Dinner was served on a long This community was made sad Preaching A. my heed and nffifial' Marie I.oiilne Mlliult Defendant.

table In the yard, under soma last Friday morning to learn of B. T. U. 7:30 P. )I. Mra M. H Martin, one of the 17.PHI' 1941.OFFICIAL!at .Hmrko, Florida. title August Case No>. sesz.onnlcR OF. PlTHtJCATIONAND

pear trees and each and every the death of J. N Norman. We Preaching Services -- 8:30: P. M. Junior High School teachers, resigned ( 8RAL' A. J. Thomas NOTICE TO APPEAR
r= seemed to the Services! will bw by Rev. Webb. her position In the Lawtcy Ai Clerk of laid Court RTATM' or KUtltlDA to: Mra.
enjoy
one present extend the deepest sympathy to "' C. Conner, D C. Murle nnliie, Klliult I who. rail
gathering to the utmost. his family. Everybody Is Invited to attend. School to continue her educationat Rr..r;: Andoreon, Green CoveHprlncB dense and Hddre, In mo Jacobytt t

Those the following Especially the members and dea the University of Florida. Fla. ..'.Mtulewood. 'New; Jeraey.
attending were Mr. and Mrs A. F. Hall of Ton to on
Ariya.: fur Plf. S-iO 4t 9-19 are required appear
: parents and their children: Jacksonville were visiting relatives cons In order .that they might Mrs. Charles Partin of Starke September, II, 11147 In the above

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Waters Mr. here Monday.Mr. call a pastor for the coming year. has been secured to take the placeof iif: nnritiT r'U'UT. mt"r>roHi named nlnlntlff Court seeks and divorce"..".., wherein....dlnr.10"nt1

and Mrs. Eugene Crosby Mr. and and Mra. Robert Taylor Mrs. Martin. fnii'WTY. rioniuAi I'll CHAMIKHV. (' Teleuraph shall publish this I
.: Order. In next four weekly '..u...
Mrs. Hugh Butler Crosby, Mr. and daughter Charlene, Mrs. Ar- Lawtey was a quiet town on Lillian Hill Plaintiff, vs Willie Wit,... niv hand and orrtnlal seal

and Mrs. S. M. Mott Mr. and rle Browning and Mr and Mrs. Graham Labor Day. Most of the business Uea Hill>KK efeniliknt.OK PIIRLICATIONSTATE t'ase No. 61116.11HI at 1941.RUrke' Florida, this August 12.

1\eY.\ John L.;Bray, pastor Mrs. E. A. GalneyMr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae were visiting Mr. places were closed and the business AND Fh'HIBSA' Will ( ,. c A'.tJ'Cn..ft. J. Thomas
.
Church re- Mrs. Resale ] OK to: I.. Ae Clerk .
Baptist Mott Mr. and and
Howard Mrs. Ancel Norman at Hell- took of
people advantage
fciford\ C,
By Mm. John McKlnnryBnbble fill, whoae ndilren u Kalfurd. Florida Uy itlrule, C. l.'nnn..1.D.
to his pulpit this Sunday Carlton, Mr. and Mrs. Zenas Williams bronn Springs Friday afternoon.Mrs. the opportunity to spend the day : T. Frank Iandrunt, Starka Pla.Atty. I

, (even-weeka' leave of abfrom ( Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis. L. H. Hayes and daughterof out of town. September' Ton are U required, 1947, 'In to the appear above on : for Pit. I-U 4t .-5

the church. He will all of Brooker, T. J. Dukes of Gainesville and Mrs. BernIce Surrency and Red Top Mr. and Mrs. a.V.. Roberts named. Court and .ua", wherein. 0 p

it the morning; service on Lake Butler B. T. Crosby of Opperman of Michigan were visit Fletcher of Tampa were weekend spent the weekend with her father, plaintiff of seeks maiden divorce name and, fradfordounty rector.ation

Meet "Sevea Deadly Sins Tampa Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Crosby ing Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Sur. J. H. Tatum of DeLaml. Telt-errnph shell publish thla Birthday

