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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 17, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.. home' lames until the ,,15th of October ,
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; was the dismal 'news that seemed to be in store "

This Tornado,followers this, week'a, unexpected dif- '.. 11.-; _; ., : :

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next week",will have tp be' played'ouf .of ,. > JBEPTKMBKg n.. 1545 NUMBUH' ; roaTy-E1GRT, r
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Urns'e. commonlY.underlying that there's.known Starke's asub-as;Im ready Wednesday. :'to.'. 10.following:.- Coach'- ; a Hobbs gruelling said. Seaboard President Tells Starke R t riansFlorida' Glider Contests I I Bishop, Lewis, ."!; '' :

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clay. It's .about as grind ,on a. rain-slick field. "Butthat'a Growth "
tic field. To Experience Great Industrial Elected' : I iToQtyCoukil \
Hazen
to go through as''solid,.t not enough for modern Will Feature ,
resorting; to footbalL We should have five

and workmen even Wednes- teams I,* altoi'etber-the first two Outlining the progress of the South in 'recent years :

mite.were able to, erect' only I of, fairly .equal strength."' '' and declaring: that Florida is now "on the threshold of the Airpark 'Opening : 1

It f the towering poles that Hobbs now has a total of 55 greatest era in its history," Legh' ,R. Powell Jr., president .
rL used to mount the[uplranta'for: the Tornadoe squad of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad "told Starke ''), .: \
Company
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gilder '
to be' and more Candidates are expected The oldest end youngest Three new fAceaWtll, be' seen '
I 1,00-watt bulbs lighting svsIshice out;next Week. ItIs still matter Rotarians Wednesday' that despite rapid ,advancement "we pilots will compete in the contest around the table_:-at the., City' "i .U t 4 4Councll

new.of these poles of developing brain'over brawn have but scratched the surface' of the ,possibilities ifor industrial -I scheduled as a highlight of openIng 's first meeting tin ,Octo.,.".''' ;

loused contractors fiflr-I however as his first string averages commercial. ) growth in this: area," '- 'day event at Keystone! An' ber as a ,resu&j f..*|> .aday'*;.<> ;11

Ihat will, be Impossible only' 151'' pounds-the Coming to Starke at,the invitation of Juriiua M. Smith park'on.Sunday. Oct.: 3. election when a, trio ,0 fTswc0in-1| ,

It it 'all'in place and I heaviest. man 180 and the lightest president of the Rotary Club and a former Seaboard'em: Roy K. Browning' director'of ers to city politics rode te-victory .,tlli\II,! '"

We"ary electrical work: U6. ploye Mjv Powell, speaking on the subject, 'Florida's PlaceIn the 'Airpark ''and Florida Aviation when. 828 voters (approximately 'J II.
The! ''BHS thatwh.n half ;of the number qiali/led) I. '
,, coach stated "entering new Academy.i yesterday flls- I
Friday the Sifn atatedthat South is now '
Jiftldbelforenext. the .
:his five 'team are finally closed further details of the form' turned :out, to ,the polls.} ,

Hobbij :annOunced whipped into shape the three avenues of business"agriculture because. industry -; al opening-of the former CrystalLake The three high men. who, will 1
and a
ell James Newberryiiill strongest will be used for the A > Army Air Field which he become ."city dads" wheel Coun* r.
that the times of ,want and
rda on the'Lake schedule while NOB. .f and 5 ."through plans ,to develop' Into a national : clI meet 'Tuesday,' Oct.,;'B, wer'i! ; .'
played
be school .field Thur''- will play B1' ''schedule. Four, B plenty, the' people of the ,. recreational center) It' rs'' located H. SA''." (Buddy) Bishop. ';Jr. with';] '
South have retained their "
a,l' high 23. at 9:15. The Squad (tames have already teen eight miles southwest' Starke' 366 votes: James A. Lewis with
r tcnt: Sept.Friday night (tto set, as .follows-. : .. I greatest attributes;: ...vision" 3, on Route 100.Browning 863: and Lucian Hazen with 330- I ITrailing
1 from Oct; 28 Live Oak. there; Nov, I energy and perseverance.- : .
was necessary announced: that among the winners w.ra.A. ,
night .! <
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L Lake Butler1 )had a home 41: Live Oak here; Nov. 11. LRkl" I "Barring another,war, the c14 the early entries as .con I B.' Baker with 335: and W. M.: !
for"the 24th' I And City. her.: Nov. 18, Lake' City rail president said,' ..the years testants In the glider contest-will Edwards Incumbent Councilman

"Ttly could lit lend itafor there. 4 One or two more grained. Immediately ahead hold bright' bo "Pop'* Krohne who claims: with 102.Councilmanelect.' l

that date. ;Hobbs' stated will be added to this schedule II prospects for the highest pros I distinction aa the country's oldest Is ''
employed
.. Hobbs stated.Newberry.thls. /. perity and the greatest wellbeingever BIshop ,
ne believes at: least. SO perI '. Sailplane pilot.; "Pop". as he isaffectionately with the Starke Telephone ;
IB People of the .
season an enjoyed by the.
I :rgate erefollow I known to the ?"
the expected, owned his f.th.H. A.-
of Co., by
known ''quantity" the BHS South." He foresaw rapid growth z, : J
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Tornadoes pilots a contestant
younger
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( to. >enlnf:':'''coach ''said and refused .to' mike of, the Southeast:, 'particularlyFlorida ,-'i, ,, '' *at 'National meets. He Bishop; Lewis Is ,employed ,with, .' i
Butler seev-theoj; 'k' i" \' the Bradford County, Telegraph
'. any prediction as to the outcome as a result,of the trend Is 57 years old and holds the I,
with : I while Hasen le with the -,
Tornadoes.ire" sched-: of next Thursday's game. to decentralisation:; of.Industry In rightofway |11,
pie' : I Silver C award. H. ha. flown ,
the division of the State Road
fw meet 8eabreert'ln Day '- ::Probable starting lineup- forth I the'North.I '. \; f many cross country flights in his Department.;. ''i,

1 Beach ThursdaySept.|? 30, .: opener. Is as follows: Destined to'.1, ''one, of the motortoss craft his longest flight : ,(! '4

'alatka In. PIfttkOIt' Octo..,' "- Winkler.. RE; Phillips LE; 'outstanding programs of, the Bx>- being 105 miles. This win be the' Kdward has served' five 01"I'\ I ..
...- 1Ca\'... RT; Walnwright LT;, K. first for slit terms on the ,Council at, {
_, it will be. mid-October tary year In Starke, Wednesday's contest his new Sailplane l
Ifans get to: see.;V game *tTford Johns or Grtder RO; Edwards, luncheon meeting' was attendedby 'the fahtous "Mtnimoa", a Intervals and was Its' chairman l : ', I
Park. The' ,Iret home LG; Roberts or Halnes, C; Con- a number of distinguished German ship that has extremely for -one period. At present'.he; is,!' I V .

t will,be with Gainesville. on. net or Hazen QB; Reddish orSaPP. guests including Adjutant General high performance. also employed by the' City' 'as '4
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r.15. S\'. ? s" RH; Carter FB; Crosby Mark W. Lance'' and ;TIol. Ralph Miss Mlkey Browning1 the Superintendent of Streets.'i,. I. \\t,
of the Council
Holdover members
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team C."Johns. LH. j
think rye gotone, or. Cooper of St. Augustine. Mayor youngest girl Glider 'Pilot, will are L. A. Canovsj, present I :
H C. Wall. former Railroad Commissioner fly her Schwelmer 2-22 :Miss
I E. S. Matthews. Judge Legh R. Powell, Jr. of Norfolk V*., president of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad Co, Is 'pictured Browning, daughter of the director chairman, and P., L.' Urlcl....' ; I '
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"A. Z. Adktris and'heada of practically aboveas Jw> addressed Starke Rotarians and guests at Wednesday's lunchentn meetta*. Handed (M of the Florida Aviation. Academy -I if:'

all civic organisations and to right) are Mayor H. C. Wall. Juntas M. Smith, pnwldent of Starke Rotary, and former 'Cosvgr* at 19 hold both a Commercial St. 'Marks. Elects : '

retired Seaboard employees living arnie Lex Green. Glider Pilot's Rating andS Church School' Slate i
in .Stark Mr. Powell was Intro Prlvitt. Pnw.r&.m .DflnI'. 1i. ,i .
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duced by former Congressman Lex cense. Shed;' ;;; ; an unofficial The Church School of. St.> t

I//,, folks ,' Surely seems lot of irate housewives In Nffi Green' who praised the Seaboard Rite Thursday White Students Motorcycle Club world's altitude record at 29 Mark's' Episcopal Church has : ,

| to get back to the.Call Street. Starke Sunday whin the current presidents contribution toward For Mrs!' Starling Has Busy 'Weekend Palms In California" last year Ina completed Its .organization, .for! f
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after a grand and glorious went off from 9 a. m. to 2 p. m. making this railroad a significant Sailplane,. attaining; an altitudeof the1 coming year according to y .

million, .to .. < .i ,Spoiled dinner and hungry factor. In the development. of the Funeral services for' Mrs. Carrie Total 2,027 The Whispering, Pines Motor 14.50O feet and. carrying: .as C the"-Rev. B. Simmons. ''vt.c "*': ,rt
|lion, and thanks a husbands all the place! ,
over Southeast.: her
BeU Starling 70, who died cycle' Club of. Starke held its passenger grandmother-- Thle,year- the nursery ;and, k1a.+ : t

of you- who missed were gallant dry Hear that Lillian an' Buddy Blah- Turntnar his rem. I(. to Florida' Monday In a Jacksonville Hospital weekly meeting ,Tuesday, nigh cld ntly._ I It,., wss, .her, grandmonth de&'prtencIMae. m.etthgln; (f, I r

|gh to say you. Twa. me mutual, op. Ethel an' Ben Rowland Helen Mr.' Powell said "We smile .whenwe were held Thursday afternoon Enrollment I lr the Starke school at 8 o'clock. At this meeting the .r's first ride In a sailplane. the Service Center, which makeepoeeibWm'mere ''t If'',

absence to an' Dwight Marshall Ruby Johns recall'that this great state at 2 o'clock in the Lawtey this year reached'a round f Igur* club discussed the point system The Chamber of Comm ......:of : ,pI', : ,i *

I'I! you, and from I promise her ,on 1..'. M. Gained, an' Lyle,Anderson was purchased from Spain for five Baptist Church. with Rev. ,G.V. totkl of 1,2,00 students-about In a meeting., previously !held Keystone Heights, which Is'!sponsoring fort those*of:all ... i l f;t

an. the Job I netted; 258 fish off Cedar Keys million:dollars, or'.only fourteen Lee officiating. equal .to the .pre-war populationof the club was Informed, .tha members th Keystone AlrperhU of the :Nnr* ry1smd f :

|and ied do my to'best, what to keep you onh ,last Sunday-, Made my mouth cents per acre.- That was jinquestlonably -I Pallbearers were J. S. Eunice atarke.However. were entered; into'' a 'Safety' eU.wilt present'four'gold ,..,. 9ep.rtment>"" ; .$1 1 .'.

> as Call Street scenes goes ../. I',water to hear them talk about the one of the shrewdest Earl' Edwards L. H. Hill T. T- en 'expec.ted 10 per Campaign. Various .plans, were as trophies to the winners. Awards Mrs. George 'MiU.r; : : "
the I ,
Viny. hU h.puppies)., swamp cabbage' and} bargaIns,',TJc!. endur- ,W.IIrown.! k' ''
have "happened .
things > tolapas' ''iUh' .theroked,: afterward* -.y. for with the"region's! Robert: BlanchardT""" VV"I attendance throughout the.county -to. ,pr.v.At. .accdeafai1' ,." ""'f' ,. J..JfrfrlgrtsneJy'ais. .., !, I(

.0) many summer peopl that during, hardlY, j ji "% -, r-. ,.! clftnate and rich soils Itemperate'l I Interment was In the' 'Evergreen failed to materialize enrollment The club as a whole hftda Illa'b.U>" an4>Ath4'> :best ,' precisionlandings. << .....t..de /. : 1'|' i 11: I:It

[i where to begin to catch up.]|r Walter King and Stave Weldon' tenslve forest land and, mincralideposits ,i I Cemetery near Lawtey 'figures'werecomplied'dis. busy:! weekend. Last Thursday. .! ,Thlt ''will t be ,''an. open ehurclr'<.'proper and !
I methinkj of the most t.Jr. 'will thing twlce'when choosing which surpassed the!'' under the direction of Key-Mc- closing a total of 2,027 students upon an Invitation from the event. No entrance fee .to chargedand In this;' school. l I I

''img: stories one Is the one' (now|,| a'' fish 'spot after their experience imagination." I,I' Cabe Funeral Home of Jackson In 'all white schools-a net gain Rambling Riders., the club members 'all/..Udel: ,pilots are. eligible.The .: ,ward Burns, Mrs.< ; i I f ii,

i old,'' but still' funnyII) about.' .hOf last weekend ..., He'' saw the production of 11menlte ville. of only 3 percent over last year's went to Baker's at Keystone glider contests 'will 'be gas bad I 'Mrs.',,. I ,

Ion an' Patsy Sllcox.; Freddie'erly ..They. nonchalantly, launched their from' 'Are 'deposits near I Mrs. Starling was a lifelongresident opening week total of 1986. Heights for a shrimp supper held during the afternoon and I Mrs. Hnva Stewart >'I| j f 1'1

an' Everette McKlnney boat on a posted lake near Brant-I Starke as a "very encouraging', of Bradford County, and The trend of centralization toward On Friday night the club held Sunday morning, Oct.. 3. there dent,, and-MrsT ; j f
ley but found out that'the owner another outing a ,weiner roast. will be A secretary: and ] T
] were locked up tight In the development Illustrative of was a member. of the Baptist the Starke school was reflected a :Statewide BreakfastFlight In
da Theatre one night .. really meant business when he the wide diversity of enterprise Church. In a 10 percent'gain at also at Baker's. Sunday the members rof private plane ,owners the Church School ,] :
; told them to get out before firing went to Hopewell Baptist and 'aviation' enthusiasts pointed 'coon. *\ I
I of our heros finally climbed which has come about In FloridaIn She I.' survived BUS but Increases in Junior to' the .
Ion the and SOS'dmember I I a couple of' shots at the fellows )he past two decades."Development H., D. Bennett by three sons highs and rural schools In other' Church al Madison for a chickenbasket Airpark! A. new, feature' 11Y.
marquee tof Lawtey. J. B. "
The last shot just missed the dinner. School
1 of the police force! I ,- j of the rich agricultural / Bennett of Jacksonville and Ok parts of the county, were neglig.iblo .i There'will be no' admission. 'thi.'Y"I"I. I \
j in turn summoned the FlorImanarement -I I boat'by about. 10 feett'o! Good resources! of Bradford B. Bennett Miami; two sisters, and four schools-Lswtey,! This club Is becoming ver charge for 'the days events,, and of the"Gullel'of the \ 'I, 4
to see Rhoda Dampier back in active, and ,to children'.from:. : \
to come down County and surrounding areas has Mrs. Lois Miller and Mrs. Laura Brooker Vanderbilt and RI.ing' hopes accomplish the, public' Is Invited as, guestsof I J
circulation again She's 'out I I better things, in the future. Ali ,.eal'lf'/ age. This .
] let the prisoners out .' v brought new wealth to thi Pickett. Jacksonville: and three -reported an actual decrease. I the Florida Aviation Academyand
I rounding up the boys again for ,i I invitation is extended to I be carried orr* by 4 4of '
tomeone i forgot to check.1 I munity.:! the speaker com-I I brothers, I. T. George of Miami. Comparative figure for the f wo anyone the Keystone Chamber of the Hftwo'I l' '
the draft'bo.rd Congratulations who interested In motorcycling) A j .I.II
Commerce. roman'
|rest rooms for late theatre- I Long famous for the productionof R. D. George, and M. M. George. years are as follows; I .
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to the Henry Guys I to attend meetings of the Whispering
before locking up for the winter strawberries! this section both of Jacksonville.] The Airpark, cafeteria will'be I :
a bor. John Wesley born V '1947-4S. 1948-49. Pines, Motorcycle Club, Rite Last i ?i
|t tY! In recent years has added to open for the convenience of the ,
I llt.s 5 .' Beverly Blackshear Starke bed 1200 held each 'Tuesday night at J 8 4 '
Its list "other profitable agricultural public.Baptut.
Cub Scout Pack For Mrs. Clen 'i I
new son, James Guy are expected Hampton 111 113 o'clock at Stuart's Cycle Shop ; )
I, the E. E. Hendersons arey enterprises. Of notable Interest -
,, home today from Alachua To Be 830 314 ipttx and Temple ,In Starke. "I Ii
In their Few home'on La-:' '. Hear that Is the tung oil Industry at OrganizedPlans Lawtey Church Mrs. Florence ,j..' : :
I County Hospital 112 124 .
Brooker where of the Important Heilbronn t
\tie Street which was .recentimpleted one wife of Oliver E. < I i
They bad been young Gainesville James as< rose"the to biggest notoriety baby in Ingredients In the mixingof Marks are being made by ,St. Brooker 178 163 Lions To Hold After an absence from the pul .Wednesday Sept. 8. 1 I II I

Jir, from the Ennlses on North''', paints Is produced. I am also : Episcopal Church to organize Vanderbilt 91 28Rlalng' Zone.Meeting HereA pit last week Rev. Lewis Haines near Starke after a. ,
in the hospital" a Cub Scout in SO I
nut : Informed that a plant Is being program C6 1 Mrs. '
[ The Jt D. Doyles re- -, Starke Pastor of the First Baptist Starke demons was \ J
seeing\ eleven young reds Add attractive newcomers blond nut In at Brooker for the manu B. E. Simmons according to the Rev. Graham 29 83 .Lions Club Zone Meetingfor will bring both messages' Sun- 19. 1913 in I I '

i In their yard the other rnorn-' Audrey Newman librarian at B facture of varnish a prime constituent !- parents, who, vicar.have Meetingsof New River t 18 Zone 1, Dlst. 3S-1. comprising day. Faced with perplexing problems the daughter..of the i ')'

I've heard of four or,' HS. staying at Sewella' She'sa of which Is tung oil. 0-11 year. of boys and between iDe8. clubs In Gainesville AlachuaNewberry today we retrace the yearsto W. and Georgia I,

vounguns in one group but Madisonlte and cut a fine figure "It Is quite significant that the who are Interested In the age 202 I High Springs Lake find a like situation in the In addition to her I I

that many before .. Wish I: with the group square dancing at progress- of agriculture goes handIn Program will be held soon Cubbing to No figure Is shown for 1948-49 Butler, and Starke. will be held life of Job with the sermon Sun- ls survived by 4

<4 ttv attended the Junior Wo.: the. officers club .t, Camp Bland- hand with the 'development ntInduatry.r make the organizational steps. I at New River as the \school there ,'III the Roberta Grill here' on day morning "Job's. Unanswered Mattle ,Lee and I' ;"

i''I Club hamburger fry at last Frld.y' night .. >' Hear Mr. Powell statej. The'Rev. has been discontinued because attendance Sept.' 29, according to an announcement Question." ens, and one son ,. k

stone Beach last night .. .;'ling 'Telfair Long does a..magnif. "Thus we' see that the growing of all boys In Mr.the Simmons said that Is below 27 students the I yesterday by A,. B. During the morning hour of demons all of ; '\ ". .

