Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 8, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03019
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ItDrnl'Yd..II3h.,"DuII'htt- the. i And not a drop to Drink I Commissioners Hear Tax Complaints; I 56 At Bland Released'! ing Two New School Buildings

teatl."stIOI18. '" Will Make Estimated Budget Monday Ordnance Shop

'y, had ',' ., .ti.it Bradford County Commlssioneoi. Flfty-"Ix .t..mporary" eml'loy Now Under Way In Starke

pttt'r"their \ ; t will meet here next Monday to begin posatbie economy In county gov.ernmemt. at the Camp BlaMing Ordnance
- t 1 ,! Shop were released effective June
)4 f : their annual headache job ot
I I. and : f' ) At this The Board received the complaints 30. removing an estimated $2,800w..ekly
f budget making. meeting
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them'Ithout and took them under ad- ,
,1 1trt.r7I the Board will adopt a e tlmat.ed pnyrol from the chnnelMof Classrooms Will/
vlst'ment. No definite action, either local trade.
I ...'!'. budget which IWIll then be
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'Ward.etense. publicly advt'rlhwd. The final denying or granting. any request. The cut-down was described as
'- draft or "pee-manent" budget wIII was taken at. Mon 1I1Y's mettln! ;. "routine" and "md been expected Super '
.. Relieve
out -- I _j'J be adopted at the Board's regular Under the law Corn missioners at I'omplpllo" ot the HFI I Ready :. Help
authorized tD direct reductions
first Monday meeting In August. are For Issue>)> program at the 8hul',
11' de. This the Board'dlsrl'garde l lthe' In assessments It property owners.. "hil'h of
3bi-. year < during a IIIrje quantity
beenefenci. present evl<.1.'n'e that their holdIngs -. Duper Some
traditional Fourth oC July holi' materiel was put Into condition Congestion
day and met here Monday morn- have been over-valu.'d In for issue to Nutlonal GlhU' unltll

could ing at 10 o'clock M a Board of comparison wUh other assess- throughout the ala Ie. Work started this week on new
condl. menu In the The Board CrewCu
,'vlous qllallzl'ra for the purpose of receiving dOl'cl810ns The remaining force at the shop school construction In Starke totalIng -
has review
no authol'lty
Tax Aaseor Guy Andrews' 18 now l'ompoMod of 33 "perman.ent" .
____ $65.72:1.01):
ot the Assessor In such
1949 tax roll" andhearing
new t'mployt'll. Col. J. A. Grit-
Ood. i I actions all accepting or rejecting The 1\f & 0 Construction Co.
complaints or teatlmonj'ot
tin state nUllntenlinl'e officer
. were I'r I property owners as to the volIK'S !- claims for homestead exemption 8ald.4.H. ts of Gainesville. eubmltted the lOo'V'
flat by the Asaes or, or other tax rernitadon. bid ($30,8011.001 on a tour-class-
WereWere R. A. Green large Starke The new assessment roll. corn- \'Om unit for the Starke ...Iementary -

I 'iC owner and taxpayer property appeared plIed by Mr, Andrews. ahowl an Club Girls ,.." school to be located on property -

ledge. I and requested reductions IncreMe In total valua.tlon ot all Report Wonderful 1\111) b" )011 thl"k this I I... carrying hip ""oplliar crew cit at)Ia aIIttl. recently acquired by the

were that I, c :Atr tI In 8aNJ8ament on the following property in the county at almost Time At ., too tar but th...... fwir young ,..11..".... \\h.. 'I..ntly. kent' toiecp School Board, Just north of the
$400.000 oVl'r the prt'viou" year Camp athletic I.ld.
have property: Building on Temple .. In II bllrl..r' chair, ss-'uiwd to lie .nJolnl their .U-ollt (or
i The Aseessor stated that the increase The
Avenue from $12.000 to' building which wilt house
'Itlng'It $7,500; Sixty-two 4-11 Club Girls from rather a11-ort) haircuts at a Kingsley lake resort on the Fourth" ofJuly.
Is accounted for
I building at Call &: Court Strl"et largely tour modern clAssrooms, will beapproximately
or Bradford Columbia and Bliker Looks csiI, 80)\\a do..n' Itf
tOne by new construction In all parts
from $2 ,OOO to $20,000; home 011 211x.10 and will be
enledMc.. Walnut Street from $6.500 to $1.. ot the cOlmoty. and the new taxable counties enjoyed a tlve-day camp ot brick construction to match
at Cherry Lake near Madison
000. status ot several industrial other buildings ot the ,existthgachool
.naM. I Mrs. Hattie Andreu was the plants In this county. A lIpeclal last week Miss Dorothy Rosa Band Concert Legion Junior 9' plant. The enUre buildIng
Mra. Sewell, and Mr", Raymond
wee act of the Leg1alo.t.ure, designed will be used tar the first. grades
d to only other property owner appear.mg Mills are Exten..lon. Sprvl
to attract Industrlea
new by

l tap.isentthat. In person In valuation.to request She requested a reductiort -. grantIng number ot tax years exemption halt expired for and a Agents A regular In the camping respective schedule cOllntl.was. At S. A. Camp Beats Lake City 01'88 It Ra will many hold.ot 'the first graders

a lower asaeMment on some now permits the inclusion ot these followed with the girls rising at This year there were 165 first

Wol. lots In Starke. properties on the non-exl'mpt! roll 6:45: a.m.. and retiring at 10 The Salvation Army (South grade atud..nts In Starke with five
Letters Atlantic Division) r. The Iota! American Legion telloh"rs. It each one of the
were received by the for 1941 o'c1Dck.at. night. Activities during sponsoring a new
Board requesting reductions In Total valuation of all county the day Included claalll I in: Music Camp at Camp Florida, on Junior Baseball. Team sponsored' claitHroo'lmlt' Is 1I111t11 to accommotint. -
day last week w. "spring houllerl..anln" day In the SherifreOffice. Bedford Lake. William jointly hy Legion Poet. 116 and only the recommended
oved 'assesaments from the following: property i 18 now fixed Bot. $6,490.- the mornlng- -swimming craft,. Pickering 1mm-
, ad. Among the It........ cleared. out were the e_,anti battles Mrs. B. J. Alderman Orandln: 873.00. Homesteads total $2,1:13": and record keeping and first al.... Chief Administrative Officer for J, W. Aivlrews Ford Motor Co.. bar ot pupils per room ((30)) it

cvivhlle. j ehowa above containing several thoneande of dollars In eonlhwatt'dj Charles Roesnberg, Tallahassee: 390.00. leaving a balance ot ....- In the afternoon. the girls went the Army'. work In this section won its' first game Monday afternoon : I. seen that even the entire new

bonded whl.klJy.. The raeea were removed from .n anteruoii. which e.nd the Starke A &: P Store. No 334.285p0 In taxable property.In swimming, played such (games: as ot the country and Senior-Cap. July ". on the home field. I building will not contain all tile

"day the Sheriff needed for other purposes.. ant placed hi another space specific amounts were named.L. 1948 the. total valuation.. soft ball volley ball etc. .The taln William Jaynes are In charge The local lads. belllt lAke CitY'1I ,I first gradeR. School officials cx-
which worthwhile devoted to ot the activltl. James Legion team by A Core ot 72. pect the total ot the first graders
ante w. serving n' purpose The whiskey shown .bov/ O. Powell naval atores operator $8,104.897.00. with homesteads accounting evening program was camp
hall been a source. of concern to the Sherlf.s office and other county and owner ot large acreage for $2,076.380.00. leav- various types ot recreation. Including teileon conductor ot oI11t1Mlcal or.jtanlZJlllons Bert NewcDmb registered/ a no-hit to continue to increase for several

was county olldais sInce It "all confiscated here lit the early days In the county, entered a plea for log!: a taxable balance of $4.028, skits indoor games singlog. at Oklahoma City Un.Iveralty. win, pitching the lull route for ,years yet Ra children born during -

or of the w.r. ACtiOn III now .ndlnLI! In the florida Supreme Court lower taxes In general and all 17.00.. I. Inatnl'tor-In-chlpt. Starke. the blrth-l'Ille booming war

toldthe brought by one 01 tile persona from whl1m part 01 the 'hlllk..yWatt Thursday afternoon the girls' Delegates to the music camp In the first Inning Starke years come ot /school age.N..ro .

takt'n. to n''o'rr It. In the meanwhile. the County cannot pour I enjoyed a watermelon cuttlnl represent Rome ot the finest I jumped on starting Lake City 'nll Let
'am. Ie ont 0" oth"M-t destroy It bccauPu' the law p..hlbltll such action Young People Planning Summer Work .That night. they had their banquet young musical talent In the Sal'vation Pitcher loDrglUtor 3 hits and The second contract was awarded -
Should First Obtain Proper Certification and traditional candle lighting Army and corne from some 4 free bases to score 4 mn. Again to the Palmer Engineering &
with bcmded whlllkf'Y. 0.. the.oth..r. hand. p.111"C' from local "ilry"forces 1 I.
by ceremony which III a. farewell to 20 Cities In Florjdit Georgia and In the second Inning the local II Con"truotloJ\\ Co ot Jacksonville
ladedn.t has kept the Uounty CommllilOlon.'n front selling It through Young people under 18 who intend tlve proof ot age meet the edu. camp. I South Carolina. rapped Morgan. for 4 hits. 2 freebases who submitted the low bid ($34-,

legal channele bN-IIIUooe It III charged that this wOllld "pllt the County to work this summer should catiDnal standards of the law, Is Girls from Bradford County reocelvlng I The results ot the week ot intense .iiL 3 mns. Carter playing 330[10) on a brick unit contain.ing .
lit the liquor 1..lnesll". ._ In the nieanwlille1 the whiskey .sits gatheringdut contact their local shortstop relieved Morgan
county ,
tC1 superintendents physically tit and will not work recognition Friday mfJIn- study participated In by two c1ll8t1rommll, home eco-
Heney and cohwebn anti, IlIcldentally. t'vap..ratll.g! ot public instruction or under Illegal conditions. log!: in assembly for their a'hiev" the delegates/ will be d.monlltrat.t'd In the 3rd innIng allli thereafter, nom Ice department, and vocational

- one ot his issuing agencies for Employment and age certificate ments during the weeit wel'o the at a concert held In the taber. Stllrk.' wall able to collect but work shop for the Starke negro

I all proper certification before IItart. not only protect the youth In accordance tollowhiK'! Best. squad (cabin) nade In the Camp groundll. This 1 hit line I nl) r\&lUI.\ school

'htyrtl"r Starke Wins 1 Loses 2 This Week; ing on the Job according to Chairman with the Child Labor Leader Carolyn Kelley ot llrool.er concert will bit given on Sunday I Lake City'lt two scores came This new building III being constructeit -

Raymond 1'':. Barnes or the Law but also protects tb. em1ployees Lest all round girl in camp Ca'o", afternoon..iy 10" at 3:30: p.UI. In the H\! inning whertNaweomb, un the recently acquired ,,'
Florida I1tdulltrlal 'Commlllsion. from unknowingly vlolat. lyn Kelley; heat. athlete, Mary The public Is cordhllly invited. was 11 hit wild. With 2 out. New. 10-lic"" sits, located two. blOC'k"I

'ta VJail Softball League Begins Second Half "Though In the past year more Ing provisions ot the law which Frances flaxen ot Brooker: heat I There IR no ad"'I..IDn"' chorKe. I comb walkeil.! one.. hit 2 "taco end I north at itJIe present school plant
!! !! tine and 1mpriRDnment. mat for I" for with the biiss. 10/l.il'd walked, In
... ot our youth are employed legally are punishable by place table J.1ckle Greet" Therl' 1111I.1. space piirki.igor In Rem It I. stated that this'
he I and more certificates for employ. ot r..ukl'r. beat autograph book rare. Lake City's first tun. The serirnul new unit: will bH adequate for U"
Ilk Starke won onl" and lost two I Guard play Hercules during the meet have been issued, there is. "The requirement ot employ.ment Beverly Jo Crosby ot lJunnybrlJoll:: run WItH "roro,1 on It I"UlH.,1, bIll I Ilnel present, dpmlLlul, of the colored

nto flr the threw gomes that kept the tlrst bolt, while Alvarez and Rob- I no doubt that many minors are or age certificates IR not to b"Htr'lIt\ Aid' Stulint, Mnry Roberts Named / N..w.'nmb. ci ru'k nut the 1I."tIII" hl,11, M'hl1ol. anti the elementary

the local nine busy during the past hln,_will occupy the late flrot still working without the proper discourage young people from Alyce Crosby ot Sunnybrook beat: nlli' 10 retire the Hilll!, with school will continue to occupy

week. Scores ot the two gaml'R pleyed I permit," nllrn"s ob".rv..d.. seeking summer or part-time employment Record Story for Radio Program. Area Chairman two men lift tat bnae. .. the blll"'lnR" at the present site.Kvcntually. .

..re. The North Florida League tilt Friday night were os foliowa Proper issuance, ot these certificates ," Barn" pointed out, Jackie 1I0bb ot Stacks; sWim- For Auto Dealers N..wI'ol1lh strlll'k out T, 1"'II.dR : It ht planned to, move

nce was lost to Wesconnett on the Alvarez 22 Hercull"s 8Bigga help make sure that the "but to make sure that these flIer making mUHt Improveillent, flee, I.If'lt.. MorKan IItnlrk ilit I the entire negro school plant into
uae tarke diamond Thursday night & Baker 1 I National! youths are employed In work and Conatan<'e Jones ot Sta'ke. Ii'lve J. P Roh'rts, lo'sl, Dodge/ nntil'lynmuith 2, IltHlI.,1. (6 b..s. ,.,. bnllM. Carter n..w buIldlngli at the new site
'l1at ot bat week by a close score ot Guard 10.Rotarians. youth, before he goes to work under conditions where all ot the girls. from Bradford County dottier, hits. beet, I1p-! relief pitcher, struck nut 4. RII.I. r ('afeterlji. Neat.

de. :\4. has reached the legal age for employment requirements ot the Child Labor learned to swim. pointed. Area Chalrmlln, for the issued a free huts"". Jack Eaves County School Superintendent

AlthnUP.'h the locals out-hit the HearOutstanding since he must IIhow pORI. Law have been met." The prizes were whlto Rutn'! rIb.bonll National I Aut..m"hll. Ii', n..lprll AR'"octlltlon rapped out 2 doubles.. and a. Mingle II Ifarnion P. Morgan! stated that
10-g W."conJ1ll scored at(Imul..te, active for bltttlnA' hotiors I1nll Tommy -
the vlRltor" -- -- ----- with the gn''n clover lear to j1nr.tklpatlon '
puma are now being approved by
twice In the 8th Inning to hold Youths Insignia. In the Alla.hltlon'II, national IIItrdlnJl' Rut 2 singles In a
, a 5.3 edge and Starke stayed be. Contract warded New Elementary programs throughout/ Urad- times nt bitt.Ias. .
Lttt.me. Tell 01 Activities ut lUIS, containing a dining room
hind. getting only one counter For rtoving Buildings Principal Arrives Applications For ford County '' Tn 0..111..111.. approximately( 25x50: and IL 20.
In their halt ot the frame.Ifuret With the Mr. n"h"'rt, ,, wits .1'.1.1. a.", Jun.IOrR
ved new president O. 8. \\ptln"HlIIlY 11 rtl'l'n"on the font kitchen The building will
had pLtchlnlf for Starke. Ncwcomb at. the helm Stark"RotarllU'lll From Highway 225 PhUUp Adelahetrner. formerly Job At Postoffice Area Chnlrmlln hy a committee lost. to GainesvIlle. by a lop- b. ot bl.tck construction aol will

r aeh "truck out 9, and scored two ot brand Wednesday from HYA'ema House Movers submitted associated. with the DemOl8tra.tlon Being Received of NAA and (I'iniii.t' Autumo- lied. score 01 2:1-1.: 1I..llIno ThDm- b. located. n..ar the present ath.
the 4 nms. The remaining rUM local who have bUn Dealers Asso\lItion\ orfl'III13. five .tlc tit'lil I order. tu b"
youths jURt returned bids to the Board ot Coun. School In Tallo'haMRl'e. arrived nil pltl'h'd the flrlOt inning" house In
Ho Were made by Stack who camp from interesting out of ty Commissioners Monday for in Starke last Friday to The Fifth U. S. Civil Service The npp"lnlment wile /lnn""I11..dby. for la.rkl'. at which time the conveniently 10''tt..l for the prt's.
the through wlth a three-bagger in town actlvltles.; certain buildings from the Region Atlanta. UI'. I. now ac.cepting Th'e I'rol'tor u' TalhlhllllHpe. score Was 9-0 In favor ot flaiiiesviii. l'nt sc'hooi buildings, as well astle
I the eighth. I moving assume his duties aa principal of ppllcutlon for the the Natlonlll AlIsol'llltl..n'. Ulr.'c- ... F.iivei. .
nod Jack
In;: Glenn Conner who wall chosen right ot ot State Road 225. I lxiiition Jimmy H"we new elementary building, soon
,nd Sin hom RF.\ way the Starke Elementary School. He [ ot labDIer; (charmanl) at tor for t"ioriulit< I hur".1., the rl'nml1l1l"r, rol, the game to Isp cfl.trul.ted., Hlds ;will b.
In a non-leaKue game niaved by the American Legion to rep. The hoard authorized the l1'1ov' will succeed Mr.. Grace Osborne the Starke post ort"'e." NAnA .Ii.. the largest. retail' for //'It.trlle.' IIl1rlnK which time railed for on this. buIlding 118 soon

Ind here lIndAV afternoon, Starke resent Bradford County at thll I ig company to go forward with who resigned tD become an Inetructor This III a permanent pOllitlon. trade BIISo..ltl"n. In the country Gninesvili.. mails. 11 I rune.Thu as plane Peeve been approved.. the.

'loll won from Kl"'tone REA, 4. to 3. year'lt Boys State In Tallahasece the following work: In a private school In 20 hours weekly, usually n.h..ur with a mp"'berHhlp' c of more than .IlInl"re will tl'OvI'1, tn (,Ilk., up..rlntl'1ld..nt .nld.

,ndve Keene pitched 10 Innings, being reported on this slg'r ,f"l'ant ven- Moving P. D. Reddish farm ,Texae. days, with a starting wage ot 1. 34.000) new lIutomnhll IIn.1. new City Mon..ay. afternoon to play 'rhe Schn..1 Hoard plans to tl-

, relieved by Godwin In the lure which Is demlO1t'd to give dwelling, $300. Mr. Adl'l..h..lmer hall a IWlfe and ,,10 per holr. and 51' per hour an.'nual truck d..rR.. 1'h. nlltlnnlll Dr.fo'anlrmtlon the Leglon-"IIf'II""red t.am there nl1n1'e this new construction with

his 10th. with the score 3 all. Keene the leaders ot tomorrow a better Moving Russell Carter crib barn three daughters, who will arrive increase.Appilcents. : : III widely known for I funds now on hand and by pledg.ing .

.er struck out 11. and Oodwln tanned $285; chicken sheller, $20; log here this week to male their : must have hail at its sponsorship fit highway safety Wildlife ILl capital outillY funds forth 1
2; together allowing 11 hits. insight Into local state and na- building (small I, $50; packing home. At present they are located least six months experience In and other public interest programs. Training .. next year.Although "

tI. Harry RldauA'ht for Keystone tional governmpnt. Young Con- shed, $30.Moving. In NoUman Village. manual work above the grade ofun.killed anti Its (policy, of ItIII'I'"rtlnlf the School In Progress the recent State Survey I

edill Struck out 7 and allowed 8 hits. ner wee honored by being so- Clark' small log buildIng laborer, or In Janitorial hilrh"Ht standards: tend ethics of At Camp Blanding Committee recommended a :

, Davis and McGrltt scored one. lected IUI one ot the 15 outlltand. $50.The Three Fire Calls or cleaning duties. They must re- retail l1utom..bjl.! merchandising 1I'hool co".trUl.tlon program for

'Ir run each for Starke. and Begue ing representatives at Boys State Board did not authorize During Past Week ,side within the delivery area' ot Fifteen trainees are now undergoing Br/l.lJlortJ./ County excC'llnlC $800.-

"" came through with two. and during hIs stay there was. two items whhh: were Included the Starke poet office or be bona 25 4.H Club Boys an Intensive 31)-day) training OliO, Mr. Morgan stated that

s- l.oOlt' To "SaIfk. In the estimate as follows: Mov. The Stllrke Fire Deportment file patrons. The position III also At Camp This Week course sliiunsr'l, by the State the e three buildings are ali that
".dIII In their s..cond non-Ieal\le: game elected to the "Supreme Court". tag Russell. Carter tenant house was called out for three minor restricted by law to persons who Game & (Free.) Water, Flllh C,>m- are planned by the Hoard at thi.

ot the week the 10000Is bowed to He expressed:' hope that the Ito- $395: and packing shed $30. blazes during the past wepk. are entitled to veterans preference Twpnty.llve 4-1f Club hoys left mission. < lit Comp flllI.ndlnl! The present time.

ot"I" 'Valdo 4-0 on the diamond here tary Club /would 'send a delegate On June 29 a cigarette l left on Applications: will be acept-, Starke Monday afternoon aceem.panled Men were .lseiu'ctuuI" hy Competitive "Ve'll have to call a halt whenthey

Tl.-lay night. Hurltt for Starke next year eo there would be at Lions Entertained a chair caused a small fire at the ed from persons who do not have by County Agent T K. examinations given In (Onill..vlll..1 are finished." the Superin.tendent -
struck out 5 and allowed 9 hit. I such preference. but such per- McClane Jr. for on June 21i. .
er least two from this county. Florida Theatre which was qUick. Ii week at the said "tor the simple( rca.sun
Godwin took over In the 8th. By Young Quartette sons will be considered only In the State "
rno I Iy out. camp on Cherry Lake near The .h..1 is. offprlng intensitiol Vial we'll be broke.
striking out 1. Sullivan for Wal.dD Scoutmaster. Johnny Joea laud- absence ot Veterans preference, MddJson. instruction' In mn.t..rn. meth"IMot
not At Ladies' Night
struck out 6' and allowed 8hLt. ed the Club for the backing given I Ota. June 30 an electric motor ellglbleA. Those making the trip are: game and fisheries. management Free Plane Rides
the cold drink bole at the Dixie
.3 .. the local Boy Scout Troop In on .
Brothers and further information
The Four Gabrielson Applications From I1rotker: CharleS Kelly / law IInlor.m..nt, court procedure -
IeIe" Gaines Coming VpStarke the capacity ot sponsoring organ. ot Jacksonville were the entertainment Grill caught. tire. causing small may be obtained at thepost William "t'owier Stanley Green and conservation educetion. For Those Donating

' } played a league game izatton: and Introduced two outstanding Lion damage atflce.Baptist. Kenneth Green LamsI' Crosby Oraluatpll, will Into areplacenient
ot the go
.. with Callahan here Jut night but 9couta who had won Club Ladies highlight night banquet here On July 1 a truck backfired, Huey Crosby. hobby Dya! pool from -which tu. To_ New.. _Mission_n __
, the core was not known at honor. at Camp Echockotee lam causing!: a small blaze at the Auto
,te Wednesday eve-nlng at which Begin Work From Lawley: Bobby Ferguson ture additions: to the state game On July 4th Rev Hemmlngwayot
Fountaln. This also\
press tIme. Next Tuesday night week WILl quIckly Glenn Crews Wendell lIen' warden will b. taken.
. time new officers. for the year Kelly. force StarkI' met with a group ot
' the locals playa non-league game Tom MeClane who won first were In taIled_ extinguished. On Auditorium ; ton Futch Billy Gackine. hllIlp Buildings In the National Guard residents. ot1'fIt Starke and

