Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 12, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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\\etnicatty Grown Vines Supplyesh

Tomatoes For 3 Months

AMI attractive white, blue- BRThRD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

ered s.u\J,l home WM. on Dressed puttering in tradl-ound.turday. ._ !

garb of blue denim

raIlNad' surrounded by various Official County Publication Established In 1877
wch as axe and the i VOLCMN- : "- -- ..= ." I I9TARSE
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iu Iron MrSau1/ w?- _________-- -- ----_- ___m. _______ __ __ ._______". _c"" __ _.______.__ __. _
| work on the latent MI

?,S,)chemical experiment lr. Sauls gardening., T In'm just- an-- 'Whiskey Disposal j School Begins Record Breaking Vote Cast \'

11I'he'i." doing. all right. with Awaits DecisionOf New Term With

foot boxes. filled In ElectionLight
O Spirited City
Without earth h. ha
ced 00. plenty of cucumbers this Supreme CourtAn 1091 EnrollmentThat

an4 now has tomato plants,
middle of April over appeal by attorneys! for Albert Wall Elected
the Starke Is holding its wartime PromisedBy ] Mayor; Thornton
e taU, from roots to top. Hartmann was filed with tho population gains was again
Jw does It with a gray pow. Clerk of the Court last July 18 In indicated Monday when 1,091 students SaturdayL. Marshal; Johns Returned I

lull./ water. an effort to reclaim an amount of; jammed the corridors of To Clerk's PostTuesday's
on this one box the Saul liquor valued at several thousand Bradford elementary and high A.. (Cano\s chairman of

hive already enjoyed lus- dollars now being held by Sheriff school on the opening day of the the City Council, slated yesterday
u,tomatoes for three months, A. O. Andreu. The case will be 1947-43 term., The current enrollment that the new caution City Election devoid of clear-cut issues, but

lM tops of the bushes are reviewed by the Florida Supreme Is only 28 less than 194Vs light.; at the corner of North carrying more than its share of interest in "personalities",

flourishing and full of green Court. all-time high of 1,119, and la two Walnut and 10th Streets (Highway brought 756 voters swarming to the polls in a steady stream

"It looks like well have to. The liquor valued at $2,000 In less than last :year's total of 1093 16) will be In place notlater that kept clerks and t inspectors: busy handing out ballots

pel for three or four week the original complaint was confiscated Late enrollments will probably thurfSaturtlay noon. from 8 u. m. until sundown.

Ijr Souls stated. The con from Mr. Hartmann's send the figure even higher in The Council nwt briefly< The total vote cant represents 76 percent of the 996

Lnal type of garden-planted combined business and dwelling In succeeding weeks, it Is believed Thursday morning to CKnvaitNjthn qualified on the city's books and was the greatest ever polled I

[to vine bears for only about 1941. This year, Mr. Hartmann The new principal, C. S. Par- vote In Tueralay's rift-1 in the city's history, exceeding: by 162 the previous high
filed a complaint against Sheriff tin the large tlun and limited lnntnirtlona to :
1Dth In this climate. was Jullant over mark of 692 set in 1941. .
consists of a Andreu Judge E. K. Perryman,, enrollment. This year, 120 first the start committee and Bond
[ apparatus of sawdust Which con- and Prosecuting Officer T. F. Lan- graders carried pencil and paperto Trustees to go ahead with ptao-i Competition in Moat. of the races wait so close aa to
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and this tray Is drum asking that the defendantsbe school for the first time. Ing tho IlKht. It was stated| : keep the outcome In doubt for ,,
ordered to that thlM could be lone several hours, and not until the
id over a water tight wooden return the liquor. September 4 was registration by nwmi
Bled with the solution. The Sauls said, ". can fix about everything The complaint stated that Mr. day, and the following MondayRaw Saturday. j tabulating was completed around

of the plants are suspended .' I've been at It all my life." Hartmann had purchased the the students prepared to begin 2 o'clock Wednesday, morning
j liquor for business in anticipation the first day of school with a could the winners sigh' with relief
chemical and from It re- And he has, too. Mr..Sable, a purposes (
the food for growth. resident of Starke since 1933, has of the county becoming bang Registration was to be ,
wet. Once it determined that schedules were to be 66442.90 In The "fortunate' ,
ally anything will grow completed over 43 years with the was completed, few" selected
I. boxes," grinned Mr. Sauls Seaboard Railroad. He started the county would remain dry, he worked out, and books were to from the large field were: Harold

i stood by his pet hobby. building bridges with Seaboard in had made arrangements for transferring be issued Principal Fartln wasa Vet Bonds CashedVeteran's C. Wall for Mayor; Paul L.

of these tomatoes grew 1904, and now he Is a foreman thn liquor to an Ocala busy man. llrldges and Levy A, Canova for
t a foot a week. And the I and still building bridges.He dealer It was said The complaintant The opening 1047-48 term sawa Councilmen (1: years); C. A.
ben came up In three days." la planning to retire the latter further asked that the "defen lot of new faces and new ponltlons. terminal leave bonds Knight, councilman (unexplred !
I dants be restrained from A familiar face In a new
iked If It wasn't a prettyJob part of this year and settle destroying valued at $$66,442.00 have been one-year term); W. E. Thornton.
figuring out the I down for some rea\ farming-six the liquor," and for "other ; Job wall that of Mrs. Grace Oa- cashed here In the week begin- Chief of Police; and Carl Johns

cai 1 gardening. details Mr. more boxes worth. Just and equitable relief"This : borne. A school l supervisor fulfill last ning Tuesday, September 2, re- City Clerk.
complaint was dismissedby year, she has moved on to ported W. B. Sewell president of
the Circuit Court In Gaines the place as Elementary School 1 1k 1rh Tabulation of the vote was as
the Florida Bank at Stnrke. The
Football Butler YouthsIn ville on July 1. The appeal was' Principal in the growing school total number of bonds cashed follows:
st t filed to protest tills decision on system. were 313. For Mayor
July 13 The responsibilities of the school > Harold C Wall -- 315J.
The liquor claimed by Mr. Hart rest most heavily on the shoulders The bill enabling veterans to P. Roberta 2flA
26 Bank cash their bonds, beginning September -. r'
e Sept. RobberyTwo mann is part of the 125 to 150 of Principal J;>artln. This summer 2, was passed In the last' ''NtN ,u I tai for) L. Hoover -- 146
cases of bonded whiskey that has he received his Master's degree For Alderman Two Tear,
Congress over the protest of the
jti tough, but. I'm not die Lake Butler youths were been confiscated over a period of in education from the Unit! Treasury Department It was believed Mayor-Elect Wall Paul L. Bridges-357 '
captured, one seriously wounded, time by the sheriff's office and I verslty of Florida Last year he Levy A C n.va- It> w t'.
commented Tornado that the cashing a great
|aged, when they attempted to burglarize stored in the courthouse. The served as principal of the P. K. number of bonds would hasten Jams A. L i Carson Geiger as he re- value of the entire hoard has been Yonge school In Gainesville.The B. i i iI :
the Cedar Key State Bank on I the trend to Inflation. > Flynn, Jr. J31
I toll year's football sched-- September 8. Vernal M. Moody,' estimated at $7,000. Last March physical education programIs ActiveMiss Starke merchants said that the Andrews Appeals Albert A. fUrtmann 110 I !!

("We'U have a scrappy squad": 23, was shot In the head neck,' the Board of County Commissioners broadened this year.added to 66 thousand dollar Influx created Tfarisy F. Strong r 75 I
and when he proposed to sponsor a legislative Louise Beyers was Fur AM naM Ojw year
Uled. stomach attemptedto the had little ,
escape from Marshall B. T. act giving it the power to the facility as director .of the elementary by bond-cashing To Supreme Carl 4. KnlgM. -"',334, { I
acknowl- Immediate effect on trade. The Court
the acti
referring .ale to school's supervised
Warren of. Cedar dispose of the liquor by Florence! B.( '
I rugged schedule facing the Key. Aubrey parties outside of the county. The 'vities. Miss Beers graduated last dry goods, auto, supply, and hardware B.,,H. JlmlUljIJ.Frown 14t"r .
Adams Ii. _
Tornado grldders thiAmong' 26. was captured several .Stet dws and believe It stores were the only concerns ) 'itedrlw. C' .1l'MM, ''I
ky local "Altorft! rfor Knftbrph ljlri
... hours later after'' being', tracked action was so protested year from \M..II'I""I: )
the fArm4dabla!! ."opiU bloodhounds. f 'dry forces that,the Board Withdrew 'or not. her favorite hobby Is In town that noticed an sentenced to life !mprvonmM$ >t W. >B. Thornton -....8B3 I I
will be Gainesville, Pa- by Its sponsorship but the act sports. appreciable Increase In business. for the fatal shooting 41f his Ben C. Holtwndorf' \ 283 I
kudKetterlinus Nigh I of St :Moody was taken to the Alachua was passed anyway Another new face in the faculty Joe> B. Wilson, wartime County brother-In-law, Carlyle flitch, filed Raft V. AtvsrM 10*

JIB. County Hospital where he Is not Judge A. Z. Adklns stated last Is that of Mrs' Ruby Craft, Finance Chairman, stated that a notice of appeal with the Ala for City Oarll'I,

i the diplomas were handed expected to live while Adams Is April that he had no "authorityto teacher of home economics. She 'If a veteran can hold bis bonds chua County Clerk of the Courton \ Carl John -422 4 I J

Jut t Spring ,the school lost 18 being held in Bronson. Both men Issue a court order to "dump"the taught in Illinois last year, but It's the best thing to do. In addition August T. Andrews will be a, A. Futch 81* f

124 letter mea on the 'squad, were to be charged with attempted liquor because convictions now she's commuting from Gainesville to the rate of Interest confined to the Stat. Prison Farm Starke' m.yor-eleClt. who> will I
bank robbery. the her husband Is workIng which the bond draw the money until the Florida. Court
11 of these were flrst-strlnc- were never obtained by county where Supreme take over the raise on October 1 1
"We're hampered this year by Marshall Warren surprised the In any of the liquor cages Involved. on his Master's In forestry. will be worth much more five years reviews the finding", of the Circuit from Incumbent Chas. A. Darby '

of experience and smatlness two men early I In the morning Nor must. we Ignore the local I from now when the present high Court. who was not a candidate for reelection

lie," said the Coach. "We'll after residents had reported a Sheriff Andreu remains whereto citizens who were enticed by the I prices have retreated." State's Attorney T B. Duncan la no unfamiliar figure

1 f need the backing of flitpeople. "funny light In the bank." He has been for several years-In sound of the school bell. There I stated that the appeal process In the City Hall having served] 1

." arrested Adams, who was outside possession of an estimated 7.00O Is Mrs Mona Canova to be foundIn ,Rites Held Tuesday takes "from nine montps to a two terms In this capacity back I
lookout, and then went inside for worth of liquor which he can the music room Miss Delia year." ,ln/ the 111 O's. .Mayor-elect Wall .
138 t robust aspirants for the 1 For Mrs. Lawson
Moody. Moody, who had been or sell. teaching commercial returned to
neither destroy, give away Rosenberg Andrews was found "gxillty of Starke several months I
[itrinf, eleven of Bradford'sTornado. using an acetylene torch on the Ultimate decision In the matter subjects and Mrs. Idalou Smith Mr- f*. Zula C. Lawson, died Sat- murder Mo the first degr.." with e"o'" after a period of tea year*

i ..) have been put- bank vault, attempted to escape will await the outcome of the holding sway In the history and urday at her home near Starke a recommendation of mercy! last( during which h. served as director -

their all Into afternoon pray and was shot. During the gun Hartmann suit.Starke social studies department. following a brief Illness. She was July. At that time, a motion for oC the Florida Industrial Com-
for three weeks and '..withremaining play, Adams fled. A posse of So the Bradford school Is rollIng born In Stewart County da., and a new trial was denied by JudgeA. mission until being called to active I,
ISO men captured him, In a near along with almost a full a lifelong member of the Z. Adklns. Army service at the outbreak !
weeks to whip by house. On Federal house. And to prove It, here are was of World War It. He Is still actively
Church. The shooting took place on
elveg in shape they are,hard for two '
to officers, both men comparative: figures husband associated with the Florida
rk. According of (Surviving are her June 14 at Santa Fe Lake.
have criminal records and were years. They show an increase Henry O. Lawson: nine children, National Guard and, has Jus)
inounced .Tuesday by Coach free on bond under auto theft Designated RouteAnother students in the first nine grades Miss Eunice Lawson of Starke, been promoted to' the rank of f i

M to be played In.'Starke., attempted. burglary pccurred. Enrollment first six grades: dale, Mrs Dave Swindell, Lake- 1 Canned This Year izatloo.
|complete schedule hi fol- boost for Starke was 1947, 622. (
as 946 623: land. Mrs.. A. B. Woodham. Jacksonville Councilman Canova, local: busings -
Dr. J. P. TomlinsonDies seen Inc the!! announcement this Grades 7 through 9: 1940, ZOS< ; Henry A., Marvin L., Bradford: Oountlann ore losing man, and Bridges retired
!ember week by F. Elgin Baylesx. chair* 241.Grades. in the thrift business, the railroad man
26 Newberry, here. 1947.. Ewell, ,and James Thomas Lawson ground are Incumbent. on
tour 3 .... Lake Butler, there. In Lakeland man of the State Road Department 10 through 12: 1946,' allot Starke, and William community canning plant reportedthis the> Council and will begin new
tuber that the newly designated 260; 1947, 228. M. Lawson Of Auburndale; four week. Director V. ft. Ferguson two-year term In' October
10 Ketterlinus High J. P Tomlinson, 73, well- U. 8. route 301 will follow# State enrollment; 1946. 1093;
Dr. Total brothers Swift Cannlngton/ of said that l ,li.2 cans were Couflcllman-el Knight, longa
I. Augustine), here. known resident of Starke and Highway 200 through Starke. I 1947, 1091.Increased. Cuthbert Ga., Ltwnza L Can processed In a one-year period familiar figure In county] politics I

ftober 17 Gainesville, there. Lake Butler, died Sunday at his Thus, for the first time In Its nlngton D'on.ldlloDvllle, Ga, from June 1949 through June where h. has served for

bier 24 Monticello here. home in Lake Wales after practicing history Starke will find Itself on PlantingOf Charles H. Cannln/cton./ Lumpkln, 1947. Last year In the same per many years .. tax collector has

tuber' 31 medicine In Florida since a Federally designated highway, Ga., and Arnold Lee Cannlngton, iod 18,222 cans were. pro ....I. also previously served on the City '
Palatka here. of
1889. He graduated from Emory' A sharp Increase In the amount Blue Lupine Georgetown. Ga.; three. sisters, The drop In canning pUnt use, governing body,
amber 7 St. Leo (Dade Medical School and practiced here I tourist travel through here Is expected Seen This Fall Mrs. Ella House, Georgetown, G., Mr. Ferguson believes, I III due to Marshall-elect Thornton Is a

t ty), here. for a number of years before moving as a result of the deiHgnatton. 4-. Mrs. Kstelle Day Rufala, Ala., and the Increased number ttt prod' king-time fixture on the police

ember 14 Trenton, here. to Lak Wales 27 years ago. which was effective Sept. County Agent T. K. McClane,, 101.... Leon Crawford, Lumpkln, ucta on the grocery allel",.. Last force, having served as patrolman
tmber 21 Lake City, He was a member of the Bap- U. S. '301 Is the most direct Jr. stated yesterday that Brad Ga. year he estimated that 40 percent for more than 20 )'It.r., and
reo tist Church, a Mason Shriner, and route from Baltimore to Tampa ford County farmers would plant Funeral services were held of the plant's clients were should experience no difficulty In
charter member of the Lake I and Richmond Is the only large It from 300 to 400 acres of Blue Lupine Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clockIn from Starke proper, while this' assuming his new responsibilities
ember 26 home game to Wales Kiwanis Club. Active [city It approaches enroute. this fall. This Is a comparatively the First Baptist Church with year only "five or ten percentwere as chief when Incumbent A. L. Al-
1 Calla- .
filled. politically, he served for many follows State 200 through new winter legume that has the Rev.. L. D. Halnes and the I from Starke. I varns retires October I,

"tried to make a good .years as Democratic committeeman han. Starke. Waldo, and on south been grown about seven years In Rev. Herman Collins of Auburn- Of this year's output, 4,093 I, City Clerk Carl Johns, reelectedfor

We." stated the football for his district. to Tampa. Florida with some plantings In dale officiating. Interment was were No. 3 cans containing. a pint, another two-year-term has i

!h "It's better to play good He is survived by his wife Mrs Bradford County .for tbe past two In Crosby Lake Cemetery. an4 8,449 were No. 8 cans hold. served In this capacity for the rl

f rather than weak ones. Wells Tomlinson; two sons, Gassett Brothers or three years. Ing a quart. Eleven cans were put 15 )'ears.

