Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 22, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03021
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/ THIS SIDE OF HEAVEN Official County Publication Established In 1379 COt'RTHOL'SE 4 P. M. I

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Council Decides Not To Submit I Negroes Hear School Board Levy-- ,

Parking Meter Question To VotersThe Death Sentence;

1879 44 1949With Remains The

question, of approval or Counsel AppealsSentences Same
disapproval of parking meters will ANNOUNCES

not be on the ballot In the City
Election on September 13, according -
of death/ In the star.1.i

to a decision by the City i uric chnlrwere pronounced by Clr I Public Hearing To Be Held

Council at Its regular meeting cult Judge/ John A. H Murphree'j'Appreciation Day Saturday, July 30th On
Tuesday afternoon. Ian Friday the threenegroes
this issue the Bradford County Telegraph em- morning II |

A motion was made by Councilman barks upon its 71st year of continuous publication.The | / convicted of first degree i( $602,475.20 BudgetThe

H. A. Bishop Jr. that the masthead this week carries the notation : Volume murder In the May 4 slaying of Well\ Attended

question oT approval or disapproval Dave L. Silcox, Starke merchant
Seventy-One. Number One. I Bradford County Hoard of Public Instruction!' will

the ticket of, meters with the be understanding placed on It was at this time during the month of July in 1879 I Sentencing of the trio followed :, r>. D. (Uncle Dave i > Woodnrd. hold u public hearing Saturday. July 30, at 10 a. m. on itspropONt.t
the infant City of Starke | the denial by Judge Muiphree offflied i i the lucky winner at the first !
that regardless of the vote, $ that Col. \V. W. Moore came to was $602,475.20 budget for the year 1919-50.

the agieed-on six month trial from Lake City, we are told and founded this newspaper 1 I| motions by their attorneys Appreciation DaY. drawing sponsored Although the ttoard'a estimated expenditures for the
In nn effort to obtain new trials/ j i iI
I i ii 2\ Starke merchants
'period for meters be finished out under the rather ambitious title of "The Florida Telegraph". i Notice 'of entry of appeal to I by new year exceeded by $ O.H2.70) the total of 572332.50: : expended
I courthouse 'arhV"dnp8'
Councilman Bishop stated that Unfortunately we do not have a copy of that first issue I|, the Florida, Supreme Court was at the afternoon at 4 o'clock Holding ) in It) 18.19! 110 increase in general millage is proposedand

he wag making the motion In accordance in our possession. If we had it would be highly prized not J' Immediately filed by attorneys for I tiny a 10 percent ticket he wits the I & S levy in two districts has been slightly reduced

with promises he had only by ua, but also by collectors of early Florida historical I the three negroes. The cane/ will i"! awarded $15 as his share of the To make up the difference the Hoard is counting on increased -

made to the public regarding the data who are even now microfilming all the early copies of be presented to the Supreme current week's $152.63 jackpot State and Federal fund as well as a slight increase

meter issue. the Telegraph in our possession.We : Court as soon as the court reporter The remainder of the "Treasure in county revenue because of a near100,000 increase in
The motion was seconded by 14 of that first of publication andit | can make the record
do have No. year up upon Cheat" will be carried over for county valuations.The .
Councilman James A. Lewis but
lost 32.Bishop. has been placed along with our other valuable old files { Which! the appeal will be based the drawing next week when. the countywide school: levy remains at 19 mills, the same as last

and Lewis voted In the in the p K. Yonge Historical Library at the University of It was stated. total prize will Increase to $181, Of). year. The I A S levy for Diet 3 (Starke) remains the same at 1

affirmative, with members Bridges Florida. This rare paper was presented to us some time ago |I The convicted negroes./ George Shoppers who trade with the mill; the Dist. 6 (Lawtey) levy In reduced from 1 1-2 to 1 1-4; and

Canova and Hazen voting not Mayor J. P. Roberts by Mrs. Ruby Johns widow of the late Archibald Johns, who Wolfork, Jr., 20. L. D. Robinson cooperating/ merchants are given the Dist 8 (Smoker) levy Is cut from 5 to 4.

to place the question on the ballot.In' found it while going through some things in an aged trunkat 47, and Walter! McDonald, 23 tickets with each purchase.' These School Superintendent Harmon I'. Morgan stated that the Board
stood In turn as Judge/ Murphreeread followed Instructions of the State. Department and budgeted on the
response to numerous com the old Johns home in Starke tickets range from 5 to SO percent
plaints from residents of the It is our constant hope that some day one of the Volume the death sentence on each depending on the size of the basis. of a full appropriation of Foundation funds from the State In

neighborhood the Council decidedto Three AnnounceFor One Number One issues will turn up somewhere, and that one outward separately.show of None emotion.made When any purchase and entitle the winnerto spite of a 25 percent reduction ordered by the budget commission for
thifirst three months of the fiscal
limit square dances now being the finder will be kind enough to bring it to us to add to our Judge Murphree completed his that percentage of the jackpot year.
He stated that If the Legislature should fall to enact tax
held in the to meas-
armory once Needless to would be happy to a Each Wednesday at 4 p.m. tickets
collection. say, we pay sentence with the .words to
ures provide the full school appropriation, and the 25
a month. For some time the percent! cut
TicketAdvance reward to turning in a of this particular num.bel' and God have are drawn from a revolving/
dances have been held twice a City anyone copy may mercy on "bird cage" until the name of should be found to be necessary for the remainder of the year. It
your soul", McDonald smiled and
week on Thursday and Saturday would leave Ilradford County short some $80,000 In anticipated
several Col. said, "Thank Judge"When someone present Is drawn. The
nights. After publishing the Telegraph for years. you. revenue."We.

rustlings of the forth Moore sold it to his son Sterling W. Moore who in turn dis- asked If they had anything lucky person Is then of awarded. could not make up this amount by county taxes even If

National Guard coming: City Election on Tuesday, posed of it to I. C. Webb. We do not know where Mr. Webb to say why sentence should whatever that his percentage ticket entitles the Jackpot him we levied the maximum allowed by law," Morgan stated "Therefor

September 13 were heard this came from pr what )his newspapering experience, if any was: not be panned on them, Wblfork to and the remainder In carried we are going to operate as long as Wit can on what we have, and hope
Ready To Leave week as three announcements for uttered the words, "Not guilty". that the Legislature dues
something us before the
office broke the ice. before taking over the Telegraph. It seems, however, that I over until the next drawing. Consequently money runs
For Camp Saturday he became interested in the livery stable business and in Robinson and McDonald shook the jackpot Increases entirely out"The
Mayor J. P. Roberts announcedhis their heads Indicating that they Superintendent stated that In order to hold expenditures
January 1893 sold the Telegraph to 11. J. Farmer one of his week
candidacy for re-election on had nothing to say. every down to the point where no additional. millage would be required it
Preparations have been completed and E. S Matthews then the youthful city editorof I
employes Is
As the largest ticket that
a platform, of a "fair and Impartial After conferring with their attorneys was. necessary to forgo several Hems that It had been hoped could
by the National Guard administration to all". a now defunct daily "The New Capitol", published at the three were returned given Is for 00 percent someone b.. Included In the 1949-50/ budget. These Included a proposed expenditure -

be Unit held for summer field training to i Mayor Roberts stated that In Ocala. The name of that paper derived from the fact that,I to the State negroes> Prison at next Wednesday might; receive of $4 per pupil for classroom supplies. Based on the pres-
at Fort Jackson S. C.
from July 23 to August 7. view of the fact that he was elected in those days Ocala had high hopes of becoming the capital Raiford. Governor Warren willi half of the jackpot or $92. Even ent average dally attendance. (white and colored) In the county this

Members of the local to fill out an unexpired term city of Florida. not sign a warrant for their a percent ticket next week will would have amounted! to 950800. U was also Impossible, Morgan

will board the S. A. L.company at the he would appreciate being! returned Matthews and Farmer bought the Telegraph for 1050. execution- until the Supreme Court entitle the winner to $0. said, to budget any funds as the School Board's share ((25 percent)

Starke depot at 6:05: Saturday to the office for a full It was then published upstairs over the old Newton J. Jones has acted on their appeal. Seventeen names were drawn of proposed paving of streets adjacent. to the school and athletic

afternoon, traveling Pullman. term In the September election. building (now housing the Western Auto Store downstairs from the bird cage Wednesday field. The City now has this paving program 'Under considerationand
Competition loomed for the office before the name of someone present sponsored, a special act at the last
consisted of passed session of the Legislature -
They will arrive In Columbia, S. and the Half Moon Hotel upstairs). Equipment:
of City Clerk with IncumbentCarl Fans To Pick was picked. empowering the city to place a lien against School Board
C. at 2:50
: am. the following Washington Hand Press!: for printing the paper, a
Johns for an I property for Its share of the
announcing reelection Three of the unlucky "lucky"ones paving expense,
morning, after which the work and
care commercial
and newcomer to city lever (hand-operated) job press!: for whose names were drawn Chief economy effected In the new budget was a slash In "fixed
to the local unit will be
'pulled out to Fort Jackson about politics Leslie Biggs throwing hU an odd assortment of handset type. Circulation was then All-Star TeamA but .who were not present held charges" from 122,066.17 actually expended last year to a proposed

7 o'clock. The local unit will hat Into the ring for this position. 350 (now 2,000)) and the population of Starke wa:* 750 (now 30 percent tickets which would fll.OOO for the current year. This reduction was made possible

have about 75 enlisted men and In his announcement Mr. Johns estimated at from 3,500 to 4.000)) Subscription' price was 10-3 win over Alvarez last have entitled them to around $1\: largely by lowered appropriations for Insurance, the Superintendent

officers attending camp and most called attention to his several $1 per year. Friday night placed Itlggs & linker They were Olin Thomas. Mrs Jon out the county had been raised considerably! In recent years, but now

of the'personnel are residents!! of year. of experience ,In this capa. Matthews bought out Farmer's interest in 1898 and cory out In. front In the second half Arnold and J. Chrlstla Hall. aid It was. explained that valuations on school buildings through'

this county. city and stated that while the tinued as sole owner until 1932 when he sold the paper to his of the City Softball League Others whose names were drawn that building costs are on the decline, the Hoard felt justified In reducing -

Employers generally speaking, duties of the office have Increased son and present owner E.: L. :Matthews.The ('schedule with two wins and no before Mr. Woodward were: B.Jllcbucen Its values somewhat.The .

have been very cooperative with "tremendously" In recent years Telegraph was moved to its present location about losses.. j Mrs. W F.. Pendiirvls estimated. expenditures for Instructional salaries In the new

the National Guard program In "the cost of operating the office 1907 because it was desired to install a cylinder press and it I In the second game last. Jo'rldIV'' Lila tine Yawn Margaret Williams budMvt Is. set at 1277,181)30. all compared with the $232,2118.1: actually _

releasing. employees for summer has been kept at a minimum". feared that the then condition of the old Jones building Coca-Coin defeated Hercules 8-2 ( Geraldine Hicks, I K K: expended for this purpose last year. Under the new Florida
In making his bid for the office was law/ teachers' salaries Increase. the
Starling Virginia Blngel. Mrs. as Instructors become! better
field! training. All City, State and equipment. The | Games scheduled for last/ Siltiinlny -
heavy pres-
Mr. Biggs' stated that "I need I upstairs would not support I, I,. Dyttl, Edna ntankrnshlp 'qualified for their positions.
Federal ,
employees have been given
night were rained out.
the and "faith ent building was purchased from Dr. J. L. Gaskinff": estate I Auxiliary Agencies .
military leave for the field trainIng position" promised Hen hall Mrs. Albert Williams, (Including I transportation and school cafe-
period. ful efficient and courteous servo I and had formerly been a bar room and the scene of an un- Tonight( (Friday) Hercules will Lena Bell Supp! Uuth Anders, tfrln) are currently budgeted at 14QO.OO.: ()<> ( Last year's actual expenditure

The two-weeks field training ice", solved murder in the early somewhat rowdy days of Starke'shistory. 'I play/ Alvarez and National/ Gunril and Keha M.'),,,,". In this field wax I3.0WOI! The Board plans to carry out

is the climax of an entire year of No announcements have yet | |: meets Biggs; & Baker Senator Chntlcy. K Johns served some economies In Its trnnspoi/ 'latlnti setup as recommended by the
been made for the two to I hand until Saturday/ night's slate Is Corn-I ,recent state
places i be set
for the continued to by survey
two-hour weekly drills back home.In Type paper as mauler of ceremonies' nt thefirst
the armory the troops have he filled on the City Council. The '! 1911! when the TelepraphV first Linotype was installed.: In- I: Cola vs. Alvarez, and Robbins va.J| drawing; Wednrmluy and On the busts of their published extlitiatnd' budgets. It Is Indicatedthat
Hercules. j
terms of Council Chairmen T. to | A protested game beI the School, llonrd, will expend' f.ino: during; the new fiscal
done their classroom and drill I icidentally! this machine was the first Model! 8 to come :'tween Alvarez pointed out the Importance rortra.llnA' year
A, Canova and member P. L. and Hohblns will fur $1 I
floor work but that is only the I Florida and wan the last word produced by Mergenthaler up I also be offone at home with local merchants every spent. by the Hoird of County Commissioners
played out of
first step comparable to the foot- Fridges; expire In September 1 to that time. I| two Sen Johns stated that It following/ IK the notice calling the public hearing and the estimated
Also to be elected will be a men on base school budget fur the
bull team's "skull sessions". It Chief of Police. This position is I Naturally the Telegraph i is proud of its long history T.. l'I'kIJ-!<4llu" Is the local merchants whosocontributions It BM4)I..: :new year.' T: ION

Is only In field training that they now filled by W. E. Thornton. I land, its distinction of being the oldest business to continue The public Is asked to help ( make possible Improvements PiirHiiant to the provisions of Section :217.12 Florida" Statutes, 1941.
such the new
can run through their various I as
I under the throughout the years in Starke select an all-star team to plllVD'p..nduble | .
name name amended
plays and learn to function and to night-lghted athletic field\. whichare ns by Section 8 of Chapter 228.11): Laws of Florida, Acta at
fight--If It ever becomes necessary City Clerk Johns stated yester | We appreciate the generous support that has been Cleaners (Oainesvlllo IdllY I enjoyed by all citizen. In 1015::;, notice, In hereby given that II publiC! hearing shall be held, by the
confusion seems to existon through the by readers and Class Ii Team) In Starke on MonI C'fiiinty Hoard, of Public.
again- -as a team. That after day thpt shown to the paper down years the county. Therefore the public instruction tif Bradford County Florida onatur""y.
all Is their mission and the the part of some citizens as advertisers alike. Without their cooperation the long life night August 1. I I should! show appreciation' to the! N July 00. 111111.l sit the hour of 10:00: n. m.. In th, County

men who are attending!: field to whether or not thev"fer., qualified I of the Telegraph would have been impossible. In return Fans are asked to vote on "I; merchants by trading; at home lion, .id meeting room of the coutlhniine at Starke. Florida, for thnpurpose .

training are doing their best to to vote In the City Election. for their loyalty we promise to continue to do what we have j manager and, 9 I) players. The man. i i'ager and mippoitlng! the businesses. that nf dlsi'iinslng,, wllh the citl/.enn: of the County the proposed
perform their mission.A Some folks seem to think that if .always strived to do in the past to he of genuine/: service will then, pick 6 |, help develop the community si honl hedged of said county for the fiscal year beginning July 1,
they are registered on the county I'j more players to round out the 11)1') and., ending JUlie :10. ID'iO! which" budget Is summarized a:*
new addition to the CompanyIs books. they are therefore qualified I to the community and at the same time give our readers the | squad I Ii Ii Ouy Andrews, president of the tollnws, : .
Capt. A. J. Cone of Gainesville, and entertaining that it is possiblefor Chnmber of Commerce urged all
Election. most informative paper i Those wishing to help selectthis I II
to vote In the City I i III IMJHT: loll Tilt: 1oi1'I'l'IIItT.\ IIN1KNN'; Ol' S( IIO.OLS
who Is a veteran of the recent i persons who have tickets In
under existing) conditions. team
to produce! fill In the
Mr Johns pointed out that us may
war with six years prior service. | lng blanks clip out and tOIlUW-\\ bird cage to be present lit th! \nll"'I"'d l| i l l IteeeiplCFIIIIIt.tl. .| .
Upon completion of the field registration for the City ElectionIs drawing/ nextVdnusilny: "We :I ; "011:04( ':: :
I A. B. Baker Hal'ke.0'1\ ,,
training, Capt. Conn, along with entirely different from registration : hope that the very first person 1101 I Vocstliin.il Funds 1.1>0000

