Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 21, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official Countu Publication Established In 1877

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-,. ---' MS, -. I Berries YieldHeaviest City Will Install I

-- fna.:_ t \ / Bring $16,378.50An Week; 100 Parking Meters I

expected drop In productionthis

week failed to materialize and ,4' BHS Lettermen Action Described As "Congestion Relieving"

shipments of strawberries from I Rather Than "Revenue Raising"Measure
the State Farmers' Market duringthe 7. 1'4It

TOURISTS! IN STARKE are receiving a cordial! welcome these daysas past seven day! totaled 1,029 4 ;i Feted By LionsLuttermen
exemplified above by Mrs. Marian Howe (deft), Secretary ofl the crates, the heaviest week of the I

Starke Chamber of Commerce and Mrs. Edward current season. I J
Charbonneau temporary The City Council Tuesday night voted!) 3 to 1 to have
president of tho Tourist Club. These enthusiastic ladies are Prices' held at a strong: average from the A and It ,
100 parking: meter installed in the business district of Starke
holding one ol the placards that have been posted around town extending of $10.74 bringing growers an Tornado football squads were honor -
) tourists and homefolks a cordial invitation to attend the estimated total of $16,37850 for guests at a banquet given by at the curliest possible date.
the week's harvest.So tho Lions Club in the USO bulli Motion for acquiring the meters was made by Councilman

Woman's meetings Club.TREE the. Club which are held every Tuesday evening in the I far this season 4,976 crates Ing Wednesday night II. A. Bishop, Jr., and was seconded by P. L. Bridges.

have been shipped from the mar- Coach David fuller, freshma Voting "yes" were members Bishop, Bridges, and I... O.

ket with estimated return of $f7,. football and varsity baseball mentor Ilnzen, while sole dissenting vote was cast by Councilman

893.10 to growers. from the University of Florid, James A. Lewis. Chairman L. A. Canova did not vote as it

SURGERY Prospect of colder weather was the featured speaker am") also is customary for the chairman to refrain from voting except

I seemed Imminent yesterday, to!- exhibited A film of lust sonion' I in case of tie.

Ing two weeks of near-summed 'IGNINGt the local National Alabamu-Florldii" football game -- .
? KKCItt'lTS AUK At brink\ clip as J. M. Perkins, representing
or Sabotage I temperatures. However, most Guard Company swings Into an nil-out enlistment drive to reach Its Forty-five members of tho A M. M. Hose, Inc., of Hart

growers said It would take a regular new authorized strength of officers. and 79 enlisted men. PI'tllrpdI and B Squads were prell..nt".lthelr Bank Reports ford. Conn., was present and
Today is'Arbor Day'in Florida. "black freeze" to do the crop I letters by BHS Coaches Hobbs and
above (with helmets and rifles) are three recruits who were swornIn stated that it would probably
much harm at this 'stage, since Funderburk.
out Monday afternoon: John Alvarez, Levy F. Norman, and dene be from 30 to 40 days before
Theoretically, everybody goes and plants a tree on bushes are now largo enough to Lion President H. A. Bishop,
Arbor Day. offer considerable protection to K. Kelly. Other new enlistment, since the drive began are: Henry Jr., delivered th.e address of welcome -I Earnings!! 'Good'The the meters could be installed.

the maturing fruit. B. Bennett, Gene M. Hughes James E. Grlffls Albert J. urrough and the response. was made Kxact: location of the meters

' Confidentially, we know of no trees being planted in Most growers have already Rudolph Sapp, and Rodney P. )tall. Capt. Hugh B. IitKram company by Jamea Phillips, lOiS Tornado will not be determined untilan

Starke today, but we'do know of several being cut down. For mulched their plants also" and commander, expressed himself yesterday as well pleawnl with the football captain. following "report to stock engineer is sent here to
holders" mad W. B.
was by
instance: I this will offer additional protec- progress/ of the drive. I make a survey, it was stated.
Sowell, president of the Florida!
Two of the city's venerable and fast-disappearing oaks. tion from the cold. Womanless WeddingTo Hunk at Rtnrkc. on January 11. nual Mr."take"Perkins of each said that the an-
meter should
Restored To InstitutionsAs "In our National Kconomy the
Some folks just don't like oak trees. Aviation Academy Free Electricity Be PresentedBy post war readjustment continuedall range between a low of ISO: anda

Council Rescinds Action Tuesday NightCertain Club high of $00. On the basis of a
\i Rotary through: 10 IS.
We do. Group Attends $73 average the 100 meters to

public Institutions, Including Its meeting! of Jnn. 11: Plans for a "WomanlnsH, Wcii "In Ilraclford County agriculture be installed here should yield an
Melbourne MeetThis
We think they lend character and production wan below average and
of I
an atmosphere local churches, the National Three blinker lights were ordered ding" to bu staged In the USCauditorium. additional I $7,500 revenue annually
enchantment to a town that can be imparted by no other area was well representedby Guard armory, health clinic -two of them to be Installed Thursday night, Feb low prices prevailed for pecans for the city.Advocates.
Tim live stock Industry made
source. Such maudlin sentiment makes us an "old fogey" the Florida Aviation Academyat American Legion hall and for the safety of negro n, at 8 o'clock were IInn"ullr.,1 and pro- of the meters on the

a drooling "moss back", and an object of scorn and pity the CalvHcnde of Flying Alligators others will continue to receive I school children In neno.I this week by the Staike Rotary press good prices prevailed. Council stated, however, that the

in a supersonic age of axe wielders. We realize that, and are held recently in 'Mel tree electric service. i Light Plant Superintendent U. Club. "l iumph reys Gold Corporation doclHlon was made not primarily

willing to suffer the consequences. We still like oak trees. bourne. Meeting here Tuesday night I I S. Johns was Instructed to Install I The "principles". In this hilarious Is completing the at construction estimated: ofprocessing as a revenue-raising measure, but

The Flying Alligators Is the the Council rescinded its actionof a fire hydrant at the corner of I event will be: Bride, Hans \\Val- plant an os a step toward relieving the
Under date of January 13 the City Administration received largest international organizationof January 11 when it decided',to Park and Julia Streets ? ker; Bridegroom, J. C. Hoover: rout In excess of one million dollars deplorable parking situation in
six miles eiuit of Starko for
a letter from the corresponding secretary of the Starke charge such! Institutions for all the business district of Starke.
sportsmen pilots In the ..world Agreed to haul some fill dirt Preacher, Lex Green: Flower Girl, the K. I. DuPont of
Woman's Club. The letter said : "The Executive Board of consisting of more than 3,000 electric current used. in excess of onto property of the new Christian J. H..duPre; Matron of Honor, Wilmington for mining Company Ilmenite. The congestion In the business

the Woman's Club of Starke has instructed me to requestthe members In all parts of the globe. 100 kilowatts monthly.Reprelentatlves Church parsonage upon requestof Bill Graham; Maid of Honor, Rev. This has district Is caused largely, It was
operation provided
a pay
City to remove the two trees on the south side of the The organization was formed of several ,of W, M..Edwards. L. D. Haines; Bridesmaids T. I{. roll which has boen of great benefit pointed out, by the owners of
club building as these trees are a menace to the public. The about 15 years ago by a grou the Institutions affected appearedat Col. D. E. Knight requested that McClane, Jr., E. L. Matthews, and to Starke. It Is reported that businesses and their employeeswho

club plans to replace the trees with dogwoods." sNow who had Just flown. across the this ;.week's meeting to protestthe the city grade some streets north Guy Andrew the plant Is scheduled: to go Into habitually use the parking
action, but by the time they places on the main streets which
Florida Everglades and whose In addition to these main characters .
from Tenth Street. The maltt'rwal operalon on a 24& hour basis about
everyone knows that a dogwood tree is very pretty imagination was fired by the possibility : arrived the Council had already referred to the Street com there'will be a largo cast the ISth of February."By should be left open for the convenience -
at least for ten out of the when is of forced In rescinded Its action and they wereso of shoppers. Council ad-
days year it bloom- a landing the Informed.It mittee. Upon request of MayorJ. of other characters Including cousIns comparison with banks In vocates believe that meters will

.. ing. So we won't quarrel with the womenfolk over their jungle below. One of the require' was stated that such free P. Roberts, the appointmentof aunts, uncles, etc., embrasln thin area deposits In our bank discourage all-day parking In the

beautification efforts..We just like oaks that's all. ments for membership is at least service provided by the city runs Clarence Hutchinson to the police practically the entire Rotary; have held at a pleasing high level, business district by workers and
50 mile Floridaswamp.
a flight across a
unanimously membership.
department was
. in the neighborhood of $200 having decreased 162.p97.09 or will In the long run benefit local
1t' And what about this "menace" angle? How folks'do permonth. the
many approved.A : The production is under
only .0703 sine December 31, .
businesses. It
C,,,,, by making possiblefor
p; : "" you know who've been conked by falling oak limbs, in the4.past Tills area was represented at motion was made by Council. direction of Mrs. Herbert Deal, 1917. the V.
During period
City Attorney Q. L. Patten <*''% l same shoppers, tourists, and others. ...
: ten, years? Corneonnow! -.think. ,hardv! the /neet by Roy H.. Browning, instructed to draw up an ordm, i man "Bridges that no.taxicab. r whoa.l*) writing.,, &h"'atJlpt" S. 9 T>trnia* ttecroased; $00.220.00 to find parking places when they/', '-
Clarence B. Connor James Shan- Mrs. Deal has had! a wide -
cense be sold to anyone except and Florida Bonds decreased $23,-
-' ance empowering the Council to 1 wish to stop and make a purchase.
non, Mr. and Mrs. John Hammond the Starke Taxi Co. without In staging amateur theatrlcals 000. Loans Increased
approval approximate.
clean unsightly and unsanitary The meters will be of the one-
up any
But even granted that some of the trees are getting a Mr. and Mrs. Don Osborne, Keith premises, after givingthe of the Council.An and an evening of uproarou ly 10 per cent, principally In retail hour limit providing 12 minutes -
little worn around the edges and possessed of a few rotten I Jackson Forrest Houchin, and fun assured all who attend the classification. Our type
owner JI,) days' notice. The Investigation wall of parking time for each one
limbs, let's do a little quick figuring before every oak in I Mlkey Browning all associatedwith ordinance will also provide that determine whether the responsibility WomanlcHS Wedding. earnings were good, slightly better cent deposited.. The Rose concern

the city is condemned as Public Enemy No. 1. the Florida Aviation Academy the owner of the property will be of removing debris left than in 1047. All officers and hAS Installed meters In Gainesville

at Keystone Airpark. held responsible for the cost of by the Florida Plactlcs fire rests. Vet LegislationTo employees received a bonus of 15 and many of Florida's largest
Officials estimate that it will cost close to $500 to remove such cleaning operations. with the owners or with, the Insurance per cent of their annual salaries cities.

the two ancient oaks on the south side of the Woman's Forest ConservationFilm The following Items of business r company. Efforts will be Be DiscussedBy as additional compensation A
Each will
meter cost the
Club building. That's a lot of taxpayers" money. For a fee And Talk I were transacted. by the Council In made to have this work expedited. Senator Smith quarterly dividend of 37 1-2 cents $58 plus an Installation I fee of city 94.me
like that it might even be possible to hire a tree! surgeon to ----- ---- ---- per share, equal to B per cent : .. !
Presented At I I A. L. Crosby, Jr. Chairman of was paid for the year of 1048." installation lee win oe waivedby v
come to Starke and recondition some of our oaks so they will Rotary"Florida the In each Instance
Of Dimes
Assessor Receiving March company
the American Legion Program
no longer menace our public (even in their imagination) where there is a post remaining '
; Wealth or Waste" I Committee, this week issued an
Applications For Chairman Urges Rites WednesdayFor the
from of
And having said our piece, we hereby leave town for the was the title of a significant film Invitation to all veterans In Brad the early days Camp
next two weeks. shown at the Rotary Club Wed- Homestead Exemption Redoubled Effort ford County to attended a discussion L. V. Moore, Blandlng period when Starke first
At that
nesday by M. R. Frlerson Information of Veterans'. Legislation. to installed parking meters.
But, anyway we still like oaks!tI and education forester I The office of Guy Andrews, Tax I.I. The 1919 March' of Dimes, which be conducted by State SenatorJ. Lifelong Resident time the meters were hastily with

with the Florida Forest Service. Assessor, this week completed the i is entering Its second week, Is 81.,t"r Smith at the Legion Leonard, Vincent Moore. 82: lifelong drawn by the city following public

I Preceding the film Harry Rol- ask: of preparing about 1,800 gaining Increasing momentum, A. Hall next Tuesday night. resident of Bradford, County, protest.
Ball Girl BasketeersLose ler, conservation forester with the homestead tax exemption applications -: Senator Smith has been active The first $400 collected from
Birthday J. Thomas, Jr., Chairman of the died early Sunday afternoon, Jan.
International Paper Co., gave a and Is now ready for each! In veterans affairs since his discharge the meters will go to the companyto
16, at the home of his daughter,
Foundation for Infantile
brief talk in which he pointedout homeowner who claims exemption National after the recent war and pay for Installation After that,
First GameThe that Florida's annual Incomeof ''to come Into the office and nlgn Paralysis' appeal In Bradford holds a charter membership In Mrs. Paul Raymond. lie had beenIn the city and the company will divide -
Set For Jan. 28 failing health for Mime time.
138000.000 from its woods- his application. I County, announced today, urgingall the Legion Post at Green Cove Mr. Moore was a native of Carl- the take BO-00 until the meters -
lands could be increased six their effortsIn He has been activeIn : are paid for.
BHS girl's basketball team or Personal property tax and tangible 1 citizens to redouble Springs. long ton County, Georgia and moved
i The annual Birthday Ball climax suffered a decisive 61-30 defeat- eight times If the entire state property tax form.* are alto, the final week to make the public life as was his father, here with his parents when one If present plans materialize, the

4 of the March of Dimes fund were placed under fire protection. ready for distribution to those' drive a record success. the late Senator Smith of Green year old and had lived here ever Council maY' use at least a partof

! raising campaign for infantile paralysis the first of this season-In an "More than 95 percent of the who need them, and will be disrihuted -'I Mr. Thomas urged those who Cove Springs.' At present Senator since. lie was a retired merchant the proceeds from the metersto
will be held in the usa encounter with fast-scoring Lake Nation's burned-over Smith Is also. member of the traffic
: annually when homestead exemptions received School Cards to return a } nil, farmer and au active memberof : employe an "experienced
I building Friday night, Jan. 28, Butler quintet in the armory here forest land Is in the South, although are signed. them promptly with as generousa City Commission of Green Cove the first IluptlHt Church. man" to handle the local situation
it was announced yesterday by the South contains only He represented Clay County durIng which Is described as "out
contribution If they
\ Tuesday night. January 1 Is the legal tax assessment as possible Survivors include' five daughters -
Guy Sale, 1949 chairman of the 32 percent of the Nation's total the late Legislature In the of hand".
i I Carlle Mae Hall, with 13 points, date In Florida. and all have not already done so. Coin Mrs. Milton II. Lung. Jacksonville I
event. forest land." Mr. Roller pointedout. Collectors, he said, have been HoiiHe of Representatives and at Since the designation of U. S.
1 owners of real or personal pro ; Mrs. Ralph II. Alvarez
I led the locals, while Alma Thomas He condemned the old that time State Bonus :301 which ruts through the
he had prac- a ,
3 Mr. Sale stated that perty are required to make their placed on display In many of the and Mrt Paul Raymond, both of
1 secured Johnny :Jelnlck: and his waa runner-up with 12. tice of "cut out and get out", exemption claims or property returns buHlness places in Starke and Bill for Veterans which failedto Starke; Mrs. Treadwell Strickland, heart of Starke's business section,

orchestra to provide music for the The boys' team won a hard- stating that such abuse of timberlands between that date and April throughout the County and will pass, and Is expected to Intro Belle Glade; and Mrs. Wllmer' T. traffic congestion here has reachedan
1 1Highthe I has resulted in the denudIng duce similar' bill when the Legislature state where it was
a alarming
event. Jelnlck's band U composed remain throughout the
38-34 on display -
I fought victory, over Union 1. Shiver, Jennings: two sons Aub-
I of six members and boasts two third win of its current of one-fourth of Florida's total concluding w'ek of the campaign. next convenes. rey R. Moore, Starke, and, Jerry considered necessary to take drastic
I vocalists and Is currently playing 23000.000 acres of land devote Assessor Andrews stated that Ha appealed to shoppers to donate Mr. Crosby also annnuncml that J. Moore, Bain bridge, CJa ; IS:\ steps to relieve the situation
an engagement at the popular Kit season. High point
,, Kat Club near Gainesville. Jelnlck Godwin, with James Phillips sec The paper companies, now established waive any of the requirements spare daily to tho fight against presentatlve J. I'. Roberts had randdauirhter; two sinters, Mrs. Boy Scout Troop

: at one time played with the famous In Florida at a cost of for claiming homestead exemption. polio and help speed. the drive to been Invited to attend this meetIng Julia S. Kimball .>Washington,
, Ted Lewis band. ond.The millions of dollars are Interested In addition to the basic require- 21. and take a prominent part In of Creates New Patrol
boys are evidently becomingmore I victory by January D. C., and Mrs. It. R. Prevail
in a long time operation and an ment that the exemption must be the UlttcusHlon.
: Mr. Sale also announced that accustomed to their "None of ," Mr. Thomas concluded Starke.
new us I Boy Scout Troop 71) met Monday
of claimed between Jan. 1 and April
tickets for the Ball will go on man-to-man defense tactics and carrying on a program planned "can afford to take Funeral services were held at 3'' build-
i conservation, which Mr. Roller 1, the law provides that the night In the new
sale this week and he urges the are expected to make a better described briefly. claimant must own and reside on chances. with a possible polio Police Tagging o'clock Wednesday afternoon In I I lag on Pratt Street Billy Dodd,

public to lend Us support to the showing during the last half of The program was In charge of the property and In good faith epidemic this coming summer. But Traffic OffendersRed the First Baptist Church with Senior Patrol Leader amilsted the
March of Dimes Campaign by the season. all of us can afford a dime or a Rev. L. D. Halnes officiating. Ar- Scoutmaster, Al Kay Carlisle -
AI Carlisle of the Club Service make It his permanent home on new
buying these tickets In advance Committee. 1 January 1 of the tax year. dollar toward assurance that we tags became a familiar rangemen,i were In charge of the In conducting the meeting. A
whether or not they can attend b. should Infantile William C. Funeral Home r
will ready Cooper
Call Street and
City To Prepare Don 'Black, secretary of the< totaling sight on cars fourth patrol was organized
Exemption applications -
ball. The tickets will be on this Jacksonville and DeWItt C.
the paralysis hit our country this week as police began a driveon of Devil appointed librarian
Jacksonville Rotary Club, was 121 have been signed\ to date,: Jimmy
general sale at the Smart Shoppeand Special Tax Sale year." traffic? violations and illegal Jones of Starke. for the Troop.
to extend invitationto
in the office of A. J. Thomas, present an the Assessor said and 48 personal Active pall bearers were T. B.larding. .
thank the
For Years 39.42City parking.City The Scouts wish to
members of the Starke Clubto :
tax returns have been completed.
I Jr. in Starke. attend an Inter-city meeting in CALENDAR OF EVKNTM Clerk Carl Johns stated C. II. Nasworthy. )Kl- Starke Coca Cola Co. for the beau

The Ball will begin at 10 Clerk Carl John, has been Jacksonville on Monday, Feb. 14, Tuesday Tourist Club, at Wo that around 15 drivers had appeared lot Flynn, Morgan Stephens. II. tiful new sign that was donatedand

I, o'clock and dancing will continue Instructed by the City Council honoring Angus Mitchell of Australia Shriners Re-elect man's Club, 7:30: pm. at the City Hull this weekto F!. Tucker, and Freeman Register, erected over the entrance to

until 2. to prepare a list of all propertieson President of Rotary Inter- All Main OfficersThe Wed. Rotary Club Methodist pay the $1 fine for violation of Sr. the building.

which taxes are delinquentfor national. A show of hands indicated Rec. Hall 12:15: pm. parking rules and other violations. Scoutmaster Carlisle announces

Letter To Editor the years 1939, '-fOfl and that large delegation from Starke Shrine Club at Its Wed. Lions Club, USO Bldg., Members of the police force Bradford SolonsTo that the Troop has room for several -

'<42.< This list will be advertised the Starke Club will attend this. regular meeting held Tuesday 7:30: pm.Sat. stated that the drive would\ be Attend MeetingOf more boys and those! who

"What became of our new City during March and all parcels remaining meeting. night, January 11, re-elected each Amusement Games, Catholic continued and motorists were would like to become members of

Council's promise to take care unredeemed will be sold Kenneth Grider, president of of its principal officers for an- i USO 8:30 p.m. warned to be! more careful In their Road BoardState the Troop may contact him at the

of _e.ur street cleaning and drainage i for taxes early In April, It was the: ERS Student Council, and other term. Freeman Register Jr. Jan. 24 Masonic Lodge meet- driving and parking habits. Bradford Hardware Co. or cometo

facilities At present, as in stated. James Phillips, last season's foot will continue as Club President Senator Charley E. Johns, the Scout meeting next Monday

the past the same condition exists. All owners of property on which ball captain were guest of the B. T. Thomas as VicePresidentand Ing.Jan.. 25 American Legion Street EnforcementOn Representative J. P. Roberts and night

Ninety days of their term has taxes are delinquent for the years club -at the Wednesday luncheon. A. J. Thomas, Jr., as Secretary meeting, 8:00: p.m. County Commissioner. E. I*. Crawford -

expired and no results. named above are advised to make President Herbert Deal announcedthat & Treasurer. Jan. 25 Woodman Circle, Evening New Auto Tags will attend Monday- budget- Dedan Cemetery