F,.e'U give them plenty of Mary Dr. J. Pitt Tomlinson, Jr., of,, Over Store "Growers should pUnt lupine. Wall PromotedIn No. 10'.. Not Included In this That women candidates are becoming
Lake Wales, and Laurie W. Tom-, Take If possible,. before October 13th" group are 8,985 cans processedIn more of a force to' be '

Ich GeIger, who received his linson of Jacksonville; one brother, 1 20 years of continuous Mr. McCUne said, "as early plantIngs National Guard July and August of thin. year. reckoned with In City' politics I.,
i After
from Baxley, Ga.; businessin have consistently produced The canning business. Is not was Indicated by the total of 224
da In the University of Lloyd Tomlinson B. Fender and 'service In the> hardware'announced better crops. un. seed should be; Harold C. Wall of Starke has confined to the weaker .... Of balots cast for Mrs. Brown the I
J. Oassett :
1941. Is sitters, .
on Starke
'fourth embarking two both of Val- fate well-Inoculated and planted at the received his promotion from major the new patrons this year 272 high mark set thus far by a .'' t
year-as coach for Mrs. H. C. Johnston, 'this' week Chat he was "steppingdown" to lieutenant colonel in the
"and dosta. held the that has peen fertilized with about Florida National Guard efectlve. of 206 represented the men The seen around the City Hall
services were and Coolldg., who purchased 40O pounds of ( 4.10 per acre. Sept. ft. Notification was made As a result of the vegetable season TuMiday night was almost U a
iv In and are pow
at 4 o'clock weeks ago W.
era License. Tuesday afternoon of Lake store two I The plant will manufacture Its by Adjutant General Mark the plant's' heaviest month colorful:; as that presented by a

ea Lgg the First Baptist Church the Lake I In full chargs.Cassetts handle a line of :own nltrogtn. The earlier' lupine Governor was last June when 6,499 cans county primary. A tense throng
Wales. Burial was In The Venetian ,la planted the earlier It may be were processed No. 2 and No. 3 of, spectators crowded around. the
PPTOxtmately Wales Cemetery. hardware furniture In making turned under to make way for the Lt. Col. Wall has had 24 yearsof cans were almost evenly dividedIn tally sheets until the last ballot
looo 'driver'shave
plan specialize : 6
blinds, sn4, commissioned service, with
this month. Now with. the was scored at 2 a. m-
County Judge been E.sold K.Perry-hen to Calling All Scouts! marine.plywood fishing boats.CARD :[,spring"'No'retOrct.crops. are available for 1-3 years, of active duty In will World not vegetable season over, the plant Unusual Interest was arousedduel

[Bradford County" Mr. MeClane War II. The promotion has turned attention to the canning to the fact that every office
jounced late Wednesday OF p11ANilSwe 1ChLef'
The Troop 70, Boy Scouts of America thank each one added, "but corn following lupine change his assignment which of meats. on the ticket was closely contest .
date wish
Service! Sec-
1947 expiration win resume regular meetings'starting recent has approximately\ doubled la of tbe Selective Mr. Ferguson stated that the .4. Usually In city elections one ,
permit is 1. at assisted 'us In our Staff. I
. October Sept ,13.: who tlon of the Florida State will I .
' normal sale for the month Monday, HaU. bereavesient. In which we lost our yield In Northwest Florida. canning plant not tw open or more poets go uneontested.GJETA I''
o'clock In the Legion from now on except by appoint-
mber Is over 3.00O. which 7:30 Scoutmaster K. T. Shun urges father, and for the kind words NOTICE :Telegraph Late m.Dt."We'l take care of everything CERTIFICATEV. : n
and the I
old of the permits an members to be present at this of sympathy Ancel. TuUle, H. A. Bishop, owner of the there Is to can" lie said R. Ferguson. VHS vocationsi
sea void.before the 1947 license Important first meeting, and also flowers.-(ilffned Norman.) Mrs. W, T. Starke Telephone Co., requeststhat Because of a machinery breakdown "but appointment must bo made." ( agriculture teacher, was among

* -ho invites any newcomers who wish and Leroy Hubbard. Mrs. I IJ' all patrons who desire "com necessitating having to have The facilities of the plant are he 609 persona awarded teach t
wait until after Oc- Tlllls, Mrs. Marvin printed out of town, free for the of all In the certificate
1 to to Join the Troop. Mathews, Mr. Homer i I mon battery" telephones, or new the Telegraph InC f y tile State Department -
** purchase: their driver'sj "Let's start the year off right W. Mr*. HarveyE4: 1 phone |asUII.d, pleas contact this week's Issue will reach our 'County. There Is only] a nominal of Krtivoatton. during UM.
and .
j fee either nave to pay an a-perfect attendance, SUarms I his otYlcev He is ..be".l IIe a subscribers several hour later. 'charge to cover the cost of cans. month of August.
. drtyer'a I <* one Better;: or> under. wHh SaouUnasUr< stated-, ward > II I compute) new list. j than usual.
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J7 Bradford County Telegraph I and the sweater girl came into I ets." ; STATE, WhoRe OF r"rlcnloArtACook .wenc o.'

PAGES FROM OUR PAST being, leaving the flatchestedgirls pect Street, KeYP"rt, I k to
won'tdim You
traUlng behind. Now we go Famous last words-If he are required tf'Vnamed J'r
ESTABLISHED 1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNKR-EDITOH .October 8, 1947. "..
to long dresses again. What are his I won't dim mine. Court nl! 1" *bi
Publfetind Every Friday and Entered a* Second Compiled By Buddy Davis and E Strong. we to expect next? When will the Readers DIgest.IN County plain tiff Telegraph eeeka dlvor.e1e''II"
ClaN Matter at the Pont Office at Starke, Fla And preparations are being style be best for me? I haven't Order In next tour shall"'. Ublbh,
R\ 60 YEARS AGO made to open a bank In Starkeat come to it yet but I'm still push seal Witness at Starke my, hand.kly an4 thu
(From the August 27, 1887, Issue once. Fifty thousand dollars ing onward and I guess if I buy anew tember I. 19f7. rIorld.., thle or
MEMBERBubHcrlptlon / 1947 of The Starke Telegraph) dress this winter It will belong CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD (OFFICIAL SEAL)
capital stock has been gatheredby I A. J
STARKE WINS TUB E. Strong, S,'J. Sternburg, J. but if it stays that way it Py Lucille C. Conner Court.J. .
$2 Annually 81.10 For Six Month ELECTION The County O. Alvarez, W. E. Davis, J. M. will fool me. I agree with the Cook Katherine Def.Cook ndant.,PUBI4CATIONt0.Plaintiff :vs. Carl Jacksonville. S Harrison,Fla taw. EXlhanl.D :
CommlsHtoners canvassed the Johns and others. fellow who said that the new ORDER OF Atty. for P\f.
COMINGYou vote In Lake Butler, announced 9.6 11
Starke as the county Beat, and
probably haven't noticed it yet, but on September ordered the sheriff to move the (From the September 1, 1022,
4 a new highway came into Starke. records to Starke. It took 20 issue).
+ It's called U. S. 301-the first U. S. highway that our hours, because of the bad roads The Editor Say* A landmarkthat NOde
' city has ever seen. and it is a direct route from Baltimore and sick mules, to bring: the I we can well do without Is ARE MORE
to Tampa. The newly designated U. S. 301 is routed by courthouse safe to Starke whereIt the old Jail: get rid of the old THERE

Callahan, Baldwin Starke, Waldo and right on South. The now resides In the "Red Men's eyesore-while a number of com-

fact that it's just an old road with a new name doesn't minimize Hall. panies have been organized to
the benefits that Starke will derive from Its designa Said the Telegraph about the bore for oil In this state, so far at
tion. This route avoids Jacksonville's congestion and i Is election: "The Starke party known there has not been any oil
with tourists from the Eastern seized the momentous opportunity brought to the surface.
destined to be popular '
of bringing almost the entire vote Warned the WCTU column-if HOME
Seaboard. of the colored element In the the 18th amendment la ever repealed -
Now that strangers will be coming through our townin county to its aide of the question it will be because the HOSPITALIIi

ever-increasing droves, it is a good time to put ourselves It Is creditable to the colored people women fall In their privilege and e
In the shoes of a visitor from out of state. What kind of: that they responded so duty to vote.

town would you like to eat lunch in, spend the night in, or promptly to the appeals The The Starke community kitchen
'' even loaf around in for several weeks if you were a tourist? Starke party certainly has great has proven a great conveniencethis

F Now is the time to examine critically, the highway ap- reason to feel kindly toward its year. Those canning last
colored friends, who, came to its month were Mrs. J. R. Davis, Mrs.
to town the need for caution lights stop signs, and<
proaches rescue so swiftly! / that it was enabled O. W. Alderman, Mrs. Geo. C. i
better directional markers through our city. Also our need to sweep the field on eJection White.

for more clean and attractive tourist homes, tourist cabins, day and bear off the palm." Personals

and hotels.It The election victory I I. cele- I' "Mrs. J. M. Alvarez spent several -
has long been indicated that Starke can have its fair brated by "Jolly boys" who traveled days In' Jacksonville last f

share of the tourist trade but if you're going to catch the to Lawtey but the correspondent week. ,

fish, you must first bait the hook. complains "Singing was alright "Dr. E. L. Biggs has returned cty
t Then too, there's the matter of keeping our more "per- and we like to see the boys home after a stay of several weeksIn
"t manent" residents happy and satisfied. In spite of the clos- have their fun but they ought the North.
not to fire off their pistols in our "Mrs. O. L. Haynes and children -
ing of Cecil Field, the town is still beseiged with Navyper "
;+ sonnet looking for suitable housing but reports are that they; streets. Sara Hope and Georgia are
I City news: Mrs.
frequently find rents too high for places that are sadly in expected home next week.
"See advt. of our fruit tree has been in Falrburn Qa.,
need of paint or repair, and some without even the necessary; agent, George A. Gardiner. because of the death of her
household furnishings.It "Who will be the first to makea father."
is also reported that a well-known business concern move toward a 200 room hotelIn Quipped the Methodist Church Y
would consider moving one of its shops to Starke, with possibly Starke? "Better endure a little heat in x r
i a hundred families brought here, if clean and attractive "Mr. J. C. Wills, Jr., has started Church than more later on."
accommodations were available at a reasonable rent. a silk hat craze, and ere long "A. E. Wall has had a sidewalk
At ha* been so often said in the past, the watchword the town will be full of them. laid in front of his residence on

for this fall will be: clean up, paint up and refurnish your "Our young people had a very E. Call St. Many other property
' rental property, and reduce the rent if complaints indicate I jolly time on Wednesday evening, owners should follow Mr. Wall's ;, i
,at what they call a straw ride.
that too high. This might "expensive" example.
you arc seem an pro- A
This[ was a new and novel performance -
cedure for the landlord at first, but as a long-range policy and caused great mer- "The Woman's Club Is pleasedto

it is sure to pay big dividends, both to the individual and riment. welcome the following new
members; Misses Hilda Struth
community. "The Red Men's hall makes as
.. Kate Struth, Aileen Alvarez and
good; a courthouse as the County
iT Colson.
has ever had and fully as large. Evelyn *
.} Longer Wear "Telfair Long left Saturday for
I There will be no necessity for
I Chicago, where he will enter Ar-
% Through Expert Repair building a courthouse for several
I years." mour's School of Technology. t d rta
e NEW LIFE FOR OLD SHOES The co-partnership of J. M. The Bradford County School ; %.' 41 41p A 3tt'k
Truby and W. Ellery Davis Is''will open Monday with 300 students -
BIGGS & BAKER dissolved and the business is continued enrolled. Sixty-six of these

' by Truby, S. J. Sternburg, I ire high school students.
105 W. Call St. Starke, Fla.
} length the same way about the ya't kt r i

t One Woman'sOpinion knee, but when they get them .yq M1 .
down on, the calf they will ha.vethe /
knee all covered up and the .. e,'
ankle all showing. A min won't Tr
i feel like he's sneaking a peek at i 1iE
By BWee Rosa anything." ,

I've come to the fond conclu-

After letting my husband baskIn sion that If you live long enough,
his glory for a week now, I am you're bound to be In style at

I back. It was worth It to see the one time or the other. In the gay PLEASE return

way he enjoyed the compliments nineties It was long dresses and empty tattles promptly 4tk for it either way .bath/
hour glass shapes. In the roaring
and everything. But he said writIng -
a column was harder than a twenties you had to be flat-chest- trade-marks mean the lame thing
day'. work. ed and have pretty knees. Cloche
I I Fred did the nicest thing a husband brim hats were the style. I well
I could do about my having to remember a brown
wear glasses when I read, writeor my mother had. All you could lee STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
sew. He said I looked very were her eyes, nose and chin. In
the thirties the dresses were long 09947 ns c.c: CooI'm
pretty and they made me look
h younger. Really I know I look
' I like a school marm but doesn't
& Portable
Shop : 1.:
ft\N It sound good when they tell
Weldin Let Our Staff of

Facilities If'If"\ -'" H ,'12'Electric \ ),Experienced, Skilled something think that like after that all you Make may look you "REDDy to take af that *R
Prompt Service :Machinists H that way to them and that'i ,
Welder< Serve Your what women want to be to their

We Are "* NX. Meeds.' uisbands. All those woaderful things yea haven't your'sppIUnee dealer BOW In a ritlag U J..,
ExptrU #, 7f, fc been able to gel<-thoee werk-savtaf,life If.'.all set to help yea bring your eleclrl,
They are Just going to have to
laID, eleetrte "helpers'* you promised '"1I. _?" up to date.See him tod jf- nJ
ZIP WELDING/ MACHINE WORKS move the ball field -or I'm going
to have to move.' The other day NmneU for after the war-are reaching get Mt for Better living-EIeCLrkSByle I

Phone 12 Macclenny, Fla. Box 151 the Red Sox were playing and I e
was slicing green tomatoes to
try. Everybody started shouting
and I was trying to see from my e
[Expert UPHOLSTERING window and ended up slicing tomatoes -
in a pan of dishwater sit

t SLIP COVERS VENETIAN BLINDS. ting near byl agnes
Iw.oR *
: MATTRESSES, New and Renovated CANVAS 1
', Nothing has stirred up so much I
o'. AWNINGS Complete or Recover fuss since the Atomic bomb aa has s_
I 'J., the new skirt length. I have ; -
j'l Drop Us A Card And We Will Be Glad I watched the paper every day and -

t l To Give You An Estimate not a single one has gone by without aec"ur.ra xUr.e
an article concerning It. I'm
; just wondering If all the fuss Is
t McGriff f Brothers for nothing or If the fighters will \

give up and wear the long skirts

. I','; (Gainesville Corner South Oak and East :McCormIck| anyhow. It'. a good battle from
ilk where I stand. 1
P. O. Box 549 Phone 1031 I guess long skirts are all right

i i If you like them and -they are
.. becoming to you, and U you have =' iijir
= the money to buy all new clothes tIIDOY ,;;t.
i! REASONABLEcharges and nonchalantly toss the old ones _

, 1 away. Fortunately, you can, wear itILOWAn
attended with the finest of'i' your short furs right on (so I've Yule .I..4 k As.alMore
sincere Serving bring to us the friendship read). I could afford a new fur e
, 'i'. of the great communities which about as easily as the dresses
we serve Frankly I don't like.the long d
engths. I have a well-founded -
.. eason. Being five six and weighing
: my top weight now, one hun-
dred sixteen, I have a lot of rea-
DEWITT C. JONES sons. In a long dress I am one .aeesres. r
rasa.wen .
AMBULANCE SERVICE! of those who will look about six r. r
feet tall and three Inches wide. '"sae Y r e.M -
Funeral Director However, the long dresses do look
STARKE PHONE TOur very becoming to some. I saw
Dot Sale with one on the other
local funeral home enables us to day and she looked very good.
offer conveniences and services not Aa on. man put It: "When the
otherwise available.We women wore their dresses to the
ankle the man thought he was
furnish the hi.he.i type service at the lowest price Id seeing something If he'saw a minnitit n m clum_ p, ,
accept ANT life Insuiwe policy In force Issued by ANT com Irl's ankle, and with'the shorter
M11'', as paym.ot Ia put 01' In fun Oft a fuuer.a eoa.uItaUon -- 4
.me.. 110 ohtlgaUca For tamp pads, stamp p 4 fIt
ink rubber stamp. Oaten, turn- YOUR ELI 6 TIM II APP"IAN'arrArcI: -J11
rams see U* T>crXOWU. ;


: II


r "I I let bors the tore chickens the fence out, down and or ILl orKln. They left homo have a tonsllectomy operation In ..
or they too
after 10:00:
River would have burned. a. m. and everythingwas the near future. We wish him a
eW all right then. .
It Is thought speedy recovery
BRIDGE I IBY Mrs. Lester Johns, Emory's that there was possibly a shortage I
LONG Monday night Mrs. Tho P. Here's how big enjoyment will be
ASD mother, went out on her front in the wiring. Granger entertained a large crowd your Yes In addition to giving
JrHlle Ice lAzenby I porch, after dinner to rest and Mr. ant) Mrs. Johns had workeda
who had
all the Car
gone over to meet her you Blg advantages
: she smelled something burningso long time to get their home as new daughter-in-law, Mrs. Oscar and here's how small your cost I .
described here
HOMK Bhe went back in her kitchento they wanted it. It was just about Gibson.
DRY 1ED( examine and found that there completed in most details. They th new 1947 Chevrolet
BY FIRE was nothing burning there. This had their electric lights, electric] Mr. and Mrs T. H Sheppardhave BIG CAR QUALITY saves you money on all.
Mr. and Mrs. Emory happened 2 or 3 times she rage.-electric installed a new gas rangein
sunday BO pump etc., heater their kitchen items of purchase price rAT
and a hot water
visiting: with Mrs finally decided it waa at Mrs. and many other appliances. They
were heater In their bath LOWEST and
i COST upkeep-
room. operation
Mrs Joel Alvares.IIIttlme Rouse, her nlece's house, nearby, had finished< the outside with
mother were for Mrs. Rouse had burned some grey-white slate shingles] and the Mr. and Mm. Meadows Anderson gives you BIG-CAR QUALITY

after their dinner house they waa train, earlier. But somehow Mrs. interior was painted in various and family Mr. and Mr. Carl AT LOWEST COST!

--Wed that rush.bome Johns became more and more uneasy pastel colors. Too, they had fur. Thomas and family Mr. and Mrs.
fed to the ground. They too late. and sent her grandson, Bl- fished the home In new furniture, Bill Banks of Lake Butler, and
but It wa there andto bert Nettles, who was riding him including a new mahogany dining Mr. and Mr. Thos. P. Granger,

M neighbors got chairs bicycle] by her house, down to see room unite. and a mahogany bedroom enjoyed a nice picnic at Crosby
save -ven .the on about his uncle's house Mrs.! suit. Lake Sunday.Mr. .

