Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 29, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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To Face VotersInterest I Official Countu Publication Establlthed In $877OLUMK '!1

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I I j I'I Pecan Auction Fans Ready To Welcome Tornadoes Hardsurfacing

; ar i i Sells Volume e Bayless Highway

I Back On Home Ground Friday Night

,, < ,; e J0f Lbs. To Begin Soon
y. 28,114
y Displaying an Iron wall def "*
tt..t three withstood wltherln i Bradford Holds Monticello ScorelessIn school goal line defense la be-

1 lieved to have been set by Tornado John R. Slade of Lake Cltj:l,
With no price supportTSjpfn the attack! In the shadow of then o-oV
via three times Inside with the Stat,
linesman holding division engineer

Commodity ,Credit Corporation, post BHS Tornadoes turned I"* Memorable Battle Last Friday the 2 yard line with Mon Road Department, assured Com':
alt memorable performance "a '
pecan growers In this area'soldtheir MontifVlo'-- ; tloello first and goal. Bradford' ty Commissioner E. L. Crawfot'
Friday night to
nuts at ,auction bere Tuesday to seoreles offensive line play also showed and Clerk of the Court A., .'
unbeaten Tigers a '
one-thIrd' promise of coming out of thkinks Thomas In 'a long: distance tel.:
for the
t YMY roughly tie. .... ...,'.,.- '"'!',. -,,- -, .
+ e# + and fine blocking was exhibited phone conversation Tuesday thus
y .
peak that In tN>-
prices prevailed. The sound f f .III""Dln-l le M, r '
in hard-surfacing of the Bay lei
spots. l I ;
1846.I '
rfd\\ '
echoed over Montlcello's ( n' .
George Winkler turned in his Highway will begin as soon '
I I I. NPi ,
-'lit' A total of 28,111 pounds passed as both team pulled no punche- '
r. heat performance to date at left the right of way has been cleanH1:
over the market platform at the and played' hondn-up b H In 'h"t
first sale here Tuesday with wan described us one of the; bpshigh ( end.Jack Work of drawing up the deed;
Wainwright at left tackle has been completed and they
: Money 'Makers, Curtis and Stewart IK'horrnell' ever turned :1. : ..
; clayed' fine both defen- i received here Wednesda
a !, were
w rg-' ? the three leading verities, ((9>/ by,",.schools of comnar. bV, size :#'
I "" Titter atve and offensive. morning for signing; by propert,
bringing lOMiC. 14Hc. and 18 l-4c 'I'Twaa a bitter night for *
RlKht Guard Spencer Crew owners. Preparation of the !
p per pound respectively. Prices. on fan. who had seen their t<'.sm tff i I deeds
.. caught ball carriers for severs was delayed somewhat by tl ,
these three varieties in 1M6( unbeaten In threw. years of reptil "'"
rood losses and did fine Illness of C. J. DeCamp, right c1
c a job
; reached a top of 38 l-4c for IIl'n""nI v. With such notnM-
112Mvr engineer with the road du I
Money Makers, 39 l-4c for Cur- scalps' its Thomasvllle. CHiltman way

I Us, and 42 l-2c for Stew trts. and Madimn already, dangling Curl Johns, light weight 9th partment. ;
grader, exhibited some of the The Bayless highway diet;
The low prices prevailing this frnm Its belt thin season, Monti- I |
quickest charging and hardest tance of seven miles starting
: : attributed to cello had obviously sharpened 1thettis at
season are a near-
drive, blocking and tackling seen I the Pine Level Church on Rout
for another victim
i I record crop of competitive nuts area .... ))
.. parts many a moon. 100 and north-northeast
'filberts and almonds) in other but thereby: han!!'" a,, tale. 1 running ,
Francis Parkhurst (defensive ward to Highway 16 near th
sections of the country and a It wan nip and tuck thmu01 I ,
: of in the : out the first h>,lf, featured t h" right tackle) and Jack Rave I State Prison entrance will cost
lumper crop pecans
area beginning north of Lake hard blocking' ticklln and char"Ing (offensive right tackle) played nect up with the LawteyStatFarm
: : r '\ ('()commendable hard-charging road .which Is! also bein,
: Butler and continuing through on both sldrn.' BITS receive-4 ;(

r I corgia. the kickoff but couldn't move Ir I ;, rame. hardsurfaced giving a 13 mlU

I I 'he fist' series' of nays; kick..' l Owen Mills and Micky Ellis stretch of new hard road. \
Market Alvarer'ated 4
Manager Ralph ... at
illernatlnir right '
end -
"tit. and MnTirirollo wan al!'" per'ormert Bradford' County Is slated t (
that the prices prevailing" ,, well I
on bojh and
qtoVmPtedklkerl' beck to TW" Set 22 miles of hard urfaced roar.;
it the here Tuesday were offense.
and was out of bounds on 9 yar A II this year with two other link.
psi' better than those reported from lne. .. Onortorbnck Jack Hazen called There.ea'an't
from to
Hampton ; '
1, 1.yr'1r previous sales In other section In the second half PHS kl.*k.. a fine game setting off come from Brooker to j
.. Growers received a total of $3(51387 ,- food! passes! and creditable block Worthington I
off to Mnntlrello who hrnurh'the ) '
Included In the Road Department'current *
( for the 28,114 pounds: of *Ing and tackling.
hall bock to ild-fleld an'1
1 nuts sold here Tuesday.i CARL JO..StiAeeounted budget.
down kicked Glenn Conner played strlctTien ;. I
hogged ; to BII drains
The final of
next auction will be heM I surveY'
w"f I i who carried to their 45, torture I'KTC HA "? for MWIW of the < ""-up ball as defensive quay the veil f
Kati Thursday, Nov. 4. age, on Bayless Highway
&, r Sown and kicked to Mont1c'!l'rv IA'II Tornadoes an Captain InMontU' tcihnck.Halfback. be .
quickest charging and hartlfHt completed within the nex j
FY FYfit. I IFarmers Tlsrern returned to midfield an1 'II" frame with regular/ Drew Reddish did hi- few days, and it Is expected tha I ,

Urged stuck: BHS took over, starter Captain Jamon Phillip out of blocking; and tackling seen on best running of the season-hard. actual hard-surfacing operations,

I To List Acreages : to move and went tin field throur'Hazen's ins up because of Injurten. | the Tornado squad this M>a on. low shifty and fast. Vernon will begin by the middle of No|

I passing Reddlsh's an/ Crosby and Carl Carter, where vember. Am soon as deeds art!t

I For Spring Crops I Croi..bv'n running, and Pete 8! pp'- also hard to bring down andrlay.d dgned 'the county road crew wilj!

line bucks and outside plays. he fourth quarter. Tigers made a bone-crushing tackle hit good defensive ball. begin moving houses;" packlni'f
County Agent T K. McClane. Tornadoes. carried the ball
b ting so hard his fumbled
the ball man same It> TonightTonight'a sheds, etc. to clear
'rought upfleld on one re the right or$
Jr. stressed the fact today thatIt their 35: and Reddish/ took and Conner '
+"a ,, arow came in fast from .
as game) with P. K. way. This stretch of road will bed r
.Ight side and one left side play,
i Is necessary for farmers to right side for 8 c"Ue"back
yards: snfety position and recovered on
Yon e at Bradford-Park will ,be built by the Department's own)
liat their intended acreage of on a 15 yard penalty. BHSstarted had,, a moment of good blocking: the one yard line.. Hacen ran a broadcast radio Construction Blade'' ,

Interest in the prubluentUl. uaiiipixlfi': Is expected to U.MK out It cabbage and spring truck crop. I to move annul, but the uid took it to BHS's 9 yard line quarterback aneak! ._and .the Tornadoes WRVF. Gainesville.over station, The Bayless gang, Mr. said

"''r vote in next Tuesday's General Election although it Ia doubtfulmore In order to Interest buyers. I next play .was called back for e :raining 80 yards in two plays. kicked out. Highway mriu traverae -
Tornado the moat thickly settled
: than 25: percent of the 5,000,. plus qualified voters in thlijnty "I have received several Inquiries 15: YArd penalty for alugglni Tornadoes held took over on With seconds left to_.play; Mon be back Captain-In the James starting Phillipswill line- farming area in Bradford County

visit the polls. from large buyers want- against Monticello's 230 lb. left towns and kicked out. Monticello
ticello had the ball on Bradford' up after being laid up with lime and will provide'axcaUen! farm
Ing to know the ot cab guard. inside the 2
, As usual, It is generally coneeded that nominees of the Demo- acreage ame back yard 40 and Blackrnbn, Tiger fullback bums ever since the Daytona to market, facilities for this saes tplion.
bage In Bradford County the BHS started to move again line first and goal. BHS held .. .,
rile Party will be elected since the Republican Party despite gain"cpnt Beach three' weeks
vest week", Mr. McClane stated. and touchdown kicked and who shifts to quarter game ago.
a seemed In ,the again out i ,Monticello for'l'.alng.' j
years; is still not strong enough to place an: election I Iaht. I Thla .i. P. Ky ,Yonge'a" first '
inquiries making but an offside pQWlty came back inside, the 2pint faded"tmek 'fot'pas"kn4'yreesmothered > j
: turn-out t thny season of football and they" Tornado'BackeriWill
) Consequently many voters who. ielpi'eelect acreage helped bog the boys down again. 1 first and goal. BHS held tor>> 'two for a IS yard loss !' araTated

nominees"in the"primary election fail to return to. the polls in of spring cucumbers."'' Mr. Alvarez .< TornaQoes kicked putting' Mon downs, then Monticello attemptedto tile ,entire Tornado line as bY'1 f fHallowe'en fast tor have back.a'and fair team;boastIng ..- Ask'Board ,.

'". ,, at the Farmers' ,Market ticello close to their goal line In come over right aide and Sapp, final'whistle. "' blew attack. a good passIng

ThIs lack all has also received some inquirieson Improve Field
of Interest Is to be deplored however and qualifiedctors

,-< are urged to visit the polls next Tuesday\ In view of the factht Growers various crops. and Improved Cane I II I. Health Officials Wainwright UrgesDemocrats' A delegation of .citizens interiested
a President Is to be chosen and some important amendments toe I In
urged to list their acreage of cab- Ready For FarmersAt Give DemonstrationAt more adequate facilities tat
Florida constitution are up for approval or disapproval.The Wid To Vote BHS will appear,.before the
bage spring vegetables either
ballot. exhibited In the picture above by Mrs. James Deaver, at the County Agents' office at U. of F.'Station P-TA MeetingThe Straight Ticket I School Board at Its meeting Mon.

nber of the staff In the office of Clerk of the Court A. J. Thomas, the courthouse or with Mr. Alvarez day morning: at 10:30: o'clock to

the largest!: In the history of this county Although lengthy there at the market in order to County Agent T. K. McClane regular meeting of tho CarnivalAnnual ; Remembering the dark "Hoo request that steps be taken fO.1 j \I:
announced today that the Florida Parent-Teacher Association was the improvement of' f
nothing particularly complicated about it, and the voter will have arrive at a definite minimum to ver Days", N. D. (Noon) WainWright drainage
Experiment Station at Gainesville 1 held Wednesday at 3:13: and or grading of the athletic
the who afternoon
give buyers are Interestedin !
> trouble if he follows, the instructions printed In each ballot. I I Hallowe'en festivitieswill .11'. today In a statement field. i
coming to Bradford Countythis has 100,000 or more stalksof In the USO building with Mrs. s
Per the first t'me In Florida of cnndl- begin in Starke at 2 o'clock to the r
the names ) presidential winter and Telegraph said that he Is Two scheduled home games had]

,:lei appear directly on.the ballot and a1i\ for the first time there spring. sugar cane available for distribution T. B. Harding presiding. 1 I Friday afternoon'' when the big/ voting 'and urges the voters of to be played on out of town fields .

|candidates of four parties not just the Democratic and Repub- to farmers. The priceis Mrs. E. D. Tenly opened the PTA Carnival gets under way Florida to vote the Democratic this season because 'Bradford'Park
Tornado B Squad session with short talk observing with a colorful
11II as has been the case heretofore.To 1 cent per stalk or lip! per 1009st I a on parade. ticket. was too wet. It i Ia pointed
Family Week of Prayer. Formation begins at 1:30: nn the !tt
out. Such conditions !
Seen Here Thursday the stptlon. The station labor are causing
vote for Truman. Dewey, Thurmond, or Wallace, the voter After a short business session! 'l street south of the school.! Older Mr. Wainwright stated that the BHS Athletic '
will and cut the and Department to I
"'rlv marks an X In the circle above the name of the candidate of top cane the meeting was turned over to children will form first, but will
I The Tornado B Squad bowed nil the farmers will have to do during the past 16 years of Democratic operate at a loss due to ruined j
i choice. ,. Mrs. T. H. Blade chairman of be last in the parade.
13-6 to Palatka's B in a game Is to pick It up. All of this cane Administration Florida equipment and the cutting; ot t

Only two Democratic nominees. Warren for Governor and Ben- played here Thursday night Oct. Is one of the Improved varieties Health, who presented Dr. A. Y. With C. H. Nasworlhy as par- and the South have derived more gate receipts.Interested. j

for ronirrejwrnan! have Republican oppos'tlon'! but the Demo- 21. most of which Is Fla. 762. Covlngton, director of the Brad- tide marshall the route to be followed benefits and progressed further persona from ells!I 1 1
ford Health and his
ile voter should not fall to place an X before the name of all Donald Prevatt scored for Brad- Farmers Interested In obtainingthis of Department. will be south on Temple than any comparable period of: sections of the county are Invited ) I

r', nominees, whether opposed or not. I I ford on an off-tackle play In the cane are urged to let the staff nurses.Dr. Ave to Cnll St., east on Call to Republican regime. "I am voting to meet with the delegation at I

The average voter will have little trouble with the ticket until second quarter. Jim Godwin prin- Experiment Station know. which Covington talked on "TheInseparabiesMind Walnut north on Walnut to for Truman for President and the courthouse at 10:30: Monday t

I* omen to the Constitutional amendments, and here he might "bog cipal pass-catcher for BHS dfd day they will be there so they and, Body", Washington' and west on Wash- Barkley for Vice President ho and appear before the School)
child ington to the
stressing the fact that a ITSO building where Board. l
|' a fine job, and Donald Bennett will have the The only stated "and
cane ready. and all of the
1unless he has made of them In advance any
some study |I booths vllf
I must be physically alert In orderto be set and the
did most of the withbulletlike up
tossing days will be Issued sold other Nominees" of .
cane or the Democratic
In order to be of,what service. we can, the Telegraph herewitha be mentally alert This year street roped off. '' !,
precision Leslie Sapp are November 1 to November 5, Party. Florida has never de. Jack Andrews
a brief explanation of each amendment, In the order of Its ap- there will be special emphasis
made an excellent catch good Inclusive. Cane will not be available No vohl'-les" will be o'lnwed In rived any benefit from the Republican

urance. on the ballot. We also give our recommendation for ap.oval for 18 yards. "I "' after November B. on the child's hearing and vision the parade, and no prizes will be Administration but on And Trained Bull j

or disapproval on the basis of what Information we have gained j|1, Coach Thunderburk stated that J Dr. Covlnfjton stated. Every child offered. Everyone' dresses strictly the other hand has suffered Indignities At Horse ShoW' I
In Bradford schools wilt
III County
varied sources. I|! the purpose of the B Squad I for fun. and adult masqueraderaare and has been harressed Ioj
be tested and the PTA member-
Amendment No. 1 games Is for training and that Large Egg ShownWith ship will be called to assist welcome.At by this party especially after Bradford and Union County. III

