Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 5, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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'i'i'., ': \. :'r .I Official County Publication Established In 1877

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Local Company Knight Announces 72 Enroll In Rotarians Hear M

4;> Retirement From Local MinisterAn Colee To Speak

<< ,. National Guard Collector's OfficeC. Night ClassesTo appeal for Rotarians to AtCofC '

." A. Knight veteran Bradford take an active part in bringingthe

County Tax Collector, this week hundreds of unchurched pea

. \ Near Full Quota formally announced that he will Start Mon.Night ple In this community Into thechurch's Banquet Thurs

not be a candidate for reelectionIn sphere of influence was

\. the !May\ primaries. voiced by Rev, XV. J. Churchwell,

H _..; .' local National Guard unit. Is his veterans and non-veterans Church In address
n. 20th year In the Tax Collec to an before the Colee", was the comment yes-

|lS5-lb. Hereford steer exjby the pen of three exhibited by rapidly! approaching full authorized tor's office, and has been reelected complete high school or piemen I Rotary Club Wednesday. terday by O. S. Newcomb, presi-

Maurice Edwards, Jr., Charles Lawson of Starke. This strength Capt. T. K. McClane, each term by a very complimentary tory school work will begin Mon There are hundreds In this Immediate ,- dent of the Starke Chamber of

Ike, was declared Grand same entry took "reserve' in the Jr., commanding officer' announced vote, attesting to the BUS day, March 8, said C. S. Partin, vicinity who reed help, Commerce in discussing final

Ion in FFA competition at open show and Law on's two yesterday. confidence that his fellow citizens classes principal will this week. The both spiritually and physically, the plans for the annual banquet of

Ltheantern Fat Stock Showe single entries placed third and Present strength of the com- have In his ability and Integrity the be held at 7 p. m. In speaker stated. lie urged each the organization to be held In the

) in Ocala this week. fourth in FFA Class B singles pany Is three officers and 66 en- Before starting his lengthy Bradford High School. Kotarlan to "adopt" a person or USO building Thursday night

same entry took fifth place A party of Starkeltes. IncludingA. listed men. while authorized 'service as Tax Collector. Mr, In response to an announcement family who needs "a boost" and< March 11, at 7:30 o'clock.

show which Included strength is four officers and 67 Knight served 17 years as deputy three weeks ago, 72 people, both help introduce them to the ad- 'We were more than delighted

tries fcpen from the Southeastern J. Thomas. Lucian Conner, and enlisted men. Capt. McClane stat- clerk and when he retires next white and colored, have applied vantages 'of our schools, our when Mr., Colee accepted our Invitation

George' Kopelouaos will be in ed. When the full compliment Is Jan. 1 he will have completed 37 for the night training. The colored health department, and our to deliver the main address -

lltlonal honors for Starken Ocala today representing local i reached which Is expected with- years as a popular figure in the 'applicants will attend schoolIn churches C at our banquet as he Is one

the award of Grand business men in purchasing a partof Ing the next few weeks, the com- courthouse here.Hercules. Reno. All persona wishing to of the most sought-after.speakers

lionshlp, FFA .Class A, to the prize stock. I pany payroll will be* ; $22,000 an- take part In the program are asked In the state and we are indeed

nually, to contact Principal Partin. Health Depl. fortunate to obtain him for this

Seven new men were sworn Into Office The program to be Inaugurated date,'\ Newcomb continued

ility To Schedule Games, With Smaller the company during: Februaryand Monday will be set up from the Colee la executive vice president

015 Forces BHS To Change Conferences a dozen more now have enlistment elementary grades through high Head Resigns of the State Chamber ,of Com-

blanks In their possession Located HereTransfer school. Classes will be held In merce and a figure of,nationwideprominence.

ford High School has with- score was 24 even. In the three I Capt. McClane said. He urges all the evening for 12 1-2 hours a .

( from the ,Suwannee Con- minute overtime, Starke picked up veterans particularly those who of a Hercules Powder week. Subjects of study are been Dr A. Y. Covington, who has Around 400 Invitations have

and received notice that ft points to Branford's 2. have had Infantry or communications ., Co. survey and lease office from mathematics, English!: sciences, director of the Bradford been Issued to the banquet, New-
County Health
The to enlist before the and social studies (history etc. Department for the comb staged and
to the East Centralnce second game was droppedto training. Baldwin to Starke was early accept-
completedlast two
Under past years submitted his
is approved Coach Bronson by the "terrific"score! company, Is at full strength the program, students will ances indicate that attendance
week to
an an- resignation
the Board
_i Geiger said this week as of,,. G-3S.: "In recent week," Capt. Mc- nouncement Monday by a representative be able to finish one grade every Commissioners of County will be even larger than at lastyear's
six months. Monday to become
rd the first spring' football Class "B" Tourney Clane added, "we have had more of the company.The Part of the local effective April 1. highly successful event. lieurged
e for next Monday after- Next on the' basketball schedule enlistments from men outside school faculty will serve as instructors. that acceptance cards be returned -

The switch was made be- la the !"Class B., Group 2" tourna- Bradford County than within the local office, serving eight Dr. Covington stated that he is at once from all who planto
camps in Georgia and Florida, Foster Shi Smith, assistant resigning to accept a similar appointment attend so that the
"Suwannee Conference ment to be i played in the Lake county. We have had four en- will banquet
headquarters for 20 men
at West Palm
wouldn't play us we're City Armory today (Friday). listees from Mlddleburg and one county 'school superintendent, Beach. commutes will know how many
who are employed largely In the His
successor here will be named!
stressed that no charges are connected places to prepare.
a school he said.h Bradford will play Monticello from Raiford. There are also
field. It Is located on West Tenth by the State Board of
with the Health but The C of C
Geiger' explained that first-victories ,in three gamesare several men in this company from night school president emphasized -
was the largest school necessary to win the tournament Lake Butler. Street In a building purchasedfrom "The program Is open to veteransand has not yet been announced. the fact that there will be a

I Suwannee Conference and Of the ten teams partici- "Three of our men are attend converted Camp Blandlng surplus .and non-veterans alike, and no After several expressions of number of valuable door prizesfor
nly two of the seven Con- pating In'the Lake City tournament ing special schools and there are modern offices.As cost U Involved," he said this regret from members of the tho ladles as well as other en-
the name implies, the staff week. Board, the tertainment
> teams would, sign, forpi Starke is "seeded" fourth. many more openings for radiomen, resignation was ac- features
of the and lease office Is
I matches next year. "Ac- Only Lake City, Perry, and Live mechanics cooks, welder and survey Veterans ''who enroll In the cepted.
engaged In surveying and leasing
tg to Suwannee Conference Oak' are rated above the Brad .other skills which can be put to lands school program might be entitledto Red Cross WorkersAre
for. use by Hercules In its
I a team must, play four ford Countlans. profitable use In civilian life," of rosin and valuable draw subsistence allowance 239 Farmers To Named For
byproducts -
ence game to be eligiblee While announcing the beginningof I Capt. McClane said. recovery while in school. County Service Receive
from original-stand pine Officer A L. Crosby said this $21,000 Residential
he said. Area
championship, spring practice for
Men who Joined the company
i that about 20
stumps have aged
i they wouldn't play us. thatr Monday. March 8, Coach Geiger in February were: Sidney B. week. "The school will start with In Ag. PaymentsCounty
Bradford" years the veteran attending half time,, Bradford County's Red Cross
championship chances out aid that would lose
Brooks, Floyd Cruce Luke Morris -
cold." _, only seven, lettermen this year I Herman L. Sapp, tJanus. M. The stqmps are forced out of and he might be paid! subsistence Agent Ti K. McCIann drive officially opened Mondayand

i had accomplished about all four of whom will graduate. The i Sheffield V. L. Starling. and the ground by bulldozers andshipped allowance for half time, provided announced yesterday that the last will continue through the

uld In tile' ppIIA"'uQ.o': ". team was handicapped 'last season I William L. Starling. :Brunswick y'* home ; the 'celling|Concerning his In-' group of applications for payment month of March with the county

e. anywi y, by the graduation Virtually v plant: at where come 1s not passed" he said' under the 1947 Agricultural'Con- quota let at $,780.:
'''Bra4t ..'..... taking> ',a an Mtarmetu i they are utilized l] la the manufac- All persons who ,are not high servation Program has been forwarded Mr. liana T., Walker has accepts -

p the hdqrs y4.4m. ustla.lely '":t' l'haPII.'r..1tot..I suite ready i Mrs. Amanda Green school graduates and who desireto to the disbursing office *,chairmanship of the Starke

East.'Central.'Conference: to mM\ the largetvteanM, (In u..f][r Died S bird.i'i I )ffic.' 'to participate ifoth ::night:school for payment, "'.This ,lasV group evidential. district.and'announces

(smaller than'we.";"'t East Central; Conference but It: Starke caused four families and are asked to register. with C., S. makes a total of 239 farmers who the appointment"of the following
c' 1t JacksonvilleMrs. other to locate here, participated In the 1947 program block workers: Mrs L. A. Davis
] Cage Season cads: I gives us room to improve .$"ajt., one employe Partln. >:
( the basketball scene. Brad- panel.: the athletic proaram." 'We certainly appreciate the kind and who will receive a total of Mrs. J.: R. Kite, Mrs. Charley -
I 'of' the Amanda C. Green, 82. reception residents have shown us. nearly $31,000.. Johns Mrs. T. F. Landrum. Mr.
High dropped out ;.; Coach Geiger said this week., "At Jacksonville Candidate For
28 In
Feb. a
>nee Conference tournament least'we have a mark at which toroot. Saturday of After they helped us get locatedwe Some farmers have been receiving Hope Haynes, Mrs. O. L. Patten.
enton last Friday when'the (" hospital after 'an illness felt like old friends." E. C. State School Heads checks since Jan. 1,but others Mr, B. K: Ferryman Mrs Ed-

Sea several months. She was a nativeof Mann Jr., supervisor of the staffof who are entitled to a soil con- ward Burns: Mr.: Gladys Canova.
[lads lost the second gameIn Two teams, Palatka and, Moore County N.'C.. and was [! Visitor Here
the series.: Breeze (Daytona), 'of the new the local office said yesterday servation payment should have Gahagan. Mrs. Jean-
BT. Q. Green, a
|the first match Starke beat, conference are already scheduledfor the widow Stressing the need for adequate their checks In the, next three ette Klneald. Mrs. E. D. Tenly.

ord 80-26 after heated play next season Other teams in naval stores operator. Dance ReceiptsTo equipment and properly staffed weeks. This U .the largest totalof Mrs. Gilbert Newcomb Mrs E.
Following the death"of her husband conservation for several J. Dahmor Mrs. J. A. Miller and
hree-munte overtime periodminutes the. East Central Conference- schools in the rural areas.Robert payments
I before- the end of KettevilnusSt'Auguatlne, )., New tn,,,1921 MPS. Green lived' Be Used By C. Marshall, of ,Jacksonville a years. Payments were for Mrs. 1a:1.'MUheers; and Mrs. E.

lame,, Branford was Reading Smyrna.;,Leesburg, beland.,.Eustll.I ., 'with her" daughter Mrs. B.12 S. Edwards Lions For Charity candidate for State Supexlnteni seeding' pasture !grass"t """clovers, .. 'Dahmer. Mrs.' Walker has called -
Starke for years a 'meeting'of her workers
near crotalaria, and other legumes for
into, but at game's end themro and Sanford.v dent of Public Instruction, visited cowpess
and then moved to Jacksonvilleto Funds of the Starke lions Club Starke Saturday on what he oats, liming land and fertilizing this afternoon (Friday)) at 2 o'-
make her home with her son, lock In the chapter office to
used to the tour", pastures or legumes.
are being' Improve termed "a get-acquainted
Found Welfare Board Green. She was a make their first and die
Dead Maurice S. chil- Farmers wishing reports
eyesight of Bradford County Mr. Marshall was accompaniedby to participateIn
eved VictimHitRun Forced To Cut resident of Jacksonville for 32 dren as well as for other com- Mrs. Iva Sprinkle a Jackson the 1948 program must file an cuss campaign plans.G. .
and an ardent worker IA Patten chairman of the
years was munity Improvements, said A. B. ville school principal, and former Intention and! fill out a work sheet
Drivere Child Aid GrantsThe lii the Central Baptist Church. Baker president of that organization resident of Starke and Lake But- at the County<< Agents' Office, This fund raising campaign, announces
two daughters, that A. O. Jenkins will
head the
Surviving asr he announced this week ler and MacDonald Bryan, widely- takes only a few minutes and
body of Arthur Lawton, District No. 5 Welfare Mrs. J. L. Kellum of Jacksonville, drive In Reno.
the success of two recent dances known public relations counsel, every farm should be Included in
ftd Board has been notified by the Edwards of Starke a Names of solicitors outside of
Mrs. B.
about 50 discovered
sponsored by the Lions flub: who Is handling public relationsfor the program. Many farmers who
State Welfare Board of the necessity son, Maurice S. Green, Jacksonville Starke will be announced next
roadside near Sampson by for in and 23 The dances were held at the the Marshall campaln.Marshall'l carried out soil-building practices
adjustments week
14 grandchildren
I .
Bert club to Florida for which they could have been
officer's on father -
Prescott early Monday Camp Blandlng came
I the monthly grants In the Aid to great grandchildren.
ing. Police surmise that Dependent Children to New Years and Valentine Day. in 1870 and was a citrus grove paid> In 1917 did not receive apayment
program Funeral services were held in 301 Associations
Mr. Baker said that on a coun- near Crescent City, Mar because they were not
Bon pioneer
a resident of Jones vllle in I become effective during the! monthof Memorial Chapel of Seaahole
Brlat County was struck by February.This Funeral the Parlors Tuesday after- ty-wide survey, conducted by Dr shall has been an elementary signed up in the program. Formed Here
A. y Covington of' the County school teacher and principal as Almost every farmer carries out
driver who pulled action was taken the o'clock with Rev. B. E.
by 2
at To Promote Route
B> Avery, pastor shown to need some type of Ugh School and Landon High received a payment and Mr. Mc-
of families the officiating. In- of Starke 301
now Organization
study on Church a
Baptist eye Improvements. As a top priority School In Jacksonville. He also Clane urges every farmer to get
was seen drinking In rolls pending applications yet tot terment was in Restlawn Cemetery Association wa effected here at a
project, the Lions Club has coached all sports at the old his farm listed 'In the 49 program
B son on be and funds meeting held In the Guidon Grill
Saturday night. processed avallpblefar ,
undertaken to furnish the underprivileged Duval High and served two terms ,
the remainder of the bien-" Active pallbearers were B. E. Monday afternoon at 2:30: o'clock
children, estimated at Superintendent
) as
< (eight years
| Ida nium. After finding that appli- Evans, T. J. Gayle, A. H. Gayle attended by a group of hotel
s. He
Lloydied 3S: with the necessary eye treat of Schools for Duval County. Corn
cations had more than doubled D. J. Bonforte, T. E.,, Sloan and athletic director, and Big Acreage restaurant, tourist court, and service -
ment. has been
In Conner over the previous year due to the Detective O. E. Foley. "Six pairs of glasses have been coach at the University of Richmond Predicted By station operators InterestedIn
present high cost- of living, the Honorary pallbearers were her Increasing traffic over this Im-
m*. Ida donated, and the Lions are also Randolph-Macon College,
Lloyd, 74. died Tues- State Welfare Board 'advised the grandsons: B. E. Edwards C. D. County AgentMoat portsnt route from Baltimore to
Howard College -
I to finance one eye operation, Ashland, Va., and at
morning in Jacksonville
a Edwards of ,
district It had no alternative but Edwards, and Merrill Tampa.
Vtal. A native of Starke, she to take this action In order to Starke. L. S. Edwards and Lloyd Baker said. About five childrena Birmingham, Ala of the spring crops In T. R. Connell was elected presi-
lived in Jacksonville for the and week will receive treatment until His background as an educatorIs Bradford County will mature two local R.
carry out its responsibility of ,O. Edwards of Jackaonvllle dent of the group, W.
I 40 years.e recognizing all needy eligible families ,James and Curtis K Hum, of the project Is completed. being stressed by hU campaign week or more later than usual, Morse, secretary and Lucian Conner -
"When that's over, the Lions County Agent T. K. McClane said
| Is survived by a daughter rAid Jacksonville. Three other grand- workers. treasurer.Mr. .
will turn to something else said this wpek. "It's the wet weather,"
I Margaret Rob- Connell the
Padgett and a son, to Dependent Children sons Gerald Kellum, James explained that
is* Lloyd Jacksonville; three monthly grants hereafter may not ert Green and R. C. Green, Jr.. the president. Comedy, Music he added. I purpose of the organization will

fers. Walter and,,Arrel AlI exceed $24 for the first child were unable 'to attend, being with However says the County ''be to support the Tobacco Trail
*, Jacksonville? and Arthurrez $15: for the second child, and $12 occupational forces In the U. S. City To LightShuffleboard Offered StageAt Agent If weather remains good I Association In Its efforts to publicize -

Starke. for all other children with a maximum Army. CourtsThe Park Tuesday the corn crop will double that of ; the route In competitionwith '
funeral lost year's one of the reasons other popular U. S. high
services were held of $99 as the moat that can
of the Park Thea- being a 50 percent Increase In Tobacco Trail 1.1 the nickname -
voted Tuesday Management ways.
fs.lay Council
afternoon at 2:30: be paid to any family group. Shands To SpeakOn City
fat the graveside in 0'-1 night to Install lights over tre Is pleased over securing a planting. Last year, 30,692 bags of applied to 301 because It

etery with Rev. W. E. Bank Corner the shuffleboard courts on the booking of Polly Jenkins and Her corn: sold on the Farmer's Market I follows some of the old road.