Uorch-it The was smokehouse too hot and they and Johns knew that Emory and, his Shower Saturday Night II and Mrs Albert] Moody and

d I not. burned too. Neigh- wife were gone and she thought The people in the community i son, Mrs. Chester Moody and
den hOuse perhaps that burning odor was are planning] a miscellaneous children and Uncle, Alex Flaley, M
really coming from there Elbert shower for them Saturday evening' enjoyed a nice outing at Hampton

ran down, Airs. Johns was watch- beginning at 7.00 o'clock at the, Beach Sunday afternoon. Supperwas
Ing him and when he turned around Long Bridge Christian Church. paten out there and then t

she knew something was Everyone la Invited, but no written I they came by Starke and enjoy

wrong. She summoned help, but Invitations are being sent out. ed a movie. ,, "r
when they got there the house Anything that can be used In Meadows Anderson says he
wi3 'ready to l. lln and nothingwas housekeeping and cooking will be doesn't have much time at home
saved. appreciated. now for "they keep me busy ;04 I Iy

.Th"y can't account for the fire BENNKTT-GIBSON tractoring." He has a tractor t
Dependable I and decided he'd do a few little
Mr. and Mrs. Redden Bennett of odd jobs around after he "laid I I.lyleIeading
I Homerville, Ga., announce the by' his crop. He decided he'd ', enjoy the Bip. Car ,luxury of this smart, streamlined,,
'marriage of their daughter Alma Body by Fisher-with genuine No Draft ventilation l
Life Preserver tractor by the hour Instead of by ..
EXPERTSERVICE Lee, to Oscar Gibson, Sept. 6, the acre. He tells us he is kept extra-comfortable", : seats, and every facility for your .
1947. unusually busy "by the hour", comfort and safety-for Fisher Bodies are the finest bodies, .'

it important In an .emer- They were married In the courthouse Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hammond. and they're found only on Chevrolet and higher-priced cars .:.. -.I '
at 1:30: P. !M. with
need depend. Saturday
\ You who live on the Mann place just
jincy. the bride's family and a few
across the Long Bridge in Union t
ib!< Automobile Insurance friends attending. County, are building a double. You* tUltaM. hi .... .'11-<<:0. com. Y1 IhrM to.... 1...-<<:. pmRvty ."" __..
Mrs. Gibson wore a blue and fort and rood-.toadin. of Hi* 0 ,powwful dandabl. awvralctVolv4nHac
occurs. blocks.
before an emergency cabin out of concrete They .
white dress with white accessories. Unitized KitM-AcNon Gliding / ) Thrnt-Maitar Ingm_
ep They plan to make their future have just finished a "Dlne-A 'Id*-giving Mint .itnooth Mi.typ*of*naln, *found only M Chvrolt
Buy it now I home In Bradford Mite" restaurant there too. They ate, perfectly balanced.I. j and. Mghr" ..?.... can. I
County. say they might sell out and move Ing which ..... M mm that
car and read or* an*_anothr .
Mrs. Hammond is
Charley; E. Johns MORE RATTLE SNAKES again, advantage found .nly
from Ohio.Ethridge .i
Carl] Thomas and family were In O.vroUt. and highs'\ '
Agency and Elmore] Cason were prlccd can S. mr* your car h rady. for wttiUft" During September and
13 STARKJS.! FLA Chas. C.Shepherd. coming home Sunday night and visiting the Lazenbys Sunday. October Ch........ d...... ore making' a ...-... point af fallMrvlo .
saw a big canebreak rattler crossIng Rthridge works in Jacksonvilleand to ................ Mw. xcllne of our ....... fadtlNa.
the road. He stopped and ........... So .
was accompanied by Mr. and and) quality ""' .p. bring" your car hi toon and lot
: yelled to Troy Duke to bring a Mm. James Martin also] of Jack ui g.t I ready for the bad wrathw. days ahead.
.'*-,o..t" 'I'' At Gay's Service Station gun. When he yelled, the snake sonville. Mrs. Martin is the y...' fml.p.rf.cay.af., DM.f .
raised his head about 2 1.2 feet ctty MCUT*, ttianki to Fltti.rUnlit
ling THE TRAVELERS Hartford daughter of old timers of this
high and slid off in the grasswith \ **! Body, KnActlonId
county and our vicinity Mr. and ( and rmlNm-Actlon. Hy. CHEVROLETTORODE
his head high up. Then I
Mrs. John Banks. d draull.rake.f.atur...
Carl decided he'd kill him with a I Seeber Moody has painted his found only In Ch.vrol..l and
stick before Troy could get there. house recently 'and la fixing to Mgnr-pricd can J
BARB: Q B & M Drive In He lowered his head and hid I In .
the grass. When Troy arrived screen the front porch. It looks'> in d-
pretty cool now but when he getsIt I
with the Carl couldn't se e
Curb Service Only gun all fixed up, It will look and be
"no thin' but the bushes shaktn'so "
b he shot in there and then said cooler.
Mr and Mrs. Junior Gibson
Bar-B-Q "I did better.than Fernie Moody '
were over to welcome the new
thenfor I did shoot the 'end
Fried Chicken
Southern bride home. They recently movedto
that bit' and Fernie didn't". The STARKE FLA.engines..teg .
Jim Yarbrough'a place. ,
Beer & Soft Drinks t
ole fellow had 13 rattles.
Ralph] Merritt was going home I
a +. OPEN 10 A. M. to 12 MIDNIGHTOn from Sunday School when, he C

State Highway 200 4 Blocks South of Call St. found one that was a aorta' road iI '
hog. He called for his daddy to t't t
bring the gun. Bang! Dead Rat. t
1II-tIII;_. r
; !
h'N: '' -0-T I-C-E tier.Lacy Johns killed\ one Tuesday ,\

while breaking corn, that was about .
We wish to urge you to have your bicycle repairedat 2 feet long, but had :S rat. '
once, as there will be a rush due to the openingof ties ( } trains 'i

the new school term. We repair them all No The Bill Southerlands] heard one Vb :

job too small. rattling away one night but never r :
.., ., could locate him. Next morninghe x 'j

NOW ON DISPLAY AT OUR STORE wall quietly ]lying coiled up; :: ;'r"
THE NEW 1947 MODEL SCHWINN BICYCLE under his dining table. He was y.
.. r" an unusually large one. r'h" j.
Duplicate Keys Made Several have been killed in corn

Biggs & Baker 105 W. Call and pea fields lately. > ISut i I

will CEMETERY be Crews Thursday WORKINGThe Cemetery, all day.Working Bring mean I lower cost 10 you I ;!

'. dinner and come prepared to work

I most of that time. The cemeteryis

t 28))located. on Highway 100 (old A / UMM /eaitc want hIlI lS=eIouJId tWW3.o' /

TASTED ANYWHKRg B* THX WORLD Gus Thomas of Ft. Myers Wall : .o' Big locomotives are built to do a big Job For "safety.; they. lAy. But U It?
visiting his mother and sister,' Mrs. I l In the big country which is America a Government figures show definitely J

Delia Thomas and Mrs. R. R. Andrews .. big job in peacetime es In wartime. They that long trains mean greater" safety to :;
a this week. are bunt to pull long trains. railroad employes and publlo alike. ;1
The Premium Ale Mr. and Mra. P. D. Reddish of r Long freight trains can handle more 'Then safety .b not the real reason

at the Popular Price Kellbronn Springs and small children i goods at leas coet-to :you-than short what.is the reason behind this demand? fi
s were visiting their Uncle and trains. It .is to make more Jobs which are not :,

I Aunt, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. An. Long trains mean fewer trains-fewer needed-to get more pay! This "made ,"}
drews, this week. chances: : for accidents-fewer Interruptions work" would be sheer wottt.Think of big; S
I Chester Moody, who Is now in to traffic. modem locomotives using only hoi/their "
d4LEANo EER bie g Annlston, Ala., writes his wife, But a few railroad union leaden op- power.

Toll of Good Oner' pR I Edwina, .that he wants her and pone long trams-among their current 41101'this waste you-the public-would .
the children to move up there demands for changes rules.is one Umltbave to pay. Higher. costs mean lower !
just as 'soon as he can "locate a +: ing the length of freight trains to 67 aver. standard of living for everybody. Nobody
: house,"' which seems to be a big
b r rV undertaking.Mrs. 1 age cars. Why do,they demand this? wants that! _

A. P. Moore. Mrs. Mary r \ ...............................................
Cason and !Mrs Rhoda Dowling .1

[I'In-law.spent] Tuesday Mrs O.with E. Crews their of sisterI the. I N Here's the record. i

State Farm. While there they .
learned that John Focb. Crews
wan attending a telegraph schoolIn L ,; fct tne quarter e.elvry..1921.1946., .. Z '"
I Huntington W. Va. Mrs. John 1
Crews is living with her parents. rs r I Average l.ngth.1 freight trains has nI'I I

in-law- temporarily.] gene up. ,.. ...... .. .t.r.r.. .< jAv .
**ooj days mean homework for mothers as weD as t. theirds7r Mr. and Mrs. Junior Gibson s

medic?sSM&W box. JWgM visited Mrs. Gibson's parents. Mr, z .rag. speed d freight tralnt Hat yen up.. 397 .
of and Mrs. Pres Llp comb In Huntsville *
thoaght, If want to win The rate ef to railroad has
Bran do l1krir1H you concentrating OD it right now I Ala. They spent 3 weeks. Injuries employes
). So let'start R J. and Wilbur Turner had gone clows. I. ..... ....... .a. .. ... 60o ;
""HSOUIOOO iuurvn M SCMOUUU) AND DOLLARS as their guests Sunday, Lora LouIse z fit i:

!*&** mt of oaks and For satisfying tha tig appetites Townsend Settle Lou Brannen, Average wages paid railroad worker* have Sms
I i_end the youngsters come that small fry develop in school, Haael Ryan. George Devane, Net- s'. gone up .... ....u......, .. . ..-. 84% ,

.. ;_from: school, hungry foods from the AAP are has class class, tie Mae Fowler of Lake Butler Price ef railroad materiel end h.. = f
-- gsweet anti with a by themselves 1 It's a huge t. ( supplies
Ja.}r army at their heels. I take too...eluding hundreds o! good and Alvin Wynn of Hampton. yr 1 gene vp........ .. ,.. ... ... ,. ..... .. 58% i .
f A4-s MARVEL: EN- things that promote good health Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Moody entertained '

,\",, III. / RICRED WHITE from !kindergarten to college.cob IneidentallT Mrs. Moody- mother, L Railreed.. taxes fieve gene up. ? .. .. ..... ... 76%
iIIU"y BREAD (which ifJ01I..IItartecI. Mrs. Joe Forsythe of Lake Butler -S
I always keep lathe leg fund for your Myounf taut Sunday with a birthday, It
house because fuV*you can use plenty ox haj The guests were: Mr. ti's j But the average charge by railroads

. vitamins it's so full and of mill the for where it by prices marketing are low at every your day. and dinner.Mrs. Leslie Forsythe Joe Leslie for hauling a ton of freight one mil 23% I

orals ehndrsn and Barbara Jean Foriythe. r' a ; has gone down . . . . I
) tat the slices into rounds' OH WHAT A ICKllI Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Green and ;, 1 't :
p them tau condenMd milk that ends Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Moody. Mrs. !,.---a.............aseeeeeeeeee............ef...r
then Into shredded coconut. Firm ripe cantaloupe had "great big" birthday
:s modtsuathe.Oven S50lP. I up BUhl in Boa a pickle 8H makes Ibs. ( a Eandda.r-: cake presented to her by her '

thllD tolr'th .:'pafnJth tioned) in salted<< water till tender. daughter, Mrs. Geo. Green. f_
q between Draft Mix 2 cups sugar'll.bcuP Mr. and Mrs. R. P, Wright: of .

'Aq vinegar, M cup water.. and Winter Garden were visiting tilt .0.1
1M ANN _
t( T. H. Sheppards '
chndnnthlnkb. :"beans PAGE WHOLE SPICES on their way horn from avisit ... .... -
the beam MIXED Q were I
IteII Iflllt of sandwiches, they'U! beam aued FOR PICKLING. Zto .fi.' in Georgia and South CAro- .t.! ....

] ANN PAGE BEANS Boil\ about 6 mina lina. ; ; We this sad other advertisements
.... drained ? ere publishing to talk with you
Add are d
AtPtuizad Titos. Mike and Dot Sheppard ..
with _
chopped .
and ; ; at got hand about matters which are Important to everybody.
cantaloupe 8h '
p dlieed bacon anti a 10 minutes.Pack visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. H. p- a
c. Dp d pickle and salad cook in clean gently hot S jars to and seal at one*. pareS this week. Mike plans> to
e '


I, SOCIETY and CLUBS Dr. and Mrs. Kaufman Mr. and Mrs. Wall Col. Kelly SpeakerAt Special Preparation Is Urged

Are Honored GuestsAt Are ComplimentedMr. First MeetingOf

Dinner Woman's Club for Children Starting
PartyDr. and Mrs A E. Wall, whose Scl
St. Mark's AuxiliaryMet Ladies Auxiliary
marriage wall an event of August,
and Mrs. J. Warren Kauf- "While our government exists
MondayThe Met TuesdayThe man, whose marriage was an were honored at a delightfully Informal for the people, Russia's people exist Within the next few weeks hundreds of thousand
at Kingsley .
supper party
event of the early summer, were for the government. This
members of the St. Mark's regular monthly meetingof Lake Thursday, August 2:1: when young Americans are going: to begin school.
Auxiliary of the Episcopal Church the Lad lea' Auxiliary of the honored at a dinner party given Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Bennett entertained significant remark was used with On the care that Is given to r-eparteg them for J
members of the Ladles' Auxi- Col. R. H. Kelly, th
by telling force by
met in regular session Monday Presbyterian Church wax held In In the Burns cottage. start of their education will depeiH In large
of the Presbyterian Church U. S. retired when he ad- measure
liary ,
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock In the the School Rooms Tuesday Army th
: Sunday Magnolia leaves and wild fern degree of success they will have In adjusting
last in theWoman's Woman's Club thenseIv
Wednesday evening dressed the Starke 1
Church Service Center with about afternoon at 3:30 o'clock with were used in decorating the liv- to their entirely new surroundings
Club auditorium. afternoon in the first
ten members present. the president, Mrs. J. R. Kite, tn ing room and screened porch for Wednesday i
The following officers were the chair. Artistic arrangements of pink this affair. fall meeting of that organization. T)r. Jo."t>Mn Ketivon. Director If he has learned: to

elected to serve during the Incoming Following routine business plans gladioli, roses, zinnias, pink vine Those present to enjoy the Describing the world as now dIvIded of Good Hou eV discussing ei>hicf ms the'athie'sbahv MRt ont his mother to altuat1M111rotber sdW( 11\\!
: president, Mrs. Mar- and fern formed a beautiful back- into two great forces-communism children, or If \
year were discussed for the Presbyterl evening with Mr. and Mrs. Bennett method of prei>arln* your child a trll1I
tie Gahagan; vice president, Mrs. ground for the large "T" shaped versus free enterprise, the : educa- neighborhood child ti h the
its formal
to be held here October 14. and the honored guests, Mr for tIle start of class *
R J. Davis; secretary and treasurer As a money-making scheme for table. end Mrs. Wall were Mr. and Mrs. former Camp Blanding tier In a" article In the August or school.

Mrs. O. I.. Beaaley. the restoration committee the The table decorations repeatedthe W. H. Graham and Mr and Mrs ing officer said that eemmand-I Israa: of the magazine, states In ,be given the dtrecUoni ehnj ehohotddins

During the social hour Mrs. members decided to sell Christmas chosen floral pieces, the honor S. R. Johns, Jr. claims both cannot parttHow home, according to
i'' PIckard, hostess for the afternoon, cards. guests' table being centered witha "Peoples formerly I ran a child t>' prepared J yon.. Dr, r
served light refreshments. beautiful silver bowl of gladioliand the regime of the czars, over-I emotionally' for school T Several "Be speelfls. about
the close of the Mrs It ?
At meeting
Social ell
Chairman before school, be rm! to : h
pink roses. Placed at intervals thrown in 1917, are now In power, months whether 'yonm Inept
Kite announced that Mr.. L. A. talk natural! about his frolnjr. as lie him
on the table were other low Outlines ActivitiesOf Col. Kelley stated. "They conceived It to be a happy to hlllftl sl!
If expect
4 s Canova had Invited the Auxiliary bowls of gladioli and roses and Woman's the classless society, but the. ti",yon". Take Vm' to see the school home someone trafflo else' EnTaIl> bla .
members to meet with her at her: running the entire length of the Club lower class did not have the experience building' and Its snrronndlnn boy-and-srlrl rell'1lllt1oteh\
11a Klngaley Lake home at the regular table was pink vine. Mrs. Caro to govern. Taking ad- anI!. If possible! let him meet hi.tf'acbeY' prevent hi. TMii
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid running fiom
recently *
rIi" social meeting. At this time: Chandler Mrs. W. A. Stern and appointed vantage of this opportunity, the Try to give him a sense retardingtrsffia llghu ana*
.,; Mrs. J. Warren Kaufman, who Mra. R. P. Stubblns had charge of chairman of the Woman'sClub leaders, Lenin and later Stalin, of Independence weaning. hIm Children beginning arhOtt,
I Social Committee, this week
prior to( her marriage was Miss the decorations. rose with more power than the from too much mothering"Dr. be ven cartful medical
announced a tentative program of Kenvon asserts that a child natfon to make un
the honored
Alice Fernandez, will be czar ever had. certain they
The Rev. L. A. Shepherd of the activities from now until the end won't be frightened when he's left In fit condition,
guest. State Farm served as master of of the club year, June 1. Col. Kelley was Introduced to 'lone at school If hs has been Kenvon: who states according (Iia I

ceremonies and in a very pleasing An entertainment for members his audience by Mrs. I. N. Brea- property prepared for that event. -R... your doctor rf" ys!
manner presented Dr. and Mrs. of the Junior Woman' Club will zeale, chairman of) the club's Amer- "Be sure that ha understands careful medical exam ml!!
Kaufman with a beautiful silver be held at some time In the near ican Citizenship committee. She I yon will leave htm--don't startle enough In advance to dl ro't'.
D serving tray, a gift from the recalled that he was commanding hIm with the fact at the last handicaps to health sod
future Mrs. Kincald stated, and "
will be easier for him or remedy them.
church members.The I!also outstanding among the early officer of Camp Blanding in minute.

.BK'I following program was en- I fall events will be a reception In 194041. Since his retirementfrom
..AU. I joyed: Miss Jean Davis, accom- October for members of the regular army service in
new-! Sun. M panied at the piano by Mrs E. M. I Starke school faculty. ThIs latter 1943, he hall made his home at IIIIII II( ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing

Sept. II David, sang "Iche Liebe Dlche" event will be held in coopera- Melrose. Established 1894JOYNER'S \

heaven-sent VACATION II (Grieg); Miss Louisa Stern playedas tion with the Parent-Teacher Preceding Col. Kelley's address, i .
a piano selection "The White Association. a brief business session was held I
deodorant IN RENOJack Peacock" (Griffis); and Miss Lu- Also in October will be held with the president, :Mrs. R. A. .
cille Mitchell gave a clever origi- the first in a series of bridge- Green, In the chair.

