Bradford County telegraph
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02941
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 9, 1948
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02941
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text
., ..

r .

': In The ShadeWith


_. ._-. ...- -- .- _. .

BE catch Mayo Wall with a furrowed brow these days it's

The has a very weighty problem on his mind-a problem

BE would like for"his. fellow citizens of Starke to help him Official County Publication Established In 2877STAltKB.

Kit also a problem for which there seems to be no ready '
B solution. VOLUME SEVENTY '. FLORIDA.ntlDAY: ".\NUA tY 9, 1918 NUMBER TEN

fte problem, of parking-or rather not being able to parkBusiness -

district on Call Street.. Further confusing the picture $ Prisoners Present Chaplain With Check.k .

Bkct that some persistent Callstreeters. if they can't find aBion Merchants Group _ .. .... ., Zircon Rutile
parking space'a'ant;' the curb, still Indulge In the ne- ':":"". _"" II...,-.. "". : ,. .... '-._ ....f'f':. ,. .t_ ,..' ,

Bprac'tlce' of double parking in spite of the fact that State ..ff...7I'" :'[I(,<"". < '! !':,'':: .._:'".......,...f ). "
Sets ,. h.'f6'I'i '. "
,, i1f"
Holiday < "" ; .," Also Useful
BL .. ,I .
200,'which follows Call Street for two blocks in the heart "'or I' "'. orl"It::", ; .', 1.:1.' .
business district, la now U.S. 301carrying an <- 1>1, o"-i> '. : ''
ever-increasing 'j ".A toI',,,, :' 'RNfOR,\oro. ." .r'.., ''' .
> ,
\ .. 'I
Bfthrough:and local traffic. A double-parked car along none-too Schedule For 48 I". y ;",(:,.'\ ,,, .1.u ," Geologists Say

Bill Street can cause a traffic jam these days that would make ; VJmlM4 1P ,

Br'eet :and Broadway look positively pastoral; I 2 .\ : '. ; f

Bl reached the point where something's got to be done, Mayor The Merchant's Division of the Dr. ''Herman Gunter State Geologist
Hys. and the three possible solutions seem to be; Starke Chamber' took a forward ,,' ,<01. .. Q". X110 (X::) Tallahassee, and.J. R.

orce one-hour parking in the business district, step at a meeting In the courthouse o er ... ;, Thoenen, Chief of Tuscaloosa

tall parking. meters., Monday night when a schedule {. # Branch, Mining Division, U. S.
of holiday closing was adopted iW '
Bpeal to store owners and their'employes to their JWJ/1"o-DOlLARs\
park cars : Bureau of Mines
far( the year 1948. and other } were In Starke
main streets, making this additional space available for theBnehour matters relative to hours and clos- ;. .. Wednesday and Thursday making
,; ...;g. : .' -: ..,. ,. ..............
ing were settled. ',, ..' \ ..... ,.....".......-. .' a routine Inspection of the Bureauof
parking regulation is considered impractical ,and .vlrBnposBlble By a near-unanimous '''vote the '; ." ) ,... r7r. .....":-.....,,1" 'tlYB j\'\....".". Mines '' '
operations 'in
rOQ r 1 drilling' :
to enforce Ex-Mayor Chas.' A. Darby testifies to merchants decided to continue '" < y .,",1\ ... .. .-"-''''''" ,
Be tried it ,during the. early days of his cloning for half '. ,' .f t I.. )/ t this area
regime.ng a day on Thursday ..... ,'. ''' ,. j __ ; .-a..
; Mr. Thoenen
meters are favored few business but Instead of changing to 4 "" ttMaAa6- stated that In addition
,by a men, they are Wednesday, .. .r... .
B opposed by many more who still remember the dreadfulat as had been suggested by some. _-. -. ...... -. .....__.. ,"-,.x' ..':.. ... .. .. a '10, ...' ...... to the llmenlte. in which
It the K. I, duPont do Nemours) Co.,
waa decided that the
greeted their when they came down to work the first hour for
B eyes closing on Thursday should be Convicts in thi State Prison at to help furnish the new 'chapel,I]|I a beautiful and adequate place of Is moat Interested, it la also Indicated -
; after parking meters were Installed by the city for a brief 12 noon, or as near ,that time as Raiford presented their chaplain soon to be built. It represents worship for the prisoners, Chap that there are deposits of
Brief!) period back In the early days of the Blandlng era. Onfated possible with a unique New Year's gift part of a $15,000 fund that prison lain Shepherd remarked, "I haveno rutile and zircon In commercial

morning Call Street looked like the stage setting for during the annuil I prison Watch employees are trying to raise .for hesitancy in saying that the quantities along the trail ridge
Bn:production of,"The.Deserted Village',. Not more than threere waa holidays voted to In observe 1948;' the following l- Night Vigil. Th'y handed Chaplain this purpose. entire cost of All Souls Chapelwill extending roughly from the South

parked.for. the;,entire two blocks from the courthouse to New Year's ;: Leslie A. e lepherd a check Chaplain Shepherd, who has be fully 'repaid' by the cor- Georgia line. 'to the Kingsley Lake
Day, Jan 1 already I
Bh (pictured above for $188, earmarked rected life of one of the area.
Store. Several indignant merchants, following the lead "of past) been planning the chapel during any

Belstrunk,! tied paper bags over the heads of the offending me- Independence Day July 4. for equipment for the most of his nine years at Raiford,I: numberless people who hunger for Rutile Is now used principally
Labor proposed new prison chapel. faith and love, and redemption In for coating welding rods, while
Day, Sept. 0
states that the smallest "
Bs The gift was from the Inmates' gift to; prison. zircon Is useful In the manufac-
who favor the that Armistice Nov.
gadgets' say this unfavorable reactionBly Day, 11 the fund thus far received, was. Contributions
for the
wears off In places where they are installed and people Thanksgiving. Day,'. Nov 25 Forum of Faith, a rellglo-social five cents, while the largest single fund may be sent to Chaplain chapel ture of refractory brick for furnace -
linings, and In the
B> like the convenience of being able to find a parking spaceBiey Christmas, Dec. 25 brotherhood among' the prisoners, donation so far Is $750.In Shepherd at Raiford. ,A brochure tion of prepara-

want one, even If It does cost, a few cents. It will take a Since the Fourth of July falls and represents donations received summing up the motives for describing the project la available the porcelain and ceramics,
on Sunday this year it was voted from friends In the "free, world"City's geologist stated.
argument to convince some Starke merchants, however. They his determined efforts to provide upon request.Nat'I .
that the holiday would be observed Ilmenite which was used during
hat some of their customers who were frightened ,away byd I I by'closing on Monday. July the first 'Wo jd'W r'nl in manufacture -

stare of the ,meters on that memorable morning haven't' 5.'It of smokescreen
BulldozerTo materialsIs
Back yet! was also decided that half- [ First Baby Of '48 1 ) PlasticsIn becoming of Increasing Importance

B third possible solution would undoubtedly be the simplest day closing on the two Thursdays. In the manufacture of paint.It .

B least expensive, and most'workable plan IF and It'. a Immediately preceding next Bury 'Dump'Tli Production Is described as a better "paint

big IF storekeepers and ''their employes will, just see theBind Christmas should be optional,' : vehicle" than lead. Paint made

cooperate.. permitting merchants to remain with it does not "flash burn",

BVa been suggested by some that the City .try'to secure a parka open all day if they desire to do purchase of a bulldozer for Open house was held by National will not peel, and holds Ita color

B> close by the business district and otter Its facilities for so., the City ef Starke was the main Plastics In Its ,plant just better. The substitution of II-

Bivenience of merchants and their employes. It believed thatt W..,'II., Graham was elected the Item of business transacted at north of the city limits Monday menus for lead aUo prevents the
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Elvert Leachare possibility of lead It
the Council
is explained to them that It is a choice of this or parking chairman of the Merchant's Division "meeting Tuesday night, with the public Invitedto '
B, moat business 'men twill be'eager to cooperate by leaving of the Chamber with the following night. The machine was purchasedfor the' parents of the first baby, view the remarkable, conversion was explained.
I elected to 5673.00 from the Florida- a girl, born at Shadycreat Hospital former'' The geologists stated that It Is
Bars serve on his of A
at home and to work in the garage
walking or by deslgBarea.
parking In 1943. The child, whom
Georgia Tractor Co. of Jacksonville possible that some development
committee: J. B. Carlisle apartment
building (Rabeck's
.' The City Is working on this angle, but so far a suitable I hardware stores, C.representing H. who submitted the only bid they have named' Fay, was bornat Into a well-equipped and attrac-) might'' be made of the rutile and
Bg space has'not been ;secured. 3:50: a., m. 'on January 1, her '
Driggers, furniture: Chas. A.. received by the Council. tive plastics plant-a transformation zircon ore along th* trail ridge In
Hi hard to imagine why any merchant would willingly drive Darby, groceries;. J. R. Kite, elect. Delivery was expected this closest competitor being S. O. that has taken place In the future, although! the locationof

from Ma store by parking: his 'own car'ln front of his door all deal; Harley .Strong, jewelers; week and Councilmen stated that Denmark, Jr., who arrived 'at 9:33: the brief space of two weeks. such an operation could not be

Bng, thus preventing:"no one knows how'' many potential 'cuam Mrs. Ruby Johns, ladles wear; ,the bulldozer would be put to A. M. on Deo. 31, 1947. Next Visitors were '''shown through predicted at the present time.

from parking) ) thefer' long enough to make their purchases. W. B. Mundy barbers! ; L.... ...Ca1i. work Immediately burying' the 1948 Thomas baby to arrive at hadycrestwas the plant'by B. II. Ilankln, pres In the meanwhile the duPont
trsiah Fortner who '
anydo'l: thoughtlessly,, simply: as...a t matter, ,;<>f ?convenience. ova,. ,drug. stores.. '; !.. 4 ......'11>hug accumulal*"pile of d"wrihrth! and garbage at-the wait born ort-Jaw .8. His parent, Itlen&..Vi!"v'1 .tftiornpgssVlae.pp*** craw drnlti;", a continuingtheir' ,: ,."check* ,
Trears Vand'ttie aecUlon
Bt countIng: tlie'jCb'et"to"tThnaelves:' In dollars and cents;,_ :;..rI "city dump"'southwest town. are Mr and Mrs. 0., W, Fortnerof Ident.. and, ,Joe, Arnold, secretary- : on locating
a plant bore will await
Bit's aggrl\"atmg"- problem'that. .confronts treasurer .
an perplexing
The dump was described as a Lake Butler.
Board ConsidersRevising the outcome of these final tests.
Byor, but don't. suppose that any town. ever grew:, without exBn -I "health menace" and has been Mr,,and Mrs-. 'Leach" reside on Hankln stated that produ'ctlonlwould Dr. Gunter and Mr. Thoenan

? a few growing pains. Surely there must be some satisB condemned'by the Health Depart- Route" 1, Starke.' He is employedas begin the next day on the 1 were accompanied here by R. O.

solution. and the Old Coloner believes that It will come BooksRevision ment. a sale.-p an. .She is the former Ray-O-Llte signs which will be Vernon and J. L. Calver, associate -.

Bh the cooperation of the business people ,themselves, for, after Because of the great expense Miss Alice Jackson. the plant's specialty the present -' geologists with the State de-

Heema to concern them most. : Involved the 1 City has given up, time. Approximately 23: partment.

of the'Primary Registration the Idea of an incinerator, at least' Annual MeetingOf persons would be employed In

Byer, reading .client's .last will and: testament to circle of exBt Books of Bradford Coun- for the time being, and will follow the .initial production. Hankln Rites WednesdayFor
relatives?: And so, being of sound mind, I spent every damn ty occupied the attention of County the practice of many other towns Clay ElectricSet '
Commissioners In their first and cities In its refuse National Plastics represents an Mrs. SweatIn
) burying
'' I For
had before I.died., Bill King In This Week magazine! : ThursdayThe
I '.. meeting of 1948 held here Mon- by means of bulldozer. It Is estimated Investment of around 30.000 In Gainesville

day. that It will require abouta Clay Electric Cooperative, equipment and conversion of the ,

Colonel Bradford: It waa pointed out that there is month to bury the present accumulation Inc., will\ hold Its 1948 Annual building. Ilankln aid.> Additional II:' Mrs. Mollln V, Sweat, 73, onetime
ma e permit me space for this open letter to the City of Starke: : much "dead timber' on the registration of garbage.The Meeting at the Keystone: Heights' machinery will be added alIt

e by recent-Is..ue of 'the Telegraph. .that ALL dogs caught on books bot/i/ for the primary new equipment will alsobe Beach Pavilion In Keystone becomes available, he stated. ,resident of Starke and

reets are to' be Impounded. and the general election used to work on local streets Heights on Thursday, January Ill I widow of the late Thomas R.

m. I would like to know WHY we had to buy a city'' tag forfcK but especially on the primary and other city projects It was There will be a barbecue lunch- Marvin Rosier Sweat, former Starke merchant,

If it Is not. to be allowed to run on the street. I could under- I books ,since there is apparentlyno stated eon and music provided by the Named To Head riled at her home In Gainesville

barring a'vicious or mangy dog but those of ua who have aj( provision for their revision. The Council also discussed the Palatlca High School Band, under Tuesday after a lengthy illness!

my, good-natured pet surely can't be expected to keep It In the (The general election booka are proposed passing of a new''ordln. th" 'dlro'Uon of MaJ. McCampbcll March of DimesMarvin Born July 2, 1872 In Lynchburg. -

I constantly; If we have no fence around the yard. revised. regularly before each general I lance expending an additional $18- from 10:00: A, M. until 1:00: I', M. Va.. daughter of the late

n't, Officials, after we buy a city election, as required by law. 009,00 for tile purchase of bonds This event will be followed by Router of Starke has Joseph W and Mary Ella Ma-
you being: unreasonable City
letI A complete re-registration of which will be assigned to the depreciation the annual business meeting of been named the 101H March of hone Finch, she came to Starke

voters 'in the ;county has been fund of.the city light: the member of the Cooperative, Dime/ Chairman for Bradford In young womanhood to live

Dog Owner suggested but this would requirea and water plant. In order to expend and the election of the Board of County, according to an announce- with an aunt, Mr. Mahone. She
I Dog Ownen: special act of the legislature the additional money to the Directors for 1948. ment thin week by Guy Andrews was married to Mr. Sweat In
the of showing letter to City authorities before and cannot be done until the chairman of the local chapter of
pok liberty your necessary fund a vote of four out of five Speakers of the day will be February 1897, In Valdosta Ga.,
anon in.order to give you their reply without delay.'. bill can be passed at the Councilmen Is required.The I Rep. Emory Price, Congressman the National Foundation for Infantile and they continued to live In

ly' maintain that 'a, dog license 'does not constitute a permit for next legislative session. fund already has $23,000.00of : from the 2nd District, and State, Paralysis. Starke until 1907 when, they

iiimal to run at large. They say It Is Just as much .of a nuisance The clerk: was Instructed to bonds in its favor. Senator 'Walter E. Harrison, of In making this announcement, moved to Jacksonville where Mr.

garbage canto be overturned by a licensed dog as it Is for oqe write to the Secretary' of State I ... I Milan Ga. Mr. Harrison Is also: Mr; Andrews called op all citizens -' Sweat Was associated with a

I upset by an unlicensed 'dog,. relative to a revlslo.../ of the Primary Arnold. To Enter President of the National Association of Bradtord'County to sup large lumber company. They
Registration Books with a port Mr.' Rosier in his drive for moved to Gainesville In 1938 and
[other words,' the license tag la for.your protection -'to' helpet of Rural Electric Cooperatives
I view to revising them If possible Great Dane, 'Babe'In for this region. funds with which to fight polio. f Mr. Sweat died there In 1842.
If and when he breaks loose and is picked '
your dog
'I before the spring primaries. Two Shows"Babe" Valuable which havebeen Since the organization of the During her active years Mrs.
police New Attorney Named National Foundation ten Sweat
years was prominent In club and
I Colonel B. i By a vote of three to two the the 130-pound Great donated dealers by are local to electric be given appliance ago 72,000 Americans have been I civic affairs being closely associated .
S. Board elected George L.. Patten stricken with this disease and the
I Dane owned by Mr. and Mr*. to lucky members. In the UDC and Red
>der how many of my readers have noted the fact that Febru- 'as county attorney for the new(Joe Arnold of Starke .will try for away polio organization haa paid all Cross work especially during the

94S briefest month of the year contains five Sundays! year, succeeding Lex Green who[more dog show honors next Sat- hospital and medical bills for first World War.

