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: February 4, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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.:.::. City To Remove Block Of Oak Trees BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

At Request Of West t Call Residents .

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t Twelve more of Starke's an- property and possible less of life ,Official Countu Publication Etablihed In 1877

.. clent oak trees received the death to occupants."The .

sentence Tuesday night when the sidewalk is In urgent need VOLUME SB\ENTY MTAKKK. frXOKIU.t. FKIUXY. KKIWUAKY: -I, ltM9 NUMBER: TWKNTY-NINE
\ *' City Council, without a dissenting of repair and such repair cannotbe

,, ": vote!!, approved a petition presented done until the above mentionedold

ed by property owners for the removal oak tree. are removed. The
Curfew Ordinance Passed As Curb Council Stands Pat As Merchants
r of all oaks In the block sidewalk on the South side of

,. of West Call St. between Temple West Call St. extends over on
-f "''" Ave. and Bay St. private property about 15 Inches; I

s V t t. The petition, signed by V S. St. said sidewalk cannot be realigned To Wave Of Juvenile Delinquency Protest Installation Of Meters ;

John. E. H. Smith, A. E. Mc- or rebuilt Until such old oak trees

Kidney, L.. O. Hazen Willie Mae are removed.
x.. ,;fix Penton and J. W. Pooser stated: "We, the property owners un- An ordinance prohibiting chil- years to be on the streets, parks, -
''.,? I. and dren under 16 years of age from and public places, unless accom- ,
We the dersigned, prompt
undersigned property urge your
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** action being on the streets between the panied by their parents, during t' -"::' ;;::;;:; Graham Says
favorable as a progressivecivic .
owners, hereby petition your hon11 : ---- *"r I I
hours of 10 and 5 the time after 10 \.,,, \. 'I.. 9'
c Arable;> body in session to remove improvement.. and for which p.m. a.m., unless night p.m. ::-..::..
thanks." 1 accompanied by parents or I The burden of responsibility ---'.-.,,-- --
; our
all oak trees on West CaU St. please accept '
;' .'-. within the block bounded by Temple The Council voted to have the guardian was adopted by the, Is placed on parents and guardiansby ; 'i 5.=:!JE .:.:. Fight Will Be
Council at its here It unlawful for themto H --- -
Ave. and Bay St. trees removed, but did not set any City meeting making
"tl' "The trees In question are old, definite' time for the project to Tuesday night. 1 permit any child under 16 to
In a resolution adopting the or- violate the provisions of the or
,-v heavily laden with moss, and practically begin.It I ContinuedIn
decayed, creating a dan- was unofficially estimatedthat dinance, it was stated that "It dinance. n

4 geroui hazard to property and it cost the City around $500 has come to the attention of the : It Is provided however, that
to the two trees recently City Council that in recent months all children under 19 who are
life; the limbs extend over the remove a 3 to 1 vote the City
:" .i, houses and cause much damage removed from Jackson St. at the there has been an outbreak of 1 regularly employed In gainful occupations r Council Tuesday:: night refusedto

4 +| .;r._ .to roofs; high tropical winds request of the Executive Boardof juvenile delinquency In the Cityof I are exempt from the reverse a decision: to install
..$: could easily cause these old trees the Starke Woman's Club. No Starke numerous buildings I provisions of the ordinance if theyprocure 100
meters in the
'. of the having been broken into by minor credentials
to be uprooted and blown over estimate has been made I satisfactoryto r business
district of
t'' "private property and dwellings, cost of removing the entire blockof children and articles stolen thereby the police and their Jobs are Starke.
V .' resulting in great damage to 12 trees from West Call St. In conformity with the laws of Receiving a petition signed
", "After due consideration," the Florida relating to the em- by 50 business men request-

resolution continued "the CouncilIs ployment of children. ing the City not to install

; ... Rites Held Monday For Dr. Scott of the opinion that It would bin The ordinance provides a fine a M parking meters as proposed,
: the public Interest and would ; the Council
I promote the general welfare, of $100 or Imprisonment not to:! TiL listened to F. F

health, and morals, to prohibit exceed 30 days, or both, for any Stump, spokesman for the
large delegation that attendedTuesday's
; ; Beloved Educator Of Southern College children under the age of 16 person convicted of a vlolatlo'n.--- meeting, but did

.. ". not reverse its decision.

.", 'tiW t' : Dr. George Franklin Scott, a 'Qualifying Fee Voluntarily Paid After hearing Mr. Stump,

>'Jt' :8-.ftieniper ti of the Florida Southern W. II. Graham, and other
t College faculty for 28 years and of businesses
owners along

l.. .-* a trustee of the Institution for Jan.33i' Cannot Be Recovered Court Affirms Call Street Councilman II. A.

"..' .years, died Friday night, Bishop Jr., said. "I am still
Lakeland. He
his home in
28 at ,
.. tk ,PETITION ritOtESTINO: : PAHKINO METERS Is read to City Council Tuesday night by veteran Stoike in favor of parkin meters

was 77 years of age. 1 C. A. Futch, defeated candidatefor merchant F. F. Slump. Councilmen seated around tho table (backs to camera) are L. O. Hazen. JamesA. and I do not care to changemy

j Branch. "Dr. Scott Mich was and born moved In North to City Clerk, will be unable to Light Plant Carried Lewis and L. A. Canova; (facing camera) II. A. Bishop, Jr.. and,I P. L. Mrlilges. Mayor J, 1' vote"

'; Starke when a boy of 12 with his recover a $136 qualifying fee from 660 KW LoadWednesday Roberts (left background) Is an interested spectator( while members of the protesting dulexiulon of Councilman L. O. Hazen stated

Dr. L. and Louise the City of Starke because he paidIt merchants line the walls of the Council chamber that he was still voting "YI'II"anll p
parents, A.
'vt,* Rogers Scott. voluntarily, without /protest.In MorningThe +.--- Councilman P. L. Bridge y
an opinion feed February likewise cast his ballot for meters -
o. ;He grew to young manhood here load on the city light plant Assessor Receives
1 the Supreme Court of Florida .
from the the hours from Struth Rites Smith Attornev
f and later graduated during morning
affirmed an opinion by Circuit 345 ApplicationsFor Councilman James A, Lewis
Middle Georgia College and did 9 ,a.m. until noon Wednesday
John A. H. sustaining
Judge Murphree
he still
graduate work at Vanderbilt Un- Feb. 2 was at times more than stated that was opposedto F
iversity. He was ordained a min- .( the demurrer of the City 660 kilowatts Superintendent B. 3 P. M. Asks New Trial meters and cost the only dissenting
of Slarke to the plaintiff's declaration Sunday vote.Councilman.
,, later In 1896 and prior to that 4at S. Johns stated yesterday' Assessor Guy Andrews stat

,*'F time served aa Superintendent "This was more than 100 kilo- I ed yesterday that his office has L. A. Canova did e
",'of Schools for Bradford County p Through his attorney H. V. watts over the night peak load Funeral services for Capt. Elmo already received 315 applications After deliberating approximately not vote, as In customary exceptIn

? Which at that time also included Knight Mr. Futch maintained during the rush days of Camp R Struth, son of Mrs. W. H. for homestead exemption and 111 one hour and 43 minutes a six- case of tie. E;

'tW! '&:ell. that Is now Union Coun- that the to ordinance collect qualifying empoweringthe fees Blanding", Johns said, "and Indicates Struth of Starke, who died on personal property. tax returns. man jury In a special term of Heading the protesting delegation k
!..ty. \ City the steadily Increasing demands Mindanao Island In the Philippines The public was reminded that Mr. Stump, veteran Starke !
from candidates In elections Circuit Court held here
:" .e Dr. Scott was also principal city made upon our plant." June 1, 1913, of wounds. received homestead exemption must be Monday merchant, read excerpts from the ;
Of schools in Nassau and Bradford was void because certain require- Wednesday was one of the few In action will be held Sunday applied for and personal property returned a verdict of guilty witha .111M of the Telegraph for 1911
In the charter
ments set forth
> Counties and served as pastor of city sunless days experienced by afternoon at 3 o'clock at the property tax returns filed before recommendation of mercy In giving the reaction of the publicat
observed In its adoption.He
")"Methodist Churches at Lawtey, were sued not for (300: Starke this winter, and no doubt graveside In Crosby Lake Cemetery April 1. the case of Hogan Smith, Jr., the time meters were tried In

.**. Jasper Fort Myers Arcadia, and The following editorial appearedIn damages.In most consumers In the city were Rites will be conducted by Mr. Andrews estimated that who was tried on an Information the early days of Camp Blanding.
1.jt.i Defend. the Lakeland Ledger following its demurrer to the declara burning lights, in addition to the American Legion Post No. 66 of 1800 property owners) are eligible Councilman Bishop replied that

*" .'.I', 4. Dr. Scott retired three year. the death of Dr. George F. Scott: tion, the City, through Its at- other) early morning uses of electricity. Starke, with Interment following for homestead exemptions In this filed by the State's Attorney T the meters were not given a fair t

', ;. age from full-time teaching at torney G. L. Patten and the law i under the direction of DeWItt C. county and that 800 should file E. Duncan for "wantonly and trial "at that time as they were I

'Florida Southern and since that GEORGE FRANKLIN SCOTT firm of Clayton, Arnow &: Duncanof "With a total generating capacity Jones Funeral Home. personal property returns. maliciously shooting 'at and Into not permitted to stay long enough d

f.,,. .*,'>' 'time. had continued instructing ."There is sadness in the hearts Gainesville maintained.,"vol.that\ *of '700: kilowatts' whoa, alt 'tStruthviha4! been a'Merntmr' of % ," .* c', *.i the, house ."t<>, one>TUuBOloon forpeopje.1,0.$ .,get. used, .to ,jhetnj.,.....-.... it t
in. a history course In the col- of thousands of Florldans' this the fee was paid by Futch. three diesel generators are In the Florida National Guard for which was then and there used He said that at the'en'd, of a six .. d

lege's community school. Duringthe morning because George Franklin untarily without protest" operation, the plant was operating twelve years prior to World War Rain And Cold and occupied". .month, trial period ha believed
time he served as a full-time It was upon this ground that within 00 kilowatts of full loadon 11 and when the unit mobilizedhe that they would be recognized asa
faculty member he taught In the Scott Is dead. He was a devout Judge Murphree sustained the demurrer all units Wednesday morning" was assigned to the 121th Infantry Smith's attorneys, Zach Douglas rood( thing and that people

department of history and political minister, a conscientious resulting In Knight's appeal Johns stated. "Back in the prc- at Camp Blnndlng He received Slacks BerriesA I of Jacksonville and Green A; would be glad\ to pay the small

science. At the time of his teacher and an everthoughtfulgood to the Supreme Court. Blending days of 1910 the plant his commission at J Fort been of Starke, naked for 13 charge for the privilege of being

retirement the college conferred neighbor whose \life was was carrying an average load of Denning, Ga. In 1011 and was week of rainy, cooler weather days In which to file a motion for able to find a parking place when
upon him the honorary degreeof only 65 KW.: ho added.In promoted to First Lieutenant In I u new trial. This request was needed.It .
of his cut hero
eloquent testimony pro C. of C. ElectionSet berry production more
doctor of divinity. June of 1912. lie later was assigned I granted by Judge John 1H.. was pointed out that Ic entitles
an emergency the City can than a third this week as compared [
After being ordained In 1896, found faith In God. 600 to the :HOOth Infantry at leven.day'' Murphree of Galnenvllln. who will tho car owner 12 minutes
use up to kilowatts from the with the previous
Dr. Scott'joined the Florida Meth- He was calm spoken, even tem- Clay Electric Cooperative at Keystone : Fort Brnnlng/ Ga. and In February I )period. hear the motion on K.-b. 1$. Hentnnre of parking, 20 for 21 minutes,

odist Conference in 1902 and held pered, genuinely Christian gentle- For Monday Heights.Mr 1013 was promoted to Cap- Sales at the !State Farmers was not passed on Smith and so on up to Sc for one hour
several important positions In the .aln. The Infantry left for over pending the disposition of tho of
man of excellent good humor Johns beltevea that tho Market from Jan. 21 throughFeb. / W. II. Graham
Conference, having been motion for a new trial and ho
secretary seas duty In August 10It. ,
Division" of the Chamber
of whose presence was an Inspiration. steadily Increasing load on the 2 totaled only 902 crates, In,. *
the Sunday School for eight The Chamber of Commerce will Struth was born In Waldo, now at liberty under bondState's of Commerce, said, "StarkeIs
and In the church, In the class light plant is caused by the great as compared with 1.513 for the
treasurer of the Board
years meet In the courthouse Monday
number of electric March 16. 1914, and moved to previous week Shipments reacheda witnesses heard duringthe still\ a country town and we'rejust
of Education for 10 years. In his home-wherever he night Feb. 7, at 8 o'clock for stoves and
room hot water heaters that have been Starke with his parents In 1917. low ebb of only 39 crates. on day Included Mr. and Mrs. too small for such newfangled
He was a member of the Florida happened to be-he was always an open meeting and election to installed In recent lie was a member of the Starko Wednesday and Market Manager Titus Olson, Billy Jackson, Jesse things as parking meters. The

Education Association, the the same serene, friendly under- fill five vacancies on the Boardof years. Methodist Church and the Rotary R. B Alvarez stated that he Hunt Sheriff P D. Reddish, and people don't like 'em, and If we
Florida Historical Society, the Directors.The He states that another primary Club. three negroes, Richard Wlms, Joe
I didn't how managedto Install them on Call Street, they
Florida of Science and' standing individual. He was a circuit In the business section of growers
Academy nominating committee, with In addition to his mother, Capt. get that consideringthe Nathan Jones, and James Lovett will go elsewhere to do their
many /
.Gamma of and Starke will be "must" the
Sigma Chi fraternity.In good man steady gentle a In who
W. B. Sewell aa chairman, has Struth Is survived by a son James adverse weather conditions. wore In the truck with Smithat shopping"
1893/ Dr. Scott married Adel. spirit. His life was .well ordered. near future.Breakfast.
la C. proposed the following list of nine Rodman, and a daughter Kathy; Prices during the week averaged the time of the shooting. He pointed out that the businesses
and full of
Wright of St. Mary's Ga. happiness
candidates from which five will be three brothers, who served In the $1020 per crate, a marked drop The only witness railed by the along Call Street pay the
who survives him. Other survivors "During 35/ of his 77 years he selected to serve on the Board: I Event dcfenm.was Smith himself who tax.
Pacific Commander O Struth, from, the $1183 average paid the bulk of for the operation
are a brother, Fred A. Scott, was a trustee of Florida South- Jimmy Peek, Carl Johns, H. A. Jacksonville Lt. M. tfMirird that he did not It
Will Launch U. 8. N. R., : week before. Poor quality fruit, rememberthe of the county and claimed that
of Starke and three daughters ern College. During the past 28 Bishop, Jr., J. P. Roberts George W, Struth U. S. N. retired Milton duo to the rains, accounted for shooting was "unfair discrimination" to
Mrs. Archie Greiner, Dundee, Mrs. years he has been a member of Kopelousos, E. L. Matthews Guy Scout Fund DriveA of
Florida; K. Merrill Struth the decline The week's shipment Install meters In the businessdis
Clyde Lemmon, Barberville, and the faculty serving until three Andrews, Ernest Phillips, and Starke; Six sisters; Mrs. W. L. I brought growers an estimated Lewis Lumber Mill trict.
Mrs.! Myron Harmon, Dunedin. full-time teacherin whirlwind drive to
years ago as a Roy Ward. one-day Edward and Mrs. Lonh Ruuk- $10,118 40.
Funeral services for Dr. Scott the department of history and The election will be held by raise the annual Boy Scout Fund night/ both of Jacksonville; Mrs. So far this season a total of Burns At Raiford alternative It wan suggested to meters that, the as City an
were held Sunday afternoon at political science. Before becoming ballot and a good attendance is will be launched at a breakfast Lake
W. W. Page Jr. of City; 7,483 crates hint been Hhlppeil enforce hour park
3:30: o'clock In the College affiliated with the College as a requested Other special businesswill to be held In the Brawn Derby Mrs L. M. DeShoa' of Wildwood; from the market here, bringing Approximately $10,00000* damage strictly one If properly enforced -

Heights Methodist Church In teacher, he held several pastorates be discussed at, this meetingThe next Thursday morning Feb. 10 Mrs. J. S. Johnson of Plant City I growers around $7 .1J61 23.:\ was done to the Lewis Bros ing regulations.thin would. break the
Lakeland. Dr, Ludd M. Splvey in the Florida Methodist Conference secretary and treasurer will at 8 o'clock, according to an announcement and Miss I Kate Struth of Starke Although It was cloudy all day lumber mill at I ta I ford Thursdaynight of up merchants -

president of Florida Southern College In these two capacitiesas accept membership dues and nov yesterday by T. IISla Active Pallbearers will be Clifford Wednesday ....b. 2. and the of lust week when a fire objectionable and their practice employees parkingcars
was In charge of the ser minister and teacher he influenced memberships after the meeting. le, district fund campaign I did not destroyed the saw mill and boiler' ,
Hnzcn. R C. Iluford J. R. Groundhog consequently In front of stores and letting
vices and was assisted by Rev, the lives of great numbers The Chamber of Commerce Is chairman. plant' The mill Is owned 1 by CJ II
Edward F. Norton Smith, T. I K. McClane, Jr., S. G sea his shadow growers can hard them remain there all day, It was
CollegeHeights of people. They regarded him for the benefit of the businessman Mr. Slade stated that the two Denmark and A. U. Baker. ly believe that winter "Is over'' and W. B. Lewis.The stated.
pastor, and Dr. James S. with Increasing respect and affec- and requires the Interest counties, Bradford and Union, Most believe that .we urn bound State Farm Fire iN'part.
Day, Jr., pastor of the Southside tion. It most that the have been asked Mr Bishop said that one hour
was fitting and support of all business peopleIn to raise a quota to get a certain amount of cold In.ntIJIIIlstp,1 In saving/ the dryIng
Baptist Church, Lakeland. College conferred upon him the Stark It is of JI.fJOO. Each Floridian parking could not be enforced
seeking In every every winter, and since we have yard which held several him- ,
Interment took place in the honorary degree of Doctor of way possible to bring new Indus- Workers who will meet for the Pays $252Annually had very little afar, they look family plot In Crosby Cemeteryat Divinity. He contributed much to tries into the community. kick-off breakfast will be Mrs. for some bail weather In February ; the planer mill. The fire was (Uncovered but spokesmen for the dele
Starke Monday afternoon at the spiritual stability of this Institution Mrs. Marian Howe, executive S. L. Peek Judge E. K. Perry- In Taxes or early March. at 9 p.m. gation pointed out that it would
1:30: o'clock, with brief servicesat for which he labored secretary, announces that there man, Carl Johns, Roy Ward, Joe probably be necessary to put on
the graveside, conducted by so wholeheartedly. His spirit will are several listings of apartmentsfor Wilson, Mrs. Edward Burns, W Floridians may expect a total additional help to read and repairthe
Rev. J. R. Hill, pastor of the live on but it will not be easy to rent furnished and unfurn- B. Sewell, Mrs Junlus Smith! R. tax bill of approximately 16.16- Pvt. Ray Parker'Commander Fire InspectionThe meters.

Starke Methodist Church. become reconciled to his physical ished. If any club or school wishesto A. Winkler, S. R. Johns, and 5000,000 In 1949, the research and For Day' members of the Starke Following the meeting Mr.
Active pall bearers were L. A.' absence" post activities on the bulletin I Gilbert Newcomb.Mr. industrial division of the Florida Graham said, "We haven't givenup
Davis, L. O. Powell. J. T. State Chamber of Commerce At Texas Air Base Fire Department will shortly
I Quigley, board, they are welcome to do Slade announced that a yet. We're going to fight this
start a series of Inspections of
J. C. Hoover O. W. White, H.I so. barbecue will be held at Worthington states. thing to the last ditch by every
L. and C. Indications are that total taxes Pvt. Raymond E. Parker, son all business houses, hotels and "
Brownlee A. Futch. CoL E. H. MartinTo Any old or new businesses are / Springs Thursday night, means at our disposal.
will Increase about two of Mrs. Lettla Parker of Jacksonville school buildings' within the cor-
Arrangements were in charge of welcome to leave advertising material Feb. 10, for workers and Scouts only percent
DeWItt C. Jones. from the two counties. above collections.) during the formerly of Starke, and porate limits. The object of these CALENDAR: OF EVENTS
with the C of C office for
Those from out of town attend- past> fiscal year and hold slightly brother of Charlie Parker recently Inspection Is to locate and reporton
ing the funeral services were: Meet LegionAll said.publicity purposes, Mrs. Howe below collection. during the year received one of the biggest any serious fire hazards that Tuesday Tourist Club, at Wo

Rev. E. F. Norton Lakeland; Mrs. Deputy CollectorTo 9461947.Balanced. I promotion Jump. ever given In may exist, to acquaint the new man's Club, 7:30:: p.m.

Adelle C. Scott Lakeland; Mr. Be Here Feb. 17A against this total tax : the U. 9. Air Force while serving firemen with the structure of the Wed. Rotary Club MethodistRec.
veterans and the in
and :Mrs. Clyde Lemmon, Barber- public Rotarians Told 'bill' In 1949 will be an estimated at Lakeland Air Force base, various buildings and to locate Hall, 12:13: p.m.

ville] ; Mr and Mrs. Myron general house are meeting urged of to the attend Ameri-an Who Is Who Isn'tA deputy collector of Internal .10,000.000; returned In the form near San Antonio, Tex, Althoughthe the stairways, skylights and fire Wed. Lions Club, USO Bldg.
mon, Dunedin; Charles nar-I open Revenue will be at the courthouse of various 'grants' for social security promotion was honorary and escapes and pro-determine the 7:3O .

Dunedin; Mrs Archie can Feb.Legion 8 at 7:30:at the Legion Hall on Jacksonville Rotarian since In Starka on Thursday, ; welfare, education, conservation lasted for only one day, Parker bust method' of approach In cue : pm.Thurs.. IOOF, Odd Fellow meet-

Dundee; Miss Virginia Crtner, p.m. 1912 gave members of the Starke Feb. 17, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., -not Including special flood wan selected to become flight of fire Hall 8pm.Sat. .
Dundee; Miss Willie Wright, St. At this meeting Col. Edwin H. Rotary Club a frank evaluationof for the purpose of giving adviceor < control appropriations) -highways., commander of his squadron of
Petersburg; Mr. Alva Wright, St. Martin, a member of the Veteran'l "Who Is a Rotarian" at the assistance! to the public In national forests, rivers and bar- approximately 1,000 men. FFA NEWS NOTESThe Amusement Games, Cath

Petersburg; Mrs. Ada Briggs, Hospitalization and Reha weekly luncheon meeting here filing Income tax returns. No lors, making a net total of 586- Selection of Parker and 38 other olic USO, 8:30: p.m.

Jacksonville; Mrs. Annie Richard, bilitation Committee will conduct Wednesday.R. charge Is mad for this service. 500.00O. privates to represent commanding Bradford FAA Chapter held Feb. 7 WSCS Circles meet at

State Farm; Mrs. Zoe Louise a discussion of the possible establishment T. (Bert) Arnold, who servedas All persons whose total 1 IncomeIn On the basis of this net total officers'and staff offcers of the its regular meeting Thursday, 3 p.m.

Lovendall Jacksonville; Mrs. Lois at Camp Blandingof Governor of the 39th DistrictIn 1948 was $600. or more must each Floridian will pay 1252/ In 3730th basic training group for Jan. 27, with 49 members present. Feb. 8 Presby. Young Wo-

Handcock Jacksonville; Mrs. Shir- a large Veteran's Hospital. 1927-23, spoke objectively, file returns. taxes of all kinds during the com- one day resulted! from their outstanding After a brief business session avery mtn's Circle meeting, 7:30: p.m.

ley Harrell Jacksonville; Dr. It was also announced that praised some, criticized others, Ing year. record as Air Force Interesting speech was made Feb. 8 American Legion meetIng t

Willow by, GainesvUle; Mrs.' T. E. John F. Nicholson of Ocala. Commander and said that those who get the Auto AccidentClinton Expressed In terms of Income, 'basic trainees. by Seeber!! Doyle Andrews on the 7:30: p.m. Hall.