Lt. Robert T. Mann will attend in the county and state I Lions \Win 8-3 I Tobacco Growers I .Mi-Star liallotManager I whose ticket! l IH drawn next Wednesday 1103 School Lunch Fund tl.llllO( ) 00)

the Infantry School at Fort Ben- elections. The city's registrationbooks ; will be there to claim his lint! Other .Federal,. Vet's duration: :20.OHO 00 33,080OO

jilnR. Ga. for two months. are now open at the City I I .. .. .... .. prize.." Mr. Andrews suld "'T.n: soi'lU'KNi:: *
Hall and all new voters who wishto To Vote
Lt. Col Robert B. Harknens of From Green CoveI Saturday I State Foundation. 1'rogiam Fund"
qualify for the election In ,
1201ii Inxtrurtlonai Salaries 227.61900120lb
Lake City, the Battalion Commander September must register by Sat. j ...... .... ..._........... ...... .. I II Legion Junior 9
will Join the unit at Fort I Lb I Transportation 22. 32 00

Jackson upon Its arrival. Maj.T. urday, August 13. I The Starke Lions won two of I County Agent!: T 1 K. )MrClane' .. Will End Season 120tc Other Current' Expense 31417.00

K. McClane, Jr.. Battalion Executive their three encounters during th' announced today that all farmers 1201.1 Capital Outlay & Debt Service 41,92000
Officer will Methodist VBS interested In a 1919 flue-cured! I ::::: : : : : Next Wednesday 120.1e:\ Slate. Free Textbooks 5,38080 32 .937.81)
accompanythe past' week tobacco are eligible to vote ss3b .... .. ...... '
local unit to Fort Jackson. crop Ocala eliminated Stark last ( l>"rTA IMSTKICT MO'IC( i ( :::041:
Has Closing Program Thursday night. July 14, the In a referendum to be held at rules .lrw'ssrd.
The mailing address of membersof ... ... ,...... .. Saturday, afternoon In the Districtfour
the unit while at camp will be: Sunday Night locals lost to Macclenny 7-5 This the courthouse Saturday, July 23 u American Legion JuniorMitsehsll 1301 County General School, Fund 32.91100 i
first half and from 8.00: a m. to 3:00: p m. All 1301 District Current School' Fund :24.70800:
Hq Co. 2nd Bn., 124th Inf., 48th was a delayed game Tournament The game'
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IMv. I Fla-Part), Fort Jackson S. Sunday night, July 17, marked did not effect Starke's standing tobacco growers are urged to voteso wa played In (ilnesvlll andOrala'lI 1301:\ Co. Illilg, & Bus ftencrve Fund; 8,23600
the end of the Methodist Vacation that they will have a say In I Pc : : = =: :: 1301 Dist Hldg *" Bus Reserve Fund 12.33400:
C Needless to say, the men will the North .. .. 8-2 win wax sparked by
Bible School which had beenIn in the second half by what kind of marketing quota .. .._.. ._ .. .... .
appreciate receiving letters and the 3-hlt pitching of Norman 1306 Racing Commission Funds 37.SOO.OO>
session since the preceding Florida League schedule. program will b<> In force for the : : : 1308 Incidentals 73000 116,49200
cards_ from home while they are Sunday.The afternoon the Lion next three Farmers can rfcf .........._... u_, ,. ......... ...... Clifton
away. Sunday years. The Starke Juniors won their -----
Junior Dept of the school vote FOIt marketing/ quotas for Total anticipated. receipts from all sources. 4711,009.80IItl"1N'PM
The unit will leave Fort Jack- with Mrs. T. H. Slade as superintendent won their only regularly scheduled the next three loll marketing .. ..... _....................................... first tournament game by defeatIng I .
years afternoon ':: \T nroi.NMN: i OF VK.MU
son on its return trip by rail at league game of the week by defeating Lake Butler 7-2 Thursday
and Mrs. Herbert Ritch / quotas for next only or 1701 Cash balances all funds
year -- 98.44i..40J102
2:35: Saturday afternoon AUKU..tfl. had ,15 members Green Cove Springs' 8.3 AfMINST! for If .. ... .............. of last week, but lost to
and Is scheduled to arrive In as assistant en- marketing quotas Galneiivlll 13.2 In their ,second Investments 25,000.00, 123.40S.40:
rolled. The title of their subjectfor the losers' field the next three
on years. -- -
Starke Sunday morning August The above ballot should mailedIn game, and were finally
7, at 9:37.Band study. during the week was Green Cove took the lead against The voting booths will be located to Baker not later than July by th'' loss to Ocala. Oaln('"- TOTAL AVAILABLE CASH AND ANTICIPATED

Praise Ye the Lord--a nature Starke with two runs In the first on the second floor of the 21.* villa won the tournament CURRENT RECEIPTS 602,473:
study of God's world. For work courthouse at the head of the The Starke Juniors will end I'ngos.'d. Pa1wndllure's.:
but Jim Godwin bore down
Instruments frame
projects the children made three stairs and will be open from 8 their 11-xame season by piny Ing General Control 15.50000:
from then on and one tally was
Needed At BHSNew tapestries with spatter painting.The all that was scored against' him o'clock In the mnrnlng till 5 I' Canning Plant Notice Lake City there next Wednesday. InstructionOperation 277,18930
Primary Dept., with Mrs o'clock In the afternoon. The law of Mant 10,900.00Maintenance ..
while Starke clubbed Pique fora Beginning/ the week of July 25' ,
BHS band leader Carl J. R. Hill as superintendent and requires at least two-thirds of Clinic DirectorOn 10000.00
total of 13 hits most of which the canning plant will be open
Roberts expressed himself as well Mrs. Nelson Green Mrs. J. R. the farmers voting In favor of Auxiliary Agencies, 42,80000
came In the final inning when I only Tuesday of each week. The VacationDr
pleased this week with the Interest Wainwright Mrs. Leslie Hines marketing quotas before the Sec Fixed Charges 11,00000
four Starke markers crossed the decline In produce has caused UKto
Mrs Karl Morsteln and Miss Bar Other !SclMxdm
Indicated on the'part of retary of Agriculture has the
close In order to A. Y Covlngton. Directorof
platter. one day re-'
students since he arrived to start bara Colley as assistants, had an authority to proclaim marketing Health Veterans Education 24700.00
working with them two weeks ago. enrollment of 45, the largest of In a non-league game played quotas on flue-cured tobacco In duce expenses. If It U nncessury I the Bradford County for Capital Outlay 144.655.19
here Tuesday night the Lions defeated for any of the farmer. to do canning I Department left Saturday
the school. Their topic for study Debt Service
Regular practices are being held effect for any'given. year. where he will join his 16.02000
was Learning from Jesus. For Waldo 85. The visitorsled on some other day arrangements I Kentucky
throughout the vacation months --
and Mr. Roberts expects to havea work projects these students made 3-0 in the first two Innings' can be made by appoint.I wife and son In visiting relatives TOTAL PROPOSED- EXPENDITURES!: 558,184.49RFMI.KS'F.Mt
to return about
Legion Opposes ment. I there. They expect
like Palestine but Starke came through; with 4 I
topnotch band whipped into scrolls houses those in :" -: :
shape In time for football season head-dresses, and clay mo- runs in the third and 2 each in New County Jail V. R. Ferguson' the The 1st Health of August.Department will be Reserve for contingencies 12000.00

next fall. del. the 7th and 8th. Starke's new I Cash balance to be carried l over 22.71071

All persons who have band The Kindergarten Dept, with pitcher Mitchell Brown allowed In ResolutionThe Buy Property Here open and the as nurses usual. will during be in his the absence officeto Investment. 9000.00
Waldo 9 hits, while the locals
instruments of kind that they Mrs. Titus Olson as superintendent --
any American went the
legion on cover clinic services on
collected 8.Closed Mr and Mrs. Carl Schearer of.).
would like to donate or lend to assisted by Miss Kate Struth TOTAL RESERVES 43.710.71
record at Its last regular meetingas Manatee, Fla. have regular clinic days.Girls'
I IPadgett
Phoebe Green and Joann Smith
the school are asked to call 125 ---
and arrangements will be madeto titled their course of activity dur For VacationJ. opposing the construction of anew place, 2 1-2 miles north I j' TOTAL PROPOSED EXPENDITURESAND

pick tbe Instruments up If it ing the week. We Work and Play jail for Bradford County, and of town on Highway 301. SoftballThe RESERVES 602.473.2O
is Inconvenient for the owner to Together. They made plotters, H. Arnold of United PIticsSign. as favoring a reasonable modernization The property consists of five

bring It to the school. fans, and folders as their handcraft announces that the plant of the present ]jail. cottages/ which Mr. Schearer will ';'I JunorVoman's( Club softball HI'IX.KT MOIL I DISTRICT: : INTEREST: A SINKING FUND
remodel and offer for rent I team will meet the BUS
The cooperation. of the public project. closed Thursday night for a vacation The resolution was presentedby by Cash balances, beginning of :year 4735.73
Bradford Park Monday
Is urged to the end that Starke Mr. E. K. Perryman was direr period of one week. It will Kike; Gllhooly and was avo- the month to residents and the I graduates at o'clock. I Taxes assessed 4.91 .71

will have a band to be proud of tor of the Church School. reopen Friday July 29. cate4 in a talk by Lex Green. motoring public j i night at 8 II I (Continued on page 8)) 1 F

at Its football game next year.


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Lukazewlcz of Starke a boy, I" next..four weekly h",1 nod:..,,.neslvit ,(tIdal seal I" In'Vim' k r.:n''IUlr..d: l t' nAiiKiixt ,
Bradford County Telegraph ti. my July 1.1111.Ut lit, 1911. In tin il I
Vincent 13. Florida. ties
Edward on July at Starke 1 Court and manevher.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil/ Melton .. tiff weeks divnro Prn'ir",,i .
1879 POOR '.-II"'I At. SKA 1.) Telegraph shall publish ,
E. L. MATTHEWS. OWHtR-EDITOR AND LONG BRIDGE Jordon of Starke, a boy, Virgil A- '..,.rk ni4n. In next four weekly IKHU."'h.

rfius1led Every Friday. and Entered: M Second By :Mr*. E. A. Supp Duane on July 15. By Haven. Cnwby.. ,,1' fI'hiiH J.Th..j. WItness mv hand and ,"M, ,
Mr. Mrs. Lane of II.I./ *. 211u5< ..t Slarlio., Florida, th i "
leas Matter at the Pu..t Office at Stark. FU. and Ray /I"Jel'11' 1949.I .
? rirwr111'
HENRYAll Starke a boy Morris Ray on .AttN, ; us. (OKKK'IAI. SE \I.. A'T TA ,
TAXES A religious film "The Missing J .
July 17 ( .rk..r i ,,
MEMBER ((3)) 1949 Y Christians," will be shown at Mr. and Mrs. Otis Dan Lee IN I III titIFi.iiltliiii, III%' Hy Haven Crosby r> <
.Y Y 1111 T Kriink T.Hndrum Mla, U.
Long Bridge Church next Sunday I
of Kalford a girl Janice Diane f .::11". Ally for Pit : ,
;;;cilptloa tJVO Annually "-50 For 8U MontleV1CWP0IIV'1 night July 24. There will be on July 8. JeanettH Caren. riulntlff.. .\"' Ir\- I
The Livelong Day: Henry Suburban reaches out at 7 a.m., ofa I no admission charge, and every- lint Citron, Ueh I 'ntlant, ( u.**. NO.7UL .

--- bright May morning to turn off the alarm clock (price $.t, taxi $1)). one tit. Invited to come. Servicesat (.nr>Kll OK :

Accompanied by the trebling birds he climbs wearily out of bed eleven that morning; also. City Books Open 8TATK AM NOTICE Op' I"'r.AT'I, ;I WELDING I

(price: $103.; annual I personal property tax 75c). walks across the Mrs. Ira Merritt and Mr. and Registration books of the City Caren whose reHldoiire. and address p1l

floor of his $8.000 house (annual general property tax, $210)), and Mrs. Pete Sapp. were' dinner' of Starke are open at the City -- ) t.i

switches. on the electricity! ((33c tax on his $10 monthly bill) which guests of Mrs. Merrill's Hall for the registration of elec-

< aEl lights the blub (price 20c; tax lc). Eaton Wester, in Lake brother'j tors In the City Election next EXPERT i ff; .,L"

To music from a bedroom radio (price: $30; tax, $3)), Henry shaves day. September. The books will remain (

with his electric (see above) razor. As a radio newscaster reports Mr' and Mrs. Romey Johns of open through Saturday 1dI0e,3 q 1r

I1UT-KOI O'T O.RnRF. :\1F.SACfSD Sl'I .\'IiCF.' that Henry's state is preparing to increase Income taxes and imposea Jacksonville visited Mrs Belle August 13.iiiciir. '

peed: demons who take their thrills In over-powered outboard mo- general sales tax on everything anyone buys Henry slaps across I I Johns Sunday.
Mr and Mrs W. H. Andrews of "'e offer the
borrloate are Inviting even greater trouble than the "Hot-Rod Hap.plerY' his jowls a handful cf bay rum (price: $1.30; tax 21c). I I I Jacksonville were over night people of Starke

who Infest the highways. He dresses quickly hurriedly fastening cuff links (price 3.50: ; tax I" (' rot n'r lie \It P HII1 )
I|I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Moody <'<> 1'1.lIlIn" l> ll t\- and vicinity one of the
I TOO) and tie clasp (price $1.:SO; tax 30c) puts on his Swiss wrist Dlo tmod..rn
Tbis was the ,word of caution sounded recently by Lt. Com C WQuonby I''Saturday' night. f'FII' t.
of the U. S. Coast Guard in calling attention to the fact that watch (price $60; tax $12)), and rushes downstairs. Tucked under onOlI{ A. D. Conner Jr. of Jacksonville Monte r>i>nulil. Maria U Mirarthr.McCarthy Plaintiff iJvfwnitunt v*. and finest equipped

tttrre have been two deaths. In outboard motor accidents. In Jacksonville arm Is a leather briefcase (price $18; tax $330)) which carries papers visited Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Casa :No 7 I JO. <

: during the past six months-a higher rate In proportion to usage, from his real estate office Including one deed (property valued at Sapp Sunday afternoon. I l.m>>KH NOTIOK OF. ;rL'flLIOATIO.M!TO Al'I'KAIt: \ welding shops anywhere
$3.000 tax $3.30). I Mrs Smith Johns visited her 8TATK OK FIXJHIDA to: Mont.
stamp .
Ulan the number of automobile accident deaths In that locality. ; Marl McCarthy, whose residenceand SERVICE All Work Guaranteed .
In the kitchen, he's in time to snatch two slices of bread husband Sunday. Mr. Johns is .
One of the latest fads, he said is for a speed-happy man or boy to just from I j uildrvMH Is L'nknnwn. I
the electric toaster (price $16; tax $3.20)), lift his coffee from the a patient In St. Luke's HospitalIn You lire rtMiulred to appear on.
atajn an outboard motor with, more than twenty horsepower anj August land, 1949 In the shove named SMITH'S GARAGE
(Hit it on as small a boat as possible gas stove (price $100; tax $19)). and grab a glass of fruit juice from Johns Jacksonville.are glad to Friends know that of Mr he ; Court seeks and divorce' <> ...hr': f.-Jn: plaintiff : Chas. C.

the refrigerator (price $300; tax $30)). Telegraph. shell. pilblloh thla Order.
-A boat on which the hull and the motor are suitably fitted toearfe Is Improving nicely and will be In neat four weekly ,IMHUCN.WltmHK ShepherdAt AND MACHINE SHOP
A glance out of the window shows It's raining so he calls to his .
and operated Is reason- back home my hand and official ninlat
other and which Is competently carefully soon. ,
wife (marriage licenHe $2)) to telephone (monthly bill $12; tax $209)), i Htarke.. Florida, this July luth, Gay's Service Station Temple Ave Starke
Rbh aafe." Commander Quinby. said. "But when they are overpowered Some of the visitors at Long 1919'
for a taxi Too many other people want taxis on a wet morning so I church .,
Bridge '
PEAL) Thomas
outboards are exceedingly dangerous In Inexperienced hands. monday night were 'UF.'I'I.\L. A..I
Henry gets out his own car (price $1800; tax $103) and drives (oper Mrs. Lois Byrd. Miss Jewell Thomas An Clerk' or said (.
due to two
Jf. pointed out that these accidents were apparently fly Haven t'rovby, D. C. - - .
ator's license $1)) to the railroad station. Miss! Mary Lou Thomas Ro- O I.. Pallrn BtKike, Florida 'ourl'l .44 1
false assumptions on the part of operators: That because there isiMtfeing Henry relaxes at the station with a cigarette (price per pack 8c: bert Thomas, Charles Tomlinson Atty. for I'If. 7-2J 4t

In the Immediate vicinity for them to hit they can't get into Federal tax 7c), lit by a match (tax 5\ l-2c per 1,000). Aboard tho of Johnstown.. Mr Robinson and I'V ('1111'11'1' oi r. 1111 u>..- SI2/ Fresh Sea Food

trouble, and that because they are good swimmers. If they do get into train Henry given the conductor his ticket (price 85c: tax 13c) and Rev and Mrs. Brown of Providence ti.iiv.rOI''''', FI.OltlU' I' ( /

trouble they can get out of it. settles down to a hand of bridge with three cronies using of course' / (Japtln Old WIlHon. (,Plaintiff vn. ,
false because high-powered kicker can! Mrs. M. S. Hayes and Mrs. Resets "H"n'. Uefenrtunt., Case No.onr .
The first assumption Is a a deck of cards (price 40e: tax 13c). 7417 DRESSED Ready For The Pan!