1I.. with McIntosh on the Starke tleld. prize for individual 1IC0re, received The tour brothers orphaned asa Wing I. Completed Sullivan, Honny McCleUdn. mess hall area st 8hll1dlng are broke. ground for a neW Baptist.
I.I CITY SOFTBALL LE.\GUE an award from the Troop. Keystone Program From fltarke: Jack Judd. being IIH'od a. classrooms and l\flRHlon. The lAnd wa given by
result ot World War II. were
0I and! gave Rotariana an Interesting Continues On Radio Starke Dapllst.J. have completed t"rt. Eaves, hilly Moore HOb-j quarters fuel', the mu-n. Lacy Conway and is adjacent to
The City Softball League wound IJUlla-ht Into activities ot the "l Y1ash hits". with the Lion. as their 50.000') Educa\JI'IJ11 Uulld. COle. Billy Heintz, Richard I the Conway Airpark. The p1st.forni -

t up its' first halt but Friday night week'. camp. Billy Dodd who they presented III novelty 'program Readers are reminded to listen, Ing and this week broke ground sythe Jim Black Don McClnne. I Merchants Meet from the recent Danl..ls Revival .

with 30 games played; Biggli &: was pra.lse.J by the Scoutmaster of 1IOfIg' and dance. They will to the .tDry ot Keystone for their church auditorium. The Russell Crosby Donald Her""y. i ,was purchased and became

,. Baker leading. and ca-Cola for hi. outstandIng job aa one present a 2o-mlnute program at Heights" on Jim Murphy'l radio new church will have a seating From Hampton : fillY Bronklne. This Morning To the floor ot the building which

the ronner-up. ot tile patrol ,leader. at camp. program: over station WJIIP capacity ot 1100 /wIth a t..lcony I Plan Trade Promotion will be about 20 x 40 feet of
League standlnl!: at tile halt. waR Introduced and aLso gave a the convention ot Lions International -- Jacksonville every Thursday night for 100. It will h" modem In New Auto Liability white asbestos shlnll'lea. Materials

way mark I. as follows: brief talk.Presideefl. In Ma4son Square Garden from 8 to 8.15.Keystone every detail with a sound proof A meeting cI the, Merchant3Division and labor Me being donated and
I. Nrwcomb announced next week. I discovered "cry room" tOJ' mothers and bables Law In Effect 01 the Chamber ot Com.mpl'Ie the building Ia rapidly taking
W 1Bigga I. being :
. chairmen ot the four main dub I indirect fluorescent light. will be held at. 10 o'cl'k
: shape
n. A. Bishop JI". recently reelected -
&: Baker ._. _. _.. 5 0 every day by more and more va'cationers A much stronger automobile
Coca-Cola. ...__ ._. ._ 4 1 commlttaes for the new year as president ot the Club, and as well a. persons seeking In& overhead heating vents' and accident financial responsibility this. m""Jng (FrIday) 11thl This Sunday afternoon anyone
follows: Club Service Guy An. aJr-conditioned for com tort. The Chamber IJtflce. to perfect plane
O. National Guard .., _.._.. __ 3 2 other new officers were lnat.alled a restful and attractive Io<:a. law became effective In Florida visiting,; the Mission and donating
Robbins .. 3 2 dreW8; Voca.tkw1a1 Servtee. J. H. tion for a permanent home The spire ot the new building will last Friday July 1. for the Opportunity Days program a dollar or more will be given
n duPre: Community Service. Her. In an ImprelllliVe ceremDflY con. reach 70 feet skyward and will which will siam be placed In
1 ot opera. a free aIrplane ride in one of
AlvareZ _._. .. _.. 3 2 area around Keystone Ia one The new law revised and
) bert Deal; lnternatfona.2 ServIce.T. ducted by Tony Reaves district be equipped to hote chlm. and tlon. two machines made available forthe
Herculea .. .-. !p 5 the most rapidly developing. seetbons strengthened by the 19.9 Legislature -
K. McC1ane Jr. governor-elect of 33-1. : in the State.Building church bell" eliminates the ao.called This plan la de.dgned to give purpoes lIy I\r. Conwray The

The second half of the seaconWIU Following the banquet the Lions It .. hoped that the building "tlret free accident" and provldel the public an opportunty to obtain planea will have Ucen ed. commercml -

, get under :way tonight (Frt- Clay Hill Heading also heard an address on Inter. i Permit will be completed by the lint ofNovember. that a driver In fault In any accldant some extra value through I pilots at the controls and anyone -
During the conatnicSon. must pay damages or lose trade tickets given by certain wishing to make a donation
when the two toprankingrivals. To
I '. day I Be Changed national affairs by W. E. Curb stis-es. In Starke.It to the fund i I. entitled to
Bigge .t Baker and Coca. of Lions I On Jun. 27 R. F. YOWIe' was services will be Mitt In the hi.i driver. Iicenae.
special representative
f. Cola lock horns. In the second The Telegraph I. having a new lnterraUonal. .granted a permit by the City to Sunday School recreation room. Under the original law enacted I. planned to award the! I a fl ride.

Jlalf of tonight' doubleheader heading designed for "Clay 11111fchess" move a Sunday School Building Beautification ot the grounds tol. by the 19&7 LPg-tslature. a driver first "Jllck rot prize" on Wedn. I A cordial: invitation Is extended
National Guard will take on Robbtna. UnUI the new heading : tore than M Lions and Lionees from the Baptist Church to a lot lowing thAt completion, of Constructjon at fault was required only to clay July 20. at..4 p m. Further to aU to visit. the niiton at the

I. received. we will contlnue to attended this delightful at. near the American Legion hall.I wW be directed by tile prove hll responsibility. to pay ootaJla will be announced In next edge of Conway Air Park In 'Vest.Starke .

Saturday night will lee N.tloit4Ii WIe the old one talr. I Approximate value: .OOO. W.M.S. I damagu ot future accidents. ..wuk' paper. on Sunday afternoon.

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I Court and Cause. wherein '
I :
oftnIst.g '\o. i-a !" riml t..rI. Bradford !.. Clrralt O.rt. Bradford dlvorc Bradford
cause to be depressed. Bring seeks
ma County
/ .,. Od.e5 ...,... ... .__ Vlar-Mai la Ckaarrry.Carl C..t"'j Fk.ridai .. Cbaserry.: .. Telegraph shall. publish this
.. Order
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED peace to my heart help me to lag aaalfctrlaar f_.. all eaadMateaff Williams.. ,.. irCItIia ftengei iiaigitiff. ... neSt four weekly Issues.Witness .
CLAY HILL Plaintiff v Hell 7(0. Itt? In
help thorn who do not understand.I .. .,....,.. sMaalrlpal atfCle. .* la ta. .- William. .I.nd.ot. Case No.7JS H. Pton..el. fi..f.ndant. Cae... Jf.tI" my hand and official.
... r.blieatins
City t rke. mm* .14' feet Or-at-rtf of I seal. st Utarke, Florida, thlh
1879 E. L MATTHEWS. OwN *-EoiTOi" By Lura Biirret.s Mohr ask this In Jesus' nams." I have a**.... .. aaaa..e .. to* """r-ToHIDA 28 104*. June
Order af .. I*
.tI. asS Ketlr
.. found to hold one's worda. Idle sad. aad pravlalasi. that la. 5.1- ta 8 ,ATE OP relii'ncoand (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoa,. ,
fonra :N br. Appear
Second Meat *tf sara assessateat .r ..aalirylaar Louis H. lJ..1. whose As Cleric' of said
1'ILWAab...d Every Friday and Eatered as STATE or FLORIDA Bronx River Court!
that hurt and can do no '5. shall fee a eaaltl.. ..biea I. 6S Crosby D. C.
cl- Matter' the Post Office at Starke, Fla. earthly good, but to cause hurt. .... fca .e t ........ ta. .._ ..1 !Resell. unknown Williams, whose residence Ko..d. Y'lHTkers'. New York- on By Kerwlrk Haven Anderson, Oreen OivPnrlnit .
....,.... : required to appear
otarrwtoe> You ar.
aar aaalifled.hell
herein I write upon lily hear) Science Is now working on a a. priatvd .. .... ......., ballet *ou are required to appear on Julv IK. 1"'. In the ahot. nameiCourt Plf. 7-1
MEMBER 1' 1949 the Motto." ruUy li the best radio that can pick all words ut .. ear .aah-taal ......,.... I Court July II and'UP.cLass in toe wherein a0.."plaintiff...mr.., and cause, wherein Bradford. plaintiff County Ally for _____ 41 7 ZI
Whvreaji under the of seek dlvorc
day of the rear". and say my con tered from the air. Some day your th* City Charter of provisions the City of seeks dlvorc Bradford County I. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Is Circuit Caart. rsdferdEleridlsl tasty,
ta-U ...ark... Florida, certain Telegraph shall publish this Order nest four wkly. issues.Witness Is t baarrrr.Jssi
'IJ1O For Six Months prajer. words may be heard again. Are municipal In ; official, I Irene arlsoy, Plaintiff
.....ri.u.a p.n AaaIlallJ' officers, are elected. by the qualfiedvot.rs next four weekly Issues. my hand and vHulson .
of dream they going to be sweet and kindly of the City of Htarke, and .Witness my hind and official seal .c tlCarke. Florida, this June Edgar arlscy, Defendant'Case
the flame
not a
Quench ; Peal *l Mark, JunedFFICIAt. No. 7352.
Fiurida,1ibia .
Fan It from daylight to dawn. and helpful or are they going to lection Wb.r..th..In City conduction of tfiark' ...is."b.-put IC 1949. 11.(OFFICIAL 104* SEAL) A. 1. Thomas. Order .f Paal mtla ... *II....... t*
be words of abuse and unkindness considerable and ( SEAL) A. Z. Thomas. A. Clerk 0' said, Court Appear. "TATK OK Fl.OIUUt ..,
ADVERTISINGGuest to expens*
NO 3IYSTERY ABOUT You will go on by its gleam "* \\hereaa, under the genera law *. Clerk of said Court. fly Haveil Crosby, P. C.r. Hutson Edgar arlscy, whose residence -
? Let us be like the Master. By: Haven Crosby D.17 Co Starke. Finri.lS.Atty l la unknown:
When everything: else ia gone. of the Mtat of Florida th. City Frank l.andru'n,
Editorial Sam McGarvey) How wonderful If .- H 7-4 '." 4t 7-S You are required to appear
by 'in
( Cultivate love and oe kind very some day Council I I., among; other things, for Plf. _____ I. 1149. In the above
could the air authorised. to Impow* fee on candidates . nameiCourt :
from .. :
its form advertising; is getting: a Forgiving the thing that Been we pick up for municipal' offices, and Call for BM*. *.,i..s.c......,... I. Clrrsjlt Cmrl. Brsdford ( l and cause, .wherein plaintiff
Reduced to simplest the gently voice of Jesus, in his \\hereaa. after du. consideration SIBrk*. ........01 rlortdal f. tasacery.Walter seeks divorce and restoration rf
information to of people. Example: Mr. wrong: Ch. City Council of the ofHtark Land..n. I'lalnllff.. v. ?.fyr.tie maiden name Bradford CountyTelegraph
City Sealed
group the bids
message or sermon on mount. Time may will be received by CUB Wo.Order shall publish this OrderIn
Then facing life you will flnJ Is of th. opinion that It Lsnaon, Defendant.
the Puard of Public ..
The Instruction t
wants to sell certain goods ; he runs an "ad" in that.HLPPL'L. net four weekly Issues.
Grocer The atrength to forth with give us would b. In the public Interest tolevy Bradford County, Florida at the 779. to
go Noll'e Witness my hand and official
Telegraph] : housewives read the message and act on it. A Hong. HINTS: I took two all candidates and assess for qualifying municipal fees offices on office tic Instruction of the Superintendent of Pub *55.0r.ef MTATK 5'.I.lletio.01" FLOHII.l !., seal at Klarke. Florida this June
: In mark. Florida.
manufacturer of farm implements, let us say has a newly Make mire your mind Is good lips that were too short. I ma,<]e Now City\ b.c'h: b*of It the ordained bythe of up to 10. o'clock A M., K.a T.V..dnoixtay Myrtle Landun., K. I). whose 2, New residence J-riM-v: InLebanon OFFICIAL 30. 149. HEAD A. J. Thomas,
disc he has advertising agency prepare an the best flty July 13, 1X9. at which tin. onAugust As Clerk of said Court
designed plow; an ground one petUcoat using parts "' ,.rk.. Bradford County Florida, and/ place all bids lpublicly You are required to appear ,
in farm publications and newspapers and a drawstring of elastic In reg-ular session. : : :: 4"I'1J1 > I. 1949. In the nlmve, nami-d fly Haven Crosby, D. C.
adversisement. and it's placed Where God can plant seed and put Section 1. That after this ordinance opened and for Court and cause, wherein plaintiff' A. Z. Adklns, Jr.. Gainesville Fla.Atty.
(including The Telegraph of course). Result, his behold. : in the top. Now when I go to become a law any person. tarnishing and .".n"l ruclln material,,(.'....r'.and Ad4lflStark labor. seek. .* dlvorc P sdford this CountyTelegraph OrderIn for Plf. 7-1 4f. 7.21
before town and must wear a garment offering himself or herself a. a .. shall publish:
of the disc plow is placed Where the fruit of the harvest ia Srkim Plsat.
message, or candidate for election. to any elecllv Mark. n.. *.. nest four weekly Isnues.'
thousands: of interested people, quickly and at the low- found. under my pinafore I step into my municipal offIc In th I City of Any bid received after the speci Witness my hand and official June -
many A yield that la one hundred fold.I petticoat. When I get back I step tttarke. Bradford County Florida. fied tin. and dale will not be con seal at Slarke. Florida this
est possible cost. He does not have to advertise. you may say. hall I b* required a qualify sidered.Each. 2$. Ut*. PHONE 218
? He hire salesmen Gardener L. Green. out of It about the house In this ing fe* In the sum or.l per cent of bid must. be accompanied (OFFICIAL. !SEAM! A. J. Thomas
True but what arc his alternatives can .. As Clerk of said Court.
hot weather I use Spry and CrisCo such remuneration was paid to by a certified. check. or bid bond In
but how long would it take salesmen to reach every farmerin This morning we had the nicest 1 I for pie crust making this hot the officer holding She respectiveoffice the amount of five per cent of the By Haven for Pif.Crosby, D. C. .-. 4t *-? COLONIALFLORIST
for the year just prior to and base bid. .. Atty.
guarantee that the bidder
Bradford County? Or he could simply "build a bettermousetrap" rain. The great dark clouds rolled weather. I made raaberry pie. I nest .preceding, said general election K awarded the contract, will fonaly.Florida .

and wait for news of its merits to spread by up and the house was dark as I baked it at 425 degrees; made 21 days prior f. This to said ordinance election.Hectlon .shell within after ten consecutive calendar, day In rire.lt I In written
notice of .
word-of-mouth advertising but that takes a lifetime. night. I feared that some one plenty of holes In the top crust. apply to any and all candidates for such award enter Into beinggiven a written ,' .ar.* iM-fendunt.Small". Plaintiff Case No vs., 7.1KII.UtiuraSmells.

But the chances are that he will advertise, knowing that somewhere was fretting a bad hall It did not run out juice. the respective candidates.office to succeed whether themselves theyare contract Instruction with of the Bradford Board of County Public Order .f PKhllratloaj *.. lot If* t.

hundreds of thousands of business firms use advertising suc i storm or wind. The lightning was ABOUT: TIlE WORLD: My or otherwise.. ."I"rldIn accordance with the acCepted .- tppenr.I. lira Smalls CreTE!.whose OK KI.OHIUl residence tot Is
Section 3. The qualifying feenamed
: .
cessfully. Last year over 200 big business concern. spent not close but I turned on the lightIn 'neighbor In Europe visiting is herein' must be paid and the bid bond and satisfactory live a contractsurety to said IDS Kelly. StreiA, New York Bron

in itself is the dining room and read In Holland. She to payment thereof shall be condition Board la an amount equal to one New York:
That now on
over plans
each in advertising.
million dollar You are required to appear
over a aloud the which must be met before the nameof hundred per cent of the contractprice. @
big business is notoriously Twenty.thlrd Psalm plant a tree for me in the park at any candidate otherwise quail- August I 1949. In the above namedCourt
that advertising
proof and I
pays wherein plaintiff
and Twenty-fourth. Digger list fled shall b* printed on th. oftlcUlballot :No bidder may withdraw his bid cause
Middleburg that
was destroyed by Bradford County
careful in at any municipal. election. for seeks divorce.
spending. a period of thirty days after .
ened. It calmed much that
me so
this OrderIn
? is floods during the war. My pal Section 4. All ordinance or parts. the date set for the opening thereof Telegraph shall publish
What then. is so mysterious about advertising Why I really enjoyed the storm. Soon Laura Brewton ChrUtchurch of ordinances In conflict herewith next. four weekly Issues.
It rot accepted along with medicine tool making farming, Don came home from the store. England 'Is looking for Emma and are. hereby ft.repealed.flection This .ordinance shall All work with shall plans be specificationsand done In accordance ,- .Witness at Ktarke. my hand Florida and this officialccci June FLOWERSFOR

retail selling etc., as a regular means of making a living? We He had been.delivering bottle gas Phil to visit her. I told them to "..,om. .".,,11... Immediately upon contract, documents rel.Uv.ther.co (In.OFFICIAL! lOt.! SEAL A. J. Thomas ALL OCCASIONSDISH

think it is because! of a certain amount of hocus-pocus in the out in the country and I did not go. My neighbor to the north. Its Passed becoming this: a 7 day law of June A. D., the office which of the may Superintendentof be. examinedat A* Clerk. of said Court
know If the storm would him. 194*. Public By Haven Crosby D. C.
get Instruction titarke. 11'100"Ida GARDENS
Helen is In California and I hada Florida
trade.A I* A. Canova.Hrvsldent I or at the office of Banford W. T. Frank Landruni Starke.
popular novel and movie dramatized the life of a New !. It Is so cool now and I am out on nice letter from her. of City Council Gem Architect Gainesville. Florida. Atty. for Plf. 7-1 41 7-28
doubt the sun porch as usual. I can hear Attest: Carl Johns.. City Clerk.To tine set of 'such plans and contract POTTERY
York City advertising executive and-many persons no rain ABOUT ('M.': My sister reached the honorable Mayor of the I documents and forms for bidding. !. Clmlt C...... Bradford Ceaaty
aid, "So, that's the way advertising people live-no wonderit a crow. My wrens are sing- Home safely not too tired. Don City of Htarke: I hereby certify may be secured by General. Contractors Florldai Im Ckaaeery.: POTTED PLANTS
Ing. Digger barks when he hearsa that the above, .and foregoing Ordlnanc from either. of said offices F. O. Snyder Plaintiff v.. Madeleln -
costs so much to advertise!1" loud fire-cracker. This and I took them to the station was duly adopted and passed l.y depositing therewith the sum of Snyder. Defendant Cane No.
isn't Thousands thousands of morning Sunday afternoon. I have a cousin bv the City Council of th. city of Ten Dollars (110) In cash or money 7J"S. 5FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE
Actually, it just so. upon when the lightning crashed close Htarke, on the 7 day of June.. A. D., order which deposit will b* refunded Order of Pablleatloa ... Netlc
persons' in this country earn their livlihood in the advertis- he just barked. a-s If he was defending In Walsenburg Colorado, who 194, while In regular session.. upon submission of a bona fide 5. AppearKTtTB
wanta me to send her the Tele- Carl John. City Clerk bid and return of said plan and OK KI.OHIOt TO
ing business. They are writers artists, clerks, "accountmen" me from something. I had Th. above ,and foregoing Ordinance contract documents In good condition 1I1ad..I..ln. Snyder whose. residenceIs Nona St StarkaALVAREZ'
advertising etc. and they work and work to raph. She too likes to read Clay was received by m* and appro..d within ten days. after Cb.d.l. 11* Bodmann Mreet, Ctn"t..naU.Ohl. ,
managers. laugh at him. I waxed the .
HilL I shall send It soon. by m* on this, the 17 day of set for opening the bids. Any :
hardf/and are paid no more than people in other comparablejobs. kitchen and bath linoleum this Jun., A. I).. 149. additional sets requested for purposes You sri required to appear on
ABOUT FLA. Another lovely J. P. Roterts.Mayor other than the submission of August 1. 1949 In the above named.
They produce hundreds of thousands of "ads" a year morning. I set .the electric fan of the City of Stark a bid will be furnished at the actual

and help sell products ranging from safety pins! to tractors, down on the floor while I worked.I poem from Mrs. Quigley Theyare I.U tt 1-15 cost. of duplication but without

and if don't think it is work sit down some time and did not get so hot and the time going for a two weeks vaca- I. Clrralt c...... Bradford C....). refund.Bidders' qualifications must b* rIen's Clothing IIEstablished
you ,
went so quickly I was done be- ion to their North Carolina Mountain r........ la c.........,.. satisfactory to the Board of Public IM! STORE
write an "ad" of your own. home. She sent lovely pic- Michael. Claa-Hurtll." Plaintiff .... Ita.O.cU.rdl. Instruction of Bradford County, 1894'Don't
fore I realized It. When I sat efendant. Case No. 7X71. Florida.Th .
Then there is a small amount of advertising which insults -
Lures of
the Tabernaclein
down to write, I reached Into a Gospel Order af Pabllratlaa aad ...tle.a. Board of Public Instruction
intelligence. Perhaps it's radio jingle which actually Appear of Bradford ,
your a Starke. Mrs. Walter Lang Is County Florida reserves -
large envelope of clippings I received ..
STATE OF KI.ORIOA t.Rae the right to waive Informalities -
makes you angry, or a magazine "ad" which promisesto from Stark It was a trea- back at Lutz. Florida. Such a Oagllardl" whose residence and In any bid and to reject any

make a "tarzan" out of a skinny wreck of a man, or a sure that I appreciate so very dear girl she has been visitingfor address York City.is 2 New Cannon York Street New wr all. The Mda.oard of Public Instruction Let
Summer Static
Bvrun which will take forty pounds off Ma, and which can much sent to me by Mrs. Carl a month with her mother* You ar. required to appear on of Bradford County. Florida

also be Used to oil the tractor. But why condemn all Wynn. I pulled ''out a poem. It Mrs. Strickland at Clay Hill Court Julv 2S.and UU.cause In, the wherein above plaintiff named 7-1 riv 2t T.H.' P. Morgan Secretary

tising because some of it I is bad ? Why not read the adver-I Is one by Edgar Guest: CLAY lULL: Nice letter from seeks divorce. Bradford County I _
I Telegraph shall publish this Order INTERFERE With
She Your
the wire
Shirley Mosley.
says :
which help you select! what you need and want? In next' four weekly Issues. IK Circuit. Cert. Bradford Craaty.r'l .
But there .L little joy In play la on the poles and they will Witness my hand and official ...**' !. tkasjrery.-:
I note that the Telegraph's circulation has now Lest the dally work be don.e. soon have lights. She passed to seal at Ktarke, Florida, this June .Rertle Yeadon Caulfleld.. Plaintiff
the This that advertisers both local and U. 1044OFFICIAL .,.. Al tv" H. Caulflsld Defendant.
2,000 mark. means And its time enough to stray the sixth grade. Ilia May Johns ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas.As Case No. 71M. RADIO ENJOYMENT !