'iatlng. Hal1l Cemetery Working Saturday AfternoonW. courthouse grounds, to change the Pals Uncle Dan and Texas Rose, brought In the sum of $48,487.50, : through Virginia and the Caronas. -

I hour of the Council meetings, and for a one-day stage appearancenext "Strawberries recovered remarkably .
March 13. there
On Saturday March 9. well after the rain a coupleof The local association also has
piz Program Setr will be a cemetery working at A. (Bill) Shands of Gainesville to donate $100 to the current Red Tuesday. I
weeka back Mr. McClane
for Governor, will drive. Polly Jenkins Is numbered a- as Its objective the preparation of
Church cemetery, ,
Tourist Beulah Baptist the greatest laugh attractions said "They are bearing a very : a folder Inviting tourists to make
Club here this afternoon (Friday Luclan Conner and O. S. New- mong
| handing speak
? located ofthe, Camp the newly In vaudeville and her act offers heavy bloom and a few berries : Starka. their headquarters while
) at 2:30: o'clock at the cornerof comb representing
n evening of spirited bingo, Reservation. and Walnut Streets. formed Tourist Club In Starke a brand of fast, furious rib- should be ready to market next making a series of one-day tripsto
interested are urgedto "
All persona week-barring another freeze. various attractions In this
f attractive hU that be placed on rattling hilarity.
prizes donated by Senator Shands Is basing requested lights
I be present. facili- Polly is now completing a ten- "Another freezewould knock part of the state. The folder will
self- to
| merchants was ,enjoyed by campaign on his success as a the: shuffleboard courts
>II folks and The three year tour that halt seen her act the props out from under everything contain a map showing the best
[ and visitors at the CARD OF TIIANKS made businessman promisesto tate night playing."
rtBt featured over ISO radio stations ," he observed.The route from Starke to these points
Club sincere the same businesslike courts only recently completed on
Tuesday night. All most grateful and carry
for* In town tourists, transit appreciation My to my'many friends, methods Into the Governor's office the east lawn of the courthouse, and on the stages of hundreds of County Agent called I the and will also describe each attraction -
both local residents theatres from New York to cal- attention of the public to the 4.11 In this area.
and local residents are cordl- doctor and nurses, for If elected. He ha a back- are for the use of
Invited pastor ifornia, and Canada to Mexico. Club display In the window of the
I to come out and en- their kindnesses bestowed upon me ground of eight years of service In and tourists.
I the Informal fun In the Wom- illness. the State Senate and four yearsas The councilmen agreed to changethe The act Is described as consistingof Bradford County Hardware store.The Washeteria MovesThe

Club -building each Tuesday during my-Mrs Shellle ,A. Hall. a member of the State Road time of their meeting from clean comedy and entrancing display features needlework.

t. Department. 7:30: In the evenings to :5 o'clockIn music.In handicraft and the organization's XVaahrteria, Emory E. Hen

quiz Mrs.-David Kelly were He U a native of Levy County the afternoons. The date of addition to the stage show motto 'To make the best better. derson owner, has moved from

t Tu"sday program U planned for Mr. and Mamie and is well-known in Starke having their meetings, the first and third next Tuesday the Park will pre- It U part ot.the local observance Its former location on Temple

under the direction visiting their daughter.sisters in a summer home on KIngsley Tuesdays of each month remains sent "High Conquest", full length of National( Club week March Avenue and Is now housed in the

drs k Burns.Ruby Johns and Mrs. Ed- and Tampa Mr.last Kelly's weekend.two Lake. ,:I the same feature' shorts and news 1-7. .Shull building on, the same street.rice .



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I and those who can't come In day- Lovett's Celebrating stone Heights, gives away a $25 each month ,
; Public's Right To time have been known to work at cash prize each! month for the to bror( bi
!1 Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Pick Officials Is night. Saturday night last, they 29th Anniversary largest fresh water black bass The enter fish

had a "Work Gathering" and the With Sales EventIn caught on a rod and reel, with first period ,or
1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNLR EDITOR Issue, Fraser Says"The ladies cooked chicken pilau at the artificial lure, within a radius of will run from Feb tilt I

Published Every ITMatter and Entered u Second people of Florida always church. There were many other celebration of Its 29th successful 15 miles of Keystone.The 31, and monthly ttJj k
t Claax at, the PoutMEMBER Office at Starke, Fla. have, and always will, guard good eats, too. Also good work year In business Lovett's .contest, which, closes on far Walker has !,*
closely their right to choose their and a good time mixed in. Is holding a 12-day sales events the last day of each month Is contestants and relllle
own public officials," Edwin G. Our Building Fund Treasurer 1 beginning Thursday, March 4, and open to all comers. There is no entered to ,late the It
1948 (Ed) Fraser, candidate! for State Leslie McClelland. continuing: through Wednesday I registration fee, although- contestants 10 1-2 poncls. It,seat
>91.10 For Sill: MonthsIIEUE'S Comptroller, told an audience of When the transformers arrive, March 17. All of the 80 supermarkets must register with Walker E. F. PlemmonsSTARKE IVaI
:! Annually
SubHcrlptlon $ several hundred people here last the PEA promises to flood our operated by the Wlnn &
Saturday afternoon. church with light and these fine Lovett Grocery Co., In more than ,
'.' "You good people of Bradford people deserve it, for their heartsare 50 Florida and South Georgia BUILDERS
; TilE WEAPON County helped elect me state flooded with love and earnestness cities are participating. SUPPLIED g
a sq The American Bankers Association, concerned over the comptroller In 1946 after I had It la wonderful to see how The big sale, celebrating 29 A Complete Line of Builders Supplies
decreasing value of our once-proud dollar, is launching: a been nominated by the State our children and older folk, too, years of economical food distribution Phone 45 -, Across From 8.AJ*''Depot -
nation-wide campaign to fight inflation. But however im- Democratic Committee 'as a successor have "come out" under' the cap, rendered by the company, Is Ikhveq II
.portant the banks' part of this'fight against high prices and td the late Col. J. M. Lee," able guidance of our leaders, directors an event held every year one
' inflation may be, it has been pointed out that banks cannotdo the Baker County nurserymap and teachers. featuring many outstanding bar- Sherwin-Williams Paints, FalrballkA-)tarty'"
the job alone.Inflation said. "It is not your fault, neitheris Prof. Max Wilkinson has been gains in nationally known prod- Paint Your House Home Water SYst
{':: '', r cuts the value of everyone's dollar, and threatens it mine, that I am not occupy kind indeed! He gave us six week ucts. And Pay by The Month Terms It Beds\
y ing the comptroller's office right Instruction In the rudiments f Officials of the company and
and child o
+, the economic security of every man, woman,
store employees Join in extendingthe ''
1 I
W now. music and we can certainly tell METAL & COMPOSITION
in America. Therefore, it is everybody's responsibility to ROOFING:
Fraser recalled how the Governor the difference in the He public an Invitation to buy
singing. Thick-Butt Asphalt Shingle! (Green &: Blue ItullL
-'; help fight inflation and beat it down at all costs. Govern- well known brands at birthday ) -
had 'stated following the studies music at the Universityof '
ware Hardware Cloth Common
business and the and and Finish I _
ment, banking public-each everyone nomination 'meeting In Jacksonville Florida.If prices. Nulls
has responsibility, and each must do its part. tos Siding Cement Mortar Mix
a that he would abide by the the good Editor's door Is unlatched

The Florida Bankers Association in wholehearted co- 'committee's decision."It we may call again, some Cash Prizes Offered I _
operation with the national organization, points out that the was a great surprise to me," day. For Fish Each LUMBER All Grades
Big -
individual citizen can btst take part in this crucial fight Fraser Bald "when I received a All I Immammmmmmmmmt B
against inflation by adopting the following program for letter 10 days later from the IN MEMORY OF Month By Walker
Governor telling me that I could SUELLEN PHILLIPS
everyday : not have the job. R. Lindsay Walker, well-known BRONZE SCREEN | WINDOWS & DOOI
BUY ONLY what you need now. Avoid increasing in- The Baker Countlan told his Jan. 31, 1941 Feb. 22, 1948 service station operator of Key
flationary demand for goods. If you can postpone your pur- .
listeners that a law enacted( in Dear ,
parents for
grieve no
chase, by all means do so. If history repeats itself, your the last centflry to prevent a me; more -

dollar will buy considerably more goods later on. practice then being followed was My parents, grieve no more for
"BORROW ONLY for essential purposes. Bank loans used to bar him from this cabinet me. ; Here's That -
for purposes that add to the supply of needed goods and post. Fraser was a member of; Believe that I am happier far
services help fight inflation. Loan applications for purposes the 1945 state senate, which voteda Than ever with you before. BIRTHDAY AGAIN!
that contribute to inflationary demand for goods should be pay Increase for the Governor, I've left a world where woe and
1 postponed, unless absolutely essential. Comptroller and other cabinet sinSwell .
members. It was this action which
onward'as :
"SPEND CAREFULLY. Weigh the cost of everythingyou a river. pta
provided the legal obstacle to keep And gained a world where I shall
buy. If feel the is too high and the
you price purchasecan him from the job he sought. rest *
be postponed, wait until later. Remember, every time Fraser was introduced by State In peace'and Joy forever. NNIYI 51 meet *tlcILdN5p
you buy scarce goods you help send the price still higher. Senator Charley E. Johns.EvergreenBy .' (LA, [V&* \ Ol6t-

"SAVE REGULARLY in a bank account. Money set .. .. Our He Father gently bade bade me me come come to Him, ",.
aside in your bank account for your own future security is ;
And He has made His heavenly
postponed spending power-dollars you are not using to bid house
up prices by adding to inflationary demand for goods. My and I
..__hu_ dwelling place home .
"INVEST KEGULARLY in U. S. Savings Bonds. Your Mrs. J. D. O.verstreet On that best day of all the seven -...
dollars placed there are another means of building security Which saw the Saviour rise.I .
for your own and your family's future. And with each Bond I heard the voice you( could not
purchased you also' strike a blow at today's inflation." Our "piece" may prove to be hear,
a little lengthy, for not since Mrs. Which called .
The program as outlined by the Bankers Association I me to the skies.I
Schelly Rosier moved from our .y ,.:o;: .. 7 ,
places a fight-inflation weapon in the hands of every American community has any news,.of our saw, too, what you could nol :1 t!; ,. "I"a f''''
citizen. If effectively wielded it will be bound to havea i people Into the see- -
telling effect on the menace of mounting inflation. feel gone that there are Telegraph.We friends Two beauteous angels stand; 12 Super Sale Days- Mar. 4 thru Mar !

who would appreciate hearing the They smiling stood, and looked at ,
story that lies closest to our' me.
ZACII II. DOUGLAS, ATTORNEY hearts-the story of our church'I' And beckoned with their hand;
activities., They said they were my sisters Special Birthday _
ANNOUNCESI I Our beloved pastor'' Is Bro. dear,
THE OPENING OF A LAW OFFICE Truby Parrlsh, and we number 115 And they were sent to bear Price List
souls just now. Offers of the My spirit to their;bl.ssed abode, O v T'
AT. 33 W. ASHLEY ST.. Sunday School are: Supt., Cecil To live forever there. 14 Pages, Newspaper Size
E, Crawford; Assist. Supt., Clyde
JACKSONVILLE FLA. Then think not of the mournful
I C.; Griffis; Sec and Treaa, Mrs. time In Color. Get Copy: .At "Store' 1 1 1
EFFECTIVE MARCH ,t Clyde C. Griffls.
: 1, 1948 When I resigned my breath,
,i / -, *e v r Extension Dept., Supt. Mrs. D. Nor of the place where I was laid,
I Russelh "J'e d din g. Teachers s I
The gloomy house of death; .
Adults, Philip Sullivan. Yrfung .
But think of that high world
People, Mrs., Carlton Griffis. In
termediate, Mrs. Leslie .McClel where I **. IN
STARLING'SGROCERY land; Juniors, Miss Dorma Grif- No more shall suffer pain,
And of the time when all of us,
fis. Primary, Mrs. C. E. Craw-
In Heaven shall meet again.,
ford. Beginners Mrs. J. P. Sul- TO
livan. -By Rev. C. B. North, Pastor
& MARKETWEEKEND BTU Lawtey Methodist Church.ELECT ,
Dtrector,'J..Philip Sullivan; Sec.
Mrs. D. R. Redding. Prea. Adults.
SPECIALS. = MARCH 5 6 J: D. Overstreet. Counselor Young
People, D.,, Russell Redding. Leader -' TAKE HOME
i Int., Mrs. Carlton Griffis. Leader IN
LOCATION: CORNER CALL &: CHERRY STS. Juniors. Mrs. Leslie McClelland. .

Leader of Story Hour, Miss
Dorma, Griffis.
Church'Treasurer, J. Philip Sul- w: r r \
'Specials Galore'TALL livan. Clerk Earl Mozely. ..
Deacons: Carl L. Hilliard, J. B. : Sr HANDY CART!

h '" __ _' Gasklna, D. R. Redding. Cholrs- .;
tr, D. R. Redding assisted by J. 'I' .

MILK 3 for 35c l>. Pianists Overatrect.: Mrs. Carlton Griffls

,Miss Jean Sullivan, Miss Dorma
I GriffU, taking turns, and others .
i have been known to help when r

Tender Stringiest ,needed. 6 BOTTLES, '25< ,
Beans "
121 Our pet hobby just now.is build FOR a
No. 2 Can ing four Sunday School rooms.
Busy as they are making a livlt- (plus deposit) .
hood, our men take a day off
Coffee frequently to work on these rooms(

Shop COFFEE lb. 39c* at a G'YR .p.l .