Duncan Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. of the Legion's Fourth most of the organization are one out of every four dollars I AM part of the day's activities! subject of forestry. He pointed Feb. 8 Woodmen Circle meet-
Louie Hill Lawtey; J. H. Moore, District, would also be present at the ones who work at It. Barton was InvolvedIn earned by Florlc tans will be paidIn : these men reviewed other members out that Bradford County has a -

Lawtey; J. L. Wynn. Hampton; this meeting. :Mr. Arnold spoke from the a freak accident last Saturday! taxes In some form. of their group In a formal very wealthy Inheritance In our Ing.Feb.
L. A. Wynn, Hampton. (Signed) Lex Green experience gained during his visits afternoon just across the rail- i parade of more than 3,000 airmen. forests If the people will take care 9Voma.n'. Club meet-

Mike Gilhooly to the 77 clubs In Florida and road on the Palatka highway, whenin Recent Deeds 1 In attendance as guests were of the trees and conserve them. tog Club House.3:30 p.m.
Brig. Gen. Charles) F. Born, commanding After the speech several boxing Feb. 10 Baptist Brotherhood,
Seeber O. Goodman Georgia that comprised the 30th attempting to miss a car that
Recent BirthsBirths S. G. DenmarkA. District when he was Governor. had turned off the highway in Among the deeds recently recorded general of the Indoctrination bouts were enjoyed with those 7:00: p.m. Church.

Shadycrest Hospital: J. Thomas, Jr. Two new members, J. K. Doug front cf him his car hit the soft In "the court house were: Division, Air Training Com- taking part being Donald Bennett Feb. 10 St. Mark's Church

1 Mr. and at:Mrs. Robert Thompson Exec. Com., Jones-Langford-White las and B. T. Thomas, were ..wel shoulder turning it over twice. A. M. Lewis of Alachua Co. to mand, with 'headquarters at Lack and Harry Green Mead Lewis Pot-luck supper, 7:00: p.m. j
Swartzwelder of Keystone Post 56 corned Into the club at this meet- He Is hospitalized in Shadycrest Joyce T. Futch of Lawtey Blk. land, Lt. Col. Charles Z. Ridge- and Fay Durban, and Floyd Feb 10 Boy Scout Fund t

Heights, a lIOn Eric Vance, born The American Legion Ing. Hospital with Internal Injuries. 10 la the Town of Lawtey. way commanding officer of the Futch and Dan Wainwright. Drive: Breakfast &: Bar-B-Q.
3730th basic training group.
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CSTAaUSHCO: 1879 C. (_ MATTHEWS. Owmasvdarroie.Oftte :: LaraUM Bergtw: )C...., By Mrv. H. >C :MeKa* E. A. Strout! : Real Elicit: Agency: N r.an..erw, era ..-e M ".Ton" 'arenraianxf lfll" llk-K to im. aoo the ar ab. .on.. a... ''- I.

Paatittt.d 1-.rtrfa7: earl I aarteM M ar.....d --. !kM.I I C a a e e e a R. A. Newsoo soUl to Aa 1 -r..ar B .-r.-r4aaIDa ten lIdm..t'II"rv Court! and:<< e&a*.. wherein. ixntr. I WI1a6.!, TAT.RLaa.rY Or -Is w.uomni ont r, '.'
p..loon", $ Planrfr, ....k* i.Aru Ana n ... t."r,
3tar.r Tt wbnap .ddrn. u-
4 lit .
lane )( at the .- fltarfc rta Chesty C< ate.t a .
[ ,,
a S eVlb.r.ea Mr*. Robert" 3CArfcng sad eh1T- lot; Its R..tnrl< screen Juror "n ..:.", rximf.Crtitorr BnsUr la-fiana-
airuf. Mane, a plot of ground on }..-.>r Tork I T.lotornDIt arialT n.bbda '
: I are> fege.rrM' t* .,,,
rrtm whiter I eaC4 'tra' : .'lot her<< moKb. Mr*. VbilaQlAHAlr .nabrtary thus Order u* a.xt four<< wkly. .II J.
Road jni: a mile aorta *f tow?. T.n are nantrel to aDOeae r* rMrr tit,. 19/f, I. the. iLum4 ..
MEMBER ((3)) ?1949acs at.y tnnr day after _,. I reaOl *- :!: .... spent the last week witltre&attv ne Cermenara ar atayra laQtdgl7' Cart:tbe.Sad 1U.c..la.....the w.rwtnetuanfr ..bor.wm.4 i I iav SSitne.' ,: mY hand and official lith.! of.tOmcA. .I IfHai t i t.aln'ltt Cart._11. Sad.1.-. earn.. ."...,.
tr MSrjr: MieJUiael wlMr **, la Falatka.Mls .news 4&..ov.a PeaS 4f'tCe.att ..a 3trt'PW! 'ui toi* 'CaseS T.l4cr. .411 Aratord
Powder Box beau I "
s n"t1> .
Meatfk flower. : T......... .II<<&J Dohkrse. tluwOrdwt .I..........,,.. It1 Defier t. .at tier .... Ielf
.1, .
B.r..rfptM. its. Auet.gy awl atrawtt.ryW' .. Hazel. Saaylfiiut: .t Jack'. their ham* ls CUuntett .tw s.st t...... we...17 ._...."'. \L A. J. Th are I'It1'too Wte.1" nand .a ooltbrlel seaL!! AJ Clerk of said Courtgr I .1
IIIIAefI1ItIy netted the !bd- sn at star? Florda, this
T H. HiH :) r.nu'l'
sold C.
acm and aSearkq: _....ca. tar .z..fI&t'Y Haven Crn.bv.Juan o
I k.ep retnembertnir! the imauiMrpurrtnc .I safe<< tt W R. Staringsad presented homes> 3 1-3 mil**) NortS en RoadS r& tFBw'1AL I I i J U.i.lwrob. .., E.'xi.. St. A..I 1.rl.trAL: *KAL A. J Tix") "
Urn wtttt a white cfutr 1,1) SlL t.V A. 3. 'nomsa.j j I aetIM. Finrlda.Attra ; A. Clerk. *f tai Court. man.
PRErifbt-.frl: Mtoc.ie.tjf mix. .%rrccr: ALLTtIotI" : }1 to Jan..* Rodemlt of N. T Ptf 1-14 ft Zft -1 .
Jut CI *k w< *oJ<* Cnmf Rr H...l> On *r. D (T.T .
Other) rcat *1au""'ra $f Mr. Star-! t n T K*.+* C:.aiM>,... Oi f. \ Frank. taaarem. Mark.
", Chat nuns an xytr.ttt Jut ttttl that was DeW Of iasocts ia theIr fortnu of clflCl'1IoM Fi<,rid
'" was nothing ..,. FSrMdt.Atr.a .. cu.f '
M. M Bra-wit. 4CATk: Bradford .
Bag; were mm Lots Oirteea sat! Chi<< Mrs. Pledger Johns! ,. 3Crs.Robert I Cbwnit C n. [ Attys. for PIt. Salt ll, 2'liI
tei the PntsMant's Sea:* of tM Union fualwge to C-cn-* bad MM .lot1tJl for PUL 1-lt: et-Il FIorrfa: I. aftaae.r.
Betty s.f.7moa
otf :Myrtck. Mr A. J. Fen Fero A ;taewn.n: Jr..J'1.aI..tllt. vasFram.a I -
ervmrccf' practically" all e* hi* perms txntvt during. and after the Of moon emamereil frogs throated New. Rtvr bee Hazel; Crawfe4nt der. Mr*, J. W. :McRa. Mr. B M.MeRa j.I .ureicYneta. L. Ca.wl. 1IetolldaaLI RELIEF

u. paJp. Yet the .Once el! earn u snmetlhnc of a surprta ta> a good I fn II......s. Ho>tl1J_. ;Mr. and Mrs. Tommy : *. Mr.> RnaaplI Thomas, and .Nara, e1..... to, al! wee4..tk I Order"*.<1411.PvAHrMioei sad Notice I II QUICK FROM

many P""p><.-aruainjy' for the rsa-miv that this marked the! lint tans Of katrUd and theft fe'''jf wares Cape Sad _u..r. Mrst MagCuon. ;Mr*. C R. KeOer mrr......eoaewr........." ee: rue.a.;.tort..tl ..t..tunr.are fie CM) lit I tfr PLU'BiDA to: SywssAawia*.4 Dlstr***Arising Item

that UK ntire" Trunmwt program, ., .tout .but. *unun.4 119 to cap nil.fw ef jnarrtnr-; r-- ,, Alec Barnes aDd Charles I K wiu..a.,. Cer aseL ... t... the I"ttuutii STATE. .* L. who. .. r..iBkJVOWWfH. STOMACH ULCERS

%t. It eontiati ISfW wortta, but !it *wr*xrs&ooK 4-11 CLCB I tnr Yates*tiMwttlv wits the* elem..4shat CivancX. l .S..c.. ...tai. ........ 3tiMr.InAt. +L99 ftmrat l v K>*A-MS rkr. F P.-rfcwwe ci EXCESS ACIDha.e.bTS..eM.m

<* territory." wftvrt sleet!<< Mr. sad 3i*. C. C: Lw1a and The Suanybrnnb 4-H Club met P1oIr1.c.. PPrryma$ .tress nt !. abo.
TAe jpe& took the weld out of tA* sai.Ua e< e&n** who had b-- ILlwe at *!**. and bnttd dr>Iw. family' have moved tn BroofcerW at the ham ef Shirley McJ. _a* I .tIt..-.. waeld..r frnnw the tit.I\.c\..... ,edb."tatMroSE .,... ..till11M named F Urury Court Lath and LH>ca'ul. la' *!!.tk wherein Must Met*fir H WI C*. V*. I Itkr -.u.Jac

B.- wJ that many rf tfc* thm' *<* said Airfctc the campaign were" fore when tallNorth BUS then sr. moult. SatlU' y. Jan. 39. at 19 ...m.. Srn.e, by tn..ratatse"' iii L'mti i I Ia'n.aue't II!DiaiACiff sacks divorc*. Bradford ..iI.sS.mlr.4ta.aswm.
.. .l..tYIY "Oil. un.. Couatv' Te1..n-aDb shall oabliahWa or-........ Sawa Nano t.M .
te-gettJng purpose* arty Rc.* ( snow* B1TTHOT CIXCB8.nOX: ; present wtth J h I .J._ A of Us* prtgrftatp\, &t &*bf" did the' President" aa Injustie. Even hispoetical firt..rbeams Mrs. A. 3- Fender sad hr the Hem Demonstration Agent.! I-U 41 let f i..m*n.Ltaesr !sand and official ,Sea aw/e..5. ._<".a____
ennv1ne eat4roraul. c"-:;:-; seal AH jpe..rk*. Fto> >4a. rata Janu- /wA1.. ::- o!.ytjn S. wwe".
opponents ear* that ti* means exactly what .heaaya nearest frVeads gave' a surprise ML** Dorothy Rosa wen BuI&,1 Nis t:_ wr.r/.e. C.etr.rYe4. .,, err tt tf4.. ar.rr.. ....; a e .e .", **t
TTtuav so far .. R 1 I.M wffl late effect WJkoa crack" between .. Ie C5. J. Thomas M N Sae. -anM e. II daF"' JrullOka ,I
put joints
I .
: every eam- Mrt&day supper<< recently la <** Jao, Thomas KaChryn KeDy, Yare.rr. Pie""'.''. ""' .alft'. ... lea.:I'I rOF6I1 IAALs {..id Court.i& ASS fa "le'a .1--.,.- tully
pauga proitna- .h* raMIt th* toad* and heat. or of Mr. Y"""' '''* 32ad: birthdayaaatvenary. Joyce Tbomaa. Shirley McRa. eat FLbwt.. Det".L Can. Lea! Haven Crosby C. .aaa1M. .MMtme.a-. at
to cfear that tn* Tramsu Ttur ho. And I rltmem.b meadow It 745 t. r .*.Id.i .... tJ..-,_. s.....i.. FT..
DmUTpronrram Hi
it rata tnprinefpie << octane was this: t%* Joan SCarUag! Mary Pens, .. _......_ and 11_ .. '*. for Pit. I-ll 41 2-' KOCH DBUQ STORE:
rick wr initially laid down: 6y Franklin P.a !)aevelt. but slow.Tbeic men folks cam ta ewe at a time Crosby e.-rty.Joe Crosby f Jody : e1A're .1- .
rLOa1D.a M.aa.n
IS goff a good 4eJ rattlera4 M .it la <4np *dl in ra...-.. part BJTOaicrw swift but afwy: soft. and to hip store, ewyfc bread sad .Sex Came Jo Ann Norman. Bonnie I V aaee.r- .a rsn.da.e: t.:

tt MTBX hat. a. fr greater kafluene I en Anwvtean II.t. sjufenT.nmv ......., u4 trebi.dBrook circarrtte. while<< tk* lady foQu dark and<< Betty Jo Denmark. LXrw X..t u I Lit.eoa.l..r. .......... GIotIl a..c..,

and aim b.* muntfc mere" onfJtf. InchwiKfi! in the program: arc, water cntMie, clean mem.ed :and children gathered/ ta his boat numbers are Barbara ,': .Tnes are r+.tubwto. .11114. wT.aenary

a tazt.'y arpArf4 netal Meortt program; Uu fiwtlutr <* T_lopm.nt Jid pefciXwd.flmjtn ,I ear by. WHil the aves wen ear Jan Tttomaa. Beverly los Cro- samed. -=..n... and 19.1...I..-tae. r rI c.
dying Utm<< +erviM.. talking the! aiamtJf. .... ... .11..1
and rI
of '*.rnmnt : tin by. and Jody So* Caaon.O w.S I
pv poorer pvojiMt; coR>puInv7 |fiMt ntinn1S, mtffi !al hi- ; summer ptanlasrmoo, mother and children can late may eatta. 1 _

wuwe; expandrnd] frmmm. +nt M.trtng( ; aa near rn
""i at .sly Itae.aW.zmeer
mtlS4at ttart prorfcieinj bM mat nate tn: ,hor apply, !etch a.ataeL I trream aad bOow day"o Then the baskets of fond Shirley<< McRa President; Kathrryn -!' :my Lad and.t/lrlat weal i d I

tf prtrat ntrprta txd to> -ta <[anc* vtUek the Adrntni- For summer. tmund wUl .keep m* were brought: In and spread ell Kelly, 'ice President" ; Jo Ann 9 1al. ST n.n.totoetAL Irk.. F1a0'10t.A. rLe S."w.a1'7It. II I

Ua11tM'n' .u.f'.ed v'. warm and m.u.C. .-. th* store counter, where all .*- Norman. Secretary Treasurer? SEALJ ... S. Stoma.t t
Joyce Thomas.: Pa&bcUy Cbal7-1 t A. t'.erw .f $ala, Cesre.At .
Bin whale make moot of Mr. Tromaif propn.o'ld Clue taw ef eh
", arc now to Uut boppr, at Cofiyr.. To i"< them aD pad win Theo!' present for Uu* ooeufw)1t maa.The .llottAC'H.. Dneta haekanartlte. S".S4IT. FVx-M LineS!
Ofd test will
wtater beat
hi meeting held
not b* taujr. by nay "'-",.". < Yen tiiouarfi Ute DravocratiE Party has man really givtnga were Mr, and 3.CrL Ruasollaa Them- AU7' ter" PtL 141t 2-11
a Mg dote of bra weatli r. Thewtsd the bom of Kathryn KeOylnext
a w 1e ma>rlt7: ten brl brawhrfu Th* CwmoitraUe chairman o< and familytr.. and 3or rs. Owen
aom Feb. & ElaClmsit Cnun. BnutforitCvonnr..
blows- a mighty<< gate. TIM Saturday, ( t
ef the moot Important ennunittM bvbxiff t. the conai>rvaUv* wfftl'fJ' McRa and snn.) Harley.<< ].rr. Farf.f.: b 4s.aeery.lt.nsa.I
nnvr Bs deep and It to zero now .. .ptalamt. ,
aad "r, .. B. M 3feP.ae and faoaly.Artbnr T. \a0..a4. ; rx
th* party IUd Ute P..ptrbiraa. are oppnwHt to fnoett of tb. Prdoml'a this afternoonv' )<< MeRie. )oCr. sad \tr, J .. .
prq nun. Con* {tui. tJjr ice win{ lei.* to b.* Mtkrfierf witft 'tIIat toms< from now on so tt W, M'FUe. and faavltr. sad< Mr. I F r.rL. :Order Y..*r.FuMvailow aad NWite I
a foal, but: well beefy get motli W>} .* dr.)>ft.9 of moat of what h* IIIUkUljf .I* a ItttI terrifying to think of -J./j A .
and Mr. fl. M. MeRa: All I left<< :- Ii I ST_*TE 0". 'VEols I D.\ torte :
for.tn the' comtng days toe that west ELM+a 101:. Ca pa-. .. ._... ,......S....... {": ; r
any .-r nt. It sMuld bw r. Ii"l. on lath a iir. :'iaa4 0..0...,.tn. ..Y.w. *Tree 3 1 !rata A vna. *. 4 ; ''':: O )

the Trnmstn program' wnrltHoo! gent and furxlaauuital change,. tn not in th* worst partOat days. 'r'; Toa are reaisrv"t to aooear on .. ;
'' ..
Amer1ws bf. It there the'. snow is anywhere from' F &nu ry "'*. Mto lH* *o. r'
prtgr.a. tbmicM Conarr*** *h uI4 b* tnttenrftt very Inamed Co fee fffl to thirty feet Aftf. The P.ev and Mr*. W. K. ttfl were I..I t1tt .
cs.-fy by th* Anita papl" bee..._, in one way or another, it 1 > trams aNaIL viiOC '-
nttbp are starving and freezing visiting Mr. and Mrs C C P.ter- I CJ'mt'Y. T. !
*C!.r.lM Uv da Qy elat.l'lc"! of er. rprma." : b 1 1'I.i. Order' u> sett four weekLY
to death. A good many p. vp4* I son and family at Branford last i ..nee. DOUBLE GOODNESS !

TJlJ LO'Ja: rccrxD: Lr.'J04"'f'' : BCAI>H hare ben found frozen. Lastnight I week. _t .t s".t mv...... aad F... .....Sal. tai official< JaaaI Our milk is a double feature program of
we had another blizzard '
A total of Kf was" given to tft* I irrT Nett0'FICLIL
i Rood health and good taste. Grand for
L Ute gnat potw bum lowinf noUf.abtyv: There arc' ..ry : Th* roads 11
derudte bIdua tx*!* that it .la. drifted snow. If I can: ever get Baptist Church last Sunday. I Bv Harem D C. grownups youngsters, pours
this letter to Sioux it r7wk u, I>onl..... m.-i 7I LyneeI from the bottle in a creamy cascade of
Crrtaia io 1uiitn City can
< which eoa&i not bgtn to fin th* demand abort W* are sorry to hear of the I Bldr. JacksonviU FlorVOAHL << .
. UK ago-.oe& a* IwMUKhnM corn by airptan to> the SoothbtndL for" FU. l-l* 4t 2.. liquid sunshine. Keep a permanent fountain
ap'PfJ.&llcl\.a.e bon cutting pro4ueUon. ir.-.. of L'ncle Bob Halalop. We _
then' of hand with milk of
tIM wind blow the youth on our
Even. hi tea motor car. fleSd. where .hcrt j.* hare been hop h* wtn soon b* wed. again. 1q Ctrnait Onvrv. Bradford Ceoaly.rtorida .
wont and swtns to b flavor and richness. Place
trying hi CSas.ry superior your
tnt .tM*. eondktiona are tJuicjrtnsr npMIy. Mr. and Mr A. F Han and ....... :..... /
tear m* apart.. I try to think. as 1 a 1 1 ii. Pla.m t rm C4vr4xMtaat. order for GUSTAFSON'S malk today!
T1u t>*p rtnint of l abcr fltaliiitic report that at hug let the children of Jarksonvtll<< were visiting I. Brows. t-. Caa. :Yea 14'11.
> above of tli
poem says <*
Order o1 .
th* eonwamtYa dollar .ta getting( bigger tntnea4 of smaller. tn pvrchaaW. and feet ef summer. I imagine Mr*. HalTs parents Mr.: and PbiAia'ooeandNoticeASTHMA TELEPHONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COLLECT

ponver. Too can afmoot bear to flat km cracking; all over Ute sometime I am back in my beloved << > Mrs. H. MMcRae, last weekend FOR DELIVERY.GUSTAFSON'S .

country. Oil prtcea dropped again but week. white retaO meat prteeaverur Sooth' with the warm son Mr. and Mr. W R. Wood and STUART'S

13 t* 2* pr'..tit b.lonr last 8ptmbr' l..reM.Taa ahtn on my head.I << Mr. and Mr F. L. Conner of DAIRY

area reason for tbta cAaAe In th* meat price ntuaUnn was can vision my school. and hearth Jacksonville. were visiting the H. CYCLE SHOP Dan,1ft m.rn.4. ._.. __._- :

a better balance from the eneunmer' standpoint between lupply children shouting as they play. M. McRaes Saturday.We -------j I PHONE 2312 -

and demand. Plenty of meat .... .araJIaM and it had to err moved Never have I forgotten<< th* road are sorry to bear of the Tea**** Av*. lth SI..tsrk. _tae Maw II'-'l Fps wan.reay Green Cove Springs. Florida

and aold. And. aa la atway the taw. It waa cold for what It wool I walked so many U.to and Ubtess of Mr*. Ernest. Souther- .. Floefaaa -I5taes..aIT. ..i ,....e..a.. --Tar fad s$5.-l a.ad I II I SERVING STARKE DAILY

being. The million of people who buy meat wan the one, who '
.. -m Sa -
the giant oaka that met covery. I marl
the price and In many other flcfcfeth* J picture .la chant-tag: over my I l .
from & .eDer'a to a buyera market. bead aa I walked underneath. I We are glad to report that the ,)
few otrr want" to live long enough to walk! Browning baby Is Improving nicely
think that a wtrioua economic setback ia coming; down that IPfeIj1'111' underneath
/ after being a victim of pceumonia. "
in the near future, but th* p.aka are definitely Imttng oft and even the trees' with th.* mos hanging .

those. .who have ridden the peaks profitably for dom* Urn win doubtIe down In festoons To feel Ute Mr. B. M. Myrtck and aunt. x
a welcome: the change<< warm sun again and eat turnip
)(ra. Sweat of CatnrsvUIe.. : and
green I hare been embroidering: )''fr. and :Mrs. Robert Myrtck and

OIT"f'.TOWNJR"RIr.: : pillow case*. My one Joy these
OV TREES: : daughter Kathy. of Stark. were
Dear Mr, Matthew: days .. my canary that sing so>> dinner guests ef Mr. and Mrs. H.
beautifully, as If be know that
M. McRa .
Mar be I hate no right to pot In :two eenU the Sunday.BIR71fDAY
my worth". a* I am going Is bad.
a "rank otiUider. *a to .J>f"k. having: com tn CTLEBRATIO.V:
your town only a few Thing at Clay HJ1 are IdeaL
weeks age'' and almost' ready now, through fore of rireuaulanee, Lots of "ra..bernI'a... A birthday party was given at
to ,
attain loa the nvboYind North. th* horn of Mr. and Mr. Owen

However I am intennely iot".ret.'d In your recent editorials eoocerolog ered for the market and bringing McfUe last Saturday afternoon
a good price. They have hal e
: the lovely oak bees of In honor of
your town that lend "lIUCh I| their twoyearoldson
an at-
enough rain for weather. .
m/Mphere of el.... growing j HartO' '.
quiet !
/ n-a feature which cf )
com your townsfolk The new road loa far enough dome ,I

evidently._do_not. appreriat,.but which, to me .**n. obv1o ly among that they are driving on It and ) A table was spread on the
,,,y. ..... +. --..--..: iaimr from lot viewpoint of a vMtor from ay they can get to MaxvUl In screened porch and was centered *
the North or We CYoa a short time now. Light wire are with a beautiful birthday cake f Ful l those'Sbfa We'Seals..up to) fin M wide! And | ft1 J

oaks-th mi. CIII product b* Interested of almost' to a centory know that of slow the*growth same" magnificent*ad which. going Principal: op was too.sick Mr. several Maxwell.,. day th* holding. served two candle to the Refreshmentswere little rIe"aM feel that'Ataf Ship'Qide..youli[ ride in the level eerier section of the carlthat'&jtaPbise'pcwer !