'they had plenty ,to eat for i icent Job of "calling"- th.'!dances tung. nuts a comparatively n.w.crtcwtur.l will be Welcome to 9-11 age group number needed 'unle.s a school Is Baker Zone chairman.The worship the choir under the direction thers. ', Ralph Mosley t I
id husbands dates hlm'a bit -the In the state Join the Cub pi,.,dyde Mosley. .
and 'y i so-if you catch ", on enterprise Pack but in order for the to be operated at a Io.s.Th.re meeting'Is intended primarily of Mrs. Ethel Bigg will ,I
7 Johns Is sportln a b hoarse side these days you'll know give rise to the development of gram to succeed there must pro-be Is now a total of 72 white for presidents and secretaries bring special music, with Mrs. dore Mosley ;

I. sunburn she says taint ee-u-j the reason why..' Hear the Guy processing Industries allied .with cooperation between the parents teachers employed In the county. of the various clubs. Baker Mona Canova at the organ., Mosley. Mlddleburg. 'I
Mosley. Starke ,
'Speciallythe lake this I : an
at the manufauture.
Sales will live paint stated.Drivers.
f blisters _'the Cub Master, the Den Mother, Enrollment figures have not yet Sunday evening, the message by Mrs. Viola McCrfulty. :- ; .
that Its' their last ;
followed in sold Starke.
winter since they "It fives me a deep and abiding and the the Pastor-Is one on the eternal
CU'them.elve.. and from colored
been received
See B. C. Holtxendorf.i I IHM I house In town Monday Dot satisfaction' the raU president it is Important that all so school Licenses security of the believer In Christ and 'Mrs.:. r Apple:-CSjy"J w.t Kings- '", I
parents
Joined the force at 'Hart's-'was L In Jacksonville and was quite said. "to know that the company I Interested in the and a'm..c.. to be heard by all land' Oa. .>,V y .
furniture salesman and coln she returned and program plan Expire October 1 Funeral ..mc..re held at j
i surprised -.when which I am honored trepres.nthas now to attend the organizational who have doubts or fears concerning It!
or I found that Guy had sold the house a part In contributing to the meetings, the dates of which will BradfordSchools soul security '"Safe .In the Klngsley Lake Baptist Church. .
-' stenographert I I.-,, ''Twas that 'sudden And welfare and advancement of this I be announced soon. Have Received Automobile owners have only The .Arms of Jesus". Friday aftsrnoon.. 8ep[ 10. at '
we kmeosn speakln' of houses the Steve Simmons From the standpoint of logic, two weeks In which to- purchasetheir 2 .o'clock with Elder Boone of '
> Call Street this week, and family are enjoying their and area. Indication points Mr. 'Simmons would appreciate $65,007 From, State new driving permits with. The Happy' Hour at eight feature Jacksonville);officiating: ? if I,

I another t. Going; to.missy attractive domicile-the old Tor- further reason growth every and prosperityfor receiving the name.' of boys out payment of a penalty County the congregational singing Pall bearers were H...D. Starting -> !j1 II" I, ,
to I
Jean Cellon's bright smile Stark. Interested in the Cub program Bradford County 'schools received Judge E. K. of request hymns and choruses Roy Norman. Fieedmeuv.Rhodea. ..
in southwest .and state. Perryman reminded ,- -- 'h
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ruetla place community ,
I 1 the strout Agency' .,vj She ." .T2i.yrernaldng: quite a beauty We 'of your the Seaboard are honored and also the names" of mothers a $21.M9.0O third' instll- the public this week.. led by the piano-organ-duo of I'I'Mra. Donald 'Wilkinson. Cart J ,!! 'i j! '
Plncb-hlttlng while '.the lively > I who would like to aid in the ment of state funds this week Present drivers' licenses expire"' Morse and Mrs. Mann. Brawn and Rodman UnderhULj I It', ,.
; In bright .
1 spot of 'it, .. ,;; that we, can share your p .
A. > .
, D. Crosby was..shooting program by being ,Den Mothers. under the'' Minimun.i). Foundation October 1, and after that date Sunday School meets at 9:43: Interment -was 'la the Klni h 4',
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,'ins (with a camera) out west Add:fofka 'mi.1; "Ona Dem- future. Program. those who 'apply will have to .departments and classes for Icy Lake ,>Cemetery ,under ," V ,,1 ,1:

' And Hilda Udett Is now patt- orest- ; Minnie Lou Hazen' and BHS Glee Club This brings to S43.007.00 the pay a $1 delinquent fee In addition the more than 200 regular atten- direction. ,of DeWItt! C. Joneal jl ,
"* at the Walnwright'real Jeanette Priest-three little maid Service Sunday total sent the county this year. 'to the regular $1 .license der. Training Unions meet at tf:. d l

Ie i office ., ,? Hear Jimmy .11 a-flutter'.over departing for For J. I. Thomas Elects OfficersAt State School Supt.,. Colin English fee., 1:43: for fellowship .and'pro..ram TO Tire: VOTERS OF Tins ; 'i 11 ,r

* M taken off from hie duties the hall of learning at U of F' said. discussion..Midweek. OF.STARKE ,*-,.... ;: t ,
Ue a of the Senior
*: onli for a two weeks tour Scads of others departing! soon Military rites for Pvt. JamesI. meeting Of the September allotment; Sale Home Sold I service Wednesdayat I want to ,take,_this opport ., ',: "

' to went Surely,is a brave I and',I hope to give a tuner account Thomas who died'-August 6, High School Glee Club Monday $17,423.00 was 1<<' teacher salaries 8 at the church with the ,ltv to thank the. :voters of th i ,< ";10'

leave the bank's newly'air I 'at a later date ", ',. Hear 1944 In France will be held Sun 'the following officers were elected 11,70000 for transportation Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hardy of Pastor In charge of the Bible City of Starke for the fine vat' j:, .i

ironed atmosphere for the' ILarktn.We u plans to open a .tearoom day afternoon at :3 o'clock at the ; president ManeS Dodd. vice- ,, and 12X7.00 for other Brooker have purchased the Guy Study period. given trie in our city election. v A, ;J I "t 'IL ill

flOWn torridity outside i In the -NoUman -House,' on graveside in New Hope'Cemetery president. Patsy Benton secretary : current expenses. Sale house on Madison St. Mr. I will 'try administer the i'' fij!"
7 just getting ready to ask i Madison St. .sometime next month near LaCrosse. .the' Hardy Is an employs of'the Seaboard LEWIS THANKS VOTERSI duties of this office in a way J'1 r
English ,estimated -
t o let "" Spend( my next' **' .v. .:Glimpsed .VIrgMIi: Smith Wednesday Pvt Thomas is the eon of the Norma Sweeney, treasurer : reported Railroad and he and his wish to express my sincere that will be pleasing to all" Ji1

Mn I" the vaultr t ,; .' Howell', air In' a dither,,a.. .'. au&I. Ute Shiroud Thomas and Mrs. Earl Norman librarian.>> Barbara stale allocation Ifor' the .county family expect to move to Starke appreciation to the people of you. t
9290,604.00. The ,
eorthy' has i Just purchased. the ,trying if.it attend three, meetings Pinkie Johnson of Starke. He was Ritchie, room decorations: Kathryn this year is next month. Starke for the fine vote given I would like to take this opport ;

:'" Arch Thomas farm .out 'and move |hi from'Ue. lake- with born in Lacrosse on August 2. Colaon. accompanist. 'Ada county in to turn the must fund.contrlbutp31.106.00 : The Hardy house is located between me. In Tuesday's election. I promise tunity to ,Invite and welcome ; t

I told Banding; road". t Says two.'feverish ehUdJBrC. aU ::4t. the 82t. but later lived at Lawtey, Edwards, ,.andassistant aceompanist the Jacobs and the A. B. you that as your Councilman ,each and everyone of you to your Jt-I J
fOing Into the forestry and MUM time' :. .. Glad to' hear that where he attended school. He is The Minimum Foundation Pro- Baker. house. It Is now occupied I will do everything within meetings. It U your duty to .'.'Jj )

.le bua\n@INJ.\ t Ylpeee! .. ". MarthA Wall U improving after survived by two brothers. B. V. Betty .Williams. gram., enacted by the Legislature by Mr;: and'"''Mrs. 'C. R, .Oakes. my power to keep expenses: down tend these meeting, Thanks. )'.' :
M15 recent bout with typhus Thomas. Palatka, and Dan D. in 1947, was; designed to who will'move In so.. that .Qur..taJce will not be Your, Friend j: !i JII.
her October, to
? of el.a ....- didn't Thomas. LaCrosse. and five sis Buys Home. HereMr. raise and equalize teacher: pay apartment In the M. E Rosier an burdensome. and ..will also ; dp 'A..' (Buddy, ) Bishop. Jr. \ f ii,
I.todamj? ) n the spirits of the Well Goee* that winds up tars Mrs. C. H. James Palatfcs education standards'.*and educational ; home on Park' Place. K' yerythlng else I can toward' the ... {., 'f' )'".

"lIer and W. C. PoweU the little black book for this time Mrs. 1". B. Bikes. SummervOIe/ and Mrs. V. O. Bridges; 'opportunities .throughout. continued betterment of our town BAkiat: TRAinKa VOTES.> ,,' ,r'\\':
Jstt1'. 'Upper party last Sat- Glad to be back with you iwd S. C.. Mrs. Louis Crews. Starhe. formerly ., Jacksonville, recently Florida. TI ..,Roel.r home Is the former I feel deeply honored with your I wish to thank the voter 'SI "' '

IIIeII I lilt. Seems that Juat hope.to. see you In the next and Mrs. J O. Smith. Jackson purchased the "old" Jesse New- English, .'estimates, & 'the" 'total. FosterShi' Smith home;: The confidence In m's, expressed at Stark* ;tor.. the 1I.e.t. giveime $! !,!
VJea I Smiths moved into :
Wen to lie seated Carolyn .sees place on Route 100 southeast .1 recently their ; ;:lfl"Tueedays: election. Non f'f -1
ville. oU.e.-'and
I cost of ,tie pTOgTJflrfOr.the' ;: the intend to do every
able '
set up in the, yard. pea.e'. Funeral services win be eon- of town, and are making new hom 'oa Lafayette flt that the. election..'!. over; 'letVnall HII.
:'r1Ie&4;: light went out .', Mr, and Mra7"j.. O. ducted by Chaplain Raymond their, home here. Mr. BridgesIs 194A-49 at $41.790.179. This, 'Is Mr. and Mrs. James Hobbe thing' -possible to merit your cooperate,,with our. new. Cou*,t j; ,

they ut mnr&n 'e
514 ue table aad turned 4 OB weekend recently vtaiUng and Leyn be, administered by members of I a brother of City Councilman 000.000 top placed ,by the r legis I IIatUN. the Baker house. Mr. Hobbs Sincerely. of 'our, City and'its govarunent.e tl'

nwer tdIIgh And speaking Mrs. C H. Nasworthy H and Mr. and AmerIcan Legion Poet WO, Ala.thus. .. P. L.. Bridges.' .' I.head coach> at BHS. James A.. Lewis -A. B. Baker.ft ..' ,
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f*1t' 1- wii" ""1 I Application For 'Black Bart At Park established To obtain clover vigorous pastures.growth: Dr.on Swine Show Tuesday bred tobacco N stehgW bit

) Bradford County Telegraph Clay HillBy Health Job Exams Sunday Will Show Killinger said It la well to apply A North Florida all-breed Pig momhg atoclc b I ezj
:., : ; from tOO to 900 pounds of 0-10-10 and' Hog Show will be held In the and!
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11.. "J J ESTABLISHED l.77 E. U. MATTHEWS. OwNSM-KBMYO* tjam nrgaae ..... Glows Sept. 25 Gold Rush Day or' 0-14-10 per acre in" late Octo- Live Oalc' next Tuesday Sept. afternoon f'IIIt
; 21. The will tilt
t' November. show be held in Chamber SII
a
ber early
'( i' ::1 hbllMcM. Every rwt"7 ... .r I ss M aNMr .-. Near.' Open competitive examination The adventure-laden history ot or of ,

'''' Olae* Matte a* tfce Pee OfficeStack. 1... for several classes of positionswith California during the gold rush I ..-.. COIlU1I't\
:.'.. Septemberdys the Florida State Board 01 days, and the factual story of

!rl '!' MEMBER I ?I) 1949 Waste nil my tskt....geld.,. with Jey sad Health and County Health Units one of that era's colorful bad .

&, 'j --. I (. vinltlag sad bare a woadci- were announced by the Florida men will be presented on the
}, Merit System thla week. Positions screen: in gorgeous technicolor c
> 'H? 0 sabacrlptla f&M AamuUIy $13 0 For SU MeathaYOUTH'S ful UnwsThe
showr
,f for which examinations are being when "Black Bart" Is
'I( .;.1 l morrow was/ a bright September conducted are: Administrate at the Park Theatre Sunday an<*

morn; Assistant. Artist Bacteriologist, Monday.The .
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.{ }I;;lq BRAVE NEW WORLD The earth was beautiful as if Biologists, Chemists Entomolo-. beauteous Yvonne DeCarkIs A

1 Every radical movement tether it be Communist or newborn: gtata. Health Field Workers Hospital seen as "the lady known a?

d some milder form of i ism, goes all out in attempting to enlist There was that nameless splendor- Planning Consultant Public Lola", queen of a roughandready -
and everywhere, Health Dentists. Sanitary Engine era when renegades ruled the
1 people. Old ideas of government economics
young sir.
In the
exhilaration
P
The wild frontier. Other
Technicians. popular playersIn
I J else the argument runs, are outmoded eera. and X-ray
everything ,
practically Which makes the passers In the the cast are Dan Duryea and
:; and ridiculous. So it is up to youth to, bring a brave new city streetCongratulate Most of the positions require Jeffrey Lynn.Completeing.

.4'} ""j'' c world into being by fretting up some kind of system in which I each other as they professional or technical training health. the wil'be
I end In public program
'!.' will be done for everybody and a handful of experience
; t everything meet.'
\, I Interested persons may obtain "Overnight Jury". "The Sing .
; If '' government officials, with unlimited powers, will make all _Longfellow further Information from office Ing Barber" and world news.

I 'ot \ decisions. about Sep- of the State Beard of Health and
# And it cannot be denied that young minds often pro- There Is something \
StMI. "n" tember that always fills me witha County Health Units. Modern Equipment
theories. Advocates of
r ; title fertile fields for Communistic great Joy and ambition to turn Closing date for filing applications -
i > ;. isms, whose idea of progress is to destroy everything.'that things over. I used to love the I 'Is midnight, September 25, Added'To BHS

't'li ''';t has gone before, commonly find their most enthusiastic first day of school. Now that I 1948. Home EC DepartmentThe NOW YOUR COOKING WILL

Rr r i J h audiences on university campuses. And political organizations am no longer in the school roomI BE

: a' i t.' like Mr. Wallace's so-called Progressives make no have a great ambition to do Bradford High School home

l'1 1' : secret of the fact that they expect to find a fertile field forproselytizing something big.: 1 have started to Fields Is home from Virginia and economics department, headed by i

7 \; l f among the young. paint the walls of the spare bed- la taking care of the home while Miss Madge Whlgham. is gettinga F- _

,Ojl ",\" .,ir4 This is largely the result of a grave defect in the American room. I do that In between as Iget her Mother Mrs. James Strlck- break In the way of household IASfl
defect which eventually a chance and the paint gets land, visits In Kentucky. Lorene furnishings!
educational
a
system may
t 'I It la going to be powderblue will to Baldwin High School
I.. dry. go Three brand-new
items
: 't 0 a modern
It
i uncorrected long enough.
( .1 l Le fatal to freedom if it goes
walls\ and a light ceiling. this winter. Shirley Mosley saves
press type Ironer. an automatic
i t : '" '1 ii common knowledge that some of the standard textbooks The room has a southern expo- all my letters. She has thirty washing machine and an
; i''t. t. ( used in our leading colleges couldn't serve the cause of Communism sure so will look lovely In blue. some from me now. She Is anxl automatic dryer were I recently

l t, '.. K'.t'.t or Socialism better if they had been written by I want organdy curtains and a ous for school to begin. Harry I added to the department's facili

:.' \ Karl Marx in person. By direction and indirection they new bedspread. When that is Mosley'* baby now weighs over I ties. And as newer models come Ill! 1111t
} tJ make it appear that the economic system we call capitalism done I shall tackle another room nine pounds. They are so proud : nut within the next five years the
: exists primarily to permit the few to exploit the many. If I have good luck. I shall have of him. Letter from Marguerite I Items will be replaced with each
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't. \1' 1,1.JI" This i illt the doctrine that produced Communism in Rust our son's room all done and clean Crews and her picture In cap new model-and this service Is

,:'"' : \ r sia, Nazism in Germany Facism in Italy and has been responsible with a new bed when he returnsIn and: gown. She graduated from free of charge! The Initial outlaywas
t! December. I love painting. the University at Tallahassee this ., -
v 4 ti, ; for more misery, more oppression, and more Sunday I put on my best August. She Is teaching in Jack J395-about the cost of one 0 ee
I human slavery than anything thought up since the days of !black dress an0 my fall hat with sonville. of the orgtnal Items. fie

1 (1 Attila..It is a provable fact that Capitalism which basically !the feather. We got In the new I have been reading where The household furnishings were

If.4 ,\. h means simply the right to own property and use it in any 1 1'itJ Desoto and went over to Coler : noted Doctor says, "Above all purchased from the Frlgldalrr v
: :. 1'1 legal way is the only economic system which can exist I idge to visit Don' brother. It learn to relax." One cannot be company, which gave the huge F'n

J I;' l"] along with representative! government. It is easy to see that 'was cool and wonderful to float Jealous, or hate anyone If we re- discount for the Item. And their
?! : : along In the new car. I took Digger offer la to replace them with ,
fill'. ,; if we are to have economic dictatorship, we must have, political : lax. Neither can we worry. I have
each
and social dictatorship to make it work. I along and he enjoyed the long since learned the art of new model as It comes out
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'r.' ;J for within the
f I ride and- visit." We-stayed next five, years, A
1" It is high time that the' American people wake up and relaxing. Perhaps we could say
in Frtgidare la tcbe
and ate the refrigerator
out yard. soon
$ '" demand that all offensive red-tinged textbooks. be revised upper that It la the right road to a fi v':; .
We used the bright fiesta dishes replaced also, and a new Sing ..
i happy life. Here Is a thought: We
!r: t tt:: to teach a few fundamental truths to our young people..- lad I Iced tea and the usual potato get out of life what we put IntoIt. er sewing. machine has been added I

; { .*}!. mong them is the fact that Capitalism has given more people lalad. A cool breeze blew from If we want happiness, we to the home economics depart I :,,:
n : 'infinitely more material gains than any other system of the south, and there were but must first learn to make others ment for this school year. ,, s;.:

government yet devised. It has given us liberty and human few files. happy; If .we want love and kind The Frigidalre products were!' : ;M1)'r.yn?' .

i > dignity. Its benefits are shared by the many instead of the Did I ever tell you ladies thatI ness we must first give our devotion sold and Installed by E. H. Smith, ?

; few. And so far as youth is concerned, it offers an unlimited have a hobby collecting han- and affection. local Frlgldaire dealer.

opportunity for service and achievement. kys? I am getting quite a few.I HELPFUL HINTS. Add a little

\ The taxpayers of Amei ica are digging deep these; days have a holder on the wall of orange juice to mashed aweet Fred Moore Named

t4; I to foot the bill for education of our young people from grade the living room that I display potatoes for a different flavor. Market
them In. If wants to Manager
school, through high school, and on to college.)) No one has a anyone ex- Apples cored and baked in pine.
change handkerchiefs with me, I
f 1 better right to demand that offensive texts be revised before will be glad to send one In re apple juice are a treat. When For Sumpter County tA dcM1ItJsrJ It's fun to cook on a Florence Cat Rangel Tour bating

p L' they undermine the very system of government that turn. I find when I have a little making, turn marmalade your colander or pear over butter the Fred Moore, formerly a' well and broiling will be so Much easier...and Florence haute

makes our wonderful educational opportunities and other time. It Is fun to rest and look known V' *"*.*..'lc ".**. ..
nc1 I kettle to keep the mixture from produce man of Lawteyand |roll Noun efc< olrinalm..You will Uk. the conomyofi
benefits possible for our youngpeople.. over handkys. I have several "
my
1 I boiling and spattering. Steamcan Jacksonville, has been named too sad 5" .pofIIPII porcelain-enamel. finish U w ,k
setf
hobbles. fun. "
They are thru the holes. manager of the Sumpter County r feme** ...... ...... ,.
escape
Last had '(dean. Florence Got .. .. backed by
Friday they a good Owe. are
Phone 52JMrs. Here ia a PEAR MINCEMEATas State Farmers Market at Bush-
,dy I rain at Clay Hill. Mrs.( Bessie 'made In Mississippi. It is delicious nell. Moore was selected by a V' Acre.-. .ws thersilsL over 70 rean.experience.Speedy .

Yl wt ?r..E:!! erase VlCE. HartsMMMO Strickland visiting her Is up mother near Neon.and other Ky.. for pies. Grind 7 .Ibs ol unanimous vote after the board N Pv...t..... 149.50

pears. Add three Ibs of sugar had considered the application of Tw. slId.aut service
relatives. I had a nice letter ...... '
1 tablespoon each of cloves, .l- 21 persona. Up
from her that she
was really
having a nice visit. Mrs. Walter spice, A cinnamon. Add 1 ,cup A native, of Florida. Mr.. Moore 1tUwf
dang Is visiting an aunt'of Wal vinegar :2 package of seedless grew up at Lawtey and servedas S LAD E GAS ,CO. Inc.. ,. .
raisins. Mix altogether and .cook .. ,
mayor of that town for .
ter's at Lutz. Fla. She Is swimming a perod.
and enjoying the oraneetrove8. slowly until pears are well'done. He was engaged In buyingproduce 213 E. Call St., Starke. Fla. Ph. 121
Put In sterilized cans and seal.
Walter Is to be there for I for several large brokers
When she makes a pie ahe slicesan Free Balloons And Dust Pant To Adults Only
at Waurhula
the weekepd. This Saturday Is and Plant City for
apple thin over the top of
the church wedding In Miami of a number of years but later quit
the mince meat; sprinkle with
Margarette Mosley. Her mother end went Into the produce bus-
sugar and put on the top crust.Serve
Mrs. Harrison Mosley Is down ness for himself in Jacksonville.
with whipped cream. I
Q sNa there now for the wedding. Lula In accepting his new position,
tint know this Is delicious.
Mae Is keeping house for her i which carries a salary of $ ,OOO,
This Is such a quite Autumn
father Harrison Moslry while day. My Great White Northern Mr. Moore( stated that he was Workers Like.to Ham

Mother Is gone. They have been beans are getting dry, the sun very enthusiastic over the great

.hoeing strawberries. Lorene shines so lovely, yet It Is cool. I possibilities for expansion!' of the
feel such a wonderful sense of market at Buchnell.

well being and security. My little .

riI.itb. EXPERTSERVICE, grandson Is in school. I thinkof Farmers Get PointersOn Coke Near at Hag

all of you and say a prayer. Planting Clover
God bless you all. LoveLURA
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For Spring GrazingGainesville
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Jrc PAIKIHO. MOSLEMS vitr fkftT Thnrnnn. t'.Dwyer Dwy! .r.Defendant.Plaintiff Can v". Mar.No plan to plant, Fla.-Farmers clover In October who I

j' MO DMIVINtt. WOIIIESGRIYHOUNO ni'n1'fon: : OF prnLi"*ATfoxA.Vn ".. and November for winter and
spring should
NOTICK TO APPEAR ; l grazing be preparIng -I
t !a TAT .F: OF FI.ORlnto' their land obtaining! seed and
'' BUS STATION Mnritnrrt
it Dwyer whore rexldenonmid /
udilrmR In: cto I* !lmlth, |!5 attending to other details now so ,
I I Temple Ave. Phone 147I i a hi. tit Hi.. Rrnnx. New York: hey will be ready to seed the
You are required to
w appear on
i October II. I IIH*. In the .above crop when planting time arrives
named. Court and ranie, wherein and the weather In
favorable
according
Plaintiff .eekn divnr. ... Pradforif.
County Telecrnph. Khali. ,puhllvh thl"O..rt to Dr. Cordon Kllltnfrer of
Chas. C. r In neit four weekly' I..u.I .. the Florida Agricultural Expert g
Witness my bond and offlHalenl
at Mtarke. Florida thin. Sep. ment Station. -
ShepherdAt t tember 7. 194, e: ii "
(OFKiriAt. K1I,> A.I. Thoma Clover generally grows more f ,RI
Gay's! Service Station Aa Clerk of i..ld CVinrt. satisfactorily on dark moist, even ,
Rv Haven Proubv. n. ('. I
'ri' j T Frank. t.jnrtrum Starke. FlorMi' poorly drained soil than on light
'Ally,. for Pit. 9.11 ft lt andy or dark soils that are well
R. B. Alvarez & Son I I drained. No drainage Is better set S

I than excessive drainage for maintenance _

. Yep F of clover, the Experiment
," Station agronomist explained.As .
::i Transfer & Storage Co. 1 most clovers prefer a pH I

of 6 to 7. or nearly neutral. It Is f

tt AGENT FOR DELCHER BROS. advisable to have the soil checked
before planting. If soil Is very
lk
M..1"1 and Phone 9105 t acid application of two tons of
z ground limestone per acre may not

} We Operate Local and Long Dis raise its pH above 5 or 5.S but.
I other factors being favorable,
I_ tance. Also Hauling Anywhere In
; clover planted on It will do very '
Starke City Limits. well. Usually, from one to two

tons per acre of ground calcic
J M SEE US FIRST limestone has been sufficient to F

.e 4 cope with soil acidity. September 'rJ t r '1,,
t + S. Is a good time for applying the 5.,
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t.y% limestone broadcast on the land.

t1t .... Drilling or disking Is not necessary.
INTEGRITY I .

i of conduct and dealing with better 4 : It the pasture to be seeded to .
clover Is carpet Bahia. Pangola t; +"ima r r
thoughtfulness and economy in all our
', or Bermuda grass It should be
i tenting(-these mark the reputable
grazed down or mowed so the
quality of this well known firm.
BUSY grass will not be more than two
FOR
ENERGY BODIES!
Inches high before November 1.
Active bodies thrive on milk. And boys and have about BOO pounds of 0-10-10

girls love milk especially GUSTAFSON'a or 0-14.10 per acre broadcast uniformly

tfr DEWITT C. JONES milk which always hits the spot with youngsters over it. and five pounds of ,:

STAIUCB raotm 'TAMBULANCE *of every age. Lone happy hours of play clover seed per acre broadcast over

SKRVICal: demand the wealth of energy that's found in It during the first rainy period.

