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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 17, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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i Frit, ChrUtjan Church OF) Young EVENTS People's Christmas BRADrOflDCOUNTYTELEGPW! '

program 7:30: P.M.at the Church. :

7; Bradford Farm Bureau meeting, 7:00: P.M.. j In the

ourthouse.

,,3. Enlisted Men's Club, Christmas: party Camnislanding. Official Countu Publication Established In 1877

; 7 to 11CO P.M. '

3. Flannelgraph work program 7::30 p.m.. Tabernacle I \ OHM:: K: SEF.4TY-ONFi "STARKE._.....oRi u FltIV.;-UKCKMltKIl- : 17.; 194H l NUMBKK NIMH

,9. .atholic church Xmas. party, 11:00: a.m.


C Presbyterian 3:00: p.m.Iethodist. church Xmas. candlelight vespers: New Secretary Stores To Close Farmers Elect Committeemen Health Board Ok's

t: ,,9. :\ church Xmas. music & program 7:30: 'T


19. .p.m.Brooker'Daptist church, Xmas. play, G p.m. Takes OverC For New Year's

,H tJ). -Starke Baptist Church "Happy Hr." pro., 7 ::10: p.m. ; :' 1f

"", '0- -Starke Chamber of Commerce, 7 ::30 p.m. Wells In

c,,,' "i- .Brooker gram, 6:30: Baptist p.m. Church Christmas Tree & Pro- of C OfficeThe Schedule SetStarke SampsonFFA


,, "t.Kindergarten' Program, USO. 7:30:: p.m.
.;* ...National Guard banquet, USO. Starke Chamber of Commerce stores will remain closed i iI

C. "Episcopal Church Sunday School Xmas. Tree and office was reopened Wednesday all day Saturday, Jan. 1, It win Members Special MeetingOf ii I i
c:, with Mrs. Marian Howe decided at a meeting of the Chamber iI
Program, parents invited, 7:30: p.m. Hear Lex Green CommissionersWill
as executive secretary. of Commerce held in the

,w. Heilbronn Baptist Church. Xmas. Program, 7 p.m. Employment of Mrs. Ho\ye followed courthouse here Monday night. Be Called I
(
:;"_naptist church, Starke, Xmas. pageant, Sunday a meeting the organization The New Year's holiday will Bradford Chapter, Future Farmera -

c.- School, 7:30: p.m. held Monday night in the be observed In spite of the fact of America held its regular

-Presbyterian church, Xmas. program, evening. courthouse, at which time the that closing on that day will mean meeting Thursday Dec. 0, with Following a check run made ore f

C,' "3- Methodist Xmas. tree & program, Rec. Bldg.C. Board of Directors stressed the the loss of two consecutive Satur. 35 members and five visitors the Starke sewage disposal plant

;03; -Corinth Baptist church Xmas. program, 8 p.m. importance of reopening the office days' business, W II. Graham, es present. Lox effluent on De '. 10, David B.
The guest speaker was
without further delay. chairman of the Merchants DIvision k' 1
24-Christian church, Graham Xmas. program, 8 p.m. I of the Chamber, stated. Green! who made an Interestingtalk Lee, director: of the Bureau of

04--Starke Christian church Xmas. tree pro., 8 p.m. P. A committee consisting: of J. Christmas also falls on Saturday on Soil in Florida. lie also Sanitary Engineering, Florida !
'
Roberts chairman Andrews
-
;;Episcopal midnight vespers & communion, 11:15. Guy this year. : : stressed that Bradford County State Board of Health, baa no.
c H. A. Bishop Jr., and A
", visit of Rotary District Governor, 7:30: B. Baker, was appointed by the The holiday closing schedulefor __ should! be proud to have a rwtlve tlfled State Senator Charley E.
Methodist Recreation Buildintr.9gOIIlCiai Don as National President of FFA. Is "favorably disposed !
that he
i Johns
p.m., Chamber president, G. S. New- 1010 was adopted at this meet-
James Rosier of Lawtey (seated at left above) was re-elected Tha closed withan
N'ew Year's Eve Dance, Junior Woman's Club comb follows I meeting was toward your Intended application
31- to enter negotiations for Ing as : Bradford
of the 1910 Conservation Program
c. chairman Agricultural Interesting movie "MoonlightIn to drill a drainage well
USO, 9 p.m. the Immediate employment of a Close all day Monday, July 4. !
County at a meeting held In the courthouse last Saturday morning. Havana". or two In Sampson Lake for the)
secretary. Following a meetingof Close all day Monday, Sept. 9.
Other officers re-elected were Lorenzo Green vice chairman (center) purpose of lowering the water
the committee Tuesday Chair Labor
man Roberts announced the Day. and County Agent: T. K. McClane, Jr., secretary (at right), From level in that area".
employment -
kfly Basketballearn Bayless Close all
Highway day Thanksgiving. Float Committee
of Mrs. Howe. Nov. 21.Close left to right, standing, are some of the farmers in the program who Senator Johns was In Jacksonville I

The has been attended Saturday's meeting: W, )M. Edwards M. L. Lawson, J. A. yesterday to contact well-

Work\ resident new of secretary Starke for the past a all day Monday, Dec. 26, J ift-Klnney, II. Thomas M. Lutterman Ernest Garrett, Russell drilling: contractors and have
To StartCounty since Christmas falls
Organizes I three ,winters. She and her husband Close all day Monday on, Sunday.Jan. 2, Green, I.. L. Renfroe, and N. S. Parrlsh. Committeemen elected but 1 Names Queen them submit bids at a special

Raymond Howe, and their 1050, since New Year's day comeson not present at the meeting, were: Z. W. Hamilton, N. J. Davis, and meeting of the Board of County

He Starke Athletic Association Commissioner E. L. two sons have, Raymond, Jr. and at Eu- Sunday. I L. L. Dyal.Public. Lt..K Green, chairman of the called Commissioners at the earliest which possible will date.be
the
gene an apartment
field a basketball teams Crawford stated yesterday that Armistice Day, Nov. 11, wan Fuller Warren committee
: again Inaugural -
to have I
Ardell Johns
311 South
Crosby home Senator hopes
and all men interested work will begin on the Bayless dropped from the schedule and I
for Bradford
[playing year are asked to contactB. Highway Monday morning. Church St. They have bought will not be observed as a holiday, Asked To Join Rotary Club nounced yesterday that County:Miss,Anlce an- all details worked out within the I I
property In this section and planto next few days ao that the stat
Baker at the Bigga ander Project Engineer Butler will it was stated.As Green, a Junior at the Universityof I
be In charge of the work, Mr. build at a future date. Form- is being done this year, the Road Department can resume

|\lr Bicycle Baker Shop.has taken charge Crawford said and requests that erly Mrs. they Howe lived has been in Baker in N. Y. last two Thursdays before Christ In Clothes Collection Next Week 'to Florida ride on, was the county's elected as float queen In .work on the Alligator Creek Ca-
landowners personnelwork nal cleaning: and widening pro-
I the team this year and will do have fence and postson mas will be optional with mer- the Inaugural, parade.
for a number of years and before the change in administrations -
L coaching. He la known as the ground. ready for the crew. chants remaining open all day Mr. Green! stated that Miss ject
The job of moving fences back has also served as an advisorat (Instead of closing- at noon) If I at Tallahassee in Janu-
and lover
a
fjood) sportsman YMCA Rotarians who come to the Deal said. Green was elected at a railed delay
I sports and he did a great deal off the right of way will be the camps. they so desire. regular, luncheon meeting of the The clothes contributed on that meeting held recently. "Each one ary which might. conceivably -

the softball league last sea- first thing done. Then will follow The new secretary announces Mr. Graham stated that most I club next Wednesday without day will be turned over to the attending had the opportunity to the project.Improvement
the of the that the office will be open from retail stores, with the of the canal was
clearing right of exceptionof
way some old clothes will be sent American Red Cross and the Sal offer any candidate of his choice,
and grading. Actual hardsurfacing 9 am. to 6 p.m., Monday through groceries, are remaining halted when property owners In .
who have been working openthe
and each
men I back home and not allowed to vation Army for distribution to candidate waa requiredto ,
t: with the team so far, chose will probably not begin until Saturday. last two Thursdays before enter until they bring the neces- the needy of the community. It bo a resident of the county and the Brooker section complained ,

Baker as they felt that thereno the arrival of warm weather next, In a discussion of future financIng Christmas. I sary qualifications."And Is pointed out that useful articlesof between the ages of 16 and 24 that opening: the canal would I
of the Chamber at the meet- The Chamber will have flood conditions In their II
spring. holiday
other man more capable cause I
you've got to be carry- all kind are acceptable-men's, years, Mr. Green. said. II
Commissioner Crawford ing Monday night, A. J. Thomas, closing schedule cards printed and* section to worsen unless wells
I handling the team than he. says : Ing the old clothes-not wearing women's and children's. Local Elected aa attendants) for Miss I
that the State Road a director, reported that there distributed to local business could be sunk In Sampson Lake
In town is asked Departmentwill "
(Everybody them Herbert Deal, presidentof teachers have said that the need Green were Misses Doris Mon-
behind Mr. Baker and hisI need five men to begin work was an unpaid balance of $800in houses In the near future. to carry the water off under
get the club, told members Wed- among school age children Is especially crief June Caldwell, Hasel Fields, '
|I club and to see as many next .week and announces that the current budget of the nesday. critical at thla time. All and ..JanetnderllOn.. ground.

tea as possible during the sea- he will be on the courthouse County Commissioners which Injuries SustainedOn This scheme Is part of the Rotary clothes chould: be clean and In Two alternates, Miss June Hall The Board of Health at first!

grounds Saturday afternoon to would be available to the Chamber Club's drive to obtain clothIng wearable condition.Mr. and Miss Peggy Wiggins were looked with disfavor on the proposed -

|Lets everybody show up for take applications. during the first nine months of Horseback Ride for needy cases In the county Deal stated that the general elected In the event that eitherof wells because effluent from

games give the team your The Bayless Highway traversesa 1949. Fatal To Barber 1 during the Christmas holidays.The public Is Invited to take part In the others are unable to at- the Starke sewage disposal plant

pport and In return the menU thickly settled farming sectionof Several members of the City I Board of Directors decided this drive and that If anyone with tend. enters Alligator Creek and eventually -

1 do their best o give you an Bradford County and joins Council of Starke also signified Odis M. Williams. 39-year-old that 'a good way to impress the clothing to contribute wlU call The Inaugural Committee, reaches Sampson Lake. At

resting night of: basketball." State Road 100, at the Pine Level their interest in the proposal to Lawtey barber, died Monday nightin Importance of this effort on mem- the Starke Dry Cleaners'. ((28)) throHfh Mr. Leila Mundy, is that time the City was not chlor-

". Baker said. I Church, with State Road 16 near reopen the office and suggestedthat Shadycrest Hospital as the result -I' bers would be to make admissionto next Wednesday, a truck will be prQ urtn.&\ suitable dresses. for tM'quqen 'faiutfatt*. the effhient, although

|There will be no charge for the State Prison gate. w I some form or assistance of injuries 'received write the club on ,that day "by, old .sent"to'pick up the articles and and her attendance/ the had the faculties to do ,u.-Wlwrt'

games, but there will be a would be discussed at the next horseback riding Tuesday. Dec 7. clothes" Only."Members deliver them to the Rotary Club. chairman stated.Recent Informed of the Board of Health's

mation box, and anything the Motorcycle Club meeting of the Council.It It is reported that Mr. Williamswas who show up at the Wholehearted cooperation of the position In the matter the City

s care to contribute will be was suggested that a poll riding his horse close to the club empty-handed will be chauf- entire community Is sought in BirthsBirths began at once to chlorinate the?

ally appreciated. All money To Give BasketThe of those present be taken in an railroad track in Lawtey when fered back home to obtain some this worthwhile effort to make effluent, and this objection has

eived will be used to form an Whispering Pines Motor. effort to determine their interest, the animal, frightened by a pass- old clothing before being admitted Christmas a happier time for announced by Shadycrest been overcome.
and the following membershipswere
Bhletic Club for the young men cycle Club planned at its meeting. ing train, reared and fell on the to the meeting," President needy families in our midst. Hospital: Senator Johns stated that engineers' .
subscribed for the new year:
.
J Starke. Tuesday evening to and rider, injuring him Internally.Mr. Mr and Mrs. Francis Williams believe that two 12.inclwells
prepare J. P. Roberts, 2 memberships, $50: ; Williams born In Eastman
was
I At present games are being give away a Christmas basket of A. J. Thomas, 2 memberships, $50; Ga. on Nov. 11, 1909. Safeguarding Democracy Is Grassroots Job Meng of Hampton a son, Lawrence will be necessary to do the
light. with the following teams: food and clothing to a needy fam Guy Andrews, 2 memberships, Peter, Dec. 4. Job ,In Sampson and that they

ilrose Waldo, Gator Sport Shop ily. A basket was given away by $50; Stump's Store, 2 member- Mrs.He Lilia Is survived Mae Hammock by one daughter of Per-, Dean Page Says In Rotary. Club Address Mr and Mrs. Raymond Brady will probably coat around $1,200.

fainesville! ). Green Cove Navy the club at Thanksgiving time. ships, $50; Jitney Jungle, 2 memberships Bryan of Starke a son, Raymond, each. The Board of Health requires
Naval ry, Ga.. one son, Odis Williams, Democracy at the grass roots argument or am I dogmatic, believing that be drilled
fillets Air Station. Mec- Members wish to thank the $50: ; Starko Coca Cola Brady, Jr., Dec. 8 they
fnnv Baldwin and. Callahan. following merchants for their Co., 1 membership, $25; Lov- Jr. of Jacksonville Beach, five level was streamed by Dean Ralph only that my opinions can Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Everett feet deeper than the deepest
brothers and two ulsters. .11'J
el games will be picked up contributions to the dance given ett's, 1 membership, $25; Starke Page on the College of Arts and be right? Jones of Penney Farms, a daughter now being used In that section.whlcl1
the( season progresses. Nov. 11th: Alvarez Koch's. Den Telephone Co. 1 membership, The body was shipped to Co- Sciences, University of Florida, Do I have respect for those Patricia Louise Dec. 9. means they would have tobe

Dates on which games are mark's Driggers Lacy Conway, $25; A & P, 1 membership, $25; and chran burial, Ga.in for the family funeral services In an address before the Rotary whose views do not coincide with Mr. and Mrs. James Ersley at, least 130 feet deep. They
cemetery.
Muled will be announced soon. and Harley Strong. Biggs and Baker, 1 membership, DeWitt C. Jones In Club here Wednesday. mine? Norman of Highland a son, Clifford must also be equipped with removable
was chargeof '
$25. "I am concerned more with Can I distinguish!' propaganda Ersley, Dec. 10. caps or plugs, and

Salary of the new secretary Is local arrangements. what Is taking place In Starke, from truth? Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hatcher be operated under specific control
I Rates For Airmail Money Orders 1<'la. or Gainesville, Fla. than by
ligher $120 per month.It Am I tolerant, believing In per of MIddleburg, a daughter, Phllla and closo supervision by
Post Will Masonic Officers what is taking place in Berlin," Dec. 9. Board of Health.
Begin January 1st was decided to meet again sonal freedom for my next door Joy,
Dean Page said aa he pointed out
Monday night, Dec. 20. at 7:30: For New Year neighbor as well as myself?
Higher rates for airmail that the United States Is the last
[ ,
parcel over. Special delivery parcel post o'clock.
st t, money orders and other will rise eight to 10 cents. Elected Monday stronghold of Democracy In the Do public servants In my community Bennett Suggests Use Of Blanding Area

ial postage services will goo Special handling charges will world today. "If we live and practice the truth have the right it to speak As National Forest At Forum Meeting Here IICtL.ENIAU
as they see or are
where
effect January 1, according also up five cents in each BBS Cagers Meet F. L. Durshlmer was elected Democracy we are,
go they forced to yield to
Postmaster F. F. Worshipful Master of Lodge No. the influence will spread throughout pressure '
Stump. weight category. This service Is 7Dean Feelers to determine local l sentiment a responsibility to the
[Regular mail will continue to 33. F. & A. M., at the annual the world and more distant groups
used mostly for shipment of baby I on the future uses of the because they were brought t I
three cents an ounce and postcards chicks. Baldwin election of officers held In the places will take, care of them Page closed his talk with Camp Blanding reservation were this country and freed by ,
I TonightBradford selves," the said. the remark that If
one cent and will be Money orders will change con hall Monday night. speaker Democracyever tbrown out by Representativeelect Government without any provision
P, ut the only things not affected six Other officers named were: As a means of checking up on disappears from the globeIt Charles E. Bennett In a for their future.
Present rates are
the siderably. the of the Individual's will "die", It will have
Increase. S. L. Peek, S. W.; Freeman RegIster sincerity not. forum meeting held in the court- the Government should bear
cents for a money order up to boys lost but girls ,belief in Dean been "killed' by being taken too
Democracy,
A.r mail Jr. J. W.; J. H. DuPre. S D.: Page
will
back to six house here Saturday night. cost of adequate school )
go : The
2.50 and cents to $5.
eight of the
their
up won first game bas- much for
Fits,an L. L. Libby, J. D; A. J. Thomas, recommended that each person granted by those who
ounce from the present new rate will be 10 cents from ketball season, when the two ask himself the enjoy its benefits. Mr. Bennett asked if it was which the South would be required
e-cent Jr., S. S; J. Underhill, J. S.; C. following questions -
rate. Mr. Stump ex- one cent to $5. Other rates have teams met Fernandma high school the desire of the community that to build to give
'ned' that A. Futch, Secretary; V. S. St. : The speaker was Introducedby
the rate was dropped been shuffled around for various In the here Tues the lands be returned to private facilities, Bennett maintains.
F>m six to five cagers armory John, Treasurer; P. M. Barefoot, Am I open-minded enough to Q. S. Newcomb, chairman of
cents his Federal
time
some be from four Commenting on ,
amounts and will day night. ownership or put to some government ;
ft" but Tyler; R. O. Kldd Marshal. listen to the other side of an Club Service.
Increased costs made Its to 13 cents higher than now. Frank Dryden, rangy BUS The officers ulle. After being assured! school plan Bennett' said, "I regard !|
new will be Installed
ary for the last session of Postal notes will rise from five center paced the local lads :with that the latter course was pref- this as the only ''I

'ngress to order the new rates. to eight cents for amounts not 22 of the 37 points scored by monies In Dec.St. John's 27. Night cere- r II .. ferable the Representative-elect method by which the perpetuation '
on Lions Select I
Something new In the line ofr exceeding $10. Postal notes are Starke. Fernandina Forward LETTERS TO suggested that It might be worth of segregation of the I

mall will be the air mall postal valid for two calendar months Bounds accounted for 29 of the At the while to ask the Govenrment to can be maintained In the South. |
regular meeting of Rat- II
>rd, which may be purchased for from the last day of month of visitors' total 46.Starke's ford Lodge No. 82, F. &. A. M., SANTA CLAUS convert the rl'lervallolInto. a I
Jw
cents. A regular card, and Gator Bowl Maid National Forest with
postal issue.The starting lineup held Tuesday night, Dec. 7, the I potential Funeral Services ,i
"gmented by a three-cent stamp, fees for registered mail I points scored by each: Arthur following officers were elected I I' I military uses. It was pointed out I

IJy be gent air mall. Air-mail I will climb from five to 14 cents, Wlnklpr, forward; Jim Godwin, for 10-10: Brooker, Fla. that the 38,000 acres of govern- Held Tuesday j

''Wing more than eight ounces In accordance with the Indemnitylimit. forward ((2)) ; Frank Dryden, center W. M. Raulerson. Worshipful Miss Vivian McRae, brunett Dec. 14, 1919 ment owned land would make an For Don Hoover j

'IU be considered air parcel post. The present rate of registryup ((22)) ; George Winkler, guard Master; L. A. Sapp, Senior War- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Dear Santa: Ideal, breeding ground for game.In .