om* of ,o.r citizens condemn .last week and Joenea Thorrpeon they had a Joyful hoar to-
to oblivion with an airy wave of in his gether.Hartey received many 111PftMnta. << Feel in? Beth the and the
the hand-wer* tb* subject of the taught placeRo*** are new IOOh.p.Y-8 95fi.p.Sixl
leading article In the December
Including a small guitar
Lane l of the Journal of blooming in the yard at fred
th New
Botanical. I
Portions" Garden. Langs. They have torn darn with which he tried to entertain feel in front teamed in the
this fhoseHydfa-Coir
fascinating article. entitled "The Oaks of n..nfla" their barn to make way for the I his guests. Springs with'Para-Rex'Springs rear
.r. lit
signlficent la
connection with yoar situation in Burke new road They win move It to' ChQdren!! present to enjoy this
that I hop you will allow. me the apace for a few rxcerpU 4 and another/ location. LoeOa Austin :!occasion were Ardelia and Diana Feel the wheel..youll love

quote}: spent Saturday night and Sunday. i Hall of Jacksonville!, Lynn Mc- *
"Trees give' character to the scenery region.
| Rae. James ).fcP..... Ray and Leon
this, I.I
especiaDy<< trot becauo of the relatively' fUt toporrapby. Of Carter /have finished grinding'tan i
the, several hundred kinds of trees with which Florida < now. Lela Mae has a little ;' Thomas, Geraldine and James 1
the oaks are the most Important Is blessed puppy JoT for her little sick girl I i I Fender", Kathy Myrtck. Barbara.IJarkl .
by reason yf both number and I I *. and Betty Johns. Ronnie
variety . Lorene Padgett say they steal :I
"A winter miss me at school.: Bless her, Sheaeys Keller Darks O:>le. Jr. New I
tourist making his frt! '' trip Into Florida ant.clpate: Mtrgaret< and Jack Padgett River Joyce, Anna. Ruth. Gloria

tropic! vtgMatkm and brilliant flowers on every side. Ice<< may (11oO'lemnewhat l I who were. married a month ago and: Marshall Crosby> and Gerald

<<: dlsfauslone4./ therefore. until h* reach the southern are getting along fin.. Canon I I Norman. Also present were 12 '

hat: of our atatq. Nrverth.less, a visitor enperlally. from the North and Hazel Crlffis of Highland 4-H Girls who helped out by / r y t r-- o .FSf! '

soon become aware of a consistent difference In the appearance of I went to<< Dada City Edwin Cnn..1/ I blowing up the balloons for the w r iltM. VI VIr1h VIu Ry'

'the towns compared to what h. has been accustomexl<< to aenr.: ( In went with them. Hazel enjoyed little folks. Others present were r

/contrast: to the. winter aspect of his home town strrets, hero there the trip. th* honor<< guest's grandmother '
Mrs. N. A.
are avenues of large. trees clothed with. d<
Moat of thes trees are oaks. Christmas holidays at Hugh' and \

Whatever took care of things while Mr. and / Nina.. sn.
time of the tourist et l
year com<< ** to Florida h* will
find the oaks conspicuous and attractive, but at certain .seasons. they Mr. Pete Brinson went on a w t..e w..aw rd.
visit. to Miami. I still mis )fr.
Are more showy than at other time No matter" what the
and Mrs. Adam Brinson of Hugh!
season<< of the year Florida oaks areInteresting. From the ,.rd. who were so kind to me In thone fee! that heavy gauge ,

high runner oaks to the 100-foot swamp chestnut oak.*; from the day of teaching at Clay Ill

simple-leaved myrtle oak to the finely divided leave of the Bhumanl' IIKLPFTL HINTS Here is a steel'Cfeguard'Body and

oak; from the stark winter branches of the southern. red oak to the healthy substitute for whipped
5 member box section frame
gracefully! majestic moss-draped<< evergreen live oak they offer a cream. Grate one apple' and beat 1

wide" variety of form detail' and beauty. To enjoy and really appreciate one egg white until it holds in 9 d r. 59% more rigid

them, one mat come to<< sec them." pesks. Add An* cup of sugar

.. beat well and fold In the grated

Yes Indeed--to appreciate them one must apple and a few drops of vanilla. *
come to see them Us Feel those A1agfc Action'brakes. up to 35% easieracting..theyrre'IGngSIze'tooyour
as a for
but It Is up to you Floridlans to preserve" them and protect: them so topping dessert.

that w* might enjoy their majestic beauty on our visit/ to your When making a new dream crochet
lovely state.I thee side loops for your belt.I .
I find them better and
most Invisible.
hop you will. forglv me, an outsider "batting In" on this Fasten securely on the '

affairbut, you see. I do after all, have a selfish Interest la the' under side. our BurglaryPolicy tVl

matter .I want your trees to still be here when I come back agar The wind There's
continues to blow. 3A. r in future
-'Down Easter""ANNIS The sun la shining. I read In my '

new Bible a bit every day. In pays for 49 FORD

Luke chapter 17. Jesus describes "Drive oaf /andf
His. second coming. Verse 33. what is stolen or

iTs "1n that night' there' shall be El tie d difference
two men In one bed; the one shall

be taken and the other left. Two destroyed ____

CONCRETE BLOCKSReady women shall be grinding one shall ,_ r rt Dwtar Yam r. r MM k .. r>W MM $lire. SM4n t_.rJ-llSC: mm*,
b* taken and the other left. It Charley E. Johns IMM lIkt tats -.totft t_ $ Mnwh Soe__IW W M iota
Mix Coawrete Builder" Hardware seems the just shall b* taken up

)colt Everything To Balld Repair.. *r Retnodrl to Heaven and those unprepared Agency
left. behind. Phoo II STAJtU FLA.
That gives us plenty ,
ANNIS IIUILDING SUPPLIES inc. to think about. Willie bird la sing Andrews Motor Co.

1034-1018 W. tale Street South ing. My rooster under the porchIs .

rba. SI7 211 OAI.NKSVILJJ5 P. O. Bo. 42 cold. I know, but h. still crows.
I give him warm food.,
Pko 113
"k.ermseuM. Tnt TL4VIIII.tsrlred: SladeFIavtt4I -
Cod bins you all LOVE-LURA


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RURAL COMMONSENSE WHAT OTHER In rlrrnlt. ("......t. Hrndford. CnoMr, You are rooulreil, to enDear on the public' wolfnrn and, health or to PortIon B. Thin ordinance. .
Kliirldni. In hnneerr February. 14th 1 )4':'. In the abovo protert the adjacent property .. Come effective nhnll h
I Diminishing Of EDITORS THINKMAN .lean Uarite, )'IMlnllr."llJIam named Court and cause wherein 'trnlnnt rtanKer to fire l>nit><1ln" of I J,F.'.brii/sryv./ .A. D.i on 549.the 10th day it
Supply Quail Kiivone: U.ime, fvmlunt.! Ca_* Nu. tiiiiniliiUon.' and harboring initkttn8m I I _..
: 71114Order. plaintiff seeks divorce.. Bradford I 'Unn( 1. Where. any owner of I Thin ordinance shnlFhe DibiTh'i.not's .1
of Pnbllrnllan. A ViXIre fatppmr. County: Tfli'irranh shall publish; 1 mtlil, property shutS. fail i a week for two cnnnciitlv<
CU\Y ELECTRIC CO-OP AND TilE MULE mute of .'...,..101" tat this (Order in next four weekJv I after ruri-lvlnit. 10 .1.." written or retum notlre'In I I[ weeka In the Bradford County Tel :
Efforts To Restock Fields SHOWS HOW GRO('.. CAN \Villluni F.u..n. Oa..., honurilUonri 1811l1l'a. comply with the provisions. of graph..
'I: Speeds OBTAIN GOOD RESULTS: Over the hill trailed a man behind .* I In, unknown: Witness mv hand and 1 official :thin ordinance, null) peraon Khali haauhjert I. A. Cnnovn, President. of City
a mule drawing V. ar" r"'I"I.,1 t. appear on sell' I at Marke' Fluilda.. thla J.inu- upon rnnvlrtlnn thereof to I ("...inci lI.
, plow. Says lI'.b.u.'v. 281h.949.. In the above ... fins nf not morn than Fifty (IQO- Att When folks get together and the man to the mule n."".... L'.t sI! cause. whereIn "oFFICIAL. SEAL) A. :J. Thomaa I 00)) I>nllitr nr Nlxly' (Iflfl) ilayn To the Honorable Slnvor. of the
The welfare of Florida quail they reduce to a mtnumum in cooperate with each ot>er for "Bil you are a mule the son of plaintiff seeks divorc. a'hl .u.'nelv A. Clerk l-lty JHII or hut h """h fine City nf ",....k.: t hereby certify
of aaid Court.
rhllil I rira.lfor.l pf 1"1
I has become of paramount Interest their foraging' areas. They appreciate their own good and for their a jackass, and I a man made in County Telegraph shall mihllKli, thlOrilnr nv Haven Crosbv. J). C. ICe Imprisonment Mayor In tho discretIon that Inane*the wan above duly and ailoptiM forea-olnir and paaaed ord.
I to residents and visitors frequent supplemental In next four weekly \IBIIU.K. T Flank 1.itn.li U"',, Stork, Florida" by the ;
alike neighbors good they usually succeed the Image of God. Yet here we WItness Attya. fur rif. 1-14 4t '-4 Heel Ion II. In ll... nf aurh City Council of tho City of
I I who have viewed with great con feedings of kind of grain. and my and "rrlrt..I..I and! Imprlrinnment. the stark on the 18th day of January
any what City
in accomplishing they work hitched up together year In at Starke, Florida title January fln"l A. D.. 194*).
: cern the proposed quail trapping almost every farmer will scatter set out to do. and year out. I often wonder if *7, 1941.OFFICIAL. I 'Ulnl'l'l..J siNO.. tir.\ ordinance perform She, foil work the retjulrefl coma hV'... Carl Johnit, City Clerk
,l program of the Florida sports. a little of his chicken feed for ( SRAL A. J ThomaaA %. Ordlnane, to rp.iuirt> owner.* of .shall become n lien against the The above .and foregoing. ordtnnmwan <,"
A striking example of what you work for me or I work for Clerk nf aalil Court. property. ) I i. clean and clear unilrrbr received by me unit approved hy
, men and the Game them birds to them workingover Hv iraypn. (Cronbv T>. C. perty on which the work I is ..
Commission keep .rliliimtl' other flobrl urn .....< me on thin, the nth day of Janu-
'. Quail Specialist. his gardens and fields. people can do when they :work together I you. John J. )MenderHOII, a.1.: St. Acestin. ,.- l.itt amid vutllmr Into proper c..ntil* Portion 4. All lawn anti parta pro// cry A. r>'. 1945.
"Verily. I think it Is a partnership ., Florida.Attye. hoC prnprrlr r...i.*rliii. ....*!. wwrltt '.1t. laws. In conflict herewith ar* 3.: I*. Roberts, Mayor of the City'
Scheduled to begin Immediately Quail hens are persistant layers la the Clay Rural Electric between a mule and a fool for 1'lf. 1-28 4t '- h. .....+ ti> .........t... the publiC by repealed. I of Hiarke. 1-28 2t :2-4
'. the end of and when in their nest Two thousand five) I welfare Musi ...."11. .* t. |*...1..>C,
I upon the quail hunting eggs Cooperative. for surely I work as hard as you. I. Circuit Cunrt.. Bradford. Con.t>., tin ...J...-... property. mmmtnmt 4..-.
- season the quail traps will be are molested. they will continueto hundred persons. the great ma- if not harder. Plowing or cultivating Florida In I'.knarerr.Ira .. a.r *0 fire kreedln. nf -niniiqnllon.nnd .:

furnished by the State Game & lay until they have a full jority of whom were from farms. we cover the same distance 1-abnn Hlrlck lanil., J'liUntlff., va. harknrlnor nf nnalften. nnd pro i
Pauline rio..., .rltrlckland. Defendant. vldlno; for tko violation nf lla terniand
I Fresh Water CofnmlMlon. The clutch of 20 and sometimes 23: attended the recent annual meet- but you do it on four legs and I Can* No. Ton.t. pravlHlnnn. Knowledge of Pharmacy

I plan Is to Issue traps to all ..portamen's eggs. In 23 days all eggs will ing of the cooperative to hear reports on two. I therefore, do twice a* Order of r..11..,..... A Notice. CeAppear. WIIKHKAH after du* ennaldern.tkm .
Stale nl .'1..1... the
lot ,
. Ctly Council I of the City
I clubs whose members de. hatch simultaneously from their of their cfflcals to pass on much per leg aa you do. 1'111111" Free*. Htrlckland whoa of Htarke, Llradford; County, FlorIda -

sire to participate In trapping city thick glossy' white conical shells. matters pertaining to the organization "Soon we'll be preparing for a realdencn and .addrena \unit. known la of the opinion .that It would. UNSEEN BUT ESSENTIALTO
la. Conwav, t*. I', be In the piibllo, Interest .
I and suburban quail for transportation The young quail are born with a and to review with pride! corn crop. When the crop is harvested Ton .are required. to appear on property ownera lo rleun. and, require char'

1 to fields :which will provide heavy coat of down and are Immediately the growth and success of the I give one-third to the February 28th 149, In the above und' . named. Court and wherein\ \
rauae alI..t.* anil puttlna; Into propercondition ,
I the natural habitat for these ambulant flrst seeking cooperative.Most landlord for being so kind as to plaintiff aeeka divorce outS runtodv. prnpiTtv n'I"lrl"1/ '

. little game bird,*. and which. from Insects for their diet. Both par of the cooperative members let me use. this small speck ofOoda of children llradfnrdCounty work to tin ilotie, to promot I thn I'
Tpleicraph shall publlKh.. this public I wplfur I ami health. to
: their city locations Is too far ents accompany the brood and live out in the country where universe. One-third goes to Order In next four, weekly limueaWltnena the ndjarent prttpertv" aaalnHtdariKer )

. distant for them to travel on their eventually several families of they at one time did not have you and the balance Is mine. I I mv hen, and ..lilch'I..1. to fire, hreedlnu of miauulloN ,. I
. will at H'nrke, Florida 'thla January and. harborlnK. I i.f ssii ken.
own. Two years research by field quail bevy together during electric power and the primary divide my (portion among seven 20. IIM1 NoV: THKHKKOUK: : :, lie It iirdulned .
i officers of the Game Commission the day searching for weed seeds reason' they have it now is the children six hens two ducks anda (.OFFICIAL fir. \1.) A. J. Thnma bv the CitY Cnum-ll of 'th. I u1' "" _
r shows that and Insects for their An Cli-rk nf aid Court. City of Stalks. llradfurd County,
the banker."If

quail breeding In preference.At assistance! they obtained from nv Ifnven. froabv, n. C. FlorIda\ :
suburban and city areas In central night the male parent calls the Rural Electrification Administration we both need shoes you .'John .1 I MenderBun. KHO..: St. Auiruatine. Hertlon 1. All owner nf ,property I4
and south Florida have degenerated his brood and each chick recognizes and their willingness! to get 'em. Bilk you are getting the I .*FloridaAtty for' flf. 1-28 4t 2-18 Im-aled.' within Cuuiitv the, Klorldn City ,of from Stark.Jlriulford anlII .-, I tk __ _________ ef,

to a sub-species of the Its own parent. The Bob best of me and I ask Is it I 9. IW 1 ""i1
work together to obtain It. Not you. the piiHHiiKa' nf thla I ordinance I *
original Florida quail. Only In tho White :will continue to call until who wants from fair for a mule a son of a jack. In flrenlt Cunrt.. llradfnrd ronnly., hiill I :be reritilred: tn, flean; and j + ,_ cpi
everyone power ,
Flnrldal' In I hniirery.Marlon clear titidi'rUruHhltiir und other dn '
northern sections -of the State all his brood have returned. His. the cooperative has it yet, but asa. to swindle a man--a lord of Church Colee, Plaintiff, brli on varHnt Iota. and put Into' b: '

J where the quail are still travelingthe plaintive call throughout the late more than 6,000 farm families are I creation.-out of his sustenance? Mtanlev V. Cole, cfumlaut. C'a proper romlltlon property, reitulrlnir _
7012.Order Much work to 1 lot done, to
hours of No v.\\ > iiromtitaDENEFIT '
piney woods are the birds of night will indicate that getting power from it and the "Why you only help to plow "r Pnhllcatlnn 'Vnlloe. ,

:normal size and weight. In the some one or two of his little flock cooperative la working as rapidly I and cultivate! the ground and I '|inear." Sa. .. ..r. Klorldn. ,
city areas a few families of quail failed to come home. alone must cut shock and husk .onh'Y C' C'.i'i', WOn, iYNiiPflClast .
as possible to extend its service to known .anil nddieHa. la. 1421\\
intermingle season after season The year long effort of sportsmen all who need It. the corn while you look over the Front HI. MorKnn (ltv, oniiilitn. : 'tjL.
cattlemen and farmera to You nre rniuireil, to ni pi'flr nnPehrltnrv ..tW$ Il,1' :
Interbreeding like the San The Clay Electric Cooperative pasture fence and hee-haw at me. 2ftth., I14H: In the 'above ,
Bias Indian, the result Is an off rid their surrounding territory of "All Fall and moat of the Winter nnnteil, (',,ut and! CHIIHV. whereinpliilnllff '

spring of continuously. smaller size enemies of the quail has met with started 10 years ago with less the whole family from Gran- name. seeks divot unil llradfori rhiinoeof r..'-.:''- -r.-: ....Sf'. .-_.._. :

and strength\ reason after season. an appreciable degree of success than 2,000 members and with ny to the baby picks cotton to County, TflvKraph uluill, I'lIhlloh thinOri1ir ; "11..,.. ti- -'ro'''''-.:::..-:;. .
farm families In three .
and only counties In next four weekly iNNiieiiVltnifiH .
The fore-runner to the
was a
Flol'ldWildlife/ Federation help raise money to pay taxes and I r
receiving'" Its services early \ niv hnnd and, nfrlMiil I Henat I
explains that the purpose of capturing present endeavor to replenish the ; buy a new harness and pay the Hinrke! FlmMu. thla Jununryan BY THIS
the and them woods and fields with new families 1919 finds the co-op with more Interest the I I9i'iUl'l'K'IM.
quail shifting? on mortgage on you
( 1"1'\1.: ) ,\.T Thnmn''
than members anti with
F from one area to another Is to In. of quail.! Many hunters feel 6,000 mOl'ethan And what do you care about the AN <*.li rk nf Niild Courtrtv GOOD NEWSCOMBINATION

srest the stock of tho strong and the aamojpgret nt bringing home 1.800: miles of lines In 11 mortgage? Not a thing! You orneiy ITnvnn J '"'ini-hv. 1 li "f..Ii .
hn llMidiTNiin. y."tRt.: Auyuatine.
counties. And it Is ahead \
heavy breed ot qunll through out a dinner of
the bird of the entire State. I I when they go out to the coop and now with plans to expand its about the mortgage on for PIt l-2* 4t J-l It YOUR HOME TOWN PAPER

thereby Improving the quality and kill some of the pet chickens. But production of power and to extend your tough/ ungrateful hide. lit t.Iri'lilt. 1'.....'. Hrnilfwrd. C..nl'.. olyos you complete, dependable
fowl are fowl whether Its service to more farm ... local news. You need to know oil
abundance of these little game ; geese i "About the only time I am l-'lorlilni In 4 h..I1. .'.

birds which once were 'a dependable ducks. turkey (chickens or quail. families In the 11-county area. better la on Election: Day for I l.onnl M M,( .\lIII",, ,", Jr.. I'lnliltlff. that it going' on where you live.
VH "Slllilix l \lili I ?"'Mllilln.'e"' But live olio In
, winter supplement to the na. Florida sportsmen are perhaps the Of course, there are numerous can vote and you can't. And after nut, Can'' :No "o'ifl. .you e -p but slip
WORLD. where
largest of classified Individuals other that have done Order ..( .I'llhlli'lillim. it N.IU-e. toS momentous eventtere 5 is .
tive food supply. group cooperatives election I realize that I was fully |,|>|.IIIOliife .., rloflitn. tilr in the making -evnrt which I tt but yOUfb
I Unlikedomestic poultry the who share In an all out effortto much for their members and AS great: a jackass'! as your father. >hlrli.y AnnI Icfl lion. whitNi I ropldinri con meoe to much te you te your

I quail thrives best when not In protect and Insure the welfare there are many other examples of I Verily I am prone to, wonder If You. nri1 IH Ht ruiiulri'd"."....., I to H. I'appear: 01Kebriuirv job your horn, your future totcoaitruclive

captivity. However they are high. of these little game birds. country folks working togetherfor 'politics were made for men or SSth' I Ifltl." In the ar nvt' ..po.'. end interpretations -
for their own good and the good: jarkassns to nnke nit nc'i C'liitt. and, es lisa. nhereh of nationol end. internerir .
ly appreciated by farmera or Jackasses
I I plnliilirf I I I .ieka divorce I I I,'," font ol news, lhr. ts no substitute, '
their aid in cleaning! the fields and Deeds RecordedRecent of the group but the Clay coopIs of men. County Tili"'frraph, nhall ptihIIMi. thinOnler for THE CHRISTIAN SCIINCI : :?
of weed .needs which Is an unusually good exampleof "Tell In neXt four weekly iHnueMVMneHa i :
gardens !, me WIMyum consideringthese \ lilY hnnd and, oln.'I..R."t .. MONITOR daily.Enioy ti tiajP
their first preference and compriaea deeds as recorded in such concerted action and ef things how can you keep a Htfltko' Klorlda\ thin Janunry. the benefits .. .being,

approximately 73: percentof County Court House: I I fort. As a result of their :work straight fare and look so dumb 24( 1K41OFPICIAF., er \ I.) A. .1 ThomnnAa .bll Info.med-loc.UI nationally

the diet. Second In their preferred Louis F. Roberts arid Ernest and cooperation the members ot and solemn ?" .1..I'k nf auld, CuurlMv intrnetionally, with your hoed to telect y kIfl' .

diet. are Insects. which W. Roberta of Starke to Howard. the Clay organization have obtained Wllk-Amlte Record Hnvi.n, iVonhv I' f'. pop.r end The Christian ScienceMonitor. your P Y4
nay ScM"n. rMcn llklir, HuylnnaHniioh. '
A. Stafford of Bradford County: something that makes their -Glo. ter. Miss. Klorldtt, LISTEN *
TuMdoy nigMs
lots 3 & 4 of Blk. 4. also lots 1. homes more comfortable makes i I AllY. for 1'lf 128It 3-11 ABC stations to "Th Christion evt

Arthritis Pain 3, of Dlk. 3 in Security Homo their health better and makes Building Permit In ( I.-..IC ('...i-et. llrndford. round. Science. Monitor VUws' the N...."
Sites In Sect. 33, Tp. 6 So., R 2? them far more efficient In their Florida. I.. I hnni'err.Nellie And use thii coupon

par quick. dellKhilully comforting help for E. farm and home activities than James W, Thomas of Stniko hAS I JtnoC, I'lulntlff. VH Flit ,hiJumeM today for a special| i... *,rf u s
....... I liifndtnt, I I''i,"' \ Hlin4Ordee ?$ .
'and. Lumbaao paine of, Sciatica Rheumatum, or Nruralfla Arlhrlttm.Meurltla. tog" J. T. Land of Starke to Her they would be without electricpower been granted l a building permitfor ..r I'lilillrnlloii. A \..h lre titpurnr. !Iroductory. : subscription. _. | Kiinttt

.._..... Works: through the blood. Pint& doe : bert F. Cloversettle!' of Starke: the construction of a $3,000 Stole ot lorlilii.. toliuvlil +4io.ss. ,.
.. ,..
I Jiiiuui w howe lenltlttiiua IH The Ch. fclcnr' Monitor
work ttiuaUy. enjoy'.n.. life allevlaclni and sleep more pain comfortably.so you can i 3,00 a'rea'in Sect. 23, Twp 7 When folks cooperate they usually -I residence on Lake Street near unknown,, On*. $....., St., Rattan I IS. Mats, U S A Prescriptions Called For & Delivered