Would give the seventh cent of'the state gasoline tax to roadrposea his policy will be to play every I .with these examination.upon te TTSO there will be fishponds the Civil War and during the friends and relatives of Jack An '

Instead of to schools and the State's general revenue fund man on the squad even though "hen fruit" selling at 85c I for the little one II" well Carper-bagger administration" he draws will have an opportunity,),

*l present. |i I It means sacrificing a possible a dozen lots of people have been Dr. Covington said that an estimated as the "b\g\ ones", and plenty of said to see his famous trained Brahma J. 1

Thla amendment Is favored by the-State Road Department and(1 wtn. enviously eyeing the super egg 85: percent of the schoolchildren homemade! cakes and pies sold "I urge all of our votes to atay bull at the Gainesville Hone :"'

,'rally by Boards of County Commissioners" but Is strongly opposed'1 The Palatka B Squad also defeated placed on display at the Telegraph had received Immunizations by the Woman's Club The Junior, with the Demoncratlc party. If Show this Friday and Saturday.'

rhool people. |' Bradford B's 13-0 in a office by Clarence Battles, colored \ since the program got under Woman's Club will operate an any of you need transportation Trainer Andrews, who as a

Proponents that'Florida game In Palatka on Oct. 14. resident of Reno. The ego; was J In 1946. One of the highlight old-fashioned country store made to get' to the Polls please phone school boy. lived on a farm northeast 11
has 45,000: miles of state roadst way
1 argue The B Squad played Live Oak laid by a seven months old pullet possible by donations of merchan 151: and transportation will be of Starke got a hankering 1
can maintain only 8,000 miles while practically no money is of the meeting came when the dise from local stores. about
Ieble here this Thursday and will who was evidently determinedto provided. eight yearn ago to "da

for building secondary roads. i I tourney to Live Oak for a return I make the older hens turn speaker pointed out that many Supper will be served! from 5:30: N. D. Wainwright Jr. something different". He did:

.,,.Opponents.. I (Including Democratic nominee for Governor Fuller' game on Nov 4. green with envy. I! parents do not want their children until 6:30.: with olentv of ham. bought- A IwHv--- -It.--."......-. .-.....n...'

IP argue that taking approximately 18,000.000 from schools arialPral vaccinated because they do baked beans cole slaw, 1'011and. ., Lumbermen Enjoy raised him on a bottle and taught

revenue would mean only that new taxes would haie to be serve at a financial sacrifice. not understand the new methods ,coffee for !SOc. him a routine of tricks. Sine' y

'!led to make up the deficit. OUR VRRDKTt( Under present circumstances a raise In pay and to illustrate It, he called Mrs. Folk dancing: will be enjoyed Barbecue Saturday then: Andrew. and his bun have I r f .

O'RRIHC'r: : Vote NO on No. 1. Although ever'-one reroe-;- seems justified. Vote YES. Covlngton up and vaccinated her In the USO from supper time At Gold Head Park Garden appeared In Madison Squared;' i J I

the need for more hard roads and better malnternnpf of the Amendment No. 5 aa a demonstration. until time for the football game.After and with rodeos throughout -: ''Ii

.** *'* ''ave. It docs not' seem wise to write-the 7th cent. allocation I Would give the Legislature* power to revise the Constitution article 'I Refreshments were served In the game the PTA recrea The Southeastern Lumber Producers The the Horse nation. !' !; >I

/' the Con tltutlon, preventing" ; Its use for anything. hut road, pur- 1 by article. At the present time the Legislature may amend but the lobby before adjournment. tion department will sponsor the Association held an all the Alachua County Show sponsored by;l, j q
usual !
Riding Hera
s night dance. day and
even meeting barbecue at Gold
In the greatest emergency.: 'revision Is permitted only by a convention of delegates chosen for '- / Head State Park last
Amendment No. 2 that specific purpose.., Home Here SatQl'day.with grounds just north
Places Buys. Stephens B. T. Thomas as hostessto of Gainesville, f:+ .
certain restrictions on bonding poser for fhml purpiKes Opponents of Oils amendment point out that It would open the EmployedAt members and their wives. near the airport. The program

Provides that a majority of freeholders '(property owners) must way to hasty Ill-considered revision of the constitution and that the Emma Deckert of Starke has Jitney Jungle begins Friday and Saturday night I 'f,.
'rive such sold to Horace J. Foster of Port After a delicious barbecue dinner at 8 o'clock and ,
r Issue. overworked Legislature cannot devote the necessary time_for adequate / at Saturday after 11' .1
Op"nS Austin Mich. 2 1-2 Morgan W. noon a short business session noon at 2
d generally by school Interest who went cmintv school revision. acres and Stephens, who has o'clock. s
'Ma to be block house about two miles east been manager of the local A & P was held with Mr. B. C. Andrew. la! the son of T. '' I
aulhorlred to Issue revenue certiorates against the new OUR VERDICTS If the Constitution Is tampered with at all, the Miles, president of the r ffl
r.uI.C8' of Starke on Road 100. The Bale store for the past two and a half association Andrew. of Lake Butler.
pltal outlay without election. job should be done by a convention of delegate Vote NO. from Ga. ; ;
.!: grants an was made through' the E. A. years,, joined the personnel ''at Jesup, presiding. JoIn.I '1

''e been R'ERDICTI Vote NO on No. 2. Since sub whool districts Amendment No. 0 Strout Agency. Jitney Jungle on Wednesday.Mr. i I McCarthey spoke on the wotkof Optometrist ''1 fl'1141

consolidated> into one district In each county it might prove Would permit Supreme and Circuit Judges to retire Instead of I the Lumbermen's club work. Here t
stated that
.Mmely 4e4 dIfficult ever to obtain approval by county-wide vote. for a resigning (as now required) when they become eligible for pensions. O. J. FarmerOliver will be glad to serve his old customers Mr. J. C. McNeil], Jacksonville Beginning Thursday Nov. 4. ,t. .
secretary ;
tfierenre"chol "building in one particular section of the county due to This seems a mere technicality but would permit the retired judgesto at his ,new location. the .work.gave some highlightsof I Dr. Bernard Forrest of Live Oak, ,?

of voters not affected by the school in question. serve temporarily on the bench If needed and If they so desire. James Farmer 83.. .a of Jacksonville Ex-Mayor, the J. Alsop. will be In Siarka each Thursday'' I ,,.1

imposes Amendment No. S OCR VERDICT Vote YE8.AmftIdme.ta. native of Starke and a resident Recent BirthsMr. speaker told of the need for principle better, to render optometrto and orth- n it

to add two new Senatorial Districts one In South Flor- No, 7. 8. f. 10 of Tavarea for 16 years, died In grades of lumber. optic services, according to aw
(if I i
nroe County) and one In North Florida (Bay County). Would place the assessment of all.taxes within St. Lucie.: Plnel- an Orlando hospital Wednesday >I and Mrs. Lorenza Archibald Among the 60 guests enjoying: : announcement thus! week.' He la, "

lcauons are that creation theM two districts' would serve las Volusla and Broward Counties In the office of the county tax Oct. 19. He was a retired news Alvarez of Starke announce the occasion were Mr. and Mra. a World War n veteran and o'
"orth;: e purpose and would further! Increase the cost of, the assessor and the collection of all taxes within the. counties In the paper publisher having owned the birth of a daughter Lorene. Nelson Green and daughters Mr. member of the American Legion;;' 4',t:

lalat office of the county tax collector. and published a' paper In Galnesvllle on Oct. 19 at the Shadycrest 'and Mra. F. P.' Hens and ,Mra. Before the war Dr. Forrest. prac.1; \ i

l R V1=BDICT: Vote'NO on No. 3.Amendment OUR VERDICT Doubtful If the consolidation. would save expense now which the Gainesville he sold and Sun.which Is Hospital.Mr. and, Mra. Edwin H. St., I E. K. Hall of Branford Mr. La- F, tlced seven, years aFOOD In Miami. sa ., -. .:.\

No. 4 ; might result In confusion and conflict between county and John verne Outlaw Mr. and Mrs. S. ,s
J "of Baldwin RALE i
Would' are the proud K. Sparks Mra. B. T. Thomas .
7, Plus, rile( the pay of Legislators from 16 per day to 110 perIt city. Better vote NO on these ': FIRE CHIEF: THANKS parents of a son. Edwin H. St. daughters. Mrs J. I. Hines and of There ,will be'a hot dog and ,; y

not more than T-80 l Amendment No.. 12 'Fire Chief Buford wishes to John Jr. born hamburger ale at J
I, per day for lub tence. at St. Vincent' Live Oak. ),(1'., Dowllnjr of Jack the New Cbni j ,
r **1 reneraIly acknowledged' that a Legislator cannot live on $6 Proposes to make the judge of the Court of Record for Cscambla thank the people of Starke for Hospital. Jacksonville on Satur- sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Sam ffregatlonal Methodist Church,.\' "f

Tailahauee! during the session Proponents of this amendr County an elective Initead of an appointive office. their help and cooperation during day. Mra. V. S. St. John U visiting Saunders of Green Cove Springs three miles 'north of Starke oa I '

Say this! makes It touch on the honest legislator who must OUR VERDICT 0; K. by us. Vote YES on No. 12. week.the Florida Plastic fire last the St. John. In Baldwin for [tIInd Mrs. D. L. Thomas and daugh Jacksonville ternoon. 'hI.hway. Friday fj I.

i .everal weeks. ter, 'Seleta. Novo, 12.
I The. public la Invited to attend.. '
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.q, j ? /: --- . . . parents, Mr. and Mrs. Noah -- -- -''"'01
11 fine Buddy Par- Jack-
< gettingalong
was walking along bll8king'ill epd her
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,.: Bradford County Telegraph the warmth of the sun and list- rlsh Is staying with his grand I GrahamBy Sunday. Foster
{1 ;! Clay Hill en'ng to the rustle of the leave parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lang Mr. and Mrs. Kitchen of Gainesville attended P.eYnol V 0'
i ESTABLISHED 1877 C. L. MATTHEWS. OwNKft-EDITOft, when something struck my slippers and going to school as his par Mr*. John !McKlnney were visiting her Mother Mrs. MaUde the runel'al
I.nra nllrll'Iohr: Winton Par- Noah Jackson, Sunday afternoon.
lly Mrs.
both of them with hard ents. Mr. and I Gravel
a The f
W'' t,! Pubit.hrd Fverjr FridayCU and Entered M Second ronC', Nelir.Wherein rap. I looked down and I was rlsh have moved to Lawtey to Leonard McKlnny and L. D. People of 1114
Hj I" 1 :[.i.1 :Matter :at the PostMEMBER __. Office at Starke, Fla . right on a good-sized anake. You take the job as boss of a turpentine Mr. L M. Jariu.1 Jr. from Graham of Holly Hill were vlalt- of Were Mrll.sorry to he r(
North Carolina was visiting in Ing Mr. and Mrs John McKlnny Maude
li )' know I camp.
> may stepped prettvlively
w.' '" I flni h my painting lost horselast Graham Sunday, Saturday night and There Will fah
Harrison Mosley a Sunday.Mr.
1948 I went In the and
\:. fl f end l haBo", encounter the garage party I
I' on at
week. It just and died Mr and Mrs. J. W. Jackson' anti) and Mra. Felton'Graves and the Cr
the hoe. The up
got viper was still "*
i t !awn with a lx-r.| I bkJ the baby of Waldo were visiting his children of Lutz day evening "
'f 'Ii..j.j Subscription $SJO Annually S1J For Six Month robins goodbye.Dear waiting for me sticking his they had had him some yearsNice spent the week I
I J Y' tongue out in a very unfriendly letter from Lela Mae Car I IContlnu.d, OIl. .,
,,,S,.tJ' t- bird. I glimpse you thru a manner. One .hack with the hoo ter. She has had flu and rheumatism --
4. ,{. silver screen I 'ind he was no longer dangerous in one leg. She says Belt --
: I ,f Autumn mist, that !lpangle4IInjt'.rlng 's I struck his head. He was Mosley is going to high schoolat
a {; I''., AS WE GO TO THE POLLS NEXT TUESDAY greenOn about a yard long and two Inches Starke. I surely am glad to 'Don't
crabtree branches where you In diameter. He was brown with hear that. She must be in the Fore
;t :: The issues to be decided at the polls next Tuesday are f
fluff and preen.I other colors mixed In. i pever tenth grade.
.' f'1' that it would behoove voter to
\; I of such significance every know this Is a farewell Interlude saw a snake like It. HELPFUL HINTS: If you' I
,. I : spend an hour or so this weekend in serious meditation. Do -- I just have one rooster. I killed stove smokes and blacks your To Rem
''t. tlt' not lightly dismiss the matter by saying simply that your For dawn and twilight songs another for Don's birthday. There kettles, rub the bottom with r Qtn
if I \.fit'".. ki '1 mind is made up. Keep an open mind right up to election eve bright-hued lis a young pigeon in the pen with: soap before setting on the fire.!
.1 l( I and, after carefully weighing all available information i if ,That summered in my heart-all Tom. our last rooster. They are I'I'jtl'f'at The black comes right off. I
I 'itt'- .'1 you find you have a change of heart or mind, do not hesitate gratitude. pala. I have traps set aboutIn have found If I want to iron
II, the corners down stairs and clothes right away and they are ,
; 'i i..1[ i.: r to vote your convictions at polls. Your burnished breast dispels the I
one behind the davenport to not sprinkled, use hot water to I' Saflt
<":,: ,' :\\i' For our part, we are firmly convinced that the only logii mornings cold catch mice that will sneak In sprinkle and roll them up tight; (
i ;' the Democrat is to remain a Democrat and With copper echo of my zinnias
iii'i! ; i ;tl cal course! for these cold nights. Digger delightsIn you can Iron In a few minutes.
.. JJ ',1 vote for the party's nominees. boldBonfires looking at the traps each When sewing on buttons with n I I i1\V
1..J t%, I t'"' Other than this we wish only to urge every qualified and my fence-high marl morning as we go down to see double thread try knotting each DO }'OUR
f't..I i ,I gold. If we have any mice. It Is funny I end separately and your thread I
; ,f !?w'. voter in the county to go to the polls next Tuesday and vote. FLY NOW TO SOUTHERN to see him run from one to the will not tangle. CHRlST.JIA
:' ''' Do not neglect to place an X before the names of all nominees SUNS! You leave me warm other. When "ve have a mouse hI' r TRY THIS: Soak prunes 1mlnut.s SHOPPHi