national, are thus afforded an excellent medium for reachingan When the urgent goal ia won. wrote on a Sunday and it was Clerk of said Court Order .f Peihllratl. ... ..,M-e to

audience of some 8.000 potential! buyers at a modest cost. 'TIs the task we leave complete raining. She was a bit lonely to By T. Frank Haven" luindrum Crosby, D., tarke.C. Florida Apper Airy It, NTtriOK Caulfleld, Whose PLOHIHA residence.*'

Every paper is read by from three to four people, and some That makes rest and dreaming see her good friend Lorene Padget Atty. for Plf. 5-24 4t 7-15 l is 121 l Prince St., Georgetown Mouth WTf Demonstration
even do double duty by being passed from one family to an- sweet. who now lives close to the Clay "I.lire. aV Applleatloa: for Tea. Deed Carolina You are! required to appear on ASK

other. When put an advertisement in the Telegraph Hill school. Marklee Johns of the (House Bill No. nln August I Hit. In the above named JF LVJ0 Urn"
Yes. I have my work pretty NotIce Is hereby given that D. Court ani cause, wherein plaintiff a FREE
whether the expenditure is fifty cents or fifty dollars, you U. 3. Navy is home on leave at I. shaw, the holder. of the .seek divorce. Bradford' County S
well done I dream following- certificate has filed. said
up. and rest Ms parents. Mrs. Bernice Mosley Telegraph shall publish this Order
have the satisfaction of knowing that you are reaching this then. I have been certificate for a. ta"*, deed to b* Issued In nest four weekly isa"....
thinking of the and baby Sharon and brother Leon thereon. The certificate num""n"" .
my hand and official
vast number of interested readers. How else could
you motto "Today Is the bent Day of Carter was down tQ see Mrs. yara of Issuance. the> descriptionof ,,1 "' *"iarke. Florida, Mils. June CHAS. C. SHEPHERDAT
; .
reach such a widespread audience at such a minimum cost? the Year". If we would but thinkof the property and th* name. In I ,1040.OVrLCML.
Carson Grlffls HazeL .. .
says which It was ass nsd are as followsl ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
No, there is nothing mysterious about advertising.: Youmight that as we arise each morning Sometimes I want to see all my Certificate No. 59. Year ofi..usnc As Clerk of said Court. GArS SERVICE STATION Madison & Court Sts.
Mar. A. t>. 11147. Description By Haven
it sometime. A fellow in Texas did. He 31. Crosby D. r.
try yourself rhake the
we can day so much school children so badly. They all of Property. : Wl&: of NWWof John: /. Henderson: Rsq., Hlrhardii .
advertised: "Bought some shirts I wouldn't be seen dead in. more lovely. Yes every day can went to school to me. I shall always N'EH Section 31, Township S : Hide' J.k."n..III.1 Florida. PHONE: 10 -
Colors awful and material is terrible. Price be more lovely than the last. I love South lunice 22 East containing 20 Atty. for Plf. ; 4t T.j3
are $1.00. them and feel near to acres' more or less. Name In whichassessed
What happened? Sold out in an hour I always think how happy I am that them.I ..: Pinkie Johnson. All of...Idf.rop..rt. L
belntr In the County
I[ have awakened once more. can see out the window a Bradford flat. of Florida. L'niee*

RETAILERS CONDEMN: WASTEFUL; GOVERNMENT; ; "' Since my dear Mother went to ycllow-broated bird on the electric each certificate or certificates* shall T-R-Yt
b* radeemed according" to law the
sleep one June night eleven years light wire. It has a neat In the property d.rlb..d.ln, such certificate NEVER B-U-Y BEFORE YOU

A large retail association which represents 7,500 merchants ago and never awoke; I realize big tree near. Don helped me reset or certificates. will b* ,sold tn thehighest
bidder at the court house
in this country and Canada, has appointed a committee more and more how thankful one the I Iris. I have rows. on one door on the first Monday In month

to oppose waste and extravagance in government and should be upon awakening/ to -anew of the red rambler bushes I setout of August IM'l! which I. the 1 day 0'
of August. 1919. llaled this 21 day
to "arouse all retailers to the advantages of the J Hoover Cornmissions day. Then always the homely this spring. My other shrubi June, 1944
tasks I love J. Thomas.. Clerk. of Circuit
-cooking breakfast; A.
are doing so well. I felt
report on reorganization of certain government : never Court of Bradford County. Florida
agencies." Ah the good smells; and I like happier In all my life. I have (Official "8eal" I.U 4t 7-15 ETZER''SUPER

The resolution went on to "With a probable declinein to eat breakfast with Don. Ralph string beans out of my garden la rirralt <.....t. Bradford Cosi.tr.Klarldal .
Kay, Waldo Emerson says. "He Is rich Willie bird sings 'such; a funny .. ( bseeery.Fev .
Federal revenues, the terrific waste and extravagance of who owns the day and no one song now. I have to laugh. Digger nell Ilogers. Plaintiff vs. '

government are caus .for serious alarm. Therefore, we call\ owns. the day who allows It tobe is well and happy. I let him Clifton No.f.n.:7.17O., liocers. Lefendant.Case STORES'YOUR

upon all members of our trade to insist upon a policy of Invaded with fret and anxiety." play with the neighbor's dog early Order .of !MTtTK PaklleatlnaVoile OK Pl.OIIIlit* t.toAppear. .. '

rigid economy in government." If you feel hurt or depressed. this morning. To-day 1 lit the best Clifton Eugene nogers. whose resIdenc .

Retailers know that the kind of waste which character- his Is my prayer: "Dear heavenly day of the year. Quench not your Charleston.* Is: South No.; (8 Carolina Society: Street

izes government activity would be fatal if it were allowed to Father, bless those who wouldIIKALIIKV dreams. Even though they never 'You are required to appear on|

exist in their own business. Competition is getting tougher. are. reaJlz..d-1t Is such fun. Love Court Joly 2S.and 1(49 cause! In, the wherein shove plaintiff named

Instead! of shortage, we have surpluses in many lines. So < ; & 1'KOIfcCTYOfll and be kind as the poet says. Telegraph seek divorce.shall publish PTadfnrd this County OrderIn MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK

the retailer must practice strict economy if he is to supply IIOIF.'ITII: Watch our words Happy day. I next", four weekly issue.

at TUB JVKW: couldhardly wait this week tovll.it Witness my hand and official THESE & MANY MOREGROCERY; & MEAT
goods an acceptable-price, maintain his standards of serv s..al at Stark, Florida this June SPECIALS SEE JAX PAPERS

ice at a high level, and so hold his trade. SUNMASTERALL one. with you all. God blesa every OFFICIAL' PEA) A. J. Thomas.As .

It is often argued that government cannot be operated LOVELURANOWI Clerk of said Court -

on a business baafe. That just doesn't hold water There is ALUMINUMAWNINGS By John Haven.1. H'nilerson Crosby D., C.Esq, Saint

no excuse for having half a dozen costly agencies when one The ball point pen the Augustine. Florida
Atty. for rif. '.U 4t 7ilI. Hand-Packed TOMATOES No. 2 Can 9c
would suffice to do a given job. There is no excuse for the FREE: ESTIMATES uorkJ vtalted for WATER1.S'04. - -

aize of the Federal payroll. And there is no excuse for the is INSTALLATIONMcCOIU :\ with long-life cartridge. Circa Caart. Bradford Ccaaty
Florida la t:......,.
;incredible amount of duplication ,of effort that is found beautiful color.. Only I 'i. Julia C. Heed. 1'lnlntlff. vs Harold

throughout! government in all its branches. ) FUKKITUKE Small nice, just right; fur ladles ...Order Reed..f I..n..nC.Paalleatlaa. Case aad N Netlra... 780 American Oil SARDINES 1-4's Size Can 9cSetzer's

.Every retailer and every other businesstman as well & NOVELTY SHOP handbag. Bradford County .. Appear -
Starke Fla FLORIDA t.' t
floe 243 Telegraph. STATE OP
should! take part in the fight for efficient, economical gov Harold F. Heed. whos. residence Is

ernment. Only public pressure can bring it about. No 87 Ixndon.Blvd.required. Hempstead.to appear N. Y.on,

bureaucrat will economize unless he is forced to. Billions of JuTuu 1949. .In the hov. ,. named I BREAD lb. loaf white wheat pullman lOcWilson's
s Court and cans, wherein plaintiff ,
tax money can be saved if the public demands it. ;;;=; seek divorce. Bradford County ,
( Telegraph shall publish this Ordr
In next' four weekly Issues.
seal at Stark., Florida, this June 12 Oz. Can 35cSwift's
S OoDgrtssman Charles Bennett recently appeared before the House ; - -
Agriculture Committee in behalf of establishing parity for tung oil. IL ( ; SEAL Clerk of A. said J ThomasAs Court.

There are 7.COO acres of tung groves In the Second Congressional l By Haven Crosby. D. C.

District producing eight percent of the national l crop. There are also C't'V'LO dEr ( Jo.Jacksonville K. Mklpper.' Fla.221 Atty Iraham. for rif.SIT Bid-. .. Jewel SHORTENING 3 lb. Pkg. 49c

two crushing mills In the district one at Brooker -- and millions 4t T.a ,

of dollars ate Invested In the industry hue.Congrl'8sman /

Bennett reports: "The U. S. produces only one- 5rr/ Ii- AT !Make old stamp pads work like
Amaizo Table
SYRUP 1 lb.
tenth of its requirements of tung oil. The remainder la shipped to new with our rubber stamp pad. %. - lOc
Ink. Four color sIc: per' Jar. Bradfond .
us. mostly from China. The oil Is a vital war Material" used In In-
Te..raph.V. .
.uilatln& various types of electrical colls and gas tanks and In water. County

proofing ammunition, etc. Tea Garden GRAPE JUICE Pint Bottle 17c

Present costs of production In America now exceed the selling -

price of the oil, chiefly due to the recent dumping here of Chinese ,'6i/"v7I JVu/c:;;s'Jya'pOO4rfrr WELDINGL4t

oil, and we sgree with Congressman Bennett that support of the / /r ,k", t'/$ 17/' Fresh Green CABBAGE Per

American crop prices Is needed to help preserve an Industry and save pH lb. - - 4C

a war material for us. which Communist China now has a chance to b tV7
cut off at any time. o/44 ."f' / 4t'e'fDir '/
f ,

Large Juicy LEMONS, Per Dozen - 22c

\ offer the people of Starke Delight! CORN MEAL 5 lb. package 19c
IJ - -

\ : J.Hemt.Qwo & k /8 17ari1I lI'.f- I I and \lelnltjr one of the most

<{ gnj Qp ral.4 kf 6i2&PBcLcq Q. modern and finest equipped Milford Golden Bantam .CORN, No. 303 Can 12'4c'

J. F. JAUDON welding shop anywhere.

115 West Call St. Starke Fla. / \ All Work GuaranteedSMITH'S

Complete ]line Auto Accessories Tires .

Batteries Outboard Motors Fishing, MACHINE SHOP

Tackle Radio Bicycles i And Hundreds Center Cut WHITE BACON Per Pound

of other items % sag: IRIWINa y H 1. J.CKSONVILlt. noRth. Te-s-apl Av-. Starke 19c




a .


be known as "Murray's Drug &: ing up the stock of the store so big leaguers management some fifty-odd people' fJ. D. Catington? of Albany, On 1| Heads Of Five Families Living In Starke

Sundry" and will be open daily as to be able to fill every local Paul Rivers and Heyden Haa- (from surrounding lakes and I Keystone I Mr. and Mrs. VV. H. Chllds of I

Keystone HeightsBy from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00: p.m. Including need and to be of real service to klns. pitcher and catcher, led the attend Holy Mann at the Glenvlew, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Is I Are Employed At Naval: Reserve Tng. Center

Wednesdays and Sundays. the community.In attack with their hitting and exceptional Inn. IH. Fair of Holy Hill Fla., ana

: Mrs. II. L. Morgan, Jr. Mr. Murray was formerly associated the event of the establishment playing. Rivers gave up Quests registered over the week- ... and Mrs. R. F. Lyons of Sometimes you hear persons Flume home. They have a young:
7 hits and struck out 10 batters I Jacksonville. attending a baseball game or son and a baby daughter, Linda
with the Stewart-War of a medical doctor in town end were: :Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
DRUG STORE I ner Corp. of Chicago. He and the new owners will employ a In nirfe Innings Bryson Jr. of Jacksonville, Dr. Other guests who have vacationed some other public function: express Anne, born April 24 at the NA8
amazement the
at new' and hospital In
CHANGES HANDSMr. Mrs. Murray have been comingto pharmacist. Mr. Murray stated Following the game the businessmen and Mrs. Victor Clarholm of West at this spot recently were many Jacksonville. Soon after -
unfamiliar faces In the crowd, and the birth of
Keystone Heights on weekends he Is very willing to cooperatewith of the town provided enter Palm Beach, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mr. and Mrs. J. Rucker and fam- the baby, Mr.
and Mrs. John D. Murrayof both with and Mr. and Al- and Mrs. J. C. Mar- wonder "where they come from?" Monette became ill and she and
for several years and like so the Chamber of Commerceand talnment for teams a Lloyd son, Mrs. ily and Mr.

Jacksonville and Spring Lako many people, decided that It wouldbe offer any Inducement he possibly weiner roast, and swimming at bert Watts and son, Mr. and Mra. shall and family of Macon, Ga. Well the Telegraph i Isn't pre- Linda Anne went' to the home other

have purchased the local drug a fine place to situate them. could to a doctor. the home of Manager Wilson on J.V.. Nelson all of Jacksonville who spent their vacation fishing pared to answer this question in parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. f.

and sundry store from Mr. and selves.At Welcome to Keystone Mr. and Lake Brooklyn. Assisting Mrs Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith and swimming and boating; Mr. and complete detail but we do know Chasteen In Birmingham, Ala. fora

Mrs. E. V. Stuckey Jr. It will I present they are busy build- Mrs. Murray, and may your new\ Wilson were Mrs. P. H. Haaklns. sons of Starke, Mr. M. T Wenzel Sire Julian E. Jackson of Jack. that there are many new families Mrs stay.Monette Before returning underwent to Starke
In Starke with various Int..restIng an
successful Mrs Robert Jackson, Mrs. M. L. and daughter of Gainesville More annvtlle thoroughly enjoyed their operation
I venture be a very one. Sibley, Miss Betty Jean Rowland Jacksonville guests included Mr. stay here. connections. For instance the and Is now recuperatingsatisfactorily. .

GIRL SCOUTS" ATTEND CAMP of Keystone and Mrs. Hardie of and Mrs. John P. Greer and Mr Also registered were Mr. and families of five men connected .

FIVE POLIO PRECAUTIONS I Miss Gladys Tlllua local Scout Jacksonville.On Greer's mother, Mr and Mrs. W. Mrs. Ray Heck and Mr. and Mrs. with U. S. Naval Reserve Train- V. V. Lukasiewicz, Yoeman 1st

I : Mistress, Is very happy to announce Sunday the JacksonvilleTile L. Brakes, Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Charles Campbell of Shelbyvllle. :' Ing Center' are now living In class, hl)'< wife and little daughter
ARE LISTED FOR PARENTS Starke and forming a worthwhile live In of the Nollman. cot-
that two-thirds of the Co. Junior Team defeated (I I Allen, Mr, and Mrs. Wayne H. Ind. Mr. and Mra. Louis Miller I one
of the and Mrs. W. Russell contribution to the community. lager on South Walnut St., rPrevatt's
entire membership Keystone Keystone by a score of 172. [Perrlne. Mr. of Miami Mr. and Mrs. R. N.I
will attend Camp Mr and Mrs. W. J. Sr., These men are members of the Garage. He Is assigned
Heights Troop Bryson
Warning that the 1949 polio season : tightly covered and safe from flies. For Ui e first five innings/\ the Allen and party of Jacksonville. "station keeping" complement at clerical. duty at the Center.E. .
Chowenwaw Black Creek from Mr. and Mrs. A, E. Grant and
other insects. Garbage should- Mr. and Mra. W. Speakman of
l is "just around the corner' the or Midgets held the Jax champs
the Center which Is located at 8. Norton Machinist Mate
National Foundation for Infantile tightly covered and. if other disposal July 10 until July 23. Miss Tillus 4.2 but were swamped at the end Mrs. Retta Shad. Baton Rouge, La, Paul H. Hummer -
facilities lacking it of her scouts for Mr. D. Rice Mrs. Hazel Harris Field' in Gainesville and 2-c. with his wife and two children
Paralysis today issued a Hit of pre- are } Is rightly proud of the full nine innings. I Joseph and family of St. Louis, Mo.
'cautionary measures to be observed should be burled or burned. they themselves have earned dur- S. Rice and Mr. and Mrs C. V. and( Mr. and Mra. R. N. Rollingand will soon be housed In a new J150OOO ,- occupy a trailer at tho Pine

by those In charge of children The National Foundation also\' ing the past year $15 per girl After the game White Feather :Stoker of Gainesville Mrs. E. A.Haynie family of Bowling Green, Ky. plant Five of the eight men Forest Camp Just south of Starkn
te listed the of I Court was host for a swimming the staff live In Starke. Route
during epidemic danger period following symptoms t toward the camp fees. of Atlanta Gr., Mr. and Mr and Mr. R. K needle who on present on 20O.
which, usually runs infantile paralysis: headache nausea pal ty for both teams. Cooled and Officer In charge at the centerIs In addition to their duties lUll
< The following girls will attend: Mrs. Guy Austin of Klngsland, are enjoying a long stay at the "
{from May through or upset stomach muscle soreness I much refreshed the boys then Lt F. O. West, who. with Mrs. station keepers these men .
.October, reaching its or stiffness and unexplained ,) Helen Brown Marilyn Rushton, 'I went to the home of Mr. and Mrs Ga., Mr Jay D. Flnchwr of Oxford Court had l as their bridge guests West and their three children instructors serve

,[peak during the hot, fever. Should polio strike in your, I Ann Vance, Dulcy Brown Joyce P. H. Haskins on Keystone Lake Cal., Mr. and Mrs. Otis recently Mr. and Mrs. P. H. as at Monday night
(mid-summer months. family, call a doctor immediately.Early .\) Fielder, Susie Slprelle. Ann Wal for CHHrm of Ventlna, Cal., Mrs. .' Owen I Klaiiatormeyer, Jr., Mr and Mra. live In the Presbyterian Manse on classes held for Navy reservl l>tIn
The five casy-to-fol- diagnosis and prompt treat-}) rath, Bobbe BaHtedo, Doris Slprel I and daughter Barbara and Mrs. N A. Parker and Mr. and Mrs. Cherry St. this district.
low health rules for ment by qualified medical personnel; I I le, Joyce Brown. ;; FOl'RTII OK JULY Dan Owen of Chattanooga, Tenn. K. 11. Ja ineckl. J. E. a. Heath, Bosom Mate The prople of Starke are enjojrtng -
children are: often prevent serious crippling, the\) I, Chief, and assistant to Lt. West, their association with these
1. Aroid crowds and National Foundation pointed out. j I Linda Walker, Jesse, Muriel Activity aboundeJ over the holi- I and J. VV Goodhew and family of At present Mr. and Mra. Jo. la occupying\ new house built families and hope they will bot

places where close The organization emphasized Dykes, Nancy Hearst and Lolly day weekend Keystone Beach had Birmingham, Ala. rn-ph Lo Blanc and Mr. and Mrs by S. E. Sparks on South WaterSt. with IM for a long time to come.
(contact with other persons U likely I I that fear end anxiety should beheld ; Spencer were unable to go to a record crowd and what a sightit I The White Feather Court owned C. J. Davis and family both of He' recently returned from

2. Avoid over-fatigu. caused by to a minimum. A calm, confi.\ camp but have been most loyal was to watch the boats whizzing and operated by Edward Bleha Jax are relaxing; at White Feather and
(too active play or exercise or irregular dent attitude U conducive to health and co-operative throughout the over the water, the young and Arthur Rusher are happy to for a week while the R. N. Mississippi was accompanied Tobacco Loans
home his who visiting
/ by -
parents are
and Parents it said.
hours. should recovery.remember that of all those I year and helped in many waysto I people weaving their patterns on ,'announce that the rest of their Fuquiis and their son, John, also him here, together with Mrs.Heath Will Be Based On
3. Avoid swimming in polluted water skies and Hurt boards and cottages are now complete and I
the realized here for
amount to- Jacksonville ,
60 ret earn people are
stricken per cent or more t and their two daughters
water. Use only beaches or public the seaplanes swooping down to i ready for occupancy. These cottages 90 Pet. June Parity
while another 25' each two week
I pools declared safe by local health cover completely ward girl's registration. \V.V.. Monette, DC (Damage
to shore.Ve Tom facing Lake Keystone have
left with taxi saw Camp. ;
per cent are only slight I '
.authorities. The VV .f. Slprelle'd lakeside Controlman) lives with his fanftlv
after effects.! I J idlDGKTS< WIN ONE, LOSE ONE bell parking a piano from Keystone I beautiful appointments and are I The U. S. Department of Agri-
4. Avoid sudden chilling. Remove If polio is actually diagnosed Manager W. P. (Kaon) Wilson'aKeystone Airpark on Simmons Bench I the ultimate In comfort and con lawn wan the netting for a good In an apartment at the F F culture recently annminvd th,\
wet shoes and clothing al once and old-fnHhion-d 4th of July picnicon )
contact the chapter of the National ------ ---- ,
Heights Midget Baseball and assumed he was taking time ,venience. price-support loan program for
I keep extra blankets aad heavier
Foundation for Infantile Monday. Eighty fruettta, Hum .
Paraly. !Merrill of Jacksonville.Mr.
clothing handy for sudden weather Team defeated St. John's out to come home to lunch. < Enjoying\ the private accommodations 1040-crop U. S. and Puerto Rlcftiitobacco.
ais serving community. The and DuPont peronnel and
your phreys .
and Mrs. E A. Riwhtonanil
.changes. Park Midget Team of Jackson Keystone Inn was hummingwith at this abode over the .
chapter will pay that part of the' the) families of Keytone HelRhtr
children Kullrt nnd
5. Observe the olden rule of coat of care and treatment which > ville last Wednesday afternoon bya the holiday spirit This Sun- weekend were Mr. W. L. Williams Jacksonville boated Marilyn The loans will be- made by the
and ,
swam, ,
[ personal! cleanliness. Keep food patient or family cannot meet. score of 6 5. day morning and every Sunday and his family of Jacksonville, and to have returned from a two weeks I Commodity Credit Corporation on

The Keystone Heighter's handled during the summer through the Lt. and Mra. J. T Mew of Green ,aquaplaned played games auto trip. They first went to the busts of official standard

I CUT OUT AND KEEP. FOR REFERENCE I themselves on the field like I kindness! and genesosity- of the ,Cove Springs, Major and Mrs I I|their Also heart's picnlclng delight.on the lake werethe Memphis' Mr Rushton's Miss where brother they and visited his- I /grades at a specified rate for each

1 I A,, H YVaUons and the W. II.Itedl''nll wife. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Rush grade.( Loans will be nvallabla
on I04' flue-cured tobaccoat
and their families. ton. In Greenville, S. C. the V crop
DO percent of the June 15 parity -
W Ftushtons another. brother, en-
sun.U'I'F.:04! : rtitlned the travelers. Altogetherthey .
Mrs Kyle: McMuitry and Mm coveted eight states and The loans will. ho made avail*
i Lydia I Ilinloy" wern' hostesses fur atjl It' to cooperating dur
\were especially Impressed( by glowers
at;& 7 BEE' a dessert bridge on the grand big !their Journey through the Smoky ing the 1919-flO marketing season/
posh of I Keystone Inn litxt Wednemlny -
NDEIlJY ,. All guests agreed it was and Blue Ridge Site each specified' type of tobacco

the mewl delightful way to upend Miss Audrey. Rlgglns; nnd Muster / through farmers' cooperative and

a hot afternoon.An Ray Rigging/ of Jacksonvillehave other responsible organizAtions.Actual .
been the guests of Mrs. W
I ice cream pie (Mrs. average rates in cents per
I P Wilson. and her daughter, Betty
Week's specialty) was served ,with for .
pound flne-eured tobacco will
Jean Rowland on I colfi-M lit 11)0:( pmA regular'
for the past two weeks.. be announced In July.
pie crust held, lime, rllwb'rry,
Mr, and Mrs R. K. needleweekended
and vnnllln lee cream' with a luscious
In Mlnml.
lightly browned meringue
!Mr. and Mrs Frank HleUman of
scan Tulflii, Okla. are visiting their
)yp I l.ydhi's;' I "delicious home-mml- HOW TO KILL IT.
je daughter: and .son-in-law, Mr sand
I fudge brought sighs from all IN ONE HOUR
tun 9 Mrs N. A. Parker. ,
the, dieting ladles IP NOT PLEASED: your Ute Wlr,
Sirs Vivian Sanders of Jacksonville )
toasts for the afternoon were A..b any drurilM' for STRONO.n.lcld. '
has conic to make' her Tl... M.H WI".h OO fwront:
Mr. It I. Walker Mrs W J. home with her mother Mrs. Sidney .. .Icohnr. it I'FNF.IKArrV: R..fh.. .....
s Whitesidos, Mrs. H. II Rosa Mrs kllli MORE: .>rm> .U.rtr. f"J.yC.VIII'K.NTKIt'S .a
Church. Mrs. Margaret Grn-
R. K ]Heedle Mrs. .V, M Wal- .
: : IHU'OALSO 1oIrlttrr
: -r ham, Mrs Sander's daughter anti
rnth, Jr Mrs. S.R. Mrs
McKay, her grnn I II. L. Morgan, Jr., Mrs. Hay Vlck-
been here several mouths.
trn. Mrs W. J. Slprelle, Sirs C.