,,1 t the Holy Ghost", and at of Greensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday night of last week. rency. Mr. and Mrs. L. 11. Futch were Order Wltniea In neat my four hand weekly and offlnlalal limuea, t

nlng service on the subject C. E. Crosby of Wesconnett Mr. Miss Gwendolyn McRae has re Mm. Jim Koon of Waldn was In Brooker last Sunday attendinga at Wlnrke, Florida. this AUKunt -

Cares If a Sinner Goes to and Mrs. Mike Tilghman of turned home after visiting relatives vlnlttnir Mra. _Maude___ Graves last family reunion -of the Crosby (OFFICIAL IT 1147. SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas AND WEDDINGOUR

Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. A. L. In Jacksonville and was a Thursday. family. Aa Clark of said Court
Hv Lucille C. Conner P. C.
Bray conducted a two Crosby of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. dinner guest of Miss Mary Lou Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton The regular meeting of the Green and (Irevn, Htarkn. Florida CAKES l

evangelistic campaign at Philip Crosby and Mrs. Crosby's Alvarez at Vanderbilt Sunday. and sons of Starke were visiting Lawtey City Council was post Ally., for Pit. s-i9 4t 9-ill

Buffalo Avenue Baptist brother of St. Petersburg, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas and children Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal last poned this week because of several

b In Tampa, and following Mrs. R. W. Brannen of Ralford of Brooker spent the weekend week. of. the councilmen being out CBOK-ttTJ
F. Raulerson of Okeechobee here and were accompanied home Mrs. Alvin Wasdln and
impalgn. supplied as pastor Mrs. A. Mr. and of town on Monday 'it 'JuitUi M. Smilh"tiisidbit
church while the pastor Mr. and Mrs. Van Duke of Monday by her parents, Mr. and chlldVen of Patterson Ga.. spent Mrs. A. O. Green of Miami was

,""y Mason, was In Europerg Lake Butler Misses Louise and Mrs. H. H. Lewis the weekend!' with Mr and Mrs. visiting her niece Mrs. C R.

Baptist World Con- Madeline Crosby of Daytona M. H. Wasdln. Kd4tw I
the D. Crosbyof Crews, on Labor Day. ,1
i at Copenhagen. Denmark Beach, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mr. C. B. Roberts had the mis- Mra. Bertha Stuckey of Jacksonville .
other parts of Starke Mrs. R. B. Raulersonand and breakingher
sting in fortune of falling was a buHlnpsu vlultor to ,' /k ,sit'
Mr. Bray also spoke at Miss Eva Fay Gainey of SunnybrookBy arm last week while cleaningthe Lawtey last Monday. : r r 1'w

a Youth for Christ Rallies Canal Point Mr. and Mrll.W.,H. M.O. hire O. E. CrosbyThe Christian Church. We wish Johnnie Gaaquu of Mobile, Ala., t

ie was away at Lakeland, Collins of Waldo Mrs. her a speedy recovery was the weekend guest of his
Bessie Beasley of and
\V'a din
't, and Tampa. Brooks Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy mother \Mrs Carrie Casque.

\V. L. Howse of Jackson- Lake Butler E. S. Gainey of Plant entire community was saddened children of Gainesville were visitIng Buster Crews! of Jacksonville. SPECIALTY

mt Rev. Ray' Walden of City. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Youngof by the death of Mr. Jeff relatives here Sunday. ++1
spent several days, In Lawtey lee
Butler, supplied the pulpit Jacksonville. Miss Clarise Norman a life-long resident.Mr. Mrs. Minnie Cain of Gainesville week visiting filtmds. I'

Raiford Baptist Churchthe Thomas of Starke, Horace Stokes Norman had been confinedto Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. The Woman's Society of Chrln- Any Meal Ana Horn

pastor's absence. and L. R. Gainey of Brooker. his home for several years Bill Cain this week. tlan Service met with Mrs Milt

studies at with lingering IIIn<>9s. E. T. Young. John Jones,
Bray resumes PKOGRKSS:!! a Mrs. Wells last Tuesday Dcliclout 1
n 1 University In Deland on REVIVAL. IN began at the Miss Charlotte Knowles of) and Jimmy Cain of North Carolina Among the business people of 1M ft 1 1 imNUTH>> > Itn..."" "*ES': ,

her 22.'eptember. A revival meeting here Sunday night Folkston Ga., Is spending this are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cur Lawtey who spent Labor. Day on \K"S.: FBKNC1I: HUKAO ;