"1"I't'\ III of the Democratic Party, from highest to lowest, whether To swirling welcome storm-winters gray and lets out a bark. He U funny. In cold water. Wash, Ena3>4tf, E A 1,
I have RGY
the kitchen painted drain add more cold water and
,.'''. they have opposition or not. Remember that a nominee is Till you and spring fly back ,in Just finished It this afternoon let stand over night. They needno
; ..' ,-tr ):f not elected in the primary, but only nominated as the Party's golden -Esther swarm. That is the seventh and last roam cooking are plump and very i 4Rp USE OUR LAY-AWtt
k '. ,, .' : candidate in the General Election in November. If Democrats Lloyd HaggToday upstairs. I will clean the paperin delicious without sugar for break- WHILE STOCKS

LP fail to vote for their party nominees in the General I said good-bye to the You the long hall then be done fast.Last PLETE!AM
can only Imagine how I
robins. I Tuesday :when the Lady
am sure they are comIng -
''' ,I. "
; 'i''" Election there is always a chance that a small group might down to winter with you. delight in my work. Do not ask minister was here, she suddenly
.J fIt'* '' .;; "write in" a name on the November ticket and thus thwart The above poem Is October Rob- me how I ever did it. I Just said to me In a low tone "I wantto SCHWINN ; -
:f 5' I -. the will of the voters as expressed in the primary. Don'ttake In. I shall miss their cheery song worked on, enjoying the creation tell you something. I held I ri
\;:k"i, a chance. Vote for the Party's nominees all the way! My zinnias are brown and near! and at last I am done. I also my ear down closer so she could BICYCLES 66.95SENIOR
\\&l, .. > ,... !;. The leaves are falling with ever. have some' new shag rugs, bone almost whisper to me. She said to Toy Set
white new curtains lamp shade.* I want to ;
t gust of wind. The sun shines with just tell you. I think -
t :r a i strange slanting light and each and pictures. What a joy to create you make a good undertaker'swife. I I
l/ day shorter. Soon home. I have the new bed In ou: ." I was surprised and II -
f lit F R. B. Alvarez & Son be grows whirling past the windows snowwill I Ito son's room, and it really look pleased. I said, "Thank You", of Horsman DOLLS --4.98 'I Metal
,1) nice. TEA
lie in high heaps on the lawn. Ii course. All such little things!' i SET ]
?{ I ; t was out awhile ago in the yardo Letter from my son's wife. She bring joy and happiness Into an .
: burn some trash. I walkedut does write such nice letters that otherwise work-a-day world. All
;' Transfer & Storage Co. under one of the large maple bring joy to my heart. They ar" ,., for now, God bless you, Love- HORSMAN -
l' !rees..The. leaves are quite thick setting a new roof on their barn. LURA I Ron-Over
"' beneath the tree and I shall nor They have the big living room 1 18in.Bride Doll 9.95 Airplane 1
] it'l ; i AGENT FOR DELCHER all -
: BROS. rake them until they are all down. freshly painted and fixed up m
j. for the winter. Little Frederick
f. Moving and Phone 9105 my grandson was starting to PISTOLS
Uf to school that morning In his black andi no
", f ,; .: Sl t1rag" We Operate Local and Long Dis- ..t fNf F Af5tr.b and red check shirt new cord- Cash Registers 3.98 HOLSTERS 1.9810
ALL9 oury pants tan oxfords, brownsweatercoat
; i l" "t ; S4'- -.-- tance. Also Hauling Anywhere In a
P* and a rain coat as 1 1VNE
I i'", Starke City Limits. It was raining. He rides the bll4 y

SEE US FIRST from his home "Jingle Valley" to DELUXE v Electric Trains .1 13:
"f' school. For me life is so bubblingover -
:, .R .. \L' \, wu..wnr with wonderful things. PLAY STOVE 3.59
We had a funeral Tuesday. I
somehow manage to get all done : MOTOROLA

Itt'Ii r Don Lots Such gotl of a sweet letters several letter from birthday Clay from cards Hill the Kitchen Cabinet 3.98; RADIOS .17.50to2

primary teacher Mildred WoodShe .
I1a has 47 in her room. I am
I sure she has her hands full. The

New officers were elected.
of the
Pres. Mrs. Richard Lang, Vlca

..;' ,A 1 Ltd JUNGLE QUEEN I I II Treas.lain Prea.chaplain Aunt Lottie Miss Mrs.Lilly Mildred Starling Arthur Wilkinson Wood.', Wilkinson Sec.Chap.and co-i a bargains Windstorm in insurance policy. is Farm, Home &. Auto Suppl y

{ k r' COFFEE'39' They are working on the powerlines See 144 W. Call St.
into Clay Hill. Rev Strick-
I PT. BLUE SALAD I land is holding a series of meetings
PLATE at his home every night "Don't
from 7:00: until 8:00: pm. on Charley E. Johns Forget To Remember"Refreshment.
19 "Satan and Jesus" Lorene Padgett
writes she loves to go to school Agency I
TALL PET 1 1LB. ALL-SWEET and has two girl chums, Mildred Phone IS STARKK, FL.t.i.pr..ntina .

Sculley and Shirley Carter. Ilia .... h."
!Mae Johns Is still visiting in t ;

MILK .. .. 24c I FOMARGARINE)' Jessup Ga. Mrs. Fred Lang fell ............
YY 35c down the steps and broke her THE TRAVELERS Hartford Too
ly + arm. We are sorry but she Is -
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r : aFRESH FRUITS ail! 5 LB; NO. 1 1f Ty From where I sit..&/ Joe Marsh Is a Public- Semi'

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BANANAS 3 Ib.] 18c Newcomer to our town are pax- contributing cakes pie! ,and coffee,,
APPLES 31b.--21c sled when they hear talk of "The. the men contributing the meat for
Barbecue Club."Want to know who barbecuing and the beer or ale.

can join and what the purpose in. From where lalt.lt's this simple

Well, the answer isl: any.an.can wholesome side of country life in

5 L B S DIXIE. MEAL or GRITS 39c join who'neighborly inclined.The Am.rlca-Us spirit of good-fellow
- purpose Is simply to enjoy good ship-that makes for tolerance
food good beer and ale, good con. and better understanding between
.natlon-all towards getting to neighbors.

NO. 303 CANPEAS10c 2 lb. Great Northern know one another better. As I say Neighbor any one can
Every other Saturday at one join upl! So come along a weep
Milton farm or another, the pit la: dug, from this Saturday \
- 25c and the fire started. And by sundown 1\
,neighbors from miles around t'la-}
8ce ,
S have come together-the women I w

Brisket Beef d SMOKED Copyright#. United 514'.' Brewer FounJatio Att-c-- 11

Sausage r\t 'if

35' ;:: 27C P-R-E-P-A-R-E N-O-W ; i

Winter Is Just Around The Corner / ( It1 I

lt t1 t1N
; i' Small' lb. Lean lb.

s'1 t! ; t; T-Bone STEAKS 55c Smoked BACON 43c GAS For !Clean Efficient Winter Warmth-BUY

tx 1 When You Heat With GAS You Get Quick.
1, 4N Clean Heat With Nothing To _
N,;, 1..at'Je tb. Fresh Pork lb. Ashes To Take Out. Bring In No



Buy NOW And Stay Comfortable!

: SLADE GAS COMPANY, Inc. Ask 'or1' eilh.1' gJJ'"
Irade-marles mum
213 E. Call St.

jl Phone 121 Starke Fla. iotuio UNDII AUTHORITY o' THI COCA-COIA COM,..., i

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.Blanche. Cunningham. . TRY

Mrs Mozelle Priest of St. Andrews LIQUID ON TA.LITS-SANM FAST IWU
was the weekend guest of
Mrs. Ida M. Gentry and daughter -
Mrs. Agnes\ B. Laurence of
'''Ceystone Heights\ and her gue.t Although not rompulnony it to t
Mrs George Massy of Brevard much safer to carry Liability'
N. C., were calling; on old friends Insurance. I represent only' old
here Monday. line, reliable atock rorapMifefJ.
Miss May Kennedy who has! Your buslne will be appreci
been spending the paRt week" ated.
here at her home Is returning\ 129 W. Call Street
Statesboro Ga. soon for an Indefinite Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph

(RIDAY OCTOBER 291. 8:00: P. M Terrlll" stay\\'. Cunningham, ,who Is N. D. Walnwrleht.Phone 154 Jr.
aboard the Aircraft Carrier
serving -
Franklin D. Roosevelt, which! ;;.,-.........'"
la on a six months' cruise In

B. H. S. P. K. YONGE Since Athena Mediterranean the, Greece fleet waters left this Norfolk past was week.Van In I

vs -> Sept. 13 they have been in ALL KINDS
Slbrnltar Sicily and Italy. Ter- FRESH FISH DAILY
p i-iU\ Is the son of Mrs Blanche 1
Cunningham\ and has been in SHRIMP: & OYSTERSIN
naval service over nix' years.B. SEASON
Out P. Stalllngs was calling on t}:
old friends In Lake City last We guarantee all i;
week. We sell to be fresh Jt
Jacksonville callers this pas*
I I week were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard -
FIRST HOME GAME OF THE SEASON I Hamm Flnley.. and daughter, also T. M. MAGNOLIAFISH j

Palatka callers this past week MARKET 1. i
,and Mrs. Arnold Rodkey and Under New, Ownership ;it\

YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS IT Billy sons Rodkey, Edwin, also and B. Cunninghamand Warren -- LACY SILCOX >. r

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w .
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Flooring Siding- Framing 1 1T

-y Sash Doors .Anbe.to. "I' 1
75c \ 55c !Shingle* 6 Hiding (Asphalt ..i

.-. ,r' Shingle Steel Ca..nmt. t I: i iBrlckfiendGravelCensent

Metal A Composition Roofing
Mouldings Screen! WlreFAIRBANKSMORSE I
Kht-ro In-William
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4 PAINTS I II ---. .

to.lltl 1948 SCHEDULE I'ulnt Your Howe &I ,.


Phone 45 AcroM From S. A. L. Service
Depot Delivery
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OCTOBER 8 -------- PALATKA 19 -- ,BUS'Ot's A Fact r
THE TORNADOES ARE HOT! of conduct and dealing with better
OCTOBER 15 GAINESVILLE 18 BUS 0 thoughtfulness and in'all t
WESTERN AUTO ----- -- SEE THEM TONIGHT! t serving-these mark economy:'" reputable our t

SSOCIATE STORE.O.CI0BER 22 ----- MONTICELLO 0 -- BBS 0 DENMARK FURNITURE quality of this well known .firm. .' f.

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V % "* h ,
--- - DEWITT C. JONES ')
A Good Team Your Backing Means A Lot I STARKE PHONE T
- See The Game Tonight : SERVICE :
Funeral Director #

BIGGS & BAKER NOV. 12 --- LAKE BUTLER - HERE L B. ALVAREZ I offer Our conveniences local funeral and home enable services UI nor to k Ih

BICYCLE SHOP NOV. 19 LAKE CITY HERE th"UJ;re available.. i .
W. furnish the bl< GREEN COVE SPRINGS HERE accept ANY life Insurance- policy In force, Issued by ANY com I
--- You'll Arrive Safe At The I play a* payment In part or In full on a funeral Consultation t
[0 THE TORNADOES! Game WithFIRESTONE '!rrle. n. obligation.. I
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rids Bank at StarkelC TIRES The EASY way to

FLORIDA & RITZ If You 'Want A Winning Team Ir
Give Them Your Support! FOLLOW THE ':-1) t tSE




E PROUD OF OUR TEAM: 1 AND We'll He There \Year ,ollhflllla.hions! For more .
NEW LIGHTING SYSTEM: AT STARKE vibrant beauty, popularity .elf- on6dence, Jt. i iget
THE Starke C oca- Cola BottlingCOMPANY 'WILL YOU? < rid of execs 'fal. Don't lei it slow you 'I'
BUILDERS SUPPLY down and make you uncomfortable. pr
Don let it handicap your heart, liver and ,
LECTRIC SERVICE kidneys Bring your weight/ down to normal f w ,I It I
WINKLER when overeating add unbecoming bulges. i i t
AND SUPPLY Good Luck, Team! Follow the WINS Weight Control Plan!
Compliments ELECTRIC SERVICE NO STAIVINO O*IXMCISI when you reduce .
the WINS way Ihe plan shows you how., .
THE TORNADOES! chocne foods you J-e"en some sweets or +"
Bradford Hardware Co. p.urie.-avoid rigid diets and still lose 1
'E YOU AT THE GAME! 'em Up, Tornadoes! weight.. WINS tatty' fooj tablets you eat as
Support The Team! DRIGGERS I Just' like we clean those directed before meals. ,help furb your'fpft.lilt .--:::-. a
spots out of .
to you u*H!to cat Jell and" JIIC' t f< ; h
SPORTING GOODS the clothes you bring us .
SO Air. MOil HIAIANT.No rigid diet or \
FURNITURE COMPANY exercise.No laxatives ofI I
massages or dangerous \ \ :
IE drug And WINS, actually provide youVilamms M1
GAS COMPANY ,'. I I .tyqy ', Niacinamidc. Calcium et
We're{ Re Phcnphorus. Iron and Iodine. What a s
A PrdoudBTOt {We're All Pulling easy plan! How much more pleases!sate'p''p
with a guarunlit that you lose weight or .
\\y Type Of For The Tornadoes money back! Get SINS| today! -
INS Ullt': NCE' GUIDON GRILL Refresh' Yourself Before And . . . ,. '
After SEND ME FREE "wIN"brnchurewithuiet.' .1
!PLEASE KOPEI.OUSOS' Torode Chevrolet I t C The Game With normal. '*.i..hr fof mr h.i..ht ribs and weight as.. .plus,Chan.valuable'ho ups:: .: Ip
116 GEORGE Mood on I'mu.I .Also b tand.m "WINS' .at.'onr : it it umjvr* ,
WHISTLE ORANGE *MiitS J with "WINS in every war or h
C. AND VESS you Trial promp.will>i..(fO.....)refund".. m Q money.O *. "d..''.(Oti lob)12) 00 .
WALL AGENCYll' _. .. e'
Q M ,ardor L a ChoJi. .1.I D Snd_....101 COO.NAMll '. a1

/ Bring Home The Raton K.; F. MILES Distributor .. Lrlw( .. ..nnlCUT ) .,' ) DI
Mow 'em DownTORNADOES AoosusR )I
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RRAnlrOnn corvnr TJIY; fl'nft 4"lIT"\ w'nr.. Fn.irnA FRtnAY, OCTOBER
t!f. 29. I .
:AUK! 1 Olu"Rt =-- t
; l rule for the different restln up for the big events this do visiting their.niece Mrs. J. 8. Va. was the
the guest
,i l Winsome ClassEntertained make Hal- Culbreth. Mrs' E. of !tIr.
,, Guard Officers houses and then submit them afternoon and tonight W. Wilkinson NdsonrBobbyMspentt
,; of women lowe'en and football game and Mr. and M... Don Page were last Ic. I
J.J.i t i SOCIETY and CLUBS Enjoy PartyThe tq the dean dance almost too much for an guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harby the s>iull 'n,