Hip the boat over while It Is running without striking anything. If In the city on his way to the office, Henry stops to buy a roll of Rhoda Dowllng of Gainesvillewere I [)ER OF PI-FILK-ATIO.V: 1i ,

Die boat makes a sharp turn, the actions are thoroughly unprcdicta- camera film (price 20c; tax, 5c) that he promised his son (birth registration Mrs. Jesse visiting Fonle last Crews and 8TATK A.\l: > :>10TH'OK KI.OUIDA.; Tl> APfKAK to: Bessie. i MULLETSHRIMP SEA TROUT KED FISH

...." the Coast Guardsman said "The second assumption is also false, $1)) and the lipstick (price $1: tax 20c) he promised his A large Lazenby crowd attended Sunday. Wilson whose. address In: fnknown. CAT FISH And All Other Kinds

as was shown by the recent deaths. One death was directly due to an wife. Because there are friends coming to his house in the evening, I tism services and church at New bap- August.You are 22, 104 required! In the to above appear nam-on When Available

injury Inflicted by the propeller when a man fell overboard on a sharp he buys a bottle of whiskey (price $2.30; tax. $260)). River Sunday. Mr. Will Andrews "I tiff(ourt seeks. .and divorce cause Bradford nhnrln County plain- AKRIDGES FISH MARKET

turn. Arriving eventually at the office. Henry sighs (no tax!) and settles { and Miss Winnie Blume were baptized T.l lKra.|Ih shall pilhllnh thin Order
In next four weekly | .. TENTH AT OAK ST. NEAR
Commander Quinby reminds the public that there Is a Federal law to a day's work (annual Income $3.000; Federal and state Incometax Visitors were Mrs. Stella I WItneSs, my hand and HHU official* seal -: S.A.L. DEPOT

rCKhut, negligent and reckless operation of a motor vessel.. Although $310). If he works for the rest of his life he will be able to pro { Andrews, Mr. and Mrs J. W at tarke.' "Florida' this July 16'I

Indictments ate seldom brought under this law a maximum fine of vide the government with a handsome slice of Inheritance tax. And Burgess and children of Miami, (OFFICIAL 1949 8EAf.' A..1. Thomas,'I

fXJtQQ: or a one-year jail sentance Is provided. If he dies In a state that Is fiscally tolerant he can take comfort in Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pinholster A. Clerk of said, Court''
[and Mr. and Mrs. McCormick and By Haven Crosby, D. C.
in the the thought that his casket, provided It cost less than $100- -will be .
Due to the large number of outboard motors being operated '|Mr. and Mrs Joe Moreland of 7 23 4t 8.12

IksjndredH of lakes In the Starke ares Commander Qulnby's words ofeasAron exempt from any sales tax. i| Jacksonville Rev. Sparks Guy IV rim liT oiiir. BH\I>,,POIII
Wnynesboro (Qa) True Citizen ""01 \1't; 'I.OIIIU1I1 IClLt'_
should be of particular significance. Andrews and Mrs. Susie Andrews>> ('Ils: I'

There Is also a law against creating a nuisance with operating out- lot I Starke. Ines Edward'r> Knrl HuNtoii: Hu..bn1, Mofendnnt.riulntlff.Case.Vll LOCAL FACILITIESof

board motors with open! exhausts on Kingsley Lake, and perhaps Miss. Ida Merrltt and Mr. and No. 7412.
violated and the Mrs.. Herald Shiver are visiting OltDKR: OF PUTt.irATlOV"
others In this vicinity. This law Is being flagrantly .
relatives in St Petersburg this TFIA'I1 t1 A lu Lies quiet refinement with organization
offending operators are apparently getting by with It, but some day 8TATK' ( > : p.
week. IIUHton. wh....e residence and adilreMM
the patience of other property owners may become exhausted and a IB: fnknown. competent and thorough in its en-
Floyd Wiggins and Elmore Ca-
will made these pests who hug the shore line just as You are required to
crackdown be on made business appear on tirety enable this establishment to
son a trip to KIs- August IS. I IS41. In the above
ektae aa they can] and speed up and down, back and forth In and out |simmee last Wednesday. ed I Oimrt and cause wherein plain-nam- t
lara BurgessAoKrPONCA. tiff nee kii dlvorre. Kradford render a fine and moderately priced
boats, with 7/v County
beten swimmers and other more moderately operated Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Douglas Telegraph shall publish this, Order
gas apparent concern for life or limb-either theirs or that of others. NEBR i?= of Starke attended church at New In\next .four. weekly JHMUCHVltne. service.

After all, if airplanes are not permitted to buzz rooftops, why Uhen-ht"" I rejoice with the golden sing and at the poet office I see River Sunday and were dinner Ht Nt.._nrki n__*.'niy_lvii.i.iiii..hand... ,.__,and*..i...iu official. W"'I...>..seal.*...

anouM outboard motors be allowed to buzz the pier ends? I Hummer morning anti. meditation the same good people and I greeteR..h ; I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester IH9.". ( "- .\(. 1'1\' f.) A. J. Thomas., DeWITT C. JONESPhone
the good thing. In life. one I am so happy to see,i.' Andrews A" Clerk of said (Court

imanvAY BEAUTIFICATION !WTAUTSITII Y-O-U them. Another day, always a good Preston Kerce and children of I T nv, Frank Haven Uimlrum.(t'roeby. f>.8tarke f, I, 7 Starke Fla.
Fin ,
Think of these and go to sleep; day for me rain shine, cold or Oroee visited Mr. and Mrs. Me;. Ally, for I lr. 7-li 4t 8.81 1 1IV
Tlorida as one of the leading playgrounds of the United StatesJrrtnars
Water running cool and deep. hot. God Is in my heart and love. ton Kerce Friday and Saturday. cciaT
a large portion of its Income from tourists and vacationists fllMllr II II \|>FOn II Funeral Director
Pine tree song and wind In grain ABOIT: TilE WORLD: From Mrs. Rosa Pinholster of Brooker ('nlT1', 'I.OltlU1I. 1\ (''II.1I\:! Ambulance ServiceOur
Duo it not follow then, that the countryside, and particularly thetlegbsvay Blowing leaves and failing rain. my neighbor Emma I have a visited her niece, Mrs. Mana Walter('FRY: ,J. Allen, local funeral home enables us to offer
Plaintiff vs. Iu- conveniences anil
should be clean? Instead we see the roadside strewn with Think of these and take your card from In Holland. She has Wliritln, Sunday. Mrs Plnholotorla rule U Allen, Defendant CUM No. services not otherwise available.
Rtlrr. empty bottles newspapers, discarded fruit and rubbish In gen- I just back from visit 1105
rest; pltlntp(1 a tree for me In the a pleasant (In': '}:n OPAM t'I'r.-r.f"TrOS
eral. We might think that It Is the tourists who blemish the highways, Moonlight on the meadow's breast Island. Park at MUMli'bnrj It win with her slater In El Paso Texas. ) NOTICE TO APPKAIl .

BJM.! undoubtitlly. they do. But there are few visitors passing! through Tall hills ,wearing starry crown flooded during the war and Is She also visited points In Oklahoma r.. BTATIS Allen,: whose OK r-A i-PHlilencB>Klr)A to and r.uclll addroHK We furnish the highest type service at lowest and

now. and yet the highways are littered with freshly discarded refuse And no one on the streets. of town. now a wasteland Letter from Aus-, Kansas Colorado and New U unknown accept ANY life insurance prices
You policy In
: force
urn Issued
required to by ANY
Trw writer has of throw thing -Elizabeth Ellen Long trallla, Trlx Falvey. The "tamphH" Mexico. August appear on
: seen occupants Florida-registered cars I 12. 1141. In the above' nam company as in
Mrs. Jay Moody and .d .'."" and payment part or in full on a funeral.
a kangaroo on It. That country daughter muss wh reln plain'
out on the roadside, so some of us do It ourselves. tiff .. ,
above .Ivo.- Consultation
I love the little e. llrmUor.1 carries
poem Camilla County no
: a* near like the U. S. as any Jane visited Mrs. Georgia Telegraph l shall. obligation.
Question la what to do with an empty pop bottle, wrapping paper titled '"Sleep Song". All the verythlnes Iln'the world. Collins, a slater of Mrs. Mood- publish thin Order

fruit nklns, etc. when traveling in a car. Few of us ever carry it home ,. above mentioned I have AIMU'T TSMy sister who y's in Miami last week. They also -
anal discard It In our garbapo can, and human nature being what it Is. enjoyed deep sea fishing on
loved so all my life. Running water I camp to visit me is thinking of
many will continue to roll' down the window, and toss It to the windt. the Gulf at Marco.

!. at properly designated and posted places along the highway ,hot day so cool At and Clay refreshing Hill I loved on the a I((Spending winter In at Florida.least part My niece of next Is Mrs. Stella Andrews. and daughter HOME TAR ii: I N G STARKE

Mrs. J. W
there, were suitable receptacles where trash might be deposited, thena tree's which has lulledme moving to Tampn. So you seeothers Burgess and famlly S
pine song
large number of people would cooperate and our highways would be I night, As a love dear old Florida. From of Miami are visiting friends OWNED S
to sleep many a and FLORIDA
relatives In this
much cleaner. Perhaps, In light of the acaraclty of funds available child I loved the wind and blowing RhodA Island comes word they section tot
few &
a days. also have Market
They cottages Grocery
for such a purpose, the suggestion Is not timely. But could it not be I enves., Who does. not love to hear had drought, a severe one and Lake -
on Brooklyn that they
kept under the heading of: One of the things. we want to do? rain falling especially on a roof rains came too late. plan to spend a few days In before

overhead? About me now are the AIIOI'T 'I.nlun.\1 Mrs.' Cox'
returning to Miami. WEEK ENDING JULY
tall hillH Not land but fertile '- wrote me she was happy that she, 23rd
poor Mr, and Mrs.. Melton Kerce visited
fall. Wonder -
FASHION NOTE SAYS that skirts will be shorter this -
to the top and covered with could .select the name Letter from WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY _
.hat will happen when rising hemline meets plunging neckline? growing crops or trees may top my dear friend Etta Fowler always -, Kaiford Mr.last and week.Mrs. R. J. Petty In Cor Call & Cherry Streets

the hill. At night here our streets helps ,me to realize how''
A !MAN ;\1.\V ...\1.1. several times but he Isn't a failure until he after midnight are usually deserted good It is to be alive and know ,;

tufts saying that somebody pushed him.-Nuggets.STARKE and quiet I often wait up for ladies like h"r.'Iv"s and dear ,, Flat SARDINES c
Don and In the summer I walk mothers .who work and are not Per Can 5

out on the sidewalk with Digger thinking of selves. Joann Lang of ,
J I love the stars above the silent Lutz Is good to write She is happy ':

JERSEY DAIRYGRADE hills and God seem clone. My I and always tells me Clay Htll SNUFF 3 f for 25c
friends about me asleep seem so news; Mr. and Mrs. Winton Par ,, R Tomato Juice 2 f for -19c
rlsh cf Lawtey have '' ,
very dear and home Is a blessing." a new baby'

"A" MILKJJelit'crl'd \Iy neighbor said to me just yes. boy. weighed over seven pound ;5 Lbs! Fresh DressedFRYERS!

erday, "If work makes you hap- His name Is Garry Mltchel.. I am
py> you .mire have plenty of It." so happy for them. They have 22c lb. 49c
Mr. and
To Your Mrs.Vallace Carton -
, Step Yes, work does. make one happy. two other darling boys and a little ,
announce the birth of daughter
Work with those you love If you girl Pat. Letter this morning from

Pasteurized :. Homogenized also love nature and things about. Mrs Mettles of Starke who start- Linda Carol Carson on July 10 MARION
at General
Allegheny Hospital c
you. I had sweet corn for "upp..rlallt ell me on the Bible course I have Sliced BACON
evening. My first. given by just four more lessons It has Pittsburgh Pa. Before her mar- 21
RUDY NKWSOSI; I OwnerDon't this neighbor.I been so wonderful to study. riage Mrs. Carson was Jewell Pound
I Gassett of Starke.
sent Mrs. Cox her present. It ('I.\\' HIM. Richard Lang is L For t ood

.. was a fast color lunch cloth a having his house wired for lights The following: births were an-
Vllenrltir Product. I hope, she uses' No doubt others are too. Dorothy I nounced at Shadycrest Hospital: Octagon SOAP 13c

It and thinks of me! The contestwas Manning! writes she U planning Mr and Mrs. Arthur Stephen CORNED BEEF 39c

Let Summer Static such fun thanks to our good, on going to school at Starke She ; Manassa of Starke, a boy Stephen
Is a sweet lovely girl and I Lawrence 8. 2-For;
Editor: and nil who took part by hope on July (Great; Northern
writing.! I think Editor made n she gets to go and Is happy in Mr and Mrs. Henry Frank

INTERFERE With Your e'nnd choice From Leila's Beauty school. Her father has been dead I' 'Thornton of Starke, a boy Ro- Argo STARCH 13c BEANS lb.

Salon and Dress! Shop I' had a since she was very small. Little :bert Carl on July 7, 12V2c

pru..nt. I was so delighted It was Kilnti Carter will go to school at Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Britt Howard -

SADIO ENJOYMENT a cunning heat proof rooster just Clay Hill this term School starts of Starke, a girl, Kathleen

rowing/ and li to be put In theenter ,,11\ August I believe. Luella Austin Ann on July 9.