Parcel post will go up two and to J5: is 20 cents, :which will ((6); Jack Hazen, guard. Substitutes den; A. M. Jones, Junior War McRae of Starke, was selectedby I am a little girl 3 years old. his meeting here Mr. Bennett Donald L. Hoover, 41. died i in 1

"ree cents per pound under the be 25 cents.It : Carl Carter, guard; Ros- den; J. R. Chasteen, Secretary; a secret committee of the I want you to bring me a big doll faced a small but alert group a local hospital Monday morning 1
Hw setup. Take will also cost more to Insurea well guard ((5): ) James I Lions Club to represent Bradford
Kelly ;
a 10-pound pack- M. E. Grlner, Treasurer; S. B. and a tricycle for Christmas. whIch he described aa the "most following a lengthy Illness.
C. for example. To mall this package. The present rate of Phillips, center ((2)) ; John Kline, Brooks Senior Deacon; Bill Sapp County as Maid of Honor In the My liberal-minded" he had met In the He was born In Starke on

kage under present rates local- three cents for insuring a pack. guard. Junior Deacon; T. H. Rahn, Chap court of Queen Ulalla II at the name is Betty Jane. forums he Is conducting In each 14, 1907, the son of the late C .

would be 13 cents but will be age with a $5 value will be five Starke's weakness In makingfree lain; C. H. Wainwright, Mar- Gator Bowl game In Jacksonville My little sister Is 14 mo. old. county of the district. His comment I Frank Hoover, widely Feb.j I!I

creased to 19 cents. The aameckage cents. Other fees, in accordancewith shots lost the game for BHS. shall; E. H. Wallace, Senior Stew- on New Year's Day. The selectionof Her name Is Grade. She wantsa was made after the group Starke photographer and i

going from 150: to 300 the amount of Insurance, will Out of 21 attempts only 7 were ard; O. J. Mott, Tyler. ,Miss McRae was announcedat doll and a big red wagon. And had voted overwhelmingly In favor mother, Mrs. Della K. Hoover I.
lies is 23 cents now and 40 rise five cents. The fees for COD scored, while Fernandina scored the Lions Club meeting Wednesday of proposed compulsory health who survives him. He was a
ate Jan. I. unregistered) will rise an 12 out of 21.Girls. night. ; on your way here stop in Memphis
The rates for each mail ( Insurance. Bennett stated that this former member of the Maaonlo
'ne111 be Increased accordingly. average _of five cents also. Re. Look Good The Craft Shop Miss McRae and her escort will\ Tenn. at the Veterans Hospital was the first forum conducted by Lodge and the Order of Eastern.

Another new parc. post regula- turn receipts for registered and Coach Lou Byers' girls looked Opens SaturdayElmer I be guests of the Gator Bowl AssocIation and tell our Daddy we wish him where the vote had been favorable
cents and at the colorful NewYear's him a Merry Christmas since becant Star.Funeral I
on Will be that parcels mailed Insured mall will cost five good in season's opener won on this Issue. services were held InI
..
rural routes on and after Jan. instead of four, with additionalrises their game handily, 48-30. Carlie Goss, an interior decor- Day event In Jacksonville.She b here with us. Bennett stated that he was St. Mark's Episcopal ChurchTuesday

Will no longer be acceptable at for other special services Mae Hall (captain) led with 17 ator with 18 years experience, will will bo. outfitted by the Lions Love 'still' on the fence" on this afternoon at 2:30: o'clock!

118 wan the regular rates. Rural Involving the return of receipts.The points. Grace Dickinson was a open The Craft Shop here Satur- Club. Betty Jane and Oracle Allen Issue!, and pointed out that compulsory with Rev. B. E. Simmons\ and Rev. ':

"Mi have received a reductions rate of postage on circulars close second with 15: ; substitute day, in a building on Court Street health Insurance should Fred Terkes officiating. Interment I '

r two or three cents per parcel. and other miscellaneous printed forward Helen Barry scored 12 adjoining the Starke Dry Cleaners. Pipe Organ Music Farm Bureau MeetA not be confused with so-called I was in the family lot In I I'I'I

f?ial delivery stamps will go matter will rise a half-cent and Doris Moncrlef 2. Guards Mr. Goss studied in New York Adds To 'socialized' medicine". Health Insurance Crosby Lake Cemetery under the 't I

to the old price of 15: cents. from the present one and one- playing a good game were Betty and< Boston and comes to Starke Atmosphere I special meeting of the Brad- legislation would provide direction of DeWitt C. Jones .'

r stump said that the govern- half cent ratio Ann Flynn Clara Cox and Vern- from Miami Beach where be ,rwas Along Call Street ford Farm Bureau Is scheduled that deductions be made from the Active pall bearers were N, D. i

ant realles It has been losing estine Cox.Sublltltute. in business under the name of for tonight (Friday) at T o'clockIn employee's wage, like social security Wainwright, Jr.. W. H. Graham." I

a mUch money on special deliv- Land TransfersRecent Forwards were Mar Elmer's Studio for a number of Seasonal music, from the lovely the courthouse. W. M. Edwards, and matched by the Carl Johns Charley E. Johns H,

n e. since the price was dropped tha Henry and Montie Hutchings. years.Mr. "Ave Maria" to lilting "Jingle secretary, urges all members to ployer to provide funds for em-t C. Brown, and A. J. Thomas. ;j I
the Substitute Guards: Patsy Eaves COM and his staff be
preaent 13 cent Special real estate transfers will Bells" is furnishing inspirationfor present as Important mattersof by the employee In need of medical

,livery messengers in large ofare announced by E. A. Strong Agency Ruth SIbley, Martha Home, and specialize in upholstering and refinishing Christmas shoppers along business will be transacted. attention or hospital care. TilE OFFICE CAT SAYS :
Nancy Heintz. furniture, complete carpenter Call Street these days. Since last i
Paid a regular salary : Heading the list of bills which
lUll *' cents an hour for their Palmer Williams of Starke sold Two Game.* Tonight work, spray painting, draperies Friday the strains of organ selections Xmas Seal SaleA Bennett said he was of CJ.
hopeful
r while It to actually In uae. to Walter F. Schmidt of Buffalo BHS boys and girls will play bed spreads, and Interior have been coming froma Introducing In Congress; 1 '
was a
II1IUer office. pay messengers on N. Y., 2 1-4 acres. house and 2 Baldwin in the armory tonight and< exterior house painting. He large replica of a pipe organ total of 932993 has been request for Federal aid In build-

tee bart cottages. just North of town on with the first game scheduledfor will also operate a Flxit Depart erected over the entrance to the raised In the current Christmas Ing schools In the South.
negro
The 7:30.: ment for the repair of anything Harley F. Strong Jewelry Store. Sale
through Monday, Mrs. J.
"nt rate will be good Rt. No. 301. R. He stated that the only the
"r mall Tonight's games will be the from toys to the largest house- The was Em- way
Starke organ painted by Wainwright
up to two poun4g. The Mrs. Pauline Torode of chairman announced. South can maintain the present 1
len-pound of Dennl- last until after the holiday The hold Item. Auto seat covers and est Fletcher, local sign painter, All persons who have not (
rate t. now 20 sold to L. L. Simpson yet segregation of races Is by pro-
'DU schedule will be resumed on Jan- upholstering will also be a and Is flanked
and Will go up five cents son. Ohio, house and lot at South spe by lighted Christmas mailed in remittances for seals are I vidingequal facilities for the NeTo. -
will 4 with out of town games cialty. trees on the store facade. Seven More
the rate for 10 pounds and and Walnut Streets. uary urged to do so at once. ( The Federal Government has Shopping Day Before ,
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l' line's baby looking for Santa in I. I the weekend here with Mrs. Clapp of Fort Worth filled the I Chip c -

Bradford County Telegraph I Clay 'Hilllly a Lutz.big Florida way. Mrs.writes Walter that Lang Mr. and of HamptonBy Knight.Mr.: and. Mrs. II. D. May were pulpit evening for services.him at the Rev morning and Mrs.and lit,. u II 'It. ,'t 9 M,hHeubrcmn

Mrs Harry Padgett's baby gIrl over night guests Thursday of Hall are spending part of this '. :-. ,1St ''IKI I'f'.I
ESTABLISHED 1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNm-EDiTO Mm. M. C. Hweoney week with their son, Wm.
L ira BurR'e* Mohr died Hester Starling is the young last week of Mr. and Mrs Harry Guy < Hall and family at JacksonvilleBeach. alai alcPaet l
/I PubllMhNl Every FridayCI.UM and Entered an S.cOD
' /Ir Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla, HEI-PFt'L HINTS: If your Youth Social: Miss Betty Ann Flynn of services next Sunday. Come and tda \terNh
dress has blended colors when The people's departmentof Starke has been a recent guestof ler was the 01
/ The Christmas of the past comes I young hear him.
,t/tMEMBER 1948 back tonight. making a button hole use two the Training Union enjoyed Miss Martha Horne. They at- Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McRae of McRae tlondauye't ot 1
{ /, The moment when we paused strands of thread different colors. I a Hamburger Fry. on an open tended the basketball game In Waldo and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. B M. McRae '
Knot each end separately. If you at the home of Mr. and Mrs Archer Tuesday night of last Is very wise 5f'n+a
grill Hall and children
and
1.30 Month the stair .Mr. !
twcrlptiOB $%.30 Anaually $ For Six upon and who "
I To view the tinseled tree, the use mercerized thread Is better Claude May on Wednesday night week.Miss Mrs. Neal Clements of Jackson lives near the a"b
baubles bright too. Use a coat hanger to makea of last week. Outdoor games were Peggy Hinson and Miss ville were visiting at H. M. Me- Pouring, one day
she
The mysterious gift wrapped and wreath of holly on. Open and I played before hot hamburgers Shirley Dennison enjoyed a week. Rae's Sunday afternoon. Went out In they,
1'Fs:! SANTA Cl-uVr.S IS GOOD FOR rsLL waiting there. shape in a circle and wire the and cold drinks were served. end visit with Shirley's aunt, Mrs. Wo have two new neighbors See what Was hate

There was the little stove, the holly on starting at the hook. I, Fourteen girls and boys were present Gilbert Lamoreaux, on Smith Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starling and horse had turned\
For a while is was considered smart by certain child psychologists stockings filled. When finished hang up by the among them, Rodney Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Norman. We : In the yard for a On
to denounce the myth of Santa Claus and to rpalntaln that I II I The games the dishes and the hook. of Theressa.The Lake.Louis Wheeler and Eustance welcome them here. cleared up a

1 was a grave injustice to the child to fill his head with such gay llluaions. colored ball. Make some fudge covered dates. Junior class of the Train- Bowman, of Plsgah. Ala. spent Miss Barbara Richie of .starke McRae With had found berg

The shiny buggy miraculouslyfilled Open the dates lengthwise and remove ing Union entertained with a Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. spent Wednesday with Miss Owen water before and
4 But now the trend seems to be reversed and last week an emln the pit. Lay the halves at Wiener Roast on Friday night Geo. Williams. They also visited dolyn McRae. wondering how It bapp

n ent child psychologist came out with a statement saying In effect, With the enchanting wide eyed intervals on a greased dish. Dropa held on the Baptist Church other relatives while here. The young people here are kept Christina, Cam
baby doll. teaspoon of hot fudge on each. Mrs, Andrew Meads, of Jack- quite busy practicing their ,
it "Keep 'em believing In Santa Claus as long as you can grounds. Miss Martha Home, Christmas prlnt.cl,
There have been other moments When hard they are good. her daughters, $1.73
I sonville, Is visiting program for the Pine Level per hOt
Believing in Santa Claus H to teacher, was assisted in amusingthe Bradford
+ nothing get excited about thin I Now for Christ- Cuntl
Tai of delight. a very Merry Mrs. Vernon Slade and Mrs. Te
Iii
writer said. "Santa Is Just the embodiment of the hope for good that. Vnd other treasurers time has mas for all of you and think of young guests by Miss Norma B. Hall.A F'I -

4 is In all of us." freely given. me up mid the snow., where the Sweeney of Theressa.and Truman Dickinson, large number from Hampton

I All of which reminds us! of a wonderful column on the subject Vet still that morning when wind la howling around the house attended revival meetings In
written last year by John Temple Graves. We carefully clipped am' Christmas reached a height singing me a song. Inside I am 1! Janie Belle Rhoden celebratedher Graham and Sampson City this 11 l

filed Mr. Graves' article away BO that we could give our readers, Never attained again so cozy and warm. So wonderfully 13th birthday anniversarywith week.
and thankful. On Christmas a party at her home Friday
to heaven happy
,
near
the benefit of his ,wisdom at this season. Read this to yourself first night. After a number of games .
Till now when we clothe a doll Eve lets all get the Spirit '
and then, if you have a child who Is beginning to be just a little for another of childhood. It will do us good.I cake and hot chocolate were inz
doubtful read it to him or her: served, and the many lovely gifts Pine LevelBy
d I Star-eyed little girl who calls us like to read, "Twas the Night
Yes Virginia there Is still a Santa Claus. This atom business ban mother! -C. L. Cole's. Before ChrL tmas." Let's us be were opened and displayed. .

v nothing to do with that. And he Is still up to anything. More than Merry and Thankful. God bless Mrs. Della Dyal who had been Mrs. II. M. McRa
.
.
Every Christmas we always Love to all of In confined for three weeks to the
ever. As a manufacturer he has no peer. His merriment knows no every one. you
bound He floats through the air in his reindeer sled with the greatest 'look bark to childhood for an the Sunny Southland. Greetings.Your Alachua County Hospital Gaines- We glad to have our pastor
inspiration to on ;with our are
carry LURASunnybrook ville due to a broken hip was
,
I of ease. All chimneys accommodate themselves ,
to him instantly Christmas Spirit. It was the back with us in the services Sun-
ambulance ,
Saturday
brought by
as he approaches. His speed and industry are well up to the enor day morning and evening, after
i Christ child who gave us our S e to the home of her daughter,
mous Job of visiting fireplaces of a whole planet overnight. His Christmas. Down thru the years Mrs. Alma Saxon. Friends are spending several days In Glen-
bookkeeping system Is sufficient for dale Hospital in Palatka. Dr. ,
noting everybody's Christmas the Christmas Spirit has been z
know she Is along
to getting
glad _._ ___ __
requests correctly. His sleigh having no bottom never empties.But with me. For my son, for my nicely.H. 'L" "

don't let anybody persuade you that you have ever seen him darling grandchildren. Altho I By. Mnt.. .O. .E. .Crosby!. .. Wiggins, Mr. and Mrs.
cannot be with them in CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
or heard him Virginia because havn't. person '
you And you never will. If K. B. Watterson, and Mrs. J. \V.
love and and
ever you should he wouldn't be Santa Claus. That la the! funny my thought Spirit Rev. Wendell Witt of Deland Home attended the Ordinationof

thing about him. Don't let anyone tell you he Is that man ringing are with them these days and filled his regular appointment at I Deacons at the Raiford Bap- .
all thru those coming. I am to-
I the Salvation Army bell on the streets That Is just a good man day sending a box to them. Notas Corinth Baptist Church Sundayand tist Church Friday evening.Mr. .

dressed up like Santa Claus. Don't believe he Is the man on the radio much as I would wish, for I Sunday night and was din- and Mrs Herschel Parker,
of Mr. and Mrs. C. C
who reacJs out the list of what you and other children want for Christmas know the mails are overcrowdedand ner guest and family, who have been livingin "I LIKE
IT tOO"I
Mr. and Mrs Atls Craw
That Is just a sort of postman for the real Santa Claus. Don't I do not want to add to the Crosby. Starke the past two months ,
ford and children of Jacksonvillewere
think he Is that man in the store, either. Santa Claus is at the North terrible: congestion by a huge moved back to Hampton last
took
also dinner of the from
guests a tip
Pole. He stays here until Christmas night. He will never, never be box. I know the children will be week and are again occupyingthe my youngsters, and I
with what Grandmother Crosbys. Saxon cottage on Main St. made Gustafson's milk a daily "must"t I
seen or heard by anybody In this world. happy Mr. and Mrs. 'Marcus Conner on

t That Is one of the things that make him so wonderfully real. sent I have my tree up right at Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and Jim Minton of Tampa spent my menu. Gustafson's milk issocream-l
elbow. The smell of last week here with relatives.Don .
l When you see a thing or hear It, you sometimes get tired 6f It, ordon't my at hand. I have been popcornIs making Floyd Crosby and daughters. McMahone, of Fort Myers laden-so vitamin rich-that I knew I f
like It or believe In It But ,when Wanda and Mary Alyce attended could find better I
anymore. something exists presents and Rending boxes. I is a guest this week in the M. no safeguard for my
l! only at the North Pole and in your own mind and heart It goes on be- love to make my gifts when pos- noon.the sing at O'Cay Sunday after- Watterson home. Don has Just own and my family's health.

ing wonderful-and wonderfully real-forever and ever. sible. returned from several months duty -
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I Miss Edna Oliver of New River
.., Santa Claus Is so real that he Is as real as the way you love your I It was almost zero here last spent the weekend with Mr. and with the Merchant Marine. TELEPHONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 23121
'1 mother and father, brothers and sisters l Johnnie who is employed LKCT FOR DELIVERY.GUSTAFSON'S
your grandparents, all your nite. It Is beautiful out now, tho. Mrs. Oscar Crosby. Knight PHARMACISTPhone ,
. f' friends. You can't see or hear that love but you can certainly feel it. The sun Is trying to shine. My Mrs. Louise Ward and daughters, InVest Palm Beach spent

r sk Itls, much more real than any doll or puppy or stick of candy, because rooster Tom crows so proudly Mary Ellen and Joyce, were business DAIRY
. It doesn't have to wear out. Santa Claus Is so real. Virginia, under the back porch. Willie the visitors in Jacksonville Sat- 64 STARKE

, ,,, that he Is as real as laughing Is. When anyone Is laughing there's no"j canary sings me a song and urday. On-t he-Mi nit Service PHONE :2312 -

doubt about the laughing. Is there? No more than there Is of Santa Digger begs for popcorn. These Among those,, on the sick list m
Green Core
Claus. are such wonderful happy, carefree this week are Mrs. W. T. Crosby, DAY & NIGHT Sprigs Florida

T"j/ When you are older, Virginia, your friends will be saying there days. We had a bad blizzard Mrs. William Crosby and Little SERVING STARKE DiAlLAct

I I Isn't a Santa Claus. For them there won't be. That will be too bad. last Sunday morn Just at the Hugh Crosby. L. A. Crosby Is
time when Don had to get a the loss
go also recuperating from
He Is too good to miss.
a7
f body. The neighbors said, "He willet of a finger which he accidentallygot
They will be saying other things about Christmas
equally wrong. ; thru If anyone can." That I cut off last Saturday morn-
i Because' there are wars, will doubt ARMY CAMP WRECKING CORP CAMP BLANDING
, they "peace on earth, good will Is the spirit of these western morticians ing while going to .work. I
r' to men." And yet It Is sure that the angels have sung It. They will who have battled the Mr. and Mrs. Britt Alvarez of Do YOU Like to Pay'iIF

f doubt Goodness and Greatness because they have seen Evil and Lit bUzzards and zero since child- Pine Level and Mr. and Mrs.