Oft Remind. at druiflst" today cjulck: complete So., Range 22 E. get things done. the Struth home. You are reiinlreil' to nxpenr onKiihruaiy Pivot. sand m* on Introductory
satisfaction or money back: ......n...... 211 li, lMl.! !.. In tli.. abovenamed tub. .elpllon. I. The Ch.,...... .....
.. S
Couit and wherein
I ""e. Monitor 26 ltsui. I nclot. $1.
IMIONti I 53
,plaintiff' aeeka illvnne. llrndfiirilCounty "
I i- '11I11 I I S I thin(11lllT
I .. ) 5 III Teluicraph IIKXt flllir" WfrklV puhiltih IHHUI'KltiifKH -....... .... ... ." .. .." '.." ",-,
, \\ mv hinul and officio I neiilnl I 4 some 1

; iI .- itt 104'irk' !) "., Kim, Ida, tlllw jMiiuuryen. ".". ... .. .. .., ," .. 11
Koch Store
.- (<>Fl''lCi.\r. 8i\r.: ) A..r Thnmnn. .dd.csI Drug

I Aa Clerk nf soul. | | Court.tlv ....
( 1 5 I MIIVIMI' ii,...H"". li. (', "e..v'. '
lson (h'.I.)
-7 '#.ii.h J H. I liMinrlnn. 5nn Lynch, 1"i 11,1I I'B7
I h,ir, JiK-kKuuvllltt, I"lu,'ill 0,

o I I -'--- EX7'R14 I I Icc AU)'.. fur 1'ir 1-28 it 2-18

In f Ireiill ('....... llrailfiiril. f'tiiinlr.p'lnrldiil ..
In 4 huiu'ery.Melvln ..
% l forernun. I'liilntlff, va Naomi
I 7102., I Foreman" I "'''''',hllll. I'UNM. No.

tie.),? .l I'uhlleallnnnilce. rpriir. .
\ Hlnle itt i'i..rS.,,! toil:I
;iiinml; Forinnatt" whnne rnflen<'.
,,nd addn-HH l I.' I II Hmltli Slreat. Clo-
v..!.. M. I', :
Vn.. nro' '....1"11..1, .I.. III'I'VIII' OnVeIrary
2H'h.' 1"1'1. III tI". "hove
''',0",1 ('''.II't IIn,1 ''''0''. wh, r.'n'
1.1'nllrr' "..'u4s dl or' ft, ,1I1f..rrl
,' ('o"nIY '.I..h. 0"" II I"lhll-h I hit
ilrlor III llot. r"r, "u''klv' 'iii,.
Tr -" p _= rc' Wit I ut,,.,,. mV hon.1 10 r(1,<( ..rfl. 1..1..1 I I Itit
I'ln.k.. 1"I"'h't.' I tile "1111/1"/ "oy
27. 7949.
(OI"' 'Il'IA I. !o'K\,.. 1.1) ,\.T. '1""M!"' 7.m' )rOll del' The Most; And The AYxFor The Least"
A a i'it 'f .tI,1 ouITnven
ny CnMhy. I li, C. ,
'1' irs,oh f..uidi, ,, inn, Htink", ',,,,\ldi, I. \\i i KKSKUVH! : : : TIIio; IKHT: ; TO LIMIT (HT.\ 1'JTU-K:
Alty for 1'lf I-21 41 2.1 I IHIn

J-TiOAIS: Hut) FIMDAV! & H.11JIW.F.mW.HY! ) .: I & :5S'IF'r's
I Irrtilt C'..ui i*.. Ii,"i.i frI < ontilllorlilai >.
lit 4 liniii'ery .
""."iimn Kiim.ni' I'lalntlff, \ ,'lniiKamene.
I i.-rcndii,, '. nt.' CIHI Vn: ':,1111
llrdrr of I'll hi.li'llt Inn A \iillrv t.. JKUKLSHORTENING c
\l.jiri... Stile, off lurldn tin Ib.
.1.l mt Kanuiis who, *,, ri'Dlilern. .< nivtlnddiena .
3 69
5 IH, 1'nkni'Wii'' :
You uri* r.i Ii iri I tn anpenr, oti
Vebllllirv, 'JHIh.,I I III4'' <. In the ,nhiVH pk.I.MI .
niiined" (''',trt t nnd. ( .'".... \vh"iiin'
plaintiff I H..i'kH dlvorct I \I.r,1, I ,
I',.l,ft V T, OPtI.In next r..".. w...klv l Uem f
\v it Pious mv hand l and .."I. I hit I C' .ilnt I !!(; ; lumOF! ; I HAVO
Sim,,'k..i Flnrldii., tIlt'' .lu''lrl'|[ ,

27(fiFFICIAf'' I 1"11. MI15': \2,) .\. .1' Tli"mnAH Oclagon Soap 3 for 19c Bleach 3 for 25c
'., -
I 1" i'' fly HIIV..II. "I'rnaiiy Cli-lk, I'''.f ''Mild. t5t f. qts. -

T Kranli. l.iiM'Irnrn.. Mtiirke, flnrlda. ,
A tt"". r"I''Ir I 1-2D It :2-.1In 'IKKlorldai ,

is a 4icsdteaiers *t *tt4--feZZZsJUlvic6 &u I Irciu I It In.'..I..hnaeery.... Sirs. .)DI .'ig.n S". Tide SOAP POWDER '1.arge Ro l : 25c

1t.,0'n11 1 K i'i".5,0.l I'lalntirr.' v*
\lvl\ ,.. I Hurley (,(rui.y, fendiint, I
I il... No. 7100rder 7 I'
.. of l-wMli-nllon. Aollie lIttpene. ..

of two trim! its Alvitt Hurley. StOIC Crofby off r wh.'Inrldii...'" rl.sid.o"a ti.) Valley Prime GARDEN PEAS C

unions > la unknown. : Nil. ::10:1:
You are requlreil tn appear. on. 1
- - - - 0
February. 2Mh I'Ml:', In the iiboviiamid
Leaders of unions representing rail- Court and cnuKa, wherein Can

road engineers and firemen seek (to force ; -t "lalntlff Teletfraph enekn .Ilvr. shall....pilhllKh llrnnfon'nnnty this.. Whitehouse/ APPLE SAUCE

railroads to add extra needless men on -&ath6r.beJ irdnr I In next four weekly ImueHWltnea .
my hand. and official' \ lenS
diesel locomotives. This i is sheer wastea -na, # 4a ..t Htarke, Florida, this January
n. 1H1.UrFICIAf..
"make-work" program which would ( e.tI.: ) A. J, Thimia'' '
and higher Aa. ('(_rk nf paid Courtiy 24 OZ. BOTTLE cHUNT'S
mean fewer improvements railroad employes.-real aristocrats of labor! track and station'!. on new passenger. sail. Haven Crnaby' 1 I'. ('.
costs-for you! Their i is high by standard well di".llocomotiv... I If. I 5. 1I..wn. ECt"rk.I".trili.. CATSUP 29
pay any tiruntmic freight cars as flu on All)'.. for 1'lf. 1-28 4t 2..18 FANCY
Railronds use modem diesel locomotives bo- of these demands therefore would mean that; and on the many other 1 lets conspicuous d...

cause they are one of the means of giving the railroads would be paying( out millions in tail. of railroading; that contribute to Improved I. ('Irenlt Cnnrl.. Hrailford. ('ountytodniy '
better service to yo..aTwo unearned wages to those in the very highest; service.FeatherBeddIng. t".h'. I. C hNnrery..
faster I L.iht.ntiao. riitlntlff.' vailancha
men compose the crew of a dicst-l.! pay brackets. Mean. Lens Service To Yon l ; *C, Llvhtenhan.I DetrnIMotCase { :

They occupy a clean.handles comfortable. the throttle.cab at The the We'd Like To Spend This Money On You Hut brazen featherbedding schemes. like the CIr. No.of 70H1 l>.kllell..n and. %ollr. to SIDES ORSHOULDERS c
The engineer
front. watches the track ahead. You know bow much the diesel has meant to one now proposed would succeaitful, divert AppesreT.t're PORK;: 29
fireman sits and O yI.ultlt) 1 '"'
With no coal to shovel he has practically ;you in increased speed, comfort and conven large sums of money from our present improvement lunrhe ('. F.K. .hl.nh..n, whnae r.Hrl tb.
lence.The railroads have many more of themon programs. Even wone. they make ..no. and nddrena !I.' BO-A )('.nl.
nothing else to do. order for even greater improvement in improvements like the diesel worthless, by .ornery rltrcet J'8'hkv..I... New

No Benefit To You service to;you. But needles. drains of money making the cost of their operation prohibitive. York You: ar. required' ta .appear, on

Now the leaders of the Brotherhood of toco- such as this present demand of the unions for Them demands are against TOUR interest 'ehriiary lIst, 19.. In the aboveiitme ii-v-rj-Ft-A-n-i;, i.u.OLEOMARGARINE L ,- ';- -.
motive Engineers and the Brotherhood of need 1_ men on diesels, reduce the ability of -II. well as those of the railroads. They are
Locomotive Firemen and Eimmemen want the railroads to spend money on better service schemes to "make work". Neither you nor (pl.l..llrf' Teleirraph.aeeka divorce shall piibliHh nradfordounty thin I WEINERS."lb

to use the diesel l locomotive all a nteena of for you. the railroads should be forced to pay such a Order In sect 1ulr weekly' isastee 25c 25c
rail haad. and official. ...1.1.t I -
forcing a feather-bedding! scheme on the Proud as the railroad are of the diesel it h penalty for proKress. Witness mr .
roads. The extra men they propo_ to add to only a small part of their Improvement pro- That's why the railroads are resisting these .'I' ,nn mark, Florida, this JanuaryJFKirrAT.

the diesel crews are not needed. There is no gram. Since the War literally billions of dollars "make work"demand, to the .last ditch-and ,( eiKAH: A. 3. Thornaaa .
work for them. have been spent on improvement of why they are telling you about them. Clerk, of saId' "'."art.
themselves it y Haven Crosby, l I. rhnrle ,
The union leaders are flghting.mong K. Menu, 204-01 DiiarantyIf .
about which union should furnish Bid-' ., Jackaonvllle.. Klorlda
Brotherhood of 1'lf. 1-21 4t 2-11 PICNIC HAMS
them' extra needless men.The ,. Atty. fur
have even threateneda
Locomotive itrike. You Engineers may not be interested in this dw- In' .,( ::bltl.f.:; ( hnnr.-rv."'$. nrulford Count r. 39CBEEF

pute of these two unions but you would be limn Janonk. I'lnlntlff "... MarianJanoak
succeed Inputting 1 Defendant. Can No
vitally concerned if these grOUp It STEAK
I through this fdtherbeddiDg scheme 7077. of Piihllratloo sail Notice
of the .. ()riV l lb.JI
I because it would meaD a slowing up - of..1Pt'"f.'
improvement of the rsulroads-of p STATE: c ID to .
program We talk with ) jrlan M Jaoa.k. whose r.Bidenceid
outstanding symbol. are publishing this and other advertisements to you ..
which diesel is the .. .
the .....d. ** la: af Kitrt: Tr mont
Diesel crews are among the highest paid at firat hand& about matters whkb are important. everybody._ ..... venue, Bronx New York! .



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Business & Professional Women's Club WSCS To Meet such routine tanks as table settingand loose manipulator of other people's when a tremendous effort WAS
without regard to made to remove restrictive taxes
I With 20 Charter MembersAt ( putting away dishes go faster' money boasted of go- from oleomargarine, and tore
SOCIETY and CLUBS Organized I Members of the WSCS of the work.and easer with both hands at ethical around principles with $2,000,000 In his vise license tees downward -
Methodist Church will have their ing
a meeting held Thursday, The oleo makers made strong
Office ItMI..c regular program and society But when It to elec briefcase and pockets.
Gladys Mooty comes using
Murk's Parish representations Congress
Jan. 27, In St Birthday Party with ami
rhone 29 Kditor; Phone SJS meeting! next Monday, Feb. 7at trio equipment the Rural Electriflcation. Then the law caught up had constituents
House, the Starke Business and I had spurring on re-
For Jimmy Ritch 3 o'clock.Circle Administration advises him. Thousands of persons
Professional Women's Club was preaentativea. The measure almost
s-r=rtss=S C srrSSrttS r rSrflSSPflSrSSSrSSSSSSrrrsI for different lost their money-some of
One will be entertainedby against using both hands
organized with a charter membership got by Congress, but
Mrs. Carlyle Ritch assisted by Mrs. C. E. Hernwall on W. tasks at the same time. everything they had-In a monu
Circles bottled in the
Miss Vivian 'Beam Baptist of 20. up closing thy
Mrs. J. H. hUtch entertained ata Investment hoax
Call Street. Mrs. L. D. Green will For safety when handling any mental Ponzl
Met This WeekCircle Mrs. Gersha Shiver of Crescent birthday party for her son, Jim naturally brilliant mind! Butter producers were the opponents
Weds L. M. AddisonIn be co-hostess. electric appliance or when chang born of a and
they too,
City, who is Regional Director my, Saturday afternoon at theJ. well have evolved wield a
Ing a fuse avoid touching that could as
Home Ceremony Two of the Baptist church of the Clubs, was present to help H. RItch home on Kingsley Circle Two will meet with Mr. thing else. If the appliance hap. great things for the benefit of powerful Influence In Congress-! -
Bertha Pearce on W. Madison
met In the home of Mrs. Ralph explain the purpose of the Club Lake. pens to be worn or otherwise defective the world. The victims got nothIng especially on representatives of
The marriage of Miss Vivian Alvarez Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. I and to assist with organization.She The 16 children enjoyed games Street causing a short circuit back. Then Ponzl was deported such big dairying states as \\ \\a-

Frances Beam daughter of Mr. Maude Andrews, president presided was accompanied by the present in the yard after .which refresh there !is always danger of shock to his native Italy. consln. They successfully fought
and Mrs. C. E. Beam of Starke, and Immediate past presidentsof served ADDRESSESOF a delaying action.
over the business meeting ments were Indoors. The !
But there Is less chance of se- to Brazil settled
In time he came
and Luther M. Addlaon, son ot the Crescent City Club. overlaid This year those favoring
The topic for the alteipioon refreshment table was i repealof
I vere shock. If one hand Is free- down to a life of Inactivity I
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Addison of centered wth I the oleo taxes are ata..tlngoft
was "Christ SufficIentFor The following officers Were with a lace cloth. a I or Is not touching anything else and finally
then of semidecrepltude
Raiford, was solemnized in the All". Those taking part were elected to serve the local group: beautifully decorated birthdaycake. New renewal and of Electrtcty seeks the shortest and suffered a stroke of paralysis. -I early, and they hope to get
home of the bride's parents on Mrs. Jess Alexander, Mrs. Oar' President, Mrs. Marlon H. Faulk; Surrounding the cake were easiest route to make Its circuitto months he prompt action. And they are likely
addresses received by the Telegraph Then a few ago
the evening of January 22. Mathews and Mrs. Ira Wilson. First Vive-President Mrs. Mar multicolored cellophane hats as the ground and should be : charity too if the people speak up forcefully .
that will be of Interest to pre. was removed to a hospital
The Rev. G.E. Cutahaw officiatedat Plans were made to pack a box garet Burdettcj. Second Vice-Presi favors for the little guests. friends: vented from making that cIrcuit' ward. And there he died. enough. It will\ be noted that

the ceremony whch was per- for a needy family In Germany. dent Mrs. Thelma Dinklns: Recording Assisting the hostesses In serving through the body from one handto The life of Charles Ponzl passedon Senator Holland, for example declares -

formed In an archway decorated Fifteen members were present Secretary Miss Della the guests wall Mrs. H. M. Richard H. Long C1ewl ton, the other. at 71, will be made the subject that this ia one of the

with an arrangement of white' and pfferlng was $13.60. The Rosenberg; Corresponding Secretary Rlcharde of State Farm., Fla. comment, measures that can and should be
I Here are examples or two- for columns of printed
gladioli. Lighted ;white tapers In meeting was closed with sentence Mrs. Mildred Sapp and Mrs. C. N. Christy. RFD 45, conclusion pit through early, since there It
gold candlebra flanked the arch- prayers. Treasurer, Mrs. Lillian Davis. Miss Pecrey Dale I Azalea Road, Augusta Ga. I hazards: One hand Is running a all running to the same old as the strong support for It.
vacuum cleaner and the other -a conclusion as
way.The The hostess. assisted by her Mrs. Davis read to the group a Weds J.-R' Harold C. Moynelo 0429 Nebr. moves a metal lamp out of the first page of recorded history More than a dozen repeal bill 4
Cozatt Jr have been introduced.
bride had her attendant I Ave., N. W., Washington 15 I They are
as only daughter, Sylvia served refresh. copy of the Model Club by-Laws D way. If either of these appliances that dishonorable dealing has

e her sister, Miss Thelma ments, carrying out the Valentine which were accepted and dues Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Dale C, happens to have a loose wire or never paid. Either Immediately or primarily- federal aimed at tax the ten-rrm--- --.,".

Thomas, who wore a light green color motif, during the social were set at S3 per year. Meet. of Starke announce the marriage Miss Myrtle Reddish 3001 Alamo other defect, the current may run In the-end, it has added never a a pound but on colored

garbardine suit with black acc- hour. Jigs, are to bo held each third of their daughter, Peggy Clarice, Dr., Lake Holden. Orlando, through the body.In penny or a farthing to the credit margarine Include the, one-fourth most of them also
enaories. Her corsage was of pink Thursday In St. Mark's Parish cent a.
to Mr. :J. Randall Cozatt, Jr., son Fla.Mrs. the bathroom and kitchen, side of the ledger. Always It tax
camellias.J. Circle Threee met In the home House.'The' project-of the .clubs W. F. May chanJed.from dead loss. pound on colored margarine
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Randall Co special care must be taken be- and the
: N. Dutheu of Gainesville of Mrs. Roy Ward Tuesday after- "Better Citizenship." zatt of Miami. The marriage tool Starke to Box 466 Williston, cause electrlcty travels through The pity has been, through the fees, retail, wholesale substantial and license

served as best man for the bride noon with 12 members and three Delicious refreshments were place In Folkston Ga. on September Fla. .water. When turning on an electric whole story of mankind, that potentially facturer. manu.

groom. visitors present. served following the business 3.At Roswell Noegel, changed from light with one hand take capable minds and have
Oleo Is made from cotton
For her wedding the bride chose Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Circle meeting. present Mr. and Mrs. Cozattare Winter Park to 1103 El Rasco care not to touch water or the been devoted to destructive alms. I soy
bean and
peanuts corn, and It
Ft. Worth i I.t
a gabardine suit of beige. She leader led the devotional followed Members of the Executive at the home of the bride' Texas.B. metal water faucet with the other. Many have come to sudden ends the most
; wore brown accessories and carried with prayer by Mrs. :J. M. Brown- Board met Tuesday afternoon and parents in Starke, while Mr. Co. P. Walker, changed from Be sure hands are dry when hand but Ponzl lived on. With the natural market for cottonseed single commodity

a white prayer book, topped lee. An interesting program was made the following Committee zatt is attending the University Maryville, Tenn. to 2381 W. 19th ling any electric equipment and endowments they had, they That Is one reason why Southern oil.

with a lavender orchid With white planned by Mrs. M. F. Hazen, Chairmen Appointments: Mem. of Florida. St., Long: Beach 10, Calif. make sure that the floor ia dry could as well have achieved brilliantly -

atln streamers.Mra. program chairman. Those taking I tershlp, Mrs. Thelma Dinkins; Cecil R. Moore, changed -from too. Cement floors often appear for the good of their fellow congressmen generally, favor the

Beam mother of the bride, I part were Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Boyer Historian, Mrs. Grace Osborne; Mrs. Thornquest Lake Wales to Archer, FiaGust .' dry when they hold enough moIs- men. Somewhere, like Ponzl repeal A bigger measure reason Is that I-ousc-
and Mrs. B. T. Thomas. Mrs. Dcsta Telephone E. Swanxtrom, 7609 Morgan ture to at some time in his life, They
wall gowned in deep gray, :worn Publicity, Dyal; be hock hazards. Never wives want cheaper oleo.
Mrs. the Mrs. Hartmann Hostess To WCTU Ave. South, Minneapolis 19, touch came to a parting of the ways-
with black accessories. Her cor- Brownlee presided over Loyree ; a radio. portable electric Jacksonville JournalO'I"'f
age was of white camellias.Mrs. I business session at which the of. educational and Vocational Miss Minn. heater, or other electric appliance, and took the wrong road.

.. Addison, mother of the fering was $18. It was voted that Madge Mlddleton with Mrs. Elva I Members of the Laura Scott I* R. Galney, changed from or even turn on lights when In -Fla. Times Union
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Torldegroom wore green, with the Circle give $10 to the build. Lee Edwards; Health and Safety WCTU gathered In the home of Brooker to 102 E. 5Uh St., Jacksonville the bathtub or when washing Not I I'D l la herahy itKen to all whom

black acce Horles. Her Ing fund. A large box of clothingwas Irs. Lillian\ Ray; International Mr* Jennie. Thomquest, first Fla. 'dishes. or clothes. OI.KO TAX:: REPEAL It RIMY concern: That all irnliti, i i
corsage and rlHlmnnti nf the entata of <:>iixVlllliimM. |
was also white camellias. collected to send to the refu Relations, Mrs. Janice Simmons; vice president, last Friday afternoon ;M \ dpcentted. are to flh.
gees. The next meeting will be Public Affairs, Mrs. Flo Char. for the regular monthly Hints To Housewives A WASTED CAREER The oleo Battle of Washington their. rPMJp.tlve| clulnm' aitnlnot' jui.l.
Immediately following the ceremony meeting.It III on again, and this year It looks 1:.tatvlth' the County Jiiflv i I.;
with Mrs. M. F. Hazen. bonneau with Mrs. Marian Howe; K. l' *rrymRn, of T1ra a reception was held forguests Legislation, Mrs. Jessie L. Young I wan announced that this ONE-HANDED: : : SAFETY Charles Ponzl at last news accounts like a sure victory for) the con- Jo'lor1c1. within, eight (8) ral-.i"JII"months
( attending the wedding.The Mrs. Ward had several attractive month will be devoted to the distribution was destined for the pot. umers-If the consumers get In from" the first publlcstlon
with Miss Helen Malone Radio
of azaleas ; : title notice or 'hell' claims will
bride's table was overlaid arrangements "Put both hands to work" Is ter's field. there and pitch. I"f
TelevIsion and News Service Mrs. of Temperance literatureby He had no money and bRrred hy the Statutes or Llm!
with a linen cloth and centered throughout her home for the Desta the members. At the close ol one of the simple rules for saving left insurance. He hand noth. The public became quite familiar I "" This .Ianu..ry 14th. 1C41.leWItt .

with an arrangement! of fern and I I meeting. During the social hour Hartmann Dyal;with Finance, Mrs.Mrs.Jcnie Loyree H. the meeting the hostesses, Mrs time and labor on household John Ing at all. And disposition of all with the oleo battle last year, ,- 4t 2-4 C. Jones, Admlnletrntnr14
baby breath. Placed at one end the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Edna which has been stressed recently that left
Thornquest and Mrs. Mable Mer- was of him was at the .
and -
Mrs. Stella "
Avery --
of the table three.tiered Newsome, served refreshments. Kopel- In studies of In -
was a sereau, served refreshments. efflency house. discretion of public authorities in
wedding cake topped with a mln- QUBOS.I Mrs. W. N. Johnson's Invitationfor work. For example woodwork can Rio Janerlo. 'I h

ature bride and groom. Spaghetti Supper I the next meeting was accepted be ;washed faster if one hand The times when Ponzi Boston I ALVAREZ' STORE Establish i : 1891 11\\1\\
Mr. & Mrs. Ritch '
Mrs. Rosa Hall kept the bride'sbook. ClassThe and a guest speaker will be on washes while the other dries, and financial plunger and ta t-and. .
Enjoyed By -- --- -- -- -
Mrs. Larrine DuBose Hosts To ClassMr. the program.
served the wedding cake and Miss I .
Bible Class for and
Margaret Beam served punch. women of the First Presbyterian and Mrs. Jim Ritch were Beam Home Scene
Besides members of
the immediate -
Church was entertained at the hosts to the Young Adult's Clans
families out of town guests home of Its teacher, C. M. Tur- ot the Methodist Church, at their Of Birthday Dinner '