Y every bottle of GUSTAFSON'S milk. For after fertilization..

Funeral Director goodness sake be sure It.. GUSTAFSON'Smilk. In fertilizing land and planting
.. It to clover, disking and coveringare
Our locd funtnt home tnmkttt
I fir conusnimcM and ete'trin net TELEPHONE GREEN COVE: SPRINGS 2312 COG Louisana White Dutch. Persian

OIhenuW ...1.,.. LECT FOR DELIVERY.GUSTAFSON'S Hop California Bur Black Medic

Hukejn. Crimson and yellow .'

w. ...... tM IIIPMi typo a evleS at t.e k... pel..a M/ DAIRY clover have proved satisfactoryon
i aeegt ANY ... IM\IPUIOe\ polol.bt t.... Iw.1 W ADT..MEOsaaWMtWe suitable ails In the Mate. Seed

....... .. part s .a tu0 N a tima.e1. PHONE 2312SERVING should be properly Inoculated before Ion". VN.11 ""'"oa,,, tHC
planting and shooJtl COC4-C04A
planting C
f I .1r. ., STARKE SprI p. Florida be done In rainy weather. SeedIng 8TAItD: COCA-COLA BORUMG COMPANY YPANr

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.* ** *...*..S.al1al1 publish this. Order AND> :NOTICIB TO APPRAJl atructloo of the State *f Florida. In Testimony Whereof. I have IM cuacrtr cwrmr.COUNTY. .SADP'OR5, aMrM tI.W:; I ... IbIs th* 17th day of Auguat, I
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hereunto Ht hand and t. sp..r
*H mt four wekly' 1.._.. STATE OF FLORIDA to: For Comralavloner of Agrluullur I my T. are Ii
JIB AI i Itn... hand I the Oreat Seal of the State of Florida u... ta the bov* L. A. Csnvvs.
my and official W.....; Calvin McOlll. wnok* realdene of the Stats of Florida. I li'Walker., PlalntlfC. va.: IT.
Plalntltf. "'. .1 at Starke. rlorlds- Ibis and addrcaa Is unknown] For Four ((4) Justices .f the Su- at Tallahassee. the Capital. Chance' Ixiulee Wel.b' IValker t>*-' named Court and 'cause wherein Chairman. City Council., :
.. 0 ,,.., this the Thlrtjr.flrst day of August Nancy seeks dlvora and aupportJor
Ton are required. to Oil premo Court of the State of Flor.oiL plaintiff ATTEST: I,
appear 171.
v./end..nt./ /' SEAL!: ) A. J Thomas A. D. 194*. feadant. Oas* No. minor I child.I Bradford '
October
I 4. 1(41 In the above named I Groups !-> "'" ORDKK OF Pt3lrZ.XTlON 'Carl John, C4y Clerk.TO .
( A. Clerk of Said Court. Court and CHUM, wherein plaintiff For On. (1) Railroad and Public R. .A. ORAT. Afl'KAR Telegraph shall publish: -THU HONORABLE! MATOKof S
NOTICE TO
r AND flat
: weekly ;
IcE Ti' C. Durrance. Law Exchange seeks divorce.. Bradford County Utilities Commissioner of the Stale Secretary of State STATE: OK FLORIDA to .. In OSIA four the nty of Stark.. Bradford ',
: Jacksonville, Florida, Tlgraph shall publish this Order of Florida. amusU. Florida I hereby.. certify .:
whose :
OF for Pit'j ..s ...condlConS'r..lonal I To Hon. A. O. Andreu. Sheriff Brad Nancy oulee Welch Walker hand' and officials5a1 County. ,
iTIit. whose I t.. .. In nest four weekly Issue For Representative of the 'ford County. ..3 *t 10-S resldenc and address 1st; Sit 8. Wlness my this AugustlOFFlClAU that the above and foregoing. Ordlnanc
District' of the State at Stark. Florida. the \
Wanes
t. Hoi-pltaU my hand and official Hdgeworth St., Car of Mrs. Oardner was duly passed by .
seal at Sturke, this of Florida, In tb. Eighty-First Congress 'I. 1.... the City of Stark.
oUn.: rmctjrrromr.. "AorOllo Florid. Welch Greensboro North Carolina !\*.. :J.. ThSmaaAa Lily Council of
quIrd to .. ..FLORIDA I* CHAM-! A"If. Slat I AI.. of the United States. 11 rincrrr comx. MHADKOHDCO : SEAL) said Court.' Bradford County, Florida on the 9.
In th. OFFICIAL SEAL' ) A. J Thomas For Two Circuit Judges Group !'Ml! 'Y. Fl.OfUUa.1 IN CHANCKH Yuu are rqulr to appear. OnSept.mbi'r Clerk. oC 17th day of August A. D.. 1141.Carl I I
I'd"1..u.... Rathers, Plaintiff, vs.. Isa. Aa Clerk of Said' Court. 1-2. Eighth Judicial Circuit of theStat. '. ST. 141. In the .above Hy Haven Crosby' D. C. Johns, S
ir.? ; T. Frank I-andrum Florida. of Florida.For Elite Hue Johnnon Plaintiff vs. T. Frank Landrum Starke. Florl".1Alty.
I divorce D. aathers.OefBndant.Casa No Starke named Court and cause, wherein S-Of 4t .17OrmfVANCK City Clark.THB I
'control .,,1 tll. < A"ya. for Plf. 8-3/ 4t 924OTIeI2 On. mate Attorney Eighth Sarah Johnson Defendant. Case, plaintiff ...k. divorce./ Bradford ... fur Pit. I FOREGOING '
ORDER OK PUBLICATION Judicial Circuit of tho State of No. 8190. I shall publishthis -. ABOVE AND i 1\\ S
Irraph rhall AND NOTICE TO APHEAK : !: OF. KIKCTIONTo Florida. OH HER OF PUBLICATION ntlrd.; Telegraph In next four weekly NO. -. ORDINANCE) was received by m*
zt tour OK FIXIIUPA to: the Sheriff of Pradford County. For Htate Benator' for Fifteenth AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Issues. AN OHIIIIA'vtia! KNTiri.KIOltnlNANtH > AN and approved .by' m. this 17th day t

D. Oat hern. whoso real- of the State of Florida: Senatorial District' of the State of. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Witness my hand and official HKIuATIVH TO ItVIBtCATIOM of August. A. D.. 1 4I.Harold. t

S han' and COllnt"I.'''* lust known Is Georgetown, Be It n I. H A Florida..For Sarah Johnson whose residence Is: seal at 81.r".. Florida, this AugUSt CANOIOATKs hd' C..Wall. S
Houseof
Florida this Carolina: Secretary. fntitt 01 the 81:1 Ono Member of the of unknown: 18. J94H ANT ANt! AlL KI.WtrriO'Ni IN Mayor ef, tn. City of !Stark! Fla.
I ou are required to appear on Florida do hereby give notice that Representative of the State You are required to appear onSeptember (OFFICIAL ,SEAL) A. J. Thomas THW CITY OK HTAHKH. A''I 0 PHO-1 ..10 :21 .-l7 : t
t.4L) A. :*. 4. IMS. In th. above named a Florida. 27. 1948, In the above A. Clerk of said Court. WInING! KON.THM AMOUNT or AM.
fci"K, of said and cause, wherein plaintiff GENERAL ELECTION Fur County .1.."... named Court and cause., wherein By Haven Crosby IJ. {'. SfBHHMICNT' TO.1III MAUR AGAINST. --- t .

t)'. P. C. .k. divorce. Bradford County Will be held In Bradford County For Sheriff. Court. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Samuel W. 0..,...". Vidal Bids.. THRM.' P-rMOBl.TO AN O. MKVONMSVCH : 11 CMICVIT COU..'. '.wMADr.ROCOUNTY. S
I. lO i l.aw ... shall publish this. Order Stale of Florida, on Tuesday next For Clerk of the Circuit County Telegraph shall publish Gainesville, Florida. TIMsl AM MM!: 0. """ Fa.ON.IU Sill S C'HAN-
.
ville !Z1- next four weekly, issues. succeeding the first Monday in For County Assessor of Tases.For this order. .In next four weekly Atty. for Plf.' S-ST 4t -17 SHAlL MM KI.IC1IBI.H TO HAvOC' CENTs: 5 I
r. .... my band and official November, A. D. 1841 the said Tax Collector of issue. THEIR NAMIO PlACED POM "'Ht: lank.. Bath nulled. Plaintiff. *. ..'
at Starke. Florida. this Tuesday being the For County Superintendent Witness my hand and official AND ALL William Gordon Uulledge, Jr.. Defendant. ,.5
i.ot.R'r. RR SEAL) A. J Thomas SECOND DAY OF NOVEMBERFor Public Instruction.For seal at Starke, Florida. this August I'll' CIHCUIT COritT RRAOFORO .ruotS.SIC AM.OT. AT ANY II1LF.C.1 .Case No. ma. 0 .1

RIDAe I'll *. .$1.1. 141.AM Eight (8) Presidential Electors. County Surveyor.For Board of 20. 19411. COINTV. KLOKIOAI tM CHAN-] !: IT KMAf'TWO BY VISE ORDER OF PUBLICATION1 LAND 1//
Clerk Three Member OFFICIAL SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas tEN; Y. I
of Bald Court. ( TRIO CITY OfBTAiucn. NOTICE) TO APPEAR '
Plaintiff. v a. J. Henderson Esq.. St. Aug- For Governor of the State of County Commissioner. Dlsts. l-S-5. A* Clerk of said Court Opal Whvt. Plaintiff, vs. James W.I COuNCiL, BRADFORD OP1 rauvTv.rtOstlUA. 8 T AT K) OF FLORIDA to: .I.! J
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I,nfant. Cast .; : : Florida. Florida For Three Members of the Coun'JBo.rd Diet: By Haven Crosby, P. C.Zarh Wkyte, Defendant. Case No. .7$.. IN N NO ULAN. SEsSIONS. William Gordon Oullcdga, Jr.. j

or Pl'BLJ<- ... for Plf. 9-3 4t 1.21 For Secretary of State of the of Public Instruction., H Douglas, 83 W. Ashley: St., ORDER OF PUBLICATION SECTION I. That. after this act whose residence last known I* ii'I IUtorg.town ,
'tlirn' State of Florida. 3-4-6. Jacksonville, Florida. AND NOTICE TO APPEARS ollOl'lnblm..If. << ; *). C.: \ 1
TOI of Registration. bocomos a law any person fl
For Supervisor -17
\\0f" ] CUICCIT. COCHT. BN.AI>FORD' For Attorney General of the State For Justlco of the Peace In and' Atty, for Pit. 1-27 41 TAT B!: OP FLORIDA tot or herself. aa candidate for I You are required to appear on 'I II'
L wbo.* *.. .-;. tin CHAN- or Florida. for the following Justice DUtrlotsvvis James W. Whyte, who..* reldno' election to any elective om_ In th* October II, 1540, In the above I 1
". I For Comptroller of the State of : No 1 1.1nl._ Adding Metlhlara for and address Is: Bonney Hetal Ath. City of Stark,. Bradford County Fla. named Court snd cause whereIn'
|ivlrfd to a. Mae, McOin, plaintiff vs. Florida. For Constable In and for tjie following Tele- ails, Pennsylvania shall b* required to pay Into. the Plaintiff ...ka divorce. Bradford .
Kin Id* abOVe :I Calvin McOlll. Defendant. For Treasurer of the State of JuNtlce District, via: No. 1. ,, ale Bradford County; You are required to appear on City Treasury. a qualifying tea In County Telegraph. hall publish this t S

SM. wb,relo No 0700.OkDER Florida, Ctwph..r September. 07. lOll, In th. ."Dvena..d the sum of five percent. of such Order la next four weekly Issues rw
Bradford OF PUBLICATION I Superintendent of Public In.! (SEAL) Court and cause, wherein rwmnneratlon as was paid to the $Itn.... my hand and offlola* S

I Plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford officer holding the respective office seal. at Dtark. Florida this 8ptambar > I
County Telegraph shall publish for th. year. just prior to. and next P. 1).'. I, I' I
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON IN NOVEMIEX. 194S this. Order In neat four weekly receding said Ueneral Klurtlon. (OFFICIAL" HEAL> A. J. Thomas S S I'', '
Issue Hrenty-oii days prior to said alec"HKCTION Aa Clerk' of said Court. l'
. __ Witness my hand and officialseal D. C. I
cord ana* with law pvavkMng tar the lev; ..- -----1 .0 eaM "sS. r -, tk* County 0. the .... e.SSehect -_- .10s ir at Htarke, Florida this August ball fly Haven Croeby, St.. AugUHtlna ,
Ordlnanr John .J Henderson Esq.,
10'LlC-n0ll. ...... ------- .4 .u tests isPied S. Thin :
...... Stsin -- Oiaaity Tea S
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C
15( f taxes and aueh tax shall aol k* ap srd eee in hereby agreed 5.51 2$. 94s. all aaplrsntn to XAttys i
IMS. of Ik. piled to ether thaa tin and be .abealtt.4 be tile it. Tall Sratoid DlaUU.to and alunlclpaatloiS ay the 55th. Cst. 0euD" apply to any and Florida.
U''OII' of any purpose (OFFICIAL SKAL) A. J. ThomasAs
.... SoISt..I '
whether theyar Pit. 104ilOlITwarkg
for -
DMrtoto as office
5tosi ,
did paa II Joint Beae Payment of Ike principal and touristlk of th. ..... af Florid for approval or ye The Uaglalatur phall a* to. Legal 5504 ... .. Clerk of raid Court tha respective *
..: gluMia laU_ Sisrlna af 1545. *nd faaaa Mas kunw PIMaInto SBd I offering to succeed theiiiHalvosor J'J
_&* to toI lection at the aoxt General '
.m.n< Os.. fly: Haven Crosby 1>. C.
: _
I .IM. Saw ., Florida ani > .. addniea to the aooda s.tilasta.. be bold. ta lbS year IM*. that to to aa thereafter enact .law* to Mh aftoa -cTIOJI If. L VP. 51150 Coll.etorta 0..n. I., Patten. !Stark. Flnrliln.Attyg. otherwisePiC'fkN .
Tea : .
.. after approval by the alintoiaaald 5 arty .. iNS tk* County a. All Ordinances, or
0/1/ as that Soctlon I af Article XVU till only $
afraid u by a vote paragraph lal above, and suojeel une :: i
.
for .
Stats ef Florta Plf. .21 4t S-17
I Out the votes. aa sabi and W BeetUm. I ef Article IX of the CoeUMltloe amended ea a* to read a* followsiSBCTION that pure as apod 1'fy tog the powers, tuna Stall 50-s tasted tk* h. are hereby. repealed.. 't
: arre entered upoa > .* Florida.. the Lsglstatur saei L hobo branch .. th* Lei tlana dutlaa sad asIHs.s.ttuS af Caunty =::r aas45a.hIke --.. ISBOOBW ii riftci-iT roi'RT nntnronn SECTION: 4. This Ordlnanrshall S SSsase '
... help log
= Fir daIlgbUUlSy sssetsrtiag
..iala. with la* yeas alas the taaueneo .4 npociaCapltat Islattsra, at asp tegular caaatoa. *c.aay lee .4 asu.-i'- AEkr550ReeeiSla.Iasba.
s.d .
-0- Skew
17 aM thaI .
eecxUtaamof .* IM Secttoa
ttfi. Mj 4ld dettnala awI boaxto sv Oountr BearaiW special or extraordinary "'Rit V.Fay becoming a law a* provided forundxr
etUMrat in pvld for tk* --... -. custody. .. 'lbs Lthhev thai .. asass. ...55405..as ussrs50i.wy i
oallad to suck of
fUeeltrUono I..I.rlon a'uoatleaj ear sehoal _Mal eutlsj purpose the
of
tut Joist HhSDlro, Plaintiff. Mac the Charter City
.. all .. .. ..... s.d 55 50 vs. -- the...... Prnaa dsis .
Sass
: Wtrwaxb
and dlaburacntoa ..
SI the 11.0. 5. projects .....,.. aequUred as eoaauvet.ad .,.- .oeb.'S ecialeel sail as --- reporting Shapiro, Defendant Cam. No. aU8. itterk... S
-.114 ip a.CoH Tow CJLN..... 55 *____asm Io.s H.N4 as By atari* d1Isw lsllrig pata. a* fa ass
...... la _*.. 141C but said >.< eaaM be UsaHe tt asseS thss0.7. the -- sad ORDER OK PtTin-ICATION: PARSED' : nT THE CITY POt'NCIL I
I, B. A. GRAY. ge.3. .d a-steata bg SwStat. S. ....e.d..e.I .". sap ...... as 5.rrwhr.-- lS.Nss.-- .:: OF BTARKH. Inregular -i aray.Uf*aad stoap. saw loajtertskly.Oa .
AND NOTirm APPKIAR.1TATR THE CITY
ct.50 TO OF
st C at aaagikit tadiy. ..ioh. ssa-
u of the Ile .. MselsT. Srd ed Sol. A ecSs.the.by .4 Uth .'VasaLP.th.. Lay S tot ..ssion. unanimous vote f
PsiCgI..L I .0 as s.yr.. OP FLORIDA s by
ttial law ..I payabl. sedsl.I reebee. as r.. -I iin in _,StoinIsinins as lesk gakiaalssd..
i letlei a 4 s.d MAT'* OTNT MKBOfLtrnOtl NO. (SI. s.d -1 hse -. los Sat- Max Shapiro whose residence and of all members present without aeSop .
H.BXTIOWlion as p..th.d by Io. wishlo aetsas..d .. altileel as eey .k- .. bJein A JOIKT BJtSOUfTlOMto Prepesleps .-.. sad She
.. ....... .. -se.de.e.I 0the. leaSe.se. -.ob. q' ..
date bus
a se.I s.al1 t.ss ,uass 1- Ohs ----- Artlcta VDD ad tha Cue.ee .. .. sulissled 5e.H as--
issut lasee bt -
ajcaredlog ah* Bra. est Pr.vids4, Niet = =- = __ asians .4 ._ c..Mo4 .0 lbs 555)5 .0 F5 a.ththvoI. TuCo" -. -
elM A. B. It*.. MM Mat Outlay beads ehaO be bas .. .. pa.psr. 5 -
IbMn"* the arader whUk together wlaa Ske asheS U ... -.-l -- as w.e.4in Ikeine. .. -- .. ...... ,,"' H f f
|DAY or laoVBfBaaXUna ... el sueS OHed be by Strs.Lltb. .. *5.l.sted in a551' S.cti-s be S FOil --TIME ONLYFREE jl!
=: :: : = == =: 'soIs MEaWUTFfON NO. SB A LIMITED H
er raJecUcair .0 SwhltOhs eahesi diLet .. be saSt -. a thai the Co 1 a, : S
prSoc.n'5 Amead. .bsll s.s.d -.. pee -- od 1St 5. s.i0 5k' lOHessive J- the County .Tag A theN _ANOINT MSB!II in ION Proposing anstllsllia
basal ct Ohs ..... ...i0IOLV'flON in. sale with Ohs P-s sad s.d pss.Stied .. --v.- Cth. Io the per 5 50 ArIlcie VIfl 54 as C..
= =..-r.-n-. : :. = = C':_ hi ...-_ be .ath e.who. f levying ..... Cwanry. Snhul SSMatiialiTtgal *d tha Stoto *f Florida rolall *
titanS ear county nuajaiss prior. .. I. a ........ I. in ......,-... lie poa taxes toned by the BtotoCounty. .. to aaasssaasa* ef prapaity tar tone and
laauno .. ouch ....... Capital OuOaj '---PU--- SahioDxrincta th* eallantlraa ad these. by adding thereto
Bond Th principal .. and tawraata _11_ 5s westhi s.d the ethie ona"0- additional Bsotton* ta pravkto that ta
r no, IIHUTION uck apiitl"il_ bonds shB b* payahlitrora later than six _.. b..redsitsiy Pas Olatnoto., Pralnago --. ::. tan County af PtaeUas. Stoto af ....... 5
Proposing a fund established to sek count*' preasdlng. In. oloctlon at whlck tka eamaI diauirta. andpahttoa tk* tJPTwa--- OIL ; ,
ether taxing
i Article IX ef Itoe Stall eomprleed .. -.". sutkorlaed and apportlonad I to b* voted ... asS thirsugiea euaaaHted tour af tha ouny wRiSt by, == siewol, af the Couaty tor tb* purpose i :
addIng' OimM aa eddk by the Lcglilatur tor ached to tao. declare .. the Btato lieappeeval their Saitsi be be se1s of levying -. Coo ". School and M*.
i providing' that aU udeiw as-s icetteel .
...
and debt sal Dies purpose: a* rejection atprovided. sect Cs.scsi 11151 51. Cetasly Ta* ahiIpel taxes levied or She ... Cannty.County .
1. led or retained ether wimtom ehall fuel IMi and I'---:,,. provided by the eaunty from .--. _... that i.c5 Stall eSlecs sad dheitit-be Ste: School Boon), achool D8peeta1 --..
_. be ..0thvniIt.d Tea School Districts and Munto.ipaatle
school revenue eaureas Mcludiaiad such N" as sxeendment i
county ...
i.hi 04 hw. .", street and the mUnmrrlbtna' dkvunn valorem toxss as ...-- a* ..-. for appraval er rejection in BB-IT BBSOLVKD BT 'nDI LBOIStATUItB .- .. ... County. sad that ton ')
auxrd by. the. Legislature subMtn N noclal election undar th* oondltlooe S.- BTATK OF PUMUDAl County Tag Collector shall oUoet the
OP TUB
.
ioSs .1
ea -
llmttotlona of the Constitution rslsllntto scrlbad to and ta the manner providedby Aanoaomont to Arttcto snM to*. <
the foUowlng
That
.. school Sectloa I ef Article XVII af tkloCanoUtution BB IT BBBOLVCD BY TrTg UBOIaTA- NOW !
> BY ram LBOIBIA- ad vk>rom ta" tar purposes. vm .. Woe CooMltuUoa *4 tile SUM BY ACTING ..
II. af th. .1_ Tulsa OP THB STATE: OF rLOtJDAlThat
1 STATE Or I1.ORIDAIJ'See Such bonds shah not 'b* bonda afd majority .of Florid ..I.",. to tile maasinant and l
..
'bto of the "" of FTnrloa, or enforreeble tore voting upon tile amendment adopt eolleaUoa at all taxes to the County elBroward in* following amendment to ,
Amendment to Ar- of l suck sonendment the same shall baosoav ... lists YES af .... Conctltutmn of the heSS
r .'. Constitution by add. against the credit or taxing pswcr state ., FInds, by .... t
in State. a part of ..... CoeaUiuucs.ROUSE additional 'section be be ..... af Florida relative to the _._. and '