9fc J. HrtNtedo Mrs. Pat Frnher and l'U:04'r: U".C'F.U'II'I':04" : :' ::

Mina (lertrtnle Houser. Postmaster Frank Walrath, Jr.. I

C r>,. Whltraldc and Cntherln proudly announces another stepIn FLOOR

tone hiivo been most welcome' the progress of Keystone

r3L_ vlHltor.s all week with their nw Heights. The. postofflre was advanced Sanding

(t. Dishwasher: \) Ooninnstrutlons, from third class. to second a :

Fat-R lieTENDERAY Tiwt 'nil Keystone I Services! and lassi KtiitiM effective 'last Friday ...

t'e have/ your dishes done some night Miss\ Cladya Tlllls Is the efficient ..

,t, when you've Invited, at least 12'' slurp. In the postofflce. ....
? to dinner Ni obligations whatsoever I
: I'AINTI.Vr; t
l'tIUo'yr'II'F.o.ItnUol: : : :
Seven members of the AM KKDKCOKATING .
It is nlro to see Mr. and Mrs'
I, Wallace [)ovnhnmo! from nextended Heights Rotary Club have a perfect foil KHTMItTK MUITK
attendance record for the!
II motor tour through
I entire\ year. They are Mesfiis, Mir-
eleven stales tho Carolina Mountains
tin MI'I and '
the bunt 1'1 mok 11'11.
'C f't .. Mr. Watson\ and Wiggins '%, ITA.
4 a' fg"r, They ni fne north' .sConnecticut
( At the meeting lust .Friday, two
where they visited New \VorU Old Uork. .%ndl.l.orlt
of the new members, Mel Sargentand
; tho C H. Turner.. foirneriy 01Keystone .\
It. A. Weeks, gave their El 1C.KrKFD!
IMffhtl./ In WeslfleM
Conn "blulCru ph des". I .--------------..
they stopped over with Siranal

I jj./x rhor | Mrs C R Pmiraall who winter .,..-..-.--.-----..--- -- --.-- .-- .--.-_u-_ .-_ .-_ ___ ._.._._,

In Melrosa Whileth..re the,

attended the wedding, / the Pour

sail's ceptlon granddaughter at the Echo Lake and Countr the. re>. fft, ){ f .

Club Pennsylvania Sirs In the Mllnor their J.yt'omln1'0118.Doroy hands/ were who Mrend an ot : ,

known to Keystone Freighters. Of :i

tpeelnl mention, was the Doylng'a

"* ',e. stop In Chardon Ohio with their' Helped [fill Prescription
: your
L ..
win and 'dniighter-ln-law! Mr and. ] I

Mr 'Kenneth: Altkcn here the'

tnt'Hwil 1 the graduation from

f high school) of I their granddaugher ,

:, loan Altken. CTmlnif south :' .
\ I
I hey enjoyed an ov..rnight 1 hunt. "I.1 I t

"'/ I rip 'nn the Chesapeake. Hay fromtiehmond .

,.f to Norfolk and spent f i' ya
w I nevrrul days nt Virginia HenchMr -Jr I

I and Mrs. Fred Victor had a;:1 i
I ,si weekend guests Mr and 11-1".1 I J/

What Is Eat Rite Nt Other Beef So Fresh : Donald Kversol: and Mr. Clydelinpattaat .

Tenderay Beef, ? Can Be So Tender d.I t'r

Eat-Rite Tenderay Beef .Is I ,
Briefly Eat-Rite Tenderay"Beef is fresh-killed Grade for grad. no othrr beef 10 fresh can

beef made deliciously tender without expensive be so tender' ti Eat: -Rite Tenderay Beef. Thin l I / I
claim cannot be truthfully made for other .
wasteful Tenderay ageing method, by discovered the government and patented Tender Every Time. You Buy It beef. any f .

-Rite Tenderay Beef Is sold exclusively in j
jointly by the research staffs of the WestingEat ,

house Electric and Manufacturing Co. The Kro
Written I ,
get Food Foundation and the Mellon Institute DoubleYonrMoneyBackGuarantee Eat t-Rite Tenderay Never i' 1
of Industrial Research.

Wilh Every PurchaseExclusively Premium Priced '

Natural 1 I
Tendering Eat-Rite Tenderly Beet brings the luxury, of ,

Speeded Up 14 Times the fresh people.rich tender beet within the reach of all .I

Eat-Rite Tenderay Beef Is speed-aged and Not one person In a thousand has tasted beef '., .
as tender a* Eat.Rite Tenderay yet it Is priced
tenderized in approximately 43 hours, 14 times '
Ours! m the tame range as other beef of comparable
faster than the old expensive wasteful method quality.

of ageing.The Have your Fire Insure I

valuable Tenderay juices process and preserves flavor natural vitamins Try Eat-Rite t Tenderay ance policies checked you bring' s prtKrlptfon M w !. bi filled.. far pMnltllC"

.'"., --. .. .."".",,4't!:"'" ,; Beef at Our Risk! WHIM upon the best tf the w rld't rMvrt for the hMHff
Added 1 NOW
Nothing Only =
c .........- So dead lure are we that you. and everyone Ingredients which ire ffclllflly < Mipound Into ,...
"Toughness" Taken .;; who loves tender delicious flavorful Beef will ,

T J acclaim Eat-Rute Tenderay as the "world'. ;.. ..&<,.... Perhaps fee tfiawtand peel. .... helped' I. gather. ,,.*-.
is added to the Beef by I greatest meat discovery" that we are offering -
and Nothing nothing except TOUGHNESS TenderayLOftf i J1 it GUARANTEE under a DOUBLE if It', not YOUR tender.MONEY BACK J ... ... ass *nd purify the drupe that com fim ell war the glob I. kombfcud .

away. Eat-Rite Tenderay ".. Every cut of Eat-Rite Tenderay Beef will b* Charley E. Johns by our phannedtt f*> exKtfy M yew M.d(.
That s why
J !ii and customer
DER EVERY TIME you buy itThat's why we sold with guarantee every
can offer a written DOUBLE-YOUR-MONEY- .%' will receive auch guarantee in writing at the Agency

BACK guarantee if it's not tender. time of purchase l-hona IS STAKKK, FLA.


Guaranteed Tender or Double Your.; Money Back! :-'-... .., 53 J

*.*_""...THE TNAVCtEM. Hartford.
I -1.



Blatant to SHERIFF HOLDS:I TEN said, reported the gypsies smeared
McMahone-Watterson Pictured wear. For instance, whip I
Wedding Party buttonholes lasted considerably: MEMBERS:I OF GYPSY a little paint on their stoves and
AT DeFL'NIAK charged prices varying from Sir)
longer when BAND
the number of stitches
.) \ /I, I to $:)0.I .
', ,
-- t was raised from 17 to 37 per
;: \ y. Inch. But when still more stitches DeFUNIAK SPRINGS I Sheriff. Miller said he ordered

were added, they wore only slight Ten members of a band of between two leaders to hold the entire band.
J} I 150 and 200 gypsies travel- in the camping place pending Investigation
'/ J ly longer and In some cases not
;4 as long. ing In 25 cars and 13: trailers have of the complaints A.<

The kind of thread another been taken into custody by Sheriff I the sheriff issued this order! hi.
:n.r.1<1t'1u'Q Polly Mann Office aw factor Curtis Miller following numerous said that only three cars A-, ,,
long-wearing' button-
Phone 173WBrannenNelson' Editor: Piano 29 complaints of Walton County residents at the camp site, and he prr..
In these testa buttonholes who claim to have been"victimized" sumed "the rest were out fixtm-
----------- --------- -------- made with unmercerized thread the
by members of the "
stoves over county.
f&t were more resistant to wear than
Baptist Circles those made with mercerized band.
thread. The arrests were. made by depu- :MOTHERS! Register Tile

Mr. and Mrs Raiford W. Bran- Met TuesdayCircles : W Also affecting wear were the ties of Sheriff Miller working New Baby For Valuable
with R. K.': Robertson and Sgt.
nen of the State Farm announcethe of the Baptist W M, U kind of fabric, and kind of stitch Pirtle of the State Highway Patrol Gift At Our Store
used for the
engagement and approaching: met Tuesday, July 5. buttonholes On med. .
,::.1. ium quality percale, buttonholeswore "
marriage of their daughter PaulIne hostess ; ..
Mrs. J. H. DuPro was longer than on higher or Sheriff Miller said that the "J" "'1'.

to Mr. Jack Nelson son at to Circle Three at her home on .1 ,\{ lower quality percale The so- gypsies whose cars bear Mississippi V0- .
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Nelson .of the new Kingsley Lake Highway ) called purl 'stitch was better than and Alabama licenses, .

Jacksonville The marriage will Thirteen members were present i' : ,: the whip stitch for making buttonholes camped a short distance west of t

be an event of Saturday night: The meeting was opened by wear. j this city yesterday afternoon, and V, WEAREnr.thlnlr
July 9, at 8:13: o'clock, and will singing "My Country 'TIs ot i t'.t, shortly thereafter complaints be-

take place in, the Brannen residence Thee". Mrs. 3.V.. Pierce. gave I- NOW! The ball point pen the gan pouring into his office. for the Child

at the State Farm. The the Devotional, her topic being : 'I.. ,\ t \\'01'11IIalt..... for WATKR- He said the majority of complaints From Birth to 19 Year Old
Rev. John Bray, pastor of the "Christianizing" America for World '!!\- MAN'S with long-afe rartrldge. came from persons who

Ralford Baptist Church, will officiate. Evangelism. /, In beautiful Colors,. Only I SI.I said that members of the band RONNIEDONNIESTORE
No cards have been issued Others taking part on the p..og..am Small size
just right for ladle gained access: to their homes on I !:
but all friends and relatives were Mrs. M. F Hazen, Pictured above are members of the wedding party. at the marriage. of Miss Harvene Watterson and handbag/ Bradford County I the pretense that they could repair 228 E. Call Starke
Mrs. H. A. Lawnoij, and Mrs R
of the couple are invited to be Donald W. McMahone, which was an cent of June 19 in the First Baptist Church. Hampton.\ From Telegraph stoves. Several. farmers, he
A. Thomas who led In prayer.Mrs I
present. left to .right are: Emory Brown Archie ICIland, and David McMahone, ushers; JImmie McMahone best r
In -
H. Li. Brownlee was -
... Donald McMahone Rev. W. A. Scott, minister Mrs.Dorothy .
charge of the business session of man; the bridegroom and bride M. and Mrs. ; ;
Slade Home Scene I the meeting. The circle. voted to I W. Eiland, matron of honor; little Alta Marie Eiland, flower girl. ; Misses Louise Kelly and

Of Surprise SupperT give $60 from the treasury to the Mary Ella Ward bridesmaids; and Frederick Watterson, usher.

Building Fund. I
}r. Slade was the honor The meeting was closed with \ I/ 11
guest at a surprise dinner party prayer> by Mrs. H. A. Lawnon. chairman, gave plans for the Methodist WSCS Tenderay Beef 1

given Monday evening by Mm. Refreshments were served by Brotherhood Supper which will
Met At Exclusively
Slade at their home on Kingsley the hostess assurted by her daughter he held July 11 at the Lawson's Kingsley I
home on the Jacksonville High At Lovett's Store } lona PEACHES No. 2'/' Can .
Lake. The occasion was his birth- Nancy. Circles of the W. S. C. S. ot -, 21c
day anniversary. The next meeting of the circle way.Mrs. the Methodist church met on I
Supper waa nerved Informallyon will be with Mrs.: W. J. Epperson, E. D. Tardy community afternoon 5. "Eat-Rlte Tenderay Beet said
Tuesday July
the spacious porch of the Sr., with Mrs. O. A. Anderson. as chairman. gave her report. to bn the world's. only Government I lona TOMATOES, No. 2 Cans, 2 for 23c
Circle One met at the Klngsle; patented method of tenderizingfresh .
Slade home. co-hosteea. Mrs. Marlon Reddish closed the
Lake home of Mrs. W. A. Bessent beef. Is now on sale exclusively -
Those enjoying this occasion meeting with prayer. with Mrs. Carl Johns as co-host / DEXO 3 lb.
Shortening Can
Circle Two met at the Baptist here In LOVETT's store, according 79c
with the honor guest were Mr Mrs. Thomas, hostess Invitedall .
church. for the July social meet- to an announcement by
and Mrs. K. O. Duncan Mr. and members to Car-ova's
present Bright summer flowers were I Frank Nash, head of the meat department -
Mrs. 9. R. Johno, Dr and Mrs Ing.The drug store for refre hmeMII. Ann Page Tomato KETCHUP 14
A. Y. Covlngton Dr. and Mrs.B. program chairman. Mrs.. A. used in decorating.Mrs. I of the Wlnn & Lovett oz. 17c
S. Carroll of Jacksonville, and J. Thomas had charge of the pro- The next meeting will be with Bertha Pearce. circle leader Grocery Co. Mr. Nash says: JANK: PARKER:

Mrs. C. W. Sinclair and Mrs. gram. The devotional was given Mrs. Maxwell at her home on presided over the business "Briefly "Eat- Rite Tenderav White House
MILK: 3 tall 6 34c
W. S. Slade of Douglas, da. by Mrs. W. B. Alexander. Mrs.E. Keystone Road. meeting.Mrs. Reef Is fresh killed beef made Golden Loaf Cake or sm. cans
J. R. Hill the third
D. Tenly gave an Interestingtalk gave deliciously tender by the govern-
work to be done. Circle One with Mrs. L. O. chapter of "Newness of Life" ment patented Tenderay method,
Charles J. Schaefer seaman on lona Cut GREEN BEANS No. 2 Can 15c
Powell as the circle leader met The hostesses served delicious I -
TJSN. husband of Mrs. Margie L. Mrs. W. L Andrews circle without expensive, wasteful age- 25c
the business at the home of Mrs F. F. Flume. refreshments to the fourteen members discovered.
Schaefer of Route 2, Starke was leader, presided over Ing. Tenderlay was
scheduled to arrive for a six-day meeting at. which time Mrs. A. I There visitor were nine members. and one present. and perfected Jointly by the research lona Cream Style CORN, No. 2 Can 13c

visit in Dunkerque, France on A. Durden gave her treasurer's attending. staffs of Westinghouse
I The usual transaction of buai- Circle Two met in the lovely Marvel Horn. Sttlr
Electric and Manufacturing Co.
July 7 aa a crew member aboard report.
the destroyer USS O'Hara. Mr* a. R Mathews social : ness was accomplished with special Klngsley Lake home. of Mrs. J. The Kroger Food Foundation, and BREAD, 1 11/2 lb. loaf 18e Ann PageSALAD
stress being laid on the H. Hitch with M.... H. C. Ritch the Mellon Institute of Industrial
.._._---_._--- Building Fund. The was co-honteRS. Colorful spring Ann Psgn Ib. JarPEAUNT
-- program as << DRESSING
---- ------- Research. 1.1 40c 22c
In charge of Mrs. F. B. Beard, flowers were tastefully used as Eat-Rlte .Tendencyt Beef Is ; BUTTER 35c : qt. ; pt.

SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE program. chairman. decorations.Mrs. speed-aged and tenderized in a-
After the business meeting the W. E. Middleton. cochairman bout 48 hours 14 times. faster Ann FaicoLIGHT

THESE ITEMS AND MANY OTlllmS AT hostess served delightful refreshments opened the meeting with than the old expensive wasteful : MEAT TUNA. 38c FLA. DRESSED A DRAWN
which were enjoyed by all. prayer. method of aging. Tenderlay preserves -
R.E.A.L S.A.V.I.N.G.S Mrs. A. Wood gave the third all the natural I vitamins CAP CORNED BEEF 39c FRYERS lb. 45cSunn

WMU Rally July 15 chapter of "The Newness of Life valuable juices and flavor. Nothing ,
-Re toratlon", closing with a li added to the beef by Ten Kunn>field "
Sale Start Friday Morning, July 8th! )flelil Cooked
The Quarterly Rally of the Baptist prayer. derlay. and nothing except ASSORTED CEREALS 27c PICNIC HAMS lb.
WMU New River Association Delightful refreshments< were. toughness/ is taken away. 45c

One Lot Ladlt' One Lot LacU......' ('hllllrt'n' will be held at 10 a.m., July 15, served the fourteen. members 'Eat-Rlte Tenderay Beef in I lMILK0y oz. Can Sunnj'Id

DRESSES in the Antioch Baptist Church. present.. tender every time you servo It. A SWEET PEAS 3 for 25c 1CONDENSEDIona
SilO E S DRESSES;; Thin will be the annual YounPeople's /( written guarantee offering. double' Sliced BACON, Ib. 59cWilson t

2.95 & 3.95 VaJIeC To S.DJ: Rally, and all societies I Circle Three met In the homt\\ your money-back. Is given with White Hoits SWf'C'I..nf'd Horn i111\
NOW 1.95 are. urged to bring. their young of Mrs. H. H. Adams with Mrs each purchase We Invite you to 19c BACON

One Lot Laclleto' One- Lot ladies' NOW 1.95 folk. There will be an Interesting. A. N. Holiday as DRESSES guest speaker for the day. Bowls[ of zinnias and potted plants our risk." N MI ley 1 lb. -+F

4.95 & 5.95 SilO E S ('hll.I..n.sThue were used In decorating the spa OLEOMARGARINE 19c SUPER-RIGHT
, Presses' Matrons clous porch where the guests we..esea.ted. DURABLE BUTTONHOLES WESTERN BEEF :
I NOW 2.95 .
I Were to 1.031! Values To ".0:1: Circle To MeetThe Mrs. J. R. Wainwright, circle What makes a buttonhole strong

One Lot ladies' One Lot Lwllrs' leader presided over the busl.ne'89 III a question which many women e SIRLOIN STEAK, lb. 89c
_,.9,) & 3.9 Young Matrons' Circle. of meeting. The following officers who sew, and clothing manufacturers .5
Better SHOES
the' Presbyterian Church will meetat were elected: Program as well want answered. k
DRESSES NOW 3.95 lit.,)..' k Girls'. the home of Mrs. R. O. Paterson chairman-Mrs. T. H. Slade; Cec. buttonholes especially on work CHUCK ROAST, lb. 49c

Doris Dud..n corner of Washington and -Mrs.. Robert Green; Treaa.I .- clothing, must take stress and
One Lot 1,8dle. S II 0 R T S
k Others. Val- Grand Streets on Thursday July strain.
Mrs. James Hobbs; Hostess Fresh
Uf'S UTI'J.9.' SHOES Vahurs. To 1.98 14 at eight o'clock. All members(I chall'man-Mrs. T. H. Slade; Sec. Laboratory studies shedding Ground Beef, lb. 47c
4r :
NOW 8.95 I are urged to be- present and visItors Membership chairman-Mrs. Will- light on the best ways to make 3-20c

NOW 98e are welcome. ard. Pass. The business meeting 'durable. buttonholes have just been Smoked BACON
One lot laelies'One '' SQUARES lb. 29c
Let Ladles', 'II: Childrcn's was closed with prayer by Mrs. I completed by textile and clothing .\.uM>rted Flavors 3 for -

BLOUSES SANDAlS BgtlVaiaee John H. Kinlaw, W. O. Halle. specialists of the Bureau of Human SPARKLE GELATIN. 20c
& Short The ho tes es served delicious Nutrition and Home Economics Assorted COLD CUTS
To '7.93 9Se & 1.9S lb. . 49C
: rh Former Resident, refreshments. to the twelve members U. S. Department. of Agri- nwrkle; Limon

Now NOW I.9SLadl. Dies'In Vet HospitalJohn and two guests present. culture. The number of stitches PIE FILLING :3 J for 20c
E X T R A I per Inch the type of thread the Skinless WEINERS, 1 Ib. in Cellophane 49c

Ie.i Itoyx. II. Kinlaw, 48 former resident New Pelican Club quality and kind of fabric. all effect In tomato Share 1 1.... CanAiNNIPA
UATIIING SPECIAL! "'life & Palm of Starke died Sunday, June the wearabtlity of buttonholes, : -. lOc

SUI T S Yrl. & Satt ui 26, In a veterans hospital at Au- Attracts CrowdsIn according to these studies. GEBEAANS- Fresh COTTAGE CHEESE, lb. 21c

'Wilt' To 1.9. S I T S gusta, Ga. Funeral services. were. WeekThe .Mo-called purl buttonholes, .
ONLY long &: Short conducted In Jacksonville by Rev. Opening made with a buttonhole machine .PEARS No. 2yt ('an. 43c

2.9: 3.95 & ::1.93 l>a"t.& ..93. E.': B. McGIll pastor of the West. Pelican Club owned and like[ that used in commercial cloth- 'Ann I'nirn No. :3 Can SAUSAGE MEAT, 1 Ib. bag . 39c
".9J; With each pair minster Presbyterian Church and operated by Mr. and Mrs. J. W Ing manufacture and whip but GRAPEFRUITSections- 18c
tit 1.-1It'. Metter \\'rt'l To 8.93 burial| was in Evergreen Ceme- Jordan, was opened last Saturdayand tonholes, made with a home-type .
Miss Swank shoes at regular I the owners expresses themselves I!sewing machine attachment were Ann Page No. 2 Can June Parker

Lace I.TrimmedS I P H prlees ((8.9 to Long Boys'(Pants tery.Mr.. Kinlaw was a eon of the as highly pleased with the compared. The number of stitches ..PINEAPhLE JUICE .. 17c Our Own Tea

NOW 2.9: 8,93)) you get 2.95 late D. C. and Mary Handley Kin- patronage that has been accorded. per inch Is, of first. Importance in AAP, Orate .\. No. 2'1Can Potato t t Chins
another pair at \ law pioneer residents of Florida, their establishment during( its making buttonholes that resist

ONLY 'II All 'hlhlr"n' widely known In naval stores oper. opening week. friction it appears from these PEACHES. 29c
testa. Increasing the number of 1 lIb. 91c
Buy I At R"I&'I- sties & widths BATHING atlons around Jennings and Law- inK week. 5 23c
The Club Is located Highway I stitches per Inch-up to a certain oz.
Jar I'rlce. ".11\: In most. ..1)1' ... SUITS Now
Get; 1 FREE t C.\SII OSM'I 1.93 & 2.93 Surviving are a son, John H. 16 (old Kingsley Lake road), point*-made buttonholes more rePtj -

I';:In law, Gainesville; a daughter, about half way between Starke .
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Miss Katherine Kinlaw of Jack- and the lake. It Is attractively I Self Rising

sonville; a brother. ., J. TCdd Kinlaw, decorated with murals of Florid.