,:ti tleness. Yet it la certain as sunrise that Goodness and Greatness hood. I cannot help but be proud Tommie Smith of Green Cove you do, you don't want Now And Save!
'''t'' i exist-and may bit Breaking out anywhere. I I: am a part of the great wonderful Springs were visiting Mr. and

11:. If any grownup tells you otherwise, he Isn't very. grown.up. The west. Out where the wind Mrs. Lem Brown Saturday Aight. Automobile Insurance.

'Ilii,I'(J more people really grow up the more' they understand that It Is in nearly always blows. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly, Mrs. Don't wait 'til after the

'li;r the heart and the mind's eye that things most truly exist. At Clay Hill they have had a Beulah Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. SEASONED
: good rain. No cold weather so Marcus Conner enjoyed singingat accident-buy it today 8 E
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f;.' far. The Harrison Mosleys are the home of Mr. and Mrs Cal .
I
--- picking corn. They expect to vin McCord in Starke Saturday BONE-DRY
: have ripe strawberries In about night.
' two weeks unless there Is a freeze. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs, Mrs.
I" Charley E. Johns
: Lula Mae has been to church. Inez Kelly and Mr. and Mm.
I Mrs. Fred Lang and daughterMrs. Lem Brown and son Howard were Agency FOR A LIMITED TIME!

l' Winton Parrish were hopping supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fho. 13 STAKKK: FLA. HEATERS
In Jacksonville Sat. Harrison W. R. Hal lop Wednesday night.

.,I Morley went to Starke for Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and Burn Either '"' A 13' :h"" $
I'I'I groceries. At the school they are family moved to Miami Satur- ..- H' A n' RNf.tYxwa $59

I r &b getting ready for a Christmas day where Mr. Kelly is employed.We -...... Wood Coal 10' do fjf: :h"..
program. All are well and happy miss them very much In our "..p..ntlngHE TRAVELERS Hartford' or ..
at Carson Grlffls home. Geral- community. I I
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I LAVATORIES TOILETS f $25 THOUSAI'Dvlveoue PER .

% YES Gay and beautiful flowers .
China FLUSH VALVE Used Materialsglenaloe !
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can do more than anything else to .::. _

LI r Vitreoua China.I WALLBOARDvery
impart that spirit of Christmas 12
w H. v e chrome, !'
r Sloan.type f.I u ah Seal your own 21 1
At lost, a fable model' with aavanced FMI It's |lust cheer to the home during the holi- j. WORTH $20.00 NEW valve. home S/8"economical/thlcl n...!. !

arrived direct! from Sparton, which meanl It'l pricedto < + days. See our wonderful assort SERVICE SINKS- '12 CEL01''
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says hard-earned dollar ment garden-fresh at all times 24" a 20"( Only $1250 Ya"' thickness
5925When i a few left I WORTH $25 NEWIELECTRICAL 1" thlcknee r

WORTH $46.00 NEWt

FLOWERS FOR GIFTS: Planted Dish Gardens from
$1 up Pot- -PLIJMBeR'S-
you learn this new 1949 Sparton table model .

has marvelous static-free FM (as well as standard tery Cut Flowers of all kinds Corsages Flowering Plants i LEAD Remelted and out- PORCELAIN RX CONNECTOn

broadcast) you'll really get excited. Just try to Poinsettias in pots I -- Into handy alas, .. e
? derlo
III RECEPTACLES 3
.. find a table model with up-to-date FM like this at 28
For baaemente, While they tort!
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laundries 1 Co
anywhere near the price you'll see! WREATHS: Beautiful ornamental wreaths made to order for the dooror barn. ahope, garages- ..to.MiUwork J

window. Also CEMETERY WREATHS for holiday remembrance. I Receptacle Boxes -AUTo 'ATIUs"A$
In addition, you get modern slide-rule dial; new type, F .,..,- .- Used for new and CONTROL A8
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permanent magnet speaker for that artist-right-in- DOUBLE HUNG work' I dry le lr. O UNITS ,
FLOWERS FOR TilE HOME: Lovely centerpieces to the holiday .. N"'
grace $3500
the-room tone. MORE you get the finest mahog- WINDOWS opt' WORTH ,

any veneer money can buy, ebonized front, stunning table Cut flowers to brighten'evuy room in the house Nothing j' withFRAMES 12UWorth Mf"+TnR CONTR
25o New o
metalized grille and handsome styling that says adds such a note of cheerfulness to the scene as lovely flowers -.. SWlfC
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;iURADIO.TELEVISION'S : "tjt"" Malls/111 It.ndyfor. Immed/atela .,. WORTH $10.I .O'Of
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loved .ne in a distant part than by using our ':..: ':' d
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wire service, insuring flowers to arrive there \!- J 2 SINr.lE HER ITEM VALUES-

fresh and bright for Christmas Absolutely no's. '..i."I'>;:t"'" "t.. I r' SASH Q.'LVANZIO,

'I- BIGGEST VALUES t:, HEATING BOILERS ..RO
fuss or bother (or you Just phone your order $ 7S SHEET

I BOLO IXCIUIIVII.Y IN THIS CITY .T to 218 and we will do the rest ,. ..J1':; .. 1 Hot water heater and Is l a sew variety pr.eeureteam f r.til C4i1""I..)4".96"told.I' It nt"crow.... "f!..11
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pEfFTER 1 0s8. BRADFORD COY TELKOR\rn. STARKB FLORID : THHEH


d ed Canal Zone: lot 16 of the Carl NW1-4 of SW1-4 of SW1-4 of addition to Starke. IIEILBRON BAPTIST I An Clerk ot said Court. ford County Florida against uary, 1449 and thereafter to file )
for Vollkopf Sub-Div. of the NW1.4 'Hy Haven C'ronhv P. C.T and airitlnnt all persona elalntlnRany with Paint Clerk yourwritten d.-
of the SW1-4. In Sect. 13, Sect. 21, Twp. 6 So. Range 22E. Eva U Fernandez of Brad. Co. Frank tjinclrum, "'"rk... FIlii, estate, right title or interest In f*.......a. If liny to the Bill of Com' f'
deeds have been Twp Lester Slade Everyone is invited to attendour Attyn. for Pit. I8-I O 4t or lien. upon the following' deanrlhed plaint: nt the Union prescribed by
of Brad.
Co.
;ng re- 6 So., Range 22E on Silver Lake. to to Alice Fernandez Kaufman & Christmas Wed- real property situate In Bradford Law. therein nettingup the estate.
House
the court B. T. Thomas. Starke: all that John Warren Kaufman: propertyat program on In the Circuit (....,..t la and f.rllmdrunl (County Florida, to-wltt rlnrht. or Interest In, or lien upon :
Maggie C. Herring of Duval portion of the SW1-4 of the NE1-4 corner of Water & Call St. nesday night Dec. 22 at 7 o'clockat t...vntr< Klorlilnt 10,'(.....,,- The North Twenty-five (28). Acres the above described. property claimed a
Herein' fall not or Judir' *
the hv
to L. E. Co. to Bernice A. Herring the Church. Number "Old nt the AVest Three Quarters of ynn.
t'ey starke Bessie and & all that portion of the SE1-4 lying and being In NW1-4 of SE1-4 rrrv.]>. Li Thompson Jr. Plaintiff versus North halt of the Northeast Quarter vent will be entered against you I
NE1Sw..4 -4 Herring of Gam boa. defmilt.
d :-pslng:; Canal of the NEl-4 of Sect 23 Twp. 6S, Range 22E All persons rlnlmlnir. any rxtntr.rlKht of Section' Twenty-fotir (In.Town..hlp by neal of naldCourt .
lying In Sect. 21.& hand and
Witness my
-. of Zone: lot 11 on Silver Lake. Brad GRAHAM BAPTISTA title or Interest In, nr ]ll""nupon S South. lunge 22. : East Stark. Florida, thin otu .
Range 22E ford Co. Twp. 7 So., Range 21E. in City of Starke. the real property' hiiiln dtnnrrllvvd. and you nre hereby until required Court to file day of at December A. D. 114S. ,
with the rierk of yourwritten
6 So. Palmer Starke Christmas at the or Any part thereof !I' I A. J. Thomas, a.
H. A, Manasaa of Bradford Co J. L Silcox of Starke to Florence Williams to program ndantM. appearance personally1: or (Official Seal)
!g 80 acres. to J. Walter F. Schmidt: 251: acres at Graham Christian Church will be "Ihf Mime< of Florida tat All pereons Uv attorney) In unit I proceeding. Clerk of the above styled Court.
ikopt! of Duval Co. Elijah Rlsby: lot 10 of Blk Moore of Starke: Lot 6 of Dec. claiming any ,ntat, right UK; or before the tenth day of Jan I 12.10 4t '12-11: I
of intersection of Center St. & State presented Friday evening .
of Gamboa. 4 Sunny Acres Sub-Div. indMl title or interest In. tir lien upon thereal
Herring Blk 27 in Livingston Truby & Co's"DON'T Rd. no. 13 or no. 301 as per plat :21 at 8.00 o'clock, sponsored by property herein described or ---- .

--. ... ,,,,, .,,, thereof. And ulno :
,10,11101 .oliuI" '9I'"!hen''" //"IIpsi.' 'II I.1'I''" 'III III,,,, of Temple's SubDiv.Employment the Graham Elementary School. any .part ., Harry .
Mlnnlt k Mary Mlnnlrk L-
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kiddies Everyone to is see Invited Santa. to bring the the Mlnnlok addresses. and of all Virginia of whom. Mlnnli-k.remain. :5-E; From where I sit... // Joe Marsh k kr

FORG r" 'it'itI Office unknown to the Plaintiff exceptthat
the Plaintiff haa been Informed -
1 1na Will Be Closed Left Over TurkeyTurkey and that being a. copy Informed of thin does Notice believe

r I For Weekend ot suit mailed nhove named. parties
Holiday
dinners with all the In rare of :Mm.. James Mlnnlt" I SHnuth

I Christmas holidays for state "trimmings" are a big part of be dolivered. Union or Akron forwarded. 4. Ohio will theabove The Missus "Ducks" Out
TO REMEMBER"Santa the Christmas holidays for many named part leaItefrnilnntK ,
employees Include workers in the ireelliia l You are
Floridians, but the State Board heiebv notified that a proceeding
Gainesville office of the Florida of Health is urging homemakers to quiet title has been. broiiKht In
the Circuit Cuurt I In and for trd-- Slim lUrtman took bin miscue Slim and the missus get on so well
Stato Employment Service, Mrs to be sure to refrigerate all the
duck hunting the other day. Andcontent to stay home nights together .
Helen Rodman Manager an- perishable left.overfood. as soon
after the meal as possible. after av. hours of sitting& In. enjoying one another'scompany
nounced The office will Coughs'From
today. {Beware & over glass of beer and agame >
she'd had enough! Going
Refrigeration, it is stressed is wimp
be closed from Thursday noon,
i of chets.
horn. Slim reminded her gooJnsturedly
the only way to prevent food infection Common Colds
December 23, through Monday, or as it Is commonly of the time shed taken From where I site we can't all

December 27. called food poisoning. A turkey That HANG ON him to a woman novelist's lecture, enjoy the name things-but we can

USE OUR LA YeA WA Y PLAN I II No claims for unemployment left standing at ordinary room and Insisted that he sit It out. share those", little pleasures that

I compensation will be taken and temperature for just a few hours Creomulsioo relieveipromptlybecau e haven we do enjoy-a glass of beer.
it goes right to the seat of the trouble So now the missus and Slim
no Employment Service functionswill may become Infected even thoughIt to help loosen and expel germ laden understand No more duck game of chess, some music on thr
!
Do Your Christmas be performed at itinerant has been well-cooked and once phlegm and aid nature to soothe and her more lecturesfor radio-and llve-snd-let-live whe.
for no
hunting -
in the local office on infected cannot be made fresh tender inflamed bronchial
points or heat raw, decided sack to hu It comes to the others.
Shopping Early! these days, Mrs. Rodman said. again merely by re-cooking. There mucous membranes.Tell your druggist him. They
Is no odor to warn that the foodis to tell you a bottle of Creomulsion own tattt.It's .
"In past years although our
W. employees have received the poisoned.It !. with the undemanding you must like because they can agree to tJtlaJu D
.
SCHWINN equivalent amount of time off at Is also very important, says the way it quickly allays the coughor back. disagree like that I think, that OVV c\
have
4 ; the State Board of Health that you are to your money
i
Christmas as other state offices
BICYCLES 41.95 66.95 { this Is the first time the Gainesville knives and other utensils used in CREOMULSIONforCoughf.ChejtColdi.Bronchiti Brtiun Foundation. +
to ; employment office has closed : dressing the uncooked fowl bo Copyright,1949,United SlaM

Christmas ," i thoroughly washed and sterilized
t 1 for more than Day
1Y a ? Mrs. hodman said.Unemployment. before using to carve the rciuly-

to-eat bird-for, germs which
Horsman DOLLS 4.98IIOUSMAN compensationclaims
may bt present on an uncooked
scheduled for Friday and
fowl may be pa" ed along to the l e m a
Monday will be taken on Tuesday '
persons eating the bird by means
morning December 2Sth. There v
: I of dirty utensils. I a
k > OrY are no claims aihcduled for Saturday '
s ,,r NOAH' I ,
18 in. Bride DOLL. 9.95

Lnutey, an Itinerant point In (.....It Court, llrniiroril (.mini*.
(
served on Thursday afternoon Florida. lit <-hnnrrrr.I'Mwnrd .
: f.J ir llurliomtflu In tiff, vKalhpritii
yy' will bo visited Thursday. morning I ; M litiihiimt; : DefinidnntCue .
\ 3.98 ; December 23rd.. After that time No. 70DOnlrr .
Cashl\cgisters I > Of I'lilillintlonliil \ill lee
the usual schedule will be resumed 'I'.. _\pi..rnr t t %4
Starke will be visited !'I"'N or OHIIM <.i ,

LS and SENIOR Thursday morning as usual. linnet Kathrrnte; and I M iitMienH: Hurhorpt' IN: unknown, whore:: :reel*|
1 198 4 98
to You Z a
in required] to appear| on
TERS I .r nunrv, 'I I 1. llin. In the Rh"Hnlln.1
Tinker Toy Set 2,25S Smedleys Move Court and null, wherein .plttlnllffc / .. .
1'1.\ 1 .>ek" illvoroo. Tirndfoifl I'onntv #-
Telegraph| shall r>ul>ll.h this Order.
Rt'v.V.. G. Smedley. former : In nevi four weekly( I.eltea.Wltnc" .
of the Starke Christian niv hand. and offl..lnl..nl 16-17-18-20-21-22-23-24
pastor at !Html I.e. Klorlilii, this noe..I..rI. 8 Big Days..Dec.
OS17.50 S to 259.95 Metal TEA SET 1.89'' Church, has resigned as pastor of 1949.
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the church at Lake Butler where tOFI'Y'IAL I sn\T,> A..1. Thnmim
All Cleric nt Maid Court.
he has been for the past two try HIM'<'n CroHltv, P. P. --a so.s.PJ.r./ feerrliL. V.. H., Feast Foods
We're Playing -
9'. Frank 7/nnilrum, Btnrko, 1."nrhIA.AltYil. ,
;years, and has accepted a pAstor.
focal Trains 4.39 Roll-Over Airplane 98c' ate in Albany Ga. The Smedleysleft r"i' nr. ia-j 4t 1221In j Santa of All Rinds

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last week for their new home. 4'1.."" t..t. llrniiroril. ( niniO,
I Khirlilni. In hninrrr* 1 Claus With At Ueally !
("""M'nr.1.,11.: I'liitntlff! vn linen ?
Aboard DestroyerWarren :V..'lHi>n. DefendOCt.! CatrVn 7011)Orilrr ; FOODVALUES 1 DEEPCUTPUICES III
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of liit ll.nllott nodoe lif lopp
.% """. "lnt. ttt I'lornlii tot I
O. Lucas telcman, 3rd I'...lIOn.1..001.: whose renUloni In !
M HOME & AUTO SUPPLYTOYS
[ duns, USN is serving, aboard unknown* B B
Ymi an required to np|>'nr on
the destroyer USS Theodore E Tnnimrt 10th ini'l In tin uhnvenamed
e Chandler a unit of Task Force l Court and raiiNO, herein

FOR ALL MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY I I 3$, which Is now undergoing an I lnlntlff*
Intensive training period! In the Miler. Irt next four weeklyItltillAM

111 W. Call St. Western Pacific and in the China t1'Itnse my hnnit and ofri"'Inl sent
Color Price List!
for
Ask Store I
Sea areA. He Is the son of Mrs. At Htnik, Florida, thin P, ember at 4-Page ,

", '"int''..,,tiiti'' "i '..,mm1,", II' ,. .. .,., .. ___ .___ _. __ W. J. Lucas of Route 1, Starke. 8.(O[191t"' -'I-\1., (. 8KAI>) A..1. Thomnn \

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEOrtAP1L STARKE, FVORITh FRIDIY' DECFIiRER
(l
I ti,( tjFAGE FOL7ti were, Mr. and Mrs. 1.. D.
.. : Home Scene accOmpanied at
l' WSCS Members Sauls Green, Mr. and Mrs Robert Green, the plena
Guard
: : National
Davis I Mrs D
t itl.\\) Mrs. E. M. L
'; tw Of Party Mr, and Mrs. N. T. Green, Mrs.H. Thamaaprog
; i To Members Have Dinner Enjoy Annual Surprise C. Wimberly, Miss Beth Wim- chairman. gave a l1irra,,
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Hostess spry

; : 'ilr i :lii} SOCIETY and CLUBS Of Auxiliary ITo December 22 Christmas Party at Mrs.a surprise A. F.party Sauls at entertained her home Freddie berly, Mrs Wimherly W. M.,Wimberly Mr and. Mrs.Miss offering Hostesses am.\\'as A sPeCial taken) Lottie Inteltl\Jr ya\ ,

'd Office Gladys Mooty Residencer ot the :'The Starke National Guard Members at the Woman' Society on McMahon street Sunday afternoon L. J. Green, and children, Me Mrs C. for the 5'enk

j ;, ;:,d' ,,1.\",\:eJ" rhODe 29 Editor rhone 33 The Ladies Church Auxiliary held its Company will have its annual ot Christian Service were I tram 5 to 7 o'clock The and Mrs.: Adam T. Green Mrs. Dinkins, A.]\\frs,Knight 15er

',",1". - ----- Presbyterian Dec. li at 8p.m dinner Wednesday night, Dec entertained Monday afternoon at occasion was the birthday anni- A. n. Green and Mr and Mrs P. Mrs Walter It. C Bufor4t,I
,I ; -"'"' 0-# 0 regular meeting Christmas party In the and Mrs. l\f.\ \
Sauls
8
at Mr.
lovely
USO building a versaries ot ICing
the
j ,t r In the home ot Mrs, E. M. 22. In M. Barefoot
.,t' "J ''It''" Observed Mrs Killian Davis o'clock It will be an informal Educational Building Lloyd J. Green and the party Our new,, --
", I :: ; Birthday Lucille MIchell opened affair with no formal clothing The auditorium was beautiful!; proved to be a complete surprise senses 1M P"CllIfJRlh'aI(
,
Miss Business Circle the Iadr
; j '''' \ "\ Roast Honoree At Party The Guard uniform will and to both. talk flf
," ..1'p: \: II" With Weiner the meeting with an Invocation worn decorated with baskets vases Drop in and I.t, the Ie.
, .'+ 'H In Adkins Home scripture reading and prayer not be worn. or holly, bright poinsettias and A beautiful sliver Christmas Met Tuesday yo" S'arke Dry u ClraaP an l II tAUTOIfoBltg t
Ambrose ot S. Cherry ot the Company ,'
Alton All members
,
(,, U tjl .. followed by a vocal solo by Mrs. Christmas The tree and other seasonal decorations
'I ,Street entertained at a wiener The Adkln's home on N. Walnut E. Charbonneau. Mrs B. C. Holtzendorf are expected to brIng their wives lovely greenery were used throughout the The Business Woman's Circle