Bnusual circumstance Is due to the coincidence that this la leap 'served aa county attorney in 1947. urday fn Jacksonville and Tuesday Rites At Pine Level more than 80 percent of these per Funeral services were conducted -

Bnd.the first day of February a Sunday. It will I probably be I Dr. W. B. Parka was named In Ocala.< Babe already has For Enoch Kelly sons.The by Dr. Tv V. McCaul in, the

many years before this occurs again. Perhaps some of my more county physician, and Noon Warren two wins to her .credit as "best National Foundation has First Baptist Church' of Gainesville

Bo readers can tell me. exactly how long.leral janitor.was' appointed courthouse of breed"' at the Ocala Kennel Funeral services for Enoch also spent more than 11000.000 Wednesday afternoon at 2

-- << Club. Kelly, 41, who was fatally shot In medical research In an attemptto o'clock. Interment was in ,Ever-
It was brought to the attention The 13-montha-old.: whose reg- by a member of the city police find the cause and cure of this green Cemetery under tho direc-
of the. Board that the lead In
Sunday Fire Damages istered name Is SabreH'a Lady force on Temple Avenue, Dec. disease. tion of DeWitt C., Jones.
electrical! to the courthousela
wiring Maryon. I. a harlequin' (black 24. were held Sunday Dec 28 The local group headed by ),fr.
I Mrs. Mitchell Home Surviving are two sons, Wil-
J. J. with
Jones to
inadequate comply -
; I and present the and white) female standing 31 In the Pine Level Baptist\ Church Andrew, will pay all costs for son T. and Carroll D. Sweat
b. of the requirements inches at the shoulder. She was with Rev. W. E. Hall officiating any person stricken with polio in
Emma Jones. 97, wife of Flames In the attic Clerk was Instructed to prepare both of Charlotte N. C., a brother -
Ute' Jack J. :Jones, died Fri- home of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell on and advertise a notice for submission -I purchased from a Maryland ken- He was born April 30, 1906 the county, M. D. Finch, St. Augustine
Street efficiently nel by the Arnolds eight months the son of the late Mr. and Mrs and two sisters, Mrs F. T. McCormick -
I January Madison were of bids to correct the wir
2, .In Cedar Key Sim ; and lived most of his Funeral
Sunday after- Kelly SundayFor and Mrs. Beulah E.
extinguished early ing. These bids will be receivedup ago.The
*a, illness ached-
following-a long next two matches '
life In Bradford with the
nponby the Starke Fire Department to 10 a. m., Feb. 2. 'I' County Jesse RosierJesse Byrne both of Gainesville.
Fa. Jones was born 1n"'LevyY uled for Babe one at the Jack- exception of four years spent In
; Damage to the home was The amount payable' to Albert Fancier's''AsllOCla Among the honorary pall bearers -
and moved to Starke over sonville Dog the U. S. Navy. He marriedto
estimated at 2000. Lee Crosby Jr., as County Service I Ocala Shepherd Rosier; 49, died were E. S. Matthews and T.
tion and the other at the
ars ago.. She and her huaI Miss Annie Reddish on Oct.
The fire was attributed to a officer was fixed at $100 salary match- at his home In Jacksonville, 'Jan. I J. Griffin of Starke and JudgeA.
operated house j Kennel Club are "point 19 1929.
test a rooming faulty flue, and the flames rapidly ,and $33 for expenses. I I I ." for Mrs. 1, following a brief Illness. He V... Long of Gainesville
championship. i
Call Street. e a
,, In addition to his widow he Is
spread to the wooden shingle The salary of Supervisor of of 'the waa employed aa a leverman In
m 'It survived by three alal roof. The loss was covered by Registration was raised to $50 Arnold operator Maryon survived by two sons Gene and the Jacksonville Terminal Com-
Kennel in Starke thata Deer ReleasedAt
Loulne- Sherffield! Tarpons insurance. Twelve members of per month. explained Warren and two daughters, Em- pany' Beaver Street tower, and
s; Belle Saunders and Mat-' the Fire Department answered The list of Confederate pensioner -I I certain for number of points ratIng arenece.ary llene and Loretta: two brothers, had lived In Jacksonville! for 10 Sampson LakeState

drews. ,Cedar Key; and tworr the call at 1:50: Sunday afternoon wee approved an being correct a "champion" Donald and, Hubert Kelly, both years. He was a member of the

*. 'Joe Rowland, Jackson- Joe E. Wilson, local Insurance 4* follows: Mrs. Sallie Tlaon, M1'8'I of Plant City! and two sisters, Baptist Church and the Raiford. Sen. Charley E. Johns

land Ben Rowland. Starke.Brat agent, commented on the "effici\ Emma J. Bryan. and Mrs: Mrs. Nlta Dobbs of Starke. and Lodge F A A. M. announces that eight deer, moat

services were held Sun- ent1 work performed by the Fire Morgan New Low PricesAnnounced Mrs. Margaret, Brown of Plant He Is survived by his wife of them female have been released

fternoon In the First Bap-. Department. "They did a neat At A & P City. Mra. Tessle Rosier his mother, In the Sampson Lake area

Ihurch with R /'. L. D. Haines: job,".. he said, "of covering the Wins Refrigerator Interment wa In Dyal Cemetery Mrs. Omage Rosier of Starke; a by the Chief Conservation Officer

Mn/r. Interment.was in I I( furniture' with canvass emptyingand Morgan Stephens, manager of under the direction of Key- slater, Mrs. John Ysrbrouxh of of this district.

y Lake Cemetery., catching the water draining R. C. Buford, Starke fire chief, the local A & P Store announces McCabe: Funeral Home, and nail Raiford; and a brother Theodore Every attempt willbe made

fl bearers were Av J.. Thomas,from the attic, and mopping up." won the large Kelvinator refrigerator that effective January 5 the bearers were Alton Dobbs Fat Rosier, also of Raiford. by conservation officers to pro-,
( Sparks, Freeman Register I!ji I Walter King member of the given away by the Starke store will offer the same Brown, Hogan Smith, Howard Funeral services were held at tect these deer in order that 1

Bar! Miles. James Dennis and Fire Department, said that such Edward's Recreation Club at St.1(low prices as are In effect In A Brown J. R. Kelly, and Fred the graveside In Sapp Cemetery, they may multiply, Sen. John

k' HoUlngaworth: i| cleaning up operations were I Florida Theatre on New A P Super Stores in Jackson Halslop. with Masonic rites. Sunday afternoon -,stated.tin' .

"routine." Eva.'r' ville. at 3 o'clock.


d +Z ,c,, i e -i
...-.f.I:'" "''''(.' _,"'.....,;.. --- -. ,_ . + 1

"A.. .., ,. ''''''". "'''', '", .," .I ilx """'tB" + r y I
.. .. .... ,.
-J. .',' '\ t'1"" "W """" .. ".
> ,. "...........--... '-'"'--- _"(_..,J;_ .

B"B"P'-P'\G-E ",.,

Two .
__ ___ 1 ._,---._ .._--


1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. ,
ESTABLISHED Complied Hy Buddy Da\ltt If Starke Is not putting on city
I'ubllahM Every Friday and Entered as Second J airs in good style.If are some of my ideas as to what a sheriff should do:

Cla.v Matter at the Punt Office at Starke, Fla. 60 YEARS AGO all the old bachelors expecta First, form what' is known'' as a Sheriff's Squad out of boys from the

J. L. Wynn caught an eight- proposal 23 next YEARS year.AGO age of 12 years to 16 years of age. When one gets to be 17 he goes out

" MEMBER"Subacrlptlon 1947 foot alligator last Sunday and Bradford County Is to have an I and another one of 12 comes in. In four years they can be taught lots con

brought It.alive Into town, while American Legion Post! An application cerning what crime leads to. We can have all of our good, leading officials:
$1.10 For Six :Months L. D. Wall has just been made them and teach them and
9t Annually for a charter waa signed some time or other to come meet more more
manager-in-chlef of'Gasldn's\ cot- this week by 15 Bradford County of what crime leads to. It's possible to carry them to see some of our
of Truby.
ton gins. The new store "big ex-servicemen, and the charter is electrocutions where one or more criminals finish a life"of crime by deathIn
and Co. enjoyed
SENATOR LODGE LODGES COMPLAINT Sternberg trade" when It opened Wednesday expected in a short time. Amongthe the electric chair. Few people realize that a majority of our criminalsare

Senator Lodge (Republican! :Massachusetts) describes as and Telegraph editor I. C. Webb signers of the application are teen-age boys. Let's try to guide our-25- 50-year-old men here to

"an improper action" the issuance\ by the War Assets Administration offers that as proof that "Adver- Floyd Green, G.. C. Cady, A. J. lessen crime and put our boys out on top.
of a pamphlet urging industries to move South tising always pays." Thomas, W. O. Stringfellow, E. You no doubt realize there are some people here and elsewhere who
and Freeman
where the manufacturing overhead is low. Among the local advertisers is K.ister.Ferryman Reg- never figure that there are only 2 laws for men and women to live under:

We won't argue with Senator Lodge concerning the ethicsof A. E. Moitt, who says, "If you In the meanwhile, UDC has God's created law and man-made law.I shall at all times abide within the

the issue. It might, as he says, be an "improper action", want a Buggy. Wagon Buckboard elected officers for the 'coming boundaries of man-made laws to my knowledge, not. my ability. But

but it still makes darn good sense. Surrey Phaeton or Carriage any- year. Miss Amelia Ray was as a leader to be a !good sheriff you have to realize that you have reached
from a Baby
Spending the winter in Starke right now is the young other, vehicle to a Band-Wagon. I can chosen President: with Mrs. T. C. your: destination when the honorable courts receive a law violator.As .

of a small plant for making boats in the North. Hen supply your want on short notice Morris as vice-President. Othersare your sheriff I will at all times be on the alert to see that thelawabiding
owner& .. -nrr the five summer months... and then closes ." Mrs. W. J. Epperson Sec.; people are not molested! and the wilful law violator 'answersto
----- ---- ------ -
operates down and comes South for the winter. "Too expensive to Another Ad "Laws bind the Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. Treas.: Miss, the honorable court call: There are many things a sheriff can do to keep

operate up there when the cold sets in," he said. "It would poor and rich men rule the law. oRay Powell Historian.Mrs. Registrar. ; Mrs L.. G'I peace and order besides arade.your streets with a big gun and a belt of

cost $30 a week for fuel even in my small place." ,But let ua be thankful that any A. M. Darby entertainedthe ammunition swung to him. Any ten cent dude can kill a man. This is

facts that manufacturers\ will eventually discover poor sufferer can buy with"25: Boy Scouts and her Sunday what all people should rally to, to save life and not destroy it:
are cents a bottle of Salvation oil. A First believe the other should have the same rights as
person yourself -
whether the War Assets Administration issues pam- bit further on, Royal Baking School class at her Klngsley,Lake
phlets I or not. It's just good sense for industry to move Powder stoutly maintains that it cottage last Friday evening. Someof personmight |
South and now that the trend has started even a' United Is "Absolutely Pure" while the little ones present were Second, try to set some .examples yourself that some other
States, Senator cannot stem the tide. Ivory Soap is an article "Of the Charles Darby Sammy Sternberg profit by, whether it's either of the two laws ,I have heretofore

... most careful manufacture and the I Frank Carpenter. Eugene Mat- spoken of.There.
thews, and Leo Wiggins. deeds and examples in people that
WALLACE. UP TO? most agreeable and refreshing of are many good some never
WHAT IS balms for the skin." Personal: come to light for fear some other might prosper. A good man in any county's -
convinced that Henry Wallace was well- DeWitt C. Jones was a business
Once we were City News sheriff's office can'either be valuable, or a nuisance. There are many
meaning. Then we were sure he was well-meaning, but mis- :Mr. Barney McRae had the visitor to Atlanta, Ga.leave, this Starkeon week. things to do in your sheriff's office as they come to your or your officer'sknowledge
that he's just mis- Strawberry plants
guided. Now we reluctantly conclude misfortune, while working about time
guided. We have at last lost faith ,even in his good intentions the mill on Tuesday, to get Ms every express train. N. B. as passes
... < Hull. J. M. Truby, and Q. C. Cadyare I find there are lots of people in Bradford County not registered.
in the belting, having
arm caught the heaviest .shippers. Let's all register and vote. It makes better conditions when everybody

As summarized by Roscoe Drummond, chief of the his Wanton arm badly S. Webb broken.is at last In Mr.: and Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Dr. takes. part. Most especially if we would all obey our Ruler and follow our

Christian Science Monitor's Washington news bureau, Mr. Florida with his famous car and and Mrs. E. L. Biggs J. W. Andrews leaders.

Wallace has, in the past few weeks: we may expect him through here Jr., D. P. Carpenter, W. :M. One of the worst things a sheriff can do is misrepresent 'the facts or

1. Announced that he will be a third-party candidate for any day. Wainwright Misses Nelle Roberts let his deputies do it either. Should one do it and I have such knowledgethen

President. Under the column "We Won- :Margaret Long, and Elma and there shall I disarm, disbadge and bar him from all duties as an

2. Joined Andrei Y. Vishinsky in branding Americanswho der": Roblntte motored to over attend to the Gainesville fair. officer, and ask the honorable court to prosecute him to the limit.

support the nation's bipartisan foreign policy as "War- If it is fashionable to take yesterday To all you people who have asked me to take this leadership, I wish

mongers", "Warmakers", and "Imperialists". young lady to church and then go Lard Comer Tins Long at KJckllterf returned from to say that 'I expect you and each one of you to takepart in this 1948

to sleep.If election in my behalf, to see that I'm your next Sheriff not to help one
3. Blamed the United Nations for forcing a divided world I someone won't start a news- Palatka,Tuesday, after spending
the Russians. so we can copy some fromIt. Sunday and Monday at the home faction, but all factions, and the people as a whole. Should I have to
upon paper
which American Communists of his uncle. Judge A. V. Long. favor any person in your office. let's hope it will be someone who works
4. Provided the political means by against my election to your office just to show him or her that I am fair
the most to defeat
and their sympathizers can do
IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD :eat at Starke, Florid, this December and just.
the Marshall Plan. COUNTY FLOHII1AI IN CHANCKHV. 81. lU1. I beg to remain everybody's good friend and best., Sheriff for eight

5. Urged a radical reduction in American armed strength I.ulcl Romeo. Plaintiff v.. Adele- !i Aa(Official Clerk Seal of acid Court A. J. Thomas years. That's my limit because I can do all that I can do in that timeon

and the defeat of Universal Military Training legislation Case Elena No tlevrlaqua, 6226. Romeo Defendant, ,Charles By Lucille R. C.He Conner., 204-03 D. C.Ouaranty: this job in your office. Then let the next man do his bit. No man

"These declarations represent Mr. Wallace busy at work ORDER OF PUBLICATION Life Bid*., Jacksonville. Fla. can do these things unless the majority of the people do their bit.______
to confusion and carefully adding tc AND NOTICE) TO APPEAR Atty. for Pit., 1-3 4t 1.23IN
patiently appealing STATB OK FLORIDA to: Mr.., These are some of my ideas and knowledge of your Sheriff's office.
it," Drummond declares, continuing: Adele whose residence ElenaBevelaqua and address Romeo Via,, : CIRCUIT. COVRT. RRADFOnnCOUN'rY. And here's my only promise to the General Public or any individual:
"It is understandable why the American Communistsare AmunalKta OloHla lonlca, Provinceof FLORIDA IN CHAN.CKIIY. I promise to make you one of the best officers this county ever had

zealously cheering and supporting the Wallace third Calabria. Italy. ', Fred Peterson, Plaintiff v.. Sophie in your Sheriff's office. .
Tou are required to appear on Petemon Defendant. Case No. 6218
party. They want him to run whether he can win or not February 2nd, 1948 In the abovenamed ORDER OF- PUBLICATION
They don't care whether he can win or not, because their Court eeeka and divorce.cauae,Fradford' whereinplaintiff AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
real objective is not tQ elect a 'progressive President' whc Order County In Telegraph next four ihall weekly puhllnh Inmim.. .thl.. Petereon. who. residence la: Middleton. F. .P. "Buck" JONES
will magically guarantee 'peace and prosperity' for America Wltn.... my hand and otflrUI. New York to
required appear on
,' Their real objective, as they have shown in eastern seal at 31st Htarke, 1947.Florida lhl l. December 1I'eJ..rr: : 2, 1948, In the above named

Europe, and in Italy and in France, is to defeat the Mar- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thom.' court aeeke and divorce.cause,,Bradford wherein County plaintiff (Paid Political Advertisement.'I
the eddnomic of western A* Cleric of nld rb. VBy \ Telegraph shall rubllHh'' I hilt! -
plan and> preterit recovery :
shajl Lucille I C. Conner C. Order In next four weekly Ifmues.WltneBH I
Europe at all costs.' T. Frank I.andrum, Starke, Fla. my hand and official
Atty. for Plf.. 1-2 4t 1.23 teal at Htarke, FlurlLt, this L'e-
"They are the prime supporters of Mr. Wallace because, cember 26, 1947. ,
wittingly or unwittingly he is doing everything he can to IV: CIRCUIT COVRT. BRADFORD (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas
COUNTY, FLORIDA IN C1IACTICltY :*- Aa Clerk of said Court
thwart the Marshall Plan. .. By Lurllle C. Conner D. C.
n. It. Hmlth Plaintiff. v OllnellSmith Kerb If. Pong-la., Ualnenvllla.! FlaAtly. ,
"The Communists want nothing so much as to confuse I Defendant. fn.. No. aalr: for Fir. 1-3: 4t 1.23 WORK REFRESHED
and divide America at this critical moment, and they figure i ORDER AND :NOTICE OF:: PUBLICATION TO APPEAR
that Mr. Wallace is the best man to help them. lie's inthere STATE OF FLORIDA to and! Ollnell addrene .
Smith, whole
helping now. 4 I I. North Bide Grand Cayman COLDSLIQUID
It's a terrible thing to be a Quisling, whether intentionalor Urltl.h Went Indie
You are required to appear on MEDICINE IS BETTER
not.SiMI'LE. February S, 19U..ln the hove nam C.. geH.c.ed..n./.6 C..M Muales wild .6Hw .
ed Court ceeka and divorce.cause,Bradford wherein plaintiff Coun: : h.>ya.ll..a UiH4 Cold Prtvacetto I Ic.....U.L HAVE A COCA-COLA
PLAN OF FINANCINGThe I ty Telegraph ehall publish this. I.IQUID
Order In next four weekly iHmiqa.WltnenK 666 COLD .PA.AflON
story goes that'an oil man in Texas, needing! fundsto my hand and oftlclal .::-.u- u..our_er..aeSAPP'S

drill a well, advertised for 1,000 investors with $100 I ....
otich. He guaranteed unconditionally that they would get
their original investment back in ten years and if the well

"came in" they would, of course, share in the profits. Within STARLINGS'STORE
a few days the oil man had received the $100,000 throughthe
malls. Postal authorities watched the transaction with

dubious eyes and began quietly to investigate. !
They found no basis for complaint. Upon receipt of the GROCERY t

money, theoil man sent each of the investors a $100 Savings -
Bond which would mature in ten years. Having spent I ,
Cor. Call & Cherry
$75,000 for the bonds, he had $25,000 in cash with whichto 600 E. 10th St. I

operate, and the well is being drilled. Friday & Saturday January-. 10
The plan sounds so simple; and "foolproof" that it's a

.wonder ,someone" hadn't thought of it before. The only hard v .
part, apparently, is persuading those original investors to SWIFTS SMOKED: No. 2 Phillips .W,1a

part with $100 in the first place. -,

Sausage PEAS'29c I : ,

R. B. Alvarez &: Son lb. 3 25c Ice. i 4j .

cans drk/w"'*pith r nay ...toll
,. : sixA g trade-mark M"lOTTIID
a : mean At tame
Transfer & Storage Co. ..- ...... ...... -.-.--.-.-y '" -,..... -, .., ...