The Smart Jacksonville Beach, and three sls- scenes, and Is equipped with private lona FLOUR, 25 lb. bag 1.49
Shoppe tore: Mrs. Willa J. Shoemaker and dining rooms and spacious

Airs Fred. .1. Morrow of Jackson dance floor

ville, and Mrs. Loeb Duncan of Mr. Jordan announces that hoU TIDE
I 5 giant size pkg. 73c
Gainesville.SPECIAL. In position to cater to parties, .
:--- -- --- ---------,
dinners or other special occasions
if he is given short notice. The Sun., 1\1..n.. TIIPN.' July 10-13
club features. curb service and Bright Sail BLEACH qt. tIc

there la no cover charge excepta Red Canyon
nominal fee per couple on Sat Utah Bing CHERRIES, lb. 29c

urday night.Recent With Edgar, Buehanon Jane Bright SailWINDOW ,
Harwell l

BirthsBirths snORTRTOON: California tine-ltlpenivl Jumbo SB's WAX, pt. 25c

as reported. at Shady- Ue >> 'BLK FEATURECaptain Each
crest Hospital the past, week erras -
follows: I Bright Sail u ,?.
, : Mr. and Mrs. Heywood Carson FuryBrian
Glddens of Glenn St. Mary Air Purifier Deodorant 35c

a son Ivy Carson Glddens. or Aherne, Victor :MrLatc- Iceberg LETTUCE 60's,2-19c
SOFA BEDS June 29. l'n. Paul Lukas ,

.. Mr. and Mrs. WilliamVt'Rley AND Octagon CLEANSER 8c
Baggett of Starke a daughter, -

Mary Wlnell Baggett.* on June 26 For The LoveOF Fresh Green BEANS, 2 lb. 29c
Mr. and Mrs. James Cecil! I
Up to $104.95 N-O-W $59.95 Octagon.
--- Thornton of Starke a daughter, MARY

I Agnes Marie Thornton born art Calif. Santa Rosa PLUMS, lb. 19c
Laundry SOAP 3 bars 20c
June 22. Deanna Durhln A JelTrv'' I.>nn ,

Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard Carne-
New Shipment BEDROOM SUITS Fri, Sat., July. IS. Itt
leous Harley of Lawtey a son, DOUBLE FE.tTUREMillion S. Car. PEACHES, Fresh, 3 lb. 39c
Hubbard Randel Harley born Talco STARTING MASH

June 21.

Mr. and Mrs. John Sails Brown Dollar Calif. LEMONS 432's doz. 43c 25
$89.95 To $299.50 I lof Lawtey a daughter, Janet I 99c 100 lb. 3.75PGE

Marie on July 1.REVIVAL. WEEKEND

Gene Raymond, Francis Led White LIMM or Bagged r

NOTICE erer Stephanie Pall II Va. POTATOES, 10 lb. 39c
HART Revival service will be held AND
FURNITURE CO: at the Congregational Methodist
Church, 1 1-2 mile out on Brownie GUN SMUGGLERS White California Washed

CALL STREET STARKE FLA. road, beginning Sunday night TIm Bolt Richard Martin Long POTATOES lb. 29c''

July 17. Preaching will beby- ,Aim Chap 1 of New Serial
Rev. L. G. Hemingway. Everybody
Invited. _= --I"

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Mrs. Hal P. Gillen and Paula Mr. and Mrs Charles Hardy lanta Monday and accompanied ScenicVonderland

are in Fernandina for an extended I and children accompanied by El- his wife back to Starke that In 'Red Canyon'

visit with Mr. and Mrs. don Hardy and family, spent the night.

i na&li Nick Tiliakos and family. Fourth in Jacksonville \Muse Dorothy Ross', Bradford At Park TheatreA

t <) 4N Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dampier I Mrs. R.. F. Prathcr and daughter County home demonstration agent scents wonderland never before '

had as dinner guests on Satur- Sandra of Jennings La. are attended a family reunion at
day night Mr. and Mrs. J. W visiting! Mrs. Fay Gill at. Kings-: I the home of her parent. Mr. and lined In pictures forms the

THE NEWS Clapp of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. p. I ley Lake for the month of July Mrs. J. B. Ross, In Homestead setting. of the technicolor pro-

leIn A. Dampier of High Springs Miss I Mr. and Mrs Ray W. Ma pel on the Fourth. duction. "Reel Canyon". playing
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r Julia Marie Dampier of Jacksonville spent the Fourth at Horseshoe! Judge and Mrs. John A. H. Mur- At the Park Theatre this Sunday
e- Mr. and Mrs. James Preston Mrs. Rhoda Dumpier and Billy and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. w s ar I Hay on the Gulf flailing phree and: family of Gainesvilleare Monday and Tuemlay

g and son, Jimmy spent Sunday and accompanied by Misses Patricia Grlffla and Marsha I I Mrs. VV. f Godwin and MrVV. spending this month In the Ann BIyth Howard Duff and

Monday at Daytona Beach. and Barbara Clapp of Atlanta Virginia Engram of State Farm, J. Chandler are> visiting their Tlllman cottage on Klngaloy Lake. George Brent are starred. In thin
visited Mr. and Mrs. Nick Tllla- (
_ R. C. Dampler: went fishing in accompanied by Delbert Crews r' t sister Mrs If. B. Montgomery in ;Mr. and, Mr Harry W. Lappe thrilling/ dm ma of the West
koa and In Fernandina
the Ocklawaha River over the family Mr. and Mrs. G: E. Crews and Griffin, Ga. They will stay about and daughter. Beverly and son- The dlnroverv of tho new Ki-ttlns,

weekend of the Fourth. Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Calvin Williams attended a i i'ti4 two weeks I in-law and laughter, Mr and Mrs. was in Tlbbet. Valley near Mlrrror

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Studsttll Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Stump fish-fry and swimming party at | Mrs. J. F. Rnbb and children of OWf'11fIIs) have returned to Lake, 58 miles northwest of

spent Sunday and Monday in left yesterday to visit their son- the home of Mrs. D. W. Raley on Hastings oreo visiting \Mrs.. Fay Starke to make their home aftera I Kaniih. Here a picturesque. stream

Lakeland. Go* visiting Mr. and In.lawand daughter Mr. and Mrs. Santa Fe Lake Thursday afternoon Gill this week. stay of several months in Carlsbad wander. through tres-Iinel meadows .

Mrs. J. F. Studstill.Mr. VV. H. Thomson In Montlcello. t NI VnL I The O. B. Flynn family had n : N. M., At present. they are Into, a small, enchanting;

and Mrs. Leonard Smith Mrb. L. F. Smith Sr., and Tom Mr. and Mrs. Tom Slade had as + M reunion at Klngsley: Lake at the residing" In the Carter apartmentso(1 lake It was selected as H perfectsetting

pent the weekend of the Fourth ,( left Saturday for Brevard, N. C. their weekend guests at their V it e L. M. Gray cottage over the ( North Cherry Street The for love. scenes between

111 'St. Augustine with her parent Tht'ywlll: remain until school homo on Kingsley Lake Mr. and r1 Fourth. Practically all the children Lappes say that after spending a Miss Blyth and Duff.

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis. I starts in August. Mm. C. W. Sinclair and Mrs of a large family. were present. few months In other parts, they The. exciting story Is based on

ARROW !SIIIICT SALK at AL ST.VHKK BF.l'TSIIOP VV. S. Slade from Douglas, Ga. R. E. Cutcheon spent( the weekend I have decided' there is no other Zone Grey's popular western nor-

VAREZ.': $1.1)5): and $:!.43. I' VVMu'a. to announce that Mr.*. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez and of the Fourth In Dot han, Ala I state like Florida, and no other "Wildlife".

Mr and Mrs. Fred Echerds and Pt>arl<> (i'olion Mill be available forappointment's family spentathe weekend of the' Mrs. VV L Kdwnriln and daujfhter I| town In Florida like Slarke.

children of Jacksonville spent the beginning Friday Fourth at Jacksonville Beach. Fredrlkn, of Jacksonvillewere They are definitely "brfck to GIRL SCOUT NEWSA

Fourth weekend with the C. A. June 8th. Just Phone. Oil- Mr. and ?tr.. C. C. Hoppe and In SUrke Sunday visiting I stay"

Futches at their home on Kings. Mr. and Mrs. John MilHgan! hud son, Jimmy, from Tampa visited 1 +tth r' r Mrs. W H Struth and Mms Kate: i I grand and glorious: tints was"

ley Lake. as their weekend guests at their Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley over t 1. 1 t __wfr -. 1 i Struth. I: County Bond Quota had by 12 memhe'M of the Senior
I'' '
Mr. and Mrs. J. Albert Lee 4 r '
the weekend.Her First \KKO\V Mllltr \I.K: Group of the Girl Scout Troop on
visited his parents in Naylor, Ga. home on 8th. St., Mrs. Ray North many friends will be glad i In >" -ar.! $1.11.11",1 !*'!. II. .\1..- I IlUZ. According to the eighth report their weekend camping trip. It

last weekend. Mrs. Gordon Lee and daughters Barbara and Leigh, to hear that Mrs. J, W. Ktncald "'.\ : (issued by the State Director, Bradford wan a big success in spite of raTn.

Albert's mother returned with Mrs. Lelia Wilkinson and Miss recently ill with typhoid fever is Miss Lucille Alvarez spent Sunday Countlamt had purchaned $11.- What fun we had at the midnight

them to visit in their home on 'Tina Norton of Newnan. Ga. and I progressing nicely and expects to and Monday< In Jacksonville" i 116 worth of Savings rtondH during ten party, anti swimming. was enJoyed -

Klngsley: Lake for several days. from Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. be fully recovered soon. visiting her sister Mrs. O. P the Opportunity Drive. This Friday/ night And Saturday

Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Morgan, Mrs. : Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson Dyal. I! figure represents. 497 percent of I I afternoon at the.1. H Ritch place/
C. O. Garret Miss Effle Garrett
Shirley Pollett and children and Jr. spent Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs. Humid SulllMin j the 120.000 quote The drive WOK on KlngRley Lake. Many thank
and Miss Mary Dana. '
Mrs. Emmalyne Matthews and with the Morgan Darbys on Santa and Mr and Mrs Lonnle Sullivan''' scheduled to end June 30. to Mr. and Mrs. Rltch.

arm sp nt the weekend of the Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Morgan left Fe Lake. Mary Sue and Sally the holiday In Branford visiting .
pent learn
chosen to
Hiil j I Eight girl were
for except -
Sometime like < reason
w<> to .publish a picture no g
Fourth with Mr. and Mrs.. L. It. Tuesday for Tampa to attend the Ann Epperson spent this time their mother Mrs. John Sul- ]: ('.VKI{ OK THINKS I the game of tennis. It la to b...
that It It something pretty to look. at. 1'nder that t-.la..lfI..atl..nrom.
Morgan, Jr. in Sparr. funeral of his sister Mrs. F. A.
with their grandparents Mr. and llvan.
We wish to express our sincerenppreciatlon taught by Buddy Bishop.If
.'. ho above of Ion \Vaim\rlRht paring herfirst
Glenn Wood, of Clewiston spent 1 King Shirley Pollett and childrenand photograph Belly
Mr R. L. Richard on Spring Mrs. Inez Kelly: Mrs. Alton to our Starke
the past week with the George Emmalyne Matthews and son Lake. long. party dressa ....letter m-rattlon" In tin life of any ytninglady Dobbs' mother, Is in Illinois for friends for the lovely many flowers and 'anyone knows where we can
dried cnrmotalka
I some please
Flynns. followed on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ha.tcht'r.Jr. I'hoto by II ll\voinl. Camera A rift Shop three weeks. other .
____ _____ ,. expansions sympathy get In touch with 1Irs.V.. J.Kpperson .
and daughter, Peggy of Beckley n I Mr. and III rs. A.Y.. Anderson, shown us during the death of our Jr. before Friday after

Yes The Tourists And Transients Like W. Va., were guests last The Rev. and Mrs. B. E. Sim- Russell. Judd was home with Jr., accompanied by Mrs. Ander, father, H. C. Mathls. of Lakeland noon. If we can get some they will

week of Mrs. Hatcher's parents! mona and children Nancy and his family and friends. for the son's sister Miss Frances Cald. Ga. Mr. and Mrs Jon. P.Tomliruton. be used In decorating tile \Vo-

Our "food Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Boycr. Linda returned the first of the weekend and holiday. Mr. Judd Is well of the State Farm will leave man's) Club for the square| .dance
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale spent working in Belle Glade wherehe Sunday for a two-week vacation
week from a short vacation tripto Saturday night. Ah. boy, watch
I But we still have time to cater
last weekend in Tallahassee as' the southern part of the state. U employed by the state.Mr trip that will take them to Wash The R. D. Prescott family of out and be> good!

to the home folks.Ve ap- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Re- While away they visited Silver \ and Mrs. Joe Martinez Ington. Philadelphia, New York Lowtey wish to express their Mlas Marian Brown and Miss.
gratitude for the sympathy ex-
'! proclat your business and always vel.R. ,. Springs, Cypress Gardens Bok spent the Fourth in Tampa with and Pittsburgh. ( Polly Mann assisted Mr Carneyon "
tended to them In their recentbireavememt
L. Pack and his son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. n. Cohen and son
Tower, Highland Park State Park his mother Mrs. \Margaret Mar the Thank
trip. you
try to please our friends at home. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Or- near Avon Park and in Miami. tinez. Merrill of Aberdeen Mel. are visiting and lon of their
Marian and
vllle Reid and their two daughters Mrs. Cohen's Mr sinter, Ml s Fnnnle Prescott Polly.
Fort Lauderdale and : West. parents
Key Mr. and Mrs J. M.\ Edwards. and 1'
of Nimitz W. Va., are spend- and Mrs. W. L. Andrews, at their died Thursday afternoon July Wh"1( I Scribes: Lucille Mc/Uir and
The Rev and Mrs. J. Warren family spent the holiday weekendIn after extended 111"0111" \ Sue Eppcmon.
Still Serving Our Famous Business Men's ing their vacation in Starke and summer home on the lake n"arKeystone an Mary
Kaufman left Wednesday morningfor Bench.
vicinity. Mr. Pack is postal clerkat Daytona HelghtR. ___n___
LUNCH 50c: Hinton, W. Va.. and Is a sub their summer home in Corning, Miss Madeline Beasley, who is I Miss Eloise Dobbs, daughter of
Pa. for an extended visit. While
scriber to the Telegraph. They spending the summer with \Mr. !Mr and Mrs. Alton Dobbs returned -
GUIDON GRILL are interested In Starke and may there they plan to see a numberof and Mrs. Nate Dyal and family home Monday after upending THEATRE

buy property here in the future.I places of Interest. spent the holiday weekend with a week in Tampa visiting 1.10' 10 STARKESaturday

CEO.': KOFELOfSOS $1.63 ARROW SHIRTS $2.45.' : Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flume spent her parents Mr and Mrs. Lee lives.!

AT ALVAREZ. the Fourth In Crescent City Avers In Omla. Mr. and Mrs. F.. C. Mann and

Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot i Sue Bagwell of Columbus, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hall and ', family spent Sunday> and Monday July 9 Tuesday' It VVrilneixlny. July 12.l 13D01'Itf.E

Phone 52Jw. 1 were visitors to Jacksonville and Is visiting Mrs. Jonle Avery and family of Miami were vlaltlrtgMra. In Valdosta, Gn visiting. relatives >4>!' III.F. KK.:.\TI'KK

8 J3J') Y.DEE SERVICE Sanderson Wednesday. Miss Erllne Biiflwy this week. Russell. Judd Mrn Irene, 1 Don Humble of KlxHimmre. III'' PKATURR: .

.otiow T'I iroa- Mrs. Hartmann Mttm Clarice Thomas of Gnincs- Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong had Mnhly\ and, Mrs. Viola HammockWertnnsdny visiting Ronald Andrews for thin. V .. t.":w ,
villa wax here for the weekend of last week.: week .'
as their guests the weekend of .
with her mother Mrs. A. J. Thomas the Fourth Mr. and Mrs. Jack Delhert PiiHev.vho has been Judge nnd Mm A. Z. Atlklnn j '. ... .,.."..... \,).,. ;

Sr. They also visited Mr. I Wiggins And daughter Judith, of confined! to the Naval Air Station had as their guests at 1\lnM"I': ) ) .. 4 "''''''BRIAN D4t ) ,. ,:

Every Branch of Thomas', a patient at Rlvemlilo Jacksonville, Unnrillnl In .JickKonvllli since an Lake on the Fourth, Mr. and' I .. _.. "

Hospital Jacksonville during the MlltII Dottte Sue Biggs returned norldert In December spent the Mrs.. John Love Wilkes, Mrs ArJ. 1tgEDtlil

INSURANCEH. weekend. Tuesday after spending a week weekend with his parents Mr. and Briggs and Mr. and Mrs L U '' fi

Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Siipp and hi Oca la, vliiitlng her friend. Miss Mr..*. T. I. Canev. Roan nnd sons, all of Jack) :!oiv | .

_____ ___m.____ __ son. Terry spent the weekend! In Paula MrLaurln and family.Mr. Arthur J. Strlrklnncl. who In vlllo, and A. Z. Adkinx, Jr ol AMI AM
St. Petersburg with Mr. Sapp's stationed In Columbia H. C., with, Gainesville. TOMORROW
and Mra. Ellery M. Davis
mother, Mrs. S. J. Sapp. the army spent the weekend with Mr. und Mrs A. n. tl.iker nnd, LONE WOLF
C. WALL AGENCY Mr. and Mrs! Tillmon Hutto are enjoying a three week's motor -. his pnrnnts. Mr. and Mrs John children Mr and Mrs. K. L. Bigg I COMES
to in the north.They
and children of Jacksonville were trip will visit points Canada before Strickland. Ills sister Miss Jewe1 and children, Mrs.\ Charles AND HIS LADY Irene Itimnr, ('h*.... Hoyrr

weekend guests of Mr. Hutto's Strickland, returned with him for ton and J. B. Rowe, all of I'liw. NfHumility ''.
PLEASH PHONE 146 parents, Mr and Mrs. L. S. Hut returning home. I a visit and Mr and Mis.' Claiulo nUl"I ICainlall-V. / ..InK'iit"Vinir

Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED to.H.'C. Mr. and Mrs. E L. Matthewsand I \Mrs A. Y. Covlngtnn left Wprlrwndnv of Law toy attended this '. V: Friday July 14 i IV
Constant -
Wimberly of Eagle Lak
was here Saturday visiting' his Klngnley Lake cottage fur the I' In Paclurah and Harem, Ky. Dr. About 230( members of the I I

---- ------.------.- ---------- mother, Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, and summer last Sattmlay. Covln ton will leave to b" with family wero preaent. (''hotl'| I "111'1 lUlU. A It..Mn".... II -

the Nelson Green family. William A. McCall, seaman apprentice -I her on July/ 17. Miss! Lou Knndall,, returned tn I

Mr. and Mrs. J.Y.. Phillips and. USN.. of Starke, was| Mrs W. R. Sweat and Mr. and. her home In Tampa Tuesday iif

son Oarrow, spent the weekendIn scheduled to arrive In Mobile, Mrs. Lewin Sweat and son. Tonv ter upending two weeks with Mr

.--- --------.--------- Orlando with relatives. Ala., last Saturday for a short and Larry of Lakeland anent the and Mr*. VV II Graham at King: & 9tanday. July 10 & ItTW OI

FOR H\LK KOH RENT:: large. nnfiirn. hon... Mr. and Mrs. William Spell. stay as a crew member aboard I I weekend with Mr. and Mra. CttlIvln ley Luke Mlxs Dnt Turner 01

I FINK BKICK \\IIOME: : I lit 20* F.. .MtdlHnn: !St., Stnrko. man and children of Jacksonvillewere the submarine US3 Meilregn" ) I Johns.Mr. Tampa was the /K'icHt:' of MIss (.....eta
Ni'wly pit lntfl l 1 balsa A on t. FtenHonalihi lICNNoealg"e
ON WALNUT STREET rent rnll OalnoHVllle t f here Monday visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrn. C. A. WtllHifl of and Mrs Freeman ne"tp'| ; Randall and the Grahams last iffr

fora-Cula 2; 5. or writa nut. Co.Frod, Ualnonvlllr.Kin. tiny.; rare. Spellman's slater, Mrs. Gladys Green Cove Springs!! were Fourth had as their visitors for the weekend week. GUNN FORD !

Nice' nix-room bungalow. on Orange 2t 7-9 Canova and family. of July gtirst.s: of Mr. and Mrs. Mr... Register's" sinter Mrs' I 1'0 r.IC1ulI'f: : \' SHOIVVHir n w AIOORI

,, | Mr. and Mm. A. I. Spencer and Ralph Atviirez. Clara Holden and children Miss : to uiiiiiiiiiire. that Mr.
Street. .
KlK KKNT: : ".r"" gain/ HI UMM
clove A rfrlar. Mrs .1.I.I. .1.I daughter, Anlce, of Jacksonville Mrs. Wm. W. Monetto and! Alice Holden, and Edward Holden I I'eurle ('...IM..n. will |'H' I\allllhl.-( forapiMiliitiiient / Oc1
.t.2rl.\ : teRlafeta
; ; '' Plettatof
Excellent: 72-a
on fiaVn-Hille Highway 1 mlleHHituth 'fI"I.I.(.:: Htrnwberrv ilnntH hv Lake with Mrs. Spencer's brother last Sunday from Birmingham \Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Roberts r.companled .|uni> Hlh. .lust Phone' 911.E IJ' i I II J t I

of Stark. Will M-ll all or the Stain IMM!Farm%f. Rhoilen IllKhway., 4 ml. 4tpT-2 out nit*>>> In-law and sinter, Mr. and Mrs.J. Ala. where where Mrs. by their fluent. Mrs Mrs. ,. Charles Shepherd was I A.M

R. Walnwrlght.. Moneitte, recently underwent a N J. Johns and d/lu17htl'r. Patricia called to Griffin, Ga l last weekneriiiidc I "Ihdterai'ofill. & Hi.ilil" Cartoon. Wagons Westward
any I'l.AHTIC' I.ETTKRINnar: plnteawkh .1 I Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter thyroid operation. She is. at home Ann. of Lake Butler vlHHert of the illness of her mother I
.. ,Also l
latest \I..rl.-I..I.
floor World Newt :
Nice' furnished homo hethhouw ,iKlvortNlnir' your name platen;. : etc. p1nt NII'k'"; and> children and Mrs. Roberti now In one of the Flume apart Mr. and Mrs.. D. L. Durban In Mr. Shepherd flew to At- "

M'HiIillnir' '' IMaatla Works, Stark i Thomas, all of Moultrle, Ga., were ments, and wishes to thank her Jacksonville last weekend.
and pier Kingnli-y Lake. Flu.: 4t T-S*I i Fourth of of Mr. and friends from Starke who --, 6 I ____________','F "r" ,,__ r_'____________________
i i July' guests many Mrs Orle Wiggins. and children
Three brick nit-room cottage on OIt MM.K:* ('..pp.>rfiktn. Hi.tato \n..1, [I Mrs. J. L. Cole I:sent cards. and letter. and Mr. and Mrs John Mover
flHllvvriMl anywhere In County fltl : Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin had Mr. and Mrs. Julian McRae and a.nd children of Jacknonvllln leave
onttnutlon. . :I
Call Street now under ( *: ,per thoii an l K. C'. Horliri"! BIG SAVINGS! !
Hi. 2. Rnx ea. Stark. 2tp7IliFont |i as their dinner guest Saturday daughter, Judy Lee. of Hope Valley Sunday for Ellzabethtown N. C.