,. :::;. <=> Ag

Uncolored lb. i: .g J. R.KELLY

e. ._ r'i

Margarine 35 GOOD! 'The ,Little, s- AS YOUR ",
Letter Word That Ue-

scribes Eveny, Tasty Tidbit Tax Collector rent

Sold by The, LAWK .

Real Good Stew 121fiibbs PIES DONUTS CAKES .

Pqrk Hone COOKIFS 1. He Is Capable

2. He is Experienced
Birthday &: Wedding
'. Cakes Our .Specialty 3. He is"Worthy ...

LAPPEBAKERY, Ho Is trained In County Matters -
Catsup 15c of Finance and Government
and he Mill appreciate
I jour tote and support. S
PHONE 10 (Paid Pol. Ad?.)

3 for 7 7i

Any Snuff 25 Electric 4w1
ai( Brand c Service & Supply

123 E. CALL ST. ,

; Electrical Contractors '"
Big Pksr. a ,

r i Seedless Raisins5c Licensed ElectriciansAUTHORIZED I.' -h! r

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Petroleum Men will soon move to the farm. I wood Mrs. Joyce Futch Benton "but I welcome this opportunity :
Graham 'S The Lawtey City Council met Futch and Miss Blithe Collins. to make a short visit in Starke.
To Hold
Meeting Lawtey
mpton : at the City Hall last Monday Floyd Rosier, who is employedin My only regret Is that I will not I
Here I March 12A By Mrs. John McKinney By I.. II. Fetch night with all members present.The Miami, spent several days with have the pleasure, because of lack '
regular bills were audited and his family here this week. of time, of all
I?,. SI. C. Sweeney, :r reorganization meeting of, the e . paid and other routine business friends" my

Bradford County Petroleum Industries Forester Reynolds left Monday PULPWOOD OPBRATOK transacted.Mrs. Comptroller Gay The Comptroller Is basing his
MELVIN HALL Committee will be held for Key West where he will resume TO CLOSE DOWN Jessie Young, county campaign for return for ,a four
I Mrs. Eugene W. Hallhe in the 'courthouse here Friday, his Navy duties after spendIng One of the industries of Lawtey school supervisor, was In the Law- Confers With Friends year term on the achievements of
birth of their sec- March 12, at 7:30 p. m. 30 days leave with his grandparents Is rapidly coming: to an end. D. tey School this week assisting In ,Here Monday his office, along lines of economy
Ichard Melvin on Fri Service station operators, ga- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ab- B. Thomas, one of the pulpwoodmen giving the standard achievement and efficiency, and pointed to the
ary 27, in St. Luke's ragemen, dealers), truckers and ernathy. I told us a few days Ago that tests to students. I Comptroller C. M. Gay, candidate savings of many thousands of dollars
acksonvllle. many others representing allied Earl Starling returned to his I he has timber to last only a few Mrs. Will 'Edwards spent the for return to a four year of taxpayera' money which.
Interests will gather from 'every job in Gainesville Monday after more months aad then he will weekend with relatives in Jack term in that: office, made a brief have been C effected through Installation
f Mr. and,Mrs. SyJvesL section' the county to discuss enjoying: a month's vacation with be moving: to another location.Mr. sonville. visit here Monday to confer with of modern and efficient
,., of Green Hampton.Cove matters of vital Importance to his mother, Mrs. Kate.Starling Thomas has been in Lawtey Farmers of the, Lawtey com- friends and supporters of his'cam methods since of he business took office.and accounting
rmerly the motoring public and, the ,pe- Mra. Lizzie Hines is spending about three years. There are munity are more optimistic about paign.
I be interested to JieaxInt troleum industry. three weeks In Jacksonville with other pulpwood man who are more the strawberry situation. Several "I will boll forced by official responsibilities RULED PRACTICE PAPER,
arrival of their son Election of officers will be held! her children, Mr. and Mrs. L. permanently located, and will say they are picking a few berries to l ave much of Od:!. for school rhlldrrn. 7Soream. : a
lyre In a Palatk* Hos-and during the session and a color I Ilinea. probably be shipping small amounts and expect to have enough my campaign In the hands of my .-Bradford County Tele
and Mrs. their Hess lake film will be presented dealing! Mrs. ,Alice Starling and daughter of wood for several years. for the market in a.few days If I friends". Comptroller Gay said, graph.
ved from '
with,the.problems now facing the! Katherine and brother, Lon- The 9th Grade of the Lawtey the warm, sunny weather con-
ccember.non Slade and Mrs.Les- Industry.and i nie Hines spent Sunday In New- Junior High School will present a tinues. Moat of the farmers are
( I berry as guest of their slater, Mrs. preparing for spring crops.
with stork play entitled, "Billy's Aunt Jane"on
Intertalned a BICYCLE SHOE
son,:.Mrs. Anna McSwain, and Walter White. The Woman's Home Demonstration
Tuesday (If last ,week Bom Thornburg, all of North Friday night, March 12. It
fistlan Church, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McKin- promises to be a big success. I Club met in the.school cafeteria *
Carolina, were Thursday night, last \
Monday( night with Mrs.
Hall. and Mrs. Luther ney of Daytona Beach were weekend The 4-H Club girls are displayIng REPAIRING
ne guests of ,Mr. I Stahlar, the president, in charge. ,
: guests his parents. Mr. and
candidates forces to the sewing they have been
[ County Wattersoh. They were enroute I Miss Madge Whigham was presentand
giving.Introductory Tampa. Judge Hiram Bryant and Mrs. John McKinney. \ doing in club meetings. Mr. and assisted the members with
between acts at the mother; Mrs.. Bessie Bryant, of: Mr,. Maude Graves is spendingtwo Mrs. McSwain kindly allowed their work. We Make Keys
ow Friday night were: Ft. Myers, have also been> recent weeks with her son and them to use one of the windows Mra. C. B. Bennett entertainedwith
icws, J. R. Kelly T.,C. guests in the Watterson home. I daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. In their grocery'store for the ex- (t\ party for her daughter, ----.-.- .-

I W, S. Sibley; Guy An- Jimmy Ulner of Dasher, Ga., Graves at Sampson. hibit.T. Esther Ruth on her 8th birthday t.I SPORTING GOODS .r
)thur McRae, A. J. was visiting friends here last John McKinney and his son and Wainwright recently pur- anniversary. The little guests all ,
ene Long G.- Fred An- daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.! chased the Lawtey Hardware reported a good time and Esther! ---.-.-- -.- -.- --.0-
P. D. Reddish. week.Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Lyle of Leonard McKinney were In Waldo' Store from Robert Rosier Mr. Ruth received many nice gifts.O. .
Mrs. Burkhart of Terre Dalton Ga., and Mrs.. Reddishof Wainwright will move his other Terry of Hronson visited: his
and Starke
Saturday on business. & Baker
and Mrs. Jake sessler Starke! were supper guests on business Into the hardware. store brother, T. J. Terry, Sunday.The Biggs
Iwere visiting their par- Wednesday night last of Mr. and Mrs. Milliard Broughton of and continue to operate at the Lawtey' Baptist Church was
pnd Mrs. Lee Burkhart Mrs. J. W. Horne. Gainesville spent last weekend new location.C. represented at the Union Meetingat
and Thursday ,of last Mrs. C;>. Wethersby of Branford with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Broughton. A. McSwain and L. H. Futch the New River Church last Sat.' 103: W. CALl ST. STARKE, FLA.
has been visiting her sister, Mrs. ., have traded places.' Mr. McSwaln urday I by Rev. O.'v. Lee, Mrs. Ar-
Mrs. Ray Thornburg T. J. Alderman.. I ---- -

Evangelist Al Troester was a Il ,
ILKS EAT I visitor here Saturday., He left:

Monday for his home in Doyles-, Would like I know: about
YET LOSE town. ,Pa., after conducting revivals -: you to

flth amazing 4i in Hampton Long Bridge 7 t

indy cuing V nple ender A ,YDS DOCTOR'S graceful plan laxatives Foot(lg- t for Mrs.Lake Mrs.a W.Butler brief Ann M.R visit Joplin and; Guy with Spring In left Lake Mr.last Hill.week City and, i 7 f JfTY..,gN 4 E?i ii

IS Head f ,
ny munis,or all the 'i before going to Valley .1' ht4
?You simply take where she will visit, her nieces. ,
I meals which auto- Prevatt
the appetite.The Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt
tnt less lose weight. Gloria, of Jackson- s
rmlcftft' No Dieting! and daughter
DSiriVEl Eminent physicians ville spent Saturday afternoon
imil teats and report quick and ;
with over 100 uaera. WHY with Mrs. J. F. Johnson. SALE
Lettie Parker, Misses tt
.B9 for fullpoiwinly Mrs.
Today Only $3 a r and S
__1y more than youwillttv / Betty and Ethel Mae Durling l
TrjHmtfd on the very first box ,all of Jacksonville,
'H ttgM Come in.phone or write. June Johnson
DRUG STORE were,visitors here last weekend. )
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Mrs. Hartmann
I WB POLkOW tat 1TOHK. ,
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DOES YOUR 1 .v\l r/ ,


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model of convenience and ql h r
!1 Are you proud to show"1t .f>! I *>*
2 Take a basket ..one of the shopping
Mt!!T You can achieve both ,
Lints 1 inter!: through theturnstile" buggies provided to make iteasy
at a very moderate coating when to the groceries you select t L _.. L u A' _.. ...... L _
us modernize, It with ? carry S Uf/l(. nuw"U 'Wf7'He,4.
you come to Jitney. 7
i appointments.To .
Jungle. to shop It's a value demonstration to open your eyes to the every

Three Years To Pay' ,to plainly see marked for you 3, The.n go through WJERE'S>> of trading at Jitney-Jungle f Six ((6)) popu
DOWN PAYMENT! '''I the aisles, and as '
u -"N; you come to the things grocery items are placed on sale at actual cost-

you want, take them in addition to other specials listed below HOW TO BUY

ill Plumbing ,&' Heatingmple from the shelf and put THESE SURPRISES: In order to buy these items at cost, each cus
/ in basket or buggy.
Ave. STARKE, FLORIDA Phone 144 N '.... tomer must do her own shopping. come in, take a basket or shopping .

.9;.! buggy, and shop the self-service way. Locate the six Surprise

4* After you have selected the things you want, bargains by the double site Red Tags. Under each Red Tag you will

REFINEMENT take your basket or buggy to the checking see the regular white price tag, and can figure what you have saved
stand near the entrance. The pcison on duty .
I in every neces&arydetail in a Service will add-up the items for you. by serving yourself. If you require someone to wait on you then

available locally' and widely known you pay the regular price. You make money when'you serve yourself.!

,for its modest cost its wholesome l'M
courtesy, and always tactful sympathy..

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AMBULANCE Funeral Director SALE DAYS -- Fri. Sat. --- March 5, 6 --- $25 Given Away Sat., 4 P. M.

Our local funeral home enables us to ___ ____._ _ ___ .0 ,_ _

offer otherwise conveniences available. and ..services not Heinz BABY FOODS 9c VANILLA WAFERS 23c

nUh the highest: type' service at, the lowest prices 'M 4 Oz. Shredded- COCONUT 18c / Large Size HI-HO 28c

ANY life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY con
Large BANANAS - -
funeral. Consultationno
payment In part or In full on a
obligation. lb. 3c Orange JUICE No. 2 = .
Green CABBAGE, can lie
Round STEAK lb. 65c
Krispy LETTUCE, 2 for 25c23c Lindy PEAS, 2 for w 25c

While ''You LEARN to FLY Good Irish Potatoes, !5.Ibs. Rib Brisket Stew, lb. 35c APPLE JELLY ,. 17c

Large IVORY FLAKES '- 37c CORN BEEF, 1 lb. can 2Cc

BUTTER lb. _ 95c ,
The G. I BILL of RIGHTS CAMAY SOAP 12c Pink SALMON, 1.lb. can -, 55c

OYSTERS 85c Crispy PICKLES, 12 oz. 29c
49c pt. -
WESSON OIL, pt. - ,

r are now Approved for' the foi 'T SNOWDRIFT, 1 lb. 44c 3 Ibs. 1.23 Frf'lIb. -

ting courses: FRYERS lb. 65c 15 oz. PEACH, Halves in Syrup 15c
pic Ground Primary and Ad- 20c D..lI4'd ,
Peed Flying Also Private, Com- ____ Gibbs Tomato 0 CATSUP PEANUT BUTTER, Pt. 30c

Vcial and Flight Instructor.... ...
urses. Approval No. 5650. ,, :;:: ::-::::-== Dixie Lily Patna RICE 37c DRINK US YOUR ,EGGS McCormick Tea Bags, 1.4 lb. 49c ,

Thurs. SALT 3 packages . lOc WE CARRY COMPLETE' LINE FEEDS 1 lb. Can Hershey's Syrup 14c

as Room Instruction Tues. & ___,_ _._____ _._ _. _______________,_______ ____ _________u___ __ ______ __ ___ ___ __ ___.
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UDC Members Meet Methodist WSCS TEL Class MeetsThe officers:
Of President -
_ SOCIETY and CLUBSCounty Feature Of At Haynes Home Met MondayCircle TEL class of the Baptist Vice president Jo Lallllt Alii

Church met last Thursday after- Secretary *
PTA Dinner"Know Vases of yellow daffodils and One of the WSCS of the noon at 3 p. m. at the home of Pauline
CouncilOf Baptist Circles tiny ray flowers formed the set- Starke Methodist Church met Mrs. Alma Hough. -- Imogene Jj
Your School" was the the Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at They will meet
ting Wednesday Mrs. W. J. Epperson, vice-presi- every two
Bradford PTA'sTo Met This Week theme of the PTA meeting: Wed- regular\ monthly business,, program : the home of Mrs. L. D. Vinlng the business Miss Madge Whlgm! ,

WMS nesday of last week when the and social meeting of the with Mrs. J. I.. Anderson as co-. dent presided over Home Demonstration
the Baptist
Be Organized Two of
met at the home of Mrs. L. D. membership and other Interested W T. .Weeks Chapter, UDC, held hostess. session, after which a delightful Aid

t #' Mrs. A. G. Wagner Field Representative Haines Tuesday at 3 p. m. with citizen met. In the school cafe- at the home of Mrs. O. L. Haynes For decorating the living and social hour was enjoyed. The -Pauline Cal,

for PTA, will be In 14 members and 9 visitors present. teria at 6:30: for dinner meal, of where the with her daughter. Mrs. Arthur dining rooms, vases and basketsof hostess, assisted by Mrs. Tom

Starke Monday night March 8, The meeting was opened with they received their a good children! eat there Holiday, as co-hostess. colorful wild plum blossoms Harding served refreshments.
reading of words from the hymn same type Routine business was carriedout and pink camellias were used at BACKAC
of organizing Following dinner an
6 tot the purpose "Must 1 Oo On Empty-handed" by dally. : and plans for preparation for appropriate Intervals. 4-H Club Girls .
Bradford County Par- eating: program was enjoyed 1/ per .1aI& eomfortlni
council of the leader, Mrs. W. L. Andrews. and Memorial Day on April 26 were Mrs. O. L. Haynes, presided overa I aIaM- M'91'a1u,Ot\11Dr blip up.lor
70 guests ..
the present
ent-Teacher Associations. At this Prayer was given by Mrs. W. B. persons discussed. The time for the meet- short business session. Mrs.A. Elect Officers elodr errne ln1iatlDr reerpy"
school throughout ,
toured the eIftIM Sad. .
meeting, to be held at 8 p. m. in Alexander.In % which bad been thrown open for Ing of UDC waa changed to 3:30.: Z. Adkins led the devotion, and M-.se eru sod nee"'nd.soay q.lw,...