14 at the Ralford Baptist Church Services week with :Mr. and Mrs C. C. tis Young this week. the'several lakes fishing were the e'r'ewe srw. r.tltKKK': IIOtlSK KOtXSLappe
will with a good attendance. of Starke Is .. I j
Millie
Fogg
the Crosby.Mr. Mrs.
l Church, pastor
at 7:30: o'clock Wall family and H. C. Kelly. ...
each night Mrs. O.E Crosby and sister Mrs. C. B. ,
on the subjects "Religious begin and visiting her ,
Sea
In the
Is Invited to attend. Frank Rudd new sew..IK lira sad(
and "Is : and everybody children were visiting her parents
n" (morning) Roberts. board In Bakery
Agent Lawtey. Ik rSTARKC :
ItNi hi
l
and Mrs. J. L. Johns Maude Graves has had as e
the Anti-Christ? (even- PTA MEETING I Mr. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Aubrey Townnon

All are Invited to attend The regular monthly meeting of i of New River. Sunday. recent guests Mrs. Charley Graves and family, who have boon residents DRY 1 CLEANERS 312 Call" Street
rvlces. Thursday of last Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown were and sons of Tlfton, Ga., and Mrs. for several
held of
Lawtey yearn
the PTA was AND LAUNDRY 18Free ,
where dinner guests oT Mr. and Mrs. John Crews of.Lake Butler. PHONE \"
new lunch room moved last weak to Lakeland
Inthe IIi,
week
tiara Church of roses and pompoms were Jack Goodge of Starke Sunday. ( Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Frazier where Mr. Townson is employed. PHONl 21 Gltt.N IU11DING Delivery Service I