Large, 46 B'estVIalte !
Phone 9105 oz. can ; /jet

Moving and

{ We Operate Local and Long Distance Orange Juice BACON44c

t- Anywhere In The State of l' t

..-- ... / Florida. 21 c ea. Ib. a .. t

'Also Hauling Anywhere In Starke City Limits "aR
.. ,. ..
- -- ---- --

Extra Fancy
No.. 1 Tall Can
Long Grain


RICEFactory w
Remodel and-.Uodernize Your Present One Cocktail25c R RAdak'

: Pack

3 Ibs. 58c

PAY. NO DOWNPAYtiIENT .. -4 -. .. __ ..... .... ...,_

S No. 2 Cans "
c :


Shull Plumbing & Heating I JUICE .


+ O N47n. CmmCttu: C.wy



,. .. .-
_- ,- .
"" ... J JW" .........

r ''!< .. .'


last Tuesday with Miss Betty . . e his sister Mra. Felton Graves.. ing land I
some planting Order In next four lunar.
weekly County Telegraph i
who is her roommate at Florence Graves .. hall publish thl*
Horne has
returnedto \Vltn t handF'lolda Order In next tour I
gardens in weekly Issue
GrahamBy Starks
hope we have this Z3r4ut
FSU In Tallahassee: her home In Lutz after spend- a sentat Wltnein tatr'isbFl d nrflclaleat ''I
ampton fine for December 1947. at rids
year farming. : Mr. and Mrs. Heywood Wag- Mrs. John ing two weeks with her cousin (OFFICIAL !SEAL! ) A. J, Thomas 26, 1\\>>17.
Jy MC. Sweeney staff, Mrs. T. K. Simmons and McKinney Katie Maude Easterling. Aa Clerk of said Court. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
:Mr little grandson Ray Simmons Mrs. Della Osteen and Willard) IN: cmcriT COURT. im.i>Foiin John. J. Hendi-rKOn, } .. ...,
COUNTY FLORIIAI IN CHAN .tin., Florida.' By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. :
CLOSES SUNDAY all of Chase City Va. arrived Mrs. Minnie Cain of Gainesville Hines of High Springs were din- IKKY. Atty. for rif. 12-:6 4t 1-H Zarh IF. noutflan, Uuln*.vllU. Fla
sAL athrlstlan here last week to spend the remainder was the Christmas guest of ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. Alone :Morfron., Plaintiff VII Edward Atty. for Plf, t-3 4t l-U!
Revival services held of the winter. her son and daughter-In-law Mr. O. Starling Sunday. Morgan IWemlant. Pane No. 6213. IN: rilUTIT FOHI)
Church Donald Keyes and Thomas and Mrs. Horace Cain. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson and STAAND NOT1CH TO APPKAU t'KltV.Mildred | '
Evangelist in charge, Wadsworth returned home last Mrs. OK1 FU.KII tot Kdwnrtl: Jones, Plaint 1ft. v.. Itnhert Arthritis Pain
Ernest Ortagus children of Waldo ,.
of Green
haved movedto
night Jan. 11. Morgan who residence and sddr'ee Jones, Defendant (,'an. No. 217.ORDKR .
lose Stimlay' heldYear's week after a visit with friendsIn Cove Springs was visiting her our section and we are gladto I ln.t known !. % (lenernlDelivery I OF PITHU1CATION Far quick' delightfully' comforting help
tch Night Service was Winchester, Ind. mother, Mrs. Kate Georgetown, South Ca..oIIna. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR tclie and;: pain:: of Rheuroatlim, Ir.N..rllle. : .
welcome .
Starling, dur- them.
Eve, with special STATE OK FMtltlDA to: llobertnei ,Lumbago,Sclettea. or Keur..ltla try
'VI Mrs Ernest C. Morris and lit ing the holidays. Everybody has started the New You are required. to appear on .*, whose residence. la unknown.You a.I., .... Works ttarouih the blood. Pint do..
anil, petitions. January Seth, 19414, In the above are required to appear on luuelty tarta alleviating pain ao ton can
rI! tle daughter, Sue, with Benny Horace McKinney has returned Year off right. Some are fertilizing named Court unit, caune, whereinplaintiff February I, Isis, In the above work..nloy life and, deep more comfortably.Oet .
CELEBRATIONand Saxon, of Pompano arrived Mon from Lutz where he visited strawberries, some break. seek. ., dlvo....... Krn I,1Y plaintiff .......,..
County Telegraph shall publish this seeks illvorco. Bradford -".f.a'ioa or money back:. <1.
;Mrs. C. L. May en- day for a brief visit with Mr.

neil, with an Informal sup- and Mrs. B. y, Saxon.

Saturday night honoringson I Mrs. Lynn Hall and daughter

Pfc R. D. May on his' Lucile, of Dasher, Ga.. spent Sat .
enth birthday anniversary urday visiting friends and relatives
ps tM immediate family; here.

nt. guests Included Mr., and Mrs. Alma Saxon recently visIted

Horace May, Wilson F.Home May her mother, Mrs. Delia Dyal,, Yes Ma'am.
Misses Betty
ester, who has been quite ill at the
Sweeney. Pfc May;
Norma Lee Va. home of her daughter, Mrs. Clay .
for Camp
unday holiday visit with his Parker in High Springs.Mr. .

.a and friends and Mrs., Henry E. Guy
and children spent Friday with
)Him DINNERand Mrs. Ann R. Guy. They were
Mrs. George Williams) enroute to their home In Fruit-

hosts at a birthday dinner land Park after a holiday visit .
,ndiy, when Mrs. Williams' Washington, D. C. and Vir 1t

r. postmaster. H. B. Wig- ginia. Mrs. Guy also entertainedas ,r- S nr :
was guest of honor on his dinner guuests Sunday her 1

-eighth birthday annlversa- sister-in-law, Mrs. Delia G. Williams "
:nloylng/ this event with Mr. and family of Gainesville.W :< ;
ms were Mrs. H. B. Wig W. Hicks and son. Lann-
Joe Wiggins, Mr. and Mrs.. ford, were visitors to Callahan
Wiggins and daughter,, Saturday.
P. of Jacksonville, and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. .Purvis Hazen
Irs, One Wiggins and chili and children of Ocala and Mr.

of Starke. i and Mrs. T., E. Duncan and family \

of St. George and of Gainesville were New
n.I Home
eston, S. C. spent severallast Year's Day guests of Mr. and STARKE WILL WELCOME NEW
week with his brother,, Mrs. L. A. Wynn of Hampton

'. Home and family. Miss Lake.
Kateba of Ocala spentACKACHE Mrs Virgie Addison. of Ocala
e has been a recent guest of her

brother-in-law and Mrs. T. C.and Chaatain.sister Mr. FOOD STORE WITH FIVE ADVANTAGES -

Lick comforting help for Backaohe.miHs Friends of Mr. and Mrs. How- '
Film,Getting Up Night strong ard Atkinson of Chicago, III. ,
urli'.Inltttlng pauaget, Lei Palm 5.
I 1 under iye, and i.oll n anklea, due will be interested to liear of the
.....DI.and non-eyrremie Kidney ender birth of their second daughter :
quick:,complete : '
Iroublii try Cp t.r. Mr.
fiction or money back guaranteed. Ask: Nancy Mary, on Dec. 22. _
IdruuUt for Cy.ex today.CIWlETS and Mrs. Atkinson and dau&hter.Gery ,
resided here while Mr. At-
kinson was stationed at Camp
I Ir
Blanding during the war years.,
31if r Jiaiu M. Smith 'f
and 'made many friends. y ..
Marcelene Prevatt daughterof rt ; 1. SELF-SERVICE: so you can

I l :Mr. and Mrs. J.' B. Prevatt has 1 ., handpick the groceries:; you want.
111 with p
been seriously pneumonia LAS
I3 but Is now much Improved I ar t- ti
d after spending! several'days in t ? '., 2, BUY FOR CASH for better budgeting
ttlI Shadycrest Hospital. Friends are I! V M ) lower prices, more savings. i ij

o wishing her a rapid recovery. .

Miss Virginia Lou Pickren of j 1: '' ,''I, a: (lUAI.IT0 0111 featuring

Jacksonville, and Mrs. Seeber' \ national brands!! you know you

Goodman of Starke were, visitors 1- can depend on.
here Sunday.
I Mrs. 0.' D. Gay of : '
Mr. and .
LOCAL OWN( n Oi'" 1.
..e punel1OD..wet, vlsUJl1g, ....friend, -eo at
local enterprise, keeps money
.' ,
) here Monday. '
) ) "hklt: Mrs. May Sweeney and daughters -! home.
I'f .,
Joan and Connie, spent:
several days last week in Jacksonville -, 5. MORE FOR YOUR ffoodJdollar
as guests of Mrs. Mar- 11 better table. Your 6

Utet. ingI a Ion Gnann, -M s. Sweeney's sis f "',' pu'N more groceries in your sack

1 "* a U| kkk eK of that ter.Mr.. and Mrs Clarence Cooper % -i r ,, .,' '.,' at Jitney-Jungle.

and family have recently returned -
home after a visit with rela-

CTA1 DRY CLEANERS tives In Cross City.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Johns, Mrs.:
AND LAUNDRY I Minnie Johns and Richard Johns'

lOHI I 21 Q1IEN BUILDING were visitors in Hawthorne last' >: : '

Sunday. '" I' .. : ;: 5, I ab

ARN Whip\ You LEARN to FLY ., ...

.1 .

|0n The G. I I. BILL of RIGHTSWe ,

are now Approved for the fol 3

lowing courses: '1

Basic Ground ., Primary and Advanced ,

Flying Also Private Com- ': I
Then too, -town.ports
jnerclal and Flight I L Instructor....... ... BROTHERS OPEN NEW We belong to !!
a CONNER aged.
Courses. Approva "No'. 5650. +;;< :::-+ local institutions, participates:: in local enterprises: and

keeps its money at home.
Class) Room Instruction Tues. & Thurs.
JAN. 15

FRIDAY the kinds
JITNEY-JUNGLE brings together
Nights 7:30 P. M. brands Host!,l of of foods all: that American women prefer This helps the

housewife guard the health of her family by providing nutritious
CONWAY-LIBBY U-FLY-IT SERVICE Jitney-Jungle specializes in the favorite national brands
will be added to the
and welcomed and meats.
SOMETHING: new modern and choices of produce
PHONE know for quality,
147 OR 32 and that
commercial life of our t wn. It will simplify food buying the hest to he had plus the extra advantage of making
in living costs t or it You get
CONWAY AIRPARK help reduce the largest of expense more for groyour own selections by hand.
may help you set a better table without upending

ceries. Nothing could be more to your advantage. Your patronage

I is invited. opening and pay us a neighborly visit.JitneyJungle .
Nowl! Newl Under local ownership and home management the 'omA new most cordial welcome awaits you.
store will give you as nearly as practical a (

\1'itu.HOME PERMANENT plete food shopping center.

Deluxe I For more than 25: years. independent grocers have been
with Professional turning to the self-service"method of retailing food*. In adopting
the Jitney-Jungle system, grocers throughout the
that the vast majority of all women who
States have proved

PATi( G buy food Through prefer the to self-service make their principal own selections we are in able this to way.eliminate'

tires -
which are trucks gasoline
many operating license expenses tags among extra telephones drivers and extra
GURltRPe'rnan.n" clerks., None of these ever reached your table, yet they were

included in old-time prices. .

obtained when you buy for cash for
other savings are
Pe'rnan.n"made easiest. ; easier wlnd- advantage and suffer no losses on r
'' ajrrme: newTONI Pro- ingsmootercurLTheY'reribb.dai I we in turn buy to better Jitney-Jungle all of us ,
& Plastic accounts. When no one owes
((5Q\ I to your hair yoaimonelN'r.New credit
1I10r. curling surface), rt-utablt, to save : are happy. 4 ,

*,'lrt,,, Plcsti Deluxe/ Kit $2 R4ft3 Kit iWMem W I"", fm. $100! 1
curler Rtgular Kit.fibtf"", fm. $12 -




.J"I '" 1.,,! ::4. !\"' ....' ,, ,
._. ,._. ___.. _" _.,. _____.._.......-,..___-...._ : ; ,


ltt ____
-- -- I dance l.: Bartow. Georgrla.You iv rincfiT cornr. nnAnronoCOUNTY. IN cinrriT COI'RT
Christmas Pageant At, Kindergarten are required tu appear on FLORIUAl IX CHAN OVP.TT.. FLU'tID'. IIt POb!;.,
I SOCIETY and CLUBS February 9, 1948 In the above named CERY. CEIIY '.,.
Court and cause, wherein plain Virginia Jacqueline Eniell Petrle Martha JolcLeod Cowin
tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County -: Plaintiff v.. AlexanderGalr Petrie, Everett Sylvester "lalnUlr
Telegraph shall publish this Jr.. Defendant. Case No. 6239. dant.: Case No. 6234.fJOVltl n.d uf
[, Order In next four weekly Issue ORDER OF PITRLICATION
Stubbins Home Witness my hand anil official seal AND NOTICE TO APPEAR OF PURLIl'ATIIf
Mrs. Breazeal ,,of at Htarke, Florida this January 8, STATE OF FLQRIDA to: Alex. AND NOTICE APPEAR!
4 y dl 'IJ 1940. ander Oalr Petrle. Jr. whose residence l- STATE OF FLOnin ,
New Year's Hostess Scene Of Party (OFFICIAL A. J. Thomas. and address last known Is: Sylvester. Cowln.uh la'l" Bi'
AssF7Clerk of said Court % Air. A. Petrle Contentment Inland residence la Won r At Lake Home On New Year'sEve 1 Zach }t. Douglas, Ualnenvllle, Flu Tokeneke, Darien, Connecticut Indianapolis Indiana. Avo..
Atty. for Pit 1.9.. 130.upolt'r requlr

i Mrs. I. N. Breazeale held open Mrs. R. A. Green Mrs. J. R. : OF_rOMUTlOV, OF before You are February required o.r'?:to appear 11)48,. In on theabove or Februarare named Court 7th 'and lOts,cause lta In. .?thee. "I*

' house on New Year's Eve from Kite, and Mrs. R. P. Stubbinswere ".....()HIU1 H""K'r NTANKH"OK named and cause, plaintiff seeks divorce pre*
seeks and ,
New Year's MTAIIKK i>, THE M'r.\'rN OF" wherein plaintiff divorce of child. Bradford CuCmU5t*
hostesses on
12:30 o'clock at her l lovely of Bradford County
9 until : .OK.nT. '('.n: (I.OSH OFIII.SI chance name. graph shall publish *
home on Klngaley Lake. Eve at a lovely party at the \KM* OV 1"JF.fIII.. 1017.A ,;Telegraph next: four, shall I .. fyblu.I.:: OrderIn next four weekly issue this. Ordor

Decoration on the lower floor home of' the latter, beginning at balances with HurtsCaxh otherbanks Witness my hand and official at"Wltnemj Stark... my Florida hand and ofrlclal
were In the Christmas motif', being 10 o'clock: Including reserve seal at Btarke, Florida, this 7th" of uary 1..1'". thlH 6th of J
"the Decorations' were colorful arrangements balances, and cash ItemsIn January OFFICIAL 1948. (OFFICIA SEAL) A.
highlighted by presenceof of collection 179,992,34 ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. J. Tho
a bright Christmas tree In the of red gladioli' and L'nltod process States Government As Clerk of said Court. As Clerk of Hal den. silver leaves, these being usedIn obligation, direct endguaranteed 1,704,87201 John, Fla..T. Henderson. Esq., St. Augustine tine John,. Fla..T. Henderson/
Refreshments were served from artistic fashion throughoutthe Obligations of States and Atty. '(or. Pit. 1-9 4t 1-JO. ( Atty.. for, Plf, t.t ,t I'
a table In the dining, rpom 'which living and dining rooms.' political subdlvlxlnnn :253,10082
Loans and discounts (In-
h":3il a Centerpiece of' varl-color- During the evening guueata enjoyed rlu d I n g. 328,01'over-
ed balls placed 0 n a reflector conversation and group drafts) 28,19!) !
Bank premises owned U.- LET US RENT YOU: A
the Year
outlined in greenery and balanced singing greeting 288.67. furniture and
on either aide by burning red with "'Auld Lang Syne". Refreshments fixtures 12,21319 9.4RIt.\15!*

tapers In Christmas holders. were served from,:the Other .assets. 11.48825 '

'About thirty guests were present dining table, overlaid with linen Plrtuied above In the colorful scene presented by he pre-Chrlnt- .TOTAL'ASSETS 2.313.8U.811I. LOCKERTo ,

to welcome In the New Year and centered with an arrange ma pageant given by Martha'Smith'* kindergarten pupil" depleting ........... .

on this glad occasion. ment silver of leaves.red roses. This was aurrounded flanked the Nativity. Shown In >the I 'P'OuP.'an. (front 'row;, left to right) Demand ,deposits par .tnershlpn of Individuals ,' Keep Your Cured J Meat In .