the USO building, county representatives the business session which the During the historical period. Mrs. J. B. Cottrell gave an interesting The 4-H Club girls held a meet- .Mr.....%.rouble.UrgyuuQ..
y from PTA's In Brooker, followed, the brotherhood supper purpose., the Mrs. Miss Olive Ray read an article article entitled "Calling Ing: Iq the school 'auditorium last fwt OnnM or for moM 0rthII y beat
Preceding to4aJ.
Lawtey, Hampton, Hellbronn, and was arranged, $2.60 was voted by program about the unveiling of the bust Nanking". Friday and elected the 'follOwing
Junius Smith president, presidedover
Starke will be present, and Mre.r the circle to go to the Bible Institute a brief, business meeting, of Sidney Lanier in the Hall of During the latter part of the +-- - ... -,- -...-.-.- .---- .....
Junius Smith, President of the and plans for the com- after which she turned the meet- .Fame in New York University.Mrs. afternoon a delightful social hour
''a; Starke PTA, urges that all members munity project for March were to C. S. Par- L. G. Powell gave a readingon was enjoyed, at which time the

and Interested citizens made, It being decided to visit the till ing, Chairman over Principal of the evening program "Marshes of Glynn", one of 1 hostesses served a salad course to DON'T MISS THIS TREAT H

at throughout the county make a woven at State Prison. The who presented teachers and Lanler's famous poems. the 19 members and one visitor

point to attend this Important meeting was closed with prayerby students from various depart- During the social hour which present.

gathering. Mrs. A. A, Durden.A ments, as follows: followed the hostess served delightful -
Mrs. Smith stated that forminga very Interesting program was refreshments Circle Two met Monday afternoon ANNUAL BANQUET
Mrs. T. H. Osborne Introduced
council will be to the advantage given under the direction'of Mrs. at 3 o'clock in the recreation
of the county, In that It will fur- Haines, and Mrs. D. L. Thomason Nancy DuPre and Edgar Akridge, building, where hostesses were
ther PTA work as a whole rather the topic "Home Mission students, who gave an account of WCTU LuncheonAt Miss Amy Cobura and Miss Kate Starke Chamber of Commerce I
what the elementary building
local com-
than only in some Fields". Quigley Home Struth.
munities. Taking part on the programwere councils are doing Mrs. F. H. Long, chairman, pre-
the following GA's: Helen Blanchard LAW explained the Members of the Laura Scott sided over the business meeting

Woman's Club To Haines Eloise Thomas Patty workings of the school library. WCTU gathered at noon last Friday after which a worship service

Lawson, Sylvia Alvarez, and Mar- Billy Smith talked on activitiesand for a delightful luncheon at taken from the "Methodist: Wom- Thurs. March 11 7:30: P.M.U.
Meet WednesdayThe tha Landrum. work of the student council. the home of Mrs. J. T. Quigley. an" was given by Mrs. Long. .

regular monthly meeting of During the social hour delicious Coach Geiger and Miss Louise Purpose of the event, as announced :Mrs. L. W. Koch gave an Interesting S. O. BUILDING
Byers spoke concerning the Physical by the hostess, was to belter article entitled "Meth
served by
the Starke Woman's club will be refreshments were
Education In the elementary acquaint members new ones odist Royal Wedding Double"
held next Wednesday, March 10, Mrs. Haines, assisted by theGA's. |
and high schools.Mrs. especially with the founders, from the World Outlook. Mrs.E. .
In the club building. L. A. Canova, with several leaders, and scope of work of the K. Perryman, Christian Social Guest Speaker Hon. Harold Coke |
will be Mrs. Paul The April meeting will be held
Hostesses second! graders from :Mrs. Ma- organization. Mrs. W. N. John- Relations Chairman, gave a report -
Breazeale, Mrs.E. at the home of Mrs. W. B. Alex-
Mrs. I. N.
Canova, lone's group, demonstrated the son, president, led the discussion and Mrs. J. W. Klacaid and
B. Searing Mrs. W. B. Mundy, ander. work being done in music in the with a brief sketch of the life Mrs. W. B. Parks were appointedon Please return reservation card
Mrs. W. F. your
Mrs. L. A. Canova
elementary section. of Frances Willard. the flower committee for the
Godwin, Mrs. Ed Shull, Mrs. T. T. Circle Three met Tuesday after Don Neel spoke about the work Guests were seated at three church for Easter Sunday. to Chamber Commerce AT ONCE! I
Long, and Mrs. Hogan Smith. noon In the home of Mrs. Ray
tables arranged in U-formatlon. A Eighteen members
done the school Annual. were present
being on
Newsome, with 16 members and : .. .
The F.F.A. program was pre- festive air was given by low antique including three new members ,, -- - - - ---
visitor Lovely spring
one present.
REAL ESTATEList flowers enhanced the beauty of sented by Maurice Edwards. crystal bowls of spring Mrs. Tullison, Miss Shirley Tul-
Ona Demorest explained the flowers placed at intervals. lison, and Mrs. J. F. Suttles.
List for sale the room where the' meeting was FARM E RS
activities of the Beta Club, and Following luncheon, the devo- Visiting the group were Mrs. Olin .
with me. I have aold many held.Mrs. Mr. Bates discussed the school tional was conducted by Mrs. J. White and Mrs. D. L. Gafford.
pieces of property and hare W. J. Epperson, Sr., gave band. Thornquest and Mrs. J. W. White.

many prospective\ buyes A the devotional from Romans 10: The next meeting will be held Mack Futch was in Tallahasseelast Do You Need Lumber
deal Is guaranteed. A 8-13.: A "Week of I
square program on
with Mrs. Johnson on .Friday, weekend where he and Miss
fair commlsaloM Is all that I re Dessert Bridge
for Home Missions"
March 26. Marian Brown, who Is a studentat Let me bring my specially construct!
quire. As a anemker of the given, with Mrs. M. F. Hazen,
Honoring VisitorsMrs. FSU attended the A. D. Pi
Board be 3
Realty you may Mra. R. B. Alvarez and Mrs. T.
See the Spring and Summer sorority dance at the Woman'sClub.
logs and accurate lumber for
amured that I will represent saw yo
B. Harding taking 'part. K. O. Duncan was hostess Piece Goods at STUMP'S. .
you to the best of my ability.N. The business session was presided Thursday evening of last week a needs.

D. WAINWRIQIIT, JTB. over by Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, when he entertained her Night RATE:,
Realtort tPhone 104 circle leader with Club with
closing prayer Bridge a delightful
being led by Mrs. B. T. Thomas. dessert bridge honoring Mrs. $20 Per Thousand Feet

During the latter part of the Lloyd Lewis of Wilmington Del., Good Lumber' Good Fomtrl!

afternoon the hostess, served refreshments the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. T...
B assisted by Mr Free- Long, ana Mrs. Joe M. Spears of 'C Lake C lFloriil
pp- man Register Jr. Ashland, Ky.. guest of Mrs. J. .
FLA. Next meeting will be at the W, Kincaid and Mrs. O. L. Beas I
Well the politicians have "tapered" Tenn., is just out of the hospital PHONE 463-R
home of Mrs. B. T. Thomas. t
ley.In off a little this week so after I
an and will be
Sun. Mon. March 7-8 decorating, Mrs. Duncan used operation ,Timber,Cruising Timber Marking P- Custom Saely l
maybe I can get a word or two in confined to his home there1'for'
The Business Woman's Circle wild plum blossoms on the piano
edgewise ., At least, I'll try week ..Also
several learn that
held Its In the and buffet while arrangements of ,
SLAVE GIRL regular meeting, .
i If you don't,, believe that Noon Wainwright (Rep. N. D. Jr.) -
church annex with the' leader, other colorful Spring flowers were "
spring is officially 'here, is several
Yvonne DeCarlo, Geo. Brent Mrs. C. A. Knight, presiding. A- placed at Intervals around the you spending l days in the
should have been down on Loch- Lake City veterans
News & Sliortatun. bout 40 members and visitors were rooms.( In the living room was hospital, under- ', :Aunt '
.... loosa Tuesday Hear that going eye treatment'. ., (dune
- -- present. placed a large vase of exquisite AMUO
9 Callstreeters were so thick on the Caldwell informs Jane's!
ONLY March me that she had *
Mrs. R. A. Green presented each pink carnations which lent further
lake they were actually tangling tho pleasure of
member with a miniature churchto charm to surroundings, and grace running into CrystaljWhite
hooks in each other's hair I Emmanuel Tillakos, DILL
High ConquestAnna ex-Callstreet- .
be used for the Circle Building ing the center of the dining room
Among those present were Doc er, while on her recent'visit to
Fund. Mrs. Sarah Lawson table was an artistic arrangementof
LOP, Gilbert Roland had chargo of the program which pink perfection: camelliasMrs. Herlong and party Monk an' ,New Orleans .: Small worM, /(Chip)-
Also "Sherman Said It" Thelma Dinkins and their visitors, isn't It? .
was based on "The Christian Duncan presented the honorees '
And News the Cutshaws from Tennessee -
Home". with prizes which were Pickles
ADDED ATTRACTION The meeting was closed with' handkerchiefs of unusual charm, The H. D. Mays from Hampton I' Sorry that Ruby Johns felt she l'5eSynip
,, Eolln Smith Alice Anderson
must from her
r 'J'J resign USO responsibilities
Mrs. S. awarded -
prayer by E. Sparks, after and high bridge prize was
and Frances Wadsworth To .
which a social hour was enjoyed to Mrs. E. L. Matthews and She's done a '
I with Ad- mention a few And out of all wonderful Job with those Friday 15c '
the hostesses, Mrs. J. D. Herbert Ritch. Mrs. A. Z.
Doyle, and Mrs. Frank Landrum. kins won bingo prize. I that bunch, no one thought to and Saturday night parties for the |
bring Carolyn a mess of speckled and
young folks I'm sure that
.... ._ ..
_._ _-- -_--_--_
--n perch Oh, woe Is me! Grace Osborne will do equally as
well If we just cooperate with FRIDAY & SATURDAY MARCH 5 6

Here Is An EASTER SPECIAL Nice to neo the AI Kay Carlisles her It's not a one-woman job I No. :2 Can

and B-ycar-old son, Jimmy, backin to stage those weekly events, so
A qlea's. YOUR NAME put on a large chocolate- town and this time for howsabout lending a. hand? .
UTSANDINGINTINTAINMN covered keeps! Seems they've been Overheard several of the younger Tomatoes 2 for 25<
cream out in the wilds of Idaho where group saying how they enjoyed ,
FREE. Price of Egg $1.00 Al has been attending forestry .the new shuffleboards In the USO Market Sweet

school at Farragut; College, but I building Seems they have two
Florida sand pulls stronger thana I new ones painted on the floors [PEAS %Zclpe( ;hwaiis

magnet so they're back again Just one more step toward realizing

and Al will be associated with our youth recreation goal S\vllfs Shortening
r his dad In the Bradford Hardware

Also pleased to have Al an' I So l long for now See you at !
i Vivian Dumlar of Russell Kansas the Chamber of Commerce ban 4 $1.2

visitln' around town last weekend quet next Thursday night .

.- They,have many friends! a- -Carolyn.R. "33" Heart's DelightBLEACH
long Call Street from Blanding

days when Al was stationed at, A. NETTLES Bartlett Pears

camp for two years and Vivian j SHOPIn 10c Qt. 39c
was quite active in USO!! work !

They're vacationing and will I ( former Zeke Dryden

visit Daytona, Miami and other Garage) I SUPER SUDS .. 33
o points before returning home .. .I I -
(Confidentially they'd like to
locate in Florida If something at- Lawn Furniture Dixie

tractive turns up) What were Plywood IkMlateads CrystalSUGAR Shaver'sBlackeye
Dressers' _. Bookcases Peas
we saying about Florida sand?

Night-Stands 5 Ibs. 40c lOc Can

z ji Quite a round of informal festi- If It's Made Out Of WoodI -

( vities last weekend honoring Make It! 3.OetagOnSoap25:: <

/ I + Hazel Spears of Cattletsburg. Ky.,

attractive guest of Jeannette Kln L

caid .. On Friday Lois Adklns Mellow
Wed. Thurs March 1011DQUBLE Bartlett Stalks
(Mrs. A. Z.) and Florence Brown Big

FEATURECROSSFIRE (Mrs. M. F.) treated a group to the fortuning Itch caused Pears ea. 5c I Celery IOc

\ the wonders of Silver Springs by Eczema pimples scale

/ And don't tql. anyone but Jean- cables, athletes foot, factoryItch Canadian No.1Potatoes
nette vows 'twas her first visit ,. and other Itch troublesare
Robt. Young, Robt. l\lItchum there! Wouldn't the Silver praising E. S. Skin Cream, '
Robt. Ryaa See our special-packed Easter Baskets filled with an Springs publicity director commit this proven' medication posi 10 Ibs. 45<

assortment of small and large eggs, some hocolate-: hara kill if he knew that! tively relieve that cruel burning
Death Valley coaled, at Itch. A trial Its
Saturday night a congenial eight- prove Fla. Green
59c to 1.98A some enjoyed Oriental Sandwiches merits.' Letters of praise and Crispy

ltobt. Lowery Helen Gilbert (specialty the house) at Whispering gratitude from many user CABBAGE21bs.5c I LETTUCElOc
Also Latest New large assortment of Easter Cards Grass Don't let Itching Interfere with
or Empty Pines as guests of :Madge ,
I Frl. Bat. March 12 13 Baskets, etc. Middlefon and Hazel Matthews your work, your sleep USE ea.

..t DOUBLE FEATURE Seems that Barbara Brea- E S. Skin Cream, sold alCanovaWaflcreen |Strt>akQ'aQ
.. beaUs was so taken with a piece and Koch,

.: : Her AdventurousNIGHT KOCHDrug of authentic Chinese tapestry that Drug Store 'WRITE BACONIto. 3<
i she purchased it right off the Manufactured by the E. S.Laboratorle .

wall! *. Inc.
Hampton Florida. Wll_'( Laurel '

:u i ; Dennis O'Keefe. Helen Walker 'Store' Hear t ex-CalUtreetcr- Jlnv ., Write for Esau ........... Sliced,BACON Fresh Creamery Cheese

ji my HolllngsworUi now of.Oaeidav Ai < 4 Cottage

Reliable Prescription Service at Moderate!' Prices |Country
; Men's Clothing

:.t fc. .. I With Tom Tyler Pharmacists Two Registered In Our Prescription and Graduated Department ::1' ALVAREZ' STORE Established 1894 I .SMQJCED SAUSAGE lb. 60CPAGE

.' i I... .t :Also '"Bea..talk Jack f pB

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Friends of Mrs. Harley F 190 pink and blue- check {
Efof LOCAL NEWS print, means that the farmer can have Clark, Starke Claradean '
Strong will bts Interested to learn now 5gc. Ronnle-DonnJo Store. good lumber for his needs eco Feb 21. girl, Eugene, Feb. 23.
that she Is in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Lawton
recuperating: Mrs. Titus Olson left Wednesday nomically, Mr. Stevens The
at the home of Miss GUIle for Olmsted, 111, where she charge is $20 states. Mr. and Mrs. James Harold Youngblood. Waldo, boy, Larry
New Mrs Shirley Pollet and children per thousand feet Eunice Lawtey, boy, Julius Wayne, Feb. 24.
G Ritch of Lowe following her recent ac- will enjoy a two weeks' visit with and 2000 must be In the !
'i., enjoyed a briefay of Starke spent the past two cident at her home here which resulted her mother Mrs. George Lilley. set-up fee will be charged Job or. a Dwight Feb. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Willis Davis, I

( with his mother, weeks in Citra as guests of her in a broken leg. Miss Loweis Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham The farmer is Mr. and Mrs. Jack Marlin Starke, girl, Carol Dianne Feb.

itch, when he stop- sister, Mra. Maurice Hall. superintendent of the Orthopedic had as guests Tuesday and Wed- unskilled labor required of three to furnish Brannen Lake Butler, boy, Steve 28.Mr.