I ei additional.... -..aartlon upon pra-.... kered thereto by th* Secretary ad -... ba end colloctloa of all taxes. ta th* County atPmallas '
Plate af Florida. by adding
a Is hereby agr.Sd to and Shall be CAN ACTUALLY SAVE II
r awlor fuel product eolln tha sam 5.5w.as YOU !
thereto additional sntlona to k*
rtEsoLtrnoM iro OH .submitted M the. eleclora .. tb* Stato 4PtorMa ;
d shad be Mod foratron SOUPY JOINT JOINT RESOUmON NO H ...... lg end Pasties 14. ... and
.
fedeattoa at
raaitleaaloai er
tor
S and airport pta A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing A JOINT BX8OUITION Proposing' aaAmendment the aaaoa Is k* oby egresS to and saaB
-Iblnf the danrlbutloa Ameaxlinenl to .,.. ConsUtutloa by adding M ArUele V af tn* ConrOtution Ste QeI1are1 E5OinS. be b* bold aaj the ba susanlttod to tile .-. of lbs SUM
n portions af told taxes, thereto .. sdidttonal gaatlaa eratIni > .. Florid, relating to the Judicial nrat '''-'.' after the first Monday taNovember. .d Placid. 4or fMlftoatton *r .....-
ta med shall b* *ubJ two addlttanaJ Senatorial DJ IPI_ Department by adding' thereto a Section 14*. a* lollowat at the Ocnoral thirties M be bold. on ton '
tacion ., the Stoto fa* BB IT RaBOUVCD BY TIn LBOUUJUTCRX relating to th* retirement .f Judge* SBCTION-.From snd altO JanuaryI. firm after the Brat Monday taNovember. 'r .'
(rtitrthm. at Ike as an- OP THB STATE OF rLOfUOA ., the Supreme sitS Circuit Court. 10*. tk* County Tee Awinnr to in* Tuesday. IMS foUowa. J
1tltold.. 1st*, asS That the following Amendment. .. ArUclo BB IT MK90LVED BY THB LJPOUTLA-. County af Broward. "xato .. Florida. .. I*. L as Pram and aStor January l I
VII ef .... stato Conetllu_. by TuftS OP THB STATS OP FLOBIOA shall aasas all property for all Slato.County. S. las Ut. County Taa Aaaaeaxr $2500 A.'i.
AB *>dss tax* BOW or adding thereto section S ereetmg. two That the tallowing Amendment to Ar- School and Municipal. tax** tok In the County .. PlnrUaa. State of Plo.SI. UPTO !
I upon saaoiliM or vtharI additional Senatorial Dlrtrlcta. ta hereby ..... V af the Conetttutlon:: ef Florida levied. ta Vie County by She Stato, .. ahaB axoaas all |n ..poily for aBauto.
I ortroleura er vpon all agreed to. and submitted. .. the electors by adding a Sirtlon to ba know a* eoua... Couaty Bokael Board. School .. County. BeSsel and Munhrrpafi f ;
-a ard liquids used ta af the Stale for ratification er reitc.aa Sectloa 4* ef said Article V. Is hereby Dlatrlcta. Special Taa School -_ texas to k* levied. ta tie, enunty a> tkantata. j.S. I
its ODalaca tor the gan- at the General Kectloa .ta l*.s, agreed to and shall a* submitted to am* Port _I.... Drainage IMcurtoto. Sod any .. eou.... County School Board.
t* propel vehicle* aad .as follows .!'actors of U>* State ef Florid for rstUl Mbo taxing districts. and saunlelnall-. School District, apodal. Taa SikiilDiirarlcto
f an billeted sad ratotaedBdujlvoly ..-rioti a. There" la hereby ereatadtwo :at'on ar relc-tion at tha next Con las which by __ tequSH Ikitaaxas and MiaaletpalHIa. .
[ Las tk* less. additional Senatorial Districts to ba oral 1:1.: .,_ to IM teli la l5. oa -. be S. -
S. Tka StaB at th tdgta. 1
Vsrsir laglalaairr* !
known .. Uve Thirty-aUMej ,Ovthl and lawe T- _____ ? ,. ** .v* Legtaletrrelualna .. ... Soaatoa ta IM* and snsas tlaaa tn!! SEE TOUR MORGE TODAY .3 I
and mvmn mw aa rortletkj leMal Smatortal __ Tba SBCTIOM 48s ....._ .. the Supreme'Court ta. l4g and Irani time to time tuna __. aet law -13/1 :1
thdIe. and righto af Thirty-ninth ,IJtfe, Senatorial Danrlct\ cad Judge ., the Circuit Court, __. n4 a.. apactfylng tn* pooora. fun all ana. ..- and) t-
-Jor alrparw ar for Ova ascii eonalat .* Monroe Oouaxy. The eligible to retire with sompaaaatlan pewss --- dieSo asS satlon *f Covnty Tax Ascacas d-I| : :
*bt.dneet and tntoreot Fortieth <40thl Senatorial Olatrtot Stall saay Instead af resigning elect t* roll'., Mtlon *d County Taxi #.odads- .. Paragrank. T .. title. Sactlak |
T** sjr UtIsaa*. aequto). eonaart of Washington and Calhauai Cooa ta which CM they shall b* :qualified tooatlnu salad ta tile Stat naragmpk ad thIs shah ............ provide by law far thai iJ I
a. rrniffrucUo ropalr. u... Nothing ........ Stall dlaturb the to perform an af th. functione lection, an*) .Stall Uk....... pravkt 55 ..tMaKPf e. tt9 KPaaMaMvflaavf ttt sTJ0 .. Mksxt I 'I
nnnlmance at roada.Mrhta ThIrty-eKht <.) axlating Senatorial Diatrlcta. .. their reapeotlve offices when called upon .law foq the xtanalon aa the .eameat County Tarn AMI anr .. .11 tones lavtodl
ale of way thor*. A special election ahall be ealledIn by the Chief Juatlc. If It be e Buprem* rail af th* County Taa .. all by Ik* Stoto, County. 1.fl S
Of all Stoto *xcla* She said Thirty-ninth (JOO' SaaatortalDlatrlct Court Justice ar by the Senior Circuit laxas levied by the Stats. County County Board, ahead Dlstirlet.c.-TasiBctmol KEEP YOUR., ,
Nlelr.d upn gasoline and la tho said rortloUi teeth* "..".. of bIB Circuit If H .be a Judas ofth school Board. School Dlstrlcto.rax Special rMrtrlcto and Munlcki. arltloa.SBCTION i
,.. __",-a... School Dlstrlcw. Port Olatrlcto Orals-
wad onatorlal DIetri'illia Circuit Court. They shall amorally If I. Frera and after January
fu.l. t the. lou, (n>> day. after the electtoa .to ISIS, toelect receive tile same retirement eiiaaiiansailnsi lg. Districts and any atM lazing dxvBlcw I. M**. the County Tax: \
151k. u product. a Senator from each a. said Dtatrkoto. as If they. bRd............ Upon. assignment and munletpalMl. a hum taxes ta Ike C aunty af PmeBaa Blots of Florida HOME
I, th.ta S.e, Drossi- TII..tor.-- from the by tile Governor. to say other circuit o au7 k* sainiid by th* County Tapur saaB aan-ot *B M.a* tovtod ta I r
'_4 pwp_ th.sit TKIrty-alnta 3Mbl Senatorial Dlatrtot such retired Circuit Judge Stall b-as _. in 5 loas parsp.aySS
the owsety by B>* Stoto, Cauaty. Ceantrokaal
I, Stall hold erflao fleas hie. --. tara have tb. _.. Jurlsdlettoa and power. thid aarttBcnoN .. Baatd. Snkial DMrloto, Bpirtali I 'i r
Sw. g& as sthas term ending. an the firS Tueaitoy altar aa thar Circuit Judaea.. Pie such *.-. Prose and after January. Tax giikisil DUUIsts and MnnlstjMlMtoa, ,
d leusiras. avish.redi. Hu ...... Monday to January. IMkl; sadlha tired. Justice ar Judge shall k* required I. 15. the County Tax Collector Ilia a. Tba l.sglslstuv. shad at the tadHlaby .. WARM
be bm by Sanator aleetod from the. rorUatk4tk to perform dirtlo without hl. lliuaat. nisi IT .. Baaassa Stoto of Florida I- 04 .-. ... 05. Now 50uiee
as. ti,. Fs-s- retained < > Bsaatortol District ehaU head ecOa Call to duty may b* by .spselsl *r gaarevocable atoll collect all tome levied ta Bto County. thers.4y asset _'..Sa5 Oh.pews. .
the from his eleettoa lot a torai ending s. oat 5,4.,. Aay Justice arT .totk* ....... County. Cousrty S shallBoard _ttu S.thse s.dus.
S.s this Brat Tuesday arts the fbttMonda* Judge. asay .bees -s.4 550555 Sihul D5_. Bpsrlal Taxi\ .. Co .Tee CeSssSs, *

,e. bsal ead by the in ,.,-eI-.I.-... .N-s IS. s.d add Oheafl DinUOSw SteS Se.star. eas.thist within i.e '=-:; ==:'--7: :. -Ira ill tha.Planless.s.. say Part-Bkajluto.a..... Prabnaaai -..... hi F__ew._ I 04 as ;(; .... ,. HEALTHFUL 1 ,

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ead assSI Isecd.as Precid.dl 1a5in1555 in author.M.d theN .0 Ohs Oh-s Cee.6. 5. the e.Wsae. of So. ,
DJ.. in 5 list _1-4' 04 5pa :
by. low be slier as aboi .Id II CIA L .= -'
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5, Iq -4 JOINT nnnourrtON. IT spaaing an ......._ -sOS inwe ..."ying the 0001W IOHCWrICN P. "' iE I
pred.4 by the Lme.g.e.s, to AiUel VUI .. the C.caUhaute. 55555e. 455 s.d si-. 0---t 50 A, V 04 as AT LOW
-wUDeai al dirsetag t. Set. res .own lots HHOUITIOII wo. $70 i .. Ik* Stale *f Ftorkta maNes toaf .. County: Ta Catlesas, t ta54a 1115 04. 50 sdSwg aciet. t
s e. p.s.sthalest A JOINT aUMOArnoM. zf.'iN1tIttaC : \-:: r=--, .. P..eas_ the *5 Sect paaagasssj of thai -. sad ---- = ==. odsilos 50 as -=
th0eas Lay t .4 SeeS.. 4. s.ilaLtes toaea. by addrag Iharils adaartSMto 555 .. raw pan Ids sat tb* e.Usstin.5 .. 5 .e .4 Sw 45 .. 5 e ;1.
cttha5e. .. the StOH .4 to aravbto. tlto* to to* a'i s.d dl_ "_ .0 a. o..t .. 1-s.d 5 COST 1 'I
alt.R..s be lbs siibiS* ..1S. -- .= .4 5aus$ LaaC. Stoto ad Ptortda, locH """"'-.d bp as cOHIATI .-. .......... ........ ,
5.thM0 in lbs .as 1taea.. the :.... Tag Aeeows, .sN the =-1.U .... e.x.. 1 Ii In 'OH .a. S : !' (I :
in lo seethe. -e. _. SO 5 CeuatI' 5 pt-IS-s L4 tIP' m STArS otI PLOs. < eadt Iq III :. yr SOLY In YOHYtrSI lAG..... .4 _... She. -... *. ... s.d -. L ...... AiSe). V .0 5 r BAST TERMS: AVAILABLK ON HKATCRS ,
in ..eSIS. or TRI S'YATU' otI rLoWAzIWCTION of ..... .. s Is aIs5. ,, 1 '
L ftoIt the f.l1.wla. MYJWr II ottmo 110. OH 5- a_ .1t V' __ 50 bebee. '
.. .- I" _Ss_ .. *1555 DISt. .. =II'I... A JOINT BBSOUITIOir propastog asi sseSs. H .0 eS4 .5be \,
.Ciinb.OH .. -P .... ted PIous. .... 5C ,a-----. to Artieto TIll *f the Canno 1-' be Ste .i.jNas 54 S. ".... .. Com In today arid: inv"stfgat0 our Getting1 the jump ahead'.of "Ole t r. i
we-. flMP 54 -.IoS.0Oh. Tee e.-, thai .psilou as .. 5 of Plecids asiahes lbs c-4 .0 .s..sd 50 e.d 5 ___ f

it S. LIheIth'. thRe. s.dreuitsrstie. .... .. -----4 51.alU besse 504 .._.. s.d 5 in FKKK!: : KUEL!: OIL YLAN.-A"pl;" j i )
d s, in .SarebP saveed H s.d1L n BJMOLTVBB SI 'I"IIJI LSGIM.A- aoUocUoa of tax**, by adding tfraM sgpaad to sam saaB b. sal-isl VE %al1d be .b.- be use starbele sO OP THxTsTATB OF flOSWAOThat additional Bcttoa to preside that ta .... all tola .. as* BMto .. Fisvlsairettfimsttaa 5 n'Viliter"con.ultCMIr.n"atin.-I\! fJ'II .
ATI sy TEl Stale .. r .... 4as eaUSead.S astaste. ": tile following Aaiondraant to ,.,. the Cavnty .. Votuala. Stoto af Florida. .or ..4.tt56 the Oe.d: you can't afford to niM. A plan ofBavinjrs f. "
Oyste 55 ::, irell Ositurel StSCtisC ... Vtn of tile Canatltutloa Ih* SUM the County Tee Ommr ahan aaaaoa the Bectlon to bo bald on tk* PIeS T cool l L:; : 'p'pJ
X11 AstrodIneatta.. See.d .bald in Noviniber. I": th51 OS be .. Florida relative to tk. ......inan and pmpal ty .. the County tor the purpose day. aftar the First 1 1IMS ....... in Nars.bir. -A. plan of preparedness. A :
Con.tiiutis. sat that Section "t A rueiaMi'Canatitutloa .. the ...._ ., all texas la tile CobOl *f of levying, .. County Sctiool end .. faiioweSBCTtON. come.: it. ,
e.d S Othaling sduee. ., the State ef fTortdo Stall Saint Lucia. Stats af Florida ay. adding Municipal toxas levied by the Stato. eg. .Th* Judas ef the o..t plan J that sifvelv) m"<)tisFUEE : '
to shall be sub- he ameaded s.d as amended. dosS reed theroto addHlonal aeotlaos to b* knows. CGu""' County School Board. School .. Monord ta and. for gotamhta Cawn.ty SEE YOUR NftRGE DEALER .j', 'I
,.twwtecu .4 the Blat. ..4S ** tnllo..., .. gcctloai II and Sectloa 14. be and the Dlrtrlcta. Special las School Dtetrletamd ....n heraaftor be ehwtod by aa* -4 ;
alt,.. rejection at ""SBCTIO J. L..wI. _.*. ai..lIfte.. earns Is hereby agreed to and ahall be Municipalities .. the County, and. qnallOod oloctaro ., sit Count aaathor :; FUEL: OIL -NOW- .i ,
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b.i4 th electors ef th* Statoaf that the County Tee Collector shall ec State and County effldal 5relcitsd ii
and aasm- to *
tie.... _'.rI_ ete. Senators euhmlttod .... _ _ _ it I I.VI
Florida. for ratlflcatioa or raMeUoa .sit eahl tax.BB .1 tot e tatsi of Mc tat ...... Ta.fir. : ,
,, let Yb.w here .. I". BOUM of RI5TeeIStattvasshah .. the General EVo tloa to b* hold on IT rUftOLATED' BT TIn LBOTXA- .. ....- for .W .05.s IlIaD 'I
the by the b. Mr slUtodactor, to the first Tuesday afur the flrat atoodey rung OP TIn STATE OF. rUOItlDA _Id.. Ste Oeaooi __ .. lane Ii
in UcStlOn .4 .. _u.. eounUes and dttrteto far the_.m_. 1-. .. follow. Thai the following aanondman .. Afllele .. .nd sub.squs.S ._ St.U 55 kind LET US INSPECT YOUR HOME !
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asSsrIud, which they were TIM pe" CCT10N U. i. From and ftor Jannarr VUI .. the Conatltutaoai* .. Ills. earS. ins 44) Ohsroaflo.Tb. d ',
U ..w.base of the Senate sad -- ..41t.pieesetativs 1, 19*. the County Tex Aaaoaaarka lIsle .. Florid ralatlv. to th* naai e Srct here .. .,,.. e.4Nz .
0 bars shell be tea della" 5 day the County af Sain Lu_. Stow of neat aad ooUactlca .. an toxcs .. the. .. =t than begta. as VwetTsi AND ADVISE YOU ON ADEQUATE : t:
each .day .f aseelee:sad is addtoIoaJ1 -,, PlasldSt insow all pr-ia br all c.u.-. .0 V. Stela._ 04 r- byddlod .... aStir as r&nII& ie4ay 50 Joup. t .-4 5 I.. :1C' : ,
0.tith be0554. .or sub- be 54 << "
Sea Ohersta they -ir5 IHI.Aity .
aee.. -- .- th.. asuass. ..... =..c bSth1edStats. :. Cooney 5ie. is --1". s.ssay too sell '-" I HEATERS 1" ,: : l
S pastict- fifty eesw C 451 daP 54 the CcJtIDtJP. C..mp School board. .54 in boety Hwe.4 be .55WS p-use. be add VieS Tu-. silo ,FREE. WE PREFER TO ;; ', ,
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*a BRADFORD coUNTY TEIJCORAPH.: STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, St-:

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t >y Party Birthday Party MrMr.. and Mr,.
Opens Birthday It
Club
i HonoredAt Woman's and
..# 4' : Mrs. Haynes Local'MtvsMr Mrs C whhb
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New Season With For Perman Roberts For Gale GilhoolyMr entertained Mr, Dtlhir
BridgeLuncheonThe end
CLUBSOffice Bethel ,
SOCIETY and of 11
; Panel DiscussionThe ; Mrs J. P. Roberta entertainedat .and Mrs; Mike Gilhooly Rhetta Shad CIncInnati,O.
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home on N. d Mrs. ot
O. L Beasley an Titus Olson
party ,
Residence lovely birthday party Satur- entertained at a birthday a chicken JackllOrtl'l1lt
Gladys Mooty Walnut Street was the scene of first meeting of the Starke afternoon from 3:30 to 5:30: for their daughter. Gale Elaine spent Sunday visiting friends Inger barbeue a' lilt
;? Phone 29 Editor Phone 33 a delightful bridge luncheon on Woman's Club was held Wednesday o'clockat day the Service Center on on her: second birthday anniversary at Fort White.'F J Thursday.cottage on Btdt I 4)

1 -- -- Wednesday when Mrs. Beasley afternoon' ''of last 'week,. following Church street for. her' son, Per- September 5. -
44 I r and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid entertained the usual summer recess. who wad celebrating his In
the members of the After- Junius M. Smith president man Many games were played THE FLORIDA
Mrs
Circle anniversary.The :
Business birthday AVIATION
Kite HostessTo alxth
Mrs.
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awardedto
and
noon Bridge Club, honoring MrsHope presided over the business meet Center was attractively the yard prizes ACAD tilt
Bridge Club Of Baptist WMS Haynes.The ng' and program.Mrs. decorated with bouquets of fall the winners. Announces The Re-Qpenlng Their

Elects New Officers rooms. of the home were R. A. Green chairman of flowers and native greenery. Mul- After delicious refreshments Training
Mrs J. R. Kite was hostess suite and artistic arrangements Academy On .October
r opened en Citizenship was in charge of the .tf-colored baloons and bubblegum were served to the fifty guests 3rd
ny to her State Farm Bridge Club\ "Africa" was the topic for the of varl-colored fall program and reported on an article were given to the youngster I?
Thursday afternoon of last week\ of the flowers were placed at pointsof from by the hosts, .assisted by Mrs. At Keystone Airpark. The
Business Woman's Circle "We're an Neighbors" I. plate favors. The refreshment opening will htatetvlde -
home In PInehurst sub- Starke four bridge tables Edna Stone and Mra Eva'Gen '
at her First Baptist Church of interest The the General Federation Clubwo- table was covered with an Breakfast Flight; cf Private ,Plane f'f'ltbl'8lJood h,
,:- 'i division. which held its< regular meeting were centered with minia- man In which the author, Mrs. appropriate paper birf day cloth try. little Gale opened her.' many stone Airpark Sunday morning and ,owner to
'I The home was attractively decorated Tuesday night. Sept. 7. In the An- ture bouqueta of fall blossoms T. C. Carroll. General Federation and centered with a beautiful lovely gifts.JAMES .. be hH In the a &rlnr' WD t J
t a' I with bowls tof:;:orchid asters nex. Mrs. Martha Pellum was the during the luncheon. Chairman of Citizenship, presented white cake embossed In orange ... afternoon. 111I
+4'I, and small white pompoms.A principal speaker of the evening. Several progressions of bridge I the challenge to women to and green. GUY BA'CKSHKAR The Public' I.. Cordially
Invited
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aalad'v:course luncheon wee Mrs C. A. Knight led the davotlonala were played and prizes were vote Mrs. Green then presented Mrs. Roberts' was assisted In
d'' I served folloWed,by three pgresslon. *o1 and Mrs. E. L. Biggs awarded to the winners. members of a panel Mrs. W. R. leading the children's games and Mr. and Mrs. James Black- We have a few openings available for loral
1 'Ctf I dclge. Mrs. ,P.. D. led the group In the Negro Spir- Mrs. Haynes, who la leaving Morse chairman Miss Lou Bey- serving refreshments to the !lf- shear of Starke announce the 'enrollment In either our Aviation or Electron!studepta dIOII