vases decorating. The second Mr. and Mrs. Horaoe Knowlesand had as their guest last week Mrs. l! -NIT' ,
used for Mrs. Frsnk Thomas attended Fratler'a mother. Mrs. O'Hara .. CIRCUIT COURT JlII.O..OIIDCOIIN'I'Y. I'
,etS at the First Christian the attendance priire. ,
IN CHAN;
won FI.I.811)
"i u follows: grade for this term are: Presl- the 100th anniversary of Bethlehem (the former Mrs. L. C. Smith) of ClCftY ..a.. .... 1.'- '
Officers Mrs. Church Sunday.Mr. Los Angeles, Calif. flothn, Vivian Kerr. Plaintiff vn.Jiimon : I
'! Morn-
School 10
a. m. Secretary
iy Green; Defendant.'
dent R. H. Tho m a. Kerr I
Forehlp 11 a. m. Evening Treasurer Mr*. J.,K.Aftear'the and Mrs Lois Newman, Can No. 6I>II, I AM A CANDIDATE ,
,
H. B. Crosby; dr, and Mrs. :Marcus Conner and Ok'.>ICR Of Pirmtr-ATIOI t
e.8 p. m. D 'Guard Your Card', AND" NOTICE TO AI'PKAR" FOR MAYOR !
refreshments Lem Brown attended the Union BTATHJ OF FUmmA InJamn
er Meeting each Wednesday meeting
business
the Social SecurityWorkers Thomas K..... whim. residence andadilroi OF STARKEAnd
8 p. m.ibyterian. were served by fat unknown:
M. D. Harrell. Mrs Are Told You are r aulrA. <1. to appear on
hostesses: Mrs. September 26, 1947, In she bovnamod If Elected
Church Wiggins Mrs. Uoyd day. Court and, ruu.., wh.rel ln f
Lawrence. and Mrs. L. A. Mott. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith of "Your social security card Is the Plaintiff .uk. illvorr Bradford A I Will Work For The Kent InterestsOf
tarry of Mr. Tlfraph shall (publish thliOrd
en at the First Presby- The next meeting will be hell Lake Butler were guests key to protection for you and. r In next four weekly Imiuii*, The People, And The Progress I
Church: :2 and all patron are and Mrs John Kelly Sunday. your family In your retirement at ; Wltncia my hand and official I
October tttU Auaunl Of Our Town.
of Florida
on Francis seal at mark,
Kelly
thelallowe'en Wanda and ? I II
'it for the of 69: or for your family ;
School plans age
; 9:45: a. m. to attend as Is. 1K4T.
urged Alachua this week with theirrrandgarenta. A. J. Thom.,. Will Appreciate Your Vote On ,
iln? Worship 11 o'clock; Carnival will bo made spent If you die at any age. Take care OFFICIAL SEAL>>
.
'
Mr and Mrs. John A* Cl.rk of ..ld Court.T.
."We reap according to our that time. of It. If you should lose It. apply Frank Landrum, Stnrk. Fla. September 9th. I
Special musical num. at- Kelly. for a free duplicate at any office Attya.: for Fir. '.99 41 5-I
of the WMU Blake Kelly of Jacksonville Ad !
next meeting of the Social Security
y Toung Ladies' The
Choir.'rtlnl church WedIne8day. the weekend with relatives !. (''I..lt l Comrt. Klablfc JadUlal CCN L. HOOVER
" welcome extended to wIU be held at the spent ministration. 'Irralt. In eeC far Hr.*f.r< c;....
'ices Sept. 10, at 3SD: o'clock. In our section. This Is the advice given to the r. Florida. I. <.......... I
ladles to Rosier Is visiting Karl W. Jlrlmm, Complainant..
r. J. W. Kaufman, Pastor.ark' We are"anxious for all Mrs. Omage public by Joe P. Verrl managerof Addle L. Brimmer Udendant.DIVOILCM. .
relatives In Raiford and Jacksonville the Gainesville Field Office of !'
attend. family TUB: STATS OF rLOHIDA TOl I
Mr. Onorlta Smith and this week. the agency. This office serves Addle 10. trimmer! II H 1111'.1. M.tt .
Episcopal Miami stopped last week In MrsOtis Crawford spent the Bradford County and Isi located al ,, Wa.hln.ton. D. C. It la h.r.tOrdtrad :,. YOU CAN FIND YOUR !
or visit while Lake Butler Saturday.Theressa. that :you are required In
for short day In 122 N. Garden- St. the lath dar of Mptamt <
on
ores Brooker appear
at St.
Mark's EpiscTVh. to JacklonvUle.Rev. statement Verrl A. D. 1147. b>fur. the abov.
Rev. S. W. Creasey, on their way T. B. pln ., . In a prepared endued Court to the Bill of Com- SCHOOL NEEDS at KOCH'Stee
.r: 'C. A. Crosby gave the following Information: plaint rued egrn.t you In th.
and Mrs. Rosa Plnholster Every worker In Industry and above styled: oau a, and the Brad
day: Sunday School 10 a. m.: holster meeting held social
should have one
the union commerce:
Communion attended
and Sermon 11
SaturdaY. card. If ho doe not already .
last security
at Raiford the big By Miss Eva MIle Trlest J'e w
enjoyed i have a card ne snouia OD-
'ys:: Short service and Bible Arthur Kelly vlalt- rIIN"r r TMA1 ..l
'.30 P.fRONG. M. Labor Day celebration while I taut one when he Is about to take utn-Fa1- I

relative wildwood. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Williamsand I a Job in Industry or commerce.

Inc. Mesa Mary AB em spent Dart or children of Yukon visited\ A worker's soclat security card
with relative'. J. O. record account
Mrs
week In Tampa Mrs. Williams1 niece. Identifies his wage
COMICSDifferent last Laramore of St. Sullivan Monday evening.Mr. with the Federal old-age and survivors

Petersburg to visiting Mr. and, Mr,. and Mrs. Jimmie' Gnann Insurance program and

Each. Week- Sowen: and Truman Dlckinsoij! of Auburn therefore aids In the'payment of -e =
Luther FCst.and cis RuBS and weekend guests of Mrs. old-are and survivors Insurance All
ATCH The Mr. and Mn. tll dale were CALL US
Happenings
and
of Lake Mr j. p. Dickinson.Mr. benefit that he had earned for

baby Mrs. Casey Atkinson or and Mrs. C. Sullivan and himself and his family and which -'*
and <
1 W. were weekend cue.tIof Mr. and Mrs. Berkhart attendedthe are based on this wage record. A .411

Tallahassee and Mrt. Vance RUM. Va Ion of the New River "To make sure that you and SERVICSPHONE 1

Mr. Dyal hall returned Association at Raiford Saturday your family will receive the maxi .