Ito New London from Mrs. Donle Moore of Gaines- Ward In St. Luke's hospital. nesday Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mon- the mill is in menwhile Marlin, Feb. 24. and Mrs. Leonard Andrew

]'ere he had been cal- ville enjoyed visit last weekend Her home address is 502 Pearl teith of Eustis. Slab and sawdust all operation.remain Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ho well Johnson Jacksonville] girl Elaine,

s. with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp. Street. 1st Sgt. and Mrs. Norb Szymc- handily for the farmer's use, Mr. Harper Starke, boy, Ronald Feb. 28.I .

rs. Lester A; Hall Dr. and.Mrs. B. S. Carrol of Nylon Hose at STUMP'S.Mr. zak have had as guests for the Stevens explains. '6 ". ". .,., II I I ,

f Citra were recett/ Jacksonville spent last'weekend and Mrs. Earl De Villars of past three weeks her mother, Mrs. Under the plan of

ir. and Mr*.
S. T. Dell of Gainesvillewas weekend of Mr. Samborski. both of
:Mrs. and Mrs. E. J. Milwaukee his woodlot
vvhlch he wishes cut eq
jrs. Milton: -ang r,of I a weekend guest of Mr. and Dowling and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Wla. During their stay here, Mrs. into lumber, pulls them to
a convenient -
[attended tani'ral' "1'-1 Mrs.' Joe E. Wilson. Halle. Michalski! and Mils Samborski
place, and notifies Mr. i
n Dyal last '!led.ne'--I $3.88 Dresses now, '1.88 at Ron- Mrs. W. S. Wilder of Miami wasa visited Jacksonville, Gainesville, Stevens that the logs are ready.

I le-Donnie Store. weekend guest at the home of St. Augustine Silver Springs, and Under this method the farmercan

priced Haa.terchildren '"Mr.' and Mrs. T.:, J.jOrlffin have her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Daytona Beach. Improve his woodlot by 'se- 1000 PEOPLETO

r at spent the, past two weeks In Jack- ,and :Mrs. E. F. Miles.Popularpriced Special Sale on shower gifts, ]lective thinning" the trees h41
I sonville with Jhelr son-in-law and : Ladies' Eas- Ronnle-Donnle Store. wants Cllt.Recent.

?. Thomson and chiliticello -I daughter Dr. .and Mrs. C. C. ter Dresses at STUMP'S. Mrs Nelma Keen reiurned last

arrived Mon-: Mendoza, where, Mr. Griffin has Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp had asa week after being a guest for two Births

home, of Mrs. ,Thom- been 111, and under the, care of guest last weekend Mrs. Sapp'ft weeks of her son-in-law and VALUE $10.00

Mr. and Mrs. F.' F. the doctor. Mr. Griffin' friends sister, Mrs. W.
[sisters. Misses Evelyn will be glad to know that he Is Jacksonville.Mrs. McConnell and small son Tommy, Mr and Mrs. Cliff Kelly of

Stump' with whom much improved and la expected to L. A. Davis spent Wednesday in Montgomery, Ala. Maj. and Wildwood announce the birth ofa This advertisement is 'worth $10
to Starke this weekend. Mrs. McConnell plan soon to make
.joying: a week's visit.n return and Thursday of last weekin daughter, Rebecca Kay on Feb. to you on the purchase of ,
will arrive thisa Boys and Girls',Easter clothe, Jacksonville, where aha enjoyed their home In Charleston. S. C., 2ft In Waterman Memorial Hospital ANY GAS RANGE at the SLADE GAS'
following his honorable dischargefrom
brief visit before low price good quality. at Ronnie- visiting among friends.Mr. Eustis, 1>fr. and Mra. Kellyare ] I I CO.
fig his famllly home, Donnle Store. the Army sometime early
former residents of Brooker.
and Mrs J. C. Richter of this month.
|VV Moor Mrs. Lulars. Mr. and Mrs. Comer A. Longof Madison Ga., were visitors Satur- Just bring this ad with you

{ C. G. Barksdale Sanford and Bill Long of day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. Edmond lemy and Sonny COOI.IIH3K OASSETT..JR. and pick out the range you

lampton ]last Friday Gainesville were weekend guestsof W. G. Halle. ,were visiting Rev. and Mrs. Hugh Mr. and :Mrs Calvin CoolitlgeGatsctt want. You will be given a $10
ding the school mln- their mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. Walters in Lake City Monday.
the birth
announce of a CREDIT on RANGE desire.
Maiden Form and Gossard
i Miss Marjorie Davis of FSU In
Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman son Calvin Coolidge, Jr., on February
Brassieres at STUMP'S.Mr. We have a good stock to select
Tallahassee is spending this week-
2.98 at Ronnie-Donnie and Mr. and Mr*. L. A. Davis 2In Shadycrest' Hospital
afternoon in Palatka and Mrs. A. F. Sauls and end with her parents. Mr. and from.
spent Sunday Mrs. Gasaett Is the former Miss
a I. Powell had as re- where they visited the Ravine Mrs. Lois parse/; spent last week I Mrs. R. J. Davis and brotherinlaw Sarah Lillian Dekle of Lake Butter -, You may also use this ad as a
end in Tampa with Mr. Saul'a son and sister Mr. and Mrs.
G. Gardens.Col. .
Mr and Mrs. T. $10 CREDIT; on the purchase ofa
in-law and daughter :Mr. and Leonard F. Smith Jr.
Lulu, Mrs Harold Fordnd and ,Mrs. D. E. Knight MAYTAG DEEP FREEZE.
Mra. Robert'Tanner spent two days In Jacksonvillethis :Mrs. L. E. Pope. Ladies' Shoes for Easter, The Shadycrest Hospital announces

bby of Baldwin. week. :Mrs. K G. Duncan and daughter just arrived at STUMP'S.Mr. the following recent ALSO: We have Home nice space
Margaret Rose will spend : and Mrs. C. H. Walters, births
: Heaters" we are closing- out ata
Mrs. B. S. Martin and daughter .
this weekend with Mrs. Duncan'lslsterInaw.
Mr. and Mrs. Seebe-r Forsythe, saving to you up to 25 percent.
Nell, and granddaughter Ellen -
\erg Branch of Mrs. Emmalee Theis., Lake Butler, girl I Annette, Feb.
In Jacksonville all of Jacksonville, were visit-
13. This Offer Good Only During March
Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Tenly
R. J. Davis of the State Audit ing
INSURANCE Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W. Grlffls,
ing Dept., recently completed his Sunday.
audit of Bradford County and is Miss Mary Louise Durslilmer Starke, boy, Roger Dale, February

at present assigned to'making a spent the past weekend! with her 19.Mr. SLADE GAS COMPANY Inc.

general audit of Putnam Countyin aunt. Mrs. Margaret Durahlmer' and Mrs. Elie Conray Price ,

Palatka. in Brooksville. Starke, boy, Dart Conray, Feb.
C. WALL AGENCY Mrs. Effle Johns had as her Ladies Easter Hats at 21. Two noon From R. R. Truck on Call St. Phone 121

guests Sunday afternoon her sister STUMP'S. Mr. and Mrs. Freda Brady

PLEASE PHONE 146 :Mrs. :Mena McCrutchin and ..

Constant Service Over 50 Years '- nephew and niece, Mr. and :Mrs. I Heilbronn Ladies .

J. J. Gross all of Jacksonville.
Later in the afternoon Mrs. Johns Enjoy HomeDemonstration

and her guests drove to Lake WorkThe

City where they visited the former's Hear W. A. "Bill' Shands

L ASSIFIED son and daughter-in-law, Hellbronn Springs Home

Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Johns. Demonstration Club met at the

:Miss Fanny Surasky spent the school house on Tuesday, Feb. 17, ,

NEW REMINaTON weekend in Brooksville at the for an afternoon's work on crafts. The Business Man's
CAR wo have a new PORTABLE
auto radial Immediate typewriters Bradford County home of her parents.Mr. Including, the Interesting projectof
on. As low a. f 48.60. Telegrraph. tf and Mrs. David Kelly and etching lovely. designs on ,
Madison .treet. Starke. FRAMES MADE to order: Photographs son Berry were guests Tuesdayand glasses. CANDIDATEFor

tf Large selection Certificates of Licenses moulding etc.to _Wednesday of Mr. Kelly's Mrs. Robert Sapp and Mrs.

choose from. All work guaranteed daughter, Mrs Eunice Box in Mildred Sapp were enrolled as c3 s Mi
R FARM .CITY ANDS HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & GIFT Jacksonville.] new members. Miss Rosa Moore ?
of membership -
was elected chairman
FOR_ RENT Attractive, modern ,"""aueSaefl.e0e.fleu.aSaae..e. '. and Mrs. Muriel Norman GOVERNOR ;
furnl.h d-and nnftrroielted: apartments I :
-with all conveniences chairman of publicity; ,
ROUT SELLS RDALESTATIe Close In, desirable neighborhood Members present for this meeting
Rents very reasonable. r.. 201 W. VOTE FORD.
..* advertiser of eovnproperty. Madison Starke. tf were Miss Madge Whighanu
HM ssa4e over Mrs. Helen Sapp Mrs. Louise SPEAK IN STARKEt
.. of Home F.rm.- Been waiting to get a first line
electric refrigerator Crosby, Mrs. Luther Norman
Karen" from all .v.r thee or table-top
> open' ....1... hot water- heater We have them In H. SMITHCandidate H. D. Starling. Mrs. J. W. Up-
Block for1 Immediate. delivery. Callus Mrs.
OUT Felix
REALTY.AGENCY today church. Mrs Sapp

resented locally By1I0LLINGSWQRTD Foley" Lumber Company Iris Crosby, Mrs. .Mattie Ellis,
.tnthdt: Main ,!IIf.Via..rtJnrkBOHTlllp Miss Rosa Moore, Mrs. Lois Cox, 3 P. M.

16 So. Walnut St.MATTRESSES Phone a-MII 3t 3-12 Norman.Mrs J. C. Sapp, and Mrs. Muriel Friday, .

LOST Ladles mall yellow-srold ri1 Another meeting was held at
wrist watch & bracelet. In front r4'R4it ;
)P ALL KINDS Church of Clod parsonage on St the school Wednesday, March 3, FLORIDA HANK CORNER)
I Claire Ht., Jan. :27. Reward for at which time the members made
RENOVATEDFURNITURE finder on return, W. A. Smith
2tp 8-5 aluminum trays.Portable ,-
.C h

FOR eettla SALE sticks-Mimosa, and mint tree plants. Poln-; ii1 ;.Y Sawmill Your Vote For BILL SHANDS Will lie A Vote- FOR LESS

Mrs. John Uglo-w, 115 Lafayette
j{( St. Itp Offers Farmers POLITICS And MORE BUSINESS In State Government.'

STRAYED year-old-Two whiteface cows heifer and one; one 2- New Type Service. S s

-year-old white-face male calf;
one butt-head cow, brown color; Something new In the line of to-
fEVPHOLSTERED one dark blue cow, part Brahma ftt service to farmers Is be-
INK with long horn*. t5 reward each your-door
REFINISHED If penned and notify W. K. Cook. ing Introduced to this territory by w
)rop u. A Card Starke Fla. 2tp seta Alex H. Stevens of Lake City.

FINOS MATTRESS CO. WHAT HAVE YOU roc a woman He has recently received a 9, PC. Mahogany Dining Room SuitRegular
230 Palatka, Fla 40 years old to do7/ Can take partor franchise to operate a Jackson
whole week 4 or 8 hour per
day. Please state what you can "Lumber Harvester" In Union,
'CE-I writ all lines .-Mrs. Ruth Rossi l Ut. 1. and Putnam Counties .
lutomoblle. liability and Box 117, Starke, Fla. tip Bradford,. P 'MQe"'"' 't """'
f.e me for your Insurance and he now ha this portable N-O. w
hl IN. D. Wainwright Jr. 129 FOR RENT: Attractive 5-room and highly specialized 1'rlpe .p j
I St.. Phone 154. tf bath furnished apt. New Servel sawmill doing
refrigerator Manic Chef gas sawing service in the farmers'own
stove and heater. 201 W.
FOR SALE Madison tf For SHERIFFOf yards. 329.50 r. 299 .00a
The Lumber Harvester is a patented .
w 3-BKDROOM real.ence.Imlts FOR SALE One (large pressurecooker sawmill of welded l
portable '
of and one can sealer, good 7
Starke Just
com- Bradford
I Cheap for half pash. condition $20 Home used MmR County steel construction which can be -
MS A. Dewberry, Route 100. IS at 45
building the highway
'-t with concrete miles from Starke. Ito towed along I.O"t
.ale north at co of t.MNT .Bla.ndlnaCen- Promise.. Honesty and lice of miles an hour. It can be set up I t
and Concrete Block FOR utility SALE trailer-, good All-metal.tire $75 l-wh.,1 See Common Judgment In the affair beside a farmer's pile of logs in 1 Buffet 4Jp'I "r ,_: "'' Chair

h.at..t price In town. Paul Meng Box "45-A Hampton. of the Office, and earnestly 43 minutes and dismantled In 30 '
oons, half glass!, VV'xVV: Itp
a,.kll for your support minutes. It saws accurate lumber 1China1Large e 6-Slde
LiME, Cement, Glass Block, FOR SALE-Small house unfurn and Vote. at an average capacity of
ml. Concrete Pipe Stepping ished. 1':. A. Edwards, blfihway feet hour. Chain
lIou.e just north of Farmer Market 1000 per
Pleu. Mortar Mix
Indows. Ito (Pd. Pol. Adv.) Bringing the mill to the logs,

puck haulingPin dirt for DAHLIA BULBS (Florida Crimson) -- .... ., ---- thus saving expensive hauling, Extension Ti ,w ;X a-x -- ? 9 Pieces!
LOTS for sale Mrs. Ada Alexander, Table
In city limit. of -- - - - -
on high church & Jefferson Sts, Starke '
ground UOO up.
Fla. lip
a. no per mo. ...
any type of building con- 2 furnished I
FOR RENT- apartments -

SANK 2'Y'IlCn: $3'0 OalvanUed per yard Pipe.In private ,baths 140 ; mo.one; with one with elecrefrigerator Let Us Retain The I Never Before Such BARGAINS!