+ .t Fancher Sr. was the winner of itual "Swtng,Low Sweet Chariot" Starke soon to make her homeIn ota er. (recreation and school). .Dr, ty-one ,guests by Mrs. Curtis birth .of a.,son, James,Guy, on duress: can be taken under the o. i. BUI I of Cou"","
high prize and-fcMrs. M. E. Grin- Madison was the recipient J. W. Kaufman (churches), !, .. Information Rlldlta.
with Mrs.'E. C. Mann, Jr. singing Malor. .' Mrs.Edna Prevatt an4 see R. H.Drowning: POr
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4 }, l: er received .seiflHO' prize for club solo. farewell gift from her hostessesand M. Smith (Rot .ry). P. L. Bridgescity Mrs. R. S.tWaadln. : *,:\ v ". 'Tuesday Sept. In the Ala- DIFPt'tor,
the
Mrs ka.A': Green won with a sur- .' chuiy County1 Hospital. Before ,I "
w members Mrs. Elma Lee Hickey and also presented ( Council). H. A; Bishop/ Jr., "i' i ., I '
?. first prize fouhljtr). score for the' T. N. Hutchings were the >rlae handkerchief shower from (representing Lion' Club). The :' her marriage Mrs. Blackshear FLORIDA. AVIATION ACADEMY
{ Mm R. P, Stubbing Mrs. of the club and a Family: DinnerAt ''I
?4t 6 visitors, an.* hostesses for the evening following the members purpose of the panel .was to exchange was Miss Beverly Cady. I KEYSTQNE AIRPARK
} 't few of her close friends who
k received the bingo prize. the Missionary Program. Information regarding Shepherd HomeMrs.
# 1 Enjoying 'this affair with the The business session was presided were present at the luncheon.L alms for" developing: citizenship.

tp, i1 hostess and.members of the club over by Mrs. C. A...Knlght. ,'' D. Ha4na; .2nd CochairmanMrs end ftiacusalne possible.. way of I. P. Shepherd entertainedat and ..'
{ f were Mrs. R. A; Green, Miss The'[ pircle voted to contribute D. L. Thomas: '3rd Ce- mutual MrisUnc a combined birthday'party FLAVOR
t; : Evelyn Stump Miss Lillian to the fund for'>the pujplt. 'furhl- chairman Mrs W. B. Munday, Mr. Smith speaking for the family 'dinner 'Sunday Street.at Cele her :Makes It ,America's ''Nunber 1 Favoritel _
Stump and Mrs. J. M. Hembree. ture for the new church. The Jr.:' Rec'd Sec'y., Mrs. T. K. Mc- Rotarians; gave a report 'on the home on N. Cherry
members .were asked ,to"'advtse Clane, Jr.; Corresponding Sec'y.. Boy' Scout Building being' builton brating their Mr.birthday anniversaries whose '

a WSCS To Meet members, wishing to use church Mrs. R. C. Buford; Treasurer, City Park property and sponsored birthday were fell on the Shepherd 11th and his VALUE Make, It .Amerjca's Number 1, Buy! ..iaM
be moved the Club. Mr.
not
property that It can Mrs. J. D. Doyle; Business, Wo- by Rotary:
1. The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist from the church building for any man Advisor Mrs. Ralph Al- Bishop for the Lions Club, stated daughter Mrs. O. E. Miller. whose If high price have taken the ?t!
r K, Church will have Its regular ause. The following officers were varez; Press Reporter'Mrs. JamesW. that the club had purchased I birthday was on the 10th.A cheer ot of your morning cup
j business and program meeting elected for the year 1948-1949: Deaver 17 pair of glasses for school beautiful white birthday of Coffer join the'thou-

i.. ,,1 at the church next Monday, September Circle Chairman Mrs. C. A. The Business" Woman's Circle youngsters and will continue to and cake three decorated rosebuds with centered five roses the s t r t sands who have changed sasHs *>
20 at 3:30 o'clock. Knight 1st Co-chairman Mrs. have more examined. The Lions '
: ; the
of
will have charge
programat Coffee, and
to Aft P
..-,?,,y the State Farm this Fridays I Club is also sponsoring the protect the well appointed table. -W' MILD, & MELLOWto


";, 'I 11 If ALVAKEZ: ; 1'OjEi., :;i.J I please month.Its .Community meet Anyone at the wishing Mission church at for to 1:00 the:go. recreation until of program completed.lighting, stated has the that Miss baseball improved the Beyers recreation park as-, Mr.Charles birthdays Helping,and Shepherd Mrs.were to I.celebrate P.and Mr.Shepherd son and the, Chuck Mrs,two II,, now 12c make per savings pound!up >i Eight 0'clock 'I


Si ')'clock.SPECIALS .' Fresh Fruits &
A-1 many, have participated in the and Son, I. P. Ill, and 'Mr. a. Vegetables '
110'40c BAG?
i Recreation Institute. Need Is' tor E. Miller and aon. Jack. ( 1.15
'lud more to Join In the fun and help
.I
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Putnam Firm, RipeTOMATOES
put over the program. Older of and St. Petersburgare 2 IBs. 25c RED BOKAR f
Virginia
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group meets for fun and train. t
I of Mr. Putnam's cousin
guests CIRCLE
+ COFFEEFirm
1 ing on Thursday nights and the
.
,; Mrs. J. M. Mitchell.) '
young people on Friday nights : l' lb. bag
in' the USO building. All are Hard Heads 1 lb. bag +

1b e r Invited to participate.Mr. LETTUCE',2 heads 23c n
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'J .,'Bridges of the City Coun 43c 45cLarge
,
MAHOGANY BOOK CASES ':'
cit brought'' out the fact' that .B FLK Size; Crisp \ .' _.,;
,11111 \ 0 the C ty'* Interest right now 'lsn STARKE CARROTS ,2 bunches 19c /.i

k extending Its sewerage system
) h'J Glass Doors To Protect Your Hooks
; 0 and the development of parkathe Sun., Mon., Sept. .19, 20 ,
Firm White HeadsCAULIFLOWER
City Park and the School

Beautiful Hardwood. Construction Athletic Field. Cooperation Is ,, BLACK BART head:' 27c' ,Jewel Shortening, To. 32
still needed to complete the City Yvonne DrCarlo Dan Duryea,
Park. 'The Woman's Club has a Jeffrey Lynn .
ONLY .$38:65Come : made plans to help by planting Ii j;Also. "Overnight Jury;. "The California 36's :- i Peter PanPeanut ,

shrubbery there. Mrs. Morse Pinging Barber", latest News CANTALOUPES, 2.for 3Sc Butter, 12 z. 35<
-
spoke of need for a census of ....
'children of school and the
iJ, 4 'r -; In And See These Beautiful Book Cases ; need of an attendance age assistantfor 'i. TUf'II., Sept. 21 ONLY Sweet Juicy I Johnson's

;} i a,' ,'." . ti the schools of 'the County.Dr. Road To 'Hollywood Seedless GRAPES, 2 Ibs., .' 19c WAX, half-gal. 1.6
Kaufman observed that the
.tk
.; ; i "WHITE .,WAY"" ..BED, LAMPS, most important ,agency now for With Shorts Blng& News Crosby Lux'' Flakes ,lg. 33.Lifebouy <
u ;ti' Rome .
the development 'of Citizenship, : Beauty. ',
HEAVY DUTY ,. $2.95 Value Is the well operated public school.It Cooking APPLES 2 l lbs. ,19c
t. -9
; .. Soap <
1 should be placed ahead of wen, Thuro, Sept. 22,, 23.T .. reg.
ONL $1.95 other agencies, but is most able ,;I DOUBLE FEATURE,, *tv '

i WASHING MACHINES t <, : to cope with the- problem. which !I BETRAYED 1 ew.Yorkw&ta1XeUovv', $??! : ;. RINSO lg. . 4 33
::1 9'' arise. "Working with children '
: CORN, 5 ears" '. : I'=:1 .
makes for good citizenship". he, test:: Mltchum. Dean Jagger 2Sc'L
.
NOW ONLY. SEE OUR concluded.. ANDADVENTURES ux Soap, reg. 9 9r <

4 139.50 O" ID1! 1 1& WOOD Following' the panel, the meet- ., OF Jim Dandy ,

HEATERS ing was adjourned for a social I DON COYOTE GRITS, 5 lbs. .c::.. 43c ( :
r period, during which refreshments
i 1M Made By Conlon IJro were served by the Hostesses: ( dexo Shortening
With Franc I
a Rafferty
": ,. You May. Purchase. On Our- fludfet plan While"We Have A Mrs L. A. Davis, Mrs. J. R. { Also! latest News Spry Shortening' 3 Ib. 1.12 ,
a Complete Line Kite Mr.. R. A. Green Mrs. W. ,
.r 3 LB. CAN
R. Morse, Mrs. T, H, Osborne, (
I Fri Sat., 24. 25 I
NEW SHIPMENT QE ,n r. w VW'JJ i and Mrs.. W. H. Hart. ,.._ DOUBLE? FEATURE Sept.! White House' 1.07

I Mr. and Mrs.-,Junius Smith and 'VThc L. CHALLENGE Milk 3 tall 43cAnn
'S'UITS.- Just Arrived cans -
h BEDROOM family, Joan Butch and Bob Starting Tom Otmvay as ,
I I moved back to their home on .Bulldog Drununoml
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Madison Stre Wednesday, after AND PageSalad .r .
IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT spending the summer at Kings- "
ley Lake. .. Singing OutlawWith 35c
Dressing pt.
? Bob Baker Octagon Soap

Denmark Furniture Co. Billy Smith, son of L.F.. Smith, Also "Daddy Duck" Cartoon &
Sr., Is entering his freshman Chap. 13 "Dick Tracy Returns" Ann PageBeans In Tomato Sauce 3 BARS

'PHONE 151 STARKE. FIA. year at the University of Florida .. .. t
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: MB f1't'olvN tv;,,;% 0.KV;, /.f Sparkle OleomargarineGelatin

I Our Modern, Sanitary Meat-Curing And F V&sv&CAr i"MA&UIY-iAVi yT A IfK.SON'*% v 3 f for. - 20c 1 LB. I

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e many I uII.lovino avorire sport 01,,80
>. Flakes -
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LI ooded 1I0rouI. red
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Owners b.. 'dn..nd women 1 ... I
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r out race o thew,open and hill;dmbdl.j!' uranCe They run.set. IN I OUR MARKET
to
Me ts'ar', a "..11, Bright SailAmmonia
I"ft i1 : ? trip., Don't ';:'jroriorr' '4c., ;see,. 1. 1

--1( many llmes-.hen. rleu".n." roll lor up Road so Dressed-drawn FRYERS, Ib.69c 30 "+
w. Jl.rI.Y.Dav mile/ APennMotor
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5'eond. ..ekesecfor, the 1wPPiest. Rib STEAK (the best), Ib. 69c ,Oil, qt. -
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"_.\ Pork LIVER (fresh) lb. 43c; Jam 3
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." Pork CHOPS lean SultanV lb I:
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I' 'Apple Butter -_- '

1iM .\ Wisconsin ,CHEESE, Ib.I 67c. J lona Sweet |J '"17

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k .s mo k e lb. 49c U 01-

.. White HouseCondensed
-- Brisket BEEF lb. Milk 22
39c
Where The -
Meat Department
: Pictured Above Is Our Wholesale And Retail
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__1 r1 Finest'! In Meats Are Available At All Times For Our Customers.' Sunnyfield BACON, lb. 77c PAIN OB SELF RISlsa

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;y yt .'FACILITIES' \' AVAILABLE, MULLET; :fresh, .)h. 25c : WHA-f-l-O-U-R
SUGAR CURE & SMOKE HOUSE

'.j t tt 1 1 WHITINGS, headless, lb. 17c 25 Ibs. -150

MARKET & COLD STORAGEWashington .. ,r
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STUART'S NO.,,2 CAN
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CYCLE SHOP '
CREAM
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OUR CURING & COLD'STORAGE PLANT WILL OPEN OCT. 1 Temple Starke Av,. Florida ft lath 8t 15c







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M8y1t 11.. 1fN8'i BK.'DFOR.D COCIITV'TE% RAPn. STARK FLORIDA ..J '
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Mr.. Thelma Dyal has returned Mrs. Joka Love Wilkes of Mr., and Mrs. C. H. Quick will Mr.., and Mrs. Wilbur Scott returned -I After having spent a week W. 8.of Koch Arcadia and pent Richard Tuesday'AI- I i

Web to her home at 115 W, Jacksonville was the guest of return home Monday from Collins, last Friday from a week'! with her mother, Mrs Laura I. brltton with Mr. and Mr.. L. W. '
telri' 1 ws'JIe Mrs. A. Z. AdkmS Misa. Where they have been visiting tour through South Florida visit. I, Powell Mrs. Harold Ford accom- nlghf ; '
t S of LOCAL Madtson street from the Shady, Judge an panied by her sister, ,Mrs. P. O. Koch ,while enrout to, New York: r I'
chat Hospital where she underwent -' last weefc. Mr. Quick's brother the J lag friends and relative r
Wells of ten Misses Lila Ray and Mary Jo Carpenter, returned to their ""I
Mrs. M. C. past days.
bl -------- 4 an operation recently. .Mr and 1 City.Mrs. Is' leaving"Sunday
GrtffU
Seotltu4& '' J.H. Caldwell Alex Yawn and A. W. home In Cocoa. E. L.
'W.' It PAYS to TRADE with &LADK. Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Miss Frances Morgan daughter North- ,
Mrs. Mary C. Colson S. G. Denmark I Genii for her home in .
Lamar, and MIIIII and Sylvia}\ Morse will return Mrs. Emalyn Mathews spent Wells '*>f Jacksonville are occupying of Mr,. and Mrs., M. M. Morgan Anderson, Jr. spent Sunday at' ,, Comer Perryman and" England for a five I. 1

col Laura Jove apend to their tudle* at Stetson Urilverslty the weekend with Miss Katy, the O. L. Beasley Cottage of Starke,, his entered nurses'!' Jacksonville Beach. Fogg have 'returned from Beth: months hampton visit with friends and ,

of Quincy the are Mitchell. this week Maude .sterllng In Graham.; on Klngaley Lake for the' next I training at the Alachua CountyHospital I' Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hailc. Jr. lehem Pa. where Comer,wa* em- relatives. .She plans to bring; her i!
*t week Gainesville. of their home 4
1.tk :' Mtdf'x3bi'stela[ 'Of JaclcSon1! Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs two in Miami returned to ployed with Western Electric sisters back to' 'j
Klrgalj1, Lake drove Tampa )tr.., -N. M. McGee of Stuart I Mr. and Mrs Quy Andrews I Tuesday after spending ten days Gene with Bethlehem Steel two younger their'
.Carrie villa was a recentguest of her to recently; to and, Starke with her 'to make .
and Mrs. U the guest 6f'Sheriff and; Mr*. were Va. visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. O. summer t Both '
loW father Van Patel: and family. bring; back Mrs. Dobbs' mother, called to Wythevtlle. Cis. during the home. It
FrlcI8y
Jaat lln.. Ead.rldge: Smith and daughter Mrs. Ines Kelley tad ''their, JU O. Andreu this wk. this' week by the critical illness Haiti, Sr. While here they took wlll" return to their studies at Marshall II I i
Brbe! UMCD)W U Diana have returned from a daughter Eloise Dobbs, who, ,Mia Connie Knight, of K.y.Stone and death of Mrs Andrews' short trip to St. Augustine, Live the University. of Florida next Mr. and Mrs. are Dwight visiting Mrs. Ir I f II ,

vIII. .' vacation of several W'eekl'In have Been vacationing there.. for' Height wato' the overnight father ,Mr. Saunder Funeral Oak and Jacksonville. week. of Apalachicola Mr. 'and Mru I
Mre M. B. Herlonr the mountains. the summer. ;guest last '.I Iday of Ml*,* service were held Thursday. Mrs Lettle Parker of Jacksonville Mr.' and Mr. Charle-.Fritsch Marshall' parents this .week.. I," I

Old. around the prct.O1m Mr. and Mrs, C. L.. Stock. Mr. and Mr*. TPwmtls 'Mor Sarah 'Barefoot., Mr. and 'Mrs.- J. F. Robb and iwss-- the weekend guest of and daughter of Sunman.. Ind. Ben Rowland. I
vacation tripGlin :: \ Well I Dallas ,Miss Beryl Jean: St. Peter of and. son-in-law and Mr. FIelds and -.._- _____ ------------ \
to a of Eustl, former residents gan of Texas Mrs Jadh children Mrs ,Chris Stanton her daughter. are visiting Mr* J. H. 0'
' It, !, of North,Carolina.' .,, of Mia Florence P.
tfttllll! wn'Galloway'' and, their back home and Mrs. Robert Cox of Dallas guest: of Mrs. J'ay'QIU. H 'and
e -.' j. way from Brown and Mr. and Mrs:' Harry '/1 Mrs. Jeannette C. Young Q. L..Patten- spent' Monday
titer: Linda Sue of k vacation In the North. Texas ,and Atlanta Ga., have *. Mrs. J. 8. Batch and Mrs'Eleanor attending a family reunion In Tuesday -Tallahassee on busi !
nt last weekend with Mia Clarice Thomas and Miss been the guE<8ta,of?Mr.' and Mrs Mooty.Mrs. W B. Alexander had. asher Rankin' of Johnson City, Pittsburgh Pa. this month while JfffP! !

;'./. father Vaj T!- Virginia Sewell'' have received Edward Burns ,*::1:_ their, cottage' guest Friday of last week Tenn. are'. house guests of :Mr. vacationing; from her duties at ;
nlly.\ graduate certificate and Mrs. on Klngsley X.s.ko. and Mrs. J. R. Kit. the library. Mrs. Shirley Brannan I Ir"
Mrs M. L. 'I
w Mitchell of LakelaYid' 1 1IIkJand '_Lonliw" C. r.roeby'a tempory Mrs.. R. 1.. McDowell of > cksqnvlll her mother. and;Earl Summer May andJ .Mr* R, P. Stubblns. $a'. of Of .South Starke I Is serving as ness.CARPENTER'S '-. ,: ti "I' I
-Ha :the certificate from the.' Stare Department Ie.spending this week nard absence. : '
tL to, Calif. Tallahassee Is visiting. herson librarian in Mrs. Young's \ e 'r ; 7il" ;
R./'Mone/ of High Spring 2
True Western
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Wells:. Education.. with her father'! John: Uglow and : I..r.na
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cousin 'Jlias .. ., ., and and fanrtly. Dr. and Mr* R P. Mr. and Mrs. James HolllnRs- .
I' I II rMra. Xustl McKnlght In d*>
I I IMr. I n. D. WmmwrJrht Jr., J.. P. at.terKn.: C..F, Ward.. ,f' 'belore 'Btubbins, ,Jr. -, worth and son of Clinton Tenn. styling .'
and
"ibave 'retunucf -
.: John a. Dye Roberts and Charley Johns of Mr. .Jr ''C. Afannlng' spent .daughter,from Newolon* !!. Ci h i M*.'jpitd Mr*. RM'A., Oreen and lulu'! arrive here this weekend to colors to cor. ,':
t Lauderdale recentlytheir Starke "and Chaplin Ray Y. W l- Sunday' with her daughter Mr*. I apn. 'Wllllain'-Tisrrts,'' were>in pcnd a month with Mr. Holl- rat the hart I ." .
had ,, the '
beautiful new: dolVtef Lake, Butler attended the I*. .E. Colson in"Lake Butler. where they pent "fUm; i Jacksonville h on ",lnells' MOftday.I ingsworth's parents, Mr.' and Mr.' of any young I
ha1 ,
KInpley I..l ke. Th I special session, of the Legislature ,Mr,-S. U: Peek' is 'visiting mer. Mrs.duties McKnlghjt. Nurse.'re. ,and Mrs. "A. 'E;;>' Crosby r, C. Hollingsworth. Mr. Ilolllngs- at.,. :I I

'moat of helr timly :1ft Tallahassee the 'earlY part of hp>"elster, *rs. DeWItt (C. Jones sumed ter 0 as Field '. ,I and Mr v. Ho'; Po, Oalney of.Qfbokr : worth Is connected with the Martin ..> :I'. i
at the Clinic .
and plan evrttuje the Week: Mrs. Wainwright ac In CatoeBvtlle and Mr*. George I and Albert Sur- ., nave returned: .. from a five Funeral Home in Clinton. 495''
it their- permanent. companled "Mr. Wainwright.,., Marks' In Deland thisweek..'' ; ErnestHenry'tit Adele Ga. were guests weeks' to'ur to the Orarid Canyon, Mrs W. J\ Epperson Sr. and 1 1jjkds
Mrs. Mae ,Mosley I has 1-etUrned -' T-8 'Hmvard C. Manning,,, who. rency Phoenix 'Arts Galveston, Texas Mrs. tJ. A: Anderson attended
ItoTRADE with 81ADE. from a month's visit with Mr t I. stationed .at the' 'Army'' AirBase of Mr.' Mra..P.M.,, Barefooton aad.Curango/ Colo. the' funeral of Mrs. Epperson'sbrother ,,,' : t

and Mrs. C.. W. Johnson In at ,Tampa, sperst5*tbevweek-, 1 Sunday!! 0' Mrs.\'"Willie Mae Denton and !>> W.. P. Knight, In Madison r

'tawrl Rome.. Ga.--.. 4 end '.wJth) '"hI,..' mother' "I:'*.*"*va.., .fit. PAYS to TRADE with SLADB. Mrs.. Ruth Frazier, members of L last Friday '
tt4Sr : Mr. and Mrs. A.. D. Martin
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oil KACHE4If1p Miss Mary Jo Cal'dwell returned Manning: the faculty at BHS received Coach anti Mrs. L. J. Funder- ,
Mr.' and Mrs. .Arch Dobbs spent, a few days in Miami last ,
,
Monday to her position as registered Bachelor of Arts degrees in education burk were weekend guests of Mr "
for Baafcacna. friends and rela-
OoILln.11'wlIbta. ",__ nurse in Charity HonpitnlNew1 of State Farm visited Mr. and week visiting on Sept. 24 at the University and Mrs Mike Funderburk In .
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Mrs.
pana..s Let Alton Dobba 'last Friday.Mr. of Florida. PRESCRIPTION
krlLallR8 Orleans Keystone Heights
ew,.DOD.ID-I'and a.'US aakl... end dtud .- a two week, La.vacation, after with enjoying her -and Mrs, O., 1.. Beasley .3.. 'H. Dupre was In Madison. I' :her and Mrs. M. Chlldreas haveas Mr. and Mrs. A.. D.' Martin PHARMACIST t t