by Teresa Col(ton, Jimmy Lawson, Tom Smith Kathleen Conway, Diana and corporations 1,234,22(89
either aide by burningred Time deposits of Individuals
Birthday'Dinner on Smith. Manha Bennett.;Kd" Kay Sale, Jean ,IUatt, Flora Slade. partnerships, and
For Lem BrowniLem Forty tapers.guests were present to Second row, left to right,.Marguerite Hlatt, Bill Wall, Kay Hart, Deposits corporations. of United. States. 857,753 $2.00 Per Locker.Per Month

hare this delightful occasion with Jimmy Malone, Lynda.WIIIIIIUn", uier Pajtln. Mary Katherine Waln- Government. (Including ,

Brown wan honored Sun the hostesses i. wright, Ell Ilartmann..TJ>lr)|.jow;,Bob Smith (Santa Claus), Per- Deposits postal of savings States) and po> 11,47171 tr '.

day Jan. 4, by Mrs. Brown and man Robert, lank Graham, and Douglas Seymour. political subdivisions 262,531.00
Other deposits (certifiedand ,
their son and daughtnr-ln-law Two Hostesses officers' checks
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brown ata etc) 15 RR3,59

l lovely surprise dinner at their Entertain UDC Baptist WMS.Circles Methodist WSCS TOTAL' DEPOSITS, U.I81,867.13Oth..r STARKE I ICE.COMPANY.

home''' In the Rising section. The Met TuesdayCircles Met Monday liabilities 7.728.17

occasion was hid 63th birthday The W. T, Weeks Chapter of. ., (not TOTAL Including LIAP1LITIES subordinated Phone 12

annIversary. the UDC was entertained at,, the: One, Two, and Three of .Mrs W, .G. Halle Mrs. Titus obligations i .
Upon arrival at hla home, following home of Mra. L. D., Vining on the Baptist WMU held' meetings Olson and Mrs. W. E. Middleton shown below) 2.189,595.30 STARKE FLORIDA

church serviced' Mr. Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. M., Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. entertained both circles of the Capital Arroants
Brown was given a surprise welcome F. Brown was .co-hostess with Capital+ 25.000.00
Circle One met at the home of Methodist WSCS Monday afternoon Surplus I60.nno.oo
by guesttt who greetedhim l Mrs' Vlning. Mrs. H. A. Lawson with nine at. 3 o'clock in the educational Undivided profits 3.951.06 .
in the living Reserves. (and retirementaccount -- -
by singing "Happy Birth- Members gathered
members present. Members'were building, where early for preferred
day"*. room where artistic' bouquets -' seated in the hostess' living room Spring flowers were used in dec capital) 15.41560

Decorations" on this occasionwere of light pink gladioli lent where arrangements of chrysanthemums orating. About 30. members were TOTAL CAPITAL AC

colorful arrangements! of further charm to the attractive and roses were. used. for' present.Following'. COUNTS 194.368 THE

red roses and. white gladioli at surroundings. decorating.Mrs. ,a short program.during' TOTAL T.TA BIMTIES

intervals around the living room Mrs E. K. Pcnyman President F. B. Beard, gave 'the devotional ,which Mr E. K. Ferryman ANT (' A PIT A LAC-
and dining room. Centering the presided. Mrs. A. Z. Ad- COUNTS 2,383.981.
and was in, charge of I and Mrs.i Olson discussed finances +Thin. hank capital con-
dining room table was a beautiful kins read a historical paper entitled the program the theme I of which; and future plans ,,for the Hint of: : :< -S SPOTLIGHT I T
two-tiered birthday cake. "Virginia's Contribution to i Common stock with total ::
a' business .
was "A BlighterOutlook for coming year; short par value of $25,000.00 ;
Those prevent to share this delightful the Nation". She mentioned especially 1948' for Temperance and Evangelism" session was held by each circle. ,...: .
event with the honor Gen. Robt. E. Lee whose I. Memoranda ,
Thosetakln: part In' During the business meetings Assets pledged or aimlfrnecl .. "
guest were: Mr. and Mrs. Lester occurs this month. FLORIDA
birthday tn
officers for elect. nvriirx llabllltlen figa;
the >wer. Mrs.: L. O. each circle were .5 on ,
program and for other .
Kite; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. During the social hour Mrs. purposes 388.322.S3 -
Powell Mrs. H. 1J. Hough, and ed as follows! :
Brown; Mrs Minnie Phillips: Vining and Mrs. Brown, assistedby I I. S. L. Peek, Jr'. Cashier of the .
Mrs. Gilbert Brown and sons, Mrs. E. L. Matthews, served Mrs. Ed Tcnly.Following Circle No. One: above named bank do solemnly
the business meetingMrs. Chairman-Mrs. O. L. Haynes swear that the above .statement. l Is 40 Days
,Marvin and Ed; Mr,, ant Mrs. refreshments. true, and that It fully and correctly
will be held Lawson served delicious refreshments Co.chalrman-Mrs. W. 0: Haile represents. the true
J. C., Sapp and one Bobby and The next meeting state of the .
L. D. Green several matters herein '
Wayne'!; Mr. and Mrs, Raymond with Mrs. Lex Green In February. being assisted by Secretary-Mrs. ant -forth to the best containedand of my ,
Treasurer Mrs. L. A. Davis.
Brown; :Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly Mrs. Tenly. Knowledge and belief.
Circle )N< Two: Correct-AtteHt: S. L. Peek Jr.
; Mr. and Mrs. H. Box and OES Members Will \Y. I.. Wall. OUTSTANDING
daughter, Joan; Mrs. Alice Oliver 'Circle Two was entertained by Chairman-Mrs. F. H. Long W. P. Smith

; Mr. and, MI's. K. D. Jones; Greet Grand Matron Mrs. S. E. Sparks,at her ,home, Co-chalrman-J..Mrs. L. W, Koch TV. It. Sewell. of
Rev. W. C. Burton: Mr, and V which was beautifully decorated Treasurer-:Mrs..l) Chas. Oakes State of Florida,

Mrs. L. C. McVay, Jr.fro; and Waldo Chapter No. 120( Orderof with ,arrangements of red roses Secretary-"'-Mrs. W. B. Parks County sworn of to Bradford.and subscribed un: beforeme RACING

Mrs. L. C. McVay 'Sr., and Mrs. Eastern Star will hold its fern and potted plants. For this Following the,bu lnes sessions this, 7th day nf January 1948
Beulah Prescott regular meeting Friday. Jan 9. occasion, the meeting was presided the hostesses assisted by Mrs. E. and I hereby certify that I am, not
an .
or Director of
a little barller than usual In, order over by the,leader,.Mrs, W, L. L. :Matthews, relived refreshments. (SEAL 0//lcer) E W.this Haves hank., '
that the members can 1 attend .. Notary, Puhllo.
Andrews Mrs. Ira Wilson read
Miss Padgett Weds My Commission: expires Feb. 8. 1 48.rincurr .
the official visit of 1 the the devotional 'from 'PMa.bnlll., and ,

Earl Ray Batten Worthy Grand Matron Mrs. *pal Mrs Ada .followed-with' .LocaP'News' III! (-'GI'RT nnAUFonnCHAN. I': HIALEAH: ,

Bartow, of *Qrand'Chapter of VSa.' prayer. ,Elght .'members,Avert ,COi''SY.. II'LorUO.AI,, .1\1.: ... t. > n ." ... .....__ _
.., Mr. and,I, Mrs.., H., 1;. Padgettof to be ,held 'In Lake Butler Friday present,at the;nieeting' i CRR'Ma..y Magdalen\r. Duff"P""ntlff; vs. *, .
Starke announce ,the: mar .' ., at 8 : Edward
Jan. q p.m. Joseph ,Duffy Defendant
The chairman"
program Mrs. Mr. and'Mrs..C. Wj.Suvage: and '
riage of their daughter; 'Mildred of the Waldo Chapter Case. No. 8343.
Member l 17'rea' Classics
L. D. Haines presented an inter daughter Yvonne of Jacksonvillewere ORDER OF PirBLICATtON Including Turf
Louise, to Earl Ray flatten, son will meetat: 7 p., m. In order, esting program, concerning India.: guests last Friday of Mrs. .STATE NOTICK;: TO APPEAR
of Mr, and Mrs. R. L. Batten that all attend the official, OF.FLOniDA to: Kdwar.1
may Taking part on this program were Savage's parents. Mr. :and Mrs. address Puff.,,' ." ""Itlenre. and
also 1 of Starke, on Dec. 27 In visit who wish to do no.' i Is: .3rd Av..nue. Brook-
Mrs. F. Shaw Mrs. W. N. Johnson Olin White. York'
Ga. 'Judge A. S. Mc W lyn New -
-Maude Lappe,
Queen performed the ceremony. -t'j and Mrs. John Pierce. Sentence Mack Futch has returned to his February 9. 19 8 tin'theeaboveanam' JANUARY 16 through MARCiT2Florida's
prayers were offered, by all studies at the of Flor sdICourt
i The bride chose for her marriage Meet For University and cause, wherein plain. :
WOW To members.' tiff .k" divorce. P'rad'or,1
r a lovely wool auit of a Ida' after enjoying; his mid-term Telegraph shall publish CountTOFFICIAL
: light shade of green featuring Annual.ElectionAll Following'' the program Mrs. vacation at the h tome of his par In next ..four. weekly Isauea. Order
black accessories. Sparks served delightful refreshments ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch., seavat Starks Flor dalJon-

Mr. Batten Is employed at members s of the Woodman assisted by Mrs. Wilson Mr. and Mrs Harry Lappe and urarv A. 1948. Oldest, Largest and Finest Track
Lovett's while Mm. Batten is Circle are asked to attend the and Mrs. D L. Thomas.- Robert Lappe returned home from ( SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas., .
employed at Priest's. meeting to be held next Tuesday Next meeting will be In Feb. Washington Ind., and St. Louis T. Frank LnndrumkStark.dPinurt' .1
In the WOW Hall. Mo., where attended the fun Atty for 1'1' 1.\1 4t 1.30 .- .. -
They are at home to friends night at 7:30: ruary at the home of Mrs W. L. they -
I at their 'homo south of Starke The meeting will be for the Andrews. eral of Mra.\ Lappe's mother, Mrs __ h _._ _

on the Keystone highway purpose of electing officers for Aria Smith. I

I the year. Circle Three met at the homeof Mrs. Effie Johns had as guests

Mr. and :Mra. Ralph Begue were Members are asked to meet at Mrs. I), L. Silcox., Eight mere Sunday her nephew and niece, Mr. i
guests several days this week of the Guidon Grill at 6:30: for sup bers gathered at the hostess' and Mrs. J. ,J. Gross and her i Ii

relatives in Jacksonville. per. home, where floral arrangements nephew. George Baisden Jr., all I 'ljO'u
i of dalnty.-wh4te jasmin graced the of Jacksonville. i
living room at intervals.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ingram enjoyed Cordially Invited To Attend

j BICYCLE SHOE W. J. Epperson Sr., gave a sightseeing trip Sundayto : ,
the> devotional from Psalms 138. Daytona, Jacksonville, and St.
Mrs. If.. L. Brownlee, circle leader Augustine I

1 REPAIRING REPAIRING was in charge of the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cooke returned .
program In the absence of Mrs.T. Sunday from Albany, Ga.. OF. THE NEW' FORD :

B. Harding program chairman.Mrs. after being guests for several ,

! We Make Keys M. F. Hazen Mrs R. B. 'days of relatives there.

Alvarez. Mrs. n. T. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Quick. '
, .>., ..-,.. ?-.,.-.? ?.-? .. ? .. ... ,,_,, A Mrs. J. E. Futch participated -In Jr, had as guests last' weekendhis 'BOntU &i"iTRUCKS '48
the program. )parents, Mr. and Mm. Charles FOR

SPORTING GOODS | During the latter part of the ) H. Quick' his grandfather, I ,

afternoon Mrs. Silcox served! delightful W. I). Hope, all. of Waycrosa Ga.. AT THE ANDREWS MOTOR CO. SALESROOM

/ refreshments\ and. was and brother Harry' Quick' of
assisted in serving by Mrs. Vernon Washington, D. C. I
& Baker Sllcox. Mr.. and Mrs. Bill Gnann of FROM 8:00:: A.,,,,M. TO 8:00 P. M.l ..'
] Biggs
I Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. Lester

" Woman's Club A. Hall of Citra visited Sunday FRIDAY, JANUARY 16 1948

;. 105 ,v. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. Meets Next WeekThe I Mrs evening L. at U. the Morgan.home* of Mr.- and I ,

. I --- --. .-
Starko- Woman's Club will I
i iI meet Wednesday afternoon. January I'I

14. at 3:30: o'clock at the iCIHCI IT rniitr. ilK 'DVOMII I
1 club house. (0l MTY. FI.UHIUAI l'> CIIANK.H : I < onuJ < FOR MS! '
1 (' V. _
FLORIDA $ Mrs.. T. H, Osborne, chairmanof .t1itlI.H Rule Plaintiff v*. Joyce .
U ., PrConditnt Can No. tiii. Ii N E W 'B I G J 0 B '
youth, conservation, will have ORDER: OP !rtTBLICATIOVNI S. Two of 'em',. ...biggest Ford
charge of the program at which ) NOTICE TO APPEAR Trucks ever built! '

Sun., Mon., Tues. Jan. 11, 12, 13 time there will be discussion on r.. STATE Rule. wrhnH OP .LORIOA rentdenc to and: Joyce ad. I j'N:

"Needs of Youth Conservationand dre... 110 l : (-mpon Place, Mttuchcn I E W I
Now Jersey Brand
ne six two
the Club's? Obligation" You are required to appear on : paiked power-
Welcome Stranger Hostesses for the afternoon February 5. 1949. In the above named I new V-8's. Up to A45 horsepower I .
Court and cauiie, wherein plain. If
will be Mrs. J. L. Anderson, Mrs.E. tiff ....k. divorce. Bradford County f
L. Matthews, :Mrs W. B. Sew Tvlvgiteph shell. publl.h thl.Order NEW. CAn S. Million) dollar cab with living-'room

Ming Crosby, Barry 'Fitzgerald Joan Caulfield ell, Mrs. D. E. Knight. Mlr\ \Vltn.In....next my hand four and weekly official Iwuea.seal I comfort r .

., : .. George Kopelouaos, Mrs.< J. D. at Htarke.. Florida, this January I.1tH. .

; Wed., Thurs. Jan. 14, 15 Doyle, Mrs. 1* F. Dlnklns Mrs. (OFFICIAL SEAT.) A. J. Thomaa, i NEW FRAMES. New axel
W. J. Epperson. Jr. As Clerk of paid. Court. I ; new steering, new
I W. H. : brakes
Charles H. He..... 304-05 Guaranty I
Nollman, and Mrs. W. H. Edwards Lite l Pla. I !
"Th e Trouble With Women"Ray Atty. lc f."Ck.O'.vm.'I. .: 4t 130IK I II' .

," NEW 1\10 DEL S More than 115 'models in the
riHcrir roniT BRinronuCO
+ Miland, Teresa Wright{ Brian Donlevy Mis Madge Brownlee left Mon !'MTV. FLOIIIItAl CFIAN. Ford line J

1- ., I day morning for,Montreal N. C.. Emma CKHY.Julia Jackson Plaintiff. v.. I! M
1 Fri., Sat Jan. 16, 17 after enjoying 'a' vacation during 'Raymond: Lacy Jackson, Ixfendant.Caae I I II
t the holidays at the home of her No. 4341.ORDER -
\ "RETURN OF THE LASH" parents, Mr. and Mrs, H. L.Brownlee. =NOTIOH TO.APPEAR

I I Al (Lash) Larue If HTATK lacy DP,,Jackerfn.PI.OKIDA whose to: V Kay.mend ..H. ANDREWS MOTOR ,

_-'_ __".L CO.e

THE ,M1LLERSON CASE" Men's:i.:1 ? 199 W Madison St. I

Warner Baxter I ALVAREZ' STORE 1894 ]j I Starke Fla. i I,

.. H '" "', ....., t' ...l .. < ". ,. '.,,,'k'. .., ,....., l l t.;... .-

.. ...
.., ..