Mrs Metta visit with relatives In Miss Rut Slbley. Miss Oraoe mum benefits to which you may Note Book Covers, 2 and 3 ring .

from a Dickinson: and Miss Carlle Mae be entitled under the old-age and 150 2 3 and 4-hole fillers in ruled I
,
pompano. HardY and chil- survivors Insurance program you 11.
I Mrl. Dougla spent Monday end guests of their parents. Mr. should have only one social security plain or quadrille

i dren of Hampton with Mr. and M1e. El'I and Mrs. Lee Crosby. : card. If you have more STARKE TAXI SERVICE, Memorandum books .. -
.
I Mike Tilghmanand
afternoon Mr. end Mrs. lean one card the local Social I

don 11ardY'Mr. ( children and Junior Mott of Security Administration office will I Stenographer Note Books "r .., I
Marcus
Mr' sad weekend i
and the .
Mr. Gainesville spent assist you In determining which '

Wauchula were visiting lest weekend. with Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott. one) to use," Verrl concluded. IN CASE Of FIF\&' School Book Bags :tf,4e'. 'I

Y'1ltCtYjfle Lloyd Barry W. Annlce: Crosby of. Greens-
Mrs. O. Miss y i
Mrl.
ot Mr. and and relatives .9 Ilook Straps :. .
Guests weekend were boro wa visiting friends For stamp pods, stamp pad t
,
Barry during the Stone (lr I here during the weekend.Mr. Ink. rubber stamp, datera. numborrr '

' Mr. and Mrs.Mr. D. Vr Raymonl and Mrs. Henry Colman of MW The TELEGRAPH. Compares f. j

Rid!Where Tampa and Mrl. Gainesville were visiting Mr. and Protractors /
.U.ORD
Jacksonville. evader orirr. I
2kirtg Crews of .pent last Mrs. Luther Sowell Sunday. f'e Cnea'rs5LORiD.4e! I. C;...". ... .
Mott
you they have M. has returned
S. Hardee Erasers
Ibis-s. GalJlesvWe with Mr. Mrs Hettie f f>ft Vrarlton'p. Band.rnon. Plaintiff. .a. '

of Thursday In home after spending a few Th.T.... Od.lt Hand.r.on, l..,...d.n" WIU PRC6WPMM '
dlFTS from rind Mrs. Mike TllghmalMr. Layfieldof weeks In Miami with her daugh c.. N... 5955.oRSBK Pencil of all kind '
Herschel r1F PCALtCATION /f.9wrtit
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and Mr. weekend ter. Mrt. H. B. Robertson. Awn i VOTK-W: TO APPK! "R M A Fountain I'ens ; ,
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we r e of Jacksonvllle ___ .
Green FlyORIDA to: Th..lm.Od.1I n
Gainesville Madeline OF
Noonbott. Miss TATB ......... -==- CLEAN ONE .
( F. Mr and Mra. here with 5ander.nn. residence ..
defy Strong guests of spent the weekend heel, known la 1154 Klvardaje Air.,I - Ink in popular colors .

Headquarters : Mrs. sanford Rtteh her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dave tank.ra TOil ar,*New nulrd York.In appear on or WITH $P P.K. PIUC3CAR. r.J tX':\. Art Gum L. I :,
Mr. and In the STDK/ I. '
hue Green. before Haptembar Sttb 147. 173 ANOTItEK
In Jewelry of Calnesvllspent Monday Miss Louise Kelley has returned above named Court and cause. I FOR MAXIMUM E IO C Colored Chalk b' ;
and Mrs. 1. A. Brown. visit with relativesIn wherein plaintiff aeefca divorce and 1 FSF yES Ys
with Mr. home after a other rell". Bradford CountyTfbtraph
Large Selection of ),Irl. C. S. KeUey Is .pendln South Florida. no l .hall publish. this. Order I UT us HOP rows OOHThe Pen Holders and Pens ''I
her
.
4ft1onds and Mountings sometime In Valdosta with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tomlln.lOn.Mr. In WIII.U .four.. mr weekly hand leeiiee.and Aff1,,Ml,