1'1.\1.1'! !Y: a .1-plrr, 1'lr..a..I..nl| night Dr. Tom Ritch of Jackson. R. I., and! Jimmy McRa of where they will visit with relatives

Will ....U. any or all for cash or I Wnlnitt( .. I"'rlrnomI..II : .2-".,. aver.uifred ville. Also their guests for the the USS Mississippi' arrived Sun- for about A week. 5-Piece Howell Chrome
awl Velnnr( T.lvlnirrm. Still; weekend were Mina Gloria Johns day for a visit. with their parents. Col. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin hH)
.small down payment lung l InrKA/ A-Mertlft: Mahofrnny Honk
Mint ,i'ii.* with ...In.. doorn./ For (,".". and Cliff Mendoza of Jackson. I Mr. and Mrs. Russell MrRae. Ju as their weekend guests over the
favorable terms oil balance. i ran he ...t-n at cor. !S.: Churrh ville.I will remain a \\
lian and family Fourth at Camp Blandinif, Mr
.Hell on account of high and ere \- Laura HtH. 1tpMTIRKE. i DINETTE $59.95
rental I I 3.11'1' ARROW SHIRTS, $1,117.AT ,! couple of weeks., hut Jlmmle will and Mrs.. Arthur Clark and son of only '
..Hlve tax aitwwnwnta. on ..
Kf.A. -rnom rottiiv ALV.1REZ.Mary : I II return Friday to Norfolk to hoard Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. M F-
Bradford 80' (
property In !Starke and hHlh. l-o. kltrhon. lot Klnlrfl'lov
I Lake. ni-nr/ ,stnrki" H. A. NcwHom 1 Ella Turner has returned his ahlp. Coper and son of JacksonvilleThis I
County. It Is cheaper' for you r.nt.I to I J9.1. If. Cherry St. Up from visiting relatives Ln Georgia I II Fred L. Penland. Seaman, UHN, week the Griffins urn hosts Plastic Finish On An All-Metal Top
nun a home than It I I.* to ---
H\Hfo: OWOtlTI'NITY': "O'lnll' | ( <"t I Mr. and Mrs. George Koprlousofl husband of Mrs. Dorothy E. Pen- to Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Haller and
Owners are entitled to HomesteadTa Your Cho.'ce': Of Yellow Green Or Red
for unlo mt Klnffnlev fake ".&00' .
ache.doted =
I riMiilv had as their weekend guests. land of Route 1. Starke. Is family and Mlsn Marilyn Hicks,
Exemption. See or phone I All to hiiiifl "n. fall or NOP
Starke Florida Phone ('. If. :Na: "worthy, ph. 19S, Hfarko.U I Miwwfl Anna and Mary Ramos of to arrive at the Island of all of Lakeland ,
I eat Green ,
I i Jacksonville. Crete on July 16 a.., a rew member i Mrs Irene Anderson wall hospitalized Need ?
133 or 226. I Storage Space
W A'vTl' |,;|1"- MIngle' or "I't. plan lieI. |I Min Viola Lewis, of Miami arrived aboard the destroyer USS Monday as the result of
radios, phonn.Jrraph. with iiHire. reatfo'tnblH. !!Lot to week Meredith\ for flve-dwy visit received Monday when t
KOK MALE: U'ned 119.!> rtr. I Saturday spend a a injuries
I. starke. KU. upLu
.O. Shepherd.. portable, Kadloa l.Std, Seat up.Cover"(Clia. -.*.' I white .. i I with her former college friend R. B. Alvarez manager of the struck by an automobile driven DORA CLOSETS I NOW ONI.Y $4.95
.w wt at t 41illh.Notify
Court &: Madison $t.. If ; Nowaomv's Pnlry. nwarl I, Misn Carol White. Starke Slate Farmers Market by Billy Mlle The accident oc- ;
lip Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Scott Mr. and Miss Dorothy Alvarez assistant cured on the Stale Farm nURdand
HII.HU, ( ( ,
KMIHIIlt :1.' 'I .KNM.'KKI. : ( : : ) 'IHHVN HASH & CAIWY
land In Jacksonville unavoidable.
Mrs. Olin White. Mr. and are held
II|"I|";.F' Km' MUST: : ft rice. A hash, ; manager
2-. 4Jt rt-lnrfc*well rrpalrrdPhon ramp hnt ..nlot vatr.. ..M R. lash Mt. 'Mrs. Olin White, Jr.. and baby ,this week attending; a State I Mlaj. Frances Duncan of Jacksonville -1

ln' alleil. 13, or" Write. to: Kt.ate 8.mn frox I'n''''". Marvin Orlffla' Bobby, Miss Carol White and Miss managers meeting In the George was the weekend guestof
54K atarka. Itp
J. A. BIHKTTMacclenny 3-4tflyr ... I Viola Lewis of Miami spent the Washington lintel. Mrs. Alvarez Minn Frances Coley.Mr. l
; Fla. Prices Slashed Gn ICE CREAM FREEZERS
I 'tI"' Plfl.VTr: 5-rm hones turn Hoe:I
refrlr. gas .A. elef. Arrnaa hlirh-' Fourth weekend at Keystone will go up today for the annual I and Mrs. Arthur }McRae
SELL YOUR TIMBER way from Nlte Owl. C. I...tarh. lip Beach. banquet) to be held this even'ng.Mr. I and son, Walter returned Saturday ... .

NOW t ..-f.. iw..h'Mriy PI.AVTX for !.,,1.! .' Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan and and Mrs William Carverof from a vacation spent at East ,

Highest Cash Prices Paid of;Mark flarko.Norman about 4M ml. NW son.. Harold, of Ovolda returned. Jacksonville) were guests. Mon- Beach. Bradford, R. I. and points COME SEE FOR YOURSELF IIUV NOW ,FOR A IJAIU.-.M.V! :

I tipoTliTI' home Saturday after spending a tiny of Mr. and Mrs I. S. Hutto In the New England states ,

WILL BUY IN BULK :: VH I4lh''.*". reprefienfa.lv few days with, Mr. and Mrs. T. and family. Mrs. Ed Cloalnger of Troutman. 1
.. of the wr Farm Areni-v. ,
OR IN UNIT han ntnv..l hla attics from frnrk I J. Griffin. Mr. and Mr I 'o .,|'v.*. ..'"* and will rontlnu Mrs. C. H. Quick and son-in- son end son. J. R, were In Lake and Mrs A. C. Sumner this week. PORCH

EDWIN-W. PECKOr non serving the public at that lora.ItpKill :law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. land. G... last week .being: called Mr. and Mrs Jim Ritch and son : .16' V

John W. Turner j W Jones and their daughter there because: of the illness and Franklin left Tuemlay July :5
IfKVT8 modern rortarea.
P. O. Box 4 S3 vllv.r' lMk. W. 8, Sibley, ProrV on. eth. spent the weekend of the drath of Mr. Tomlinson's father, for two weeks vacation! In N.. C. 1 f GLIDERS$19.951
Gainesville Fla. Fix tip i iWII.I. L I Fourth at Jacksonville Bench. H. C. Mathis. 1 Va. and Washington D. C. In tom; ,, ;:

SWAP- 17-ft. ho.... iral-r,'| : Miss Claud.- Hazen will 'leave Jlmmle. Clay Cole l is enjoying: Shelby, N. C. they wit! visit Mr

Send me a postcard and I .I for value tttr Pin or pickup Foreut truck Motor. of Court name Monday\ for Astor to visit her several week visit In Charles' Ritch'n mother Mrs W F Bitch, ASSOKTKI: ) COLORS t
tt.ml.. grandmother, Mrs. Barney Dlllard ton. S. C. with her uncle and other relatives. ,
will see S. of Stark. on US SOI. lip land
i i I who Is ill.\ aunt Mr. and Mr. E. Prldicen. Mrs. O. L. Price, of Mobile, Ala CHAIRS TO t
'tI''t M.K4: M mo. ".,1 niil-l.| ".
Vl\M* ..F...... FFFOItK 1 !- P. ". 4-mni, "lrl. 12% ea r a 4-a-al.. Jer.ey Mrs. F. A. Moore and grandson, Mrs. L. J. Green and daughter. land ann-In.law and daughter Mr
RK.nv AT late P. *. *""T Il4Y. row, to. freshen In wk nr IAdayar Frank Walter, and Mrs. T. A. Jndv and Mite Sara Barefoot. land| Mrs. Bill Powell left for their OUKn i
GIST .HOP. IfF II J. ray heifer, to fr..h.nin
UttlWKH-9 4 tn o H.IH.v., K KtrlrklanH, Steele of Gainesville spent the visited Rev. W J. Churtrtwell at I home Saturday after spendingthe UDGET I''Lt \ ,
RENT: am. tore bids'. Bear 1 ml. N. of Lawtey on Hd. 200. Itp weekend
pus ..,... A arhool., Pla.on hlway.422lftrWANNEB J. T. VTANTKHOlrl' In need of xoodhom J. B. Sapp and Mrs W. B. Mun- Monday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. E. J. Flynn. They spent
Cul| .1 y. Htarke .. Will pay' framtportatlnn to dy at their home on Kingnley and Mrs James Ca..a n of several days at Lake Hewitt durIng -
a MARKET: AoetlonTh'al.!...ell.! Wnd.Own.d ()(" V."'...Y...flood. H.1 Wat w..kir End aalarv Ave..Writ.New Lake.Mr. Ponnarola' were weekend guests: ,;: their vlalt. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

J. P.: Odotn.Jr. York City. Itp and Mrs t. J. Godbold of Mrs Cosoon's/ brother and tot..- ,,, Mr. and Mrs. James W. Deaver
Ph. I %? l.lv* "ah.: Fl..- i .. will the weekend Lake M. C. had I their the week.
Knit HKVT: Furs rahln. Rea in- spend In ter-ln-law. Mr. and Mrs. 'i as guest put
Uro ahl. rt'litle' furn. :Mra Nat WltliamK of Miami. Denmark Furniture Co.PHONE
POTATO VINES: FOR PALE City visiting Mr. and Mrs. Julian Wells. Miss Helen Edmondson
*kin Porte ., 4IS) K, 10th Ht. Stark. It
want good Copper from cer Godbold and other relatives. MTARKK BKAITY: SHOPVatm i 1 Jimmy Rltch son of Mrs. Grace .
Rico Potato Vlnea Brown' amount I..r. ...... r..l I..tkrr ,...,.... Vivian Hazen and Mr. and Mr. \ | In announce. that Mrs.. Bitch returned Monday after
I = .
WI t..nd.u'.1::: : 1It or a.edbar.. r..I. .w.u. Rrlw.wea
a I'"T7 cur- fnr. auiaa.. R...... fa> ......- Frank Benka. were In starke for Pearl C'olMin.. will ho available' for spending three) weeks with hia 151 STARKE, FLA.

fh.m..10 John a. thounand 0 I>!.....nt right b..lde" lard._. lV_.......,. Telepaaa.' .fflre.K. the Fourth, visiting their parent I I appointment, beginning Friday, .I grandfather T, C. Hazen In Her-
'> N .oo reward. !Md. n.
HtArk hl.hway... 11 IH miise "nr'h-Sip 'I1'. ........_. IIP Mr. and Mra. J. Hazen. jJune,j 8th. Just Phone tW-- nando. ___-----------------------------1 MIL._____11 I 6,. 6



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opening of lovely gifts that were on were guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. .

presented In .a pink basket, the( P. McLendon Wednesday of Funeral Services ..

STATE FARMBy hostesses served sandwiches and last week. When they returned LAWTEY' GRAHAMBy NEW\ RIVERAND SUNNYBROOK For Fannie PrescottFuneral

cake :with coca-colas to the groupof home Thursday Mr McLendon
Mrs Bryan WhltrleldBridge By Mary Julia Kiitrh Mr. John McKinney.BIRTHDAYS
close friends of the honoree who and her eons Spanky and Tom- LONG RIDGE Ily Wanda CroobyMra. services for Miss Fannie
By Mr.*. F.. A. Sapp
were present. mie, and their visitor Miss Gladys 83
Viola Prescott who died
Mr. *
and.Mra. John Brown
Club MeetingMrs. Little Misses Nancy and Lindt Cogdill of Knoxville, Tennessee, announce CELEBRATED Pat McNabb and son, Mike,
the birth of Thursday. June 30 at her home in
a daughter
Dennis Fancher woe host Simmons of Starke daughters of accompanied them aa far as Janet A double birthday dinner was Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cook and of Lake Butler are visiting her .
ce> at last week's meeting of the Rev. and Mrs. B. E. Simmons, Gainesville and were there for a crest Marie, on. July 1, at Shady. given in honor of Mr. and Mrs children of Gainesville were slater and brother-in-law Mr. and Lawtey were held at the grave-

State Farm Bridge Club enter were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L day. Hospital.The John McKinney last Sunday at guests of Mrs. Ida Merritt last Mrs J. R. Kelly for two ..weeks. side in Long Branch Cemeterywith

tabling at her home Wednesday F. Chapman for several days Oil Accompanied by Mrs. Sidney community extends sym their home near Graham. Mr. weekend.W. Bule Crosby was visiting in the Rev. M. T. Knight of-
afternoon. The living room and week. i Walker of pathy to the relatives of :Miss! McKinney celebrated his 81st.
Waycroas. Georgia. N. Johns of Boca Raton Georgia Monday of last week. ficiating.
adjoining dinning room, where Mr and Mrs. P. D. Prescott whose death oc- birthday anniversary and Mrs.
Mrs. H. P. Gainey and Mr. and Facher left cured last week. ''a visiting his parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lois. Newmans Mlsa Preacott Is survived by
the table were placed, were an Mrs. E. A. Gainey and their children Thursday for a stay at Edneyvllle McKinney was 46 years old. Mra. Lester Johns this :week. entertained the folks with
attractive setting with effectively The Ladies Aid young four sisters, Mrs. Alice Austin.
a '
Ann and Andy of Brookfc North Carolina near Hendersonvllle. gave recrptlon
A long table was arranged under Little Barbara. Jean and Carol a watermelon cutting at their
arranged flowers. Mrs. M. E. were visitors of Mr. and< Mrs. R. for their new Pastor Rev. Highland; Miss Slna Prescott and
< a big oak tree In front of the Ward of Starke are visiting their vane Saturday night.
Griner won. high prize, a Moull W. Brannen Sunday. Other guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. W. Giddings and his wife at Mrs.\ Hattie Darley, Lawtey: and
Dugger the hoiiHe, and a large birthday cake grandparent. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mr. and Mrs Hoarce Knowles
grater, on this occasion and Mrs. home of Mrs. Effie Miner,
C. M. Turney won second high, Mr. and Mrs. Brannen duringthe and their! children returned home Tuesday evening. All was placed In the center. Many, Sapp, a few days. of Starke were visiting Mr. and ,Mrs. Hennte Lastlnger Daytona
a bonbon dish. Novelty packages I weekend were Miss Pauline Friday following a stay at Kings evening. reported apleasant good things t*> eat were enjoyedby Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Thomasof Mrs Frank Thomas Sunday. Beach; and three brothers, Klisha.R. .
Brannen of Jacksonville and Mrs ley Lake) During their residence t those present, who Included L., and Melvin all of Highland-
containing bath cloths and soap D. H. Beasley and Miss Ruth at the resort Barbara Bates was Misses Betty Durban, Patsy Mr. and Mrs. Lester Miller and Floral City were visiting their Mr. and! Mrs. Floyd Crosby and Pallbearers were Leonard Pre-

were presented. to Mrs. L.F. Chapman Beasley of Lake Butler. the guest of Jean Dugger for several Walnwrlght. and Gennell Cruce son, Bobbie, of New York, and mother Mrs. Belle Johns Sunday children and Miss Pansy' Crosby vatt Richard Mosley, Fonao! andA.
as :winner in bingo and to attended the baptism at KingsleyLake
With her daughters, Misses days. spent last week at Cherry Lake, Mr. and Mrs Clarence Melton and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shiverof D. Griffin Robert Blanchard;
Mrs. Sidney Walker who was the Sunday afternoon.
only tea guest Mrs. Fancher Peggy and Frances Caldwell, Mrs Dr. and Mrs H. J. Kucera and the 4-H !,club Camp. song and daughter of Starke Mrs. Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. / Hughey Austin, Albert Starling
.F. G. Caldwell spent Tuesday and their children, Patsy and Brian Ronnie McClellan Phillips Sullivan L. D. Graham of Holly Hill and Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosbyare and Lacy Norman.ArranJfements .
served an iced course at the end Bud Moody over the weekend.
of the Wednesday in Winter Garden ancLongwood are again at home upon completion Wendell Kelly, and Benton Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McKinney having some .repair work done. were in charge of
Mr. and Mrs Dick Carroll and on their house.
with her brothers and of an Interesting tour of the Futch have gone to 4-H Club of Sanford. Key-McCabe Funeral Home, Jack-
Stork ShowerAt sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Tom states They traveled down the Camp at Cherry! Lake. Mr. and Mrs. McKinney received children of Jacksonville were din Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuekers, sonville.

the home of Mrs. M. Barton, Mack and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. East coast and returned via the Larry and Wayne Mixtin of many nice gifts. ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ida daughter Catherine of Fort Pierce

Mrs. Lloyd Suggs of Starke and Mack.Mr. West coast with stopovers at I Jacksonville spent the weekend Merritt the Fourth. visited them this weekend.
and Mrs. Vance Geiger various points with friends. Attending with their grandparent, Mr. and Joe Call celebrated hla 88th Mr. and :Mrs. Bob Haislop and
Mr. and
Mrs. Pete of
Mrs. John Godwin were co-host Sapp '
Bradley Geiger and Jimmie Davisof the rodeo at KlsolmmenEVnday Mrs. W. H. ,dwards. birthday anniversary Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haislop and I FaI
eases Friday afternoon when they Jacksonville were Sunday supper Jacksonville and Mr and Mrs. children I
afforded them relatives in
special. Gayle Moore spent the week his home near Graham Those are visiting CHIIIStlslada
I complimented Mrs. Louis Tyre > guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. I enjoyment. end in Jacksonville with her present_/were Mr. and Mrs. Percy George Baker of Birmingham Ala. Tampa this weekend.Mr .

with a stork shower. Zinnias In Bradley. As a reward for repeating three aunt, Miss Rachel Boyer Jones and daughter, Kathleen, of were visitors of the E. A. Sapp'a and Mrs. Leroy Lovell Mrs.
a variety of soft hues enhanced Mr. and Mrs. Alex Yawn of
hundred Bible verses from memory Ruth Tampa; a son-in-law and daughter over the holiday. Inez Kelly and Mrs. Calvin Ward
Lee Jeanette
the beauty of the rooms used for Starke spent the Fourth of July Blount, Don-
Patricia Willard attended campat ald Mr. and Mrs. James Monroe, are spending the ne it two weeks I
Ray Grlffls, and Friends of Fonle Crews
the In Marklleo regretto
party. contests that emphasized weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. C3.
Polk City from June 2T to and a son, Harold, and family In Illinois.
f the* chosen theme Mrs. Caldwell.Mrs. Raulerson returned Monday froma and learn of hla illness, and that
July 4. Patricia said she had a j Mr. and Mrs. Calcn Jones
J. M. and Mrs. Godwin McDonnell and her .week's stay at Bible Camp near
Bradley Rudy
I wonderful time. Polk and family all of Tampa Mrs he Is back in the Lake City Hos a1i .
were prize winners. Following the young Boll], Rudy, Jr., of Dunnell- City. '
Together with their visitors. and I I Kate Staring and son Lewis and pital. We all wish him a speedy
Mrs. A. Z. Futch of Earl and ___ __
Mrs. Nelle Beavers of Tallasaee, Quincy visited the son. irrandanns. Lamar m recovery.Mr. _
Joyce Futch
Alabama ana Mrs. Paul Warber family on the Fourth. Terry Futch I and Kenneth Starling Mr. and and Mrs. .S. L. Crews at- f
Mrs.> Roy Hines and
of Nephew.ichard" ,
Anchorage Mr. and
accompanied them home for a Starling Mrs. tended church at Johnstown Sun-
Mrs. W N. North and their son. few visit. Beatrice
BuiMitwithIGM1E1E Starling and Jimmie day night. th
Billy, were Thursday supper son Mr. and
guests of Mr. and Mrs H. O. Rev. and Mrs. Winter Olddlngn Mrs Napoleon Starling and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Charley Cowenof
were shopping In Gainesville Sat. Laverne.Mr. .
Davis, Jr. In Gainesville. Gainesville were visiting theM y

MiEH Mr. and Mrs J. C. Wallace urday. Call received many nice F. Johns and family over the f e
9 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wall, Jr., are gifts. mss:
were guests of relatives in Jacksonville weekend.
last weekend. enjoying a vacation In North Car-
Una. Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney Miss Sylvia Sapp of Lake Butter -
During the Fourth of July holidays -
Mr. and Mrs C. M. Turney Mr. and Mrs Ovid L. Futch and were In Gainesville Monday, spent a few days with Louise

had as their visitors Mr. and Mrs. son, Sandy spent the weekendwith Foster Reynolds of Key West Johns last .week.

Uu John P. Turney and family Mrs. Mrs. Futch's parents, Mr. ,,rent; the Fourth here with. friends

George Israel and George Israel ] and Mrs. Ed May. and relatives.

Jr., all of Jacksonville Mn. H. 'C. Kelly came from Lonnie Hines spent the weekendIn GUARANTEEDW

Mr and Mrs. R. C. Lee had an Tallahassee to spend the Fourth Gainesville with his nephew.
heir guests at their Klngaley with Mr. Kelly and their sons,. Jack Hines The All 'Round Tractor
Wendell and David. W. C. Burton visited his
Lake home from Sunday until i daughter W

Tuesday Miss Hattie Bennett of MiMs Lou Edwards of Jacksonville in Chattahoochee last week- ALL 'ROUND THE FARM
itarjanna Miss\ Bennett is the and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moore end.Mrs.

fiancee of Cecil Sewell of the Edwards of Atlanta were week-]I Will Melton and son, Eugene A 4AlA.us. ALL YEAR 'ROUND
State Farm. end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. of Waldo attended church
Mrs. J. W. Lee of Atlanta. Ga. Cdworda. n'j I services here Sunday.HEILBRONN. Why buy a tractor that gives you only part-time service?