This situation. If corrected, arrangements for paying such the club would be host to At this meeting the club unanimously meeting.Jan. To Begin MondayState fixing session of the State Road

would be highly appreciated by taxes before the sole .t is advertisedIn two high school students at regu- decided to extend a IIf... 25 Ladles Aux., Presbyterian Department In Lakeland. The loc Fencing Fund

the taxpayers and the community March. tar intervals throughout the remainder Lime membership to Dr. M. B. Church 8 p.m. at Duncans.Jan. Highway Patrolman HalP. al officials will be there In the

would make a better impression I of the year. Herlong past potentate of Morocco 26 PTA meeting, USO, Olllen call the attention of the Interest of three local projects: Donations for fencing receivedby the De-

on the tourists" CARD OF THANKSWe Temple in Jacksonville, for his 3:1: :: p.m. public to the fact that the dead- the Baylesa Highway: the clearIng dan Cemetery are being
Winkler wish to our deepest Chorus line for securing 1949 auto license and widening of Alligator E. B. Crosby clerk treasurer, '/
(Signed) E. A. express Tax DiscountTax long and valuable service In Shrine Jan. 26 Community
sincere appreciation and thanks to work. organization meeting. Woman's tags waa Jan. 15. Creek; and the proposed ,wideningf and It Ia desired that all contributions

BirthsDALE our many friend and neighbors Collector J. R. Kelly reminds It was decided that President Club, 8 p.m. Dr. Beecher, U of F, "Street enforcement will begin Temple Avenue (U. S. 301)). for this cause be In before
Recent for the beautiful flowers and kind the public that the two per Register and Vlce-Pre Thomas directing. Monday. Jan. 21," Glllen stated. A resolution asking the Road Feb. 1. In last week's TelelfT&phIt

ALBERT CROSBY words of sympathy: during our recent cent discount being allowed on would represent the Stark Shrine! Jan. 21 Fellowship Supper, 1st The Highway Patrolman urges Department to widen Temple was stated that the fenced church"property" but
of relieving was to be ,
bereavement the toss all car owners who have not yet Avenue as a means
upon taxes during January will soon Club In Jacksonville on Tuesday, Christian Church.
Mr. and Mr. Albert Lee the Cro&by birthof of our mother, Mrs. G.o. S. Tan- com to a close. The discount in JanUArY 25, at the meeting of Feb. 3 Womanless Wedding obtained their new tags to do so traffic congestion on U. S. 301 this was an error, as the present

of Starke announce born Jan. cey. February will be only one percent the various Shrine Clubs In the staged by Starke Rotary Club, at once In order to save themselves In the city was adopted Tuesday fund are to be used for fencing;

a ion Dl3 Albert, -Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Taocey. North and West Florida area. USO building 8 p.m. embarrassment night by the Council. the cemetery.
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Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Clay Hill Bradford ADDRESSESOF INTERESTThe I ford Mrs.Fla.E. N. Durkee, 1832 Polk I Fla.G.from. B.Starke Stanley to, L change..wtey.Hardman's .of address Jones Mr, and Jr. Mrs. J. M. Allen and

I St., Hollywood, Fla. Hampton Mrs. Jlmmle Woodard attended!
1879 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNER-EDITOR Ity Lura Burgess Mohr Hi LitesBradford following new, renewal and Mrs. B. F. Boone, Rt. 4. Jack Fish Camp funeral services for Edgar Allen

rnMliihed' Every Friday and Entered M Second roncat, Nebr. change of addresses will be of son, Tenn. Fla. In Jasper Thursday of last week

C 11a.e Matter mt the Pout Office at Starke, FT*. Interest to many' of our readers: Mrs. R. M. Johnson, change of I Visitors in the home of Mr and
Wins address from Waldo to Rt. 7, Box Mrs. Ernest Allen Sunday
Wherein I realize that I love Basketball Gomes Mrs. J. A. Scanlan, 23 Park 153, Tampa, Fla. Bethel Rev. and Mrs. Curtis Harris Were
MEMBERBohMrtptloa ({j) 1949 this unowbouml land and my a Place, Palley Home, Raritan Twp., ct!
Friday, January 14th Bradford E. J. Hazen, change of addresj Green Cove Springs, Mr, and Mri.
prayer of Tluuilnglvlng to our Rt. 8, New Brunswick, N.' J. E. W. AllenThis W. H!. Green, Mr and
'1.60 For Six Ma..., Father. High .girl'a basketball team won from Brooker to Rt. 4, Box 222, I By Mrs. Mrs. Iy, .
'2M AUllUJ' Mrs. Thomas Armstrong lOA Allen Mrs. Eunice
their fifth straight game by defeating Plant City, Fla. Wilson. Mrs"
I love this land which Is my home, Palatka 25-20. In one of Columbia St., Brockton, Mass. Pfc. James H. Gassett AF 142- e was saddenedto R. Gainey Sam Clark, Mrs. Edna
The gently rolling prairie loam the hardest fought games(of the Mrs. W. D. Sexton 1794 Lula 87714, 4th Alrpollce Sqdn., 4th the two- Jones and Mrs. Ruby Jones

FAR FROM BEING "JUST ANOTHER CLUB" With only trees to stop the eyes. season. Carlle Mae Hall, with 16 Ave. N. E., Atlanta, ,Oa. Air Base Gp., Andrews A. F. Base, hear of the death of Mrs. Sally Glisson of Jackson.vllle .

Sometime* It seems to us that the world would be better off If Wide sweeping search of earth points, was high score girl. Mrs. W. S. Blgson, 404 E. Mulberry Washington 20, D. C. weeks-old daughter of Mr. and was the Friday night guest

at least two-thirds of the clubs, organizations, etc., now making demands and skies. The Bradford High School boy's St., Goldaboro, N., C. Mrs. Dick Carroll. Rt. 5 I, Box I Mrs. Clay Ltzenby who died Sun- of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gllmton.

upon the time and talents of a harassed populace were Junked The rhythm of her wooded hills team won their second game this L. C. Smith 0.07 1-2 N. S. St., 363, Jacksonville. Fla. | day morning. Our deepest. sympathy Those on the sick list this week
Pluck music from the wind's harp. extended to the family. are Jewell Allen, Earl
season by overwhelming Palatka Pensacola, Fla. Is Strickland
Not that ,
and consigned to the bottom of the deep blue sea. they James F. Hollingsworth. 311 |
stringfl, 61-29. Frank of Green Jr.; Terry Jones and Carlton
would not worthwhile If carried out In practice, all Dryden wall high C. C. Deea, change of address N. Popular, Paris, Tenn. Miss Gloria Harris Ue.
serve a purpose I I
A rushing harmony that fills score boy with 22 Jim Godwin the Sunday We wish them a speedy ]
points; was recovery!
from O'Brien, Fla. to RFD, Bran- Rev. John O'Dowd, Arcadia, Cove Springs
often It seems that there are more organizations
they are In theory-but The heart and gives it eagle wings.I made Id points.
than there are people willing to provide the leadership that Is f
If an effective program la to J>e carried out. know the places far away r BLANDING 1 1I
necessary Caressed by warm suns every day, Two Grade Nell tMY CAMP WRECKING CORP CAMP 1r
In spite of this superabundance of organizations, there Is ono Where flowers are no transient 275' Subscription

comparatively new one In Starke that ,we feel Is of sufficient Importance guests r

that our townspeople should make whatever sacrifice 1 III necessary To leave at'Autumn's chill request.' About 75 fifth and sixth gradershave

to insure its growth and permanency. Thin-In case you haven't, But children of the prairies know just completed a contest to
determine who could
sell thelargestl
already guetwed-Is our Tourist Club. And love the kiss of winter's
number of Southern Agriculture
The first meeting of the current season of this Infant (but thriving snow magazines.
-l Eunice! Braun.I .
held night of last week In the ,
Infant) organization was Tuesday Prizes were cameras, rings, I
Woman's Club building, and It was heart-warming to see townsfolkand will soon be here three years. scout knives, and pen and pencil liat,

visitors, tourists and strangers, joining hands and dancing the They have been quiet, pleasant, seta. Receiving these prizes were I

Virginia Reel' just as If they had known each other all their lives. eager years. Filled with learningand Barbara Colley, Anne Mosely, Patricia

On Its Chamber of Commerce signs at the entrance to tho city experiencing the new and dif Wlllard, Jack Colley, Sandra '
and these Tues- i Johns, Gene Richards and Mary ..
Starke boasts that ours is a "Really Friendly City", ferent. I have learned to love this Rivers Stubbing ,

", day night meetings of the Tourist Club tend to prove that this Is no land of great change. I love the i..
The entire took In 137.
Idle boast. snows of winter, the coming of group .,
CO, 41.15 of which .was profit for r p a.vw
But a Tourist Club, like any other organization, cannot serve its the spring and the heat of the the grades. Each room sold separately

purpose unless there Is Intelligent and enthusiastic leadership. This summer that fills yuur bones" with and are planning to use (:

leadership must be provided, in large measure, by the town peopl laziness Then the golden Autumn their share of the $41.15 profit
when things are put to bed for V N'saa
It would be a sad commentary Indeed, on the brand of friendliness for play-gropnd and class-room: 1
the long cold winter. I am In the -
provided by our city If the responsibility for the success of this or dlnfng room at the table. I love equipment. I'I I

ganlzatlon were thrust on the tourists themselves-the very ones this room as It has such a .wonderful -

whom we are seeking to entertain and make feel at home. No-the view. It la on the second floor DID YOU KNOW THAT .

responsibility for the mechanics of these meetings and the efficiency facing the south It has three '
of the organization must be borne by our permanent residents.' After windows on the south side. The The Florida State Library at : e I
lent us 100 books for Yourself.-
middle Is. Pay Your Rent To
all, they are the ones who stand to benefit most from the ever In- one almost a picture this semester?
window. I have net ruffled
cresting, number of tourists who will not only atop In Starke, but I I curtains rayon The Coca-Cola Company donateda I
looped back so I can
also remain here, once it is' learned that we are trying to make their clock for the school? All
Have !
see out over the town. I can see Your Home Yours i
Wallace White
visit as pleasant as possible. the Iron bridge that spans the moved to Jacksonville

Even though think cannot possibly "sandwich In" another creek. In the Beach last Friday? I
you you '
background are the
We won both Basketball Not lust home--'here I. BEAUTIFUL horns that It years for a full pries that come
meeting during the week, come to the Tourist Club next Tuesday' high hills all dressed In white. games ,
Friday night? I like s down payment! "Th. Sun-Quoan" cantolni ample room for a two bedroom floorIan
night. You will have one of the most enjoyable evenings you haveever My neighbor's house is not faraway BEDM BAH KITCHEN' '
Madge Brownlee received two with plenty af windows to provide fresh air and sunlight throughout. Wall are of 11'0' I
spent, and it will make you proud to see what Starke i la doing yet gives me elbow room. II'3'r6 STrIe' IIL
How I do love neighbors. So long-distance telephone calls Sunday attractive drop tiding applied ever gypsum board Iniulotlon. The double floor see of
for "the "stranger within Its gates". much fun to call my over to them from Jimmy Chasteen? I 1x4 pine aver 1 Inch TOG '1I1>.floodn.. Material for the interior partition framing Is

whenever I am out and see themIn The Biology class Is taking a finished/ for you to Inifoll as you pleats. Th. homo h given froth pray coot of point.

COMMUNITY! BACKING ITS NATIONAL GITAKD the yard. Over farther I can see field trip this week to learn all Shutters are furnished for tha front In choice af colon. To complete tide unbelloveabla' HALL

The drive to build the local National Guard Company up to Its the home of our docter. So many about how pine trees are planted? I ,urcho.., we furnlth you complete sot af archltoct'i blueprints af your ho..... NOTE

new authorized strength of 11 officers and 79 enlisted men Is making times he calls us when he has Buddy Faxon and Henry Man. THESI HOMES ARE FABRICATED FROM SELECT GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS WHICH

fine progress with new recruits being sworn In each week. The many done all that he can do and life assa came home this weekend I WERI CONSTRUCTED TO MEET RIGID SPECIFICATIONS. S.. the "Sun-Queen" today -
from Florida Southern
advantages offered the Guard has slipped home to Its Maker. College? e athot and sire, af thata economical home!
by seem to be particularly appealing The Girls' Basketball team has at well ai the many medals ( style BEDROOM LIVING' ROOM

to young men of 17 and 18 years of age, and five more high school Today went Is after such a the lovely mall winter early day.I this. won five straight. games? WIDEST SELECTION AVAILABLE IN THIS ARIA ll'0' !03" 17') ,x I I2'0'

youths joined the outfit this week. Many more are expected before I
morning. I always take
the closing days of the current enlistment drive. along. He has more fun even than BETA CLUB I DRY SEASONED LUMBER :

Among the many attractions offered by the Guard to young men I do on our walks. He has adventure I
The by-laws to the constitutionof ,
are these:
at The smells FLOOR PLAN
every step. the Bradford High School Beta Open Men. through Sat. 8 a.m. ta 5 p.m.;
1. Valuable technical Instruction that can Increase your earning from the trees and snow banks Club i I
were approved by Dr. John
power aa a civilian. excite him' no end and he is so
W. Harris, National Beta Club
2. The opportunity to serve pager he pulls me with some force.It .
your secretary. They were also WRECKING CORP."AMP
Is still Icy here and oft he hall approved ARMY CAMP
3. From 1157.50 to 1348,SO annually, depending on your grade. kept me from falling because he by the Bradford High .
(Veterans add longevity for past service.) School Student Council. _
was pulling so hard I caught STARKE 641
4. All National Guard social and recreational activities. before I fell. Don has a slight myself Ruth Sibley, Reporter P O. BOX 569, STARKE, FLA. PHONE

5. The respect! of your friends and neighbors cold he got on a funeral this I! BRADFORD

In the new National Guard young men are given'the opportunity Monday. I am feeling grand. 'HANDBOOK COUNTY CONTAINS h *'

to meet men who are leaders In the community. In the company of Lovely weather at Clay Hill; INTERESTING FACTS!!

friends they are permitted to handle the latest available armaments, had some rain, but it soon clears '

and build priceless experience in organization and leadership. While. up. Letter from Ella Mae Oateen' Did you know: I

obtaining these benefits they receive,. full day's Regular Army pay says all are well and they had a 1. That Bradford County was once

for two hours of Armory training each week! Fifteen days' pay for nice Christmas. She said her sister united with Union County under -
Lois wall going to write .to the name "New River County"
the two weeks of summer field exercises! The opportunity for expert me.
She works somewhere and comes ?
Instruction In nielli Take the .
technical 1 .
home weekends on the bus. Lois 2. That Starke was named for --

Starke has always been proud of Its National Guard Company, and went to school to me. A beautiful Governor Perry's mother when .: .- : -=-

well might it be for ours Is the smallest town In the State of Florida blond young lady now. Lorene the town was Just. a village? ."_'" _....._.--, .- ::,_.J. :: -' -
to have National Fields 3. That the first Woman's clubIn _' -
a Guard unit. The company has always had the went to Jacksonville --. -

loyal support of the citizenry and this Is exemplified In the current Christmas day and spent a fe'v Bradford County was organ .. : -j
: :
recruiting drive by local business men who are days with her eldest. brother and ized In Lawtey? ,;-=- -
underwriting the .
wife. I understand that the new 4. That there was a bank In Law -- -
cost of newspaper advertisements to publicize the many advantagesof bridge over Mill branch Is clone. tey between 1912-1924 :..- <,_._-::
the Guard for the
benefit of
men in this .
young county. 5. That Bradford '
They are working on the fill. High School was -=- ,
It has been pointed out that a fully recruited National Guard It will soon be ready to drive on. 'originally located at Jefferson "r'-,:

company will mean an annual payroll of $32.000 brought Into Bradford I hear quite often from the wife and North Walnut Streets -.

County, so It Is to the advantage of everyone to help put ,over the. of Walter Lang who lives at the where the Woman's Club building -
'I .
current enlistment drive by calling the attention of the young men of present In Lutz, Fla. She says now stands? ? Iwtr 2 jF s

the county to the many benefits that are offered them In the new I, it has been a lovely winter there. 6. That Miss Olive Ray a residentof 4 4i $jt, II
National Guard. I HELPFUL HINTS: If your Starke, was a member of
cooked Icing will not get thick the Bradford County High

-- enough to spread, add a little School faculty for 33 years?
New Chevrolet! experimental work has Included powdered sugar and will be just 7. That a graduate of Bradford vxlpjL

Will Be 1.068.000 miles of test driving over the right thickness to spread. I High School la now the president -
Display the roads of the General Motors know the wind often chaps hands of the National Future I

At Torode'a Today Proving Ground and arid highways even In the south these days .when Farmers of America?
of the southwest. hntiglng out clothes. Hub some 8. That a beautiful painting* done

Chevrolet's 19f onsnencrer! cars, The. local showing will be held vaseline on your hands before goIng by an. 80-yr.' old woman who

completely restyled and possessingmore simultaneously with displays In out to hang them and your I never had an art lesson, now ,
mechanical: Improvements other cities and la expected to hands will not chap. When taking hangs In the Tabernacle in

than. any model within recent draw one of the biggest crowd buttons from old garments! use Starke ?

years, go on display at the To- In the history of events of its kind. a wire hair pin to string them on 0. That Judy Canova was born 4G"1-
rode Chevrolet Co. showrooms "From inquiries at our offices and twist the ends together and in Bradford County?

here Saturday, January 22. and dealer showrooms, we know drop them In the button box.
The automobile Is the productof that literally millions are waiting The Eleventh Grade English
three years of engineering research to see the car," said T. H. Keats On the white page of Winter class, under the direction of Mrs. _

and design development. ing, general sales' manager "Chev. Spring traced In green, Delene M. Woodham, learned all r/A/7/ u'oWc'Urn' avoilabtt at afro toil.Yo .
"'I am, com In". And loft these facts when
Begun immediately after V-J Day, rolet's solid reputation for value a pussy they wrote their
and reports of impressive new willow. > history of Bradford County, a
feature have kindled Summer arrived compilation of the political, eco-
Interest. a nationwide And lazily scrawled In yellow"I nomic, and social history of Brad- the ". on* word tlh the whole tory cf the new Ford-It'i "'..1" You fool

Arthritis Pain "We do not believe the public am here." Letting fall a rose.' bord County, Aside from the fact try t, f new a n.w row of handling In traffic In parking, on the open road. Thafi

fr .uteK. *MI.bUiiHy" oporfortlna ado dot will be disappointed.'blle the car Autumn paused laid down her that the students have learneda ) Ford'i Fingertip Sl.orlngl You feel a now kind of urging pcwar.Thal'iFord's
seam u4 paIne .l ..... Aribrltu.rtourltU. 1 ; carries numerous comfort and harvest burden. great deal about this county, 1 now "Equo-Fol."
choice of 100 V-8 or
your a n.w h.p.
.UtmbMO. .SklBtlea,or...........*tip convenience And wrote
Jttm*.*.*.Work Ihnmb. tarn.blood.PInt 000uutma advances It maintains gloriously In red!, they have had valuable experiences a now 95 h.p. Sixl! You fool now Hopping powarl Thol'i Ford'i new 35%'
assail start. pals to TOO W our tradition of 1 am going" such as: making telephone
vork.enjoy IX"and <.'D mac comfortably.at rugged reliable Then "Klng-Sixo" Brokoi. You feel comfort too from Ford't
winter came and calla, having personal interviews\ \ new ,
.._ N arunut _,. Aalak. oom- I| transportation at the lowest :
plate uUf.eUoa M BOM* OM*|inr.nH a. possible cost." Turned the page. giving oral reports. Improving : now springs. front and rood And Ford't "Mid Ship" Rlda hat the foot of

It la four o'clock and their written expressions, doing FOROW luxury and safely. Y04l'". always want.d. But 'laka rha wheel-try the
getting "
research reading, documenting now Ford '.. yourielM
COLD WEATHER dark. The sun has suddenly disappeared their papers, and learning to work
AHEAD Some of the relatives cooperatively in committees. "veil For Omlw ,lean ,.. la liras to the Frtd Allis Shoe tortn bMfep-NBC Itatwortl

COME IN AND SEE OUR DISPLAY OF have Is come at and last gone. A quiet stillness Honorable mention goes to the UUw to I Ik*Font n,,'t.f, fna., Emian-CM, N.t_k. SM rwr. Minpipw.. tar 11110....)st boar .
restored. Don had
following people for their remarkable
|GAS HEATERS RANGES] to make a trip out Into the coun cooperation and untiring efforts -
try. Willie Is singing to me now. In collecting data for the
Life Is good and I am so thankfulI
Bradford County Handbook: Ervin
And WATER HEATERS ,I' have a home and work to do. Andrews, Rebecca Brown Peggy

Thankful for my friends and all Dale. Marycille Darley, Jo Ann
I i the nice letters'I receive. Greetings Dinkins, Betty Dyal, Nancy
ROSIER GAS COMPANY to all of you out there who Helntz Jerry Merritt, Navena
read this. I send '
I my fondest Martin, Joyce Newsome, and Jean
|Phone 193 Starke, Fla. wishes.\ God bless all of you. Parker.