M.lr,C..te.Cuba eo"pI_ parents, :'Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell moved back to tewn Thursday last week. on business., of MI.amt their guest, Mr. 'and Mrs. made a business trip to Orlando '1\\
iano back guaranteed. Aak& after spending the ''two Mrs Stella Andrew -
past Judson Bowman of Rlchland, Tuesday.Mr. .
'/g Cprs &oda,. at the State Farm. weeks at their summer cottageon ,spent Tuesday with her cousin .1; Va. and Mr. and Mrs. T., E. and Mrs. James Reddish Phone 64 STARKE The i .' '

I "........- Kingsley Lake ,' Mr*. P. M. Barefoot. 1 1HOTPOINT' \ Lambert and daughter, Cookie spent'a few days this week with On-the-Mlnit Service SMART SHOE ; x:

and Mrs. Vernon Reynolds oj Mr.' and Mrs. Bill Brinson In xt

Bandy, Va. Valdosta. .-. T ..
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Rom where I sit ... // Joe Marsh '' : : "

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f "Farming". Versus"Ranching" Immediate DeliveryPRICED SET YOUR BUDGET RIGHT .AT :. ;,' t.,1


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STARKE I
I come editors who rqain gather now and then for-a barbecue ., 1
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la of beer. 113 EAST '
and friendly glass
D Heir papers- a ''I't' '.
\\tn there's mostly eattleAacI from where I sit.that aboutrai.lngabout FROM 'FLA.COVT. t 1
the dif CALL ST. "
t sons it up. Ranchers may hay. I
.!hue might be between '.different names for things or grow 1

d I ranching. different crops Bat all over America 15995 : ,I ::,

3 32 U told me: "Joe, there's folks who work the land share ..' I
ference between eattleI -' 'Ith_ common traits of hard work. '

I farmers. We make our sober moderation and good fellowship : :

i the land like your folks whether they're growing eat- .- t
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Vt i the same .-H Clubs 'tie for beef or barley for good r-1, I'I'I '

; the same problem American beer and ale. ,i I It
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| ind marketing. t. IpI, GRADED MEATSSMOKED II '''WESTERN" :1 1l ,

16tbtl j it comei to recreation / N !
lie ume liking to get to C7' ,- j. kc

I SIRLOINSteak Cat 4III/l I I II Roast : "

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INSURANCE; i: ; ,fit .,, SAUSAGE,' LB .,: --29c )., ?* .. R :Ir

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E-Z TERMS WIS. TASTY CHEESE LB. 49c' .\ Jlt' 1
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C. WALL AGENCY 39 39 i'l' JI t
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Electric Cooking15.:1
Wire Your, House For ''' I .
HOG CHITT'LINGS, LB. 25c"" t' ,
PLEASE PHONE 146 (((1f not over 50 !feet of cable is required.) ,1

Constant Service Over 50 YearsLASSIFIED (
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WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE RIB OR LB. Hi f '.:
Beef STEW I
1IRISKET 29c' ''I I'' ;

I 222-221 'Temple Ave. :Phone 16'6 ,J,
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Established: 1928SPECIALS ;

FOR SALE AT BARGAIN: 3 kero- I ,WESTERN
WATTRESSES ranges 1 coal rant I PorK CHops LB. i
ALL KINDSIUAOVATED 7:3.. nan Co., two door front END CUT 49C i
railroad track on Call St. tt
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LOST IN STARKE early In AU.: '
Small' cold club pin MaltoxaeroH
shape, 12 email. pear 10. around J j
edge, Old Engllah: "K" In Sliced Bacon RINDLESS LB.
black settlnir Vivian Duncan,care :
i1Fnt this: newspaper.. 2tp 917 I 49cI

FOR RENT:. : Oaraws' apartment; one 'L I
.badroctm apartment; also four '
of floor may beerred 1 FOR I
ITl'RE ...' entire upper or s" two 2-room No. 303 Can HoLsum DeLuxe Plum or Apricot '

)PROLSTERED'D I anartmenta.all time..Hot led and N. cold Cherry waterat St. Trk: : j h
BKTIMSHCDfi :
Sliced i lie ;
PRESERVES
0.17pY SATURDAY 12
p A Card alp FRIDAY - oz. .glass 15c

GS MA TRESS CO. .n SALE: 5-room cottage and 8
I |:alt Pmlatka FU. 'lot In between tight. Ralford of hlKhway.and Lake Halfway & MONDAY ONLY Riceland, Tender Grain

Kntler. 4'lnMe to church at Johna RINSO 29c
Large pkg.
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to-va. f350. Writ tn following :
FOR SALE aildrMiii: Samuel E. Wilson, FortGeorge RICE 3 Ib. pkg. - 39c :
..! Fla. alp 9-17 ,
l 3.8F..p.onreald.nc.: .,' FARMAT: A TRACTOR with cultivator Calif. Golden; Halves Sun-Drenched \
""In nf btarke, Juat oonl.Tapagr fertilizer distributor and Armour's 1
: half cash .planter, for ..al In. Priced right, I PEACHES No. 25cRallard's ;
\ toner,?. BlockRyatAaltctlin E. K.VftKdln. 3 oil north of Wal. Manhattan And Mark Twain 2'/2 can !
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town do nn Rt. 200. lip 9-17 Pure LARD 1 lbs .; 25c :
a, :sr'zt'8", -
CULLED' & lNOOL'U.\TEn Whit. .
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: ObeliakFLOUR,51b.box e
11ar'Ift d. roiT'm""i'11" Bloclc''i"i Hock and Mew Hampshire pulletsfor
Stepping .nale. No irueim work. Prevent DRESS SHIRTSFormerly 1 Plantation .it
.. Plen. llorl.r: Mix 79 percent. C.. W. 38c ,
Production "1 1 ml..a.t. at Jne'HOM1I - -
'ck .
hauling, Flit'dirt torLOTS on highway. lip
Ja't: I OLEOMARGARINE 1 ft 27c
:
I In Mtjr limits of FOR SALE' : Apartment else. gasetove ,' l
/1:0 hlrh "grqund UOO up. need about 1O dll.1I.. Perfect $3.95 Fn"i v Calif. New' Pack t

'"f. .type per of moo bulldinc con- Mrs. condition.J. p. Seymour Hell ,rea N..onably Water,:! CATSUP. 14 bottle 15c SPRY 3 lb. '' I'' '
ncH Htarhe, lip oz.- :
2t ASn Mad,'l.le OClvanized per yard Pip.In, ; 235 Wit. Ar-RBf. 15/1/ tillable, balance. 2.85' can ,- ..,., 98cHOME (: '

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'01 i 4.Wh..1 pasture and pin.s.ure. fencedtrlclly. - '
drlve -
Ilh 10 dump 4-room h" RE.* w--------------- "' -
3 In ton winch.. Pigs, horse Ford truck S5 perantree - - 1, li
Ed.ud FtriEEHi, .0 CO. *. burn end corn rrlb. $ P... M 100, West, Starke. JKrd. _
12 \ JjP .

L YOUR TIMBER FOR SALE OR RENTHonnea: .. I I : GROWN STAY IAN
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lake, chicken -
NOW furnished ranch.otOR., and business-nn. propertv ALL LADIES'SUMMER .' FRUITS
st t Cash Prices Paid \\'. !R" filhlev. box 183. Starke. '
Fla. Highway 100 Itp WINESAPPEANUTS
11R L Rt7Yis GREEN
BULK i FOR RENT 2-rnom cottage apartment -
OR i IX UNIT lnclndln, screened. porch. SHOES VEGETABLES
Clove and hentElectric
private bath van
I refrlratnr )f... J. r.I ;1I (I rr't
y
"lW: PECK I Simmons 214 \V, Midlaon. Itp APPLES 1 M
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P. O. I ,
Bn 1: 463 HAlTKBedroom furniture, kitchen
,FOR $2.05DRESSES
y r41
.aintsvill table and chalrn. .gassrnveIn i
Fla.
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good condition. Mr Bnuviar.State GOLDEN RIPE .
HPHUBNBR 3LBS35c
Farm.
a POStcard And .SANDALSROBBINS' ;
and I LB. I
R COIn Me CALORIC "a. .raaa.l,... ,'- Sr r r rjJ
.t.
You. .ittGm .1 iHar..ln .at 5IeO 11I ll tly
I On.refrlreratnr..5 cu. ft. Kelvlnalor Bargain at el.ctrle 1125.On -. 3''

.bllerlteliaeluty.11in4" .' i <'refrlicerator.... ft. Stewart Parjaln Warner' electric at .19c Bananas LB.10c : jJ

C. D ': Your Inaurane.'It. "1&0. 1
.; P1100. II"f C. Jr.. 120 tIJlTU'S t ARAOE. PII. 120
t! T: t.. I FOR RENTarg. S bedroom houa Is
; < bedroom. *""... turns thoroughly lIrn" All modernconrenUnpea. .
?. -bltl.' 'Iov",...Gift EI.trl./ .. .. ,renter: $75 mo.. Apply For at permanent Harry. :'GOOD i iInr iy
err Camp Irish Potatoes 10

q f.:,"B.II.RlaCk"'D"."'a taD r..f Bland Snack In g.Shop. adjacent atp ,." MAINE LBS. 29c"" ;

: I D.8to W1-M.mxciWATtfO of all klnda .
.tark;, : G t "
fill '
.ward. vBulldoalndan.* truckln of Values
and, clump. pan", .. grading of 'The Store
(rte R 1JIE! rent. all ..ID..... ReaaonabU prlc.... CarlHartom
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'I ;.. '. .I. seconded by J., EL! Brown, the I i* emcviT roirrr.COCNTir ..D"ORD. Plaintiff seeks dlvorc shall publish PradfordCounty tbl* No.Julia.eSI7.Xmr A.. O'Brien. .Dcf.ndant.Case teal StarA, ee lt;
PLOM1DAI I* CHAN.CKHVl : T.I..rap"l
4 ''i! I Board authorized the extensionof Order In nest four weekly l..u.... >RR OIL! PUBLJCATION r"'IC'AL t.mber / Ie11 Florida, Ilk.
New River PindertownBy Arthur W. Elliot, Plaintiff ye. Wltft.! >* my hand and official AND NOTICE TO APPEARS Aa il'.ALI
Clerk
.: :!f. Lawtey the .Frank Norman bus routeto Sarah Marrirti Elliot, Defendant. .sal at Stark. .. Florida, this Sep- TAT 'B OF FLORIDA to Haven Croat sou A.1'0" \,J

,": t :I" I, L Rt t. .. F.eebe AND LONG BRIDGE Mr*. C.. B. Browning pick up the children of 6. L. CM ORDER No tltl OF PUBLICATION t.oM.( r 7 11148.O.'FICI4L SKAL) A. J. Tboma sad Julia A. .O'Brl.n./ .whoa Cjrprea re.idenc* A.AU J.,..Thomu., Jr, D. Co

J ': 'I I By M... B. A. S.ff e Sapp and L. L. Renfroe.No AND TAT NOTice JO OK TO FLORIDA APPEARS to! As By Clerk Haven of Croby.Mild Court.D. C. I Cnarlevton. South Carolina Street /or Pif ? 81.r."It, ,,
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<" 'Jr Gllsson of Btarke other business being' presented Sarah Margaret Elliot, whoa 1'.1-l T. Frank. Landrum, Stark FI..ld.JAU October You are U.: required 1 41. to In appear on 1II
; :. I'TA ELECT! : OFFICERS Mrs. Mildred for 'consideration of the dance and addr.*. M: Ovcrbroekfloaplt&l. ,., for Plf. -10 .t 1'-1r I toe above see
Court
; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johns. Jr. wan the guest of Mrs. Aide !. K nmx County Cedar Plaintiff named aeeka and cause wherein "eoetrla Sd ei g L.w.etr.
; divorce Bradford
; ; Board, L.A. Canova's Motion for Grove New J.rMy: cracciT r ntr. pmAorosiDcorwrr. ....
regtiler visited Mrs. May
then County T.I..r.pb shall publish
visiting Browning i!II CBAIV. thla Bradford
: of Gainesville were You are r.qulred to appear enOctober PUHUDAI
adjournment was seconded by L.
In coach Tradds.
Order next tour l
weekly "*ua.Wltnem
abo4. .
\. (j which time the following officers their grandmother, Mrs. Bell, McKinney Sunday.Mr. T. Johns. named Court II 1141 and; cause in tk. *wherein! CEtITO.orge S. O'BrUn. plaintiff V*. my' hand and official aabtracta. "J1a1U
r 11 were elected for the year: I Johns, Sunday. : and Mrs. Monroe Addison

'j i: i';, President, Mrs. Ed Durban; Mr. and Mrs., E. W. Lane and are the proud parents of a fine

Vice President :Mrs. George R0t I children of St. Petersburg visited baby boy, born Sept. 9, at home. ...

t belts; Secretary, Mrs. Mary Stah- Mrs. Lane's mother. Mrs. Miss Juanita Browning was FrtItaliaPLUMS-
'I.1 tar; Treasurer. Mrs. L. H. Futch. Fronic Moody Saturday and Sun- the recent guest of her mother
\' The association voted to sponI Mm. Mildred Glisson, In Starke.

y I tor a Hallowe'en Carnival thin day.Mr.. and Mrs. Alvin Kite rind :Mr. and :Mrs. Carl McKinney .

'f year. children were dinner guests of have moved to their new home ;
I Mrs. Kelly's room won the In We hope they will
Mr. and Mra. J. B. Kite In Sampson.
'I i 1 attendance banner for having the
\01 i Lake Butler Sunday. be very happy. 3L39C
r (|moat parents present. This waaI Kirby Crews was a business
visited her
I second Urns this that Mrs. Jay Moody 1RVEST
tile year
.
.. tit j
week.
visitor here last ,
Mra. Ada Kelly, In
10 UWt room has won. mother ')H _
: %. After the business meeting' the 'Raiford Wednesday of last We are sorry to know that ( Thompson Seedless ,
.1'
Is in ill ?
Mra. Mildred Glleson
lumber were invited to the caft' '
'+ f I tteria for refreahmenU served by week.Rev.. and Mrs; D. A. Creek health and will be confined to 2
r fc the committee: Mrs. Roberta.HL.nl 4 of Jacksonville visited Mr. and Shadycrest Hosplttal for several Grapes 25Basten

d 1 Urs. Wilson Mrs. Wyrick and Urs.J 8. L. Crews Sunday. days.Mr. ..
.I,: >!' .3 t r Pete Walnwrlghlf..ft Jay Moody and son, Eddie, and Mrs. Henry Barlo of DettekxM OastU-

t ,INTEREST: SHOWN IN 'were In Thomasville.. Ca. on Hellbronn visit are with enjoying Mr. and a Mrs.twoweeks' I : Apples 2 u.. 29c 'Lopes
J L.
:' j j1>,3-1 RECREATION BUILDING business last Saturday.Among Addlsen IA LE I 10cnSkGreee

4 t -t; M t At a mass meeting held In the those who visited Mar Monroe r '.

n\I.! ,{/lChool auditorium last Monday I lon Moody were Mrs. Charlie Mc, Hisses Betty and Evon Addison r .Tot i
Miss Annie
{ "i 1 h} !evening to discuss the securing I Kinney, Mrs. Lester Blade and were the guests of
.tjf a recreation buUdHng-:,.for- the Mrs. Claude Prevatt of Starke, Browning last week.
F
Carrots2j19c
t I' :young people of the Lawtey also Rev. and Mrs. Creek of Mrs. A. .J. Fender of Pine Level -

i mmunity, Rev. Ballard Wilson Jacksonville was the guest of Mrs. Arne p 5. 5.

I' ...1\; I| .|was elected chairman Charles Bud Dubos of Palatka was Browning the past week.
.', ',:3inklns, secretary, and L. H.1''wl. calling on old time friends In

I I" .t. treasurer. this community last week-
to' ,,15 chairman Instructed I School Board
The was
; t NMjo+ appoint a finance committee J. J. Moody and Seeber Moody r'e w der 1 ..rt
made a business trip to Atlantaone New Green
.
.X.11'\ ft; uid a made planning by F.committee.R. Caradine Anotion day last week.A Aids ,

\ ,I. J Jiat pledges be accepted at this large crowd attended the LightingThe Cabbage Lb 5'/2C''

"(A j : 1'+' r meeting was unanimously carried. temperance movlo at Long Bridge Ballard Oven-Ready Lpv T

A4/ \ ,. I jj More than $200 was pledged tote Church Monday night. Mr. Tlce Bradford County Board of Sweet "

: ". '<1. t turned In to the finance com- gave a very interesting talk on Public Instruction met In regular Biscuits 2 as 27c
:
:. nittee when it begins to func- alcoholic drinks. Miss Louise session in Its office In the courthouse Potatoes 3 25
t Johns the for U. ,
;"ft. J Jon. won prize giving on Sept. 7. 1948, at 10:00a. : t'hIIa., CreamCheese .
..' \l" J.. After much discussion of the out the most tickets m. with all members present,

F' \ t project, the meeting was closed Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins to-wit: J. S. Norman J. E. Brown. 2 33c <*Ms4lty Right Re erve4 Crisp Green '. .

',4'' ''t.,with prayer by Rev. Guy V. Lee. were weekend guests of Mr. and .... T. Johns, L. A. Canova, H. B. 7 Pries Good Thru
Saturday 18th
Sept.
; ,,: ; meeting was well attended,Mrs. Norman Wiggins In Jack Crosby. Kraft KOtom D iy / Lettuce Lb 13c
} I.J d.pY the people the town and sonville.Mr. .
( The minutes of the meetings of

t'. r.;';1 !iiurrounaing communty.'CITY'S \ and Mrs. A. P. Moore visited August 2nd and 28th were read Cheese Lb 51 c ASK AT STORE FOR BIG 4-PAGE COLOR PRICE LIST Yellow Onions 3 lb.. 14c
their son. Cecil, In Miami
i' i .. TAX RATE SET last week. and approved on motion of H. B. s YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THISCorn, I 6>> ears 29e Celery stk. 14 Vie
VfiT!; 17 MILLS
seconded J. E. Brown. >S BIG SALE 'DAYS-HURRY! Cat. Lone White Potatoes 6 Ibe. 83c
.
: :;"tI i'jf TIle Lawtey City Council met Mrs. E. A. Sapp and Mr. and Crosby by Swtkern Gold v ,
,z. '. f'-n{ regular session on Monday of Mrs. Dempsey Sapp of Gainesville '. The Board."by general consent,

i'. ,I ''fast week, with Councilmen OJ. visited relatives In Ff. My authorized the purchase of six Cowed Olcoaurgaine SUPERBRAND ,
: "'" 7:50: > 20 truck tires from the 'I 1 "-
Yr Anders.' H.C. Harley J.E. Wall, era Ft. Pierce, and Canal Point
i', nfjr. and Charles Dlnklna present. last week. Andrews Motor Company at 940

) i ,[.{ The tax rate for the ensuing Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazenby (and each for use on the county owned REDI-MIXT
f
f'. year was placed at 17 mills. mother, Mrs. Rhoda Dowltng of school busses. Solids Quarters IjSunewuuul
; ,: ( "Faxes I on juke organs and pin Gainesville, were calling on Mrs The Superintendent presentedthe OLEO 29
:- ,. ''I I j. .J :all>> machines were lowered. $5: E. C. Priest and Fonnle Crews Board a recommendation from lbI
\l Lb 45c Lb 47c OLEOMARGARINE
,'ij; oar machine. The Council then Friday afternoon. t the principals of the Bradford
>f.i i i,Suspended business to meet Frlilay High and Elementary: schools for _

(ft night. . . . the appointment of the followingt..acherl .
J>' ..1 At Friday's meeting a 10 per : Mrs. Rebecca Simpson, STOKELY BLUE STREAK EXTRA FANCY'I
.! .' Ii t 1.: :ent utility tax was discussed GrahamBy 5th grade Bradford Elementary ORANGE .... t .