(' of a berry pie to keep the : .went with Lela Carter to Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Victor Hi Up FLOUR 25 Ibs. 1.48

Demonstration juice from spilling out It i* so Starke for a permanent Saturday
ASK for F M in clever! and really works. Whoopee! II. II'I"'J. IIINTSj In hot weather ''

your (.lttl.. thing. that make lift so to get cool put your hands I' Kmgan'sPotted;
a FREE home wonderful to be remembered From above your wrists In a basin of I'er Can

dear MI'''. Quigley I had a poem cold water. That Is what I do. I HOARD'SCall' Meat 3 for f 25c

she had. framed. T shall use the put Hour and pepper In a sack TRIPE .. 39c

CHAS. C. SHEPHERDAT poem soon Here 1 hnve one fromthe drop in my piece of chicken and j i :Myty Fine

collection sent by Mrs. Wynn: shake fa-y way to flour chicken. nine Rose:

GAY'S SERVICE STATION, Madison & Court St,'! Must run along now want to I
Ill ..',rth' .splendid common things' make Don an apple pie for din ''i: Pie Filling 3 for 19c RICE lb. >

PHONE 10 Iloid great poems yet unponnod, nero He has to go early to the I 12 /2c
nun and rain and leaves, and wind. house I am thinking of you all

Tossing grasses trees that bend- and loving every one God bless I '

From their motion light and shade everyone LOVE-LURA I SUGAR c
deathless poems could be made. 5 LB. Factory Packed 29
IY flMCIlr COI "'r. tll< \IIKO II II I
All the splendid common things, (('01 hHL\1'1. FI.O11Htl I' IiI ,_

Water air and dally bread. Film: Huff. 8tronsea Plaintiff vu
1I1 xive's dear selfless. offerings Peter Strong-, Defendant. t..... No Call on tie for rrllaMi. drug FRESH PRODUCE
Shelter, food a table spread. 'OROKR op rtBMrrinv and health needs< at worthwhileMttlng ETC.

Hom Qwnld and Qp.raIed by ICI'p--that blessed anodyne-- "T AND.\TB NOTIOR OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR lo: Peter ,
These are splendid things and fine. !Straga. whnii r.'d.ne.' and ad. *. "'e pride ourselves on CHICKEN FEEDS
F. JAUDON dress: !I.' Unknown. fresh Meats
My heart rejoices, I so love life Von are ri-qulrcil to appear on the scrupulous rxartnew whkhgoes Poultry
AUKII.I 12 1919. in the' 'ahov named
Fla. and the common things. Just a Court and l 1 cue... wherrln elaintlffseek. Into
Starke -
113; West Call St. every single prescription
walk to the postofflce brings muelight. rilvnrc and rvntoratlon ..tmaiden We Invite
name. Hrarirnrri County --- Your
I go every morning about Trl :ri>P \ hull nubllnh this' Order we fill. Continued Patronage _
Complete line Auto Accessories. Tires "llht. Birds sing and Digger trots In n t four weekly: l:luu..

llatteriert Outboard Motors Fishing :long at my side, and enjoying .seal\\linM' a. "tllrke.my hand Florida' l and, this official July PHONE 79

Tackle Radio Bicycles And HUB- the smelling of delicious acenta.I I"[ 1419IOFFICIIL, SEAL) A. J. Thorns Temple! Avenue Stmrke, Fla. AGNES THOMAS ALTON DOirn;; JOE S. STAHLING

dred of other items I have a great joy In my heart. An lM.rH of nal.t. Court Outhll'r!
cannot tell how I feel. fly Steven Crnnby. n O Market :Alanager
I Genera
you T. Frank rao.C'rPGE
II I Ijin.lrum. Stark*. .
.\ fur 'if.. 7-jj FtailtlT -12



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K..y"tnn..n In Jacksonville very attractive moderate priced RlIshton home were Mrs. J. A Ina. Lydia IIurlt.y, Kyle !McMuriry. named Court and rail,.. ....h..r..l.) ,to ft2t Prince 't.' Georgetown South In issue.---.
Keystone 'INhlng Tournament handbags..The trial] was a S'lc'ua Ea.tdy 1 and II.n. Andy or Lalk \\'. J. Siprelle Pllt Fral'er Hay plaintiff nerkn dlvurre. llrsdfurli'uuntv'rrlrNrnI'h I I Carolina: Witnea next ft. ''Ir my weekly hand and rtiet..a

Heights Lois S. (Mre R. L.) Walker so now we find Mrs. Fraher offering City S. C 'Mrs. Faddy 18 a sister Vickers. H. L. !Morgan. Jr.. Ii" 11.Wnlr.th. ;: In nnxt:; four.hnl N'rx' ) ,'abItxh\Iv ha1na IhluIrr I A..t Yon.. are I. 1919 enquired In I .the 10 ahnve app."r on trill.. ,1949.OFFICIAL.AI MI.. "Iltx. I'Inr1Ae. thl ..le012t .

and Kyle McMurtry are among In addition to handbags an of Mrs Rushton.On Jr.. R. K. Reedle! n. H. w'1nexx/ m. hlllld H"I) ,..rrl'IHI ."HIIII Court and cause. wherein ,named
By Mrs, II. L. !\ $tark. .Finrhls thta July l3.h.. plaintiff' ( 51A1. A. J ThMtI&tI.H .
Morgan Jr.
the leaders In the Sixth Annual inexpensive but good-looking line "'edneadny. July 13 at 1 Browning. R. I.. Walker n.V 193OFFICIM. terka T.I..ltph Awnrrrt.h,11. Arndfunl "olln'y Clerk of _Id:0..r...

Jax Fishing Tournament. On July ot casual clothes. Saw Lois Walker p m. Mrs. A. n. Wat on'" home Thomas It. R Clapp W. J. White- I.. SI7AI.1. A .1. Thorn"M ,. iii next four weekly publish banes.thin Order PS.. F'.lInk Haven I.nndnm t'rmby, n Starke C.T. 1"1..ld.A"y. .\.
Town To Plant 7th modeling a cool looking blue \ ('I"rk "r "Id four!. ".ltn..... my hand and official. for J'I'. 7-1 4t '.::U
" I'ineq Mrs. Walker landed a 10 lb. was the setting for a delightful sides, C. J. Balltl'd A. D. Watson. IIY II"v'n "I..h '. t'. r' seal at t41..rk... h9urlda. ..hl June
At the last 4 oz. king ''mackerel while Mc chambray runback dress from"Pate" \1\'. C "'hut. H. Ilneu. 2'H.U') lIunr..nl.It.. 29. I ISIS! .
town council dessert IIII'Crary and AlfredNelson.
meeting brlclRe Fudge chiffon cake Inds. JnektonVIIIc. l9u.tlty' In C'I..1t c........ R......... C.5.55,7.r'lorld.l .
Mr, Bateman ot the International Murtry holds the honors with the at Agnes Watson's party and vanilla ice CrrAI1'I'! were s'rvp,1 1111'8'at on. Mrs \Vhltp for l'lf ..I U ..r, OP'Flc'I.\L RK.1LI) A.I 'rh'",,"". I I. 1 h........,..
largest hark so far a 167 last week Dot McMurtry look" i .sides Mr \\'alrath ofnid ruurt W"II.r 1.Irubn. 1..1"11", v. M"rII. -
pounder with coffee to the guests who 1\Ira. r.y Maven f'r..by, O. t'
Paper \fcMllr.1 It ? I".nd". ,h. t. ndatst. Cnar NOlo
Company talked on "Re.forestation" elegant In a very different looking 'IItI. I'r 11/1 It I'. t"l u..1tc' '
Voiuenn' Apparel Shop were: Mrs. W. C. 1\IcCrary. Mrs. try and 11I1's. Tl'RI'E'Y were the recipients ''' "" 1" '. F'l.hnlutl. I". t Htl. John 1. limldereun, E.q" Rlrhar.l-" 737'1
On his advice It was printed silk number which \ of unusual ".au' ran i Inds 1 :: Jnelteonvl ll99"n'An, Order St I'abllrntlast. A. rollrp 1Appenr. .
About of I :
months 1.11's. nov Viekers Mrs. W. i pieces pink 1'It.
n. Redfern
ago "' Atty. for
11111 "% .. 7.1 41 7.22In .'. ,
on 1'1"lnllr toe
decided iehe I I also purchased at the beauty '111\' rl't'r I7: oV '''111.
- to plant 4Q; acres of elash Pat Fraher popular proprietor of Mrs. F. M. Walrath Jr.. Mrs. It.I. ., while and gold mummer jewelry SVrlnrr. hrfrndant. ,'H" :0:0. ",419. ; .1 Slyrl. ,1.1,11,1,, ,,,l''. Wh,"." .ltl."ce Ni.'bnnon
pine at Keystone Airpark This the local beauty shop initiated a ahoP' Morgan. lr. Mrs. P. H. Klaus.termeyer which were the prizes! ,, wit\hlat 01' I'PI'I.I"'rIO-.J" :. 'Ireull (..0.--\: (,... Coast,. II 11 2. S..w J..y
will [ .\SI' ::0.1'\0; \: TO AF"'NAle: 1..10...1 In 1'bn'rer.. You are r'rulred, to' appear owAuauet
be done as soon as planting defensive to combat the home- \\ltlt..f..atht'r :Nets.The Jr.. Mrs. E. T. ]Martin to'r.'N:. lib'" /1"1.011\\ to:: Uln.b''I.t. t'eaer.. Smalls, "1..Inlier.. "N Laura I I. ""O,1:' \ tht ...1..,,,.. ''''n......
time arrives this winter. wave craze. She stocked some popularity or the 'VhHe- : M.s. R. L. Walker Mrs. Fred .S .\.\', ./. whoa, r/'sld'ncr. and. ad.II 1>....1111.. Iro"tilt) nt, .',9r N.. 7aHH Court, and ante.. wherein plain11K.nek '
h.. ..,. is' "'""rl""" North\; l'"roll".. 1/'der of 1hIhllraionstd roll(, Intpnrnr o1..r". 1""oI'.rd t'o0.'If'
__._,_ _.______.._ feather Court Is ever on the In- Cole M". B. H. Rose. Mr. AI- LA 1'nu arc rx uuti'd' on rrilt: of I'.oIl'U' tai Telegraph. _hall publleh. t"I.O.d..r
W T ;
----------. crease. Lately cars have been red Nelson Mrs. C. J. BRlltE'd" E YIlv .Ngutt Is, 194t1. In; Olll"'J'U! ::, !I Lnurt. .:Small' whn..e r..ltl.n ,b In neat four perk iv I"uSw'Itnesa .
: ed t'uurl .
and cans' h..r..ln pin ill.I lore Kelly alrret: N.w Turk kurunarw Inc hand and
-- turned away from this rendezvous Mrs. J. 1. Hili. Mrs 9. E. McKay Mary Julia Faith .If' seeks. dlvnrr. 11o..lf.,1 t..nty :\- York: .. .t Nlul k.,. I'hrldn. this Jsem2a
I of as all cottages were occuplrd. Mrs. ".I., .......h ...hnll ....hli..h .hl. ...1... I 1'm M,.a regnlred to appnt on 1541.OFFICIAL.
Knowledge Phannacy'UNSEEN Thomas Campbell Mrs. Richard In next -'nllr.ki,;. lv,' .'';u"W'I;;;: I August I 1549. In the rbotc unm.A ( 101'\1. .1, TIt"..._
Therefore. It is advisable to make IIII' and IIfI's. Wlntl'n ,.... : xnl 1 : rk ..
Clapp and Mrs. R. 1(. Beedte Guldings \\ II" 11I" h'u'nt' end ufflrinn' I teal Court raunn. wherr In plaintiff, A.! ""I. "aid CeurLInv
advance reservations and avoid Ray Hearst Jr celebrated .entertained with an "O".n Houllle" t :Stark.. 'I..hl". .Ihls July 1:1.: nerkn. dlvo. .... 1I..It..r.1. County Haven 'r".h'\' L "''
his 111 ,It.iuFFl'Ltt'. Telegraph' shall. .. publish hi. Order. Ally. fur ,.It' 7 .1 I II 7-2S
BUT ESSENTIAL dlanppolntment. .I..v..nlh birthday on Thursday Friday night at the Methodlstparsonage. t as tl.l A. .1. Tholll".1

Vacationing at this spot now July H. with a swimming party \ Out of town guests IA' Ihtyen' 'A.Cutbv'Clerk of" r told "'unrt. .

TO EVERY PRESCRIPTION are Mr and .11I1's. Bernard Mor given by his mother at KeystonnItrach were: IIII'. and Mr.. Giddings. I'll'' T, Frank, I. :'' n..1\. eau;" l.". 1"1" I
rte and family or Jacksonville, from 3 to 5 p.m. The party Mr. sad Mrs Jimmy Gill and son. .\II)'. fur elf .t1 It 8.3. '

Mr. Morrla Is soclatl'd with the WAil opened with a grand treasure Jimmy. 1\11'. and !\frs. Janice Pringle. In ('Irralt' (....".. n..u.,1. 1 onnty.
Dr and Mrll. F9nrhlns. In '"",,'.n. yo Frlor
Tr.\slIry: Departm'nt. Also oC.JacksonvUht hunt. Thf' Ilerlnng and
boys And Jlrlll alsrplayeti .letplr. lit-" ,""' 1..11, I., v. l'luln'tt, t.
Fqr are Mr. and Mra. O. "pin the tail on the dnn. Mr. and 1.11'11. p'ple ant, Hln. All II".n' Fdgnr. 1.1'1. Irt'. udant,. ..

J. Cummo and family who will be k..y". and participated In 1\ bubble had 8 grand\ time. Order( "n5.. Nn of I..n 7tr,2.: .. / I.edI.10..

!9 aYaa1 "glxwwwwwalt5nl 5.A. here for a week of swimming and gum I'ontpllt. nRY received MISs A.III Edwards has returned ,"....... "I'n: "I" 'I."HI'" t lot to,
11"1'' :,'"",' 1.srl...r, h.... InI.
R' fishing many lovely gifts. from his frlpndltBlrthriBY from Atlanta G'l, where ehe had drnro It IIl1kllnwn :

j A From PaIn lka came Mr. and rRk!. Irp. (cream candy been visiting Mr. and !\frs. J. A t. Yon III .. ,I"nuuI, I" n..p..11. .m.
i M. r Au gOeiI 1 1. 1"111.I I III tI t.. .it)" .
T.kT4 Mrs "r. 'name.1 1
a. E.
Lewis and their Edwards
daughter and punch were IIPrv..d Those who for a few weeks r.urt and 'wile' (. wh..11I pL11nttff'
for one week and there have thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon Vacation Bible School 11'1' there .11\"r.'.r nod Irxlul. n'' ,h," of
"1'0" n.'nn' nom.. Itradturd .
: been many others from widespread were: "Ri'ky" Baas. Michael Red- greasing nicely at the IIIdhodiRt I TIngroph. ."nll I"hll.h 'Itilt r'o.h'r nnty,

points. fern Alfr..dValllon.. DavidSwartZ'E'lder. church In n'tf, '''111' work. h' 1..11..
lt Itness ..' ,
01 Iuno1 and ft'tiuIIteal ?
SOCL.\I. NOTES; Hayden and Charles Mr anti 1.11'8.V.. H. Fc1warc1: II."I\ ,.. k.'. F9ortdn. thin Jua" t
.. i Recent visitors at the E. A. Ifasklns Mary Ann Mnr/an. 30, '
/ had 8"1 their guest. hlllt week Mr tnr'F Ir1Ar qt.\J.: A..I'' ,
1 and Rnv's brother and sister. Tom. and Mrs.V.. H. Edwards Jr. ... I'Inik" of .... Th".j #,.H"j w.lt' jt7// /5krf5.s I
I'ly JI"'n I'rn"hy" P. r '
my Nancy and family and IIIr. and 1.11'11. J. .1 Z' Adkhra.,. Pr 1htJnret !lie.. F'Iri of caX: Wh d, ibif'ercfsic.Ceer
Mrs' Jesse L. ifill Is 'RvlnA' l\f, EdwardN and Any for, 1'Ir. 7.1 It, 2In
family of Atlanta
Friday' night by plans for B"RU' Ca I/ .s,. t"dmY.f///
P-t'/f-l/-: '
.t i iIt 1'Irrtalt. ('0"', nrndlnrd. Coast"?. / /, .
mont Texas where she. will sojourn The Fturld I In ('hearer?.
for about a month with hE'rpar..nta. Baptist W. l.f. 11. met F O: Ntatdvl'. ', 19nln1'ff. '. "M \1..1: -
'r Ji *. Thursday) afternoon at the home le hue Nn3 der. Urt.ndmtI." I'nae. :N.; .
1IIr. and 1\11'\ .
,i '' J. P. Him- of 1.11'8. W. F. 1II00rE' 7191tnler
It r___ mel. .t 1."hll..U. red Notice rYssG3Yr
; __ ,, Congratulations to "RIlI" Mc- Mrs. William Pope III vl.ltlnr, a.,1"1'1.' of 1. Appear I't.uMI111 'rnI, I J"Y/ID c !