I Infant LizzenbeeDeath I RELIEF AT LAST over
claimed the 10, day old Cutaway view thaw the"MId Ship" RIde end ....114..... tprlng that lot the w....,. .p bumptl

"ANNIS;s Infant. Nancy Louise daughterof ForYourCOUGH

Mr. and Mrs. Cloy Lizzenbee. Czeomulsioonlie.eprompdybecmue t t, COME IN AND DRIVE IT TODAY There's in /future
Rt. 1 Starke, on Jan. 16. Funeral your
the of trouble
it ROM right to test the
CONCRETE BLOCKS services were held at Bethel Bap. to help loosen and expel gcna bdeafbltfm
tilt Church with Rev. J. E. Cloer and aid Baton to soothe and
Ready *dx Coocreta Builders IEardware conducting on Jan 18 at 4 p.m. deal raw, leader, inflamed brachial
4 Moat Everything To Build RopoJr er Remodel Pallbearers were James Cloer, mucous membraneLTeayouedni4t*ise

Bobby Collins Bobble Coleman to Mil you a bottle el Crtoaaobioaj
ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES, Inc. and Theodore Cloer. Interment with the. undcntandiaa; you smut fake Andrews Motor
1036-1048 W. MAIm Street South 'was in the Klngsley Lake Ceme- the. way it quickly allays the. couth Co.
or you are to have your money' berfc.CREOMULSION.
FhoM 317 MS GAINESVILLE P. O. Box a tery a

Surviving besides her parents Phone 118
Stad I'Ia.FRIDAY .
I are two brothers and a sister. for Coucfls,Chest Colds,Bronchitif ,


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harvest season :when grain feed spoon of grated orange rind 1-8 January 24th 140! In the ab"ven..m. Ta' Al'p....
also farmers to Six Pigs Saved ... .
Station urge Now's The Time Court and .
Tobacco Growers rae* wh r 'ln T\T"J" .>K I'LODIDIa
of Halt 3 separated 1.
prices are comparatively low If teaspoon eggs 1 plaintiff l..vkii rilvnrr. and rKlurntlitn A. Martin Ki-Btcr
Warned To Destroy Fred Clark tobacco agronomist To Buy Chicks, crops have been good. Thus, eggs From Each Litter 1 tablespoon of butter or margarine (- of maiden name Itradfrvriounty ] !le'' Home, : 1, Uvahia. whose, Inorirla raaldence:
grow their own tobacco plants to produced during this season are and 6 tablespoons of sugar. Order In .titiMtnh thli You are required to appear on
nvxt four ,
Would Assure Goal weekly iHauonwltn January II), 11149, In the above named
All Old Plants lessen the danger of introducingetch Specialist SaysIf produced at a lower feed coat than Make your pastry shell prickIn .... my hand and official. anal| Court and cause, wheri-ln plaintiff

mosaic into their plantings. at a fast during other seasons of the year. 1 Save pigs feed save losses lightly with a fork and then nt SO, NtnrKo lim.WFFlVtAt.! Fl.rlilu. till* b.eelnber Tejeitraph arch divorce.ahall Ilrndford C'ou-ty
want pullets saye nnMleh this Order
Destroy old tobacco U transmittedon you ,
any plants The disease not ( SBAt' > A. J
bake It In hot ThomaA In neat four weekly Inane. .
I ovrndSO
a ( degrees
top Chicks hatched In January Feb. and help meet 1010 hog production ..
bringing .
atlll alive especially those In the the seed. clip when eggs are Clerk of sold Court. Wltnena mv hand .and official neat
I now' the time to get your rnary and March mature faster fouls. I Fahrenheit) from eight to 10 minutes fly ITnvon Cronl>y, D C. at $Hturke. Klorldit.. this December
vicinity of new beds and I prices .
your Mr. Clark suggests that grow I> 10.: Knight Slaik., FlorlrtrtAtly 2R. 1 948.OFFICIAt.
to set crust.
thAn those hatched In the
save yourself some grief from their chicks according to Frank S. springand This i Is the suggestion to Florid" ., for fir, 1J-J4 4t 1.14 ( SEAL) A..f. Thoma. *
own plantsbe
etch mosaic disease and aphlda. I ers producing Perry poultry specialist with the summer because they get farmers from W. J. Sheely. animal Mix the 2-3 of a cup of sugar Aa Cleric of aald Court.
prepared to treat for blue mold. Florida Agricultural Service. more sunshine when they are four husbandman with'the Florida and cornstarch; add orange Juice i,, In Clrpult Tonrt. R..dr<.r4 Coniitr. ny H. Haven Crnaby P. ('.
This Is the suggestion of State The Station recommends I'Ioel,4In. 4 NaMcvrr.Mario O. Drown Btarke. Florida
Plant I I Experiment "Eggs start going up In July to five months old. Winter Agricultural Extension Service. grated rind and salt and stir M. May,,,..., Plaliitirf. v.. |)lIn1..1 Atty. for Fir. 13-31 4t 1-21
Board workers to tobacco of 20
I I a dust composed per- and prices usually continue to be hatched pullets begin laying much that the numberof until smoth. Beat egg yolks Maynur I>rf..n<, \nI. C..". .Vn. -
Pointing out
growers who are now planting fermate and 80 70IV4Ordr
cent percent
their py- good through February and the earlier than summer hatched sows bred to farrow this spring lightly and add with butter to j Of Pnkllrntlnii. And Malic t Cln-tilt Court. Bradford Counts
beds. Both etch the
volume. Dust '
rax or talc by birds. Another of Te ...... I' C'hsutcfrv.
to have pullets coming advantage early- cornstarch mixture.: Cook In dou. A. 'IJo::
mosaic and aphids have been a plants twice a week while they only way In Florida Is 103.00O 2,000 less 1 sr''1'11I OK n.oinn tot Ford H.: Ion, Jr? Plaintiff, v..
threat the week Into heavy production during that hatched chicks Mr. Perry ex- than the goal he says the goal ble boiler until thick and creamy, I IiHnloi Maynur, who. r*.l Unc. In Frances. I. Know., 1>"' .1"0111.'
during past or small and three times a
year are Cane No. 71)711.
start chicks hatchedIn plained. Is that the broilers usually stirring constantly. Cool. Pour unknown: )
and season Is for pigs and pork can be met j Order of, Publication and Notice
size Ton
after they attain some I era r"1"lr t appear nn
two.Ordinarily the weather is favorable for blue January February or March; can be sold for higher pricesthan simply by saving six pigs per litter Into baked pastry shell. Then top | January 31, 184U, In the abuv nomad to Animu*
frost has killed old explained.The late birds. with meringue made from 3 Court and ".u.', wherein plaintiff FLORIDA
the specialist egg :
poultry and them to maturity. ;r. :r"L.n
raising .
tobacco plants before now but mold. fivka divorce. iraclror" Count.T.I..aph ?. ,:., whowe r.cr*
season when egg prices In buying chicks the poultry In fact six pigs per litter would whites and 6 tablespoons of sugar shall publlph trill Order done la, : Apartment A-505 Park
this winter has been unusuallymild. Georgia authorities have a quarantine usually are highest Is also the specialist pointed out. It is very give Florida farmers the largest Bake In slow oven ((32,1 degrees In n.xt .four weekly. INMUOM. wood :Manor Upper. Darby fa.t
The warm weather also has tobacco plants vritnfma mv hand and offl..I..1. You are required to
pro Important to get birds from number of porkers they have ever. Fahrenheit or less) about 20 minutes at Stark, Florida, this beaemuer February Illh I 1949, In tlie, tuO;:
been favorable for aphlds. In addition duced In Broward Palm Beach flocks and hatcheries participating or until lightly browned. : :n. U4N. named Court and cause where I IDlalntlff !
to damaging plants by feed- and Htllsborough counties. Plants by certificates of Inspection. had.Florida OFFICIAL MEAI.) A..J. Thomas seeks divorce. Bradford
In the National Poultry Improvement Then watch the family "go for'' A. Clerkor laid Court. Telerath shall DublK.
farmers saved County
Inspection aver
Ing on them aphids spread mos produced In all other Florida Growers desiring Plan. Chicks sold by an it." I fr Haven. frenby, p. f.K. this Order in next four weeklv
aic disease. counties may be shipped intoGeorgia should contact J. C. Goodwin age of ".9 pigs per litter In 1047 I K. I'ftrrvitiAn Stark. Ftorltln,
State hatcheries on the NPIP official Rats Orange CrtMint "'1.> j Attyii. for I'lf. 13-31 41 1-ZI Witness rnv and official
Plant Board Inspectors and after inspection by the nursery Inspector with the list (obtainable from the State Ii." in 1048 Mr Sheoly says. ; anal at Clarke, band..,, thla January
with the Agricultural Experiment State Plant Board, If accompanied Plant Board In Gainesville.Regular Ing six pigs per litter would meet And here's another pie that'a In Cereal ('.>..... Kradtanl Caumtr.Klorlitfii 12. 1 Live Stock Sanitary Board or the and at the time In f.knarrrr.IVulHh I OFFICIAL SRAM A. Thomas!
goal same tops on any table. Busy to make, saJ
from county and home demonstration KIIMKT, fliilnlirr' vn. A. Mar Clerk of {id Court
save the extra feed which would too. tin FoMrr, lt.tfttn. lrtnt. Ciiit. No. BY HHv..nAh [>. c. _.
agents/ ) are classified accordIng 7951. H..y Ki-lilen, r>HtonaAtlys Beach .,
have been needed to keep morsows. ''
to breeding quality are free First, the pnstry. Crush\ 4. cups | Order; Of Pnkltnallea l And Nntlp l I fur PIC. 1-14 4t 3-4

of pullorum disease and have a of corn flukes! Into fine crunibn.

record of And Mr. Sheely estimates that 200 To corn flake crumbs add 1-3 of n
lrl % good livability pro
duction. "Such cost 000 pigs tile from disease para cup of sugar and 1-3 of a cup of
chicly may TRANSFER
more than 'bargain chicks', but sites and starvation In Florida melted butter of margarine And I R B ALVAREZ&SON COD

(((1L they prove more economical and every year. Each pig that dlea at mix well. Press evenly and firmly STORAGE

1 t r ,a more satisfactory most of the farrowing time represents a los around sides and bottom of pie

time than chicks bought!,\ at cheaper of 110 pounds of feed. At .wean pan saving: two tableapoona for t.'e. operate local
coO; I. "
] Ing time the loss la 260 pounds ofeed topping. Chill .." "
from hatcheries and

b'e flocks prices that are not on the official ; at 17 weeks of age 360; at Now for tho filling. You'll need 1 f Ii Ii.4LVARE26O5........1... &: long distance

list of the National Poultry 23 to 26 weeks 602. A 200-poum) 11.3 cups of sweetened condensed I I MOVING nny where 'In 1'.*.
lost means 03 of feed tau\ ?ae.nae
hog pounds
Improvement Plan" Mr. Perry milk 2 tablespoons ofotrft/ tell stJ

........ lost. orange rind. 1.2 cup of orangejuice I FACKIAENTSTCft :

Keeping pigs away from old 2 bananas, 2 egg whites 1-8 .\tiK ,

hog lots and water holes grazing teaspoon of salt, 6 tablespoons of a
Azalea FestivalSet
them on fields of green oats rye sugar and 1-4. teaspoon of vnnil- .ct:: :: i rnclr.lellsAgents

for Feb. 27 and millet, and Inoculating then la.

,, iIJVltlilhr5 against cholera at weaning time ( For -
Blend condermed 1
In Ravine GardensThe milk orange
will reduce mortality from div. rind and juice stirring: until mix- DelclierBros.
eases and parasites the aiilninhusbandman See us first!
thickens. Pour Into crumb
4' ? ? Hugged or Loose Ninth Annual Azalea FeAt(
; valwill be staged In the Ravine declares. Providinga pin shell; slice\ banunuM and arrange .

WHITE POTATOES, 10 ft. 45c I Gardens at Palntka on Sunday succession", of grazing and feed on top. Bent egg whites until
will th..11gl'owln
crops keep foamy add salt and sugar
:I afternoon, Feb. 27 under the sponsorship and producing pork, _..
gradually and continue beating :_: -==-- -----= ---- ::: -.-:::- :..-::-.-.== --=---=--=-
t :=-I Rutabagas, Canadian Vi axeci, 2 Ib. 9c of tho Pulutka Junior 1 until stiff but not dry. Add, VHIH-!

I Chamber of Commerce Ralph Hints To Housewives I la. Spread on top of pie and I

Brockman Festival Chairman announced C'lTRI'S PIEHBy sprinkle remaining crumbs over

A REAL VALUE! GRAPEFRUIT, large, 4 for 23c I It. Chill thoroughly. Then It's

InubellH S. Thurshy> ready
Contestants, chaperones and'ac.
For those who have cooked and' I
ANN Mfg ORANGES US no. 2, 8 tb. bag 23c companying Jaycees will arriveon those who have eaten It, orange Offlee Mnpplire l | | at The llrudfurd

Feb. 16, and social affairs are meringue pie M really somethingto ('....nty Telegraph. ,

rt being arranged for their pleasure talk about. It's not much trouble

APPLES Winesap loose 2 lb. 29c during/ the afternoon and evenIng to make and It's almost sure I""[" (''liyull: C'uiirr.('haneerv.Bradford Count>, Ii i I

lea"t Brockman stated. that your family will call for"seconds" .I IIueI'r I'niiuuno. rinliillff, ,... 4
after they have had a ; 1'I:ilwfnf. l-npimno I liffi'iiilHilt I
Miss Jeanne Crow the 1948 .'|i.e Nn. TOUT. a "
FLORIDA NEW CROI"POTATOES taste. Here's the recipe: Order of Publication.. and Notice tf a ,
Pt. 29c Azalea Queen of St. Petersburg:,
You'll need 2-3 cup or sugar 3 ",

Red Bliss 3 lb. 25c will be on hand to crown the new 1-2 tablespoons of cornstarch 1 1lllllMI!STATE. J\f'-'IIP..l iroKIDA a H III,.." 'IVHlltOllr, 'to,

r Qt 49c queen. 1-2 cups or orange; juice 1 teu- and iiililremt, la: SI Irvin Avenue, ff1J

I tinnvllli.VU h,__Now York:._ ____ __ s'ty'j \
IKI are reuulrrd in nonpar on
I'Vhi-mirv" Ulh.; I'llll. :, in Ihu alio\. ; 1\
name') and, ratine. wherein
ONIONS. yel med. 4 lb. 17c 1,1111111 Court. ,divorce. Bradford. .
Ann PageMayonnaise.) sz., County Teleirranh nhall r>iit>llnh / '
Order, .. Y
this 111 next four weekly ., )
qt. 69c fTs' .
"Ut''Un..' mv hand! and!
1r Heal) in Hinike' h'luildii, this of1lrl,11 WHAT GOOD
Ann Page SUPER RIGHT MEATS ?' ..ry 7 I 1mi49.
(OFFICIAL: .T. Thomas
l\11'-n: aise pt. 39c 1'I'1 T.t.
!Hv Haven Crosby. 1TI.hl\
Ann Pane I>r< A Drawn :Aii"li: II. Omnium. r.oa-SoT T.vnrh I IIIldll'
4 : a Af .. .Inrksonvllle, Klurlilri.. A man IMn't wvll-drvHwil unless he** well- \l'''
1000 la. Dressing S oz. 19c F; 1b ..uiy, for I'lf. 1UL a4In .
? 59c a 'pressed! Fualldimis: men know how important

Ann .'0"tPeanut :" i vers th( Circuit' four!: Itradford; County. well..ennrd.. wl'lIJrt'MIoII'd, clothing

rlorldii:: :! In Clmnrerv. !is to their Our flawless met h.
Gutter; 16 oz. 3oc Irene' Iliown, l-lulnlirf, VH (:Mnnr l
SMOKED nrnwn lierenilnnt, fine No. 7074.Onlrr I ids keep your precious nulls in shipshape
of Pnliliewllon and NollceSTATE

Ann; PagtiKETCHUP . 19c Picnic HAMS ((5-8 lb.) lb. 45c Fed!ward,! llrown o'i-. ,F'LOItiD.1 ulione' Ivsld.ua, ,lot, situation"" condition., it will pay With you the to critical use our clothing heartily

.liiet. known IK Klllton, New ,". .k.IIn.1 approved dry cleaning even more often
Ann PageMacaroni whoee iiillini a la SUM HlllTiilii Hi..
Flillnii, .V. V.f' III I

8 oz., 2 for 19c You: are reoiiired to annear on III.
.I'Vl.rmirv 14th: I'.H'I.. : In the. ulioiwnamed
BACON rindless sliced lb. 59c r Court 'and cause wherein I IMIO.NE.. 135 I"l

Ann Peg"Macaroni I'I,lntlff m-rka ,dlvurue. and,, nn nth"erailer. no liT. 315
,IliuiUontCounty 011 J.J.
1 It)., 17c Tcleg-raDh shall nubll'jh d
this I Order In next four weekly Temple' ;
CHUCK lea, e,' ::KEEN: : !
Any I'BITP: L witness, mv hand and offlclnl Ave.STARKR. .
Egg Nnndlt. 5 oz. 9c .a : A TOAST TO HEALTH seal fanuiiry at, HIHI, I'M9OKKICIAI.'IIH., Frlilii. ihln Ulh nf. ,

( : ) J. Thomn
Ann Pago (, ROAST Have a drink of health Watch the glowof A/J-/ t1"jAI.t.Maid Cuurt.
: ) Hv Fr.
'Elho'11I'oronl.: 8 oz. 2.-191"> : pleasure! light up your family's faces r..hn.1 Mendxrnoii CniMhv., I I I'Mi|C.. Ht Aurr- FLA. .1
"'" '" '- lb rich net, hie, Kliirtdii, j : : :
-- 61cFROZEN when they sip the creamy goodnessof I
r r w r r I ,\lly.. for flf. 1-11 4t 2.4I .' -
(JUSTAFSON'S::; milk. High in nourishment __ i'F"- = = =
v j- .
-low in cost-nnd cream-laden In '%OTH I,! "

the last drill That's GUSTAFSO.VSmilk ): It N'otli'a itniy. cnnnerul I IH hert-ly! 'I itlven lint all to all rinlnorx w,hniil. ., THOUSAND 7F I IEXP.I.NC.I1k..tJj

r FISH Here's health to >out! U mil Wlllliiiiix i-liilnninlM. deeeaxeil of HIM.. eMliii4i, me of ti li file
their ,
l-OHptM'tlVIt flHllllM IIII'II In. >lllllK '
TELEPHONE f HFl F"1 COVE KPKINGS; 2.112 COLLECT ;.liitn with the I'ciunly. .liul' .... K:, i : !
K. .Ivrrymiin, of ,lim.iroi.l, i'oiiniv, ; )
"OIL DELIVERY.GUSTAFSON'S \KlorUtu. within KlKht IN) "rn.lemlitrninnlha ,, .
Large ocean SHRIMP lb.--69c from the firm piilillratlnn | '" T .. --..- -,--..- .' .,. -
of thin nolli-e/ ir, Ihelr IIIIIIIH will
he mu, roil liv I the HtnluteM, if ',Ionl. t
DAIRY tiitlonH Thin. .IniiiLiry "'h. I'M'I

: 7adiOur H. & G. \WHITING 19c I I'HONE! 2312 l-g"tV 4t II t .r J..n.lm.nIMI""I"1. |,

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!ti-lb. 25c In 4niirt Of l'uiin Jed?? II.
Own Tea I Florida
Green Cove Springs; r.rd 4 own/y, otate of lorldu.' I IIII
m aka, vatute of J:hna, Jon.n,
Our Own Tea /-Ib. 47c i SERVING S T A H K DAILY nernaa.d
RED Vullre or Filing Pelltlon For final,
33c J Hlwheraa IIr Ia.: ulor
Nudes. ,Iff lieiehy ,.1 v." tluit/ I beer
Our Own Tea 1-lb. 91c_ II.',) my anal retnrna' an vnertitorof
41 the eHtate fif Knitnit: Jonen, fieneaaed .
.: ttmt, f have Iliad. my, 1..11.)
COCO .OG. 8 oz. ,- 2.1c tlon for dlHirllmtliin/. and for final'llNrharire. )
LEG LAMB and that on the A1 day.
:s F'fff fOr January, '\. I., I 1041. I will apply .
( \ to I the Konorahle. I,1! K. Terry-
.. man. County Judea. of Itradforflv'oiintv
; Klnrldii. for approval' ofHiild
Ib. 69\ .tr. r, final returna and for an order
nf dlatrlhiltlon' and for final illhar .
.a an e....Ul... of the will <..>l
elGN fieO'fLOCa Emma: Jones, deeenaed |
'%'rnrrC A. J Thorns. KxeeutorDeiember
ak 37 "". 12.31tl'71

P&G SOAP . 8c Talco Y I
!. 4'lreull I'nurt. llradford. I'ammtr,
SCltATCn'EEDKlrk'sU'dl'ater I'Iwrldal l' 4e naaeery.Ituth .
; ileler. CI Kmlefker, Plaintiff. v,1
Soap 3 for 25 Nh-holaa. Edward Kndevker iJefendant. -
25 !m. 1.07
ra.e Nn. 1o4. ,, f
ee Order Of .nh..1.. And N.4le* J
.. I na e" 8 y
Camay Soap reg. 2 for 17c 100 lb. 4.10 1' Appear
STATE' : OF J"t.O1IIDA tot t
Nlfholaa. Edward. flodecker. whonereHld
MILD MELLOW: F'Ideb ,n,-* and addrene. l la: 13100117th [
Ivory Soap personal, 6c Strut, Jamali-a. S, N. Y.I i
You are required to appear on
Talco January 34th U., In the above
EIGHTO'CLOCK mimed Court and cauae wherein
Ivory Flakes large 30c plaintiff and rentora- ,
LAYING MASH ./ +ke lion of makienLDare". llradfnrd "
n educated trained
County Teleicraph hall. pulillnh. thin pharmacist it i a highly ,
Ivory Snow large 30c Order' In next four weekly l''il.Wltneea ... YOU
23 tt>. 1.17 i mv hand. .and official. ...1 When he fills
man. your
100 Ift. 1.57 at Hlarke, Klorlda. thin 1I..m..1, professional
. 31. l 4>. I IOFVICIAr. I
TIDE large 30c 8KAI.' ) A.t Thornan )
ELOQUENT:: GOOD-WILL ( A* f'lerk of Natal Court., prescription/ he drawl upon the accumulated l lknowledge
40c1.15 Ry Haven" Croeny, D. C. )
mo Win T. Fr..nkn'r..m.' Clarke Klurlrtn.Attys. .
10071; Horsemeat 25c AMBASSADORSWhether that his
IONA FLOUR for Flf. J3-34 4t 1-14' observations and experience