: I II
LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dowling, I Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsome Friends, of Miss Mary Bi.'own- Miss Louise Stern has returnedto I :II IIt I
of and Mr and Mrs. 'W. T. Jackson had aa guests New Year's Day lee .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. St. Louis. Mo., after enjoying IIi I
spent Sunday evening in Gaines- her mother Mrs ,J., A. Howe of H. L. Brownlee, will be interestedto two weeks' vacation with 'herparents Ij II I

ville.Mr. Hollywood, and sister, Mrs.' H. W. learn that she j
I recently movedto Mr, and Mrs W. A.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Strletel
E. Land and Mra. Frank G. Hem Shipp of Jacksonville.
and Mrs Martin melr and children, Judy and Jim- Baltimore; Md., where she Is Stern. !Miss Stern la a studentat ,,
and ingway had Mr.
Edward, as Sunday guests
and Ureck Treatments Hot Oils Superintendent of
Robert Hematology the
I St. Louis Institute of
ns, of Ind, and Mar.vln' '
my Lafayette and Mrs. Hal I
Jr., Alexander and children -
nd Mrs. A. L. Crosby I Eyebrow, Eyelash: Dye, Haircut, Laboratory at John Hopkins Music. II
Strletelmelr of
In Columbus Wayne and Mary Lou and
friends I
of Manicure Arches. Hospital. .
Sunday Johns Before her
guest!! Ind., were guests.Wednesday and Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Hemingway Ruby ,, changing Treat J urlf. to a completeniatNajre.
Beauty Shop In giving two of residence to Baltimore Miss\
'. Thursday of last week at the Jr., and son you Ruby Johnn Beauty
Fridayt Richard all of Jack
a.x returned ladles tneatmemt Brownlee
Robbins a for the priceof resided .ln St. Louis,
S. home of Mr. and Mrs. Olin White sonville.W. Shop.
from Charleston one. 10 days only. Mo for a number of .
week vlalt with Mr., and Mrs Isle Dobson and P. Smith had as guest several ? years.Mr. Mrs. W. H. Thomson and children -
he enjoyed a Mr. and Mrs.' ,W. L., Andrews i and Mrs. J. R] Wainwright
rte Holidays.and children, formerly of Starke had days last Week his daughterand Evelyn, Marjorie, and, Fred-
t during: the Jim Allison of St. as their:guests New Year's Day granddaughter Mrs F. W. had as their' guests. New Year's and children, and' 'Mr. and Mrs. die, have.. returned 1 to their homein

Mrs. Saturday"on Mr. and Mrs. T. R Ducharme I Varnedoe and daughter, Mary Day their son-in-law ,and daughter Charles Darby' and family were Montlcello after enjoying several
were Mr. and Mrs. F. F.. and children, Dianna, Gall, and. Lou, of Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Nix Jr., guests Sunday of Mr, and Mrs. days visit at the homo of
of A, I.
family.fcen Ronald, Jr., of Clearwater.Mr. I Senator S. D. Clark of Monti- of Concord. N. C. Mr, and Mrs. Spencer In Jacksonville Mrs Thomson's father and, mother,
and and Mrs.,J. H. DuPre and Nix left of Mr/'and Mrs. J. E. Wilson were
Mills has retu cello was a guest last Friday at Thurjday last '''week Mr. and 1011'8.to.. F. Stump; W.
enjoying severale daughter, Nancy recently were the home of Senator and Mrs. for Mississippi, 'where tKyv will in Gainesville Tuesday on bust H. Thomson and Dr. and Mrs.

after in St. Augustine with guests of Mr. and. Mrs. C. J. Here Charley E. Johns. open their first dry goods "itore ness. Karl Llnnpnnm of Midland Mich.,

visit H. K. Mills. rlngton?in Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Brooker Another guest at the Andrews' You will feet better all day accompanied them Wednesday of Weekend Specials

ther, Sale & Service. The Mrs. Clara Holton of. ,Tampa Is of Lake City were. visiting Mr. home during the,:holiday* was after one It','our relaxing Sham last week. to Montlcello after being

OVER outlet for genuine part a guest this week -of her brother- and Mrs. H. P. Gillen and family Mrs.\ C. D. Addison'ofOcala., poos. Ruby Johns lleauty Shop.. guests for the day at the

120. Smith's Gara e. tf in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday 'vening Mr and Mrs: Reggie Brookerof Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Eppersonof Stumps' home.

and Mrs. Elbert M. EJ- Freeman Register. Treat Joan friend and yourselfto Lake City were' Sunday evening St. Petersburg and Mr. and Mrs Mae Edwards, Miss Elaine ARMOUR'S STAR

and baby of Daytona were Mr. and Mrs. Woodfin Haile, a body and facial at guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Mrs. Harold McKinney ,and son Edwards and Mrs. Lois Mayes
last weekend of his'mother Jr. and daughters of Orlando, massage P. Gillen and family. Danny and R.' A. Epperson, Jr., spent New Year's day at Jack-
Ruby Johns Beauty all for
liter, Mrs. Mae Edwards and and Jack Haile of Jacksonvilleare the price of em810 Shop days only.H. Misa Sylvia Morse returned all of, Jacksonville were guests sonville Beach. Shortening35c I i
T 'Another guests this weekend of Mr. recently at the home of Mrs. W.
Elaine Edwards. C. Wall will leave Satur Sunday to Stetson in'Deland I Sgt, Billy Miles returned Mon-

lend guest at the Edwardswas and Mrs. W. O. Haile. day 'for Ft. Bennlng, Ga: wherehe where she resumed her studies J. Epperson Sr. day morning to Milledgevllle, Ga. lb. .

Mrs. Lois. Mayes of Jerome Johns has resumed his will attend the Selective Service after spending the Holidays here I HOOVKK Bale & Sen Ire. The after spending his mid-term vaca-

ivllle. *i studies 4 at. Emory.'",at Oxford; in School for two weeks. with' her. parents; Mr. and Mrs. only ,outtet" for genuine part I tion at the home of his parents

jtial Introductory" Offer: Ruby Georgia follow4ng- 'blid-term vacation -': Mr. and 'Mrl : W. R. Morse. .r' ,Phonei2. Smith' Oarage. tf Mr., and Mrs\ B. F. .Miles.
home of his Roy Holm and .
Beauty Shop in giving you at the parents .. ,.
m children of Tampa were week-
Sen' and Mrs. Charley E. Johns. ,
Set and '
|a friend Shampoo. end guests recently of Mr. and lIT DIXIE LILY
cure for price. of ont'10,\ Billy Dampier returned Sunday Mrs. Marvin Lawson EXTRA SPECIALS! EXTRA SPECIALS!
only. t. (11111\' t 1 t' from High Springs where he had family OR EELBECK

and 2 Guar- been a guest since Christmas Dayat N. D. Wainwright Jr. returned .
[ get ----- -
Friend -
ing d IVrinanents a for the price the home of his grandparents Sunday by t plane to>> Jacksonville :: : -:::- --- .-..-. -- ....- -'-- -' ---- --- MEALGRITS'

Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Dampier. after spending three days in

rs Leah Stevens of Tampaa Mrs. Hal. P. Gillen and daughter Miami on business. While there Beautiful) 7-Pc. Junior DINING ROOM SUITS

guest last weekend of Mrs. Diane, and Mrs. R. C. Dam- he attended the Orange Bowl

]H Struth and ,Miss Kate pier spent Saturday in Jackson football game. tf I or
fth. :."s"toree' ville. I Mr. and Mrs. .P. M. Barefoot -- ? $189.50
spent Sunday in Brooker where

they attended the birthday din- I I 1$ a 5 lb. 49c

Every Branch of ner honoring Mrs. Barefout'sbrother Reg. $225 Value

A. B. Surrency.
1 Buffet
INSURANCE Misses Elizabeth Lawson! Mar. ; t t 1 China
jorie Davis, and Virginia Sewell
1 Table
were the students I
P among returnIng '

.. to FSU Tallahassee. after IAA tr .1 I Heavy Chairs

the holidays. 11 11 7-1'I..c' si ii i oak
> <
H. C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE Col. and Mrs. R. G. White of J
+bt,,, lirautiful IYoslNtunly
St. Augustine were guests! Tues-

PHONE 146 day night at the home of Mr. A $1.75 ctn.
and Mrs. H. C. .Wall. 1 ", w Medium Nloitvnxlon : ,
Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED r +""' wz. : Table
H. O. Lawson was a guest dur- ." "

ing the holidays of relatives in

Auburndale. -
.. ._
Airs. Ara Moitt has returned 5-Pc. CHROMDINETTES. v f 1 V ALL BRANDSMILK,

home after spending the holidaysin

Jacksonville with her sister,

Mrs. W. A. Alvarez and niece .

Mrs. R. J. Matzatt.Mr ,.

YOUR CAR WB 'have a new FOR SALEONE and Mrs. E. T. Shull and ..
IllILCO auto radio! Immediate
.tallatlon.. As low all f 41.10. I son, Bobble spent Sunday visiting $75.50Reg. Lt
just completed. In Lakeland and at Bok
curt at Madison streets' Stark 2 for 25c
,tiT OUTHII W1I1TI3 PAIVT $5 OAT. Tower,
Somi-UlosB |4 gal. White enamel $99.50 Value
$160 ptal Other paint at low prices. Mrs. S. R. Dodson,' formerly of
YOUR: FARM. CITY AND I LUMHKHl 1x6, 8wahS 2x8. Sx Starke and the State Farm is enJoying .
I II Assorted Color
12, 160-170 ln .
SL ESS PROPERTY .' Plumbing Fittings; % In. Ply Wood);' a visit with her son, Irie Extension Leaves
I fine Flooring; Book Shelve I Dobson and family at Lake But-
FINISH LIME White Cement, Two .Skies Rustproof I COLGATE'SVEX
,Glass Block Sand. ler.Dlil .
I ALSO Concrete' Pipe; Concrete you ever feate your toenails ..Heavy ,Porcelain' -I Tup
S'IROUT EEST.Tia Block ; all sizes; pipe, step stones, '
r.rralimt I house piers, loot; Cement Rook manicured and your feet C
ad..etl.er of QewwNtry > I Mortar Mix. Steel Windows: Paint maaaaged professionally f Do so at
property. Hm mm* or USE OUR BUDGET PLAN
and Block Paint Concrete
....._ Ion : Floor .
airor Jlome.F.. complete Dump Truok'Hauling.One Ruby Johns, Beauty Shop. '''Two
***. from alt ohs .
7 over '
"d. Free open lltlar. I new. of you ladles, believe It or not,
LOTS FOR MALE 1200 up 151 '
\.STROUT REALTY AGENCY down, 120 mo., In .clMr limit for the price one one. 10 days IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
Represented Locally By R1VGIO\EBRIV! ('0.
I :
{. Masjrle Edwards Pboee 5 t Miss Mayme' Anderson'and
Mrs. G. L. Thomas of Archer Denmark Furniture Co.PHONE

116 So. Walnut St.: INSU fire, automobile write, liability all linen and! spent Wednesday night and New .

'life See me for your Insurance Year's Day at the home of Miss
:MTTKESSESOK needs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., 12* Anderson's brother-in-law and sister 151 STAUKE, FLJ\ SWIFT'S
W. Call St., Phone 164. tf
ALL KINDSKEXOVATED I Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Davis.

FOR RENT-Attractive, clean fur-
Wished and unfurnished apartment, Picnic HamsWhole
very clone In. Desirable location.No .
objection to well behaved
f children' Mr. and Mm. W. H.Nollman or Half
g 201 W. .Madison. St. .


available on Klngrsley Lake. For CANDIDATES .
F'RNiTUREREUPHOLSTERED Information see atark: Chamber
: of Commerce. tf

AND;; REFINISHED FOR RNNT-8-room. Z-"tory bourn,..
Drop vTft A Card I partly furnUheil l. with 2 baths, I

II.STIG1.Tl'RESS;; CO. Also Very two reasonable 8-room Inquire aptv, close COO In.N. Not Over 75 Words

Box 230 I'alatka, FIa.It Walnut St. tf POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS -- ( ) I

FOR HALH 4 new Goodrich Seal- Neckbones25c
ALFTwol8e rrlg-rator.. 11'00,1 condition. Call 74-W or. wrlto P. O. Box

'm"h'M ""ralf'". tfmFlltR9T 725. 2tp-1-9 Published From Now Until First $10
Primary ------ lb.
,Ir : TOURIST 'COURT. un- FOR SALE-New' 5 In. x 39 ft.
now endless belt. Rubber treated can-
manalr"n..nt. Cabin' to
rut 2 rooms and bath overnight' ."... lined lleK'O batteries in different -
''ahl".. al.o large shop suitable conditions, 60 or more.
merhauir" ltoute 100 (Palntk. GOO-chlck size starting or grow ---------------------- -
!toad) Phone 17 ring l-l never Inlltall<. ------.-, olive drab pigment pasta paintin FRESH GROUND
---t seta drum., sliding:I unused sideways a-arair Both floor There is no charge for the first brief news item announcing candidacy, but lengthy

gritted and ungrafted pecantreoa.

AUCTION Time rental to apts.set them wl'h now.l.in I Furnished divided -- "statements", "platforms", or other repeated announcements must be paid for at the Hamburger35c

FREIGHT SALE Into pasture pine, and for
cultivation. Also 1.1 ml. front-
are' on Blandlnsr highway. I4.000 regular advertising rates. Ib.U.
All cash. Mrs. Hrook-
Day Jan. 13 14 Carl Wynn
side Farm, Descent road 1H mi.' I .
Commencing 9:00 A. M. "ot Starke! or write P. O Tiox ,
904. Rtarke.' 3t 1-18

ale quantity assorte.j 'merchandinr _,_._.___________ ____.__ I
new fllmltuft', plumbing sewing marhlneo See t. O. }tetn-, "i'I. I
material, hardware groceneR Incway :224 Thompson' $t.2tp 1-18 l rI S. NO. 1Polaloes

paint r w boat ew. .. .
FOIL SALE-10 acres Rood strawberry CARDS : .
dirt with I (-room houte. CAMPAIGN .
Atlantic Light and water. I ml. from
Coastline ,/Stark ties L. U. mlnifway" 224 :...
St. :Sip 1.111 ,
Railroad -" Printed 1 Side Printed 2 Sides! .
10 Ibs. 45c
FOR SALD-40-acre farm. 6-room .
St modern house, mules and farm '.
[ .\GE Best bargain"" In Brad '
WAREHOUSE equipment 'Ii"- ',' 9.45
ford County.-W. 8. Sibley, Box 500 of 5.35 .'
J.ii: of 18J, Starke. Itp r
lU\"ellllcie Viaduct : .f ,
: W
Jse ..
<"M>nvllie, Florida FOR SALR--Oooil, large. kerosene
rlrculatlnir heater. In grand condition. 1000" 7.15 12.05 :I'J. Florida Sweet
--._,- .-U. U. Kelly. 214 N. Thompson. \ '
OR ad. Up ....
J.Writ W SALFrrlne. S'denhaughaHamptongal.-. J"r..y cowwith FOR apartments.RKNT, _121 Furnished 50 and 2-room$Sand 5000 18.75 25.25 4,".". ..". Potatoes6clb.

"p. month, Cottages",, :2 room. .:r .
NEW Dn. 131.50 Hot water. Lights .
h hath
sours p e Rree1ie HF.S mend>I product for call I. N.and Cherry gas extra.lt. Miss Terry, 202 Itp Cuts For Printing Picture On Campaign Cards 10'

SI"sunk;, Fee U treats a calf '
d & Seed fltor. 1& Florence .
BALK-Olant 3-burner .
l n FOR \
....RSN -4'1'00," house furnishRe circulating oil heater IIS.In Call ex8711BntStat.IFarmPrice Small Size-I.75 Large Size-2.50 ,

.r Kt.0. L. lIa7n.a. Sol s.It'. U .....

J.".Vack SOR'gilt mark IflBur d. FOR desk ALW, chair- Typewriter one-man oro..ut office ALL POLITICAL ADVERTISING AND PRINTING PAYABLE. IN ADVANCE '! ... 1 FRESHCARROTS

WBaJ- not marked. City and on. portable oil heater '
saw I
It Tni It ; Ressonable. .
1NSe..... ; oT5.00m Modern Btucco' Kallon"opposite Farmers, Market 111)- ..pF : \.' >
.Plrie.' 7J" l ",nv and will I .
S'I.*'. V j"V'' Bradford County'
SJ Ctal""Li?sIrable"cii'aato-- FOR MALE:Fenced '40-acre farm
et.5 ;. ..... au'olIes het SS cleared 15 In timber. 3-bedroom
:f. D W h r. else. r.fylg.rator. house, sealed1. painted, 2 bu. 23ctt'
I ,
"t'f"I IRwrlgt t Reaper, 129Fla. lights, water. Mule, .a Corn"on. plows.planter fod
It It distributor. ready to
R.t.ltaNT..o.I''l.. tarnish** room. mlll der.eb.Acre- J:]. C. Johns. HellbronnBprlngn. Itp
Center 8U Itp' .

y. F, -
-- ,

...: -. ,. ''' L.' .-' ," .. j ; .:;:::J:'.::"":;:' <":......,';;,"",- ........ j'r'" \; 1'':'' ,,,'! ''''''','','r.riP.." ......... _..."-,,.. .,.,........, .. .... ...- -- -

ter of Lake Butler were visiting County Telegraph Mhu.ll publish this I VrHntfmel my =--.
resentment of a small New England Ord : four at hand And
and Barry town and its old general Fruit Scone Treat Mrs. Owen McRae Monday. Witnessnut han l a dlyofficial oember 23 Stark, 194?.. Florida' Ib.. L
this December
seal at Ktarke -
Together Again practitioner,. Fitzgerald towardhis Remember the services at Pine SI, 1347.OFFICIAL. A.Clerk of said Courrtt. J'
Level Church every Sunday at ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas :
In Florida Show unprofessional approach to saq, ll As Clerk of laid Court T Frank JLandrumj"!Atsrke! .
11 a. m. Sunday Schooll at 10a. By Lucille' C. Conner, D C. Atty. for fit. A 01.
medicine and the town. It shows Dan Kelly, Fernandlna>rldll. 12-U ttif I
fling Crosby and Barry Fitzgerald m.. Prayer Service every Atty. for Flf. 1.1:, 4t 1-23
the dream team which how Bing soon endears beautiful himself .' Wednesday night. Everyone welcome REAL ESTATE
to the village and the -
1 thrilled the fllm-going world ka his with List
Joan Caulfleld. by skill IV: CIHCI IT COURT, BRADFORD your property for
few years ago In the memorable scalpel and song. COI'VI'V.. FLORID \\JIY CHASf- with me. I have sold, ""it

r' "Going My Way", are back to- Wanda Hendrix a Jackson- iv niirriT (,'0 r:liT. SIR'DFOII0 CKltT.SUplien Knrolchuk: Plaintiff vn. pieces) of property and III-.,

gethpr in "Welcome Strang!!r", ville girl who has won quick "I''U'COUNTY FIUII1U\I IN CIIA- No.Ann 8209.Korolchuk: Defendant. Case many prospective buyers.?