Included Dave Penoyer Mr. and ncy, at the State Farm last Fri. State Farm home, Thursday even. I \
Mrs. Harold .
Yarbrough, Daisy day evening.Mrs. ng of last week. Russell Judd Dickie DuBoae ;
E. Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. hitch, newly elected president Dave Penoyer, and Jimmy Thom.
Lloyd E. Greek all of Turney had prepared a
Jacksonville.Mr of the club, presided over as were joint honor guests at a
and Mrs. Addlson will make delirious spaghetti!' supper which the business meeting. Flan were birthday dinner given on January i.1 J '.,: J's _
their homo In Jacksonville was enjoyed by the 25 members made for 31) by Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Beam. '
members of the Clans /
present. In the business meeting/{: to- attend the Young Adult Sub- Other guests enjoying the occasion '
which followed officers were elected were Miss Thelma Thomas -
Woodman Circle District in Gainesville
%.... for the year 1910: teacher, C. this Mrs. Herbert Deal Mrs. Russell Judd, Jack and D.V. ,
evening. ,
Mrs.. W. l.. Andrews, president M, Turney, co-teacher, Mrs J. Sunday School teacher, will lead \ Judd, Ginger Thomas, Miss
of the Woodman Warren Kaufman president, Lorraine DuBoae and Miss Margaret .
Circles, urges\ the devotional at this
Thomas McNeil, treasurer, Guy meeting / Beam of Jacksonville and b.a:..:..::. \.'\ '
every member to which will Adult ,
attend the comprise Young -i *
Andrews Pnd secretary, Mrs. J. Ed Hollls of Social Circle m l m/{ I,
meeting Tuesday ,night, Feb. 8, e>rc>sentatlves from Bradford, Ga.
for the purpose of installation of N. Walker. lachua, UnIon. Putnam and Clay STRETCH YOUR BUDGE'T WITH A&P's
Recent Births
officers. Refreshments will bQ The Class::: began membership Counties. ,

served. I contest to lost during February Mrs. Ritch served a sandwich Mr. and Mrs. James Jackson "f -

and March. The present class was courep, following the business I Hodges Jr. of Olustee, a son, :
'divided Into two groups! under meeting. I John Leon born Jan. 25. : ;CANNF'FOODS

I the Captaincy of Mrs. Estelle .i

I Black and Mrs. Vincent St. John. I c

PICK POINTNo I They will seek to bring new members _
Into the class <#
and Sunday
matter how you like to School. The winning side will be .. : 'SUPERRIGHT'TALCO FEEDS ANN PAGEBEANS

write, Entorbrook haa the pointto given a dinner by the losers' at .; MEATS _______________ !
suit your tutet the close of the contest In March. U'" ARE YOUR BEST

.E lti'l r----- lillY! Scratch: 23 lb. 1.07; 100 lb. 4.10

2214 s.tI' $ Ills- Jacquelin Prevatt It'.. been a tough we...k on news won at St. Edward's, and among GRADE A 'SUPER-RIGHT' BEEFChuck ''Laying Mash 25 lb. 1.17; 100 lb. 4.57

Has Birthday PartyMrs. gathering, folks Too wet for those glad to oblige her were In Tomato Sauce with

::1 Aunt Carolyn to get around much, Bobble Cameron, Ross & Elsie H:.. Grow. Mash 25 lb. 1.17; 100 lb. 1.57 I'ork

Ira and the even Pass, Vernon & Silcox Roast IU. 59c
Wilson entertainedat steady drip drip : Patsy _ _ _
tSSd fmS.Id1k..5 1111EZc. a birthday party lust Saturday kept most Callntreeters away Fresh Gr. H'burger ft. 49c 16 oz. cans lOc

afternoon from 2 to 1 for her from the March of Dimes Ball "'...111'.1". to h> all for I lona FLOUR, 25 ft. 1.49 23

''I niece Jarqtielln Prevntt, who was last Friday night and consequently now But I should have an Rib or Brisket Stew. Th. 33c _ _ oz., 2 for 29c

celebrating her tenth birthday an. spoiled my report of this usually awful lot to tell you after I've ,

2442 iwe niversary. brilliant eVl'nt. Of course, seen that Rotary Club \Vomanlesa Whole Shoulder LAMB. lb. 39c lona FLOUR, 10 ft. 63c

there were a few old faithfuls Wedding Thursday night .
J :: :t young guests! played games ANN PAGESPAGHETTI
out on the lawn where prizes who braved the elements to trip From what I hear, this event will Western, End Cut lb.

2901 48i.d3641 .....,. Were awarded to Elaine Colxon the light fantastic, but hear the go down In history and the audience Ann Page Mayonnaise, qt. 69c

and Albert Newman. event "went In the hole" for the will go down in hysterics PORK CHOPS or ROAST 43c _ _ I .

; first time In history . I can hardly wait .So long
.. The birthday cake was Ired In See you In the next Sm. Western SPARE RIBS, tb. 43cWilson's Ann Page Mayonnaise, pt. 39c!) *
// white, green and pink and was 15 oz. 2 for 25c
served with ice cream and cookies. Among tli<- hardy mini* seen

Hats and baskets having a good time in spite of the Sliced BACON, tb. 55c 22 17cTOMATOES
Ann .
1. 1 were given as ,.. Page Salad Dressing, pt. 29c oz. cans, -
/ favors. poor turnout were Gladys & Robert .,::" ..:! t/l4,'.':'10
Green, Grace and Don Page : lb. 69c
Sliced BACON
.1'5 Assisting Mrs.' Wilson were Mrs. t'\LU iOUY TIMIIJ'J' Sunnyfield _ _
1.5"j Edna Prevatt, Joan Smith Geraldine Collette &: M. 11. Rosier Red &: 'fUU POP Ann Page 16 oz. Peanut Butter :33c:
Thelma Alvarez the Ned Yanceys ,
r- Newsome, and Barbara Pre Jewell & Wally Faulk, Dot &: SUq( ro pcPt I

'53O ,."4 ) "? vatt. Bill Powell Nina Bishop &: Come t: .f/' "', t: .J1"a1\j1J;' '' #".,.... \ Center Cut While Bacon, lb. 31c Ann Page Peach Preserves 2 tb. I3c

Pot Luck Ferryman, Elsie. &: Boss Pass, -"\' .i'. .,;, _ _ _ _ lona No. 2 Cans 2 for 27e
Supper ; \
Lll &: Buddy Bishop, Josephine 'ir ., ., -
_= :" Fresh SAUSAGE MEAT. Ib. bag 43c Sultana No. 2 Cans' 18c
Next Thursday Johns &: James Alvarez J, E Ann Page Grape Jam, 1 lb. 21c : !,

Denmark &: Frances Colley, Her I. _ _ _ _ lonal'\o.t Cans 2 for 19c
In Parish HouseThe bert Green &: Hazel Fields, Char. Frozen Red Perch Fillets, lb. 33c

lie Parker &: Garnita Hutto, Bill lona Golden No. 2 can Ideal 2 CANS FOR

members of St. Mark's &: Louise McRae Billy ColHon, DA.BIICTARKE Frozen H. & G. WHITING, lb. 19c CREAM STYLE CORN .15c DOG; FOOD . 2ic
will gather at the Parish
L. M.
Gaines, George Flynn. Jr., '

House next Thursday evening, Gladys Canova, Margie Manlre, FL':. Fresh Dressed and Drawn A&P Small No. 2 can Libby's Corned Per Can
Feb. 10, at 7 o'clock for a Pot-
Jean &: Arch Thifmas Jr., Guy HASH . 35c
luck Supper followed by a Parish EARLY JUNE PEAS . 25cREEF
&: Dot Sale Better Luck FLORIDA FRYERS lb. 55c
meeting. next time, and maybe the weather> Sun., :Mnn.t TI., ..... Feb. 6. 7, 8 Libby's Per Can

Every family Is asked to bringa won't be quite so bad BERLIN EXPRESS Ann Page 16 oz.
covered dish (salad, vegetable SAUSAGE 19c
!MeritOhernn. lloht. Ryan 31c -
meat or combination). A dessert (.
will be' furnished. among us again after being In AlPS "TeleiNInn Tllrm.."" Ann Page KETCHUP . 19c Spaghetti
... & Meat 23:
...,. The election. of vestrymen for Hollywood for the past eight Plus Cartoon A: Latent N>\\.. ;!1.4i .

NUMBERED HINTSFOUNMIM! the next year will take place at months Hear she surprisedthe .... lena 22 oz. cans 2 FOR :Morton House Brown

this meeting and a report will be family by coming home \\'<'.!., Thur.. Feb. 9 *: 10DOt'OLF. /- PORK & BEANS . 23c finA\Y' & BEEF ,. '27c
given on the recent Diocesan Told only her sinter, Dot Powell, KF.ATfUK: ,

&teit6zook Council meeting In Pcnsacola. of her arrival date Sorry to BILLY THE KID White House 3 CANS \\'flfl 100%: Pure '
Friends of the Church are cordially hear that the R. J. Davis' 15- Fresh Green BEANS 2 lb. 33c
j: invited to come and joinIn year.old Spitz "Snowball", died IN TEXAS _ _ _ _ _ 37c -
.lNlW.pONT PINYou'll the evening's fellowship. over the weekend\ Not often I Wish lloh StrrleALSO

say It'n the ea'.Iestwritlag you hear of a dog living that CARROTS, Fresh, 2 bunches. 15c lona. No. 2 cans 2 FOR 16 oz. Ic

pen you ever uiej, anilthl Mrs. Wilson HostessTo long. and Snowball was on of the THE PEARL CUT GREEN BEANS . 27c Bath Size 2 FOR
I* aU you pay I pet landmarks around Starke .

HOLDER1.40 Boatdrain WMU Proud to hear that Berly Casey With P.Hlru ArmriulttrUriun I Cauliflower Snoball Ig. hd. 25cYaLOWONIONS,51b.19c Our Own TEA. \ lb. . 25c PA'LMOUVE: Soap 23c
La..t'orM News
finished third In his das of 21 ,

Choice Of I'olnt .35 Wednesday night of last week at the Great Lakes, III. USMTC Jim Dandy 'GRITS. 5 lb. Laundry Soap 2 FOR
Mrs. Ira Wilson entertained In Fire Control School .'rt.. Sal.. Feb. It .t IIDO 2c OCT "GO':; 15c
her home for members of the !'HI.K EKTt'l1EMONTANA 1

TOTALi.75If Boatdrain Baptist Church WMU. I ri Hin<> 1)0,"IInJf (Mrs. E. :3, Sr.) MIKE Cabin Home Brand 5 lb. SUPER SUDS, r ;. 30c

The meeting was presided over I was one surprised CORN MEAl----------
lady Saturday
you brnd or break a point I by Mrs. Ruby Jones, president night when her name was called Rulx'rt Ctutimlng-s Brian Selected. Loose or Bacrs _ _ _ 29e 'EL 2tc
or whih to change point for of the Donlevy WHITE POTATOES 10 ft. 45c
other reaaon. just. unicrew group. winning for her the coveted $260 ALSO -
may Mrs. S. E. Sparks president deep-freeze unit at the St. Ed
the old one and get a new one
from tin for only 33c. of the Starke WMU Mrs. E. D. ward's bingo game Billy Wild Horse Range APPLES Wash. Winesaps 2 tb. 29c

Tenly, chairman of Community Moegel won another permanent, With Jack. llan
Bradford County Missions and Mrs. W. I... Andrews to he shouldn't have anything to Cartoon "Pluto's KlnlRllnn".

co-Iead, were present and each wQrry about for quite some time *: Chapter :S "Kldent. of Death APPLES, York Imperials, 3 lb. 29c

Telegraph gave an interesting talk now Fnddle'Imbl>rly hada Valley"

Mrs. Wilson served refreshmentsat dinner Wednesday night of lail GRAPEFRUIT, 10 lb. mesh bag 29c

the close of the meeting. week to help eat up the ham she; .


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Mr. and Mra. J. O Denver t fretnt belH. .. tHe .... .
o atrq'c narkNaetcl Jantknown I In 2394 Twn-nnlc
pUblic pierce wlfteln tae 4 ley lload I.. .'..p..r ""II.t. A. I'). 1131. hA. filed -aliicertificate
I'lilumblH I
I Brunswick Qa. pent the weekend Bradford Hilites Inilfw ef the City ..r .Mtelrke. Flar.itlil. $tiih CarolinaYon : State' nf Florida, to; Kdmtind' I. In my office, and trade
L BITS LOCAL NE.wJ-J JLittle ] visiting: Mr. and Mrs. James Dca elurlriw. : efce KlKkt time after 10 art 1'11',1., to appear on Mi'I'.ha. whone. renlclenc and, a". application. for tax eland tu lnaue
? ..rlctc-k I*. >!.. ........ Neeeiee.ipaMleel. March" 7th. 114'l.: In the above named drenii' l I.,.: Z'UJ! HWIIt IMace. llronx. thereon In accordance. with law
ver find Mr. and Mrs. C H Naa n. II. S. Library Provide Ke>- bv I".'. |>......... ..... pra.liing l : lien, t-'ourt. ,and caune. wherein plaintiff New York : Halt! certificate' embrace the following -
worthy.Mr. Mlty ,.., vle.lntlc. .M thcreof.Whereits I nevka dlvone Hradfoid i fntintv leleitraph You are reriulred to appear, on dencrlba .property nltuateil
I creation and Information shall pubiinh thla urdnr In Murch, 7. 1D4' In the above named In Uradforil county. Florida toe
Frankle Wilson, son of Mrs. W. D. Faxon entertainedMiss and Mrs. B. R. Long: or ..f, the It has I'ltv come'mlmil ti> the of i 111.attentlim .next four weekly .InnnuaWltnemi Court and ('1111.t.. wherein plnlntlffKeeka I wit: HW"i of SWl. of NEi-i 8Ei'
The Bradford School mv hnml. and otriclal divorce I Illildford* County, 'leletctaph I. of I4M'I, of NW Hectlon I III. TnwnKhlp .
Library neal
H. High City tiC Klarke, Flurliln that In 4
and Mrs C. who Jacksonville visitor rePitt -
:Mr. Wilson Evelyn Soaser and Miss Joan were Monday
(' nicmtha there haa. lioen, out, at "Htarke, Klorld, thla Inl' 1 of Feb.' shall pubiinh thlK (Order In A Month. Range 22 Rant': cun-
has been hospitalized In Hope Carpenter at dinner Sunday of Chief and Mrs. C. W. Pickett.Mr. In growing; Into something bleak of juvenile delinuiteney'| an. In I ruary, IM1l :! next four Weekly InnuenWltnena I taming 30 acrea mom or lop,.
of which we are proud. the of Itt ,'k", ,, bull U ( >fflc.lal. "Seal) mv bund. and official neat. The annettnment of paid property
Haven Hospital in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Donald Long: la Captain of No 13 very I'lty "ii" \111" < X .1 Tltonniie, at Htarke, 1101., i 'thin ':
Kelley February Innttecl
Inffte havlnir been br..ke" Into byminor An Clerk of Raid Coin, under the mild certificate wa*
Practically student from 3, I'M!).
for the past seven months with and son Ronald and Miss Aliens Engine House, Jacksonville. every ,thllilren i utitl art ii'lea' Mtr lunthereby Ilv Haven fronby, n. C In the name of Mra. Jonephlno EdWard .
grades 7-12 makes It his buaIness John. .1.I tenderaoti. Official 8eal) A. ., Thnman. ..
released andVher.aa KMII' Ht AUITIIH- 'i
leukemia was Sun
on Moore of Tampa and Mrs. Raiford Charles Knight who Is a atu title. Aa. Cler kof nalil.. (" ,.
Klurliln' .
Atty. for 'If.Z. unlit certificate Khali h*
the I'nlena
to visit the library at least ) City Council of the
day completely healed of the Brown of Plant City were weekend dend at the University of Florida City c>f Stark' after tlti.. ec,itHl,lera- .. 4t 2-85 Fly Haven Cronby. O <'. I redeeied' according to law. tax;
dread disease. The Wilsons live in guests of Mr. and Mrs Alton Is pending a few days at home once each week to check out I hut. IM of I thM opinion 1 that won: :lit 'T Frank Tandriini Htarke, Flurldn, deed. will I"..,.. thereon on the ?tn
of the Knight's homes books, locate Information or to lie In public Interest; .11L wntiltlpromote : In Ircult I ( Conn, llraellord f'nnnl>. Ally. for }'lf a-4 it J-r. day of March. A. D. 1941
one on Dobbs. this week relatives.Mr. .
visiting read the* general welfare, health Klurlilat In 4 keenerrr. rated thin 3rd day. of February
the library
new Blandlng highway.Mr. Mr. and Mrs E. F. Miles had and Mrs. H. S. Burdette magazine. Though and niorala. ,. to piohlblt,, children' Mabel: : : Met. 'abe, t'lalntlff, vn. Rdiniiml >nelee of tItiillneliMi. for Tat eecl'' A. l>. 1949
Is limited under the of Klxtevn ,
somewhat to ((16 r
as yearieto McCuItu
HefendUnt Caaa Notice l it. hereby Seal A. J. Thomas,
give | Official )
and Mrs. W C. Powell entertained as their guests last week. Mr. and attended an "award dinner for books the 815 pupils In grades lie on the* etreeta, park. .anil.. No. 7118.oIrlre| dliidvie C. Kdwnrdi: holder:': 'Chat of Mm Tax': ; Clerk or Circuit Court, PraelfonlCounty
public .
at a surprise family par. : Mrs. A. I Brown of Warner Robins Philco dealer at the Seminole 7-12 manage to check out approximately .. plai'ea unlena accompanied within" the by City their.rHoltrk. ... Publlcnllon. and Noelc'e Certificate' Nr.. 279 third day of : Florida 2.4 4t> 2.27

ty Thursday evening of last week Ga. and Mrs. G. M. Lee and Hotel. Jacksonville. Monday even. 400 books and magazine 10 1'"r."IH.oiloik during p. Iii the) night I.line after

for Mrs. Powell's sister Miss NI. I daughter Zora of Macon Ga. Ing each week. The books whichwe Now therefore, he It ordained

na Bishop. Miss Blsr.op returned Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Jr. and Claude Johns Jr. a student at borrow from the State Libraryat 'hv Starke' ih.: City Council of the I'lty of I SPECIALS Found Only At Denmark Furniture Co.

from I[I daughter Jean. attended the FSU spent the weekend with his Tallahassee help In supplyingthe Section 11: That during the night

Thursday Hollywood. Calif. I Schock-Steele wedding at the First parents.Rev. demand. time between the holira_ of 10I'. I LARGKChifforobes The First Cane Seat ..tCa.e

where she spent the past eight I, Baptist Church In Gainesville Sun. I Laurie G. Ray and his Recently the library received the elcuK next p. Huceedlnff m' and 5 clay o'i'loek Int, each A m.;and of I .

months as receptionist in the MU. ; mother. Mrs. L. C. Ray of Lake SO new books and 35 beautifully every clay of the years no rhlld under Bark Large
tual day.Mrs. I the age of Ixteen. ((18 yearHiihall ,
Broadcasting Co. for the Fay Gill and Mrs. J. I). Wales were guests at tho home Illustrated science pam phlets. We be In or upon any street alley, Hanging ria. Fo Cloth; I Maple PorchROCKERS
"Queen For A Day" program. Doyle were visitors In Jacksonville of Mrs. J. W White last Friday.Mr. subcrlbe to 27 magazines. park nr other pnhllo pliu-e within
the tlty of Htarke. tuill..... a<*t>cmtuanled I lug Hat Hat lie-
Miss Sharon Hall had as her last Friday. and Mrs. II. S. Burdette From the traffic (coming 'and by Ita "parent or guardian.Mm .
guests Saturday Bill Marvla and Mrs Edward J. Schwab and lion 2: It shall l h. uiilnwfnl, t lraupr Glas! .
spent Sunday visiting Mr. and going), we really thing that the for the parent or nuaidlnn. of ativchtlil llgh Bixk KxtruMrvnglh :
Johnny Ritter of Tampa. daughter Anna Ruth of Pittsburgh Mrs. W. B Wells in Jacksonville library Is the center of recreational tinder the age of alMteen 1181 Mirrorultiut rinluli' ItcM-anae Of TheVtni.'riIe
year,. to allow or Mtiffer HIII'h chllil "'e want to see who rencN our ad _
Mr E. J. Dahmer and Pa. are visiting Mrs.\ and \
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Whiteof Informational reading. to violate any provision of the pi" wcedlnic Koiinclw And
Frank. returned Friday from Cad. Schwab's parents Mr. and Mrs.A. Tallahassee were guests Sun. aertlnn.Mertlon SALK' IMilCK n'nee' II by this SPECIAL! Bria'ra

lilac Mich. where they visited W. Anderson, Sr Palatka Vs. S: That All children I tinder
day of Mrs. Levy Canova Mrs. Bradford High the ass of 16 yeara r..g.ilitrly eiii.I 29.50
Mrs. Dahmer's mother Mrs Eva Buddy Faxon and Henry Man- O. W Alderman and Mrs. J. W I plovc'd, I In a irnlnfnl I I o'ii pit t.in, be,

Allen for ten days. aaaa Jr. were visiting their respective White. Friday January 28, the Bradford and exempt the name from* shall the bet and provlnlona are hereby cifthla lies. Price i 39.30() DOOR MATS 14.95NURSERY

famllie over the weekend Basketball teams met Falat- t ordlnunie I upon the* plnduutlotic
from their studies at Florida Miss Lucille Alvarez spent the ka on the latter' home court. if credentlala. .atl..t..to'y I I to the
; weekend with, her parents Mr. I'll iet of lot I'e, or any polloemanof
Southern University. Lakeland. The girl's game was a hard-fought the ('itt, of k: rtrtlfyliiK, tothe : Price I.unce Loop
r CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION r Nelson Faulkner of St. Peters- and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez Miss Alvarez fame with the score 19 17 in emplo\ment" cjf Hald minor thltil.I Regular $2.50
.will finish her bet. Ulclan'i faltttka's favor. The provided Hald "'pl"YI11."t IN In conformity Bath & Bedroom
burg was the weekend guest of boy's team with the ,laua of t Ito Stateeif
course in Jacksonville this week. came out victorious Palatka Klorleln relatlnir I to c
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner. over i employment CHAIRS $ 'I' iintiu t RUGS 24x36
of hlldreii.
Mrs. Viola Strickland arrived with a of 46 33.
8.t'tlon 4: That a II nrdinant'ea In 10
Monday to spend two weeks with conflict with thlte ordlnanc.e i are run. nriim!
hereby repealed, but aM tc all I ordlnam i. I'IMt &; lU.l'K: 4.95ONLY
; Only
her son-in-law and daughter Mr. Aquarium 1'0\.1.\1\ material. for .ea rviiitlittf I:: to children I ,: not InFonlllct ,
EXPERTSERVICE and Mrs. Bert Ellington.Mrs. Study with I thlie. otdliiallithe
Miitittf" shall bet cumulativeHftllnn 4.95!
.\i'lSOInF.U cOI.n'f.II
Hal Gillen and Mr and ..
The Fourt'h G"v: ,lii.i'.on vlolntlnir I i '
adlo Mrs. Edward Cole spent SaturdayIn Grade In Mrs Nor !SIM'Iii :II I of Ihla oldlnancii. l I all,"ii.
upon "entitle'lion i Im l.t'il,
man's room have been studying Pit 0 by
Jacksonville. fi".. not exceeding I lion, Oil. 01, by i Im. I -
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Partin and about the rlants and animals that ptlHcmment not to exceed. thirty" <(<::1(1) INNERSPRING MATTRESSES I IM.t'I"I'RISS
diivH. nr hot. h. I In. i the clu.nl, Ion tlflttf
family moved the early part of live together In an aquarium. > tnn\or I
( VALUED AT $89.30):S!>
Section' I A: ThlH oldlnatt, .hnl II
the: week from the T. T. Long They have set : .
up a IVgnllon takt' i rfec't inint.iist.'iy niioit .Ir.
home to the former H C. Brown bin' mi, I,UK II law.
house apquarium In their room with I.. \. Vt.,...n. t 32.50 Sale Price I
on Bay Street. flMh l that they found In ditches I'renldeiit. .,, (he 4'ler < IMIIIC,IIleirl ---

Mrs. Paul Canova, !Mrs GeorgeFlynn !: around their homeu The tank To..' .1.I Hi.Hum.,.....I. 4 ll.ml.>, I I,lerk., Mavoi, >if thn 5.00 .- Old Mattress Trade-in '

a J'tepa'\ and Mrs R. G 1 Kldil l are In contains grass, snulln. catfish, Clt> of "'arl... I 1".1" >bc.MIfy I I that I
'I I he* above and f,, ..
Jacksonville today on business minnows and r.gii lnir .r,1 itt"ii '
perch. The white I
WAH ltv. adopted. ittnl, punned, hv I the
PHARMACIST Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal haveas and, marbles and rocks add color City. .t'otincll. of rite, e-ltv if "MtitrlteIM 27.50 Payable $5 Month '
and Ii 'Iho t Int, day of ','hrll'II'Y.. ,\. I I' per
their beauty to It.
guests this week Mrs. IH 9.