CHAIN STORE BRANCH I hand Mrs. R. L. Porterfield of The children who attended I Working time is what counts, and the Ford Tractor doe i

I Fitzgerald Georgia spent the vacation Bible School at the Bupnt such a variety of jobs that it "works more hours, saves

or any size store! Fourth of July weekend with Mr. Church gave a program and / more hours."

and Mrs J. R. Chasteen. displayed their handwork .at the I Ford Hydraulic Touch Control, Implement Position J
Mrs. Oscar H. Thomas ofGainesville church Friday night. 1 Hy L nlu> Norman SERVICE Control, Triple-Quick Attaching of

For lower maintenance, for fire tofory, for structural beauty was the luncheon guestof David Kelly returned home implements.and the big Dearbornline

build it of CONCRETE BLOCKS. Its lower insurance rotes and Mr. and Mrs J. G. Godwin Saturday from Jacksonville where Mrs Otis Morgan of RuskLi Is of implements makes this TilE 7 ,
greater resole value moke it o sound Investment. Wednesday of last week. h.. had been his NICE LINE OF
visiting aunt,
I spending a few days with her alt 'round tractor. By all means,
Phone...,..., for complete details. V* deliver. Mre James Thomas parents, Mr. and !Mrs. W. C. WATCHES & BANDS come in and get the facts. You

I II" Irrnlt' Court Ilmd'aril ("ODD.,., Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Strickland Clemons Sr. will like our parts and service lARIkV EQUIPMENT

.J. I I I MurltliM; : In hnncrrjr.lu.itha nd<1 daughter, Miss Betty, spent Misses Marian?.Wanda and Lynn SANDERSWATCH departments, too.
Mi>riin, Plaintiff we Joseph Sunday with :Mrs.! Strickland'smother Norman
rcoNCALTI ILOCKS niCKS.IASISFLOOR. M' rnn, 1 M-fwmliint ('0..- No. 73B7. who spent last week REPAIR
i Order I'uhlldKlon. mill ollra and sisters, Mrs. T. J. with their uncle and aunt Mr.

DRAIN AND ROOF tiLl ST.tvm to UP Apprnr K. L.. It I n A Cot Terry. Miss Elizabeth Terry and and Mrs. A. W. Stearns at Tav- LOCATED IN HOLLYWOOD DIXIE EQUIPMENT Inc.
'MADY.MIXID: CIMINT Joseph Mmes, WtioHB residence amiIliMrHHfl Mrs. Florrle Durham. ,
fypyJl .concur AND ares, returned home Sunday. They CAMERA A GIFT SHOP,
;. .*, !J. unknown: Mrs. Beulah Revel brought her I _
You aro rmiiilref! to appear on were accompanied home by Mr. 1436 West :Main Street South
ALAI- .Inlv I'B. 101'I.: In the. above. namedCourt mother, Mrs.\ George L. Futch" and Mrs. Stearns who spent Mon- Call Street at RailroadSTARKE
( x SPECIFICATIONSAnnis and cause., wherein. plaintiff to her home
I ni-ok ilvi.ru! & Hturatlon of mRj,1 near Lawtcy from day here. FL.\. Phone 2639 Gainesville Fla.
,," Hum,' .*. The Hrailford. St. Augustine where she had been
Mr. and Mrs. Pete of Jack-
County. 'rlll1>lI'ra"h shall puhlUh thin visiting Mrs Revel and another Reys
Building Supply Inc. Oi' my hand anti official daughter, Mrs. Paul Smith of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
sent. nt Hlarko, Kliirkla, this. Junu Palutka for two weeks

1036.1018 W. Main St., South (21. 1149.OFFICIAL. PKM.) A. JV Thomas, Paul Dinkins, Sr., of Waycroev.Ga Sapp.Mr.

GAINESVILLE FLORIDAP.O. An. Clerk of said Court, spent the Fourth with his! and Mrs. Robert Taylor HOME TAR L I N G ? STARKE
Ily Haven Crosby, D. C. and little daughter and Mr. and
.1 I H HitrrlHiin, Ijiw: ExchangeHnllilliiK. family.
Box 62 Phone 217-218 I 'l'.Ini-kilonvllle. Florlila.Jitly .I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith and Mrs. H. M. McRae were visiting S S

$ for Pit., 6-S4 4t T16AlIAS I II.I daughter of Jacksonville visited I Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman Sun OWNED FLORIDA
& MarketFRIDAY
relatives here Monday.Rev. day.Mr. Grocery
G. V. Lee baptized eight and Mrs. Carlton Chastaln

persona who were converted during of Hampton were visiting Mr.
the Daniels Revival, at Kings- and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday. Also & SATURDAY JULY 8' & 9

6RE.t l lay Luke, SUnday afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray of
We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantity. Corner Cherry & Call Sts.
and Mrs. Jake Shuford I Starke. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Kg-

have returned to their home in gers and little son who have spent
Appomattox Va. after a visit with i the last two weeks with Mr. and

relatives here.Young i Mra. L. N. Norman, returned

i home Monday. Flour'JfI.up.I Guaranteed 2.' LK. I TTcf
Folk Enjoy I Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Morganof
Palmetto were visiting Mr. and
Story HoursThe Mrs. W. C. demons Wednesday

of last week.

!Ins the Libralan.school story library hour Audrey conducted this Nawmanat summer by Dade Mr.of City and last Mrs.returned week L.after N.home Norman spending Thursday of- Lindy PEAS 2 cans 29c |I L-A-R-D, 48 lb. can 6.95

Is proving very popular with the
several days here with relatives.ADDRESSES ..
young folk and attendance IK

steadily. building up. 3 POUND PACKAGE OF .

The story hour for children in
the first three grades Is held! nn c

III Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays OF INTERESTThe Jewel Shortening .49

from 10 a.m. until noon and following new renewal .
at the same lima on Tuesdays. and, change of addresses receivedby I

Thursdays and Fridays for those the Telegraph will be of Interest
In grades 4 to 0. to friends: HEIST BLUE HOSE I NO LIMIT
Miss Newman wishes alas I

Y'i'J.. the public that the to BUS: remind S. B.from Abercomble Starke, to change Macclenny of address I I RICE lb.1211c I CATSUP 14 oz.-

\ '6.01 16 library evenings Is from now open 7.30 son to Tuesday M:3O: ( 'in l.r.V.\ Oliver change of address cSugar

from Orlando to Durant, Fla.
,1 .
addition to Its regular 0 am. to
ANOy :3 p m. schedule, Monday through H. W Lapps change of address -
Gip tug Friday from Carlsbad, N M., to c

YOU' The evening hour Is especiallyfor Starke. 29
tl .' d'f 5 LB. Factory Packed
-' a yil the convenience of the adult Mrs. C. C. Dees. Rt. 1, Box 78, .

It/arro population, the librarian states. Branford Fla..

SNUFF brand "3--25c I Toilet Tissue 5c
I tt any ea. :

! .

a I I CHARACTER Milk: A-1yIII'\-1DTM.I.: EACH 1 O 2 1 c

Drive in and take
advantage of these new
and well known standards of Service

low p.im on ATLAS Grip.Safe TIRES- 9.9$ have been earned and maintained by
the tire with \ Morton's SALT ea. 7V2cPink! I SALMON 44c
the wide, flat tread that puts 0p 'I can
i f4{ )V along years of faithful attention in
more rubber on the road, and gives you O r tx
Serving economically in this: vicinity.
extra; traction when you need it most 1 D rf iI .C

I All sizes low ALSO DeWITT C. JONESPhone I Fryers Fresh Dressed-Drawn LB- 49

dependabilitygreater I 1 7 Starke, Fla.

Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur ( I OCTAGON

I local funeral services home not enables otherwise us to available.We offer convenience. and NAPKINS Ea. lOc I Washing Powder 5c

Dinkin's Service Station furnish the highest! type service at lowest prices and

1 accept AN IT life insurance policy In force Issued by ANY AGNES THOMAS: ALTON DOBBS JOE S. STARLING

Telephone 78 Temple Ave. & Pratt St. Stark Fla. company: M payment 1 la part or la full on a fuieral. (t.shier :Market_ >laBqC'r. Oncral Manager
Consultation carries no obligation.



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I Mrs. H. D. .
Baptist ChurchThis May. :II "
LAKE Mrs. Fred Whldden and small
n- Sunday morning the Pas- son. Larry left \last week for "
-dIn tor at the First Baptist. Starke, Br Iva Ma LeI's By Blanche Cunningham PhlladL>lphla. Pa., for a brief vis- ,
bring the first In a series of four It with her husband who Is in

from the Maritime Service, and was be the subject of Rev Malcolm Smith's
. messages on July Messages Mrs. Lloyd Barry and aon. Wil- Guests In the home of Mr. and sermon
Jewish Judges. Rev. Haines sermon bur, visited Mrs.\ Clara Smith I Mrs. T. M. Finley over the 4th on shore leave In that city Sunday night at 8:00 p. m. Brother Smith will also

'yf 11 a.m. Sunday will be "Ehud In Miami last weekend.Mr. were Mr. and Mrs. T. Elklna and Friends of Mrs. Joe Oliver are speak at the 11:00 hour.

- +JD ( I 1 t1 the Southpaw". The Choir will and Mrs. Shine Mott and two children of Columbus. Ga. be directed by :Mrs.: Lucille Green expected home this week
children enjoyed the Fourth in and Miss Frances Fin key of FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Methodist ChurchAttend At with Mrs. Mona Canova at the Hampton
. The TabernacleAn Lakeland.O. Mean vllle. Ga Mrs. Elkins Is from Shadycrest Hospital' Starke,
y. Hammond. where she underwent a major'
the sister of Mrs.
, church wherever. VV. Barry was In Galnes Finley. .
you Interesting Interlude In
the last
Sunday evening at 8 the Happy operation on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs.
''d are this summer. Though your weekend' meetings at the Tabernacle Hour Service of Worship will villa Saturday.Mr. and daughter of Pin.Robert Level Myrick Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Archie O. Eiland 11:00: L m.: "WE HAVE AN ANCHOR"

,d summer program be different was the service Friday evenIng feature the message by the Pastor and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and and Mrs. of spent the holidays on a fishing
,a from that of the winter, againwe conducted by a member of on the Second Coming of family visited relatives In Wan- Gainesville and Bishop Mrs. Sue Myrick trip to Homosassa. Bible School 10:00 a. m. B.T.U. 7:00 p.m.
say attend church on Sunday the youth Elmer Johns.who chula the Fourth.Mr. Myrlck
group Christ "What Shall We .
L, Sing" Lake Geneva. were weekend Rev, and Mrs. C. R. Robinson
I. wherever you may be. Share your took for his subject "Chris The plano-organ-duo will be com- and Mrs. H. D. Lynn of and Jackie -
with other guests of 'friends and relatives In enjoyed a Fish Fry inGreen
,- aspirations Christians tlan Service", emphasizing each posed of Mrs. Morse and Mrs. Lacoochee spent Thursday night Orlando. They spent the Fourthat Cove Springs on the 4th.
other Invite
In places. visitors thought! with appropriate scrip Mann directing the singing(\ of with Mr.\ and Mrs. O. W. Barry. ,
.jI In your home to attend church ture verses. Mr. Johns said thai Coca Beach with a party of Miss Peggy Sue White of Alabama -
I; requested hymns and choruses G. C. Barry of Archer visitedhis 14 and having a wonderful
report Is
the this week of
with you. Do this, and both you should guest
young people especially Sunday School. housed In the brother and wife Mr. and Mrs.
t..f and the church will be strength heed the call to service for the time. her cousins, Helen Jean and DorisParker. SERVICE STATION
new building, Is breaking all attendance O. W. Barry last week.
Mrs. .
ened during the summer for Its Master, and answer as did Isaiah Blanche Cunningham and
. records for this time of Mr. and Mrs.\ J. W. Knightof I AMOCO Gas & Oil Electric Weldin
Jacksonville callers -
tasks. Co to church regularly "Here am I, send me." He pointedout sons were Miss Florrle Gnajin. of Jacksonville -
,- this summer. that the fishermen in olden vear with 316 present June 26. Lake City visited Mrs. Lottie Saturday night. recently visited relatives ...
Tires, Tu'Batt..rl. Are
Departments and Classes for all Edwards and last \Va.hlng Greasing :
aon Harry
The sermon subject at the 11 times did not question when the Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fortythe..
ages", with capable teachers for week. here.Mrs. Sold on BUDGET PLAX.
o'clock hour Sunday morning will Lord called but rose up withouta each age. Mrs' Arnold Carlson and Donny B. I* Hlnson and daughter, PHONE:' 117 FOR SERVICERIDE
be "Change and the Unshaken." word and followed Him. So Mr. and Mrs. Buster Rahn and Forsythe were Sunday callers In Brenda Sue, spent Friday' and
This is a message for our day. should Christians today enlist in Training'Unions gather at 6:43: : children enjoyed the Fourth at Sarasota. They returned home Saturday In Gainesville with Mr.

Sunday evening at the 8 o'clock service for their King. for discussion and programs directed Salt Springs. the Fourth accompanied by EmmaK. and Mrs. Audrey Turner. FLORIDA GREYHOUND BUSSES;;
Communion by Mrs. Morse and Union Mrs Rosa Pinhotster Is visitIng Forsythe who has spent the SPEED SAFETY" COMFORT: ECONOMY:' :
hour the Pastor will present a was solemnly observed Leaders for each Frederick Wattertton and
I personal message from the sub at the 11 o'clock hour Sun. group.A her sister Mrs. P. S. Colson, past several weeks visiting her Emory Brown returned on Fri.

ject "Angel in the Flame. day morning and a helpful message who visit friendly and welcome worship awaits at all at El Paso, Texas this week. cousin Danette Snow. day from a brief trip to Hampton \LEARNTO FLY the easy way. Pay at

Sunday School begins at 0:43: : brought by the assistant any Mr and Mrs. Earl Green and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hamm Va. Emory enjoyed the holiday
Sunday morning. Keep up YOUR 'Pastor, R J. Gomes who also there service in the "Church. where children and Mr. and Mrs Ern- and little daughter spent Satur- weekend In Dunnellun with\ \you tear::. Special charter trips and sightseeing -
are no strangers"
attendance. The effect that non- spoke at the evening service. est Edwards and son, enjoyed the day In Jacksonville. the O. D. Gay family. [ trips by appointment. Phone 1J7\\

attendance has upon children and Beautiful flowers in Tabernacleand CHI'RCII OF JESCS CIIRIST day at Earlton Beach Sunday. Mrs. Ida M. Gentry and daughter Mrs. Ola M. Perkins began a i

others through the summer is Chapel were brought by OF LATTER DAY SAINTS:' Mr. and Mrs. O. \V. Barry visited Lillian 'had as their guests summer course at the Universityof
tragic. thoughtful friends and were deeply Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Deeseof over the Fourth Mr and Mrs.W. Florida on Tuesday.

Visitors are welcome. Come and appreciated. The Church of Jesus Christ of Branford Sunday V. DeFlorin and two sons and Hampton visitors during the
Regular services throught the Later Day Saints will hold Sun- We that little Bonnie Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Watkins Jr.,
worship with us. regret Fourth weekend Included Mr. and TRANSFER
.Remember the Vacation Church week. I day school In the USO building Andrew. and little Shirley Tay- and two children of Jacksonville. Mrs. A. O. Pope and eons Eau R B ALYARF.L &SON STORAGE COD
Mr. Watkins la the of
School which begins Monday Presbyterian Church on Temple Avenue every Sundayat lor are patients In Alachua Coun- ? "
morning at 9 o'clock. The school I 10 a.m. A cordial. invitation ty Hospital. We wish them a Mrs. Gentry. '1 Gallie; Mrs.' Jettie Dee,., Charlie

Is for Kindergarten. Primary and Morning Worship at 11 o'clock Is extended to all. speedy recovery.We Guests of Mr and Mrs. E. C Dem. Plant City: Mr. and Mrs. We operate local:

Junior children. Be sure your each Sabbath throughout the sum are proud that: Mrs. Howard Dykes are Mr. and -[.. James Billy Brannen and eon Denny. dbtaaccanywhere
children are present Monday mer.. The Rev. Walter Mansell, CONGREOATiONALMETIfODIST Douglas Is able to be home from Ekard and daughter of Conover, Miss Jwsle Mae Brannen, Bar ta
morning, 9-11 o'clock. D. D., will be the guest preacher. CHURCH Alachua County Hospital.Mrs. N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Reno Dykes tow: Robert C. Gray, Jr., Deland; OS I.a VA.
Bring your friends and neighborsto and son of Brunswick Ga. and' Mr. and Mrs. W. F. May Willis-
Services every first and third C. A. Kelley and two ton John Ocala EXCELLENT
; Taylor. Mrs.
hear this distinguished preach Mrs. James Moscly and son of I ;
Christian ChurchRev. er. Saturday night, Sunday morningand daughters of Wildwood visited Mr Palatka. Christian Ft. Lauderdale; Mr.

Sunday school at 9:43: a.m.CIa.s8 Sunday night, 11 a.m. and and Mrs. C. S. Kelley a few days and Mrs. P. E. Griffin and daughter BTORAGISFACILITIES
Starke callers the week
J. B. Dixon Pastor 8 at Congregational Metho- last week.A .
(>s for each The p.m. Betty Mr. and Mrs. U a.
age group. were Mr. and Mrs. R, Forsythe
Services for Sunday July 10: Friendship Class for men and dls Church on Brownlee Road.- number of people attendedthe Johns and son. Richard. Mrs. Minnie -
Mrs. B. Cunningham, Mr. and
Bible School 10 a.m. Preaching women continues to hold interest Rev Ernest Griffis pastor Baptist Revival that Rev,, Johns, Mr. and Mrs. L. R Agents For -
11 Mrs. A. Carlson, Mr. and Mrs.
a.m., theme "Building up the Donald Martin held at Palatka Kalch. Jr., of Jacksonville Mrs.
of a large under the able :
group Rod-
Elmer and
body of Christ", Theme of Forsythe Billy DelcherBros.
even- CATHOLIC CIICRCU week. Nlram See first!
teaching of C. M. Tumey. Visitorsare last Wynn. Mlm Ritch. Mr. r us
ing sermon "Be Your Own Judge." key.Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Dowling, Sr., Mr. Pl
heartily welcomed.The Correction of an error In an
Mass 10
Prayer meeting and Training Sunday a.m. and Mrs. Arnold Carlson and Mrs.. Albert .
Class every Wednesday night. Junior Fellowship held Its Sunday School 11 a.m. Item last week: Mr. and Mrs were business callers Friday )in Hilda Sullivan. Mrs.
last for Griffiths and children of
meeting the summer last Week Mass 8:30
Day : a.m. Raiford Brannen of Raiford attended Gainesville
Sunday, but will resume Its meet- Starke.
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS10th dayBible Church at Rock and were I think "Clay Hill Echoerf" a
Ings the second Sunday in Sept- Study la every Wednesday
St. and Temple Ave. ember. 'at 7:45: dinner guests of tier mother, Mr. very appropriate name for Lura's

Sunday School 9:45: : a. m.; Morning During the months of July and Homer Gainey Instead of Mrs. EXPERT FOR SALE-

Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic August the Girls Choir will be CHURCH OF GOD Lee Gainey ..*
Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone under the leadership'' of Miss column.HAMPTON
Mr. and Mrs. T W. Markeyand
welcome. Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor tails
Louise Stern.
Mrs E. J. Lewis visited Mrs.Rose Purebred Brahmer Bulls
8th & St. Clair Sta. Jacksonville Sun- Range
r. -------- Jordan of
By !Mr !\.. C. SweeneyIlcnlc :
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev ., Sunday School 10 a.m. day. She Is 111.
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Geno and
Lewis D. Halites. Pastor Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m.Y. amity enjoyed the Fourth at MnpHT| $250 up

f-r-r-ff***f* ff r-r f*-* frf f ffjff f rjr r r f f f-Trr*-t P. E Service Tuesday 7:30: ( p.m. Hampton Beach. Honoring Mr. and Mrs. Don Mc-

"la The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. Rev. and Mrs. Donald Martinare Mahone, who left for their new

The People"A CHURCH OF CHRIST visitingrelatives in Miami home In Virginia last week, a "elJaSERVICE< Also Grade Brahma Hiefers

this week. bountiful picnic supper was held l

Southern Baptist Church For All People 'Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday Rev. Donald Martina parentsof at Hampton Lake, on Tuesday
.. Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday Miami visited him last week. evening/ of last ,:week, on the Leas- And Bull Calves
Service 7:43: Sun- ... l. ton beach Those
Evening : p.m. n< Wynn landing. Chas. C.
Morning Worship- 11:00 Happy Hour 8:00:
Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. Thomas and attending the supper were Mr.
Sunday School' -9:15: : Training t.'nlon-6U I Santa Fe Stock Farm
day.Will children visited her parents Rev. and Mrs. VV. A. Scott Miss Mary ShepherdAt

Midweek Service \V Fourth. Mrs. L. A. Wynn. Mr. and Mrs. Cay's: Service Station
-f r**f-fffffrrf r-rr*f**ff*ff*f*f* -rffff r the Starke. Fla.
Morning July Messages from Jewish Judges. This For Bang's Disease'Dr. Mr. and M.... R. E. Hazen M. L. Watterson, Mr and Mrs..

Sunday Morning: "Ehud the Southpaw" D. M. Hopkins of the U. and daughter, Mary Frances J.Archie Eiland Mr. Mr.and and Mrs. Mrs.C. R.L.
visited Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Hazenof Wynn
EVENING' :: "The Second Coming of Christ""Visit Department of Agriculture S'I Center Hill. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Ola M.
be In Bradford County during Perkins,, Misses. Norma and Joan
"" week of August 1 to test milk G.V.. Hazen Is gone for an Fred
Sweeney Jackie Robinson SO WE'RE CRAZY
The Church With The Vlxltlnjr Pastor" cows for Bang's disease (undulant I extended visit with his son, E J. rick Watterson and the honor
fever). Hazen and family of Plant City. ,
I guests Mr. and Mrs. McMahon.