w .. (''cart'" .Non or Mr. and MrR. Will her mother 11I1'1I. Paul Dinkins :\1".1..11.. envda't'. w hnsr r..h" ore

a, .1 +r + lam C McCrRry who rondo the) I:I thIs week I shin I21ft: ftrllltlanll" lStrr.l,. "'111"1111"11." ,

ex.1 tP F OPHn'R list\ at the University ofFlnrida. Mr. and Mr. I.. II. Jo1111'h 1'1"- You are required to appear on
Augusat. I. 191'1 III IIr ehnt' .. ,1
I '""""
; "Rill" hall completed hisfirst turned :Sunday from Colorad' Court and .cause ,, herein I plaint itt
r fliMri l? year at the University sndIs where they had: 1 b"E'n'llIltIn for peeka. dlvoren. t'r"U.\ (ellnt'
Telegraph .h,11 puhti"h thin Ordur
e majoring In foreign lang'uages. a few WE'ekll. h'\\next four weeky' I.eur9.' AZ
Miss Stuart rrinRton of South Visitors at the home of Mr noes my htsnl and ftI''I'1' r
tent., nl, Slat. he. 1.1"1", .hl. .11111'
I 01 psPeci port. N. C. 18 a house IW."t of and Mrs. W. F. Moore tlul'ln!!' "r 1x1'
I slip the week ((0"1,1.\1 SFA11' A. J.
but. E Linda \\'alkf'r.. were Mrs. Moore's (a. Thomas
__ 'lptlOO.i A. Clark or ."lel Court
P 00 at. ..butY---.. Mr. and Mrs Frank Kelly and they and, sinter F.: D. Rover and fly haven l'rn"by. O. C.Dore. I t -

I '.. Yout d.II--IOOS wr iueo core 01 shin.. children of Miami stopped at Tom Mrs Jewel Royal and children of l'lu. Irln.I"'I Andn" ,''ton, fl'.11 roveNI'I'ingt tt -

:""u "poD. f PropertyOwnerNeeds Libby Cnmpb..IJ's last werk. They Tampa and MIss Rachel BOYE'r Ally r"r OIL 7 t 41, 7 72' i :t 1L :

I : pharmacist m o :; ilie wishes lol.y'OI. were on their way 10 North of Jackllonvillo.Mra. __ I I'n .
ate in ''I'ul I'. "., 1I.d ('as..IT.I'lorldnI "
gtitocto u- that will Carolina for a vacation. Mr. Kelly J. M. Browning wnq e 61. <1< he.'''...... r;

and a.tO's d'ciliel at .IS impord''e WRS stlltionl'd at Keystone Airfield guest: or her daughter Mrs. W ,It"rO.... !I.A..y.YA.n It ..tulflrld 11"lrl..I, .. ', 1..1.1'h'Intlrfl. I U UJAX
bysicaao why d. with Tom during the war. III. Dlnlclna In Gainesville Monday 1'...... No 7395leder
... ,
bealth. I. as yOU Windstorm Insurance HOIIIH
t carefully Richard E. night of 1..hH'nUo" and raIl. In'App. IREWIND COMPANY JACKSONVILLE.
restoring CllIpl' Jr. of
I.: bartoacast as son .... 1'\1'.1 U. "'J.UIII'" t 11'1A
sect your l'' Mr. and Mra. n. E. Clapp left Miss Enza Blanchard haM rE" sty H. Caulflrld. wh..... resldrne

.. to sa l'b Y sida. Cost is low-Insure Now lost Friday night for Cherry Point turned from IIIfoml where ..hi a .

.j.. would your r':. C. ,wherelia will train for two Spent her vacation with her bro '

weeks with the Marine Air Hoqerve th..r-In-J'lw' and slater IIII' and
Charley E. Johns Corps.V. I IIIr. S. Hohnnon. ARMY CA P' 'WRECKING CORP -CAMP Bt.Ati: ''NG ..

I P. C Ioon'IIon'lI Midgets, IIIr. J. T. Terry .spent Frtdn'I
hewed to ::01. .Inhn'. PInk !Midgets. I In Gnlneavillr with her daughter
Phone 13 ST.\UKI' I"L..t .\. It to n last 'V..dnE'IIIIIY, afternoon Mrs C. E. Strickland NOW ON EASY TERMS

I STORE I I when they traveled to ..Jacksonville I IIII' and 1011'''. E. R R UrJlE'Y wcr.

KOCHH ...t visiting Mrs Henry 8111'1". Sun

.. ...- Miss P"A'P.'v Ann Jr'nr..t. of idny.
i 53 ... ..... Portsmouth Va. III at home with I 10'1'1)1''' ) HnYE'r hall returned t',. Buy for.a Small Down pay

l .J .p..ntlnll THE TRAVELERS HertfordLOWEST her family for several .....k.... his home In Tampa from
____.._ _,_____._ _.._.._._._._ __,_.__._ Rob Freddy Mooro for ment-The Balance on
Morgan was guest of honor 8 few days.Mr .

lit a birthday rlrnlc .arty Sunday, Hnd Mrs. 1\111) Hllrvy otF'olythe Easy Monthly

IIft..rnoon. July 17. given' by hili 011. were guests. ot 1011'> Installments;

mother and father The "howeI'' T J. TE'rry. Jo'rltay, night.SUNHYRR00K.

did not dampen. tho spirits' of the

PRICEIH7YEARS youngsters,:: who hunted treasures, ,, Or 8uy on Our
chased. balloon 8n,1'lIm for two
New "Layaway'Plan.
hourll. After the games rake icerrenm

(cookies randy and cokes 11.\ \\'alld, ('rn..bv Ii Small Dc'III .

were served 10 Douglas Orllhnm posit Holds t

V"'aRY'nller.. !Michael 1 .
and Kay::
'V/llrnlh. lIirthda.y Forty Building t 4' I .
Bohhy Hpdf'rn. Fault
Mr. and, Mrs. l Jo'loYI ,
Frown ORrlene Campbell, Alfred I I I.tllon. Crosby 'n
'\'.. the honoree And his "i'lt'r. t..rtaln..1 last. Saturday night with

MRr" Ann. Hlcki and Marv Il birthday party honoring/ th..lr 25'x21rBuiding

.In S'prelle' were unable to come dIlIlQht..r.VnnJII., on her 161h

bprllllRO nf IIIne". birthday, anniversary Out tinny !

lCanles were plllyt
Miss Hlllh I'entrrss. nt f'nrlll thrOlll'hnll''; I

mouth. Vn.. niece of Mrll.V.. C the evening.Refreslumenls/\. _
of iced ten, an,1I ) As
J\II'Crary.\' has returned/ to her,
blrth.I.IY'. rake were ecrl'ed' t..
B.F.Goodrieh SILVERTO\Vr home after "I'.ndin a w..I with I _
the I\kCrary's. about .10 ",'Ntll. Below
The h'rthluy' cake .
1IrInri 1\11'11. Ernest F. Cou.lnll wet mad.by

and .tllll hlerll. Susan and ILlrrlet \Vunda's aunt Mrs Jo'loy

9 DAYS ONLY or OrllnI Rapids 1IIII'h.. are visiting IIvan.hula RUI'I
Crosby anti
IIfr. Coullln'. brother not his
wlf" ]\fr and Mrg. Dewey Will IN. n.IjJ'h left TlII'luy morning
SAVE NOW The Cousins are former for National Guard ramp ot Fort' I .111fiEiI

Yes-thc first line Keystone:: : heights Enroute rPNI".ntllot they .laeknnn. S. C. They will be gun\ III
same $ for three weeks, I IIr .1
top quality tire that's 95 stopped at alnbrldlP' Mol.. to !,

standard equipment on 'see their son Earnest E. COIIII' tIII4'1! I'r111 r. on/pr'Nr11. ''IlfiJ ;.m.Iltll .

the newest cars-at this Ins .1'1'. Petty OCfll'.r HI Class I..), .7't. 1'1.111111111: / Ir ( II 't I I fl .11I1b.

record breaking low i2 who 'h attending the Navy Prep ntvlnn ""r'"n' ,''' Slrllnuls)' rol'n.' ,
School there Jlnrrh.t has t lff. "H.O'H'. .r-p. htlhule. ,In.
price. Buy now-and save. grown r"'HI"' ..nu. rasa N.'. 7413.
SIZE 6.00.16 pn'l will he In the forth grade InR."trmb..r o"nl'n': "" I'-I", 'I"1'
PLUS TAX Rue' new short hlllr- Are"' NfTI'I.: T'I ,"1l" 1'1'.111: ,
OTHER SIZES AT BIG M'ru1'l7' IlV' 1"1011111\' I' '
A% 1\
(EXCHANGE) t rut III IIn 1I1'1'0mlnRhe/ enters .J"'k..?.1..IInuI! ... w/wer/ r'..ld'' .m', ,,"",
h" n,II.' ,. 'I "nk""n
SAVINGS TOO junior year In high school .
V. "n ,
11 nr" rnquir., ,1 .
upp.n' "?'
\ this fall.Kevstonp. tugn.t. "tS, 191'1" III .Ou' nl'nv' .. onto' .... t --....:..:.............
II III IIMONEY. Hrarh wnll the netting "'I 1 r.a'"ri and route. wh.r-Ii, 1"1.) .
tier r' k. dlvnrv ""rn.lfn..1 ('"unly,
I for R picnic supper' patty last T"rnl'h "'Noll 'nnbll-h' tblr1rd'1
every B. F. Goodrich fire Frlllay evening given: by the IItlld. ,In ro'xt r"If'' weekly 1.n, THE MATEIUAE.
HERE NOM W" '" n"? 1,1'11,91, ?flh 1..1) .. ",
for every purpose . ent nurses of the Ala'hua County II' Nhu' k' 1 ,Inrldn. (isle .r"," I"

I HO"l'>ltaJ. I(IOFFIrr.1Is not sPiLu' o\.r '1'" .,,,,,, CONTAINED, ALO :'E r: a
Miss Connie Knight! returned to r't.k n' 0111,1, (...IIIT t

B.EGoo clri ch I'IZ Sunday night from 0 pleasant viication II, F'rr flllv"n.. n)". 'Itlolrn" ...hy.III.I>Stark('. e. I"L.' I IS WORTI----: '

In Roston Mass. with her' '\1' ,.., elf, 7Ir. II r

brother and his wit" 1.t and Mrs' I Ir ..tllf. I r1' .., ,, lOt 11/I'IR" ti '
F I. In'lCht.' On her way back for ...1' 1"'lh"III\ Ir I H tr.I $595.00 I t '

j'h to Keystone. Miss Knight stopped ( Ill'vrll A. fI t :''I1.r. Pl.InttCL' e
to 55., her 1IT10th..r and lllldt' lbq' Iinlnr. ,, ... ..
a:# : ? and Mrs E. C fllhO'r. Mr N... 1111. "tlnfeodsnt'. rIt I Yes 'hie building tonne b. duplicated.. for stony i
Knight who livein
I I'Itr: r.I.' "J'PI.I'ATlni'l .i..c tie amount ter which I. I ii being toll.. Th. i i i
Savannah Ca.Mr ANh" NITIgq To' A""I'\" ; I
", ....i.1 .lone. .t current pint I. worth tub- i '
I'IT.\T.: ill'
"'I.'P\' to III""bin"
and Mrs. I
MORE MILES MORE COMFORT MORE SAFETY !fly D. N. Deall an.JdllIlRhtt'r \fn. 1"I..r.. whose. re.IInnalit,' ...,. at.'i.lI ...or. (has oar ,.1., "ic"o' '0 ....". 1
Katherine and Flizl1.: 'cress I I. 1I1 1 I I ItInrv Irrhn.Ier It./O./ i
bath have returned to Keystone card Ituehuien JII''ham"lo".hlr.. Kni(. lien the velum of the 'labor in hi I IWo' I

Weights tn make their home. The Yen. :Ir.. r"'pdr.d, .n spprm, .." chow a tugq.sid 1100'1'10" ....ieh
npallll A'.I.t. ,It. 1'i/t. In 'h. .qh.s.. ..." I pre. 1
SAVING TIRE BARGAIN I have traveled through the .1 r ntlrt nod, \ "ens" wh.r.ln' 1.loln tide two bedroom,. .living ream' iok'I.s" 0.+d '.,It I I t
West. and had an extended star 'I 1", ..5.k- dlunar\ Pr.o1. I'. an14, i
-pluc plenty of closet Add 1
T.I..Rph thrall rnhtlth Out spout lito f''I''i'9' I I
BUYS A GENUINE In Pamon". Calif for the last next h'ur w..kly lu...... I '.uch.. 'OU"." sad yeu'II i.,. r.....", IUlo- 1
ten w9tn.r. .. 1 1otenHelly
mnnth. UI) hand snd' "rr. ''n'' ,01 t
lit Mtarkn., Flsprlds. this Italy 11 built hom. This think of flue; NO I
The F' M. WalrathTi's
C .I 'urnorvtf'111.
$995 Rastedns and \V. J Slprelles were ( MJ' J.I A. ,1. Tlurmns 1'
B. F.
Goodrich A r1-rk, "r .ald 1 l'"art
i : ; among local folks who visited "v. Itxv. II r'.ebv,, ,. rr (' I Or, If You Want Something Larger '
: their daughters last S"n.lllv II' '1'. Frank. ,Isndrlun. "Stark., .. Fla ,
ttty. r.., 1'If 7-1r. 11 l. elr ,
DEFIANCE TIRE I Camp Chowel\waw
The new Defiance gIves, Major and Mrs Leroy Putter' "I 'r l 4' K: 25' X 33' Bldg $495.00
All 'lalmms.. t.. "no1. n.dt.r \
dependable. safe mileage for PAY inn of Fort Rill' Okl". art ulstting .. I. the' undrrttgn.d, na ru.w to'..nr
1 1.00 OWN Mrs. l'att"l'8on'. to A n Andrau\ ns Mh."r of flr..d.
the greatest value ever built ONLY par..nt. Mr to..i ('nun/y. VInrl'Ii. ar. r.I".1, TIME PAYMENTS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE -
and Mrs. R. F: Clapp In ,pr....nt th.lr. re.p-rtlvs lul'n1wlth ,,
into a tire at this low price. 1.25 PER WEEK Mr" n. H. Rose Mrs Bert Christotter. th. pnrreulsre' Ih.r." t'' '
und r Ign.d' oil or I.for. gnu- ..."I
and C J. Baal"do cal'brated .her I. 194'.. tI.h..I., .'...h rll"d-I FOR ANY OF OUR HOMES OR
birthdays nn July lTMrs. will b. pad. ov"r 'n Vita "on'ly',, '

FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY Alfred Lamb of Savannllh.'a. Comml..luner.This July Ifth t of, 194)V.".aid' 1 county I BUILDINGS I !

.. will arrive this weekend for Ae D ned'll.h'
Sheriff nt nr..d'n..1 """'Y.
a viait with her sinter. Miss Con- Florida 1-it 4t I.sIv I Ii
PIIONB= 26 Iii w. CAI:1. ST. STI\IU\f; FLA.. ale KnIght.A .
ruse, II' "I..r. "flU."Uf. Open Monday Through Satu d.y From 8 AM t. 5 PM.
lovely card party wu given ... 1'W FI.OltlnSI. I I' 1111_

Monday evening July 18. by Mrs I Trull f 1.1r T."lfU.. Hunt.r Plnlntlff., .