COFFEE : in .. Tlrenlt r....-.. nradford (......?,'
UNCLE BEN'S RICE .2 lb.> I6c : : she's young years or merelyyou" .........1 I. e...aIuery.ul. v.l. I profession has pai ...kinly learned throughout
FCIX BODIED in heart,- whether:she'a mother 1. Hulllvan. Hmlth. Plaintiff.
RICH i ; 1, lt>. 22e 2 lb. 43c Ca.t
Kenneth K. Smith
Red Circle 1. ft. 44c 5 Ib. 33c sweetheart wife or friend) flowers provide No. 7D.1H forty centuries. You may trust him as you do your
the "tit expression of sent' Order Of P.bll..all.. Aad :X el Ire
Morton House Brown Gravyand 10 lb. 63c per your ro ApsesNTATPt .
IGOKOfS WI.NEV Iment. Flows:: artfully arranged are'our OF FLORIDA to:'
Beef .; 27c Kenneth K. Hmlth, whoa residenceI physician.
BOKAR. 1 tb. 47r 25 lb. 1.19 special. ant! regardless of how little the 1.I unknown Called For & Delivered
of loveliness Ton are required to appear en Prescriptions
we'll a bouquet
cost arrange
RED CIRCLE 3 lb. 1.27
be proud to present. l
1.35 you'll

lona COCOA '/=h. 19c \ & \ COLONIAL FLORIST .,1.1.o.lhln Br.iuhlU..AMKmt mtmmlns rum. rvawrrlnf dill end atIxk -

artr vlllMut trrln '. "': vhKnrk
> thru blood I: t.aaa bronchial Koch Store
lona COCOA Mb. 37c \ X PHONE 218 a.*..Mid. 'lunfl. Umumllr help nalur.quicklyn Drug
I _v. IttKk.. Micky RIMM. Th... .Jl..l.ia .
..Mhln.nd .''do ,.... ....thln' and ......
Mn. Chao Schmllt No... St.. Starke .._... O.I MBMOAOO from ......... a.nf
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Bingo EnjoyedAt Greetings !Ir I Baptist WMS Meets Weds Saturday In Circuit In four(.....*.rrrr.Rdtth Bradford. fo.ntrKlorldal and Vienna. address XI Sins Is:Gasso Elisabeth, Vienna,Krrba Auatrln .,

SOCIETY and CLUBS Tourist Club Tuesday Church William: Hrndy AVHllnv Mnutar Buutar.I'Ulntlff.frfoitduiit.funo vn..I Vim: are r.'iulr..i' to appear on
February 7th, 1049, in the above
. i Xoi 7063. named' Court anil. mite., wherein
1 Members 9f the Tourist Club r- Ordrr .r Publication and nlli-r totpprar. ,
dlvorctt. ftrfcUforilCounty
Members of the W, M. S. held plaintiff
Office Gladys Moot/ Residence "!... or KUirlilK tnlVVilllnm shall. l publlnh
and their guests enjoyed another rI .
hone roeidence
29 Kdltor I'hone 33 their business and program meet. \Vallnr" .ut. thin.: C'rd.r In next four weekly
Phone _
delightful evening of entertain- I III unknown: l I.eue.
I Ing at the Baptist Church Tuesdaywith to appear on
You are ,
.. .. .. .,.. ment Tuesday night in the \Vaman' .- 48 members pre ent. February Tin. m .ln the above witness mark., mv Florida hand, sod thiS oft January! lal onl S,
Club when several gamesof named Court and cause, whereinplaintiff .

Wesleyan Guild I Farewell Parties bingo with prizes donated by The meeting was! called to caret, uuMoily Hfi-kn A divorce control *of sole'the threo keep, ,I U4Q(OFFICIAL SEAL) 1I.t. Thomas
order the Mrs.
by S. E.
Starke merchants, were the fea I president. minor children. Uradford As Clerk' of saId Court
Organized For Given For ThurmansSeveral tured attraction.A Sparks and was opened with a County Telegraph shall" publish ny ITBVn Croahy D. C.
by MM. W. B. Alexander thin Order In next four wsekiylostiet. T. Frank Landrum, Utarkt. Fin
highlight of the evening wa prayer for Plf. 1-7 .t ltiIn
Methodist WomenA parties. have been given the awarding of several pints of Young People' report was given bj Wltneas mY hand and official. seal. Alty --

this week for Mr. and Mrs. W. W. luscious Bradford County winter Mrs. H. A. Lawson. Mrs. M. F, at lilt Htarke, Florida, this January 3,
Wesleyan! Service Guild for Circuit Court. Bradford County.
Thurman, who, with their daughter -, strawberries to tourists who were Hazen gave a report on Mission (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.t. Thomas k'lorkls I : In t'huncvrv.
the Starke Methodist Church was I Aa Clerk of said Court. 'lmntlff' vu. Marian
organized Monday night at a Jean, are leaving Starke here from northern statea. Study and stressed the importance Ty Haven "Crosby I>. C. Julius H JunoMek jHnuHeK, Defendant.. Can Nu.
'I the intermission : I of the new book now being stud- Ohnrlea R. Menu. 204-05 Otmranty
During !!! Ray- 7077.
meeting held in the recreation today to take a position In Wood- Life UMlC. Jacksonville, Florida
Publication and Noticeto
led. "Southern C of
mond Howe: Jr. entertained the Baptists -Operatling" Atty for Plf. 1-T 4t i.2dI. Order
building and the following officers been AoDrar
vale, Miss. Mr. Thurman has ,
The treasurer's was
gathering with a number of clever I report -
I were elected: I Sanitary Officer .with offices In read and The Literature .... ".. .. STATE OP FLORIDA..., to:
imitations. There was also an accepted. rir- ( ..rt. IlraJford r tr.VlnridiM Marian 11. Junoaek, whoM i d4lieanil
Mra. C. S. Part In. President; the Clinic building. since August, report showed five new Royal !. ( 5.0e4r7.John addre8" 1.1: 65 Bat Trvmont
solo :
joyable by .n-I' Plaintiff,
Plnkney ICeinhardt New York
Avanua, Bronx, :
Miss Carnlta Hutto. Vice President -
Steinhagen. Service. Offering for the afternoon V. Ixmlae Hamnrlck Kelnbardt, Defendant -

; Miss Freddie Wimberly. Mr. and Mrs. Euntls McKnlght Hostesses for the evening was $9.26. r. Order of. ,'P n.e.kllea No lon 70AB.and Tolle t. February You are 14th.reaulred luli. to In appear th. above on

Treasurer; Miss Madge Whigham entertained at a dinner party for Mrs. Janie Avery Mrs. W HNollman. I I The executive committee submitted \frrmr. mate of Florida' tot Dlaintiff named Court seeks and divorce.cause.:Bradford wherein!
Recording Secretary; Mra. Ed the Thurmans Monday evening.Dr. Louise ITambrlrk Kelnhardt.' whoa
and Mrs. Raymond the following recommvnda.tlons renl.<..nc. last known In Charlotte, County Telesrraoh publish
Simpson Corresponding Secretary and Mrs. A. Y. Covington Howe who serve refreshments : to buy one or more seta of North' Carolina: this Order in next four weeklyiaeuea
Organization of this new group gave a going-away party for themat late hour. You are required to appear on
a bedsprings and secure sheets plllowcaxes February 7th. 1949. In the above Witness mv hand and official
was sponsored by the Methodist their home on Kingsley Lake It Is announced that a musical and a bed spread for a named Court and cause, wherein. anal ut KiarUe, jo'lurldll.hls January -
WSCS and all "gainfully employ. Tuesday evening with members plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford 13, 1949.OFFICIAL.
and quiz program Is planned for needy family. Also to collect all Miss Vivian Frances Beam, shah
County Telegraph publish SEAL> J.
A. Thomai
for (
ed" women are eligible mem- of the Clinic staff guests, and
as next Tuesday and all visitors and the used clothing and shoes to daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. thin Order In next four weekly Clerk of ,Mid Court.
bership. Mr. and Mrs. James Preston entertained laauert. HavenAh
townsfolk are cordially Invited. Bv osbv. D. C.
be sent to Southern Baptist Relief Beam of Starke whose marriage
chairI at a dinner party Wed- 'lIn.as".ny hand and official seal T. Frank I.andrum, Siarkf, Florida
Mrs. W. L. Blair! acted as -
Center. 601 S. Olympia St.. to Luther M. Addison son of Mr. at "Ktarke, Floildit this January 5th. Attyn. for 1'lf. -14 4t 2.4BACKACHE '
man of the meeting, which wan attended nesday evening. Honoree At Party New Orleans. 19, La. Also send and Mrs. J. J. Addison of Raiford, lfHOFFICIATE ,
by :Mrs. Shuler Peele of Monday Jan. 21. fa the 91st of food" and will be 8EAf) A.t. Thorns
$5 for a "Half box an event of Saturday even- Aa Clerk of said Court
Gainesville wife of the District Chief Pickett Host Elizabeth LawsonMrs. birthday anniversary of John U. $-I to buy seed for the needy over Ing. Ey Haven Crosby D. C.

Superintendent.. who explained the glow and. as usual, this venerable seas. The- used clothing -to be I John Florida.J. Hendernon at. Augustine,

work of the organization and To Starke FiremenFire H. A. Lawson entertained Starke resident extends greetingsto collected at the next Circle meet- Altye. (or Plf. 1-7 4t 1-21

Mlaa Ruth Richardson presidentof at a small farewell party Tuesday his frl..nds..Mr.. Uglow will ob- Ing. and E.V.. Hayea tosses In his I For Rheum.11 tulek Po.eomforilnff.....Oft,...b.lp Up. for Nights aachebe itronscloudy ,
the Gainesville organization. Chief C. W. Pickett was! for her daughter Elizabeth, who nerve his birthday hat for tax assessor. la Circuit ....... Bradford C'oontr.Kliirlrial mint. In..,.,.... puuf ,, Lee reins. .
I host to the members of the fire enlisted In the WACTs on Thurs quietly with | The Standard of Excellence was In < hntirrrr.Max circleS under ."... and .woU.n .nkl... duo
It was announced that the Guild I ill family and there will be no checked and Circle leaders Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Eunice of Krehn. Plaintiff va Elizabeth la non-oronM.and noar in' department last Friday evening.A pedal\ observance!! I were Lawtey announce the birth of a Krebs, Defendant Case No. 7e<((4.Order 81adde.troubles,try Crt..qui'". eomptowMtltfaetlon .
will the first although
I meet Monday fire drill was held from 7:30: day.After a delightful dinner at the asked to stress "Tithing". These I of FnkMratloB and Notice to or moose beck ....,......... AM
friends daughter Jan.
each month in the recreation will be welcome to call. on 12th and \..".... State of Florida. <.tpi ,
p.m. until 9:30: p.m. and after the Lawson home on N. Temple avenue recommendations were acceptedby H. A. Tucker pastor' of the Presbyterian Elisabeth Krebx, whone residence ion dniff tor CyHw today. ..

building at 7:30: o'clock. Officers drill refreshments were served by the group went to the basketball the W.MS. Mrs. W. L. An- Church .. .. .
in Starke an- -- -- --- --- --- -- -- -- ----
will be Installed at the February Mrs. Pickett. Mrs. H. S. Children I Birthday Parties drews and Mrs. H. A. Lawson
game. nounces he will resign In April
meeting.At and Mr. Kehoe. Enjoying the occasion were were asked to serve on the committee h
Highlight Week because of ill health.
II 11111 I I 11111 II
close STORE :
the of tbe meeting re Those present with Chief Pickett Marlon Brown. Sharon Hall Mrs. for the needy family. J. M. Davis advertises for salea ALVAKhZ Establish I 1S04

freshments were served by memo were H. S. Children, Edgar Wilkinson Alva Cook. Joan Dinklns and Charles Lawiton Was host to 26 The program was In charge of Ford .
Touring Car "In A-l -
-- --
bers of the WSCS. I Kenneth Grlder Lyle I Peggy Ann Wiggins, who gave the of hit friends Saturday evening Mrs. F. Beard. The topic for discussion -1 nape" for $73.-E. H. Smith Is' ,

derson Steve Weldon. Jr. n'l honored guest many 'lovely "part when his parents, Mr. and Mrs.H. wan "Christ The Answerfor showing the new models of autos I

Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Percy Sullivan. ing" gifts.Wli A. Lawson. entertained In hon. the Individual. Those taking I In the Hudson and Essex line.

or of his 15th birthday anniver- part on the program were
Honoree At PartyMrs. ary.' I L. O. Powell Mrs. :M. F. Editor of the BHS Journal
I Mr.j William Duncan, blames the "con-
Mrs. A J. Thomas and Mrs.
P. :M. Barefoot was the The Lawson home on N. Temple dltlo,," of this week's page to

honoree at a surprise party Mon- avenue was decorated for the occasion -. Lawson the presence of examinations.

day evening. when her daughters., with seasonal flowers. Th! Alice Fernandez Bill Wainwright COURTESY
refreshments table was overlaid Ladies AuxiliaryThe Hazel Adklns, and Gerald Cox
:Mrs. Juanita Phillips Mrs Lloyd beautiful
Wit.1 a hand
crocheted .
are some of the lucky ones exempt
Green and Miss Sara :Barefoot I :I entered Ladles Auxiliary of the
cloth with a two-
ana from exams (grades of 90 or in all the relations of
well Looks as if bas doors too-Sunday, Jan. 23 First Church will thoughtful
entertained in honor of her birthday tiered birthday Cake embossed in better).
ketball is finally "catching on"with Hear Eustls McKnight Is replac. hold its next
red and meeting Tuesday Service with convenience and com
anniversary. The Barefoot local fans and one of the ing Clarence Hutchinson as night green evening at 800; at the home Bradford County has 31 white

home on Washington Street was biggest crowds ever seen at a duty man on the police force Games and a scavenger hunt of Mrs. K. G. Duncan p.m. on N. Walnut teachers and 8 colored on the pleteness as well as careful economy
the seen of this delightful social cage fest turned out for the gamesIn followed by refreshments comprised Street rolls this year. I ,in the measure that is needed.
the of fun for Charles
the armory Tuesday night Myrtta Anderson tells me that evening! I Marcus F. Brown, of Tampa,
evening1. Of course any fracas with Lake I son John arrived safely In Celle, and hI. &uelltl. The program will be in charge pent last weekend in Lawteyand
A beautiful arrangement of daffodil I Butler always draws the after of Mrs. E. M. Davis. Mrs. J. R. '
spectator Germany a 40-tiay trip on Starke with relatives and
Mrs. Mae
Willie D'nton and
an4 blue iris was jhe'! center t and Frank, Dr/ 'I a birthday Saturday at Mrs. J. N. Walker :will conductthe :
t of attraction ott Die refreshment the fan doWn! i He pitched a I He's In an airplane maintenance St. Mark's Pariah House on Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs.
Butler- stationed lit the British quiz. _ Phone 7 Starke, Fla. _____
table. With of the squadron
fight one
good Church Street for her son Miki-1 E. 3!. Johns, were guests at the
The guest of honor was presented .1 I ltd l Uurlng the last half of the Zone and helping! to keep the who was celebrating his sixth I Funeral Director Ambulance 'Service
Woodman CircleA bridge party given at the Woman'sClub
air lift In to on liftIng -
with many lovely gifts garfia To climax the evening shape keep anniversary.The .
from the 27 guest., In honnr *f Ann Gross of Ann's Itakery was His address Is: Cpl. J. former "Service Center"was I Woodman's In Gainesville by Mrs. J. C. Our local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and '

this occasion after .which refreshments -i i hostess to the players after the D.' A n d a r s o n-14230034} 317th special meeting Adklna in honor of Mrs. Zack services not otherwise available.We .
i attractively decorated for Circle Is called. for Tuesday evenIng -
were served. I[game Her baker made Malnt. Sqdn.. APO 117 care Postmaster I Douglass, a recent bride, and !
beautiful red :white and blue cake New York N. Y. the occasion with arrangementsof Jan. 25, for the Isstallatlon Mrs. L. L. Roane a sister of Mrs. I IAdkins. I ,
The hostesses were assisted In native greenery. The refresh- of officers and Initiation. A covered
in the shape of a flag' for the See Johnny Chlldresa, who had furnish the highest type service at lowest prices,' and
serving by Mrs. P. E. Canova and ment table was overlaid with a dish luncheon will be served.
Mrs. A. F, Sauls. occasion, and the boys and girls been attached to carpenter's, la "Happy Birthday" cloth and at "Is the political ring square or accept AN X" life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY
I '
gathered around for the cutting out aellin' Insurance these days round?" ask. the Times Union.
one end was a beautiful round company, a. payment In part or in full on a funeral.
Ann was aashUed in servingby > J. E. Denmark Is temporarily decorated pink and white cake "Or crooked?" adds the Tele. Consultation carries no obligation.
---- Coach and Mrs. Dutch Funder- employed at the post office gen. PAGES FROM graph.
and at the other end was ,a II
burk and a gala time was had by del. window.-. Margaret Walker
yellow and white cake. Whistle
all seems to have her hands full, OUR PAST --
D .BI.CTARKE converting 3400 chicks into fryers favors were given the children : .

FL-: Surely will mlm. Irene Faulkner ss a sideline to her house during Games refreshments. 26 YEARS AGO That Sale Is Still

from the county clerk's! office ....,. hold duties were awarded were Buster played Partln and prizes and I Anniversary On At Your

(From the Jan. 10, 1023 issue
she's take things easy
Hear gonna Frankie Kate Suttle.
Seems to br moving/ day around Tele-
of The Bradford County
If don't believe -
for a while you these parts The Clifton Assisting Mrs. Denton In serving -I graph).

Sun., Mort., Tue*., J .n. 23- ,.J It still pours when It rains, Browns are occupying the R. A. the 40 little guests were Mrs.

just ask the Ernest Fletchers, who Weeks home the latter having \v. H. Hart Mrs. C. S. Partin, I A new hat and art shop, the JITNEYJUNGLEDreft
OF THE have sympathy
certainly my moved to Keystone Inn .Bill Mrs. Curtis Malone. Mrs. James Shoppe Elite, haa just been openedby
BAD MEN Seems that two ago Stock and daughter. Anita. and Suttle Mrs Elsie Hall sand Mrs. 'Mrs.' Sarah L. Hamrick and
Slsson) tripped over a
(formerly his parents, the John Stocks of D. P. Hardy. !
doorstep and broke her right arm :Mrs.! E. E. Canova in the office
Randolph Scott. Robert Rjan Cleveland, Ohio are In the Mary
Then just last Friday friend Pearce Lane house cor. of South Sandra Lucille Green made a vacated by H. C. Wall. Sherlfl!
Jeffreysti.o husband fell through the awningat &: Bay Bill (who' connected charming little hostess In her pink I \V. J. Epperson advises Bradford
"ThlM Is America" & Hotel while fixing
the with' the new lab in Dr. A'danrvs lace and net party dress with a Countians to purchase 1923 auto

Latent. World New the overhead sign and fracturedhis office, had been living on S. Park circular ruffled shirt, last Friday I tags. while St. Mark's church

shoulder, putting his left arm I. The A. B. Bakers Mid I J. B. afternoon when she entertained won't hold services next Sunday Soap Powder 19c
He's still hospitalized 'I
W.il., Thurth, Jan. 26-27 In a sling. Rowe recently moved Into the 40 of her friends In celebration of''[ because the Rev. Dr. Dunham

Baker house on Went Madison, her ninth birthday anniversary in taking a trip on the East Coast
Hear that Dot IHmllng (Mrs. and Coach Jimmy Hobbs and family The setting for the party was I I I The Bull Durham Tobacco advertisement

Black NarcissusWith the mifch coveted moved out into the R. G. Kldd the home of Lu's parents Mr. and says "Fifty good cigarettes
Ernie ) won
at the St. Edward's: place a couple of blocks to the Mrs. Lex Green, on N. Walnut for ten cents," and T. L. FOREMOST CENTER CUTS

: Deborah Kerr jackpot prize west The Charles Devlina Street. A pink color scheme wan Wainwright of Lawtey wants. a

AND .Club. Consisted bingo game of a Saturday fishing rod night& (he's with Humphreys and nhe's : used In the artistic arrangements I,.I man with small family to farm Colored OLEO lb. -, 41c White BACON lb. 29c

reel an electric Iron &: table lamp a teacher) transferred from the of azaleas and rose buds. The dining 'I his; land. "No moonshiner neec. ,

GUN CODEWith Some folks have all the luck- Jennings cottage on West Call room table was overlaid witha apply." he adds.
to the Merrill Struth house on pink dinner cloth with Irish NETVLES .P-U-R-E
Tim McCoy but somehow it's never me! I Miss Madge Mlddlcton entertained FRESH
Madison The Struths are lace and centered with the three.

clerk Bobo In Crews Lovett's, energetic, Is trying produce so hardto dwelling permanently at Kingsley I tiered pink birthday cake. Tiny I last a Friday number night of the with youngerset dancing LARDgal.' glass 62c BACKBONE lb. 43c

Fri., Sat., Jan. 28-29 All of which reminds me. Berry blue candles topped the cake which -
and refreshments. Those
win the fV> prize!:: In a dehydrated I present ,
DOL'DLETvn.: .: date' contest that when ha Johns says the city had to : was surrounded by little favorsof 'were Misses Audrey Johns,

The Cobra Strikes approaches a housewife with the last change month and-or. .Install. Folks 110 certainlymove meters ; rose-shaped candles. cups holding assorted Ethel Griffin, Margaret Long: Wesson OIL 2 65c FRESH L