(antiseptic) . by Hairy, Anne Jeffreys nal poem about the honored guests.At luncheons that are scheduled for MARKS

helena rubinstein Two Short. & News the end of the last course the third Wednesday of each ,I Mr and Mrs. Burney
the group sang in unison "Blest month during the club year. Mra. 225 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE
Honored At Dinner ,
Wed. Thura. > IT 18
Sept. Be The Tie That Binds." KIncaid stated that It is likely
I'IEWI 1 Doubly protective DOUBLE FEATURE that bridge will be played duringthe On AnniversaryMr. RHODA DAMPIER F. G. HEMINGWAY I
morning, to be followed by OWNER GROCERY SIDE MGR. MARKET
Miss Stern HonoreeAt
The silken cream protects LOVERCOME luncheon. and Mrs. O. W. Burney,

rw against possible skin infection Delightful Party In November a Thanksgivingdinner who were married 47 years last
BACK event will be held in the September 9, were given a surprise -
surface irritation. it
flro. Brent, Lurllle Ball Following the usual Wednesday evening for members, their hus- dinner Sunday at the homeof IDD'LARGE
protects against offense. Vera Zorina evening rehearsal, the choir of the bands, and friends. their daughter, Mra. L. Craw-
And I First Presbyterian Church entertained December will be highlightedby ford, in honor of their wedding .
Lastingly fragrant with HOME SWEET I Miss Louise Stern with a the usual Christmas tea and anniversary

delightful surprise party In the special to be held at the hostess
Helena Rubinstein's lilting program Mrs. Crawford acted as PKG. FANCY
spacious living-room of the Pres-
i NIAVIN SENT KUUMI. Woo't HOMICIDE Manse. Miss will regular meeting. with the assistance of her sister, VEL DREFT
byterian Stern Scheduled for January Is an even- or Round or Loin
bare fabrics. Peggy Ann darner soon return to continue her studyof ing dinner to be followed by Mrs. L. L. Libby and her sister- 29c
Randolph Srott, Lynn Darl mualc at the St. Louis Conservatory bridge. in-law. Mrs. Newn Burney. Din- STEAK. 49c1b, |

:Ask for mew HIAVIM-JINT Also New. February will feature an International ner was served under the large

DIOOOaAHI...the cream that Fri. Sat. Sept. 19 20 A pleasing program included program and lunch- oak tree in front of the home. NO. 2 1.2 CAN RIB STEW
DOUBLE: FEATURE two piano selections by Mary Centered on the table was the
soothes and perfumes as It Rivers Stubblns, a vocal solo by monthly bridgeluncheonsare MIXED FRUIT

MQteeW 1.00Carpenter's RIVER GANGStarring Lucille McRae, Brahms' "Waltz in the only events scheduled to large two-tiered anniversary 40c 25c Ib.

i **.. A Flat :Major" by Marian McRae date for March and April. cake. Mr. and Mra. Burney were

Gloria Jean and Brahma' "Lullaby", sung by The traditional :May Day Break- presented with a number of useful -
And Jean Davis Climax of the pro- fast will highlight the club's social gifts at the occasion GOOD COUNTRY

IT HAPPENED gram waa Miss Lucille Mitchell's activity in May. Mrs. JBurney, who was 65: years' Blue Rose RICE Smoked BACON]
original tribute to Louise and appreciation Mra. KIncaid states that every I 5 IBs. 79c
F kjt vorjn} OUT WESTPaul of her excellent direc- special event will be given much old on September 8, also celebrated 49c lb.
tion of the choir during the vaca- careful planning and it is hoped : her birthday at the dinner.

a 4" Rexall Drug Store Kelly, Judith Allen tion of Mrs. Kaufman, and also that the overall program will be Mr. and Mrs. Burney both in

Phone 64 Starke, Via.! Also> CartoonChapt. for her fine service as a choir the means of drawing members excellent'health, are thankful for PRIDE of GEORGIA HAM
19 1'hantom Empire": member ,throughout past ten of the Woman's Club closer to- Pickled Peaches Sliced
the blessings bestowed
years. After the presentation of gether and Installing a greater many upon
lovely gifts, lemonade and luscious community spirit.Appointed them throughout their 47 years of No. 2 1-2 Can 28c 60c lb.

cake made by Mrs. Robert Kite to serve with Mrs married Ufa. The couple has
were much enjoyed by the choir Kincald on the Social Committeeare five living children and 14. grand

and guests. : Mra. O. S. Newcomb, Mrs. J. children. Four of their grand- LARGE SIZE PORK CHOPS

Pressed to play, Louise Initiated M. Hembree, Mrs. Edward Burns, children served In the recent Octagon SOAP
that she "hadn't practiced" and Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mrs. J. M. world war three In the Pacific 69c Ib.
had no music with her. Furnished Smith, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs theatre, and one in Europe lOc

j with a small selection of Mrs. R. A. Weeks, and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Enjoying this happy occasion

t Kaufman's music aha was com- kins. with Mr. and Mrs. Burney were GOODWhite
pletely surprised to find some Mr. and Mrs. L. L. LIbby and B I S QUI C K

x copies of her own music carefully Mrs. Jack Gill Family of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. LARGE 42c BACON
mixed in. Louisa then graciously Newn Burney, Mr. and Mrs L. "-- ------ 45c Ib.
\ played several compositions from Honored At ShowerMrs. Crawford and family, and Pfc. SMALL: __________ 26c

Bach and Chopin. Final numbers Lonnie Crawford, Jr., who has
y were Frill Kreleler's arrangement W. H. Graham and Miss recently returned from Japan and PHONE 159 WE DELIVE
N of Beethoven's "Rondlno" and Margaret Ifonteith entertained Is now on terminal leave from
\ Tachalkovsky'a "Andante Can- last Thursday afternoon from the Army.
four until six o'clock at the
tablle", played on, request by Mrs. .
Klngsley Lake home of Mr. and
accompanied by
Davis. I Mrs. J. H. GUI at which time they
honored Mrs. Jack Gill a recent
Those enjoying this delightful
'bride, at a lingerie shower.
occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. W. A. I'' A color scheme of pink and

Stern, Miss Louise Stern, :Mlas green was carried out la decoratIng -

Evelyn Stump, Mrs. Ellery Davis, for this lovely affair, pink
Miss Jean Davis Misses Marian rJnnlas and greenery being used
at vantage point throughout the
McRae, Vivian McRae, Idell Lan-
rooms where the
I guests were en-
drum, Lucille McRae, Mary Rivers tertained.
Whether Its for "him" or "her"' wnea--
the afternoon
Stubblns. Miss Lucille Mitchell, During swimmingand
Mrs. Richard S. Fernandez, and boat riding were enjoyed.The ever you seek N gUt-worthy watch
Dr. and Mrs. J. Warren Kauf- two hostesses served their com to the Gem Jewelry. Time-tort)

man. guests a dessert course repeatingthe name In the watch field, such .. But"

chosen color scheme. The Individual and Elgin plus our years of expert-

Junior Women cakes, 'Iced in white were enee are tour assurance of a wait

topped with the letters "H" In you'll be proud to give. Make yow
/ Have Buffet SupperThe pink and green. election from our smart depend ll1lto
r Those present to enjoy the
first Fall meeting of the afternoon with Mrs Graham Miss; precision-accurate line

Junior Woman's Club was held Montelth and the honoree, Mrs. I
last Thursday evening in the club Gill, were: Misses Madge Brown- MEN'S AND LADIES
auditorium at which time the lee Marian Brown, Betty Ann

club members enjoyed a delightful Flynn Annette Gunter, Ann Wilt, Bulova & e4in Wafchsi
1 buffet supper. Janet Anderson Evelyn New-

Following upper Mlas Madge I some, Joan Carpenter, and Martha IN A WIDE PRICE! RANGE
Whigham, president, presided over Wainwright, Mrs.. J. L. Anderson,
the business meeting Mrs. Guy I and Mrs. J. H. GUI. .
Sale, treasurer, gave the fto&nctal .
report cf) the club. WSCS To
Sterling Silver by International
Plans were made for a danceto

be held on Friday September Methodist WSCS will hold
25: In the club building.Also I its regular business and program .

at this meeting the club's I meeting at the church next Monday -
project "Decorating the Ladles' afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. Men's and Ladies Accessory ''Jewelry

' .' Ar rwe tit Lounge", was discussed. I Circle One will be, In charge.INSURANCE: .
) I".io dpsa
About fifteen members were 0
'..114" S.-OOIUI" DODl present to enjoy this meeting. Fine Watch
, "IONS -cwo-plecer" chats perfect U you need fire, automobile life Repairing
; _for first aununa days .when me SUSAN FRANCES WIGGINSMr. or any other type msoranoe, see
mercury stays up up apl BUch and Mrs. One' Wiggins an- me at 129 W. Call Street, opposite
rayon alpaca with Clrtadoiu ppl nounce the arrival of a daughter, Bradford County Telegraph
\l Iwo of rsyoa.w.-.a to espies Susan Frances on FrIday August In Starke.
tbs&!Iemo.910 IS'Il.".. 29 in St. Vincent's Hospital Having an-
gaged la thin business) since GEM !
The ackaonvllle. Mr*. Wiggins) was 1911. I am well qualified to JEWELRY
the former Miss Laura Lee> Hemingway represent your best Interests.

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. No client of mine baa ever lost
a thin dime by placing their
Miss Mildred .Johnson hat returneeS Insurance with roe.

n.oam.\. to Her borne la Arcadia N. D. WAINW&IOHT, JR. 109 E. CALL ST. PHONE 170 a STARKE, FLAirAG
after spending the put five weeks Phone 134
In SUrka

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BITS of LOCAL NEWS I I.nd Camden Mrs. George New Jersey Ostermayer was the of Fatal Snake Bites Are Rare Occurrences, I will begin on the -residential

guest last week-end of Mr. and But Everyone Should Know First Aid FactsTwo phones. Mr. Bishop hopes to average
Mrs. W. H. Graham at Kingsley "about 10 or 15 a month" Correspondence NOW

:W- M. B.Thursday Herlong visit Mrs.with Harry the Mooty enjoyed a Lake. men have died as the result burning pain which comes at once. until all the units In Starke are a pleasure with an I
tsar Starke last three Edwin Marshalls in I Mrs. Effle Johns and sinter will of rattlesnake bites in Central Treatment, both first aid and converted.Mr. .
peIIdlng the past Anthony at the Marshall's new spend the weekend In Hawthorne Florida this summer: Robert antl-venln. should be given Im INKOOItAPii1ENOL
Ark. andyule home last Bishop explained that the
Springs Saturday E Hinshaw of
at Hot vlnltlng their niece, Mrs. T. W Orlando who was mediately.First .
<, N. C. Mrs. J. H. Fields had as her Webb. bitten when he stopped to pick aid removes most of the new "common battery" system operates PCHUEDFCWHTAMI' PEN '

Mrs. Joe Arnold have 'weekend guests her sister\ Mrs Mrs. R. Hutchings is at home wild flowers for his wife along poison and delays the rest of It from batteries located In I Yowl writing can be done

triri, t forbrother. year, Robert E. Tanner and son Bob after an eight-day stay In the the beach near New Symrna. and from reaching the vital organs. the telephone office. He further Mora auilp-th. 14 at.solM P
,\ RobertafRome of Baldwin.Mr. Shadycrest Hospital.Mrs. Leonard Edward Peterson, 19- Antl-venln neutralizes most of stated that the new I gold round, smooth
( N. Y. Robert en- and Mrs. J. L. Anderson P. S. Hutto and son P. S. year-old youth, who was bitten the poison.We phones are ball-Uk point glidesov
| at Bradford have Jr., and while in the woods near Deland. for (I step toward dial telephones. paper with thaotoouness
lU senior year as guests this week Mrs. granddaughter Dianne, I are lucky, a single antivenin -
|on) Monday. Anderson's sister, Mrs. Carl Bau- all of Savannah, Ga., were guestsof Although the danger of polaon- o will counteract the bite of When they are available, the dial lead pencil.of a soft 1

wet t Rose Duncan spent thed ref of Rome, Ga.., and the Lyle Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Tucker and ous snakes In the Southland ia I every poisonous North American kmiu can 'be' inrtorted In the ,'......" ..ii $
with her cousin, Sue Dun- Anderson of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. 1* S. Hutto. frequently exaggerated by north- snake except the Gulf Coast coral phone.. W-MW

Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Hutto of RONSON LIGHTERS at golly ern writers, the fact remains that variety. Mr. Bishop said that new phone

,j W J. Epperson, Jr., and Jacksonville spent the weekend wood Camera: A: Gift Shop. everyone should know what to do But even after It Is administered directories would be out next Bradford
Sally Ann and Mary with Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Mrs. Henry O'Hara of Los Angeles "just In case", a doctor should be on hand to month and requested that subscribers
any -
Ultel ms relatives In Tampa Mrs Jack Jones wishes to thank the former Mrs. L. C. Smithof One day last week Bill Graham, tend the patient, for frequently who wished changes County Telegraph

/ City last Friday and her many friends and neighbors Graham, wan a visitor to Starke merchant, while' driving serious complications follow snake made to contact his office.
!ant: for the kindness shown her during -I Starke one day last week. She It into town from his summer cottage .
.9- her lengthy illness. I spending a vacation In Florida on Klng ley Lake, spotted a bite.Here are the fundamental first

\ *t Morning Star", latest Little Linda Kay Sale returnedto with her children, Mrs. C. J., giant rattler, seven feet long, sunning aid procedures for snake bite.
In\ Community Plate. her home Friday after spending Frazier of Graham, Mrs. Olin Itself on the highway. Bill Put a tourniquet firmly (but not I
A Shop. I
Camera I a wek In Madtoon with her Graves and Mrs. H. D. Rogers of ran over Ib head and now there too tightly) above the fang marks.
and Mrs. F. F. Flume had' grandmother Mrs. John Sale. 0 Daytona, Mr James Brantley of Is one lees rattler to populate the This will prevent poison from FOR TIll 8.\FEST SERVICE:

c Ir weekend guests, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Junlui M. Smith Orlando, and L. C. Smith of woods. traveling Into the body. AND TUB LOWEST PRICKS SEE: .
Bpjul Stewart of Philadelphia, and family spent the weekend at Fenaacola. She will also visit relatives But Bill says that in his many Then cut once through each fang
Kingsley Lake In the' Edward in Georgia before returning years of hunting game he has mark, about half inch in length I SLADE GAS CO., Inc.

h i Brawn, a former resident Burns cottage. to California. never come across a rattler" In the and a quarter of an inch deep. I 219 K CALL 8T_(NKAII R. R. TRACKS; ) I

rile; was a visitor here this Mrs. E. E. Canova and Mr. and Mr and Mrs. W. G. Halle had woods, and many other hunters Cauterize the knife or razorblade L
Mr. Brown has been spend- M'*. O. L. Patten and eon George, as their guests last Thursday say the same. So our country must you use over a hot flame.
|wme time In Macon, Ga., have returned alter spending the through Saturday, Mrs. Halle'i i not be quite so snake-infested as Use a lighter or a match if you Have GAS HANflES
i he has undergone eye treat- summer at Mrs. Canova's lake sister, Mrs. J. S. Adair, and Mr some writers picture it. Then have not other fire. Don't cauterize tm.WI' J
home on Klngnley.W and Mrs. James Wilburn and chil- too, even if a rattler Is spotted, he I the wound. For Immmllate Delivery
dren, all of West Palm Beach who Is usually killed or frightened away -I Make the cuts lengthwise of the
were returning to their home from and is said not to strike un- limb to avoid severing tendons or
S Phone 52-J a vacation spent in Henderson- less angered by having someone blood vessels. .. PHONE MlStark
Oy.DEl" VICE vllle, N. C. actually step on him or antagonizehim The blood and venom should t

w. I-OLIOW, TM. arose Mrs.Ilartmannour Mrs. Orle Wiggins and Infant; in some other way. ooze out. Tighten the tourniquet
daughter Susan Frances, have returned But just in case you're one of If they spurt. For a half an hour
from St. Vincent's Hoa the unfortunate few who do cross thereafter, suck the venom out

pital In Jacksonville. paths with a rattler, here is a with your mouth, spitting It out, For Fine I'( '
Miss Garnita Hutto returned bit of advice recently published of course. Don't suck the woundIf
[ Attention Please Thursday of last week from a vacation by the Orlando Sentinel-Star: your mouth has fever blisters

spent in Columbia and Protection against snakes and or other wounds on It. A snake WRITING PAPERS

Automobile And Truck Owners Myrtle Beach, S. C. snake bite Is simple enough. bite kit contains a suction pump
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Call and Wear high boots or loose trous- which Is a useful thing to have

children, Martha and Jimmie, of ers, walk warily and look before around. .r
Charlotte, N. C., spent the week you put your hands Into something Halfway through, remove the
Ire you familiar with the new end at Klngsley Lake as guest bandage for a minute. If the

|which goes into effect October of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rltch. Mrs Snakes have a preference for swelling continues up the leg, keep OCv1stT

st, 1947, in respect to the owner- Call i In the former Miss Vlvlrett certain kinds of territory. They the bandage always above It.
kip and Floyd of Starke. like fields, hay stacks, marshes,, Every fifteen minutes remove the
c sTheFINANCIAL RE- Come to the Bradford County; shallow water trees and bushes. bandage for a minute. ,wr

ONSIBILITY LAW, enacted ate Telegraph for your office Sup- These are spots where they hunt After the suction treatment putan &

last session of the state lejjisIture. pile*. Rubber bands pencils, carbon for food. Ice pack over the wounds. At t
We Deserted houses, fences, rocky the same time try to prevent chills
etc. '
legal *,
This i law is MOST IMPORTANT paper, Here You Will Find A Fine Assortment
have a large supply. ledges and the shade of rocks and with cups of hot tea or coffee.
to all operators of mo- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spencerand bushes are their resting places. Any movement of the patient may t
fcr vehicles and should have your early attention. We daughters, Laura and Susanne If you get bitten by a snake, spread the pol on. Gentle, even OF New Colors And IJeslg"lI fit The Better

)iU be glad to show you a copy of the law and if you moved this week Into the you may expect your skin to become movements, and not speed, Is the

Beet to( protect your interests with liability insurance, H. M. White house on Lafayette discolored and to swell al Important thing In getting the Grades Of Writing Papers. t

to Agency, having been in operation over 50 years, St. Mr. Spencer la an engineerwith most immediately. There Is a, victim to a doctor. ; I

equipped to take care of your needs. Dupont. Mr. White expect I *. Eaton's: Highland Sheer at 1.00
to complete his survey work here SO cents. slble for this increase or have

SINCERELYHs within the next few weeks and The cafeteria has been declared been Indirectly responsible In that a Shagbark Paper at 1.00 e ea
has moved his family to Daytona. a boon to the County since it of- farmers have followed their ex
Mrs. Eula WhIgham and :Miss! fers a hot and well balanced dIet ample.If Millgate Pastels at .50

Madge Whigham are visiting relatives to the school students. Efforts you have suitable land for .
C. WALL AGENCY White & "
In Statesboro, Ga. have been made to encourage the pasture and do not yet have a Vycof Stationery 1.00 0 .