Jesse. L. Hill at Keystone Inn ,.r.t, lesmon IIuMer. iM.ron".n've. i tMY{ CAMP WRECKING .cORP.

Bachelor button., centered the five ('....OJ\J.FH Nn. 700.OF. rol.PI.I.'T.('..,

1 1 card tables which were placed on ASI' snTI.A"I.tHle/ ,
NT.t ri-: oY" JrJ.r'JUItA to: 1I..I..rlI..n. .
the pnr'h. Enjoying this affair .." Ifun..,. wh..., r".ld"n" C..M ILANDING. FLA. '.0 "0))( 5'6?, stARK I, FLA :'ttO.... ;II
with the hostess were the 7nesdamea .not .ddr.. .. I" lerta. "II"la.
Mar Y u .... re5ta, r.d. to ..14i. .us' In
a Tracey Gladys TII Auai..t. t 12lh. It.,. ,lu the above



I but 'bad been engagedin all of Lawtey; three brothers
w Big Construction Program Soon To Start Alma Qa.
I I farming at Lawtey for several Colon, Wiley and Brantley Boat-
N' At Farms
Penney Community
Memorial -
,\ ) years. wright Alma, Ga.; three sisters

Y' >.:. \ : The Penney Farms Memorial secure an apartment for $3.I'tOO: for He Is survived by his widow Mrs. Cindy Daniels Jacksonville.Mrs. .

C Home Community between Starke life, and the property will In turn Mrs. Effie Boatright; two sons Vassle B. Thomas, and Mr-

"" and Green Cove Springs will takeon revert to the community for unnumbered D. E. andVlII'ren Boatright, one Cockle Purvis both of Alma. OaALVAREZ'
,: J daughter. :Miss Merle Boatright ,
new luster and significance; years of use by those

-- If the ntarleit" that returning In the next few .weeks as a monumental who may qualify for such ac -

RI.1C'ft4 Polly Mann Office travelers are telling are true and construction program Involving commodations. >Ien's Clothing 111

Phone 173W Editor J'bono 29 I have absolutely no reason to It happened ton long I ago to be close to $1,000.000 gets ([ STORE LI
think them otherwise then we "news", but still I think the story's under way.Included. Final Rites Held 1894 HI I
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( -- stay-at-homes aren't faring half worth reporting Seems thatS. In the new building

Lou Durshimer bad, after all :when It comes to R. Johns' truck, like a pup, program will be a 120-unlt apartment For M. Boatright

Hercules Employes Mary weather" conditions All those hates to be left behind when its building a well equipped"

Enjoy Picnic At Honored On Birthday who have ventured north of the master" is headed for the beach hospital, a cafeteria with a seat. Funeral services for Marion WANTED ]

Lake Monday Evening Mason-Dlxon line In recent weeks .One afternoon recently S. R. Ing capacity of 20O a recreation Boatright 53 mho died Thursday MEN or WOMEN

Kingsley tell of the terrific heat and seem parked* trusty vehicle up near room and an official's home. night July 7, at his home in

mighty glad to /get!: back to the the road put on the emergency
Saturday morning, July 16 Twenty-five friends of Miss The Christian Herald well Lawtey were held Sunday July
airy atmosphere of good ole Starkp" and left the truck on the road TO DEMONSTRATEThe
at Kingsley Mary Lou Durshimer assembled known religious publication l Is 10th
Strickland's Landing at 2:30: o'clock at the graveside
side of the fence
attendedthe the
S. a. Denmark, who --opened
the site of entertainment at the Church Service Center sponsoring the expansion ,
Lake was furniture mart In Chicago gate and proceeded down to his programalong .In Southprong Cemetery near Famous MAYTAG WASHER
for 138 friends and associates Monday night to honor her on her with other such publications -
and the Bob Metzgers who took cottage on Kingsley The''truck Sanderson. The Rev. Guy V Lee
of Hercules Powder Co. sixteenth birthday anniversary. whose cooperation had madeIt
color schemewas In the sights of New York, among then decided to go down too, so I pastor of the Lawtey Baptist IN THE HOME
A and pink
The delicious chicken green possible to Inform mnnnv church
Church officiated and
other places vow they're" glaa to proceeded through the fence down arrange.
J /was given by the company In used In decorating for the back least the hill people throughout the nation whatIs We Train You For A Successful Future
at the punchbowl be where at the nights scraped a tree and came ments were In charge of Glddens
of the six-year safety occasion. Presiding bt"lndone" /! for retired ministersand
recognition :
are cool enough to sleep So to a standstill at the bridge over Funeral"
Bchmltt. Home Jacksonville.
record ending June 22 made by was Mrs. Charles their families at this unique
I don't feel for yourself If the creek that leads to the Johns'
the Surveys and Leases Dept. On the gift table was a floral sorry colony about 18 miles east of Pallbearers were C. B. Leggett" ,
and you're stuck at home Just cottage The front wheels Electric Service & SupplyStarke
whose office l Is situated In Starke arrangement of white gladioli remember that you're probably were hanging over the embank. Starke. Aubrey Manning J. H. Daniels
The color scheme was
with E. C. Mann. Jr. as rupee pink asters. In the cooler there than you would be ment of the creek? A wreck. Bids were to be opened Mondayat J. W. Manning: Eugene Manning
carried out
'visor. This record represents 2102 effectively It anywhere else er from Starke had to go out and the Christian Herald building and Sylvester Manning. I Fla.
days of work by the department birthday cake making a very pull the culprit back up to tho In New York with the successful" Mr. Boatright was a native of

without a lost-time Injury. It Is pretty one.Games contractor expected" to have 60
the Mld-mmimrr" "Nrenra' : Merrill Mc. I highway .
the most unusual safety recordof were played by -
percent of the construction com-
Millan tellln' brand fish
a new
any Hercules Powder Co. unit guests! during the evening, and story about catching two bass on \\.11. Scans; to be all for pleted by next January. (',rare Your
it Its history of operations. Everyman Mls( Durshimer was the recipientof I now So long See you In
the same cast off a dock at Kings- Under the new plan of operation t
In the Surveys and Leases many lovely gifts. the next Favorite From
Mr and Mrs. Frank: ley. Red Griffin (Col. J. A.) thp unit will no longer be "
attended the affair. Swimming Assisting
Dept. of boasting about the big bream -*Carolyn limited entirely to the use of A i: 1".. Tripl
was enjoyed by the guests Dumhlmer In the celebration ,
that are biting now In the samebody ministers and their wives. In the R
before dinner was served. their daughter's birthday were MissMargaret of water .'Heated argu- Wrecking Company future, those who have given of '
People from Hercules Campsover Mr, and Mrs. Fred Selley
Durshimer of Brooks- ment going\ on In Biggs & Baker Fetes their time and effort to the church .
the state attended. Cities EmployesThe :
about the Softball will be able to life
I protested game purchase a
represented were: Waycross vllle and Mr! Roy Ray. II .
u between Alvarez and Robbins. Pelican Club the use of an apartment In the new
:Brunswick and Folkston, Ga., I on Kings.
Lake City Ocala Polk City and Legion Auxiliary Billy Edwards: Lyle Anderson, et ley Lake Highway was the setting 120-unlt building.For '

Starke.B. al, almost ready to fly at eachother's Monday night for a party given" the sum of $7,000 an apartment ,.

E. Gooch, Woods Superintendent Names CommitteesThe throats over this mOmentous / by the' Army Camp Wrecking can be secured, and will be

and Marshal S. Beyers matter Buddy Bishop Corp. for Its entire supervisory : theirs as long as they live or untilto

Director of Safety. attended from American Legion Auxiliarymet leg In cast from a baseball accident and office staff. It was also a the foundation to receive men BAKED

Brunswick, Ga. and were speakers Tuesday night. July 19, at sitting on the sidewalk, farewell part for the corporation's I In this cane the unit would revert

on the short safety program held which time the president appointed I listening to a ball game on an advertising manager, Mr. P. T. such time as they abandon it,

before the dinner.Methodist the following! / committees: auto radio Steve Simmons Lustlg. and women of the church including -

Americanism, Edna Stone; Child : tellln' yours truly about a big A delicious dinner was servedto missionaries in much the same DELIGHTSJane

Welfare Mary Covington; Com surprise due at Koch's around the 28 persons attending and manner as the population of the

WSCS munity Service, Jane Trawick; 'August 1, but pledging me to dancing was enjoyed throughoutthe original Penney Farms setup. f .

Constitution & Bylaws Elsie .
Met Here secrecy
MondayThe evening. The present project is one of
Hazen; Finance Delores Szymc-
four carried
being on by the
WSCS of the Methodist zak; Music, Jean Thomas; National Seem a* If the heat' got even Ladies Christian Herald having been

church held a business-program : Security' Jean Thomas; the turtles wacky Hope to AuxiliaryThe turned" over to this organizationby Parker Loaf Cake 25c

meeting at the church Monday Poppy Mae RUHha; Rehabilitation die If I didn't see one ambling Auxiliary of the Presbyterian I J. C. Penney merchant prince
with Mrs. W. a. Haile President Violet Crosby down the middle of Call Streetone
church meets with Mrs. J. established the colony of
Plans were discussed for a afternoon last week .
E. K.
presiding. Perryman 1 t* Simmons on Madison St. next beautiful homes and apartmentsto
Poppy Sale and also for a bingo Ask Bert Johns If don't believe I Jane ParkerANGEL
acted as secretary In the absenceof you -
Tuesday evening at 8:00: o'clock. contribute to the security of Baltimore Bar 45c
the regular officer. party to be given next fall. me Nice to see Henry All members are asked to be hundreds" of retired" ministers FOOD Lady -
Mrs. J. M. Hembree had charge : Refreshments were" served following Godwin back at his old stamping
present as this is the last meetingFor I Religious papers of the nntlon
the business meeting. ground In the Starke office
of the. devotional, land Mrs Doris post
McIntosh was in charge of the Sorry to see that Florida the summer.* are Riving considerable publicityto Ring Cake

Plastics has shut the Idea and the campaign Nut 39c
program. Barefoot Home up shop Maple Layer -
Haven't been" able to catch Mari Bridge LuncheonMrs. I has already brought in oontractd .
Scene Of BuffetA :totaling 100000. More than 2.000 .- >
on Faulk to get all the details 65c
Class Plans PicnicThe Edward Burns hostess Inquires have been received'by ''
was ,
but she's 19c
guess planning to sever Sugared Colden; Pound 23c;
buffet In honor of the Christian Herald.A .
supper to the Wednesday Morning
connections with Starke for hearshe's
Friendship" class of the Miss Madeline Kennedy of Key. Bridge Club at her home on Madison single person of BO years may Jane Parker

Presbyterian church will have stone Heights who Is enteringnurse's Business resigned& Professional as president Women of the Street on July 13 at 10.30.Pink : Jane Parker Jelly Roll 37cli Lady Fingers 33c
Its monthly picnic at the cot. at Riverside Hospital Potato Chipst
And speaking" of the B & P and White gladioli were Funeral Sunday
tage of Mrs Mary Angle Merritt Ib. loaf :\lar"1 l'lb.' Loaf
In Jacksonville was given used tastefully In decoration.Mrs. Pound Can (
W That Chinese Garden Par
on Kingsley Lake Friday evening. Wednesday night by Miss Sara ty they're planning for August 3 T. H.1 Slade winner of For Wallace Mills; I Home Style Bread ISc Sandwich Loaf ISc

Barefoot and Mrs. Juanita Phillipsat high prize, received Helena Ru- 79c _
should be quite an affair Burial At Dedan
Library Open HouseThe their home on Washington St. Hear that Lillian Davis, Delia bensteln cologne, and Mrs. L. D.

The living room and dining Rosc-nberg, Pat Lambe. Anna Vlnlng. second prize-winner was Wallace Mills, 67 died Friday

public Is cordially Invitedto room, were decorated with a profusion James Loyree Hartmann and given a beautiful hand-embroid night in a Jacksonville convalescent 25 Ibs. 1.39
Open House at the Bradford of summer flowers. A delightful ered,, handkerchief.The lona ,
Betty Ingram will be among\ those home after a long illness. He
High! School Library on Friday. social hour followed the
serving In colorful Chinese costumes delightful meeting wnJ was a native of Bradford County. Ann !PageKetchup fruitsVegetables
July 22 from 10:00: a.m.-llOI: meal.
coolie coats and all concluded when the hostess serveda and had made his home in Jack. 18c fesh
p.m. Guests were Mrs. Autrey Vance, sonville for the 30 He 14 oz. -
Certainly sounds Interesting delicious luncheon to the three past years.
Mrs. William Shockley, Mrs. Harry member of the
tables of players.Monday was a Baptist
i I I Eby Mrs. Henry Godwin, MiB4 Hear that Marian Long won the Church. lona Tomatoes, No. 2 can 2 for 27c
Cella Mrs. Mike Funder-
coveted Jackpot prize at St. Ed.ward's Will End Survivors Include his widow.
burk, Minn Cornelia Knight\ and Ann I'agePeanut
CHAMBRAYAnd on July 9th a com Mrs. Mae Mills\ ; three sisters Mrs.
Mrs. Virginia Nelson. These ladies plete set of aluminum kitchen- Jobless Veterans' B. H. Hardin Jacksonville. Mrs. Bqtter, 1 lb. jar 35c Large CubanAvocados
are from the Girls Coop in
ware Looks like Gene can 52.20 Club Carrie Ingramn, Starke Mrs. Annie
Keystone Heights. 2 for 25c
PRINTS expect a lot of good cooking from Lewis Brooker; three brothers White House Milk 34c -

hero out! Don't forget to save Barring a legislative" miracle, I Robert W. Mills. St. Augustine 3 Tall or 6 Small

your Duz & Ivory Flakes box tops the "52-20 Club" for jobless veterans J. B. Mills Green Cove Calif. Sunklst 433'

1 IsBac and Camay soap wrappers for the will go out of business In avery Springs and H. 1 K. Mills, St. Au DEXO 3 lb. can 79c Lemons doz. 33c
D Junior Woman's Club Turn few days.Chairman gustlne ,

them In to Lillian .
Rankin (D-Mlst.) an Funeral services were held at
i I1111 i1 Ki I IIjl They're collecting the premium | flounced Washington this week :2 p.m. Sunday in thp chapel of Calif. White KOM% Washed

STARKE FLA.Snn. to help furnish the Woman's Cl'ib i I that his House Veterans Commit. Key-McCabe Funeral Home in Potatoes 5 Ibs. 25c
1 -
1 1 Ijl ;II pI lfnreoo,1 nationwide public. | tee plans no action to keep alive Jacksonville with Rev. P. Y Howard ? ?
gsrwl ity for Starkel! Hear that I /
the Federal payments that currently officiating.Nephe'tVs
I i Mun. Tiles. July 2120CRISSCROSS I
Editor Coffey of the "Progressive !, are going to snore" than of the deceased who 4 : .1 Loose. or In CartonsTomatoes

Farmer" arrived here Sunday [noO.OOO unemployed ex-servicemen served as pall bearers Rex I 2 Ibs. 19c
1 1 afternoon to Interview Doyle Conner I i were: -
(National President of Future Karelin. Ovid Lewis Hugh\ Slice, \.rt. v
\ I39c Hurt LiutraMer Yvonnn lie' I In the absence" of Congressionalaction Harold Mills. Claude
farmers of America) for an
rngram'j Cold Cuts lb. 49c California
the GI Bill of -
'arlo Rights provision and Mills. ,
article In his magazine Doyle Sidney \
AND Plus Short SubjectaSYed. met hit plane In Jacksonville under which Jobless World Interment was In Dedan "i,\ Seedless Grapes, lb. 29c
War it veterans" draw $20 cheeks Lean AllMeatBeef .
about 1:30: Add vacationers: tery near Brooker, "SiiMT KUht"