:Bolrs. OI.la Prevatt and 1\f.... Cheater Andrews 8*.! al Ktarke. Fl.rlda, tale. litbat : Auto Fountain }
Est' sister spent the of New Au .." I 4T.OFFICIAL : KOGH-; DRUG! 'STOREErTEIBER M
Selection Tampa KeDey -
of Watches Ben Crosby of end Mrs. Maggie ( sEAL)>> A. 1. Thomaa, Madison &: Walnut St.
\nd Jewelry Gifts inStance here with reCtbY attended church services at A. .Clerk. of .ald Court. :
weekend of River Church here Sunday John J. Headerao. Can fit. A.....I Starke.J- Fla. J
Madeline ;; _
Miss cr- th. Baptist uallne, Florida, Attye. *' rtfir-
W. and MIMI Loul" Ids
Call Phone 153 aalllesvWe were w.ekby night. 1
or Daytona Beacb,

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URAI)FORD COUNTY TELBOKAPII 8TARKK. FLORID FKIPAV. fiEl'TgSIgI6
".\ EIGHT $,
I II

NOTICETo NOTICE i NOTICETo NOTICE oar ,l ) r 4. 4f w ,+ ; ,
t.
the citizens of Stark, Fla.: desire to announce to the
my f< How citizens. of Stark"' : To The Voters of Starke: V
I I wish to announce that I am a voters of Starke that I am a
Several week. ago I announced I am again offering you my candidate: for tho City Councilof candidate for the un expired term a 0 ,

my candidacy for the City Councilof time and services. on your City Starke. I have lived In our city of O. A. Monteith on the City

Starke I made tills decision Council and If'you see fit to return for the past 19 years and In Brad Council.

solely because of my interest in me to that office I faithfully ford County 28 yeara. I have Having been a resident of
reared and educated two children Starke for the past eleven year
and denim to do promise to do best for
economy my my your In this community, Edward and and a substantial taxpayer to the
what I could to help keep our interests and for our fair City of Lorraine Hartmann, who both City I am vitally Interested 1 In 0
.
Starke.As g
municipal expenses down HO that graduated from the Bradford our City Government, If ejected d

our taxes would not soar out ot most of you know I have County High School to the City Council, I pledge to
some time that Is not taken up Lorraine operated, and owned the voters my beat efforts for a
reason. I havo no "axe to grind"and with other matters and I knowof
the Lady Fair Beauty Shop until progressive and economical administration YOU
am not aligned with any an no way that I would rather her marriage. Edward now operates of the City Govern-
called clique or faction. If elected spend this time than !in trying to a door and window manu- ment. : ALWAYS LDESAT 1.e
I will lake my place on tho Council make Starke an attractive, progressive facturing company on Temple
Clt GET
The vote and support u: the .
free to do as I see fit for the anti economically operated Avenue. _l .
Izens of Starke la therefore solicited -
heat interests of our citizens and City: and to the realizationof I own and operate an apartment and will be greatlyappreciated. t. THE
taxpayers. I pledge. that I that ambition I very _
you pledge you my house on North Temple Avepue, UY
will do just that. time and most unxelfl&h' efforts. and being a first class mechanicand Florence B. BrownPd. THE BIGGEST VALUES EM
I have been unableto Your vote and kind words of encouragement
Although machinist with lot of timeon ( Pol. Adv. 2t 9-5)
see many of you personally, I will be most graciously my hand, I feel that I can be .. FIRESTONE OUR ENTIRE HISTORY
do not wAnt you to feel that :I appreciated,!, an asset to the city's organization.

valve your vote and support any Respectfully yours I[ Mill know when the city's ma- REAL ESTATE