Mrs. W. E, Tilley and daughter,, students to use, their cafeteria family cow. It Is well worth your .. .'a Pine Memories (pine.4 scented). .JOO I. -' .*"?*** ,I I
Please Peggy, moved to Starke this I and now students can leave thee while to make arrangements as \
Starke f
CONSTANT SERVICE: I ,week and are occupying th school-grounds at noon only by soon as you can to obtain and C Royal Kepillon at 1.00'

Phone 146 OVER SO YEARS Fla.CLASSIFIED. Flynn cottage on East 8th Street,o I written permlaalon of parents keep one."NoCrank". 1e I
sssSSSSrtSrrfl3 formerly occupied by Mr* Lllllai;, The only competition offered Eaton Highland Deckle 1.00 :

Chapman. Mrs Chapman and the cafeteria Is the cold-drink Phones e. Leatherette Finish at 1.00 "'' ,
family moved to Atlanta Tuesday; stand located on the school ?. "

after making their home here for grounds which offer for sale cakes, Being InstalledAs e Dusty! Stars at 1.00 ';'-:'. iC I

the past several years. cookies, Ice cream, milk, and Available .
The following local Red cross orange ade.RURAL. Ripple Pearl at 1.00
leaders will attend the Florida
I TOUR CAR wo ha-ra. a new FOR SALE Conference for Chapter Worker Starke's "hand crank" tele- 'It Rose Bouquet at 1.00
phones are on the out.
ILeO auto radio! Immediate way ,I
2PHERD''allol1ol1. RADIO Aa low .SERVICE. H2. O., ONE just NEW completed.LUMBER.; S-BEDROOM. residence, Guy In Orlando Andrews the, Chapter first of next Chairman week:, COMMONSENSE H. A. Bishop, owner of the C. Royal Bouquet at 1.00

rt at Madison Starke Starke Telephone Co., reportedthis I
1x8. 1111 Ixl tae la Morse, executive secretary a.
u Window. : Mrs. Ruth Apple niooHoms at 1.00
U, I80-I70: "'mlli.t. week that as quickly as they
Plumbing' F,tlln -.; 44 In. Ply Wood:; T. H. Osborne, Mrs. I., N
r rpjm FABM. CITY AND Pine. Flooring; Book Shalvaa.VIXIW Breazeale, Mrs. E. H. Shafer, and become available, the crank C. Satin Sheen at 1.00 I
LI ME i White Cem.nt. FARM WITH LAND FOR phones will be replaced by the
8 PROPERTY OU a Block, Sand Miss Audrey Carlisle SHOULD NOT
ALSO Concrete Pipe; Concrete and sister, Mrs PASTURES ,more modern "common battery"system. -
Block, all .1....; pipe., step .to..... Mrs. Effie and BE WITHOUT MILK COW .
o house. piers, floor; Cement; Rock Carrie Smith of BusUnell, :
I phones Ch8.J18'9dabout
Mortar Mix Steal Windows; Paint Carter of Lawtey spent
Mrs. Oscar One of the first things that most
TROUT aWESTTATEE 011 and Block Paint; Concrete. Floor Gaines first ( ten have already been
complete; Dump Truck Hauling.One Thursday afternoon In folks connect with a farm and
0...'..* .*T...lae. of e.mmI Sktl-Saw, new cOw and think replaced) and then the company
y?.*....ny. "_ .... see LOTS FOR SALBl $200 up, $50 ville. be farm life la a many
I ..'.. 20 In llmlta.. Friends of Jim Sewell will to be farm must
ef H.... ......- down, | mo. city that a farm a
V JSarera rmna all .T.. the) GENERAL COMTRACriMO Interested to learn that he has accepted have a cow.
PL STROUT! pros REALTY HaM AGENCY J. M..rle Edv...r<. Phoi sBESTAURANr -. a position as chemical engineer Well, tbey may not be so far PIECE I
with the American Agricultural wrong at that, generally speaking,
FOR SALEDoingsoed
>Bq 1 rwented Locally By meal and beer bualneaa. Chemical Co., at Pierce, for certainly a farm with available .
0. HOLLINGSWORTH Batabllabttil ale: ,.arL InquireH..r should fIl
Fla. land for good pasture
Ill ,'. Snack Bar and Tourist Dining Room Suits
So. Walnut St. Court Camp Blandlng. Jtp Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phllllpi have a good milk cow or two for

FOR RENT-4-room cottage, nicely have returned to their home IT the home milk supply. Yet, there _
".JE3BE8.: urntture of all kind. rano- furnished. Also desirable S-room Starke after spending the Bummer are a surprisingly large numberof
IIII'h.4.''i Drop upholttered ua a card.and nicely Larva furnlabail white cool; house apt., large mod at KIngsley Lake. farms that do not have milk SOLID LIMED OAKINCT.UDINO
. POlet"-''NoaMATTRESa CO., Boat shady rn. lawn. Take dirt road left Mr. and Mrs. W..B. Sewell left cows-farms that could vary can. !. i
1'1.. eiandlnr highway at tint ThomaavUle, Oa., to !
of new for !
yeaterday I milk cows, too. e
ly support
bridge out E. Call St., m afternoon I
NCI-I!: .rlt. a I I 'III.: Clarke BrookaMa Farm Box :181E( attend the wedding this Farm families who do not have
a eUlomobU.S.. ms far. lIablllt. and Starke. It of their nephew, Jennings D. milk cows buy freah or canned 1 Modern Buffet
t.lr.sp: Phone::::154'J'" itfEi.T FOR SALE".., all-attachments Electrolul., used vacuum. how ami.Cottrell to Jr.Miss, 'of Ruth LMsburg RaIney and Ml of milk or they do without milk, and Drawer for Silver ;
teat 305 W, have shown that families
' 6 roontba.- Sewel surveys 1 Modern Clam-Front
Mss! Gayle
S. P. ItpU Thomasville.
ROWEIX Spirit-
who do not have regularly
!o Medlum' and Heifer, Slate one of the bridesmaids, China Closet
County !llc.ne.' I PINEAPPLE PEAKS for sale., t t will be are not uncommon.
i ltOrk.rnlaRd.. pi.200.' ...Loot. till for M per VJerrltt bu,. at Hl I..the hw y farm.100'"'at Long;: lototat.and Miss Virginia Sewell will This does not mean that there 1 Table(1 extension leal) '

-1 tf p to t-t't Brldaa. 2'P1 are not a great number of Florida
farm families who have good milk 4 Chairs (More availableif
TRESS W SALE-Cop nha.en and Jersey
gr..I..... quire Harry.tSnack FOR Wakef laid ca Pl a nt>. Ready School Cafeteria cows, for much: progress has been you desire
r veer Blinding or now. $3 tbou.and.-B, J. staring. made In this direction during the
t. V3''P8ta LunchThe
: Lake. 20c
ltp1N Crosby Has past few years, but It does mean

t.r and have your body and FOR RENT-Futnlaha or W.unfurnished Mad Bradford County school that farmers who do not have milk
rjg, work b done> at Touxalln'a Bt.,.lIartm.nt.-IOS starfce. atp o-IS another year Gf cows may well make arrangementsto For $189.50!
,t, Iatn e ok a old bottllnB son cafeteria began Only Blankets !I
de o it .PiOI.n'of..B'ook.*.ckion Motors:.llle. and Ra- WANTED TO RENT or leaaa amal. or If operation Monday when more obtain them for the good of
Bradford County their families.
orkaarantatd.. atp a-H buy on toastoreeLor than a thousand -
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tranpor their classrooms The great value of milk as a
III trn.cJ3ar: 4 rooms, from 1 toi students returned to
9tarlte. .
C gat An*. I, at fllL" gardening. months ot for growing children Elm Asitt. COLORS
nation on highway: acre;. suitable for. for nine more food especially BED ROOM SUITS Solid I
' can
'l" "rl.t monogram and chick..relerenceswhlts.. .Am reliable; ; per- study. Capable Mrs. A. W. Bates baa been publicized so much.
.tell, Boa 11.U., Ocala Notify. Fla.7t M.. A. eon.T.glee good' L. Britton, Amelia Itp CIllP. 9,11 assumed her duties M supervisor during recent years that it hardly Modern Design Night Table BUY NOW
!-If9ALE.Mowing : 0., Fla. of the cafeteria, for the third con- seems neceuary to mention it Plate Glass Mirrors 22950 To Match \

4 maohln In FOR RENT-8tor. or office bldg.adjacent secutive year. again, but evidently there are AND SAVEIT'S
Ihall. 4 I Mtr to Scott' Olft IIboP. was markedby some families who do not realizeIts ,
"d.., Iou .i.w'.th location inquireFOR The opening day A Real Bargain At This Price
' also il.I'5lnal for raotonaua ForTemple' iroble mishap. Since there was Importance in the diet or who
"... for
I P/ .. to mo... Raaaon for sure means to determine how have simply neglected to assure
IIMH':: dnt naad. it KarI Used. drink cooler no food for
aoma. SALE! the cafeteria provision of this fine
would patronize LINOLEUM
I kjooden, excellent $15.-Wil many TILE
'" d It i. .. mtilttraiLdAl.o Eur Scott. 603 Temple Are. IepOTTED 100 students were turned their good health.
k,' kJ.mov.. don't need them. when food ran Every farm with 'land suitablefor
It's doors Like Real Tile But Much Cheaper
'. them' On '-r llar PLANTS for .leAfrican from Looks ,
"mm have a
""41'. with ...... orcb ..... ca'" good pasture should
t. loo' .i ml- north ItpWaldo tll. _vloletS Mrs. R. !*Young* liP N. out.According to Mrs. Bates, the'afeteria ,family milk cow. This I.e the only
Walnut 8t. will feed "400 or more" conclusion to which one can come I

..*"r4.Rod Return and ? .ww.ii.mrw. r, .. COURT. gift shop, and students their noon meat One of when he learns of the difference USE YOUR CREDIT E-Z Terms
M n..par?; restaurant for sale Harry', near. Snack IIBlandln the notable items on the diet Is In health between families who ,
IaqulreBae which 1s milk cows and those
RENT Jlp of milk have good
Court half-pint
, the
f room ap.rlm.nt.II. and Tourllrt

.ce; bath.ItchoU 4 Couple 101 W.0,1-141'Madlaon. FOR BALE:FWe ors 1 c.ra"1-5!: thick of given to the each first patron.For month. of operation who One do of not the finest things 4-H A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

lip b..utlful > the "try out" price of the club work in Florida has done In

,,1AL2 to .following. sls.af Il OA ..acb.""h. meals, win\ be 3O cent Mrs. Bates recent years has been the dairy H. DENMARK FURNITURE CO.
d'ill ''.Ile nlgtires1zcslteat 05.t: a equal papanelsnels cock.it trp" which has JOHN
"might go project program
the price
:. Paul panel 132.90 ...,ra. said that resulted I
11l+mpt '. YeiiDgnld C.U11: 1 equal \lne Federal aid win only be In a aotabta Increase la |

? 1-I glass ....ao eacb.II. three cents per meal M compared lumber of family cows. Club PHONE 151H STAftKE, FLA.'w,
n. old Ode pulteta l1/ ., W.d n..v.r ..aaaTlO'e Is.. .* lastyyogy'anklprke year. Last members, by raising cows from] r

...Idr r.wblt.to .Iebora..11 all to one _' _RARO..al_e"... 4eIMJa.kwavt3leY co. voted bolD :20. to calves, haw been directly: rspoa-' Zr
Yyri'L KnS" at. 1. Boa tea 115.

rAGa SOL L-rt. ax"en'* etiClr't'A. TELEGRAPH: STAIKM! VTOKUM BtPTP

-- -- - I:* CIRCUIT COURT. lRADII'ORD State Board nf
.. Sue Hlnson four- COUNTY, FLOK1DAI IN CNASCICRY. State of Edu"
her daughter, Mrs. May, In entertaining -with Brenda Florida 'WO

:. year-old daughter of Mr. and BrookerBy GrahamBy n.<
HamptonBy Enjoying this occasion with the, Mrs. B. L. Hlnson, when she entertained James. Thomas Kerr Defendant. clock land lit. SU"'lll''Orn'b.Rt It"il
Casa No. 6919. for In > 11
1 1
little honoree Lamar Brown, on her natal day witha
were Mrs T. W. Markey Mrs. John McKinney ORDER OF1 PUBLICATIONAND described as tolloae.OkD
Mrs. M. C. Sweeney small lawn An out-of- NOTICE TO APPEAR W' of
Howell Williams, Richard Johns, party. 8W"
STATE! or FLORIDA to: James or S'CUDn;
e ., Edwin and W. H. Johns, Connie, town guest was her small cousin Thomas Kerr whose residence and so1y: acr South. Ran,.I.
Sweeney Frances and Bruce Hall Michael Denton, of Starke. RITES HELD FRIDAY Mrs. Rosia Jones and daugh- address IB: unknown: THIS NOTICE II
TINY TOTS LUNCHEON of You are required to appear on pliance With pgbllshy<<
Brenda Sue Hlnaon. Vernon and of Mrs. FOR MIIS. STOKESMrs. ten, Mrs. Ruby Weaver, Tampa "
entertainedthe Grady Williamson, son September 28, 1947, In the above and 270.09. "
Miss Sylvia May' Lea ton For yth, Marcelene and Garfield Johns, was) entertained Lola Dyal Stokes well- were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl named Court and cause, wherein :'r "r bitlder is1p,1advertising
aaaks dlvorca. Bradford
primary class of the Christian Charles Prevatt Sue Ellen Chai on Monday night at the Salvation known resident of Bradford Coun Jones last week. County plaintiff Telegraph shall publish this ? cost

Sunday School last Wednesday at tain, Dudley Hardy and Billy May. Army Camp, near KeystoneHeights ty, died early Thursday morning: Mr. and Mr Bill Cain Louise Order In next four weekly issues.Witness .h.uab1r.ct"t0nh.n"? n
my hand and official unto Itself aU pVtroS?"<*l
noon with a delightful luncheon, with an Informal party, Sept. 4, In the Starke hospital Dempsey Enos Crews and Mrs. final at Starke, Florida, this Au.u.tII. minerals; and >>m..u'n'thereunder. ? Ph
given In the recreation hall. Chit honoring his birthday anniversary after an illness of two weeks. L. B. Ratliff were in Jacksonvlll 1947.OFFICIAL. they
SEAL) A. J. Thomas, The State
dren's games were enjoyed and School opened on Monday with A number of young people from Mra. Stokea was born at Gra- last Tuesday on business. A. Clark of said Court. ...r"... the Board rlllht nf It4Uta\

several prizes awarded the lucky an enrollment of approximately Hampton attended. ham, the daughter of the late Oscar Mrs. Ida Jones and daughter, T. Frank Landrum Starka, Fla.Attya. alt bids. 10 reJ..t
for Pit. 8-28 4t -19 BY ORDER
youngster 107 students Mrs. Ola M. Per- Mrs. Susanna Dyal of Cocoa la and Murrlah Murrhee Dyal. Betsey and nephew, Willie Strick- Education of or the the Btot.

kins, formerly of Starke, Is the spending this week with her sister She was loved and honored ball land were visiting relatives In IN! CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD ATTEST Millard: F. Caldwetl'l.

BIRTHDAY CELE lUTloNS: new principal, with Miss Dorothy Mrs. Llnnle Seley. who knew her, and was always Nichols last weekend.Mrs. COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CIIANCK11V. ; Colin Enrrlllb

Spencer May son of Mr. and Swanbom of Lawtey. as teacher: Mrs. Gilbert Lamoreaux left ready to lend a helping hand to F. M. Griffin of Gainesville Gladys Williamson Varnaa Plaintiff 5.11 State Board or EduCltlon,
Mrs. W. F. May celebrated his of the intermediate grades, and betendant.Case : 6t 9.11
where she those In sickness and distress week. va. Otis Oran Varnea,
last Friday for Tampa the sick list this
'p seventh birthday anniversary Tues Mrs. Floy-Sullivan! and Mrs. May She was a devoted member of the Is on No. 6874.ORDER in CIRCt'tT ;;;;
will spend a week with her sister Mr. and Mrs. John McKinneyand OF" PUBLICATIONAND COUNTY. A
afternoon of last week witha Sweeney teaching primary grades. FLORIpjteVERY.
day In-Iaw. Mrs. Margaret Lorenzo, Dedan Baptist Church. guestsof NOTICE) TO APPEAR I
party given by his mother at The cafeteria kitchen has been remodeled children were supper STATE) OF FLORIDA to: Otis Julian A. .
Survivors her husband McITIche
and other relatives Mrs. Will Melton In Wald Oren Varnas, whose residence la un- v.. Constance t J",,
their home. during the summer holidays P.
B. Stokes three daugh- known. '
Henry ; dant. Case eVltf" wt
After playing outdoor games, and comes up to all health Mrs. David Dyal and son ters Mrs. Edd Polk. Brooker, Sunday night. You are required to appear on ORDER OF
Jimmy, have returned to their! of Pahokee Is September 22, 1947 In the abovanamed AND PI'lItlCA
the little folks were served cake requirements of sanitation and ef- Mrs. E. L. Johnson Lake Butler, Mrs. Lee Court and cause, wherein
and fruit punch. Miniature baskets ficiency. Mrs. Nlta Johnson and home here after visiting relativesin and Mrs. Gerald Roberts, Starke; visiting her brother-in-law and plaintiff seeks divorce. Pradford Constant P
of candy were given as fav- Mrs. Clifford Prevatt are enter- Orlando. four sons, Marvin, Elmer, and< sister Mr. and Mrs. Louis Demp- Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish issues.Witness this. Srtfh You Street are Blrminghariy e

ors. Mrs. Minnie Johns assisted Ing their second year in the culinary Mrs. Horace D. May returned Earl Stokes, all of Brooker, and sey, this week. my hand and official seal September 19 rO'llIlroI, 19tT. In I. t
at Starka, Florida this the .
home In Venice Mrs. L. A. Dyal of August 16, September 19,
department and serve luncheons Sunday to her Henry B. Stokes, Jr., Texas City Mr. 1947.OFFICIAL. named Court 1947. In Ib,

that are nutritional and after spending several days with Texas; five sisters, Mrs. A. W. Brooker and Fred Dyal of Lake- ( AA Clerk A. said Court plaintiff leeks and divorce.
economical. Homer Green her C. L. and W. F. of Mr. and Mrs. of County
C. sons, May Mrs. O. D. Strick- land were guests D. Telegraph ihall
Britt Ocala C.
continues as caretaker and custodian May and their respective families. land. Plant City, Mrs. Dock HU Bill Cain Saturday.Mrs. Robert. :; cltll Duncaner:: nch'Bldg.; ., Order Witness in next my our hand W"OFFIciAI eabl:
of the school building and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jennings hard Pompano, Mrs. J. G. Hil, Maude Graves Is improving AU!'. for Pit. Florida 8-23 4t 1-12 Beal 1947.at Starke, Florid, thh

grounds giving an all-year ser- who had resided In Hampton for Hard Trilby, Mrs. W. T. Wasdin, nicely at this writing. She was ( SEAL)
the day with her T.n......... A. Clerk of Court'fly ,
vice.A the past year, left recently for Waldo; three brothers T. I. Dyal, able to spend II,FloridaAua..t J94T Lucille C. (oald
newcomer In school Interests their new home in Atlanta Ga. Gainesville, Irvin Dyad Graham, daughter Mrs. Edward Broughton, NOT. OlD T. Frank Landrum, 9larkeI D. Co.