UPPER Tliiim. July 27-28 Martha Smith and daughter DI. for up to 52 weeks expire" for Boneless STEW lb. 59c .
most ex-servicemen on July 2.'. I ( if. LargeDuarte
ana last week for
DOUULF. FKATIIHKFrontiers: Washington /!:
: YARD D. C. Charlie Lou & The possibility of Senate action "Miiper Klgtit" Heavy Western Plums, lb. 19c

! i of '49 Lonnle VuHng leaving over the this week seems .slim and even if II For the first time Beef ROUND STEAK Ib. 69c
; weekend for North Carolina I the Senate should act. .' the IPIM-| .. ,
It I I Ration would have to clear Rankin's t
Wild lUll Klllnt: 'I REAL "'Iu.'r. ICitth' Heavy \\...tc'rll
Kolln': !Smith committee" to get to
(Mrs. lIo"Ihafl!! )
ALSO OTHER AnilDaniel a whopper of a fish story to tell House floor. Rankin has made It IlEI.UXITUHEO: :; Beef CHUCK ROAST, lb. 45c

this week" Stems that Tuesday clear! that that won't happen, "
Boon t ,back !Sprat llru.l.-.t !Sliced
of 'lust week she went angling He argued that the .12-21) Club AT SENSATIONAL

I YARD COODS; AND With fleorice O'llrlen" In the Nassau River between Jacksonville wan created by Congress solely LOW PRICKS Breakfast Bacon, 1 Ib. cello 40c

and Fernandina and with. to tide servicemen over during I II i

in three" hours caught 40 fish1!!I their period of readjustment to i I Jack Sprat| Tender Smoked
Frl. Silt. 211 80 I
July -
1 Her brother caught two thatweighed civilian life It was never Intend Shankless PICNIC HAMS lb. 40c "'
more" than' 13 pound 'ed as a permanent form of unemployment *

Mont of the catch consisted of Insurance he added. Armour StarSkinless

TRIMMINGS'S Quest white trout or red bass and Eohn :I I While the 32-20 Club ,was In FRANKS lb. pkg. 49c
says she got "plumb tired" Philco 793tirratent -
effect more than 8.600.,OOO of the
Tom .Vrnl >V (.ar...>> :MulhnuiAN 'em In Hear that pUllin'1 15 million \\'orldVa r II veterans ;

,. man e-Calh.tr..tt'r, and Peaches
drew one or more ('h..cks.lor.!
RANGER Bradford legislator and Senate I I than 1133.000 men have exhausted refrigerator valuexer l 1 Ib. roll 35cGROUND

rending clerk) Is being boomed" by,, offered tinl l lunest .
their eligibility\ under the act < ( ill price .....h tAUn
DRY GOODS Legislative friends for the jub of Payments to date exceed" $3. South
-30 prt. Increase In shelf capacity Carolina Elberta
RenegadesJimmy chief game warden In the second 871.000,000. BEEF 43cMedium
congressional> district . full 7.2 ru. It. for -

117 West Call Street Wakely Starke ..t.irag<> of rimil all In the Headless SHRIMP, lb. 39c 2 Ibs. 29c
.. I Jersey Dairy
Starke Fla. Serial & ('on.. ..Iy !Saw ro tniaitier, Slump' down 1I..at fluor space i of a "I"! -

town Monday and he was all pepped Resumes Operation Ural deluxe feature I ..II- Quick Frozen

-- --- -- up about a proposed business With New Equipment Width Frozen Storage' Compartment Red Perch FILLETS lb. 33c Nutley Oleo. lb. 19c

trip to New York that he war, I II p New nMU-loiiH| Cold. -

BH j, foing to make the next day .I After a lapse of almost a year Storage Tray Splf-('losing. Tide

Then Tuesday saw Evelyn and' tho Starke Jersey Dairy owned Door latch (.las..-('..\.C'rt'd voufit "II..iL'V I Ifr..iIl'Teu? For. Jfeft-! Large 27c

and operated by Rudy Newsom. .
Pelican Club discovered that her dad had, de- ONp-r SraliNl Power I'nlt.
recently commenced" Large 27c
operation.The -
I Tided (tat about 6:30: a. m., with dairy produces Grade "A" 7.2 ..... ft. capacity) ; 11 H<|. ft. Tit MANT WHO Mlllt ear cur

plane reservations for 9) not to milk and chocolate milk, for re' shelf area, 3 Ice Truyn 37 I-M" a SAVE UP TO 15 c Ivory Soap bar 14c
High ay HI 3 :Ml. from StarUion Klnicdey Lake Emil :i ;go' Way I understand It. he '1 tail sale In Starke and vicinity high 26 3.8" deep 2.1" wide. Ig.

P- Most Modern Nile Spot In North Florida J'opened one eye, told the folks he About 100 gallons of milk a day "r ON A FOUND lo11a$6

Hall wasn't going and turned over i Is produced from -10 head.! The 'a.MwN.r.1J-gA..nN oz. can
| $2.00 Per Couple Minimum Charge In Private Koornj 232.50
outfit has a Guernsey and Drnhi Juice 23c
I and went back to sleep! Hazel -
After 6 P. M. Daily
1 i man bull and about 20 head of Nectar Tea lb. 95c
'OUR SPECIALTY: : Old Fashioned Pit Har-H-Q( . Hitch back at the Charley E. 1 yearling heifers Ann I Pajre SaladDressing

| Cooked Over Oak & Hickory Wood Pork Ribs Johns Agency after a swellegant Prior to re-opening the dairy I Our Own Tea Ib. 91c
Reef Pork ?Ham Take Some Home I vacation Says they took In I i plant was overhauled and the following C. H. NasworthyGeneral i .4- qt. -

I CHICKEN IN THE: BASKET SIZZLIMi STEAKS( everything Washington, n. C. new equipment installed: ,r i3.4 TEA

SHRIMP: FRIED GOLDEN DROWN II among other places and her son. I bottler bottle washer, and a ho-

RED SNAPPER STEAK Broiled With Lemon & Franklin was fascinated by all mogenizer. All milk la pasteurized Supplies I u BAGS
I the activity In the congressional(I The dairy Is under the regular NECTAR

Butter Sauce building Glad to know that Inspection of both state and city / 100 79c
.-owra -
I PRIVATE PARTIES OUR SPECIALTY: "Uncle" Arch Thomas got back !I health officials. 131 E. Call St. ,

Open Sundays!' II A. M. Till 9:00: P. M. home from Riverside Hospital Starke Jersey Dairy wu formerly I ;4,,1 OUR OWN4S

Try Our Food No Beer On Sundays I Tuesday, and kinda expert to see ''I operated by the present own. Phone 19S Starke.! Fla. i. .. 30c!

I him tack around the courthouse'I er's fath..r.V H. Newsom. who ...

- - I next week Hope so, anyway recently took a trip to California. I. .. ., ... ,
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, The B. D. Hague family or f Mr. and Mrs. Drayton Colley Morris Williams! Is vacationingthis Friends will regret to learn of ANNUAL IIOMFCOMINO; :
: Hope Baptist Church Theresaaon
Alachua are occupying their nice and daughter Linda, of \VMlllngton week in Waycro, Ga. with the death Wednesday of Mrs. C. AT HOPE CIIIKCII at
home on the north aide of Kings D. C. were recent guests of his parents Sunday. July 31. Everyone l Ia
S. Hughs In Des Mains la. Mrs
ley Lake for the summer. his mother. Mrs. Laura Colley. John Fleming of Bushnell was The annual Homecoming that Invited to attend.C.. Sulllvarv I
Hughs Is sister of Mrs. J.
Mr. andiI's.] Howe Mordock of ]Mrs.\ T. E. Herndo-.l of Valdosta a Sunday visitor of ]Mrs. Thelma a B. was postponed will be held at church clerk.

Miami are occupying the Dell cot Ga. Is visiting her slsl..rs11's.: Thomas. Dixon wife of the pastor of the

IN THE NEWS tage at Kingnley Lake. Mrs. S. Hazel Simmons Ritch and ]Mrs ]Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Starke Christian Church. Her r. v ..., '11"...I ".s. .?

T. Dell and daughter are with M. R. Judd this week Miss Sarah Barefoot and Mrs. home was in Miami and at the

........-" "' '16J '1 v ,," them ]Mrs J. T. Pollard and
daughter Taunlta and children
Phillips spent time of her death she was visiting

J :Mr. and :Mrs. George Miller's week Mrs.In Waycrons C. H. Quick, Ga. spent where last she Tommy flames was the houseguest Janelle, left Wednesday to visit Sunday In Sanderson attendingthe relatives. Funeral services will be I Biggest Dress Savings

son, Jack returned yesterday after visited her son-in-law and daughter I of Butch Smith at his cot. Mr. Pollard's parents in Acker. family birthday dinner of W held In Wllllston.
: a three week's visit with his toga on Klngsley Lake last weekend man, Miss, for a month. F. Barefoot.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones.
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon
and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Ritch'a sill'
uncle Jimmy Rltch, Mrs. Gruce ]Mr. and Mrs. Red Alvarez
I. P. Shepherd Jr. In Newnan, Ga Mrs. J. A. McIntyre and children MlHfl Frankie Morgan who Is son, Is spending the summer with J. C. Wynn are enjoying a week'i of Orlando stopped here briefly I IN STARKEBarksdale's

I Friends will be glad to hear Billy and Ouralne, returned In Nurses Training in Gainesville his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ,, fishing trip at Backwater. Wednesday with Mrs.' McLendon's

I that V. H. Howard Is back at with last week Mrs. from Mclntyre's a ten day's mother-in-visit ], spent the weekend with her parents J. H. Bitch at their home en'' Friends of Miss Cornelia Knight' parents, Mr. and Mrs K. S. Mat !

, been Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Morgan. Klngsley Late
work after having for the will be Interested to know that thews.. their
law In Auburndule. They were on way
peat four weeks In Riverside Hospital t Mr. and Mrs. William Norrh Paula Glllen daughter of Mr. she has returned to her home IP to visit their daughter Jeanette
I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Pickard of
In Jacksonville. Green had as guests last weekend her and Mrs. Hal P. Glllen, Is visiting Keystone Heights after enjoyinga who is In Camp Mount ]Mitchell

: While on vacation, Mr. and Cove Springs were visit son-ln-law and daughter Mr. and her uncle and aunt. Mr. and three week's vacation. In Boston N. C. From there they will visit

Mrs. Fred F. Stump visited EuHtiu ing friends in Starke Saturday. Mrs. Cecil Price of Quincy. Mrs Ed. Cole In Jacksonvillethis Mass with her brother and.l relatives in Tennessee before returning It I-

and Daytona Beach. Miss June Hall accompaniedby Mr. and Mrs..Joe Arnold haveas :week sisterinlaw.The home.

Mrs. Bertha Pearce returnedlast friends motored to Tampa, their guests for the mummer Mrs. W. P. Knight of Madison many friends, of Rev. W Judge and' Mrs. E. Ferryman

week after a week's visit St. Petersburg and Pass-a-Grllle Mrs. Arnold's nl3ter-ln-Iaw, Mrs. arrived today to spend several J. Churchwell, former pn tor of spent Wednesday In Pensncolt

with her sister, Mrs. T. J. Thomas Sunday. Jack Sidney and her daughter. days ,with Mrs. W. J. EppersonSr. the Methodist church here will where the Judge attended a Florida BUY ONE DRESS *

In Valdosta Ga. On her return Mr. and Mrs Burt Price of Marcia Ann, of Baltimore. Md. and Mr. and ]Mrs George An regret to know that he In still County Judge Convention. Mrs t

trip Mrs. Pearce visited another Winter Park on their way to The Arnolds and their guests leave! derson. very 111 at St Luke's Hospital L. A. Davis' accompanied them i iI

sister Mrs. G. V. Phillips, in Fort Jackson, Miss with their Sunday for B five-day vacation i Friends. will be glad to know In Jacksonville.Mr. as far as DcFunluk Springs stopping at REGULAR PRICE

Lake City. son. Cliff spent the weekend with at Daytona Beach. I that O. L. fiensley. Is buck at his and ]Mrs N. D. Wainwrlght( ( over there to visit Mrs B.: t

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cottrell returned RBV. and Mrs. L. D. Haines and Friends will bp sorry to hear- home now after upending sometime and A. F. Sauls were business. J. Brown, Jr. .
family. that Mrs. Harley F. Strong Is 111 PAY $X MORE !
Friday after a two weeks I I In Shadycre.st hospital. Mrs.3naaley's visitors in Jacksonville Monday.Knttdy Mrs Amanda Hugglns: of Ellzabethtown -
Miss\ Joann Sllcox.\ daughter of at her home onVat..r Street. mother Mrs. A C. Dur- ;
vacation in the Smokies. On their Struth, son of Mrs. 1C. N. C. is vl..ltinJ11'. : .
way up, they went through Char- Mr. and Mrs, L. B. Silcox, underwent Mr. and Mrs. Mack Jaudon and lIf'n. returned from the hospitalon Struth, Is at Camp Immoknleefor and ]Mrs L Q. Hemingway and I AND GET ANOTHER
teuton. N. C. where they left their a tonsilectomy at Riversidehospital I children of Atlanta were weekend Wednesday. Mrs. Beasley Is I two weeks. He left Saturday relatives this week.\ She" will

granddaughter, Barbara Beck. in Jacksonville Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. happy to have "all her eggs In : July 16. Mr. and Mrs. Struth-.will\ leave ]Monday.Mrs. \[ .
morning; She Is recovering at herlome Jaudon.Mr. one basket" again. \ DRESS j
They vlaMed/ In Waynesvllle N. and ]Mrs. Joe Barvir and attend the traditional Indian Ceremonial J. B. Sapp ]Mr end Mrs. EQUAL VALUE
C. and Gattlenburg, Tenn. They daughter Suz.inniwere. Clyde O. Priest und daughter, program glvf'Jby the Jake Sapp and Mr1 III1lI11': .. .
went through the Cherokee Indian Mrs. E. J. iJciimor's mother Mr. and 1'.11'11.'llItam Norris guestsof Jnnette, and her finance George camp on Sunday July 21. Felix Sapp'! are visiting\ Mr' and!

Reservation and returnedto Mrs. Eva Alien of Cadillac Mich., last with the Jones spent Sunday at Jacksonville Friends will be glad to know Mrs. Victor Berry and family of i i

Starke by way of Augusta Ga. la visiting her daughter this week. NorrlflseR Sunday.while They]Mr.were Barvir Beach visiting the Priest's that Miss Cluir-Jean Mundy Dillon. S. C. Mrs.' Kerry will be

Friends will be nappy to hear Mrs. Allen plans to make her stationed was relatives. Miss Priest stayed overnight laughter/ of Mrs W. B. Mundy. remembered ns the daughter of
that Mrs. Phillip Miller returned home In Jacksonville 1941. at Camp Blandlng In returning home late Mon will return to her home Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Jako !Snpp.' ONE DRESS PLUS $1 1 !
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mills hadas day.
home from
Monday morning Sha- Miss Bonnie Judson who has after undergoing an emergency ]Mr. and ]Mrs Floyd !Stephenson
dycrest hospital where she their weekend guests Mr. and fr"N"ml\klnlC Jt .\lI<'r"U"III': at ShuilycrcHt hospital
pent been visiting; Miss Montle Hutch- / appondoctomy and children of Houston Texas,
four days because of ]Mrs. Frank Rowles of Green Cove Glades l Harrington, St. t'lair St. last .
an Infection.
ear Monday.
Ings for the past month returnedto ire visiting ]Mr. anti Mrs John '
| Springs.Mr. her home In Pensacola this Mr. and Mrs. L. 'O. Hazen and Mr. and Mrs. W G. Hall. had! Chr'stlunson! this week.
Mrs. Bertha Pearce. had as and Mrs. C. W. Pickett their sister-in-law, Mrs. A. E.iIcKinney as Friday I Another Dress i
]Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Godbold visited
guests last weekend her and daughter, Curolann will return week.Mr. will spend the weekend
and Mrs C. J. Barks ale. Mr. and Mrs. W P. Huff and Mr. and Mrs. E. F Cole in
law and daughter, ]Mr. and Mrs. tomorrow after a week's Vacation In Plant City visiting relaIves. -
Mrs. Lula Mott and Mr. and Mrs. daughter/ Ginger of Miami. Mrs. acksonvlllD Saturday and spent
in Miami. Mr. Pickett in Z
W. G. Godwin, of Gainesville. I the Fire Chief. Robert, Barkndale and daughter Huff Is Mrs. Halh-'s nlere. On Sunday at the beach. "__I" ,.__.. '1' _______---..
Bobbie Sue, spent the weekendat Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong Saturday Mr. E. P. Hollls\ of Social .

their place on the lake near spent last Thursday nnd Friday Circle, Ga. was the guestof .