''Ifij'' :' llj.";: roast on the beach ot Lake Geneebra. Street was the scene at a dellghttul who had charge ot the or friends and In addition there attractive Christmas tree, topped home. The large birthday cake ot the First Baptist Church met

} '.,\,(1" I .' va Saturday, evening In tea Wednesday afternoon program, called on Mrs. K. G. will be representatives from all with a brilliantly lighted star was with the names Inez and Jack, Tuesday evening Dec. 7, In the LIABILITY
.
11.; ,,. ''I f"" tlon ot his birthday anniversary. when Mrs. A. Z. Adkllls entertained Duncan and Mrs. Roy Ward for local civic organizations.A the center ot the decorations. Along iced In white was embossed with IXSl1t.\'i(
'i'' tt, celebrate the oc44 at Mrs. J. W. ot entertainment Is Church Annex, Mrs R. A. Green, Although not
(' <\) ,: ; Helping to In honor articles from Outreach magazine, program table was used centered with green and red decorations and much eompubo" It II
: j' r' :' caslon ;were Mr. and Mrs. Her- : KIllian ot Starke and Waynesviii. and two songs from Mrs. Char- being planned to take place after sliver flowers, bal formed the centerpiece for the devotional chairman, used as her safer to cart' lJabullJ
bowl ot IMuran.
blue
Mr and Mrs. O. E. N. C. and a few ot her Little Town ofBethlehem" the dinner. a' I
;' fl bl7: bert Hogan. bonneau, "Oh dinning room table After the text, "Because There Was No line. rr'Present"''IJ old
,'f'l .. Miller, L. J. Kite Miss Audrey trlends. and "Come All Ye anced with lighted tapers and was "Happy Birthday" to .llable stock ('
) I group sang Room In the Inn". and concluded
' r." ;4'''( Moore, Miss Sally Ambrose, Gene Lovely arrangements ot poinsettias Falthtul". donated $2 each for the Hospital piled high with brightly wrapped the honorees, Mrs. Sauls assisted Your business will t be p<
ll t(; \SJ: Kelly and Harold Smith. and holly were placed at The Treasurer reported $60 on supplies making a total ot $12 gUts for each guest by Mrs. W. M. Wimberly, Mrs. with a poem, "I've Built A Man- ated.

t,. !oU '. s."... points of interest throughout the hand. Mrs. Holtzendort made over received to date. $1.81 was collec- Group singing ot Christmas Louise Wainwright and Mrs Nel- I ger", 12& w, Can Street

\I :" (I :'t, BIRTHDAY PARTY, lower floor. The tea table .was four pillows for the manse. Mrs. ted for the manse tund. The roll with Mrs. E.K. son Green served delicious re- I A trio composed of Mrs. Wm. Opposite Bradford Co
i ;. :\. i Ifs jlj. entertained overlaid with an heirloom linen Ward reported $17 collected for was called with 20 members and carols was enjoyed freshments. I Morse, Mrs. R. A. Green and Mrs. T"kppi
'.f.'' ;S ;t. Mra O. E. Crosby Perryman at the piano Jack Phone 134N
$5 was paid
1. cards Mrs. one guest present
centered with a unique sales tram Christmas
"r'y :"1d'tj,,, about 40 young people Saturday cloth and Miller, young grandson ot Mrs Those present to enjoy this L. F. Dinkins sang "Judea, ThouArt. D.
dues.
In Wainwri2ht.lr
ot silver pine burrs, reported purchases pt ap" on I (
Stern
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t ?i Shermon arrangement and Mrs. I Waltlllg". Mrs. E. L. Biggs ,
her son with Mr.
1 the affair ,
honoring lovely
+ night W. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd gave poem
C.
"I[' \\ ,,1J'' red Christmas ornaments and holly pies and candy for the Sunday Mrs Bailey .
Outdoor
:ft on his 13th birthday. leaveI' Thft sliver tea and coffee School and will be assisted by H. C. Walker" were welcomed as 'Twas the Night Before Christ.mas"
'
I .' ; were enjoyed 4 i\ 'rl.i: games services were placed at each Mrs. Holtzendort to till Christmas new members.A .
:!. .il : \'t'',, oJ; evening. Refreshments ot birth.i end at the table. The buffet held boxes. Each member was letter was read tram the gave the beautiful Christmas
.r:' I .'': day cake, cookies and punch were Mrs. an attractive arrangement ot asked to send a one pound can Presbyt.erlal President urging the story ot the Other Wise Men

"It' ib" served to the young people. snow-white camellias Interspersed I or gackage to Stern's garage this attendance at the Synodical Train- The hostesses served a delicious
"".. ,. i""I' ),"I4i.ICrosbY! was assisted In Inez the Kelly serv- with holly leaves and flanked with 'I' week as our overseas Christmas Ing Institute In June. salad course to the fifty guests
Mrs
) ,: ( '':'r.r.t.: ing the guests by tour-branched candelabra with donation Mrs. Holtzendort presented present. The holiday motif was
.1 a
,, ,:'4 t' \\1'/to lltl Mrs. L. A. Crosby and Misses burning ,white tapers I Mr and Mrs. Simmons donated handmade crocheted crosses as carried out In the napkllls and
I" .. J i Wanda and Mary Alyce Crollby.
f: b ot the bookmarkers to the officers Mrs.
: Helping Mrs Adtlns! attend an Ice box and the men candy. H1thW
'\ ,, A'A ) : .' her guests were Mrs. Killian. Church have agreed to move it Wynn added a special pencil for Hostesses for this occasion were

(: alt;' ?i\if t y U T'S FACE IT Mrs J. W. Kincaid Mrs. Joe to the Sunday School room Fourteen each one Mrs. W. L. Blair, Mrs.V.. E.,
,1 't \f made this month Mrs. Stump and Mrs. Stern will Mrs B .
.} Inves- Hoover and Mrs. O. L. Beasley calls were Middleton, Mrs. F. H. Long
{ for the future by e
t:'. ,"J: ':. Get set ,in the new and the goal Is for every member serve as flower committee for J. B. Cottrell Mrs. L. W. Koch, 1
'l.. .: ,' i( tlgating opportunities to make one call each week. Mrs. January.The and Mrs. W. G. Halle.
I S. Army and U. S. AIr Force. Birthday Dinner / /r
'I .. t 't'U. Stern translated a Thank You next meeting will be at
\', f'' ;::1 ,J: Face the future with confidence note from packages sent abroad. the home of Mrs K. G. Dun-
\ ( t.4 tree retirement J. W. Eddy and his grandson/ Young People'sChristmas
{( ; employment
Steady '
t i!. t Mrs. Kite reported that B. C. can, with Mrs. E. M. Davis
:;- plnn. For the ladles, oppor- J. W. Eddy, Jr., both, of Waldo
: :, } ;\"ji: i' Holtzendort ;was making candleholders leader and Mrs Kite, devotion Party
,"F ; ;' ,tunltlf's In the WAC or WAF celebrated their btrthday anni-
iy"" r 7 for the church Mrs. The hmrtess served delicious hol-
....1 '. J,, rl coffer See carpers with recrUiter brlsrht at prom1 POIlt.t : versaries jointly with R dinner" Chandler retld a list ot needed Iday refreshments with Christmas The Young People at the First
{ '. ;,, Ise. your served outdoors on Sunday, Dec
: 'G \\\J'! + t f I. Office Building Starke, Fla., J2. to around 80 friends. and relatives hospitals supplies Mrs Stump favors, after which there Christian Church are planning r
1 c ,'I' t tH.: :; !p each Monday, 9 am to 12 noon. Mrs Kendrick: .. and Mrs. Young, I I.11 was an exchange ot gifts.J.CLJLoiL4dl7A a Christmas program this evenn 5 __ otrvCS /.i
1
( '" r facts ,without delay) Ing (Friday) at 7:30.: All members ..
: { *e' tGt't.\; full
r well known asa
I Mr Eddy, Sr are urged to attend and bring a
,;: ;.- t' : I I successful business man In \Val- friend A&.I- Xo. 2 Cans Small .

,: 1.; do, began his 7h year at this EAII.Y JUNE I'I'L AS ____ 2c;:) ; ,
'f rt; J, time -

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I f))1. i ;i\ Christmas. Select them from DAEB&CTARKE CRANBERRY SAUCE --- 17c

:4} ,m; h STUMP'S Department Store. \\'.. school lets. out for the Mrs. O. W. Griffin, In St. Augustine I. I Washington, Red, Delicious

ill Christmas holidays today and our And Myrwln Long and FLA.Sun. Ann Pa e, 11 Oz. Bottle
't. \ ( teachers will be scattering to the lions will join with 'reltalr for a I KETCHUP -_--_______ 19c A P P L E S, 2 lb. to
., Mon, TIII'II., Jf't" 10-21 GJSunnyfield
visit with the Lloyd Lewlses In
"r.. i EXPERT SHOE tour winds to spend the festive
I f, holidays with those who are nearest Wilmington ALL MY SONS Red York Imperial

,'. :!itJ.t 1 .':. ,' ,\j..', man and will dearest return. .to. Audrey Madison New-to Most 0' the vacant space left Edward: G. Robinsnn>>l Burtl..an..llllu'r cArcM: FLOUn 2_nn 3'1;, Ib_ pkg 35c: I A P P L E S 5 lb. 43cIona

,;/ II' \ visit her mother Madge Whig- by these departures will be taken ,
\ 0 ham will head for l'itatesboro' up, ot course, by the Influx ot I Shorts: "Qu..pr Blnls" &: Kali-
; 22 Oz. Cans 2 FOR .
\ Ga. to visit her brother-In-law our college set which begins this : l'Iii.Arl,,tocrat", 1)1115. Cartoon U. S. No 2's Sib. n.\GS.ea.;
kJ r' \ : : and HiNter, the II.V.. Turners weekend Charles Mooney and I ,C; Latest "'orl,1 News PORK & DBANSur -- 23c
I r: to the Hilly Edwards arriving/ from ORANGES -19c
i Ellen Law plans spend -
ru I t ,
t
Clemson Winkler, .
with her husband In Merry .
; holidays .1. Thur.. 1)ec 22, 23 Ann I Palt'e Quart
f, 1 Jacksonville '. Mrs. Wm. J. Marian Drown, Mary Weldon, and DOUBLE FFLiTI'ItEBORDERLAND
SALAD DRESSING, _._ 57c 10 th. HAG OFGRAPFFR111Tr9c
.
", and Mr. Woodham are Barbara Horne from FSU
\Votl ham t
i rfti[ : LET us DO YOUR SHOE going to penllacola, Mobile, Ala Ona DemorNlt, Minnie Lou Hazen, ?

J'J'i Mf'' .. .. Evelyn Newsome, Jeanette Priest,
J;{ I REPAIR WORK and Blue Mountain With William Boyd, George
r
'f t: STUART'Si The Leonard Smiths Jr will go Comer Perryman, Gene Fog-g. (Gabby) Hayes "
Charles Knight, Jerome Johns, FRESH
Satisfaction" Guaranteed I touring up Indianapollll, Ind. way JU.oIOShanghai!
I 'i CYCLE SHOP and George Powell Leonard and Billy GREEN
to look for some snow vow BEANS. 2 lb. 25c
to turn around Smith Mack Futch, Harold John.son Chest
BAKER they aren.t going
Temple Ave. & 18th Sf. BIGGS & Don and Billy Patray, Lyle
Ethel
until they find some With Charley Chan FHESH
j
'k : f'f'l tl y .f.. Starke, Florida 103 W. Can St.. Starke, Flwl a Biggs will holiday with her brother Anderson Merle Grider, BUddy I'IUII Latest "'orlol News Eight O'Clock I Coffee GREEN CABBAGE Ib 3c
sister-In-law, Col. and Davis, and Enos Hoyes, all from
; and
.
; l ,, -sssns-flfl-s Sr.. sr r '4 .. 3Th. 11-i
.tOc
t\\, U ot F Sylvia Morse, Steve I"rl.. Sat.. U..... 2I. 2.1 116. .
Weldon Jr., J. E. Denmark and DOUBLE .'K\TeUE Fresh CRANBERRIES. Th.23c
C. W. COUlon from Stetson Bokar Coffee ,

', w GIFTS FOR EVERYONE AT CARPENTER'S Henry Manassa Jr tram Southern WEST OFRAINBOW'S Idaho Russets. Large

and Paul Canova from St END 1 lb. 4c POTATOES 5 lb. 29c
Leo Should be a gay time 3 16. 1.35: l/ o I

In the old town with all that With Tim MCCOy
bunch around -.,_ ... ALSO Red Circle 'Ogi ,
; p.y GRAPES, 2 1tJ. ___ __- 25c
Bush Christmas Coffee
Frlc'ml" 0' the l.alll family
-.. will be glad to hear that they Chips' Uaft..rty, lichen Grieve "Snoball" 12'8lib.
had a pleasant trip through Texas Cartoon: "Uollalel' Dream "Ie ft CAULIFLOWER, Head 25c
k 1 a x WE OFFEn 'nroute to their new home In \'ole..". && C"hapt..r' I 11 I "Junior

Carlsbad N. M. Glad to 0-Men" BUY RIGHT! BUY ralco I FEEDS

L NEW --- F RES H Merchandise welcome a couple ot new clerks 14 ........ !I -
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.t
on Call Street during the season's ; mot-; r SCRATCH
rush: Ida Mae Shaw and -' \ 23 lb. .0'7 ten m. "tl0LAYINI

't' Sunshine Williams helping out at I \, '," ,
'I.
ELECTRIC und I' '
31IS11t
lella's See we're to have a \
PERFUMES: SAFETY RAZORS new real estate office on the PRACTICALGifts \ t t 23 lb. 1.1'7 tea4.3tThey
rI
main I1trm--Waltel" Sibley open-
TOILET WATElt ling quarters soon In rl"modelled" i GROWING X I.\ II
Are Top Quality a. U1
23 lb. 1.1'7 100
space In the Starke Hotel :

,i 't BATH I0 W DEn "., Heard via the grapevine that one For HIM. B "SUPERRIGHT"Sirloin
at our local teachers miMed a
ta ta.t9CIIIUSTIAS ot "The Messiah"In I II r
GIFT' performance
Steak lb. 89c
TOILET SETS Gainesville Sunday night after I, -

t' being held up by a Waldo gendarme Botany TIES Chuck Roast, lb. 67 cRib
for running a red light .
$ Such an example for our schoolchildren $1.00 & $1.50In & Brisket Stew lb 3ge

CARDS Single and hy the box Tsk Tsk Gift Boxes Ground Beef lb. 4ge
Had to pay a $3 tine, too .
i Botany All-Wool Flannel WARWICK CANDIES
t TIIERJIOS PACKS for picnics At th.I..thndl: t Fellowship ROBES Wilson Corn King Bacon, Ib 63e -

hour Sunday evening R contest $12.9 Sunnyfield Bacon, Ib: - 73c Christmas i t Assortment II",
lb.
} TIIERMOS SETH for travelling MILK CHOCOLATE 2
was held for newlyweds (married ,
rx, Others $ 1,95 & $10 Western Pork Loin
within the
past three months) S hI1.K CHOCOLATES I tb. bet SEnd
to see which at the brides had Botany SLACKS Cut Roast or Chops It.A7. .
.c '
H the steadiest nerves. Had to AND
"- $13.50 to $17.50 Sm Western Spare Ribs l It. 55cI1tItK MILK 1 t
-i CHRISTMAS transfer pecans tram one can to :. 1 m. bar
another--a distance ot 10 teet- Botany & Interwoven Frozen Whiting Fillets 1tJ. 77c
)) COR A T ION SI. balancing them on a knife SOCKS 55c to $1.7:> HAnK CIIOCC-IJ\TEH: I tb. bot Sk
Lucy (Barton) White won, with QUIck Frozen Red Perch, lb. 33e ..
Hazel (Simmons) Hitch a close Arrow WinJs Nelson : Shotwell's I AaaortedCHOCOLATES
Smoked
w Finnan Haddock Ib 39c
.: X T U A I.. I GilT S runnerup Glimpsed the Nat Paige S II I n T S 2V lb. .:hagIlnb's -

Sternbergs up from Daytona and $2.9: to $3.9: 5
..on TilE TREE attending to bUlllne affairs here 1t19

Tuesday I've seen some morbid Botany & Bartlay Jane Parker ALL-AMERICAN STICKS '
i1 effects at beer on people, but
SHIRTS Brands
SPOILT
must say that mixture ot stale dARETTES: All Popular
1. FOUNTAIN SIOCKET beer and epsom salts on Canova' $1.9: to $12.50 Fruit PER CARTO N ----. 1' ah
TRA VEl.. KITS I
window Is very effective
BOOKS Gives It a genuine frosty appear- Nelson Paige Expanso -rin'ce Albert Tobacco I ih.can ,_

tj ance BELTS '
H BABY .. $1.50 to $3.50 Cake t' a Geo. Washington Tobacco Ib i ie

J'r, 1 HAIR Received the
.lImInlt communication
G'IFTS Tedan & Justin Western : ALL Chewing G.U-l\I, 3 pkhs-
1.. mtUSIiEH r from Augusta, Ga this
y/ week: "Sonny Hess wishes all his 11E; LTS 5 It,. 3.85 *,} ca.ca. C
friends In and around Starke a $1 to $3.50 ,_

st 'v COLOR OVER $ r, very Merry Christmas and a Hap- & Etchi80n 3 lb. 2.45 4 CHRISTMAS I TREE
( New Year has been Stetson 95c
NITE py Sonny I _
ri' nOOKS KITS In good health for some months HATS = $1.9: to $1-1.50 3 to 4 f t. .... .- -
l %= lb. 1.25
.
now He goes to school and Sunday .
n 0 t Schooi He remembers those Cloth & Leather 5to6 f t. _-. .-. 1'2-

PICTUIE who were 10 kind to him In J A 'C'K'E'T S
Sept -
Gold 8 ft -. .- 249
Medal FlourS Th. 49t. tg -
ELECTRIC TRAINS 1917 and hopes some day to come $4.95'to $27.50Men's
C
BOOKS II O C O L A T E S
back to visit them" Sonny, I Bells Poultry Seasoning 9c inch Stands -
; 8f (Battery Sets) lInaJly'... \\'lUtman' as you remember Is the little fellow SUITS
1 ; '}, and Gale'sIi that had his Christmas early $21.50 to $17.50Alvarez Peter Pan P-nut Butter 35e 118 Green 79c

1 to Pound BoresCARPENTER'S several years ago because doctors Trees each -
r said he couldn't live till Dec 2S: :