DRY La the local bus driver, Mrs. Alma They were accompanied by their and Lee Dyal Ocala. last Friday.Mr. NOTICE) Is. hereby !riven that the Atty. for Plf. l-lll

Saxon with her attractive sta- small son, Bobby. Funeral services were held last and Mrs. Louis Dempseywere I

C11 ABU Y tion wagon transporting rural Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock In visiting relatives In High '
Mr. and Mrs. Omar Parker and

AT ITS BEST Theressa children., experienced Cleveland Sullivan bus driverof of I little son, Buford, who have spent Dedan Baptist Church with the Springs Horace Sunday.McKinney of Waldo Is TilE PICTURE YOU '

f ...-... the past season In Homestead, ;Rev. C. A. Crosby officiating. In- with his DIDN'T TAKE TODAY I

;; l The Life- Of Your Clothes In many years of the standing Bradford again is ,have returned to their home here. terment was In Dedan Cemetery spending a few Mrs.days John McKlnicy. par-. CAN NEVER BE TAKEN r'1:1J
d charge large under the direction of DeWitt C ents, Mr. and
Depends On The CAKE High School bus. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kelly, who Jones. TOMORROW

'} They Receive. All Garments I have been visiting the Adklns Fall bearers' were Coleman Those who were visiting Mrs NOW Is the time to get

Carefully HAND REVIVAL BEGINS SUNDAY relatives here, have returned to Padgett. Howard Mott Sanford Maude Graves Sunday were Mrs. MQVIES of those growing

' Finished I The Rev. Lloyd L. King, of Orlando their home in Miami. Mr. and Hicks, John PlnholBter, Malcolm Johnson of Camp Blandlng, Mrs. Youngsters. You don't have to

'r will begin a two weeks Mrs. Gerald Adkins spent last Harrell and Truman Dyal of Brooker, and buy expensive Cameras or Projectors
Lloyd Padgett.
PHONE meeting at the First Baptist weekend in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Graves of Daytona to make movies of your

Church on Sunday, Sept. 14. The Mrs J. T. Guy has been visitIng CARD OF THANKSWe Beach. own. We will rent them to you If1OBSfAid

Rev. King is well remembered in Gainesville this week, the wish to extend our heart- Mrs. Hillard Broughton of for a very small fee and your GOLDENRUCE ALWIN

here holding a meeting in the guest; of Mrs. Ethel PIckren and felt thanks to all who so kindly Gainesville spent Sunday with Mr. only Investment Is the film. SW/N6oi

same church early last February. her sister-in-law Mrs. Williams. assisted us during the sickness and Mrs. Carl Broughton. Come In today for further ,
While here, he will be located at Mrs. Mary Lee Vining and Miss Information
and death of our beloved wife and
IMSEANER the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Madge Gay of Jacksonville spent CEMETERY WORKING HILL'S
mother also for the
the week-end here. Miss Vining ; Hollywood Camera
Tidwell.A workIng
There will be a cemetery -
flowers sent.-Husband and chil-
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. COFFEE SHOl
at Elzey Chapel on Friday, and Gift ShopCall
110 Washington St., Starke number of little friends enjoyed D. W. Johnson and Miss Gay the dren of Lola Dyal Stokes.

last Wednesday afternoonLET'S guest of Miss Martha Home. September 19. All Interested per- St. at R. R. Starke 151 WEST CALLSTARKE !
Mrs. C. L. Atkinson and daughters sons are urged to come preparedto
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.T. FLA.Let I
Joyce and Irene, spent Tues- work.
f t C. Chastaln were Mrs. J. L. afternoon Hale.
) day in Starke. -O. P.
HAVE SOME FUN Chancey and Mrs. Ethel Chastain,
Mrs. Tyler Jones and children
,)t both of Palm Beach. Mr. and IN CIRCUIT << BRADFORD
were visiting relatives In Calla- FLORIIIAI IN CHAN-
I' Mrs. Carlton Chastain entertained COUNTY.

See The Fights all brother Sunday and guests aiater-ln-law, Mrs. Chastaln's Mr. and han recently.Mrs.. Reddish. Andrews and chil- William neatrlcI'M.J. Andrea Andrea, Defendant.Plaintiff Case... Us Install You A MODERN BATHRC

,f dren and mother of New River
1 1i Mrs. Eldon Sapp and family of N0ORDER PUBLICATION
lellbronn. attended the revival meeting at AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR Or Remodel and Modernize Your Present (

It t BoomTown the Baptist Church Saturday 'STATE! OF FLORIDA to WilliamJ.
i :'i Mr. and Mrs D. V. Underwood Andrea whose residence la: 611VTardell
and children of Gainesville, were night. Street, Lone Branch, New

Every Friday Night, 8:30 P M. Isltors here Saturday. Mrs. Un- dren Mrs.and Reddish mother Andrews of New and River chil-attended J.ra.YoU.,.. are required to appear onSeptember ONE TO THREE YEARSTO
in the above
,' :':! erwood, former principal of 11, 1MT.
\ the revival at the named Court and cause, wherelrUlntlff
Operated on Donations Only Hampton School is now on the > seeks divorce Bradtord PAY. NO DOWN
Baptist Church Saturday night.
faculty of the Keystone Heights County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder
'I Mr. and Mrs.. Roy Green were In next four weekly lI.eues.
School. hand and ottlcl.1.Ad
Witness my PAYMENT
shopping In Gainesville Monday. at Rtnrke. Florida this August
/ t I morning ID--19-i7: -
\ l Mrs. Kermit Sikes and son of A. Clerk of .old Court. CALL 144 OR SEE US AT 335 TEMPLE AVEM|
i Alachua were visiting her parents 3y Luollle C. Conner PitS
\ v William D. Morgan, ; Floor
Mf. and Mrs. Rufus Noegel Clark Bid*, Jacksonville, Fla.

; I Monday afternoon. Atty. for Plf. a-11 4t .-11 Shull Plumbing & Heati

t bet Mr. and Mra. Francis RUBS and IN! CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD ,

n1oy d baby of Lake City were week-end COUNTY FLOI1IDAI IN CHAN- STARKE FLA.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vance CFJRY. ,
i 'arlton B. Sanderson, Plaintiff vs
s F5o Ruse. Thelma Odell Sanderson; Defendant.Ca.e :

,t utteasl Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mints and No. 6916.ORDER OF. PUBLICATIONAND

ors children of Jacksonville spent a NOTICE TO APPEAR

AtttaC few days here last week with L.R STATE Odell OF FLORIDA whose to:residence Thelma
hi ) Sanderion
+ 4) r Qalney. net known la 5(4 Rlverdale Are..

% I d Allen Thomas of Apopka spent Yonkers You are, New required York to: appear on or R. B. Alvarez & So

1 the weekend with Malcolm Lewis. before September 89th 1947 In the
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Newsome of above named Court and ':
r o r wherein plaintiff peeks divorce and
I Iyt
y. \:, Starke were dinner guests of Mr. no other relief. Bradford County

{ n and Mrs. Curtis Melvin Sunday.Mr. Telegraph neat four shall weekly publish leeuee.this OrderIn Transfer &. Storage Co

and Mrs. Ben Holland with Witness my hand and official'
Mrs. Jessie and of Seal at Stark. Florida thin 26th
Conerly baby .
of August, 1947.
r Vauchula, were guests of Mr. and (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomae, Phone 9105
t Mrs. A" Clerk of said Court. Moving and
Lloyd of last
4 f Barry part John J. Henderson, Eaq., St. Augustine -
,_ s. r Florida, for Plf.
.; Attya. B
\ Long
week.Mr. Local and
and Mrs. Gene Hazen of 1.19 4t 11.19 Operate

a' Arcadia !and! Harley Hazen of I Well Known Man Felt :;-! tance Anywhere In The State

Center Hill
were weekend guestsof Florida.
1-. f z O. W. Hazen. Like Swollen Balloon; .
1. Mra. Ruby Waldln and childrenof Also Hauling Anywhere In St"rke City Liml
r c : Full Of Stomach Gas
Wlldwood are visiting her parents -
'fj i gra EVERGLADES Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelley. Recently a well known man
P .-.ye 1 e'i .e'- REPTILE GARDENS Mrs. Pitt Baxter spent the first
r stated that he used to feel like a
a+ t 4 ; e Florida. Bonita will Springs especially of the week In Graham with her swollen balloon after every meaLHe

1ry >* later, Mrs. Altha Dyal.
r r. y attract those would bloat full of gas and
Iltl e! interested In our 'i Mr. and Mrs. Mack Lewis of pit up acidulous) liquids for hours

# ; ;, f last vanishing wild. Jacksonville spent Sunday with 'after eating. Was terribly con-
i rN 111* Her you Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Lewis.
This Is of the
Iri stipated. man one
sea the fascinating 'r"e Drew Reddish and Pete Reddish -
hundreds In this who
vicinity now
creatures ol the Ef.'
erg lad... one of of Heilbronn Springs spent praise INNER-AID. He atates he

/ ? e.... America's last great Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. was amazed at the results whenhe

I f, :. wilderness r..,Iona. Vernon Edwards.Mr. took this medicine. Now he
w .r A visit to Everglades and Mrs. Tom Edwards) of eats what he wants without
v iy Reptile Car
Worthington Springs were visitIng -
dens will bring or bloating, and bowels are reg-
4I you Mrs. Eva Clemons last week.
y, ieN .' many pleasant swua..o. ular for the first time In years.,
Lubedla Ptnholster and
prises. He feels like a new man.
Mrs. Wilson Green were shopping INNER-AID contains 12 Great

In Gainesville Friday morning. Herb; they cleanse bowels, clear wllbIrel

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and gas from stomach, act on sluggish -

Enjoy the Southeast's Famous hlldre* were visiting Mr. and liver and kidneys. Miserable

Mrs. W. H. Hinton In Waldo Sunday people soon feel different all over. .._ -,

afternoon.Mr. So don't go on suffering! Get wardrobe

Regional Beer and Mrs..Leander Parriah INNER-AID. Sold by all drugstores

and Mr. and Mrs. Den Folk of (Adv.)
t OYou'll Trenton were visiting relatives

here last week.
Protect Your Upholstery
Mr. and :Mrs. Grady Baxter of For that immaculate look of Shad
Baldwin spent Saturday afternoonwith With Good Durable
always experience a pleasant surprise ness, always have your garmea44
her mother :Mrs. Annie e wed
when you refresh yourself with TAX the Southeast's : Lewis.. SEAT COVERS cleaned here. Our specially de; I

famous (and favorite) Beer of Friendship. Because processes are more thaaye, '

r JAX is especially brewed to IN precious
please j COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHAN.CEHT. : your
i this brew I << !: TAILORED TO odor-free W
tastes grand brings you distinctive flavor, delighted with our
Fl. M. ,
Klley Campbell Plaintiff
j; mellow goodness,and genuine satisfaction. Alwaysask 3 ..... Audlay T. Campball. Defendant. FIT YOUR free grime-free rejuvenation 0ioU

lor JAX and assure yourself of the superior en- Caaa No. 6917ORDER :OF PtTBUCATtOK INDIVIDUALAUTOMOBILE best dresses. To keep your as

.1' joyment of a beer that's brewed especially to please AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR trim and lovely looking phone
I1 .. STATED! OF FLORIDA to: Audlay
regional tastes. ... T. Campbell, whoa raaldanca and
addraas la: Unknown.You .
I WrfN w kw Iff......, le.tld NHI.ga.. eNry'eI Ja ..... .are required to appear onOctober In Colors To Suit
above PHONE 135
1. 1941 In the
named Court and wherein
Cauaa. Your Taste ROBT. 315
plaintiff aeeka divorce. Bradford
County Telea-raph shall publish this I
JAX BREWING: COMPANYJ Order In next four weekly I....... GREEN Tenpli
i i4 Wltnos. my hand and' official STARKE.SEAT ,
rt Jat seal at Starka. Florida .this Baptember -
1. un.CO..ICIAL COVER CO. Owner
A C'1e SEAL) A. J. Thomas A'S.FRIDAY .
$ O N V I Lit '
: FLORID A Aa Clerk of _lei Court.By .-*
& Madison
Court Sts.
Soy JAX -r Yow con'l buy U".,r taw of Irficllla C Conner D. C. ,
any price T. Frank Land..... Stark.. ..
Attr. lop Pit. I-I 4t t-lt ,




Hampton BaptistsTo Presbyterian ChurchJ. all of Jacksonville I for a year's subscription Mill, whose >
torchNews Begin RevivalRev. State.Farir Otis McRae of Safety Harbor I' You have no doubt heard the Ian.You: are required. la appear an

Warren Kaufman. Pastor I spent the weekend with Mr. and old saying down thereIt will be 9vptenb.r to, 1847, In the "riovnmiioil .

Morning Worship and Sermon at By Mrs. Bryan Whltflvld Mrs. H. M. McRae and Mr.. and a cold day In August before I do Cart...ka end divorce cause and, wh r.....tor.ntlon r.lnrtlnlniiff .

11 o'clock Sunday. Theme: "An Mrs. Arthur. McRae. He also that-well. If you were In L.A. of malilon rmma. lradfordI'mintr I
Tabernacle Ancient Contrast". Telegraphhall. publlnh. this
he visited Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRaeat now you might have to make such Order' In next. four weakly iNauaai.Wltnoxn ,

The Young Indies' Choir will Mr. and Mrs W. G. String Crosby Lake and met many of a statement good because It In .my hand and offlclaja
Friday .
[ service nl at mark, Florid. 4
fa*l5.nced the pres- ting "O Lord Moat Merciful" by; fellow and Miss Melba Strlngfel his old friends on the streets of quite chilly. Two blankets feel use n. 1141.O..CIAI.' this Aug.
"II Cesar Franck and the Junior Choir low left Saturday on a trip to< Starke. comfortable at night ( HHAI.' ) A. J. Thomas,
Wilson of Charlotte, A. Clerk of paid. Cnurt.Icy .
GradY Christ Work- will render "Thank You God For several eastern points. They will Mr. and Mrs. Y. T. Myrick and It's a great country out here I.uclll O. Conner D. C.Ororn .

a youth! For attending the v All I Have" by John Stainer. go sightseeing In New York, City; small sons of Alabama are visit. and a wonderful year 'round climate end Or....", tttsrke. FlorldavAttya. .
for Flf. -.t 4t e-1.
had been Lake and The Sunday School which meetsat and Washington, D. C. and will ing Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick. I predict that Los Angeleswill -

ace al Swan 9:43: provides classes for. each visit Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bark- be the largest city In the
Starke bylira Mr. and Mrs.
to H. M. McRae and
panted age group. ley In Newburgh N. Y.. and other world In the next 15: Last l i rinriiT .cornr. PU""OOD
John Minder Spon- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and years. r""'\'.\. .'..ollln.... IN CHAN-
i. ( Visitors are cordially welcomedto relatives In Philadelphia Pa. Sunday I checked the distance to f :av.
Conference. Mr. ,Wll.a baby were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Almatn; A : .
all Wallpn. Plaintiff v" *
e services. get out of town and drove
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johns and 73:
fine message on: Owen McRae In Midway section dank K. Wallen, fendant, Cue
d B their son, Kenneth, are with Mr. miles and wan still In town. That's No. 6914.U1U.
rat Spirit". Oala- near Lake Butler last Friday.Rising .
St. Mark's a fact. Better come out and
4err EpiscopalServices and Mrs. Lawrence Dugger since nee NOTIOK TU APPHAR

122, 23. Mr. Johns' recent reemployment 11 for yourself STATE OF FL.OKU1A lot Jack R.wallen. .