showing at the Florida Theatre success In Hollywood has a nice Bobb'la Ward Young-blood. Plaintiff, ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND square deal Is guarantwA
next Sunday Monday. and Tues- role in this film. vii. Dan YotiKKblood, Defendant. NOTICE TO APPEAR fair commission Is all that,
x Case No. 6223. STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Mrs. quire. As
day. Wednesday and Thursday ofnext. w ORDER OP PUBLICATION Ann Oorolchuk, .whoee residence a member of
It la the story of a carefree, week the Florida will present ;, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR and, address U: % UTIveth, 41 EaatStreet Realty' Board you may
j STATE OF :FLORIDA to: Dan Hartford Conn. assured that I
breezy young doctor Crosby, a new "battle of the sexes" Toungblood, whose residence In 721 You are required to appear on will rep
and his struggle to overcome the comedy "The Trouble WithWomen" Kgmont Street Brunswick Oeorgla. January 26. 1948 In the above nam- you to the best of my
You are required to appear onFebruary ed Court and (cause wherein plain-
v. D.
starring Ray .M III and WAiNWRiGirr n.l
2, 1948, In the above tiff seeks divorce. Bradford ,
Chick Buyers and Teresa Wright.Millam named Court and cause! wherein County Telegraph shall publish this I Realtor. -:' phone 1:1&:&
plaintiff seeks ,dlvorco. Oradfoid Order l In next four weekly issues

HERE'S. ......BIG. NEWS. ,! ] plays a pHychologlst I - - -
/N.1..oj b toy. .".! M .*..>** MTb. whose conclusion that nornp women s'' I1kV---- -
Mb "N" r .11 It I; b14 t - - - -
........M. .art.wr..,.tot .........-..-.-,. '- are happy only when a man -
ISM** ** *h tk y ,
/ .feirp.! HMI Ik.*.* **.. tut*. MllMl brrt Is violently pushing them about Y : i NEW LOW PRICES _
*< fnwr N..II.!! w .w.4 wMt
tr ....... ..
./Nl.h" .. ,b...Mn..Ir .....I'L I involves him In a law suit witha
v vpplv! *ihsu't4,44 h l '1 l.l and makes him the
: : newspaper
with 4fM.r 4*tob 'h cs> Ml I in|M /MI .
"- .. .. .. .......... Jl a For GOOD EATING
at LOW
SIND NO MONIY target of irate womanhood. ; COST
J*M.*..N.....**Is*.....A..,..4 of it)***bat* .a4q"r\ p Get
.. .
ftiriM rw'tM,' M hit (*-'l': !*'o"i I w 4M Miss Wright Is cast as a newspaper These
*MMMW, All)baby(frith* U 1.Fp. Outstanding Values In Famous
...p.101inmN| Scurf....nw SI..*si I"*rMI w. AMiMpplf w. reporter who Is ordered by Scones, an old family favorite, play a return engagement at Quality

LIGHTNCR'S CHICKS her editor, Brian Donlevy, to luncheons this year, In party guise.
D..t..... C P. O. t.s f3Ctnmfe' ', force Mllland to drop the suit After the simple scone foundation ia rolled out, the doughnut BEANS! BEANS! AND BEANS!
.... ..
2.11. I C against the paper. The compli- cutter takes over, turning out scones in party shape for you to MORE ,

WRITE FOR COMPLETE PRICE LIST cations are many and hilarious. dress up with a cooked prune, an apricot, or a seasonal fruit of 14

your choice. .. 4'l l
A/uodwsn/ I A textured finish completes the dress of the scones-a finish,
oj : achieved by brushing the unbaked dough with milk, and dusting

From where I sit. Joe Mar lightly with cinnamon-sugar. dexo ann page
.. 6y hThad's
T Centers can be re-rolled and cut or baked as bite-size Treatsto
delight the children.
Fruit Scone Treats lend glamour to your table, and bring to SHORTENING 73b. ;e2-cater
It added nutrition through enriched flour and fruit.

\ FraU Scone Treats beans
Feet Hurt
I i 2 cups sifted enriched flour H cap milk I

3 teaspoons baking powder. .. 1 tablespoon corn sirup or honey /
"** "
1 teaspoon salt Cinnamon sugar 1.13 I
Just heat f
them and %
they're ready
work 2 to 4 tablespoons shortening 12 oooked, pitted
After prunes or
a long, hard day's om Andy's Garden Tavern Thad can to serve ,. and how
the farm, Thad's Idea of how to. relax with his glass of beer and 1 egg apricotsSift will your tltl'I! I
together flour, baking powder and salt. Cut or rub In lly enjoy tlieln flavory good-
spend an evening is to take off his the missus can also chat with all
Heat and add milk and Add ness.' They're tasty, nourishing C I
hoes, and relax with a mellow the neighbors there. Each gets his shortening. egg honey. to flour 1. LB.
glsss' of b er. (or her) own way. mixture, stirring only enough to make dough hold together. Turn IONA and thrifty besides! CANS I
t out on lightly floured board and knead Mi minute. Roll out Vi-inch ------------------..
i But his mlssus has other ideas. Worked, tool In fact, now the thick, and cut with doughnut cutter. Place on baking sheet. Placean Ann Page
After being in the house all day, missus likes an occasional temper'abe'i apricot or prune in the center of each biscuit. Brush with milk FLOURSELFRISING grape jam lona Peas

all for walking to the village, ate glass of beer herself.And Thad and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar. Bake in hot oven, ((425'F.) 2 Ibs. 39c 2 No. 2 Cans 23c
If it's only for a soda. Likes to see finds it's pleasanter to enjoy his 12 to 15 minutes. Centers may be used for re-rolls, or brushed .

people catch the latest gossip. But beer with good companions,rather with milk sprinkled with cinnamon sugar and baked. No."2 Can DI'1f'd"
Nib let Sunset
Thad says, no, his ?!et hurt I Began than alone.In fact,his feet stopped. Yield: About 12 scones. Corn, 2, 35cOCEAN

to cause unpleasantness In' hurting toot __ .. u. u Black Eye Peas--17c

Thad' home. > ," ...,. ..s" Modern Irrigation System Turns 25 Ibs. SPRAY ". ..

r Then Bill Webster comes up with a., nAI ... ION A CUT'GRE N

.n Ide.If Thad takes, the minus to \ vv fr "Rain Maker" Into ural LegendRy 1 1.93 Cranberry Sauce,19c Beans, 2 for 27c

Copyright.19,to. United States Brewtri Foundation IRA MILLER In size from a single sprinkler on I GOLDEN ISLE WHITE HOUSE
Farm Electriflcal Bureau the end of a garden hose to perma- Field Peas,2cans25c I I
..--- nently installed feeder lines I FRESH Condensed Milk 19c
-- through
: -----------------. --- -'-'-- .. ,
; The professional "rain maker" who which water is pumped into over m ,
arrived in town to set up shop at head pipes or through portable laterals I ona Tomatoes
the county fair grounds or on a to which risers are attached at Fruits & ,No. 2 can 15cHappyJCids
diww drought-ridden farm has taken his proper Intervals. Eyelet hoses and. j VegetablesWINE I .----- ---______
place .In the legends of rural America. low-pressure perforated pipes also 1
A Cone too are his secret potions and are used in this type of system. Syrup, No. 5 can. 57c

I his impressive Incantations. They In surface Irrigation water Is delivered SAP'APPLES' ._.....' ....,
G. J. I were part of an era in which farmers by means ot furrows by 7'- -eae.euea
could do little but hope that some flooding or through!( a porous hose. 2 Ibs. -23c Clabber Girl Baking Powder__ _9c
I mysterious power could provide. them Either open ditches or pipe lines are _. _, ..
l ,
I mn L- ___._ _.
Your Local G. E. ApplianceAnd _.. ..... .. .... RED ''DELICIOUS APPLES "'4
I .
t r" _.. r. ,_ .c. '!. '"'" "" ... I ,. ..WaldorE.Toilet.. "c
w 1 Ii w Tissue
1{ 2 Ibs. 25c ______
Pontiac Auto Dealer ___________._,_ _,,_ _

YOK IMPERIAL APPLES Beechnut Baby Food, __ 2 for Tic

v HAS MOVED TOt A NEW LOCATION AT TilE 3 Ibs. 29c --__________..-.._ ___


__.__ ____ ___
PURE OIL SERVICE STATION alarlr' ...Alas'it 3 bunches w- 25c
altl..r Ivory
Soap, large bar, ___..,--- 19c
I EMPEROR GRAPES ---------n____

I 2 Ibs. 25c Jewel Shortening, 4 Ibs. $1.49

You Are Cordially Invited To Visit Us And See SWEET bee/ ------------.-

The New G. E. Appliances!l Now On Display POTATOES Nutley Oleomargarine, lb. 37c
:3 I Ibs. 29c ..

ON A DISPLAY NEW WE WILL 1948 THIS PONTIAC HAVE MONTH: 4 M wbw. +.. i '-q." n "" 1 i; RED BLISS POTATOES 3 I Ibs. 29c I I New low prices I in oiirMkl. I


y POTATOES In I' WHITE BACON, lb. _. __ 49c
+ Mesh Bag ,
CONTROLLED KAl.N -Is made poo.iblo with thin overhead, I 10
G. J. McGriff OwnerPhone spray Ibs. 59c Sm. Picnic
irrigation system. I lb. .. _._. 49o :

with sufficient rain to save their used to bring the water to convenient CELERY Golden
199 Starke, Fla.responsibility. thirsty withering crops. distribution points. Land which Is to SQUARES, lb. ___ ,_ 49c
The disappearance of this colorful be irritated in this way should slope 2 bunches 25c
character and his fancy trappings gently with a gradient of 2 to 4
------ -------.o;, however does not mean that the inches per loa feet considered satisfactory I I Brisket BEEF,. Ib. ___ __. 32c ,
farmer's desire for "controlled ICEBERG '
rain"also in order that water will flow LETTUCE
has vanished. But it Is an indication evenly over all areas, without Inundating I I 2 II Fresh Breakfast
that the knowledge and talents some and leaving others dry. 2ac'i:
of agricultural engineers and Sub-surface irrigation consists in delivering Link SAUSAGES '
manufacturers have been combinedto water through, open ditchesor YELLOW Ib, ___ 55c
!f "Biar produce a satisfactory answer' to tile lines to porous soil through SQUASH .1 II Armour ... '
ct the essential moisture question. which It spreads to the roots of the lb. 10c starBEEF
The modern rain wizard .is impersonal plants.In :
but efficient, economical and : LIVER lb. 55c
; GREEN ____
S s planning an Irrigation system CABBAGE lb. 5c
\ tt certain-"he" Is an Irrigation system. I ; I
\ farmers should take into considera :
Such systems not limited
are to commercial
growers or large areas but tion the contour. of the land, textureof I f BANANAS Ib. i : PORK LIVER lb. :. 35c
iiq the the kinds 12c ; :1 '
3 soil of to be -- I
cz are as suitable for farm garden plotsas crops I _. I,
Irrigated and the -- I
1.1 for truck farms orchards, field availability and --
crops and pastures. They are of three I supply of water. Tests have shown Jumbo Shrimp, lb. __ 65c '
.. general types-spray surface and ,that electric motors are best adaptedfor I
ii sub-surface. irrigation pumping being efficient Sultana Pineapple : Nice ,
,',i Spray systems, employing oscillate safe reliable easily started and Large Mullet, lb. _, _._ .31c
( ing or rotary sprinkler heads, range low In first cost and in operation. Np. 2 12 I ,
1 ------ -- 31c !I PORK

In . CHOPS, Ib _ 49c ;
_. I

Pine LevelBy 1 LIBBY'SPineapple Headless Whitings., lb. '. 19c I

c4 lj
$ Mn II. \(. McRaeJ. Juice

..... .

\ 1 YOU'RELUCKY R. Hall of Jacksonville is 46 oz. can --- -- 41c Ann Page MACARONI I
visitingfriends. in this commune

( High priced) clothing/ is still with us. ity. :

That's why its wise to preserve Mrs. VV. E. Hall ii out of White House MILK 3 for 25c

your precious wardrobe. Expert dry you may escape injury; in an the hospital but situ in bed at

cleaning gives your suits and coats accident but can't the home of her son. Wm. Guy TALL CANS .
you escape Kail. In Jacksonville Beach.
t that brand new look, as well as longer friends Her I 4 f. 49c GREEN
wish -
I'' financial obligation. many her a speedy -
life because of TALCO
our appearance- \Ve
recovery. mills her so muchIn GIANT
reviving, use-prolonging technique.To Inquire about Automobileand tier home and in the 'church
get double duty from your cloth service- Daily Dog Food Scratch Feed
'- Accident Insurance.
ing, put your clothes in our hands. Mr. and Mrs. H. &r. McRae PEAS

PHONE 133 Charley E. Johns had last as Sunday visitors afternoon from Jacksonville Mr.' andMrs. 3 for 25c 25 Ibs. 1.49

L. Conn rs. their daughter -
4 RODT. nJ: Temple Agency Mrs. Eddie Johns and children BIG
nl- __. Mrs. L. K. .TENDER
GREEN. 7/lUll | PhOM IS STARKE FLA. Haltiwanger
7telU. 315 Mrs. Homer Skein and Miss Eu- A&P FOOD STORE S E E T
Owner ;;:. :II. Ave. nice McElvy.Mr. 2 No. 2V
and Mrs. T. N. Normua '
,.' 'and son of Heflbrtmn were JTn-' OWNED AND OPERATED BY THE GREAT ATLAN.. CANS 35'I. ;
'ner guests of' Mr.: and Mrs. J. TIC & PACIFIC TEA co. 8

STARKE, FLA. I|Utwwntln. THC TRAVELERS.Hartford W. McRae Sunday. 300-302 E. CALL ST. STARKE FLA.

Mrs. Pledger John and daugh L.- -:L'fin.


"J j.\I .,\ _

"God of Creation" Raiford PastorTo riea, impulses, and influences as Christian Church nral at $Mtark, plot'Ida, this !>.- ,lance, I lalit, : Went Fayett Street.Connellivlllcs ,
we move Into this year cember 17 11147.OFFICIAL ponniiylvanla,
Ih11rc11ws I ShownAt Preach Series Ki>\". J. :M. I>l\on ( I WK\L A. J Thorn, You are required I to appear onJanuary
Will Be
The evening service at 7:30 will A'* c imoe4nU unit! Court 111, ItMS, In the above named I
Hv Liicllln:: I' C,
Court and cause' wherein plaintiff
feature the of familiar Sunday School--10 a. I
singing m.
Baptist ChurchVivid On Revelations I XIIrl I.iimlrum, Hturko Fin! seeks divorce and cuatoily of
hymns and selections by the Jr. Morning Worship--11 a. m. for I'M 13.17: 4t 1-H- minor child llrndford County

+rScientistr tull.color.scenes. from Choir. The pastor will bring anevangelistic Evening: SE'rvlce-7:30: p. m. iv (iiinir (',ill l'. 1111 \i>rom> Telegraph In next/ four shell weekly publish|Issues thin. Order 1
Prayer Meeting ('<>l\ll. Pl.oltlllli l\ tH\\-' hand and official
message, "Be of Good Wednesday WltneaN my
astronomy and natural science I < i.iiChnrlen: \ .seal at Ntiirke., Florida, this Deiember -
Cheer", based on Matt. 92.: : p. m. John "Steele' I'lnlntlff. MI.Kiuhryn 12: 1047.OFFICIAL .
are featured in "The God of Crea. 3 e I Fnv fc tion" sound motion picture to The young people will moot I The regular! meeting of the CUHB No; "11111.) An Clerk of said Court
Sunday evening at 6:15: for fel OHDBII OF PtTRLICATlOV: fly Lucille C. Conner, D. (',
be shown at 7:30: P. M.. Friday, r Brotherhood of the Christian AND NOT1CW TO APPiLtltS'l'.vrhi Flemlna, Jones, Scott' &: Itott
lowship. The worship program Church was held Thursday night, OK FLORIDA to: Kath llnrn tt National Hank IlillMlnnJacksonville
Jan. 9. at the Baptist rvn i"ay Steele %vh l begins at 6:43: with the topic to : Florida.
Church, according to the Rev. Jan. 1, at 7:30: o'cloik: In the U (Qunrter tltAOovernurn Is- Attyn. for Plf. 18-17 4t 1-i
r be based on "Why So Many Legion Hal About 30 liliul. New York 4. N. V.
Lewis D. Haines, pastor of the Churches?" and "How the Christian persons You are required to appear on
church. were present. After serving a January I. 194, In. the above*
Churches Began". You are named Court and wherein
," ,.1 delicious covered dish cause,
"The God of Creation", produced invited to attend these special supper plaintiff seeks "Iv..r.. '", T :N plans for the future were, discussed Telritraph shall ptihllnh thl*
< by Dr Irwin A. Moon in r" ,, 4' 1 studies and programs. | with quite a bit of progress Order; In next four weekly laaueii.WltnenH .
the Los Angeles laboratories of my hand, and official This Dollar
Prayer meeting Wednesday at noted. The Lord willing, neat at Htarko. Florida, Ihlll Deomher -
Moody Bible Institute of Sconce 7:30 p. m. Subject: "The NewYear's I( these plans will soon be under (' 151 h, 1947.
already has been shown to 3 (OFFICIAL SKAI' > A. J. Thom,
ft i Opportunities and Obligations way. Come enjoy these fellowship A a Clerk of paid Court Is Still

more than two million people in ." (Romans 12:1.: ) meetings with in. You are fly I.iiclll C. Conner, D. C..
this country and was recently Introduced Rivers Ik Anderson Green Cove
welcome. Spi IIIKM", FinAttyn.
in Europe. It Is' one of .t',, 'S for Plf. 12.17t 1-8 MIGHTY
i}, '" At The TabernacleThe -
a series of evangelistic films by t-:" The regular services in the --
IN niiriir ('01 u'r nil\i>rnni>
Dr. Moon, which also includes Tabernacle weekend services I'Christian Church for Sunday (',1'41'1'' Kl.0111111 IX' III A". BIG I
"God of the Atom," and "They I Jan. 11, will be: Bible School 10 ('KIIYFrodeilik
were well attended, and the M Waltplaintiff.. v..
Love Forever". observed I IB. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.. hazel l I'. Walters, Defendant. CnmaXo.
Communion was Sunday subject, 'My Church". Eveningservice H110! v 11 j
In the opening section of "The morning at the 11 o'clock hour. ( ORDER OF PUBLICATION:

God of Creation", the audience The Rev. John L. Bray, pastorof The Rev. Roger D. Congdon, 7:30 p. m. subject, "AuEnemy ANI NOTICF! TO APPEAR
Hath Done Thls"Rev.J. .
A. Moon, of the Moo- travels to the stars to view the the Raiford Baptist Church, Dean of Atlanta Bible Instltuute. Waltera. who* residence la: 61t
complexities of our own solar I B. Dixon PastorL Linden Street: Ilrlvtol, I'enn.ylvenla -
Institute, seen above Inf announces that beginning this was the speaker at all services. .
Science system. The astronomical photographs Sunday morning, January 11, he I A graduate of Wheaton College, You are required to appear on
his Sermons from were taken through the January 19 1948, In the above named .
he is Bible teacher
series of Illinois, a
begin a messages Court and cause, wherein rIlL In.
nstrations, Is the producere giant 100-Inch telescope of Mount from the book'of Revelation. The whose message Is most Interestingand lit seeks divorce. Bradford Conntv -

sound-color film, "Theof Wilson Observatory in southern Instructive. He Is also an accomplished l" Telegraph shall puhllnh thla
sermons will deal primarily with order. In next tour weekly lanuraWltnnia .