,dea of selling her some dates he around a lot these days! Messrs. Charlie Johns Powell pints :
AN I) gets so flustered she doe n't know Bingo was enjoyed during the Carpenter, Ras Brinaon Harold Pork Shoulders lb. 34c

whether he's trying to sell some afternoon and prizes awarded to Wall, and Willie Epperson. -
FrliMMli, xtlll kidding Joe I' ,
Starlight Over Texas or ask for one Such confusion about are little Incident I the winners. Following the servo Evelyn Stump Etholin White
Simmons a Matches 3 for 25c
But here's wlshln you week ing of refreshments, Lu's brother, and Ben Sternberg made the BHS Safety
With Tex Hitter luck Bobo Seems that occurred that he enjoys a wide reputation "Huzzy", showed the young guests Honor Roll for the third grade.In Fresh Pork Ribs Ib 47'
Cartoon: "Cat Nap Pluto" &: I moving pictures. the fourth grade were Alice I -
as a very efficient precision" ,
Chap. 4 Riders of Death Valley (W th.. police were on the warpath and Helping Mrs. Green serve the Fernandez and Elmo Struth.
huntsman, never embarks SPIC & SPAN 1-7c
last weekend handing outparkin' on a trip unless he has guests were Mrs. J. R. Kite, Mrs. Personals: -

tickets right an' left R. P. Stubblns and Mrs. G. J.
all his equipment In ship-shape, A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. BACON Ib.59c
Hear that Evelyn Stump. Edward McGrlff.
down to the last little Item D. Boree on the 9th inst. ,
Burns and Mrs. Sam Rosenbergwere Well it seems that Joe. Benny Toilet TISSUE 2 for 15c
those the lit- Archie Get your oleomargarine at J. -
among getting Green entertained 28 of
LOOK UP AND AHEAD! better be on Rowland and Bill an' Maurice Edwards C. Manning's 35: cents a pound.Mr. .
tle red souvenirs, so ploughed miles and miles his little friends Thursday after., Salt MULLET lb. 25c
your guard folks, and watch those uncharted scrub last noon of last week at his home', and Mrs. S. R. Johns have -
Looking; for a Job with a nI yellow lines! Call Street seems week In search of a likely locale on N, Walnut Street In celebration returnedfrom a short visit In

future T Then look into aIatIon! slated to lose two business establishments for turkey shooting And when of his ninth birthday Atlanta. Fresh

Here In an excitingIntrmitlna; In the near future they finally reached their destination versary. an:1I'1 1 Florida peanut seed at Kickliter's. Eggs Speckled' TROUT lb.37c

veer for3ou-choekfu I of op Ruby Johns is sellln' out Joe discovered to his painedsurprise The party was an outdoor affair ,

portunltlc for training; &: education. "lock, stock & barrel" and plan. that he'd come off with. and vases of narcissi potted'I Messrs. Herbert Ritch and Carl

Tea, today'a brot ilal. ning to close! up or sell the Central out his gun! They say 'twas plants and other decorations were Knight motored to St. Augustine FRESH DRESSED & DRAWN

for the young man who want* Dry Goods by the end of Feb- quite a sight to see Joe stalking used on the tables. The birthday); last Sunday. doz.
tagrt Into a\lat Ion lathe new ruary Ritz. Only Theatre two more closes days It. through the woods armed with cake. Iced In white, had rose and]I DeWitt C. Jones has International FRYERS lb. 65c
and the -
U.S. Air Force. You ran get nothing more formidable than a green decorations. Tractors for sale. -

food pay, right' from the begin( .22 pistol! Guess he'll never Delicious refreshments were

ning. You can Irarn on the Job, live it down served the guests by Archie's mother 21 YEARS AGO .

under expert' "ho cant he topped Mrs. Lloyd Green and sis

nywh>r.>. There are line 6 MONTHS SUPPLYCOSTS Nltv to Mt Ann Uoolplei (former ter. Miss| Judy Green. (From the Jan. 20. 1923 Issue
Starke's newest addition In the Fresh Florida ORANGES 2Dozen for
technical 8'h'>oI.. where vaoanclea owner with husband Al. of the - 19c
line of Improvements. is the signals ,
exlat for qualified nvn. Gem Jewlery) up from Day Baptist BrotherhoodHas
Just placed In operation
t .1 o, ran to'cumeniPmbent for a few days' visit with friends
of the "'AF. woman' branchof this week Says she enjoyed Supper MeetingThe the main railway crossingsthrough

the Air Force. Merit l I" the EfIRSJARPRID seeingIJ1 'an' Dick Clsrie In Daytona town. Each!: crossing signal Red Ripe. TOMATOES 2, lb;. for 29c
'bantu for mdvanrawnt. Yea. during the holidays Brotherhood of the First .la operated! independently of - -
Church of Starke, mt others from the tower placednear
here's really. big opportunity. Hear Elizabeth Lawson WAS one
Talk today to )our Air Force IEID of 35:$ who took the rigid WAG Thursday evening of last week fora the Ice plant and the light

Re nilrr. He's at the Starke TOP exam! recently and was one of supper meeting. In the church and gong started as a train nears
the Golden BANANAS 2 lb. for
I Pootof flco .'.x-h Mon.. 9 a.m. to the lucky 10 who qualified annex. crossing. Ripe - - 19c

U noon. The 'duc& lonal ,feav-. RrT1D.ItEW 5 The quota, for Ga. and Fla. Is ItperTnonth Following a period of fellowshipthe In the nation's capital Representative ,

I tare' of training In the. new Air c: so she was fortunate group met In the church for a R A. Green urges gov-

Force) have want aucrr and SMOOTH! rACK \7 Indeed to get In She was devotion led by the President T. enrmental officials to place JudgeA.

happiness for lhoaaanil of am- $IUCKEI! DII. sworn In In Jacksonville Thursdayand K. McClane. Jr. Arch Thomas. V, Long of 8th Judicial circuit Green lop CARROTS 2 bunches for - 1 17c

bltlouit men and wonwn. You STUNtEII r fIn .., ,uCl..lealn.CH left for Camp Lee Va. to Jr. Introduced the guest speakerof Into a vacant judgeship In the ,

can open your own door to a begin her three-year stretch the evening. Rev. John Dick- 7th federal district. And on the
this son of Waldo who spoke to the home political front. W. E. To-

,t great secure future U-am. Y by MI.getting too, ran on keeP Bradford County Seems to be all for now men on "God's Purpose for Men". rode and C. A. Knight are opponents SWEET P-0-T-A-T-O-E-S 3 lb. for IScw
par with the progress In aviation So long See you In the next Guests from Waldo Included for the office of tax col -

by enllntlng now. Telegraph I "Dan" TUcker. former teacher of lector Geo. A. Gardiner asks

l L' Carolyn I the Men's'. Bible class. for re-election aa County Judge




; ; Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney

I 1 spent a few days last week visiting
; Mra. I. B. Dlnklns In Bu h-

.. r .. nell and, Mr. and Mrs. E. J.: HazenIn Remington PortableTYPEWRITERS

Robert Ford a student at U.of .I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre droveto Plant City.

F., will be a guest of his uncle Falatka Sunday to call for, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns

John Uglow and cousin, Mrs. I their daughter. Nancy, who had Rev. and Mrs. D. E. Simmons

c. F. Ward Sumlay. spent the weekend l with Mr. and I Mrs. E. K. rerryman Mrs. Lem

Mrs. J. A. Saue. uel ColHon and Mrs. I. N. Brea-

Mrs. Billy Jackson visited her zeale. attended the organ concert

sinter Mrs. Frank Weaver in Wil-! Mra. J. W. Klncaid and Mra. O. of Mr. DeTar at the Church of the :
Good l In Jacksonville
llston over the weekend while Mr. L. Beasley drove their father, A. Shepherd L
Tuesday evening.Mr. .
Jackson attended a business meeting C. Durilen, to Tampa Monday

of the Central Truck, Lines' where Mr. burden
was hospital
and Mr m Tampa. ized and put under observation
visiting; their son-in-law and
after his Illness of the past sever- daughter, Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Me-
Beth Ford of New York al
Miss weeks.
London In Orlando. While there .
and Lakeland was the guest '
Mrs. Matthews is receiving treatments -
last week of her uncle, John U- Everett McKinney an inspector from an eye specialist.
GloW and cousin Mrs. C. F. Ward. for the Railroad & Utilities Commission -

I Tallahassee, spent the I II S. Q. Denmark of the local Den-
Sunday visitors of Delbert Cagey weekend with his parents Mr. and mark Furniture Store attendedthe

at the Naval Air Station Hospital I Mrs. A. E. McKinney. furniture mart In High Point (PLUS $1.77 FEDERAL; TAX)
in Jacksonville were' Mrs. T.
N. C. this week.
L. Casey Mrs! E. T. Vestal Pat Attending the District Meetingof i

Casey and Mr. and Mrs. Nate the W. S. C. S. In Ocala Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollmanhad I ,

Dyal.! Delbert is confined In, the day of last week were Rev. and as their guests Monday, Mr k 1 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

hospital with an Injured arm sustained Mrs. J. R. Hill Mrs. W. E. Mid- and Mrs. W. C. Greenwood of :

in an accident Christmas dleton. Mrs L. 1 D. Green, Mrs Ashvllie, N. C. "

. weekend. J. n. Vlning. Mrs. W. O. Halle

I Mrs. Titus. Olson, Mrs. J. B. Cot- Attending "The Chain of MIs- i

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDowellof trell and( Mrs. E. K. Perryman.Mrs. Hionary Assemblies". at the First a '' '. ,,
Jacksonville will be In Starke Methodist Church in Jacksonvillethe s1fIek1 ::
Monday when Mra. :McDowell's E. J. Dahmer and Ron early part of the week were S.!} n ? .nme \4 : '

father John Uglow will celebrate Frank left Tuesday for Cadillac Mrs. W. Middleton and Rev UNIQUE CHRISTMAS! TREE Just one liar and the proper E'-lll

his 91st birthday anniversary. Mich to visit Mrs. Dahmer's mother and Mra. J. R. Hill. Mrs. Middleton window lighting create this picture on the side of a !Mlnnespelli.Minn. I"iiI"I' '

:Mrs. Eva Allen, for several stayed with relatives In Jacksonville ., office building! The tree Is over twenty I lloors high. I .. Illl I mm I-II r llll'''-t I
t- weeks. during the three-day es- '

slon. I I Mrs. E. F. Cain of Jacksonville' WELFARE PAYMKNTH! 'i'ii
CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION Only 2 day left of ALVAREZ I visited her mother Mrs. Car! Chenille BED SPREADS

I 55th A.:l\ernary Sale. Don't :Minn Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollmanare I Jackson, a few days this week. I II Recipients of assistance In Bradford Space HEATERS .

It! spending the latter part of I County received a total of Only 49.50 Suit I'rive

t this week In Key West and MI- Mrs. Paul Cunova, took her J26.1U during the month of December
In the three major assistance Look. l.lko Now ('unltictti\'iAn\

I ami. daughter Norms, to a hospital in programs. Rev S. K.: Inside. Or OIIIHII( | Tank TJiri.-,
EXPERT Friends will regret to learn of Jacksonville Saturday to have the Sparks, who Is Board member,, 995

t the accidental death of 1\1 rll. cast removed from Norma's leg. announced todAY. Heavy WeiRht LINOLEUM

iCadIOI George! Simmons Yancey of Jack Norma received a fracture In her While issuance of assistance warrants "IIt..t. On The Market" _

sonville mother of E. A. (Ned I constituted the most ob
t foot from a fall from a horsiseven
Yancey of Starke. Mrs. Yancey vious part of the State Welfare yrksr. J.\Rca; : SILk: :

died almost Instantly late Sunday ,wnek ago. Accompanying program during the month a wide esz u Ht')+. 11.95! \

tt .1 afternoon when as she wa cleaning the Canovas to Jacksonville were variety of social .services, both !9 I x .15; Viilii" ,
Emma Jane Canova, Mrs. R. G. r
t her living/ room and sat in a to adults and children. needing
Never Before Such A In
tI Kldd Robert Kidd Mrs. B. F. : !hole nitre\ Bargain
window, falling out of it back that kind of a."lstance.'all pro. "
Flowers and Jimmy Cole. lU'ilipreads: In Any Store! f
wards. Her eon Is an employe vlded by workers throughout the -
+ 17.95
I epatSERVICE of the Starke post office State Rev. Sparks said.
Friends of Judge and Mrs. A.
Z. Adkins will be glad to hear Total grants in aid throughoutthe AV'cHO Him- Oilier Slightly Used Baby CarriageONLY

PHARMACISTPhone Mrs. D. W. Moore visited her they have returned to their homeon state amounted to $3.373.H2.whlch

sister Mrs. T. F. Brown In Hamp. N. Walnut Street after the was a net Increase of ( I.Si9.tO ,- n [sUf! Bali. 7)j) xO.9x .

ton Thursday of last week. over the month of Novem- Reg!f. price C I-wokw like new
64 STARKE Chas. C. Judge had been hospitalized in lot\;, &: I Ox 12.: 95
ber. The net Increase in number
Jacksonville for the past three 22.50 Only one
I' .
Mrs. J. C. Chlldresg and son
On-the-Minit Servict ShepherdAt weeks and Mrs. Adklna had been of cases in old age assistance, aid
Hugh, of Refdsville, N. C. are
to the blind and children -
resting at the home of her sister,,
DAY & NIGHT Gay's Service StationEvery visiting Mr. and Mrs. John C.Chlldrens Mrs. John Love Wilkes after was 887.Ileware. .;
Jr. and family this Only One Left For IHshrm] .
fracturing a bone In her foot.
0)--- _._ u.g. week.
Coughs Unfinished Corner Cabinets
Mra. R. A. Colnon Mrs. F. F.
Mrs. Shellle Hall Miss Sharon 1
Branch of Hall Miss Garnlta Hutto, Mrs. Flume and Mrs J. K. Douglas Colds ONLY:.
spent Monday afternoon In Gainesville. From Common
and non Wayn3 I Fur dinette
) Carolyn Kinney He);. Miluc

INSURANCEH. evening and: O. with P. Hutto Mr. and spent Mrs.Sunday T. F. That HANG ONCreomuhonrelinespromptlbrrlu.a'' 22.50 IS.95' or kitchen

Mr. nnd Mra. C. R. Moore and /
Hutto in Jacksonville. '
sons Charles, Larry and James it goes right (a the stet' ni the trouble
and Miss David were Sunday visitors of to help ]looien and l expel germ: laden
Miss Frances Morgan In Mr. Muore's mother, Mrs. D.V.. phlegm and] ail! nature to soothe and STOCK at uSAVINC l TO YOU! lie sure and \istt Denmark' thin" week!
AGENCY W& Odessa. Thomas who are inflamed l bronchial
C. WALL Gainesville, Moore. The C. R. Moores moved heal raw, lender,
Nurse's training in mucous membranes.Tell your druggist
families last week from Lake Wales to IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
visited their respective to fell you a bold of Crcomuhioa
PLEASE PHONE 146 Archer. where Mr. Moore Is. connected like
on Saturday.Mr. with the undemanding you mutt
with the Seaboard Rail-I the i it quickly illnyt the cough
Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- road. I way have back.CREOMULSION. Denmark Furniture Co.
and Mrs. J. D. Griffis entertained or you ire to your money

at a family reunion Sun-
home In Theressa. Mm. H. H. Young and Mrs.C. .
day Enjoying at their the occasion were Mrs.R. S. James spent Sunday In St.Augustine for CouChs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis PHONE 151 STARKE. FLA.ETZER .

C. Dampier and lion, Billy of visiting Dr. land Mrs.C. .

Starke. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Zelg- H. Brooks.

_-_ ler and sons Joe and Vic of Jacksonville -
I and Mr. and Mrs. R. O.I Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Miss Lu- PICK POINT
for arrant & 'fl.VO: M ACII INKS: FOR SU.K -
H cnnvletinu 1W ART. >: 175 nf reward party who took 3new (lit HI' =-'r.: HKB: : r I. ft 1. 'HKMIMiWAY. : : Zeigler and daughter Judy of clle Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs
224 THClMTMUN= HT. I21 I
HHV-OH l.biirn' nil hfntprH ltp Lorenzo Green were In Madisonon
from Il ulMh MiiptlHt t'huirh. <'lByf'ounty. ; Gain vllle. N. mutter. how you like to
!! .
; INSURANCE; writ all iin :: Sunday.Mr.
Klnui Thumui, Penney fire, automobile. liability, and write, RMerhnmk has I.."' (point
)Farm, Fl.. UP life. See m* for your Insurance Mr. and Mrs.! John P. Udell to suit your finite. !
weds. ll'sP., Wnlnwrlght, Jr.. US have moved from 111 E. 8th and Mrs W. H. Nollman
FOR BALI: In Gainesville
... old. romtnic freMh "Of>n. Hff Street to Martina Court on Temple spent Sunday <]:- i' I
U. A Nrwxnmtf, I' mark UpKOK Avenue. Mr. and Mrs C. H. Dawkins 1 / 1
UK.NT: S-rm. turn\ hoimo. '!Mrook MATTRESSES! Mrs. Marian Faulk has taken 2214 s.4$8
; I
ttovt, oil circulating hurter
:; Imhnier'H. .1t OF ALL KINDSRENOVATED Powell an apartment with the Kaufman's
$30 mo. Mr. and Mis. George R. ----J.f: ;: :

1941 1 Buick flub Poupa for Hill I of Newton, N. C. spent the early on Water Street.
pUntlc Hoot revere radio lire 1 part of the week with Mr. Powell's 2336 fW'HU.J .,
orlKlnal, .. .. I Friends of Jacksonville .
guard tuhtK I"p\ by mother, Mrs. Laura I. Pow. Lacy RlRdon of
owner I'll. 66; ,after B p.lI1. Vhnne1041v
will be glad to know that
IIP ell. Mrs. Powell also had as her
)11 weekend guest, Mra. R. E. Tannerof he Is recuperating satisfactorily 11'll Bl: YOU (;/''?' THE IIKSTKST AND MOSTEST) .
LOST: large) black, tipper strapless| l i era. after recently re-breaking his leg 2142 Ftaa SlJe
I Imitation l.ntliir "..Iy'" .PurneJan Baldwin.
10 between Fnrm Mkt. A while on a visit here with his FOJl THE LEASTEST

Mark* Drv MBiifrH offli-o.ItewnrilHrlnu lip, UMTfKE Only 2 iliyn left ALVAREZ mother, Mrs. J. J. Rlgdon. He was -J: J.n
to nt-wKimpt-r' I
KEfPIIOLSTERED at Anniversary "Half Don't Sties; seriously injured some time ago

FOK HAI.K: On e. no-enl. ymp' kottlol, AND REFINISHED lli! In an automobile accident. 2961 t8w1..b.} SPECIALS roil FIMI1AY & SATURDAY.(! JANUARY 21-t & 22nd:
.....nrlltl..n.1"0 1 Murk
In good
....",lie. A. I II\STIXG\!!\ : TTIUSS: CO. Mrs Huldah Morgan of Jack- Mrs. D. L. Thomas and daughter Meaty

Box 230 Palatka, Fla. sonville visited her slater Mrs. sPUta, are visiting/ Mr. and 2661 .ie wtde+.t7 I J
STARKE Johns and family Sunday Mrs. K. C. Bounds In Palatka this
Charley I

CO.Ft.l1 SAI.K: Htilw I iota on new I week. ; J I Neck Bones lb. lOc
BEDDING ;: .n i highway 1 i, ml. from, Mrs T. F. Landrum and daughters 333 -
Cull ct. hrlilK' Writ I'.U. Has,, Idell, Martha and Frances Supt. of Schools] Harmon P. 3
.. II. Hceman, M (r. Las( Hlarko. tf I spent Saturday visiting Mrs. Len.drum' Morgan attended a Superintendents' '

r Will trnito 1040. KrtrfU S-ton ntak.t'pholstering..lnner'rprlsts Mr. and Mrs. Rogers Conference In Gainesville this .
( tank r-speed axtt for c..r. or. parents
will Hfll WII*>y Mlrhlvan Ka3inl '' In Jacksonville and Sunday week.
8m Sprl"j\\: lIullyw.1 I. H. nf Stiirke :itn ltd 100 IIP visiting Mr. and Mr. J. A. Lan- 13309"P SLICED BREAKFAST BACON

n..l" Slip rover Auto Foil HM.K or TUAnre! : 1 urn. hones I drum in Brooksville. Mrs. J. A. Mrs.. Marian Pennell of Boston WESTERN BEEF STEAKS 39 Ib.
In Htark fnow rented for ownSeat Landrum was celebrating her Mass spent last Week as theguest C
mo.) for oah or for farm within OR SPARE RIBS
of her Mrs. J. J.
Covers a fw mllo, of Ktark. l>. (I. Krl-I birthday anniversary. mother.
Iv. boa 4'i! 8. Htark. lip Rigdon.