.?,' of young people from at St. Mark's Episcopal here. Claude Johns Jr., remained' J. L. (Lewis) Shriven, dr.. let. whoa ll Yale rnaltlano Avenue' Asheville and ad-

stop Baptist Church aced Church Rev. S. W. Creasey In Belle Glade to complete his 353: : S. New Hampshire Ave. North Carolina
their pastor and Los You are required to appear on
J I by minister: senior year of high school work. Angeles :S, Calif. 1847. In the above
Mrs. W A. Scott, :: :,i"C.rl: anJ 1 ,
r. and Sunday: Church School 10 a. m.; By Mrs Edward: Norman eauiie whereinplntntlfr
Miss Louise Cox of Montverdi .....k. divorce and reator
ant Saturdayrinight.. I Morning Prayer. & Sermon 11 spent the first part of this week .. minus don of maiden' name BradfordCounty
Meeting- a. m. Teloirraprt. ahall. publlelt this
of Ormond led the with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox. Mr and Mrs. Emory Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Moody, Order In next four weekly laauea.Wltneaa .
ICarnell Friday: Short service and Bible
T and Mr. Scott conducted Lloyd L. King of Orlando Study 7:30( p. m. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North and sons. Reed and Mead and daughter Green Cove Springs, boy (Dwight at Mtark my. Florida hand ,and this offlola.1anal August I

,riled Bible Quiz. There will conduct a revival meeting at their son, Billy were visitors of Mrs. Paul Faulkner, have re Lamar). August 17. 19( 1947.OFFICIAL'
8B1AI. A. J. Thomasa
tine group present of the the Hampton Baptist Church REVIVAL TO BEGINAT Mr.. and Mrs J. M. North In turned home after. a visit with M..... and :Mrs. Martin M. Load- Clerk of aald )Court.

who al- starting Sunday, Stockton, Ga., Sunday. relatives In Fort Myers and Plant Hf luiPllla C. Connn n. C.
folks September 14.
older holt Lake .
d I the "LITTLE CHURCH"Revival Butler girl (Thelma), U. O. Brown atarka, rto."'..
y tie programs of thepeople. and continuing through September services will begin Sun- H. O. Davis Jr., Is at home fbi r City.Albert August 18. Alty. for Plf. l-t U tIt:

i. 28. day night at the "little church on the between-sessions holidays of: Underhlll of Miami Is M..... and Mrs James L. Chitty,

messare Sunday morning Brownlee road" (Congregational the University of Florida. Gaines- visiting friends and relatives In Klngsley Lake, boy (Mlchatl Hus CHDK.t-tTS I

ought by R..1. Gomes, sor of the Tabernacle gave a very Methodist) with Rev. Abb Padgettof ville.Visitors this section this week. ton), August 20.
:% JII"luM.SlllilII
I pastor who used as the timely message on "The Red White Springs (In charge. Ser- of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard T. Johns;

K to talk Col. 314.: Com- Tide" In the light of prophecy as vices will be held each evening at Murray during the past week were daughter. Carolyn were visitingMr. Hampton girl Emily (Owelila) .

I was olmerved.! it being the' shown clearly In Rev 8:10,11( and 7:30: o'clock and the revival will Mr.. and Mrs. Kenny Dorn and Jones' brother and sister-in- August 25.:

nodal IOf the month. In many other places in the Scrip- close on the third Sunday with daughter, Janet, and Mr. and Mrs. law Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jones of Mr..
and Mrs.
Joseph a. Itauler-
evening hour the Spon- tures. dinner on the grounds.Lawtey. Phil Dora, all of Jersey City, N. Zellwood last Saturday.Mr. .
son, Starke boy .Tommle Edward
J. Dr. Murray's mother. Mrs M.
The N.L.E.A. .
met Monday even- and Mrs. Edward Norman

Ing for a prayer session and to 'Ashurst, was also their guest and son, Herbert, and Mrs. Jean- ), August 22.
Jackson Rivers of Grand Ridgewas < Mr. and Mrs. James B. Rosier, I I
transact business. Much good is ette Jones and son, Eugene and
> and Mrs Starke boy (Harry Wayne) August
being Julius Edward In
accomplished by the Lay- were visiting
P. S. Crews and Mr. and Mrs. C. 24.
men's Evangelistic Association Brooker Sunday. :Mrs Jones and .
By L. n. Futch D. Sellers Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Bush,
through Nat Williams In the plac- sons are making their home with

ing of cards, bearing Scripture Frances Caldwell spent Satur- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nor Starke boy (David Larry), August I r er i

quotations, In busses and taxis LAYMEN'S MEETING I day with Mary Rivers Stubbing In man 26.
Starke. Mr. and Mrs Ralph dainty,
and railroad stations and other
public places. The Methodist Laymen's Association Mr. anti Mrs. J. R. Parker and Jack Haley Stars Starke, girl (Linda Elizabeth),.

of the Gainesville District daughters, Clarissa and Andrea August 28.Mr. .

Bible met with the Lawtey Church last' were guests of relatives and In New Park FilmJack .. and :Mrs. Wilson S, Rivers, ,

Story Hour Thursday. September. 4. This Is friends In Tampa last week-end. Lake Bustler. girl (Constance I

To Resume TuesdayThe an organization of laymen and Mr.. and Mrs. Lyle Noland came Haley, the popular comedian Elaine), August 27. -

women from several churches in by plane Saturday from their: of stage, screen and radio, Mr.. and Mrs. William R. Pugltt -

Community! Bible Story the district. The Lake Butler home In Orlando and visited Mr. will be seen in his newest film, Starke, boy (Billy Ray), August "FIN** Phi. P..UI1 ..""

Hour which was started three Hjgh Springs and St. Johns and Mrs. A. C. Thomas for several "Vacation In Reno" at the Park 28. r

years ago under the leadershipof churches were represented At' days this week. Mr. NOland Theatre for three days starting Mr. and Mrs Ivory B. Thompson STARKE DRY CLEANERS

Mrs. W. J. Churchwell, will resume seven o'clock the ladles of the piloted the plane. Sunday. Completing the program Lawtey boy (Reginald La- J

Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 16. host church served dinner to those Mr. and Mrs O. C. Mann returned will be two shorts and mar), August 29. AND LAUNDRY

immediately following school. The present, and after dinner Judge E.I to their home in Macon, news. Mr, and Mr* Dewey W. Fowler, PHONS 21 CHIN IlllDINGBirthday

sessions will be held In the usual! I K Perryman of Starke spoke on Ga.. Sunday after having been Next Wednesday. and Thursday Starke, boy (Larry Wilson), August t

PHARMACIST place the Methodist recreation 'the duties of the laymen. The the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. E the Park will present a double 31.

next meeting will be in Lake Butler -: Griner since Wednesday. Accompanying feature attraction combining Mr. and Mrs. Farley Austin,

lone 61 STARKE hall.Mrs.. Churchwell will be assisted at which It Is planned to discuss Mr. and Mrs. Mann here "Lover Come Back" with George Maxvllln, boy (Farley Eldrctlge),

by her same faithful of the work of the Sunday were their daughter and granddaughter Brent, Lucille Ball and Vera August 31. y
t-the-Minit Service corps School. Mrs. Harry Brighamwho Zorina, with "Home Sweet Homi Mr. and Mrs. William E. Baker,
workers, Mrs. R. A.
including after a visit with Mr. and cide" starring Peggy Ann Garner, Keystone Heights, girl (Bernice
Green pianist Miss Kate Struth, Miss Lou Edwards, of Jacksonville AND WEDDING
Randolph Scott, and Lynn Barl. Carroll), Sept. 1.IN .
and little Miss Cherie Brigham,
treasurer. Mrs. Titus the weekend In Law-
Olson sec- spent
I! Here is a soothing retary, and Miss Oleeta Green. try as! a guest of her parents Mr. Mrs. Grlner, went on to Miami and Friday and Saturday Sept.will 19, CIHrt'lT ('rilT. IUI"I>KOIIIrixiwi'r. ) I II
20, the Park's double feature CAKES
helper. and Mrs. Will Edwards. from there proceeded by plane to '. "'.OIU"'"/ IN. CIIAIX.Kitr. .
be "River Gang" with Gloria Jean, < II
prifeclhfa treatment lorILETE'SFOOT their home In California.
The sponsors of the Story Hour Rev. G. V. Lee, pastor of the and "It Happened Out West" with Lillian; Hill, Plnlntlff, v.. Williei
Baptist Church was In Mr. and Mrs. D. C Sellers and <'. 11111 Uc.f.nrtant. Caen No It'Mfl.OHUKR .
are very anxious that parents see Lawtey Patricia Willard visited Mr. and Paul Kelly and Judith Allen. OF 1'ITBLICATION I
that their children attend. The Brooker last week assisting In revival AND NOT1CII TO AfPIQAHSTATW
services there. Mrs. .T. Outlaw' In Waldo Sun- OF" FLORIDA tot WIIIU LeuK
fall study will consist of Bible I

In ILl nESI IELPR FROM221111111ILIIA'IALM characters and the story of their" The Youth Fellowship of' the day.Enroute from their" home In Atlanta :\

lives, given in full colored pic Lawtey Methodist Church wentto I Ga., to visit relatives In Letter BoxBETTER

hMr' ...1..... .. wining pain tures. Melrose last Monday evening to Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall A,

V adios l Sri kill' all riVI elli Next Tuesday there will be an attend a sub-district meeting in overnight J
Jr. were
Bouvier, ,
""""< that city. Miss Adel Dtnklns Is r
iMonllr cmi I.Athlete's foot added feature-a 28-mlnute sound
and Mrs. J A. Bou- OFF Nf\W
k I-M 'iliulvM,. tin ht ..ce.- movie in color "Wings Over Latin the sponsor of the Lawtey young guests of Mr.

.. ... rMd, ."", _'. Foot people. vier Friday. Miss Cecilia McRaeof 22 1947 a
America". There will also be Aug. .
also the guestof
and Pan... ,,- pemeaa After three months' vacation, McIntosh was
[*mr, orach.4, peetlnej *r ....? plenty of singing school students of M..... and Mrs. J. A, Bouvier Dear Editor: t rJ e d
the senior high editorialof
in for In 2Sc Haircut"
Me rot m .... feet.In Many surprises are store during the week, having been your
LaWtey were seen leaving for 8 said that the OUR SPECIALTYAny
those who attend August
regularly. until you
Nam taint ll n .//I.c'''',' In with them from Thursday
t fcMiu' foot i i. that it gets >c the Starke last Monday to continueheir dollar Is worth only BOo now.

..It"t"t: by killm* ill FIVE of education In Bradford High Monday.Mr. Conceding that this Is true Isn't I
',.o """ "' Then highly Methodist Church and Mrs. J. B. Taylor of
'ohm nsoid. and parasites grow School. It better for all concerned that MealAny Hour
*", fmpMat j feet. So Ewe, Mrs. Rosalie McLeod who has Jacksonville were overnight guestsof the: worker, farmer, and small I
Nulm ii afford fa helping keep The young people of the First fifth In the Law. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen Delicious .
ass pvtipiraiion. Further, Ita Methodist Church who attended taught the grade business! man (or about 900 peo- IHINUTH' ROWS. PIES .
"l''AWI c lnr liemi work FAST tey School, left last Saturday for Thursday. ple out of every 1000) are able I
-- .
'fa' lad itching. Assemblies this summer give CAKES FKKNCII nitEADPAIlKEll
Lake City where she baa accepted of these 50o dot-
to: have 0 to 100
rand. the service BOLLS
at morning
*S lnat' .. ''nf.et'." a report 1IOUHH
h"I la a rub with Naurabalm to Sunday. The speakers will in- work in the school. lars In his pocket than for it to f 00 NOr RUN ANa1NrOIMATIAN

.*... ham' and to help provost. a Smith Green Rev. G. V. Lee, pastor of the Pine, LevelBy be as In the capitalistic days of eUUAUUJioC"we'lL
clude Ruby
H..10..caw from darelopini.f Billy local Baptist Church was! the supply Hoover when 999 people out of CLAD AMsnr'W

f des b. i delightful lad to u..l! It leant. and Peggy Dale. They will also speaker In the Orange Lake Mr II. M. McRae each 1000 didn't have even one of IN ?IAINNINO ltivih TRIP Lappe Bakery
".Inthoe0 of the work
(twaae. a synopsis .
give .
a.ky.. dOM nOl name *. kin at the Baptist Church last Sunday.Mrs. those |1 dollars and a lot of folksdidn't
'rid Ml destroy c rou.. Gee a bot- being accomplished Paul Dinklns spent last have a thin dime 312 Call Street
m haw quickly It brio and assemblies.! I Mrs. W. B. Hall spent The Auto Fountain
: camps husband in Tlfton Rev. and
'then J. Heed airectloas i fa week with her The producer of the country's PHONE 16
for a GIber slush" !. Informetiaa. At The pastor. will speak Sunday Ga., where he Is presently employ- Tuesday and Wednesday of last wealth is entitled to a fair. share Madison & Walnut St. Free Delivery' Service
2I/ >. end City
HM bottle morning on "Rebuilding week at Hilliard visiting their
'''IIIt.IetI..In....11104, kanlng, ... and of this wealth.I Starke, : Fla.
Walls"-a sermon to the young ed.Rev. son-in-law and daughter M. .
of Starke !
.. truliai. itching til i.. S. E. Sparks was am a native Southerner. ---- r
people based on Neh. .::8. guest speaker in the Lawtey Baptist Mrs. J. E. Murrhee. T. O. (Tex:) Bradley

URA'BALM Young people will meet at 7 ; Church last! Sunday. :Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Alvares of Wllllsvllle HI.

[ p. m., and the evening service at The City Council will meet in Orlando spent Saturday night -

nil Of ran COMMON AtMllirt- 8 o'clock will be evangelistic with the council room on Monday, Sept. with Mr.. and Mrs. Robert My- Aug. 18 1941

loot IUMOI ON contact congregational singing. IS: to transact such business as rick.We Illness Dear Editor: "There Goes Another
Wednes- to report the
Meeting each This meeting are sorry
Prayer be necessary.
may Bitch and Hla.In. Just a line to air. my view as ,
at 8 m. .. the of the of Mrs. Janle
day p. is called to take place have done of late about
The Official Board met and Labor Day meeting.The Clougb. We miss them sc so many '
In Starke and
ONG COMICS endorsed the goal of the church First Baptist Church will much at Sunday School and the surrounding things needed community.' All were Greyhound Bus!
In Its fourth phase of the Crusade hold a business! session next Wed- Church and hope they ideas and would Improve
bothIn good ,
Different Each Week for Christ program: doubling the nesday night. This is the last be well again. They are
the looks of our town and helpIt.
enrollment of the Church School.n.ILBRONN meeting of the associations Shadycrest Hospital Starke.
TCR business great excitement But every one has left out one That's Service!
The Happenings year and officers for the, There was Real
BAPTIST CBCTKCII following will be elected. I Sunday night at the Church when Important thing that you see no j
year home of R matter where you go-east west,
\ TO HAVE REVIVAL Lawtey Lodge F. A. M. was news came that the
north or south In or out of
0 down.
Beginning September. 15, the well represented at the District M. Crosby was burning
K brought tbnews. Starke. This Is litter-the garbagecans
Hellbronn Springs Missionary Bap- In Gainesville last Tuesday Mrs. O. B. Crosby
and bottles, and a good
Floyd Crosby papers
of and
west She
tist Church, seven I
a returning many other" things that aren't nice 1
Ballard highway. met in the Arthur McRae were
Starke on the Lawtey P.T.A.
service at Corinth to look at, to say nothing of the
from the
old-fashioned re- home
will conduct an school auditorium Tuesday .sanitation. t
will be conducted Church and saw' the flames. Manyof
The first week this week. '
vival. of
Ing Pine Level hur- There are not sufflclent Iralnage -
by well known pastors and Mrs. May Wells our efficient the people
ditches to take off the water
but the fir was
followed by a weekof is back on the Job ried to the scene
evangelists postmaster, when they arrived aa It Is; then by the time all the
C. B. under control
preaching by the Rev. liter two weeks vacation. Myrick garbage Is dumped In them it U
vf1Jo. Everyone Mr. and Mrs. Bishop
Emery of JackllO ; ol worse. I can't understand why .
all 'I
PARTY Susie Myrick,
invited to attend. Song R T. v. and Mrs
Is would want to dump garbage
McClellan entertained were recent guests anyone
Mrs Leslie Lake Geneva
and preaching
be at 7:30 j
service It surely
along the highway.
and Junior Robert Myrlck.
Mrs. .
the Intermediate of Mr.. and
at 8:00.: doesn't the But 27 DEPARTURES DAILY FROM
improve scenery.
B. T. V. classes last Friday night Mr.. and Mrs. II. M. Menu were 4
with a weiner roast at her home dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I* what Is still worse is to dumpIt
right In front of a home-and
near. Lawtey. .j. Conner In the Hellbronn sec- STARKE r
wknwegrowupYOU OAr. ",. Those enjoying this delightful tlon Sunday.We you will ise many Instances where
IF ..,,oIri( If drive along the
were Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. are glad to report that Agnes this Is done you ..
lots azid / party road. If our fellow men and women
lAg lAfTl hosier' and children, Edmund Norman 11-year-old daughter rule Test's top-notch highway transportation x-rtice Jor
Sandra Mr. Ernie Norman Is would only follow golden

ofG/,7g .J +A : 11'-- and Bobby.Mrs.Shirley J. D.and Overstreet Mr. of able Mr.to and return Mrs.home after spend more, how much nicer our lives your city. the kind your community really: dcsrrves.Greyhound's .

and Mrs J. P. Sullivan and chfl- ing seven! days In the Sh.adycre.tHoapltaJ. would be. -R. A. L. nameroas w I-tim..tl.IJ.tJule., with l loWe0tt

dren Jean Philip Sarah Lou. FIs. fares is maqaaQed by any oilier form of tra "|H>r.
rley F. and Patricia Mr. and R awl Mrs. W. E. Hall bad
Strong Wanda r. tat+oa. Count on Creyboood lor the best in service.
and children week Mrs. Irene
Gasklns last
Fisher as guest
Gilt Mrs. 26 1947
Aug. ,
Headquarters Monroe. Evon, Linda Gayle m- Thomas of Waycross. 0.. Mrs. J. STATION
In Mr. and )(n. Coleman of Anderson S. &, Dear Gene: ORIYHOUND BUS
Jewelry sine and Crawford Tommy.and sons. Junior C.Mr. and Mrs Joe Woodson and Fm back In business again on Starke Fla. LACY CON WAY, Agt. Phone 147

Cecil New Hampshire Av., In LoaAn..I.
Large> Selection of and Edmund also Mrs. Crawford's children. Mrs. Cady Faulk, and ... Have boon in Pdena '
BUckwelder. Mr.ud Faulk and daughter
-ond, and MountingsN mother. Mrs. Claude Mrs. Harry for quit a while but decided to

:Mrs. Jason HOllard.\ Cteraldlnm back to L. A. Fm klnda

Ml"1 Selection. ; of Watches PHONE ISOSTARKETAXISERVICE and Margie HlUlard.and children.Mr. and Billy Mrs.. Oero and Buddy and Sharon Orlffl%Sapp Ruby Carter, come anxious to know what gas on GREYHOUND

Jewebry Gifts la J r B. Oasklns and Mrs. D. R. Mary Lucille Osjiklns,, lass Flitch, in Bradford County after such: a
'nd Mr.
, ._ Starke I I a Betty. Raymond also and Mails Reddish. long Um so I.am enclosing money
and acs
Call Phone 153 Redding