By Mrs. Alvarez "old lady" like me to get aroundto in Jacksonville the *
members of the; Officer's Other new of our collegians: Page over voting Mr. Frank *"ktll4'
Residence> all in one day ,. I'm going weekend. They attended the Lan- **
Mootjr Na- *
Gladys Kappa
Office Association of the Florida entertainer'members *)llly Smith has pledged Lakeland and Mr. I,
Editor Phone S3 dinner-dance Mrs. Ralph Alvarez U of F J. E. to'do my durndest. tho So don-Tennessee football)) game and lira
Z9 held the
Guard at !
Ftxme tional Winsome Rig Austin' !In P.oJpb
officersClub of the Baptist thin week long See you thereCarolyn. Saturday night. Tampa.
--- at the Camp Blanding at her home Denmark wan pledged ,
+ .. 4 Sunday School Class Mr and
i Saturday evening. "long with 20 other fellows, into -- Men's Fall SPORT, COATS at and Mrs. v j Pete
last Friday evening. three !n
1 (unior Club Buffet SupperAt Cocktails were served for their The class held its annual Sigma Omega Colony of Lambda. Alvarez Store. were the weekend children of get \ r
and guests. from five to and Chi Alpha at Stetson Mrs. Louise Plaster of ltIJesta
wives "Tacky. Party" at this time Norfolk and Mrs. or 1Ir.
t ljrfo Have Supper Barefoot Home seven followed by a buffet sup- all members came dressed accord- Another Callstreeter. C. W. Col- Local News -- Frank Durahlmtr.IIIIII .
the -- -- -- ------
of -
entertainedat per and dancing. ingly. The home was gaily decor lIOn, In a charter member! ,
f \Jext Thursday Mm. P. M. Barefoot Col. H. C. Wall chairmanof ated out the Hallowe'en colony and has served ns its .
Monday evening Lt. carrying
; a buffet supper since its Inception asa 'S'
treasurer ALVARET
, l'i Members of the Junior Woman'sIub at her home on N. Washington the house committee and Mra. motif. Ladle' Fall Black A Brown TO"RE Establijfl
I social fraternity !:
t I will meet at the club house Street In celebration of Mr. Wall had aa their guests at the Mrs. Ed Tenley conducted the local I back in 1947 Elmer Shoe'. $1.98at BARKSDALE'S.!!! -- .- m J
I !tf +j ';,ext Thursday, November 4, at Barefoot'a birthday anniversary. party Mr. nod Mrs. T. W. Long devotional followed with prayerby Allen Omega, )who taught tap dancing Mrs. Effie Johns had as her I r : -
Fred P. COINS class
annual of Orlando, Mrs. Mrs. F. B. Beard the
their last
\ 1:00: o'clock for up- Red roses and white chrysanthemums here last winter and is the son guests Wednesday of ) week.
::>>er. The committee in charge U'f of Lake City and Mr. and Mrs teacher. Mra. Morgan Stephens Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Smedley of
the living and Lee
used in Blonnom
1\1'i' chairman. Miss were Junlua M.. Smith .Starke. president of the class, presidedover of May
'f 1 ,Mrs. Walter King was inducted into the Order of Lake Butler and Mr. and Mrs. I "ANNISCONCRETE HAS
rooms. business session at
T short
:Sarnlta Hutto, Miss Hazel Fields. and dining a at Founders' Dny Randolph Crosby of Palatka and
.A-Mrs.(, E. Lawson, Mrs. M. E. Land Besides the immediate family MYF Has Party .which time she appointed the Gownsmen ceremonies, University of the Mrs. J. J. Gross of Jacksonville.Mrs. IT"I

"y; 'iMrs. E. J. Dowllng Jr., and Mrs. those enjoying this affair were various committees for the year. Sewanee, Tenn., last week C. R. Smith and little
South. son
Judd. I Ethel Kyle. Mrs Harry I The Junior and Senior groups Mrs. Willie Mae Denton had ;
( :
(jK-VIlllard Mrs. student BLOCKS
( and Miss of and were -This unique governIng of Gainesville are visiting her
14 will of Lake City of the Methodist Youth Fellowship charge games prizes
>'f Mra. J. R. Wainwright Darby i body was formed In 1872 and parents Mr. and Mrs. H. V Ready Mix" Concrete
to Mrs. Builders
, .)lave the program for the even- Madeline Kennedy of Keystone were entertained by Jo Ann awarded Morgan Stephens I' its members to wear the BuUJ.'Rf'paIr .
s( '; which will consist of address11i111tng Heights. Smith Saturday at the home of Mrs. Yancy Mra. Lawson requires Knight. Mont EVf>rytl.I To or RcmtdrldesM. |
to all classeaMembers
; Mrs. W. H. and Mrs. Paul Raymond. Prize black academic gown New shipment wedge heel. :
] to be used in send her parents. Mr. and I I( ANNIS BUILblNG SUPPLIES I
envelope order
: of the are
out the Tuberculosis aeale.d WSCS Mission Study Smith on Walnut Street. for the "tackieat" costume wentto "who are worthy shoes, $2.98 & $3.95. Stump's.Mrs. 10S8-1048 W. Main inc
upperclassmen Street
At the '>
This lovely affair was an out Mrs Macon King. conclusion Mlna South
Committee chair- I 'I 1 McCutcheon tiara
;,1 The Finance Mission Study Group of door Hallowe'en party and elab- of games, Mrs. Alvarez' of distinction because of diligence Effie Johns and Mrs. Corns rh ae 217 218 GAINESVILLE P.
', The studies and for moral! O. Bo,
t loan, Mlas Evelyn Stump, reports to the dining In their "
invited the
used In the
S. will meet Thurs- orate decorations were Smith
I the W S. C. I 1'and Intellectual leadership" spent Wednesday In Orlan-
;, ,'i total of $41 was turned over II Nov. 4 at 10:30: o'clock In back yard .where the guests spentan I'room where refreshments were -

fo: the Rotary Club as receipts the day Educational Building for the enjoyable' evening playing I nerved. A Hallowe'en motif was I .
and contests.Refre"hmenta carried out in the table decorations There ex-Callntreeter certainlyget
f }from the dance held last week study "On Our Own games
were served by j .a "fur piece" from homeanmetimes
will I
I Q.!;.h ind proceeds from, the blanket covered clinh luncheon Mrs. Smith,* assisted by Miss Twenty-five members enjoyel I Lois (CoIIeyl
'f't t. which was won by Mrs. M. F. I Ir. be served at 12:30.: All Methodist Carol White and Muse Oleeta I the evening. Blackburn and children, Fred an'
be present.
to I
!; iudson. I II'l .women are urged Green,. T.loa. lire currently on their wav

t r. !.qa\. .-..-. *---- .... ,""\ i 11.1,1: ,";-"., .__ I Ladies Auxiliary to"Tangier (Morocco) NorthAfrlt'a. I
n. "
,' ( WMi Circ1vesTo i where husband Fred l I" r {
i Phone S2-J 1 I MettHTuesday stationed with State Department
c; h 1 easy, Oy.DEt SEtt\llCE Mrs. Hartmann Meet''Tuesday service They've been In Manila -

.,. ,: Ml POllOW TM. .T..aI The Ladles Auxiliary of the since November Add
, .:I Membef'8' the Baptist W. M. Presbyterian Church held their I attractive newcomers: Bob an'

I 111"'I I U. will meet next Tuesday! after- monthly meeting Tuesday even- Sue Wible, refugees from Chestrr.

I{ ':.fit ;1, noon, Nov. 2,.at 3 o'clock. I ing In the home of Mrs. Hollia Pa., glimpsed having the time 1859-1948)
D...L Silcox will be hostess Knight. BRINGS THESE
1 of their lives as guests at the
{rl to''Circle' One. Mrs. H. H. Young, president National Guard party on Kings

f.Nl. I !, I Mrs. G. R. Mathews and Mrs. presided over the business meeting )ley last Saturday They'reetavtn'
Shirt Sale W, C. Coran will entertain Circle at which Mrs. Andrews, at Mra. Penrre's and BIG VALUES /

i : ,Two.Circle >. treasurer reported there.' was looked after her property for her
Three will meet with $12.35 in the treasury.'I. while she WAS in New Orleans

; 1. Mrs A. M. Richards at the State Highlights of the Snyodicol, ;j. Well, .well Seems as If We're celebrating our 89th Birthday in grand style by offering yon a

Farm. meeting at Winter Haven were we- have a bunch of authoresses bang-up assortment of fine food values. Prices on these fine quality foodsare

: All Men's Dress ShirtsMANHATTAN The Business Women's Circle given by ,;Mrs. Warren Kaufman. 'in our midst Hear that ,Della I just as low as we can make them. Get acquainted with A&P value
i1 .1 will meet at the church at 7 After the business and program Rosenberg. Edna Hart, Justine
during our birthday week .'. then celebrate with
: I o'clock In the. evening with Mrs. light refreshments were served. Pailum. Ethel Sewell. Kate Sheppard savings" .the whole year

: I John Maguire as guest, speaker. by. the hostess. and Idalou Smith had a through! k
I. .. ,
11'1, \ g': b hand In writing the new hand AN
I ,, L IIi \ book. "Guiding .the -BeginningTewrhor"

\ r TRUV r lJt S\ 1 1r : : to be published by the
I If/ : li University of Florida next summer MarvelHOMESTYLE

I ))1 I.& / ?"' /Y .
1 :i. .1' 'If ; 1"/ -
' II/, "f/: /Z'l.' .. /Better sign off now and start

I':; ( '. 250i'r' W'I ti/ Well Call Street;;'la' all In a Monticello last Friday' They ") _

ff'i' dither over finally' having a I say,the 'boys were really on the t
1 I f home game tonight (after the ball, and I.do mean ON And COMFORT
season Is half over} '. And they certainly must have been .-- -- BREAD
. : ve're mighty anxious to see the holding Mnntlcelln to a scoreless
t Tornadoes In action after the I tic- the tram that hasn't been for you in this finely __

'1'lIrvl'lou"lAme/ they played in defeated) In a regular season game
made shoe with builtin
, for the : LOAF __
Whites Fancies Solids I past three years Hear -' _
v Carl Johns was the fifth man in Cushion Arch .
:'t- Montlcello'a backfield all night l 112 Ib. 18c'i -

: I they lust couldn't keep him out ,

iIo. 1 I Looks as if this 9th Grade,
; Ladies' iTf II.
14-year-old 160-pound lad Is
!;{:fI ..,:.,. really going places in the foot- ,
,' ,; 51 CD AGE If' ._.. '1..-.... ,... half world and a very self-satis- NOW CELLOPHANE WRAPPED!
oJ: E ,
'. ,
15'DENIER -- fled W>oli :-cornea over Coach Jim a
I L r r :/ Hobbs"
Yny face every time he

I' : 'thinks about Carl having three RED: DELICIOUS (' r t"i// '--1.*' .."'" JANE PARJtER'SAPPLES,2 :
f : more years to play! .
1 lb. for ;;' #
; I II ;t.29c( ,t. .' DELICIOUS

.' I teesru" that ;Mrs. T. J. Griffin
: hnd a'very exciting experience TOKAY
I! a t while cooking breakfast last Sunday I r 1 "
I I \ Red GRAPES, 3 ft. 29c
I a4,1 \ Orcfor morning and I must say a 'k
r.r.i your ..' ... very lucky escape) The wood I1\-t: WI'JI, I

''I : b bd PHOTO-GREETING CARDS stove in her kitchen exploded, I GRAPEFRUIT, 10 11). bag 29c -
i sending the round stove rovers :W5 i:
i \:/! 'Im -t..t; clear up to the celling where they WELL FITTING ,

: ''If t. left burned circles Two other Yellow ONIONS, 3 ft. -. 14c
,( nieces of the stove hurled throughthe 1\ LONG LASTING GOLDEN LOAF F

d ROBBINS'\i\ Bring. In your favorite snapshot kitchen flint missing Mr. REGUlAR WHITEPOTATOES

'>, 'negative today, and'select r.rlffln It Met two chairs and Surprisingly'
V I the,.design you want. ti bt! 'cloth and curtains afire, but Low Cost 10 lt). bag ,- 37c Cake, 2 5

hev were put out Immediately I c

! b ,Hollywood: Camera without calling the fire dept.) J 1 1KD VOHK1.NG COOKING OR RATING
I { . Showered them all .with $6.95 APPLES . .
& Gift Shop lb. 29c '
Boot but nobody .
"I. The Store of Valves got hurt I IThn I .
I - -- ---- -- IT'S HALLOWE'EN AND IT'S
1 ?t si ,('..u Street Ml ItHllriMiil'il ----- -
:{ _': "e h.II.flll| fuml, "I'mb'rltrot I WIDTHS A TO C ,
I the Junior Woman's FLORIDA DRESSED: ". DRAWN

''!T ,. *' "Irareel $11 for the Boy Soon j,, TilESmart I FRYERS, ft. 65c .TRICK,":or TREAT
; .t .e" r -.e--- home at their dance Thursclnv ,
) i"" 9-Piece night; of lust week Mrs. M. I, Don't be> Caught short,when the kld"llr, rasa t' ,

.w. Hurlion' won the blanket, and' Sliced BACON, 11). 63c your house Hallowe'en for Trick or Treat LI-N |
,l I ( '
; MAHOGANYDining ; L lnre it oouldij't be me. I'm I'lIl1t' Shoppe Mow are only a few Item from our large Muck' j

't wa she! LARGE SMOKED of treats Stork J"ull |
: Much rrrdlt I all the children enjoy. up.

'I)L;; Room l .3 "am to Glmlvs Oreen Grnri* '' Skinned HAMS, ft. 59c be glad .you tllti.
rr Page, Martha Smith Kline Pass';!
and Cleo Mnna-sn for the ,'erv'I' CHEWING GUM all brand. 3 for Idftt
effective Hallowp'en rteeorntton.1HPT ASSORT CANDY B.R"e8<'h

f ht Suite l I thllt little (" '"rlc Shop-\ ; SUPER RIGHT Baby BEEF 's'.ANiLLA.WAFER9. It oz. pkK- yxJOf

1 ?w herd, :n-venr-nld son of tli. Char- i Q Old Fashion 'GINGER SNAPS H). pklC.

I'i' Regular Value '' l''.t l Shepherds) Is a mirhtv smart K
ti AT. Round
STEAK ft. 69c
lad for his Rue He rnn tell STARKE -
i $325Now yon whoso picture I is on nnv U. S. I Sirloin STEAK M:.' 69c Make Your Own Iced Donutt!
ID. .
rllrr.nC'fron $1 to $.10 I
Should be Sun. :Mon. Oct. 31 Nov I From This Combination
n big mieren in the ROAST '
Rump ft. 59c
: $275 r' l1ulllnelO" world when, he grows IIl'i THE EXILEMaria JANE PARKER DRo\rF.JJ'R':
! Chuck ROAST lb. 55c I
:Mnntez Douglas PLAIN Fudge & FrostilfDONUTS'
Gao 7-.M l a0."S v Fairbanks, Jr.
Glad to HOP <'. F:. Hernwall bAck 27c
I Also "TM I* America"Anil Mix, ea.
.' lieautiful 2-1'iece at the teller's' window In the bank New END: CUTPORK -

TAPESTRYLiving after, his two weeks' vac.-Rtlon''I Tne. Nw.2 ONLYTOPPER CHOPS, n,. 59c Box of 12 -. 17cSugared JUNKETQUICK
j K Hoar he spent It paintingand .or Cinnamon Fl'DfiE!