MATTRESS e RENOVATION: Foil HAI.K: t TMlxl: ...pl)' area\ i Mr. and Mrs William Yawn
tubes mounted oti For l wheel' I Gassett were Sun Mlsa Marian Henderson of Jasper
OverALL Pate
Male and Mrs.
Feather '.
bout then 1.500 tlrr mil"I have* will heen carry run a*. day guests of Mr. and Mrs Ken- .1' Is visiting her aunt. Mrs. Ru- yr' Smoked SAUSAGE lb. 23c
.rn. -
WORK ni'AR tire Kiiarante i Mre them at *. neth Witt In Jacksonville. by Johns, for two weeks.
kin Hcrvlr* Ktatlon. lip
WANTKD: : 8wln g nmchlno 1 In annulenndltlon. I Mrs. F. A. :Moore and grandson, Only 2 days left of ALVAREZ' ::
You tray I leave< ordrn. by .Ira II. I'. Mlln-r, 35th Aifllvrrtury HaUDon't. ;MinnIt
AVniihlnirton at Conway Air' Frank Walters, of Gainesville I
rholllnlC 31-J park; or :aen. td.. ., .Hlark. lip I were weekend guests of Mr. and R Pork Sides lb. 29cI

FOR RENT clone In: d..lr.bl. furn.Jk Mr. J. B. Sapp. w ,
unfurn. apt. Also .mslthntte. Mrs. Ernest Phillips Is, In Miami I
FOR HAMS CHEAP: 1 Franklin haiti ft yard. 201 W. Marl.iMon .
-pvt. this week her Miss
visiting sister
automutlc-drart. wood heater;, 1 Wtark. itheater. I Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy
I.r" coal-burnlnit. clrcujn'.1 Jr. were business. 'I.Isltors In Jacksonville Lois Jordon. See Jacksonville Journal & Fla Tlnle t-Union for more Special t
Hoth I In send oh"lthJri Fun 8.A .RS acr.a on Lake flee.Bradford -
County T l lrr ova. HI. ft. nn Lak, over 30f ft. Tuesday.
nn pavtnnt. Klertrlflly thru Mr. and Mr. Fletcher Burnett .IIUlllun DINTS
'properly rvantlful hulldlnalt". J. L. Silcox and daughters. Fan. have returned to their home on .STANDARD I t H>. IM>\
Xnrrlflr. 11000. J. C. Cotrhran,.
SELL YOUR TIMBER I Th.rJjJ ._.a. Flft lip r nle and Ruby, and niece Edna Kingsley Lake after a visit with : 1DcJCORN--no.2canl8c I
NOW I in Palatka Sun- their daughter. Mrs. J. M. B)v- SALT----3for
Coleman were
B".r>'S'O FOH BAr.K-: dlm n lon :
Highest Cash Prices Paid I ...'".0.: wood .raft. lie.. metal I da v visiting Mr. and Mrs. James man, Jr.. In Washington, D. C. r
ro/.f HulMlna ran h* moved a* a
unit 1 If fo a>'' > t : 7 ml. B. Rosier and family. .
IN nULl .i'"IIt. Miss Thelma Thomas haa 'OUH'.IH IfH011'11
WILL BUY I from Stark. on road, turn returned "flott.'OlHf
OR IN UNIT ThUlhulldinaklwee. FllllnaHtatlon..I Mr. and Mr G. K. Bennett and from Tampa where she 'iti.vir.
\ : orlrlnallv; :;: til* the weekend with her ststrr.Miss \ Nay It'" the lewrlt' SW To'PE r
llvllhronn dorlnr" naptl Chnrrh son. Kim, of Jacksonville visited I Ing you r\rr med, n.IthU S IOC
EDWIN W. PECK -p*K.*.ld Cet.han.hide. .eddrennd l Ut. 1.. to Htarkr.Her.n ,., the Junius Smiths over the week Ann Beam. She will be sn In pen all yini pay

Or John W. Turner F'a." will h* accepted until F-b.l end. attendant In. the wedding of her I,
P. 0. Box 463 1 Is. 1.O.! tip 2.. sister, Miss Vivian Beam to Luther HOLDER: .1.40

Gainesville Fla.. I James Watson returned to his Ad/l.on. which will take Choice Of Point .35
home In Detroit. Mich last Friday place Saturday evening Stokely'

Send me a postcard, and I BEFORE SELLING YOUR I after a visit with his al.ter'l y- --- CATSUP 14 oz. bottle

will come see you. TIMBER or TIMBER Mrs. C. E. Beam and other relatives -I Mr. and Mra. Leon Starling of TOTAL 1.75If ,

of Starke.: He also visited Jacksonville spent Sunday here

FOR "ALE': o. t-po mah"'y I II LAND. SEE. WRITE or points of Interest In Florida. with Mr. and Mr. Maxle Carter you .bend or break a point. Webster's Garden Fresh 15c
flnl.h lI'inor room .ult.. 'an" CALL WINTON PARRISH and Maxie, Jr. or wish) to change point for
..., at H. H. Alvarez a Son lit or- L. P. GIBSON any other reason, Just. unwrewthe LIMAS I 2
k W.r.hBU.. l4'rlts but 775 or Mrs. Jessie Young supervisorof no. can
.If. \06. tf Dave Penoyer, Miss Margaret' old area and| get a new one
or phone P. O. Box 235 Bradford County School, attended 85c.
from u* for only
Vivian Beam
HOSPITAL INIU.'RAS'r F! For Inv Phone 3 a Supervisor's ConferenceIn Beam and

H'lftl'lTAUZATION formation about WHITF PLAN CRO"'R end.rLAW'TEY"' FLA. Gainesville Monday through were Sunday guests of Mrs. C. E. Bradford County Red Crown Vienna Sausage, %/*'*

10rrold u.nK.rs Wednesday Beam and family.
written by
Llf. Casualty Co bS your to!local.. Would also like to |..*. Telegraph
r.pr..neatfyC win ooll.t.tlon.glad M.. turpentine timber. FOR SALE (reasonable) 1 large I Owen Mills left Tuesday for

f.you.tii.without. H W lnwrl.ht. 41PkMe..1 white enamel baby basdnette.i i Bagsdad. N. M. where he will
M..h"In-w. St.. Itark.! ri. 1phon.; 341 N. Cherry St. It l make his home.



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ka e a Sunday. Their vlwlt at this time Among those enjoying the affair two sons, and Mrs Margie Under- vices at Hampton Sunday night.T. residence. last known I I. Charlotte), Krebs, Defendant. Case No. 744.

was occasioned by the birthday were Spencer Crews, Sonny En bill attended the Singing Con- W. Roberts :was shopping in North You Carolina are required! to appear on Order t.nr.r.of PnbMralloa Seats .f and Florida|Native ter<0

State Farm anniversary of Mr. Bouvier. gram Carolyn Bradley, Patsy Lake Geneva vention at Fairbanks Sunday. Starke Saturday afternoon.Mr. February 7th 1940, In the above Elisabeth Krebs, whose residence.

Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Kucera Wanda Lee Llnzy, Nan Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp were and Mrs. Forest Reynoldsand named plalntirt Court seek and divorce cause, Bradford wherein and address, 21 Ulna let:Oases Elisabeth, Vienna Krebe.Vienna Au"-,

By Mra. Bryan Whittle! J. M. Bradley were Mr. and Mrs. Robinson Betty William, Irma Ily Blanche Cunningham visiting Mrs. Jerry Norman of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reynolds, CountyTeleiiraph shall pu blush trlnt.
Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jean Godwin, Dorothy Morganand all of Jacksonville, were visiting thus Order In next four weekly You lire required to appear: on
e M. F. Coker, Lawtey Sunday. issues.
Bridge Club MeetingA Vance Geiger and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anderson Mrs. Elmer and children W. C. Clemons made a business Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Abernathylast Witness. my hand and official seal I named. r Courlt: andBcalleeh. wY rein
Jimmie Bradley all of Jackson. Mr and Mrs Cary Neeley and Forsythe to of weekend. nt Htarke, Florida, thin January 6th plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford
trip Mlddleburg Wednesday
veritable spring festival of returned home Thursday after 194" County Telegraph shall' publish
V. Walker of Alabama vis-
ville. their children of Live Oak were was four weekly
I last week. ( SEAL) J. ThommA this Order next
flowers was noted in the home spending the holidays with relatives of .
iting here last week. a Clerk said Com t lasue
and Mra. J. L. Cogdill and dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
of Mrs. P, D. Fancher Thursday Mr. in Connellsvllle Pa. They T. W. Osteen and family have By haven Crosby D. C, Witness mv hand and efflcl.il' enl
of Ralph Johnson at noon Sunday. John :
and Byron, J.
afternoon- cf last week when she their sons John were accompanied by Mrs. For- moved to Hampton. Florida. H.ndor ton, St. Augustine, at Starke, Florida, this Janu..r6.: .

entertained the State Farm Jacksonville had the evening meal Mr. and. Mrs R. M. Markhamhad aythe'a mother, Mrs. Carrie Shaw, John McKinney attended the I Attya. fur rif. 1-7 4t 1-21 194q(OFFICIAL SEAL A.r.: ThomasAs

Bridge Club. Arrangements of with Mr. and Mrs R. P. McLen- aa their guests this past brother Fred Shaw, and friend Rising I Lodge meeting at Waldo last I Clerk of said Court
don Sunday. weekend Mr. and Mra. Bill Hodge : fit Circuit. Court nradtord County, By: Haven Crosby D. C.
calendula azaleas Mesa Edna Herrington, who after
Dy Mrs. Edward Norman Tuesday night. Klorldai !. Chess er.. T. Frank Landrum. Btarke. Fla
camellias and sweet peas .were Mra. Lawrence Meng of Toledo, and Mra. Katie Petty of Dunel- a brief visit returned Sunday to alas Krebe Plaintiff \". Elisabeth Attys. for Plf. 1-7 .t tF!
has been visiting Mr. and Ion. '.
placed to advantage In the con.nectlnlr Ohio Connellsvllle. Circuit Cenrf. Bradford ..tF.
Paul this past week. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ricks of 1"'........ !. tksmeerr.Killth .
living room eun parlor Mra. Meng Last Thursday Mrs. S. E. Bishop Myrick and wife of II Henriy: Houtar!! Plaintiff vs.
and dining room. The hostess Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North and Brownlee and Mrs. J. M. Brown- OalneHVllle spent the weekend Starke were visiting Mrs. Ricks' William Wallace Houtar. Defendant.

served a salad course prior to their son Billy were supper lee of Starke were luncheon guests with his mother, Mrs. Sue My- parents Mr. and Mrs. Alex Barnes Cane Order. No..t .70S2............ and 'V.tle* te FREE PICK-UP & DELIVERY SERVICE

the ..ameA In contract Mra. M. guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Davis of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. String. rick. Bishop Is a student at the Sunday. App..,. lit... e f Florida t.

E. Griner won high prize which Jr. In Gainesville Tuesday. fellow. In the afternoon W. L University of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and William In Wallace unknown Houtar whose residence FOR SHOE REPAIR -

was a brooch and Mrs. L F. Chap ),(ra. L. I* Tyre has recently Wall of Starke was also their Mrs. B. Cunningham and eons daughter, Carolyn were visiting You are required to appear. onF.hruary'

man won second high a box of returned from Danville, Va. where guest. Edison, Richard and Warren, and' Mr and Mrs. Ernest Russ and named :Court 7th and 1949.In cause the wherein above

soap. Mrs., Dennis Fancher was she had spent several months with T. M. Finley were the family at Brooker Sunday. plaintiff seeks divorce A sole keep The Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry Pick-up
I care, custody: A> control of the threeminor
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and her award and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Green and
lucky in "bingo" I her son-In-law daughter many thousands who attended the children. Bradford
was a nail brush., To Mrs. Lex and Mrs. Henry Hall. Nascar Stock Car Races In Daytona family and Mrs. Ruby Green all County Telegraph shall" publish Trucks will pick up and deliver all shoe repair
Pine Level .
this Order In next four
Green of Starke, guest player, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turney had<1 Beach Sunday.Mr. of Wateroak were visiting Mrs. iMMuerf.Witness. work their routes.
Mrs. Fancher presented a candle Mr. Alma Thomas and family last mv hand and official seal any place on
as their dinner guests Sunday By Mra. II. M. McRae and Mrs. Ray Forsythe and at Htarke!! Florida this January 3,
'hold er. and Mrs. John P. Turney and e..' daughter Mrs. Arnold Carlson weekend.Mr. 1941
Carol and .1 and Mrs. Edward Norman (OFFICIAL, PEAL) A.r.: ThomasAs .
Community Club their children, Mary were business callers In Starke Clerk or said Court. ALL WORK GUARANTEED
John, Jr., Mrs. George Israel There were 208 In the Sunday I Tuesday. were visiting Mrs. Rachel Green By: Haven Cronhy r>. f".
The regular business meeting Isreal Jr. and Miss Evelyn School classes at Pine Level and family at Brooker Sunday. Charles. K. .,..... 204-OIS Guaranty
I' George Baptist I
of the Community Club was held' Mr. and Mrs Wayne Major of Lute Hlrttr, Jacksonville, Florida
Jacksonville Church last Earl Moore of Lakeland was
of Three for Plf.
Robeson, all Sunday. Atty. 1.7 4t 1-2J
In the Club Rooms lest Tuesday of Charles members added to the Jacksonville spent the weekend visiting Mrs: J. E. Norman and _
visits were
I In an exchange 1t their home here on the lake. I. Circuit Cl.oM.. llradford County.Florldnl : .I Biggs & Baker Shoe Shop
afternoon. With the pleasing combination -
Cooley of Kingsley Lake and church-two for baptism and one Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman In 4. MMnrerr.John .
Mrs. George of Starke Is upending
of the blue otokesla and Plnkney nelnhardt Plnlntlff
and came by letter. and family last weekend.
Spencer Crews spent Friday. some time here with her sister vs. Louisa Hamhrlck. Hetnhardt. X>ttfnnrlfint. -
the yellow calendula the charm Saturday together. Rev and Mrs. W. E. Hall were Mrs. Jeanette' Jones and sons t..... No. 7065. 103 E..Call St. Starke, Fla.
Mrs. E. Gnann, who is seriously -
of the Club Room was enchanced Order of Publication and Notice ttpprar. .
Mrs. T.. were visiting/ Mr and Mrs. Gordon
Mrs. M. D. Young called to Jacksonville Monday to ill Mtate of Florliln toiT'Oiiln
by lovely bowls of these blossoms. T. Fillyaw visited Mr. and Mrs. be with their non-ln-law, J. E. Jones and daughter Sunday, TTnmhrlrk llelnhnrrit. whoseBACKACHE

Mrs. Lawrence Dugger, president, W. E.- Fllyaw In Lake Butler Murrhee of Hilliard, who1 underwent .- There ,will be a missionary at
directed the Impressive opening the Corinth Church Sunday morn-
with Mr.
Friday. Sunday together an eye operation.
ritual and ensuing business session. Ing to bring the message and ;
of Mr.
were visitors I
Young they Heilbronn
Hev. and Mrs. Hall were dinnerguests
Mrs. W. Q. Strlngfellow and
etaoln etaol hhh mm
and Mrs. Ira Young there. 8cnmfwyj23 ror quick comforting help Backache e BUILDERS' HARDWARE
Mra. L. A. Shepherd were hostesses / of Mr and Mrs. H. M. Mc BhaumakU Pains, OetUn Dp Nlthla. strone -
Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradley and Rae Sunday. Ily Louise Norman dinner will be spread on the cloudy urine. Irritating _...., Lee ....... s
and during the social hour, their sons Clinton and Jack grounds. Everyone is welcome circles under .,... and swollen ankle, due / Flooring Siding FrluatagA
served sandwiches. with, coffee. We were glad to have visitors Come and bring baskets.Graham to non-ort.nle and nou-syetemla Kidney and
Wayne of Jacksonville made at our church Sunday from your Bladder trouble, try Cyo....Quick. ,complete Sash Down A!bestShingles ..
Mr. and Mra. A. C. Llbhart and. brief visits with Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. R. L Conner and aatlsfectlon or money back. fuaranteed. Ask
I Starke, Rnlford, and Lake Butler. . . foi Si Siding (Asphalt
and with Mr. and Mra family of Starke were dinner your drtiflst Cyrtea today.SKK
their children Natalie Beth andAnthony < M. Bradley -
Thoiio from Luke Butler
Jr., formerly of pa- W. H. Williams Saturday. They I Mrs. Bell Dowllng/ Mrs. Lacy were guests of Mr and Mrs. F. S. Sapp I Shingles Steel Ca'Ot'mf'ntltUrlckilanllGr""E'ICf'ment

hokee are now living In the Ty- came for Mrs. J. Hundley who Brown Mra. Rosa and Sunday. !
Douglas, 'S FOR
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house Mr. Llbhart I la at- had been with Mr. and Mrs. Williams Tom Moore and daughters.' Rosa -
us an Mrs. Alice Langford. Ily !Mr. John !McKinney Metal A Composition Hoofing:
tache of for week and who will and Edith, of Lakeland spent I
the Farm a
I visit her Jacksonville relatives before Miss Barbara Richie of Starke the weekend here and attended FEEDHARDWAREROOFINGPAINTS
Mr and Mrs. John Godwin and returning to her home inDraper spent Monday night with Miss services at Union Baptist Churchon Willie Strickland of Fort Mc- I Sherwln-Wllllams
their sons were dinner guests ofMr. -
Gwendolyn McRae. Sunday. Coy was visiting here last Weekend PAINTS
N. C.
and Mrs. In
Starke Sunday.Mr. Lloyd Sugg I Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and Mr and Mrs. J. L. Conner and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Edwards AND ALL FARM [ Paint Your House St FAIKBANKSMORSEHOME !

Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Engram were daughter, Jane, of Rising, and<.lMI' and children of Jacksonville were John McKinney: was in Gaines
and Mrs. Cecil McRae and visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Watkins and Mrs. Earl Goodman and ,'lsIUnMr./ and Mrs. L. Q. Nor- ville Monday on business.Mr. BWI.EIEXTSFARMERS': L IODtla.

children of McIntosh and Mr. and In Worthington Springs Sunday daughter. Dorothy of''Starke man Sunday. .'and Mrs Dean Simmons of

Mrs. David Hamrick of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Yarbor- were visiting Rev. and Mrs. W Mrs. Annie Clemons of Miami Miami were guests of Mrs. Sim-

were. dinner guests of Mr ough were weekend guests of Mr. E. Hall Sunday afternoon Is visiting relatives In this section mons' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edd SUPPLY STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESPhone

and Mra. J., A. Bouvier at noon and Mrs. Albert Yarborough in Our pastor was Invited an.1took this :week. Pariah, last weekend. 45 Across From S. A. L. Depot Delivery Service
Gainesville. part In the dedication service Mrs. T. N. Norman and son Mr. and Mrs. John McKinneyand lOlh & Cherry !St! ... Starke
Gerald and Mrs. E. S. and children attended church ser -
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Strlngfellow at the new Decoy church Sapp
and Miss Melba Strlngfellow were building about 11 miles west of

Although not compulsory It la George Manassa in Green Cove Jan. 29. Twenty people attended

much safer to carry Liability Springs. Little. Miss Cella Man- from Pine Level Church. Those

Insurance. I represent only old assa returned to the Farm with taking part In the service from I (

line, reliable stock companies. her relatives and has been their our church besides the pastor '

Your business will be appreciate guest this week.A were Jack Hall and V. G. Hall

*. group of Farm boys and girls of Green Cove and R. R. Crosby ... _, is the only car bringing

129 W. Call Street attended a B. T. IT. party at the and< Alton Dobbs of Starke. > -
all these
Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph home of Mrs. Drew Sweat In We are glad to see W. B., Star. you

Raiford Saturday evening. Some ling able to b.. home again after advantages at lowest cast
Phone 134: I I
were members of this organizationof spending 47 days In the Shady- -

N. D. Wainwright Jr. the Raiford Baptist Church crest Hospital In Starke with a JJ.a.Jtp /

_while othE'rs were Invited. guests. broken ankle lie is still In bed, '- /IJ J YOU'LL PREFER ITS "LUXURY LOOK"

and will be several weeks. lonirer. rlttc'v"CV11 /
mtaf PAW I aadar-Llnfl' Styling ia tnwer' wear,
Mr. and Mrs Lavon Alvarez of with new Dyna-Cnol, r..dm tor Qrille Single, ,
}front and fontler and float-aa-a-
j mar treittnent
Orlando attended church here Sun. -. t..tKut lines alt around by far the most .beautiful
day and were- dinner guests of development. of the new"functional. form"'for muior' ../..

M / rt O.Lavon'a R. Alvarez parents of Vanderbilt Mr. and Mrs MORE BEAUTIFUL FROM EVERY ANCLE!

Mrs. Cloufih of Starke was a ::1C] 01 The new Beauty-Leader Bodies, by Fisher 'with pushbutton .-
dinner guest of Mrs. B. M. Mc door openers outside' ) .r. true mo.I.p''_ by
the master builder,' ol (fine ooarhcraft: with superb
Rae Sunday. lines ...,none upholstery and a wide variety of alluring
colors' ., much more beautiful, from every ..npl.-mw' e
Mrs Britt Alvarez
and< daughters and ou..do-o..l.. aids ansi rear.
spent the weekend at Green

s Cove Springs with Mr. and Mrs. '
Tommy Smith. .

Mr. and! Mrs. H. H. Lewis The new Super-Sin Interior*
were featuring' .h-wd. ._ .
visiting Mr and Mrs. Alvin Jack Foot Seals. ," giva' you plenty of
.haoU.. leg' and albowroom aa
son In Jacksonville Monday.We wall aa aiitraordlnary' aaatingapaca
for aix fuilgrown.pasiorvgara .. 1 y-1r
are glad to have Miss Eloise ,and you'll also flours 'trmt 4 1a1ft
Dobbs back with us Sunday. She the giant rair decks have what
amount to "trunk room"
had been absent because of Ill capeicity.SEE, .

ness. We missed her very muchIn

l our Sunday, School class and I ALL! ENJOY ALL!

Iir rIT church Hcrvlces. { New. Panoramic Vinhlllty, with

L n 1 v' 4 wider nor' windshield. curvud, w'nd.holi.pillars' and IhnC-. ,'LJ',''' -Lo.".
9'2 more winnow area "'-r
t permits you to Ma all and arum :., ?:::;,
New River a, all, and. to have' 'In ma*i mum '.y......-...-__..'Wa'way ---


Ily :Sirs. K':. A. Sal'I'| i THESE ARE CARS THAT 'BREATHE!

Ir e e a III Yes you'll enjoy the additional' pleasure, of ndlnq In a
S *'car that braathra," for a oumpletely" effertiva hn.it I'nQ.<
7'I/I//+ Bro. Fred Dodd of Keystone h \, I and vantllatfnq system eoa.bee worm air to evwy north
7' / Heights will fill his regular a and: corner' of the, interinr, haloa stale air-.ami keep
ap fie lty1.11n.
Class' dseir m all wo lhor. *Heatar. and dafroatar' units
pointment next Sunday at Long Do 100.. 4.000r Sedan optional at extra oost)

i Bridge Christian Church. Everyone t;!? "

is Invited to attend L THE NEW RIDE'S A REVELATION!