""j.,.f "$ J rid City Attorney 0. L. Patten School: Mrs. Mona Canova, music r Rice
. i j 'vas Instructed to prepare a mitt Mra. John McKlnsjey teacher Bradford High and Ele- Juice

t, I '' 1 r' I bee ordinance to be presented . . mentary Schools. The appointment '
.,1 !:t iIt. o 'the Council for approval at was made on motion of L.A. Can- 46-oz 17c 3LbPlcg33c
Can
'
\ '. j. he next regular meeting. The Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ,Melton seconded by J. E. Brown.
1 't 1 1i I iroceeds of this tax will be usedor and children of Starke were din ova.The Board agreed to continue GREEN ,GIANT: '
\ }., I ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. O.
the erection and maintenance
\if : of $13 month to the
payment per MURRAY VANILLA SWANSON FRICASSEE
'. >f:a recreation!: building for the Starling Sunday. e
City_ Patrolman Lawtey, Fla, for
-., ;' I' uMTof' the' young people of LAW spent Mrs.f fast Lizzie Friday Wynn night of Hampton with her services" at -Lawtey1' Junior High ;'

fal ey and surrounding community. School, on motion of L. A. Can- Wafers
r' : Ill members of the Council were brother and sister-In-law, Mr. and P. E A 5H'Chicken
Mrs. John McKinney. ova seconded by J.E. Brown. The C
resent at this
-E, adjourned meet- 25
ng., Out of town folks attending Board referred to an Item that 12-oz Box 53 c
In Audit 3070
report
'. church services here Sunday appeared 16-oz Can
s,' rl! '. J..V! GA PLAYED night were, Earl Starling of of 1946-47 which stated that this
'r' The,LI Brdoker School soft bally Gainesville and Claude May and expenditure of school funds for

'''t 1l: earns canfc to Lawtey Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. Kelsay of Hampton. these purposes T&aii being< illegally BALLARD'S
:f' : f last welk to play the Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. LonnIe Hines and made by the Board. The matter C :!03 17c

, ). j eamA The!girls' game was very Perry Starling were visiting Oscar was referred to Lex Green, attor KhipSCKU2 F l
I .; j interestingbut--the visitors Melton in Brooker Sunday aft- ney for thn Board and he recommended o u rK41C
. I 'S! roved too much for Lawtey and ernoon. that the Board have the 8e

: ,', on with a score of 8 to 15.: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Call visited County Commissioners' and the -
: I'e: { Lawtey boys were more i relatives in Hampton Monday and City Council take action to correct -

, > i fortunate In their game, winning Tuesday. Mra. Mazzle Johnson the situation in Lawtey and SUNSHINE -
r.f .' {from the Brooker lads with a I returned with them and. spent a Ptirke In accordance with Section CRACKERS I P -. NABISCO VANILLA IHH
, f1,) core of 11-0. few days. 23412 and 23413 Florida

. : } The Bradford County Crackers Statutes, Law of Florida.
Hi-Ho 14C
It""t 1 'I' of Pine Level crossed bats with The Board discussed at lengththe Small ..s. Wafers *"- % 13C
The BTU of the Baptist
he Lawtey baseball team last
plan providing transportationof
,
S .1
; e Church entertained the MYF
unday afternoon on the Lawtey
high school students who are
.0" t JUmond. The Lawtey boys were: of the Methodist Church recently FRAY-BENTOS CORNED
members of the 1948-49 football
I b: ;t S t ible to' defeat thel ropponents I with a peanut boiling at team to their homes In the afternoons -
; Vlth a score of 17-3. the home of Mr. and Mrs. John c
1i Brown. after football practice ses- BEEF 37 JEWEl.J.LbC
" [1 Rev and Mrs. Ballard Wilson Miss Arthurlne Blanchard of /alone have been completed at the 12-oz Can 93:
high school. It was generally understood -
1'1' ? ":i,.end\ eon Billy and Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville was a recent guest
; that fund of the State
F H. Futch were business visits
i t r; of her parents Mr. and Mrs.
I 'N-f,pl' to, Gainesville last Saturday. Foundation Program could not be
I' 'A, M. Blanchard.
" \ '!r ."i. Th. ladles WMU! attended a I Henry Bennett of Miami has legally used for this purpose by OLD GLORY LIMA HEADLESS FRESH CAUGHTShrimp...... LIBBY TOMATO
'1.1 {, Tuesday at the Brooker the Board However, the Board
. raaptiet 'returned to Lawtey to enter
. \ d' ''S i\ Church. decided not to rescind' the action Beans
BHS. This is Henry's senior
\ i. \I,1 Mrs.! J. A. McGinley visited year and he'' plans to graduate of April 26, 1948. Member Canovaproponed Lb 39C JuicL

I 'I'j l qI zrelaUves In Georgia last week. from Bradford High. He did that appropriation bemado No30O 1OC 30C
: : Her from the County General
,' ; mother, Mrs. Brantley. returned his Junior High work In Lnw-
;4 home with her for a visit. School Fund to the Bradford High ,
l ( tey anda\ making his .home Cooked Florida Mullet
Pan
1 V Mrs. Fred Moore athletic fund for the specific or
;pf was visiting with Mr. and Mrs.. L. H. Hill. pur- SWANSON BONGOChicken
Jt.: ; : her parents. Rev. and Mrs. ED. V. J. Rape recently visited pose of providing ways and means Lobster Lb 49C Trout Lb 25c LIBBY CORNED BEEF

.;1.: .feoyer., In Tampa last week. his father in Valdosta. Ca. of transportation to the studentsto
'I;' \ 1. | Mrs. O. V. Lee Is visiting rel- their home after practice sension ,- Standard Pollock Hash
Mrs. H. C. WaInwright and ,
,.,J i \ in this with the football teatnii.
Tampa week. !
\ ;.Atlves *
Mrs. T. L. Wainwright enter.tamed 6 Can 57c Pt 69c Fillet
',1 S .;l the WSCS In the Sunday The method ,of making satisfactory 01 Oysters Lb 29c No2Can 35c

.t 4 School annex of the Methodist arrangement' of the bus drivers Genuine Fillet HeadlessMUSSELMAN
ASTHMA was to be handled jointly bY

I .,... .. Church recently.The Principal ,Partin and Coacb APPLE Sole Lb 49c Whiting Lb 17c
:
;I' ---- -- .. Garfield Evans Sub-dis LIBBY DEVILED
Ot' .'t1 .. -- wn..d Hobbs.
} J wipe* o..p trict Union of the Methodist Sauce
.. ::O, = t. r..a s e kW Youth Fellowship met with the A. B. Baker and H. A. (Buddy) Grade "A" Quick-Frozen Dressed A: Drawn L. 1. Ham
I'u.': wen.::= Lawtey MYF week before last. Bishop appeared before the BoardIn

.1.J. ...pd Mllft' There were 14 young people behalf of The Lions Club .7... 121,2c Ducklings Lb'59c .. 1c
r "t-------- from Waldo present. Lighting Fund to request! a do- V4-Tin
.'I, .' I I;>' nation from the Board to assistin i
. !'J.'\j1J( :.: r ".6" r. .. .. .. providing ,lighting facilities at UPTON'S BRISK Grade "A" Dressed A; Drawn _


y i iL Field.Bradford On motion High School of H. B.Athletic Crosby 'Tea Frying Chickens Lb 69c* Meat

I seconded by J. E. Brown the Board .
ZACH H. 1]DOUGLASyatlaw to donate of C
sgroed a sum $5001 I. %.Lb 61
to The Lion Club Lighting Fund ito Wilson's liiuref Sliced Breakfast Half or Whole Small Lean Pork C

4 ; Attorne;: provide;the facilities. It was r.1 Tin; 9th

understood that payment by the) ULTRA-REFINED Bacon Lb 59C Hams Lb 59c -
Board could not be made until'
announces the c\\lange in location funds became available later in Clorox LIBBY VIENNASausage


', of his I officesm the.year.C. S. .Partin principal of the Quart 17c Genuine Spring Lamb Sale 4 V, s. Gov.t Graded Baby Beet

Bradford High School, extendedan
Lamb
invitation to the Board to visit I Sirloin IS
the Bradford High and Elementary WITH DEODORANT Legs 1b8qureCut 79c T-Bone %-Tin.
Steak
lb 79c
I 33 West shley Street Schools and to acquire some Lamb'ShouldeT lb 89c __

At first hand knowledge* of the facilities Modcss .' Rib Steak. or PUSS 'N BOOTS CAT _
that are provided st thelarl'eat ib 59c Roast '
Lb
69c
t: school plant In Bradford Rib Lamb fa--II''
..

': 505-507 LyrJacksonvil 0nch Building County.members Principal of Partin the Board also Invited to Reg Box 2,2c Chops Lb 79c Stew Brisket Lb 39c 81/Z c

s! have lunch In the Bradford High Meaty Lamb Fresh 8-ozCan
GroundHamburger
!Ie, Florida School Lunch Room at their next a. a.: 15-25-40-M WATT _
Stew Lb 39c
regular meeting on October 4,. Lb 59c
,9 1948. The Invitational DASH COO
.hP were accepted -
I Telephone: 5-1515 I on motion of H. B. Crosby, Globts13C MU V_ S cd select Haby Beef Tender Pride Skinie>- F. .11

.' I seconded by J. E. Brown and notIln&le Bacon Lb 77c. Liver Lb 79c
a Weiners
dissenting vote was heard' Lb 4,9c 11 4e
< from the other members. No1CML

rssssrsss ..I' On motion of L. A. Canova,}

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IMS RADVORD cCeUlTeT UlO&r" KTABIUB.: njMRIBArCNTTECOSTAI. ,
t7.
s :rrgMnF'Jt aircraft carrier. USS Franklin D. d
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tgrch BOUNKSSCHVBCB1 I' . I e e .1 -I 1- Roosevelt. Terrill had been Ana

Christian Church Farm Hampton Pine Level LakeGeneva sU Gusmtanamo weeks -shake Bay downcruUe CUba and ..

Newsrterian Bible school 10:00: A. M. lth 8t. ... Tesople Ave. State 3 to back m Norfolk the
Sunday School '::45 a. ...; MornIng .... By Mr*. II. M. MelUe Blanche. QIaaI..... arrived
By Mrs. M. C. $. By .
Morning worship 11:00 A. M. By ..... ..,.. Whitfielie .7 e e first part of September.T.
H e S e
Evening* worship 7:30 P. M. Worship 11 a. M.; Dranaea.Uo .. ,
Church Services 7.-40: p. sa. Everyone e e 1PA1tTT S :M. Finley and daughtersand
Wedneaday night prayer meetIng Revival at Pin daughterof Mr. said Mrs..,
wslcom Mrs. John H. Parker continues The Meeting Miss Aline Wagner their guests..
,, MJIIIIatH 8:00 P. M. her critically 111 at her home here. Level Baptist Church begin next :Mr. and Mra. I* N. Wagner IB. T. Melton of Columbus. Ga.

at'f'd Ra.hraa. .Children hour: each Friday aft. CONGKROATIOXAt.MKiwoocrr Mrs. G Carolyn HS. Crews a party gave at the Her children Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Sunday. Everybody welcome. has entered P. K. Tonga School spent Sunday enjoying the beauties .

1toplO for SW\day; ernoon 3:30 P. M. CHCKCOX daughter. Building Friday evening Parker and baby daughter Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Sapp andchlld"n ) In Gainesville for her senior year. of Silver Springs ..,
o'clock: Tin Everyone la Invited to attend all Community K T. Melton of
of and Mrs.
Mr.
at 11 A large of Junior Rita and Mrs. Dorothy Lee of Hellbronn Springs RNTICE
services. Visitors are welcome Services every Saturday, night group weekto Ar Ga. are guests In the
Giving"1 and attended and enjoyed Flint Mich. arrived last were Visiting Mr. and Mrs Columbus. eIt
1 of It Is aaked that member be Sunday morning and Sunday night boys girls Mrs. T. M. Fin- r"
invited ,to all erL every and Mrs. be at their mother's bedside. thur McRae Monday night.. home of Mr. and to myhand "
are present Sunday Sept. 19 for the 11 a- m. and S p. m.. aA Congregational dancing games. Her friends are praying ley/Mrs. Melton Is Mrs. Flnley-e Because of an injury
for many ofJacksonville
Methodist Church oa Crews waa assisted In caring Mrs. Florence Haltiwanger I will close my cabinet
special Homecoming Service that -
in the Chapel her and serving refreshments for her early recovery. and her sister Mrs. sister fear week
W. Grif- guests 24 for a
school
the church will hold in honor of Brownlee Road. -Rev. J. spent aeveral bop on Sept.
P 1 The Adult, ClM by Mrs. L. A. Shepherdand Friends of Rev. and Mrs. Hen Margie Underbill,, spent part of T. M. Finley who have work here "''',
fill Pastor. his mother parties
the returning' pastor. Come and week visiting An
the Church at 8:5$ *. friend. by Miss Virginia Engram. ry E. Guy of St. Petersburg will last week with their brother and days last Ga. win please call for It this week.
C. :M. 'Turney bring a The only out-of-town guest was be Interested to hear of the arrival sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. In Columbus. R. A. NettlesAIX
teacher Rev. John B. Dixon and wife has returned -
Gentry
Church Of Christ Miss Ulllan "
: John
back from Atlanta Jacqueline Parker of Starkewho of their son Wesley :McRae.
Led have Just returned from month'svacation I home from a visit with
a :
of the, lea i spent Friday night with the Iion- on Sunday. Sept. 5. The baby Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mvrirk '
charg
hive In the North Carolina I Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday of Mrs. Ann R. her brother-in-law and slater. Mr.
la
a grandson
of
oree.
hills. Rev. Dixon Is pastor of I Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday I and daughter. Kathy. Jack-I and Mrs. Burt Busbee of Silver jiji I,

up of teachers will at- the Starke Christian Church and Evening Service 7:45 pm. Sun- Mrs., I.. F. Chapman has returned Guy.Enjoying the hospitality of sonville were dinner Springs.Mr. .
and Mrs. J. W. McRae.
on nrenCresce theCit lives!' In Jacksonville. We hopeto home following a trip to Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Wadaworth I Mr. I and Mrs. Giles Phillips and
have them with dayBible la Wednesday to her home place Mr. and Mrs. .La von Alvarez of Jacksonville spent ,
um us soon 'as Study every Monteagle and, Sunday :at their Brooker Lake I daughters ; KINDS "Ml, j
daY afternoon and eve- the parsonage Is becoming a' e. at 7:40Revival: near Fairfield Tenn. ,Camp .were the following,", guests: of Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. Saturday at their home hereon t:
Bishop Myrick of Gainesville attended entertained FRESH FISH DAILYa
ality. We will enjoy having these : Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis Mr. and Mrs Lewis Wndsworth the lake where they ;

presbytery of Florida fine Christian people In.our midst.. To Beat had as .their ,visitors during'. the and son,,,, Bunnell. Mr. and. 'Mrs. church here Sunday. their Sunday School class ,'
will b. held in Welnldale' y weekend Mr. and- Mm: J, B. Billy Wadsworth and two child Otto..McRae of Safety Harborwas es. Both )Ir. and Mrs. Phillips SHRIMP OYSTERSIN '

tuber 21. The minlstei' Methodist 'Church"Belief < At Pine Level Church Strickland and their son., Johnny. ren. Daytona Beach. Mr. and n recent visitor of Mr. and are teachers In the Woodlawn SEASON .\, +!

er delegate will attend. Sunday Sept 26 of Gainesville and Mr. and ,Mrs. Mrs. Grant Barber and .on..Nep- Mrs. H. )or. McRae and Mr. and Baptist Church Jacksonville'and Ii 4, II

I lathe theme of theSunday Marcus Reddish and their baby. tune Beach Mrs. Lotta Wads- Mrs. Arthur, McRae. these teenagers had ,moat enjoyable W fiiacaateeafl 't'r i!

kc Tabernacle Morning' Message at the l' 'Ce'S' Roger, of Keystone Heights; worth.,Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Tay- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor' time swimming and We Mil to befn la., ,I'a'

Methodist Church. This Is the rY'.r Mr. and Mrs. North and Billy lor and three children Mr. Brady and daughter Charlene of Lake boating In Lake Geneva and en- tpr |!

important announcement beginning of a seriea of messages 1 fax North visited Mr. and Mrs..: H. Wadsworth. Hawthorne and Mr. City spent the weekend here and Joying the tasty picnic dinner

\ plans featured the !,on what we believe. This Message 't G. Davis. Jr. In Gainesville Sunday and Mrs. Gorden Wadsworth and were dinner guests Sunday of and supper. All considered It a t: '

night service at. the I Iele i ."la Introductory and la Important R : 4 two children Gainesville The Mr. and Mrs, Paul Faulkner In day well spent even though they MAGNOLIAFISH
grateful thankily '. in the understanding of bountiful dinner was served out Starke. carried back to Jacksonville plenty s
and Jacksonville
I Mk zw f 'h'x' Miss Pauline Brannen of MARKETr.;
voiced by all ford the messages that are to follow. spent the weekend with of doors and a most enjoyabletime Lennon Richardson of Miami of sunburn. of

hath wrought. Each message will be in a sense Mr. and Mrs. 'R. W. Brannen.Mr. was had. spent last Thursday night with Terrill Cunningham son left v.IW N..O"-....... t

night 'Youth complete, within ltaelf. And yet and Mrs. Everett Gainey Mr. and Mrs L. U. Bedenbaugh. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner. Mrs Blanche six Cunningham months' cruise LACYSILCOX I jC
Saturday L. Wattersonand Monday for a q
and Mrs. M.
each message will be closely related and Mrs. H. P. Gainey Mr. Mr. and Mrs Thomas
Bishop
and
of Amoi family waters aboard the ____
the study Aga Harvene Watterson In European ;
with to the others. What we believe of Brooker were additional supper Mils and children and Mr. and Mrs. t .

[enthusiastically received plays an important part in %,a 1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bran spent several days In Ft. Myers Woodrow Thomas and children I Ifa... etll> ...
ti "Blues" won In Uw our lives. Most of us are not nen Sunday. where they attended the double all of Brooker. attended church

I Quiz e by one point. A clear as to what we believe but I 'Following a summer recess funeral services of Mr. and Mrs. services here Sunday and were I!

entitled "After", followed all of us believe somethng. All! t the Community Club has resumedIts Harry Starcher daughter and dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs W. ANNOUNCING OPENING
son-in-law of Mr. ,
Bedenbaugh
invited to come and hear
are, beginning C. Conner.
lolo of the same title wai I regular meetings who were killed in an Automo-
these messages. Tuesday afternoon. Sept. 14. J ,.)(rll. H. H. Lewis. Mrs. W. R. e
Edna Noegelweek I bile accident In New Orleans on
by MISS At the 8 o'clock hour the Youth p r Visitors of Mr. and Mra. J. ;M. Conner, Mrs. W. C. Conner and
Labor Day. and
Kathertaw Due Feed Shortage many It
Miss to
Group: will have charge of"the Bradley during the week were hire Ivy Hardin and daughter daughter Evon. Betty Ann Conner -
will be the soloist and r Mr. and and Mrs. Kenneth Coleman 1
services. They will present' a Mrs. Nell B. Meshaw of Sharps, were Sunday visitorsat

bit Quiz will be question subject that is of utmost Importance A,,. Mrs. Vance Geiger and Mr. and the home of their cousin Mrs. and baby Monday.were visitor to Jacksonville ,requests from our old customers, t !
/ and their
Mrs. Reese Bradley
[ of Jonah. Alma Saxon. ,
Book
fee to the Methodist Church In ; (
sons all of Jacksonville Mr. and Miss Jessie L. Wright spent
J Florida. It Is hoped thai all 'of Rev. E. R. Bowers Mrs. Jimmie Bradley of Starke the past weekend In Raiford with family were Sunday dinnerguests we will open our Curing Plant j I r
and Mrs. Robert
of Mr. "
AQTO31OBJLlg.INsvANC6. our Families will be representedin of the and Mr. and Mrs., Leslie Bradley her parents .
Rev. W. E. Hall pastor
.
Starke.L.
Barksdale In
I
kmUTV this Evening Service. Pine Level Baptist Church, Issues formerly of Orlando who are Friends of Edwin Johns eldest \\lk
moving to this section of the Mr. and Mrs. ThorntonJohns R. Kalch was transacting ,
of
sot compuhMWW >* I. The Sunday School 1 Is planning a cordial invitation to the son Stock OCTOBER 1st
the Gainesville
business at "
revivalmeeting state. are glad to know he is ,
the
safer to carry LUhUityLM to have Its Promotion and Rally public to attend I""
Market on Monday. ,
eldHiaMe which begins at the J. P. Warren of Jacksonville much Improved after ,spending 4,
represent eeJy 26th. We
I Day next Sunday Sept. Mr. Mrs.. Cecil Manlre of l
of Mr. and
19, and was the luncheon guest a while at Shadycrest Hospital
stock eoflspswles. still looking for Men to church on Sunday. Sept.
you
are and Mrs. W. N. North. where he took necessary penicillin Jacksonville are spending a It t
Sunday
bs.leea will be apprectW. attend the Men's Bible Class at will continue through
Whitfield treatment. while at Hampton Lake on a I
26. Mr. and Mrs J. N.
Morn- Sept.
the 10 o'clock hour Sunday and J. N. Whit. Mr. and Mrs J. W. Horne and camping trip.
Nash
Miss Ella
W. Call Street Rev. E. R. Bowers. evangel. Special Reduced Price: 1
Ing.The field J!'. of Jacksonville were
Bradford Co. Telegraph MYF meets at 6:30: Sunday ist will be on hand for the : '
;:; Mr andMre.... Bryan i :
of
ruests
for Choir Practice and Monday night' service. He Is s [ !
Those U4 Evening BUILDERS SUPPLIESA
STARKE Pound
Whitfield Sunday. Per
Fellowship. former resident of Starke, and 2--c
D. Wainwright Jr. Is now pastor of the Buford Mr. and Mrs Harold Keen find Complete Line of Builders Supplies '
at Milliard their baby of Virginia and Mrs I 't
Church !
Grove
Baptist Phone 4 5 Across From S.At.. Depot Delivery Service t
J. Overstreet and Herbert
and Magnolia Baptist W. t tI
Church at Branford. Overstreet of Macclenny were

treatIn upper guests of Mr. and Mr. Sherwin-WiUiama Paints I Fairbaaba-Mursa i *
"We also have a great ,
ENJOY C. J. Johns. Paint Your House | Home Water Systems Either Sugar Cure Or Plain Salt Cure ,
store for you Sunday mornIng -
During' the past week Mr. and And Fay by The Moth | Term U Desired '
COOL the 19th," Rev. Hall stated Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow and Same Competent OperatOI''W ,Have [t-

"Rev. and Mrs. Olson Hodgesand Miss Melba Stringfellow madea ri

Rev. and Mrs. Isaac Foster combined business and pleasure METAL & COMPOSITION ROOFING Had For The Past Four Years }
RIDING to Jacksonville and to Green Thick-Butt Asphalt. SUnglr (Given Blue) -Build I.. Hardware -
trip I
missionaries to Japan will Cove Springs. In the latter placethey' Hardware Cloth; Common aad Finish Malta Asbe- I ,'I r Fi r j, ''J i

WITH OUR NEW" M have"complete chargeof the ; ;WIlted Mr'and Mrs GeorgeWanasaa toe Sldlir:.t.de.' Mortar: MU ** ,

service. Yow i will b: delightedto .. I

PLASTIC"SEAT hear them sing together and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner and .
r '
hear these young men speak 1 Mrs. Martin Griner and their LUMBp All Grades MOLDING AU Kinds .c ', 'j
However they will be here for Starke Ice I !
sons. Martin. III and Harold accompanied \ .0. t I ,
one service only so be sure to M-Sgt. Martin Grineras 'j,

I I hear them Sunday morning." far as Jacksonville Mondayon BRONZE SCREEN WINDOWS &. DOORS I' t

COVERS Vc Persona living along the his way to hid assignment at L r

routes of the church busses are Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. Dur- ]

Leather Trim PropertyOwnerNeeds invited to ride to the nightly ing Sgt. Grlner's absence Mrs ;' Jr V.pte&twro I

services. Griner and the boys will be with '11'tM t{ .