Am sure that all his friends IONA FLOUR
DRUG STORE will be delighted' to know that

he Is getting along 110 well and 2 16. .. ___ 16c

ready for another visit tram Santa 5 II.. 33c

1 10 lb. _____ __ ___ 63.:
6$ STARKE, FLA. i So Est. 1891
PRONE long See In the nextCarol'n
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I Station.. Chester Witnellll mv hand and Qfrlel" I
Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Oakes Mrs. S. K. Brownlee will spendthe In Circuit Court Bradford County dence In Hemlock tarke; Florida this DeC)
Klorliln: In Clianrprv. South Carolina: seal1948 '
and daughter will leave Saturdayto Christmas holidays with her I laud Blrklev. Plaintiff.' vs. .
Henry You reaulr..1! to anne r on
Ii of LOCAL NEWSL ] spend the Christmas holidays son-in-law and daughter, Judge SOCIETYtHynn :Ca"Mamie! <. No1)rvlrr .l>7Q2O.. Blcklev. Defendant. January art 17th. 1919. In wherein I OFFICIAL SFA1 Clerk .Ill A.a:Ie fd TtaiueaAs Court.'
named' Court e.
with their parents in Nashville, and Mra. A. L. Long in Gaines of liil,.llca>tlon and Noticeto plaintiff seeks a divorce. Bradror Rv Haven Crosbv.| DZach RiiS-SOT.\C. 'Lynch
irouglse
Tenn. ville. Auw>ar County Teleoranh shall 1 I publish" H.
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() this Order in next four weekly Bide.. Jacksonville.P'of'O! *
and children," Mrs. F. A. Moore and grandson Gotham Gold Stripe Nylon Mrs. Tolbert Black and son,, Home MamieTFti. Buckley. whose\if Issues Attvs. for Plf. ,

n Lynn Susan, of Ala. Frank Walters, of Calnes. hosiery at STUMP'S.Mr. Jimmy, will arrive from Lakeland -=
lira guests of Mrs.. villa, spent Monday with Mrs. J, and Mrs. Robert E. Tan- Saturday to spend the holidays Scene Of Dinner -- -- -- -- -- -- ----------- -- -- -- -- -- -

!;unday S. V. An B. Sapp. ner, Jr. of Gainesville Sun- with Mrs. Black's parents,,
her Me Mrs. Clara Peek of Newton were Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick The Mr. and Mrs Charles Darby GIFTS for EveryoneAt
Ga day visitors of Mrs Laura Povell. Plenty of Lovely
and Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn
LfMrs,. Chesley Fog spent last week with friends and r Kendricks will also have aa holi- dinner
relatives here.LOVELY day guests their son-in-law and entertained at a delightful
to hear daysSfrox Mrs. Ada Alexander has hadas daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. party and social evening,

in a few GIFTS for Xmas. at her guests, Mr. C. O. Dupia Gibson, and children of Goldsboro, Tuesday of last week at the
where she the SMART !SIIOPPR. of Alachua and J. R. Jones of DENMARKS.
'a hospital N. C. The Gibsona will arrive next Flynn home on Jefferson Street. .
| a serious operatic/ Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ford Jr. High Springs on Sunday and Mrs.B. week. The nine couples were seatedat
of Panama City will arrive here Haynes of Winter Haven left
LOVELY GIFTS for Xmas at three lace covered tables,
| for men & this weekend to spend the holidays for her home Tuesday after aweek's
jackets the SMART: SHOPFE.
of red
which held centerpieces r
with :Mrs.! Ford's mother, visit. Beautiful
S.
TUM of FSU Mrs. F. D. Faxon. Miss Mary Brownlee, who. is Word has been received from gladioli and white chrysanthemums -

L Bellinger was the guest Miss Shirley Colley will arrive employed as a laboratory tech- I Mr Sally Tyson who has been flanked by burning red '

L Beach StubbtnsI today from Washington, D. C. nician for the Maryland State visiting her brother-in-law and tapers. Other floral arrangements
P.
I[ Mrs. R. to spend two weeks with her mother Board Baltimore, Md., and Mrs. sister, Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Norton throughout the home carried out CEDAR CHESTS
Monday M. C. Stith and the Christmas color motif.
Mrs. M.\ H. daughter Sandy,
ol Cooley.
R. R- Dyal in South Gate, Calif for the past TAFtl.K
Mrs spent Satur- Dr.: and Mrs. M. B. Herlong of Washington D. C. will arrive eight months, that she will be Following dinner an enjoyable

Ir springs, and Mrs. R. E. attended a party given by the Mr.today to spend the holidays with returning to Starke within the social evening was had. LAMPS $36 ,. rUe ;
and Mrs. H. L Brownlee.Mr. .
Royal Order of Jesters at the next two weeks. She also stated
J. O. Deaver of Colonial home of Mr. and Mrs. Stith and sons, Chan, Bob that they experienced an earth Baptist Men
Mrs
and Jim, will his hereon
Ga. were weekend Robert Koeppell on the banks of Join family quake last Saturday wherewithall ii
Kir. and Mrs. C. H. 1 the St. Johns river In Jackson December 21. the dishes In the kitchen were Meet In AnnexThe T\VO-riECE '
Mrs. Effie Johns i
had her
Mr. and Mrs.&! ville Sunday afternoon. as broken. __
( and I Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Os- regular December meetingof Nationally Known
et Star Brand shoes for all car Carter of Lawtey, Mr. and Dark colored outing. At the Baptist Brotherhood was LIVING ROOM SUITS SAMPSONCard
,
Mrs. Hugh Ingram Car- the family, at STUMP'S.: Mrs. J. J. Gross and Mrs. Mena STUMP'S: Department Store.Mr. held Thursday evening of last

looney and Mrs.at Mrs. Fred Guy and children, McCutcheon of Jacksonville.Mrs. and Mrs. Roy Ward and week in the Church annex.T. ; Tables
Sunday Nep- I
iipent Jane and Jimmy, and A. Z. Ad- P. O. Carpenter has returned daughter, Mira Jane, spent the K. McClnne, Jr., president Only $119.95Regular

I talk over your klns. Jr. of Gainesville, will spend to the home of her mother, weekend in Dixie. Ga. with Mr. Introduced the speaker, E. C. Only 3.95

end'nwwIthMri. Smith the weekend with Judge and Mrs. Mrs. R. S. Powell after spendingfour !! Ward's parents who celebrated Mann, Jr., who talked on "Check- $144.50 Value

Cleaners.. A. Z. Adklns. weeks at her former homeIn their BOth Wedding Anniversaryon Ing up on yourself from the religious The tract Lump
Dry Newton, N. C. A was held I ...
Mrs. Mattle Kirkland of Sunday. reception standpoint" .. NHorK'il Covers IlartlwiMMl Jo'rtlm.
son, '
tivn, Kinney and of I the Sia on
ka. Dr. and Mrs M. B. from 3 to 5 o'clock and about I
:M. C. Wells Herlong Circle Three of the W. M. U. L lli Sure To Ore Thin. Bargain!
Mrs
over the Dothan, Ala. spent several days spent from Thursday to Sunday 400 guests called during. the appointed prepared the supper for the Brotherhood .J ,

Jacksonville of Mr. last week with H. O. Lawson and morning at the camp in the Ocala hours. I
guests
hilinan the Hutto. family. National Forest belonging to Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mann, Jr. .

Mrs. H. H. Adams and children, Herlong'a brother, C. L. Robinson. and children, Madie and Gibson A I.\K( K SELECTION' OF

Jane and John left last! week of Jacksonville. visited Mr. Mann's brother, Lt. Big Sugarcane

p,11RREPAINTEBUILI for Memphis, Tenn. where they Mrs. John Hall and daughter, Don Mann in Valdosta Ga. on J. D. Mathews seems to be set- All-Wool Axminister RUGS

will spend the holidays with Mrs. Mrs. Evelyn Jordon, former Starke TUI'. day. This Is the first timeIn { 3.95
)- Adams' parents Mr. and Mrs. residents have moved In to the two years the two brothers Ling a new record with old-fa [ And GLAMOUR RUGS

Moseley. Dr. Adams plan, to join Winkler apartments, after residing J have seen each other Lt. Mann shinned green sugar cane at his Metal Legi!

|YCLES his family the latter part of next In Gainesville for the past had returned from overseas and home juat East of Pratt St. Mr. ON lIsf'I.AY AT TIIK: RIGHT PRICES:! j Strong Enough

week. two years. Mrs. Jordan will join was enroute to Fort Sill, Okla. Mathews brought a giant stalk To Stand On
her husband, Lt. Jordon, In Okinawa

.. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Sparks Mrs. office Tuesdaythat
to the Telegraph '
,
.. 5. in the near future. I I I 'lEND
I D. 1_. Thomas and daughter Selia -
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II
:r.- T. T Long[ : and sons, Tom measured 11 feet In length CHINIM.K:
spent Sunday visiting Mr. and oneTOYLAND I
BEFORE SELLING; YOUR SEE
I and Dave are leaving < In circumference
Saturdayfor Mrs.\ l K. S. Bouruli In Palntka. and was 5 '8 In. TABLES II K D S I1 H K ADS
TIMBER or TIMBERLAND Wilmington Dela. where they he had plenty
that
stated
SEE. WRITE or I will spend the holidays with Mr. Dolls& tricycles.: STUMP'S.Sgt. : He better In $1.95 ] r.l' 7.95

CALL WINTON PARRISII and Mrs. Lloyd H.: Lewis. Lt. Wallace Cooley arrived more Just as good or i Assorted. .CVIorn A Designs. Tricyclesf'agonsOlft /

I' Col. T. T. Long, who is tttationed Saturday from Sandia Base, Albuquerque his patch.In A Mi--. f"rn) Family -\\'urlh' Much More- Doil-(.arrlagca
L. GIBSON
or P. at Camp Kilmer, N. J. awaiting N. M. to spent the : .J Anti Many Others,

THE OLD P. O. Box 235; orders for a European; assign- holidays with his parents at IrcnIt I.....rt. llrmlforil Ci>utilKlorltlnt >.

\:MA LIKE KM: NEWS Phone 3 ment, will Join his family for Kingsley Lake. In-rf..v,4 h.nc:Miller.ry.Jonephlne Plaintiff IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

LAWTEY, FLA. Christmas in Wilmington.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Nollman v... lliuvev" i''. Miller, r>*.r.lldLnt.Cao .
R. M. Lee ana son Bobby, and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Barnes No. 7002.Order ( !.

& BAKER Would alw> like to Il'a'4o I arrived Sunday from Greenwich, of New Jersey recently enjoyeda I Of 1'iihllcnllon.*ppewrvrvrH And 4.Itice'Ib Denmark Furniture Co.

turpentine timber. Conn. to spend the Christmas holidays three-day visit to St. Petersburg i o1;I..tl I-'I.OHII tot
ill 1 St., Starke. Fla. 1 Harvey V. \ whose realdeneeand
with Mrs. Lee's ,,
parents and Lake Wales
aildi'pK, IK: 19.18: 1 K. Ti emoHtAvenue
i I Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling. Mrs., Christmas shipment ladies' cure Olive, Hronx, N wYou PHONE 151 STARKE FLA.
I Lee and Bobby will later Join Mr. York I
dresses in STUMP'S.H. are required to appear or
: Lee in Denver, Colo where they just at ,January 3.19111. In the above named f 'tQ
Ilranch of will make their home. V. Knight spent last weekend Court and cause, wherein plaintiff of .
IIr..tpratln" _.
invoice
Mrs. Titus Olson left Thursday in Vidalia Ga. and Tallahassee seeks maiden name' Urnilforil, (Count n

INSURANCE for Olmsted 111. to spend the on business.A Telegraph. shall pnlillHh, this. Order
In next four weekly iBMUej.WltnexH
next two weeks with her mother, 111"An.1 ,uml I official seal
----- --- -- Mrs George Lilley. handsome, tiwful. gift: Rem At Stnrkp, "lul'ldA, this ocemuer

Dr Otha Morrison of Jackson- ington l'ortahle'Typewritere.l Seethe 1 1941.IOFFICLAsslilerk. [ A.:1.: Starlings Grocery

ville was the guest Monday of his beautiful new !gray-ton of .mild Court

1C. WALL AGENCY niece, Mrs. R. R. Hutchlngs: and model. at the Bradford County T.Try Frnnk Haven nnHrutii Cro...l>y. ,l>Stark. C. FloridA.

Mr Hutchlngs. Telegraph. Atty for Plf. 12-3 U 12.24w.

Mrs. Laura Mosely and grandson &
.
I'LCASB PHONE 146

[ Service Over 50 YearsLASSIFIED today, Lynn for a Ormond two week's are visit leaving with Men's Clothing I II j
Constant II I
STORE
Mrs. Moseley's son-in-law and w. ALVAREZ' Established i 1891 CORNER CALL & STARKE

daughter M;. and Mrs. C. W.: .. - Market
Johnson In Rome Ga. On Dec. ; CIIBRRY FLORIDA
,
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27th Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Phillips To

will drive to Rome to bring "

back Mrs. Phillips' mother, Mrs. "ANNIS iTs! SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY, DEC. 17-18
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-- ---- -- Moseley and son, Lynn. .

(,1I1 .\f' 1 Franklin INSURANCE write a 11 line: :Maiden Form brassieres
raft wood heater: 1 fire, automobile liability and I
ll-tmrnlnif clrculntlnit/ life. See me for your Insurance at STUMP'S.RCT : .
''h In good condition need.*. N. D. Walnwrlght, Jr.. 129 John R. (Bobby) Hall who CONCRETE BLOCKSReady .
tf W. Cat St.. Phone IB*. tt
ounty Telegraph. *
Is stationed at Fort Jackson, S. :Mix Concrete Builders Hardware

I MATTRESSESOF C. spent a few days this week Mont Everything;; To Build Repair or Remodel SAUCE t
YOUR TIMBER with his mother Mrs. John Hall, .ioc
NOW ALL, KINDSRENOVATED and plans to be back here for the ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES, Inc.

|Cash Prices Paid I Christmas holidays. 1036-1048 W. Main Street South
Mrs. A. M. Pettit of Gainesville
Box 62:
Phone 217 318 GAINESVILLE: I' O.
IHIY IX BULK visited her son and daughter. .
I IN UNIT in-law Sen. and Mrs Charley
Johns last week. Mr. and Mrs.
,
W. J. Olivenbaum of Gainesvillewere Very
khn INPECK the Johns' Sunday guests CARROTS c
W. Turner 6
FURNITUREREUPIIOLSTEREl Mr. and -Mrs. Guy Gillen Jr "Beautiful
10. Box 463 Christmas the
es\'iIe! Fla. ; ) of Tamaqua Pa were guests of by Organ; Bunch '
I AND REFINISHED Patrolman and Mrs Hal Gillen

Drop l'.. A Curd Sunday while enroute to Miami.
a postcard and I
tome see II HASTINGS1.TTItESS: CO. The Hal Ciller's will be hosts to Those :MHoille that f sY** J n "YEI". Mil)" Santa FRESH LARCE;
MHMI you. Box: 230 Palatka, Fla.DKMflOt'S the Guy Glllnn'3 Jr. and Judge if \ ? '

and Mrs. Guy Gillen, Sr. on fare ..<. (meet at ...".. O'r' i Claus "I couldn't tChrUtmai
I Ont I.pt, h. i I 1 (
mapl e .dm I .

.e ,"'.""?.(pt"lte.' mahoganyI Can. ba comfortable home-i-oikd room at 'olimlul meale.nnd Inn., Christmas.You ulll h<> delighted with the A : tlm.. a
','hnu5e Almrvx ft*son Box StorMrlt 77li- Also furnlHhcd. DHInhtftil nod tmfurnlBhedapartmentn. lorntlon... I I iMwiiiy of our new laimlry wr- ... from hut grniulKtore. Tangerines 10 1

'105. tt, clone! In, on :MAdlHon St., Staike.tfMAKW I 'lciC''om" talk your laundry ,Ii .
:
1 problem uT with Mrs. Smith. "
-apartment house, I'olt .
& I'OI.T Felt HAI..K:: V
I d'hed i .McrptlonnllyI4 aht.. II mo old t. mare will work Sturk Dry Cleaners DOZ.
"1. "
',:"o righ:All In apartment.I town cor-.I anywhere.K. t.:. \VaHdin Roth 3 gentle ml. N.. 1'I..rlflc"'j) Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Gottberg ,
Prlc.e I.) '" sell end 31" 12.24 of Kingsley Lake are expectingtheir Beautiful JEWELRY GIFTS
m .n. \ R..e Jnn F.. .
two sons home next week
'
L" Wnll l| Agency tfatit FOR SULK: B 8 acres. nikn.' APCn '
.. known HM $'tungia, adilltlon.\ Ccxnl; / from service for the Christmas From Starke's Leading Jeweler
.aralf' KnaMitnve truck land & nnlKhhorhood' J. C'I Lester Gott I'l i
holidaysAOl-c: Leroy
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frlirerator. Al.o Terrell, Kt. 3, Lake. City. Ia. Ib. (
Crackers
.
.1 I. I lmmon.. 214 tb" 12.24 berg from San Juan, Puerto Rico HARLEY F. STRONGShop Krispy 24lhc
1 II'
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SIIlrk" ItYEIS and Henry J. Gottberg Jr. from I' Box
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FOil !'L'I.K IIJo I.O''o"'rl
WAITING! Yonn"e wa hlnir mnrhtnc. 12793 Fort Jackson, S. C.

'tq ,f "lr ""tlonalad.i.i Burton. witching mac-hlnes.. .175 Footballs, basketballs, and I in an atmosphere of Real Christmas
tram we can. Produce Hoover vacuum cleaner. 41! US ...
"' yi iir farm Automatic. riff., Irnnn. 1.31.OK..I. \ skates at STUMP'S.:
!' ..I'Jon .Iore home"" eler. 2..I..m."t hot waterheater Mrs. Robert E. Tanner of B..hI1 1 Melodies played on our beautiful14Wurlitzer"Organ.
't. I ,, 11} AS
jour property Auto spotlight, 114Kleo win spent the weekend with her .
Rlf M1ES"T. W, a. lanterns. with halterlen. 249 mother, Mrs Laura Powell. c
1. "'arke., Fla, 8tfO 1121 Slightly used 1 1I.l>urn.r gill *toveharraln I DREFT
at II2S Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Hembreehad 25
\(\"IIISF.. 4CF FrlKl'Inlre.' "' 175WILL .
SIS<1ER. Used as their guest a few days Watrhe
R,: .I.r like SNITil'e fj lit AGE ItlllfoliUBlrthatone.
new
../ ruh. hal.m.nlh.guar.nlnn this week their little niece, Linda Comport ,
tor write: Sewing SELL 3 WKLL BRED Fox Cooper of Gainesville.Mrs. .
W
.1v1110:\1..ln Ph.8t.I I... S.., up-, & Deer Hound pupplen, 1 vr. old, Edgar Wilkinson spent Diamond*
O..lnu. Owner can'thunt
n 2t n.n at sacrifice account price of health.. J. w.Joidan. .. Sunday with her parents Mr. and I + Ring

hand .. Rt. 1, box 29*. JJ1P01NTKR -.I Mrs. N. C. Mott In Brooker. Drt-WM Setaldentlfkatlon 4 i
trueke
"'. S W..I Tamale, S..llfy. anme'tly ..Mar. 2(1) I I7 Mrs. T. F. Landrum and daugh- I I Gift of all Mmlxi* Washington c
Av Up FOR SXI.K: Female ters visited Mrs. Landrum'a Barents Bracelets for stars wcraolon. APPLES 2 ItJ 29

1'I1'Pp.. -.1 ennhltlnn yr. old. extra feel. wide.. Working .. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rogers Delicious!'
a original \\'lllbeea. .y to "" 1 ,
II.Ianlre:paint. ,SeeStrr 412- nloely ___... In Jacksonville over the weekend. I

Itp f>\Tn.' E. A. ltuahton, Keycto p Our Stock I complete in every respect and we

.-nt'T' Young bull' j I Ir' Helht Fin. l cordially invite you to our Open House Saturday, TRADE WITH US THIS WEEK. WE WILL HAVE

111.,1 A8R preen I<'..rk.Tllnl-. It' II.WEN: OF REsfT: Room A hoardto EXPERTadio c December 18. Come in and register for the Beautiful -
elderly people In jtraduatenumo'tt Gift we will give away to the lucky numberon
n.1 ''b country home, H'. ml
nanwith ear Therenna. rd. No. Eve; December 21. CHEAP FOR
'1 n"uranca of Hampton on Christmas ,
h p0' ,rot. r..lllr..I.. | r.debit. F.. 2". )1.... N. II. Tyson, damp tl>1.7ANN'S SUGAR U
'I Fla.
J2 U4.
SI..rke.ltp Your number may he the lucky one. There really CHRISTMASCOOKING'

l-, 1*'.' Spaniel. Monde. is a Santa Claus in Starke. lie may be looking for

*.*.'V. 01'.00"1 Kucera\mes.T ; BAKERYONE you. KO come in our store and register on Open .

main Bate. Itpnr DAY SERVICE on decorated ,House( Day Saturday, December 18. .

