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: November 5, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02984
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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tornadoes Trounce P. K. Yonse! 2 7 BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH

efore Record Crowd Here Friday \

fI !hundred fans who nod- V. Official Countu Publication Established In 1877 It
ugh a sluggish

J ? ,'r a show for their mon- _ '.\nKE. FLUKIU.V FKIIIY. NtJUEU::\ 5, lt i IH NUMBER: THflKIStadium
,1'1 \ UL.L.MK: : $IE.T1-NI:
,lit the last two stanzas -- -______ -- -
rolled up a 26-6 vie-

lleiIn lie ,EH3-ht.,1,Bradford p It K.was Yonge Park the Tornadoes'of last Gaines-Fri. 1 Project j Donkey Ball : State Nation And County

., of the season.p .
eO Given Boost Next Tuesday

( T1iir alertness K Yongsters In the jolted first I I

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B.V Solidly Democratic


III" IJ: t1"rIOV"b' : November 15.9\ n, In the '
I E ""rndlord COUl1' For One (11) Hallrolld and I'uhltc) :345. tlon of mnlden niimo. Itreulford at Fturke, Flurldn. this ( Bradford Voters Favor

Florida Uttlitlepi. Cornml8.loner of the For SiiporvUor of Hoitlstratlon County TeloKruiih Khali publlxh this 11, 11144.t.L.'I"ICIAI.. es
;c,t 1... I H. A. altAr of Florida. for For JU"IIne' ot the" Peace In and Order lit neXt loura.I.lv ls.uen.WltnusH .. I ( !m.:H.) A. .T. Thi I
,/ the State' of For EepreBntatlve of the Second Via the. following Justice Districts, my hand and official min.1 As <'U'rk of ..nl.1 1'
", rive! notice that ConKreulonal )1811'let of the : No 1For nt ITUirldit, tItLe Octobor Ity Haven Crosby l
state Itlk.
of 1'lorlda.' In OnnHtablii. In and, for the fol- ,
II tho Klirhty-Flrsil Con' I 8. T. Frank I.nnilruin., Ktarka, President TrumanBradford
'fW! 'IJI.BCTION; : gross: ot the United States. Juntlro Districts. vU: No. 1. (OKKlCIAtf 8kAM! A. J. Thomas Attys. fur }'U. ress
In 10.1 4
ilfonl County Testimony Whereof, I have I
For Two CIrcuit !, An rivrk of miM Court. -
Tuesday nextMonday I.1.2 Judjif"s (lroul' horeunto sot my hand 1 and affixed Uy Crosby I>. C. i c'o"n'r. '
In Judicial Circuit. of the the oront Seal' of the State of Flor- .T. 3. Iliirrlxun, 111vel L'| C'lu'll'r lit \
State of F'lorh.hl. l.w KxvhatiKv ( >r 1.0 1.1 '
,"IS, the said I' iclit at Tallnhant.ee the Capital Jni'ksonvlllo. FlorUlit ('inv: It I 1'1.Iulu.1 County again demor

VOVEMBFHlentlal I!' Judlcllli For One! Circuit Stale of Attorney the State Eighth or thIs. A.Ih.D.' Thlrly-flnt UU.I day of AUIf'u..t \ Al).*. for. IMf. 10-15 41"5\ > I.evkoff efunilitnl.. ,. }T'lulntlff l'nnt Nn.,.. cratic donkeylerican strated its loyalty to the Democrat!

Elec- "Florida" I n. A. (tRAY, _JvllOcr._ rH'| ' people Party by giving President Harry Truman
IV tlltftll' I'abI HI'. mil)roll I) OJtU\H
For !Sfnte Sonntor Secretary of Htnte
for Fifteenthp2rhl I ITo lion A. O I HI I't', IN fllNiiiv. > NOTJfR TO AIII'HR ; t overturned! a handsome majority over th
of I District ot Anilreti, "I'rlft Hrn. 1.I lroril l- 'JUUI\I ,
'" State the Mate of A T 1.1 J OP (
Cutinly. 9.3 ot 10-20 < : l 'r.tIHl'A combined tally of his three opponent
1 Nntlnio l'IalutICC I'atMVN'ntlmu nat ."leH. wh..a .110) ''< Nation swept
I Mary vo
ot the For One I ) let., 2111 M-thi $!
cc Genera
i t. Momlior of Iho ttmmaFloHdlS0"0"1 innui'IT (oii'r 1111.\1)1'111)\ i liffc-inlanl i. Civ N' HXSd, <, I in Tuesday's1, .surprise laden
sti'inl. I I. New YIM-U' front
,f the State !; f the flat"! or 101,1'\ t'I.lIIIIU'l.1' l'f 4 II 1-: nKPKn! nIp> 1'C'ni.ic vric'V Y
For County : ANn XOTIfJ1 TO AFI'KAH November 8. 1I4M, In tin- r fh a majorityers a Already'i counted out and all but err
t Ill." Slate;, of For Judco I Ocrtimlc D. ''''''''. fl-iliHlff: MI. John I i: 'I' A V 1.'LOltl1tn: 'iinniMiJ (""u.t ami wh \ anf

For IMcrk Mhcrlff.of the (." li'* >wim, h. li-ftiiilnnl. ('.,$<- N"h l'nis.N'otltiio' lt'<..ni-, 1.0..1.' and Mitlnllrr ..ok. tllv of both balmed by political pollsters, dopesters
h. State of Circuit "urt. H3oni atl ca In.: 140 I ""us. ('otititTeletrisi>lt chit II' titihliKh
For ( I II.
For Tax'ounly: 011(0"101'; '\"H"Raor of TPSHo "", >r: OF Pt'I lt..1t','T,ioN : : Vei, non Ni. : Y"r. !, Orrti'i) r In nit four wiwl\| I crYltal.cazer from coast to coast Presiden

Inof ANfi:; NOTICD( TO Af'l'TSAH:: i You, it nre rn.iih-"il I t" uiiiuai' on Wltni"-i my luiml titul off! l
( ved
i 19.3S3.871 g
Florida. I MMr'-1", "f I : v ,' i, ; nF i.nn, \ i ,. N", inln-r IS iui. In Hi. ab.'MCourt "uiil l in I Itrl.i Flnnldi'. Un.. (),-t l Truman came from behind to stage one of t

.\Sileilturunf For Coiinly Hnrvayor. John. n""IO', c .11' 'h] .."<' n ulilcnreiinrt tcu ticd nnd .'"cc... "h'r.ln 6, 114HOFKICIAI. S itatea with 304 amazing upsets In U. S. political hlston';
For Three Members. nilili.'f-c. 1 IK nj 1 |I'% | i,<"mtui I Avennp. plal I"tlff iu olts 1 illvoi-f J* .u..tod.. ( Fl': \) A. J [med 17942.869 mot
the Sii- County CommlHKlnnei-H. nnar.l or I I'i nii, % \v\v Vurk i. ititfot t "f minor I ohllil I tirat fir.i AH Clerk of tin Court. .. Bradford Countlans did their part b,
itiof, Flor- Fur Three DIxtR. I i-a-r. you ii'i. "i.'Mi'inil' tn np|>''!tr on 1&mi ii I y '1"'I''I.h|. .hol I I ,,Ill Ish thlM Ily llaviMi p. (\k* tates with 189 ,
Jloard or Moinliers" nf the C..UMU. innicd, ('"lIl"t nnd l "au$... u hpi-f In [ ..,' In 'f-lclv IKHUPM.Vltii Vranlc t.ln Irnhy. l'orkJ Riving: Tmn 1,194 votes to 533 for Thui
1'ubllo IiuUruc'lli. . no. I' lln ) tndldate Thur.
n I >:jst .. I
plaintiff tllMir. > \ I !
At roetorathereof t. .H my baud nml offh-lul iu\Al AlY" for IMf. th 38 electoral mond, Dewey. and 12 for Henry WL

lace. The total almost
-- Republican was

. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMIHTS TO BE VOTED ON IN NOVEMBER 1'48t. wishful think- tical with that cast here In 1944 when th

., / poll was 312 for Dewey to 1,688 for Roost
__ r TTION ....rdn".. with law
of of tinea and such providing tax shell for the levy to the amendment of said Con.tltuton the County by ttie State. County, County axteewlea, ea The assessment rott ef )mocraUc with velt.
U4.' not ba ap be and the Is School' Board School nistrlcts. Special of all tanas Truman ,
.,5, of plied to any .ala .lIrotd Cunl 1. A..o. 260- ,
purpose other
than the and rhall be submitted to the of Tax School Districts end MunlclpaliUes. County & I
Voting the
11 Joint Reiaitints of .lot1 :lal. tG.n'y. : county was cut
the throughout
to Uieot .payment.. Oonds.tb principal arid Uuoroat of the State of Florida. fur re >. The Legislature ahail at the Legislative board, DUrcta., ttpeclol T ; and, only 83.
Florida. ando ) In addition jection at the next General Election to Session of 1D49 and from tints to School DuitrlrU .4 Munlclpal" .," ., lurmond. prtslngly heav. Indicating: the below-surfae
vol. of In to the bond. authorized be held m the year 1SJO. that le. to ssy. time thereafter enact laws to take effect BKCnoN IT. I $ Henry IL interest Presidential )
by a para ;ropn tel a I
elected the limitations prov"Un ''Jhereol that Section 1 of Article XVII of the only after approval by the olectare of us-y 1. 1030. County 'ira ." / capaig.
,', ers. on sldeu and of Section and Constitution 01'' the State of Florida be said County at a referendum called for In the County of Voitisls.. Stele of ,' though pre-election excitement decldedl1!, I
of Article IX of the Constitution amended so .to read ss follows: that purpose, specifying the powers functions ida, sttall collect all taxes I.vle In for )
: jpon their..ndia.armln. alra of Florida: the Lcmslatiire, may SECTION 1. Either branch of the Leg duties and compensation of County County by the State, .. <' lacking. Due to the time require

,the yeas. and Capitol provide! Outlny for bond.the Issuance bY County of dpeelal non.". .Islaluo.., _.at_.1. any_,_ regular__.__ session, _. or at. _Tax: .,.,.Collector... I ., ..designated' ._In. .Paragraph. .,:. School,1 Basrd,,_School._ Districts. ._ : but TUB WINNER to mark the monstrous ticket I
vt-B v vAMHurainiiry aenaiuii v. g ow. .n .UN "RU a
Pc-nlutlons bi < of Education.fur. .school capital i l outi Y'proJ.et. called for such purpose either In provide fur the colleeUon care custody, ;? The Lf-Klslstri-B, shall at thsIMtve '\ dod. long lines of voters were queued
( the Stt. .t hereafter acquired or construct th.lo'e.nor'. original call or any amendment reporting and disbursement. of all Uixeicollected wiloti ol 11KJ. and from time
. the
; GHAVie fl. d. but, nald bond shall ba limited to thereof, may propose tha revlalon by toe County Tux ColLector.SENATr time thereafter enact laws Unofficial General Ele Returns up throughout day In a pollIng

I .B., A.ofTON project. and smounts approved bv the or amendment of aoy portion or portions the powers, functions. duties, and compensation cton place bottleneck.A .
Ilo"l.C State: Board of Education!: aa prescribe : -
of thla Constitution. Any such of County Ti Collector dssianated I
d by law and shall become payable ..enaily rcxialon g total of
or amendment may relate ui tn Paragraph 1 tills Section 2,091 electors
as proscribed by law within\ not to one subject JOINT RBdOI.UTION!: NO. 9X collection all
or any number of subjects and skull ILkewuis provide Ur the
:\ in Florida. exceed twenty years from the dote of but A JOINT OLU''IUN Proposing ac 40 percent of the number
no amendment shnll con .nit trin unit I.s""n.e: Provided toot no Special Cap. than Amendment to Article V1I1 of the Con.
one .sevlaed article of the Conau. of all tares coilecved by fled visited the polls as compared ,
t D. 11411, tin Hal Outlny bond. shall relativeto ,
be Issued here tution. stitutkm of "' State of Florida Count Tax Collector '
under which together with the school 11.ha\ proposed revision or amendment assessment of property for taxes and only I Election : .i i I with the 3.661 who turnei
':OVEMBETrlon Indeb-Klm.. of .such "county tncludinispclil la agreed to by three-fKlha ot tin the collection' erf taxes, by adding thereto 10HOUST ) 1 out In the first ,
of the 1 tax: school l dlstrut Indebtednessnhall \ members elected additional sections so provide that inUie cg primary electloi
to eich
House It shall a
is': A"n !- exceed twenty per cent of tin be entered upon their respective Journals County of browsed State of Florida JOIVT R' ;OLUTlnN! NO of Bradford = r t. last May.
i 01 tie Staui of assessed value of the taxable the County Tax Assessor shall mimatu A JGI.N1' HLJ.IU1ION Prop nut j
property ol will th. Z
yeas sod nays and pub- M Z Q I
such county according to the lant the property of the County fur the Amendment to ArticLe VIII of Lunstltullon Bradfordltea
SSIMMS.nent lisaed' in one newspaper In each county purpose ,, I.tI.I r : : gave
for county purposes prior to the where a newspaper la published for of levying State. County, School and assessment ot the Stats.*>orty of' I >r Uixei '. ha.t County I I I I I I I Nominee Puller Demot
I I.
toiuance of such Special Capital Outlay two times, on. publication- to Be madenot Municipal taxes levied by' the Htate$ ,. collection r.lr' adding .thrroto I Waren tump
t. "IOV NO t"fl Bonds. The principal of and Interest earlier than weeks County County School board, SchoolDIOII' .x.by of
ten and the other majority 1,754 to
such special bond. .... lax School Districts,. additional provide hot & 12 ore
F.opo sn on shaU be payable' not later than six weeks. Immediately. Special I -
the County of Finalise, Stsui or FlarMa.the cov.
*: of tile State from a fund established In each county preceding the election at which trie same Port Districts. Drainage Districts, and County Tax Ascotnnr such FOR Republican. opponent, L
eomnrlierl ol moneys authorized and apportioned is to be voted any other taxing districts, and munirl IVMSSS ; was PKIMJDtNT
-cto sn sddlat upon. and thereupon submitted Acker. In the statewide '
sU exrlrsr by tile Legislature for school to the .'elector of Uie State vurapproval psutlce of' the County which by ordinance property ef tlie Countfor the p Truman 172 476 287 32 95 3 103 Yt 'J('
of l 'lMTunond
levying County. kv honl and Munlclpnl Inleft I
.. motor fuel capital outlay and debt service" purposeiand or rejection at the next General request their. taxes to be so assented Sin. > Warren 296,233
,med shall bt'reet money provided by the county from Election: provided however that end and tlU the County Tax Collector tx. b.the SUte County, 7 219 122 U 37 5 48 03 er'. reive t'Ak
County e School DitrcLs.Special .
find nir- county school revenue sources Includingad such revision or amendment be submitted collect and distribute! the It" : Dewey 0 8 ,
may : Tow Schnol and MunU I 49 I' 95 29
the dls10 valorem Uxes a> authorized or required for ;.t ublc 1 1
approval or In
DinK rejection
of the ( I and that Bennett.
by the Legislature BY LKO1BLATUIcE Wallace 3 2 6 0 0 0
." portions of subject Mthe election under the conditions described IUSOLVE T1 : Tax shall collect resl. 113 Dmort.
limitations of the Constitution relating or : ; l nominee for
In and In the manner provided STATt ILOrID Congress .
to ad valorem taxes for school purposes by Section 1 That Article elf the fm
0' of Article XVII erf this &
L I TiE LFOt'L. Sui-h,, bond, nhn'l not be bonds or Constitution. If a majority of the electors of the Constitution of the Suite RKSOLVFD BY Til IFOI2LA.Tugs 'c Second District wa llkewisi
dolts of t''' it. "f F'-irMn or enforce of relative te the aaessment and : OF THK STATE ID AI, on. Warren 243 T18 423 36 128 40 U.135' 17MAcler
_..dmcnt 1 Ar- voting upon the amendment adopt l'lorll That fie following I amtudment Article favored 1, 177 to 149 over him Republican
eblevag-ilnst Uie credit of taxes In the of
or taxing power el such amendment, County .
ititutlon add- the same shall become
in r cal section pro-. the SL.it.irotsr*. a part of this Constitution.HOUSB Broward additional a of rlrld..to by be addingthereto numbered ot Florida VIII at relative tile, Cotiktltution to the ."e..m of :$- om. 10 50, 30"- :: 9 G. 0 2' 12 "running mate Camilli

tn. upon RS. f by the Secretary 1..n.of State, be andthe collection; of all taxrs In the 42the..lo Genesu Pla\rlct-d ..Bennetpoll'd p
''I produ,1 S Pinollas. Slots ot llsrIJs. by sddln 1 .
same Is hereby agreed to and -tflall .
1 far JOINT RFSOLUTION:; ma b S.503
..id b "I pur A JOINT UKS'Jt-UTlON' Prupn. n an : JOINT RESOLUTION NO. IW submitted to the el"l1 of the 5..t. as additional sei-tinns Section to be be 'on1 Bennett 19' 521 '280 21 94 26 28 '15' 1'Geneau -"Alt'other t.Gneau's'
'he distribution, Amendment to, the Constitution by add* Amendment to Article V of Proposing the Constitution an. tlld.neral for roll".lr be o held rejection '... the C"I.I .,:. aqrood r\. Ipub 60 1 n 0" 3 .
; 18I
,I of itatd taxno, log thereto an adldtlonal Section creating u be St..t.of I 4J. C Statl.nl County
'hall be sub- two additional 1 Senatorial Districts.BE of Florida relating to the Judicial first Tuesday slier the first Mon." in "bmld .le.ID1 'were'uoppa
"C .i' he Stite for !: IT HKtrtwrr* ny THB 1.I".GISf.A.T'JRE I Department by adding thereto a Section Nov.m"r. 1943. aa followa for .tm.nlon 'J..lon reelv ,d : "complment
at the General "' be held
t itmct 't; n- OF THB STATE OV FLORIDA! the relating Supreme to the and retirement Circuit Courts.of Judgesof 1. ld!.O. the-County From and lax AAser.sor after. "..n..or Tuesday utter the first Monday preflr.t -I Sowder At Rotary ary" votes. .
rio in 1MU, asturri That th. following Amendment to Ar. u. hold I .
1 nit: ir RESOLVITU BY THE I.EOI.SLATUIOC County ol Mroward SUite of Florida, November. 1040. MS follows! I City Will Elect
tlrle VII of the Slate Constitution by ,
.. ,. now or adding thereto Section 6 erentlntf two : or THE STAT: or FLORIDA: shall SJSIHUS all property for all Stole. SFC"IIO: 13. I. From sod' after,,Jit, 20.-5 Vote On
That the following Amendment to Article County and Municipal taxes to 1050 tne County sx S.-w, iwi>19111"a Amc"dmfotl
c or th"r additional! & Senatorial Districts. I. hero Sho In the County ef Pln ilns, state of VlnrIda. it In its
of the vote
Constitution of Florida. be levied by the StateCounty on the 11
M ut
-\I SelcoufDistricts r shr.ll assess all ptiRc-rty-for :
"4"e for '. ... .. by adding. a Section to be known aabmtion County Duard. l '? ;
I iu'.J of tne rf 'n. ri I Amendments Bradtord's
*n of acid Article, V. la hereby Tax School Districts. ftale. r""t". So"oo.n.1 Mlnlel",1 Mayor
tIle at the 'iffl 1"c.'tton In 1010.a Sleea
: ;I
fvi In tne county'hv?
:11 ics end fo ws: agreed V> and shall be submitted tu thee Port Dr.ln.la Plate. and any t lel.d vote Jibed with the' state
arton of the State or btntw. School TTi rd.Srliool
Florid. set ;
rnt- other taxlnff .tall-
t i .1 retained Siyr-non. Tli-re la hereby cr.m.d d1trl, (;'. r.cos i 'a wide verdict
.. irtuo! or r -ton! at t". r"ct Cneral : by request Uiiuctses I ;>arlsl tax .- on the most import
: 0 "' the lease two additional frc "i ual Di i .ta to beknuwn wh.h -'r
.. L>!< sod inlcipnlltlrs. td
1 ::cg to 10 t &? Iz 101. h. .lrli: 1 ant Issues.
tructlon.innlntonflnce I .. tOe Thtrly-nmtit I30thl etui I
recor\ i. t-e lslatiiro shsll at the t pubto
: T-s .-u.i-t-P. .*.'I at the Lec'slH'veSession < .aIe voters of the of '
City '
of I Fortieth ItOtitl Senatorial Districts. The !
littife .
4e" Justices of the Rtipivme 19-M and trim nr-e t. *e Session In 1M9 .u. f."mh" ut Bradford turned down No. .,
and rights of Thirty-ninth t tSUUil Senatorial OMrlet Court snd Ju".... ef tne Circuit Courts.eligible I enact svoclO'liig tike 'vs tliereifter. enact sppalfylnn ",s In f. Starke will go to the polls next I 2
The Ulerefr. lw.
o >.rts or for the I II'ortlrtAt .I oJ Monroe County. to retire with coav.neatloa. and soar-pen powers func-loni. 'ut. and compensation (switching seventh cent gas ta

I and IntereHtj HOthl Senatorial District' .haUeons..l may innsstl. o* resigning elect se retire, .of tno lax d ..nlfnated .{- of cml"{ Tax A..or. d en a Tuesday, Nov. 9, elect a mayor from schools to road J .
les-e. ecqutjtliiv.ion. of Wa:'hlnrtion and Calhoun Co
.4 t nre:, of. rp..r.rnada ilrty-eliflit>.. NothIng(SSI.herein exl tliul shall Senatorial dwturb Olatrices. the- to perform ail of the functlonaof and shall Ik.w.p..r.. provide b, shall liken .o, provide by law for at. and express their wishes concerning of 233 for, 758 against. Statewide {'
extsnston the asmssun.tit roll of
their re.ipectlve offices when tailed law Oie > *
5, ts of th_ A special election nhnll be called upon .men 01 vote was also '
way Asei> by the Chief Justice If It be a SupremeCourt roll the County Tax Assessor > at blowing: or silencing
Stste "In in the said TMr'v-nmlh 'Until SenatorlMDurtr hy State. County. County Scl>n*>
.1 Justice. '
or by the Senior Circuit uucss levied' by the SUte. unJ.
1 upon ffnsotlnepetrwlmim. \ ,et atid In the said Fortieth" MorklSnnatorlal ) Judge of hla Circuit a II be a Judge of School Hoard Kc-tvxil DistrictSpecial C".nCounty Bchool Districts. Siuwlsl Ts of the time signal whistle at the Also defeated was No. 2 .(concernlng .

efws I ClatTtct' within Beventy-flve* the Circuit Court. They shall ssverally Tax Dtitrlcta Post Districts V.allDIIc Districts .nt Munlatpslltlel.KECTION bond issues for schoo' I
the election In 1918. to "hol
(731 after
than fmirjrirh dais receive the aame res4remM romperuiatiusias age end any other ,.. 14 rrern end sffr January municipal light plant
1 produdt elrKt a y.'eaton. from each of Mtld DI. Lf they had resigned.. Upon assignment wlo ".Inl taxes ". 18.V1 the Canny TRX Cil'i'o' purse.) by a vote of 144 fort
". 1. lad DetMrt- lr1.TIe SrO"tor elected! from theThlrtyn.nth by the Onvcreior to soy other Circuit I ns a 1.%. County. Tax In the Counry of PlnUns.. State of.Florida The mayor will be elected to against. Statewide
t. \the tiiantxe 'IJDllii: Sonatorlnl Dlatrlct such retired Circuit Judge shall Asaeiaor pursuant.a .die first paragraph shsll, aoltxt all 4-ess levied In vote was i
cant or moretine chill hell I office from hit, election fora I have the same !Jurtndlrtlosl" and powersas ef this section.SECTION the afoot by tLe Hint*. County, County"rhocl fill the unexpired term of II. C. also negative. *
or othf term emlintf on' the Flrvt Tuesdny after other Circuit Judges.. Wo such retired From end after January EMrot. School Dlstrloln, SpecIal who '
a except avla the FL st Monday in January. I9f3: and Justice Tee and Miinlclnall'lrs \ rl lged"he aledback Another waa'accorded
shall 1
or Judge be required I. 1VM, the County In th.C.t" : the negative voe -
the FortiethidtitI CO..lOr
e'.uctivl: from
be :Imposed by the Senator to perform duties. wt'hout hie consent.Call of Bnwrard flurlda. i. The f.slrtitre shitll et the t.etaa-! to the I
"i ?*-t,Is rptslAiedleveral < Senatorial District HhaU l old officefrom te duty may be by spaelal. or general shall taxes levied In the Comity live Sssclun of 10JB SD>| from time te> actve No. 3. providing for the
counties.nnneP h.. election for a tsret ending< on '.1 time theraa(. .r coast ,. spvclfvlnsj' Ice Army. .
the first TuesrtiT. after the dm MondayIn revocable order. Any Justice or by t the County, Coimty School of two new Senatorialdistricts .
.. as the and tl ..r"Sen" Judge who may have realsnod beforethis School Districts, SjieclM Tax bowers, functions dullvs and : :: The four candidates who '
( ) >
10.0. t
"" amoo I January. amendment becomes ,,pncstie. may ., Purl Districts. unit of County Tsx Collector : are Bradford's vote was 110'
u. atore elected from said DKtrlala shaU : Dtlat. Drl.goD11o. In Panwsnh 1 of mis' SectIon 14,
come WitltJt Its turns by gOing a erttKieate other taxing tr contesting for the place are: J. for against.
Four Statewide :
office for term of year vote
hold a I
itl-m. tte shall likewise provide for the ., :00 i
Stt. of his wllllnAnews to di wiUs whose taxes bay be
I <
that the LetfKUti'-e! Ijt *' iorld mut"I".hl. Sorn ) Anderson L. M. 1
several! Provided
: the C_. of the Supreme Cvun.BOVV sss County Tax Assossnrpuxvuant rare etis Tdy. rmmrt'n"' and ':'iihr .* Gaines, was likewise negative. i
ss In I: '>, Ilw to alter or .f- < > I o'itr of su taxes Sy .gsCle"r. I p
collected the
'I .prov'da .C.i n,,tre\er ronrrtauWJoa w tbe -. r Draredlng vs Seeuun the frm hereof.The pnragj-sph. ef the ;m.: J. P Roberta, and S. E. Sparks. No.4. providing Increased I

I "f in MS the I Sunta Is reappnrUoned 11 Also before the pay
be for
State I
t > iaU at try legislators ,
jfVNT ncrtourrirxr wri I""*: Leo".r. I"W" thl wi |
tided (0
stir. hive and from .Tie JOUTT n" sr>r ii nON NO: M Dr. Wilson T. Swder State the W
ended by the 4 A JUU4T. KL.-50LUTION Prm o "g an Il o IIU. laws sTMHrtrvlng the J. 1tRSOftIflOit Pope.afni d. much-disputed matter the proved in Bradford 421 to 324.
'<>r stile roads HOU!?B: jorvr n,?. )Mrnp! no Ult Amen: oem to Article VK1 of the C-- isututlou I. tm. t..fterr. ,,,JIHN n Health Officer whittle at the
of >he State sf r,orLU relatIve to .. >nnl" d.te and enmoenaa- Ant,1 v of Etc Constitution was guest speaker light and water and likewise favored in atatewlda i
'l t M the -
.. B
Ji / s- 'O' 1" 11 the .
D.dtheref. A t lion ef T. ef
adding tto rete
a <*jm nt at property #of taxes and she Col..t" d.dl".ldI Ft.rd. aitndrlltlansl at The olant. Ever since It was }
th le ill of j
Amen 'Ini.-it of Section 4. \ noikctfn ."< Uses. by adntng UiRrea adettloiul tHe first p.rsgr.pb S.cl"n. : Mlatlnit I te te slew wll Rotary Club Wednea- Instale voting.
J1 the CaJ.tIll.nn:: of the "do t of WorldareetIng provide for Men for h term of six lID ef theIndie I "everal months It
I wiiiona te ,isrvvlde that tn tIle I Ikewl. t. .euon yesre ago No. 5, for
fey day. revision] I
v.l" ellft 1>111'" of membersof discussing Cancer providing
air to the t'o0r7 e( 5slnt Lucle. State of Florida.Uie "l" rOI."I"" of Ute Court of fleoerd In end for Ford's I '
tn the manner their compensation the subject of and con de of the I'
the teIluire' l.r. HJIs* Asanxof shall Sanaa theprop mont Ieal" by F..bl. (ouny. no., .. Control pro Constitution by the Legts-
this Program and .
n Section other
and r..rnllon.BP. fax Coilsctu.BSXATT highlights
pn ojJvrn nv TTTJ' bate.
'I .'n 18, Article : ir rss)!,.>ifVEn ay THE LEKISLA.TL.Rff : rt) of the County foe the pinsonsof 11{ OP THB STATSOF Residents of the neighborhood lature, was turned down In Brad-i.