;; : Room working Also nice around having the Elva house LOPFMwnrdt Cary Grant, C Vntance lirn- !SfNIFIELD: B<>\ of 12 18c M lb. pkg. 28c

:; hick nt Kite' nett Cooked Picnic HAMS ft. 49c
Fh'C"rlp'i P "
Alto "nlt" of thp1nd"
: : "' ;. -i JvC; Suites after Fe" five WI'''''''' In sick bay (i I and Newa1r ITS HERE
I i .'""t had word! from Ta 1111 I1n... FRESHRed'Perch

ee that "FVIiiitn'1 and Vnni .I. Thnrt. Nov. :3-4
I .
,, J _Original$205,Price formerly nnrents of of StaH 1lion." .. ar.. the D\dV'j DOCIILK FKATl'RK FILLETS, lb. 33c A New Size A Greater {Value-[ !

horn Ort 9 Sorry to her'h't Fresh GROUND
I Reduced To .'".." Hull" I It mite 111\ In FROM FRISCO 11). 53c RED CIRCLE COFFEE
We Now Have The New ql1Iv"I'f'.t< F.r"f'M'rt'Rn\ :I With' Tom Kepno Meaty CriH'ker "SOl'P :MIX. fkg. ____ lie ?
$165 'II l the new mpnnper' nt A A P R j
and Morirnn P\'..nhen*. former AndBAD I Instant RALSTON plug ---___,,.___ 2flc( IN:; THE BIG ECONOMICAL:; : 3

: Sealy Posture Pillow Mattress One Week Only manager, l.s nt Jitney Jungle SISTERMargan't Arrnoiir'n "IESNSl'S.G":, ran 19c lb. lb4. 3 c
!I LookwiKxl Inn 3 24.lb.
, ''l'/';I ONLY $34.50 and your okl mattress I.oi
; ,/ in ret nick or rirwnltnll'ed I AI..I..atr".t'New'sFri. lona FLOUR 25 lb. hag ________h 1.39
r' Come In And See Our I 1 J-15
f r r .4 -6 I Ovid T src'i's| tt -
H In
t the JBK NAS Sat. Nov. 5-0 IHode.Uly MHAL & GRITS A' Tt>. __ 43aIllii. EIGHT O'CLOCK,3 >
Selection of Oil and .
i We Now Have In StockWHITE hospital thin week for nn operation I DOUBLE FEATl-KR ." Streak' RICE, 2 lb. plug| 23e 1.29
1i f1 Wood Heaters Senator! ChTlev Johns 3-1
j The WAY WASHING 139.50 sounds powerful weak over! the Laurel & Hardy |i>na FLOUR. 10 1ft. bait __________ 60c BOKAR COFFEE, _

.. MACHINE With Pump telephone after being a ..hut-In I SAPS AT
: for the past week Glad to -
AI.BILLY !...> ,
note however
that Jill Onkes Is
'I C I IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT ruck home after a recent operation THE KIDOUTLAWED

' In Riverside Hospital .
I'I'I I Friend of Ona Demorent will be .
Denmark Furniture Co. Interested to learn that she was With Bob Steel

t : elected to the House Council for 1 Also -MexK-an BxwtxUI" ,

ti[ .PHONE 151 STARKE FLA. girls from Patrick and Pierce i Chap "Jr. G-Men"

I Courts at the U of F In Gainesville 300-302 E. CALL ST. STARKE.
( I Members of the Council """C-- A -o-J-flJ .

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q" ,- .J" ..... {

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I Mrs. Miriam Klckllter and Mrs. John R. Weeks Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs H. B. Boyd of Mr,. and Mrs. W. L. Edward. I :Mrs. E. C. Slrman of Miami and I. Mr.. 'and Mrs F. .F. Stump\ t
-1 1 daughters. Dorothy Claire and C. Goings and Miss Carol Jean Atlanta are spending this week and Mrs. Lrah Bauknlght of Mr. and Mrs J. L. Cole and children spent Sunday and Monday In' I Ii
T of LOCAL NEWStgathcock Sammie Mrs. W. H. Nollman and Goings of Moultrte Ga. were with Mr. and Mrs. Harley Strong.Mr Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof I I of-Lake City. Montlcello visiting Mr. and 'Mrs..

.., Miss Idell Landrum attended the weekend guests of Mrs. J. H. and Mrs. H. K. Tyrus entertained Mrs. W. H. Struth. Mr. C. E. Conklin will returnto i W. H. Tomson Jr. i
.l Memorial service at the Green Weeks at.the Starke Hotel. at a small dinner party Ladle Fall Black A Brown her home in Memphis, Tenn. : )William Long, attorney at lay'
of Blackwell Men's.. FALL HATS at Alt am Cove Naval base on Sunday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.. O. L. Beasley Sunday evening for their son. Shorn, $1.98 at BARKSDALE'S. Monday after a three week's visit In Gainesville was home for the ,,
his mother Mrs.athCOck I I Store. Louise Moore Mrs. L. A. visited Mr. and Mrs. C. C. HoppeIn Kenneth who celebrated his 13th Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas hadas with her parents Mr. and Mrs. weekend with his mother. Mrs a 1
ISlting at the Avery Mr. and Mrs Hom r Slaughter Rennolds Mra. Ella Johns. Mrs. Tampa the early part of this !birthday anniversary Monday. their guests Saturday Mr. and (I W. W. Brown.. Last Monday Mrs. : F. H. 'tang.' : I 1 1I
i and children of Baldwin spent the Ara Moltt and Mrs. M. A. Al- week.White :Helping to'"celebrate the occasion Mrs. F T. Hines and Mr. and Brown and Mrs. Conklin enjoyed Fall clothing: at ALVAREZ I
un\NDShoes stand I weekend with Mrs. Slaughter's varez formed a party spending cotton sheet blankets,,were Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell Mrs. E. E. Hall of Branford : a trip to St. Petersburg. I STORE. Ito
( See them at I,I parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. the day In Ocala Thursday of last $1.98 at STUMP'S. I water. Tomlinson.[ week.Nashua Sen. and Mrs. Charley John; and Frances of the State Farm. Stetson spent the weekend wlfi It
S. I Indian Head all colors entertained Sunday for their Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kelly of her parents ]Mr. and Mrs. W. R. See Us About
at STUMP'S.Mr. : daughter Markley Ann who wa Plant City spent the weekend Morse.
and Mrs. James A. Lewis 'I celebrating her sixth birthday with Mr. and Mrs. Alton Debts. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Glllen hadas
V Branch 01INSURANCE' had as their guests, Monday. Mr. anniversary. Enjoying the day :Mr. and Mrs R. F Young spent their guests Sunday Mr. and YOUR HEATING PROBLEMSWe
and Mrs. Grahville Kirk Lewis. with the Johns were Sen. S. D. the weekend in Ocala visiting
Jr. of Apopka.Mr. j Clark of Monticello. Mr. and MrsA. Mrs. S. R. Love and at Fort Mc.
and Mrs. D. L. Sllcox had M. Pettlt. Sr. and Mr. an' Coy visiting Mr. and Mrs. J., C. RELIEF AT LAST Have In Stock Now Heaters Adequate For
Mrs. W. J. Ollvenbaum of Gaines Price
!>s guests Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin. Any Size House. Our Very.Rea..cconable
H. Cox and daughters. Cynthia vllle, and Mr. and Mrs. A. J __5%; wool double blankets, ForYour COUGHCicomuUioncelivvciproinmlybectuM Include Installation For Inside Or Outside Tanks.
Williams of Alachua.
and Prlscllla. of Live Oak. $4.49. at STUMP'S.
C. WALL AGENCY Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and Mrs. Bertha Pearce returnedto Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Warren and ,. TODAY
children of Jacksonville spent Sun- her home Sunday after spend- son Jimmy, of Jacksonville i. goes right to the KM of the troubleto SEE US,
PLEASE PHONE'146 day here with Mr. and Mrs. L. ing three weeks with her son-in- Beach were weekend guests of help loosen and expel germ laden and
law and phlegm and aid nature to toothe
S. daughter Mr. and Mrs
Hutto. I his
Mr. and '
parents Mrs. M. T
Service Over 50 Years E. R. Smyth In New Orleans heal raw, tender inflamed bronchial I
onstant Warren.Mr.
( Mr. end Mrs! W. A. Rowlandand mucous membrane Tell yourdrugglitlo .
little son, have returned Another daughter Mrs. W. O. and Mrs. J. F. Robb and ell you a bottle of Creomuhion
from a visit In New York state. Godwin of Gainesville Is visiting children of Hastings were Sunday with the understanding you must like DARBY BROS.
_. \ Mrs. Pearce the latter part of the it quickly allay the coughor
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin were guests of Mr. and ]Mrs J. D way
this week. you are to have money back.
In Jacksonville your Fla.
Tuesday visiting Doyle. 409 W. Call St. Starke
Laillea'' Fall Black &: Brown '
MAKE their son-in-law and daughter Shoe', $1.98 at KKMULK'S.! MEN'S! FALL SUITS at Altar- CREOMULSIONforCoughsChest 'tI'
Dr. and Mrs C. C. Mendoza.
rO'I TIlf IlK Snore Colds.Bronchitis
> Pfc Frank Rosser, Jr. Is enjoy. I
'lI PO4'k Miss Alice June Harding of leave here _ - .
1% ing a with his father .L - .....- - - ,.
Atlanta Ga is here short -
on a F. W. Rosaer. He has been stationed - -
visit with her parents. Mr. and with the 3762nd Tng. Sqdn.
-1 Mrs' Thomas B Harding. at Sheppard A. F. Base Wichita SET is Ua-osijOGETRlGHT-AT- :
ladle Fail Black & BrownShoes Falls, Texas. At the end of his
.111.08 atmtRKSqALK'S.Sgt ., leave he will enter technical' '
and MriUtf! { W. Reflia and school at Chanute Field Rantoul 113: EASTCALL STARKE, -1
.4 t 4 a td.. daughters, Dot Green and Jean Illinois.IT ,
t /p.Rlfl : ST. FLA.Specials. i
I are expected home this! weekend PAYS to TRADE w Ith SLADE I
7 j at the Adorn Gret'ns'on a 00 day Mr. and Mrs. Merrill :utch and
) i/ .. furlough, after spending two and children Charles and Martha of
/ I I.r. I a holy years In Honolulu HawaIIwhf're
Tallahassee "
_ spent Sunday We Reserve For
Sgt Reese served with the
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch and
i ;i air corps. G. M. and Joe Slstrunk. The Right Friday & I
]Mils Madeline Kennedy of Keystone
Mr. and Mrs E. S. Matthewsleft
To LimitQuantities Saturday
Heights is the guest of ,
Wednesday for a visit with
Misi Sara Barefoot this week. I
their son-in-law and daughter Oct. 29 & 30
Attending the Hairdressers
Dr. and Mrs H. B. McLendon in .
Convention at the Roosevelt Hotel
Orl "1o. tr
In Jacksonville this week were

Trouble,Is Our' Business Elma Sarah Lawson Lee Hickey Ruth and Broadway Ruby Star Cut Brand your cost Shoes of at living.Stump's.Mrs. Buy. Del Maiz Cream Style .103 Can Florida ORANGE 46 oz. Can ,;k; I iI il ir r

Johns. Fay Gill and Mrs. J. D
Mrs. R. J. Davis vlslt-d her Doyle were in Jacksonville Tuesday :
WELLS ELECTRICHOUSE son-In-law and daughter, Mr. and and Wednesday of last week I
i Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. and Mrs. visiting Mrs. E. T. King Mrs.Gill's CORN 15[ JUICE 18 l

i! Glen Mrs.Duke Harry In Gainesville Darby of Monday.' Lake: sister.J'BPAYSfoTRADE"ltb. BLADE

WIRING I City is visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. Mrs. A. Z. AdJUna Is visitingher 4 r
I M. Barefoot this week. son-in-law end daughter. Dr. .
RT STOVE REPAIRS I IT PAYS to TRADE with.SLADK and JUra. B. A. Pope In Norfolk, I
I I Sally Ann Epperson Is spending Va. for two weeks. '
.a\ rr **' 1
ESTIMATES FREE i this week with her grandparents, Mrs. Donald Ch! nplon attendedthe Fancy FLORIDA W W TW X l B '
1, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Richard, In Sixteenth Annual Conven- .
I '," Jacksonville. tion and Trade Show of the Flori- : '

1 06'WASNiNGTOI4, ST. ''I I Mrs. 'J. R. Hardee and Mrs. A. da Hairdressers at the Roose GRAPEFRUIT'Cnn 5r i
L. Anderson of Fernandina will velt Hotel In Jacksonville on .
STARKE FLORIDA: I I be the weekend guests of ,Mr. Wednesday.Miss a, ;
I and Mrs. L. A. Davis., .,. Mary Jo Caldwell returned I
ne 13 l-J P. O. Box .607 1 J. E. DuPre of Live Oak visited Wednesday to her homeat
i i: his son and family, Mr. and Mrs State Farm from Charity e

__ 1, ,' __ __ J. H. DuPre, last week.. Hospital, New Orleans where she Farm Home WHOLE PINT Donal4 Duck' Long Grain ':l I
was a nurse. I

liiy U, Your ,DUO-THERM' SPACE(-HEATER--- drapery of Mr.New OrlAndo and selection material Mrs end Thomas Mrs.slip at Stump's.W.Fred cover Long P.&<' Dill Pickles 15 Rice __ S I'kg.lb. 39 C J I t :,

leaf" Cone of Lake City were weekend, ,

F OR', ONLY 2 >.O tt 'j D O .WiN 4,., ':J I guests, The of Lt.Walls Col.also and had Mrs as H.the CWall. ,., _\ '.., ,"l Mi I 1

guests Sunday, Col. and IWrJCTaxlf :-.. '
lAT Baker and Col. and Mrs., M.' C". Mother's Best 'FACTORY PACKED: :.t r '
WINKLER'Slets Snyder of Jacksonville. ,14 .
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hoganare '
moving Into the Nollman I Meal Grits 5 i. 30SUNDRENCHED i
'" apartment from Jacksonville this .' : '
week. Mr. Hogan Is market manager \ I
at the A A: P. I II
Ladles' Fall Black &: Brown
"'Shoes $1.98 at BARKSDALK'S. I j rt:

MORE HEAT out of .. 't f., f r.,I"

oeFRAZER : f COCk PURE PEACHPreserves \ i
f : .

every drop of oil! for I949 I I Peaches I f .i',*' a i;

c ...... '

Can 2/> 93 I 12 Jar;. 1. Q.2lhc : ;! .;V


129.95 of Cars to Come! ,

Se and drive the 1919 FRAZKR: -
EASY TERMS l- now with 100 now feature l SAVO ; J
:k a, and refinement" a greater I
value more beautiful thane 3. Quart .I