Phone 64 STARKE Chas. C. L. B. N *eld and of art .lohi.. lo' lerk. I
< son, Ronnie If you were to look In Mrs I .h..V'; : : :
Jacksonville. Gorman's I The and foreiroliiK, iirdlnam.e i IS THE; .FAMOUS: "HOME: ('OIFOJT"JTTnEH: ; Guaranteed !
fn-the-Minit Service room you would see Vtitie ricelvi'd by Iii" and
ShepherdAt Friends several nppinvecl by nirt on thlicof .: (he I 1M.. ..Iay
of Mrs. J. W. Kincaid gallon jars as balanced : \\\0\
"rvhrimiy, .\. I H., I I'lt'l!' '
DAY & NIGHT Gay's Service Station will be glad to hear she Is rest aquaria in which guppies and ... I*. lloherl. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DOlI E T T ERA T

ing comfortably In the Shadycrest nails are !growing There are also 21 J-lt Met j or of ehe- 4 II.if
Hospital and Is getting along many pretty pictures and bookletsthe --

nicely after being hospitalized students have made. Honora- I.. 4 Irreilt 4., Denmark Furniture Co. .
Monday.Rev. ble mention /goes to Gail Reddish I I'lctrlilat' lit t 4katM-er,
.AIM it (' Myerie I'lMlntlfr. I v. r..-"..
Every Branch of Edward Norton of Lake I for having the best booklet on Km ni'I'B Myera, I h'ti.iulinl I lnv Ni|.
"Our I 711t .
land, who officiated at the Scott Aquarium". j Order. .t ltil.llc.atl.iei aetd %..tI,..

INSURANCEPLEASE funeral Tuesday, was the guestof The pupils have learned many I 'lei tppeartiili ,
of Klorldit. to I 1",'t.i, p'lilllceN ,
Mr. and Mia L.V.. Koch. things about a balanced ?\ ,. ,
aquarium .lv.'ri whono rnnfdiMicr' ".md ..il.Iru'U, -- ----- -
_. '
: | Mr during their study and are still -
and Mrs. Bill Lawson of -.
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Auburndile visited H O. Lawson earning by observing dally habits -

'T and Lawson Families at the Ewell o f their fish and snalH.nntn Fresh Florida Doz.'

H. CY i La\vson home on Sunday.Mrs. .
EG B [ Fcimniiilc-M. (,Irls Attend Homemade Syrup1IGGS

I 146 F. IT. Long fluent last week "axlilon. !t'tli.wLast

M with her daughters, Mrs. Richard 49c

Thode and Mrs Bryant S. Carrollof Thursday, January 28 Mia 1
Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED-
Jacksonville. Whlghnm and the 1 Homo( Economics -

j Dr. J. Maxoy Dell of Gainesville Girls attended, the Third Annual Made by Aubrey Moore

.-.-. ----------..----------- was the weekend guest of Sen. Fashion Show at P. K. Yonge

and Mrs. Charley Johns. School In Gainesville A

Mr. and Mrs C. A. Knight had Transportation was provided I gallon glass --- 99c

as their weekend guests, Mr. and by a few parents and friends ANY BRAND ,
.. _._ .
--- -- --- --------- --------- Mrs. J, F:. Powell and son, J. E.! They were: Mrs\ Marcus Brown

JUV'nn: $75 reward, for arrunt &: INSURANCE tire, automobile I writ liability alt lln and*.t Jr.. of Jacksonville. Mrs. Morris Edwards, Mrs. H. A

lonvlitliin cif party who took 8 ii?.. Sea m. for your Insurance* Lawson Mrs. John Godwin Mrs.
new "Sav-Oll '1-burner oil lienterM. need N. D. WalnwrlKht Jr.. II* Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Koch left MILK Z 39c
from llnulnh FtaptlHt Church. Clay W. Cai: St, Phone 164. it Thursday for Arcadia to visit Cox, John Carter Gene Kelly
County, KlmA: ThomuH, 1'enncvKarma and Vernon Crosby.The NETTLESPure
Fla ltl their family Mr. and Mrs/ Paul f r

MATTRESSES! Hudgins and Mr. and Mrs. S. W. show was presented by the

OF ALL KINDSRENOVATED Koch for several days. Future Home Makers of P. K.
Yonge who made all the' LardDuke's
Sunday dinner guests of Mr.

Save $1 I .. and Mrs. Maxie Carter were Mr. coats dresses.they skirts modeled., blouses, suits and

and Mrs. Carlton Faulk and Mr.

I and Mrs. Wallace Faulk of Panama I
BRING( YOURMATTRESS City Mra Johnson of I \"'rH''J OK 1"'I't'I'I': '%
Carey I '1'" IIeeiI' K < Oil l'Iil t IKfVWNotice 52c
I .Ar Lake City and Mrs Mary Millerof IN hereby give, under the :
TO I ) Jacksonville. Monday guests provision ,,i' Chapter. I US mi. Law GritsGttk
cif Florida. Aim of i 19:t 111, to earl. of &
FfRNITL'RBREUPIIOLSTEKKI were Airs. Carter's mother, Mr. I the c-orporattona Muted bwlow the
> \v. A: Starling and brother and .a",ie be.lnK I Incorporated. under i. the
I lawn, of lorlda. .ami ai-ct>rilinir to
STARKEBEDDING AND RRFIXISIIED fater-in-lnw, Mr. and Mrs C. B. the. record". of the He"e rotary of Hint. *.
Drop t'" A Card Starling of Jacksonville. each anti every 'ntie'h corporation. l
I appear' .l'iii.q."n'. | for three* (Ii
HASTINGS L\TTRESS CO. Mr. and Mrs L. A. Davis spent yeata" or morn In the fllltiH: ..r report MAYONNAISE

CO. Ilox 230 Falatka Fla.Fort the weekend at their camp on : *ptovlntoiia anil:' payment;: of of( haprer taxes underthe I Mti77.' 5 lbs. 21c

Lake Crondm.I JHWH of .'I"'hlil..ta ef 1911, and, '/
I I hat itnilnr the provlnlona, .,t said
Attending the christening of
RA I.":: BI".r. lots on new I Chapter IHH80, Alfa of 111 US. I.MWH
I\lRndlng. highway Il.* ml from I Phillip Alvarez Graham. son of of .Florida Nit ii inrimratleinit 10...yeIiiun 1 Pint --- 41c
And Save $1.00 fall HI. (Widget. Writ I'O.. UoK ,
sod Starka.1tI'Ir1)INcl if Mr. and Mrs. W II. Graham LUHHU) .. | an Hiibjvi to dlnnolutlnn -. _
arnl I that 'thi'.e (1:1): innnthMafter .
On Price OfRenovating Sunday at the Episcopal Church d lute e.f thl I 1 piil IIiit. II.I ,.. ..ac'h
FOR SXI.F:: dltn""AlnnA'80'x.0' i I and of aii'h iriitIon i llnledbelow .
were Mrs. W. P. Randall and son, every citrp<
: wood structure metal have I
that ntft In the meantime :MISSIONPEAS
ro.f. Hullilinir I I run I 10. ni.'ved .na .A Rill Jr. of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. I filed their I repoitn due. and paid
unit If HO .rlc.Hlrc.fi' 1.o..Uon: 7 ml.1 I '
D A. Montieth and daughter, tax dim under the 'piovfnlonn .t' 46 OZ. HORSEY'S
from 8tarka' on Halfnrcl road, turn Chapter 14H77, .i.l.IK of 1431 Law.
right nt (rinnkln Fllllnn Htatton.Thin Margaret, of Emilia and Mr. and of lorlda, at4 amended will beeiertlfleit 2
FOR bALK CHEAP: 1 Franklin.u.omatlc.lr.tt I ImfMlnirvnn orlvlnnllv theItellbronu Mrs. :T. H Gill of Lake. 10 the flovernor, who will
wood neater: KurlltfCM ftaptlnt 'hutchiiitiIeI Klngsley 25c
Inane Proclamation' at that tlnieriln
large cnal-biirnlnff circulating liMM.. ad4lr' .*Mtcc.fl' tn H.v'l, Mrs. Carl Mathews and son nolvlnir aid ccjrporittlnnn.llrailfcircl Juice 17c
boater H"th In good condition II ,,:. ftltxhaw, Fit 3, Bruce spent Wednesday and 4ein.,lve %amei K 101..1... for Orange
Uradford County Telo..raph.l Kla. will ba accepted until F..h'i, PeMervrlneM.: lae. Principal place of ,

15. 1949. .____3tp_* Thursday visiting at Jacksonville iaie. _.'!. "'01.",.' ..
YOUR TIMBER: 1' Beach. I Jt ia rurtnvr uir' .cf<*fi. inttr a < opv'
H, >til HLK' NOW for rhurihen. ICU 1''''''n... hotelt I.K Joalyce Graham Is spending 1 In the" l.rnilforfl (*minty 'reiegrar.h!

Highest Cash Prices Paid A, Hitl. NltkM' ituriraln HOUHC. *, I this week 'In Tampa as the guestof H ntwHpHi publish! In Htiirk:
$ ark. Via 2-1. I Florida' In which nunty the h',m*.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P Randall. cffice of th<. .loVe. I llnt.tortmru I | .
IN BULK FOR 8AI.K- horee with 10mnold Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham will '' tlonii are nhown tn hn lot.Hted 10 lbs. Potatoes 35c
WILl. BUY ,.
colt IIO .Ken fnrtn worM KvntlHvorka j 'I In wltnn" wh..r.ctf. I have hpr. ; ;
OR IN UNIT \ to anything anyone ran call for their daughter this week. unto Ht my hand and ""UH.I! the
'tian.lle her, T-' ym old AI-HO HHerford trySt Hnl' of the Slate of F'lorMu, .
end and also attend the
hull ready for nervlrc.He Caspar- ..
I to h afflx. tl AC T' lInhu,* the
I EDWIN W. PECK .t offer. buy.. t:. E. Wa..dln.I Ilia festivities while there. ('apltAl. thlM the Int day of HVhrurv. -

I John W. Turner Waldo. Zip 2.t Mr. and Mra Junius Smith A. U. 1949fHKAL .
Or ...
*) M. A. % % i.
I P.O.Bo463Gainesville I FOR SALE OR TRADE' : I spent the weekend at the Key. It secretary of Hiat.
I Fla. stone Inn. Keystone Heights ICKKKIU: ; FRESH SAUSAGE 37c
HORSES & MULES nHIM >''I.J "n. lI5.. -
I I Mrs. George Scott of Lakeland .\u Orillnanecr prohlhltleiK eblldreHCHANCE

Send postcard; and I spent a few days this week with
me a "
LETTUCE 2 for 27c
will come see you. ', Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Scott. The TO TRAVEL Dressed & DrawnFryers

--- Scotts also had as their visitor Brisket Beef lb. 33cPOTATOiS3Ib

SALE One 1-1'0. m hi>..iiny recently Miss Eleanor Forshey, ,
'. n room uIo, Can beceen a missionary who will return to Thrri-'o a |>la. < for y.... In ararcrr
b.tU R B. ... a Son 8t"r- II I- that rnmnmncl rroprrtthe .
her Sudan Interior Mission In '

age 0.. phone* War.hou.Vrlle* 9105 Box 71 t] I Africa this month.N. world' over. \r, and. .It "fter : Chuck Roast Ib.: 35c .; -

I D. Walnwrlght Sr. returned you a rhunct let .... that : : ,
ISIIl"nAsrE: Fo" In. .. 25c
HOSPITAL formation about WHITE CItO"'MHO"'PITAI.IZATIOS from Riverside Hospital Tuesday.The world" thin faw Inatlng globe nn
FTAr. underwritten Mhlrh MO Ih'.. If >"...r.. an adVPiitiiroii .
: many friends of A. J.Thorn. .
TO-yr -old HankerLife 25 In 30 head to pick fr m!
by young man \White Bacon lb. 29cORANGES
Casualty Co.. your loc-al ". Clerk of the Circuit -
A ... DELIVER ANIUIIKRE: ..... allh.'re
repr eefliative. will b. .1*
you without VtnlnwrlBbt ohll atlon 1M' We.t Mrs It you'reIn the market for a he returned to his home Tuesday K lo wf, |look| mi farther

I.til.e H Phone .,... mule ts. invite l than the new I'.S.! Army or I'. 55
('nil Str.* ..', tftarke. Fla. good h. or after being confined in Riverside)
154. '2''r you lo \lxlt ..ur ..tahl>*. "before Hospital for several days. S. Air ..ur.-*-. KnlUt ,,..w. I If'"- MeatyNeckBones

........ ', Ib
to or' e
elMmhrr I. an ornanl/ailou
FOB RENTrabln.. each with' 2 buying or IrmJIng Mrs. H. D. Rogers of Waldo

Ime. Si bath SI.ly. furn.mi. fOh II. 17rioE of All salve strictly lu..ran'.I l underwent an operation In Shady. for you. It ,e.(Tm KCMK! Jc>.tm, In 21b. 15c
I-I. Lot'.I.d ii --a----
Intnwctlner work with (good pity.iMiltr
"8tark.' Pine hunt ToUrIIt rn..rt.II' K.: n": & J. T. ANDREWS crest Hospital Wednesday and Is
{ !-I *. too haveopix.rtnnlty In 1 lb. .PKf; HERMAN'SSAUSAGE37c;
Box 93 Lake Butler. Fla. getting/ along nicely. Among those!
I.TWTlittle: black white .l"", ._ who have visited her here this the WCJ: tor WAP.. !See your 2 doz. 15c I TO R lb. Average Weight PICNIC
name ... II.-'.. ..t I*, H.
An.wer. to recruIter t lay.
part 1-eklne.e '. FOR S\LE: flood mul. mowing week are her brother L. C. Smith j
of Ruffle"1. Child pet. "tJT.h- machine rake-.oort ronrtltlonAIHO I Army aol f. M. Air Force Iti'rrultlog CHAMS Ibe 38cPHONE
Court. of Pensacola. and her sister, Mrs.
Inquire Berryman (talkutter.. 7 rollii fence -
ln ton Grand I.4te.. Mr.. I.WiN.FOR It' !' ,,lr e. 1-horne wairon. Jeff I",-wtn. Olin Graves of Daytona Beach, Station methe. "Starke .
Itt. 2. box 121. on Brownie RoadIHtarke. I Pemt Office llullcllnf err
and her mother. Mru Henry O- .
IIENT-: -rm. apt.. turn. pvt, .. 'Hara of Los Angeles, Calif Mrs. Monday\ 9 ...... Itt 1 It: noon.

bath tesnvZ'XV'rwsSt. ..... FOR (tALPn..t..1: l Brahmer O'Hara who has been visiting In Bc.iiIc l a chance tn travel FREE

Mra... Htarke, "" Pull jrearllnn. with pnpar. aI." Florida and for the there. are n..rh tH-nrflt, a* freeretIrement
jlaurlce Kclwardu, Jr. dtark. *. If Georgia past
FOR !SALE: F.lectrolun'"J six weeks will remain with her plan luw-remt In- W'

leaner i practically nsW. 'iIt. WANTFPClerlcal halp Tountf manor daughter until she recovers from all attachment.; ; 11* K 2.*Lnyj woman for reiieral' record keepIna pay for foreign iwr>lre. litre's 231U
know operation. Delivery
25. tuet
ph. office work.
Permanent ..ptltm"l ecluc-allonal acl,an- :
how to type -
FOR tudor.KAI AI.o.E1917: 1141 Super Cheyrolet Bulck deluxe Club t'h (lalneevlll Tunif Oil CountyAmerican 21111 PO"III..n'l. \ :I Office Suppllrw; ;: at The Bradford Cage. for >eni. rnllot: now fort

Cnupe. Perfect cond K. J. K""""P?*' Urooke-r. FI.... Inc.It I County Trlrgraph. real future! pa
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II U. S. Secret Service Warns Public To Be F "r PAGES FROM demonstraton be the scene of as such hoodlums a disgraceful were I Florida Farmers Are Now Planting Record I landowners are planting trees and I I Hotel Commissioner

On Guard For Counterfeit $10 NotesThe permitted to stage last week. Number Of Slash Pine SeedlingsFlorida making provisions to protect them Warns Gas Users
OUR PAST Fuller Warren has shown by his from fire and to manage- them as

United States Secret Service the Federal Bank of Chicago I FII r. action and expression since taking farmers and other land. their ground apaCe to grow into crops. The first Income comes Operators of small hotels and

with the cooperation of the [Series of 1934C; various ihoclc :21 YEARS AGO office that he intends to be Gov I owners are setting a record num- pulpwood gum and timber trees. from the sale of pulpwood when tourist courts have been warnedto
local issue the following numbers ernor and that he is not afraid to ber of forest< tree seedlings this That number, according to Louis be cautious In the use of small
letters and face plate the trees are from 12 to 15 years
warning Information regardingthe (From the Feb 3, 1928 issue ot use his authority as Chief Execu- season. T. Nleland forester with the gas heating devices.
circulation of counterfeit currency have appeared on these notes. the Bradford County tive to bear down on law breakersand When the tree-planting season State Agricultural Extension Service old and the first thinning is done; State Hotel Commissioner JamesT.

In this area: Local merchants The letter "O" appears In the regional Before the era of TelegraPh'j' protect the welfare of the comes to an end within the next Is double that of any pre- then trees that remain may be Landon stated that heaters In

and money handlers are' Mnk seal to the left of -"The City Barber state as well aa its good name. vious season. worked for gum; and finally the transient sleeping quarters

again warned to be on the look- ; Jackson's portrait This Is a very prepared to give a $10 permanentwave. His action In cracking down on I week or two 20,000,000 slash pine I' Furthermore, the Extension timber or saw-log trees are cut "should be equipped with an auto-
." gangsters and gamblers. and tak- seedlings will have been given matic pilot which will control
out for the following deceptive deceptive counterfeit printed on worker pointed out recently many when from 30 to 40 years old. ignition -
ing a personal hand in bringing to sowing the seed for favorable pub of the main
burner and
counterfeit notes: I one sheet of good quality paper J. A. Morgan who was a recent more slash would I
Justice those responsible for the licity and when we can publicize pine seedlings Many farmers plant with the which unless it Is in
1. $10 Federal Reserve Note on heavier than the genuine on which visitor to Lake City attend I operation
the Federal Reserve Bank of faint red crayon marks have been : Ing the old aoldlers meeting stat- recent gang killing in Tampa the fact that- tourists need no I have been planted had they been dibble ;which is a spade-like tool will shut off the gas supply auto-

Chicago. Series of 1934C. This used to simulate the fiber. The ed that he enjoyed his first aero- I meets with general public ap- longer fear stray cattle while available. Since the war ended.: with a blade! about three and a matically."

note !Ie Identlfed by green meal Jackson portrait Is especially well plane flight while there and also proval.At motoring In Florida it will bring the Florida Forest Service has Increased half inches wide and 11 inches Landon said he Is Instruction

and aerial numbers. The letter executed although the face gener- rode In the New Ford. While he the Inaugural In Washington much additional favorable com its production of seedlingseach long and a handle about three. his inspectors to check roomsin

"G" appears in the regional bank: ally lacks the Impression of depth liked both rides Mr. Morgan stated Warren brought Florida ment from the nation's press.If year at Its Oluatee and Mun- feet long. The men working a dib- which gas heaters are used to

seal to the left of Hamilton' given In the genuine. Bald spots that he Btill retains his pre- plenty of worth while publicityand the Governor has his. way son nurseries but the demand has ble can plant two acres or 1,400 determine If they are properly
he can be counted to Florida will eventually becomeone
portrait. This note appears with caused by lack of shading appearin ference for the ground vehicle. upon exceeded the supply trees in a day. Other farmers and ventilated.
continue doing this throughout his of the safest states for motor.
various check letters and faceplate the left of the
the hair on por- J. T. Barnes 1 Is the first to make The season for planting pines landowners planting large tracts
term of offce. be found in the and
ists to Union
numbers. The Black Plate trait of Jackson. Notes have appeared Young energetic Notice of Special M..t..'. Sale! !
No. 1201 the back of with the back printed in a political announcement as n photogenic and enable orator he be has already taken steps to reduce usually begins about December 1 use a planting machine pulled by Nutteae/ hereby given that under
appears on candidate for the legislature from la and runs through January 31, but a tractor which operated by two and by virtue of Final Dei-re.
the note In the lower right hand both a light and dark green the admirably equipped for the job the number of accidents by made. anil entered. the 19th dnvff
Bradford County. Other hats In because there was not enough coldweaiiier men, can plant from 10 to 15 acresor Ion
corner and has not be changed I color of green In both instances and he will do ea goodxa job of Instructing highway patrolmen ...__,..__ ,_ .. .. ...... Honorable January J A.h 1949. ly Ihe
the W. J. for harden the lreea ins n A H M1turphree
ring are Epperson wj seedlings, 10,000 ;y. :
to date. The back of the note faa I not similar to the color of Ink winning friends and Influencing end sheriffs to bear down on Judge;; ; of the ;rircult Court; In and 1
much darker than the the genuine. A de- reelection aa! sheriff and his op people for Florida as he's done drunken and reckless drivers with the present planting did not be- Of the 2.0,000,000 seedlings beIng for Bradford ('flinty. In (Chancery.
green appearing on ponl'nt'ls W. Mitch Edwards. Everett gin until mid-December. In favor of I mi be 11 Wllhvlni an
genuine but Is very well executed fect In small letter "t" in the for Fuller Warren. higher penalties or the loss of planted this season 3,000,000 plaintiff.. and anr..lnnt National (.J...- ,
The counterfeit Is printed on title "Secretary of Treasurer" M. Johns Is having a try for For years this state has suffered their drivers license. Here againwe "The great Increase in the number were bought from the Forest Ser- tlo Iilnpl.tyn, Ino. a corporation or-

heavier paper than the genuineand makes it appear that the crossbar state Senator and O. W. Ald"r- for its backwardness in allowing find executive action that of trees being set out," Mr. vice by four pulp mills which distributed of Rnl..11 the l State'and exlntlntc nf Florida under, aH the defendant Iowa'-
man would like to be clerk of the cattle to Nieland declared "Is a definite Indication them free to farmers and *, the linilemlicnHiI .
faint red crayon marks have Is emitted; the letters "ry"In roam our highways meets with general public approval HH Hpei'lal
Circuit Court. No knows of the growing realiza- members of 4-H clubs and FFA Mauler In Chancery, will offer forele
one what this not Florldan but
only among
been used to simulate the genuine "Secretary" are joined together; and fell tu the hlwheftt I bidderor 1
fiber. In the Hamilton portrait In "Treasury" there Is a tiny black Out at Bradford High: School practice has cost in human lives throughout the nation and if at tion among farmers and other chapters while the other seedlings .rash .before the. Mouth Fiont"
which Is superior to the average dot just! above the first down- some of the 8th graders have and property damage to say the: end of his term he can pointto landowners of the great value of were bought by the farmers at floor Bradford of the County Court, Florida Hnune at btueen Stark. ,

counterfeit a heavy black line stroke In the letter "u". reorganized the "Bird Club." Ing of the tremendous noth-I : a marked Improvement in the forests. More farmers than ever cost of production.In the ltirfil houm. of Male on Monday,
Elizabeth Towle la president, Victor owners of Ivestock killed the It will re- are planting' trees now on land addition the February 7th, IIM'I. all of the eiii-
marks the bridge of the nose. Money holders should keep a I on highway safety picture. to pine seedlings Ity, right, title and interest of the
2. $20 Federal Reserve Note on Thomas !in vice president Eve- road. led credit on both the adminis- unsuitable for other crops and Mr. Nieland reported 30.000 red mild ilefemiantii. In and tn the fol
note handy .
genuine questionable note.comparewith tneculosely : I lyn Stump Is secretary. Comer Yet It remained for Fuller War tration and the state. they: are counting on their plantIngs cedar seedlings have been planted lying lowing: and ilRHirlhed being In properly Uradfurd Kltuate.County -
any Edwards gave a talk on quailat ren to boldly campaign on apledge If Fuller continues to publicize to provide them with a con- this season by farmers who want "'In..hi... to-wlf:
all $10 and $20
notes bearing Chicago the letter "G" In the meeting and Ben Stern- to remove cattle from the Florida the balance of his term .Inoua crop of pulpwood gum and them for fence posts and other AH of National the stork riiiHtlo and equipment IHapluyii:,: ,
SEE: : US FOR berg dlaeussed the Bald Eagle highway at a time when the aver- as he has during his first month timber in the years ahead. purposes. These were also pro- Ino.