)less. highly than those I have been Paul L. Bridges.I chinery needs repairing end whatIt List. your property for Hale

able toJee and talk with. I (Pd. Pol. Adv 2t 9-5: > will cost to repair It with me. I hate sold many
know' you realize It la impossible I Am Interested In the 1>roJrre sand pieces of and have
property
for a candidate to upend much welfare of our fair city as' many prospective buyers. A

time soliciting votes when hlnregi'lur THINK IT OVER I am a taxpayer and want to save square d'al. Is guarante A i ,
Job required. most of hlatt.ntlon. the city dollar that I possibly I
SAYS STRONG every fair commission Is all that I re- r rVirestonQ
.
can.I quire. Aa a member of the
I hope you will accept thin ma- want you citizens to know,I Realty Board you may be
gage .as" pprnnnal vlllit from me will appreciate your active support assured that I wlll representyou
and that you will help place me on and vote on election day: to the best J of my ability.

the Council by your vote next Respectfully yours N. D. W\JNWRJGIIT. JR. a
AI NEWSCASTER
Hartmann.Pd.
Tuesday. Realtort- Phone 134 Was
Sincerely, ( Pol. Adv., 2t. 9-0) js ers s5 J .. 8.93
Reg. 28.95 23'
4 James A, Lewis

(Pd. Pol. Adv,) Bounds as good as it looks! Fire PICK-UP CART.
[BEAUTIFY and PROTECT your HOME tubas. Including recta ., Has bit ten-inch
S tires that won't cut 8
NOTICE, WITH THE BEST Low as 1.2S a Week up lawn.

e Tn TM Citizens of Htaikn : ALUMINUM AWNINGS

Just a few worda to remind you

that I want to be your Mayor. FREE ESTIMATES CALL IN PERSONAT & I
I have made a ailerons of my own 94ccSeoled
SHOP OR WRITEWe (
business and I feel that I cnn to A t try

1 P make you a ,mayor that each one BeamHEADLIGHTS
k Also Do Mill Work Such Aa Window Framed, Screen
M of you will point with pride to
''t and not feel ashamed that you Windows And Doors. "'8 Cue Cypress Lumber In All EAT COVER&

voted for mo Our fork
I have everything that I have Reg.

YM4 Invested In' Starke and my Interest J b 'In your Intercut. My only wish Coupes
tt In to make Starke a bigger and |Box 215, Starke 1-4 AH. N. Starke Jax Highway!
better place to live in. Every: employee could not suceaafully Reg. 6.95 up 698
run bunlnoss If he
a were
t want each( one of you to know
v'1 that I will appreciate'' from thbottom e actually put In charge. I 588up For trncki. Mate
,
citizen could
Every not sue-
of my heart your vote on night driving euto,
emfully run your and my city
Sept 9.
government If he or'she were In VOTE For And RE-ELECT
Respectfully Your"
"' JaJte'r. Roberts* charge. t y (a :,M h; j ,i/lift.! Coaches Formerly Up To 1.19
\ Some are content to aee things .y;

\!\1'' TO THE VOTERS lowly drift along-:;: We "want action a z, and Sedans FLASHLIGHTS
; Let' grab a-hold of the

ri' OF STARKE oars and go upstream, Instead of Carl JohnsCITY Reg. 14.95 up

drifting: on down. .
.1: The majority of you citizens ot 88 75
V Starke want to lee progress and 12

be a part of it, to be represented it up
1 p ; c; v'Ip ,j as such. Iji 'With .....,/"

'1 A man who has actually guided Two-Sell. jrif-
CLERK Beautiful fatrtt and fiber covers with matching stanriated 'I\
s lt Ills business has the respect and cased .typ*. TIManility
leather trim Precision-tailored for fit. DonbU
perfect lockstitched
I good will of his fellowmen with t I I in 'T'I y
the fear of God In his heart should Treasurer Tax Assessor Arid seams for extra, strength. wsjtSave
tf t\\. ,
: be qualified to serve your Inte ...