Creation", to be shown California. prophecy, and especially in reference musician and contributed my hand and official
I enl at Htarke, Florida, this Iscrtnher >
30 P. M., Friday Jan. 9,. at Lapse-time photography'Is usedto to the second coming of liberally to the music of 11. 1947.OFFICIAL ..'"

irst Baptist Church here.. I demonstrate the beauties of Christ. He will cover such subjects the services. Mrs. Congdon, a ( All SKAL Clerk of A. aald J. Thnmaa Court., _

natural science, as flower buds as "When Christ Comes To former student of Atlanta Bible nv T.iiollle) C. Conner D. C.

appear to develop Into fullblown Take Christians Home", "The Institute, accompanied her husband -1- . Burnett Ftvmlnir,National Jones, Scott Plink*Bulldlnir llrvttn, / 4-

List Church blossoms in a few seconds. The Tribulation Period", "The Anti. and was a welcome visitor. I lackaonvllle, Florida.

metamorphosis,, of a caterpillarfrom Christ", "The Mark'of the Beast", A number of new faces were I nttyn. for I'lt. 11-17 4t !.tEN
V the AraS? will be thed worm to butterfly and the Mr. t 'f..LKlflJ GREYHOUND FARES
"The Battle of Armageddon", seen in the congregation and : rinruiT roimr. nninronni

[ message by 'the pastor of pollination of flowers are also "The Millenium", "The Great and Mrs. Stelnhagan new residents ('', FLORIDA i.v cn\:>' R.maln Amazingly Low
( uuvHatel
Hrst Baptist. Church ofke. seen on the screen. Judgement Day", "The New Je in town who have recently ltAlD Dickinson Connell. Plaintiff

In the series of messages Believed to be the first of rusalem", "When the World Is purchased property here, were ..INIAlel v... Patrick. Cane Francis No. ".1.Connell Dfondant. .< Jacksonville _____.__.______ .80

e events In Palestine, with their kind are the natural-color Destroyed", etc. present at the Youth g Meeting ORDER OP PUIILICATION: Gainesville _.___.__._._____ .50

making the partition ,of pictures of photosynthesis, the The first message this Sunday Saturday night. Mr. Stelnhagan The Viennese have always" been STATH AND NOTICK OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Pal- St. Augustine .............. LAO

|Holy Land. Throughout this mysterious process of food-manu- morning .will be from the first presented an accordion number. expert at Icings< and pastries. They rick Francis Connoll, when reil Tallh.._ ______._________ 2.60
Rev. Lewis D. facturing resulting from the action chapter of the book of Revelation, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Silberer, with Vienna Chocolate Icing
the pastor, of sunlight on leaves. At will I Home Missionaries, continue to way Miami _____.___._-_..--.- 15.10
les, will be discussing theta and following messages con- makes a cake frosting that's especially -

and what they mean in the conclusion. the film, pho tinue right on through the book.; minister' spiritually to the com rich. Melt 4 tquarci uiifieeeftned Tampa ....__..___......._. X.7S

flight of Bible prophecy. Thec tomicrography enable the audience < All are invited to attend these munity. Their ministry Is faith chocolate keeping the flame PURE OIL St. relenOnirc. _?._._____--_. 3.20

Is Invited to attend this to see the tiny organisms Sunday morning services and to In action. high to do a quick Job of it. Then PRODUCTSSPARK Ocala __.__....._.....____ 1.10
entitled, Jan- In a drop of water enlarged more keep up with this series of ser- "The God of the Atom", a remove and add I Clip cent ectfoser'a
of 15.M
|s messages PLUG CLEANING New York __________._____
Journal of Juggling of Je-: than a million times. mons. Service begins at 11.00 A. spectacular picture of the atomic iuo
tern "The God of Creation" will be age, from the scientific research thoroughly. Add t et/t/i. one at a BATTERY CHARGING Cincinnati _.________.______ 12.10

shown by Rev. J. E. Wilkins, department of Moody Bible Ins- time, beating thoroughly after each TIRE & TUBE: REPAIR New Orleans ___.___..____. 9.15
at 7:30 the M.Methodist
day evening : Moody film representative. Church titute, will be a revelation to all addition. Then add tt tbip. butter, Hlrmlnnham _.._._._._..._ '.00
from the of
|l meaage story at time remembering
Prodigal as told by Jesus, who see It Saturday night. Jan. two spoonsful a addition Memphis __._-._.._...--.-. 11.SO
well after each
Other Fellow" The Baptist Hour Sunday, Jan. 11, at the 11 o' 10. at 7:30: o'clock* 'In the Tabernacle to Chicago! 18.00
e wlllvbe.pre- Spread this mixture thickly over We Also Do -- --r- ----- ---

|ed. The Happy Hour of song clock hour, the pastor of the your layer cake. Then listen to the AUTO REPAIRSTENLY'S St. Louis ._____.__------ 13.90

eatuure the singing of your First Methodist Church, the Rev. children say "Yummy."
Mark's EpiscopalSunday 'r..e .,. 11. r.... 111 EXTRA Serfcifien
hns requested during the even- W. J. Churchwell, will speak on St. w Jtmurf THf r_..

[ with Mrs. Morse at the piano the subject of "The Awakeningof Pottery Is one of the greatest

Mrs. Mann at the organ. the New Year", based on the 10:00: a. m. Church Konomlxers of fuel because It retains dEYHOUNO III. STATION ;

of Gen. 28:18 "Surelythe School: 11 a. m. Holy Communion heat so well. Never use a high PURE OIL
: FLA.
uunday School meets at 9:45: : scripture ( TEMPLE AVK. STARKK, I
h.classes and departments for i- Lord is in this place, and I and sermon. fast flame for cooking food In waste1ot pot Service Station PHONE 147 I

ages. Training Unions meet knew It not. Think of the memo Rev S. W. Creasey. tery because It's a needless ,
gas and also In time, cracks the Temple Avenue Phone 199 I ,
|8.15: : for discussion and trainin i
glaze on the bottom. Preheat the
church invitation membership.cordial Is extend.. A Comparison U.S. and Russian Farm Efficiency pottery utensil with a medium low
Aft hnlltnK bfi-
I flame. then -a-* soon --
I to all to "visit the churchthe
gins, (loner' the flame to the lowest I
visiting pastor" v ''iptXTECOSTAI. to maintain gentle
simmer( point Phone 52-J

HOLINESS e ; boiling. l :8B y OY DEe SERV1 cE Mrs. Hartmann

CHURCH have W. VOLtOW TM1 5,055
If you discover that I
I JOtli St. and Temple Ave become hard and dry after long

unday School 9:45: : a. m.; Morn- Sunday morning, 8:30: o'clock. pantry storage, here's how to plump I

; Worship 11 a. m.; Kvansells- Speaker: Dr. Kyle M. Yates them. Rinse In boiling water, drain I. Plate Lunches Regular Dinners '
Services 7:00 p. m. Everyone Houston spread In a shallow pan place in ;

|lcome. Subject: ."Love'.... God< to. Man". oven turn the gas (flame to moderate Short OrdersSandwiches

-Rev. L U J. Price, Pastor Heard over. Radio Station WJAX. heat (about 350'). Takes about

.. I ICROP 10 to 15 minutes for the raisins to Soft Drinks 1
----- - -- -- --
pufT up.- Raisins revived this way

Be Safe Be Sure Be Satisfied HARVESTED. do not keep as long so plan to us


If you are Interested In gas, nee IM before you buy. Rememberthe / / \ : CLIJAN ATMOHI-IIKKI:

uhantages we offer you: HARVESTED 'IAN.Maude. :

1. Sufficient storage ,capacity to insure you steady supplyof 1 r CROP YIELD VR. Wilbur Wlllouirhhy\Vllh.nl Abbott Abbott,Plaintiff In.fen- A&A LUNCHEONETTE
J1 I 11'1l
ga4. I I dint' \ OKDIIK( : OP injHLIPATlOVANt :
2. Oat at a most. reasonable price. >>> NOTirn 'in APl'HAKSTATI3 : NF.XT DOOIl: T(\ I'AUK TlllIATHK:
I IIa OK FI.OUII1V: Wilbur I Rbodf'
3. Trained service men to do ,your Job. U.s. U.S.S.R. U.S. U.S.S.R WlllliiKl Abbott" wliosB renlilvncuIn Hobby Odotn

,... o. p'._ar "."""", t 19So.- ..... M O.O.ff t., ",..1_.. MeledM 1 _..b.'. 1947 unknown.
You are required to appear on
SLADE Inc.Two of steel, supplied by January 10, \UI is, In the above
made mostly
GAS CO. The American mastery of modern named Court and ciiuxe, whpr..lnr. '
big an aggressive American Industry divorce arid rutt<* us a
imr, from R. B Track on ,Call St. rhone 121 farming techniques gives ceased to expand the effectiveness a lr.rI.kI7r1 .: County Tulx-
edge in strength over any potential never graph! shall publish. thl, Order In1
aggressor, according to Dr. Herrell of his ,,ork." nut tour weekly iHHtiea.WltneMH JOYNER'S MARKET
outstanding Cornell University Dr. DeQraff quoted figures to show my hand and nfflrlalNKiil
DeQraff, the Russian farmer worked 63 nt )mark-. Kiwi-Ida, this IIBccmhpr .
economist. .
agricultural IS, 1 47.OFKICIAI
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE"In This Is because farm productivity hours before the war to grow one ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, 225 S. WALNUT ST. STAPKE, FLA.
while in this country As Clerk or said Court
accurate measure of a country's acre of corn, Conner, V, (',
Is an Lucille C.
The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof Industrial strength as well as American farmers worked only 16 Rv Hubert If Duncan 204 Lynch HHODA iAMI'IERF.. G. HEMINGWAY

The People" the health of Its population, be said. hours and obtained double ths article> yield. Any ulldlnir for, Jacksonville Pit ,12-11 Fin. 4t Iiv OWNER GROCERY. SIDE MGK. MARKET
Russians, according to the -
In Steelways Magazine -
A Southern Church For AU People Writing DeOraff said, "Russia tor instance required 330 boars to raise and oar rlllf.t'IT ('01'itr. niitoponn' .
Baptist Dr. iv CHAM-
has yet to win the war of vest an acre of cotton. American (('01 KMVJottla %-rr. 5 Lbs. Dixie Lily PORK CHOPS

do the same In 91 boars. Crlbb, Plaintiff V". Nella
Sunday School 9:45 Training Unions 6:13: steel plows and"the efficiency which producers While tbe farmer in this country Mae OrlMi, Defendant.. Can. No, MEAL GRITS PER POUND

Morning Worship Evening Happy Hour they symbolize.: the agricultural systems labored 9 hours to raise and harvest UU.ORDER OF PUBLICATION or

11:00 7:30: Comparing countries, he said an acre of wheat, the Russian AND NOTION TO APPEAR 49c
of the two then STATK' !: OK FLORIDA to: Mm.Nvlla 47c
"America's bide, advantage makes farmer took 47 hours and even Mae Crlbb, whoa. r.ald.nes
14-year-old boy got less wheat. Sugar beets, potatoes and address In* Rout* 3, lUmlntfway
Russia leak like a
"January Journal of Juggling of Jerusalem" pitted< against a brawny blacksmith milk and poultry' productionall You, Mouth are required Carolina to appear on 10 Ibs. U.S. No. 1 COUNTRYIOKED
followed the same pattern. January 19 1941, In the above named
Morning, 11 "Why The Arabs1"Evening. In a weight lifting contest. wherein plaintiff
a. m. vitality and productiveness Court and cauiie SAUSAGE45c
to back to shortly "The) great liradford County )
"We have go Meek divorce
7:::10 p. m. "The Sore Head"Listen before the Civil War" he added, -to of American agriculture Telegraph shall publish thin Order, POTATOES
basis of the rising tour weekly Imiueii.Wltnex .
been the In next
to the Baptist Hour find when the American farlDer'sproducUYlty of the nation and the rising my hand and official 65c lb.
the Rus strength
low as
was a*
WJAX Each Sunday 8:30 a. m. sians' la 1933. American agriculture standard of living" Dr. DeQraft

turned out six said. "We now use only one-sixth
In years GOOD
"lAlt The Church With The Visiting Pastor" times as prewar much as each worker on of the nation's productive effort to II TOMATOES l
and NwarrK
the land In Russia." provide for this country STEAK
.__. -- ---- -- of figures was ship 10 per cent or our larra produce
-- .i Tbe use prewar No. 2 can
necessary, Dr. DeGraff explained, levels In the United 45c lb.

for the reason that the Soviets do Dr. D v sofas a slaw 13c
ODERATION. Increasing.
4 9' not give out statistics now. H. also States are ever
in the expense but the utmost in sincerity said that "even If we bad the Infor- Graft explained, "because Individuals -

and thoughtfulness is mation, it would hardly be satisfactory have bad freedom to work and< HOMEMADE PORK HAMSS
the fruits of labor Under that Be Quick To TreatBronchitis
IinceRUSlla'1 enjoy
to draw a comparison
accorded the affairs/ of ned in our Set- agricultural productionwas system we have built an economic POUND
vice. far more disrupted by the war system that has stimulated production.
Individually and In the mass. 59c
than ours was"Although
Rus">"la Is the largest The steel industry and. other $2.00 gallon

nation in the world, containing one- tilled industries, making possible Chronic bronchitis may develop If I
machines of Increasing efficiency cough chest cold.or acute bronchitis
world's land ares sad such your PICNIC HAMS
DEWITT C. JONES sixth of constantly reduce still farther I Is not treated and you cannot PILLSHUKY
one-third greater .
with population with medicine
a afford to take chance any I
3TARKE PHONE 7 than that of the United States, agriculturally the manpower needed to produce less potent than Creomulslon F-L-0-U-R Per Pound

AMBULANCE SERVICE speaking: Dr.. DeOraff food and thus release more which goes right to the seat of the I

out. this nation's output of i men to devise. and produce more trouble to help loosen and expel germ 57c .

Funeral Director farm pointed produce In the years tor which ways to build .h'jher: tbe l level of soothe laden and phlegm heal raw and tender aid nature,Inflamed to 25 Ibs. 2.45

have a comparison exceeded our civilization."Whatever: membranes.Creomulslon
we bronchial mucous I
Our local funeral home enables us to Russia's by SO per cent. Both countries I else may be behind blends beechwood Head Cheese

offer conveniences and services not bad approximately the same the Iron Curtain. we know u bides creosote byspedal process with other ALL M-I-L-K Hog
great weaknesses. Our strength Is time tested medicines for coughs.
otherwise available. harvested crop acreage prewar.
"Except In a few operations, Rus In plain II hr.. The steel coming It No contains matter no how narcotics.many medicinesyou 2 Tall Cans I'POUND25c

to han tbe most mechanized from the mills, the machines from tell druggist/ to '
lrnlh ark sia's claim hare tried your
the lowed prices 30cr'
higher type service at factories and the productionfrom withthe
1 Is CreomuUlon
agriculture In the world a our sell you a bottle of
Pam! pt ANY We Insurance policy In force issued by ANT com exaggeration.** Dr. DeOraflt our farms make It' posilhta understanding you must like they L
*. Payment In funeral. Consultation gross 'from each according to his It quickly allays the cough. permuting -
to let
part or in full on a stated. "The bulk of Russian farm are to
measure, the rest and sleep you
,= obligation. work is done by hand wblle the ability In Increasing have your money back. (Adv.)

-'. American farmer using machines tuff of Uf." j I


.:.. :b .... ,_ "_' .J

J 1 .. . i.. :,':"': : ..:.;; ::0'd";; _"::'.'> '''''' :T'r! J.. ., . -1 ".. ....,-_.... ... -- .. -= ... ,

( II .