FEEDS-HARDWXREROOFING the regional to the bank'left of seal the which portrait.appears Bob Frink took up the subject age politician considered such action -I In office we can eliminate our entire I. Farmers members of the 4-H duced by the Forest Service. The Chancery tI.) U Patten, A* Special Master In

of the snipe. political suicide. : advertising appropriation and clubs and Future Farmer chapters demand for these also exceeded John J. irendri. Ot Augustine,

-PAINTS of Should these counterfeit anyone hand notes you do one not Personals!: Here again Fuler Warren was 'still be ahead of the game. lumber companies and other the supply. I--it Florida it, 2-11 Attorney. for Plaintiff.'

Mr. and Mrs. W B. Mundy Jr,
AND ALL FARM return it; notify the police orherlffs will leave Sunday for a severaldays' -
office at onre. Delay the .
trip to Hollywood.Mr .
IMPLEMENTSFARMERS' if under an ex- .
passer possible ,
and Mrs. Michael Dew and
cure until the officer ., arrives. children Grace and Michael who "
Should you not be able to detain !
hnve been
spending several Wl"C'k"In
he be sure to write down JIIOIIIICillfthe
passer : .
SUPPLY Starke with Mrs.\ Dew's parents :1
the description or llcemie number : :
Mr. and Mrs. A A. Wllllam-
10th A Cherry Sin. Ktarkr and description of any automobiles nun have returned to their homeIn
Telu, Honduras Central Amer- v

The last of the .outbuilding on

the corner of Walnut and Madisonare .
r ,ei. II being removed and the land

Is to be sold to the Standard Oil

1 1t i. : Company for a filling staton. Fo1p1Ti772

t 1// The editor-"The suggestion -199
tb ; tlinf land for a city park be secured -
t '1// Is a good one"


(From the Feb 1923 ISHUe.)

The first refrigerator car of '
strawberries this season was

shipped Tunnday. The berries

brought There's around a special$7 a advertisement"bushel",. MO<
section In the Telegraph today' : .
I Some of Starkc's staunch businesses .
listed are Mitchell's DrugStore .. ,

I J. W. White'& Son (Groceries .
), DeWItt C. Jonea (Hard- .

I ware dealer, also funeral director)
I Otto F. Stock (dry cleaning), J. ",< 'f. ...... .'_ I

I W Andrews Jr.? Nat Sternberg! ,. i...."", \'e",Ir,_ ,,;)1;... }" ,.
RESTORE THEIR ORIGINAL BEAUTYThe I (clothing). .t.. ., _:I,;. ,
Mr. L,. F. Smith formerly the :" t" I' "
II ,,
southern manager of the E. A. \
modern gentle cleaning method we I Stout, 'Farm Agency, and his wife I :;.,}" :'- "

use rids your slipcovers and draperies are living In town until their .

of rabrlc-cle tro'inlC' dirt and soot I' property the former t. R. Tievatt .

renew original (colors and prevents I place, can be put into condition -

stretching or shrinking. For our pick-up Robert F Demorent has Just
JaTt .
purchased from Godwin and Hnr-
service, please call 135 today. ,- ,
nil Lawtpy naval stores operators -

I 4,400 acres of land, lying 1 1I
mostly between Lawtey and
.PHONE> 135 Klngstey Lake. } ra.,.,% y

ROB T. 315 Miss HIUIn Struth gave a linen y alwrllh
1J11 d shower last Thursday. In honor s.
tl1B ,
GREEN, Temple' of Miss Nelle Roberts a charming -I- .I"'k I.! .,. .

brlde-.lect. Mrs. A. Z, Adklns : .
Owner I I :
.. Ave. Miss Ethel Griffin MISS Florence! .' -. iei'
Matthews and Paul Ernest Knight Y

STARKE. FLA. !I shower presented of a linen musical was program presented The to .. :' I--- -.r 'N4 'i I

: the bride by Master Leslie Blggt Wes,,,
u p.-. who came Into the room guiding

----. a diminutive Ford ear loaded with
dainty packages and a sign on
the front "Andrews and Huberts.

A ann was born on the 11 th Irmt

to Mr. gnu, Mrs Tom Hemingway
tllllm (ltfn 1N
it their home on Went Call Street

a u.s SR k

$ .. .

TO CLASSIFY . 0 r .,.... -' .,a-r-... rr.+nea avan. t+o""' .. we. -e- .. r .,....,,o.w...,.. ? ,..

tit" -. ,,,,, ; e. rn+sf'+s+wk+, I ar ysl4 .
Hv HniHell Kay !N { ? v yt

Fuller Wnrren's statement that

roP'ii. \ even though It, became necessaryto
; reduce the state' advertlHlmc! I

budget by S100O he felt sure that

he could develop a sufficient amount .

of favorable nntotnal pub ...
licity to more than offset the loss

'IUCTlltC IA gCMINI.. was no Idle boast.If The Finest of nil New entnres in the Smartest of ail j\cw Cars !

ADDING, you ask me. Fuller Warren!
has developed more favorable
rr'CIIS publicity for this state In one. J JL

month than any other Governor
has ,developed I n a full fouryearterm.

Even before he took office, he "..,d,0I1 rod ,
PpWER 9 r + gave Florida reams and reams of 3. COMPUTI1Y NIW BOOMS BY NSHIR. "r .

splendid publicity through> hid "
4. WIDIR 't.t" ,
trip to California. It has been along . .v ff'

time since Florida has had 5. WIOI, IAST-ACCISI DOORS ,::. .4 '
such a "natural" publicist for Governor "
As an ambassador of \l"e extend to you and jour family a most cordial) .. NIW WIOt-MORISON CURVID WINOIMIIID .;..:, !
It-MUNIO good-will he's' tops and on top invitation to mine in and I nee the great new 1919Pontiac .. -'.'.
fr. ACTION of that Is plenty photogenic. 7. SAM-T-NIW ORIVIR VIIW .
1$235 dinately"an.1 decidedly it 8 the (finest, '
Ills action this post week In ,
Plu. laal soundly denouncing the Klu-Klux most t..uutifull'onl oIe we have ever been .privileged .- f

Fed; e l e Im 1<:lIon for its shameful un-Ameri- to how. Yoif will admire everything about it: the .. IXCLUSIVI TRAVItUX RID ..rh

can parade In the Capitol city put (ladling .niartne of its completely newlealies 10. NIW ''''0.-1'11') STARnR BUTTON OM I MSTRUMINT I III. "AN.L' ,
Governor In the
In the new TOPflight electric adding machine uilt-iii l our national .
.Imelight.. fry f'ih..r-iu new features-it.* fine <'rf"rm-
many p
steel cushions cut office clatter to a murmur. You'll turn NIW HIATIN8" ANO VINTI1ATIN SYSTIM
Every decent law-abiding true v anre. Here's a recip fi>ruanl in the motor ear 0 '.
out more work with new case on this quieter) faster American applauds. his action and U. CARRY-MORI 1U OA6I SPACI
with streamlined he ""I'M. one that loll ahotil'l I nee without drlttyl/ ..
inojel, iu 10-key "keyboard.) And it'c has received tributes nationwide t .
from the
all-elen.ic-adIJ.. subtracts, inulliplics directly. as fast press and radio If '-;.,..

a. your finger .will move. Come in- eo it today. our his next legislature will act upon .M.. T..\.. 1I..hlon of (.f>n.rat 3/.r. 14. PONTIAC VAMOUS IMPROVID STRAIOHT .OHT AND J.
suggestion and pass legislation SIX CVLMMR INCMIS .,'
outlawing this intolerant un- .'. ..1 "
e Cushioned power male noise reduce vibration.o or c."
American organization In this.
Loafer motor Lora. mean new case of operation
state It will bring Florida more
Famous 10-key control pro IJ". new speed of figure tolrj favorable national publicity than

Ibtt and total la 1100,000.00. all the money we have spent on

Lieu> add., ublracli, multiplies tlertrlcally.If advertising set up.Terrorists. since the commissionwas G. J. McGRIFF MOTORSPhone

THI _KtHTAttl FOR OIUCI AND flftOHAl. Utll .who are so cowardlythat
they must tilde behind sheets "
are no credit to the stat or the 203 Corner Temple Ave & Pratt St. ;

COUNTY TELEGRAPH nation. It Is regrettable that the
same city that staged such a magnificent -

IV' ? inaugural parade should _







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mans spending this week In
I Baptist Church At The TabernacleLast Christian ChurchThe I. family. are
Chlefland. where they are doing
Church News BrookerBy cote .Farin Recent speakers at the Youth
work the Fire Tower.
"L -t's Use Our Heads" will be week. Nuggets of Wisdom Revival, under the leadership for Christ Services were Mr. and repair
of Bible and Mrs. Homer Mrs. Doris Hicks' recently visited -
gleaned through of Rev.
the Sunday morning sermon by Mrs Paul StewartSTORK By Mra. Bryan WhUn..I'" Mra. Hippie, of Park-of-the-PuIms,
Study Meditation and Prayer, Swindall as evangelists, got off in Panama City,
the Pastor the First ,
Presbyterian Church at Baptist 1 Keystone Heights. Mrs. Hippie
Church in Starke. This Is the were enjoy by the Congregations to a fine start last Monday night, also an Interesting Flannel Rev. James Mayo, Home Missionary
hearing Dr. F. J. Miles in the both In attendance and Interest. SHOWER STORK 8IIOWKK
Morning Worship 11 DurIng third and last In the series. "The graph talk. Last Saturday evenIng from the Everglades, gave
February we will\ have a series World Today", bringing up to Bible Conference the past week. Mrs. Swindall Is an accomplished Mrs. Mildred Dukes was hon Mrs. C. A. Browning of RAiford the Y. F. C. attended services -' an Interesting address at the Baptist
of sermons on the Parables of the minute evente In the world In The meetings closed Friday night. musician and choir director shale ored Friday afternoon from 3 to and Mrs. Mack Sweat were co- at the Lake Butler Methodist Church on Friday. January

Je wr. This Sunday our pastor I relation to Bible prophecy. The Saturday evening the young Mr. Swindall is a talented singer :5 o'clock at the community cen- hostesses Thursday evening Jan. Church. I 21.

will discuss the "kingdom Parable choir will be under the directionof people gave a Temperance pro- and forceful preacher. Hear them ter with a stork shower. 27, complimenting Mrs. J. C. Miss Eleanor Forshey, missionary Center Westfall l, of Mamaro-

found in the 13th Chapter Mrs. Ethel Biggs with Mrs. gram, very creditably and :were once and you will want to hear The games were directed by Jackson of RAiford with a stork to Africa, whose home Is in neck N. Y has been visiting his

of the Gospel. by St. Matthew. I Mona Canova at the organ. assisted by several Members of them evl'ry'evenlnlf thereafterat Miss Leona Duke and Mrs. shower The Farm home of Mr. Phillips burg, Pa. and who Is friend, Walter Recher.Heilbronn.
Sunday evening at 7:30 the the W. C. T. IT. taking part. 8 p.m.. I Wilson Ruas. After several games and Mrs. Sweat was the settingfor pending the winter In Orlando
Sunday School 9:45: : a.m. Each message by the Pastor will be The Topics for the Sunday Services for Sunday: 10 a.m., Mrs. Dukes opened her many this affair and a variety of spoke at the Evening Service of e e
Sunday new members
received. A fine case are being "So You Want to be Safe!", the morning and evening services (In Bible School; 11 a.m., sermon by gifts.About Spring blossoms added< to Its the Christian Church on Janu-
meet of men and evangelistic message of the Hap- charge of the Sponsor were: Rev. Swlndall, and again at 8 30 ladles enjoyed the charm for the occasion. Contests ary 16.The.

women every Sunday morn. py Hour. Mrs. Morse and Mrs. "RESTORED", using the 23rd occasion with the honoree. that were In keeping with the Hampton Training Union
19 o'clock
Ing at under the dear
of C. Mann will again make up the Psalm and many other passages p.m.The pastor, J. B. Dixon, extendsa Delicious refreshments of mixed party motif afforded entertain- gave Interesting program at By Louise NormanMr.
er-ship M. Turney. Visitorsare .
drinks and cake served by ment for the large of
invited. piano-organ-duo in I leading the from the Old Testament as a cordial Invitation to the publicto were group the Starke Christian Church on
singing of hymns and chorusesrequested foundation for the study. attend these services. the hostesses' Mrs. Wilson Russ friends attending and prize win- Friday night A large numberof
Evening with the young people Mrs. Leona Dukes, Mrs. Minnie ners were Mrs. Marlon Sapp Mrs. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp had as
by the congregation. folks, of various ,
young ages
Special music for the morning
at 6:30.: This new Westmintiter Atkinson' Mrs. L. A. Mott and< Forrest Harvey and Mrs. K. D. took of I dinner guests Sunday Mr. and
Fellowship In cooperation with Sunday School meets at 9.43: : hour was a Vocal Trio by Messrs Methodist ChurchThe Mrs. Ina Blackwelder. Conner. Following the opening of part.Vedne8day night Mrs. Carlton Chaataln and little
last week, the Training Union
the youth of the Episcopal Church In the regular buildings< The Purdy Earl and< Gomes. At the Out of town guests attending lovely gifts that attested the daughter Sue, of Hampton, 'Mr.
Junior and Intermediate Build- sermon subject for the 11 enjoyed a party Community
starts out with great promise. evening hour a Violin solo by the shower were Mrs. Harold popularity of the honoree a des Hall. and Mra. Dewey Warren and little
Election of Officers next Infra are reached from Jackson W. B. with Mr. Gomes o'clock service Sunday morning son of Starke, Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday McKinney, Dukes of Lake Butler. Mrs Hazel sert course was served.
Malcolm Smith of Bradenton
Streets while the new building Is will be "The Memory of the ,
I I of Jacksonville and Mr.
evening. and Miss Wallace at the pianos. Crawford of High Springs and Reyes
being erected. Training Unions Crons." This will be our February COMMUNITY: CLUB MEETINGThe has spent the past two weekends
II and Mrs. Richard Ray of Starke.Mr.
Prayer Meeting Wedneeday at The attendance on the servicesof Mrs. Ina Blackwelder of LaCrosse ,
here with his friend R. C.
gather at 6:15: for "training in Communion service. It will also Gray,
7::30. The Church Fellowship Sup several out-of-town Ministers Community Club met Tuesday and Mrs. Sidney Emmanuel
be Golden Cross Sunday. and assisted with the Song Service -
church with Unions our
will be held membership" STUDY COURSE SOCIALA afternoon of last week with
per < on Wednesday< < during the week was appreciated.St. I of Enterprise were visitingMr.
the Church.
The for Sunday at Baptist
February 9, preceding the Prayer" for an age groups. sermon subject B. T. U. Study course was Mrs. Lawrence Dugger, President, and Mrs. A. D. Norman
Mr. and Mrs. Hallock
Meeting.The Mid Week service is held Wed Mark's EpiscopalSunday evening at the 7:30: hour will" be completed Friday night Jan. 28, in the chair. Among the arrangements have entertained Wesley Saturday and Sunday.
Done All to Stand. We recently guestsfrom
recently organized Youth nesday evening at 7:30: with the "Having cannot afford to be moved by at the Brooker Baptist Church of flowers noted the one Wichita Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggers and
Matrons' Circle to the Auxiliarywill Pastor bringing the message Feb. 6: I A social was held at the community on the President's table was tho of Jacksonville were visiting
wind of doctrine. We must Don McMahone, of Fort Myers, son
meet at the home of Miss every center after the dims. 35 de resistance. It was an
Tuesday evening, the regular ) people piece Mrs. Eggers parents, Mr. and
10 a.m., Church School Nursery stnnil. true to Christ. who has been visiting here left
Evelyn Stump on February 10th "Picture night" at the church will 'and Kindergarten department There is a class for you In the attended the social. oldfashloned bouquet featuring a Friday for Newport News, Va. Mrs. T. N. Norman Sunday. ".

at 7:30: pm. feature the religious picture "Si In the Parish House. Primary church school. Come and be withus Out of town guests attending variety of blooms. A program Mrs. J. W. Home Is spendingthis Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown

-..JohnVarren Kaufman mon Peter", the newest Cathe- Junior and Intermediate departments at 9:45: : Sunday morning. the social were Jinny Sibole of meeting those present enjoyed a week In Reesevllle, S. C. with of Starke were guests of Mr. and
I talk' Club Federation
In the church. Lakeland. Mrs. Iris Andrews of on given her mother, :Mrs. Mattie McAI- Mrs. J. C. Sapp last weekend.Mr. .
CATHOLIC CIIUBCII dral Film released on the life of 11 Service . Winter Haven! Mr. and Mrs. Troy by Mrs./ LeI Green of Starke. haney. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and,
a.m., Holy Communion
the Apostle Peter. Travelougesin I Mrs. M. E. Qrlnvr and Mrs. J. A,
Thomas and children of La Crosse,
Mrs. C. L. May recently spent children of Jacksonville 'visitedMr.
Mass 10
Sunday am. and Sermon.
color will be shown. A cor- Bouvier hostesses and
Lake Geneva I and Mrs. Frank Tomellnson of were they several days In Jacksonville with and Mrs. T. N. Norman Sunday
School 11
Sunday a.m. dial invitation is extended to all 6:30( p.m., Jr. High Youth group New River.Delicious. served sandwiches and nutted
her sister, Mrs. Marlon Gnann. afternoon, also Mr. and Mrs.-
Week Day Mass: 8:30: a.m. to join in the observance of all meeting for young people of the dates with punch.Accompanied .
By Blanche C seiIsghanMrs. refreshments of punch K. B. Watteraon and R. O. Sim B. M. McRae and children.
of these services and worship at Presbyterian and Episcopal
CHURCH OF GOD the First Baptist Starke. Churches at the Presbyterian and crackers were served by tho by Mrs. R. M.
Adult Class and everyone enJoyed Markham Mrs. John Ooil-vln wentto

Kev.8th L. A S. St.Williams Clair, Ste.Pastor PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Church.Monday, Feb. 7: and. Ida Mrs.M. Gentry Trafford and Conrad guests.Mr. I Mr.the and
Sunday School 10 a.m. 10th tat! And Temple Aye 7:30: ( p.m., Woman's Auxiliary of Lancaster, Ohio, spent Sunday I were shopping In Gainesville and of Starke and Betty Williams w* renew VHI seoss HartmannO.ALVAREZ&SON

Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sunday School D:45: a. m.; Morn- meeting in the Parish House. In Silver Springs, guests of Mr. Alachua Thursday and Erma Jean Godwin, who,

Sunday Evening Service 7 p.m. Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Thursday, Feb. 10: and Mrs. Burt Bunbce. I I Tom Markey Tom Stewart J. with other members of their Homo

Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7 p.m. Service 7:00: p. m. Everyone 7 p.m., Parish "Pot-luck Supper"and Miss Lillian Gentry has returned Douglas: and G. B. Colson were Economics Clans of Bradford

Prayer Meeting Thursday 7 p.m. welcome. Parish meeting in the Parish home after spending several days fishing In Lochloos Thursday High School attended an InterestIng TRANSFER
In Silver Springs:: with her bro COD
House. Everyone is asked to Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Hodge were Fashion Show at P. K: Yonge
-- -- -- ----- --- -- ---- -- --- ther-in-law and sister, Mr and STORAGE
bring a covered dish. Dessert will\ in Starke Friday on business.Mr. School.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE be furnished.The Mr.*. Burt Busbep. and Mrs Earl Green were
W. W. Holllngsworth; of LakeCity
Mrs. Blanche Cunningham and in Jacksonville We operate<< local
church Is open di'ly' for sons were Jacksonville callers Wednesday on was the guest of Mr. and

"10 The Heart of Town And la The Hearts prayer and meditation. Sunday. business. Mrs Mack Sweat Saturday.\ A long dlxtasMtt
Llsnle Green and daughter An-
of The People"A Starke callers during the week nett were in Lake Butler Thursday Visitors of Rev. and Mrs. U A anywhere la U.8.EXCELLENT .
CONGREGATIONAL were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Forsylhe, on business. Shepherd during the past week ,
METHODIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Carlton, Dilly and were Mrs/ T A Wicker and little
Hugh Ingram David.
Southern Baptist Church For All People and son Dianne Wicker of Atlanta. Georgia
Rodkey, Blanche Cunningham
Services every Saturday night, were visiting K. T. Stewart Sat STORAGBFACILITIES
Edison. and Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Rich
and son
Sunday morning and Sunday night, urday afternoon.Mr. .
Sunday School 9:45 Tralalng Unions 8:15: 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., at Congregational Anthony Baker, popular son and Mrs. E. A. Galney and ardson and their children, Batavia p '
of Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Baker had and Frederick, of Crescent City.
Morning Worship Evening Hour 7:34) Methodist Church on children were In Staike Friday. '
Brownlee Roa. Rev. J. W. Grif- the misfortune to lose his auto- Mrs. G. A. Gay and son, Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmle Bradley Agents( For -
11:00: Wed. Mid-Week Service 7:30 mobile by fire this week. of Jacksonville and Mr and Mrs.
fla, Pastor. were In Starke Thursday.We DelcherBros.
Mr. and Mrs. Major and F See ua first fOUR
Wayne i I I are glad to report that Leslie Bradley and their son. ;
MORNING: "The World Today" CHURCH OF CHRIST granddaughter of Jacksonville | these children are much better Johnnie, of Ralford spent the past .

EVENING : "So You 'Want To Be Safe!..' spent the weekend at their home after having the meiuseU... : Enda weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J.
Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday here on the lake. I' M. .
Mae Runs
Jackie and Sandra
Religious Picture Tues. 7 "Simon Peter""Visit
p. m.: Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday The regular monthly business and'
Mott Glcniln Parker and Mrs. Dave Thornton,
-- Evening Service 7:43: p.m. Sun meeting of American Legion Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dukes were together with Mr. and Mrs. Charles

The Church With The Visiting Pastor" dayBible Keystone Heights Pout 147 was In Starke Friday. Thornton of Starke, were supper -
Study Is every Wednesday held at T. M. FInley's Tuesday Mrs. Iris Andrew of Winter guests of Mr. and Mrs Cecil /
7:45 of last week.
evening Haven were weekend guests of Brannen in Lake Butler Sunday. 30IECTIONEARANCF

u_ Mr. and< Mrs. Barnev Andrews. Miss Pauline Brannen of Jacksonville .
We are glad< to report that Mrs. was the guest of her
sTIyTN E w: WORLD STANDARD. LOV/VCOST MOTORING I Willie Robinson Is much betterat parents Mr. anti. Mrs. R. W.Brannen /

this writing.Mrs. Friday night and Satur- P
Pitt Baxter has returned

home after a week's stay with day.Mrs./ L.V. Firming and her b

her mother, Mrs. Johnny LewisIn .. son Martin, of Orlando and Mr.

Jacksonville We are glad to and Mrs. Lloyd Suggs of Starke

report that Mrs. Lewis Is much were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John
& rrJadord 4 fell Joie t/irr jrero better. Godwin last weekend.