., 1044.i lit. Section OF THE: STATS: Of FLORIDA- Mun le\ytsg,," !'.' taxes itate, levies Cotmty.! bv Sehool the RtateCmmty avid. U I. That ArtIcle' V nf the .k'l this of the state health work. complained that It blew to ford 137 to 384 but approved! r

Amendment snCTION 1 to. Section Thnt the 4. Article following 1 in of Ctountv' Nch

    the Constitution of the State ol Florida ':': ; 'Sra-elai' \ nOl NO. HOT reiatlna to the etmllilUty" members ef ts Article VIU of Ia Conititiitlon the eleelon : n Ju4ts ef are Approval
    County Tax CoUeetor shall collect toe ef the State ef Florida : : more Important than Council to
    to andremuneration now eve 268
    '1. the LexlDloture.' their compensation said tee. relJtv. the et Record In sod for resume for No. 6, designed to makelretired
    i Xll ot the hereby affreed, to and to ssnenanisnt of property .ala 1
    la fo
    BB: IT Rxq'MVPWt!: nv rrrr I."GT.I.A.TUIUi County. PIMld.and the 8m. because better health conditions the whistle blowing at 7 a.m.
    >Florida.S shot be s'mHtid! to tMe electors ef LbS the .I.'n of taxes, by adding thereto by ." -, shell he suXmtttiid ta judges eligible for temporary -;
    r LFA7ISLA- State of Florida for ratification er r.. or THE STATE OF FLORIDA addlMons.1' Se"Uon t provide that In the electors t the (Mute ef Florida tor As- generally are causing more people 12 noon 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. service on the bench.
    > FLORIDA That the following Amendment to Ar. tne County of Florida.Lhs State.,
    : lection at the next General Election t. tic I. VIII ef the Constitution of the 9tatof Vol.I.. SI"t tfflratMn 'f retention at the nenerst t to live to the bracket where
    The wide
    ''nt to See- b. I held In November. 1948: that ,la to & County Tax assess the to Sell on th* First Turns. age Council decided that inasmuch voting was also favorable.Nos. I
    Florida relative te the and Dr
    rh,'f. .'. he'ln CantttlO lay Constitution that Section of the 4 State nf Article of Florid III of shall the enn".c'tln!] ef "U tssss in amewment the Coujity ot property levying of Stats.the County County.for the S"ol purposef and mil. / fntlowsSPCTION the" First- Monday In November .' cancer Is more prevalent.The as an election waa t be 7. 8, 9 and 10, seeking to) '

    C) >i f'.: >hol State be sub- be amended and aa amended shan rend Saint thereto Lucia sddltlonsl State sections of Florida to, be by adding krmwaas Municipal County.' taxes levied by tloard SchoolDUtrtrts. State. 48. The Ju.lirs .f the Cmsrtof State Health Officer war held on Nov. 9 to select a mayor, consolidate city and county tax-i, j
    aa IO31OWMSEC'rIOM; and 14. be C"unt .101 Ilsonrd In end for tSosmhte County Introduced by Dr. A. Y. Coving- the will of the Ing
    at 4. L..nlollta. ..ueIifIca.tloe. .. aectien IX Section and the Ihnl Ol'll.. shaut hereafter people would bedetermined agencies In four counties.Were .
    r < in 1948 same la hereby Ted. to and shall be and Mitnlttpalttics ef elected by : ton, director of the Bradford
    > bad snlirFea. et>. Senators and mam- auii-- lied to the lectors of the State! that the County Tax Collector eol-.no q'tallflsrl electors .' : on the matter of the all turned down In Bradford

    I. The Legislature g-0 he H-iw of Hepresentntlveshall of K.. 'l 'la for ratlfleatlon or rejection lent the mold, tsx.rw 011.1 other sleeted fltste for a and term County of six In therexpeetlve at tC Ofrtersl Election to be held on 0
    ir :
    "a by the be duty a"allfled oJertors BY TTfB ticrji'T.A.
    >f each counties. and districts' for the first 1ue. >Kny alter. the first Monday Dint rUf'n.'n Or FLOKlDAt first election for said alrtre shall be No. 11. changing: Eacambia

    I.. :'e use of cosm-tne which they were eheaen. The pay 40f In Nov.-"....... 1940 aa follows: That the THr. ,.STAT.. to Ar. and held "I the n.n".1 l.et.. ke hi keMearh It no 1m- FFA Chairmen Farmers County's Court of Record Judge
    SECTION II. 1. From and after' January UrgedTo
    n the county, members of the Senate and House of tide: VII ef the Constitution of the six (Hi, .
    I.. t-ive been Representative rhall be ten dollars a day 1, 19V). ths County Tax AJUKWSOT State relative %o ttoe ssse_ The first I arm years ol tItemaftar., "e. under Are from appointive t elective status.
    the votes e.. for e-ii-h day of the ....'on. and l I. addition In the Ct'unty of Saint Lucle st ie of mel (and eol:action of all taxes In the slisfl berlin s-i the thsesmendment AppointedThe List AcreagesFarmers .wag in
    o i i ty of the' thereto they shall be paid for eiibR'tence Florida shall assess all property for ail Only of Votllsls" fltrts ot Florby! First deteate the county 177 ''I
    1 t-d electors' not more than seven, dollars and lSI:>t.. County &':1>",,1. an.i MunJci'. thereto addcta4,4.IoYe-iUp50a' TuM." .fo the 11.1 Md.us Jsn- to approved by the stateat .

    fifty cents a day for ..<:1do, of the taxes te be levied Ul the Onmty by Lbs known Sectioni I TBsnd Ssctuin 17.e U.O.. 111. tn meld, Bradford FAA Chapter were again by large.Mr ,
    pat"lp.t."d tension end mileage A .DO! paid to sod State Countv County School! bonrd. > and the snntels I hereby agreed to a. to. whlaeieoeurs held It. j
    I ,l ol.Indebtn from thcur. hbmes to the se....1 of government School D'ltrlcta.' : Sp'vial Tax School Uiatrlt. ihall be sur> 'Itt. tho electors' .nr the First"Monday paid first M January slis IM1.* regular meeting Tuesday County Agent T. K. McClana this f U' ci I

    special by the nearect and mocr prnetleal and MJnirlosl.Uei.t Me state of r.rl, ra-ifientton er rsecttan be titled b Oct. 26, with 34 members week to
    sixxilatment by list their
    The L.g-lstsre l t shall at the Legislative .h..t tae present. expected acreage
    more t.'nnleven at the General election S.
    of beheld
    n. in-a..d rojte at the rose not to ; end eonftrroetlon by : *. C. I :
    w ammdmenlur and one-half eettta per nle for & 9,*0,00, tn 1940 end from time so on the first Tuesday .f.r the tintflondwy ale as heroiofore peoridsi by president explained to the of spring trucks crops In order Knght.. ,
    thin? four round. trips .In snyrcarular tune th-reafter. enact laws to take effect In fol.owsi; :g T ..
    ar the 'I
    more "
    pro- not zrveber. but In IMS rsse for that Buried At ,
    .I. b. sh-ll exceedssed sr'jn! nor for more than, two"" nnly' after eppmval .by the electors of SECTION rrm after Janlary : First Tuesday new members the annual necessary arrangementsmay Crosby
    vai-ie round trips. In any special er sxtrrdInary Mid Ceunty M a referendum eal'cd' for I. late, Con.Tax As.---.or InC : :tn Jsnnsrv. ""tr.I : pro be made with buyers. Jj .

    ; the e.t'y .o. seadou.nouy ." that pnrpoce." specifying the .powerc. functions. I t Co nty .. S",te of /-: '.. ur ef office : any ene gram of work, after which be Edna M. Knight 43 of
    cot for duties sod ersvinaaUon, of CounITTsx ,hall assess alt for State sell : The county agent has received Lawtey.1died
    ,. of ounttrtf suchbr a A..._. fesiaviated. In Parngrapb. I C r )j'ty 1)I .Pr'-:.pat' taxes Pt"te; t offtce fee extilre ths terra appointed the chairman of each' Friday Oct. 29 f'
    inder shall JOPTT F,.- ot.trnr wr tit r>f thin Section 13 anti shall IIIMWUM" pro- I to. be I.v'e. lbs County bv the !tate'ounty. .. Uie Virst en_= several inquires from large buyers morig. .
    J nnln not to A jo.. i i 'I i c-aoN J i.. .11 ride by law soe the extension en. thssevment COn. S"ho Board 8..1Clull ,IC .n.nltV"aI i the of the divisions as follows. wanting to know the In Strke to see a doctor. a"I I
    I of !Ar ': JUof roll ef the County Tax A aeMttr School antc.oatpd Mrs.
    J from the date lament.na-nt of 'ct.on Ip.1 Dutlt ,, Knight has been
    a .I by the Lettsounty the C m'"t' ,I'lwi otthSStCtOOfF' la.relating of eli. tares levied by the State. County : :_ prvl. & Concituttsm Supervised Farming. Seeber acreage of cabbage a rs.}r
    I County School Bosrd.afmool Olsrnets.Soeclal 2. The rttsll me .awll I a Oealsd. dent of Lawtey for the .
    of his voted to the Amendment. ef said Con'eii'rr las School Districts and atunlaxIpallTlm _1laltr' sad at from the time Leglestlve le- M ap- Doyle Andrews; Cooperative Ac- county. "I have also received past lxlfi. I
    "T such ftf bondsDsyment the "' wnt.vro BY '""' L1I'nl'LA. 1/ne _.. ..,. enact laws specifying the isrsunto ssl mr hand WHKRKOf end srn_I hsrasl tvtle: Rodney Hall; Community some inquiries concerning the In- year and an employe ofi i j

    nd the prlnripmliisn TUllE OF THIP T\TI "11' I't OR''A: SECTION: 14 1. From and alter Jsnusry power.. furwtwrvs. .. .. and evroenssloti (treat Seal of the It it. of riorlds M TsZthssa. Service Carl D&mere book store during the 1. I
    a.. .0 C: C".f ; Leader acreage of spring cucum ,t' .
    beeume duel That the fr"I '''nf '-" "ent ofrWctlon I IK the 'v Tas ef County Tax A... 'f* vnsts ... th* C.Dltsl., Mils the tat eS Edwarw tende
    r. 0 I ?rt tax. I of AM'cle' XVfl of the Con- the County of Saint Lude. 9ets mf hi PsrssrraDK I ef Vvetlon 'It. and At A. D.. W. R. A. day. 1 ship, Harold Norm Earning bn. Mr. McClane said. yar. She the widow' ''I I
    "l Qth toraut eo- ututwti at the State erf Florida relatla Flerlde. ebail solisss ail tssss tevssd as sUl kUtevlse, aswvUa) ksw lee she 'and Savings, Vernon s. Lawtey taner.l>2 ft
    -. In I Conduct of Crosby; Grower are urged to list their who died seven weeks -vT. ..I

    Meetnga. Clinton Nor- acreage of cabbage and springTcsjciauieai I ag.

    A' I man, ,. Hap" r-_...,.. ''VA__ .__ _. .Lo o. Fnerl lrc. helt atrUK3 J
    _. u-r. ''' eiuier at me .
    --" "' C'Ufltyagent's
    Raymond .bom_Oct. 26. four great-grandchildren, all of Mrs. R. J. Davis 'and Mrs. Recreation, Marklee In Crosby /
    ..e Of Inal'rijreseni.R Bruce, Two Homes Moved I Bert .NonanHutg office In the courthouse Le j ;!
    the Cemeter Tuesday morning
    Lakeland. A niece Mrs. A. \V. Simmons. 11
    Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jones or with R. B. Alvarez, .1
    11 To Lake Street o'clok with Re,'. O. .V. Lee of
    Anderson resides here.
    annouces the folowg EllaJid of Keystone Heights a son, Season of the State Farmers Market Inorder Lawtey "J 3

    Snp'f1 have jine"> CrP.UnJ : Andrew Dennis, born Oct. 21. Tea Today For to arrive at a definite minImum officiating. Arrangenwnts -., ,.
    Bur U Permit have recently been 24 were in charge of DeWltt j .,
    T. Llbby."PPlv I Dubose L Courthouse Offices On. to give buyers arelntereeted
    Mr. and Mrs. Clayton homes wh Jones. !
    8hul. Farm Home Auto sued for moving two Junior Club MembersMembers I c

    Shephfrd'. & of Lake Butler a son, Roger nearby communities to Starke. To Close Sat. Noon Hunting season for quail and In coming t Brcor i i

    End Grer.Rd Darby Sr4t I Eugene, born Oct. 28 J. K Dugl. has moved h of the Womans Cub squirrel In this district opens County this winter and arg. Cane Available] ] : :

    1* Starke Buidrs Supply. :Mr. and Mrs. Orien Reddish, Jr. home trm Brker to property Returning to a previous calm of Starke will b hostesses frm Wednesday, Nov. 24, and closes New "1;

    Aufn Foutai Plans are of Ralford, a son, Jerry %.ynn, on Lake St. and one generally obsere t until 8:30: afternoon (Friday "eb. 1. Hunting season for dove A&P Manager Today-Friday. Nov. 5-U the f i

    fPPiIMn, a local Credit born Oct. 29. Tomas E. Lewis move throughout th SUte, County ) honoring members of the does not open until Dec. 18 and Ernest last day that growers can obtain: '.!14

    11 Bureau. Raymond states Mr. and Mrs. John William his from the country courthouse Wl close each Saturday Junior Woman'a Club. It is desired closes Jan. 31. County Judge E. Murphrey Is. the new Improved sugar cane at the Flori .. itl

    t should b Organized I Caynoe of Lawtey. a s. Gary property at the corner of Lake at non, beginning this Satur. that all members of both K. Ferryman reports that the He manager was at the local A A P Store. da Experiment Station In Gmlnesvllle. :

    We Il. wtt.a Solomon, born Oct. 28. 1 land 11th Streets. day. Nov. 6. organizations attend. sale >of licenses Is slow, 8 far of the formerly store. assistant manager ,I stalk. and The most price L It one Is Fla.cent 763 per.\ 1,


    .. un: Ir.IGITT f'H"nF'mn f'nfTIVTV TF.I.'OR'PIf. T UtKF.. FLORin."

    "'I.."H. __
    -- --- '.

    Methodist Men the year were el..cted: :reach. interest and zeal In the fad that Idl
    Fillyaw Injured I I ('I'. C. S. Partin; prI'8hJt'nt. C..n. It Is a. TAX AND DEBT FREE ('h nKlng of fhh. f 1 say No: __ IIntlt'1' .that tltI... on... one ---=
    treated Enjoy Supper N worlhy; vice.presld.'nt. T.H. CITY. and lhe pOllsibUtties of this "'e m..t not. If "" are to hav.. "h4"n )'011 cll'an arollntl your II ::: 111 try to hafI'
    Herbert Fillyaw was non't talte drink
    Slade; end secretary. HE'rbertDeal. flct are the best advertlst'mentto an An..rWa.Y1II'h I. to 8Ia)' home a bIt. start In th.. n..llthborhood. a Ju"t 'If'N1U""
    (01' d'ep lacel'atlons on Imee eaps 'At Parsonage John dot'll or e"'IJI"t'ts"' you to d '
    the people of Florida and thtreRt Am..rh'an. the to"n. County, Stah'. () I't

    and hands as the result of a mo.torcy Rev. and Mrs. J. R. nm enter. I II After a delicIous hamburger at thl! world that any city Are w.. to let the )'ollng IN'' plewi :s alton. "'e ran rid our hOlD"" 110, h11 rt' II't you more In the I : '
    lonK nln It ,,
    )'OU retu ", It. '' NOlh..
    1e accjd'nt near Lake But. cooked on the grill and ot our country can boast.I nf rat... but It Ullnlt'l ar"'t kf'pt 'ollr \"T'fp'
    supper 0\'f'1' the laand 1M" COni'munlN.l1l '
    tah1ed Thursday evening of laRt tallght bdy 1M th. Tt'mple of thfl nd..rKIII(,
    '1 "
    leI MoncL1y night. It Is reported I I. pnpared by Herbert D.-al. a have bl'en a citizen. voter.Rnd by pr..fl..nt. TeB'her. .. th4"Y11I roID" bal'k. I..t'll N..lrtt. and mll..t not be lIoly II nder t h. ,_.""",
    'dt> .
    t'lat Flllyaw co11lded with a pedI'trhn. I week with an slipper social hour was enjoyed. Mrs. I property owner in StarkeRlnce I who .lIp in the ..Itfod" tel\'hlng run thl" Rat.. out Bnd kV our cIgar... ClgaretteR.! fI1ell''with C'1'.1',JI' 11lb.Moto. .

    Seymour Stokes. who reo party in honor of the Men's Bible i Hili was assisted In st'r\'ing byI 1929. and owned and opel"ated alone "lIh the right tt'I\'hblg'. Country rlc'an 110 that they wln't hol. Be temperate In all 01' ale'a.1 Inl"nd., r"l.rlr. MIall4 .

    !!'h'ed two broken If'gs and wall CIIIBS of the Method.st! Church.At I Mrs. 1.. D, Vining and Mrs. Her. a bUllnf'ss! for 12 years th... R8rlt't thl't'a.tl rtmR throllghthfl want tn COOlf' bark. ....t.1I k pour "I..rk nam ,..Iot"flUtiliou. .

    hospitalized In Lake City. thIs gathering offIcers forI bt>rt Deal.ThOlle known as the Temple Garag( 1'0'-' of ISrlti.h shIp... unnotJ rat trap of Patrloth.m balttII"Uh .. this the Am..rlca our .'ore. I I fU"d" COunt.f h) 11'10 I.,,

    enjoyIng thlR lovely af.tall' on Temple Ave.. and was emI r Are "e to l4"t thf' Blue Lo'arty to our Country. latht'rll made' It can be It only "lark"O..or.FIR. 11 Ii .

    were O. W. White. L. D.Vining. I played by the U. S. Government of our .'Iag, "hieh .t8oRl11I for ')(('11) our moral" "I' to a .. ', .T.,

    T. H. Slade. E. T. Shull.A. until recently.Ince l..oyalty. IUId the "'hlt". "hl'hIItanllll arel that Cannot! be qUt'Ntlon.....

    D. Martin, Nelson Green, Herbert Stal'ke III located in the lor purity, be talu from '
    SP AL n "t ... .
    I I hoor.&u'H! th. "un. arl: wea." 'I
    s\\ Deal. C. S. Partin. C. H.Nasworthy. midst of a number of hlgh.way.-. Otll' Flair. and 14"\'e the Rtod naif pradl'a1ly nolJllng on the IItrt'et.is HIGHEST CASH PRICES

    W 1.. W, .
    B. Sewell. and other transportation and ha>!' 01 COII1munl..m to wave 0\1' our
    Ioch. S. John". J. n. Dr-"'. .. -.- .-. ..... -....--...-- 1__. ._1_ .. ... __, ... .. I J that. .110)' exewoe '''1' ,you to .do I

    .,.. n.__..__ ....L_ ........_ ..
    "'U .,UIII''UII. "" "HI "' ''''''-,

    159 UCU<<.;tcy DEI.IVE'RFORMERI.Y Beasley. and O. S. NewcombMrs. I


    TRmAY.. ___

    Irish POTATOES, 10 lb. : 3ge Hoste s Monday to gather and they succeeded InmovlnK building .was complete loss. Dam.d Court and cau.e wh..r.ln -.' v4VII[& ,

    I of I la'ntltt ......k. divorce. 11 U 111. I'r
    some the furniture Bradford
    Mrs. W, 1.. Andrews. lead LawteyBy The J. T. Prevatt tamlly recently ounty Telegraph .hall publlah (;010'1'-' (0111 r. \

    Jim Dandy GRITSS lb. 35-: Circle 'Two of fro mthe first nool' and to keep moved to Starke. They Ord... In n..xt tou.. w..ekly '88U.thla.... Job CEil r.Hal' 10'1.011111\\,
    the Baptist the fIre from Wltne..." my hand and IIh..
    spreading to other otflclal .,
    L. '.. Fa.... !lave IJved in La tey tor several at Stark. VB. Air"" II J.
    MEA L Sib. .. 32e entertained the Social and FI buildings. years. 20. U48.OFJ Florida. this Octob..r CaBe ro;, 1.<..E.on hlve :'!).

    Committee at her home rece This ( <'JCJAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas olln"'H IIII'
    IANJ\IARK; was one of the oJdest ... A11: ); Pl'IILIC
    Bt'RSS: and Mrs. L. H. Futch were A. Clerk ot aald Court. l111"CE TO

    BANANAS, .2 lb. . . 15e Attractive an'llngement. The home of 1\11', and 1\lrs. Leo belng'bullt and largest homes in Lawtey. vielUng relatives in Greensboro John. J. Henderson.y Hav..n Eaq.C"osby. St. D. C. Alma RTTf 11..1.:. 8hll.OF FLoa AP
    red dahlias and by a Mr. Batley when last tin. AUlrua. d..nce Ib ''', -b,.
    potted p'w L. Stahlar burned to the ground Saturday and Sunday.Dr. Florida. ''lr.I.,.,
    100 IN Lawtey was a young town, Later Atty.. tor Fit. .nox re usec1 _to advantage thro Tuesday afternoon. Oct. 19.. The Dr. G, W. Brown bought the Shuler Peele. District Superintendent. 11.12 Nov Ynu in' tJ

    Fancy NAPKINS, 17x17 8ge out the home for the occaNovember. orIgin of the fire Is not known, and It was known as the place Dr. held a hort conference .:V', ('.II.T ('OI'II'r. 11I1.Un'olln name,1 ; : :

    but it Is supposed to have started Brown wIth otflcers of the Meth.odlst COtIN''Y. FLOUIDAi: CIIA\: Ph.lnllr, .1 :au",
    bE'ing the monU home; The Stahlars bought CERV.'Valle.. Cou Ii .rll.

    BREEZE Soap Powder 2 for 3ge Circle Two duties at the chI 'trom sparks trom a chimney. tailIng the !lame several montha ? Church laRt Monday evening. .. .. Allen Dicken". Jr.. Plaintiff. Orl.n.( ) baU Pat
    ag .
    on a hingle roof. There ,was I After the busIness meeting the v. Erneatln. Mcl\lanu" DIcken". Oe.. Wit, "k"
    plans were made for the ro' Brown who !lad moved tendllllt. Cu..e No. 8901. II Ind.ff
    Chop Suey Sauce 6 bottle '15cCastleberrie hood supper. nowers ror n one at home at the time of I to Starke. \Vl\IF went to Starke for a bus.iness Ollllon: OF "VIIL.CAT.O'V1) n .' 'J Ibl..
    oz. the tire except Mrs. Stahlal' of ,\:\ O''ICI'1 '.'0 AP"'n (OFI"
    church and. other duties. her .and The Stahlars have gone to meeting the Garfleli .,. A 'r.J 0... ...OIlIU.fUI !' ... J

    Members of the omrnltteeMrs. .mothel'. ,Jacksonville to make tlrelr home Evans SubDistrict.Mr. EI'n..tJ"e I\fcMnnlls Dicken... whoN" J J'' ",
    Sauce, 6 oz. bottle 15e O. V. LeI'. one of the sChool tor the and 1\Irs, H. J. Cox and I".t kllown re..ldence al1(1 ' G. R: Mathewa. Mrs. VCavan. bus present. ,. 131N.\ Moo".. t>t.. tlnnford. sorth'Cnrolilla AUy' rk,
    drivel's. dIscovered Dinklnll
    the. roof of
    Jacksonville '

    ,} Derby Steak Sauce, 8 oz. bottle 12cj" Jra.. Mn.U.Cn.p, WII 1Ia.m aMrs. .. on fll'l' when he turned in at the by Another fire Sunday home nlg1lt was when destroyed the spent Sunday. at the home of11'11. No"e.be Yo..' are:,. r"<1I1I..o.
    school to take hIs lORd of chil.d"en C. D. O'Neil home two miles :\ Cox's parents. 1\1'. and Mrs, named Court%2nd,and J918,c..use In the wher..ln above ((''It:I "'.1 .
    west 1:11JJ \
    j" JEWEL Shortening, 4 lb. 1.30 homc at about 2:4:5.: He gave of L wt y burned. Mr. and 1\Irs. I Paul DInkins. plullltiff .eek... dlvor..... Uradtord ,, ,
    UDC To Meet the alarm and hastened to the 'ounty Tel..graph shall pllbll..h. thl.. d,''')
    J O'N'II were In MIami where MI'. Order In nexl four w"ekly CII... )>;
    fire but Wall IInable to put the O'Neil \Vltn"",, my hanll and .
    Rib Chuck STEAK. Ib 49c Is I 1111
    or The W. T. W eks employed. The cause lit
    Chspte tire out. OthE'r neighbor" began \ ('IIU'.I'I' ('01.11'/'. \u.'olln Florida.. thl... 88U.II'j 11.H'I' .
    the United Daughters of the \ of the fire Is not known. Thl! {'OC "' ." ....OIIf..1 ." ('U10' 20. 194M.OFI"JUIA'4. I
    I C'JY.: ( SEA L) A. J. AUd,'
    ! F"pslt PORK. any part.lb 4ge tederacy wUl be entertained -- --- ---- --- :
    .' MrR. O. 1.. easley and MI"W. Mlkln kn. I."tend.ut, {'....e No. U U4. .John .r. By Haven Crosby.. D. C. y.."

    ;' .' Streak 0' Lean Bacon (White) Ib 42ci KincaId at thl'lr home C LA sUsijE )) / .OIlU.:1I\ '10 U. ''IoO'I'U'.J: OF 1'1.111.1'I'IO'V'1'0 .'''''101'1& .I .., .1o'lorllla.lIenlerson.. Es.... tit. Aull'u"tin. 'IIIn"Nuve"..,. I'

    , on M .' Atty. to. Flf.
    Walnut Street Wt'dne, 1' \ : 0. F'.OIIfU 4t 11.12 plulnlll''
    __.__ \ fu''
    n ____ ___ I..rv MlklnkR_ ... .. __ ._ ,
    ; .... .hn. .n ''''' ('ounl' I IOr.I.1'
    Nov, 3 at 3:30: o'clock. .. : : on ." ('Uu..r (
    11 r- j .) ir.-'t-a; : ic ;;'J'I =I Iturnla ,01'1\1'. 1IIUI'Olin1' ,
    .. 'bl'f.Lrifz :Rfo I. ( .. Orad.'nil' "l ''''-';' '-, "
    i t- llImp Tru..l. Ft.Ollln\1 _
    - --- All n1cmbers are ul'ged ""OTT.\a.s : 10 ( 11"Y \" WI"at
    FOR '
    1 II I nM'. Ch'arlnor_ C..rl 1I0rt"n. n"-IT: Klnlf l..y I ( .:
    J.ak. .. Tou' are .
    re"ulr..d HIIII
    to j
    present, K'a. Cooklnll' and app..ar on r
    1'r'IC'klnle & Ex..avatlng. 2 ..1"'lrlc r..frlll'"r"lor.... h..tlng. S..v..mber 22nd. J9U. ''n the abov.. 'Vayne Slmmon8.' Plain tift. v... DoriN, 13. 191'OI
    In' M. of "tarke, Ht. 100 tip 115Jt.S'I' n..on..bl.. Frank I.. SImmo"... Detendanl.
    ...o;,. ,;....::;..;;;..;o, 'rat"N.... C. Wuot..n, 'Klnsaley plalntift n..m..d Court... and caus" wh..r"ln :- 8N18. Ca.e10. ( I"I"1" \ 1 ..11'1
    .k. or wrll.. .ekll dlvoN'e. Drnllf..... .
    Lawt..y. "'Ia. :. I
    I WSCS To Meet J'rlvate : a.rm. apt.. all rurn __. 2IP ('ounty T.'ell'ral' >h "hall publl..h th.. AND OHDF.lt OF PlfRr.J\TI01\l __ BJ Ila,.,
    hath anti "nlrance. It"R.eonable Or".r In next fnur w""kly INllu"... NOTICF. TO API'FA/C Jbhn .1. II _
    rent to r''I.I.. or % Jrlrl.. f'nlt nE-IT' Wltnell" S TAT I': 0 (0' fo'LoRIDA to, u.tln... .' ,
    2-ro,, hltlld 1
    ", and my .n,1 offlr'al..al' I ',
    ClrclNI b..th no..l. .
    of the MethodiRt f"r compRny. 1102 I./tfny..tt. !4t.. bin.. c. at "'tark.. F..nkle Rlmmnn... who..e ... AUYR "
    f AI"n .abln.. wlthollt Flor'da.' thl... UClob". ... re. f. I''
    I will hold their Irro. ";rr<.1 Alvar.... lip ".'. __".,.. ._._."._.n".. .. balh. ,n.. Id"n. I. unkftn.un.I
    program and -- mUe ..outh hf : Your.'j.. i; 'd
    :-Itark... Hout.. 100. ii.'iF.. :\L !'!F.\T.) A. to app..ar on I\; { IIII'III'
    clal meetings Monday aftenat Fon :..I.\L.:: 600 Ih.r'"l'hbr..d N..w T"url..1 Court. Phon.. 11 Plnehur"l A.. Chork of ..1'lho"n..I Nov..nh..r 8. 1948. In Ih" ahov.. ('01'10' 1'\ .
    3 o'clock.M'rs lI..mp hlr.. r..d IH.II..h. 3 monlh.. 31p 11.1\ rlns 1.1. By Ha v..n C..o..by: D. U. nllme.1 Court.. ..nr'! ..1111..... wher..ln. ('.::11JII'ly\-,
    nld. will ho r..a y w."k 'nt Ocl. n..y Seld..n ,D..ytona Deach, Florid". plain tift ..k. dlvort.... Br..dfn.." '1' ,
    Herbert Deal and 25 Ihrll 30. .\ fr.... co'kr..1 wllh Ally... for I'lf. 4t 11.12 Co..nty. 'I'.I"leraph "halt publlph this 1'111"110.1..
    a. S. Newcomb will ..ach 25 pllr"ha...... ,50 ..a"h II.. OT.( .: Ord..r In n..xt four w..ekly ,...u... L'II..... )>;..
    en tel while Ih..y 1..1. IIrlng y'ur O"I" ""r. to vl,1t lI'r.U'L.I', (,,1"0_ ." ('lJu'.r ('o.'I\'r. H""nFOnn I "'Itne.... my hand and offll" '" 111111.11' .... I"

    Circle One In the educatlmildlng. H..m..mh..r. "11''''' Rr" ....lIlne Allc IIn 1':11": ...:a..ln.... ...IhlN. we..k. W.. h..ve a ('OI''I'Y.' FLOH.n.\1 ''11 (.'11.11_ ..e..' "t. Starke. F'"rlda. thl.. October ,\ '10" ""I'U ., .to HI.II'I UPR
    .. do.. Plall..t.. will 1/1" In Jan. OF n''U''. 8 for c.atY.H..nry. 8. 194M.COfo'f'JeIAT. Jj '1' '1' t: It t. .
    H. .\, 'V..k... )I..roc.. Bldg.. Mrs. Carl Johns wHl be hot lMh '" Ch.rry 141... 2t10.22 )rerc f a ,\ ('Ierk of "..Id Court. .1"II'e ,. ,k w, 0'
    ;{D.r : ; ;Hi : .: 'II8m. i I
    ) You
    .0 Circle Two at her horn.Jouth Custom Tractor h ,: .. ;; .r.'I.: n"" ,lIlrlll p
    FOrt flALF.: (In.. Peny..n t'/lr top boal Work ":\inOTICFJ! TO "PPFJ"R ( gl. A If II P_ XOV.lol"" _2nl., 1918,
    Water St.WCTU 12 f..1 Inn 11'. wII"h" R5 pOllnd". Plowlnr JlII.klnel'E'aklnR' !II 'I' _, '1'.1 0 F FLo.tln.tu Ilnft. Flo"'dlAlty" \.. nllm..d Jr' Rnd 10 II

    PUf."f. '1110.. E..I..rn Auto SuPplv. New ',and Aim.. l\1..rcl..r, who.... ..."Id..n.... la: tur Plf-,- :' 10.8 4t. 1029,1'i" r.1/"ntl/ I divorce'jU""
    MUrk. 11FnR 10 1'.al"l .:sP<<'rlen'e clo 1\11.... D. Rarnar", 41 B..dtDrd .l : \
    '", Delegates Writ.> O.r' See SI.. Jlllrtford. Conn."tlcut: ... ( ...C1..T <'01'1\1'. nn"IIFO"1IF..O..A' ('ollilly T..h''l'aph .haU pab
    MAL.:: "' 1."lnnary Yo.. CIr".r ,
    .Irawberry are r..qulred to app..ar :\ .' Ir "xl 10llr ,.
    on "
    11 '
    CH" .kiT
    .ww, Attend "lanU. Arkan.a. .tock. 80ld b" A. I.. Kahr, Jr. November Undo 1948. In the abov.. CF."Y 'Vltn..... m hand and ,n
    Convention I he thou..and or by Ihe b..d. F. K\RLF.TON nam..d Courl and ... .. I at !'Iark. '
    call. .h..r..ln D..n Edward F''rtda.
    FIoRIDA Ibl.
    I Clark. ..
    Flum. Mlark.. _1tF plaintiff ......k. dlvnf(''' '" car... CUNtody Maude "'ard Clark. PI..lntlff. v. I 20. 19U.