...r. 00" Chow dog. cake for party. anniversary or
of Put. birthday 143 W. Call. St.,. next I I

,.nOI, '".1'ihnnv.Plea"-. Ntor.Chlldrei notify It It p, door to Harley Btronn Jewelry.ItD ?epa'SERVICE lc Harley F. Strong] Grade A c.


:!."Ir SF'\\hen OIl." .T Pangea>rl..... 1 2-BEDROOM TilJnCK IIOm E.-mo. EGGS: ; :; LargeGuaranteed 69 )l

'e'w' A R.frlg.ratorF'1 dernly furnished Ha .a. refrl.-
.: ':h.R7.d.' l qaa rn erator. Hea.onabl... For Information Headquarter for Christmas Jewelry Gifts r
at ii.it' call at Coney 1.1"l tH Sandwich Chas. C. -
'I :.1, Shop cor. 10th Church doze''
Pulp:- ...RARE ..nltr""I. Street. 1 tp ShepherdAt Telephone 153

at 'attl.\ ..ap.Novelty bath 137 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. These are just a few of our many Bargains. Come visit us and
len 1!.t4 FOR r trlgeriatnegee .tnvf heat.. Service Station
1 eC b I tn.A..InA 1 .. elec..Available. today ('Fri ). "'*. Gay's see how cheap we sell. Continue to help a HOME TOWN B.Oy'p1mER ,
..... Mr. j. u H. R. John. Sr., 103 Washing I!I.'..01. .I
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" 1f1' 'l'I' 1>>lf; ", Brown. end. Candlelight i Service Inaugurated the Inclusion Rae's fine interpretation of the tlon will be .rrTT5555
and
Is asked to come enjoy '"
: "i'H' one of Christmas customs and music kind and understanding carpenter John the
H : j this happy event. Mr, and Mrs. T. W. Markey Carolyn Bradley was the over- At Warren Sm\\ pate.
Presbyterian of other lands. Spain was the Joseph. Appearing as TheThree
n B Oke r Green were shop- night guest of Jackie Tanner at Members
; 'i >l. ro and Mrs. Roy of the
first country to be considered. Kings are Guy Andrews,
\ "!i 't'" :SCHOOL FESTIVITIESThe Gainesville Monday. Camp Blanding Thursday. Church Sunday are: Margaret I1"1"
!
In Rose
ping I Choi
;t', JJI ;{?, By Mrs Paul Stewartt Brooker Junior High School D. L. Shaw of Last season the country chosen C. M. Turney, and Ed Dahmer. MCRae Dl'-' Ir
Edwards Mr. and Mrs. .
*. Friends of Mrs. J. V. Charles and T. W. Atta" Dolores arm Lq.cllle
and two lovely Knight
France
). l. .. will present its Christmas pro- Sr. will be glad to know that LaCrosse were visitors of Mr; and Continuing: its custom was very followed I Clara Belle Johnson i Ir.d
French Christmas songs were am- way by young Jimmy ,
and enjoy a tree Friday and Mr. and Christmas eleven years Choir is The
' ;'IRIST\IAS: PLAY gram she Is better. Mrs. C. D. Sellers of Preston and his little composed 9rsle I
ple proof that the beauty lamb, will of the
J'J 7:30 o'clock.
1 Dec. 17, at : First Presbyterian Church member f
night 9. Crews Sunday.Mr. :
I ; I, > The Brooker Baptist Churclivill h, E. McGauley. Connie Mrs. P. Evelyn lloto
%alTl '; is invited to attend Mrs. O. all Christmas does not belong to our be seen as the humble shepherds Stump,
extends to Lou
I .I \ f; \ lyl'I! ; present a Christmas Play, and The enjoy public the following program: Holstein, and Roswell McGauley and, Mrs. Harold Frimuth friends a cordial welcome land alone. This Christmas the who so faithfully followed the I Marlon Durshlmtr, Virginia !..lily
""' ll! II I.?',J f If' 'The Scarlet Ribbon", Sunda;y the Herald Angels Sing"by of Palatka were visiting here Fri. and their three little daughters First Presbyterian Church has the guiding star to the place where I McRae Loulae Sdter!
"Hark tend the Candlelight zel
:.. ( \\'h\;lI.p\ ; ,tight Dec. 19, at 6 o'clock, 1 ii Junior High.Christmas day. Misses Barbara Jean and of Ocala spent Sunday :with MrsFrlmuth's cember 19, at 5:00: p.m. privilege of presenting a letter Jesus lay. Margaret Rose Duncan, Beth Fields. Nancy Knightm" IIi:
:
I ,P4 he Junior High School auditor Tree and Christmas Janle Green returned with themto parents, Mr. and Mrs. attended written by Peter Mantel, a native Lucille McRae, Dolores Maruca Smith. Jean Davis jte' ITJ

,I,. If Ikt" t.". um. This play will be very good, In the Land of Nod-by First and spend a while. L. W. Murphy. who ices will have recall the soft of Holland, who during this year and Clara Belle Johnson will and director.Alice Fernandez RaU/n&JI/! ,'

,.' \ i 'f-, ;1 uid everyone is cordially Invited Second Grades. Mr. and Mrs. Will Tyler of Mrs. George Manassa and children many tall, white candles endeared himself to those here, again appear as the angels ador- : ,

,!' r".,di1"" i'I ,o attend. Santa Views the Toys by Palatka were visiting their son Celia and George, Jr., of again cherish a brief so fortunate as to know him. Mr. ing the Christ Child at the crude This beliig a service IJ1 I
>,:a "Ii' :r.1;\ ''1',4t I t i FREE AND PROGRAM: Third Grade. and daughter-in-law Mr. and Green Cove Springs were guestsof quite reverence and Mantel was among those so cruel manger. A capella music appropriate tribute to Him whole birth bUmble
rep' )' '\ Song Christmas Time"-by 4th Mrs. Bryant Tyler, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. String- worship. ly persecuted during the recent to the various characters Christianathe reverently !nIe
t t :\Jll A Christmas tree and program, 5th and 6th Grades. Mr and Mrs. C. Tyler and fellow Friday night and Satur- war, and yet retains a very deep of the pageant ,will. be furnishedby ushers ,will Be celeb brate,
1 /i; ,vlll be held Tuesday night, Dee Christmas songs as either Present
, ; ;,t, exit to t
of the beautiful in the chi
4th and visiting sense really or.
of Palatka receive
4 I L,. I >1, at 6:30: o'clock in the Baptist Christmas Planning-by children were day.Mrs. by the Junior and Senior as be suchtti
i t );' 'ip, :rhurch.:: The program will be giv- 5th Grades here Sunday.We L,. Durden has been visiting are as follows: "Carol, life and cherishes precious mem Ever loved by little folk, "AwayIn realize may that offered by thole who
4t .IIt Trouble in Santa Claus Land- to that Mrs. relatives In Marianna since Sun ogles of the Holland he knew in a Manger" will be by man's greatest
a\ 1 \t'':a( :-n by the Sunday Sch. are glad report Carol", (source unknown); sung ege Is the PMI'll.
9' "primary through Junior Every by 6th Grade. I Truby Hodge is much better at day. fant So Gentle", Gascon ; his youth. Once again the choir Frances Durshimer, Elizabeth privilege of elvrt
r '' ." The Christmas Altar-by JunIor this writing. :Mr. and Mrs. M. Barton and "Gloria In Excelsls Deo"Vel"I"er'i adds to the spirit of another land Milner, Betty Schmitt, Mary

,;, '. ,'j'r', I ': High. Mlas Lubcdia Plnholster, Miss family moved Tuesday Into the Megarey; "A Babe So by singing two songs typical of Schmitt, Theresa Marcua Billy

fl'l', i\41 Everybody please come. Yvonne Harrell. Mrs. W. A. Har- house formerly occupied by Mr. Old Flemish Carol; "In that land. Dowling, and Jimmy Dowling. Also

''l [ : :0'l \ FAR THEAVERAGE AVMS :MEETING rell and Mrs. Pitt Baxter were and Mrs. J. W. Woodward. Midwinter", Katherine K. ; By popular request "The InnKeeper assisting are members of the O Ly h Sf 1} rf,
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H ;; The Baptist WM9 held its regular shopping In Gainesville Thursday. Mrs. L. W. Fleming and son, "Lo, How A Rose E'er i Speaks", a pageant basedon decorating committee Mrs. Kas- is1cr
,',,U,1! i business and program meet- Those attending the Kite birthday Martin, of Orlando were visitors Praetorlus; "Ye That Have the poem by Amos R. Wells per Duncan, Mrs. Robert Kite, HOME
tl, ? ing at the Church on Dec. 8 at dinner Sunday were Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. John Godwin the Silent Night", will be repeated by a cast pre Mrs. R. P. Stubbins, and Mrs. J. POPPING
1 ..tl 4 TO 5 ROOM 3 p.m. The program was ,directed Mrs. J. W. Thomas and children, from Monday until Wednesday.I aert. dominantly the same as that of L. Simmons. Costumes were made

,1- by Mrs. J. W. Thomas using Mr, and Mrs. H. C. Douglas and Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Outstanding soloist on last year. Unforgettable in her by Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf, Mrs. tRYIT//
1IJ 1 \IJ'; lU. : HOUSE the topic, "Going Forward Toge son, T. B. Pinholster, and Miss Williams during the weekendwere gram will be Mrs. Edward fine Interpretation, !Miss Lucille H. H. Young, Mrs. Vincent St. t S
p! .": : ,411//Pr. (;1 \\E HAVE ther". Lubedla Plnholxter. Mrs. J. B. Segree of Mac- bonneau since making her Mitchell will again depict the John Mrs. Carrie Ward Mrs. W t. CRrcD1tNOl&

' '!t;..tfr I 1""r '{, Mrs. Beulah Harrell was in clenny, J. ,E. Williams of Tallahassee home In our town, has so wretched innkeeper who through J. Chandler, and Mrs. T. H. Mc- &
I'"" ", .,,;' I'>f. -".1 charge of the business session. and Mr. and Mrs. G. W Ser- ously and so beautifully sheer carelessness and Indiffer- tfeill. Kasper Duncan and James !
.., /( )'1'',,J SUPERFLAME The next meeting will be held State FarnBy ree of Lake City. the church and for ence lost forever the one great Preston will light the candles .nASTHMA
'1' I Wednesday, Jan. 5. There will I Mr. and Mrs. John Godwin hadas occasions. Mrs. opportunity of his life, the privil- and T. H. McNelll and James

li J :/ l.j not be a social meeting this monthDEMONSTRATION Mr*. Bryan ,Whltflel their dinner guests at noon rich contralto voice will be ege of giving decent shelter to the Walker will serve as ushers. Mrs.E. -
M. Davis, faithful and high)"
'f I in the immortal "Ave Christ Childand to those hum-
Rev. John L. of
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of this churchfor
Franz Schubert. The ble, devoted parents so loved by capable organist
:1 t.' tl <,1 The Home Demonstration Glut DESSERT-BRIDGE PARTY Raiford.' ian Church Is deeply Christian. Miss Mitchell will be fifteen years, will presentan ,
l met Dec. 7 in the Community Mrs. L. F. Chapman was in l.ck. o. Bro nc hl 1 Aal e.tit mn V.
Miss Hazel prelude and accompaniments : hm s rue d
; rj Mrs. Tom Conners was hostess the artistry and for capably assisted by organ -oars, wl lout :
k' HEATERSIIEATFK Center with Mrs. L. L. Parker, at last week's meeting of the Orlando at the San Juan Hotel spirit of cooperation Fields whose serene beauty lent to several of the Christmas thrn the blood to "D6 .:
I ; Mrs. Buster Rahn and Mrs Paul from Friday until Monday. During numbers will '"be.and. lung Usunrmov h.lp'n".bro'tullwork. /
f'tl" State Farm Bridge Club enter always so characteristic such memorable peace and purityto songs. Remaining thick' sticky mucus "'""i"
;4" H, \ Stewart as hostesses. The meet. her stay in that city she be without accompaniment. The .ouahln f end mild. freer Thul"I,.,,,
o friend.Two The
,' taming at her home Thursday good : the characterization of 0
Iwp.: Det lfomX.fi "
."tJ" ', t )it'I Ing was directed by the president, afternoon. With specimen Florida was entertained by Maj. and Mrs. seasons ago the Virgin Mary and by Barney Mc-( Christmas prayer and benedic ( clion or money MENDACO bale |u.i..StM S"1,.*
' { i AND INSTALLATION Mrs. T. W. Markey. The next Robert S. Chapman, Judge and
} t: \5 : fruits Mrs. Conners achieved an .
JJ P\f f ONLY: regular meeting will be held Jan. I Mrs. Frank Smith, and Mr. and ---- -- --
' 01 interesting decorative effect i in
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A" 4 at 2 p.m. and all members are Mrs. G. E. Brown. -
' her and din
living room adjoining W/
" t// 1 asked be -
to
present. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Markham
t ing room where the card tables
' ,\ t 'j'I 84-95 returned Sunday from Dunnellon
When the
were placed. guestsasnembled
: ; The Brooker Junior High closes
' ,, "'. I e for the Christmas holidays on they were served pie where they'' had spent a week's SET YOUR BUDGET RIGHT AT
K Jt vacation with relatives.
: ; with coffee. Prize winners on
.,t Burns Either Kerosene or Friday Dec, 17 and reopens Jan.
D, I Fuel 011II 3. Everyone is looking forwardto thin occasion were as follows: in Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kirkland
I h ; [ .r ry i', a big Christmas.Mr. bridge Mrs. p D. Fancher received and their lions and Mr. and Mrs. 113 EAST ST,\1IKE,
rj : and Mrs. Sanford R.tcl. high prize, a scarf: Mrs. W. A. Kirkland and their sons
h r/II I ir SEE TIIRM:: AT and son of Gaines.vllle'spent the H. J. Kucera: second high, note were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milton CALL ST. FL.\.

and Mrs. Dennis Fancherlow Tillman in Gainesville Sunday.
t ; weekend visiting Mrs. Ritch' paper
: CHAS. C.SHEPHERD. also note paper; and in bin-
i patents! Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
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go, Mrs. L,. F, Chapman was a
If awarded powder.Mrs. We Reserve Specials For

BACKACHEfor New RiverAND The RightTo Friday &
J MI E. C. Hardin and their
: Cor. Court & ;Madison quick mmfortlnc. help forMwunuUa Bachabo. Joe and Steve, New LimitQuantities
sons are LONG BRIDGE Saturday
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Getting Up NXhu. itrongcloudy
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\ Phone Ptlna, Farm residents having come from Hy Mri. K. A. Sapp
t' 'l 10 Starke IrntMInc. Ic Dec. 17
f. : clralc. under tr*>. sod .wolI.n MIUM, due Chattahoochee during the past & 18
fl to DOD..DI.and non.sy.tml.fidtay.ndBlsdd .
" I 'f" week. They are living In the
I 1 r troublu,try Cyitm.Quick,completesalafsallon
. I ; Iti. -. or montj. buck tuartntced. Aik home formerly occupied by Mr. A large Crowd attended prayer
1''h1': I: your drucf Ut fat cr... today.LJ and Mrs. J. R. Parker. Mr. Har meeting at Long Bridge Monday
c
. .hJ'! :.F I din is with the electrical department night. Some of the visitors were Fresh PORK SHOULDERS - -
: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thomas and
Mr and Mrs. 'Sam Cahoon of children, Mrs. Mary Thomas Mrs.
Jacksonville were dinner guestsof Lois Byrd and Children of Johns- Tender PICNIC HAMS----- .
How TO MAKE rHE Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner town.
yl
woR Sunday, During the afternoon the Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore and Pan Roll SAUSAGE------- lb.
two'couples or
? visited relatives in Mrs Gurney Crews and Carolyn
I r Melrose and In Gainesville. visited )Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Wiliams -

Mr. and Mrs. Garland Godwin! of Albany, Ga. last Thurs Western Beef Loin STEAK
and Jimmie Brown of the University day and Friday. -
of Florida! Gainesville will
Mrs. Charlie Cowen was shop-
,I come Friday, December 17 to
ping In Gainesville Friday and
,ttKR spend the Christmas holidays
I i with Mr, and Mrs. J. G. Godwin Saturday. Fresh PORK HAMS--------:
Mr; and Mrs. J. R. Parker and Spencer Crews and Buddy Fax c
their daughters Clarissa and Andrea on enjoyed the cane grinding atE lb49

former Farm residents, re- A. Sapp's Saturday.
turned to their home in Tampa Among those who attended CHEDDAR CHEESE .. _ _
Sunday after having visited Mr. church at Sampson City Sunday
and Mrs. P. D. Fancher, Jr. since night from Long Bridge were:
Friday... Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews, and

Miss Pauline Brannen of Jacksonville Jpnnle Francis Mr. and Mrs. A. Fresh Pork Sides lb. 29c Smoked lb. 25c
lei - Sausage -
spent the weekend with' P. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. -
her parents, Hr. and Mrs. R. W. Sapp, Pete and Leslie Sapp and
t; ?' }R I Brannen. Jerry Merritt, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie -
' Trouble Is Mr. and Mrs. Dave Thorntonand Cowen, and M. L. Johns, Jr.,
,;*, Our Business Dewey Thornton were guestsof Louise Johns. Meatv Neck Bones, lb. - 19c Beef Liver lb. - 45cNo.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A, CrewsIn Dewey Webster of Jacksonvillewas ,

Lake Butler Saturday night visiting his sister Mrs. Ira

IJK(> WELLS ELECTRIC and Sunday. Merritt Sunday. 2 CanHunt's
Buddy Faxon of Starke was the
Miss Cosnette Sapp of Jackson-
guest of Spencer Crews Satur vllle is visiting her parents Mr. SUGAR f

gv,, HOUSE WIRING day.During the weekend Mr. and and Mrs. E. A. Sapp for a few PEAS--------

t Mrs. W. H. Morgan had! as their days.Little 14 Oz. BottleHunt's 15
ji EXPERT ELECTRIC STOVE & HEATER, REPAIRS visitors Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Smith Bobble Carrol of Jack-
v lion v lIIe la visiting his grandparents
and their little son and Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Loper and their baby Mr. and Mrs. Ira Mer' Tomato CATSUP------
ESTIMATES FREESl rltt this week.
) boy, all of Starke.
: l Misses Rose Cloversettle and Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore and

106 WASHINGTON ST. Dell Rlner of Tampa visited Mr. I Mrs, E. A. Sapp attended church No. 2 Can Dr. PhillipsORANGE
and Mrs. P. D. Fancher last week in Starke Sunday morning.