Friends of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Mr and Mrs. W. N. North and

Caiten will be Interested to their son, Billy, were Monday.

learn that they are now living supper guests of Mr. and Mrs b 6

in Jacksonville. Mrs. Call ten Is II. G. Davis, Jr. In Gainesville.Hampton .
the former Miss Joyce Atkinson.
ECLEE] WLiLETIf Mr. and Mra. L. A. Brown had . . 6'F

daughter as their weekend and snn-ln-law guest their and I

grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford J ,
Hitch and son, Gene. By M..... M. C. 8wt ni y ,

G. B. Colson was In Calnesvillo .

tie modIcazIBYaF Friday. Mathew. n. l-ayfli-M
Jimmy Cowart of Starke was Mathew B. Layfleld. 68. retired
visiting friend. and relatives here
farmer and resident
Sunday. for the past five months,
Jim Cason of Worthington died Sunday night at his home,
Springs attended church here Sun. after being InIJ\ health for some
Ime.: The Layflelds came here
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tilghman
from Trenton and are the parents -
and children of Gainesville were of Mrs. Raleigh Brannen. PAINT YOUR 11011lor: beauty and protection from

guests of Mrs. Tllghman's par. Survivors of the deceased include ucather and time deterioration.
I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Barn Mott, I
his wife, Mrs. Nora LayrieM, a
r LL Sunday.Mr. son, Herschel LayfleM l. of Gainesville SIIKItWIN WIII.IAIlNTS: : flow smoothly from

and Mrs. Roy Green were three daughters Mrs Dune, brush! to wall cover completely. Even an amateur

shopping In Rtarke Saturday rernliran. Clearwater, Mr Elsie I can Ret professional results.! Stop in looker our
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Thomas and Dunedln. Mrs. Allren3rann
complete color charts this! week!
Children were guests of Mr and
I "-n, Hampton; a brother.
Mrs. J. W. Thomas/ Friday night I''Jr. Ijiyfleld Trenton; three sitter

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd W Herrin *, Mrs. Rena Heirs, Mr Nettle BUILDERS SUPPLIES
of weekend
Callahan spent the Ward Trenton, and Mrs Lola. Collins
with Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones Sanford.
and family. ACROSS FROM: S.A.I DEPOT
Funeral wrvlcrs! were held PIIONK= : 13
We are glad to welcome Mr.
Tuesday morning at the line
4ryl.t.." c.U.. 2 Door S.JudYou'll and Mrs. C. U Wood and daughter Grove Baptist Church. Trenton STAKKK : FLORIDA I
to our community. Sympathy Is extended to the l. ___
Dir and Mrs./ Tyler Jones had ,
as their guests Friday Mrs.. A.B -

Ivr Jones Mrs. Dave Mitchell. Mrs. :

Roy Wlngate, and Mrs. J. M. //

Spurlock of Callahan. Mrs A. B.

Jones remained with Mr. and Mrs. r + s a IIII//IUf'l

Tyler Jones a few days. s a e

Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones and r I

daughters were dinner guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hall I

on Santa Fe Lake Wednesday af 1

ternoon. _
find l that now more than ever before Chev and 30% more glass area all around New Mr. and Mrs. Troy Thomas -F p r

mId merits the title of being "first for quality Center-Point Design with Center-Point Steering and children of La Crosse attended

at lowest cost";; and that it is. indeed I, the. mot Lower Center of Gravity,'Center-I'oint Seatingand church here Sunday night.GIVES :uasy

4 beautiful buy of all, in all these features and in Center-Point Rear Suspension Improved J

Valve-in-Head engine for power acceleration,
all these .
ways.Chevrolet smoothness and Certi-Safe Hydraulic ,
if the. nnlii car bringing you all Ihttt economy 1FAST -
I Brakes with New Braking Ratios Extra-Strong -
;;;Imrnt cost :
fine-ear advantages Completely new RELIEFwh.n I
Fisher Urmtecl! 1 Body Construction Improved

llodiea by Fisher New ultra-fine color harmonies Knee-Action Hide with new Airplane-Type Shock / I COLD I

fixtures and fabrics New Super-Size Absorbers! The Car that "Breathes" for New MISERIU STtUa __ MISS ///

Interiors with "Five-Foot Seats" New Panoramic All-Weather Comfort (Heater and defroster units PACE COLOR PRICE LIST
Visibility with wider curved windshield optional at extra cost) AUTOMOBILELIABILITY ASK AT

INSURANCE!: This\ Is It, folks the ft.r ...

knock down, drag-out
Although not rorapnlsonjr It to I -
much safer to LiabilityIsMunuMw. food sale you've been

First for Quality 5F at Lowest Cost I represent. carry only old chance waiting to for skyrocket I }tare'.your a

One, reliable stork companies. I savings you've read
Your bulaet win be appred- where food costs are

a.... dropping-.'. gone the
129 %V. Can Street market one better and E
TORODE CHEVROLET CO. slashed many Items to t
Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph. stxxllng hot prices for this Quantity Rights Reserved r

Phone 154 RIOT SALE OF FOOD Prices Good Thru Sat., Feb. 5FRIILIY

,STARKE, FLA. N. D.' Wainwright: Jr. VALUES.






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He was a member of the Seventh Every Home In Bradford County Can In flri-Hlt Court, "...'ur" County, Shirley Ann McMillan: whore revldfniv -
Rites Last Week Starke Singers Form Choral! Club I Easily Kloridm. in innnpvrr. In: 8t, looriro, S CM
Adventist Church, was preH ; I
Pay Have A Variety Of Productive Fruit Trees [.onmn !M McMlllnn. Jr. Plaintiff, You are required to appear on
For W. H. Hayes Ident of the Federated Group ot vii Shlrlfv: Ann McMillan, 1>., February iftth, 148, In the above
ant Ca. No 7010 named Court and Fauna, wherein
Florida and a member of the Probably nowhere in the country (d Order oC PHbllratlun *o..lv "lId'l seeks divorce. Ttradfortl
William Henry Hayes, retired Will Take Part In Music Festival ) Before planting:, remove Appear. MlMt* off Kl..rl.'ln County plaintiff Tvlvicraph, shall publish this
Gainesville businessman and a Masons, W. O. W. and Modern can a greater variety of fruitsbe bruised and broken roots. Order In next four weekly |Issues.
Woodmen grown than in Florida. Some (e) The top of tree should be Vltneia my hand and offlrialseal
brother of E. W. Hayes of Starke, of them are not Important com- pruned back In to Arthritis Pain at Stnrke, Klorlilu, thin January
his widow proportion the
He Is survived by Residents of Starke, Lake Butler I*. 1949.OFFICIAL.
died Wednesday, Jan 26, In a but have
mercially home root
system. roots cut to
Mrs Alice Hodge Hayes and Waldo began thla weekto ror quick' dcllfhUullr eomforUnf 'help lorahM ( SEAL) A.t.: Thomas
Gainesville hospital. He was 69 son Dr. J. W. Hayes ot Jacksonville 'I' Into the awing of the fruits. Their presence on the a stub the top should be cut to and palna ef RbatunBtlMn. Arthrllio.NnirttU A. Clerk of "aid Court
Keen, get V farm. can Improve the diet pro- a stub also. La...".,,,.Sciatica or Neursirla try Fly Haven Crosby, D. C,
years of age. ; one sister, Mrs. Ellen 'Church Choir Festival which will tt xir __ Works IDrauch UM blood pirn dew Ray Delilen, Balden Bids;. Daytona
:Mr.: Hayes was born Feb. 5, Gainesville, and four brothers, : take place on Sunday May 1, aLI vide a greater choice of food and 4. Digging Holes and Planting Mutilr' mart. AJIavlallnc pftln uo you e aa Hnitch, Florida
add much to the joy and economyof Trees. eork..nJoy ate and steep man comforteblr. I Atty. for pit. 1-28 4t S-18
1880 in Dillon, S. C. and movedto Maston Hayes of Gainesville, I the University of Florida In Ort ..xhid. at druct'Itt today. Quick com.
Starke, Brinkley living. I a) Select a suitable location ptota. aallaCacUaa or Back luanuttaad.APPLIANOKS .
33 oa Hayes Gainesville, under the sponsorship moody
County years ago.BACKACHE Hayes, Lake Butler and N. O I of the General Extension Too often, fruits are not used ''for the tree, with soil preferenceand I I ,. .. RELIEF AT LAST
as much in the diet
Hayes, Brooker. Division and Department of Mu- ;% as they shouldbe. ultimate limb spread in mind.
held Furthermore, they are never (b) Dig hole large enough to :
Funeral services were ( sic. Tht
likely to be and might! be left accommodate tree roots without For Your COUGH
... quick. eomfoitln help. for ..".._.. Thursday afternoon of last weekIn Combining the University pro- out of the diet entirely unless 'crowding or bending.c .
U..umatlo P..IM. Chrtllnc Up. NlihU.* strong the Williams Funeral Home with Choral Society which Commrrrlul NftTRM Oomratle Creomulsioo relievo promptly because
toady lirln. IrrlteUns puucn lt Vmlnm.Irclu gram a they are grown at home. So with ( ) Mix with dirt in the hole ,
under .ree, and .woll n .nkl. diuU Chapel In Gainesville with Elder will meet In the Woman's Club it goes right to the teat of the trouble
the favorable soil
non-oronlo and n....-_.......Kldiuy and Lester Coon and Elder Cecil Bal each Monday night, Starke residents I- and ,weather rich humus or manure. For cow SALESSERVICEKEYSTONE: to help loosen and expel germ laden
Mtddn IroublM,try c,._Quick omptou officiating. Interment was 1 In taking conditions that we have In Brad- manure use one-half as much phlegm and aid nature to sooth and
tufictton or money. back luranMcd. Ak ser are enthusiastically ford county for growing fruit manure as there la dirt in the heal raw, tender, inflamed broachisl
f. lod* the Antloch Cemetery. the Intensive driveto
tfniciUt CyitM of
your advantage
trees, It behooves those who have- hole but for chicken manure, use mucous membrane Tell your druggist

... I Improve musical appreciation, n't trees to start planting a few about one-third as much manure SERVICE, Inc. to tell you a bottle of Creomulsioa

now being offered by the Univer- K each year on their farms as dirt In the hole. Hardware--I,umbrr-PiilntaKKYHTO with the understanding you must like
to the people of Gainesville R the it quickly allay the cough
sity essential (d) Place tree in hole and war
and communities within a 30-mile following are ;) R: HFIOHT1, FI.%. or you are to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
'A Little Birdie Told Him'WILL points to remember In planting spread out roots well. Hold up- Phone VI.
radius of the University city.A
fruit trees: right as, dirt Is thrown In aroundthe .. '.. ".111I........ nepreaentatlwe I

BE THE TOPIC OP PASTOR BOB GRAY'S; Community Choral Club was 1. Where to purchasea roots. for Coughs.Chest Cold",Bronchit fOUR
organized here Monday night with 1 ( ) Buy only from relible (e) Pack the dirt well as the

SERMON SUNDAY EVENING 7:30: .P. M., AT Mrs. Edward Charbonneau appointed Alvah A. Beecher Head of the concerns hole Is, being filled up. From time

general chairman. Mrs Department of Music of the Un- 2. Time of Setting Fruit Treesa to time add water to settle the

Marian Howe was named publicity (- iversity of Florida, who will con- soil around the
First Church Hampton ( ) Outside limits November) roots preventair
duct the First Annual Church
chairman,' with the following 1st to March let pockets, and supply needed

committee: Miss Evelyn Stump, Choir Festival at the University (b) Safest limits November moisture.f .

Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs. Lex of Florida, Sunday afternoon. May ( When ) the trees
11:00: A. M. "Heaven's Greatest Love Story" 15 to February 1st. ) planted\ l. APPOINTMENT ASSTROMBERG.CARLSON
Green and Mrs. R. J. Davis. 1. 3. Treatment from Nursery to should stand at the same depthit

10.00 A. M. Bible School Dr. Alvah A. Beecher, head of stood in the nursery. Soil RADIO

the University. Music Department, Average Life Span Field.a( ) Never allow roots to become mark at base of the tree Is usual- DEALER
6:30: P. \I. B. T. U. and will ly distinct. IN STARKE.
directs the local Club dry. very I

meet with the group each Monday Now 65 YearsIn (h) Keep plants covered, until (g) Water regularly Some I
They May Be Seen In Our Show-
night In the Woman's Club Members United States ready to set. authorities say that a newly set

of all local church choirs I (ci) Plant in late afternoon if tree should be watered once each I Room Today!

and others Interested In singingare Americans have added six and a possible! day for ten days.

cordially Invited to Join the half years to their average life STRO\I: ERG CARLSON RADIOS

group There Is no membership span in a decade and a half. Tho I RIFE: MOLD APPEARS: I which tends to keep up the prices RADIO-PHONOGRAPHS and TELEVISION

fee. average age of the 1,413,370 who I'RLI'RI'P'RTIOS'I: ) : !' of the things the farmers buy. I

Having been active In national died in 1917 was 618 year, the FOR DUSTING HOED
Those who demand an end to farm CHAS. C. SHEPHERDCourt
c music organizations for the past National Office of Vital Statistics ,
I price support should be equally '
FULLY EQUIPPEDThe 20 Mr. Beecher Is recognized says Blue mold has appeared inGeorgia '
I vigorous in demanding an end to &: Madison St. Starke, Fla.
as a national authority In It was 58.2 years for 1933, the HO Florida tobacco growlers I'

most modern and efficient the field of music. His program of first time figured were available are advaed to look out for all protective tariffs Crescent
-Clay County
more and more music for Floridians for oil the states this serious. disease and take stepsto

equipment available to the professions has begun with the recognl- And women continue to live combat it.

lon of the "alue of sacred music longer than men Their average J. G. Gaines tobacco pathologist
used this funeral home in the
by and It with this In mind that Costal Plain
was age at death In 1917 was 60.3 at the Experiment

I J maintaining of its well known standard the Choir Festival was conceived. years, and that for men, 63.3. Station, Tlfton, says discovery of

Rehearsals, for the festival will For women the Increase In the disease. In Cook County, Georgia Remington PortableTYPEWRITERS

of ServiceDeWITT continue throughout February average age at death since 1933 / ,on January 11 Is the earliest

March, and April, with the final has been 13 percent; for men, 10 observation ever made of blue

C. JONESPhone mare. rehearsal to be held In per> cent. mold in a Georgia plant bed

I Gainesville on April 21. "Mortality !la comparatively Dr. R. R. Klncnld, pathologistat
All persons Interested In singingare !!
the North Florida Station here,
7 Starke Fla. high infants' less than a
____ urged to attend the next shade tobacco beds in Gads-
of and is lowest says
year age among
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur meeting of the Choral Club In children-4 to 9 and 10 to 14 years den County are unusually well ad-

the Woman's Club next Monday of the said. vanced for this time of the year
local funeral home enables us to* offer conveniences and night at 8 o'clock. age, agency He adds that the mild weather,

services not otherwise available "After these age groups the
\ which has been conductive to seed
death rate Increases steadily with
FP&L Creates germination, also Is favorable to
I .. age. In each age group the death I
an early attack by the blue mold
We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and New Northwest rate for females is lower than the organism.Dr. I I

accept ANY life insurance policy In force Issued by ANY Florida DivisionThe rate for males, except In the age Kincaid to
group 7,0 years and over, the rate urges growers $79.50
company as pavmnnt In part or in full oa a funeral. (III lower for the 'white: than for obtain supplies of fermate dust

Consultation carries ao territory served by the the non-white population. and be ready to begin, dusting .
Florida Power & Light Co. In when the tobacco leaves are the .

Bradford Clay, and Alachua BIGGER AND BETTER QUAIL size of a dime Dust sooner If
counties has become a part of the blue mold appears In the com

obligation.'I newly created North West Division The welfare of Florida quail munity. Fermate dust Is a preventive (PLUS $1.77 FEDERAL TAX) ,
J. H. DuPre manager of the has become of paramount. Intereat and dusting should begin -

Blanding District announced to to residents and visitors alike, two week before blue mold

day. who have viewed with great con appears nearby.

'I The change will enable our cern the proposed quail trapping The Florida pathologist recom- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

company to give more specialized program of the Florida sportsmen mends dusting shade tobacco
attention to this division which and the Game Commission Quail
plant beds three times a week,
will Includo besides the
Blanding Specialist
applying 15 pounds per acre of
"i1 District, Monticello, Perry Madison Scheduled to begin Immediatelyupon a 20 percent fermate dust when

Live Oak, Lake City, and the end of the quail hunting plants are small and gradually Increasing ( ARMY CAMP WRECKING CORP, -CAMP BLANDING
Mncelenny Mr. Dupre explained.In season, the quail traps will' be the quantity to 35:

the past these districts have furnished by the State Game & pounds. )For thick stands, the rate -

been Included In our company's Fresh Water Commission. The may be Increased by one-half.

>- ;. Northern division with divisionheadquarters plan is to Issue traps to Vll sportsmen's Dr. W. B. Tlsdale and Fred FOR HOMES COTTAGES
at Daytona Beach
clubs whose members desireto Clark of the Main Station in
with the
growth In the North.
Western Auto'sTIRE In
trapping city Gainesville, recommend dusting
West part of the Company's tel"rltory
and surburban quail for transportation
flue-cured tobacco beds twice a
& TUBE DEAL! It was felt that these districts to fields which will providethe week, except where the dust Is
be better served by
the natural habitat for there little washed off by rain shortly afterIt GO+ T16'x16'

forming new division. game birds, and which from their Is applied. They recommendtwo
Mr. DuPre states that J. T. city locations Is too far distant
FIRST LINE pounds of 13 percent fermate
Moore of Lake City will be the
for them to travel on their own. 100 of bed, BLDG.
dust yards
Davis SAFETY GRIP Tire New Commercial Manager with per square .
600x16 Sire ,BOTH FOR responsibility for over-all supervision Two years research by field of- gradually Increased as the plants
ficers of the Game Commission
Guarantied 18 MONTHS of the Division Mr. Moore shows that the quail breeding In grow.County
Ls one of the oldest Company agents have bulletins
Price $13.25IInd
Reg. $ 5 members from a standpoint of surburban and city areas In cen- covering the control of blue moldin

t. 13 service, with over 30 years In the tral and south Florida have degenerated both shade and flue-cured bedsSUPPORT .
P'II' T. to a sub-species of the .
utility business the greater partof
TOP QUALITY and your this time has been spent In original Florida quail. Only in the PRICES JUSTIFIED' .,TM' x

Davis Deluxe BUTYL TUBER Old Tire North-West Florida. northern sections of the State rL p
where There has been much discussion
the quail are still traveling '
Price .$2.6O Other' SUtt- Similar Savings Ho Is fully acquainted with the
g. needs the piney :woods, are the birds of about the high prices receivedby
of the section and has established -
normal size and weight In the farmers with metropolitan critics N.
IJe i safe! Don't risk your lift on smooth slick tire and faulty a reputation for getting -
and heavy duty Davis Deluxe Butyl Tubes. Get both oral people already know Mr.ktooie Intermingle after season, Inter- Is going out of its way to rI -
now for the regular price oC tire alonel I breeding, and like the Sun Bias give a bonus to the agriculturists
as! a result of his visits
Indians! the result Is
an offspringof
r here This Is obvious nonsense to any ,
continuously smaller size and I
"I am glad to announce ourompnny's one who understands the facts
new arrangement for strength, season after season. The Income of farmers is to be

this section as It means another The Florida Wildlife Federation measured not in the total dollars

..1 forwArd step Mr. DuPre con- explains that the purpose of cap- received, but In the buying power
) ludi'd turing the quail and shifting them of the dollars. While farm prices

from one area to another is to I increased during the war years, $290

Ill"e. l'.tTTLEMEOPEN: : Ingest the stock of the strong and tho fact is that the things the

K.MINO: riGirr heavy breed of quail through out farmers buy increased faster.At .

Guaranteed, One Year? Compact, Single-Unit the birds of the entire State the present time farm pricesare

WIZARD"80" BATTER AUTO RADIO Gov..rnor'Vanen'. program tog..t thereby Improving the quality and going down reaching( last STARKE AREAYYVYVYYVVVYVVYYYYyYYYVyyyyyyyy
TRUETONI tho cattle off the highways abundance of these little
for Many /f ft .. game month the lowest level slnee September
Popular' Cart V.4ODependabI 39.95Full la going through but It Is not birds which once were dependable 1942 In the meantime,
EASY TERMS going through without a fight. winter supplement to the native that
'.... p.., old, hot' the prices of the things
toned Illuminated I you can be sure 'of that. food supply. stood
belt lowi"' ; al I farmers buy practically
priced battery today! .controls, Fits any ear.:.our.w ._ A very good 'Indication that --Exchangecost still. This means that farm buy- Now you can buy a building .just like you

given strong the battle other Is night in prospect when cattlemen was- Ing power Is declining.The would a refrigerator or a piece of furniture! FIRST TIME
would be enormous, and why economic welfare of the ,
of the Second Just make purchase and tell where
Congressional your us
.rF. should the state provide for fenc- the
11 li United States depends upon -
District OFFERED !
/ gathered at Green Cove ing out livestock which It does not mass buying power of farmers your building goe. We'll set it where you
iprlngs. Many
legislators from
c t / the district were present, and It owns and laborers. If these consumers want it with no fuss or further arrangement !N.... _..... have <%... kvlMhw.
CAn be One proposal which may make have the money to spend, there jour It'a taken wi:: fff r4 Mil #
assumed that the cattle manufactured and on part. never apart-we pick ;:r. hav> war ,,Hr:4 bvlMlBiratfllT
headway Is that the effective date Is a demand for
+ wtwlu II men put ra< Th... MT >
up some strong it whole and intact.HURRYLIMITED "
; to arguments Included in the bill by Rep. Charles farm goods. If they do not have up more it kall lB .. .:: .. <_ < -I..,
of the legislators. .r. .ovadly ....tvurted .It. vhlc*,
One of the suggestions made at LuckU of Duval county be ex- surplus money to spend, the demand w.. ... ..,... .. roo. I.t ........
the Green tended from, the present October slackens and there will been OFFER dl.wntll.a. Yo'II tld a .......
'100% Pur Cove meeting was that ...
Wescof Supreme Guaranteed, the state should fence the high- 1, 1919. Increase in Inventories and, .r..ur.f

AUTO ELMEL WURWEll MOTOR OIL ways, so that cattle-owners would When Rep. Luckie originally eventually industrial and manufacturing -
shutdowns. This will These buildings!! are extra: clean,, soundlybuiltunits
not have to drafted his bill several weeks
r undergo the expense vicious of unemployment containing highest quality seasoned LOWEST PRICES .
2.20 start a cycle -
2-gal. can 1.33 nor have the ago, he proposed that the law
QUirt won't become which according to past lumber. Each has drop siding, goed roll roofing .
-' get very far, because the effective In 19 0. But
:Renew your ear'l finl h. Worth $21 New not Governor Warren prior to his Inauguration experience wi'I wreck the economic three 12-lite windows, one door and a Building Materials
Dries Quickly to perm, Fin)- 1ny'1; system upon which the prosperity sound wooden floor. We hare been saving
I gloasl Dlrtfrrrl, tt dependable. for objected to this, and .

awl ncnt-tads colors. -,... car; ideal for oil beget l TUXEDO. -. FEEDS. . urged Instead that the 1949 date of this county for governmental depends.Justification these for something special and are opening Pipe And Fittings i i
w/ be used. The stock fencing bill the new year with this offer. However, theupply
to% DAIRY .. .. ,. assistance to farm prices Is toe
I 1.20 will undoubtedly be passed but is limited and all will be sold first

LAYING MASII... ._ ". 5.10 the effective date quite likely may > found in the protective tariff first Better not wait I Seasoned Lumber
\\ EStER MTO \ssodaote \ PORKMAKER: .. ._ .. ...151 be extended1 come- serve.

SlltAt t ... ... STARTER. GROWER :M.ISIS 5.151! 11 As the date nears for meeting Open Monday Through Saturday, 8 'A. M. to 5 P. M., Closed Sundays
P"0.0. : tlHTE CORN ,
". ,..' >,,,, "O<" "' 0< n ? soo' of the Legislature, cattlemen WVC.T.U.
'ELLOW CORN '. ..... .. ..... 400
Home Owned and. Operofe bv tILSON A TOO IER sure to become more and more
FRS: A stockfenclng law doubtless IF YOU ARE SMART
J. F. J A U DON -7-8 hasthe support of the big WON'T SMART: FROM: ;MISTAKES -
((10% ornaglr) ...00 ton
4-.1 .. majority of citizens but manyof MADE WHEN YOURMIND .
East Call St. ....... Fla. CARL JOHNS 3.100 ton those opposed are Influentialand : IS DULLED BY LIQUOR. <>Mr ILANDING FLA '.Q BOX 569 STARKE; FLA PHONE "6}?

Phiine1JJ will put In some strong lick..Jaek.aonvUle *. (FLORID, GOOD NEWS). I
Starke Fla.
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