, \, eats beat and represent you In Tax CollectorThe
.
, your city government.
' Ii HARLEY F. STRONG
your .
*1 jeweler and a with the TRADE IN
man above
',tW1 i qualifications. Is ready and willing duties.of the office that I now .bold GaM/ine. San row Molar I ,

I to serve and represent your Interests are such that it will be impossible for YOUR OLDVACUUM
( as your next City Councilman -
me to make a house-to-house canvass,*
: I I truthfully think that the citizens -

of Starke Fla.. want and soliciting; your vote. But if by chance I Fir ,$'one on This
t
; ,demand a change. Let' get out of BeautifulNew
1 the rut and go onward toward am unable to see you in person I ernestly
SPARK I
,,,,
I progress and stability. solicit your vote and support for reelection
A change this season Is a very
foi.ultO.J: FLYNN Jit. good reason to VOTE FOR to the office I now hold as your City PLUGS jirt.ont' ,
In the pant two weeks I have STRONG YOU CAN'T GO
tried to see an the qualified electors WRONG.Pd. Clerk. .
In Starke. I know I have ( Pol. Adv.) CLEANER
,
.
,
l missed! many of you and I would
like to take this opportunity to YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT

ask you for your vote and support $78.00
In the coming election. W.C.T.V. WILL BE SINCERELY APPRECIATED
I
\\(4( Starke la Just about like any ON SEPTEMBER 9th I .
other city In our country. The
I Alcohol-hi equally bail for the with!
. ante of has been 65c
men
group
run-
arteries of traffic and for the (Paid Political Adv.) oM
it nine It for your
years and I am one of
arteries of a human being-
'j.. the ones who realixa the dangers Vat.WttaueaaI.ed
of a one-group control of our city.
lIfi That la the main reason why I decided W
give mekr, easier starts or peer sons 'fUIII'II"' "
to enter the His 'lIew'"W1D4
J for
(I. Council. race City baokl. Xastaa thes ma* pta........ swift MV sUxttag avarrttatet : fettars that gives men'

<;; Now that the war la over and I. CtaBM .fat today. action, slums o.alck.TSCBUISMonroe sotbetter. aaronq
As One a
j Starke Is h*.itcd toward normal Back To SCHOOL eaa barl
'F i) time again feet 'that the time riP

has come to put the old clique out Makes Tough !obi Easy
11i and put some younger men In our
YOU ALWAYS GE 7 THfffST E
h,; City government The trend oftpwUing #AJlusto"
' younger men In office L..,"

>, /pias tieen going on all over the najtion BUy AT FfJtESTOHNow
and I feel sure that Starke I
CLOTHINGAnd
-Is going to join in this movement. WIEIC

.it", *my Many platform people: la have and asked I have me replied what I r You. Can Buy c|f.$f Oft t

. with one word HONESTY. If --
(f( I am elected to the City Council i DELUXE 1.95

: I will do my job In an honest way I 1 _$__
i
li and I feel) that this will more SHOES CHAMPIONS. ty,4 Meb IrS ooepU
i than make for G ,algae,tdf'
\ up any experience looking WNIIcll
{.; J mal lack. At Lowe Than wrench aII4 tonI' ,

t .Abotfa all, let's all go oat and For The Prices
I Vote September 9 and remember Nallonally FalllOUl
that A VOTE FOR FLYNN i CHECK THESE

WILL HELP HIM WIN. ,
(Paid Pol. Adv.) ENTIREFAMILY ( FEATURES!

I I A5 Up to 53% SHOCKm
NOTICETo PAY Stronger ABSORBERS

J I I'I W AS Up to oQ%
''I the voters of the City of LG Non-Skid Mor &.60

Starke: Angl.s .uL
liberty Z 5 a Up to 32% _1"1
I am taking the to remind Long.*
to you that the City Election eta Mileage
,1 for the City of Starke will be y/tatt till' the
,
j J.. h44! Tuesday. Sept. 9. Alan, I LIBERAL! TRADE-Ii o best te.\ar::

tP wish to remind you that I am a ALLOWANCE ,
t) candidate for the office of Clerk. I EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY AT THE absorber
!
.TreaF\e;, Tax collector and ;
Tax Assessor.

If elected. I promise faithful and I

courteous service. STAR STORE STARKE,
Firestone Home

Ipport.I will.appreciate your vote and I ,FLORIDA & Auto Supply.

a A. F\&tch I l i 00
Temple Are. 1.
II P. ROBERTS. J1.A.
i PoU Adv.), I Owner68 aTIRBEr
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