    Four offIcers at the .... ( :' .r o K IXOMLf V I.A K.:: Lar.... hou..... & control of th.. Ihr..e ...hlldr..n. N". 8814. nef..ndanl, Ca..e (OFFIL'IAI.! [ ., A J
    .' : nJIE;:.:; ..2.. :: : t hot & rold rllnnlng Bradford AI C/"rk./ "
    U It's A Fact '1cott WCTU. one honorary m Ra" Move '" h."I..r.h ..I..trlo r... "" .. '" but..ne "ooklng water.IItoV""how..r.. By Orrl.Counly... In Tel.ltraph n..xt ..hall publl..h thl. JiN: "oT EPll LJf: :ll t"- John .r. Ji""d".on B" Haven er"l

    )er. on. Youth Temperance CI frlll'erainr. ..II ulilltl"l1 fllrnl..h..d. w..k. mnnlh or Re..on. Phon.. 'Vltn...." Itand four w..kly 1..lIu.... S TAT I': 0 F .'LOJUDA to: tine. Florldll. E.q. St
    and .
    I1, member. and Mr .1. L. Simmon". 214 W. Madl"on sn-w, Oaln..vlll... 2tp 1022BA my offlclal..eal Maude. Ward Clark.. whoa
    one visitor f "I !'t..rk. Florida. Ihl8 Octob..r tlen"e Attys. tor I'U
    Clean I and addr..a.. r..ltl'j
    Laot HI. la..t
    Cptheo LonKerf. lip .
    15. 1048.COF
    11/ here attended the scat. CJentlon BV SJTTER HOllte 2. Box 152,
    : Will Eftlngham
    car. tor '
    / chlldr..n 'IC'AI. !:EAI.) A. J. Carolina \OTIlE
    In Daytona on Wed flA/CADI': APAHTIEST: .ultabl. In my hom.. durlnK' Ihe .. : Ethcllve .,
    All .
    "" CI..rk of a of
    .Id {'ourt. You Ihlt dal
    f"r "uple. fla" ,,, Bile home, are r..qulr..d ..
    To get maximum jay of last week.Starke' ulpm..nt.. "IIIly Inlt". r""p..ct..bl.. IIur""nl. By Haven (" ..o.by. D. C. Novemb..r 8, south// 211h. 194 I "Ill nol I...".
    wear .out of your clothes :.I1..rke nry CI..ant'r.. phon.. It n..onabl.. rat. ... 823 N. nay S..I".n ,D..ytona B..ach. Florida. nl m"d J948. In the tor any rI..blt Ilicurr.d b,

    let UII dry clean them regularly. Our thorough. Y. T. C. member. J .'('H HAL.;: a I"t" In "In..hllnt I Walnllt St. lip Atty.. to.. Plf. 4t 11.13 plalntltf Cuurt.......k.. and dh'or..au...."e. .. p..r..on 4t 011 III) ",'count.

    f. ,yet gentle, cleaning restores the orlltinal Edna Noegel. had the honor ..ubdlvt..lJn. /<.... M. C. '..110,; Ph. SEWLV REDECORATED 2-room .'11 ('.n"I..r ...OI..T.- DItAnFORn or C'ounty. Telegraph ..hall publl.h thl.. 11-19 () 11'1on /...
    ) newness. Our (len-Ice I fast, our work IsI being on the program for. It .turnl..hed..p..r..l.. apartm..nt entranc... with R..onably bath '" <('CH' '.''Y. F..OH.n"11. : CIIAN'F.RY. -. l n nx,.; fi::: dW: IY ; r .I A'10 II U.II::\It'l'II.Itt. :PI'1'0 HI.II APP"I

    ; dependable. and our prices are rJasonable. TempE-rance solo. "The Writ:: + I, ,,: :;:n FIJ :;'':.lla'J : e :: priced. F. A. Soottr 806 Tempi... 11. N"III.. Jam..", Plaintiff. v.. navld .e..1 "I Stark. FI" 'lda. Ihlll O"tob..r1b TO: Wlllllln. II. ....Rhl..ot
    I. ..
    on the Wall", and an origin J..", _. ,. .r..nrlAnl.I.... Nn. 8904. h Id..nce :-11111.. ,f Indl'M
    Cal! .us at 135 TODA Yf H. Johnny Cbllrlr".... at l'arp"nler' FOR ,! E: In.. I onll.. 1t 0... PI'III..C'' 'T.O'V t iAr., SE.. ,..L)..._.._'_\.. J. Thoma... i You ar.. h, ",,,"ofI'
    I, :o ? ..epeech. "Keep Amemencan" OruK t'tor.'! ., It p .... nor ".!.ronn..vrol"l_J048 N".h'1'rll..k and, ._".,.h. .'.._.'.1.1.___..'u..: TO_ AP"..}"" AM Hy (fllIv..n'I"'k u_ -_ "__ .._... vu. .. I'' petition hRI ;, ...: riii; icu

    1 MAINTtI': 'ro !'1''I'I'I O H. Prl..d. to N..II. Slarie (Ja.. Co If II ., 'I' ..: () .. .....011111 \ ."1 Jnhn .T. H..nl..raon CrONby. D. C, It 1'011 rl E,,
    lli.vlI J..m ... F.'I,. SI. A u"a_ 1..lal CI'ul' .,
    I The II. "Wlft. 1100,1 op..nlng. 11..11. I who. r".ld..n'e I."nknown I. t In.. Florida. md 10"
    newly-elected State we ,
    "..lIv"r Jawleh..h Prorl'I,, In 'OIL1.1.1'; OH Hr'ST: II-room hou.... : AltYN. for J'lf. I Cnunly. I"" 'h... .r) la n
    PIIO-JE I:1Sj : President I. 1\11'a. D. J. MuonOrlando. I'nlon Ct."nty. 1600 famillu. Pro.Iuct. In ""n'Pln". rurnl..hpd nr IInfurn_ YOII ..r.. r"1II Ir".! tn app..ar on 10.8 4t 10290'l'1 Illln "aue. "111111",1" ''I Rt: lI
    I .. '''hed; 1.cre .. Nov..mb..r 22nd. In I Rellh"r.! /' ,, .. .'
    RORT. .olr! 25 y..an. V..r armlndt..a'ly I" p..an Itrov. S..e W. 1948. the .bove ( .: 0.' IIPF.(" ,., "
    j Andrew... 1i12 'V. n"n"HI COllrl an,1 F.LF.CT.O'V Jr. B".b 1..1 ) r. Bill'tltIon.
    .. I\lalllNDn caU8e wh..r.ln I. "
    r work I.
    I..r"e profit. Write I..vy
    ::11. Hawl..I"h'.. ;nepl, Stark... 2tp 10-29 plain tift Neek.. dlvor..... Bradford of SllIrk... A. Canova. A f'AJ2701318"I"ml.hh. lo'lorlda. .
    I d fl.nlY Telegraph ..h..11 by virtue of th. I>"th n..uhh I'
    \ publl"h thiN
    9fIetA ; P'rI
    rmEEN. W T..nn.
    NOTICE 3t':2t',1t ? OrI..r authority v..I..d 'n m.. by .
    9h'n IJ In n"" fOllr w..eklY. IN..a. h..reby law. do tolluwllI'" ., 1\ propol'at"
    .d "; fcmple III'ST: : e"mt..rla"I... '"-'---'-------'" 'Vltn.."" my hand ..nd offl"I..1 "eal h hl ..t ('all. ap..clal ..Iectlon to b" In II ra tI!, rd .mntT F
    ''Ow... .: J. I.. (Sam) .\NDF.RSON nt h.w.... floo... apRrlm..nt. AlrrF.roony.. H. nl !'tltrke. Florida. Ihl. O..tober lown by th. Ihe City Hall In the afor..ald. The F.a'i IIn ""11 IR '
    111 .\ve. FOR MAVOR OF STARKE ( Lon.. 403 N. Walnut. ttp ConR US. 21. 194A.OFI"II'JI.. TII..NllilY.. Nov..mb.Q1lallfl..d... v"t. .. on. t'oUlh'! W,.., ."art.r 10th.
    ( O. 1048. f". ..
    r FlEAr.) A. J. 'I'homnN .... th. North F.n" "' I"""
    I' BAHlS O. ClTIZENSIII.... "'''l'Nt" Un. 1.I"ce ot currency ne.... P. OW LL A" CI..rk of ....Id Court. ofrlc..r 1".1"' : ot f'l..ctlnlth.' .. rollowlnle ..nd Ih''.... la I!
    HONEHTY A.'lJ O DUTY I.Rnk bulldlnle. Own..r may "Ialm By Hav..n Cro.by. D. C'. We.t (SW'' ,I ItFo..t
    . ?, ..''u.... III"ld"nWflcatJon at T.le1C1'lIph Spl..llualt..t. ?'ach H. HOUKh,". 605-501 Lynch On. """ 0. ..n. F. '
    t STARKE. FI4A. III candlcS'- (new.Iaper) office. ltp1.HOol 1f'CJlllm HulIlInK. J"rl<"onvlll... Florida. I..) ... lIar..1- t'.1'('. ''''''' tt'.m of NO"lh .:eu> jIlRrt.rrSR"tI
    announ tng my & lIealerI AUys. fo. Plf. 4t 11.12 nnllcn..llell..dl1" 0 n ::15. '1' oUI!

    for Mayor of. Starke I wish .. lluji: \HALf) or will .\ .. '1..11.... Itr 22 E..t. I'olnln, to"
    _r"t In ..,o.n..II>I. p..rly. Oa. Tln.I. YOm ." ( .11.1. ('OL.. .. .In \n.'o"l1"U"'I" ... D. II.., fla.. .. d..f..mln'. '..,. ..h.fhI. -:i C2 -
    convey to the citizen. and qu cook Ittov" & "fluce h..at..rlt. Alltnmlllln '. .'I.Oltln.\c 1'10' (.'11 ,:\_ .It,. ..',..1" 111.1. fll.... .''ornnl nil oun": 1 .Hor. ..,
    --- --- -- P'.nf .. .
    -- -- -- Stah ( (:ItY.oJ"lIe"t. I. .111 It. "onllIlU"" '' .... .,
    -- fled voters of Starke that I.partlcullirly hot wl\t..r he..t..r Inclultd. .t County Lil'enRe"I ..1111' I. b "ppm btCI..rk
    -' ": f"'I-ln nl..e C. t.ow... Pll1nltlff. VN. lIel..n .. or t h tb.of .
    lrlC" y"rd. I..wn.i I I'I'In81e..lor. .r
    intereeted in this c.. t., JInx 311. UOllt.. 2. 8t J. Low... 1>..f..nl..nl. 1'...... N... 8N9>> of .aid ..Iectlon: n. F. Doc..mh. '118 aad t tcau.e
    GENUINE F RD BAITERIEs and all services that the d.\\i, : \f.' ;; rr:, n Slarrl':; I 480ST.RI'f 'U"II. 1t 0.' PVIII.I.\T.O'V R : :' 'I', H. 'WIIII..m" ..nd.B. 'U. wh' tIb"
    :, FLOltiOA .\:\ 'IIO'I'U'I'} '1'01'1'1' In A'rant'llIT ;
    I dads !lav worked hard for f fIt J" "" H"Hronm; ; hoult.. M '1' ., '1' .1 0.' ....UIII" \ fe"'j, "ub..erl"I".tlmony" wh..reof. I her..lln 10 I IS OHIIt"I" ( I IIb.

    ve finally mac1e them real.I lohed at Klnll.l"y rurn'l lIIjhway 201)t H..I..n .1. I.uw... who.." r..ld..nc" I.. ",,,,I ..f t h.my. nllln" an,1 caUN.. th.. .. puhll"h .1 f".
    ,1.1..... h..". u1, cook North Of Starke 66 HOI"h O"for.Ilr..t.\ : X"w {urk. tltll.. town 10 b.. her... onn''IIII lito I In"vNI'JlI"
    wleh that everyone in i III hUllar."m. 2 .I.r..lled t N"w Yurk: ,I It. t..r.arfh..I.A. II. Ihl.. the 61h day of. ;, ,.
    <1011"1<. garlllCe. 1'rlvat.. Yu" ..re ""IIlr.." to apl"r on 1048. tlnn In IIThl.
    own Starke would ,
    $4 Allowance take m. .."nl\ble. t',11 S.arke 103. IIO""h"1 '':-''-'---'---'-'-'-..' Sovemb..r 22nd. 1915. In Ih.. ul> (OF .'1,1\1.J..Vy \Sr. """vn, A<.tlng'Jra'ol' .. 2 ,' 1g 1-
    "''uned l'ourt anI ('''"He .. AI.)
    1.'tI" 'II';)>;'/': 2 or room b'OH HF.'r .",,""'rn 1I1'lIrl""t... I'lalnllfr ....pk.. d\vor..o.\ .. uv// ;:llinI..rl: J.l1n". City .I ;\I ,dt,.
    .... III r..nt (u'nl.h.,1 .... :J &. 4 rou"", )>;1..ly fUl'nl..h..d. ..unty T..lplI'rnl.h ..h..11 ,u.bll..h Clerlt'l Iy. PI. "iIt ..
    '-h..1. I.I"ht.. nnl ,ullfllrn-I u.\v "le.lrll! rllnf"11'; ''. ''I "' In n..xt ror ,
    ON YOUR OLD ATrERY.j E X PER 4"...". '.". .'......". .-..... wutI" "_ I a'Vy' nn. I'aol uf IIIII'k.. ....."n !W:.IIn...... m" _hl",1_ an.I w..kly orfh'la IN..u..1 I......I ..1'10...... CI\I'II'I'. ..... 0"' ('01111'_ 1111\111"011111 III-2ft I'
    Tt0 IPrt --- >rli IIIItnrk.. "'Iorlt/\ .. 1.01111)\1 \ ( 11\\ HHI
    I thl. 0<'10 1> r ( 1:11.: I I'f'IIIf'1 I" ''I HT.
    10'(111 >-.\ I.I I."k.. """ag,, "n III I I" th..n drive I mil.. ......t. 10-8 ItI U'.. U4 IIIohl.lIx"n.; (' '10'1" 1".OIl"' I'
    ON A NEW FORD SA TTERYJJ'e / 1'10 n III .'t... 1011 rr. on wille.'. ..\II I 'oHI..,.: I 1C. '.'Jt'r.\J. IoCr'\I.: ) A .r. Tho"aN .\ "", ./I'.. l>.. Plaintiff." Va. ChnrlleII 1'11'CI..o; -,
    : 1.,1
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    Trounce P. K. Yonge! 27-61 I ,

    Before Record Crowd Here Friday BRADFORDCOUNTYTELEGRAPH

    r' hundred fans who first nod-half ,', I Official Count Publication Established In 1877
    ugh a sluggish
    J show for their mon- ,_ __ __
    el'l'1l? ,ie-n the last two stanzas I!, \ OH';MK 5-KV E.\T%-ON:: K: 8TAICKK. FLOKUIA FKIIIV, NOVKMBEK:; L 3, 19-1/1 1.IUMBERTLIREI

    BHS rolled up a 26-6 vlc- I

    i\lie r'I,e)' :-ni Bradford P It K.was Yonge Park the Tornadoes'of last Galnes-Frl- I Stadium Project f Donkey Ball State Nation And County

    ,-m of the season.

    ICOT1 p K Yongstera jolted Given BoostMembers Next TuesdayAmerican ,

    ,nto alertness In the first

    ,ire,.'), when a 33-yard Baby '
    ,,c oass to left end .was corn- of the Bradford Coun- Legion Post 581\ Stay Solidly Democratic

    "tee and the ball carried an- ty Board of Public Instruction unonsorlna a comedy baseball

    "he', 40 yards ,for a touchdown. will journey to Palatka today for I game using trained Sonta Fe bred ,
    Bedford's first score came soontel'wsrd an inspection of the new foot- burrows as transportation Tues!! y '

    when speedy Halfback ball stadium and other athletic day. Nov. 9. at the high school

    rl' Barter carried the ball over field facilities in that city. and to football field. The loral merchants Party's Candidates W Bradford Voters Favor

    L a touchdown from the 4 yard confer with officials there as to and Legionnaire are making j

    and Pete Sapp dittoed fore methods of financing same. j up the team and will play' for
    extra point. Neither aide The Board's trip to Palatka home town championship as they Sweep Into Congress President Truman
    collide in stiff competition
    ""rea In the second quarter. was Instigated by a delegationof
    ) the half Bradford kickedd local citizens and representatives -I I astride the little! animals promptly. .
    recoxered a Yonge fumbleth of civic clubs that appearedat at 8:02: p.m. I Bradford County again demor!
    here Mon- \ The donkevs trained' hv Well might the Democratic donkey strated' its
    Tornadoes' 42 yard line. Its regular meeting! are loyalty to the Democrat!
    ,rtir broke loose from scrlm- day to request that steps betaken night with \lights and music' on smile this week as the American people Party by giving: President Harry Tru

    attarrylng the ball 30 yards toward Improvement of the I the Green Valley Farms in Kanai .. in a startling upset that overturned man a handsome majority over th:

    the Yongsters one-foot Una BHS athletic field as soon as the i City Mo. and are well prepared apple carts all over the Nation, swept combined, tally of his three opponent,

    fr being hauled down. Drew present football season la over. | for playing! a good game. Democrats into office front in Tuesday' surprise laden Genera
    edlllSh fleet Tornado halfback. It was pointed out by Carl i l I according to Miss Rile Austin. on every Election. '

    ,-ni-u the ball across for score. Johns, spokesman for the delegation counselor who M. working with from President on through a majorityof Already",icountcd out and, all but err,,!,

    ,rk Hazen's pass' to George that the bad condition of the the Legion and directing: the Governors and members of both balmed by political pollsters, dopesters an'

    was goodEradfords field in weather la costing game. houses of
    Inker: for extra point wet I Congress. crystal-gazers from coast to coast, Preaiderr
    third tally was set the BHS Athletic Department H The Legion has planned as' an President Truman received 19,3, 3,811
    ,\ Captain James Phillips' JAMES PHILLIPS, lanky Tor thousands of dollars In ruined L added attraction a "Lady Godiva popular votes and led In 28 states with 304 Truman came from behind to stage one of th;' i

    ectacular catch of a pass from nado captain was back in the equipment. It Is also costing mon, Relay Race" with four contestants electorial votes. Dewey obtained 17,942.869 moat amazing upsets In U. S. political historj

    tying! the ball to the 4 1 I lineup last Friday after being ey by making It necessary to VV. W. Thurman A.. J. popular votes carrying 16 state with 189! Bradford Countlana did their part b:

    'PI',rd ''ne. Sapp ran the ball over benched by lime burns for several move home-scheduled games to I | Thomas, Jr.:. Mike Gilhooly. and electorlal votes. Dixiecrat candidate Thur- M giving Truman 1,194 votes to 533 for That

    the next play for another 6 I weeks. His beautiful catch of out of town fields In rainy weather -, Ray L. Stone, dressing (and undressing mond carried four states with 38 electoral mend, 352 for Dewey, and 12 for Henry Wa)

    Ints and the pass try for extra a long pass was one of the highlights Mr. Johns stated. I ) in women's clothing vote.! ,'lace. The Republican total wall almost ider
    firood. of the game. the Paiatka sta- while riding the donkevs to an<1 tical with that
    !*' LL a- no He said that -. Despite dire predictions by wishful thinkers. cast here in 1944 when th
    B'aifdkicked; : ;; and held, tak- {' dlum and field improvement was from the center (1l'1<1. The winnerof Florida remained solidly D..mocratlc1th poll was 342 for Dewey to 1,683 for Roost

    g possession of the ball and financed by revenue certificates the race will be awarded a 1,383 of 1,523 precincts giving Truman 26O- vel t. _

    arching down field for final made marketable by the fact that bottle of Lucien Lelong's Tail-. 574 votes to Uewey's 179,925 and only 83- Voting throughout the county was surprisingly

    ore of the evening. made by the School Board guaranteed their spin perfume. 592 for Dixiecrat J. Strom Thurmond. Henry heavy, Indicating: the below-surfac

    ;irl /Carter. Sapp carried over payment. He suggested that the A parade has been scheduled Wallace trailed with 11.461. Interest in the Presidential campaign, a] :

    I' *\tra point on a plunge Starke field improvements be for 3:30: o'clock Tuesday afternoon Republlcan were looking for -& though pre-election excitement was decided. I
    rough the line. financed in the same manner, and starting at the school buildIng lacking. Due to the time require'
    their best '
    stated that receipts from the sale and proceeding! down Temple year In Florida but THE WINNER to_ u mark____ tha____ ,n.n,nti-nu_____.. CUbeS.i. ,
    StatUtlrniFist of reserved aeats in the proposed I I Ave. to Call St. Going east on came out almost empty handed. long lines of voters were queuedup
    Downs: BHS 12: PKY 9 new stadium could. be used to I Call the paraders :will turn north Their tour candidates for Representative throughout the
    Unofficial General Ele ction Returns day in a pollIng
    I BHS 30 PKY
    Penalties: yds.; I
    retire the certificates. "I do not : on Church St. Washington in Congress were sound- place bottleneck.A .
    30 ydi.Passes believe that It would actuallycost I and thence west to the starting!!
    attempted: BHS 6; PIY the School Board anything" point. Four donkeys will be par- ly beaten and they failed in all total of 2,091 electors, abou

    8. he said. aded with their riders being the 20 contests for seats In the State General 40 percent of the number quail''
    IMM Competed: ; PKY Legislature G fled, visited the polls, as" compared
    four lovely contestants for BHS --even' lost the only '
    The Palatka stadium and other Election ij with
    5 I t the 3.661 who turaei'
    football The candidatesare
    queen. one had
    they held In 17
    buildings cost around 40000. years out In
    week's with St. Leo first primary electloi
    [ This
    Doris Moncrief Ester Shu-
    Dade City was awitched from but it Is expected that the local and : when Rep. Alex Akerman, Jr. of Bradford = :: rIJ J .t !1 last' May.
    ford Hlnson
    Peggy Nancy
    i project.would not run that much Orlando -; .e5 .:I ... F4 z ':;
    was defeated j
    day night to Thursday night; Knight. The I girls will have as I by Chas. County Bradfordltea gave Democrat!
    was played too late however, r1Ic as a new, been athletic building has their attendants Miss Lou Beyers, O. Andrew. Jr. I I I I ,I -I I I I Nominee Fuller Warren a thump

    :r the) score to be learned before already constructed new Linda Carter and Helen Haines The Democratic .5 .. ... III .. 't' .0 Ing majority of 1.754 to 112 ove
    has been anda
    lighting completed Party recov- -
    rest time.Mineral. new cyclone fence has been The lineup of the two team ii I ered control of Congress that was FOR PRESIDENT his Republican. opponent B, L

    erected here. as follows: !1 wrested away by the GOP In Truman 112 418 267 32 9:5: 3S: U 103 '1194 Acker. In ,the statewide votlni If:
    Sundayor American\ Legion O. J. McG ft. 1946. Thurmond 74 Warren received 299,233 to Acker'a :
    A a The most important needs here : The decisive mandate left 219 122 1S: 37 5 '13 48 633
    Sr. captain. Dr. A. Y. Covlngton, no ''doubt that Dewey 49 144 98 12 67,076..
    : C. B. Roberts i.1 are for grading and providing for the voting public 29 14 0 8 .832 ,
    drainage of the field and the Cliff Hftzen. L. C. McVay, Edward shared to some extent President Wallace 3 2 8 1 0 0 0 0 :J.12 Charles E. Bennett, Democrat.
    etired Merchant :Mobley, Charles Shepherd Truman's nominee for
    erection of concrete bleachers, it opinion of the FOR Congress from tin
    S. G. Denmark W. H. Ghaham. Republican-controlled 80th Congress GOVERNOR: Second District, was llkewiw
    Tornado stated."Present'bleachers I
    CARL CARTER shifty was are
    Charles! Brinson ,Roberts 76 halfback. accounted for two inadequate and are a constant Robert Green, and Harley F.. as "history's second wOl'st"r Warren 243 '11S 423 36 128 40 31"'lSS ITMAcker I favored U77 to 148 'over his Re

    tIred: Graham merchant and of Bradford's four touchdowns expense having to be 'replaced Strong. The new Senate will ,be comprised 10 60' 30' fh.. 9 5 0' :r 112, publican' running mate, Camllli t.

    rnrrr post master' died' TliursW -I agaInst P.. K. Yonge last Friday.Final'Rites and repaired frequently.. Air.\. Business Men: Rev. L D. Halna., ofl Democrats and 42 FOR CONGRESS Genenu .". plstrlct-vid Bennet'
    \ ,
    night, Oct. 28. in RLversld.1 Johns said. ," Captain ::Marvin, E. .Rosier-: .' Republicans a. ,turnabout front Bennett' 1906 621 "< 280 21 poll 'd "'1.280 to Geneau's 8,503"A1'
    94 '8 28 15" 1Jf: "
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    "pital, Jacksonville, following G. McMillan, Morgan\. Stephens the present set-up of 81 other Democratic nomine- '
    Geneau 15: 'I
    Spokesmen nointed out that 4 60 1 1.1 4. 0" 3 ,
    [ lengthy Illness. I I I Held many people had to ,stand up at Truman King, O. L. Llnsin. Hugh licans and 45: Democrats. I ueI I State, and: County, were'unoppoaet ,'p

    ] Mi! Roberts was born on Jan. 'For I L. R. Wasdin the here last Friday"night'' Ingram A. B. Baker, At Carlisle, In the new House of Representatives out received strong: "compliment:
    1 72 In Vnldosta. : game! I Sowder At ary" votes!
    Ga., the son Broward Strickland. Democrats will hold Rotary
    because there were not enough .
    i Win
    f II: late J. 0. and Walk- Monday AfternoonL. 229 City Elect '
    Mary seats and
    seats to accommodate the crowd. I Announcer: Lax Green. Water Republican 205.: Vote On 1
    f terts.! He moved to Lake The Board voted unanimouslyto boys: \.... C. Rhotlen, A. L. Crosby -, At present Republicans have it Amendment!
    itwhich! was then In Brad- R. Wasdin 43, of Gainesville over Democrats 213 In its vote on the 11 propose
    Jr. 185.:
    rc >untv with his at pastor of the Zion Rest sponsor the project and to Like I Constitutional Amendments Brad
    parents the Mavor
    make an Immediate i Judtre : Presidential outcome, TuesdayQualified
    Investigation! Umpires: R. K. Perry- ford's
    Primitive Church JacKsonville vote
    i of five years, and re- Baptist the jibed with the' state
    I as to what could be done to aid man Geo. L. Patten. Congressional! voting was 'a ,,',, wide ,
    (' there where he farmed and the Etonian Primitive shocking verdict on the most important
    surprise the
    I.t t, (bout the Baptist Church, in financing the wotk. From the Interest shown among Republicans. 4 isHues.
    age of 30. I ; .
    They had expected to voters of the City of
    M! Roberts died Friday afternoon, I'allltka'i the townspeople and the advance retain 1 Bradford turned "'
    [ moved to Graham their Six-vote mat'gin in Starke will down No. J"
    ticket sale It that go to the polls next
    ) in a Gainesville hospital. Rib'Wednesday!! seems a large (
    and the switching seventh
    was a merchant and Senate, or at ,worst end a cent gas ta '
    ,., r*'er there for approxl- Funeral services were held at For Mrs. Saxon crowd can be expected to attend I 43-13 tie with the Democrats. Tuesday, Nov. 9, elect a mayor from schools to roads) by a vote ? "

    at. 38 years. 2 o'clock Monday afternoon in I the. comedy. .. ball..game.. The Legionnaires ,. The idea of losing the House! and express their wishes concerning of 233 for, 753 against. State. ., [
    Ir New Hope Primitive\ tlaptUitChurch Mrs Anna L. 'mvuc an wno can poisioiv I i i had I the ,. wide vote was also
    iddttlon to his :widow Mrs. Saxon. 77 died do so to attend the and never occurred to them at blowing or silencing negative., r

    :iun"la Wasclln Koberts he is near LaCrosse. with Elder Sunday; afternoon at her hom i wish to express their game sincere I all. of the time signal whistle at the Also defeated was No. 2 .(concerolng -
    ted D. D. Harvill. Plant City, In Hampton after a lengthy Ill\- In 4' bond
    by sons, J. P. Ro- thanks to all the merchants and I the matter. of .Governors municipal light plant. issues for schoo'purposes '
    Elder O. W. Thomas, Jacksonville '
    -t. ness. She was a native and a ; )
    Representative-elect from Democratic candidates by a vote of 144 fort
    organizations who have so .will were
    and Elder Tom Crawford The mayor will be elected
    ru'oM County, and Roy Ro- I lifelong resident of Hampton. anda I. ingly cooperated In making this elected In 17 states, while Republicans .- : to 493 against. Statewide vote wasalso "
    rt' both of Starke; his mother. Orlando. officiating. Internentwas member of the Baptist Church. carried 9. Democrat fill the unexplred term of H. C. negative. )

    :rp Miry A Roberts 91. and In New Hope Cemetery. I Survivors include her husband. ]I I game a complete success. hold Governorships In 30 of now the Wall who resigned .vhen' called Another C', .