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I>ECI-_ ___: lIlt n _n. 1918 BRADFORD COUNTY TEI..GR.\pn. 8TARKK. FLOUII ----.----------- .
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Mrs. Agnes B. Laurence. Mrs. of request hymn and choruses St. Mark's Episcopal I
Ray Fors\:\ the. Mrs. Arnold Carl directed by Mrs. Morse and 1111's.
Geneva son and Mrs. Blanche Cunningham Mann at the piano and organ. I Rev. B. E. Simmons B. D., Vicar
[Lake << QIIlristuut5 l titl UJ lht WIll' QIIlltt.rlll'5 11 The Pastor will lead the singing Sr.mlay.: Dec. 10: I
Blanche Cunningham Miss Aline Wagner student in Sunday School meets at 8:15: : 8 a.m., Holy Communion
13 1 P. K. Yonge school Gainesville p- divided Into seven departmentsand 10 a.m., Church School. Nur
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e. spent the weekend with her parents --- --- --------- --- -- -- -- --- --- -- 31 classes Training Unions nary, Kindergarten and Primary
L Ida M Gentry and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Wagner. "Behold A King Shall Reign". meet at 8:13: : for "training In Departments in the Service Cen-
were guests of Mr.Kir's Guests of Mrs. Sue Myrick over Presbyterian ChurchThe I Christian ChurchJ. The choir will also lead the congregation I church membership". ter. Junior and Intermediate De-
xv Watkins in Jacksonftacksonvllle the weekend were her son and in carol singing Wednesday at 7:30: the Sunday partments In the Church.
Pastor
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. First Presbyterian Church B. Dixon The Pastor has chosen as the School will have charge of the 11 a.m., Morning Prayer and
/ callers Sun- Bishop Myrick of Gainesville. extends a cordial welcome to its Sunday school 10 a.m. subject of his Christmas message mid-week service and will por- Sermon by the Vicar.
were T M. Flnley Mrs. Spending Sunday at their homes usual morning worship at 11:00: Sunday morning service 11 Sunday morning at the 11:00: tray a Christmas pageant as eachDepartment The Church Is open dally for
Cunningham and sons here on the lake were Mr.\ and o'clock. Topic for the morning am. "The Word Made Flesh". o'clock hour "The Wonder Of Joins in the Christ prayer and meditation.
L, Richard and Warren. Mrs. Wayne Major and Mr. and sermon. will be "The First Christ. Sunday evening service 7:30: Christmas", mas program.A .
I rkealters the past week Mrs. Wm. Bolin of Jacksonville. mas" Special Christmas music p.m. "Bringing Our Gifts". The Sunday School offering and cordial invitation Is extendedto In. the. Circuit. ,Cnurt. of nrldtonloniKr. Can
Mr. and will be presented by the choir. ( Florida thaHuery.
E C Dykes Midweek loose at the 11 o'clock all to worship at any of the
| Mrs prayer meeting.Ved. the offering No 67113. .
J Forsythe and their' COKINTH MTlsT Sunday School classes begin at at 7:30. hour will to the Methodist services held In this church to Mn'a I>nl jn Hammond Plaintiff, vs.Jamtti RcNAIR'S 3LYi
Ray nesday evening : go r. : .,
Carlson. 9:45: : a.m. All ages are urged to of F Hun ett al iwfendantanOTICE Med Is
AIrs. Arnold 1There White the glory of God. The heartiest r
r.ter Children's Hour, Friday at 3:30: Chlldrens Home as our or HALM
1' callers were Mr. and will be a Christmas pro- attend and'to join in the effort Christmas gift to them. Christmas greetings at this sea Take notion that under and! inaccordance bred,to give 1 s'
I tka L N. Wagner, Mrs. Wm.Lr gram at Corinth Baptist Church to live more nearly as Christ m.Young People's group, Friday The Christmas tree and program son of the year are sent In the of Foreclosure with that and certain Hale FinalI'tnree rendered you bigger _. 't'-
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Thursday evening. Dec 23 at would have us to live. The whole evening at 7:30: p.m.Women's for the Sunday School will : name of the Lord. Hec-ember 7, 104 by" Hun. crops-higher returns. \
school Is the A. H. Murphreo, Judge of the
Cunningham 8:00: o'clock sponsored" by the eagerly anticipating John seedin
tobacco
Mrs. Blanche Council meets every be given Thursday evening in above named Court In the* aboveentitled When you buy
|con Edison. Sunday School and BTU Class. Christmas program on Thursday. first Thursday of the month at the Recreation hall. At The TabernacleA calico, the IInd..llI'n..dtll.ecl..1 the familiar Tobacco Barm I
callers were Everyone is Invited to attend. evening. Dec. 23 in the chapel.It Matter by" ald IL.cree apr -
n:..;cove.:...:..Springs.;---.-.-.- ------- Is hoped that once again San- 2:30.:Christmas: Tree and Program. Wednesday There will evening.be no service on Male Quartette from Asbury 'lmdhl will.t null bidder at for public cash outcry, durlux package you are assured yielding of
ta will somehow find time to dropIn Seminary (Kentucky), brought a'I the Legal, hour of Dale on Mon- high quality high h.
Friday night. Dec. 24, at 8 3, 194!*, at the South returns -
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE for a visit and greet the little o'clock. spiritual feast In song and testi- frontoor day January of the Bradford CountyCourthouMe seed-that means bigger :'
folk The Adult Bible Class under Baptist ChurchThe from acre.
mony to the Tabernacle group In Ktarke Florida thefollowing every
the fine teaching of C. M. Tur- The parsonage Is reaching com- Sunday morning. There were solos, deHcrlbwd. property, situate -, sour.R. .
and the and his First In Urad Cord County, Florida
pletion pastor choir of the Baptist
"la The Heart of Town And IB The Heartsof ney is doing its bit by financinga quartettes and Negro Spiritual to-wlt:
wife are expected to occupy It Church under the direction of Itfirlnnlna- n point 495 ft. & SON
The People"A good portion of the expenses lumbers, filing mostly a capella. B. ROBERTS
Suulhof NW ot NK' of NWVuf
of the selections cnr.
around the first year. Mrs. Ethel Biggs will bring
for this program. which delighted the hearts of the S.T to. T T 8. II. 22 E;, hence' Worthington, Fla.
The annual Christmas Candle- appropriate for the Christ- congregation assembled run Kant; 'rf.3 ft. to right of way ofstate
Southern Baptist Church For All People Methodist Church mas season this Sunday morningas splendid (toad 100 thence run South- GROCERY t
f light Vespers will be held In the for this special service The I pftNterly slang said right of WRY RAIIN'S
church. Dec. 19, at :5:00: p.m. This the Church recognizes Christ- young men represented threo 17J.8 ft.. thenc-e run WHt., 870.1 fl., Brooker, Fla.
thence run North 16ft ft more or
Sunday School 9:43 Training Union 6:13 program consists largely of music Christmas Sunday at the Meth- mas Sunday.The states and one foreign country. |I.IHH, to point of beginning, toitot-
both Instrumental and vocal. By odist Church: message of the morningwill her with the tenements, hrredlta. :.....
This was one of the treats prom- ON McIlfAllt'1 ***** v*
Morning! Worship Evening Hour 7:30: The senior choir and the youth be brought by the Pastor nientn and appurtenoea, and everyright .OWN .
popular request the pageant given ised to the Tabernacle congregation and privilege thereto belong nti .r..r..J
11:00(1. Sentc 7:30: last Christmas will be repeated choir will render a program of Rev. Lewis D. Haines using the during'' they winter months. ing.. McNAIRS tAuasN.uao
"A Child la Born". A J. Jr. !'! !
Christmas music Sunday night Scripture text Thomas p".I'fallter'
with few in the cast.
changes Watch for announcement of the ,
lloll|
v. Attorney
Knight" Htarke. Fla. N. C.
Those who heard Miss Lucille beginning at 7:30.: Some of the Mrs. Mona Canova will be at the I Tennessee Temple College (Chattanooga for Plaintiff. 12-10 4t 13-31 r
MORNING: "A Child Is Born" Mitchell and her exceptionally ; numbers will be: Hammond organ. ) group coming soon. IR
fine reading last year will look ,I; Youth Choir-"The Glory Of Sunday evening the message The Yo Youth-For-Chrlst Is looking -- -
EVENING: "Gehazi" forward to the opportunity ofi., God". Christ Is Born In Bethlehem" will again be by the Pastor and' forward to the Flannelgraphwork TRANSFER AND I
I will be based the life of the B ALVAREZ & SON I
hearing her again. All membersand "The Lord Is Born" on Gehazt. I which will be brought by I STORAGE CO.
Choir "Good Will To Old Testament character
Senior
friends of the church are -
"Visit The Church With The Vaulting Mrs. Hippie of Park-Of-The-Palms
attend these Men", "A Legend Of Christmas", The Happy Hour begins at 7:30 '
cordially welcome to 7:30 o'clock.
PII8k1r"9 Saturday night at : "
_----.-----.- services. "Unto You Is Born This Day", ,with the congregational singing Young and old are welcome toall b yv. adrtnr/e. 3' +4 We operate local

services. ss::: 11,e.uv1J1E2. 6f01TtU0Y1N431i''a" ie long distance
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CONGREGATIONAL + Y anywhere In the

MKTHODIST CHURCH 17. S. Also haul
Services every Saturday nlgbt, l ,, ao !
morning and Sunday night, ) ing In Starke City
Sunday
YOUR-JitnCy 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., at Congregational ase.
S SHOP AT JUIlgle Where You Save Every Day \ Methodist Church on. Llmlta.

Brownlee Road. -Rev. J. W Grlffis
Pastor Agents For .\ I

Not Only Do We Say "YOU SAVE" ---But We CAN PROVE IT To You PKNTKCOSTAI 10th St. and Temple HOLINESS Ave. DelcherBros.. M. See us first!

Sunday School:" a. m.; Morn-
Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic -
U. S. No. 1 MAINE Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone
DIXIE LILY Snail Picnic H-A-M-S. Ib. - - 43c welcome.

CATHOLIC CHURCH r

G-R-I-T-S 22cPOTATOES Sunday Maaa 10 a.m.
Smoked S-A-U-S-A-G-E. lb. Sunday School 11 a.m. .
Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m.

10 Ib. - 25c CHURCH OF CHRIST REFINEMENTin

I51b.5 - 37c CenterCutPorkC-H-O-P-SIb. 55c Bible School! 10 a.m. Sunday every necessary detail is a Service
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available locally and widely known
Evening Service 7:48 p.m. Sun-
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day ,

DIXIE LILYMEAL Fresh Country Spare R-I-B-S, lb. - 52c S-U-G-A-R day Bible at 7:43 Study: is every Wednes-' courtesy, and pathy.DeWLTT always. tactful sym


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Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor *C. JONES"" ;>-. "
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Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m.

0- 37c Swift's H-A-M-S, ((8 to 16 Ib. average), Ib. 58c Y.Sunday P. E.Evening Service Tuesday Service 7 7 p.m.p.m. Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur

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I idfncs I 1.5 unknown: A. J. Th'>mn., Jr. Starke FlAtly. .. I tnent Company' 93 Society: Street, I for municipal nmnoxi-K and absolute ingot( relative to Raid propound = -1\lI1t:\
\ ; : ; i\ nun ir ("01 it'r. III \.>FI.UIoiri. I 1)'ltne811 t.x.hand wrihf.'W i You are reauired to aonear on for Pit 11-26 4t 12-IT Charleston S 0.;.: fee simple title conveyed bv said tnunce; and thereupon P. u oru ,I, I .
Li < FI.OIIIUVI I i> ni.%'%_/ spal ott I:> l I JanuarY 17th. liny. In the I above I I > DM urn iBiitired toO appear, onI C'ltv and said I'lty cloe not have or Bridge.'', "I':' I ,. ..
,. iI t'KIIV.KrmMe: I nimed! Court and cause whereinplaintiff In ('lrl'ldt ('CJllrt. llriultord Count 1 I January 10th, IOU, In the above assert any right title ..r Inl..1l'lt.roln temporary Chairman preHlded. din, J I H ,.",:"'''
W1-, Mnt Conner rinlntlff. vi"I loFFICIAL. SKAIN, J. Thonittl seeks divorce. Biadford I iorldit; in ( ( I named Couit and entice, wherein "I'h..rr'or. bu It ordained In* all proceedings! relative to said I r. I. I I'tI J.
j\jJWI'f'lj'lt(: I Paul HI In* Conner, Defendant, CUM., Clerk t. Court. ( hall publish I: Kocixi: ComniiWM i >. r.rmtlff. VS. Ro-l I I olnlntlff seek. dlvor(.... Bradford. that -nld City of Starke does hereby propoavd ordinance ana Councilman V I< ,I.. J,.
l ,' No. !lII!. llv HavenA Crosbv. D.lO C..ld I thus j : ntrr..J.el in r8.\xt\ four weekly ama Looresto Commisso. Oofenu* County Telegraph shall. publish renounie and l .diHrlalm I all I right. L. A. Canovn wa eX.oe.1 >", .('tI'. ".;", ".", .,"tlmi
'"i/;./. i )i.'i'll'' ORIIKll flF1) ri'HLIPATTOVANI : T Frank Liindrum.' Starke..flaAttvs. '! ISH gut Case No. 102J. i iOrder 11111"i .rLiltr In next four weakly title and interest In and to mild II"..""'a> further participation and did nit 'lo) '" 4I" ; ''J'.h.
<< ion Participate: In the ;
and official I'uolii and Noticeto Issue thereof.Section proceeding '
tJ' > NOTI("!'] TO APPKAKSTATE : for &I'lf I itnens my hand uf pert and every part rein ''Its ''.rob. CI'
Live to Much ""r
:' t \ ,I : !4 OK PI.OUIHA to: PRO I ,SPill at :btarke. Florida this Uee Ai>iH-ar !I I Wllnenii mv hanoi and final .seal 2. Tl'lH ordinance nhall .told.. ordinance Ordinance: WhereumVn tho .,loLr. I .,
/ ''i !, iu! SllHH ("ooneryhon: leuldenio I li ii In Circuit Court.. : Bradford (Count 16. 19-18 STATE OF KKOKIDA tol':''1 at stnike. Florida, this) ll)ei..>mb. ..r become effective Immediately upon Hniit wan read In toy full unanimous con. "n:.. \ .,. \ '04 110'hUI
Miirldu: In ( hancerv. I Roaina Lrf ..to 194g.) a first tIme. \ a'ilt' to,
t unknown. ..OFFICIAL SEAL) J. Thomas! >Dre Cointiiiatio. whoseresidence 6. Its becoming law. .1I1"d ,,
';'i''i'l'; ,! I 'I't" ,,;,; You are raqulreil. to appear oirh.ceinber I John Hall.H. Hall.Defendant.i'laintiff. Case va SarahBell No. !, vc.At Clerk f",said Court.BY and address. ia: Via (OFFICIAL SCAD A. J Thomas Councilman I... A. Cano\a ChaIrman and In full by a unanimous second time Consent, ant by wan lead ."It\. "r Stark tho ,""I "8rof "
"I "t 1 27th. 1 4S! In the aboinnmrd H ). C. icccllo. ilesHlna. Italv: I A* Clerk ot said Couit. .. iinunimouH N",. Flni
.I\Iur.1 announced that h night convent wan read In ., (,
\1 .1en' then full .
:, I ,. \,J Court and pause, wherelrplaintiff .. Onir:; !: of Publication and Notice!, John J. "rHon. Esu.. St. Aug.Fiora. January You are reaulred to Hv Haven 'ltu.iy' D. C. have a personal. interest In the ub- third time. Councilman L. o. llHien a J ''ILrl \ D. I
17th 1949. in the
hI' Meekfl divorce. HrHuforc! 'ustine John J Henderson, St. Augustine, I A.pr. IObn
I and excused seconded the motion for ,
I II I to Anoear 12-17 4t 1-7 named Court and cause wherein icet of wild ordlnania Jh. adop ,..r1" ,. thli I'lf. ;
I for
.I"i ',i. i County Telfriph( filial puhllnh I Attvs. Florida "
: tion of said ,
( to Chairman and l from further ordinance and '" rV"l thl
!STATK OF Kl.OBII : I Dlaintiff seeks divorce. BratlfoidlCountv I I himself an mid I "
'I''" .,11 :, Order In next four weekly IHMIIPHWltnenii Attvs. for Pit. 12.10 4t 1231OIIDINA'tt.i .. f)
!: .: mv hand find offlclnl! *.ea. I Sarah Bell Hall whose residence In Circuit ('.,lIrtirudrol'll: Count*'. Telegraph shall oublish I! participation In the proceed- ordinance, and wa dlicu* ed, put tu. RIIl'J., no""&"' !?'$
j'l ( '1 at Stark P. Florida. this 24th of No.. ami address Is unknown: HorMtt' : In < hanrerv. this Order In next four weekly vote adopted by the arrirma- I '0 t }
wJ' !I"i vember. 1949.OFFICIAL. You are. required, ( enDear on I William Henrv Nicora; Plaintiff. IsHues \o. 185t: .. ._ : 12.17,
!; \ January 17th. 1949. in the above Vlf. :Shirley Vivian Nlcora. Witness my hand and official I An Ordinance t.. repeal Ordinnncehi
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f.\'r BEAD: A
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,! wherein 111''.
named* Court and cause. No. 031 > the sonic brliiK nn Orillnnnrr SANTA KNOWS
ant Case seal
') An Clerk of uld Court Def"Ud-1 at Utarke.:: Florida thIs Dec. .. .. Our
I : Haven CroBbv:, P C Plaintiff leeks divorce. Biadford Or.i"r tlf PubItoallohl. and 11... 194L Creating the position f .up.rlnlngeuS Stor
9) Bv .
) I'ountv Telesrrnoh shall publish Atoucar14TATP' I >f Hirer In the ( Itror e
:, I, : John .I HenderHon, U"'|.. St. AususA'Pt'v this Order in next four weekly to ; (OFFICIAL. SEAM A. J. Thomas "..r.... llrndford County. Klor-
., '. .1, "J i '1"-, Fla. IssueS. 0 I' K I As Clerk of said Court. lila to prvM-rlnv. the. dutIes t".r...' TREASURE HOUSE of
.. "! ;' 'li" I for Plf 11-26 41 ISIn -" Witness mY hand and! oW..I,1',,' Shlrlev Vivian 5207 'IAoRlnto:1. Hv Haven Croabv. I). C. I and t*. (ix the. roinpeiiH .tl<.n th..r.an.1 .* i GIFT

': l ,; "" 't : rinnlt CIH irl.-Bradford (Count,,, ,14.Heal 1918 at .Starke. Florida thia Dec. lliiltinMirn..dence Is: 6. Ma rv!land: I T.Attvs.Frank for andrum.I'lf. Starke.12-17 4t Fla i4IN the for. pnrmrnt t<. apitroprlnte thereof.. funds for I ,.- 4 A Tip From Him And Shop -