4 loaes..0Rn Ice box 135 mo. Utilities furnished
Well located. He' Jos' B. Wil
' E10I1EERIVO: : CO. son. H. C. Wall Agency. 2t 3-12 ., ,,,.0- .... ",_" ". .. ..16., '". '"
lee E*...rds ...... M II
FOR SALF.-Prn..ay gas stove 2- New look 2-Piece TAPESTRY EXTRA LARGE
'. burner unit, with oven. Good
\S"I-.o KACHIorEII condition. Phone 19 ltD
v.. that new automatic) or
Iyp. wa.hlne machln. that A-l STORE LOCATION for rent Living Room Suits Odora ClosetsRegular
Ve! b en "'aIUne'or, priced $50 per month.-Eo A-l48. It
trade.ln and allowance up. W.on give, your a BABY SITTER Will take care of OF YOUR CAR'SUPHOLSTERY Regular Price 109.50 Price 17.93;
-h.r. Call us today. children by, day or hour at your
icy I.._b.. OtMDstsWjlVkt home White; high school grad
: sidle uate. Reasonable rates. Call
Pbo.e. ,.. 3-0443.. Fl.. Starke 85. FOR YEARS, NOW 79.50 NOW 10.95

St 1-12 FOR SALE-Lar..e, green soft-type
sugar cane seed See M. L. Johns. Hardwood Frame Hood Frame Tan Finish.
a comP ete line of re- Now River. Itp Double Door
I Construction Large
Part. 1 Strong Spring
. Pfluger Shakea- Durable New Sun-Fast Plastic
. :llren.enn and Ocean City FOR RENT Nice *-room .garageapt. Idrwl For Storing Youn
Alao repair rode and and large bathroom Clean TRADE
- Darby convenient Price )Fibres And Leathers ClothingIT'S
Br. It pleasant includes all and "tlUtles. See Mrs' Your Old Suit In NOW

"KIER PUPPIES for sale E. M. Davis,Oor. l nth .* Temple .
e S1'.0' J-aVm.'VuSf'o'rV 8t... or write Box: 468. Starke. Itp

ttp t-15 SPACE locationRent? right. rjnt.nond Po.: SEE A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

.'D-a.I..... _.' ....._P Cwale. Z.a4t. Starke. UpDrasMcallr

..-.- _- .. ....w.atsft. .. .. .RADIO! CHAS[ C. SHEPHERDCOURT : Denmark Furniture Co.PHONE
II.Wrtt", Reba-- "...11_ reduced Tab I. and .
J. ......_..111.. F).. console models. trade-Ins accepted.s ,

It UR r.before'." ...you_.!.."uY.. ('.-...,. AND MADISON STREETS 151 STARKE FLA.BRADI"ORD .
<1 r On IMf Male !? i
P'rl.\ 1I..r. I. Owner r...
,.. unable 3.-1. -
tntereated. phone 4*. P.... -
It S-1S -
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Mr. and Mrs. Harrlee Shaw. one is proud of their work. STATE 'OF
ernoon, Feb. 25. Mrs. Nelle unique "baby show" On display I i r. Hut.on FLoRIDA:
Ovid Lewis of
Beavers Joined the club membersat were babyhood or early girlhood Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Hazen and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Carroll "ft e deg TI II
State Farm the tea hour when a salad pictures of those present. Respective BrookerBy children of Ocala were weekend Tallahassee spent the weekend Providence jj. I. Warrt', IMarch

course was served. Mrs. L. F. awards in these classes Helen Barry 'guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mann with Mrs. Annie Lewis. 29 are, 1D By Mrs. Bryan Whltfleli' won high prize and Mrs. went to Mrs. W. N. North and to Hazen. Carl Adkins, who has been in Court and cause, ab uv,
Chapman I the Alachua County Hospital, was eoka divorce. > ..
J. c. Wallace won second high in Mrs. M. R. Holmes. Visitor attending The RA's and the OA's held Telegraph .hall Itadrut3Dk
MEETINGMrs. bridge, each receiving a acarf. In 'were Mrs. J. R. Kite, Mrs. PTA ENJOYS their regular meeting Monday able to return home last' week. In neat tour Weekly ubU.h b.u.tbt.l t
BRIDGE CLUB bingo Mrs. M. E. Griner won talcum R. P. Stubblna and Mrs :J. M.Hembree. HEALTH PROGRAMThe I night at the Brooker Baptist Mrs. Lottie Edwards is doing seal Wltnees at my hand and
H. M. Rlcharde's arrange- powder. The hostess. waa of Starke, Mrs. Williams Brooker PTA held its reg- Church and practiced a program fine after a serious operation. She ary 20. 1948.OFFICIAL StlLrke. Florida, thl'''''

ments of Spring flowers .were of assisted In hospitalities by Mrs. of Wewahltchka guest of ular monthly meeting Thursday i for Wednesday night. March 3. was expected to return home. A.( Clerk ot SEAL) A. J. '
outstanding beauty when she entertained A. M. Rlcbarde. Mrs. Hembree, and Miss Mary Jo night, Feb. 27, in the school cafe Mrs. Clara Smith and daughter, Tuesday. Rv. A: Anderaun said Court
I Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and G..n.
Springs Fla. .
t. the State Farm Bridge Caldwell teria. Girls and boys of Mrs.Andrews' rAttys.
COMMUNITY CLUB LUNCHEON Margarette, and granddaughter children were guests of Mr.: and, for Pif _
7th and 8th {
Club at her home Wednesday, altArthritis children grades en- Binnle, returned to their home in J7 IIC'OLD
and .
G. C. Richardson
; Last week's meeting of the com- tertained with a short health program [MI'>I. Winfred Hazen in Gainesville
Batavia and Frederick of Miami Sunday after a short visit
in the form ofa and interesting were Sunday.
Club reports
munity was '
Crescent City spent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Barry i
Pain seated luncheon Tuesday at with Mr. uid Mrs. L. A. Shep- given on) some of our most com- and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry. IX CIRCUIT CaS'H!'. BRADFORD
high noon. Specimen ut.ers'and I 4-H MEDICINE IS
omfertlnf h.U> for herd. and Mrs. Young were The 4-H Club girls put up .. .. .......
for quick fellfbtfully outstanding among pres- Jack Truman/ Hution, Plaintiff vs. CM t W c 4 ( Cold /01,,,....
were .
gladioli '
sobs.! mvd pao .f lUMinmJfkRi..9lV.ur&rt.try ArthtltU.' In the Following an extended visit ent again and brought another posters and exhibited their first Theda I*, HuUon, tDefendant. Case ...Is..M-ab. ,L4 CM Inp.na,,...
n.unti.lmotb.eoaei.tlo. the flowers used decorating '
........Work throuih UM blood.FIn era the Interim between ,with Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North, motion picture showing the dif clothing demonstration'at the Big No. 63(3 OF PUBLICATION LIQUID
uurnUf curt* Ut I tln( pUa o you club room. Mrs. Nelle Beavers returned to Store in Brooker Saturday. Every- 666 COLD ialeAlA''
: : i ferent kinds of how : NOTICE!: TO APPEAR
mosquitoes AND
comfortably.O ....
work.tn)'r III Mid 1M* nor the delicious luncheon and Cava u. ,..?.
Remind M drug|... today. Quit*. I her home in TaUasee, Ala., Thursday to Identify them, diseases causedby .
r .....MtUfMtloa. or moor back siwrantMd.Fromwhcre. the business meeting there was a of last week. .
I each, and methods of control.
""'pMoI. ',Rev. S. W. Creasy of Starke We are very thankful to Mr. -MORE.
'was the dinner guest of Mr. and and Mrs. for their time :
..... ,..--r-. .
J Whltfield of
Mrs. Bryan Thursday and effort in presenting these
; .I sit:;J y.Joe.Ma: rsh. last week. educational and entertainingfilms. :
I Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiggins and They have added much to LOW Fish Poultry y Mean
daughter, Marie, 'former Farm our sometimes dull and uneventful -
residents, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill meetings.A .
How to Put Up withWomen's Brown, all of Jacksonville were committee was appointed to PRICES '
Sunday visitors of Mr and Mrs. Swift's) Select,AA Grade
write the by-laws of our local organization
r Styles H. M. Richard and of Mr. and' which will be presented Sirloin STEAK, lb. 79t|
Mrs. Bryan Whitfield. to the State Congress of Parents -
r-E.'" Mr. and Mrs. :J. L. Williamshad and Teachers for approval.
(1.1- .WhenW111Dudley's mlisui finally Perhaps! the way somebody dresses aa their guests last weekend We are working and looking for- O'clock Coffee lb. 40c
gave in to the new-style longer isn't always to our taste-Just as Mr.' and Mrs. W. O. Harrell and ward to becoming members of the Brisket or

skirts, Will was mighty critical at Will's glass of beer may be another children, Michael and Joe, of state group in the near future. 12 O/ Can RIB BEEF, lb. 31cl
first. Allowed as how women werea person's cider. Richmond, Ind.
stave to fashion...ought to dress But from where I sit, those little Mrs. :J. 0. Caldwell and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Allen and I Armour Corn Beef 47c
to please their husbands and not differences aren't important-unless ters, Peggy and Frances, visitedMr. son of Jacksonville visited Mr. and Hamburger; lb. 39c;
and Mrs. Tom Mack in Win Mrs. R. G. Allen last week.
style designers.Sue out of our to make
we go way 14 oz. Glass
ter Garden from Friday until Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Harrell
Pork CHOPS lb. .
them by being hypercritical. .49 |
finally reminded Will of his BO 4
visitors Gainesville Sat- '
Sunday. During their stay they
habit of sitting by the radio Sat. As Will says now: "Well, anyway. Ann Page Ketchup 21c
attended the Interesting Central urday. -
Pork LIVER lb. .
hide'a multitudeof .
those skirts
urday afternoons in shirt ..Ieovea'and long Florida Exposition in Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDavid and 35c
1 old slippers, listening to the ihins"...and lets it goat, that I Miss Melba Stringfellow wentto children of Gainesville were Sun- !
portcasts with mellow glass of Jacksonville last Thursday to day guests of Mrs. Truman Dyal. Ann PageWhite Shoulder LAMB, lb. -37c

'beer.I Suggested that maybe Will visit Mr. and Mrs. George Man- Miss Louise Kelly left Tuesdayfor
was a slave to comfort: 8Ce./.l.l M(1I St. Petersburg where she will Vinegar, 1 qt. ,- 15c Leg of LAMB, lb. .. 63cl

And Will admitted she wa. right. assa.Sunday visitors of Mr. and spend a while. Bulk "
t Mrs. H. M. Richarde and Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs. O. Cowart of Diamond
M. Richarde were Mrs. Annie R. Starke were guests of Mr. and Sauerkraut Ib. .
{ Mta! United States Bremen Foundation -
.' Norman, Mrs S. S. Averltt and Mrs. James Padgett Sunday. Safety f Matches 9c
Mr. and Mrs. John Ewouda, all Billy Martin, son of Mr.' and Kosher .

of Jacksonville.' Mrs Henry Martin, was visiting Dill Pickles 2 for' 5c
R. H. Cox went to Orlando Fri- his grandparents, Mr. and Mra. Ann Page 8 Ox Pkg.Macaroni -

day to visit Mr. and Mrs. O. L. E. C. Clark, in Starke Sunday.N. Any Btuuid
Cox. :Mrs. R. H. Cox, 'who had O. Hayes, Jr., took his 3 for '- 25c
been with Mr. and Mrs. Cox, Jr., Brahma calf to Ocala Tuesday to Fish Fillets, lb. 43cl

for a ,week, returned home with, be sold in the FFA Rale.] LJbbj's No. 2 Can Half or WholeHAMS
Mr. Cox: Sunday. They were' Miss Marie Edwards of Jacksonville -

overnight guests of Mrs. Verena spent the weekend with Corn Beef Hash 29c lb.. 53c
Cox in Mdnteveide Saturday Mrs Lottie Edwards.

Mr. and Mrs. J. A..Bouvier left Miss Madeline Green of Jack- Headless Whiting, lb. 19c|
Tuesday! of last week to visit sonville was the weekend guest of Rajah 4 Oz.

their eons and their families in her parents, Mr. and.. Mrs. Dave

/ a Miami. Enrl>ute they were over- Green. t Shredded Coconut 19c SAUSAGE lb. 59cl
night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mr. and Mrs., Harry Eddie'and -
y- (Is retainedby McRae In Mclntosh. son of Louise were Sunday guestsof
Visitors of Mr. an'd Mrs. M. R. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Harrell Nablsc'o
251bs. ).70 WALDORF
Holmes! during the past week and family. :
modern were Mrs. II. W. Rose and Mrs. Mrs. Docia Shaw of Gainesville Bright 'Sail BLEACH < RITZ .Crax, -30c|
I J. Aol Cole, 2nd and young Jim- Is spending a few days this week TISSUE.
+ methods mIe, 3rd. of .Orlando.. Mr. Cole with Mr. and Mrs. Harrlee Shaw. One-Half Gal. -. 20c Large !* .
: f ,- accompanied Ms family and made ,Mr, and Mi..:s C. C;:Deea and ;
1 ., brief visits when going to and I children of Alachua were Sunday Ann Page Grape JAM 3 21c VaniUa'Wafew 30c|

Good clothes deserve the finest dry coming from South Carolina. ,dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. O 2 Ibs. .. ., -39c ... ... .,tf' ,
cleaning care; less expensive clothes Mr. and Mrs. Milo Seigler cMontlcello )f W. Barry .
demand it. Clothing left to our expert : spent last weekend Mrs. Resale! Carlton and daughter WHITE HOUSE MILK English Assorted
-, with Mr. and Mrs. Whit were weekend guests of Mr. CRAX 49e|
Bryan -' Ige. -
i care always gets the kind of dry and Mrs. Mike Tilghman in 3 Tall Cans 39c
C cleaning that revitalizes fabrics field.When Gainesville. Kitchen Charm
Miss Mary Jo Caldwell
accentuates colors-and makes them Bruit Moore of Colorado RICE SUPREME I
returned to New Orleans, La.,-last spent Hershey's SYRUP
smell fresh. look fresh, wear fresh, Friday she went by motor with a few days with Mr. and Mrs. 3 Ibs. -, 45c, Wax Paper
and stay fresh longer. Preserve and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rahn and Noon Mott last week. ... No. 10 Can 1.05|

protect your .smart wearables.. Bring their daughter, Myrna Lue, of: Mr. and Mrs. Ezeal James of IONA PEAS No. 2 Can 125 Feet

them i in today., Raiford who visited Rev. and Mrs. Gainesville were Sunday guests of 2 for . 23c
William Wilson and enjoyed sight 21c Southern Leaders

seeing in this interesting city NUTLEY Margarine Tomatoes No. 2 can,
PHONE 135u' They were accompanied by Misses PILESand ,
RO T. Temple Lila Rae and June Caldwell wh( Ib.--------' 35c 2 for .21c]
visited their sister and had among Other

GREEN, 315 other treats, the privilege of attending Rectal Ailments Durkee's Colored: Giant SizeSuper
t Grand DEXO Shortening !
Opera. Varicose Veins OLEO 1-4 lb. Sticks

,Owner Ave. Leo Ulcers: 53c lb. 3 Ib 1.13N' ]
e. e e e, e. -Suds *. _

Suoa.uf/un, Treated .
Pine LevelBy 1
STARKE, FLA. Without SurgeryHospitallxation 1 Ib. 4 Oz. ,

Mrs. II. M. )McRae 99c B1SQUICK 25c|

II .. .. .. or Loss of Time t .

We had a great day at the Pine from Work

erI' Level Baptist Church lat Sunday/, Conmll AND) VEtGEtABLES O Laying Mash 100 5.49
being privileged to have Dr. D, f lbs.
a LUMBERMEN T B. Clapp of Knoxville, Tenn., with DR. C. R. McKINNEY Incsnp _, .