Birthday Sylvia Celebration May celebrated her fif- \\'(, know you don't believe there's anything

teenth birthday anniversary on

I the Fourth, with a swimming which will completely rid house
o r sI party, followed by a refreshmenthour your
I at her home, where a birthday J

cake decorated with, red. of pests but whether you
white and blue candles Ire cream

candles and nuts were served
the guests. believe it or not
New" Methodist. Pastor

4 Ii Rev. H. T. Foley, of Waldo,
I i held his first appointment at the WE HAVE IT! ..::.

Hampton Methodist Church at '
4 p.m. Sunday. Rev. Foley Is to
f I ., new pastor for the year. Rev M. One Spraying With

Ij C Hatch former pastor, was
j transferred to Chteflnnd at the

recent Methodist Conference.A .
/ large group from Hampton

attended Revival services at the
Raiford Baptist Church last Fri-
Will Get Them
YOU want these day night. Dr. Walter B. Fregln/

of Clearwater, was the speaker

EXTRA VALUES Dr. and Mrs. William D. Daugh- and Keep Them Got for Months & Months

Bill and Duugherty.
erty, Beverly /
for the Mrs. W. E. Daugherty, Rev. A. .
standing by
Paul of Jacksonville,
Strictly a Household Spray O Will Nut Stain
visited friends here Wednesday of

Beautiful BUY of all last week. Mrs. ...... E. Daugherty l 61 Not Injurious to Human (| Does Not Contain D.D.T. 1
wife of the Into Christian minis-
ter of Starke and Hampton, who O In Handy I'int and Quart Sizes

has been living In Texas enjoyedher ,

less will first visit here in eleven .
Nothing satisfy Pshaw know can't believe it-unless it
years. we you you try -*

else will do'with Mrs. L H. Lambert and baby
) daughter/ Cathy, of Washington
( D. C. arrived last Thursday fora

visit with her parents, Mr. and JET KILLDon't

Again NEW

OPERATEMAINTAIN"I'm LOWER PRICES! CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION get in a rut and become despondent and try to

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.-- -- FRIDAY JULY 8. 1919Growers

City Registration

Books Open July 15 Tobacco Urged To Enter

The registration book of the Cash ContestA
City of Statke will bl'! open for

the registration of electors from contest to encourage the production t

FridAy. July 15, through Saturday. I : of
high quality flue cured
13. at the City Hall. Confession Of Augusta Ga. Killing "'
August Full Hampton
Storekeepers tobacco has been
Tell How It Feels announced by
New voters who wish to qualify FAIR &
for the City Election In September Gives Insight Into Technique Used By TrioA SQUARE, To Be 'Cased' For Holdup That Didn't Jell I the Florida Agricultural Extension

register during that per. service, and It is hoped that a
may complete, written confessionof n.m., we parked the car. Me and
iod. the shooting of August Tan- George got out and went Into a Ily Sam :McGartey How It feels to be "cased" for their house the Wolfork car representative number. of Bradford

Augusta Oa. storekeeper fish market and purchased some a holdup that never took place surged to their left in the deep County growers will prepare exhibits
tlllo, young (9d/tor'n: Vo/et .
few tr. Met.r.y ,In a furm.r. .JlD. hunr ..I.h e was last week by Mr. and sand. In a maneuver that theMamptonltea
was given last month fish, George paying for the fish, fork adertl"Ina. naenn. "... Mr.ar.ey Non fordn.rly eltr Mrs. Gerald Adklns for entry.
operators ofa
. 10..1..1..1.
New Road Supervisor for 1 ort Ornate. are now convincedwas
Director of 10. J. acme tune ....
McLendon stn
to R.I". n.nrled
of and giving the man a 20 dollar oe.....1.Ibe...i'IY.. ....IIf1-dNrll.r. ... gee of eelntenep and A..Ided. to ...".... filling station on "the curve"at an attempt to block their There are a number of cash
Identification II' ... .
Hired Board the Bureau of '... ......... .. .....
By arm a ed now edaaal.d' .11 Hampton. awards, and County .
bill accused the of nor In nI turn. It Agent T K.
George man icy and was mistimed however
the Florida State Prison Ralford. .....n... ...... .fl. II... ....... and
Hatcher of Clay County and Sheriff. P. D Reddish of shortchanging him. Later the dispute ....r..n.. sadteethtlnnart.....r..k.dtrialbI, .... I.... '" "'...1.. n._ There was a negro ball game and the Adklnses cleared the turn McClane has entry blanks at his
Ernest If' first ........ .... three n.Rrd..n ?n rhsrtra there office for who wishes
the while the anyone to
of Waltel Mc- was settled and we got the .rd.r here ,Inst ....k nbould Saturday afternoon be- negroes continued down
.. h.
employed as supervisor Bradford County by all .. .1..... of Interest lu
wa. roads. at a meeting of the Donald (alias James Junior Tucker fish and the two of us went and bothnrth and. So.lhl fore Wednesday May 4--the date I the graded road. I enter 50 leaves of tobacco in the

, Board county of County Commissioners' ) and George Wolfork. Jr. two got In the car where Josephine It was Interesting, as an Yankee, to attend the recent upon which Dave I* Silcox was "It made us mad but at the contest. August 1 Is the deadline

I I MId here. Monday. He succeeds of the three negroes who will go Woodward was waiting. We drove murder trial In Starke and see and hear first-hand how fairly slain during progress of a holdup time we Just thought It was. a I for entering the contest.

Arnold Grlffls of the three negroes who were out of town about 10 miles on the impartially the proceedings were conducted. A local self or in his little grocery store on tho bunch of drunks" Mrs. Adkins There will be three Preliminary

t The position carries a salary convicted of first degree murder paved highway, turned off and Ing citizen had been shot to death; the defendents -reapect- outskirts of Starke. says. I Contests-one' Jasper, one at

r of $200 per month. I II. ,I in Circuit Court here last week went about 10 more miles on a Negroe. and public feelings were aroused This were three Parked at the ball ground, After their plans for that Satur Lake City, and one at Live Oak.
, dirt road stopping at a creek at then according Top prize In these will be ,
of D. L. Sllcox, to which Is $2 .
the what I
for slaying had been) led to believe Just across the highwayfrom day misfired Wolfork and his confederates
which time me and Josephine was a setting for prejudice second $15 and
prize so on. The
Starke merchant on May 4. A racial bias and the according to their own
Mark's Episcopal I bloodshot Justice. Adklns' place of business
St. But they did
I. confession was also obtained front cooked the fish while George fished When not materialize. statements, left Jacksonville on, sweepstakes award will be $50.
4 described in the creek. After we ate the you live up North, you get a. distorted version of Just was a 1938 Ford, sedan. In Each grower
9:13 Josephine Woodward negrela May 4. for'the purpose of making may only
July 10: : what Ix
: Sunday.School Hummer n.m"j as George's/ "sweethoait", fish we all lay down and slept happening In the South with regard to 'racial matters the car were three strange negro another attempt to holdup the one entry and must select the
Church for this
Prayer & SerI i who accompanied them on the for a while. Later returning to. reason. Only stories in which a Negro has been beaten'shot men and two Hampton negreflses, Adkins' station. Preliminary Contest at which he
1 tAm., Morning!\
Augusta about dusk dark goingto or e"en lynched
appear In the I wishes to exhibit.
more by Rev. S. W. Creasoy. 63.0: trip. newspapers and magazines'They / The men were George Wolfbrk The distinctive Wolfoik car;'
colored town where
I Youth Fellowship with youthof Tantlllo a orldegrorm of three we parkedthe play up these stories as news. and of course, it I I" news Jr. L. D Robinson and Walter resplendent' with practically every. The judging of the Preliminary
p.m.the Presbyterian Church months. was shot during an attempted car, at which time a white when when a band of hoodlum. take Justice into their own McDonald trio of desperadoes. who decorative accessory the market Contests will be done 'during the
closed hla be-
The church is open. daily for holdup In his store on man lieved we to saw be a wooden store building hands.. In the course of a year, perhaps a dozen such stories are (according to their later confes- was seen cruising up and down afternoon of August 4. Judgingthe

, pewee and meditation I April 21. and tiled! In a hospital painted white. The man came out printed in Northern publications, and readers gain an Impression sions) had already been responsible the main street In Hamptonfoxtails sweepstakes will take placeat
B. D. Vicar several days later of a lawless bigoted for two holdup killings In 3.30: pm August S.
f _B. E, Simmons and got In a late model, probably region Cases where law and older prevail flying and twin exhausts ?
This .new confotalon broughtthe a 1937 or 1938 dark sedan, might such as In the recent trial, do not appear in print because they Georgia and were now leisurely roaring-several times during; the There will be no entrance fees
l last three deaths
WORKERS total to at are not "news" "caslnsr" their next victim-to-be. afternoon. and
to who will
VNIVEHSITY have been a Packard cranked and consequently Northern readers According their any grower take a
which held here ; up get only one
1 OFFER SUGGESTIONS for the negroes and drove off. Me George end side of the picture. After the ball game the negroes statements the negroes refrained little time can select an exhibit

I 4, ON HARMING TOPICS for Sllcox's claying are addition bolleved to Josephine cranked. up and drove Thta writer at least had such an impression In drove up and parked at the side from robbing the store late that which will be a credit to him and
to be responsible.! In national l of the Adkins station. Wolfork sat afternoon because of the numberof to the State.
along behind him as we figuredhe magazines over the radio and ,
In Georgia and television and !in
(Editor's Note: Information In numerous holdups metropolitan In the car with the girls, while customers milling around.
had his day's earnings taking York
I newspapers he had been led to
Florida. believe
., thk column comes from the Agricultural that Southern Robinson and McDonald came In- When they finally considered the I.
Experiment Station and Because of the Insig'it It gives I them home and we would rob Justice as regards the Negro was a mockery. Southern friends side to order five Pepsi-Colas time was ripe, they :were again 1 Circuit ('....y.. Bradford C.Mtr,
method of him enroute home but we didn't.Editor's tried to explain, but in Florida .. l'ha..ry.harry .
Into their operating
Agricultural Extension Service of light of all the cases they were uncon- McDonald had a dirty handker- thwarted because a freight train I ,
A. Stark
( note: George Plaintiff vii. fora
the University of Florida.) the Telegraph herewith publishesIn vincing. And perhaps one of the most damnable aspects of it all chief tied around his forehead was across the track above Hamp K Stark Defendant. Cane No 7J.IO.:
stated that the
full the confession ax made bv confession man Order of Publication/ *. Notice. ..
I was the fact that the Russians ton and
I played up darky fashion-presumably to they were afraid this .... .
released. stopped at a house apparentlyhis every single story at I A.. STA1K" OK FLORIDA tot
t A. calf can be taught to eat McDonald and later by home and they gave up the evidence agalnllt this country.And keep the sweat out of his eyes would prevent them from makinga 1 I Cora 11. fltarke.Street. whose. re8l Sheriff Reddish: B04 MadlHun ,
little of the RO, It was with great Interest while watching the ball quick get-away. Before all conditions Wilmington
I meal by rubbing a "I Walter McDonald alias idea of robbing him.) This occurred that the writer and his ; Delawar.1You
feed on Its nose ..while It Is still on one side of colored town. wife attended the trial aa new farmer-residents of Florida They handed Mrs. Adklns a $50: were "Just right" for the are required f> appear on
James Junior fucker, do hereby stick-up the Adkinses I June 27. 1949 In the above named
bill. She couldn't the
tnotet after drinking milk. Sprinkling make the follt: .wliitf staUmei.t "' We then. went to the other side hoping that their fears would not be realized. Here's what they change It, and store Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
: called to her husband who and drove off toward Starkein
a little of the feed In the free will .ind accord. Thin of colored town where we parkedthe law and heard: was seek divorce Bradford County
the calf my own serving a customer at the a pick-up truck. The three ne- Telegraph this Order
bottom of the bucket as statement made for the purposeof car under a tree. Me and A trial as orderly and fair certainly as witnessed gasoline In next four weedy lunues.Wltnein .
any groes then decided to I'I
up outside. "We don't come
finishes Its milk U another way the correct testimonyIn George got out of the automobile North the defendants pumps on my hand and official
of teaching the young animal toeat having represented by able counsel a have that kind of money" Mr. back to Starke and save the Ad- at Htarke .Florida Ihlll May
meaL court. I haw not been pro- leaving Josephine sitting in the preponderance of Negro' witnesses testifying against the defendants Adkins told the negroes. king job for another time. 26. 1949.
mised a rew.uj nf any kind. car and I was armed with the .43 A Negro candidate for the (OFFICIAL BEAM A. J. Thnnias,
revolver. We two went to a Jury excused by the defense. One of the two then produceda Back in Starke again they A. Clerk of laid Court.
threatened up
1 been
neither have
an Intent but courtroom By Haven Crosby D C.
orderly full
Exciting laying hens In the 01 abused in any: way. This la a white man's store and went In I' of spectators of which dollar bill and paid for the stopped at" the Coney Island It. II Duncan 1017 T.vnrh BuildInnr. -
poultry house or yard will resultIn true and correct statement given at which time the white man was perhape 40 percent were Negroes ample. precautions takento drinks. lunch stand where they produceda .. knnnvllle.. Florida
Ally for Plf. 6-27 4t 1-17
reduced egg production. R. P. McLendun State Prison, engaged In buying some chickens ensure the safety of the defendants or (in other words Just As It later developed, this was big bill In payment for some

Kalford and Sliultff P. D. Reddish off a poultry truck. After beingin about the opposite of what they had been led to believe happened routine procedure used by the i
purchased feet.
Pine bark may be used satisfactorily of Starke, on Saturday, June the store for a few minutes down here. trio: In casing operations sure Proprietor

as a mulch for camellia: 18, 1949, to the bade of my ability George purchased a pack of Chesterfield A person skilled In argument might pick a dozen loopholesin fire way to find out how much George Vanpfy retired out of .

I have been Informed that this I cigarettes. Later we both this reaction. But Isn't it true that a person "Believes in whathe money a storekeeper had and sight to make their change and W.C.T.U.

1 Toting birds may be vaccinated statement can Do usud againstme ,left the store and went back to wants to believe"? And certainly no one can blame the writer where he kept it. But the Adklnses before leaving the store they

against Newcastle disease when In court" the car, at which time George and his wife as newcomers for wanting to believe that there Is were blissfully unaware that they brought out a smaller bill and NO LIQUOR TO ICELAND

l they are five or six weeks old and (McDonald was ht.orrr.gated ,by got in the car and I stood out- real Justice In Bradford County were being "cased" for a possible asked the Vanpfya to acept it Iceland 1 H without a single Jailor
two McLendon and Short Reddish) side of the car and watched until : holdup. In payment and let them have court and has only one police
I vaccinated against chickenpox At any rate, I wish that the editors of some of our more biased -
weeks after the Newcastle vac- Q. "Your name is Walter McDonald this poultry truck drove off. A northern publications could have At closing-up time the Adkinses their large bill back. Evidently, man. The public school system Is l
?" few minutes later I went back sat through the entire trial' that: was the only large bill they
cination. is that right up locked the store and headed their practically perfect and every ten
A. "Yes, air" to the store and went In and here last week. I am confident that they would have been forcedto automobile down the Hampton- had and they had conceived other year oU" child can read. There

ACID AND ALUMINUM Q. "You've been relating this while waiting around a colored admit, somewhat shamefacedly that they are giving their Theressa graded road, where their plans for it that night.It are seminaries and college, newft-.

story In your own words and now woman came In and bought some renders a badly distorted picture of true conditions In the South. home Is located. As they were was shortly thereafter that p8p'Jrs|' and printing eBtaollMhnirnt -

Mild acid brightens aluminum for the benefit of the records kerosene After she left I pulledout driving off, the car containing the they: visited the Silcox store, with .*. No liquor It permitted to

and alkali darkens It. This simple starting on .Monday April 18 my pistol and told this white .... .. .. .. r .... .. I three. negro men passed bv. the: tragic outcome that resulted he imported .an all are total abstainers.

fact If more generally understood 1940 at which time you left Jack man it was a stick-up. He grab- abruptly turned around and fof- in the conviction of all three on .. There are 78,0001. ,,

would do much to keep aluminum sonville Florida and went where?" bed my right arm with his left lowed them down the grade. As charges of murder In the first on the Island. .? -.... ............-.
hitchenware In good condition, A. "I George Wolfork Jr? and hand and went underneath his the Adkinaea started to turn left degree in Circuit Court here last (Australian. Temperance Advo-

household equipment specialists of Josephine Woodward left Jack- apron for his pistol with his right from the grade to drive up toI Week. I cate.) "
the U. 8. Department of Agricul- sonville In George's! 19IT Ford at hand at which time I shot him I I I

ture believe. which time the car contained a once In the lower part of the body.I .

Because alkali darkens this double barrelled shotgun 'and a fired. five more shots and fled.

metal no washing soda strongslap 45 rl"volver.Ve three went to I run to the automobile jumpedIn
Montezuma Ga, spending the the car and re-loaded my gun
or ordinary scouring powders
nijlhtfon.l"y; <( which contain alkali should be lined 1 Mary Frances Di'imis.! Tuesday fast that the white man wouldn't

In cleaning It. Very hard water morning we three, I, George stick up and I had to shoot him.

aLso may contain
darken aluminum. The specialists went to Macon Gu. spend Josephine looked back and
ing Tuesday night and Wednesday !saw the white man come out
caution against storing food In night! at a house owned by Josep In front of the store and was

aluminum because It may cause hine's mother Ma.mleV III I am!!. holding on to a post, at which THIS 25'x27' BUILDINGl

pitting After cooking, wash off The address being 320( Pansey time he tumbled over. We left

all food particles promptly to prevent Avenue. Leaving Thursday town at a terrific speed drivIng

pitting. Ing, April 21, 1919 and morn-I all night and arriving!\ in

When washing aluminum use Augusta, Ga. On our Jacksonville the next day around atOne
mild Augusta which was around 12KASIFIl 1 p.m." 4 4r +
pure soap or soapless suds,
then rinse and wipe dry. If the t m+ y..ri .
I & 4
IruMe of the aluminum pan Is '\'.\"K easy and economical way of flouring Year OldThat _. ,
dark It Is easy to brighten It by or sugaring pieces of food. UH '

filling with water adding a little Every dlvtce, however small it for "dusting" doughnuts .or r ul; "
vinegar or cream of tartar and that saves time and labor In getting fruit confections with sugar or first birthday cake is a : <"

heating a few. minutes. Aluminum' meals and does the Job better for flouring chopped nuts or dried big event in the life of any young

al_ may be brightened by cooking! Is worth the consideration of fruit before mixing Into cake or m"n and 'Kenneth Kyle;: Jr., SOT .. ",4 Jai r F $$

mildly acid foods such\ aa rhubarb the busy housewife home econo- bread butters. of Mr and !Mrs Kenneth R. Kyleof ;: ,1" ,,

tomato tart apples or sour milk. mists of the U. S. Department of Melt the fat for muffins or Stnike, seems duly Impressed 'I '

This does not harm the food for Agriculture believe Small savings baked puddings In the baking pan aa he removes the candle upon the

eating. II add up In homemaking as In industry. to snve time and extra dishwashing occasion of his first birthday an- .

For scouring use fine steel Start melting the fat before niversary. He seems undecided
very yy.
whether to eat the candle or
wool grade 00) or a paste ofarowdered For example, sifting flour into. measuring other Ingredients no
that It will be and the the cake Kenneth's birthdHV was w t ,
sheet of ready pnn a
chalk and, vinegar. (Pow. a waxed paper Instead of .
cool enough when the batter Is several months ago, but the picture .......- ,
dered chalk may be purchased at Into a bowl has several advantages .- -- .. .
ready. : Ls just as cute now as it was :
-drug stores) Rubbing/ with cream In making cakes and other
then.I( by Hollywood Camera d. ._.
of tarter also will brighten aluminum mixtures calling for flour. Use I
& Gift
but 'la more expensive thanvtnegar. about a foot square of waxed paper l'MF.mVKS HAPPY oo

for fast easy and neat sifting -
J/ food burns Then because flour slips off Nothing and Involved Illustrates better the New Director World War I United States farmers
on aluminum long pipelines of our
often It by filling the pan with the waxed surface so. readily, it complex economy than the length were harvesting three and a $3 9 5
Is easy to lift the paper and slide O J. Rountree of Ocala Is serving third million acres of potatoes
water and bringing the water to of time necessary! for price dropsto
flour back for another sifting or as acting supervisor for the with an average yield -s'lghtly!\
a boll. Then scrape with a wood go In the production end and
Into the mixing bowl. Finally, the Farmers Hume Administration in morethan 9O bushels per acre ONLY FULL PRICE
spoon, wash in soap water and paper eaves washing an extra come out of the consumers' end. the absence of Herbert Deal who I and each person was eating 153:

polish with steel wool. howl. In Chicago, cattlemen. and In on a vacation of several weeks pounds annually. At the end of

f Mixing salad dressing In the slaughterers are bemoaning the The local FSA office servicesthe World< War II potatoes were being -
Make old Mainn ptul. work like salad how I before adding the saladIs fact that hog and cattle prices Northeast Florida District, grown on a little over two BUY ON OUR EASY TERMS PLAN

new with our rubber. ..Ianll"'',lad another small way to save an have virtually collapsed Yet a : comprising six countiesAORNTLTt'KK million acres of land the average

Ink- Four colors. Sic per jar Brad.fead extra dish--and time. recent Journal survey of Jacksonville yield was 182 bushels per acre

County Telegraph. Shaking In a paper bag l la an few who housewives had noticed showed any only great a ETI'ERI.NGDIU/ Ml'ST! HO.IOHA3 I I and person.consumption was 125 poundsper FOR A SMALL DOWN PAYMENT!

price declines over the counter. CONDITIONS ('I1\M1F: .*
The price drops apparently are "After the first World War we Yes this is the full price for this building which cannot be duplicated for
failed to maintain markets
on the way somewhere In the long The cold weather In California and we failed to adjust our our agriculture !-, many times' the amount for which it is being sold! The material alone at

I You Are Invited pipeline perhaps( bottlenecked In has balled out the Florida citrus to. postwar conditions," current prices is worth substantially! more than our sales price-not to

.y one of the many stops that a' Industry for this year, apparently.But the Secretary says. "We lost mention the value of the labor In lit! This building: contains double hung

t to piece of meat makes between It has not altered the fact markets abroad and we lost markets windows gypsum board insulation drop siding extra-heavy framing,

slaughterer and dining tables that farmers have entered a new here at home. Farm prices wooden floor and extra lumber inside. Converts to a two bedroom home.

stops Incidentally each of which era. The period of unlimited demand crashed soon after the war and Let us show you how you can STOP PAYING KENT!
: DINE DANCE add a few cents. to the ultimate has passed From now on, stayed low In relation to otherprlc..s
cost of meat'to the consumer. agriculture must do better

Chicago quotes hog prices to- of managing a job years. Our for economy many heartbreaking waa out of IF YOU NEED EVEN MORE ROOM 25'x33' $495

day of J2T30: a hundred pounds. Secretary of Agriculture Charles balance and the nation paid a
y ; : Pelican Club back In August when hogs were F. Brannan said recently that bitter price.

!fold on the hoof the price was "we are producing about a third "This time we must maintain MANY OTHER SIZES AND PRICES
$31.85 a hundred. pounds CattleIs more than in the years just before balance. Agriculture at presentIs

I the same story. Prices todayare the war. Although our populationhas geared to provide each personIn

Illghnay 16 8 All. from Sturkn on Klnn-tlcy Lake noad. $23.75: a hundred pounds, last Increased rapidly so that we the country at least 10 percent ALSO AVAILABLE ON TERMSASK
August they $36.85.: have less cropland
were per capita were more than In the 1020's. to supply
j OPEN DAILY I 11:00 A. 1\1. TILL Why the sharp decline? Every. producing 10 to IS percent foreign markets at least as muchas .

j one has a little different explanation. more per capita. Our population In the 20's and to continue Increasing ABOUT OUR NEW "LAY-A-\V A\". PLAN. A SMALL: DEPOSIT

Deer or Pork Pit Barbecue Ham Ribs First part of the drop Is la still on the upward trend as we total farm output. HOLDS YOUR BUILDING FOR AS LO'iG.AS: SIX !MONTHS!!
continue to mechanize our farms "If Increase faster
we our output
Sandwiches!'! Fried Chicken In The Basket seasonal. Then the market Is glutted develop higher -
at producing and than our population Increases Open Mon. Through Sat., 8 A.M.- S F. M. Open All Day Sat. ->Cloned Sunday
Sizzling Steaks present with experts reporting more dependable varieties of crops if unemployment cuts per capita
that some cattle feeders and livestock do a more effective
consumption. If foreign markets

CURB .sr.uMtK.: NO ('()"F.U CIIVRGE (E\r -Ptooo have gotten a little panicky and Job of killing bugs and dumped their supplies on the mar- and build the fertility of our soils much of some Items and too

per couple Saturday nights only.) ket. A sharp break In lard. prices by mean of materials and prac little of others-If any of these
has helped somewhat. In lower hog tices."
prices. things happen our agriculture and CAMP ILANDING. FLA. '.0. BOX 569 STARK nA. PHONE 641BRADFORD
He cites
I the case of potatoesas our nation will. be in erious tru- I
f I I Jacksonville Journal an example. At the end of bl." I