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,.,;}" '.C Mnrlila' : ('han..rv.'l..q' You ate reuuireil to anoear on Here!
'1" I'J \, '' Aldo Cur I" Plaintiff. va GlullaKosati I (OFFICIAL SEAIA. ) A. J. Thomas! January 17th. 1949. In the above tiiiriir ('1)( iir DRAHFOHU II. It ordalneil. by tbt. ('11,. Council
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'/ il.I \ .! Curionl. Defendant. Case". As Clerk of said Court. mimed Court and, caime. wherein 1 (01 "Ml'. FI.OIIIII\:\' IIIVN- of the (Mr. nf 'nr.... llrstirorilIfinntr. V.
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."' Haven CroHbv. D. C.iobert I BiaclfordCountv Flitrliln In resliilnr HrsMlitntSection
t : 1'00 7024. Fly plaintiff seeks divorce. \ t Kit%.
'44 .t' .,U'''\' Order of Fiihlitatlon and Notice, H. Dllllcan. Jacksonvlll"1 Teleirraoh SPJ'Ji. oubllah I.ols lemples P'llxzard Plaintiff \s t. That Ordinance No. Bulova
",,.!'t. "" .. to At>iMar '! Florida this Order in next weekly Julius Lamar, Kllaxaid, Defendant 10:IA lie and the name Is hereby Ic- Elgin Hamilton
:? 1l 1\ STATE OF FLORIDA to: Attvs. for Plf. 12-17 Case No. D'JS'JORDER pealed
'), ;. : >I.1'\1; Olulla Kosati Curionl.' who*; reHUlence Bradford' (, "viMtnwm. mv hand and official : OF PUBLICATIONANl I Section 2. That all Ordinances. or AMERICAN MADE'
!" In Circuit Court. ounl\// sPld at Starke. Florida this Deo. WATCHES
'i }' and address ia: 54 Via Sal-I -iorld In ('hanrv.Morllaret Nu'rU'J't'0 AI'PCAIl I, parts of Ordinances In conflict hero.- teas
: .
'. t ailT Rome. Italy: 16. 1018OFFICIAL. 8TATH Of FLORIDA to: Julius with lie and the same are hereby
Brunson
: : You are reaulred to armear on Wilson ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas I.it. iim r lillzxnrd whose rosldcnce repealed ,
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.'Fri, \ v, "1 "', January 17th. 1949. In the above, titf. vs. James No.Henrv 7031): Biunson.Defendant. i Clerk of said Court. Is unknown. Section :3. This. Ordinance shall _______
Case Havt"nA
.'..I'lf I'' J j named Court and cause whereinHnmflff Noticeti Hv Crosby I D C. take effect Immediately after Its
I
.) !!....k9 divorce Biadford, Order of 1'lIhllc-o.llon anil Charles R Hess. 204-Q5 Guaranty You are required to appear on pannage.Section. 29.75
\ d i, Teleirraph shall oublish Aunear. i Life Bhlur. ,Iackw nvillp. Floi'Ma.AUVS. December 27, 1948, In the abo'aname,1 up
.: County 1 I > Court 4. This Ordinance shall
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and
tg weekly STATIC 01' FLR1IA to: I 12-17 1iS cause, wherein
t.; this Order in next four for Plf. 4t I be published once a week for two
\ { I James Henry Brunson. whose res- plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration
,1,0; t'_. .. la ues. successive weeks In the Bradford
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ I'\ ('IHCIir tot HT.oirt flu( 'tPOIIfl of maiden. name. Bradford County TelHitranhPassed .
County Telegraph shall\ publish this -
( KI.OHIII 1'Ii' (1l.t- 'l
> and adopted by the City
Order In next four weekly IssuesWitness .
I I ( Kit:
Council of the City of Starke, In
JohnV nice Amelia. flnrher.. Oai..ber Plaintiff, Defendant.vs. Cane Eu- at Htarke,my Florida hand,and this official November seal. of regular Olioher session A U.nn 1948.this, the 19th day \ nAND)r.\IE, MATCHED PARKER i |

No. BV7:I IoRDKn 21. ID-IS. L. A. Canova Chairman, City Coun- Pen &
2 ) opAM I'l'nLI'ATIO-l. : (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas.As ('II. Wedding Sets Pen
: ) NOTH'K: TO Al'. KAK Clark of said Court. Attest: Carl johns, City Clerk.To SETS
Slate or Florida, ti> Eunice Amelia By Haven Crosby D C.ZIL..h the Honorable Mayor of the
) -,,.-.-.. 1 C.' :7 Oarber. Whose rf .l Jenc... U \Vaynesboro. II Douglas, HOB-COT Lynch City of Starke: I hereby certify I nv RO.MEOA
Virginia. Uldir., Jacksonville, Fla that the above and foregoing Ordinance
L You ar. required to appear on Atty. for Pit. n-28 4t 12.17 was duly adapted and passed .
January 17. 1949, In the aboveiiaiiied by the City Council of the City
Court and cause, wherein iv ruirrir cot"HT. IIII.'I>FOHII of Starke. on the llltli day of October .
I }'I..I. nlltf seeks divorce. Bradford f'OI ''rv." Fl.Oltlntl IV: 1'\-: A. D. 1948.
i County Telegraph shall, piibllnh thisOrder <.'j.uv.Muriraret': Carl Johns City Clerk 39.50
3 In next four weekly InHUes.Vlln Hollhan King- Plaintiffvs. The above and foregoIng Ordinance _
I \ B my hand. and official Heal UeorifB Charles H. King. V ten. was received by me and approved -
L at Starke. Florida. thia December dant. Case No. 6987 by me on thlx the lllth day
15' 1948.! ORDER OF PI' LICATIO-l: of October. A. I). 1141.L ANI)
3 (OFFICIAL 8EAL1 A. J. Thoman AND NOTICR TO APPEAR A. Canova, Acting Mayor of the UP
An Clerk of said Court. STATE OK FLORIDA City of Starke.: 2t 12-17 8.75 & Ui
to ileorveChurles
: ,
I fly Haven )
Croshv I C. E. King whose residenceIs ELECTRIC .mlll
H O Brown. Btarke P1*.. K. II. ALSO. DESK SrT
;I Duncan. Fill.L : Keystono Valley "'armVy.ox, oitmvm NO. 116AAn CLOCKS
Jacksonville .
Penimvlvanla. Ordinance nil In
lllni'lMlntlnjr
Attvs. for Fl 12-17 4t 1-7 -
L !_ You are required to appear on crest by Illy of xtnrke In the> pro.
December 27, 1948, In the above lirrtr known Mm fttnrke Airport. pro
:1 In Circuit (......t. llrndrurd Coouly.Florltlni named Court and cause wherein perty In llrnilfonl. County, florldi. Cross & Locket Sets SCRIPT !
lit ( hnni'err.Donnld plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration Councilman. H A. Bishop Jr. offered
I V. Wuhlln. ['lalnht??. VII. of maiden name. Bradford the following" ordinance, and .:
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f.f.I By Crosby 4.95: & Up Pen & Pen
I Virginia Jr'Ope'uhII n. Defendant County Telegraph shall publish this moved Its adoption:
1 Cane No. 7017. Order. In next four weekly Issues. An Orillnnnrr-. ,dlsclslmlns nil Interest -
Onlrr. of I.uhllrnll..n snot I\.. ;4- \prnr. Mlittv ml t-'lorl.ln tot lit HtHrke' Floi'Ida, this November. known n. tnrfce Airport Pro.prrty .
VII'Kllllar..O.! .... Wahlln. whose re.- 23. 1043. In llrndford. "Dunt,.. Klorliln. Sl'KIDEL:
: & oIl5-2L'N.uu.-: ; I Idence in unknown: (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas. ., lie. It enacted by the City Councilof $$5.00
,. .,w&.v.p.fi ,,.. 1 You are requited to uproar' on As Clerk of said Court the (Hr nf "..r..... Florida. In Locket & Bracelet Set
. TuIs,.. January:: 10th. 1040). In the I above fly Haven Crosby D. C. regular meeting assembled
JftPr named Court and cnune wherein Zuoh If Douglas., R05-507 Lynch Section Whereas some questionor
I lalntlff, seeks ...Ivort... Bradford Hhlll', Jacksonville. Fla. doubt. has arisen among persons $4M & UPINTERNATIONAL For Babys 4.95 & Up ELGIN COMPAC
I 1 (ounty Telea-raph. shall publish Atty. for Plf. 11.26 4t 12-17 dealing with the following property
this Order In next four weekly situate In Bradford. County, Florida -
It I iBHiieMNVItnemi. tn Circuit Court Bradford County known as the Starke Airport
mv hand and official Real floriila. : in Chancery. Property to-wlt KREISLER A LENOX ZIPPO
1 .at Clarke, Florida, thia December Charles Palmer Bejser. Jr.. Plain. All HV4, of N''\ 7. UU. tiff. VH." Pauline Ladsen Belaer NEVt' west of State \Road 13 (now SILVER
Ii (PKICtAT, PRAl.) A. J. Thomas Defendant. Cane No 7023 known as State Road 200) In Sec WATCH BANDS
I An Clerk of Buld Court. Order of Publication and Notice tlon 6. Township. 7 South Range. Leather Travel <
t 1 By Haven. Crosby. r>. C. to Annear 22 East; also SHi{ of S\\yt' of NWV 3.00 & UP
i'T; ; j You still have an opportunity to buy many r. A. J. Thomas Jr., Starke, Florida STATE 0 F if :ORIDA to of SHCtlnn! 5. Township 7 South For Men I 7.so
: i I I AU,.*. for Plf. 12-10 4t 1231Clreolt Pauline Ladaen Belaer. whose! resi Range. 22 Pact. lying West of State
V splendid items in Perfumes. Colognes, Toilet 1 deuce and address ,is: 412 6th Road 13 (now known as State Road
St., Huntlngburif. Indiana
: 200)
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Water. Talc, and Body Powders at greatly i .In Court.('''" BradfordPlorMal '.ry.T. County You art reaulred to appear on as to whether the. Cltv of Starke
reduced prices I W. Aydlett' I'lalntlff V*. Vlr- January 17th. 1949. in the above has or claims some right title or
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.1' 1 tlnla Phllllpn Aydlett, Defendant. named Court and cause wherel Interest therein and "whereas .Idprop..rty
r.CaMe No. 7008. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford was long since abandonedW.C.T.U. Gem Jewelr
I .. Of Pnbu>a. And Notice County Telearraoh shall Dublish
{ I Our 50c And $1 ItemsWere 1 STArE OK To Appear FLORIDA to thia"Witness( Order in next four weekly .

r.. Virginia Phllllpa AYdlett. whose r hand and official
i I formerly priced several times this amount. I I Idenca taut known la 111 Charles seal at Sta'rue. Florida, thIs Dec.
r 7 Avenue, Illlthland Park, Norfolk 14. 194 $37.50 & UP Call Street S SU
County Virginia: .(OFFICIAL, SEAL) A J Thomas THE ALCOHOLIC ROUTE
I r.. Tou are required t. appear on As Clerk of said l Court.
I FOR THAT LAST-MINUTE DECISION January 3. 1949 In the above named By Haven cro bv. D. C. MRS. WIGOS OF CABBAGE '
j 1 Court an,1 cause, wherein plaintiff T. Frank Landrum. Starke. Fla.. PATCH FARM SAID THAT
Keek divorce. Bradford County Attvs. for Plf. 12-11 4t 1-, I
r.. -. HER DEARLY BELOVED HUSBAND rc. __ _",,
: Telegraph shall publish this Order -
; I111)) I Make it a box of Hollingsworth or Whitman'sFine I loa next four weekly "'BU"". tit! CIRCUIT COITHT. BR1 ,FORD HAD GONE TO ETERNITY -
,
it 4 1 WItness mv hand and official neat COUNTY FLORIDA IN I
Chocolates We have them in 1, 2, and 3 at Rtarke Florida. this December : tHAAC.KRRY BY THE "ALCOHOLIC I

; I i pound)JOxes, .and also in Cedar Chests. i I.(OFFICIAL 1848. SEAL A. J. ThomasA. Audrey Radell. Plaintiff ;.. "Kenneth ROUTE". TilE DAILY PAPERS 0
Radell. Defendant. Case No.
AND TilE OFFICIAL STATISTICS \- ,
1 Clerk of saul Court. 6988 .
ty Haven Crosby, D. C. ORDER OF PUBLICATION SHOW THAT TIlE ROUTEIS I I
: : M i Toys, Tree Lights and Decorations, John J. Henderiion, EM..., Saint AND NOTICE TO APPEAR STILL EXTENSIVELY USED.
AmrUHtlne' Florida, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Kenneth '1 -
7 Atty for 1'!?. 12-3 4t 1224In Radell. whose residence In unknown. (UNION SIGNAL JULY 1915.) .
:
And Many Useful Gift Items. "" Ton are required to appear on
I Circuit C ar;. llradford County '
December :27, 1948, In the above I
:.41 : A1 1 Iluridsi I. ( ha.eer. named Court and entice. wherein.
a. H. Hulllvan. Plaintiff. vs. Lou plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford. I
Veda Sullivan. Defendant. Case No. County Telegraph shall publish thl*
I "OHO.Order Order In next four weekly IsuesWltnens EXCELLENT
1 Of Publication. And Police my hand and official seal
: Koch Drug Store T. AppmrJT at Starke, Florida, this November DUCK HUNTINGBOATS .
0 \TW OK Pl.OHint <.., 21 1948 / IDi
Lou Veda. Sullivan' whose residence (OFFICIAL, SEAL A. J Thomas. -
to.. unknown: A* Clerk of said Court.
You are required to appear on Ry Haven Crosby D. C. BLINDS S
ranuary. !:3. 1049 In the above named Xnrh. K. Douglas finii-507 Lynch and Sneaker Blad.
.I i I'Syt yt pt' f itHi i1 Court and cause wherein plaintiff Hldor. Jacksonville, FinAtty.'for :
seeks divorce Bradford County : Plf 11-2B 4t 12-17
f Telegraph shall. pitbllph 1 thin Order I
4 In next four weekly" l"*uen. In CIrcuIt Court. llradford County, .
| PRE-CHRISTMAS SPECIAL! Witness mY hanoi and orl..181."Rl Florldai. In Chancery.. THEANGLER'S 0
nt Clarke, Florida. this November Kathleen Berry South Plaintiff vs.'
F 30. 1141 Shelton F. South, Defendant. dase;
3H (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thorn No. 7016 CAMP

I1 FORGET THE HIGH COST OF LIVING!Ii Tt'y Haven Oro-bv.Am Clerk D of f. mild Court. Order of. Publication Coat of and Florid NoticeAppear. toi to Highway 21. 3 ml. S. of MelrotoeO4o4oomo
{ 7.n..h H Pnuirla RA5-S07 1.ynrhflutidlug. ,
Snelton F. South, whose residence i :
,I 'Z _ _ _ iS Jacksonville. Florida. and address Is: Clo Pastime Amuse- y I .
Atty for Pit. 12-3 4t 1S-24 I .

g EAT With the Slade Gas Company ,! 'lorldnt f.' Circuit. In Court Ctmnrerr.Ouv -. nmdfnrd. County, <
p. Alexander Plaintiff v*. MAKE .THIS A j

0 Order Of PaHlrmlowi. And Node. '

We have 16 Ranges we need to move before n T*I'. AppmpMT1TH Fl.0lllntot. 0
Jl.hry Alexander whose rpnMence! GENERAL ELECTRICCHRISTMAS : ASK
NO BOY
'1t January 1, and with the purchase of each ( 33R You Market are atr...'t..1".t F'attemnn.appear N. J.I on I I COULD

one of these Ranges we will furnish you Court January. and 3, 1949 patiae. In wherein above plaintiff named I

kti.;: r .o..ka 01 I vor..... Bradford. County
Telegraph shall publish this Order. FOR BICYCLE !
; A FINER
in next four weekly issues I t
I'MI ; Absolutely FREE Witness mv hand and official M""I)
f I .n.". Stark.1948. Florida, this November. i '
0
(OFFiCIAL SEAl A. J Thomas. We now have on display in our showroom t
A. Clerk of said' Court.
f? : R'Y Haven. Crosby D. C.
/j William n. lIfor an. Fifth Floor the largest selection of General t j
Clark Rldir" Jacksonville Florida '
r Mty. for I'lf. 1.-3 It 1.-24 Electric Appliances in this section.
,'
gS MOTICR t j
S Notice In hereby !given that the

f f mler undersigned the fictitious are enaced. name. In of business Whispering HERE ARE A FEW SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS : T

Pines. TourlMt Court* Whla GIFTS THAT WILL PLEASE
erlnir Pint Lodge. at the follow
'b'' ng address: lit. 2. lJ'ox ami. ANY HOUSEWIFE : I
tarke. Fla. and Intend to retrliiterle .
4 witld. flrtttlotia name In the office .
01 the Clerk of the Circuit Court Electric Irons Mix Masters
t, ot Hrndfnnl County, FlaT ,
R. (Tonnell fit ark... Florida; IC. Pop-up Toasters Waffle
Dorothy M, Connell, Htarke, Fla. Irons t
12-3 4tp 12-24
<< fI Automatic Roasters 41 Coffee Makers I
J .
IY rinrtrr rni HT. \nronn I 1 "

CKKV.neorva riM'M'Y.. FLUHIUAl l> IIIAN- Vacuum Cleaners 41 Orange Juicers .

I/ollle, Rntell:
I Plaintiff YII.
._ I L.olllo. Defendant Case No. I24 *. Electric Blankets 41 Door Chimes

.: '. Ell: ORDEU AND V. NOT1.TO OF PUtltlCATTOV APPEAR: Heating Pads *. Ironers, all styles $. Deposit Holds This

1
: :1 STATE OF FLORIDA tol Entail .
: : Lollle whose residence I Ie unknown.. P Electric Foot Warmers
You are required to appear on
December. 17th. I94t In the above
; I
.1 named Court and wherein Washing llachinesutomatic

\ I t (plaintiff'ountOrdf. Telecraph neck dlvorre.shall cause publish; Bradford this *. & Wringer Types rirfott Cruiser BicycleOn

r In next four weekly Issues.Witness I Refrigerators, Stoves & Home Freezers
my hand and officialseal ,
',1. at 18th.Rtirke 1944., Florida, this November Kitchen Sink & Automatic Dish Washers LayAwayWhat

I (OFFICIAL SEAL.) A. J. Thomas. '
{ ,t As C.lrk'or said Court. Radios Outboard Motors *. Boats
IN GROCERIES By haven. Crosby, D. C.
$25 f a bicyclel It's exiral'
Ilolll. V. Knight. Stark.. Fla I streamlinedl And look at all the
Atty. for Plf. ll-2 4t 1S-1T Everything sold with a guarantee of powerful kick-
I headlight rear reflector carrier

I ; : !TO BE PURCHASED AT YOUR FAVOKITE STORE IY(CKHY.'fll"iTy nnrriT, rLoniuti CotlP. BR4BFORDr IN CHAN j I 1 to 10 years. Easy Terms Only 20 streamlined tank and chain guard.luggage Full size double bat

it.
.II '4 1 T.lnd-ay M. Jarvls .7!''. Plaintiff ,.. percent down big Firestone balloon thri111unior. And
tires.
3.: This offer good only until January 1. a F dant.Mary Owyre Cnne No oilreath 6974.. Jarvls, Defan- j It's a gilt that will

V 1 ORDER OF PtmUCATlOW: j so easy to buy -terms to suit ck.tbook. "
t DON'T WAIT! Give her the Christmas Gift fj your
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WOTICn TO APPEAR

4: I her. heart desires A GAS RANGE! ,t Owvn STATE Ollro.th OF FLORIDA Jarvi.. whose to: Mary rent.dence j : McGRIFF MOTORS Girls models available at.same price.! .!T. .

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:street.: North Wllksseoro. North ;-_ __.. _
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SLADE GAS Co. You are required to appear on j G. J. McGRIFF, Owner

; INC. F December 27. 1941, In the abovenamed '
C Court.. and cause, wherein YOUR C. E & PONTIAC DEALER I
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plaintiff .ks Station
divorce. Bradford I
1" j County Telenraph shall publish this I i Firestone Sappl
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RaIlroad Street
Two Doors From C Order In next four weekly Issues & Auto
Witness 'Cor. Temple & Pratt
hand
: my and official steal Telephone 203
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