1 -1x diMlnrtlon>-er. It's, of the custom beauty and car Bleach Bottles 25IN 11 11to

styling the color comfort .
1\\ ,
js and styling you might i
?XHt,Ys, choose. for your own living ,'. I
ke room for the. choice) Is

} your exciting 40 different You Interior select combination,from one. 20 ol( I IN OUR MEAT DEPARTMENT DAILY FRESH PRODUCE :. /

1! of warm rich color, fabrics .
WI'iL'd4T.Ieltl' '
and trim that reo11.'t JUICY lb. Hard Head
own IniUvu Ib.
l tastes The. 1919 c CABBAGE
II II I I FI\ZER Manhattan Steak 39 - - 5c s

I I J. jour own personalized -
I I car. See. It today -
and driveIt CARROTS 2 bunches
away. Fresh Sausage lb. c 19c ;
/?-. .45
\' ; ,) You get 'more heat from You save up to 25% on M17TCAL NKTUORK: DOZEN
fuel' bills with Duo-Therm''s Each Thuro. 10 P. M.. EST Daisy Cheese lb. c
very drop of oil! Because : 3
Duo-Therm's fueNniiser 1" Power-Air! Proved in actual I "The Thin Man" FLORIDA I 25 h

..:j Burner floats a mushroom I + 111 r tests in a cold northern STARRING ORANGES ,
type flame right into the +{. l' climate. Keeps heat on the M<'k i Noah Charles Skinless Weiners lb.= C
'<'cumber/The' flamehugsthe chamber [ W move-saves as much as 1 gal 29

|Duo-at' Only Duo-Therm has this! !! "Meet MUTUAL Sat. 9:80 The: NETWORKEach P.Boss"M.. EST Smo. Sausage,:.!Ib._ 3 YORK 2 5 Cs'TENDER

C4 You tend the fire by turning Come in see the new Duo-Therm FKATUR1NOGuy : PICNIC Ib.c APPLESHAMS

a dial!'No world! No dirt! Heaters. Every one's a fine piece of fur LombardoAnd Golden Ripe ,
: No hauling coal or wood niture.as well as a fuel-thrifty heater. : 49 C. '

or ashes through the house! Easy Terms? Certainly! Ills Royal Canadians V B'A NAN AS lb.--lO

Consult LIBBY Fresh Shrimp lb. 39c .
Us About Your Heating Needs - Good Irish .M ;

Dinkier Electric 'Service Sales & ServiceTemple Fresh Mullet, Ib.- - 15c POTATOES v-10; ro' 39 '!


---221! Temple Ave. Est. 1923 Telephone 166 STARKE Phone, FLORIDA Sit We Have FRESH STOCKS of FRUIT CAKE.,.. MATERIALPOUNDS. ." Ea <
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J .
1 ; ;i ytiJ j BET OCTpgER:
\ 4 aEa t8, ISi1
: : H. In High C, Wallace and Mra. J. H. Dunn B. W. Glass last weekend. E. Griner! at noon Tuesday. I James, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp attendedthe Hembree for his neveMr- -
;1ii' e 1 Skinner-Roberts visited wedding F. G. Bran were In Melrose Sunday after-" D. K. Roberts of Marianne Mrs. M E. Wheelock of Eagl We are sorry to report that Hallowe'en services at the forts during her IIIne.aa tllint ef'
I Springs Mr. and Aunt Belle Johns has not been Salvation Army Camp on Bedford her. to "
In spent the weekend with Mr. and Lake has been visiting The acts of "rnrrt(
) Mate nen In the Veteran's Hospital well this last week. Lake Tuesday night. klndne8a
i noon.During week Mrs. B Mrs. L. Durden. Mrs J. L. Williams since Tuesday. feeling very words of sympathy ,
; Lake City. past We all wish her a speedy recov will'\ atVerbd
i' ( '.,,1 i By !Irs. Bryan Whitflelirt'rs Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chasteenand W. Glass was the guest of relatives Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. . . 'CARD OF THANKS each forgotten.and We alllO Want to thank
.,'tL : . e J. R. Chasteen Jr. were Sun- in Apalachlcola. Randall during the week were 'ery.Mr.. and Mrs. Hubert Rouse of flowers every one for the >
and Mrs. W. W. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall, Jr. Level] We wish to our sincere were vpV!
,; : : ... E. Griner, Mrs W. N. day visitors of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. McCrary Pine Tampa are visitingMr., and Mra. express last t Whiof gl\'en 88
and family Mrs. W. W. Fish
I Hammerschmidt at Jack- Mr. and Mrs J. and heartfelt thanks to each and reapect
H. C. Billy McCrary L.. Johns few to
L. days.
Ip'1 and a the
J ith, Mn. J. L. Williams whom
... I Beach. H. McCrary and Miss Elsie Hyatt, children Mrs W. R. Bailey and 1\1,.. II. M. McRae vet. every one who was so kind and we all loved so, oat
.. visited Mr. sonville By Everette Renfroe Is in the dearly
J. A. Bouvier God bless 11aV
1 : .1' Mrs. Tom Ivan, all of Jackson each
Jacksonville, spent Saturday thoughtful to us during our dark
all of
\ Fisher of Atlanta. In Lake City this every! ,
'..r. ,;. Mrs. David Hamrlck and Mr. Mrs. W. T. hospital one \'nu'
: vine
helped in
f with Mr. and 'hours of illness and death of
Mr. and Sunday our any
to visit been trouble way
t. f week. He has
1: w Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. in Ga. arrived Saturday 200 In having
't. Fancher. Mrs. Dennis Fancher. Mrs.. Jay Foster and her There were more than and back home. beloved'mother Maude Graves. We Graves
D. is well
f P. I he soon
I f/resville Monday. and Mrs. I fa-The childrerr
r- jt' ; Mr and Mrs. M. E. Griner. Mr. and Mrs J. W Glass o( I Mrs. Heath, of Melrose mother'l, the Sunday School classes at Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore and do especially wish to thank Dr. anu :,"Ir
\t ,i>l j. f Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. J. A, Bouvier, Mrs Mr'j I St. Augustine were visitors at'' ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. ,, Pine Level Sunday morning; BBMHBBBBBB BBBBBBMBMIHMBBB BB
"1 ;,:'; W. Brannen attended the I I Mrs. W. J. Lewis and children
i I and Mrs. Dan Lewis, all of King-
., .;i' J\.r'lf' :_r -- land, Ga. were visiting Mr. and I.. The APPLE SALE of the YEAR!!
Mrs. E. C. Lewis and Mr. and
''r ':' .
.\\k' 1'r f I t I-Mrs. H. H. Lewis over the week .i : Eat an "APPLE A DAY" During; National"; "
..1:' t' ;1 end.Mr. ; Week, October November
Apple ( 30 thru
,' ,'f. ': !Ir I and Mrs Alton Dobbs of err{::;fr{ 6))
< ,,\,::; I Starke were visiting Mr. and t 1b i. We're
'\,..\.tTf'* Mrs. A. J. Fender Sunday.afternoon. ,. .;J.il Featuring 'Em At
,.,\,,::I.:'jJ .. Mrs. J. E. Murrhee and son of JS.i" /,\;
..,'J" \f I'' Hilliard were visiting Mrs. Mur- I 'J ." .'Jfjl'
':H'ir(( ''It I rhee's parents. Rev. and Mrs \" / _,
: : : 'It W. E. Hall the latter part of .
\ ;:.f .
t,.. last week.! Yellow
i ,n'n'"H, 1" Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Kelly and!
.Jt ONIONS 3 t
<..;, t children were visiting Mr. and
:II\\ I Mrs. H. M. McKae Monday afternoon 3 Lbs 17c Quantity Rights Rt'Nt'rvPlICABBAGE
"J', 1''', 'f ..I., :,,.'." Prices Good Thru Saturday.. October> 30
\ ,
'1. t': Dinner guests of the H. M. Mc-
",.::!.1j.,". I' 'r..c Rae's Sunday were Mr and Mrs Lb 5V2cLETTUCE Washington Red or Golden Delicious -
t. r ----
!J Norman and son of Heilbronn
: t: 't, = Mr and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and APPLES 2 '
', \ Lbs 33'
; children of Rising. Mr. and Mrs.B. Lb 14'/2C
r : J'I; A I I / KITCHEN BATH BEDROOM I M. McRae and family, Mr. and w. .
I44! Mrs. Robert Myrick and daughter Washington State JonathanAPPLES
Kathy Ann Ruth Crosby, Wanda
( Norman. Janice Conner! of Rising -

:' :;: 1{; t Yes It's AllY ours IRG AU04E HALL CIOS Clod sonville, Shirley, Mr. and Crawford'Mrs O. W.Jack-Mc- 2 Lbs 25

,. Rae and son, Harley, and! Miss
t Barbara' Richie of Starke. The

t: f For'Thz.s dinner was in the honor of Mrs.. Rome Beauties York
;j ; y Washington Cooking
:r Full Prl'.ce'! LIVING, ROOM BEDROOM McRae's 63rd birthday anniver-
'I n.* ,it.* ir.aP '.1&' .

..."..", I?1 \vM I ,," sary.Mrs.. O. W. McRae attended the Apples 3 Lbs29c Apples 3 Lbs 25c

,.,'.l '.{l t W;' "/. This .h. .beautiful ..G..I........." typical' of tho many .......1. ., lha new ....... nawami funeral of her uncle, Perry Con-
!";' ': R, :, "i.,I.,.d .. c...., Blandinf.. This i I. ..0' ,ic...,. la ...g.... what ?av can do with t. eyr' ner, who died in the Gainesville
:: 'f"" i" tfcn ._. -THIS IS AN ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPH OF THE WAY THESE HOMES ARE hospital Monday of last week. I
.i.i1' d, BEING ,
'1'fi' TIle .. ariar af"Tha G..I...,.."." ii compl t.d. right dawn la o fresh coot af aalnl. Shut. PotatoesU.
.,:yo' .. IN.... front wisdow..ed door ... ..1.... in.choice of color. Th. Interior I. laN! Other Models Melons
,,,' fiJi fa* >..la finith ai you pl..... W. will '.....I.h. e....,. ..?.'bl..aprlntt with aach talc, Many New RiverAND
\. /P' ''r. {; .... of eh..... NOTEI THESE HAVI BEEN FABRICATED FROM SELECTED GOVERN. S. 1 White Cobblers

t' 1 1 fi ,' MENT BUILDINGS WHICH WERE CONSTRUCTED TO MEET RIGID GOVERNMENT 20x13 The ft.Standard............... 295 25&13"The t ft.>uu"-..........1025. LONG BRIDGEBy HoneyDews

I tt:c<<''I. I I ; "STANDARDS'1100 GnHrtroani"OF PRE-WAR can he Moved SEASONED Intact la LUMBER accmlbla.. thai In ,........ For lne.a plea net "The Leader" ... 495 'The TradewlniJ' 1095 Mrs. E. A. Sapp 39C 10
f and loaded 35x10 ft Each Lbs 39c
If.t..M' ba are-fekrJceted eltrvclu.
"Tha G
acceedole la H>U rype of M.vi.p can "The Florid"
," ', Whoa rhfc merited..1.! .Md, walk are paneNsed ..4 roofs and H Hoar ... completety 11i-11 The ChaJlenser"".. -..,".- 675 : ft ........?....II7JC23x48 <* The Bradford County Conventionof
: J :: i; diemenHed. far an additional.coot., $Ito. The: Sun-Queen" $ Christian Churches will meet I
,. __ __ 875- .
"I ',' e iJ' 36X1S ft. M.t MMMMM at Long Bridge next Sunday. Services I Redi-Mixt Qtrs. Solid
j' all day and dinner on the
q : grounds. Everyone la Invited to SUPER- Oleo Lb 45c 44c

) : } Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Thomas
'.: Iito f'I of Floral City and Mr. and Mrs Biscuits 2 Pkgs 27
,\-\, .' BLANDiNG P O BOX 569, STARKE, FLA PHONE STARKE Romey Johns of Jacksonvillewere OLEO Plain Lb 35c "Phlla' CreamCheese
'j," visiting their mother, Mrs. PARKAY. ( ) ?
},v I. t OPEN MQ. THROUGH SAT. --8 A. M. TO S P. M. OPEN ALL DAY SAT. CLOSKD: ALL DAY SUN. Belle Johns Sunday.Mr 2pkgs33c
; : !! and Mrs. A. P. Moore attended F
t .
: l the fish fry and Church
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'tm'i: "j t night.services at Johnstown Saturday ;, .. Natural CHEESE Lb 55

';I, ;d Mrs S. L. Crews and Mrs. E.
1' I A. Sapp visited Mrs. Marjorie
: t'1 Dodd in Gainesville Hospital last ; Yellow'
I :
Saturday. .,, D" CHEESE Lb 49
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shiver
and children and Mrs.! Nannle
Merritt and son. Ralph, were i'
weekend, guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. .
; P. Hamock of Jacksonville last Bartee 'Brlind Calif. ClingPEACHES"

week.Rev.. and Mrs. Wilbur Scottof
Hampton, Rev. and Mrs. Preston 21
:, Durdln of Lake Bedford and! No 22 Can
: Miss Hazel Phillips of Theressa
.; "t'' 'I r attended Church at Long Bridge
i tI, Sunday.
.''. : A i/ Mrs. R. J. Turner visited her U. S. Gov't. Graded "GOOD" BABY BEEF
'I.i'i I. I: :i i.i : Butler father,Monday.Mr. B. F. Renfroe, In Lake

Mrs, Jessie Lee Lazerby and 1 -
\if&& son, Joe, and Mrs. Rhoda Dowl- Sirloins Rib
\ i i"J Ing of Gainesville were visiting
ft! i. friends! and relatives of this sec-
.I. 1/\> .1 : tion over the weekend.Rev. STEAK Lb 79c Lb 69c
\ .
: Fred Dodd and son John
: ,
i'r.,! V.7 nie were dinner guests of Mr.
." : i1.
..1-." and Mrs. E. A. Sapp Sunday.Mrs. Round orTBone
J, L. Lavender of Gainesville -
" 1t1 l all a has been vtsitlng her STEAK Lb 89'Rib
.&." .. son\\
'I.,\t .: WI. \,, JO'"'' TIMeHAGWEFN HarA\

'.'/4:g,,1'':' ]:?" """!I :. S IMe ) ROAST Lb 65C BURGER Lb 55HAMS'