,+ ESTATE OWNERS f us at the morning and evening 1432 Pearl St. Ph. C6269lackson'lIIe. APPLES, 3 Ibs. 33c
e service. Florida 1 1'43
c ,, ,
Mrs. A.' R. Mitchell of Macon., U r -
DEALERSPULPWOOD Write for FREE Descriptive
; Ga... arrived last week for a visit Booklet Green ..".
,i $ 'OPERATORS V ."
brother-in-law and sister
+ tts. Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall. Cabbage, 4 lbs. lOc Scratch Feed 100llM. 5.49
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis Mrs .
w W. C. Conner and Miss France I' I II.

Crosby were among, those attending Fancel 25Ib
the Fellowship Meeting at DEEDYfr' 3 stalks' Scratch t Feed 1 *. 1J
1 iINIIIIH.4 Celery 15c
y+'r 4 Beaver Street Baptist Church in ,

Jacksonville last week. .. '
I -,
We are glad tq report that'little! \ .G.rowing.Masbl' 1.39
1 Bobby Browning Is able'to be Texas -

home again after a tonsil opera' Carrots 3 bun. 25c
j '
tlon in '
,ONI MAN CAN PILL AND CUTUP TO 12 CORDS DAILY Shadycrest Hospital.The t\ Horse 100 5J5
surprise birthday celebra- III' r II ,
: tlon- given in honor of B. M. Mc- .
: POWERSAW Large HeadsCauliflower
: CUT-ICWICK Rae at'the home of Mr. and Mrs. 20 Percent

J, W McRae was. enjoyed, by all 29c
[-i : 100
present. 5.15
This used 'fell tImber-then Dairy Feed
one man portable sow It to' witha Allen Hall of Jacksonville was I' k I Ibs.

simple adjustment,the blade Is turned to cut up fallen visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc- ''
logs. Easy and economical ta operate! Increases production) Rae Monday. DO YOU Grapefruit, 6 for 23cIceberg OXYDOL s' SOAP

Ideal 'for clearing weeds and underbrush. Used Recent 'visitors of Mr. and Mrs. I 1.6 ,
Jack' Goodge were Mr. and Mrs. OWN PROPERTY? Large 36c -J 1 1&
where for poles, fence posts, firewood, stumps, etc. f Bruce Warren of Dukes Station 2 Heads Large =
?Q'U't4H 't'etM4J 1tCM4 e/ We Desks of and Starke.Mr. and Mrs.- A. L. Ooodge If so, you need Windstorm LETTUCE .- 19c SUPER SUDS Ivory SOAP

?' K.IlWICK! TOOL CORPORATION Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Batten of .. Large- 36c Large 1 1&ralencla
Insurance. Cost is low. We'll
Theressa were recent guests of)
'IIONI L... 2a 1.w7 NIWCASTll ST. BRUNSWICK, O A. their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. furnish estimate.' DREFT Lux SOAP

COMPLETE STOCK.of PARTS, SAWS & ENGINES and .Mrs.and A.Mrs.J. Robert Fender.Mr. Taylor. and ORANGES, doz. ,.' 25c Large' 32c 2 for c

CAPABLE AND EFFICIENT daughter, Charlene, of Lake '
City Charley E. Johns
( are
? spending this week.with Mra Kiln Dried Octagon

Wallace Equipment Inc. Taylor's parents, Mr.. and :Mrs. H. Agency Large 36c 9c
.' M..McRae. 3 Ibs. 29c .. : _r Large. -
Mr. and Mrs. B. !boss 14 8TAOKE, KLA.
1 "DISTRIBUTORFoot M. Myrick of .
tr-r JJ.
Waldo J
attended church 'here sunday : 1
j ,, ofV&t Adanxs 'St. Phone 43691 and were dinner guesU"df Keg.1xN: .
J JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA hr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick. .000eci And Operated Attan"I': *
The farmers in, our community Ibs. 45c By, The Great
pt ire getting ready to plant their nrmttMnt.. THE TRAVU& I8" Hertfn Pacific Tea Co
t 66 I II .. 6'6 J" :ropa.and will soon be gathering I 800-308 Eat Call St. stark. f '

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.11RCll, .. 1848 .
HEAR I Baptist ChurchFor Methodist ChurchTopic At The TabernacleParkofthe Jitney Jungle organization, will be In the store
during the two-day event manager
hunch The Baptist Hour the month of March the of the Sunday morning Palms! leaders and Offers Cash PrizesAt of floor sales.

Pastor of the First Baptist sermon at 11 o'clock in the First guests have contributed much the Store SaturdayCrisp Everyone who goes through the
Church of Starke will bring a
Methodist Church will be "The past week to the Tabernacle ser i
Les Sunday series of :Messages "March Mes- $5 bills will be awarded to checking stand this Friday and
Four Essentials to Living Bread, vices, in messages and songs and
of the for the
r sages from the Miracles five lucky customers of the Jitney Saturday may register
eVi Church I Master". This Sunday morningat Water Light, and Salt." The Rev. were cordially welcomed by the Jungle store this Saturday as a five cash prizes and the drawingof

[eilbronn 11 o'clock Rev. Halnes' sermon W J. Churchwell, pastor, describesIt group. climax to a special two-day sales names will take place at 4:00:
topic will be "Ten Minus as a timely message for this The regular service Tuesday o'clock Saturday afternoon. The
of the Hell- Nine Equals-?". At the Sunday event conducted by Conner Bros.at
ontregatlon! will hoW ': hour. Everyone is Invited to par- night: .was In the nature of a customer' whose name Is drawn
Church # evening hour the Pastor's mes- their popular new grocery on
services In the newg sage will be "Let the Floods take off the Sacrament of trfe Temperance meeting. Rev. Tyce,, West Call St. must be present to win and draw-

'rat next sunday March: 7. Come". Mrs. Morse and Mrs. Lord's Supper at this hour, Com- representing the Florida Temperance Added attractions In the form of ing will continue until! $5 bills

'cei the ray will beginiTday Mann will again compose the munion will be administered at the League, of St. Petersburg,, demonstrations, of 11-known have been given away Saturdayto
School at 10 a. m. piano-organ: team to lead In playIng evening service also, and the ser- was the speaker and presented an food manufacturers will also be five who are In 'the
horning Worship 11 your selected request hymns mon subject will be "Not by Interesting and helpful Flannel- featured. W. J. Dodd. Jr.. district '' "
d by Rev. O. Eo,' CUtahaw.n and choruses. This Happy Hour might, nor by power but by my Board lecture, which should be manager of the Jitney Jungle more at the time

by will be served at the at 7:30 Is the Informal worship Spirit, aaith the Lord of Hour', widely heard. ....

our, and the ordination of' service belonging to the Lord. Zach. 4:6.Wednesday: The'young people are preparinga FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE
will take place''at '3 Sunday School meets at 9:45: to night at 7:30 o'clockthe program of Easter music and .
3'In the afternoon.oUgh study the "Personal Witness of group will take up the third readings to.be presented at the "In The Heart of Town And In The Heart
buildnot the ChrlstlanV. All Training UnIons Youth Meeting the Saturday right
the new chapter of the book. "Methodist: of The People'
yet completed, the con- for youth and adults meet Centenniel In China". W. H. Noll- before Easter. This will be conducted -

,ion moved in so that ma- at.6:15.: training in church mem- man and Mrs. E. K. Perry man entirely by the Youth and A Southern Baptist Church For All People
the old building may bership. A friendly welcome a- have given very Interesting will be given as a regular church

'aged from and used to. |elp com- waits those who visit the church studies of the first two chapters, service. Special music will be 1
|the new structure. with' the visiting Pastor. and Mrs. W. O. Halle will have presented at both aster Sunday Sunday School 9s 15: Training Union 6ilS

HeJlbronn congregation Monday at 7:30: the picture the third chapter. "Everyone : services. Morning Worship Evening: Happy Hour
e in Inviting theto "The blind Beggar of Jerusalem"will come. We are taking the book Aft event of much Interest -to. 11:00 7 ISO
pleasure and worship withon be shown at the church, also for credit," the pastor announces the Tabernacle group Is the coming .
: come sunday selected subjects of Florida and Bible Story Hour each Tuesday. on March 12, of Mr. Kunz,
this Latin America, In color and sessions at of the Pocket Testament League, March Messages From Miracles of the Master
Two :
be held younger group
gular services will Atlanta, Feb> 28 "The Things will also who will have the service on thai "Ten Minim Nine Kqualu-!"
March 7 In,the sound. This program 2:30; the older group at 3:30.: A Sun. II A. M.
Sunday after That Are Caesar's"' is the subjectof at Cor- night.Dr.. Flood Come"'
S. L. Watson be''shown Tuesday night very interesting study Sun. 7:901. M. "Let The
ullding Rev. the the Baptist'Hour for March 7, inth Baptist Church.PENTECOSTAL John McNelll, of Washington.
la pastor of lmE AT CHURCH
sonvllle March ,
with Dr. Duke K. McCall, of D. C. will return' on
h. HOLINESS 16 and remain through the 26th "Illlnd Beggar of Jerusalem"
Nashville, Tenn., as speaker.:Heard Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic -
CHURCH Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone He is always accorded a warn
) livterian Church over Station WJAX at 8:30 A. M. 10th St. and Temple Ave. welcome. welcome by his friends at th< "VI.lt The Church With The Visiting Vaator"
Kaufman, Minister the Baptist Hour series, "Divine -Rev. L. J. Price. Pastor Tabernacle.,
Warren Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn- .. --..-..
Light For Dally Living considers -- ..
nlng Worship and Sermon, the broader areas of Christian

Sunday at 11:00 A. M.: Be- citizenship' during_ March. 'MMrr I
,,2 a short series of sermonse
life of Jesus Mr. Kauf- Dr McGill Is Executive. Secre-

will l speak this Sunday on tary of the Executive Committeeof ,.
Years of Obscurity". Visitors the Southern Baptist Conven- WHY
Iways welcome guests. tion, Nashville, and will be heard

School at 9:45.: There each Sunday In March. His other I
subjects will be: "Your Church THE RED CROSS
lasses for each age group. e
dult Class, taught by C. M.y and the Public School" on March i 1 # ,
is showing a.lively Internd -,14; "Equal! '- Under God" on NEEDS YOUR HELP "4 t
and '.'The First pay of
a healthy growth each.(,March 21;
the Week" on March 29, the last
ay.Jtstmlnster. Fellowship 6:00 program of the current series IN 1948

The Leader this week Ison The Poll of favorite hymns
i McRae who will also serve reaches Its climax in March, when
itess. All young people In- the fourth, third, second and first Report on 1947:
aided 161
thee "HIST The Red Cross
favorites will be featured have on been suc- Miracles of mercy which never could 1 REMEMBER Red Crom saved THE HOODS counties live In CO by different helping to flood evacuate, 2 REMEMBER ticnm at fire THE In forest, hotels, tenement, home. It;
ceeding Sundays.. half million without dollars affected families by *helt ring, feeding, clothing, providing or pent! 1,260,000 in one fire alone to eaee the suffering,restore -
chosen among six and.a be done your for thousand .' health through hospital and medical c"'id.t .
Southern Baptists and other medical care and borne.).. famlllo5 */ ,
ahelter, revive hope for the IIf. I irl
ARPENTER'S Interested,listeners. of stricken people

I St. Mark's, EpiscopalSunday n \
tyt a .
fChurch t u
School 10:00: ,t 1 r
Holy Communion '11:00: .. 1
( *" yt
Thursday-; I ,
Holy Communion 7:30: ,
Friday s'i
Lenten Services 7:30: r
Bishop Juhan will be here for i
Confirmation April llth. %1C

Rev. S...W Creasey. :

Proves FAST RELIEF for a .


PHARMACIST II t... ....'.. HAD PROBLEMS. The birth of a baby VETERANS NEEDED CARE"In Veteran Administration
...na MewissI REMEMBER THE HURRICANE Filty- ve wind storms 4 in the family help needed to pay bills2,029,007 offices, the Red Cro**served 1.O9S.B32 ce involving
3 millions of Red Cross dollars all outright death claims, dependent, personal problem Over
Phone 64 STARKE weds N- required many for veteran and their dependent were
JUST n* rtfrtthtag. tdilns: w u"fuulto afflicted families for the restoring of home, canoe information 12,000 Had Crows Impital volunteer cheered veteran
funnily, gifts to last For counsel
\ Cron
rtn-the-Mlntt Service ib nit MM.to.MM..CM. .<..>...p lo-UMln!. a.... U.* .rtIM.NlUaAoaALM torn furnishing, clothing' even the disaster.meana of livelihood for ..' handled,financial by the Red aid,the Red Cross year.advanced JO.441,983. .. with entertainment companionship, instruction.
....Iei.| sniKulu.schH wxl paint. individual made destitute by : :\
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Limits Cross volunteer. THE SICK WERE CARED FOR. Red Cross instruction
Starke City Red
Anywhere NEEDY 8
Hauling Nune's Aides-all THE lick mother and and family
HOSPITALS NEEDED HELP. 12,900 7 2,480,600 garments, 84,600 layettes, and in care of the baby care
6 volunteers-lightened nurses' work in civilian hospitals produced of surgical dressings.The articles were grate health brought vital protection to counties home in
health agencies and Red Cross blood quantities institutions many communities. Over 2 million home nursing certificate
,clinics, public used in disaster areas, in
Red Cross Motor Service too made fully have now been insued by the lied Cro a. ,
donor centers. in civilian, military and naval hospital
"Why Not Enjoy The Best? 668,000 calls, carrying convalescents, disaster worker. ,

siMg near you, someone dear to

SOMEONE perhaps, you yourself .
will benefit in 1948 from the humanitarian

Cooking Heating Refrigeration services of your American Red Cross. ,

FOR SERVICE CALLE. There is no nobler aim of mankind than

T. Shiill Plumbing, &: Heating
LOCAL AGENT PHONE 144 this the never-ending task of solacing,

healing, helping those in need. I

Central Florida Gas & Applicance Co.
There is no investment that pays you
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back so many times over. as your contribution

\ the 1948 Red Cross Fund.
BLOOD SAVED UVES.Your Red Cross brought the to
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9 Cross emergency care, seducing to this be proud and
BASH r DOORS-: PAINT HARDWARE have been trained in Red our new Red Crass program i* on tile way-eventually Again year.
immeasurably the instruction terrible toll in. swimming of accident and on lifesaving make blood and its derivative available to all withoutDuet grateful. to give what you can.
highway. Red Cross for the product.
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AU who heard the April 5, UU, In the above named tine, Fla.Atty. Telegraph
Green five message en-
Everett E. : daughters 3-15 ft 3-26
For Sibley Tells OfQualifications Court and CI1USO wherein plaintiff for I'lf. In next tour
Rites Tuesday uenkbli
I Ii
joyed It, then the .church rendered and
Mrs Lorraine Bitch, Miss Mary seeks divorce custody and con- Witness i I".,
Mrs. Pearlie Green an excellent program The: trot of minor children. Bradfor,1C'ounty ('II' (151(8 IT (';;;;;1'. Int.'UFOIIU seat at /Itark., 111) San,, ry t.ttl.
Ellen Green, and Mrs. Lucille ., .. Telegraph shall publish this. ('01 "" 1" ', FLOIUtJ, IN ClI.tN.: 3. 1948. x J
Nebo two selec .11
Quartette '
sang Order In next four weekly issues.Witness (
('Hitt.Fred OFFICIAL
:\In.! Pearlle Green, 67, died at Copenhaver, all of Starke, Mrs. r are :: lions which were fine my hand and otfl..lal seal ,V. Harms. Plaintiff, vs AllII'U"ta. 81'.11.: '-
of Graham and at larke, "Florida this March 3. Defendant Case No T. Frank i ndrutrtrk .la
her home near Starke Sunday neba Starling The Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, 1948. harms, Atty. for I'lt eiuyELECT,
afternoon. Sho waif a native ot Airs Pauline Yeomans ot Lake- Rev C. A. Crum pastor, met with (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. 8388 ORDER OF PUBLICATION I.