    -p, 4lster, Mrs. Eula R. Green. Elder Wasdin was born In 'Benjamin Y. Saxon, retired I Nation's 48 states. back to active duty with the negative vo:e was accorded '

    ,t t' of LAke Butler: and two Graham, the son of the late H. I Hampton merchant: one step- Col. Long CalledTo Army. creation No.of 3 two, providing for the,:

    "011 '1'9. H. K. Roberts. Lake D. and Ellen Gill Wasdin. He I daughter, Mrs. Eunice Louise Kilmer The four candidates who new Senatorial, -
    Camp $50 Reward are districts. Bradford's
    It!'i acd s. \V. Roberts, Paho- served the Crawford Lake Primitive Morris, and one stepson H. V. For contesting for the place are: J. for, 500 vote was llOj

    .e Baptist Church at Live Oak Saxon, both of ,Pompano. For AssignmentLt. Arrest Of Game HogsIn # I L. semi' Anderson. L. M Gaines, was likewise against.negative.Statewide vote

    Fnital> services were held. In from 1911-1911; was supervisorof Funeral services were held'ednl'lIday J. P. Roberts, and S. E. Sparks. No. 4, j j
    F e Graham Christian C"urch the Starke Parole Board 1911 \\ afternoon at 3 o'clockIn Col. T. T. Long received an advertisement In this Also before the voters will be for State providing increased pay*. I

    Jndav afternoon at 1 o'clock 45; and district supervisor State the Hampton Methodist orders Sunday to report to Camp l Issue of the Telegraph the Brad- Dr. Wilson T. Sowder, State the much-disputed matter of the In legislators was approved [;
    from 1915. Church with Rev. M. C. Hatch Kilmer, N. J. on Nov. 10 for Bradford 421 to i
    Jth Rev Beverage Department Health Officer 324.j
    j, B. Dixon of Jack- ford County Game Protection was guest speaker whistle at the light and water and likewise
    "\Jle! and Rev. W C. Burton of 1948.Elder I officiating. Interment was In the assignment to duty with the regular Association at The Rotary Club Wednesday -. 1>1snt. Ever since It was Installed voting. favored In statewide]! .i;,
    rahani : Wa.sdin is survived bv Hampton Cemetery under the Army presumably overseasIn announces that it will "everal months" I f:
    officiating. Interment ago it has been
    'a8 m Swift Creek his widow, Mrs. Warna Johnson direction of Key-McCabe Funeral the European Theatre. pay $50 for the arrest and con discussing Florida's Cancer the subject of and de No.6. providing for revisioni! \3>
    Cemetery pro con of
    e8r Lake Butler under the diction Wasdin; a daughter Miss Lee Home. Since his seperatlon from the viction of the first adult "gamehog" Control Program and other highlights bate. Residents of the Constitution by the Legis-j j,
    neighborhood lature
    I Active pallbearers were. Carl- regular Army in April 19-17, Col. of the state health was turned down In Brad-i; 'II!
    of DeWitt Wanda Wasdin three sons. Thomas work.
    C. Jones. ; caught killing in complained that It blew too \
    quail thin ford
    I 137 to 381 but snrrn.4l l
    I ton Chastain. Bert Hmson. Holland Long has been with the Florida .f
    II A., Jimmie. and Phillip, all of I -- -r&-''--,
    ive pall UT. aowaer pointed out that loud and disturbed the
    jV" I before statewide.
    w re Carl National county the season peace.
    Payne Marshall Matchett. Guard and Is presently opens. : I
    ' "nton. Louis I Gainesville: five brothers.: T. W. Law efforts to control cancer are Other i citizens of the town have
    Dempsey C. E. Johns and E. W. Hayes. assigned as Battalion Commander enforcement' officers are Approval was given here 285 t
    'Of Ill! Rivers Wasdln Waldo: H. M 'Vasd ", more Important now than ever petitioned the Council to .
    Earl : not resume 268
    Starling. Ed I 3rd Bn., 121th Inf. eligible for the reward. for No. 6, designed to make
    lrti n. Graham R. D. Wasdin Dt>mI because better the
    Carl Jones : health conditions whistle blowing at 7 I
    Perrv Star. I' The local am., retired judges
    I Following his return from Game Protection Association eligible for t
    'g' and Ray Hines all mlng N. M.; R. S. Wasdin Circuit Court generally are causing more peopleto 12 noon, 1 pm. and 5pm. mp-;
    World n \ orary service on the
    War Col.
    duty Long was organized Wednesday bench. State.,,
    and J. Pat- live
    raham. Starke Wasdin to the age bracket where )
    I I terson, Ga.; and two sisters, Mrs. Convenes MondayThe has been employed in the accounting night of last week when Dr.I. cancer Is more prevalent.The The Council derided that inasmuch wide voting was also favorable: I

    ''C. Fogg. $tarke, and Mrs. C. B. department at the State N. Kennedy of the Florida Wildlife State Health as an election was to beheld Nos. 7, 8, 9 and 10, seeking tot')
    . H. Officer wa
    Gill Retires Graham. Fall Term of Circuit Court Prison. Commission visited Starkeas Introduced on Nov. 9 to select a mayor, consolidate city and county taxIng -*
    Roberts j for Bradford County will convene the guest of the Lions Club by Dr. A. Y. Coving- the will of the people would be agencies in four counties .I
    ton, director
    from Seaboard I I here Monday\ morning at Chas. A. Rowand and met with Interested sportsmen Health of the Bradford determined on the matter of the were all turned down In Bradford

    J" .n H, Gill. : Recent Births 10 o'clockith Judge A. Z. Ad- In the USO building.Dr. Department. whistle at the same time. but approved in statewide voting. I
    Assistant to Chief kins on the bench. Died In LakelandCharles No. 11,
    1f1ne''r. Escambia
    hAS Kennedy stressed the Importance
    r -
    resigned from the J. R. JONES II FFA
    The following Jurors have been ChairmenAre County's '
    .aboard Air of wildlife conservationand Farmers Urged Court of Record judge t
    UneRa'ilroad Co. First Lt. and Mrs. James R
    summoned for duty: A. Rowand, 81, former from
    tee appointive to
    .. a successful. railroad ca.t'f'lfl"'at.'v Jones of Fay ttevtlIe. N. C. an- I I showed several motion picture AppointedThe To List elective status,
    -. ".". C. L. Hilliard. George! Shuford, resident of Starke, died at hi. films on this theme. Acreages was defeated in this county 177 "
    2. years. nounce the birth of a son James home in .1
    'I\ D. Henry Tomllnson Guy Parrtsh Lakeland October 26. to 277 but
    I approved
    te" Simpson, Chief Engine-r. Richard, II, on Tuesday Oct. 28 .I. Herbert Parrish, George W. Ches.| He had been In poor health for Bradford FAA Chapter Farmers were again urged by i at large. by the state

    ')Mad that Mr. Gill\ leaves the in the Station Hospital at Fort bier Lester A. Crosby, I. S. several years. The funeral services .St. Mark's Teachers I held It. regular meeting Tuesday County Agent T. K. McClane this "S ,..1

    'eelt'l of with assurance of the Bragg, N. C. Before her marriageMrs. Fowler H. L. Brownlee. R. J. i were held Thursday after- Entertain Oct. 26, with 31 members present. week to list their expected acreage Mrs. '
    his PupilsThe S. C. /
    rPreClation lsoclate and the' Jones was Miss LoUise Waters, J. C. Sapp, Lloyd noon at 3 o'clock at the Snook The president explained to the of spring trucks crops in order Knight, l'' 'l
    of the management'rnni Rosier daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Green. B. J. Starling I Funeral Home Chapel In Lake- that the Buried
    r his !splendid Lloyd .J.// Sunday School teachers new members the annual program necessary arrangementsmay At Crosby "
    '_ '.
    'lr and Mrs. Gill\ arrived Suny II I Births announced by Sbadycrest C.Eugene A. Futch.Crosby.H.Wilbur C. Church.pastor of the Dixieland Interment Baptist at a lovely Ha lowe'en appointed the chairman_ nt__ mHof ___be.. I In _U The nu'county. agent has received) I .1I..d.Edna. .r"'rla..M. Knight.. ___,43__ of_Lawter' --,, .f"
    StarunK'j f officiating. nn -- -
    fm' Norfolk Hospital In the, past week: puny ror members of their everai inquires from large .U..T murningJCl.. 29,1 JI
    elr ht\me and are at Flume, E. L. Kelly. E. was in Oak Hill cemetery at classes Saturday afternoon at the the divisions as follows. ers wanting to know the while In Starke to see a doctor r >-5|
    on I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelly I
    KlnllrJOley> I I
    Vr Gill Lake. ter, Roy Tomllnson. Ira Wilson, Lakeland. Service Center. Supervised Farming, Seeber pated acreage of cabbage in bUY-I Mrs. Knight has been a restadent ; il j
    "l1'ed'ate states plans that he has no Wheeler Mae of Lawtey born Oct.a 22.daughter G. W. Rahme Jr., Frank Thomas I[ :Mr. and Mrs. Rowand lived in The twenty children played appropriate Doyle Andrews; Cooperative ActiVities county. "I have also of Lawtey for the past sin4 t ,

    wr than for the future Fannie T. C. Crawford, Vernon Slade. Starke from about 1914 to 1919, Hallowe'en games and Rodney Hall; Community some Inquiries concerning the intended I years and waa an employe of .
    'Din,, catching T up on his Mr. and Mrs. Ira William Allenof W. H. Harrell E. C. Lewis J. I, and operated a cafe here. bobbed for apples. Service' Carl Edwards; Leadership acreage/ of spring cucum :I Daimler's book store during the !r-; llit I

    Starke a daughter. Opal Shlpman Sapp W H. Hall. Robert I I He Is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lemuel Col son and Mrs. Harold Norman; Earning. bers" Mr. McClane said. war years. She was the widow:! I f)!

    'edit Yvonne, born Oct. 25.' Ward. F. C. Hollingsworth. Mrs. Olive Rowand; a son. Charles G. W. Brown were assisted In and Savings, Vernon Crosby; Growers are urged to list of S. C. Knight La.wtey farme.I!* I

    Bureau Mr., and Mrs. Robert McNcill W. E. Torode. ; and a daughter, Mrs. Ethel serving refreshments by Mrs. Conduct of Meetings Clinton Norman acreage of cabbage and their who died seven Weeks ago. :'SiKi;-l,

    p\uj Rayofl Jolly of Waldo, a son. David I Roberts; four grandchildren and Stanley Noegel, Mrs. Billy Noegel I ; Scholarship Harry Green; i vegetables either at the spring Funeral service were held tJkV'J

    t of the local representa- Bruce born Oct. 26. Two Homes MovedTo four great-grandchildren, allot Mrs. R. J. Davis and, Mrs. Bert Recreation, Marklee, ,Norman. I agent's office in the courthouseor county the graveside In Crosby Lake.jl i
    MObile Adjustment Lak. Iand. A niece, Mrs. A. W. Simmons. Cemetery Tuesday .
    r.tr.e Mr. and Mrs. Marvin\ Jones with R. B. Alvarez, morning at 11: 11
    Sine"s, alUlounces have the fOlloWing Elland of Keystone Heights a son Lake Street Anderson, resides here. Hunting Season the State Farmers Market managerof in o'clock with. Hey; O. 'V. Lee of''

    Rating joined the Credt1'1 I Andrew Dennis born Oct. 24. Tea Today For order to arrive at Lawtey'officiating.. Arrange-, l
    / Bureau Permits have been Issued a definite minImum
    recently meats
    1'. : L. L. Libby, I Courthouse OfficesTo Opens Nov. 24 were in charge of i
    ShUJl, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton to give buyers who )
    Farm, Home 01 Auto for moving two homes from Junior Club MembersMembers are In- C. Joneo.Cane "
    Ppl.. Shepherd'a Radio : 8erv. I''of Lake Butler a son, Roger nearby communities to Starke. Close Sat. 4oon Hunting; season for quail and terested In coming to Bradford ,
    Wellt End Eugene, born Oct. 23. J. K. Douglas has moved his of County this winter and spring. '
    ' Grocery. Womans Club
    'Jt Darby squirrel In this district Available \
    'I< Starke BUilders Supply, Mr. and Mrs. Orien Reddish Jr. home from Brooker to propertyon Returning to a' previous custom of Starke will be hostesses from Wednesday. Nov. 24, and opens \

    ' AUto Pountj PIan. are of Ralford, a son, Jerry Lynn, Lake St.Thomas and one generally observed 4 until! 9:30: this afternoon (Fri "eb. 1, Hunting season for closes dove New A&P Manager Today Friday. ; ]
    "i51ng for 29. E. Lewis has moved the State th.- Nov. 6-U the i
    throughout ,
    : a local Credit born Oct. county day) honoring members of the does not last
    :1"11' open until Dec. 18 and day that
    <1 i It Bur,au, Raymond states. Mr. and Mrs. John William his home from the_ country to courthouse will close each Saturday Junior Woman's Club. It is desired closes Jan. 31. County i Ernest Murphrey Is the new improved growers can obtain 1
    Judge E. sugar
    two Should be OrganIzed with- Gaynoe of Lawtey. a ion Gary property at the comer of Lake at noon, beginning this Satur- that all members of bothorganizations K. Perryman manager at the local A A P Store. da Experiment cane at the Flori- .
    reports that the Ifj
    weeso 26. and 11th Streets. day, Nov. 6. He wall formerly assistant Station In Galneavllle. -] :
    Solomon born Oct. attend. sale .of licenses Is slow, so far. of the store. manager J stalk. The price la one cent per idJ 1 1ornadoes

    and moat of it Is Fla. 763.. r

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    \.:, : !r 1 and paInt, I have hung my row "- TERRITORY his with living the man's and pension, will pay'''''V"terans re' =--,
    : and when I look at < AROUND The operating expensesand year '
    , Bradford County I Telegraph c'lay'Hi'lilly pictures my; repay his loan. the ,It,M N1o>
    new lamp shades, rugs and cur WITH II. DEAL COUNTY SUPERVISOR I I loan mhp' '' 't II 1
    !: Applications! from disabled Welhp ,.
    /fy',: '! :; ESTABLISHED tO77 E. L MATTHEWS.OWNEREDITOR I tains, my heart swells In great FARMERS; HOME ADMINISTRATIONOn ; vet. I most ,n
    ,. r Luru M..hrIonca joy. What though I live In n. country:\ increased i the COUntry 'h pam

    t'' < If.. 'j ; Published Ever) Friday and Entered aa Second I Kelirhereln mortuary? I am rich In beauty. visit to the farm of year ago Now, .Mike. has a suc- last year, "The majorityof I t\co lIIade

    :f! ,1 It+1 VIa'* :?ratter :at the Post Ufflr at Starke, Fla. Things I feel at home with anJ my of Rt. 2. Lake' II cessful hog farm, Is ahead on his these men were only slightly Farm
    Jsmes Clyatt disabled"! but few ownernh,
    a have
    ; : enjoy. When I write, Digger Is and he workedout I at 4 p loan.
    / ,I i: \\ I work and laugh and l Butler I found that he had fin loan repayments says practical plans for percent
    : / : f. MEMBERSubscription J 7948 sorrow with the bereaved onpit.Alwayi always near. This morning I madea ished harvesting his corn crop I "wouldn't trade places with anyone" farming despite crippling successful Injuries payment period tereq t"
    shoe wall pocket of a print but 111"1 for
    glad' I am alive these: and had got his hogs In on his. or even total blindness borrowers
    s\, ti ''d $3.50 Annually I $1.3. For Six Month Autumn Dujs.pln sack .for It the Ls door pretty.of our Takes boy'scloset {I I peanuts and was harvesting his ; Former servicemen receiving Guidance !In good farm practices at loans as soon as !they'fIt""
    very borrow
    \ ; ::1' .t fall crops such as squash, beans! !; disability pensions may accompanies each loan. satisfactory I
    < ,', leaves, spin and almost two sacks. I used a colored I I enlarge, or develop' 8IIj
    I I t I,? go and peas. This farm Is located t money to buy The Farmers Home Administration Operating loans

    :s:..T: : "; s 4rqil!;; I\\ WHAT SAY YOU NOW, COL. ;McCORMICK? Vow westerly there blow and a white one. | in the southwest corner of Union farms not considered economic also makes loans to other In percent Interest tad
    i 'I'; > "he winds which end the year. At Clay Hill they are so happy I county and has wonderful drain unIts, but suited to their abilities. I veterans and non-veterans to I 1 to IS Years,

    ,''t'r : \ -t:wL. ,, The crow-eating process following( this election wjll be more The winds which bring the snow. over the new road and the elect I age. Mrs. Clyatt has canned several Each farm must definitely ahdwIt ,meet farm operating expenses the purpose for xtirp\

    t, f !'+" :' ,t toug\\: anti bitter than any in the history of our country. Snug beneath the sky trie light wires coming through. hundred quarts of peas this can produce an Inrome which .. used.
    i r. '" The towns and cities lie, The nights are getting cool ao fall. She states that they have:
    t' l Harry Truman the man who hall been counted down and out
    i J r.' Snug each house and neat they need a little fire. I always I been too busy on the farm to
    I '/ by wMlful-thinklng Republicans and even by miffed members of his The treasured fire heaped high.
    loved the fireplaces. I letter from | make too many Improvementsaround
    ,t;.lJ1"lJ1"I / q own party refused to yield to the defeatist complex they sought Spin leaves, spin and bound; my dear friend Daisy Lang. Her the house. After the chile
    foist him and battled courageously and successfully for an 'Cloak: this naked
    1 i\t to upon ground. broken arm Is mending. All are dren < ; .t'1 other term as President of the United States. I Hold winters warmth within 'I I well and happy. Mrs. Strickland job Is picking up pecans which .

    'j kl, ,:f fJ 'J, The election proves once and for all, definitely and irrevocably : While winter furies wound. writes they have, lots of pecans have fallen during the day. U/fuzn round to
    .;:} t''" : i rf, that the people of the United States recognize the worth of the social For now long shadows mark and that they have a nice fence On my visit to the farm of you comjaa/Le, yoii/te cUclck

    il ;rtf J)1.{ \ I and economic reforms instituted by President Roosevelt through the The coming of the dark up around the schoolyard: now. Spence M. Polk. In the South-
    1 i Democratic Party and are not to be fooled by the too little and too When man must guard his fire Gene Lang is now in the Armysix west corner of Union county, I

    1 \\o'! t tiN late, as well aa basically insincere liberalization of the Republican And earth her Inner spark. : weeks and likes It fine. I am found him constructing a tobacco

    ( ,.,.\ ?pig Party. As a measure of political expediency Republican candidates, Charles Malan. ;lad. Lillian Starling Padgett was barn and he had also built a new CHEVROLET IS BUILT
    \ .t" at Sunday School at their house barn for his stock and had finished -
    j (i mien as Governor Dewey, have assumed a veneer of liberalism but The leaves spin and whirl, the *
    (,:" {t,I'r.. .,' anyone halfway adept at reading between the lines can see their wind sings a pleasant little song Sunday with her baby, and such I painting his house. He had
    1 ,I crf( '.1 In the hare' branches of tho c I a beautiful baby. Lillian and Hoar made Improvements to the
    ,{ ? heart l Isn't in it.
    .j } 1 h I that have shed their leaves. The ry hve at Camp L. Leonard grounds around .the house and TO SERVE BETTERFIRST -
    ( : J.-11{ President Truman's victory Is even more amazing and admirable fires are going to keep the house Strickland's wife has a broken had constructed a new wire fence ('&
    ;t'1' :, monstrous under which he labored. The'
    ,j" In view of the handicaps snug and warm. Every night it leg, and in the Oliver Gen. Hosp. with new post.I .
    I : ::1.1 victim of a well-planned campaign of propaganda staged by biased frosts with pleasant sunny days. at Augusta Ga. Floyd Johns is visited the farm of Joseph
    4\ 1< '.. .. ; >, '} publication such as Time, Life, and the Chicago Tribune, he was This week I painted the floorof now In the Navy. He is home on Nettles who received a loan

    '; t 'r,I : also given this old one-two' by every political pollster and was even our front veranda. For over I leave, so I am told. Clay Hill through this office several years! -tUtJl to bead Ire fra& IiZd it 1044 in izizttonwjdw '

    I t"1 ;: r; (:' the victim of sabotage by members of his own party who deserted l lto two years I have been coaxing has lots of good men for Uncle ago( and found that he was at

    , &' .,I'>'!l' .;;," follow the standards of an odd assortment of political, Pled Pipers. the local painter on bended kneesto I.I Sam.The this time In the meat business

    '" '; ,/,:! .+" We stoutly deny any sadistic tendencies but we would be less paint it. I gave up and got infant son of the deceased butchering several hogs per day
    which furnishes work for several
    Jrf: Ii :; than human If we did not enjoy seeing some of those who Insisted on down on my knees and paintedIt. 'Genevla Padgett Is doing nicely
    ;, I end Two coats, a fog grey. I filled! employees. He produces enough;
    \ t getting themselves out on the extreme of the Dewey limb make
    t.j It:y (, 'I, frantic effort now to recover their composure. all the broken places and as our and growing, we are all happy to sausage to furnish several coun- h KMS-ActM Uta- GamYes, people everywhere
    C dear old druggist said, when he hear Dorothy Manning write ties In and around Union County.
    'y:a. 1:, ';"IV: It will be particularly Interesting to see how the would-be In. looked In fact his sausage Is very !
    ,i) : ; at what I was doing/ (he they are having such a good ,: popular thatCHEVROLET '
    iV', 1 .\! iP fluentlal/ Life magazine explains a caption on :a picture appearing on sold me the paint). "Good job. school. She wants to graduate In Starke. He tells me that agree

    i.t. :,;. H\> page 37 of its Nov. 1 issue. The photograph (of Governor and Mrs. now you have a clean edge on the there Is a big demand for the
    4 3', \' : Dewey) bore this unequlvocable title: "The next President Travels by !:>Torch" I surely am proud.I from high school and get a jobI type sausage he produces. What

    , }. ; i'! ; : Ferrv Boat over the broad water of San Francisco Bay." We have was on knees painting. am glad. Luella Austin write makes them very popular Is the
    my You much imaattia, refer ride Chevrolet ii
    < get a them
    ?U, I. never liked to hear even a candidate refer to himself as the next this Sun shining brightly on the floor. all are well and happy. They arr flavoring and seasoning he gives in Chevrolet became it bring you with the AutfrVMta

    !'>4ft'. r }1 "' or that --- hut when a great national magazine casts accuracy to 'Here Don came hurrying home glad for the new road and bridge.Farley's them. the original and outstanding Unit- LEADS' FiiherUnutwIConitM,

    ,!fl. the winds and makes a statement like that it Is soul-satisfying indeed from the store. "Stop your paint- baby cries to go home DISABLED VETERANS LOANS ued Knee-Action Ride-proved and plate iliii in ill n dst
    > 'JV:[ : to see the editors have to eat their words. Ing this minute. Mrs. Curry Is with her when she goes to herbrother's perfected during I 14 /years t]txMrftnct / Knee-Actioa Rid mj
    "ft When Mike Bisic received a
    \\1' home. Baby is sweet. in building Knee-Action unit Action Hydrtulic BuW
    ,"ij., \( What will happen to Gallup and the other pollsters remains to be I dead. I did not have to go with Margarette and John are back serious Injury during the war he -:-and eicluuve to Chevrolet and in strong sturdy construction combination ollntu,,!,
    f:', / 't f'\ seen. A wrong poll it generally credited with striking the death blow him though aa he got a man to from their honeymoon. That is was afraid It might interfere with hither-priced cant where only in cottW a
    help .hlm lift her. When he
    '! I :f to th" ol 1 Literary Digest. Wednesday morning the poll boys were returned the former Margarette Mosley.now his ambition to become a farmer.He .
    with the I had the
    body .in and
    U. o 1t!, rushing to the microphone with a rash of alibis seeking to explain porch done and It was dry enoughto Mrs. John Crlng. They are knew he couldn't do as heavy ,. 'a
    work before. But he '
    as wan FIRST
    d 1 t their bum steers. Maybe they can explain their way out.Ve shall lav boards down at home In Miami. I have a i l
    It to
    {, : on stepon.
    \ I r
    when he calledat t
    ' greatly encouraged b Vt Is-Hi*
    :X" t T. see. At any rate the faith of the American public In polls has been Then I, gave another coat beautiful picture of her In that PtrtKMCtwNk dependability. in
    the County office of the Farmers
    , 1 ,t; I shattered nr\<* from no w on they will be accepted as just what they later. The wind and sun soon satin wedding dress with a veil. e"'
    Home Administration to discuss
    She Is beautiful. We all wish them -
    jt ;II ,! are interesting reading. matter of doubtful practical value. dried it.Monday years of happiness. his chances, and the County EMMf

    i ; In tha field: nearer home It will be interesting to watch the reaction night about 8 o'clock Supervisor told him he mightbe < BIG-CAR QUALITYChevrolet

    )'. s '. ;[q iv, of two dally newspapers not so far from Starke. One gave we had a call from Concord-a HELPFUL HINTS: Put a cou- eligible for a loan to buy oi' brings you the enviable You'll tab ml side
    Ii. pt'I ; wide publicity to "The Perry Poll", conducted by newspapers belonging Mrs. Stewart was dead. I went ple of strips of bacon in the pan I performance, dependability and thU car with the< H._
    with Don to and place your meat loaf on them. farm.The of the Vittlft CAompfert AT LOWEST PRICES by Fuher. It'i fe b.
    ;" help him aa we were Supervisor! explained that economy
    't to the chan! owned by multi-millionaire John H. Perry and
    ( pref.i has
    V,1.I..HMII/ Entii which Miu ,
    fee sad
    taking her to Allen The loaf will not stick and will bm
    the Farmers Home Administration
    \ dieting that Florida would vote Itself Into the Republican column with delivered more milei ol Mliafaction Jar irupholitery end mt ito
    a better flavor. To
    While -
    we her, separate
    were embalming
    make farm real
    now a estate -
    ):1 f.i Dewey first Thurmond second, and Truman third. Just how wrong more owners than any other u in hi i
    ; two water
    another call came to ua at Allento glasses have loan suited to disabled
    '. especially plant. Vilve-in-Head is And it, too, b ads
    were is now a matter of record. The other ( power-
    t they paper ostensibly stuck tight together, in the '
    to Sioux put
    come City to get an- ex-servicemen.- Bislc found eltewher*only in costlier can. + and hitKer-wV*
    :f.:' !; Democratic) in this election as In all of President Roosevelt's, gave other Mrs. Stewart a young refrigerator to cool and they will filed a written application, fouls: I...

    Jfll+ t Itr forth with editorials evidently designed to Imply they were written daughter-in-law of the first. Such come apart. Try making a shoe a farm that met his requirements, V ,

    t+'''t tik' tsiL!! by a Democrat but subtly suggesing that perhaps It would be the bet heartbreaking things must hap- pocket of sacks. They make nice and ,was approved for a loan to &' ;; pPA. ...