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: again! Act now to assure warm
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comfort for and
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Cl'I PIG:. HAMS Lb 59c LARGE Dressed & Drawn
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St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. Baptist ChurchThe At The Tabernacle I
Church NewsI B. E. Simmons, Theressa
B. D.
Vicar last in the series of October Layman Dr. R. Stocker of
Sunday, Oct. 31
Oddities of Old Testamentwill Charlotte N. C. was the speakerfor
10 I Ity Miss! Eva Mae Trlettt I
am. church
school be brought! this Sunday morn- the Friday evening serviceat other Heavy-DutyTrucks
I R.{ KOJ\HIOOR( 11 a.m. Morning Prayer and I. w
SPEAKER Ing at the First Baptist, Starke. the Tabernacle, usingaa I.I
1'UE; sermon I N. A. S.
CHURCH The Pastor will use aa a sermon subject "Fruit Bearing" By
IETIIODIST Listen to the Episcopal radio Mrs. J. P. Dickinson and daughter I
T title "An Unseen HandWrites"While In the Saturday night Youth
F W Kokomoor will be hour, "Great Scenes from GreatPlays" man pursues his ways and Meeting the adult group led in Grace were business visitors
iDr. guest speaker at the Metho- every Friday at 8 p.m. the Ideas of his mortal mind thereIs the Bible Quiz by two points only to Gainesville Monday.Mrs. :
Bt rhurch. Sunday morning ate an unseen hand that is writingthe thus proving the teaching the Murray Castleberry and have VALUE
t The church Is open daily for Miss Irene Cochrane were shop
n o'clock hour. Dr. Koko- destiny of the soul. Great young people have received.Dr. .
prayer and meditation. and ping In Starke Tuesday.
} is head of the Math De- powerful and convincinghave Stocker was called to LakeButlt'1'
Mrs. Rosa Girton of St. Peters
Lmtnt at the University of been these reassuring messages Rev.
"Life Sunday to supply
Everlasting" This will be
burg was visiting her son Cleve-
excel- of the handwork of God in
Erida. and is rated as an of the Methodist
the concluding message of a series miracle Brackman land Neil Monday and Tuesday.
L He was the prtncll working power. The
t speaker. on "What We Believe." Church, who Is ill.
J W. McGee of Macon.
at the recent dlsLet choir under the direction of Mrs
I speaker of the High School The MYF meets at 6:30.: The Ethel Biggs will bring special A special arrangement for the spending some time with his children -

ludeJit meeting Council which was held Garfield Evans Sub-district met music with Mrs. Mona Canova at Youth for Christ program Satur- here, Mrs. James Swindell,
here in Starke o on Monday night. the Hammond electric day night is being planned. The Elmo McGee and Oscar McGeein
l starke. They voted not to join with a public la invited.An Hampton.We .
is Sunday evening the Pastor uses
Remember a proposed new Sub-district including object lesson will also be are very proud to report
Lnday School class for you- at Palatka and Crescent as his mt"lIslljtthe simple topic given by a special speaker that Billy Hall la improving, after
"Jesus Saves" and yet it is the
43. City. The next Sub-district meet- being confined to his home ao
The sermon topic for Sunday I Ing will be held in Waldo on message of the Bible of the- long with a serious eye aliment.
ages, of God. "Neither Is there Presbyterian Church I IJ If In
hour will be, Nov. 13.:
,ht at the 7:30: Corry Edgar and J. L. Veale of
salvation In any; other" Acts 4:12.:
Minister Madison. Ga., nephews of Mr.
---- -------- .. John Warren Kaufman.
the 7:30
-- During Happy Hour at : at 11 o'clock and Mrs. J. C. Cochrane have
Mrs. Mann will be at the Hammond Morning Worship
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE Sermon theme: "New Life in opened the store. They are going
and Mrs. Morse at the
items that will
to help
Christ" of conversion and carry
a study
pin no, while the Pastor leads the and Is
rededlcatlon of one's life to God. everyone your patronage
"10 The Heart of Town And In The Hearts congregation in hymns and chor- the source of all life. The servicewill desired and any suggestion aa!! f
uses they request. to the things you will need will
of The People"A conclude with the reception
Sunday School meets at 9:45: of ten new members Into the be welcomed by them. 1.

and Training Unions gather at church. Visitors are always wel- Donald Cochrane spent the --- t.
Southern Baptist Church For All People 6:1.5: with groups for all ages. come. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. g

This is the last of the "Out for Sunday School classes at 9:43 1 Thlgpen of Starke.Mr. .
Christ in October" services that and Mrs. J. C. Cochranewere r .
School 9:45 Men, women and children are !
Sunday 'Training Union 6:15 have proved to be record breakIn business visitors to Jasper t
invited to attend.PENTECOST.tL '
Morning Worship Evening Hour 7:30 ar in attendance and interest Saturday. Only Chevrolet Advance-Design Yo,, ,. in for a

,,11:80, : Wed. Mid-Week Service ':30 with already over 80%; of the! HOLINESS Everyone is urged to attend on eye-opener t i
resident membership having been lOtll St. and Temple Ave. Sunday School each Sunday a.m Heavy-Duty Trucks Have All These Features when you try the.e nw, : '
reached. and Church services morning and :
School 9:45 m.; Morn big Chevrolet heavyweight
Sunday a.
Mid-week service is held weeklyI night. Everyone Is welcome.Mr. r
:Morning "An Unseen Hand Writes" I! at 7:30: with discussion testimony ''ng Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic and Mrs. Joe Morgan of 4-SPEED SYNCHRO-MESH driver comfort with the cab that"breathes" champions.Our guess I is you'v.
Services 7:00 Everyon TRANSMISSION This entirely Fresh
: p. m. -
Evening "Jesus Saves""Visit and study led by the Pastor. welcome. Jasper were Sunday guests of new heavy-duty transmission In in and used air !
I A cordial invitation Is extendedand Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cochrane and one-ton and heavier duty models Heated In cold > ,
-- a friendly welcome will be family. VMr. enables' the driver to maintain -
The Church With The Visiting. Pastor" found by all who worship at any CATHOLIC CHURCH. and Mrs. Jimmie Gnann speed and momentum on grades I IMPROVED
I of these services. Sunday Mass 10 a.m. Mrs. J. P. Dickinson, Misses Ruth ENGINE The
-------------------- SPLINED REAR AXLE HUB Chevrolet -
.. Sunday School 11 a.m. Sibley and Grace Dickinson were
CONNECTION-Another Chellworld famous for
I Week Day Mass 8:30 a.m. shopping In Jacksonville Satur- rolet truck innovation, this 'eanow even more i:
-Father John O'Dowd, Pastor day.Mr. ture Insures added strength and efficient in I
and Mrs. Kirby Swindell greater durability in heavy I f 1
Church Of ChristBible of Starke were visiting their hauling. Unlweld, all-steel Mt I
Starlings .
Grocery mother Mrs. S. R. Swindell Satur- tion New,
School 10 a.m. Sunday FLEXI-MOUNTED 1 CAB- Full-floating > I
Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday day.Mr.. and Mrs. S. R. Swindelland Mounted! on rubber, the cab is %. -ton and Florida'i.
cushioned against road shocks, Hydrovac I
Evening Service 7:45: : p.m. Sun- Mr. and Mra.V.. C. Khoden torsion and vibration. 2-ton models I
& were Sunday visitors of Mr. and steering Wide
dayBible Study is every Wednes Mrs. Levy Forsythe In Jackson- THE CAB THAT "BREATHES" Standard : ::= ';' 1,
day at 7:45: : -Chevrolet trucks bring added sions Multiple
CORNER CALL & ville.Mr.
STAUKE and Mrs. A. H. Kelaey of
I Market CONGREGATIONAL Hampton were visiting their :

Services every Saturday night family' Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Castle- -
and night
Sunday morning Sunday
SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY, OCT. 29 & 30 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., at Con berry and son Wayne returnedto
regatlonal Methodist Church on their home In Moultrie, Ga. Starke, r

Brownlee Road. Rev. J. W. Grif Sunday. Mrs. Castleberry and .
tie, Pastor. Wayne spent the past week with t

her Cochrane.We parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. On Tuesday, November 2. at 8 p. m. (E. S. T.) we R

GrahamContinued are very proud of the progress bring you ELECTION RETURNS OVER NBC.

made on the Community FLASH !'' Tune in your local NBC station for most complete t t

FREE! From fair 2 House. We still need lots of help coverage with such nationally famous commentators P

SugarASK MRS. MAUDE GRAVES to complete Jt, so everyone is as II. V. Kaltenborn, Robert Trout and W, W. Chaplin r.
Invited to come out each Satur-
day and lend a helping hand. ;

The entire community was I
shocked and saddened< Thursday -- ", f r ttt
morning Oct. 21, to learn of the (

death of Mrs. Maude Graves, af- i 1 a :
US ABOUT IT fectionately known, as "Grandma"Graves
who had been in health i ::1J
for several months, but had been
KO. 2 CANS Each VAN CAMP'S 3 For better for some time. ...r' r t, w i

Mrs. Graves died at the homeof J
PEA lOe Pork & Beans 35c
her son, Leon Wynn Graves, : Ij
with whom she had :made her .
home since the death of her ./ :

SNUFF husband, James Graves, six years ), ''t'i
3 for 25c BREAD 13
% .,
ago.Mrs. I II
Graves came from Alabamato I

cc Graham during her early life rJ : r r
and she and her husband were rI

pioneer settlers here. She has r II I
tl..br r
made her home here since comIng : l

RICE 3 Mrs.to Florida.Graves was 73 years of / % ;s IiI'ffi'I'I' I

25SARDINES age at the time of her death.
She was a member of the Chris- / / t /rr :
tian Church of Graham for many i

Ibs. years and .was a loving mother r ].1' I IA'
and devout Christian. Even / / /
1 r
though she had suffered much .. 1I ,
pain during her illness she alwaysmet 1r
everyone with a smile I ,0 IItJl//'spgy fo" 4f I1t'UM 1

Mrs. Graves leaves to mourn W' ksc ,
1LU her death six children: Tom
4: penal
OIL lOc Graves of Starke, Mrs. Onle A s /4-- iytP'ay'

Smith, Winter Garden Mrs. Bun- o rweekesta ; : 1
le Broughton, Graham Felton c '
Grave Lutz, Olin Craves, Daytona "; ZS f i 3
Beach, Leon Wynn Graves, tin I1fJuIICI' ;
ALL Graham; two brothers Frank ; ; '' '
SOAP /t' il
URGE POWDERS 33c Abernathy, Graham, and John 1r 1rrt,5 '

Abernathy, Daytona: seven :
grandchildren and, two great
grandchildren, besides a host of &. i
relative and friends. OILLII S
Funeral services were held In I It1'
C the Christian Church here Sunday ,

Tall morning at 11 o'clock with 'w .
Rev. Burton officiating. Inter-
MILK 37 ment was in Deaden Cemetery

- 3 for and under Bunk Funeral Pallbearers One Reynolds the Thomas Home Wiggins.direction,were,, Lake Clarence Jim Jake of Koon City.the Roberts Melton Wilson Poster ., I '4 Billion Dollar ioad! Block:! l .. ;I 1


LCoodCani MEAL S lbs 29c IT PAYS to TRADE with SLADE RAILXOAIM MUST orATe around the clock they must have still further rate and fareincreaae Railroads RUB for Everybody ;f ',II
- -
._, ... II OJ every day and night of the year.Although Not Employe.' Alone "

they know this leaden of 16 rail Demands Unreasonable .The railroad Induatry must anus not ono but" ,

CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION road unions are demanding a five-day Mon many groupe-producer*, buain__.anip.Ir.: 11: ".
PEACHES Per Can tOe day through Friday, week for one million Theo employee have had substantial raiaee per, paaaengere and the general public : '
railroad employe. during and since the...ar.Their average weekniah' and day every day of the year. Thee ,
ly earnings are higher than the average weekly unions are proceeding in utter disregard ofI"J" :\
- :They want 48 hours pay for 40 hours work earning of worker in manufacturing induethis important difference between railroad 1 ,I'

-In itself a 20% wage incle_. tries. They have more job security: than the and other induatrie Industrial'plants can be 9 I

1 They also demand minimum of 12 hours average worker in American industry. They abut down over weekends and holiday., but I!, i '

jOUR pay for any work performed on Saturday, also enjoy paid vacation, a retirement lI'e-- freight, mail, expma and passengers must (:
"33" and 16 hours pay for any work performed on tern and other advantages more generous continue to move. Everybody: who enters. .I;! I J
Sunday and holiday. than the average worker receive road employment know thie.
BLEACH "4 all,
On top of all this they want an additional In contrast with the demands of these 15 Strike Threat ,

increase of 25c an hour for every employ! union, which add op to the equivalent of 48c ait On September 18, 1948, the leaders of these e i''
Qt hour the Conductor and Trainmen recently 16 uniona began taking a strike vote. But the j '

2c You'd Pay the Bin I settled their wage request for an Increase of lOe thrtat of a strike will not alter the opposition of tan I :,'I'
hour. the railroad to tuck unreaeonable demandtlWe b I
Summing up thee demand, they mean that t ;J,
these union leader seek to force the railroad 'Ito I,

give on* million employee an annual raise !r' ; '

PHARMACISTPhone which mould outrage flSOO per employe .- 'A" ; 'I'
64 The total coat of this would be no lea __ .If' ;!{t
billion dollar per year which la more "1
SURE TO COME IN AND 'SEE 'n-Ihe-Mlnil Service than twice the expected net income of the' .

railroads thia year. .... 1-+.<"' 1" ,
You'd pay the bill, because If theae Increased publishing this and other advertisement to talk with you J.j

costa are forced on the railroads. at fint hand about matter which ere important,to.verybodv, ?