Mrs. Doris Cole and two children 0; ;...,
A vastly Improved Unitlzad' I Knee-Action. Ride, aamninari
of Midway visited Mrs. with new direct-acting. airplane type shank ahanrbara. ,"front
and rear and a.t tra pressure press gives the stability' ,
Pledger Johns her
sister Friday II t smoothness and roadsafetytow you .haw always wanted.

Jr' : N thru Long Sunday Bridge.and attended Churchat f ..) I

: Mrs. Mary Snowden has been
',.m'J ; called I to the bedside. of her bro ON DISPLAY TOMORROW

." ther Lewis Manning, of Wauchu. gut the finer results of Ctwolere.tardy' VatvaIiHeatf >. .
-. Thrift-Master, angina' in all Chevrolet models. ..
la who Is very ill. together with all of Chevrolet1 money-eavtng economy .
of operation= : and upkeep and this, :IB tna work*'schampmn
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Wester of angina, for mile owner Miiafled, and
Lake City wore supper guests of yaara tested and proved.

rltt Mr. Sunday Wcster's night.sister Mrs. Ira 'Mer.. lie 'II/OJ'!LJCtltti1 ]]31JJff g/I g $ JUST COUNT THE ; .!

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nettles and Push-Button Starter for

Mrs. Julia Johns were visiting pIorb.555 5 stating: '; Hand-E-
QaarahJft// with SynchroMeshTransmission
'" Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Mann of for majumumShifting "

",, :. ," ...,I', "' '.-+ -y....... J ""V '' Ocala last Saturday and Sunday. \Ve conliully invite you to see the new Chevrolet priers anti with the low cost of' operation and lonBo..ordorFId., ease;and roadetead.naeaunsurpassed Firm Found.,, -. .
Mrs. Nona Priest of Starke and stability snd Y. V---
1 \- INSIST ON THE Mrs. Yula Hollingsworth of Ft. for '49-the first completely new car the upkeep for which Chevrolet products have we range.STOP to the Chavroialpr

White were visiting Mr. Ira Men leader ha built in more than seven years always been famous.

I QUALITY AND DEPENDABILITYGENERAL ritt Tuesday ofternoon. and the moat beautiful buy of all! MORE SWIFTLY AND SAFELY!

; Sun. Dinner guests of Mr. and Yes here's the newest of all .
OP new cars-pre- The new C rtl.Bde Hydr..1ie Brakes give even fa.brYou'll
Mrs. S. 1... Crews were Mr. and ... the highest deejree eC
Mrs. D. A. Greek of Jacksonvilleand find J"it's the most beautiful buy for tested and preproved on the great General I .neeovvserasiro. nior..eei..... youf '_1,.

; ELECTRIC Mr. Bill Piper. styling, for driving and riding ease for per. Motors Proving Ground; -and predestined towin ..
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hammockof
formance and safety and for sturdy endurance even wider preference for Chevrolet aa
Jacksonville were visiting Thle new c..et. Ie-.a. _,n.er ed and buSt Ie
WHEN YOU BUY A WATER HEATER Mrs. Nan Merritt Sunday. born of quality construction throughout the moat beautiful buy of all, from every point o..e, ;::'.If"1 tle.s' is and ro.rsbrl5ps nwy oaer npun.M Ir aan.vr

Mrs. Rooa Ptnholster of Brook. s because it alone brings you all these of view and on every point of value. Come msnts aeuooomy el'11w operation belt end prices w ..w a WI ..traordinary
4 When the name on your water heater is General er was the weekend ituest of her
niece Mrs. Maua Wiggins. advantages of highest-priced cars at the lowest, in and see itl! \. ,
Electric it is your assurance of quality long t

t life dependable service. All the hot water Mr.; and Mrs. Dempsey Sapp and ?44...( a? NEW CENTER-MINT '"ES1GNI ,

you want when you want it all automatically.Before daughter Kay of Gainesville attended A remarkable 4-way engineering emetueive teCnsvraM
church at Long /JtfiJaQftOhrg .zOIJeJ'tCost in He field, end 'Lw..1 Cente>-f>o>nt
Bridge n
you buy a'water heater see the Parade of t Steering Centsr-foint Sesting / Center nOravdy
Sunday and visited their parents end Center-Taint Hear Sup ) lite
General Electric water heaters in our store.There's --.avo
Chevrolet rMmg end driving' r ndw
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. new
t' a size for every need! Sapp 1 dent OI'-.T. '. _scar a new
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore have kind ef ndtng,, eaee end a new kind ml non ease)
rved for owners ef.moree.een .. ears.ly .
returned to their home in Miami AMERICA'S CHOICE FOR 18 YEARS == new CentsM>omt Design = (MS)
t Wtf'44 after a pleasant visit with friends -== r.--" you enilormg Cefllar-Foint results-Deeion; and:lewest*r the east new

k and relatives of thla communitythis

J. McGRIFFPhone Among past week.those who attended the .r TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

20:1 Corner Temple Ave & Pratt St. asketball game, Starke va Lake .
Butler, Tuesday night were Pete .
STARKE :- FLORIDA :Sapp, Jerry Merrltt. Leslie Sapp
end Charlie John. \ ,


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JANUARY 21, 1919

News Baptist Church"The Methodist ChurchThe REVIVAL FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH what fields can be combined to\ machinery are about SO percent I I save time probably will
give less waste space and more higher than In J03 .39
labor la
World Today" Is the mes- Study, "The Church and the Starts Monday, Jan. 31-Every Night, 8 P. M, operating room for machinery.Take about 2.TO percent higher.; money. If yen can save savel
sage this Sunday morning at the Rural Community" will be con- 1 100 feet every day you

Presbyterian ChurchThe First Baptist Starke, as broughtby tinued Sunday night and Wednesday cals. Chemical advantage.weed of control new chemi often Anything which will help to saved seven miles a year

the pastor Rev. Lewis D. night at 7:3O: in the Methodist saves money. Sprays and dusts ..
first Presbyterian Church Haines. The first in a serious of I Church On Sunday night
I can mean a tremendous reductionIn
win hold Its usual morning wor- messages bringing up to date the Herbert Deal will speak on the losses from pests. 8&y X> DEF SERvIcE Phone 52-J
ship service at 11:00: am. Topic events of the day in the light of subject, "The Rural Church and 1 r.:
Use motors and wheels where- Mrs. Hartmanji
for the morning sermon will be the Bible. The choir will be under the Land". On Wednesday night w TH S roan
the story of the helpless cripple the direction of Mrs. Ethel Biggs, the Pastor will use as his subject ever possible. Motor labor Is

made whole, as told In John :S s: with Mrs. Mona Canova at the "The Program of the Rural nearly always cheaper than hand ,
labor. Carts
516. This Is another In the aeriesof organ. Sunday evening the PILItor's Church." carrier, rollers and
message will be the first In I elevators get more done with less
miracles and is an Important Last
Sunday night C. S. Partin effort
In shorter time.
, miracle of healing. a series on Satan. "Who is Satan I a
traced the history of the "Familyand
& What Renovate old and
is His Power requested pasture sow
Thoee who attended the Adult Community Life" and em-
hymns and choruses will be better grasses and legumes.
Bible Class last Sunday found it phasized this as the strength ot
a real inspiration. The large at- the plano-organ-duo 'of Mrs. the state and of the church. This Do nothing for livestock that
Morse and Mrs. Mann with the they can do for themselves. Haul-
tendance was moat la
encouraging an Interesting as well as an
and once again all members and Pastor directing.\,/ Sunday School Instructive study w Ing feed one way and manure the
visitors realized what meets at 9:45: with departmentsand a other takes double time.' 1WFll.
a privilegeIt classes for all The Pastor has chosen for his
Is to have such a fine teacheras ages. Training for Prevent disease where you can,
sermon subject Sunday morn-
Unions will gather at 6:13: : for
Mr. 'Tum In both and livestock. Treat
y. All are invitedto the crops
discussion Ing at 11 o'clock hour "The
fellowship pro- seed vaccinate animals.
share In the Sunday School Study Is Set Before You." When
clause and to know the happinessthat gram. disease does appear, take proper
can come only from fellowship Mid-week service Is held Wed- Come and let us "worship him steps Immediately.Don't .
that liveth forever and
with fellow-workers with nesday at 715.: : This week Dr. ever. + v skimp on seed feed, fertilizer .

Christ. Glass, missionary to China, will\ spray materials or good 1

Following. the church service be the guest speaker. Christian ChurchJ. breeding stork.

last Sunday, the congregational Tuesday evening at 7 p,m. the Keep machinery repaired and
meeting was continued from the religious moving picture, "The B. Dixon, pastor ht ready for use when needed

preceding Sunday. During this Unfaithful Servant", will be Sunday Service, 11:00: am. "Pre. < i i r Qon't;! waste teed and labor on 10

meeting the following electionsand shown. Also the picture reviewingthe paring for a Revival". low-producing livestock. Sell the )arlyp +

reelections were made: Mrs. activities of the church for Evening Service, 7:30: p,m. "We culls and buy good stock It takesas

E. M. Davis as organist. Miss 1918 shown previously New Year'seve Want to Live". +? much labor to feed and care

Marlon McRae as assistant organ and repeated by popular de 10 a.m. Bible school for a cull as for a good animal. ,

let Mrs. J. Warren Kaufman as mand. Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Use enough fertilizer and machinery !t

choir director and Miss Marlon A cordial Invitation Is extendedto meeting Friday 3:30: p.m. Cbil- less labor. Fertilizer and
McRae and Miss Louise Stern as : visitor and friend to ;worshipat ren's hour. Friday 7:30: p.m.
assistant choir directors. It was all services. Young People's Christian Hour. yCO4. JI

then decided by the congregationto Thursday evening, Jan. 27, "Fel- In Circuit Court Bradford County. I
elect a board of ushers in the lowship supper". Rev. and Mrs. Homer Swlndall. Ft. Pierce.o'la... will conductthe "'I"rlolal l In Chanoxrv.:
At The TabernacleMiss .Minim .. Murltin
rittmiirr' v.
near future. Special praise and Monday, Jan. .Swlndall revival services. Hev Swindell Is Pastor of the First Christian )f. ,, JII".vk'i' )<*f mlunt. Case !No.

gratitude to Miss Evelyn Stump Eleanor Forshey, Missionary begins. Church of Fort Pierce.! Young people are especially invited. 7077.Ordfr of Publication and Notice.

for her .exceptionally fine work as of the Sudan Interior Mission. to AIL '
STATE O K n I I> A to!
Sunday school Superintendent
was West Africa, was truest Sneaker St. Mark EpiscopalRev. Msrlau. II JatiiiHiiri. whom. ivuliloiica
expressed by the pastor and bya Sunday morning at the Tabernacle Fla. Power & Light RURAL COMMONSENSE and ...10........ In: tin !lOnxt TruinontAvnnua

rising vote of all present. It and was present again at B. E. Simmons, B. D., Vicar You ,are Ilron required_. Now York to ) on
is seldom that one finds the splendId the Bible School hour in the after Sunday January 23rd Employee Completes I "brll"r .h, 191' S. |In anneal'+m'.
leadership the conscientious and 10 a.m. Church School 50 Years of Service Court and .cause wh..[...ItPllllntir
noon gave a most InterestingFelt CITTINO CORNERS MJlF.U' ,\Y Ivorc". Qrr 1
Interest, and faithfulness whichare Talk on Moslem life In this Nunnery, Kindergarten and Primary TO OIITAIV County Teleirruph shall Bl'a'\\ 1
so characteristic of Miss section of West Africa. She also departments in the Parish in next tour

Stump and her work In the church exhibited handwork of the natives. House. Junior and Intermediate DURING 1010& WlthoHB mv hand anil. official
and In the Sunday School. I ftonl lit Hlarkn, b'lot''Ula. I ii
in the church. '
Gordon L. Purdy of Park-of-the- departments tl 114''!
for lean and nrv
During the morning worship Palms was the capable song Leader I 11 a.m. Morning; Prayer and ser- (OFFICIAL SKA: !,) A. J. Thomas!
service next Sunday there will be i1i for more are the only two waysto As Clerk of egtd Cuur.T. ( /
and Soloist for the morning I mon by the Rev. S. W. Creasey. Ilv Haven Crosby: ). O..r .l SeWDri1e8r/
make the farm.
an installation!! and ordination of hour. The church in open daily for more money on Frank Uinilrum, rUarkit. Flnrlilil.Altyn. J
T W. Attaway as a new elder and I I B. L. Fisher, Methodist Laymanof I prayer and meditation. farm Practically all economists and fur rir. 1-14 41 1STUART'S -, '
of O. E. Stansbury re-elected managers believe that pro- -
elder. Martlnavtlle, Va. and Clear- CONGREGATIONAL ducing for lens will be the magic 9llniasqa9Ias

Senior Choir rehearsals are held water Fla. arrived for the evenIng I METHODIST CIIUKCH A method In 1019 If farmers are to

Wednesday evenings at 7:00: !! service and gave a most help keep from being squeezed between

o'clock. The Junior Choir rehearses ful "FAITH" message!! using John Services every Saturday night, rifling/ costs and falling Incomes.

on Thursdays at 4:00: p.m. New 1. ::1-14 as a foundation for his; Sunday morning and Sunday night, Farm Journal, a well known Iasf f

members are cordially welcomedIn : talk. Mr. Fisher drove up from 11 a. m. aad 8 p. m.. at Con- farm magazine recently asked !

both choirs. Prayer meeting his home in Clearwater and was gregational Methodist Church on leading farm managers throughout -

begins at 7:30: on Wednesdaysand accompanied by Mrs. Fisher, who Brownlee Roam. Rev. J. W. Grlf- the country what they thought )t! ),
all are urged 'to share in the will remain here as a guest of the fie, Pastor 41 could and should be done to help
Magnolia Hotel while her husband it's economical clean safe!
privilege of worshiping In this informal farmers stay on the profit side ,
way. Let none forget the is looking after business CHURCH OF CHRIST of the ledger during 1010. Their your dealer has
power of prayer and our need for interests In Virginia. Special suggestions, In brief were: every
Bible School 10 Sunday latest models to fit
music for the evening was a violin a.m.
guidance In such times as these. farm to
Study your layout !see!
and duet Home Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday
Let no day pass without a prayer saw : "My home and budget!
of Sweet Home", played by W. B. Evening Service 7:43: : p.m. Sun- ,(
gratitude to Father
our who
has 100' bountifully blessed us all McKinney and W. S. Parker anda dayBible QUICK RELIEF FROM P'i' it will take only minutes to
vocal duet "Jesus. Wonderful Study Is Wednesday end
: every winter discomfortl!
and let
us keep our hearts openso Symptom of Distress Arising from /
that He may Indeed show us Lord", sung by Mrs. E. L. Lee and at 7:43CATHOLIC: W. D. Avery, Superintendentof STOMACH ULCERS / '
the way to a better life Miss Edna NoegeL CHURCH Equipment and Salvage for I t 1 1 .

John Warren Kaufman, pastor. 'Special meetings booked for the Sunday Mass 10 a.m. Florida Power & Light Company DUnG EXCESS ACIDFreeBeekTelltefrlemeTrestinentthat SEE YOUR DEALER OR CALL US!

near future include Artist FredB. Sunday School 11 a.m. I. to be awarded a :SO-year service '"

Cowell of Culpeper, Va., whose Week Day Mass ':30 a.m. pin: having completed half a century Must Help or It Will Cost Veil Nothing > /m* t

tracts are widely used In preach- : of service this month. Onr Sit.,..million bottlM. of the Aaa.as" .... mini! ptwH4Kn$ I Minn
ing the Gospel and who entertains TH..TU...T have bmin sold fur rellei.f
Only one out of 2.128, on the .ymptofnnofdlHtnMn.rlillnil from .,_.".. ,
4CLC as well as Instructs with his crayon average, completes SO years of end Dn..i .l Ulon d urn to...... "AeMPMT CYCLE SHOP Ma +,.
DliMtlm. S ur or Ur t ,
work. Cowell will be here BrookerBy
Mr. service with the same organization __. ..
aI_.. ... _. al. a. Ave. A 10th St. I
Friday night, Jan. 21, for a Chalk duo to.._Axe. .Kohl on l It d.fi'. trill Temple
Talk. One night only. M..... Paul Stewart "Auk' for ".VUI..*'. M_.." .hl"b full/ Starke, Florida
resident of Coral .... _.
Avery a naulains ibis .Lmun'-.r
Another Intellectual and spiritual . ,. blew pioneered with Henry Ga-// KOCH DKUO STORK ,...,.., l ... . n. J. .. ._ ___ _,___ __ .__ __

treat will be the coming of Col.f. ORDINATION SERVICE ler, supervising electrical ---
J. Miles.. International Secre- Brother James Wiley Thomas button back In- 1808 when Miami

tary of the Slavic Missionary Society and Brother Edmond Thomas vas a tiny village. He worked for

with Headquarters In Lon- Stewart were ordained as Deacons Miami Electric light and Power
don. He will be at the Tabernacle
Sunday afternoon, Jan. 16, at the Company when Flagler organized :/he
both Services Sunday Jan. 23, Brooker Baptist Church. that company, then continued with .

and every night through Friday, The opening prayer was by Florida Power & Light company .
Jan. 28. at 7:30 o'clock. Dr. Miles
: when It formed.
Rev. Earl Willis pastor of the
Is one of the outstanding speakers Dedan Baptist Church, and the Avery now 76, can boast that

expected here this season and you charge of the church was given he has the longest service record GENERAL .
FAre Invited to hear these ELECTRICNB4
Insurance messages full of information and by Rev. S. E. Sparks of Starke. among Florida Power LightCompany's
The charge to the candidates was employees.
for the time in whichwe
Inspiration !given! by/ Barney Andrews of Long service records however,
ModernizedLet live. Brooker, and the Ordination Ser- are typical of the company's em-

mon was preached by Rev. E. E. ployees. Manager J. H. DuPre GIANTS
check Earnest, pastor of the Grove St. points out. Of the Company's 2,939 11 fitlie refrigerator that
us 8th & St. Clair SU. Baptist Church of Gainesville. employees, 1,146 have ,been with does a

:Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor The ordination prayer was by the company five years, 823 have

youres now! Sunday School 10 a.m. Rev. O. E. McGauley, pastor of been with the company ten years (a4&i''IU'lt'niIn6Ie
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. the Lemon Heights Baptist and 382 members have been with ,

Sunday Evening Service 7 pm. Church of Palatka and the closIng the company twenty years.

Charley E. Johns Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7 p.m. prayer was by Rev. A. R. Avery, aa part of his duties r--

Prayer Meeting Thursday 7 p.m. Greene, pastor of Antloch Baptist years ago. made periodic visits to
AgencyPhone Church. Florida Power & Light Company .
13 STARKE. FLA. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS: j The Brooker Church was beautifully warehouses throughout the state. .

decorated with white glad- his traveling he explained was
10th St. and Temple Ave. bolas and fern and crowd "White Steamer"
'. a large done mostly In a
.. Sunday School 9:43: a. m.; Morn- attended this service. he
0 Impressive auto and on some occasions : Ile' .
-" ,... Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic drove a one-cylinder "Brush" auto I Cr.

R.pr Mntlna. THE. TRAVELERS, Hartford Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Mrs Rosa Plnholster spent the whose axles were wooden I
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. M.
welcome. recalls the "Olddays" L
Avery that In I
F. Wiggins at New River. 3t
electric customers did not -
Rev. Donald Martin, L. A. have the dependable service now. '
Brown and Artford Brown went produced by an interconnected J i-; :--x.

IN A COUNTRY fishing near Branford Monday. aeries of powerful, base-load gen
"A I
NUDIST Mrs M. O. Harrell. Mrs. Eugene
GUA VEY AItD" crating plants connected by statewide -
Crosby. Mrs. Paul Stewart, and transmission lines. Many t Here's *om.lblng rielly.p.cial., A G.n.I.1 l EUcliio (four
Mrs. James W. Thomas attendedthe
electric plants In the early days
Will De The Subject Of Pastor Hob Gray's SermonOn Associatlonal WMS meetingat were merely "sideline" businesses cubic fool r.lrI9.r.lot now being shown lot the lust time.
the Corinth Church.Mr. .
Baptist operated by Ice plants or real estate Small to Into that "nook
enough corner"
get or yet Urge
and Mrs.
Sunday Evening, 7:30 P. M. Wilson Green and developments.One .

Miss Lubedla Plnholster were of the early generatingunits enough (for //ioi.n food itoMqe, bottle itor.ge, bulk .lorT -
In Starke .
First Baptist Church Hampton shopping. and Mrs. T.Saturday.Mr. W. Markeywere 45-kllowatt: which Avery generator supervised turned wasa bya and with chiller trays and utility shell All of Ihe',>"-

In Lake Butler last Fridayon 63-horsepower gasoline engine .....__ lu... found in the larger r.lrl'1".lolI.