    ',. Itt, thing after all If the country were delivered into the hands of the pen. I am Just glad though thatI gIfts for Christmas too. buy It. That was more than a
    ,\, ; '1 dr Republicans. could lend a helping hand in God bless you all, LOVELURAArthritis

    ;t-f t If t I The most!' pleasure of all, of course will be derived from picturing those hours of deep distress. Last CHEVROLETandOnyIS fl
    night Grandma Porter here In Beware Coughs
    " ,h. vl. I U'' In our mind eye, the arrogant Col.! Bertie McCormIck publisher of town passed away. She'Is in the
    '1Gi the Chicago Tribune; haunted and hounded by that early.edition he
    room now. She waa 92 years old. Pain from Common Colds.
    . s; ,i i t rushed to the aired! Tuesday night announcing' Dewey's election. Despite all the grief I am In the

    It! I t.. i. There was a lot of paper In that edition. We Tike to imagine Colonel midst of, I am happy: I know For.c.....quick and palm delightfully. of Rlwumatumi.comforting. Arthrltl help for. That HANG ONCreomulsionrelicvespromptly TORODE CHEVROLET d
    ,t.{ t. McCormick sitting down with no other equipment than a salt andpepper this that happens Is Inevitable.We NcurltU, Lumbxo, Sciatic, or Neur.lda' try
    \ .. becuoe
    <' shaker and It, sheet sheet. cannot It. I shall ln4. Work through the blood Flat
    eating by escape remain ..
    'f tuudlr attrt
    allevutlnt Data 'ou it ROM right to the seat of the troubU
    \i 6'' { "I.I A final source of satisfaction was the fact that Bradford County happy I look about e. 1 oat wort nominal enjoy. llf at.drugjut and sleep, today.more Quick, dOle'' to help loosen and expel germ laden STARKE FLA.Hospitality .
    Outside Is great beauty. Inside
    I remained solidly:< in the Democratic column despite Republican overtures pl ,# I" I have created a beauty .by labor heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial
    I, ," and the threat of third party splits. It is reassuring to know Ar,...."...... I mucous membranes.Tell your druggist!!

    ' i ,:' that the majority of the people have not so soon forgotten the benefits II I to sell lou a bottle of CreomuNion

    , :; 1&& ''t.j 4{' and progress made under the Democratic administration of the From where I sit... Gy Joe Marsh with the way the understanding it quickly allays you the must cough like)

    , f. : l past sixteen years I or you are to have your money back.
    f t
    I ,,1 And, since everyone else Is going or has been out on a lit-.b: with ti CREOMULSIONforCoughs.ChestColds.Bronchitis on
    III'\ '; predictions: we venture to make one addressed! to those whu have 4"i: Wives I

    , ':.: \ 1. ; been unduely' \ up over so-called Civil Rights: 1) n't lose too t .
    f\: tA I much sleep over It. The social pattern of life in the South U not & and
    4 W'' goIng to be materially changed no matter what the alarmists say. Marriage"Maybe meFJ14ZJ3lJford949 the Way Horne

    ".1 i''I"I" l I you read that survey pubtobacco and an evening glass: of

    \ fSfr \ ;Il: : PhoneS2J H.shed. recently in a national masa- beer or ale, ta a sure start towards

    t (,,f tj t' erB} oY.DEF SVR ICE Airs. Hartmann 1 line, entitled""Husband, Wives, unhappiness.

    ' i'l'Y I'" '}' w. FOLIOW err areas and !Marriage. As for what mate happy marriages r

    , ,. I I! '\ It showed that among happily ., companionship within the

    ,u'j, ,ttT' tyl'n4i'\ ......... -- married l couples, those who criticized home was listed, moot important of -
    " v .' : themselves outnumbered all.AndCrnmwherelaltahu.bandthoRO \': .. I'''''
    krt f I f) : .I"-It! l-i! f: ,, .
    ;.' I'?f i who criticized the other perand wife who can upend. an evening .,v"t --\Jf': .io.t
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    I. ; R. B. Alvarez & Son son. Among unhappily married by the fire-with nothing; more

    ,! 'j j l!,j ';f:' couples, it was just the opposite- exciting than a mellow glass ofeachonetendedtocriticizetheother ._ a /

    I ; beer, and a friendly conversational TRAIL BLAZER

    g t Transfer & That's the way it Is In our town, a truly well-matched couple!
    ' U Storage Co. of Cars to Come!
    'U as I guess it Is in yours. Criticism, ,, I rr

    whether it's of a wife's taste for .;/ A .. .
    .4 80e 10. and drive the 1919! :
    ( ." W : C AGENT FOR DELCHER BROS. hats. or a husband's taste for pipe \ _-. ," i 'i. I' now with 100 new 'R\ZfRt" '' 1r.

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    '(, @. tance. Also Hauling Anywhere In ,, I styling the color, comfort

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    day October 20, when Mn. Is under the> doctor's care at this We wish to extend' a hearty shot gun and John Freeman for Mr and Mra. Sidney W. Griffl.e I brought the message!' and Sun- Itlng Mr, and Mrll. E. A. Sapp I
    ; : ; Chastain was the hostess to the Ume Wishes are extended for an I welcome to nev. and Mrs. Don- the..waahing machine and eon ot Starke were Thursday day night Rev. Wilbur Scott of Sunday.Mr .
    group. The topic "God speak early recovf'ry. I ald Martin who have moved here afternoon visitors of Mr. and Hampton gave us a very Inter- and Mrs. M. S. Hayes ot
    through Art and Music" was Mr. and Mrs Wesley Johns are frlltn Webster Rev Martin Is'' Wl\'U :MEETING Mr James SwlndeU and tamlly. esting mesBage Gainesville attended .the conven-
    S. G swceney introduced, and Scripture pertaining completing their new home.Brooker. the pastor ot the Brooker Bap- I The Brooker Baptist WMU met Mr. and Mr. B. F. Geiger of Mr. and Mrll. Meadows Anderson tion at Long Bridge Sunday
    to the subject ,wall read' An Wednesday afternoon, Oct 20, and children visited. Mr. An-
    last wcek) Interesting feature was the tist Church. at the home ot Mrs 1.. L. Parker J.Starke P. Dickinson'visited their mother family Mrs.Friday derson's mother, Mra. Lillie An- . . .
    r fm stories ot familiar gospel hymns CARNIVAL A S1.TCF.SS I Seventeen members were present afternoon derson In Dt'iand Saturday and
    tL8 read by several ot the members The annual Hallowe'en Camivsl for this business and social meet- Sunday Pine Level rBr
    Mrs. P. M. Hersey Will! visiting
    entertained with and proving how greatly music\ the Brookt'r Duke Francis of Ft. Myers was'
    sponsored by
    dub ing.The her children and sisters In Jacksonville Mrs.. n. M. McRae
    Com- influences our spiritual By Helen Barry P'I program was directed by visiting Mrs. Nona Priest last
    part In the thoughts.A T. A. was held Saturday and Saturday. .
    If October 2\: sandwich course, with coffee This was one of our most successful :\Irs.! J.V.. Thomas who used as Friday houseguest week.Mr.
    ::1 I Mr (Claude May and hot chocolate, was served by I carnivals, financiallY and her topic, 'rite J.\Vs". Those Saturday night she WAS and Mrs. Romey Johns of We are sorry to report the
    The business and at dinner given
    rejrlllar birthday
    j a
    Mrs. Chastain, assisted pro estimated taking part on the program were Jacksonville Mrs.
    the occasion by her for f'ntertalnment. An was visiting serious IIIneRs ot Mrs. Russell
    es appropriately decor- daughter-In-law, Mrs. Carlton gram meeting of the Brnoker profit of $350 was made. The Mrs. H. C. Douglas MrR. L. L. in her honor by them I Fronle Moody Saturday and Sun- Thon1flll. She has been confined
    Baptist 1V. M. S. will be held Plnholster, Mrs. Dickinson and daughter
    Chastain Parker, Miss
    and black ot the school dAY We
    teachers week. truly
    patrons I to her bed for a
    rang'-at and goblin H. B. Wiggins returned last :Wednesday afternoon, Oct 10. alI and others made this possible I Mrs. L. A. Brown, Mrs. Eugene Grace were In Starke and Camp Mr and Mrs Sampson Jflhnsonot hope she wilt Boon be well again.
    rge emblems ot week from WaycroRS, Ga. where p.m All members are requested through their contributions and Crosby, !\frs. Barney Andrews Blanding Saturday on business.Mr Gainesville were weekend
    Robert Taylor
    other Witches "Brew- "Ie visited his brother and other to be present. willingness to help. I :\Irs.! Paul Stewart, Mrs. R. F. and Mn. Elbt'rt Siblev were guests;: ot Mr and Mrs. John Mr and Mrs. ot Jacksonville -
    bobbing rela Uves. He wall accompanied I I The Home Demonstration Club Gano, Mrs. Lottie Edwards: and visiting/ In Green Cove Spring: Snowden.Mr. and daughter. Charlene
    and ppple I Refreshments and entertainments visiting relatives
    attractions. to Waycross by Mrs. \Vlgglns will meet at the Community Center Mrs H. P. Morgan Saturday. and Mrs. C. A. Johns, Jr.of were
    the were taken care of by the here Monday and spent Monday
    the Toe Wiggins, Mrs. George Monday Oct. 8 at 2:00: pm Closing prayer was by Mrs Mr and. Mr'l. J. A. Onnnn and Gainesville were visiting their
    rlll"l'( )f Later lams and lion Howell, who I !Visa Ross asks that'all members following persons and their hE'lp- Beulah Ilarreli little daughter Mary Lou 0' It, nndmoth'r, Mrs Belie JohnJ.: night with Mrs. Taylor's sister,
    bOl'k Dayn Will-I ers: Mrs\ J.V.. Kelly: and Mrs.R Mrs. T. N. Norman at HetibronnsMr
    sandwiches f joyed till day there, and "Iea"e be present.Mr During the social hour the Gainesville spent the weekend Sunday
    :} after, drinks were Mr. Wiggins for a few days' and Mrs B. H. Hardin and R. Carlton Wilson chicken Russ supper and hostess, assisted by !Mrs V. V. 'ltl1 their' mother, Mrs. J. P. Avery Johns of Tamps was and Mrs E. C. Sapp and
    ''d and : Mrs
    I I and sing Mr. and Mrs. M. M. l\Iatch..tt 'on. Rex, ot Jackllnnvllle were pie I Hazen served refreshments of DI'klnson. visiting his bl'other. L't.'rlc. and children ot Hellbronn Springs
    riavmg!! Mrs. C. L. Atkinson, hllmblll'gl'rIand I IMcfao
    e testivilies.r and children, Wayne anti Barbara dinner guests Sunday of E. T. hotdogs Mrs. 'hnborn and coffee and pie. Mr. and Mrll. O.V.. F.zell aid Lester Johns last Tuesday until were visiting Mr and Mrs. B.
    .tt.I Jean, spent the weekend In Plant Stewart and :\Ir. and o.trs. Paul Mrs ;lIarrell, cakes; Mrs.Whitten The next meeting will be heM lion, Jerry, and Mr and Mrs Sunday Sunday afternoon.
    ,II', ", given by the City. They were accompanied; Stewart. Cephus. h 10th Mrs at the church on Nov: 10. All Lynn Tomll1.on! and daughters: 1\h's. M. F. Wiggins: attended] Mrs Sue Myrick ot Lake Geneva -
    TranIli [ novelty : members asked to please bd! vlgitintatjrelr the funeral Mr. \Vasdln weekend with Mr.
    of the
    ",''H; t the home Sunday night by Mr. Mat'hett's err:: : and 1\h's. O. G. Lewis aid Green, fishpond; Mrs. Cain 01' Jacksonville were Leroy spent
    \r ,' at the home ( Sisters Mrs. Joe Dav daughters 'If JAcksonville spent country store; o.frs. Andrews, present parpntlll Mr and Mrs R at New Hope Monday and Mrs Robert Myrick.H. .
    Frank Brown, and Mrs Inzle Morrow M. Hprs..v and faintly Runday. Mr. Trubn Hodges has n 11.f'Rae:: and Mr. and Mrs.
    and who will 'Mnnday and Tuesday visiting I Ernest nuq and Ernest Edwards . . . .
    O"t 20. Game! remain for the week friends and relatives I Walter Swindell\ spent the weekend bright new cover on her house O.V.. McRae were visiting Mrs.
    .ght I 11t're. bingo; and A. J. :Mann ball and
    ban're81 sister Mrs. these days and Is having other T. N. Norman who Is11\ at her
    around 0 large S. E. Sparks nt Starke wa I Rev. C. A. Crosby spent a bottle T 11 visiting his Levy
    : nests ot sand- guest speaker at the Sunday week here visiting his son-In-law ere s s a I F'orllythe! In JII'klionvllle.fr. repair work done. I home Sat Heilbronn.
    a'S and cold drinks I morning and evening services at and daughter, :\Ir. and Mrs. J. \V. One ot the most popular events and Mrs Merle Paeknm! or MrR. Julia Johns and Mr. Avery I The Home Demonstration Club
    on a large picnic I the Baptist Churl'h. I Thomas. I ot the evening was! the Cake Walk Gainesville were weekend visitor'M Johns were visiting Mrs Mary met at the home ot Mrs. B. M.

    T F Brown and !' R. D. May was a weekend visitor ::\Ir. and :\frs.: Pitt Baxter have held nn the depot platform where lIy S. ,\. S.Mr their parents Mr. an,1Irs:: Whitehead In dford: last Thursday I Mcltae last' \VedneRday. Those
    Watterlon! assisted to Tallahassee.Mr returned home' after spending twelve beautiful cakes were given and Mrs. J. C, Cochrant \V. \V. P"rlcam and l1\1r. and Mrs I present were Mrs. W. E. Hall,
    Jlka ,lit serving and and Mrs. Audrey Turner a few days with Mrs. Baxtt'r's away: The climax at the close and daughter, Irene, and J. I.. Clyde Hnll. Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Sapp Mrs! Russell! Thomas Mrs. Robert
    and daughter, Betty of parents, Mr and Mrs Johnnie ot the evening came when Mr. Veale were business visitors tn Elmo McGee and Willis Swin- and little daughter/ Kay, of MVriek Mrs. J. W, McRae
    nee residence ot Mr vllle, were visiting Mr Gaines-I. I Lewis, In Jacksonville. i Morgan held the drawing for the Palatka Monday dell returned to Daytona Beach Gainesville nn.1In.! Robert Ward I' Mrs A. J. Fender Mrs. H. M.McRae .
    C Chastain was the B. L. Hnson: and family Sunday Rev Truby Parrish ot La Crosse lucky tickets on the shot gun Thomas Barnard of Jasper was Monday- where they are employed and children ot Starke were vis- and Mrs B. M. McRae.

    October meeting Friends regret to hear of the I was the guest speaker at the I and the washing machine. Everett visiting Miss Irene Cochrane bv M. M. Sqrgent Construction --- -- ----- --, ------ --- ------ ---- --
    .ouncll on We,nes-I I serious illness ot Ira Lester, who Baptist Church Sunday I Gainey held the ticket for the I Tuesday. 'I' Co ot K..ystnne Heights
    Pve Hobble Hall ot the U. R INTEGRITY
    Army, Ft. Jackson, S. C. spent +
    of conduct and dealing with better
    !1nnd"v; visiting relatives
    friends here. thoughtfulness and tcon-omy in all our

    I MI'''. James. Swlndt'll and son. serl.'ing-tnese mar k te reputable
    Larry, spent Sumhv with JIIr. quality of this well known firm.
    and Mrl'l.' Sidney arlrrh. and JIIr.
    and Mrs. \V. r.. Thlr.'I'11 In Starke. *1 I
    I Mr and Mrs Ben Lnper and
    ra rhl'drpn' Were visiting !\Ir. anr' I
    Mrs. Clyde Bradley In StarkeSunday. DEWITT C. JONES
    -, STARKE PHONE 7 '

    \V. S. Sibley and !Mrs Delaney AMBULANCE SERVICE
    I Dickinson' attended the Singing
    Convention In Live Oak last Sun- Funeral Director

    ', day.
    Mr and Mrs. Swlmlell of Starke Our local funeral home enables UI to

    ,,,, ., {r* Y ,., visited their mother Mrs S. R. offer conveniences Q n d serJic" not
    Swindell and family\ Sunday arter- :Jtherwse available.

    FO 0 Ip / noon.Master Ray Brookins of Hampton w. rurnlsh the hlghf's. type service at the lowest prices a4

    UNGLE spent the weekend with Doug- accept ANY tAte insurance policy In force: Issued by ANY con eplay

    JITNEYJ las Railey. u payment In part 01' In full on a fuDeral. Consultation
    carries no obligation.c .
    .4 To all interested persons: your
    ; AL4. ____ help Is needed at the Commnuit.f -- .
    a House Saturday. Lots ot work
    (: to be done-and this Is a project -
    for all the ,Community to share. '
    So come out and let's have fun nnLOEJtS' II\RDWARE }
    being together and working for c
    a worthy cause. Flooring HidIng Framing
    Don't forget to attend Church ..
    Sash Dams' Asbestos! !
    IIEHSIIEY or DIXIE CRYSTAL S P R y and Sunday School Sunday. '
    Shingles t: Skiing (Asphalt I

    SO SOAP POWDER, large 29c Shingles Steel, {'.-'lC'nt.BIt'kManolOravf'lC.lent.

    SOAP POWDER, large 29c S U G A R SHORTENING I N e; ; River' Metal 8;"_ Comp oiltion; Roofing i it(It

    ANn LONG RIDGE l\'ouJdlnlI" Screen Wire
    ium SWAN SOAP, 2 for 19c e e By :Mrs E. A. KappA KhcrNIn-1VIIIIwns' .

    I p .... -,
    5 I'AiNTS .
    axon SOAP POWDER, 3 for 25c tti.37 3 99 r.t : : ;
    lb. large crowd attended the I I Jlulnt Your louse A: F\lRIlASKS-3J '" :- ','

    Liquid STARCH 1 quart 20c Convention' Long Bridge Sun- Pay By The )Month jJ HOME WATER $WTJIW: r ra '):{:;
    day. Rev, Dixon, pastor ot Starke g .A. ,..., .-' ., .,..r ...
    I' -- I. Christian Church, delivered the \ I\""I\i'" \tii. ...
    21c ,
    BLEACH, 2 quarts - IN OUR MARKET 'Tornlng hour a large meRsag basket At dinner the noon war STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESPhone H:

    : I sprl'ad. In the afternoon Bro .IS Across. From S. A. L. Depot Delivery Service '
    I II Johnny Childress of Starke

    H FRUITS AND VEGETABLES I I. 1',1ULLET- ,Roe II,. - 18e Fresh PORK LIVER, tb. 35e ; t

    Large Fresh ('ountl'y Itound34c I

    I! STEAK, ft). -. 5ge ,
    NECK BONES 1t. 23e
    e POTATOES lO lbs. 1 1

    I f'r..h Pig 1r

    Washington CHITTERLINGS, Th. 20c PORK HAMS 1t. 53cS '
    LES De hClous 31b S. .. 2Ie I

    wilt"iONS .. ..

    ?, 3 lbs. ... .. 12c I: BEEF LIVER, ti.! SSe CRACKLINGS 1I00n. Made. tai. 10cTlfTR1TIPS + Y .

    !>;"Ift'.. Baby U..f. ;..\Ira.'" Brvwkfield'S .
    2 b 29
    l un. e ; CHUCK ROAST, ttJ. 49c BUTTER, lb. - 69cI ,

    1 A BA GAS I lb. - 5c !>i\\lft'" (*......) o' "'at
    '' White BACONr
    Sliced BACON, tb. 63c Ri.I 33e

    UMBERS 3 I lbs.-21c / s' T

    w SQUASH,__2 lbs. -_ 1 ISc Hip-O-Lite MARSHMALLOW CREAM 23c TilER 4 I

    S Ralllrd: DON'T L LET I PtJAPP/NGI/ ,

    U R Plain S. R. 5 1' 3ge SIiI NEWS I.ABEI. you
    or M I L K CA TCN,

    Fancy Long Grain RICE, 2 'lb. 2ge MACARONI 0
    m let, Carnation

    RETTES (Any Brand), Carton 1.79 .SPAGHETTI Borden's Silver Cow

    ey CHOCOLATE SYRUP, tb. 15c 3 Large 6 Small ,
    7 02' Pkg. \rsIal1\ 11MODERI

    Lily 5 lb. 39c :
    MEAL or GRITS, 36c 36c

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    111' "; BRADFORD ronvrv TF.LF.ORAPH.) ...WMr. .nR'PA FRIDAY NO'EMEf
    I : .$" :If I'OJ 0.\ 1011!
    ''I PAGE'' FOUR"
    'l, ,,,'' : 'I I Hallowe'en Parties St. Mark's Auxiliary Mrs. Faulk And WCTU Members songs followed by praY
    Circles r
    ';i'j""i. Two Hostesses Methodist : Mel Monday NightThe i Mrs. Walker Meet At Quigleys'Members J. F. Stewart MiRa by 1111
    ,' axon-Pope Events 011\1
    1' ; 1 Met MondayCircle Are Festive read the Pal\
    1 1jI j) '" j !''I(I :Mr. and Mrs. Albert! Q. Popeof Honor BrideElectAt During Past Week Auxiliary of St. Mark'sEpiscopal Hostesses At DinnerMrs. : of the W. C. T. U. Mrs. Jennie Thorny I le also' an

    ( ?O'l'7 1"t" ", Eau Gallie\ formerly of Hampton Luncheon One of the Methodist Church held Its regular Marion Faulk and Mrs. gathered at the home of Mrs.J. interesting ra\'e 11
    in the :
    met reading
    W. S. C. S. .
    \ of Church i Lou Durshlmer, T. Quigley frlday afternoonfor
    announce the marriage Miss Mary meeting Monday evening at the I Mrs.
    ''tl Caldwell t, whose Building Monday afternoon Hans Walker entertained at a W. N.
    Educational Johnson
    Jo their ,
    ?(ij;;,1 ; their only daughter YVeasle Ont- Miss Mary DCJ'and : assisted bv her brotherinlawand Service Center. I monthly meeting and '""
    .1:'31t''fir': ( ta, to Edward G. Saxon son of marriage to A. W. Anderson Jr. with Mrs. Herbert sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sel- Mrs. Mattie Gahagan, chairman. dinner party Sunday afternoonat to hear reports of the recent ably presided Or / "
    1.//i'I McIntosh of Hampton will be an event of November 12: Mrs. O. S. Newcomb as host- entertained a few of her State Convention In Daytona session. At the hUslnl
    .'h'?' ; ?i 1'4: Mrs. Bertha Presbyterian : lev led the business meeting at which Mrs. Faulk's Alhambra Drive close or tho
    ... ton, on Sunday, Oct. 21, In Kings- at five o'clock in the First esses. carriedout friends at an outdoor Hallowe'en time Mrs. Ben Rowland was elected apartment in Jacksonville. Beach, Ing refreshments mIn
    "'". Church, was complimented A Hallowe'en motif was evening at the The living room was made from were
    t Ga.VOTE Saturday *
    5, ,''h; land, decorations and re party chairman in charge of the A dinner was served a tea cart by ""
    Tuesday with a luncheon in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, lovely more attractive t>y tall vases of Mrs. Quigley the hostea,
    '\ \" titi 1 EXTTc.snand. for the meeting. parish dinner to be given Tues buffet style in the solarium to aSSisted
    'r.\ and freshments Nona St. fragrant, carnations, thagift Edna b
    Mrs. R. A Green Frank Durshimer on pink Noegel. : )YI(
    ', II. be sure you vote' for J. L. (Sam) given by Mrs. W. Q. Halle presided over day evening at 7 o'clock at the the honored guests, Mr. Walker !
    ; rIi McGrlff. The affair The group enjoyed roasting Center. Mrs. Bert Simmons of F. A Scett, in memoryof
    ,01 G. J. leader. gavean
    'Ii, .' ,,Anderson for Mayor. Mrs. the business meeting. A new whose birthday anniversary fell
    to\ II"ifJ' Mrs. J. B. Cottrell was electedto welners and marshmallows on the Interesting talk on "St. Mar on Tuesday and Mrs. Faulk's son, his wife who throughout her ---

    :I' ., I take the place of Mrs. O. 1.. outdoor fireplace and bobbed for garet's House in Berkeley, Calif.", Vincent, who was home on leave life was an ardent Temperance

    I Haynes. Plans were made for the apples. Following a Treasure Hunt a training school for women interested from service In the Army. worker and member of. the W. C.
    which will\ the young folks went around the in church work. I T. U.

    : j. J1;; ATTENTION HUNTERS Bazaar ake place and food Nov. sale 19 I! neighborhood. for "Tricks orTreats" Mrs. R. J. Davis and Mrs. L F. afternoon Many guests in honor called of during the occa the The meeting was most Inter

    ; ; The devotional was! led by Mrs. Smith, Jr. :were hostesses for the sion. -- esting throughout, opening with
    : Clifford Williams of Tampa, State i Enjoying the evening with evening. I grouft singing of Temperance H STj.lie.n of/Jon,Tnii
    t" !' Special Prices On GUN SHELLS! Officer of the W. S. C. S. The Mary Lou were Vivian McRae, Mrs. Walker also entertainedat Pop Com:.. It it mode, tr.tnullm ,
    a small informal dinner party ilu mm dtliuuui
    r 'Irst of Missionary study :Marion McRae, Idell Landrum, .. ,, pp
    chapter ,
    LewisBurgustOf at her home Don't forget to vote next Tuesday corn "grmn' s-luik Dfcon l
    Tuesday evening
    '; ,;' vas given by Mrs. W. L. Blair. .Barney McRae, Tommy Hamilton, fu'..-,of .ll ntipn., ,"
    } ( 6 Church Street for Mr. Walker, and don't forget SAM'S TilE pop corn billi and ,
    Saturday Nov. Pete Douglas Tommy Harding wontot '
    ,j\j.J.J ((\ \. ; Members of Circle Two were Roy and Edith Ray.- the marriage interest to of friends Granville here Kirk wa whose birthday fell on that date MAN.'( Elect J. L. (Sam) Ander Easy]r '10 mtkclALVAREZ'
    and Mrs. W. M. whose son.
    ''f ,.,. i I Ii( : entertained at the home of I Wimberly
    Lewis and Miss Jean
    I Elizabeth
    Mrs.l r of the Junior
    Member Groupof i birthday was on Wednesday. ,
    t .: ". r.J- ) cars Johns' on Water Street. the Methodist Youth Fellow I Burgust, both of Apopka, which -- --
    and Helping to celebrate the double
    L.W. Koch presided
    l' 'I' i'I I"I Mrs. ship, with, a few Invited guests, was performed Friday eveningOct. occasion were Mr. Wimberly, Mr.
    Mrs. I. P. Shepherd
    t iffercd prayer. IllUf!BI
    j'i 22, In the First PresbyterianChurch Men's.Clothing
    13 entertained Green STORE
    Nov. were by Judy '
    < ". 1 Saturday, 2 after gave which an Mrs.Inspiring Wood devotional and Mrs., Thursday evening of last week In Apopka.The and Faulk.Mrs. R. A. Weeks and Mrs. II EstablNhel 1894

    'A t. .t ,r ;1< -J e'' interest- at her home on N. Walnut StHallowe'en bridegroom Is the son of -
    : presented an
    i 4 $It;, McIntosh G. K. Lewis and the grandson or
    1... decorations and'
    '. ', .1 I ng study of life In Puerto Rico. .J
    t ty :t';1 REMINGTON: : SURE SHOT Mrs. Johns assisted by her colored lights were used to decor Mrs. Lillie S. Lewis, former real

    j\?\ ; EXPRESS 3 h Or WESTERN Express- .,, mother, Mrs. Redgrave!' Sandra ate the lawn where this outdoor dents of Starke. ..
    j"I I
    :" .1. *j Johns and Miss Kate Struth, party was held. Games and con- Following the double ring ceremony 1
    i .0 : 'I }a' ., 12 ga.--------- 2.10 12 Ka. --- ----- 1.90 : served delicious refreshments' tests were enjoyed and novelty performed by Dr. Robert

    1' I,, '," 'I f. 16 ga. _-. ----- 2.30 16 ga. -- ----- 1.73T following the meeting.was prize won by Billy Weldon. The Owen Thomas of Winter Park.