STATE OF filed
Vet On-The-Farm tlonal agriculture building aBHS t Colored SchoolsTo Fresh ribbons stock of at excellent THE TELE-typewriter Oreaar last, whose known residence Is Norton and Virginia address -. COUNTY. FLOHIDAl CHANCEHV. above styled aQ MUT"1 ,oS

and a shop work period Is Get Buildings URAFII.li %" Veteran's Taxi Co. Leo Robert Allcood. Plaintiff, va ford County T..I.llrIPb. I
Training Program held each afternoon i Ir You are required to appear on or Joan Canova AllaTood, Defendant d..slcnated 'It
Saturday .
before October lath, 1947, In the Case No. 5917.ORDER which this Ordrllh pea.
Discussed At RotaryAn the same place. During these lat From BlandingThe above named Court and OF PUBLICATIONAND a we.WtTNESS. "
and NOTICE TO APPEAR onc.k fur
wherein plaintiff seeks divorce ... tour a
ter sessions the farm-vets are given CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD custody of children. Bradford STATB OF FLORIDA tot Joan Can- "
veterans' colored school in Starke will 1 COUNTY. FLORIDA I:* CRANCRRY. shall publish this ova residence is! hand
Insight Into the County Telegraph 'lf.o'tb'Wt of thin ur'a:
the opportunity to repair 01 1127 1-t ."Omaha, Nebraska d ,
receive two war surplus buildings Order In next four weekly .
on-the-farm training program was I Arthur M. Olenn Plaintiff vat!! official : A 1bidnl Stajkl4'
gained by members of the Rotary build farm equipment. Curry also, as an addition to Its facilities in Constance B Ulenn Defendant. seal Witness at Btarke.my :'1.:1d.ndthrtlc:: 9th You are required to appear on pS, ./ '

Club Wednesday when C. L. Curry visits each man in the programon Reno announces the office of the Case ORDER No. 1865.OF PUBLICATION of( :; h termlW'. J. Thomas, September named Court 19, and 1947 cause In ,tbe wherein shove Seal r ) A. 1

director. of the program In Brad- his farm once a week and must County School Superintendent. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Constance As Clerk of said Court. Plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford ie&spiece r I ..C.ui
The buildings are to be moved this STATE OF FLORIDA to! P-y Lucille C. Conner, D. C. County Telegraph shall publish this for
ford County, outlined the work spend 100 hours per man per H. .n'h.h residenceIn ; John J. Henderson Esq., St. Augustine Order In next .four weakly t. Co
week. Fort offtoisl' r h
1119 East
which Include classroom Instruction : Fla.Atty. Witness my hand and I
year on such field trips. Worth T.".... for Pit 9-12 4t 10-S seal at Starke, Florida, this August
Although the citizens of Reno
field trips, and shop Tou are required to appear on n, 1847. REAL
periods. In order to remain in the program are In the process of purchasinga October 13. 1947 In the above -- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thom .. ESTATE
named Court and cause, wherein IN CIRCUir OURT.. dRADFORDCOUNTY As Clerk of said Court. List
each veteran be ten-acre to be your
by must op- plot deeded to plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford PI'Opt.rty
Curry' talk wan augmented VLOHIUAI IN CIIANt'KRY. By Luollle C Conner 1> C. fe
two Dan B. Harley erating an "economic farm unit" the county for a new school site, County Telegraph shall publish thl.Ord..r Rivera! .A Anderson, Green C o V t with mI'. I have
farm-vets. In next four weekly Imiuei. Indfrey .. rob
John H. Plaintiff v. Springs, Fla. of
the title the
president of the Farming Veterans with a possibility of ultimately on property is not Witness my hand and official seal Christine Bolvn Godfrey. Defen Attys. for. Pit. -29 4t l-lt propt'1'tJ IG4
and Gene yet clear, and the new 20x100 ft at Stark., Florida, this September dant. Case No. 6935 many Pro po.cflve
of Bradford County using 4,000 productive manhoursof II. 1547.OFFICIAL. ORDER OH" PUBLICATION !. Clrralt Court. Elicalk JudicialClrralt. square deal but)
structures from
Long another participant In the Camp Blanding ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ANO NOTICE TO APPEAR !. end for JUradCord Cona- III C1Iaratt
labor annually. These units will be the As Clerk of said Canrjt. .. ... fair
Both described placed on present STATE or FLORIDA to: Christine tr, Florida C.a. ... COnuniShlon Ie Wl
program. men In size In different locations school site. By Lucille C. Conner D. C.Fleming Bolen Godfrey, whose residence Karl W Brimmer, Complainant. y.. quire. A. Wit
of the work. vary Scott A BoltS. Barnett a
various phases tlno'll and address Is: Box 196 Addle Brimmer Defendant.. DM'Onboor
has Curry stated and in this county Reno, under the leadership of Bid 1 *.. Jacksonville Summervllle, South Carolina. DIVORCH Realty Board you
Curry stated that now school principal A. O. Jenkins Jl'la. You are required to appear on THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: assured that
20 veterans enrolled In the program a man is considered qualified if Atty, for Pit. 9-11 4t 10-3 October. 10, 1947. In the above named Addle L. Primmer, 816 B. Street, N. I ''P
allowed who has served the school in that Court and cause, wherein Plaintiff R., Washing-ton: :D. C. It la hereby you to the bm of mT
-the maximum number he has a minimum of one or two -
for 31 seeks divorce. Bradford Ordered that :yon are required toappear
capacity years, raised $1.- coun1.T..I. N. 0.Realtor.
to each Instructor. He emphasized acres in strawberries-the principal .esraph shall publish on the 80th day of September W.\JXWIUGIIT,
000( in a four-month period last IN CIRCUIT COT nitADFono next four weekly Issues. A. D. 1947, before the above .
the fact that veterans of the FLORIDA IN: C"NCICRY. PbuReMnUm'S
cash community. COUNTY
crop year for the purchase of a new Witness my hand and official entitled Court to the Bill of Com-
must "mean businesa" In orderto the aim of the seal at Htarke, Florida, this Sep
stated that
Curry school site. One thousand dollars Olive Orvln Dlseker. Plaintiff ve. tember 9, 1941.OFFICIAL .
stay in the program and they program is not only to encourage. remains to be paid on the plot. Robert A. Clseker Defendant.. Case ( SEAL) A. Thomas,
No 6944
released unless their records Aa Clerk of Bald Court.
are I better general farm practices, but Foster Shi Smith Administrative ORDER OF PrBLICATION Iy Lucille C. Conner, D. C. HEADQUARTERS FOR HOME
show the proper progress and Interest also to develop the farm-vets Assistant to. the County SuP-' AND NOTICE TO APPEAR to RobertA. T. Frank Tandrum Btarke. Fla., LiG(
their The Atty. for Plf. '-II 4t 10-3
part. program
on and assetsto
Into "good neighbors" erintendent stated that it was "un'orunate" Diaeker whose residence last -
was inaugurated In Brad known In '% Mrs W. E. Montgomery -
the community.The the title was not clear. Fblrforent, Spartanbure,. IIK' CIRCUIT: COURT. BRADPORDCOI'N'I'Y
ford on Sept. B, 1946. .
speakers were introducedby The buildings will have to be 8. C. .

Classroom Instruction Is held V. R. Ferguson, vocational I moved again when the new site October TOil are llth required 1947 to In appear the above on T. J. : ". I.tir'k Plaintiff, vsMildred _a -r: ;! /
each Monday night in the voca- agriculture Instructor of BUS. Is available.In named Court and cause wherein : ,, Da

addition to the Reno structures -jupport.lalntlff of chile voIiradfordoCounty fenrtant ORDER Case.OF No.PUBLICATIONAND B940. I \f[ (

NOTION' Sampson City and Brooker Teleirmph' this Order NOTICE TO APPEAR
New Recruits Bring ; I, FY11
Nation !. hereby given that the "n next four IHHUBH.Wltnece STATIC OF FLORIDA to Mildred .
undersigned In engaged In business colored schools are each receiving my hand and official Blomfleld Kappock whose residenceand -5----
under the fictitious name of Btarke Guard Roster To 35 one war surplus building. iaM at : '; "i.t.'orlda.' this 10th address I* 117 Vicki Drive.
Whittier California.
City Transit In Btarke Bradford e'
County, Florida and; intends to (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas OCrOob..r. required to appear on
i register the "Id fictitious' name In Captain R. O. Kldd, commanderof THORNTON GRATEFULI Al Clerk of laid Court. 10, 1947, In the above name SEE THE
the office of the Clerk of the Clr- the local National Guard Unit, find It hard to adequately express Pv Lucille C. Conner D. C. court seeks and divorce.cause :wherein plaintiff
Cult Court Fla. John J. Hendemon, Etaq., Rt. Au. Bradford County
ofJBraOdwrnCoBegy. this week the enlistwent
Wallace : 879 announced; my deepest appreciation to KUMtlne. Fla. Telegraph shall publish this Order
w Starke, Fla. of seven new members. This the voters of Starke who electedme Att). for Pit. 9-12 4t 10-S In Witnessmv next four hand weekly and Issues.official seal

i-ia 4.t io-a addition brings the total strengthof last Tuesday to the responsible at Starke, Florida thla September, BEAUTIFULLAMPS
the Unit to 33 members whichIs B* 1947. i
office of Chief of Police. Although m: CIRCUIT cornT. BRADFORD (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
one over the present required I have served on the police COUNTY PL.O1II11AI IN CHAN As Clerk of said Court.

W.C.T.U. strength. The requirements for department for 21 years, this Ray'a'' Y WllllamH, Plaintiff v... By Atty.Lurllle for PIt C. Conner, D.o-ia(". 4t 10.8 I4Nf! e

the Unit will be raised to 42 memo Is the first time I have run for Frank V. WllllamH, Defendant. T. Frank Landrum Btarke, Fla.
Case. Ni>. 5943.
bers on November 19. public office and I feel the
The seven new members are: responsibility that has been placed NOTICE TO APPEAR COUfTTY.' FLORIDA IV CHAN. AND (I1UTt3'FIXTURES '
Nation Is It. Manhood And STATE OF FLORIDA to: FrankleV Knt
Womanhood, And The Liquor Earnest W. Allen Marlon C. Man. upon me by you good people of William, whose residence I la: Maggie' J. Downing Barnes, Plain.
4 ning Robert V. Turner, Maxie Starke. I promise that I will do 11128. Went Walnut Street, Loulavlllv. I tiff vs. Pfo. Augustine J. Barnes. ,
Traffic Iteatroys Both. Kentucky. I Case No. 6937.
-Florida Good New Carter Jr., Ralph L. Alvarez, Elmer everything in my power to Justify Tou are required to appear on lelORDER OF PUBLICATION1 tr
Hughes and Merrill Struth. your faith and try to make you October IS, 1947 In the above AND NOTICE) TO APPRAK .
named Court and cause wherein STATE FLORIDA to: Pfe. Augustine lit. _____
an and Impartial Chiefof plaintiff xeeka. divorce. Bradford J. rnes whn.e address .
Police. County Telegraph. shall publish this Is: R. AII1: J81 2St1. Briuort'ron";
' Plate Lunches Regular Dinners Order In next four weekly Innuea, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, Ala
Sincerely, Witness my hand and official bama.
W. E. (Ebb) Thornton. seal at Htarke, Florida till September You are required t<. appear on e
4 Short OrdersSandwiches 10, 1947.OFFICIAL. October 13. 1947 In the above nam-
( BRAD A. J. Thomas ** court and cause, wherein plaintiff -
JOHNS THANKS VOTERSTo Am Clerk of said Court. seeks divorce and care and
Soft Drinks Ry Lucille C. Conner. D. C. custody of minor child. Bradford "
the voters of Starke who Znch H. Dong-Ian, Ualneavllle.. Fla. County Telegraph shall publish this JACKSONVILLE'SSHOWPLACE
re-elected me to the office of Atty. for Plf. 9-18 4t 10-3 Order In nexi four weekly Issuee.

.QUICK SERVICE City Clerk I wish to express my ; seal Witness at Stark mr, Florida hanG and this official S..p,- OF
deep appreciation. In starting temner 9, 1947,
another term In this office I promise Aa Clerk of said Court.
I ('r.olaVIItI.* Dlllx, Plaintiff va.Woodrow By Lucille
to continue rendering efficient -i C. Conner D. C.
and courteous service In this No. 5941 G.{ ptllH, Defendant. Case H. O Brown Starke, Fla. trip to Jacksonville Isn't complete unless you stop .I
capacity at all times. I am grate- ORDER PUBLICATION _. 9-11 4t 10-8 either ol the Millar Lighting Studios-at 247 Riverside a d I IUM

4 :NEXT DOCK TO. PARK THEATRE ful for your continued confidenceIn STATE AND NOTICE OP FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Wood. 11'r' .RC11IT. FLORID COURT BRADFORD Southalde location. 1989 San Marco Boulevard. Here II I

Bobby Odom Hub Khoden me and, assure you that I will row E.) Dllla. whose residence U 2RTTV _A| IN CHAJU_' .at.anar. Is the South' greatest! collection ol lomjx dfixtures

not noon forget your loyal support .unknown.Ton are required to appear ODor Lou: N ot.n Nolan. ..}.,:J antlltf' Case vs. Mary No. for TOW hem, priced tot every budget Sea the w
before October llth. 1947, In the 11935. citing new. arrival in Wet modern showpieces el I...
Vri above named Court and cause, ORDER OF
-Carl Johns. divorce.Bradford UahHnol
wherein plaintiff seeks

EARN While You LEARN to FLY Ma County Order Telegraph In next shall four Lou STATE Nolan OF whose FLORIDA' to: Mary
U.1LL THANKS VOTERS weekly: 1 luiiuea.Wltnean Society Hill, South Cnrolina.residence la:
I wish to my band and official You are
express my appreciation required to
appear on
-. seal. at Starke. Florida this 9th October IS, 1947. In the
above nanJ -
for the
splendid vote givenme of 1947.
ail On The G. I. BILL of RIGHTS by the citizens of Starke in (OFFICIAL September A.EClerk .of.. sild Court TeleRrnphdshall* Court and cause... Bradford, Wherein County plain-
Lucllle publish thla Order
the City Election of last Tuesday By' C. Conner, D. C. In next four weekly Issues.
I assure every voterv that I will John J. Henderaon, Esq..2 Solicitorfor Witness my: hand and official 1CT
Plaintiff. 9- 4t
13 seal at Starke. Florida, this Sep. lti
do my best to warrant the trust t. 1947. .
placed in me and that I will endeavor If CIRCUIT COURT Of BRAD. ( "j.fcl.\ SEAL) A. j,. Thomas *
We for the following to take of the affairs FORD COUNTY FLORIDA IN: A. Clerk of said Court. '247 RTVE1SIDB AVE
are now Approved 1 care CHA NCIORY. Ry' Lucille C. Conner D. C.
courses: '1 of Starke, for which the Jeannette Barnes. Boyette. Plaintiff, S. A. Harrison Law Exchange :Ollljf., \ .R lass SAN MAHCO.
v... ,Woodrow Boyette, Defendant. Jacksonville. F'la. SOOTH IACISO
Basic Ground a Primary and AIIvanced Mayor is responsible in a fair, Case No. 6999ORDER Atty. for Plf. I-U 4t 10-8

Flying; Also Private, Com Impartial, and efficient manner. AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR

mercial: and F II i K h t Instructor -.; Sincerely, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Woodrow -
'r- }f. C. Wall. Boyette, whose residence and
A Courses. Approval No. 5650. >aee, :.;:"';.; address la: Unknown
You., are required to appear on i 'YBedroom
ROBERTS THANKS VOTERSI October 10, 1947 In the .above LAMPSHADES
Class Room wish to thank the electors of name Court anl cause, wherein.
Instruction Tues. & Thurs. : peaks divorce and reiteration SuitBed.
the City of Starke. for the nice of maiden name. Bradford
N Nights 7:30 P. M. County Telegraph shall publish this
in the Election
vote given me City Order In next four weekly Issuea.
Tuesday. Now that the election Witness. my band and official .- Dresser Chest -

' CONWAY LIBBY U-FLY-IT SERVICE is over, let's "let bygones bebygones" seal at e.8tarke 1947.OFFICIAL Florida. this September [Table Mattress & Springs

and unite in making ( SEAL)' A. J. Tnomaa.
147 OR 32 Aa Clerk of aald Court.
Starke a bigger and better placeIn By Lucille C. Conner D. C. A $150
CONWAY which to live. T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Fla. 99.50Used
A Y AIRPARKBEAUTIFY Sincerely, Atty. for Plf. 9-11 4t 10-S VALUE


FUTCH THANKS VOTERSI Ann: Nettles. dreear, .Plaintiff .... \
take this opportunity to express Ralph R. Oreear, Defendant. Case Beds $5
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and PROTECT your HOME my appreciation to the ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
voters of Starke for the support NOTICE) TO APPEARHOWDY ,

x WITH THE BEST accorded me in Tuesday's City USEDSprings

Election. Although not electedto iASR $1 25c

ALUMINUM AWNINGS the office sought I harbor no v $1 $10 VALUE

111 feeling toward anyone, but am

only grateful to those who gave

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;, am grateful for the support

At Shop or Write tr given me Tuesday which enables FOLKS: USED
me to serve another term on the Life is Just one fool thing after FLORENCE

City Council. I wish to thank another. But love la two fool Oil Stoves And BRENEMAN'
those who voted for me and will things after each other. -

We also I do mill work continue to serve In this capacityto Of, AH Descriptions: VENETIAN
the best of my ability. As he wrote his name In the .

such ad window frame, -Levy A. Canova. hotel register, a traveler spieda $15 to $49.50 BLINDS

bed bug. "I've been bit by
screen! windows, and LEWIS THANKS VOTERS spider. in Marlavtlle and by New
d' Fellow Citizens of Starke: fleas in Danburg but I'll be

doors. We use cypress I want to thank you for the darned If I've ever been In a STOVES

lumber in all our work. splendid vote of confidence you place where the bedbug looked Bul t.ln *
gave me as a candidate for City at the guest register to

Councilman. I am Indeed grate find out where your room waa." Qven 64.95FULL .

INS U L A ful.
TETheModemWayWITJI Sincerely, John: "My wife always has the
James A. Lewis. last word. LINE

Jim: "You're lucky. Mine never

wish to thank, with sincere -

appreciation my many friends But here you can have the last

Winter Fuel Savings Pay,, For Summer who supported me In my attemptto word In complete car lubrication : I '

serve ;you on the City CouncIL high quality pas and oil. AmmunitionGassett
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our good city and be able and services. Drive In today.

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i to progress In the next election.
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before election time. ,
With kindest regards Ph-In

Harley F. Strong.1