,- : Order In next fouY weekly. issue AND NOTICE \
CARD OF THANKSWe Cr ery1nenextatoursweeklyliIeauespWitness l I Witness my hand and official seal STATE 01" fO pr
Adkins Announces I! J. P. Roberts To Run Harrell AnnouncesFor wish to exprcHa our many my hand, 'and offlelnl at fila rk",. Florida this 6th of Jan- I.Hchlndel ...? ,'LlItfl\' Wtt! -Be I..t
23id 19U.OlrFICIAI.
Klorldii, thus uary
enl at Ktnrke.
Re-election thanks for the beautiful flowers
For ReelectionCircuit I For Legislature of Dncemlmr. 1947. ( A. JA.lark Thomas, You are r"QUh
and appreciate the kindness of OFFICIAL JJ..) A. J. ThomAs "" of said Court. February ft, 19. eppe
vf''I ." M. O. Harreir. County Commission each and who was with ( flerk of ald Court John/ Hendvraon 12f H'I", St. .Augustine ert Court and ..Hl, ',, '
everyone tiff '
Judge A. Z Adkins M All- Flu. seeks dlvorv
"1zv John J. Henderson EHU St. ""Id I I.
Judicial Circuit hall j of District :5 (Ilrooker) stated us through the death of our loved Ktixtlne, Klnrlda. Atty for Pit 1.9 4t 1.30 ty Telegraph n? '' "
r the / 4 .I :Monday that he will\ .be, a can- one. May God's richest blessings Atty for'if. 12.26 4t 1.18IN Order In next tour ''lIhl"tI
announced that he will J succeed In the iCIIKIIT' ('ol'n'r. HH.\i)Fonnrill'tll. Witness tny (bill, 'l'llt
candidate for reelection In the : didate to jjimarlf: rest upon you. : flllClir COUHT. BRADFORD '. FLORIDAI I'M CIIA.N- ,seal at Fttarke, FI> dxnibi."
May Primaries. ,, Annie Kelly and children FI.O'UU1:11: CflANItY. centY.Joseph uary 8, 1948.
May primaries (Signed) (OW IV. Frank. Mancuso Plaintiff (OFFICIAL BEALiCONCKETK
In making his announcement 9y In making, this announcement Gene Emllene, Warren William"(' ': naxter, Plaintiff \". VM Ruth Hchlndd Mancuso, l>ef ndnnt. I A., J.
while 4 Commissioner' 'Harreir Stated thatIt and Loretta. Alma u"m..ralUl1xtl'r\ fendant.. CHBR /No. 8240 i Dan Ke>l1y. F'ernlandinu Fbna
Judge Adkins stated I ORDER OF PUBLICATION Atty for Pit.
No. 623 I. 1.1
has been-a great .pleasure II
It able to do
he could retire, he : ORDER OP' PUBLICATIONAND :
think 1 It him to serve hta district and the CAIUf THANKS < APPEAR MIMED
+ the work and did not y an, ff,4. l STATE OF ICi.J'to to: Alma BLOCKS READY CONCRETE :
of Florida .. county durfhgr the past seven We wish to express our deep residence. .
fair to the taxpayers MiY / b Summerall Baxter whose SASH D0041S- PAINT. .IIARDW AnE +
to two Judges when one 9 years. appreciation for all the kindness la unknown.You .
pay required to appear onFebruary ,
could perform the duties For the pant five years Har- shown and for the beautiful flow-! are 9, 1948. -in the above nam ;

Judge Adkins stated that he ,' i :ym rell has served as Chairman of ers sent during our recent be-' ed Court seek.and divorce cause. Bradford herein plaintiff Coun.ty .. Most

will qualify at the proper time. ;) the Board and during this time reavejnent.t>ln' the death of our Telegraph shall publish this EverythingTo ANNIS, Tr7 CI

has' made an enviable record for loved one,,,Mrs.(.J.. J. Jones.. To Order In next four weekly iHHUen.Vv'ltneKX '
hand and
his clear-cut ,and fair: decisions. friends to make my Far 'sal
KM.KU: PRACTICE PAPER all we want seal at tit II rk.., Florida, this January -

n\l't, fur miliool) children 75cream. a Always being softspoken and known 'our1 sincere gratitude for 6, IUS.I01"FICIAL SUPPLIES ;

.-Bradford County Tele- s genteel In his conduct jhe Is all, .their. kind expressions of ( Clerk. nf SEAL said) Con J.. Thomas.An Build BUILDING llay

1 known and respected for his determination sympathy. Martin J. Pearl Barnett National: To
xraph. w to adhere to what he Hank Bid!*, Jacksonville. Fla. Repaln Get
t -The family Atty. for Pit. 1-9 4t 1.30 1036-1048 W. Main St., South
Political believes to be honeat and upright.Brookr ltenr
IN CIRCI'IT COIRT. BHAWFORI1FI.OR1OAI OrRemodel Gainesville, Florida
f It: .CHAN
Henrietta Abeles, Plaintiff, Va '
FLORIDA| IN 11-:11-: '
P. O. Box 62
CKRY.Wllford. Samuel Abeles Defendant CaseN
FOR UTATK XKMATOH J. P. Roberta local auto and Ray Strutton, Plaintiff viJnnephlne 1123:1.: ,
I hereby .nnouni my randldaeyfor dealer qualified Tuesday Strutton, D e t n d ant ORDER OF PI1 Llr'ATION' I
the offlco of Htate Senator from accessory AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
the 15th Senatorial District, comprising with' the Clerk of the Court By Mrs. Paul Stewart Of PUBLICATION STATE OF FLORIDA to: Samuel VISIT OUR NEW RESTAURANT
Bradford. and Union Counties : NOTIC'B TO APPEAR Abeles whose last known renl-
candidate for Representative! e e e ; MEET. AND EAT AT ROY'SGood
and If elected 1 promise to I an a e e, li C STATE or FLORIDA ta: Jose.hine dence-and address Is 860 East 17th
faithfully perform the duties nf to the State Legislature.Mr. Mr. and Mrs., Ry':1: (Iglney i Strutton, whose residence Street PYooklyn New York. Food,. Soda Fountain
thin office to the bent of my ability I Is unknowse. You are required to appear on t
Your vote and support. will be ., Roberta, who. was also a and son of Jacksonville,, spent the Tou are required to appear on February 7th, 1948, In the abovenamed Rest Rooms For. Your. Convenience.
Trentlly appreciated.Kesoectful'v your*. candidate for Representative in weekend visiting friends and rel- January 21th. IU8. in the above Court and cause whereinplaintiff
named Court andcause, whereinplaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
O. FRED ANDREWS!: 1948, Ismied a statement thank- atlves here. seeks divorce v Bradford County; Telegraph shall publish this 4U4 't etp

POfl 'HTTK KKMATOIl' Ing his friends and supporter for Mr, and Mrs. Norman Rogersand

I hereby announce my randldacvfor the fine vote that was given him son Jacksonville .returned t" I\1Ik j11AT I I VMMiMMI1I&1w.
Stale Senator from the 16th two
Senatorial District I have always! years home after spending several

foil and worked for the aid of oldnnd "I am Indeed grateful for your days ,with Mrs.. Rogers' parents,

spendlnaand needy people: : : low I believe tax**.In careful consideration at that time" he Mr... and Mrs. J.< R. ,Parrl h.

If elected. I promise full ('on- stated, "jJ1d"will appreciate your Mr.. and Mrs. O. At Gay and .
sclentlous service to the bent fit +
my ability. 1 earneiitly. nolle I continued support In the approaching tons, Gerald and Austin,. recently -
your vole and support suD actJto campaign visited .Mr. Gay's brother-ln
Demarratia Prlmaryr, of Mar of.
1918. law and sister, Mr, and. Mrs. M

Sincerely your friend. Clarence RobertsIs D.. Cannon of Hawthorne
Clarence A. Roberta
CandidateFor Mr. and Mr8. Bill'Bry nt and

FOR" IIP.HIFF children and Mrs. Charles Hardyof '4
I herehy announce for the of floe Gainesville .
State Senate
of Uhcilff of Flrndford County Huh spent Tuesday ,visiting -
,iject to the will or the voters In Mr. and ,Mrs.. Eldon: Hardy:
the Democratic Primary of May 4. ... .. -
Mrs. Edd
\ r.4s4.+ Polk and children
If elected, I will make you one "rfff fl
promise. and that lit to make you ",. and .Mrs. Pitt Baxter WE'r..vis.
mo of the best officer ,you have. s ;ft. L
t ever had.. .. lUng Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Dyal of
,." P. (Click) Jane., Graham Tuesday.

,Mr. and Mrs. T.. W. Markeywere ''k THE NEW YEAR WITH MANY SMASHING VALUES

: shopping In Gainesville last

W.C.T.U. i :; ,.''.t,4.. Friday.Mrs. Earl .Gllllman ''and'' son- of GREATLY REDUCED IN PRICE

ti THE COCKTAIL PARTYKVALUATHD .o/c". .'., Jacksonville returned hone, last
Thursday after:upending! several w

: : days with Mr. and Mrs. :T. W. FREE !
"Of all the thing dedicated. Markey.2nd SVPCKHOUSE

to spoil the evening of t
all the' crimes. ,committed In 4- Lt. Perry Galney of Randolph Ittlpr SVt11611a1 .

'the'name' : of hospitality Field, Texas spent several 2ScZtNNIA I
days with his 'mother, ''Mrs. h. e Reg.
The cot-Mull party rank flt*>l t $
I P. Galrey.. He also Waited other PackagiiC (

t (Vogue, January 1, 1947,] friends and relatives In Miami BURPII'S :

.; Bartow. and Pahokee. ...'Lt. Galn c' '
ey'A, address, Is: 2nd Lt: ,H. Per- SUPIR

ry, Galney, U.P.O. Box 949. Ran- e I.tr01ANr'. I
AUTOMOBILE dolph, -Texan.' .Get New .

.LIABILITY INSURANCE .. { Mr. and Mm. Guy PinhoMer 4 I .i: SEEDS' ,ii tlvYr'"r"'Ont ''

Although not rompulsoiy;'it 14 I and Mr, and Mrs. Carl Ward of k. ."'":' N.(....ry 7'f iUuiy

much safer ,to carry Lafilptylneurance Clarence A. Roberts of Lake Jacksonville were visiting Mrs Do LUxe ....,.O:tt:.r. Ta>4.yl! L___
Rosa -
1 represent only old Butler was a .vialtor":tof .Starke Pinholster Sunday'"arter.. Champion. __ __, _
ti line!,' reliable stock i companies.. and.while noon. '
Tuesday / )hers 'announced TREADS: I BROOMMade
Your business will be appreciated. ''M. Larmore and G. W. Lar- i SAVE SAVE !
his : State
I ; candidacy for Senator '
; e for ...,. Sef.fyS .
more of New Mr.
York and Mrs.
,_ ... .r from.,the 15th Senatoriat, >\latrlct.; Herman of 'I far longer MiUaf., I '
129 \V. Call Street comprising' Bradford and Union Hodge Jacksonville
I .
'. J. J. Nipper and son. Ronald,' or En1l1ll011cb your present I
Oppooltv, Bradford Co.: Counties. I BIKE : '
Telegraph Ocala .1I'e treads at.
: and Mr. and Mrs. P M
;'I 1 In' :making 'his announcement, worn the tire I '
.. Jhone 154 Barefoot, of Starke all were visiting 7 body 'I BASKETKMTTgaoge '
( Mr.Robert I.sued the following ''maystW; be as strong
f N.D.'Wainwrlght, Jr. statementJ.,, .' Mr. and Mrs. L.: W Sow and dependable I -
el la' Sunday. Mr. Sowells Is still when sew. Let 1IS '
I .
.1, I hereb/tort,th erState announce Senate my candidacy from very 111. We wish'*him a speedy 1&2 Lax on n Champion w' Firestone 'I $1" .39 / I 89c

the 13th Senatorial District. I .
and I
you'll get
We'arl :
tn report that J
.e.CARPENTER'S sorry
ii' I .inch
am 44 ypBf6f age and a lifelong additional miles of : of 'fines 10
cltlzerT of this district. 1 W. Atkinson Is BUll In'' the Ala- driving "., Dome la steel wire, welded broom corn, firmly bound

nm married to the former Gerrud CIIUIl County 'Hospital. todaylVHASHUGHT I ,for maximum itrengtb. A real I i with .flv* rows of stronf
Ed Lewis was Visiting his sister .
.. stitching.Firestone
Ann Wynn of Hampton. We
:;; Mrs. Ollln Andrews of Lake -
have three children. I c
am a
Butler Sunday. She Is, 111.
member of tho Christian Church very
Malcolm and Iva Mile ,Lewis f-----
(' n Mason. a. farmer, and a business YS -I' $1a
were visiting! Miss Juanita Lewis
man. served two years'n the
Sunday.. Miss, Lewis Isa, patient'n
City Co'Um'lI of Lake Butler, wa '
'rustee of the Lake Butler High the Gainesville, hospital, _eShuffleboard TRAVEIITE I .

school for several years and a BATTERIES' .Whee'fI' I '

member of: ll\e, Board of County Courts j DRIVING Spark

Cummh.llioners'since August 1042 .WUI.ltdll I
t been Poured This WeekWork Wsi6r. Any GLOVES .
having Chairman of the g.

l, Board since. .that date.I began Monday' on the : IIu6l1glrt a $1.98 M 39c I! Plugs

have always felt and worked construction three Shuffleboard -

t.f or the aid of old and needy peo- courts on the east side of the 2 FOR 15c q

f PRESCRIPTION pie I believe! In careful spendIng -. courthouse lawn. 'Ahren OCcara. ready" it Ire hi Talric with leather rtrl>>aQB ;'7'- '"
tnwnbs and Anger rh
and low taxes. The court are bring paid for lighter socket Into
foe gripping
i :
If elected I promise full, con- by the Chamber of Commerce and ,12-n ws

i clentious service: to the best of win be primarily, for the use of

Phone G4 STARKE my ability. tourists, although townspeople r rr rr\\

II i On-the-Mlnll{ Service I earnestly solicit your vote and will al,ro> be encouraged to play. / / I .
support, subject to the> Democratic The contract was let to the

primary of May ,4. 1949 Bradford Engineering Co.

,1 Sincerely your fiend! It is hoped that plans for a

Clarence A. Robert tourist club tn Starke will be per AUTO SUPPLIES REDUCED! Elevtrlo Sobering Irons. _______ s.lO APPLIANCE-BARGAINS!!
.' 'ected' in the near ,future..,W. H
Suck'Jones Offers Chrome Cleaner ._.39. Portable Trouble Light 6.93 -
tollman has been named chair -- --- .
It x Heating Pads .,_____-.._____ 1 U
Rear Vk>wn Door Mlrn6rm 1.69 Hip Roof Tool Razes ____
for _
PRICESREDUCED For Sheriffs PostF. man the organizational phase ? -- ".U Kitchen Exhaust Fans ____. 29.93

of this program but his"plans Fuel (Pump -_-...------ 4.49 Hand Saw _________._____ 1.95 Firestone Vacuum :Cleaners __ 64.30
P. (Buck) Jones local "'s. lava been delayed somewhat be- liumprr Tow Cable ---------- 3.49 Claw Hamroem '
----------_-_-- 1.49.
taurant proprietor announced yesterday cans of hla recant DIne..... Bumper Guards __ ___ 6.9$ !
Screw! Drivers __._ _______ jg
t that be win be a candidate --
1 FROM Powertone Horn ______ 1.44
for Sheriff of Bradford County In Free Zinnia SeedJ. Musical Trumpet Horns __ _?13.95 Flrestoaa Saddle Soap -_______ .29

the Democratic: Primary of' May Spotlights! ? 18J5 SAVE ON HOUSE WARES! Zipper Bags .___.._.___._. ss9

4. -M. P. Roberts local Firestone Baseballs __._______...__._ 1.19
:IS Mr. Jones Is a native of Bradford dealer. Is doing his bit toward Fog Ugnta ,-____-_______ 2,19 Hunt Mop ___________________ .98 Baseball Bats _______..:T l.W

'. % County having bn born at the beautlftcatlon of yards. in- Ironing Board Pad *: Covert 1.79 Tennis Balls, 3 for _____?_____ W9

to 30 Sampson City and returned to Bradford County this spring. He HARDWARE PRICES DOWN! Self-Polishing Floor'Wax _____ .45 Fielders Gloves .______?__._. 4.94Roller
his county;spout four years ago Is offering free Burpee Zinnia

'< to invent' and $frcenter business. He seed; to all who call for them at No. 8 Friction Tape! _____..___ 39 Vedas Shower Curtains _____ S.79 Skates ---------.-._-- 4.9J

; ON ALL la proprietor' f the Cracker Grill Ms place of business until the Padlock end Keys _____.____ jg Bathtroom Shag Rag and Lid Cover OTHER 'VALUES!

on Walnut Street.. supply is exhausted.! Flaanllghta. 1.09 wu _"
------------- ---- 6.98 "
"acons..... _.._ 10.93
j RadiosElectric I Apffntnce, Cords ?__----____. 1.39 Salt & Pepper Shakers ____.._ 1.39 Tricycles -------.L 4 :-__-_-:___ Z393av
Why; Not Enjoy The Best
Irons ? : 55 cr 'S +aS X Y. r.N.trrYr 1r{+ ,,.
t \ tR l J .r'S
t, : 1i1) t t 1

", J Electric Heaters e .'7 a..HiCtii br.vk'4; d("..7iFirestone;;; $ : "" # :.' :&m1a

t 1 i .

I,' a" .. ,urenoi aonno oils mu
/ HomeAuto
I' i CHARLES C. Cooking Heating Refrigeration

F : SHEPHERDAt I E. T.LOCAL Shull FOR AGENTPHONE SERVICE Plumbing;CALL& Heating 14* ji 600 Temple Ave. J. ROBERTS,'Owner STARKE, FLA.J. .

Ali Alir
I "At. Service Station
.. Central Florida (;as & Applicance Co.

I I Phone 3752 Trenton. Fla. ,,rnrr,Ty,,,r yyy y y yvi vy V i1



... .
-- 9 4tJe ..- "' ..." { ......