    !"'L II':, 20 ga. -------- 2.10 20 ga. -------- 1.70 I appearance of "grandpa and the bride's parents entertainedat '
    i3 I I" .\ ,'> T given at the Green home on grandma" in colorful costumes, a reception. Among those as- 1

    ,, ; :" I f y I North Walnut Street. Impersonated bv Mrs. L. S. Hut- slating was the bridegroom's aunt PricesSmart

    ,I if'' rJ.& j( 410 ga. Remington, Express, Western Super X Guests were seated at Individual to and Mrs. Shellle Hall added Mrs. J. C. Robinson of Apopka, Budqet Pleasinq
    tables In the living room and much merriment to the occasion. who received guests at the door
    ""t I _______ 1.70 3 in. 1.9- and four miniature
    .. ..:; ,t lf 2'in. ----.----- nun porch Delicious refreshments were i
    \, J" nosegays of pink pompoms and served by Mrs. Lloyd Green as- SAM'S THE !MAN! Elect 1. L. housewives' count ontheir
    \ r' ;
    . ", sisted Mrs. Carolyn Kinney .
    ;"" it: 1'"': u.I I REMINGTON: EXPRESS BUCK SHOT each table. The luncheon was and Miss by Sharon Hall. Favors of next TII_Iu)', Nov. 9. a friendly AAP: for dependably (
    served buffet style from a beautifully / fresh bakery treats
    .,'" "Ir,,.' I II1'I'f t 12 ga. or) 16 ga. _-- ----- -- _'J.,-)0 appointed table covered with Inllypop were given to the thirty- staiTf *' -A wide selection. attrae- '
    "'/ .:. j five young guests from their (
    ,;t \'" I'..... a I bee cloth, centered with a hostess. IX STARKE P tlx-ly<< priced means time and
    .,t! /)' .' ,;.t\.tJ crystal epergne holding tiny pink EVERY "TIIt'RSDAY (. -
    (LIMIT: OF 5 BOXES PER CUSTOMER: ) pompoms and fern. At each end Mary Sue Epperson was hostess v. .; /1 money saved for you. -

    J 1 f\ : i of the table were silver candle to a group of young folks DR. BERNARD FORREST ( TALCO

    \ holders, with burning pink tapers. Saturday evening at the horn OPTOMETRISTEyes Pti.'q -S 2,; a. Bi

    t. HARDWARE The guest of honor was presented I of her'' parents on Washington SCRATCH: FEED .
    ; h BRADFORD .with, aplecp" of china InI Street, after their tour of the Examined b !rtf' "V 1,13"f"

    her chosenjj.pattern and a lovely town for,"tricks or treats". GliiMHes Fitted TALCO .
    '; t Starke, Fla.Frederic's corsage of white chysanthemums 2i It. BIO
    \ games were played And Complete VlauaJ LAYING
    !.I"t t I' from her hostess as a gift of followed by dancing and refresh Service! MASH '" 1.19

    i'1' ;f remembrance. ments. BACK AGAIN!
    : Invited to enjoy the affair with _
    the evening with TALCO
    1.f t 'f; Miss Caldwell were Mrs. J, C.I I Enjoying OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE JANE PARKER'S FAMOUS 25 Ib. BIO
    Mary Sue were Martha Landrum,
    I i i Caldwell Miss Lila Rae Caldwell GROWING MASH .
    t'i' l : Nancy DuPre Norma Canova, 1.19
    Mrs. F F.
    Mrs E. L. Matthews
    } i". ;. \. Stump, Mrs. R. P. Stubblns, Mrs. Lucille McRae, Johnny Kopel-
    .j j, y ; I II J.. R. Kite, ,Mrs. W. B. Mundy, ousos, Marion Harrington, Tom 100 tt>. i BIO\
    McClane, Cresslef, Jimmy
    Z\I: Mrs. C, H.. Nasworthy, Mrs. J. Davis and Billy Bo Knight. SCRATCH FEED 4.49
    M. Hembree, Mrs. p D. Fancher, THANK YOU!

    Mrs. J. G. Godwin Mrs. J. A. An orange and black color TALCO
    4 Bouvier, Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde, scheme was carried out in decorating 100 lb.) BIO

    Mrs. J, C. Wallace, Mrs. J. L. by Mrs. W. A,,Bessent when $ THANK YOU! LAYING MASH 4.69

    Anderson, Mrs. A, W. Anderson, she entertained.. Saturday evening'at 5 lb. $3.85

    t Mrs L A Shepherd. MYs. Martin a Hallowe'en party for her 3 ft. TALCO
    l 1 Griner, Mrs. L. F. Chapman, Mrs. children, William and Mary Carol. Words Cannot Express My $2.45 1001 ID. BIO

    ...,.fYt 4114140418P O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W, 'Pumpkin faces, skeletons, crepe 1 /* ti.i.25 GROWING MASH 4.69
    1 Klncaid.Orcfor. Gratitude'Sincerely;
    ; IJl paper streamers and jack-o-lan- I ... ,
    I terns were used In decorating the. SELF-RISING

    ', \ Bessent home on W. Madison St. FLOUR .25 t lb. 1.39
    r Hallowe'en games'consisting (
    : Hall of Horror and'a +
    apple race
    : ghost game. were played and first. Charles E. Bennett 0 III ." r' IONA SELF-RISING' OR PLAIN

    'I $1 0 Permanent prize won by Randall Davis and lit FLOUR ,_ 10 t lb. -.60c I

    booby prize by Rodney Struth. CongressmanElectIMPORTANT
    '''7. '
    'FOR '':_ Mrs. Bessent was assisted in
    1 ( "" __ I in
    ONLY entertaining the / folks bv
    : ,J : JANE PARKER
    eq,00Tti0 Mrs. Janie Cooley, Mrs.( Floyd dexo SHORTENING 1.07
    !t : Contains ,? 7 Imo Green and daughter/; Anise, and GOLDEN
    \ .
    CI8TINE .
    11 I Mrs. Earl Searing A&P:
    \ a1' \ A Necessary Element for Guests included Linda Kay MAN SALAD
    ." Reconditioning the Hair. Sail", Carol and Burge Searing, LOAFCAKE 31c
    of Rodney Struth, Byron Newcomb, The man In your IT. 8. Army*,
    ,\ "4, Randall Davis, Rose & U.S. Air Force
    Margaret : Army recruit-j!
    h w Oil Shampoo & Set yourPHOTO.GREETING
    J ,) 75 Duncan Sandra Johns, Kay Roland 'Ing station hold an Important* RICE.Slb.tt

    ., "L ; Plus Manicure i CARDS Jimmy, Patsy and Jackie ,>oNiton.! He's a representative=* !
    : Hobbs. 'if the biggest and most lmportant -| ;

    ,.;f I For One Week Only! all -LC -bUHlne it In the G a Northern BEANS Ib. 2fc

    t St. Mark's To Hold lie's qualified. and worlll'l 17 OZ.EACH .
    '4 ,,j +', 'i Introducing Mrs. Ileba Formerly of to hold thiN job because ""
    rlJ\ ; Bring in favorite Kick-Off Dinner 25"- Baby Lime BEANS 2.r.
    '41:4 Delores Beauty Shop in Gainesville Now your snap specially trained and (' .: 2 lb. -
    -J'\ shot negative today, and i .elwted to guide young menn :
    .\ ,\\ Associated With Lady Fair. :Members! of St. Mark's Fplsrorml !
    ; Blackeye .
    \ F' J select the design .you want. Church will attend a kick-off ,'hoo..ln.r. n career Why |I'.t! Jo'I.OIunIJRE SJ-n &. DRAWN lb. : PEAS, 2 lb. 2t"
    : I 't for the recruiter to
    j\ftj' t LADY FAIR BEAUTY SALON dinner for Its annunl "Every I\tt'm.1 have such high ntamliiriN uf| FRYERS - 65c Regular: or Fish Flavored
    Camera ber Canvass" next '
    Hollywood Tuesday evening -
    : training and experience! I(<>-| SLICED, RIMLESS BREAKFAST lb.Daily DOG FOOD, :3 Cans _iv
    at 7 o'clock in the Service j.
    \\th Phone 18 mine! never l before ha Amerlran -
    'I I & (.ift Shop Center. BACON - 63c MM H BMI MB

    ;, 'kr s.r.. l ,!:!; II NO APPOINTMENT. ;NECESSARY, r ... full "Ir...' ill Knllronil eral:Mrs.! chairman R. B. Rowland for the Is. the ''! valuable youth! oip been -
    ..1 i !M1 dlnnl'r.1 I story now at HAMS - 59c
    assisted( by other members I 4. Army and I'. S. Air Force! -
    Woman's Auxiliary:> under tha KND: CIT; tb. tK At
    leci-ultiiig Station, Post Of.I CABBAGE -
    STRONG WELL BUILT leadership of Mrs. Mottle P. Gn- I eacht( PORK CHOPS "
    I Ire H.illd'ni, Slarke, Fla., 59c _
    hnj//' The Rt. Rev.
    Kitchen n. president.
    ; :Monday from 9 A. M. until 13iKxin :
    'n nnd Mrs. Frank A, Juhan, and
    CARROTS 1 19e
    I or Post Office Building, SUPER RIGHT LAMB 2 bunches -
    the Rt. Rev. and Mrs Hamilton" ,

    Jed Cabinets Coil I West of Jacksonville have been Ilirougih 1.IIIC''III.'Iurldll Saturday. Monday Legs, ID. 69c ;i.7 '
    (Invited as special guests The Rev I LETTUCE .19c
    Fred Yerkes. Jr., Archdeacon, I r .... Rib Chops, lb. 75c 2 heads "

    (!Equal= To The nnd the Rev and Mrs. S. W Cren- I Shoulder Th. _
    69.50 Ones.) SpringsDouble ,sev," hAve also been extended Invitations 1------ = ONIONS, 3 lb. 14c
    to attend. SUPER
    RIGHT Western BEEF
    4M XOW The tentative budget for the
    >, I coming year as prepared by the AeRSTARKE Chuck Roast, tI>. 69c CAULIFLOWER, head 33c|

    and Single I Finance Committee composed of FL-: Rib or Brisket, lb. 39c -
    59 50 I R. J. Davis. Richard Kidd ami, .
    Sizes James Blackshenr, will be pre- Fresh Ground Beef, lb. 53c Slie 46 or saGRAPEFRUIT
    i Sun., :\ICln., Nov. 7. 8 19c
    penented and voted upon. Following
    ; Flour Bin Drawer for Silverware 4 for "
    the kick-off dinner next
    'F 1 Storage for Groceries; Shelves for 14.95 Tuesday evening, several meetingsof MULLET, lb. 23c -
    renton Fouler & Itellta
    ..I ])Ishe :
    ,, y I Every housewife should have the Vestry and canvassers will !o'l7e 130':\ "
    Al"o "I>rumm<'r :Man" & New PICNIC
    one in her kitchen.: .- be held before the general canvass HAMS, lb. 47c ORANGES 2 dozen for' 39c

    If li ,. Ir r.. of the membership is held Turn.. Nov. 9 ONLY FREo! Il. nt'LK ,

    DISPLAY OF CHRISTMAS later in the month for pledgesfor THE SHANGHAI COTTAGE
    SEE OUR CHEESE lb. 21c
    :Yu EXTRA the work of the Episcopal WHITE
    Church In this GESTUREGene
    Bargain! and Its community general mUsionary thDiocese Ttl"nt"'Y1c.tor Mature ALL FLAVORS: pklt. POTATOES 10 lb. bag. jjc

    work. AN "Jamalro" Jt Newsttetl. SPARKLE PUDDINGS
    All members of St. Mark's
    Church are urged/ to attend the ... Tliiira.! Nov. 10. 11 I Itf'jtular 28c
    Baby ; BLI'E SiTKKAK: .
    I" |
    ; 4 dinner next Tuesday evening All nOfULE: FEATt'RENEW Woodbury Soap, 3 for.

    k I r children of the church are most ORLEANS RICE 2 lb. Bag 25c

    t N" i'' welcome to the dinner. Louis & 1 17..c:
    Cribs ArmMronic Rand &: Ann Blue White Flakes 2 f for
    Woody tlernmn & Or'hC'.traOVERL Page BE.ANS; In Tomato Sauce With __

    BHS Glee Club Pork 16 oz. eon lOc (".
    Morton house I
    : To Present ConcertMembers DERS .1 IClna 27cTTi .:
    '' r '' 16 01: CS GRAVY -
    'I' BUY E AR L'Yt26th' { & BEEF -
    Chip Kafferty, Uapfine Camphell ''REAWITRPORK .
    t of the R.. H. S. Glee' \ ;3 for 25c -

    j Choice of Ivory & Maple And Avoid The Rush! Club will present a concert Tuesday !- Also World New. Ann rage, BOSTON Vie ?
    STYLI: ]13 'na. -
    a' evening, November 23. at OZ CAN Sltu.age; can _
    Strong Link Spring We A Line 8:15: p.m. at the U. S_ O. Audi Fri, Sat.. N,n-. 12. 13 BEANS WITH .PORK lOc
    Carry Large
    torium, entitled )Momenta DOUBLE FEATURE 25..:
    l Hardwood Construction cal". -" Musl.1 Kilzum Insecticide, pintt -
    I .. Topper .
    I .I A variety of Starring Joan Blondell

    FACT'YOU CAN DO BETTER AT presented including choruses by BINDSONG I
    IT'S A the Glee Club, novelty numbersby
    soloists and small ensemblesand

    Denmark Furniture Co. a one act comic operetta
    "Dizzy Baton", With Tex Klttrr

    Also "Chew. Chew Baby" and
    PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA. SVM'S THE :MAN for MAYOR.J. New Chapter "Jr. -Men.."
    L. (Sam Anderson will appreciate '- 300.302 E. CALL

    GSk 11' r your vote next Tueoday. _. ST. STARKE, FLA.



    .YU -
    -- .
    1 },fro and Mrs. Edward IT. Char- Miss Ruth Simpson of Miami 410 Meeting\ 8tr....t, Charleston H. P.. Kverybody'n raving "SAM'S' ,

    bonneau Worcester, Mass. will was the weekend guest of Miss You J'.mb..r are hereby ti, IJHh.required In the to appearon ni...ov. TilE MAN. Let's elect J. L

    TS of LOCAL NEWS] arrive next Tuesday to spend the Freddie Wimberly.Mrs. plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce online, Bradford wherein (Sam) Andermin. our MAYOR" BRADFORD COUNTY. )
    : : next
    winter months at their home on Mae Edwards returned County Telegraph' shall publish thin Tulay.STUART'S i
    Monroe St. Order. 'In next four weekly 'IKHUVH.WltneMH .
    home Sunday after spending four my hand and, official
    E. A. Hall and Mrs. U. S. Balls of Nashville I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Broadwayand weeks in Daytona Beach visitingher meal at .Nturke. Florida thin November GAME PROTECTION ASS'N.WILL \
    31rs of Mr.brother Tenn. is here with her daughter children and L. M. Gaines son and family. I S. 1948.OFF1L1AU i .
    guests ( SKATA.. J. Thomas
    re the E. A Wink.family Mrs. C. R. Oakes, who has been j, visited Mrs. L. M. Henderson in Mrs. Inez Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. An 4'ltrk of said l',mrtHv .

    The Halls re- recovering from a recent opera I j Jasper Sunday. Alton Dobbs and daughter, Eloise John .1. llt-nderiiun Haven.Crosby| St. ,AIIICUHtine. 1>. O- I PAY
    med to the States af- tion. Friends of Mrs. Oakes are i i i Ladies' half size dresses spent Thursday afternoon of last Florida, i ,t '

    J Hawaii, and plan glad to know that she Is able to 16'/i' to 2.. '/= at STUMP'S. I week visiting Mrs. Annie Kelly Attyn. for rif__ 11-5 4t 11.26 I 1
    IS be out again after her illness. I| near Raiford. I
    in Starkeour Fred Guy of Gainesville and G. .A $
    .h..toBrai.hlc.. and See the bnvs' and girls' top S. Newcomb of Starke attendedthe Your picture on a beautiful
    l Chrl..tmrard... coats at STUMP'S.Miss : American Bottlers' of Car Christmas Card. The hoover EXPERT 5O
    w .otl I Camera & Helena Ranly of Cincinattl I I bonated Beverages convention in Bro*. Studio. 1PS. .
    IIY Ohio was the house guest of Dr. Jacksonville the early part of the Mr;. and Mrs. Dave Swindell o' tdroSERVICE ,

    )irs. Bernard Pedersen and Mrs. A. Y. Covington from week. Lakeland were weekend guest" c I

    Thursday evening oft Thursday until Monday. On Sun- I Mrs. W. B. Mundy and daughter. of H. O. Lawson at the home o' conviction of
    Mr and Mrs. Edward day the Covingtona Mr. and Mrs. Jean, and Lou Green were Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson. For the arrest and
    from Call- W. W. Thurman and daughter
    Ie en route In Jacksonville Saturday on bus Miss Ada Tanner and Miss Antoinette
    their home In Miami. Jean, and Miss Ranly spent the ]Hess. Tanner stopped at th the first adult GAME HOG kill-

    day at Lochloosa. I Miss Ann Wilt of Willis, Mich Starke Hotel Monday night whl1.-
    I ty.4 saying SAM' Your frienls can buy anythingyou I arrived by plane Sunday to spend enroute from their home In Wash ing quail in this county before

    '. l..t.I! elect J. Lour can give them-evoept your I two weeks with her grandparents.Dr. ington, D. C. to Pass-a-Qrillr ;'e / 1 t I .a. I
    Ie..n, MAYOR photograph. The Hoover BroH.! and Mrs. Lemual Col.ion. Beach where they hill spend the p a! season.
    studio Call In ..*,..
    y. I IMour lovely pictures winter. ,

    I Hoover on Ilron.Christmas. Studio C'artN. The Cut your cost of living OFFICERS NOT ELIGIBLE '.J Mtirr! : "' .

    by huvinc Star Brand Shoes ,.,' .
    Chas. C.
    Branch ofINSURANCE Mrs. A. W. Anderson returned
    Y Monday from Pittsburgh, Pa. at STUMP'S.Mr CYCLE SHOP Help protect our quail. Honor the
    where she and Mrs. Ernest Green o' ShepherdAt
    spent the past month
    visiting/ her son-in-law and daughter Gainesville were Sunday gxiestr" Gay's'Service Station Temple Ave. A10th St. closed farms and the closed season

    __._._'_ ._____.__..u Mr. and Mrs. Edward J of Mr. and Mrs W. M. Wimberly star!...., 'I"'ltl1 ,
    !Schwab and their month old I Mrs. May Dickens has returnerto I I I
    her home In Sanford aftei - -. - -
    daughter. Ruth Ann.
    \WALL AGENCY t Mrs. Laura I. Powell and daughter spending several months in Starke .JV .4'W ...'V'- -
    Mrs. L. E. Miner spent a with relatives. She was accompanied -

    14G few days this week with Mrs. T. home by Mrs. J. M SET YOUR BUDGET RIGHT AT
    PLEASE: PHONE fjjQf G. Carter In Providence.Mrs. Brownlee and Mrs. J.Vl1sor .
    who spent the day with Mrs
    W. H. Nollman was in
    Constant Service Over 50 Years Ashvllle, N. C. the early part of Dicken's sister, Mrs. A. B. Wai 113 EAST STARKE,

    '' the week on business. lace.Mr. CALL ST. FLA.Specials. i
    -..------, Maiden Form and lossard; and Mrs. Bennett Howe:
    Brassiere at STUMP'S. of Mendon, Mich. arrived her

    lASSIFIED Patrolman Hal Gillen spentthe Sunday to make their home tr

    latter part of last week in the Hartman agirtments. Mr We Reserve For
    Fitzgerald, Ga. on business. Howes has taken' a position witt .

    Pump Trucks, OrnitCM FOR IlKNT 2-ronm and, hath ..a.1 Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dampier the .Hartman Mfg. Co. I The Right SUPER STORES' Friday &
    a'ti.'I, ", ,clog. ('arl Murn l hln14. Also cnlilnM without hall and son. Billy, spent Sunday in A dainty picture of your baby To LimitQuantities Saturday
    '* *< KxriiVBtlnK. 2 Weekly rates. '.. mile Mouth of Klssimmee visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. on your dirhtmiM Card The
    arhe III. H)0)) 4tp I 11-5 I "Starke, Route toil. I'lnehiirxt,
    Tourist Court Phone 17 ring: 1-1. H. Stefee.' Hoover Bros S lIIllo., Nov. 5 & 6
    strawberry 3tp 11-5 I I Col. and Mrs. M. O. Thrower anc' Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs

    144OSttrAtisMIlnhsrY Custom
    >f hy. the bed. Tractor Work
    lid of their sister Mrs. S. TDell
    1P Starke. were Sunday guests o'
    I Urt-fiklne NewI "n,' Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Griffts. Friend In Gainesville: .
    IpAKTMRNTsuitable'Din iitlimpnt| | : apply 10 Years Kvperlrnre: of the Throwers will be Interested! : Mrs. Herbert Dahl of Jackson !
    r "lemii-rH, phone 88. It Write O.r See to hear they are' expecting to 1 ville was the guest last .week

    IPEP 'I'll< at'CTKEn n.t. A. L. Kahr Jr. be transferred to Japan in the of her cousin, Mrs Errol Alvarear FRESH MEAT FISH
    It t. Jocid. opening: Sell. KAKI.F.TO.V. FLOKIDV I near future. and aunt, Mrs. Laura Johns. The
    l.o.-Iphtl\| Products In
    : many Starke friends of Mrs.
    lily. 1500 families Pro- FOR SALE: Sewing machines; Your portrait nvule bv the Hooter '
    25 years" Year aroundrk treadles, consoles electrlcH. AllKtiaranteed. Bros. Studio will make a Dahl will regret to hear of tho
    I'ro'lt"v''e ", Sewing Shop, 1501 \\'.
    ; large death of her father, I. J. Reddish.
    L D-pt. J-270-1378 Main St S.. GulneHVllle, Fla... 1'hnnn delightful Christina' present. 1
    ITenn.: 3tj 11dCBE.11' 1s17-Xrt. Itp Dr. and Mrs. F.V.. Kokomoorwere Mr. Parrish was a resident of '

    I Franklin WANTED 7'() BUY: ('n"h waiting Sunday guests' of Judge and Bradford ,County all of his life C
    i draft wood heater; 1 for your old sewing nIlH'hln.lny/ Mrs. E K. Perryman. until moving to Jacksonville 13: BEEF LIVER lb. 55
    lil-buniliiir circulating condition. Sewing Shop inoi W.
    "i years ago to make his home.
    'John Uglow and Mrs. C. F.
    iith In grind condition. Main "St. S., C.alneBvllle, Fla., Ph.
    County Telegraph If 1217-xn. Itp Ward with their guests Mrs. R. Have your children' picture .
    T., Bell and Mrs. C. S. McCormack made now in time for your Chrtot-
    modern hoiinon FOR 8AL.r7: llvfrylnic" fhlfkenn
    % SI |25(0)-rftHh $1000to ) 3 II). average (lime & "Ret, them. spent Thursday in Jack man. prewnta." The Hoover Bros.. I .
    410 H. Twining Park St.. "'t..rk-l Studio. ,
    ""11 Inquire at
    Stnrke. lip "'I. F. of inn blk of S. Water St. sonville visiting relatives and FRESH tt. 'SHORT WESTERN ,lb.I .
    P. O. Box 321. UpMI' friends.

    by day. week, or month.npipln ... HKI.I/AT Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop, Sr.. : '

    T AT OXt'K: Large
    | f rooms Apply lriRCI IT fOI HT. IlIt.'I''OIIU
    |-, 321 Temple Ave liP lake-front cottage, Lake Brooklyn, Mrs. William Powell and H. A. 'Oivri. F1.0HI1I IN tH 4\- c
    Keystone Heights, all m"l..rn.N..ar Jr. will attend the Independent CKHV.Annnliolle. I SAUSAGE :
    Bishop SPARE
    H-rooin house furnlnhIngilny YMCV: Camp K F. IVnuett llrnwn KllrrtH, Plaintiff' : RIBS,35
    I.ake. Jail heat Box 101, Keystone Heights Kin. Telephone Convention in va, Venn T. I.lterh. Defendant
    .. ale refrln.. hot water,, Itp Sarasota next Monday and Tues- faxe.. No 6026.OIIUKII 1
    un. 2 screened porches OK lll.iriTIOM AMIMOTH
    -tea-all I day.Mr. 'H '10 4I I'i1.IH:
    -----------.1. and Mrs. Guy Edwards and STATE: OK FLORIDA I to: I
    Mode, Ml apartment 3 : daughter, Ruth, and Miss Bonnie Glenn I, ;T.' KIlertH. whose: VfHMemennd i
    addreitH I hint known In 1901 St.
    "..cl.fuinlxhed.. KlaclrloV Andrews spent Sunday attf'r.noon'vlslUng Lawrence Street B..loll.VI."ln l'
    S. P. ROWELL ::
    .k, left. \ dirt Mil, road East "f at I 1 Mr. and Mr*. H. M. You are hereby. required to appearon BUTTER **'
    _SPlrllUelist.Medium Dpc..mb..r 6 1'I4H! In the above : / PATTIES .r
    |ridge then drive 1-m41aU' & HealerI Reddtng'nean, have babv'a<' State.picture Farm.it on your County named plaintiff Court Telegraph seeks' and divorce shall cause publish. Bradford wherein thin 2 lb. 35

    uliito, leather, billfold. TELL YOU! (Christmas Card thin' Season. Order In next four weekly I KM urn. '
    liiirlt raid & other
    ) pa The Hoover Bro Studio. 1 Witness I my hand and official ,
    blf nly to owner con State & Licenses I
    County Meal at .Starke. Florida .thin November
    Violet. Hliiitlnhotham.iiiirn .' A. W. Sweat 'i her at Blue Bird Route 2, Box 48-C retired policeman was the guestof ( SEAL) A, J Thomax
    Itp Alf Clerk of said Court
    STARKK, FLORIDA his Ulster, Mrs. Mamie Johns Bv Haven Crosby, D. C. 1

    V imvtlOH Mr> Merrill Bee J
    hit lovely line of Xmas North Of Starke Gotham Gold: ? Str'ne' Nylon for Pit__ 11-5 ,U 11-J6' ,
    you buy 2tp U..135.ro"m

    1 furnlxhed house --------- Hosiery. and at Mrs.STUMP'S.Mr. Alton Dobbs. Rev. Iv rlltrtlr fOfllT. IlIt.'OI/'OIlIl 28"FRANKS i
    In Ity U.! K. Demurest /.'ol's'rY. KI.WIIIUAl l> <'ll."%- OLEOMARGARINE 39 -
    I Place ItpI INSURANCE writ all Iln*.: and Mrs. W. E. Hall and Mrs. KIIV.Porothy. : ;
    fire, automobile liability. and Inez Kelly spent Sunday in Jack Margaret Martin, Plaintiff. ; I .
    I, bluiud-faced. etock'i life. See me for your Insurance vx. (eoi-Ke" Wlllliim Martin Defendant .
    horse wt. need N. D. Wainwright, Jr., 129.. sonville. Case No. fi9 n2.OHDRIt \ '
    11 I Seek thud saddle on W CaT St, Phone 164 Mrs. Mae Jones and Mr. and I : OP 11 lll.iriTlnXM "
    away Reasonable' re-
    Kin .lmlt h. It I MATTRESSESOF Mrs. W. D. Jones of Jackson OK Fl..lltlliA tot LARGE ROE .
    ALL KINDS ville were Sunday guests of Dr. ,,0..orK"Vllllan Martin, whnK. resLlenee lb.
    and addrexn In: 2fiti5 Kant18th
    YOUR TIMBER RENOVATED and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Mrs Street Brooklyn, New Yorki I
    NOW Mae Jones staved on to visit her Yon are hereby required to appear
    Cash Prices Paid I sister. Mrs. Mlddleton, for the on named December Court 8.and 1048! In the whereinTilalntlff above
    I IBUY week. i seeks ,II vor..aUNe..... Bradford. MULLET 29FRESH ;
    I I County Telegraph", shall. publish thinOrder ;
    fx: BULK :Six beautiful portraits" of yoir- In next four weeklyesues/ ,
    It I IN UNIT f4 !nelflll' solve M\ problem! for 'I I Witness my hand and official
    your Clirlttnias present' The ,, Heal at Ktarke. Flurldiv thlH November -

    nx-v V. PECK Hooter Br.... Studio. I I ( n. 194a.UFFIriAI.I. SEAL) A. J.. ThotlinxAM
    I Miss Marion Brown home I
    1.0. Box 463 Ttv Haven Cronliv': D. C' PINT FRESH tb.
    inesville for the weekend with her parents T. Frank I.n ml, rum, Stnrke"' 1 Florida ,, F
    | Fla.
    AND REFINISHEDDrop Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brown, fromF. Attyii. for 1'lf.__ 11-5 4t 11-2C I
    I'H A Card S. U. I I IGotham
    f a postcard and I MATTRESS CO. IN <'nici'IT (' >iirr. mi tiir )uullerman 79 39
    II STI
    come see ; Old Stripe Nylon 1.1111'l. 'I.UII1U\1 I" 1'111\- SHRIMP M
    you. Box 230 Fulatka, Hosiery at STUMP'S.Don't ; C'II": .
    I Mootle, "",''nllff. vx. T.u-
    i-ll.. Faster Kuntle, Defendant Caxr' C1 C
    forget: to vote next Tuesday No. 5'I55.OIIIIill. '
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    'f'' and don't forget S\:\I'S TIIK: >OTH'i'I'll riM'\it
    I )1.\S. Elect': .1. I.. (!Sum) ..VvJerson. STATE OF FI.OFUDA to: PEACOCK BLUE ROSERICE ,
    I.nclla Foxier. Hootln, whose rexldenie .,

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    use our LAY AWAY' PLAN and maker During NOVEMBER' OnlyFirst APPLE JELLY 25 "PUMPKIN 10 c a

    "purchases WOl' with a small-deposit.by .

    not pay us a visit and look over the e
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    until Christmas f SARDINES; 19c I GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 15c



    Phone 203 Temple Ave. & Pratt St. POTATOES 10 n.. 35Cfor lit 6

    >ch Drug Store STARKE. FLORIDA :