Baker County and had Jived here land: and one son, Clarence Rho- us again and Is In line with the T. Frank. 1.andrum A" Clerk, Stark'of said, FIt Court. AND NOTICE TO APPJiJAH
fur the past 39 years.4F Congress again now Atty for I'lt. 3-6 4t 8.26IV STATE OF 'LOltIDA to: Mrs
den, Starke: five sisters, Miss Augusta Harms whose
Survivors Include her husband, \1)10'0111) and address .is: 1104 Anne.lIe Road,
The new Congress will be held rllU"-I'r ('O'ItT. Jilt
Annie Sweat, Mills Ida Sweat, FLOIl1U.t. IN l'H.tNCEII Anneslle, Baltimore Maryland.
r at the New Bethel Baptist Church, ". You are required to appear on
Mills Famle Johns, and Mrs. Sally 'o"" Rev. A. Vinson pastor Virginia 801..11 Mahon Plaintiff vs April 6. 1948, In the above named
AUTOMOBILE Anthony, all of Starke, and Mrs. Robert Edward Ma.hon, Vefendant. Court. and cause, wherein plaintiff
I b4 The service was good at Bethel Case No. 6387ORDER seeks divorce. Bradford County
t LIABILITY INSURANCE Cora Marlowe of Bay Pines: 'a all day. Rev. G. G. McArthur OF PUBLICATION i

f 8, Although not C'ompuillolty It Is. brother, A. W. Sweat of Jacksonville delivered the morning message STATE AND NOTICE 0. FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Hubert

? much eater to carry liabilityinsurance. and a half brother, hardy which was a masterpiece Edward .Mahon, whose residence la VOTE ( X, )
( I rl'preM'nt only 0141 unknown.You
Sweat of,Plant City. a.J.E. NEWS are required to appear on
line, rt.llable stock .umpanlea. April 11th, 1948. In the above narnled AND ELECT
Your business ..III be appreciated. Funeral services were held at 2 Well, folks, ;'ll tell you a little Court and cause wherein plaintirf -
f- bit about our school I've made seeks divorce. iradford County
o'clock Tuesday afternoon at thegraveslle Telegraph shall publl..h. thlll Order GENE LONGHit /b
a few villlts there and each timer Iin next tour weekly issues.WYtnees .
ID W. Call Street In Conner Cemetery have found each Instructor I my hand and official

Opposite Bradford ('0. Telegraph with Rev. Herman Moody, of the working hard with the IItudents.I 3rd seal, at 1948.OFFICIAL t-Itarke. Florida, this March
'hono 164 Primitive Baptist Church, oUlclat-! The students are progressing wonderfully ( SIU...) A. said 0 01.....
Clerk ot Court.
N. 1). Wainwright, Jr. Ing. Arrangements were In charge e:. I under the direction of John ,r, Henderson All JS'l.! St Augustine -
iI ot Key-McCabe Funeral Home the faculty, even though some Flit.Atty. r
8-11 4t 3.26Iv
for Plt
time ago we had tire disasters.
Pictured above Is Walter S. SIb- ,Nevertheless, the ball is mill rol- C'lnrlTr (-'Or1IT. (1I1'DFOIlO

FOR SALE ley of Starke and Theressa who ling. ('o/1'v.' FI.ORIU. I" ('II.'N-
last week announced as a candidate' CRRY.
.atII Mary M..rkey. William, Plaintiff
to settln an estate 20 acres on Prison Road. Good land 8Gme"mr for Tax Collector of Brad- -- VR. Andrew J. William, Defendant.
I ford County Mr. SIbley has had 't-I Case No. 6388.
exceIlent wat..r. Low price fur quick sale ('' ''lt'r.IIII.'UFOIlO ORDER I OF PUBLICATTON
lI..veral In hand-
Seoe Mr. 'Imdow, 803 Madison Ave.. or your real estate agent.Ladies' ling real yeara'estate experience;and taught school COUNTY Y.Dorothy!. FLORIDA/ 1'Ii CH.NcIcIt -I STATE AND NOTICE a'F FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Andrew

,'. J. William, whose residence III un"
for 20 years. He has held other Burke Plaintiff, v. I'rancle known.
Burke, Defendant. Case No.
jobs of responsibility and says 637?. You are required to appear on
.-------------- .-' April 11th. 1948. In the above named F. J9 SHAAS
that he feelahe Is "old enough to ORDER OJo PUBLICATION Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
the seeks divorce Bradford County
assume responsibilities as
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Francl"Burke.
shall thlll Order
your Tax Col1ector". whoRe residence and address !Telegraph In next four weekly Issues.Witness YOURSUPER
"I have spent moat'of, my life You unknwn.are required. to I my hand and official of
appear on Real at tRrke, Florida, this 3rd
In Bradford Co..ty, as a tax- Aprl1.. 6. 1948. In the above named March 1948.OFFICIAL.

payer, and have always worked Court seeks. and divorce.cause, wherein Bradford plaintiff County I ( Aa Clerk of said J. Thoma.Court... VIS

Dresses for the betterment of the County". Telegraph. shall publish. thus. Order John J Henderson Esq., St. Augustine .
In next four weekly i.suee.Witne. .
Mr Sibley stated. :'::1 am a vet- .._ l1Iy; hand and! official Atty. Fla.for Plf. 3-5 Ct 326IY OFRECISTRA1I
eran of World War I, a Mason, seal at Starke Florida, this February -
21. 1946.OFFICIAL I !
Shriner, member of the American I
( Sl'1AI.) A..1. Thomae. COUNTY, .LORIOAI IN ClltNCEnY. -
t { Legion, Chamber of Commerce, A. Clerk of Raid Court. I .
Values To. $8.95
and Methodist Churcb. Cha. R. Heee 2f-1I( Ou..rallty Life William H. Sweet, Plaintiff, va.
Building Jacksonville, Fla. i YOUR
? Margaret N. Sweet, Defendant. Case
"If you good voters will honor Atty for Pif 3.6 Ct 821IY' \ 'No. 6889.

me with this position I promise ORDER OF PUBLICATION 1. lie Is '
$3S4 you an honest effldent, and CICRY."OUIIITY' .FLOIIID". 1:11: IIAN-; STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Margaret Tax Collector 2. He Is Experien
N. Sweet, whose residence Is
courteous administration. Give
Alfred William 1Tatherley Plaintiff unknown 3. He Is Worthy
this red-headed Florida cracker a VfI. Frances. Hatherley, Defen- You are required to appear on Honest Honorable
chance thIs time,' as I don't believe dant ORDER: Case No.OF 8391.PURL1C'ATIONANn April:: 11th. 1948. In the above nam..dCourt He Is trained and lIe II
and cause, wherein plaintiff And,Progressive
$ in one man holding. office NOTICE TO APPEAR seeks divorce Bradford County fled for the job
: : STATE OF FLORIDA to: FraneeeTlatherley Telegraph shall publish thlll Order
S continuously. Your Vote And
f I IlOr whoRe residence 10: 247 In next four weekly II ue.... Support
earnestly solicit your vote' Tremont, Street, Newton lassachulI"etJ Witness. my hand and offl..lal Will lie Welcomed And Your Vote And. SupApprc'l'lat
and support on May 4." ," ,seal at :Uarke; Florida, this 3rd of Respected <'d
You are required to appear on March, 1946.OFFICIAL .
Sincerely yours, April 5. 1948. In the. above named ( SEAL) A. 3. Thnmall.I
W. S. (Uncle Walt) Sibley Court seeks and divorce.cause. wherein Bradford plaintiff As Clerk of said Court. (Pd. "01. Adv.) (Pd. Pol. Adv.1)
GOOD NEWS FOR TilE MEN I Telegraph shall publish thlll County Order John J. Henderson ER'l., It.: Au..us-
In o..t four weekly. lesues.
Keep On Fishing Wltnees. my hand and official
Peal at Starke, Florida thIs March

Men ;'s' DressFPants Through March, 4(,OFFICYIL 1946." Ae Clerk.) of sai 1 C'ourt.oni"" TO THE CITIZENS OF UNION

Commissioner Says Robert H. Duran 20" Lynch E'ld.,

Sportsmen can continue uninter- Atty Jacksonville for Plf.Fla. 8-5 Ct 8.28
rupted trellll water fishing I" ('IDCtIIT' CO1'eT. BRADFORD COUNTIES

throughout this month despite the C01'CIoJIIY.T-r", 'FLORID.ip. IN CIIAN-

fact that regulations printed on Marie McOoon Plaintiff. v.... ''In''k
their fishing licenses say other- J.1381.:\fcOoon, Defendant.' Cane. No. The following are the Senators from the 15th District froni'18b7' through 1947 7

wise, Director, Ben C. Morgan, ORDER OF- PUBLICATION which is fifty ((50)) years:
state Game !Jtd Frelh Water ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR 1 .!.
STATE OF FLORfnA tor MI' I 1897 ... SIf'
$450'Every Fish Commissioner announced Jack J. alcOoon. whose r.eldenre.. 1'If, y. Florida
this week. and .ddr."s I I.: Grand Hot.i RUflh 1899 A. sby.-. Zit, Florida
City Mlnne..ota.
Morgan aid the licenses were You are required> to appear onw. 1901 J. B. Crews Lake Butler, Florida!

printed and issued before the com- 1903 J. B. Crews Lake BOtler, Florida!

mission's January ruling which 1905 .I. B,;.Clews Lake Butler, Florida:

abolishes the Marcia closed season. C.T.U. 1907 l a ..,. Crews Lake Butler, Florida

1909 A. Zo" Adkins Starke Florida
Day 1. Bargain DayA"t" history This marks of the the commission first time In that the: Woe Cato blat that alyeUl 1911 I A. Z. Adkins x,.... Starke, Florida!
1913 A. Z. Adldns I
has been his neighbor drink, that pat- Starke.Florida
fresh water fishing permitted .
Jle CStore* throughout March the dl- teat thy bottle to him, and 1915 A. Z. Adkins Starke, Florida

rector= said.Morgan maJutllt him drunken. alllO 1917 ,A. D. Andrews Lake Butler, Florida!

pointed out, however, HabMkkak 1:15. 1919 A.D. Andrews Lake Butler. Florida

STAR that.aU fresh c'water fishing will 1921 D. E. Knight Starke; Florida

be closed during'' April and May- 1921 was when the county was divided. and Union County was ere.!' ed. Niis

In 11)'Nor1hwo-wt- counties. when the so \'Gentiemen's. Agreement" was, supposed td nave been
r annual closed made. .
The March season />

was discarded after Chief Fieh- Beware Coughs 1923 'D. E. Knight Starke, Florida

cries Biologist John F. Dequlne from sobs (Term Finished and Union County.s time under the so-called "Gentlemen
revealed that an IS-month survey e .)

DEALERS had uno need convinced for any him closed that there season was on That Hang On 1925 D. E. Knight (Re-elected) Starke Florida!

1927 D. E. Knight
Starke Florida
bass and bream In Florida. !
Creomu1ldon relieves prom t1' be- 1929 E. 1\1. Johns
SERVICE STATIONS I caUlle It Ir08S Tight to the of the Starke, Florida!
NEWS ABOUT trouble to e : expel 1931 1 E. M. Johns Starke, FlorIda
germ laden phlegm, and aid Datun 1932 E. 1\1. Johns

AND GARAGES COLORED PEOPLE named Co soothe bronchial and heal mucous raw, tender memo, In- Candidates to succeed E. M. Johns wee Mrs. E. M. Johns Deceased., Dr. W. E. Mid

branes.Tell your druggist to sell you dleton, hot hof Starke. Dr. J. M. Mann, Hon. Hal Y. Maines of Lake Butler.Mrs. ;
CIItIRCIl NOTES a bottle ot reomu1lllon with the
understanding -
Johns and Dr. Middleton
The Congrellll hall a hIgh day you must like the way It withdrew from the race. Dr. Mann \1'11I

Sunday In spite of the rain. We quickly allays trey beeeth w JOU an elected ,
to have .
you .
Dr J.
met at Nebo Baptillt Church and l\I. Mann Lake Butler, !

SERVICE To Your DOOR Rev. B. ::1. Daily pastor ot Allen CREOMULSIONor 1935 Dr. J. 1\1. Mann Lake Butler, Flor/

i Chapel A.M.Eo. wall the llpeaker. Coughs,Chest Colds,Brollchltis>t 1936 Candidates for Senator: Hon. Math Sapp, New River, and, Charley E.
Johns Starke. Johns elected.

At Competitive Dealer Prices BEAUTIFY AND PROTECT 1939 1937 Charley E. Johns Starke, Florida.

l It Charley E. Johns Starke, Florida.

YOUR HOME 1940 Charley E. Johns ran for Congress and did not offer for reelectionfor

', Senator. Candidates to succeed Hoa
Charley E. Johns were as follows:
With These Distinctive Drew Dukes, Worthington Springs, lion. Ernest Hewitt, Lake Butler, Hon,

Hal Y. Maines, Lake, Butler, and Hon. Math Sapp New lIon. HJ
ft Spark Plugs, Fuel Y. Maines elected.

ALSO JALOUSIES 1941 Hal Y. Maines Florida
AC And All Other 1943 Hal Lake Butler, !
l1' Pumps Y.. Maines Lake Butler, FlorIda
'aP wpSe '''t 'ffi -wvqaiwe'x.: .+ yr t ', ,, eP; rerF r 1945 Charley E. Johns
Starke Florida
''', A C Products' 1947 Chancy E. Johns ,
if. The above is Starke,
'I "true picture" of the so called "Gentlemen's Agreement"and

iy-k. )it proves no agreement was ever made as Bradford County had the Sen.ator .

for ten ((10)) years after the Counties were divided 'Bradford County,

,' Maremont Mufflers & Tail Pipes no Markley doubt, would have had the Senator four ((4)) years longer if my brother,

;:: Grey Rock Fan Belts sick.Johns had lived as no opposition' had been mentioned when he e'taken

'; r du Pont Chemicals There is no 'Gentlemen's Agreement' that can transcend the sovereign wIn
of the
r people. There Is Brad
no political
boss or dictator In Union or
.. .. ford County who has
Many Other any right to dictate the policies of or groUP
.,. of Counties, as to their civil, POlitical religious our County,
Automotive Items The decision In these matters or privUeges.
4wymw. up to 'ou citizens Bradford
of Union a1d
Counties to whom I
; am again offering
my services.
h The next four
years WIll be
momCntousyears! in our State Government and nolf
is, the time that Radford
r t- in Tallahassee as never before.and Union Counties will need ability,and experience

I f'y.- 1 With the ten years experience, that I have >'
We .Appreciate Your Business resentatlve Tallahassee, I will give you gained the as YOur Senator, and Rep ce
and I wIll continue to.r.epresent that experle
to the best of my abIlity. the two best counties instheof State. of Florida

BOTH MADE TO ORDER I As re-elect far as I am I concerned?no line exists between our counties, and when yoU
Farm Home me, promise to the
I FREE ESTIIATIONND INSTALLATION citizens or my counties wCi them
I II in the future as I have done in the that I l represent
without partiality-
I will fIght for the interest showing'any
fl6 a AND I McCORD FURNITURE I done. of both counties{ the same as I have alwa5)


; Call St. Phone 26
1u W. Starke, Fla. '
Starke Fla. North City l.imits, Rt. 200- I Sincerely your friend.


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