Sunday, 11 A. M. "Jesus Teaches Forgiveness" business. He compares this 45-kllowatt gen-
Friends of R. T. McDavId will
with the
erator powerful new
to learn of his fall ) .'".". Wt'eent.ttceclic'l'
regret last
Bible School 10 A. M. plants which Florida Power aLight 7,10,1'
week In three
resulting fractured
Company has built and Is
bone In his shoulder and side. Mr. building throughout Florida. The The ealed'in mechanUm U protected by the famous
McDavId Is Improving and we wish company's modern 30,000-kiIowatt

_ .u. him a speedy recovery. plant at Sanford. for Instance, Is 4 7e General Electric S-y.at Protection Plan and there ii a
Quite a few children are sick w :
166 times more powerful than r J
000 ?
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE In our community with measles Avery's primitive little Generator one yea warranty en the entire relsig.r.lor/ I

and mumps. These Include Jackie

and Wilbur Barry, John Green,
"ID. The Heart of Town And In Tbe Heart Judy Kelly, and Sarah Carlton.We GIVESFAST

of The People"A wish each of them a speedy

Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Stokes. were RELIEF
Southern Baptist. Church For AB People
visiting In Dundee last week.
Mr. and Mr. L. L. Parker and when COLDMISIMtSSTMM

Snaday School 9iM Tralahi*; CTntoa ':1S family were visiting Mrs. Park-

Moraine Worship 1Sye-bag Row 7:34 er's aunt Mrs. Elzy Thomas. In _._ .
Wauchula last Monday and Tues .i' roe roe. orrtcmClismii ro.ron"I'08ron .wP Noaraa..rauauean sa.rso ..._
11:00 Wed. Md-Week Service 7:30: aw s.AUA7 j .MlUj, ......' ..I!.. --. TO......hr_..._..._ ........r .....4..._ .... .._a Y_..4 ._1M A ..._____ too

day.Mrs.. T. W. Markey and Mrs.MatUe t.*.>*"*>;.fill:.::::.r..r.;: : M A**rlw M. :Ih4hhy.:::::;p.I h.Iae;;,..N. .,l..1:: N'. -".. H-', Q.. .._ .... .hurrw.w4 u. w. __.. II"_..,r".1 ":
i JNa talatfl; k ..... ...... ...,__ ... .
*! ._. M hrrK do. Ln.1. de IM.1. .. _. ._.._Y .....
r- ry 1..r
MORNING: "The World Today" Sowells were shopping In' $..wr r .i.e w c Tul ..... ...,......- .. .. .
Alachua --
Monday afternoon.Mr. d JeIIIel
EVENING; : ""The. Power of the Devil" and M.... Truby Hodge were .T.w.Try.cry w N LdnI' UfG.

!in Starke Monday( afternoon. w J. McGRIFF MOTORS
Tues.. 7 p.m.: Religious Moving Picture "The Lee !I'I'r ;
Unfaithful Servant" Gaincy and Mr. and Mrs. :1 is h.hl.I Pt. .
Royce Galney and children of' o

Visit The ('Jilin.1tll The VMtlnc ......," Jacksonville- friend and spent relative Saturday. Mr.visitIng Leeba.8 Phone 203 Temple Ave. & Pratt St. Starke, na.FRIDAY .

.., : ..w
J .. I been sick.




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t Billiard ExpertTo No Hampton News I'MXH Blanche' Nu r TIIIIO// I-khtenhan. ., Defendant paid Installments maturing after the filed of said. oautm. i

Give Exhibition For Two Weeks Order lOr INiBllptillnn. and 1\..,.... fn Jan 6. IUD In the aggregate aunt]I A. J. ThomnM.. ...., Hpe'lnl "' .....r. I
r App... of lion, plus Interettt thereon, under }||>IU" V. K"lerht. Htarke. Florhln
S'I' \ TH OFK I. OltlUl lot contract appearing a.. Kxhlblt!; 2 In Attorney for Plulnllff 1.313t 3-4
Here Jan. 29
On Renders of the Telegraph will filiinthH: ; ('. iM< htenhntt whfiMH run-
e /Idoni-n and ; ;
miss the Hampton news items 1 Lii address l In: ffo-A Mont-
Cue fans of Starke and vicinity gno"ry, Street "tfhfc'ept'le, New
this week and next an the correspondent
may see one of the world's lead- Mrs M. C Sweeney is You are require! tu appear, on
ing experts in action at the Recreation enjoying a visit with relatives In named Court .and raises wherein
I plaintiff Necks divorce.
Billiard Parlor. Saturday Philadelphia Pa. ,. rY'1 ( "i""y.T.> ...raph shell puMI Drartfnrd..h thin

Jan. 29 at 4 p.m., when Elwin In a post card to the Telegraph I IJ Ia In next four.weekly litxuex

Rudolph five times world champ this week Mrs. Sweeney says .t AturkemFiurlda| thief. :January.
"Weather not too cold but I'm 2n. Ines.OFFI'tAT< .
ion at pocket billiards, will meet beforeI ( SEAL A, J. Thomas.
hoping It snows just once An Clerk of paid Court

., local experts in an exhibition leave for home." lha"rr.! :: Crimbv, f>' C. ,a
if ,
etui 204-05 .
match of 100 balls.Rudolph'first Life. II 101 IC., .laLkdunvllle.Guaranty Florida.

won the title In Deeds RecordedRecent I, Art)'... for rif._ I.U.t I-II

; 1927 vanquishing Greenlraf by a 9 t //w wi In Circuit. Court. Itradford County, c /
score of 450 to 361. He again! captured deeds as recorded In the o S 4 I Kl..rl..lai In hanrerr.. v

t the title In 1930 1933 1931 Court House: ? I.hart Miiia-ory' Fisher' Fisher Defendant.I'lalntlff,('R"va.. Ro.No.

and 1911. to Adell TON
L. R. Starke
Order, .. .
of Publication 11rHELPS
and ullce
His record high run In exhibitions Hicks Starke: lot 8 of Blk. 30 in k .r Appear to

la 277 made at Great Falls Livingston, Truby ,& Co.'s addition 1 I rer I.Nys+r ATAT19 O .' ... I. O It lOA tot

1 S. C. In 1935./ Throughout the war r ,, t Nth:sA8U i'i 43 Robert KIclKewnod.. Fltiher. Avenue whose ,rcHldencit lien. nidge In:,

and up to 1917 he played approximately J. W. Prevatt, Bradford Co. to r New You Jersey:
are required to appear on
1800 exhibitions for Uncle H. T. Walker Starke: the W 1-2 t i 4'as Feliruarv 210t. H4I, In the above
Sam in service clubs and hospitals. of the SW 1.2 of the NE 1ot plaintiff named. Court seeks and cause wherein.
s divorce and. cuntodv -
Following all matches, Rudolph Sect. 7, Twp 7 S., Range 22E of minor. ,child Pradford
entertains with mystifying trick except 2 acres known as Oak County Telegraph. shall publish thus
shots. ," Order In next four weekly InHueaMtnetia .
Ridge Cemetery containing 18 t t5' \ my hand and official' seal POLIO VICTIMS
at Htarke, Florida
acres. this January
d In Ireult < ...ur*. llrndrord Co: ..fT, Aa Clerk of Bald l Court
In rireult fonrt. nradford Coamlr. Pltirldal. In ( .Nanpery.Kuth tiv Haven Crosby D. C.
KUrldm' In thaaperr.ln Uelar. Hiidecker, Plaintiff ".. Knrh H. Douxlaa, Knn.fiOT Lynch PARALYZED MUSCLES) -'KE PS
<' Sullivan Hmlth. Plaintiff! Va Nluholaa Edward Hnflecker. Defendant 11 II lid I n..., .Tncknunvllle., / Florida, EXERCISES
Kenneth K. Smith Defendant. Can Cuss N(). 7046. .
Atl)''' for Pit. 1-21 4t 2-11 THEM FROM WASTING AWAY.
N". 7019 Order Of .'...11..1... And Notice
Order Of PnHllcntloM And >otlceTo lo Appear
In lee Ircnlt Court
A. STATE OF KUORIDA tat: nl nradforilonnly
< ,
STATIC OF k'. ORIDA Florldni In Chancery
: Nlchola Edward Rodecker whotiereftldent'e
Kenneth K. Smith, whona rnldenc and addrenfl la: 121-00 0 C. niumer. I'lulntlff.. VH. Qua AT
). unknown Chalet Defendant Foreclosure of
157th' Street Jamaica I. N. T!
You are -required; I to appear on You are required to appear on JliT. CttBO No. 61SI.Nolle -
January. 24th, 149, In the above January Hth, 1949 In the abovenamed --- Of SaleTake THE COST.: .
named Court end "a 1wh"r.ln Court and cause whereinplaintiff notice that under and In accordance -
Iilalntlff aeeki divorce and restora aieka. divorce and retitora-. : with that certain Final' 1'.. EVEN FOR FARMS WITH/ .
Lion of maiden name. Bradford tlon of maiden. name. Bradford ere of Foreclosure' and Hate .."n-
9. C'ounty Telegraph. hall publish thlf County Telegraph tihall publish thin dered In the above entitled caiiMuthe ONLY FEW COWS
Ordor In next four weekly Iniuetl Driler In next four weekly laauea undersigned Special. Mauler will
I Wltnetia. my hand and offlflal aeal. Wltnena ntv hand and official .....1 sell to the hlirhent bidder for ('aahut ELECTRIC/ MILKING
t Starke., Florida, this December .it fitarke, Florida, this liecembor ors .. the Mouth front door of the County -
20/ tft4fl. 89. 19U. Courthouse In Htarke, Florida. MACHINES REDuce TIME/
(OFFICIAL BRAD A.' J. Thomaa ([UFb'ICIAL< SEAL': ) A. .,. ThomacAn during the legal hours of sale on "\
A. Clerk of laid Court I Clerk of laid Court Monday February 7, 1849' the fol- t 4.I AND LABORBYF/FTY
ny Haven l
Crosby P C. ny'TTaven Cronby, D C. lowlntr deacrlbed good, fixtures
r>. E.: Knight, Starke Florida T. Frank t.nniiruni, starlcK Florida tIM and chattlea to-wlt: Q booths and >}..;:4tJPER CENT CHOOSE A
Atty for Plf. !i.21 4t 1-11\ Attyn. for Pir. 11-24 4t 1-14 tables, 1 bar "counter 12 bar .atooln
..n'l'l 1 I.... Pepper drink lea box, 1 Pro. MILKER' WlTU A G-e MC1TO .
"gross' drink ice hex, 1 National I
Cafih Register I electric fan 1 cot
fee urn 1 water cooler 1 electric.

Let Us Cure Your Meat exhaust I ;NorKe,electrlo fan 1 cooler gun stove 1 roataurantelectric and, wrlll' FREE! SCIENTIFIC

box I electric cook raiiWM", ,
II 1 hit water heater 1 3-compart, "COMIC" BOOK ON ATOMIC
went sink, t coffee urn I electric
Ice hox. 1 electric drink box-blue. POWER/ EXCITING
AT PRE-WAR PRICES and all bottles, pals, pane kitchen.
tttenHlla and cluck.' of business READING FOR YOUNG AND
I known aa the Hlue \nird. In Htarki
Florida, find which: property will OLD. 16 PAGES-H COLORS. _
I he HO Mold .hJ..t.t to lien tliercfin
2'/c 'Per POUND! i S I of plaintiff (1 C. Hlunicr for un- WRITE: DEPT. 6-235-AP ,


We Take Meat Thru March 31 t {r 1 W. C. T.U. SCHENECTADY N.Y. .

L'tt Y ,
I Large Lockers @ $1.00 Month MANY A \MAN WHO HOWLS You dents itt
PARSING VETERANS of Bradford County gather once a month In 'I FOR SANITARY DRINKING can put you con

$10 Per Year he vocational agriculture building: at BUS for "Shop Night" when CUPS WILL TAKE A SWIG OUT

ALL WITH YOUR OWN PRIVATE LOCK .; .tw they receive Instruction In various skills and use their time beneficially OF ANY OLD FLASK SUCKED GENERAL W ELECTRIC

to repair farm ininlements and other equipment. In the fore- OVER'' BY VARIOUS' OTHERS.

ground of the picture at top William Crosby Frank L. TomlinHon (THE UNION SIGNAL) Nor H',. Fred Wales S1'.w..NIC IWwort Tfturirfay MgiV. ...C.... *. C....

STARKE ICE COMPAN C of C DirectorsTo and Willie H. Brown are seen'repairing: the rear arm of a disc harrow I

while In the background James Wainwright. Dan Harley and William -- .
IPhone 12 Starke Fla Be Elected I Pendarvla are busy with forge work. 'At left below. Instructor C L. .' t V'.....

Currla la .seen observing the operation of an electric bench saw by ....
A meeting of the committeeto ." ._- ---, .
I [ Francis Mentf. At lower right V. R. Ferguson local supervisor of -- ,
make nominations for vacancies
on the Board of Directors of,, the veterans agriculture training program does a welding job on a YOUR SPAREy TIME IS MONEY

I the Chamber of Commerce was|I jeep'while owner Pete Alderman looks on. More than 50 veterans A

'ek held In the courthouse last Friday have received instruction In the class since It was started in Septemi >.. '

night with W. B. Sewell ber, 1946. under the direction of Currle. Twenty-two Is the maximum IN THE NEW.National ) :"

chairman. Other members of the)I number permitted In the class at any one time. '

committee were J. P. Roberts Ernest .
__ .u. u _
OUR APPOINTMENT ASSTROMBERGCARLSON I rnuaps. Mrs. H. n. Buruett Pereanedftvtlve 20 1941OFFICIAL. Guard
and George Kopclouaos who served of Filing" Petition For Flea ( HEAL A. J. Thomas.
In the absence of Roy Ward. Dbvl..r r Off Kirrutor' A. Clerk of said. Court.
I Notice U l hereby given I that I have liy Haven Crosby, I>. f ,
RADIO The names of the candidates can filed my final' return an executorof T. Frank I 1.'Irum.. titarke, Florida 4a.e.
the .Mate of Emma, Jones, de. Attyi. for I'lf. 1.21 4t 2-11
be read by calling: at the office of canned: that I have filed my petl- .
DEALER IN the Chamber of Commerce.The I I tlon for dlxtrllititlon and for nnadlticharire .
STARKE election of directors will of January, and, A. that D, 1941 on the I will It' day apply In Klurlilat Circuit In Court('....,...Hradford.". Connly. I -- '.' '-" !JR .-... '" 'W ',.w:>I'og,

They May Be Seen In Our ShowRoom be held on Feb. 7. ,to County the Honorable Judge Fi.of! K Bradford Ferryman !! Marie l imonlck VI. AvoHtlno Aftofttlno,Defendant.Plaintiff,Case va. eaY.iiS.4i: ,;I/r "-'- J a/slrlrwllm/

County, Florida fur approval of No. 7085
CARD OF TIIANKS I aid final return and for an order Order of Publication. and Notice loAppear
TodaylSTROMBERG. of distribution and for final dl.-

Mr. and Mrs. A. J, Newman charge. ma Jones aa executor dareaaml of the will olKm Marl.II TATH. VI AfcOtttlno OF 9'1.ONIDA who.. refl..lenreIn tot. Yes, airit's a fact. For just one

CARLSON RADIOS wish to thank their friends and A 1 .1 Thomas. KxecutorDecember New: I 141 I York Kectnry I Htreet Fort-Cheater, night a week plus IS days each
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RADIO-PHONOGRAPHS and TELEVISION relatives also Dr. Adams Dr. You are required to appear on : summer the National Guard will
February 81et, IIHU, In the above
Court Madison St. Starke Mlddleton, and the ShadycrestHoRpltal In Circuit. Court llr.dford CoaMy named Court and cause wherein to $346.50 annually I
Fla. pay you up
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staff for their kindness rlnrlilal t plaintiff divorce. Bradford l W
and Marie U. May nor, Plaintiff va Daniel County Telegraph shall piibllHh this 3 t Take a quick look at the pay
floral offerings given duringour Maynor.. Defendant. C..... No. Order In next four weekly iHaueftWltnetta 5' t
recent bereavement. 70 my hand and official' ,Pal. } s 4A P table. It shows how much you can
I Order Of Pukllratloft. And !Nolle' at Ntarke, Florida, this January 1
I 'I'.. Appear 1*. 1444FPICtAI.. a earn in your grade.And the sooner
( > SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
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A. Clerk of said Court. ,a you start the sooner you'llmove
WE SOLICIT YOUR I Daniel !Maynor whoa residence I.I I.I I. -
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Michael. : T. apneno, rialntlff vs.9hleen .'> January You are 31, required 1945, In the to above appear' named on Attya. for Pit. 1-21 41 2-11 You'll win the sincere respect
BODY M Capuann Defendant. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff '
& FENDER WORK (,'4"" No. TOUT. >eek divorce. Bradford County In f'lrenlt. ('o.. .'. Bradford Connlr.Fli d p.' 1 of your friends and neighbors too.
Order of l ublie 1p1eon and Notice Telegraph publlah this' OrderIn .rlilni In f'kaneery.liodney .
; next 0.a: weekly 1 Inane. U. Llchtenhan Plaintiff, ".. f,, ? ; They know the National Guard'ssplendid
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) February.You: are I4lh.required 1049, to In the e above;: Clerk of .aid Court. You'll Say. I a great force for lasting Peace.
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GUARANTEEDBatteries named plaintiff Court seeks",and dlvorc cause Bradford wherein K.: K. rerryma.il, Starke. Florida All this month it.'. National
Atty.. for fit. l2-at 4t 1-11 "The best-writing
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Assembly-time to
k\t this. Order in next four weekly fountain II get
"*. !. rirmlt Coart.. Bradford Comely pen in the Guard. Good men are joining .
witness" mv hand and ] lorlonl' In f kanrrrir.IVulah ever used."I r ) )
'r at Krxrke, *lorkttt a, thus officialccxl Foeter" .Plaintiff v.. A. Martin up. Are you with them? Get
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OFFICIAL.( SKAt.1 A. J. Thomas 70.11. AND ONLY 1.75 "S / the lacts-todayl! j
AjClerk of eatd Court. 1 Order Of Pnkllratlnn And Nettle. y ytp Nl loss F 4tp
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nidir. Jnrksonvllle. Flort.'... A. Martin Kimter. who. .'denc.I 4 Paul Whif.man, Wediwdar nigltlm ABC
All).. for IMf. 1.14 4t 2-4 I.Koute 1, Uvulcla: Ueorirla: POINTS REPLACEABLE %t ; .,..,.,*.
I I I I You ar. required to appear on FOR ONLY 35cA '
$4 Allowance In (.I..lt Court Bradford County January 31, 1949. In the above named +. NOW lUOiSlI UNDO MIW LAW_
MorUIn. : In Chancery Court and cause, wherein plaintiffneeka 'S I, '
Wide Of FolaU YOUNO MIN Of 17 .
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Brown Mefenrtant Case No. 70T4. Telegraph. shall puhli.h' this OrderIn To Suit Every Taste '
Order of Publication and Notice next four weekly l.aue. w
ON OLDBATTERIES \ I' Wltne.a mY hand and of 1"1..1..1 y
1 I'IT''fE O F" fr Co'll I D tas'' at Htarke Florida. this December IN YOUR SPARE TIME. EARN 1/8 THE ANNUAL ,
?.: rown, wh..... realttoncit. 19. 1949. d '".
and whose addreeti. I I. SOS IlulTalo St, A. Clerk of .al Kulton, N. y.: Haven Cro.by D. C. Anneal gay for...hlfoel l men ef the new......_. OiMrd-W.ed..4S Amty \
If U. Hrown. Starke, Florida' ,
Fcbiuurv are 14th reaulred, /I94t, to In annear the above on Atty. for Pit. U-31 4t 1illrriilt x drill >Mi.... .nd I S day' imninw .....Irelnlna' '
named Court and cause. wherein -- a4r .t

WE CARRY A LARGE LINE OF relief rinlntlff tteeka dlvune .and Bradford no other I" Court,, Bradford County. c Pvt. '. $157.50 S/Sflt. $241.49 (

11 County TelcirraDh shall 1..1".1:Jn <'hant't".v. P.F.C 167.9 T/S8t. . 22.90
weekly, Ford. 8. .a, Jr.. Plaintiff ..
DUNLOP TIRES and TUBES thin Witness..Order. ,In next four France. No. 707S.I. Knowle, DefendantCa. Cpl. 189.0O M/Sgf. 346.50Sgt. J -

Real at Rtarke mv, F hand... and this official lith of, Order of Publication and Notice .e.209.99 1>, S91:' 344 .50Of
January 1919.IOFFIdIA1. I I I t.. Aoorev /

Charcoal In 20-Ib. Bags . 1.50 ( SEAL.Clerk)of A. ad J.! Thomas' RTAT'iO. FLORIDA...*, whoiie. renldenr to. ( yV, -.-, m4. te.trrhy ... MMimw /r.I.Mp pay-fsS

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.L' John J. If."d"r.un. Etta. St. Allir I wood Manor. l'pper Darby. P...I ;y
imtlne. Florida. You rmulred to e .
;. Ammonium Sulphate, 10-tt. Bags 1.00 Allye. for fit. 1.14 4t -4MOTM'K '.. ...r"t 11149, In the above -- \ J
( named. Court and cause wherein
I I Plaintiff seeks", dlvorc' .Bradjord
Notice la hereby given to all whom 1 County Teloeraoh shall 1 ENLIST TODAY in Headquarters Co. 2d Bn. 124 Inf.
It weekly ,
may concern: That. all creitltnra this Order in next four
Large Stock Of GENUINE FORD and rlalmant nf the e.tate of Oillti 1I ies ea.
PARTS M Wllllume, deceased are to file witness mv Fund and Official Apply at STARKE ARMORY Mon. Thru Fri., 8:00 A. M to 5:00: P. M.
their reeptlve claim auttlnnt said seal at.rk. thl.

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lights Fog Lights Rear Windshield Wipers Florida. within elirht (9) calendar Crpsbv of tjald{ Court. .
month. from the tint publication Bv Haven C.
Vanity Mirrors Rear Seat Radio Speakers Backup of thin notice or their clalma will\ Kay Kelden, Daytona. Reach, Jl'1..... r l MOMsCREO PDINESBradford This.adrertlsement is sponsored by the following Starke businesses and
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Lights Heaters t tlon: .dTr.t :n :..-t.:4th: Mml.1949 I I i I jAttya. professional men who are behind the National Guard 100 Percent:
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In re the ..'.C. of Emma. Jon., I Order .1 Pa.lh-atloa App..r and M*tl... re ... ... Setzer'sH.C.Wafl Agency A Thomas

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ANDREWS MOTOR CO. bOSI ,Butler., Indiana! Street Farm Home & Auto Supply
I You .nre required to appear en florida Bank Starke
February Sl.t 1149 In the above Guy Andrews at i
199 Madison! St. Phone 11$ ; named Court and cause wherein CountyTELEGRAPH ,
Starke, Fla. c.: plaintiff ....k. divorce Bradford Member F. D. L C. .
fi County Telegraph. .hall publish thl. ,
Order' In next four weekly Iti.ue..

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