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4 rwt.nFo cm'vTV" TKi.FnniPH. NTtRKis.: FLORID
J,:: :'k;, ._01'"._. r.irurr --.- FI I/\/ _". (",trrerlN I
'I -- moraN with the and I had rather not be an example, rather than --= .
---- ----- -- the were elected: :Teacher. Interest and zeal In the fact thatIt our ideals or hogs follow / --00'h _
I Methodist Men I year AND DEBT FREK I changing of faMhlnn'!' I say No! classed under .that title.When tine "ill try
Fillya-w Injured I C. S Partin; president, C Is a TAX : I one.Don't tQ LIxl
If. Na'sworthy; vice-presldi-nt, T. CITY and the possibilities of thli Ua must not If we tire to hawan you clean[ around your take a drink just i t'an..t!
' 4i E Herbert Flllyaw wns treated. Enjoy SupperAt H Slade\ ; and secretary, Herbert' fact are the best advertisementto AmcrU-tt which It to taj' home a bit, start In the neighborhood John does or expert you to d<. L'nlc: : %
l knee caps Parsonage Deal. the people of Florida and the American.\ the town County State 1"0. he'll retpect you more In the IV,
for deep ,
rest of the world that any city Are we to let the young peopleall Nation. Ue ran rid our home run If you refuse. It. Your ;Vote .. I I. .'nTil'e
and hands as the result of a motorcycle I Mrs. J. R Hill\ enter After a delicious hamburger of rat. but If thing aron't keptclean Ind.'rala' .
Z Rev and cooked on the grill and of our country can boast.I over the land.bt taught Communism body to the Temple of the holySpirit under Ih.'"d,, ,. .11'
l accident near Lake But- las)i supper they will come buck. I/et's fI vKN.
of :
evening and must not be Mot"
& tallied Thursday Teacher 'defiledwith .
prepared by Herbert Deal asocial have been a citizen voter by proficient 1""JrI ""
'y lei Mondry< ; night It Is reported week with an outdoor supper I hour was enjoyed. Mrs. and property owner In Starke who slip In the "Red" tea 'hlngalong run the Rat out and keep our II cigar, cigarette. or alco d seen -r.I.1', I, \ GI,
fiat Fillyav collided with a pedisv! in honor of the :Men's Bible I,II Hill was assisted In serving by since 1029 and owned and operated with the right teaching, Country clean so that they won'twant hol. Be temperate In all thing. I Ctitlu non e,. .1",!.

man, Seymour Stokes, and who ret Class party of the Methodist Church Mrs. L. D. Vining and Mrs. Her a business! for 12 years as. the starlet thread run through rat to trap conic of back.Patriotism Let's. halted keepour Ii this the America. our .'orelath..r" j lard cnuny', Fir h.y,'
(e caned two broken leg! officers for bert Deal. known as the Temple Garage I made It can be If onlyCASH 6eor.. II k
in Lake City. At this gathering Unnoticed with Loyalty to our Country. Stark Fie LIt
.I hospitalized Those enjoying this lovely affair on Temple Ave., and was employed I
were O. W. White, L.. D. by the U S. Governmentuntil of our Flag, which ittajufo for "Keep our moral up to a I .
I recently. Loyalty and the White which and that cannot bto "taOlI-1
Vlnlng, T. H. Slade, E. T. Shull,
A. D. Martin, Nelson Green Her. Since Starke Is located In the stands. for purity be taken from 'I'' Just because the. Jones ,n'.rl HIGHEST
iI j f ; ; SPECIAL ALLEN'S SPECIAL bert Deal C. S. Partin C. H. midst of a number of highway our Flag, and leave the Red flag practically nothing on the street PRICES p
: Nasworthy, W. B. Sewell 1.. W. and other transportation and hat of Communism to wave, over our I.I that any excuse for you to dow
Koch, B. S. .Johns. J. H. Dennis. been advancing In the attractionof land? Again It Is our firm dutyto ? The Jones' girl might .ne
:1 :' :> PHONE f* WE Ed Simpson Clem Miller, O. L. I tourists It should not be very my "NO"! Are we going to Communist who would like the I

.'. j ;. .;,f t 159jrOCCrV DELIVER Beasley, and O. S. Newcomb. long before It should be a main sea our Country sink slowly moral. of our Country to be low. We
di. .i1';';' stopping place for tourists!, both around us or sink with us., or n''e can't go around mistrusting. I Buy Pecar
, *, MARKET) Mrs. Andrews overnight and permanent If the are we, an each Individual to dosomething everyone., but we must be careful.Up .
.'{jI.,:t: ii I (FORMERLY JOYpElfS proper steps are taken to entice about It'?!' Voice your to a .short while ago there
'.'\ lie"Jim Hostess Monday this type of industry.I opinion let other know where wa n't a bathing suit In Russia.. ,
'ac t .'tj Irish POTATOES, 10 Ibs am soliciting your vote and you stand and they will stand and If America keep going the 'Will Call For.Or Buy At IVarehar
:{\ :) :Mrs W, I Andrews leader of with for the right to prevail.
:t : upport In the Nov. 9, 1948 City'. you way It Is now they will\ soon be
I :' z r j. : Dandy GRITS SIbs Circle Two of the Baptist WMU. Election on the basis of making i[ This In a Free Country now let saying there's nut a bathing suit

. .' 4,1 ; ,... entertained the Social and Flower Starke keep on growing which I us keep I It free. We ran do this II" America. and be Jut .short of '
: MEA S Ibs 32c Committee at her home recently. can be done by the citizens, the I by starting In our own hornet: I right. Let Ult be the ones to Bet I. C. H.
.I'i 'J of city dads and the Mayor. flrat. Clean our home of the T H
; ,i' ?;, BANANAS 2 Ibs 15c Attractive arrangements Vote for and support J. magazines that are questionableHow
\1\1 ': l f\\ ; } red dahlias and potted plants (Sam) Anderson on Nov. 9. L'j about those movies of which\ 234 EAST CALL STREET
\ 100 IN .ItOX were used to advantage throughout many of the Actors and Playwrights HUNGRY ?
. in the Election.
! .i,. t special City PHONE '
'' 198
lt belong to the lied party?! STARKE
the occasion.
'J. 17x17 89c the home for (Adv.) ,
: : Fancy We all know that the picturesshown
: t ., November being the month for VISIT THE
on the screen now are no
; ';.,: ; ; i BREEZE Soap Powder, 2 for 39c'i' Circle Two duties at the church I There NOTICE half morally fit for the people of
; )1, plans were made for the Brotherhood are many hungry .
Chili ParlorHome.Cooked
clothed\ children to school. I today to see, especially the youngpeople
'" t i' \ supper, floweis for the going
t. : Suey Sauce 6 oz. bottle 15c 'I All and sizes. have who attend more movie
. > : Chop church and other duties. ages If''you
: : thjui their parents. Even thepeople
some clothes or shoes you will Dinners YES I JAM
Members of the committee are .
i; Castleberrie Sauce, 6 oz. bottle 15c Mrs. G. R. Mathews, Mrs W. C. I ICovan. share, call Mrs. Morse 74.W at of Europe who have. seenAmerican With Hot Bread ,
movies think
: the Red Cross office and tell her they ar10deef'lIt. .
; Mrs P.VIIIIa.ma and -
, j .
'' Steak Sauce 8 oz. bottle 12c Wllaon. J'> where and when you want thempicked but you say HOME: 'MADE.: CHILI
. i : ; ; ;!.... Derby Mrs Ira, ? up. The young people'sB. "there. are some good movl....". REAL. HAMBURGERSIN :

:V .' t 11 JEWEL Shortening 4 Ibs 1.30 To Meet T. U. is sponsoring this drive How do you know they are good \\.i" ':':. A
4 < r UDC And will collect them. The needis until you see them the** It N DEMOCRAT
.: : H too late. There In also good foodIn I .
and is to
so great it our duty
: j. ;>,: ti&J Rib or Chuck STEAK. Ib 49c The W. T. Weeks Chapter of help them so please don't neglect the garbage can but do you STARKE
the: United Daughters of the Confederacy go there to eat your meal? The THURSDAY
would EVERY
I \ this. I wish you as citizens
' \ r
i '1. Jb 49c will be entertained by i food there H. only fit for the
'. fl Fresh PORK any part Just visit! the school around noon
t ,
and Mis. J.I
and see how bad It Isto watch
" W. Kincaid at their home on : NOTICE
,:i 1 .t li1 Streak 0' Lean Bacon (White) Ib 42c Walnut Street on Wednesday these hungry children I don't. fee 'I J Applications will be received OPTOMETRIST: VOTE. *
how the teachers and Mr. Partln
Nov. 3 at 3:30: o'clock. I i i at the office of Cltv Clerk in the Examined I always have hoes
) iil1t' '_ -- All members are urged to be I stand It. G. City Hall up until 5 p.m. on Nov. Eye EARLY OR LATE crat
!Mrs. C. PI'le8I Fitted
o' \ --- present.. 1. 1948 for the position of Street .
A; TCJM;& I f ... Superintendent. A statement,of And CIII11I.It't.'hlllal I SHINE I all\ay' ulll tea
'JI .... ..-. I
= : I
1'"" -.- ; qualifications must be included in ServiceON
: t WSCS To Meet
.; w'.JI ti1 1 !' no .. ... m.... --.. --...;. i: W.C.T.U. application. Toward my party I f feel i
$i' COURT STREET who saidUooilman :
City of Starke
I Circles of the Methodist WSCS
By Johns Clerk
. ttH1\ ;( I r will hold their program and social 10-22-2t--10-29 spare thai
meetings Monday afternoonat "KEF.I.IERIC: '.\ AMERICAN.: Toucb I not a tingl hu
' ii 3 o'clock. I
BY .l.
0 to: Mrs Herbert Deal and Mrs. I EDNA EARLE NOFGKL. THE STRAIGHT For In my youth lnyitAnil

\ 1 ; L :: = G. S. Newcomb will entertain r (READ AT STATE CONVENTION I \\lll protect
1 ; 'd(1.( .' Circle One in the educational IN DAYTONA.)
1, Building DEMOCRATIC For half a century the
' '. Mrs. Carl Johns will be hostesao I It. this the America that 011Fo"Iatht'1"I cratlc Party has shell,

' : 4'JIl, Circle Two at her home on etahllhed wilt'prayer You Ulll protect It DM
meat and blood? lIav.kpl.t k .. r wet u1 ytfR
South Water St. TICKET
we the Ideal, moralan"
d f hI a ') habit of our pomperlty embed
r !' t WCTU Delegates led In our mlmln. a.'td heart?

. ; ..,III. Attend ConventionFour The people who made the dang .(Pd..Pol. Adv.)
:fl; emus voyages from the Oil
It 'World came with a vision o>
!:if officers of the Laura
I II Scott WCTU. making thin a Country where
one honorary memer. -
I I .I It's A Fact fear and hatred could not fallow ,.
'> one Youth Temperance Coun-
t : > Il member, and one visitor from and where peace and love fo ".
u't i I ; Clean Clothes Last Longer here attended the State Contention their Fellow man could be main
t tI : .f; i / in Daytona on Wednes-
: day of last week.Starke.s have changed! we al'
To get maximum wear iout of your clothes Y, T. C. Miss say; but Jut twraiiH of a Mpeeitl-
/l l. let ua dry clean them regularly. Our thorough, Edna Noegel had the member.honor of crazy world are we to rhangi

I yet gentle, cleaning restores the original being on the program for a
tl'J/; /! newness. Our service ia. fast, our work ia i Temperance solo "The Writingon ,
Y! \. dependable, and our prices ore reasonable. the Wall", and an originally ATTENTION! G. I.

\>Ii pl, t'; '. Call us at 135 TODAY! composed American".speech "Keep America TRUCK OWNERS: I DOUBLE GOODNESS ez 9 I IF

.: II
: .t : .i. The newly-elected State WCTU Our milk is a double feature program of good
President Is Mrs. D. J. Mason of -
'[ 'f .1'' .::1 I PHONE; 135 Orlando. Have ALL The health and Rood taste. Grand; for both grownups! GUA.ANTEEDIIizard. .
: i I ROOT. and youngsters; it pours from the bottle in a
; l \ d ;U" Parts For G.I., GMC, cascade of liquid sunshine. Keep
NOTICE creamy a permanent -
: } ffi 9fIet 'U!) ;
: auFor
: ; ,
fountain of
. t Temple Chevrolet, Dodge youth on and with milk of
f 01'' J.7: J. L. (Sam) ANDERSON RUNS 75
j superior flavor and richness. Order GUSTAFSON'S
Owner .. your -
: ;;: Studebaker AS
K.. milk today I .,.It' Your
.1 V.I t 1 t tp BASIS OF CITIZENSHIP \xeN, ir.jolnt. Grease !Seals. LOW Old Battery
I 1:1 I..! i I. Spring< and all your neeils. TELEPHONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COL- WIZARD DeLU)

+ STARKE. FLA. announcing my candidacy LECT GUARANTEED 2 y
: dependable and
p power
.:' : 1. for Mayor of Starke I wish to I At The Best Prices
iJ.I __ ____._ performance at lowest coat and
:. ----- --
: ; = ---=-- -== -- convey to the citizens and quail-I DAIRY discover why over Equal l In power y b
r'j U led voters of Starke that I am : 12.000.000 people have chosen to !'aUonal much I'I'k own II JD: J
Max Auto Parts wizard other branda.coatl11' as
\ particularly Interested In this Cityand over

:: +! safef GENUINE FORD BATTERIES: j. dads. all have services worked that hard the for city and Dept C! 031 Marietta St. Green- Cove PHONE Springs 2312 Florida- There's car. truck a tt Wizard tractor for! every ea for.,many(Croup!,uvula I I
ATLANTA OA. Wizard 80"v .1517'1125
ave finally made them real.I I SERVING STARKE DAILY
."I- '
Mkt J wish that everyone in !his .GUARANTEED ONE YEARJ for laM CM-fcmlt ci*
own of Starke would take more: 9.i5::>> (Croup 2LI am.
. .; 1:. ., $4 Allowance F. O. Miller Piano Co .- Popular Cam Each
, tf
; For Font. M.,., Zephyr
J ,,. Best battery bur In the low- ..40-4.7. (Croup 2HFI
.' \ : priced field I Qualitr-bullt to .
ChristmasMerchandise area
"t \\ EXPERTSERVICE I Y glr) long lervic
ATrERY.it Select Your situ
}' h.lr( t ON YOUR OLD t I .


I: ''' ::7 1 We Have A Battery To Fit Nearly I ti t :r. Jacksonville: ;:

' 1,tI 1 1 4 i,. All Makes of Cars And Truck.j di i for Christmas DeliveryWe L-i..j Coming In T. i

{t r i:i i Give You -Car or Truck Fast 1 1 '

j : t epa have the largest! k

NEW LIFE With NEW MOTOR stock of nationally 'L Complete Lines 'Will
A h.
known nationally Be On Display SOON! (

.t r1}; : t We Have Sixes or Eights For Chas. C. priced pianos in

' I .. Immediate Installation S h ,e p h e rvd. Florida- New Items In Toys Arriving Every Week. DfJN'TMix
'tu such asSTEINWAY

'ti tf IIt I;:; We Have The Following Accessories At Cay's Service Station Look For Our Big Display. Many SurprisesFor with Slippery Smooth Roodil Tires S w

?i" r i 1 .For Your Car or Truck and The Kids. '

;,''f"'r I other famous makesall Drive. With C.nficnc/ ...,on DAVIS ,IIJI

};:i It ,:' .! ",1 { Radios Seat Covers MAIL YOUR OVERSEAS GIFT PACKAGESNOW CURVE SAFETY Tires. INVfi*

; r t 1 Spotlights Fog Lights on convenient f If You Wait Much w CURV! 6*
J .; ', Frh : 1 1a Longer. Your Gift GUARANTEED 2 FULL YEARS Co**!

t ; ; \\.4 Windshield Washers terms with Will Arrive Too Late For The Holidays. DoM
If si dr
" .,; J Backup Lamps 600x16 $1435 1ha1
within 200 miles Plus Taa

t We Also.Have Complete Line of 11 skid l d3t
t Don't take chances Ordinary hurfS ._ e-fcoted P.Ot4t:
Polishes & Cleaners A Small \ -
I' Ford Deposit Will Hold Any Gift ously in many an emergency w '
it Curve Safety tires will not skid.
K 1 demonstrate this fact to you!

h.'f. i wu.xarnn.r..ww. ra w / DAVIS NEARWELLA-Guaranteed $1151' n
: Co.SERVICE F. 0. MILLER "hand-built tot
a Year Precision
4 Andrews Motor t 1 1 1 1 Plenty of Tree Decorations; Lights Wtr cars. As low ... ............

Piano Co. ,
Roping Garlands Etc. i

: SALES *Th<" homo of finePlanim r '

i STUART'SCYCLE since IMS 'by" ,

1 Starke, Fla. Temple Av. A 10th St.Starkfi. Ft.A. J. F. JAUDON
'h 199 W. Madison St. Florida gTllUei'
-= W. CALL ST.

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