Sunday School 10 a.m. H. ti. Fowler In Lake Butler.' I .... I ,
: Af;: ( ,. ,.:
Preaching 11 a.m. Come bring Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall .1r. "'r:! H''

39 Windstorm Insurance the entire family. Everyone wel and family of Jacksonville spent :i ,i li jI I

come. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. O 'e ,
P'Pail/EA''swoJv/NG' : I

Cost is low-Insure Now e e e e Randall. ,.. I ''' r ,I i
e Mrs L. Durden returned Thursday !ft t

STARKE BrookerBy from Jacksonville where she ,'. I I 'I'' ,

Charley E. Johns had been the guest of relativesfor I

Helen Barry Mr.a week.and M.... Jerome Eaathamof .
Seat Cover Agency
. . # COOKING
% PhoM IS 8TABKE.! : VIA Palatka. who were former r r7'fO '
COMPANY IC I Farm residents visited friendsIn ... ,
REVIVAL CLOSES
this community Sunday. '
nwr Court Ii Madlaoa The revival at the Brooke Mr. and Mrs. 'M. E. Griner

be Starke Baptist Church which was con had, as visitors Saturday Mr. and IWrH TN4' N4'W
ducted by Rev. Donald Martin :
<___l'''THR TRAVELKm. Hartford Mrs. Martin Relnau Joan and .
of Webster has closed. Rev.
Billy Relnau of Palatka and Sunday .' '
Martin's Mrs. Jean Martin :
wife Mrs. H. L. Fowler, Sr. and O.4/EH. r
with the Juniors
met every night Misses Hattie and Nettle, Mae

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE at 7:30 o'clock and taught them Fowler of Lake Butler and H. L. .
lovely choruses. During the re Fowler of Jacksonville.Mr. .
*-
vival. 23 new members came Into and Mrs. W. B. White and GENERAL I
)
"1. The Heart of Tew As* la The Hearts) the church-dome by baptism their: son. Rodney of Commerce ELECTRIC. -g
and letter.' We thank
of TIle People"A some by Ga. came Friday to visit Dr. r

Rev. and Mrs. Martin very much and Mrs. D. L.: Nix. Upon returning .

Souther! Baptist Chwreh,. For All PeopleSwsday nees. to their home TuesdayMr. R.4KGe . r I, :
and Mrs. White were accompanied
_
.
School e:" Training. VsiloM .:43 Mr and Mrs. C. 'C. Dees of by Mrs L. J. Sharp
Mr. and who had been with Dr. and Mrs I
Momlag Evening Happy Hour Alachua were visiting .tlwk. .I .-.I.itY .lurbwtl : 1. : I
Wenhlp Mrs. O. W. Barry Sunday. Nix her son-in-law and daughter law aoohtee. 1 .. -... -\ ...i ; r
11:" SiO since their recent move to the ;0.. .. .. .n
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Taylor of Farm. s N.turning. twMdwt/ -no dMMo for.stMoU*. Art ftMc.'tf. *l lilt .L' 'I I
.
.. ,
Worthington Springs were visiting ,'

Mrs. Jim Mott Sunday.Mr. even JMwt you con! cook of of once- s sry ORNING I SERVICE. : "Job's Unanswered Question"EMNG and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson St. Mark's EpiscopalThe .. i I

Mr. and -Q a tweet. l You cent !this
of Starke were 'visiting ,; one tee revoMosery, eew
E. B. D.. ", "
SERVICE: "Safe In The Arms Of Jesus""Visit Mrs. Noon' Mott Friday night. Rev. B. Simmons, \ ,

We are happy to say that ",In. Sunday Vicar. September_ 19th. r; electric( rot. now hwn 4 ?roe ,or*.e flnl Mm*h flerMe. rr y '


The Church With The VMtts. ......r" her Henry Illness.Hodge Is recovering from 8 10 a.m.a.m.Holy Church Communion School. Nur ., ?v,.. tar r'a<" ts' + you Cvtwrol ....c fo-0NItiM4 Aei..,. I ,


Miss Doris Hodges of Jackson-I sery-Kindergarten 'department 14 He,.', rM"f sees cooking e.M -MM nolith rg edrwe.e.> I. '+u t tw
ville spent the weekend neet In the Service Center. Prt- l

parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. mary-Junior-Intermediate departments I' An. even. .m.t..r ifte.tae ether Hirss.QueiU, oeonsiiiy riiI .. rod 2b I s
Hodges. meet In the Church.
GUNTER & SON
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmonsof 11 a.m. Morning Prayer and I Ie wtomotlc .NKMT toiXfaltt.., or yontea....,...mew Y '
Gainesville were visiting Mr.ind termon. t fbolh.aw.Ny.

Mrs. Noon Mott Sunday after The church is open dally- .for '' .Ym JM cad OU.OM tot say tMoee* yew weal. ,

MONUMENTS MARKERS noon. prayer and meditation. +'1
in .*.ovom..4 es mrfeo .......The foMOM '
,
..i
VAULTS .. ..- .. ... -. t

Come In And See Our Line of NewBICYCLES General l ClMiric. ''''A.c..a. lekW,well ..MW.,News (W eeaklet j.' rrl 1


r _. .. yew AB SI .leMMtf tate. .rf I ,la seeing VPBSl kj W ---a.ISfMoV_ .p.a. j ; l


will Save 7w tar Ie .. Ie .' VM row Oimrol B cM( fro cfcli><..... r

: ......t 0. Aay 'DataC' 7.'Ita' l lYww.wr
Near'ner'dtopiay.ai orrr' store rli/.very, ;.it s tM..serf=ia..it ewrctNe oIedrii '..."
wR'' TERMS TO SUIT -

I vat d i
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QUJac DELIVERY '- We Caa D.plkste Aa7 ALSO u.D"wCYCIJS8 ANDBICYCLE. ,4 J

REPAIRS ..
Stage Or MarlMr.BI ..*.. 3 T... 30 Dsye8edai r.4. Mar. L

flPN"r Af/SS SLSC7RCG. coofriaas -" US7 FwSTARKE
.. A M. ,
to
.... 0. Simstay 8:91 :

2:. .. T:ee P. M. tor.ao. r.nooBIGGS t


Gatt1O Oa Hichwar 211 At SMB Cit>I Umttm -
& BAKER

P. O. BM $72.- Siaifc, Fla. : -:- FLORIDA
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103 W. Call St. Stunt, PIa. J M C GR I IFF Phone 203 Comer ...... Are Pratt St. '




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f. ''II BRADFORD COUNTY TEIXGRAPn.: 8TABKE. FLORID
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(t" :.i q t ,FACE, : EIGHT I Funeral Parlor and T. Frank Landrufn Stark. Florida AND' NOTICE TO APPKAH ... Donald( WyVl'' DefendanL Case
S ejaB* a Ba e a B a aia lBa accompanist.CARD the Jones '.. for S-17 4t 10-8 STATE! OF FLORIDA to No. 1111. .der.
serving as AIt) IYMOey
"I the Methodist recreation building our friends and neighbors during Plf-: Marvln..llon..., .whose residence In: ORDER Of I InSirs' Ntt15.
:\
I Male Chorus Notice at 8 o'clock. ''A 1' :men' who like OF THANKS the recent death of our husband I'C1RCIIT. FLORIDAIN COl'RT. BRADFORDl'Ol'NTY. CHAN.CILRY. :.-' Carolina oo| r.II"! a Store.. Kerr, North 8 AND TAT NO'I'\CJg.OF PTOLAPPF& '" at. \\' 111, han/,
'
FLORIDA .
The Male Chorus will meet for.adiJ to sine 'are Invited, ..Jo Join the ..* We take thie means to show I and father.Mra.. S. C.Knight ". You are required to appear .on Donald OW7f1. whose .r.aldenee to I.: 1919 FloI'-..II.Ie.
t o I of Lawtey and son, J.J. James Prank McKelvev, Plaintiff' 1941. In the above unknown (OFP'ICIAI
practice next Monday night In, group. Mrs. Mona Canova la our thanks and appreciation v.. Allen Moeler McKelvey.. Defendant namedCourt and cau e. wherein Octoberare rI9//re. In'to on I.I Clerk of SEAtA.
Knight of Baltimore Meka orshallthin Bradford the above fly 14 rN5 I
t>iti.KR or PI'BMCATIOVANO County' Telegraph publlKh named Court and cause. wherein. Haven Cross .
ix. .riRctir. COIRT. BRtnFORnTOI :SOTH'K' 10 'APPEAR Order In next four weekly plaintiff seeks '"dlyoree Bradford John, .J Hehd.r. D. t
\ .". PLORIUAl IM CIAVCKHY. > STATE OF FLORIDA tot: UNtie. County Telegraph hall puOll h ustlue rlonds:, )4 r1.
Alleen Monler McKelvey.' whose" residence "'\\llIn..n. mV; bond and official real Atty5 tor PII.
c Helen' Olnrruseo. Plaintiff vs,. SaPvetore and address )is: Unknown: at Stark Florida. this September I r 4. 1 I
Also known efaI"tt 5r
Olarruseo aeSamule to appear on IS. 144*' -
Qlarrueeo, Defendant. <::a..1OnU"N o rgriS.r.I\ : In the above OFFICIAL. SEAL: ) A. J, .Thomae
No. 14- named Court and cause, wherein An. Clerk ot said Court.
: OP PIBMCATIOV I plaintiff -seeks divorce Bradford By Haven Crosby: D. C. )
/.>!> NOTICR" TO APPKtR County Telegraph shell. publish H. 0. Brown, Florida' .
f, STATE OF FLORIDA to thin Order In nest. four. weekly. Atty. for Plf, Stark..i., i> 4t 1D-8
V ArL Salvatore Glarrusao. also known .. Issues. .... I
HUGE ST:1FUEL Bamtile Olarru.so. whose residence I \\ t..,.... my hand and off(rial sealat I
i LI\ :and address l I.: PMB seas, Lewisburr. Btnrke. Florida this SeptemberIS. : IX. fIRClIT COIRT BRAIFORDl'or'vTY. !.
THE': Pennsylvania: 1448I '. KI.OIUUt- \ (.HA>- 1/ LV; U
WHILE You are required to appear on I I OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas. (Hurryette'':R\ Denny Owyn Plaintiff.CONCRETE ,
rSa"e October IS 19/A, In the above Ae Clerk of said Court
named Court and cauae, wherein Bv Haven Crosby, D. C. ,
plaintiff .....". divorce Bradford T. Prank Landrum. Starke, Florida r r # .
Cnuntv Telegraph shall publish Aty for Plf. 11.1ft 10-1 BLOCKS
this Order In next four weekly C

: STORAGE TANKS .hsuea.witness. mv hand and official ...at) m rnlTI.rinniT. FI.ORIDAi" {DIRT BRADFORD i\ CHINTKHV. : Ready Mix Concrete ( I
it 'ark.. Florida this September .
t I IS. 1918.OFFICrAL. 'I Vara 1'':. Jone Plaintiff v.... Mare And A Full Line!' Of '
( SKD A. J. Thomas, I IAa vln Jane.. Defendane. Cane No spruceyour ,
Clerk of laid Court. I i 830 BUILDING SUPPLIES ,
DRV, SEASONED IV Haven Crosby I>. C. OR OFII Of PlBLICiTION:

11y (y ,SAVE ON LUMBER T.Attya.! Frank for I..ndrum.Pit. tftarke.-lT ..... H.... ""' ''''' ;. ........ I Fawardro

If ELECTRICALEQUIPMENT Straight bone-dry, cleaned I"V riRtllT {''O.-'""'. Florlda'j EVERY MOTHER I ,-' -- I
L
I I.I Div t Ic I tlrayy tw4 lank* good of DaI... Sold In unable' (KHY.OCTY. FLOH1UAI IN : WANTSA -
,* length only! Floyd Hartuna-. Plaintiff ... M deI PICTUBK RECO.RD --
} ,5 4Ii l Tone Boxr -8\\lichen & for a llfetlmr! In 00. 82. GUM: NAT111NOiwitch. I Case line No Maddox tlS!I3OIIIIKR ,, Ilartunc, Defendant OF HER BABY ."",. -

Bo\fit-Conduit PX HO 220 BZ3 gallon and 1x6. 18. 1x10 *40 M >OP p".I"O'l'A'IIU the -
And the sooner Jt beglnn
OTK'B TO APPEARP'C
,C abe-Romex. w Ire-Pan- PINK: SHEATHING A 'I' E OF FLORIDA to It will be! I 't
I more precious That
i neat-ava-pin
'el Board Swltrhra CountIntermedlate. alien. TAG; ''1x6. 1x8. 1x10 Madeline Maddox .Hartunawhose I \I.plJ.pl'l'Wll
!' M residence and .ddr... la: Unknown: ance III nG accldent |It
?
ji; lets Other Item $60 mP811s
? 'to on dlJ'
$9.00 UP o..T.ra'S.r.I'W.1\ : In the appear above Give new fife: a? !by careful thorough, rlenaf
named Court and cause, wherein (
,. ., dry cleaning
seek divorce that not
plaintiff
tol001th1i1pwith 0111
''nuntv Telegraph' shall Br.dfnrd'' v grime, but actually rejmfnatw
this Order In next four
bsues.SVltntl. coats. Hate that MII1"U'd.up! Ted
& Frames 5
; FLUSH Windows Lavatories mv hand and official Deal look thU fall. !
it fOarke, Florida, thin September ', Don'tlalt, ;
q i VALVE Double Inline 12 lltwlndims. IS. 1044. SNRRwIN.WILLI'MS weather actually arriir- to.
; ,
w
OFFirtALi SEAf.V A. J. Thomas
'
r I 33""wlde x 4f\r\r\ A* Clerk of said Court clothes |In ,h"af"|
+ G i TOILETVltreowi 66" high. Also! .theni $ Hv Haven Crosby D C. ENAMEL01PCotorfuli
?* ,. 4 t .. -
.. .
.
-' PHONE 133
W.C.T.U.ITS'TIL Applies easil .
China iE1HIIl5FItlA Make An AppointmentFor *| Drift qnickljrtWcw ROUT.
1in1.l
Has Chrome i''i ; } Your Baby's bMod&llyt I.
:
d 8Inan-Type'-'-- Icr' Vrit6WO8'cli1NA' .... SOMEONE SCIENTIFIC: CAN OBSERATIONS. CONTROVERT Picture Today .."::1., AINISBUILDING GREEN -7 u.1! '

Valve \' TOTAL ABSTINENCE -
l+ 18"18"9" Inc. Owner
: Size Camera ,SUPPLIES ,
'i 10c FT.'& UP! IS THE ONLY SENSIBLE Hollywood
k ,,; Pe $12.50 BENCHES dlMCOunt t4 churchr* with. fauceta $12.50 COURSE FOR ANYBODY & Gift ShopCall 1038-1048., W. Main St; So.

mo IS NOT A. FOOL. ..81R
1, WILLIAM BRADY., Street At Railroad GAINESVILLE ; STARKE, FLA.

TRUSSES Oalvanlzrd (FLORIDA GOOD.NEWS.) Phone! 817-218,. PO ,Box 82! ,
6 r 6A
Sheet Iron
SIIEETROCK .
ATTIC
Ready-made for .

$32.00 PER M barn, garagem etc. $1 per Sheet FANS ,
31 ft. wide and
up. so" 8".e.75 .
I ROLLER Lie WMortment Other lze* up toIV Our Policy on

k' ,CELOTEX CONVEYORS PIPE & 'priced pro I

1' $35.00 PER MWALLBOARD New' $3 ft. FITTINGS portionally.GASOUNK. ....." .. :,;,':'

'r Cwd .. $J ft. Can-Water -Soil .. ..., ". \


''s t PUMPS ',y /r .
Buy A Building Electrically oper.Recording ,
_
2Vic FT. C"
3,8"
.. :
Buy A Rome.MIcd.. by Wayne rt...

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SEE .OUR. MANY MODEL HOMES ,. '. ;, ..:'f! 1. .

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Deliveries and Prices


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rthi.o Monday Through i t .
gat.rSay-fir m > .nj. to 5 p.ijf. .f
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Despite; 't the fact that Pontiac has built over a haItare among the many people who feel that Pontiac

f ARM* ; CAMP 1 WRECKING CORP million cars since the resumption of production after represents an outstanding value-and wish to order

I the war, demand still exceeds supply. In the face of this a Pontiac for future delivery-you will be interested

h record those who now in the policy on retail distribution which
production : place orders following ,
; CAMPjJJLANDlNa, FLA PO BOX 5f>J bTARKE Ft.A PHONE 6 t

s will still Jt experience some delay.*in, delivery.,, If ,'you*jA ,we,. as'Pootiac;( dealers, will .observe, ; ',,.

"

'ORDERS FILLED BY.PRIORITY YOU SPECIFY ACCESSORIES

A definite proportion of the cars we'receive from While most of, our customers order ttu

the'factory is set aside for preferential delivery to equipped: with accessories we do not/w/

r users whose work is, in the public welfare and to lories as !a,,condition: of sale. You: spill

SATURDAY others with certain occupational requirements, accessorles.yo" want when ordering a

> Otherwise, all orders will bt fled t&. basil of the these aqe the ones,(and the only ants)11._

WE WANT YOUR ORDER tires u/bfit tbry art received; when delivered. Some items may be lackillAnd ( |

t e 0000! BETTifR1 BESTI At Advertbedin the sooner you place it the sooner you will get' current shortages; but gone will it,adJt

delivery. So if you want a Pontiac Srder it now. -
srom
}rll l 't AHeto's o YOU ,PAY FACTORY-SUGGESTED PRICE REGARDING TRADE-INS
1fjr1
9 T WE WILL ESTIMATE DELIVERYDATE Due to changing economic conditions we cannot, Naturally, if you have a car to trade. fit

Due to conditions beyond our control we cannot when you place your order tell you exactly how like to have it in order to take care of our"

give you an exact date of delivery. But based on'mtlcb the car will cost when delivered in the future. used car customers. Our appraisals art fait,

? anticipated future shipments from the factory, we But at,the time of delivery you will be charged on current conditions. But if you do aot

Engin..r.d will, when you place your order, give you an honest only the factory suggested price on your modelcar to turn in, we still want your order i

to Run .lea q estimate of when you may expect your car. ,Such which will be shown in a published list of local accept it for.delivery.based. on the toali'estimates (

'i4 6000 HOURS will be r'eviewed'any' time on request. prices. lined above.*

+ WITHOUTOVfKHAUt

t Since this is our "home town", our business and its Nothing pleases us more than to turn over the keys of
f
YOII DON'T HAVE TO PAY HIGH PRICES r "
I future is based on our good relations with the people a new Pontiac to one of the many people whose

.4 TO GET SAFE IONG-MARIHG TIRESMWFE 4MDN of this community. We are most happy that so many orders we have because we know they have chosen

t, 1 people here-as all over the country-have made well-for Pontiac is always a thoroughly good car, and

GET A.. s AMERICA'S' Outboard Motors Pontiac their number one choice as a new car. thoroughly good taint, this year next year any year.
to
easier
Start Respond .'
.
't BIG TIRE VALUES! l' throttle Utter! Jeweled.bearings
"" '-' ... 'a-

s f t .,,Opendaba! **."\ Long Mileage Premium Safety atarter. r.-

f 'WIAKWIU SAFETY CHIP CURVE SAFETY "-wind.Twl.8".oth ebtgautomfatle'DeLu.e'8 'ILP.r .,::..r....:. ,- --..- -- -. --

(' CvoronfeeJ 12 J Mot. Cv ronf..d 18 Mot. Guaranteed/ 2"!fI. 149JSO8I JPONTIAC RETAIL DELIVERED PR. ES.IN STARKE -

r q 'Safe lone-wearing. Famous for safe, Extra safety for you .gfe Deluxe SJ H.P. )
Duality built tires extra-long mileage on curvet and wd 114 JO .
} In the tow priced Continuous free' den stops. Automatic I 'EASY TERMS Torpedo Models fN ri; ,.. Slrea'm/jn
.field plus a def- rolling ribs eliminate Curve-larlppers help .r] 2I. ac**. Models Rt ILl.>
t!t' 'u delta. written guarantee .cuffln,. Easier skids; Exiia 4 ,. ( ;
I steering. Blowout safety. '"" ........ c..".. a $1629 $1677 SOeieM C.S1SStmtUm >' y- ;.6 $1858
$
t .
w f x 4 low.* p&"ta $1811
11.50 exch. a.oo\i i3.2514.35 pius.tax e-ootte piu_.taj< I 4 ; ....., Gwpe 1681 1728 .. Lax. S4.. ...--._..- :: s :1. 1900 193le \

; t Lwx. Sport t:.. a '1770 1318 4. .... Sedww 190J
t ( OTHER .SIZES. SIMILAR SAVINGS 1 t .. .: .l 1861

1. 1 2..... Sedew a 1712 1759 tie L1IXe 4...... ....-- i i99aAedww
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1951
E J t: c..".. sI'i 1743 1790 Itl'ttlplp: .:, 253
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; 251k!
.. Lmx S..f4MB co..".. II : 1833 1880 .. Lwxe Stmti. :616
m w0S.w .
s 233
: t ty ...-.... S.d 1a e ..1! 1770 1818
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.. ...., -"". .. S.dww a 11 1/i 1860 1907 The for east
,d; w foregoing are f-ctory-miggeited local delivered prices
a I rawer- NEW ., .. Lwxe C,.ssr.rfl4Vf' 2154 2201 the IS models available. Accessories, optional equipment .Dail
t .' HIGH PERFORMANCE 7 extra.. Prices are '
: sugject to change without.notice.
79 50 .
TJtUETONC CONSOLE ? '
"TrIe," Windshiild )

f '1 WIPER MOTORS A Fine Owofe Radio Withou the -.' STANDARD tQVttMSNT mt **r* ass .lmJt Spare tire, tube and '- 1 Jrmrd. .\
q, Added Cost Ol Phonograph! t .. weal apdq woven; dual wfadahWd" wipmt dual tail la p.r IupermaMac Isd b Igs! f
For most ears. Short-wev. Brings Market. & W.ieh r. L t I <* a-..i dwlRl. .. wa wi .. .
: oil d: dpi lighter" aA imlisist .... "
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't. } a asbilnloe a
New precision Reports If .rotdcnt Bend l II Noiiy! v ..' *- .A:.. ; (s(y!, s od.4)J sla ..tie'do.. '
I built. Equip. liate.1 onside lock o. both boss .boon..M WXS EQUiAtdzV
?
distant reception even,, \ .. lad, atWr155
's i g -
BATTItKSGwaranfeeo ment type. SatUfylng \ -,
W11ARD under adverse conditions..,eu.r Two soee bedaddort,. Ituaoe type "'ploWnyt....hma ttaseiag .....: elearic dodEl ,
t 2 Year 4;, I .- -=o.leii_p. ....... llteut re fssd t *ra d g.s/dli Moss piatad whssl. dish tiler '-..-..' .
FM <... .
N... 4.50 Same above plus 99.50 __: ), :
:
Original equipment-type) \ toP static. -fr.e reception. .. -, -
.. -
1 featury. Reserve power"" ror -- e .5 --- -- Easy Terms ...
\ q't1ck staru. rule alae; lOt: ; I .
". hours. tier rl "
*ins .
1 ; r < ..\ WFT RNI\ITOA "(HITfT' Temple & Pr.it"St R .. '
Te"h
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? For Most 'cars McGriff Motors :
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