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    ,.fll,. ORDER OK" PfBLir-ATION PturVd, Florida, thla October cult Court of Florida Elvhth' Judicial 22 East, containing twenty-three I m riRCtiT roi.HT. m nponi/[Order In next four weekly IHHUCH. I IITATR! 0. ISla
    { I CIHCIIT: COfHT.FI.OHIUtl. KRAUPORHIN f.t Circuit In BradfordCounty. un tHNICKRV. Wltneaa hand
    TO APPEAR 1919. acres.You COI-NTY. VLOMIUtl IN: -| my and official Myra1.) AruwF
    1 nl'\TY' CHA.Ni'lRxr. STATE OK" FLORIDA to F Mt. REAL: ) A. J. Thomas In c that oer- are, therefore. hereby required .I I at :.Stark, Florida thld'" October Unknown" ., ,
    Clerk of Mid Court. lain entitled In Re: EllxuhethPeahler. 120. 1946. : rrs14' .Ar,4
    1/ and Am to be and before the Karl
    / .Idance appear Cleo Plaintiff ""
    .. who** !SI'PherHon.
    rtrud Down, la/nlIff. v Johnowna Patny Notlmo. You
    > By Haremoustsn ( ro by. D. O.7arh Plaintiff vernun WilliamII Clerk this : (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas are hereby
    of Court The
    Avenue.Mount on tin day Can
    M. 11th ) Defendant !
    Lynn1"Ph..ravn. "
    Jr., Id"nd..nl. Case No. addree la. Mil .. on 'Jt"t I
    I If SOS-HOT t-) nchBulMlnr II" "' Defendant Bill for Perttlon of December 1948. and to above IAn' Clerk of Raid Court. I November 29. r
    York .
    : l
    ,"'. Vernon required New to appear onNovember .. Jacksonville, Florida wherein and whereby &11.... cause why said petition should not No. 8J16. I I By Haven Crosby U. cv 'nCourt t nd 1949 r :0 h.; D) ar
    i ORDER OK PI'"r.I"ATJOANO You are U. )?4H, In the above AII)'>I. fur fit 4t Jl-lJ beth, Headier neekn to partition the be (ranted.IT ,> OR..EII"F'' PIHI.IC4TIONANO I H O. Brown Starke. Florida.Attrs plaintiff decks \ ,. 'b.al'l.
    TO APPbtK
    followingdencrlbed property. "ltuat -, \ ( : 'IO for Plf. County T.lc/I'.aph d" '",
    Court'and wh..r.lnpl.lntlff -0-29 4t 11-19 /
    reuse !IS ORDERED that thin noticeb Bh4h.IO
    OK KlA/ltlUA tohn named
    { "
    custody IX flHIIIT (01 HT. BR%IFORD In Bradford County Florida'Th : aTATF OF PLONInS tel I ___ der In next 1
    .. .
    .k. dlvori foul
    Down, Jr. wnoiie renldenrtd published one a week for fourconsecutive I ,.lilbh"
    .1I .. V" h.
    1' McPherson' whose rentdene '''ltn.. .
    child IIra.ar..rd"uunlY ,1011'S. PLOHIIJtl 1(115" Ea.t One-half (EH of the Earl Lvnn '
    minor my
    of week In Bradford '
    control the .
    In 1213 Ixratur
    address AvenKronx a "I ( "
    ClItCHT UI"OHn'
    : IV COI'RT lilt \ I'"d. 'tn
    >, New York: Telegraph iihall V lib tIch ( tII". Pnuth Went one of newspaper. having reneral ctrcnln* la: clo Parr. Homen, Alb.ny.You IINTV.. FLORIDSt IN al ,at Sttark.. y. ,. I
    \ 'Tnu ara rfl<|iilrvd to appear on Order In next four weekly l .." Joseph A Dlxon Plaintiff. vn. Helen I the North Kant one quarter' (\F.4) tlon In Bradford County, Florida. Georgia I : CERY. f'IIA"1 I fir u ''l 'I ,ql
    I tm"d Court and caun". whereinalntlff \VI'",ie .....k.. dlvorctf & rrftoruon .t !t.rk.. Fl rldi, thin U<' ON,,.:11 OP pi'RI.ICSTIO''" Went IHW) corner of the Houth OFFICIAL SEAM A. J. Thomas November 29. 1148, 'In the above Lewis Brown Plaintiff ".. Myra M. AH Clerk ,Tf sl.l1'' A. ",
    f .> of maiden num, Bradford 11. 1t41 .A1)0TICF TO *ppt:'ui Kant one quarter (HEm of the Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County named Court and cause, wherein Frown Defendant. Cane No 0917! John J. Huntlne. ender. 'u
    / ,unty> Telegraph' shall piibllnh thl* (O '.. ) A' J Thomaaj I II I TS r F: UK Fi.oKiot SOS. North Eean .n. quarterNEtiof Section Florida. Py Haven CroHby D. C. Plaintiff necks divorce. Bradford OHItKR OP PI'MI.KMTION Florida' r.
    -d.r In next' four. weekly' l/auen. "CIALA./.i' ; of "aid Court J JHv ".Un. M Dlxon. whose last known IS, Township 7 South Range 10-29 4t 11-19 County Telegraph shall publish this AllOTII'f6: TO APPKAIt. ,A tty... for Plf. An.
    'IWItnenii my hand and nfricUl I peal Haven ,'. ..by.l Ill' rfltl. nr* and Mdrr n" la 8S4 Oak- I ., ,.
    "' Florida.I .. ... Ohio' .
    Marietta. a
    Slarke wood Av
    '(1\\ "Htnrke. Florida. thin Urtuber19It T. Frank t-andrum nu ---- '
    I Att>'.. for Plf m-IS 4t .5.I' You are required to appear on
    )P''ICIAI.1.1: I A. .T Thnma November. 22nd I94S In the above
    l i All clerk uf sold fourl.Hy % i IH< i IT < 01 it r.111 tIFOHn named Court and calm wherein
    Haven "ronby, U (". "l\1t. KI.OHIII l> f" "%- plaintiff necks divorre. Bradford
    8' HnrrlHon, law l Exchange: L-ldv' 1,I' fr:It V. County Telegraph. hall pnbilah this -9l1 _
    "..ckoonvllle' Florida.tr I ,. ..ven Mlklnka Plaintiff. VM Mary Order In next four weekly !""u... Ouhtantlin Values onsVtnertca's :Jine.J1 Canned
    ..,, : .. for PIt. 10. I'. 4t 11-5 :Mlklnka, Iwfendant r'a"" .V.> 894. Witness. my hand and official neat !
    a I I .......:11 ..K PI BIlf\TIOMI \ at Htarke, Florida this October
    "I IIRIIirDINT.. Hit1DFUHI, S 'U)'IIC'.' '!'0 SPPI:*!! 20. 141 _
    I i', >IIV', KIOMIIHl 1% llcn \>. I HT! .riOF n.oHiiii tat (OFFICIAL EM.! .) A..I. TJiomaiiJ.'
    I I A Clerk of old Court.
    11 r.i ) Inka. whomreHld, -n<'e l lillft I. *
    ti ,. .ry Notlmo. "I..lnl"'H Patsy JII".yIIk Holly Ktreet. Oakland, ('allfurnla By Haven Crosby, D C.,I'
    I lImn, Tiefendan C'ani \ij 6KR6 John J. llrnderHon, EIXI. St. Augu.- fJTO1TLV
    ? I II' : .
    line FlnrldaAttys.
    1 ulr.r 1 to anP ar nn
    .' Ynu' are r.q :
    : .
    I 22nd, 1949 In the above for Ps? 4t 11-12

    , ;.ftUICK:; RELIEF FROM .s"v'mb.r named Court and "au. .<- wherein
    plaintiff, 1-eekn dlvnr. e. liradr'ird.County ifliMlir IIll Il'l'. lilt 'UV""IJ
    t el Dkt,...Arisingfrom shall publish thin .
    .I ymptofrtt Tdrvraph 01 % fl. FLUHIUtl l> CllCKHV. \\-
    1 .
    Order In next four weekly tenure.Vitnnue .
    : ;tilt STOMACH ULCERSh',19oTOEXCESS \ my hand and official, .ealnt Walter Allen Dlrkenw. ./".. Plaintiff)
    !" .rk.. Florida. thin >" loberiflFJ'ICIAIj v*. Krnemine: McManu) Dickens, l>"-
    ACIDra.BooiiT.llsofHom.Tr.atmantthat 15. I 104t. fenclnnt Case. Nr. iolOIIDFH .
    !I RI-:.".) A .1 Th'>ma : OP PI'III.I'I'U'i ,
    All Clerk of anld'urt. 'i M> MJIKK 'lit AI'PFAII:
    ,: 'last Help or It Will Cost You Nothing ny Haven Crosby. .. I' ''. M'rtTH OK ri.oitliit tat .E E K SALE

    r i(t'.rtimr' thre million bottlwiof tha WirLAHn I' flay /Hclden ."..)'t..na Heu.-h. 4t..1..10.1 1I-1S. 1. rn. ""tlne MrMnnuii IJu.kim, whose
    for Pit ..
    and acldremtIti
    \tyM known r..I..n'
    . or'' a....T..El.T have. Iwtn .0..1 l for rellrt of _
    ..ft mpuinmofdifltrejuiarliilnii' from Stomach 135 N )Moore $t.. Kanfurd North;
    I ". titd Ouedenal Ulcers due to a..... Acid_ IN ( IIKIIT. I 01 "'1'. lilt tllWIMIIioi Carolina:
    t !?!M> Dliettten, leur or Uawt temKh, >. ri. FIOHII i% iiit\- You are required| I to appear on''

    t j oJ(', .Ineftft. Heartkurn .. *..,at 9... f l-.lt: Y.Ilrnry. : 'Sb"o 22nd, 194, In the above i I L
    MeetIS .. Alma ,
    IMalntlff. v and wherein
    ... N Merc-ler cause
    ).to tieeM. Acid.. Hold dayii1 lrt llxk : : ; ** No. 6NKO.IIHI I Stokely Wh. unp. w.. Lul..wJ., .. tawn... y.. 0.u
    : I" for .WII'....'. MMM*" which fully M.-rrler, Ilefendanf a e plaintiff wikii divorce. Itradford THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS IN FOOD SAV
    ,. >KII OF PI ii tll.lft IIOM \ County Telegraph. shall publish this ASK
    ;plnsthlalroauuout-fr.- at
    a'j{ < > 'OTU'K '1'" I'FIll: I Order In next four weekly luauea.Wltnvmi Apricots INGS. Yesoir we're making possible tremendous Store
    !' KO.CII DUIO STOKE *, TS rn nv" Ki.oitiut tot my hand and official Deal
    IBi ... savings this week by shooting the works In this for
    I' Alma/ .l rcler, whon' rsnd.nro : at .ark. Florida this October 4-Page
    !.< 1 lo Minn U. llarnar'l. 41 lieilfordHt I 20.) 1948 big sale of STOKELY'S FINE FOODS. Everything .
    .. Hartford.. Connecticut} ( A..I. Thonrnn, LDvrS rTS Color
    'c'j AUTOMOBILE You are reijulred to appear on IOFFULILA..Clerk of said (',,"rt. No IT 1C goes. nothing reserved-prices slashed on Price

    ' !;: r j LI.\ ILlTY 1NIL'BANErl November 22nd 1044, In DIM abovenamed By Haven Crosby, I). C. scores of Stokely items and many others. You'dbe 9
    Court and raun whereinplaintiff John .1. Henderson, Kim., at. AUKUK.tine List Advertising

    I \ltlioiigh' not It L. lieekii divorce *" rare rune Kl'irlda.Attyn. G- Stokely YC wise to stock your pantry this week. It's a
    lode A: control of the three children for Plf. it 11-12 Sliced great opportunity to build up your canned foods Scores
    'tiurh aafpr to UahllltyInsurance. llradfordCounty
    ; carry reserve at savings you can really appreciate.
    shall publleh thl.O..I..r \OTI'IoP: JI".f'. \t. t.Jof'T.O'
    . I rcprewnt only old In Telegraph next/ four weekly Innuas.Wltnest I, Levy A C'anova. Actinic Mayorof Peaches HURRY! Prices good thru Saturday November of f Stokely

    41 !Ine reliable Htix'k rompanlen. my hand and official, veal Htarke, Florida by virtue of the 6, only! Quantity Rights Reserved

    , four .hunlnrnn| ulll be appret'l- at riiarke, Florida thin OctoberIO'KFICIAI authority/ vented In m. by law dohereby / Prices Good thru Saturday. November 6 Week
    i' pall
    16 194t. a Mivclal election' to beheld
    : I Steil. RIAI., ) A. J. Thoma at the city Hall. \ In the aforexnld I OI 21cStokely

    ,', 129 W. Call StiwtI All llnven Clerk of CroKliy unld. Court.Ily H C.. TuemlHy.town liy November the qualified 9, 1841 voters, for' the on 3 BIG SALE DAYS TIIURS., FRI. & SAT. = NOVEMBER 4-5-6 Bargains'

    : I i'>I |..)Hle| Bradford Co. Telegraph 'Hay Iln.n.Uuytr.na.for. I'lf Hench 41'Klorldn.. 11-12!i iAMyn officer linrpoMi, : of elfttln the following I Stokely YC .

    .. I'honw 13 1 !II Halved
    . rl\ > Ihit iir (ill err. nit titKoituIlllSIt One Wnviir nevtilretl term ofMayer */ Stokely Slices 01 Halves California Cling Stokely Chopped
    N. D. WainwriKht. Jr. ", ....0111I". I4115 N- llarulil ('. Wall flt..I.i>edlT i riMcs-T AV Peaches L .

    ",i I :tK.IIV.NelllH: 'JnmeK, Plaintiff, vn. IxtvldJamcN I I ."... .,,,..11,,.. .f determining ehelh. POODS' c Kraut ,

    1 Ii,,fenditnt rasa No 1904 or not the nhUlle time .1..I.t
    IIII119:1F': PI Ill.ll'"'I'ION | l:ilr labt Plant nlll he e.nllna.dInnperturc Not 21C Peaches27
    I '
    A Nil NlirKKDO SPPFSI1
    sat' ,
    If rs'r F: OK Kl.0ltll lotT'ttvtd j of election: n. F. No2t/2-
    Demoreiit T. 8. Williams and H. .
    FAR THEAVERAGE Jamen, whoee residence. litunknown e9
    Rowland lI'j Fruit
    : $ .
    ( 3tokel 's ,.
    In tentlmony! whereof I hereuntouhncrlbn ;
    are required 1 to appear on
    ; ," my name .and cause the .
    November 22nd 1948, In the above CocktailNOI
    '. named. Court and CIIUMII.. wherein 'eeal l of. the mild town to be hereunto \ U. S. Gov't. Graded "GOOD" SIRLOIN STEAK Lb 79c Pumpkin '
    Plaintiff' fteeke d/vnr/ ... Hradford affixed thin the 6th day of
    4 TO 5 ROOM
    October A U., 1944.
    County Telegraph hall publlnh thin
    Order In next four weekly Innuen.WltneH I bevy A. Cnnovn Acting MayorIOFf'IriAI.
    HOUSE my hand. and official neat NFALIATTPST : \ 27c RIB ROAST Lb 69c Na2l/s 141he
    at HiHrke, Florida thin October I : : Carl Johns, City CI..k.JOS

    WE HAVE 21. 1941UFK1CIAI. Bt 11-8 BEEF -
    < ".:A'.) A. J. Thoman 1-. -
    A. Clerk. of paid Court. ix INCUT coi'RT nn"npoHD Stokely Bartlett T-BONE STEAK Lb 89c Stokely Tiny G

    : Fly ,Haven. (Cronby I>. r.Znrh .1!OIN-1 KI.OHIIttl, IX: CHAN, .
    If Uouitlan l G05./ifJ7/ Lynch IOHV. Pears
    SUPERFLAME Debbie Mlxon Plaintiff. v... Charlie + GreenLimas
    Hulldlnif JarknonvlllH' Florida
    AU,.. for Plf. 4t 11-12 Mlxon. Jr. Iiefemlant Ca No. OB60OllllKIt
    , I OK' PIYltIB'ATION.'ATIONANt :> .
    m riRrtlT: ('OIRT. nntDKniinOINTY ) NOTICE Tl> .\"I''' An
    FLORIDA" IX ('Nsv. HTATK OK .FLORIDA to: N02t2 439 Get Center Slices With Either Half! No 303 31
    Kitir. {'horll.11.) ....", Jr. whoim residenceI Mt. Vermont Sliced F C
    I Route 43-11 Sunnyland Smo. Ready to Eat SkinnedHamsHLb59
    Ernest C:. Lowe Planltlff v. Helen' : I.10" n."r".t..wn.I"'o..th
    J Lowe, liefendant. Cn... No 6892.OHUKH 'I Carolina' .1 Royal Anne -
    IK" PI IIII"' TIONAM You ate" required I to appear' on "
    HEATERS NOTICK) PPK: HNTATK I(I November It, 1944 In the ...hovelIom..1 Cherries"tokely ; : I C Bacon73c Med.Stokely Green Fancy
    0 P" n.Olllllt" lot Court and entice, wh..ln1.1"lntl'f
    Helen 1. Lowe, wh".. renldence. I. neeka divorce, aollcllor'fceen. .
    56. Houth Oxford Street, New York:i and restoration of maiden: Limas "
    New York: name. Bradford
    HEATER: You ar* required to appear onNovember County Telegraph shall, puhllnh thlOrder >. No 1T Fresh Qulck-Frozen Grade "A" Breakfast Link
    I In next four weekly InMiienWlineHM
    22nd I04H In the above
    AM INSTALLATIONONLY named Court and I raune wherein my hand and official.. neal OYSTERS Pint 79C Dressed & Drawn SAUSAGE Lb 65c No 303 26c

    I plaintiff Koek dlv...'.... Rradfordniinty .t Clarke, "Florida thin October V Orange Largo FRYERS Lb 69c
    Bulk Pork
    Teleicraph Khali publlnh this II 1111OFFICIAr., i Grapefruit _.
    (Outer In next four weekly Innuen.WttneM < l4l: A I.) A..I. ThomanI MULLET Lb 29c BAKING HENS Lb 69c Stolely WK
    \ my hand and nftkiCineal' 1 I I I An Clerk. of sold. burl _
    1\ it 'Ntltrke1 thin Oi'loberIS. .' CroNby.. I> C.'IT Sections tGE: Gold, Bantam
    o.rldu. :rW..IB\'H.I.: :
    84-95 'O. n Florlilii, ; :
    KJFKK-'JAU: ; EAI.: ) A. J ThomanA Attyn. fur IMf. 10-15 41 11-0 28 Corn
    A Clerk of nnld/ Court. No 2 20C
    turns; Either' Kerosene By Haven Cronhy, I>. r'. IX: '<'IIICI IT ('01 HP, lilt ""KOHItol > Margarine
    or .nrti If DuiiKlan. BOO-S07 Lynch Nit, Kl.0ltlllIX flliX'I '
    Fuel Oil I ..lulldlnaJacknonvllla, Florida, 'KIIV.Wlnnon: '12oiCan "J 8CRediMixt
    Attyn for .'1'. 4t. 11-12 Cooper, Plaintiff, vn. Alma
    Cooper, Defendant Ctme No. B8HU
    I. SEE THEM: AT I. IIKIIT f'ollt'r. ni i>KoniiOINTV. OKriKIt OK PI-RI.If'ATION:>/ I t

    ,! Isabel CKHV.: ICrlbiirne. plnlntirf. ".. Ht..-l I I I OK FLORIDA tot 1t
    Alma Cooper, whose renldence In
    CHAS. C.SHEPHERD. ven Joe .Krlbarne: I'efendant.'' Cone H....'.. 1. "ymlln.4..th Carolina: OLEO 45'': Lb 44e
    No You urn required to appear on
    nv PI"IIMO TIOVNI 1 I November 1A, 11MB, In the above
    J. ) NOTIIITO APPK4IIATATK named Court and ratite, wherein Daisy
    OK" K 1.0 II HIV tolHteven iii. ntIf? neekn divorce HradfordCounty '
    ; Joe Krlliarne., whose '''HI-;,(I Televraph shall puhlleh thin CHEESE Lb 491
    Cor. Court & Madison: lence In: : Kit Illarhlarid" f>rlve, Pakereflrld Order: In next four weekly Innuen.Wlinenn :
    California I : i my ,hand and" official; neal Stokely Stokely Sweet
    You nre required to appear on nt Htarke! Florida this October Kay Natural
    i'hnne: 10 Stark" I II Il November 22nd, It4, In the abovemimed II 1">4'
    Court. and catin wherein (OFFICIAL flEA I.) A..I. Thomas
    I plaintiff. : neeki divorce I flrndfordoiinty An I'leik of avid' Court CHEESE Lb 55e
    l ( Telegraph xbull publlnh, thin ny Crosby D C.If PICKLE
    ':, (.irclcr" In next four. weekly InnuenWltnen O. Brown.II1\ro. Florida.Attyii. : ORANGEJUICE
    '; my hand and official seal for Plf., 10-15 4t 11-5 Bollard

    ___n _
    ' IX (IIICVIT lent IIT nU *UF"IIU
    << [! 40INI'V. Kl.Ollllltl IX t'..\N- HISCUITS2Pkgs27C
    ;,i The EASY I <'KIIV.:
    1 way to Job Harvey Shiver, Jr., Plaintiff: 1
    vn Alnin, Helen Shiver, Defendant: / CHIPS

    Case ORDER No.' 8111111.OK. Pt1I1J.If'.\TlnN STOKELY HONEY POD

    Alma, Helen Hhlver, whoa, renldem p12oz
    ... I_ 720 HraliiKer. Street, Ft. 19= PEAS
    Worth Texan: 46.oz Can 2Sc
    V'ki You are required I to appear on Jar
    FOLLOW THE November' Hi IK4H, In the above
    named Court and cause, wherein No 303 r+
    I1 YOU ,plulnllff. .....k. divorce. Itnidford 2 33C
    County Telegraph shall I puhllvlt thin Cans
    Wins WEIGHT Order In next four weekly Innuen, rt
    'l; LOSE ItiifHrt mv hand mud ..official neat'
    at Mtnrke Florida thla October
    ort. I'I lt.:I 1'i4OFFICIAL I(.
    , ( BKAL" A..I. Thomas
    [ WEIGHT CONTROL PLAN BACK Aa Clerk of '...Id Court. Maxwell
    MONEY I / Hy Haven CroHby t D C.i ) Stokely Fruit Murray
    J i ilf. O. Rrnwn .Htarke, 1'lorldnI
    : AVI A SLIM, ATTRACTIVt FIGUREI .Attyn. for Plf. 10-15 4t 11-SIr House
    I _

    ,J I Wear youthful fashion! For moreI'branl INCUT f'OI sir \IIKOHII COCKTAIL Vanilla
    tOI"I'Jo".OIIlU'1 IX II\N-- 37cCo
    21/2 Can
    beauty popularity, telf confideme, t F:N V.
    rid of fat. Don't I let it e Dewey V. Renube. Plaintiff, vn. Audrey
    I rt excess
    " you HiiKWett ."..l1ull... Defendant. iiee
    I'own and make you feel 1 uncomfortable (.'I1H. ).. W afe 's

    t I Dot' let it handicap. your heart liter and "oiwRR OK. 1'1'11I.1C'\TIOo.f' : I
    I;' idneyi. Bring your weight down to normal. *"1 ,I AND NOT1CPJ. t* F ..I.Oltlll.10; U. S. No. 1 White Cobbler

    "+hen overeating adds unbecoming bulges. t .'Audrey IIIL".." llemibe, whiin
    ;; reMdenr la unknown: I
    ', ollow he WINS Weight Control Plant! You ore required to appear onNovember Lb 49 Potatoes
    I :' 15 l U 41. In the shove 12-oz 1. s
    :;.. '0 J1AIVING O* IXHCI1 when you reduce mimed Court and caime, wherein

    \\1. e WINS way.. The plan shows you how to plaint lff., neeka ill von.... Urmlfonl
    '... shall .publlnh thin
    ( .Illy Telewraph 49C
    hoox fooJi you likt-even some! tweets! or Order In next four weekly Inniiea.ltnena Stokely Large
    !+1 xfriet-avoid rigid diets and mil lose \\ my hand, and official oral All Green 10 Lbs : Stokely Tom.
    Bt Slurke. Florida. this October1J ..
    rt 'right. WINS' laity food tablet you em as '
    I I, I'MH Eaic3!
    ";;' ,irecicd: before meal,help your nf/- (:lUFFHMAI.. : SEAL) A. J. Thomas. 9'1. gas 'f'
    ,\. Clerk of .nald. Court.Hy ;
    i to you utnt to eat lest and rrJute. \ Haven Cronby. D C.

    EASY, MORE USANr. No rigid dirt John J. .llendeiaon, .| St AimA'ttyn NO: 2 45c Was! .
    or .. .'......... 47-oz 29c
    No manage, .laxatives. or danger- for I'lf. 10-15 4t 11-5 State APPLES 2 C

    I'I'ii" dru(<. And WINS actually pro>ulc you \ lx, ( iitrirr 'oi n r. niitiiKoitii Stokely Cut Jonathan Lbs 2SAsper

    mini Ill', D.2. Niacinamide. CaKium totphorus. f'OI"I''I.lnlll" IX 4IIVN.Juilv All Green Stokl ',

    Iron and Iodine. What a ,..tl'. 49:11: "" ,
    Viiylor Plaintiff vn.Tulmndire
    Hy pUn! How much more ,1,..,,,..,.' And Joe O'Neal' Defendant.Ca / Aspar'gusNO Wash. Catsup "'

    t.' Ifith a futtrjnltt that you lose weight or "e No (t'lO'lOllltKH : RED APPLES ....
    -. C : \ I noney back! Get w INS todjy t S\1). S'I'II'F'I'i) % '1'1-' Ut tolTalmadic 300 26c Delicious; Lbs 33C .

    I. . . . HTtTM' ;Jo.OK O'NeulJiue KI.OHII.. red.demo 14-oz 19c

    1 SEND ME FREEtweinht";: :'" :'than with ihnwin; wk: You U.are unknown required: to ..>i>i>.or on SmallVhol Yellow Wash. Gold ----- -

    \. I corms) wdahl/ ,ur m he.SM end >... plus vulunbl lip November 32nd. 194*. In the hove t ) DeliciousAPPLES '
    en Icilucinn Alto tend m* "..INI m onc; 11 it uiulcrMooJ named Court and caune whereinplaintiff Onions 3 Lbs 17c Idaho Med. SIze Stokely Chill
    I II) I I maw .k* MiiitMkl. wl.1o "wtae' in every way or "neeka divorce_ and rhaniteof I Ij pSBts.. Baking
    you promptly will irlwml until .i> liradf rdCounty .S Crisp
    my _, !
    I Tvlenraph-ahall publlahj thl* t : Sauce
    " a '.101 >..nO tab.)St.W a 11.nd.. tit:(i,231ob.)U 00 ( week I | : Potatoes 4 Lb 25c .
    near .
    e j Order In i ..
    i: I Q Ma !
    Htarke. Florida.. thin (KtobertOFFIClAL New cc Large '
    ' NAMf_ Sweet "
    ': (I".... frinl) 211 1948 KAt.> ".. 23..3.C 12.o zr28C'Shoestring
    I .DD.SS All Clerk rat old Court. Stokt'Iy'. Potatoes 3 tb1259 Brazils Lb 39c -
    It' By jHaven (',o.by. 1>. C,
    I I John J. Hendtrnon K.. j.. St. Augiintln Green e.-
    I CITT .ZONf_StATI.S1OM Ca Lg. Paper Stokely Dill
    .. Florida,* .
    , I I /If...,Tba C ..,.. T. U. Attya. flir 1'lf. 4t ll-IJ I Beets Cabbage Lb 51/2c Honey Dew Pecans Lb 39c Pickle

    1t OTICRRtf.etly ;
    I HAM AND AOORISS Mill a. of this date. October
    27th, 1948, 1 will not l>e reepon>lt>le 16'0& 14c u. S. 1 York MELONS y
    I . . . .. ..._.._._._ for any debta Incurred by any other nome Beauty 22-0 30e
    pernon on my account.
    It 11-19 N. L). WalHwrlvht Jr.OtlltRII No. 2 Can Shoestring APPLES -

    Koch Store I OK PI'III.K- '10'11' 2.5c APPLES Sweet Mix -
    Beets 3 Lbs Stoke1y
    Drug .S\D NOTICM TO .'P".! %'" ... 121Y2c Each 35
    ,1 To: William H. l>iihler. who. re.,,. Lbs 2.9c. 28'
    a ""nt!. in Mtnt* of Indiana' Pickles 12.0%
    ' You are hereby notified that a
    1 petition ha. been. filed In the

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    ::. a. 1918 PACK SE"iOo.IBER \'lt cy; ,
    : t

    Methodist Church At The TabernacleWalt St. Mark's Episcopal ; Club last Thursday evening Pirates Lyle A. Noland and their baby, "
    Church News i I! spooks, scarecrows, old- MeredithAnn, of Orlando, Mr I

    Thanksgiving should not bo Maloon and son Walt Jr.. Rev B. E. Simmons B. D.. Vicar fashioned girls etc added to the and Mrs. A. C. Davis. Joyce and HAS
    observed just as one day and of Tltusvllle, and their house Friday, Nov. 3 gaiety of the occasion and those Clifton Davis spent the weekend ,I "ANMIS ,
    Lbyterian Church forgotten. It would be well for guests Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Jepson 8 p.m. "Great Scenes from who were awarded prizes for the at Lake Kerr. I
    of us to set aside the monthof of Seattle Washington were Great Plays." Station. WRUF. cleverness\ of their costumes were' Mrs. W. Q. Stringfellow was

    ttarren Kaufman. Minister November as a special Thanks- welcome visitors to the Taber Saturday, Nov. 6 Clarissa Parker Jimmie Moncrief, the luncheon guest of Mrs. O CONCRETE BLOCKS
    I, Service 11 a.m.: Ser giving month. A considerate at. nacle Sunday. Dr. Jepson. a gifted 4 p m. Ch'Mren's! Choir rehearsal Jean Dugger Billy North Raymond A. Gardiner In Starke Wednes Jlardware
    ruing tltude
    .npic ''Friendship Pays Div toward our fellowmen will layman from the Christian Business followed by Acolyte : Walker and Spanky Mc- day. I Ready MU Concrete d
    n be a visible way to express our Men's Group, brought the Guild meeting. Lendon. The House of Horrors I During the past week Mr. and Mont EveVythlng' To Build Repair or RemodelANNIE

    School 9.43: a.m.Classes gratitude to to Almighty God and message at the morning service Sunday, Nov. 7 I presided over by the ghost of I Mrs. C. M. Turney, MI'II.V.. D.I I BUILDING SUPPLIES, Inc.
    tunda and children. our Founding Fathers. and spoke again at the Bible 10 a.m. Church School. Nursery Mrs. H. O. Bates, was of special Newton and Mrs. Clara Stahl South
    urn women Auxil- The sermon subject for the 11 School hour In the afternoon. The Kindergarten and Primary -i Interest among the attractions. I returned from Ft. Lauderdale I 1036-1048 W. Main Street U.
    (embers$ of the Ladles has In th. I Mrs. J. H. Dunn and Jimmie Mrs. GAINESVILLE P. O. B**
    several days o'clock hour Sunday morning will speaker travelled extensivelyIn Departments where they visited relatives Phone 217 219
    have spent be, "How China In the Interest of the Service Center. Junior and i{Chasteen were respective win John P. Turney and children of
    the Sun. Christ
    refurnishing: Said .
    tinK and which Good-bye" CBM work and his message was Intermediate DepartmentsIn ners of a cake and a mystery box. Jacksonville were guests of Mr.
    school room for This communion service will bea very Interesting, spiritual and the Church. Bingo and the fish pond also and Mrs. Turney here last week
    , teachers and officers expressp dedication of the new kneeling helpful. 11 a.m. Holy Communion service afforded entertainment. At the I

    | appreciation. pad which was purchased with Dr. Nolan R. Stoker broughtthe and sermon by the Vicar. end of several hours of hilarity end.Mr.. and Mrs. W. C. Floyd and : ,":::;1....._... ..,.....1'''':. .nr.-.l'I. ... .

    (londaY eveningat will 7:43: : meetthe the funds raised under the directionof message at the evening hour. Tuesday Nnv. 9 welners and Included cold drinks were their daughter, Gwendolyn of ::11 :t< ,, -, -- ,- -. fr., ""'"
    Trustees served. Guests Farm residents
    Lion and -the 7 Kick-off Parish Dinnerin --
    Young Adult Fellowship.The In memory of the fourth anniversary p.m. Auburndale were supper guestsof
    dupe''l. the Service Center ford' the and their visitors.
    | Sunday evening sermon of the home-going of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers I

    CONGREGATIONAL ., subject at 7:30: will be, "Choos,, Mrs. F. A. Scott Oct. 30 1944, Annual. Every Member Can I I Community Club Monday. ,
    ing Our Faith". 'vases of beautiful flowers were vass.The Mrs. Lawrence Dusrjrer, President Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crews,
    CHURCH This will be a church Is forprayer ,1. .
    METHODIST follow-up for sent by friends and loved ones open dally presided over the program Carolyn Crews, P. S. Crews and : rr ,
    message the serieson
    and meditation.
    rvtces every Saturday night, "What We Believe." to the Saturday evening service meeting of the Community Club Spencer Craws were among. these t ; ; ;. ,
    daY morning and Sunday night,I and an appropriate solo was sungIn 'a at Tuesday afternoon. Chrysanthemums attending the convention of the li
    a. m. ant 8 Pm" at Con" The Young Adults will Journey her memory. Baptist Church ( and October dalslep Christian Church at Long Bridge
    Methodist Church on to Crescent City on Friday even- The under the I added to the beauty of the ClubRoom Sunday.Mrs. .
    Ing for their Sub-district young "Torch Bearers" Is the topic of
    S meeting.The
    Road.Rev. J. \V. Grit! direction of Miss Edna Noegel on this occasion. Than" W. W. Fish and children
    of the sermon bv Rev. Lewis DHaines ,
    pastor MYF meets at 6.30: p.m. member of the State Youth Temperance present enjoyed an interestln"! and Miss Cherle Fish of Jacksonville ,
    Pastor at the First Baptist
    Council are organizing talk by Rev. L. A. Shepherd HIS were Sunday visitors of Mr. 1 itl
    Sunday School at 9.45: a.m. Starke this Sunday morning.The I1M
    ITHOLIC\ CHURCHlunday a local Council. This will be composed topic was Woman's Work In the and Mrs. J. O. Randell.
    choir will be under the direction 1 I ,
    Prayer Meeting Wednesday of the teen and World. Mrs. Dugger and Mrs.i 1 ,
    Mass 10 a.m. age group
    at 7:20::: p.m. of Mrs. Ethel Biggi, and i F. Redding were hostesses and. Min t f fr
    meetings will be held one night
    School 11 a.m. I
    unday Mrs. Mona Canova will be at theorgan Raiford Baptist
    assisted J. W.
    Vftit Day Mass 8:30: a.m. A hearty welcome awaits you each month. by I Ki

    [father John O'Dowd. Pastor at all these services. The Thanksgiving program l i' Sunday evening the message served pie with coffee. Rev. Billy Parrott, of Detroit '

    __-----L. _.__ _______... under way and promises to be by the Pastor will be "A Personal \ Invitations to the Anderson- Mich. will be the special speaker It's A Fact -
    especially good.Christian Responsibility" an evangelistic Caldwell wedding have been Issued. Friday night November 5th at
    FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE message following the Happv The ceremony will be performed 7:00: p.m. at the Raiford Baptist
    ... ChurchJ. Hour of congregational requested I' November 12 In the Presbyterian Church. Clean Clothes Last Longer

    "1. The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof hymns and choruses. Mrs. MannAt Church In Starke. The Mr. Parrott has recently been
    B. Dixon Pastor the Hammond and Mrs. Morseat bride-to-be Is Marv Jo CaldwpUof
    ordained Into the ministry out of clotheslet
    The Peoples Baptist To get maximum wear your
    Sunday school 10 a.m. the piano. During the Happy I the Farm and the groom-to-bp and along with his wife and II clean them regularly. Our thorough
    Hour special recognition will begiven A. W. Anderson, Jr. of Starke. us dry
    11 small to Brazil
    Sunday morning service son plans go to the original
    A Southern Baptist Church For All People a.m. : to all for their attendance Miss Caldwell has been at home sometime the first part of the yet gentle cleaning restores
    work Is
    I records of the month' of October, since last Wednesday having resigned to do work newnefls. Our service Is fast our
    Sunday evening service 7:30: i when' W/c"; of possible' resident from her position withCharity year missionary Is dependable and our prices tare r sonab1e.
    Sunday School 9:45 Training Colon 6:13 .m. among the natives. He sponsored
    p church members attended church. In Orleans !
    Hospital New by the Baptist Faith Mis Call us at 135 TODAY
    Morning Worship!! Evening Hour 7:30 Midweek prayer meeting Wednesday Bible School meets at 9:45 with

    11:00: Wed. Mid-Week Sen Ice 7:30 evening at 7:30.Children's : "even departments staffed bv over La.Mr.. and Mrs. J. R. Parker anc'* stone The pastor, John L. Bray extends
    Hour Friday at 3:30: 60 teachers and officers. Training I their daughters, Clarissa and An.
    an Invitation to all to attend
    pm. Unions meet at 6:13: for training drea, left Monday for Tamni this PHONE
    MORNING: "Torch Bearers"EVENING Young People's group Friday In Church membership. where they will now reside. Mr ROOT. 315
    : "Personal Re pon.lbl1lt>" evening at 7:30: p.m. A double feature will be shown Parker has accepted a posltlor

    Tt'ESDMoinC PictureNEW TIME: 7:00 P. M. Women's Council meets every Tuesday as the moving picture with U. R. Phosphoric CompanyIn ToRttitve GREEN. Temple I tOwner
    first of the month at series of the Life of Paul comesto that City. .
    Feature from Life of Paul 43 Minute: from the Bible S
    Duuble 2:30.: a conclusion with 43 minutes Mr and Mrs. M. .R. Holmes \ Ave,
    from "The Story of a Runaway and young Bob Dukes were M""Yt
    "Visit The Church With The Vltltlng. Pastor" I I PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Slave-Philimon" and also "The luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. )

    .... Last In the Life of Paul. Luther Callahan In Jacksonville
    --- ---------- days k666
    18th Ave.
    St. and Temple
    Notice new time: 7:00: p.m. Saturday. STARKE. FLA.
    Sunday School 9:43: a. m.; MornIng I
    Mid-week service will be held Major and Mrs. Robert S. Chap ,
    Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic u.is .
    ula sW1aA.v-
    at 7:30 with the Pastor from
    : leadingthe man arrived Sunday Bangor
    Services 7:00 p. m. Everyone discussion. Maine to visit Mr and Mrs. I. SSSSSSSSSISSSSSSSBSSS>lVlVlSSSSSSBSSSSSSSSSSIISSSSSIIISSSSSISS--- S* l1lIlll HV
    A friendly'welcome will be F. Chapman. En route they :were
    found by all who visit any of the guests of Lt. Col. and Mrs. L. F.
    services, and a cordial Invitation Chapman Jr. In Washington D. C.I .
    Church Of Christ Is extended to worship.state I Mr and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier were Starlings Grocery

    Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday hosts at.'dinner at noon Sunday
    We Pecan's
    Buy . . ''I
    Church Service llam. Sunday I' entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Cecil

    Evening Service 7:45: p.m. Sun ; Farm I McRae and family of McIntosh
    and Mr. and Mrs. David Hamrick &

    {Will Call For Or Buy At Warehouse dayBible at 7:49 Study Is every Wednes- By Mrs Bryan Whltnel' I I a of birthday Gainesville.celebration The occasion with Mrs.was t

    day .
    McRae and Eleanor McRae as CORNER CALL & STARKE

    Hallowe'en PartyTraditional honorees.Mr. Market

    : BACKACHE decorations, together and Mrs. P. D. Fancher CHERRY STREETS 0 FLORIDA r!
    C. H. NAS WORTHY with greenery and orange colored spent the past weekend with Mr
    For quirk: eomfortlnc help for BickMh. blossoms were arranged to mak and Mrs.: Fred J. Miller In PerrY'Mr.
    ...... ,
    tUwnntlle r Ottlnc Up Nights 'roal
    cloudy urliw, Irritating -, i.f Palm, the Community Building the Ideal and Mrs. Reese 'Bradle-* SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY; NOV. 5& 6 1 i
    234 EAST CALL STREET elide under tyt, and .oU:n >nkUi. dueto setting: for the Hallowe'en party and their sons Clinton and Jack :
    non-orgsnle u4 lIon-.IIII.Kidney and
    Wayne, of Jacksonville were Sun
    PHONE 198 FLA. Bladder troublM try'Cyttm.Quick complain sponsored by the CommunityDEFENSE
    STARKE tlifactlon or money back .......0'.4. Aitt day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J;
    your drug(Ut for Cr.... today. M. Bradley and of Mr, and Mrs ,

    W.Mrs.H. WIlliams.D. M. Nix: of Commerce, .' GOOD C

    ARMY Georgia has been visiting Dr. and

    Mrs! D. L. Nix since Sunday. BRAND ..
    oMELlKETHIr rf.Sptlalln Mr. and Mrs. J: G. Caldwell MILK 35
    1 i had as their guests Sunday Mra.
    ft A. G. Yongue, Mrs. Emory Dean 3 FOR [t:

    and her three children and Quit- ,

    04 man Lott, all of Fairfield. I Y i
    Pete Sapp of New River spent.last .
    Thursday night with' Spencer ,
    CAN BE YOURS Crews. .
    Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Harris are I
    now at home to their friend Ir

    tion.Your Auto Investigate needs Comprehensive Protec- I the Farm.Blanding area of the State DIXIE I I LILY RICELARGE': - 52c. : ..,

    During the past week Mr. and .
    t ,t I and Collision Insurance -
    Mrs. JimmIe Bradley and Mr. and .. t
    before it's too Mrs. Leslie Bradley and their

    '... late. son, Johnnie, of Raifortl! visited" All Small COOKIESEach 6Vc :;
    Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley for

    .=bA several days.
    --. ----.... ""1'1 I Miss Melba Stringfellow of 1
    : Charley E. Johns Green Cove Springs spent Tues I
    .>: I 1t
    Agencv day night with Mr. and Mrs. W. RED!' H t
    .:. ,," 011 I G. Strlngfellow. ,
    \ <. I
    Phone 13 HTARKK:, I'LA.
    ,o'tf.'l'' Misses Pauline Brannen and '
    .. ... ;. ,- 1 I Barbara Ann Johnson of Jack.sonvllie Salmon 69

    8.ri.pr..atting were guests of Mr. and r

    ,I ....... Mrs.Sunday.R. W Brannen Saturdayand I


    -- Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. r t

    I I

    Cuiid The Above DI7IE LILY CANE SYRUP Ot.35c

    (Pom'. com Thiss46' ;Home l4 J'2a l1 i / 1 wl J..I .I.L-..' _.,'-I.. !I'I-_.'' ..'Yo4 r.I I CORNED BEEF Swift's Premium.45c j

    S'. .... "'------
    '" building I -
    I rf ?
    Y SY Jb

    ire l Is how you ran own your mn home for a "'"
    I >'M. PRICK: that seems like a down payment .. NO. 2
    .. Tomatoes
    I.".V f.-U: sturdily, constructed! 23x40-foot: govern 0 0 ( 1
    I: 'nt bulldlnr, and remodel It yourself to look $ t.. CANBest j f t !
    I 2
    f ".e the yore beautiful the blueprint slt-room home needed abote.at no Me extra w'.llinlsh 9 5 ; !

    c vl: loti can Ue In this building. Cil you work O. f
    I IC
    I'>u It rrrt and hate a rent-free home of jour own. {il:'".;>.
    j' you can complete your purchase
    t a undid.matter hull In Town Are
    Prices Now *

    J-I 'G' !')o.Il(1( KITCHEN BATH 1 eEO.JOH
    .. r 1..4 13.4)18'8' !I<1.6i. 100'JC 11'4'l ,
    l l;
    p P '
    : Oar milk N I a double( feature program of good ,

    ARCHITECT'S BLUEPRINTS health and good taste. 'Grand for both ,grownups j'

    I" (1v4 BEDROOM BEDROOM and youngsters', it pours from the bottle In a VIENNA 1 1
    i ncr.12'4. 122.,114. I, FOR creamy: cascade of liquid sunshine. Keep a permanent ,
    WITH EACH SALE I Ii fountain of youth and with
    on milk of 2"

    1_ t .. superior flavor and richness. Order your GUS- Sausage PER 14 1 II
    ;:: TAFSON'S milk today!

    fLOOIt Cloeed
    __ PLAN ( .d All Day Saturdays Sunday .

    ITI 1 "{ --; ., T''I'JU r PHONE 2312 DAIRY:- FLOUR YELLOW ROSE $1.65[ f :

    Green Cove Springs, FloridaSERVING 25 lb. BAG jr
    .';, PHONE 6Af '

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    ; -- '-'.-- ,. ... ...... 'Zany. or all bid. .r.'lnJ
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    ESJO'EUilJ' title .
    ; J CARNIVAL Lewis Plaintiffvs.. p II- ;
    \ .
    I The annual Hallowe'en Carnival' ward :M. Lewin. Defendant Case No ''-1 ('1', II... .
    : 8859.! ; 't1ir' I ,. lt.9t1 '
    ,\\'j'P'' was held Thursday night of last OF iOIIOKIt ; ''I b I, r.qtl
    ,, !Cd!, \\:1'1,1J: week on the school campus The i \O'"'.rH 't-r "Pi.; Ill I l Olllat: liP I',
    hJ to arrive early STATE: OP FLORIDA to: '' '""I, to lit',
    J ,I. young people began Edward M. Lewis whose. realdenc* 4T Yr.I.;: I p: .P,
    I$: in the evening with others : !;.."' Slam \\.It. 1'1
    t\ ; TOwa 'S-rVtan/ : 1111111,,nn,? > fall,
    ',' tlyr,( ( coming later. I Vu .. 'r
    You ,
    are hereby required. to .11.' h ,,
    : peoenjoyed u on December B. I III 4S, illmw f ?. ,;;,:: '.,
    \ t. 2t't\'I\' \ Several hundred | r In the ram, ,ild: 'ir''u' '
    ,4.: t nnnied Court and 1 ; ;,, '
    "r ''i,41.,, :/"' ', the main attractions which worn s # Plaintiff seeks divorce.cause attir.ey"fees ''' >",...; .' '''I! 'u
    "tF ,; rllj! the country store fish pond VAI'.j f m : sa ran Brad fn.., manta, \ T..10.", q.,'v' -ft
    ; and hot dog stand. The< County T..It'lCrl1pll shall publish, 01uT,. ,'III I' 'h.I'
    # fit f I.(:..f I lety shop Order\ In next four, weekly |MSU"S. "" -- 'IM "Id.
    served ice "'aI I ,, "''
    1 ladles of the PTA Witness blind -
    and .. 2.t. 'p''
    i I'lt 4 7 Nrarke Florida' Novim! l' r 1 40 r'Pll' ,
    .. 1 \ ,1 J', ,,1'1 cream cake and plate lunches. KPl."t.1945. this :; ; ''lIPPlc'I.\, .
    j(' !
    "it'i-( !, ; tl'I ( Gwendoyln Raulerson of the (OFFICIAL filM T.) A. J. Thomas I I i 'r: A.
    I' I c I was selected by the. A* Clerk of said ; II:;; l
    ;;) first grade Court. :
    i'tl, >' A'h 11 (n', p;
    : .!''1 judges as having the best costume H. O. Brown Starke, Florida( \, c I i' IJlllldlntc.) 'Ilfl.. "11
    a)' t l It/ ,t'1'' + and received prize while { 1 Atty. for I'lf.- 11-5 4t 11-20 Arty rn' I'll.I k'nNlb
    I r ; 'I' Privett and Johnny Wall (l I
    lr :' 1. George : : : -
    roi nT,
    nn \ S.M's:
    ': rej i {'OI''I'' ', FI.OKIIl\t IV' .! Tat' MIN
    :! tll\\ !
    : \ ; r \iJ.t ciitv.Mllln; (Sam) AMpl"lnfl OIl,
    } } la in the 4th Plaintiff vs. Jack nett TIIP"Ja
    :f ( '
    I I"j,"\ "f ,dl", grade. :: ..ti'tt : OF prni.irTION \-\n I .. .
    ( NOTirR
    ( ended with a cake 'PPt-\:
    Festivities .1
    l' I b .n)!
    il .I :! 8TATF1 OF FLORIDA-[ :
    '([ t: :) walk. 'W.Ii'" Jack Smart whose residence Is: 10fl ,
    \ Ij, ';S'' ''I Mosley w.
    e 'X: Street Waycross,
    I : Oeora-la: CT
    ( 1
    t those from here attending You are hereby required. to
    l to Among appear|
    : ( ,t,< on December 6, 1!>41. In the shave
    ', ; b the funeral of C. B. Roberts c ;,
    \ 'I Itt;, named Court and cause, wherein ONE: REIN
    14 f'L at Graham last Sunday were Mr. < l lalntlff seek. divorce and revtorntlon Tin IO\rt
    ? i, < +f Rasmussen, Mr. and wl n' fat C umaiden name. nrnrtford | IiOTTLF M.oIEHR.1. .
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    ,; < \F ,) Ii Teleirrnph shall publish this : : .
    '_ IIt.I \J' Mrs. L. H. Futch G.V.. Roberto, : > Order, \ In next four weekly INNIIPa. (If. F. i1r.E1L9: h

    ':r ', i .:: and L. H. Mill. '\<, leal Witness at "tnrke. mv, Florida hAnd and this Nnvem-orflclal, SIGS.\I.: ZlmIEtIU)
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    4y ; ;1 ,' Faye Miller and Eleanor her n!l 1911' '
    :' } nock who attended the short! 'f 'OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. Thomas

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    ,';4 : Interesting reports of their trip. i .....
    I : The home demonstration agent f

    ,'l ; Ii, Miss Dorothy Ross met with the '.

    ,',}.\ ,,: ( 7r.;" 4-H girls of the Lawtey Junior Farmers'

    ; ':!':, '. n. High School last Tuesday to make Supp
    for the In the organization
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    ''4' 'l ': h: meeting Faye Miles was
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    i 1\1'\ f'f ;.K ing elected vice president president Jeanette and Barbara Starl 11 A. R. JOHNSON OWNER

    e:;14ff".; \;! :f" Jean Wilkinson secretarytreasroon FRIDAY & SATURDAY, NOV

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    .I)i"!. ''I''I"jt! 10th & Cherry Sis.

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    'y .: jl There will be a hot dog and AV e
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    I I'" ,, Y) f;l' hamburger! sale at the New Congregational t 3 F "

    ',':, 'I'11.' Methodist Church :1

    : .-''J'If; .' three miles north of Starke on + +, ', FtttV : Atlas HORSE & MULE FEED E EII

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    w. '!$i1t' f '1 4:I ,'I. Invited...... "..." k II I Atlas cratc&(
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    ;. BIGGS &. BAKER I

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    ,1\\ .' r' :; I NOTICH r Hallowe'en Parade Is Colorful Event Sealed bid* will be received at
    : I, !! I Notice I Is hereby given that the I I thin office( from yuaUMed Contrac 6I
    I' undersigned" U engaged In business, turN until 10:30: A. M.0:. S. T.) on
    1, q' :: PRESCRIPTION under the llctlt lour name of Rt arks I I Always the most colortul event of the year In Starke last. Friday's Hallowe'en Parade, sponsored the the 23rd(construction day. of November of the I94, for

    ,,1.F Motor Court at the following. address by. the Starke' Parent-Teacher Association ran true to tradition. Although Technicolor film would be Federal Aid Projects: following I'
    !I PHARMACIST : Temple Ave., Htarke, Fin., required to rto full Justice to the dazzling array of costumes, the above pictures give a faint idea of the Federal .'101 Sevomlnty Projectw: I Ix
    t and Intends to register the BIX Idftutltloutt :<:! :
    ::i : 1 name In the office of the wondrous s'ghts I that greeted the eyes of spectator along the parade route. No.- /aLJob IS. Bradford No. 280 County;-201, Slate,, land
    ,t? k Phone 64 =STARKE Clerk County of the Fla.circuit Court of .T dford At left from top to bottom: Lou Struth young daughter of Mr.and 1 Mrs. Merrill Struth makes a \Hampton and State l)acct No.between 100.Vork .

    : t' : ;; Qn-the-Minit Service Oeorire .i. !Hunch Tempi Ave.Starke charming "Mi;; Pumpkin", while Sally Ann Epperson daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Epperson Jr., of a 8" conHlHtH It B S.T. of pavement the construction.
    ,. 1l:1" 1 Flu. 10-23 It H.Li holds aloft a scepter in her real; role an diminutive Queen of Hearts. At lower left Miss Eloise Thomas three concrete box culvert H'bridges wide; 3

    \ t;. t t,, }, ,i ; DAY & NIGHT ,VOTE NEXT TUESDAY and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas. is arrayed in shimmering! white to rule as the 8th Grade mull cidental drulnairft Items. The structures net total; knd In.;
    Jn t Queen. IN 4.208 miles. A length
    ''r ; }''i ''t'I'1 '. .... .'.'-'-'.'-'-, Anderson be sure you for'vote for J.. L. (Sam) Center row (top to bottom): Mrs. R. F Demor-st Is beaming "Old Woman In the Shoe", surrounded the amount. of 19,000.00 certified will check be required In-

    d r "J Mayor. by her 7th Grade--"so many children she didn't kn+w what to do", while just below an unidentified For each proposal A certified.
    "ghost looms over a 'group of merry masqueraders. Heading the procession was Parade Marshal C. H. check In the amount stated above, -
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    Nasworthy (head turned from camera), followed bv Miss Doris !'[oncrlet, Senior Class candidate for' the State Road the Chairman of
    L! Line Of Football Queen riding on the shoulders of Drew Reddish and Pat McGriff. Mephlstophellan figure at' Stamp the necessary attached Sial., .'.. Documentary with

    : Complete left is unidentified-nobody seems to know where h' she or It came from. At lower center is 6th Grade each bid All certified must check accompany fhnll aavone.d M! ft'
    teacher Mrs. Kate Sheppard shepherding a group of small fry along the route. be date certified for within) 80 days. of the At last, a table model with ]

    At right (top to bottom) ChubBy" Barbara Fay Smith daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Smith, check will receiving not be"; bids.accepted.CushlerH'The arrived direct from Sparton, which means 11'1 P'
    GENERAL ELECTRIC makes an Irresistible cigarette girl. Looks as If she's calling for Phillip Morris! Drum Majorette MyraPayette check will be of the two lowest bidders

    cuts a fine-feathered caper, while Linda Kay Sale daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sate makes The minimum deposited.wajre paid to to lave hard- arn d dollars $ 5 9
    orchidaceous chorus girl' of the Gay Nineties era. labor employed on these all
    shall be $I 00, 10.75 contract
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    For Immediate hour $0.50 per
    Appliances mediate respectively) for skilled. Inter

    Attractive New Tourist Courtk TO TIlE VOTERS OF STARKE: All work and to be unskilled done In labor. ton table
    acrnrdanre 1949 Spar
    with the Plans Specifications, When you learn this new
    k Still Sell On Easy Terms I wlah to announce my candidacy I Special Department.Provision Speclil of. the state Road and has marvelous, static-free Flas( well as sW 1

    for the office of Mayor i in I called to Special Provisions' attention Is Just t "fa'

    the City Election to be held Nov., I will be Th furnished with l each which pronosat broadcast)) you'll really get excited. '
    t WONDERFUL attention of 1 Irk( In. like' t
    F COME IN AND SEE THIS directed FM
    I 9. : overlnir the Sneclnl Provision' find a table model with up-to-date

    MERCHANDISE I am a firm Deliver in a Contract.Prnpnsais. subletting" or asnfjrnlnirthe you'll see.!
    1 LINE OF greater will be furnished anywhere near the price .
    progressive, economical city ration. t" tIl.
    government for Starke. OF 13 RATH.office Plans FOR TNBavI'3l; 1 dial;;, neW'
    chased may be pur In addition modern slide-rule .
    from get
    this you
    Your vote and support will 'tw of office for the sum "
    f$ for artlSt-rl6'
    each set. No that
    greaUy appreciated. will. be 'Issued' unless requests proposals for permanent magnet speaker for
    hem least 24 are hours received bv this office at the-room tone. MORE you get the finest
    Respectfully prior to
    time ,
    !k openlnv hld l.. for t, duemetalled'
    I L. !or. Gaines All bid must show totals for each veneer money can buy e b'edfronany ;/!
    ; Item and total amount of bid "....'1
    In styling"here's
    1 1I sorted on the cover of the proposal. grille and handsome
    The right' la
    reserved to
    I reJ..ctI' today.
    I IX. cincfiT.. COIHT. BKADFORII quality.V Better hurry in
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    jt Joyce Lorraine Rannitn. Plaintiff I' '
    v.. James Uunimn, Dd"ndant.'a..a EXPERT
    ( No.- U33.ORO.:8.
    I h Pictured above are three of the attractive cottages "at the Crescent OF Pt'nl.IC'TIO" AMI

    ; i tT Tourist Court owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. W. R.I''8TATK ftOTK1' OF FIAJUID.V TO tPPK.tH I.
    Morse two miles south of Starke in U. S. 301. Mr. Morse, who waa tifft. James Bannttn. whose residencemid

    a carpenter foreman at Camp Blanding for several years, designed I address IN: Herlal No. 8US1 Z4.
    Electric Ironer Oovernor'n Island N. Y.:
    This New and did practically all of the construction work on the cottages You are hereby required to appear /S1 Kanto.T
    Crescent Court will on December t. 1944.' In the above
    himself. eventually have eight units but only named Court and cause, wherein BIGGEST yAtalt
    four are ready for occupancy at the present time: The Morses' plan plaintiff seeks dlTorce. Bradford
    $229.75 County: Telegraph shall /
    Only also include a new home for themselves which will be constructedin Order In next four weekly publish Issues.this 10LD tXClUIIVlLY IN THl >

    l line with the cottages forming an attractive semi-circle on the Witness my hand and official h
    seal ,
    at Starke Florida thin :-
    beautiful tree.shaded knoll which" the site of their new enterprise. ber S. 1941.OFFICIAL. mLET US
    ( SEAL) A.I.: Thom YOUR SHOE
    ) As Clerk of said Court. SHEPHERDRADIOS

    G. McGriff CARD .OF THANKS \V. shall always feel gratefulto Iitr.anorLa Hy Haven..m. SCarke Crosby Florida, I>. C.:, REPAIR WORK. CHAS. C.

    them for their Pit... ll-ft 4t u-Jf
    Mr.' and Mrs. Leo Stabler and deep concern Satisfaction Guaranteed! covERS
    TEMPLE' AVE. & PRATT ST. family of Lawtey wish, to express and hospitality. I

    ,U their heartfelt thanks to %..!.. T. C.str.et.raOlfle..1 BIGGS & BAKER STREETS
    Starke Fla. SAM'S TilE MAN for MA COURT &: MADISON
    YOB the Slate Read UreaMmrmt
    PIIONE 203 our worked BO hard .._ 105V..
    .., Call
    J. L. (Sam Andrnon will :. Tall Florida St. SUrke, Fla
    : to save our home from burning. ".vesseee t. I(MM" STARKE, FLA
    your vote next Tu__ C.sslrsetio .
    -.Feeevsl Ald Progn .. '
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