Yes The Tourists' And Transients Like Salt Springs.Mr. In Jacksonville visiting Mrs. H'r.long's the Hall,' .

and Mrs W. C. Powell are brother, C. L. Robinson, Workers of the Primary Di-pnrt-" ('Altl'EN'I'EH'S: : ('.\IU'tNTtU'SlU'NTEn's) : : ; ( ': 1'.1HI'ENTER'SYARDLEY'S' ':

Our Food. visiting Mr and Mrs. Guy Sale who Is ill. ment of the Baptist Sunday School

i Illlt \\c still' have time to cater at their home on Kingsley Lake Mrs. L. F. Smith. Jr. Is ...pendIn met with Mrs. Tom Hnrdlner Tiles

this week. the week in St. Augustine day morning and made plnns for '
to the home! folk"'e appreciate Mrs. Paul Canova and her with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. the Vacation Bible School which R

your business and alwaystry daughters spent Monday In Jack- R. J. Davis. Is to be held the first week in .
sonville. Their cousin Barbara Mrs. Ada Alexander had asher August TIIK: IIEST

to please our friends at home. Ann Spellman, of Jacksonville In guests last Wednesday Mrs. Mrs. OOl'olhy'eavl'r of Bur-,

visiting them this week. C. O. DuPurs and Mrs. Stanley tow spent Wednesday with Mr Spacial P I "I COSMETIt'S" ':

Airs T.f.] Hutchlnga spent and daughter Janette, all of Ala-
and Mrs M. F. Hazen.) I
Still Serving Our Famous Business :Men's Sunday In Jacksonville visitingher Rt'u. $6.95!); t ..ITCERAMI
htm.Mrs. Mrs. C. A. I Knight's mother, Mrs >
daughter, Mrs. R. G. Do son. B. A. Pope daughter: of < ._
LUNCH 50c James Shepard of Jacksonville >, KECUI.AUPKICES;
Mr. and Mrs John Padgett of Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. arrives Flower' Decorated,
Is vl"IUnhere this week.
Tampa are of Mr. and Mrs. from Va. / 1
guests today to ,
GUIDON GRILLGEO. I Mr. and Mrs. FranK Woodruff .1.I'nCE: .
J. F. Jaudon this week. Mrs. spend several weeks with her '- _.,.. //
and daughter, Pamela of IVnmi cICA1tErrE: : SET
Padgett and Mrs. Jaudon visited parents at their home on Kings-
KOrKLOl'SOS; in JackHonvllla Tuesday. t Icy LakE>. coin left yesterday after spending 3.95 C

Enjoying a picnic on Sunday at Miss Hazel Fields accompanied! the week with their uncle
Gold Head Branch State Parkas I by her mother, Mrs. J. H Field. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Erni-st" I l.t<|uif)'lnir CleunsinK Creams .St.00

Phone 52-J guests of Mrs. C. E. Beam lewt Wednesday for a ten day's Phillips. I /

l8 Bt.OyDEf SERVICE and ]Mrs. Thelma Thomas were "j vacation In Newton N. C They Mrs Maude Mott had I ns her April Violets! Perfume $2.50FI'agranee

.otiew TH. Sve.a Mrs. Hartmann Mr. and Mrs Dave Penoyer ]Mr. ore returning!! with Miss l<'h.ld'.1 guest her niece, Miss Beverly a-

I and Mrs. Luther Addison ]Mrs. :j uncle and aunt, Mr and ]Mrs. Ann Weldon, of Jacksonville I IJIll' DuslinK Powder 31.50)
/ -
Jennie Penoyer, and Eileen Jt-rnl- George R. Powell who have been and Mrs. T. J. Griffin nml

gan of Jacksonville, and John i i visiting hero for the last week Mrs Carrie Itltrh were the guests.l i
Every Branch of Fleming of Bushnell. I Mrs. Inez 1 Kelly returned. Monday of Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza Cream Shampoo $ 1.fO

]Mr. and Mrs. N. 0 Maxwell I night after an f'xt..nd'd'IRlt with of Jacksonville, Tuesday. 85c Noxema 59c

INSURANCE' had as dinner, guests Tue"day'night. relatives In Illinois. Titus Olson spent Wednesday" Fare Powder $1.110

July 12, Morris Williams ]Miss! Barbara I Keen" WHS tile in Tampa on business.Rev. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome nnd guest of Miss Carolyn Keen In Laurie n. Ray anil his mother I

their daughter, Miss Evelyn New- Green Cove Springs last weekend Mrs t.ula A. Roy of Luke $$1.00Vitalis 91c

some. The occasion was the cele- Roy Ward and Bill Stock left Wales were guests at thw, himn- ,

H. C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE brntlon of Morris1 birthday. Sunday on a business trip to St. of his aunts, Mrs. J.V.. White

I Kenneth R. Kyle of St. Augustine Louis, Mo. Mr. Stock returned and ]Miss Olive Hay last. Monday II'ANA QUALITY

PHONE lab spent the weekend here with Tuesday night while Mr. Ward. afternoon. 50c 47C
his family went to Hot Springs, Ark. for Mr. und Mrs. H. n. Sulllvntwere TOO'I'I11'Is'rl,:

Constant Service Over SO YearsCLASSIFIED- Miss Garnita Hutto. Chase a short stay visiting in Green Cove I Is Our Only Standard In Compounding; Your

Parkrr, Mrs. Shirley \Pullctt: and Mrs. Vida Dyal left Saturday Springs Sunday. On Tuesday Mrs 75cIWON."n 69c

O. P. Hutto wire Stindfy:: 1 guests to visit her daughter Mrs. Lillian Sullivan visited! Mr. and Mrs ( ( :
: .
As V'our Doctor has
__ __ .__ __ Prescription" Exactly
p _._. ____ .__ __ .u. at ]Mirlnetand Studios. Montgomery, In HuMxrllville. Carl Wlmberly In DulnravllleMr.

]\fl'. and Mrj John UII..'I and Ala. She will be there until school and Mrs. T. II. Slnde have | :

Mr. and Mr.. Nelson .1""..* and starts In August.Col. as their guest this week Mrs I II 1.50 lI'\i\\ !:: N11 76c Written. I'IIONi'lit-YOUR: ( !PUKSCIUP-::: (

__ __ __ ._ ___h_ family spent Su.ld.lit; Swind O. W. Griffin and little I Slade's niece, Mllcl.iremJacknon, I ',.\ .
I hike near Keyiii'm. Height fishing daughter Peg of St. Augustinewere of Iluconton. 0... 1'1 O'oi.I.--IM\OIl"\iI,1I1.: "\ (
'on< HAI.B I IBO | rmllcm, phontiKraphH. SM.M.I.: HKUnntiM: for rent Vryi and swlnundi?. guests of Mr. and Mrs Leslie I Mr. and Mrs. W. .1. Wondhnn- ,"
'. n"rt..l>loK I !I'"& up 'r'hng. heap| ,til. working Klrl., I rt'12W loft Thursday, night to upend the I,
Friends + and
he inU'ietited to Biggs family Sunday.
C! Nhrphrrd i l. Kutllo. Neat' Covets l latfayette H''. I lip ,
('uurlladl.un tftH.' tr know that Miss Sharon; Hall:! r-- Mr. and Mrs. L: A. Davis had weekend with his mother, Mrs i

FI.OKIItV SSEI1: ,11I".'."\"* to Ktttt KIO.NT:house;; In t Keystone bedroom'Mi'ivhtK.vHllHl ':iinrurnlnhfd 'l' -. I'turned I to her ham TlleRI.,)' iif- as their guests last weekend Mr. .J. M. Godwin, In Pensacola. CARPENTERS THE REXA L STORE
,\ .>l.. July 23. sue: )'. ISi -:. '1'err spending/ five day In ha" '- Davis' nephew Howard Davis his Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and daughter.
:2-. 4-1..11.. 11-"..-.k*...rriwlrraI'hona .II.. "uni|>. in hhel. ry. I 1ti.> !i i crest. Ilospjtol with an ear In foe1 wife and little son, Howard, Jr.. Miss Kucllln Mitchell, and On the Minit} Service'hone fil Slnrke, Fla.T .

13, t>r Wrtr0 tot: iKU'f KK:' 101C HE::II WAN'I'EU-White,I tion.i of Klngslund, Ga. Mrs. J. I... Simmons und sister,
HMTTUcclcnny : ndddiengrd' l, good rookvaahina, .
1 \ m ( Mrs. Clyde Bailey Thurs-' I
:\. Fla. a-IlflyrSELL Hiitl hnvlnir rare of 4 months nM I I Mrs? Ella Bussey returned I Mrs. Carrie Ingram was in spent
hens a-hi 11"? ,pfirintif work $Ji> per' Sunday after visiting 1\11"'J. Jrady I Jacksonville last weekend attending lay[ In Jacksonville. I ., ------------------------------------------------" "
mouth, Uooni und l IJoanl. A .1. I ----------------1
YOUR TIMBER VarliM., Jiju Inwood Tnrrar Hill In Atlanta, Ga. for the past I the funeral of her brother. Friends of little Kay 1I.Ht.I.
NOW .liii-kmiiwllla, 7, Flu. It I' month. i II I W F Mills. daughter of Mr. and Airs W II | : 1

I (Hart, will be Interested In knowIng I I :
Highest Cash Prices Paid I F"\'I." : Nauman "pen aware. 2-Piece Living Room Suits f
mar hat.by Idonlifylna' ..ud I'I'yIna -. that she Is. Improving after ,,
rnr 11'1. nil. Lea. ) WIInt.a.
time In
spending some Shadycreslhospital
WILL BUY < lip

OR I IN UNIT "".ItIHHY: !I'I\ST.. r..? -u, THEATRE with virus pneumonia, 1
Nee ""I.rr"p.1. II.o\Ynl". uubti, II Mrs.. Leila Mae Weeks. Mrs\ I Regular $7It.11'i.50 \t!;.: :-\U: :
EDWIN W. PECKOr nil' I.IIk,. 1iII..r hl"hwII' Itl 1. STARKESaturday W .f. Kpperson and Mr. CJeorife t. \ tHigh
John W. TurnerP. 1-4." I 1'3 III I' Anderson spent Wednesday, in..> I I'HlC:": :

O. Box 463 JO ,"'H''!i., dolt'.\lC)1.I.....-TiMim.. I'ri."liiiiiKulowwit' > ..$211111Idrratrd July 1, 23 | Sun.- Moil. July 21 3.1luri. Jacksonville Lex. Green local Buick dealer Chairs '" ;; :if+' .: 9 'y" '- ; .'. t
.. 1.
il I
Gainesville Fla. h'IW.* PrnukMi "M JtJ.w1: }
fiHrttf, the Hard Ktvll IKUIH.K FKATl'HKTHE ; : was in Atlanta Tuesday for the ( ; ., '\J' I'' ,: .
!: ncur "I'I 1 i ipreview ,. ... 89 50
,. ... 01,65,4 ., FI' .: Wi.I' .
I t|let flinii'h.. :MrIX'xhlit I II w.: \ .I J ;
\ .
the Buick ..
of Spervdmodel ,
) .: .
Send me a postcard and I I Prescott on the place 7-22 2t 1 WIDMARK .. \ In :.. _
will see I .' r which will he Introduced" ]', .t..',"I"J. ::qt,': A, J i ikt'
come you. :
lull ANTKM: .. labor ruromiin. unfitim S / aRRYYMDAf next month The Special, Is liulrk's I Ilow..t.prlced 1 Regr 139.50 Value
j Ii ("TnilMri, .tiinfl handllnic In bar reap .it maw ..- / model and has beencompletely n'r :
.Flt.tt lEFT BKFOHB 11,00 I*. M. *m Mil klmla fjf farina H I p.esstocKwm. si 4'Y .
Frauu :
NaA ot N..t..1
., M..et\/veil.. : .l.n. Itrnokrr. Fin lip s
.na" t'i' 11M' p. | CISCO KID"\\ e redesigned .
all lI:It''t .IPT '''101'. tr _:.tJo" :< I' 0... .1..1 l tank. Aimul' I Friend of Mrs. Effle John ... ,.jr: 4 I, lI"r'I".I.1.' :\1... 'raprrtry. j ji

ft lonaby 4S .In. In diam WhllfH will be to know that she I I" Is it.
FOR RKNT: am store bldic" neat 1k """e't/alianf glad i J ('avers. :
hiway J T / "wnrd' for return to Duttmpr'ilift ; NNe ," .
t'.1..i'i': : \ >n. 42111BL'WANNER Hh-iii I ll II''IIH | C .. en Improving after Injuries sustained! 1
from a recent full She wishes I : :'OowFFOIW()( ;

:MARKET: :: Auction POI'NTY sale I.IVF."TOCK each W dow".1 Slurk 14\1.1 -at riiillillnK r..,...oiiHhlc tole., "Hi prifcKH I "ltji.f Hombre", to t thank all her friends and rrla. 11 __'- THAT( N"WlIln; :: : .:

A operated toy J. l P Culfin. .1.I l P"wllnw.. 637 W "i-ull StI'hnnr Duncan ReneW""o: ;' too Grrd10n I lives' for the many kindnesses
Jr., Ph. 211\1.: I.lv Oak, Fla. i-t t 11.1.I Itt eoI' W Me..a.O.atM shown to her- -especially Rev Dixon i' t

""IIf:.."' )'" KISO.TFn.'flslf.: I r.kw r..ae..i...11a... and wife and Mrs. 10'. W Hemingway Beautiful SOFA BEDS :
n.ASTK I.KTTKIUNll lUmlvi". Harrlnnton. HI '"lair N'. 'I'
with your >mm"; door plural: lip : ,
a"v"\I.III', > plates: Orr. iMnnMinir > ''Idai.e C'has. S. Partln Principal of j l 11.110Value!,
: TliiKtlc. Works, Mfrk: HELP WANT IJ ste- I Amiliwedfed- 'u.a ( h'auing" .r- tr t
Fla.. a 4t '-5* FEMAUK: : ('arllan and NI Ms'I Bradford High School, was recently y w .H.MJr: :
nosrapher good typist general
P.NB. .. hutt-h.adsd t1 honored by being InitiatedInto ., :
work. Attractive salary I 1'1(11.:
: I office
I'I ; with paint onhips. %%i-.I. July 2H > XI Phi Delta I Kappa, profeaalnn- .
only lilontlflrallnn' Krixmhlfr I for qualified party.Ameri Sb0'spa's/e.ross
;al education. fraternity for ment
can *
li rrturn. Will r warfl flnn 'I I ( ckf'redt the University of Florida.
for return I>. E. Knight.: er, Fla. Phone Gainesville 4702.It 11. M"rgsn tirey Mr and M.... 1. T. Quigley Sale Price 5.75
6/Ypl trr'Y Slake. Into .i
Foil H.AI.IO: <'..nool.l rH I.h..n".al.h. Can b"! seen at II. L. I Whit. I II /1
r" A Scott have returned from Saturday: Only Mir Bed
-\ ....* A Sinn; Warehouse on Jut. Full N11.h: Nrwoaland i irabbit I ( fnril ('still,
hlKhway. Phone HI06. tf I *, t dn.e I hark i I4 frysr', I Ii riui News I '.nuil TxMlge. the, Quigley's, summer -
< Will ell very rra.-
i smiill ones .
IAN -- I white ..nW. wi. shout' J..I> I nahlo. r'larcncn, Mxllun, ,, H.''X home at llendrr-wjnvllle, N I. .
Ih*. Notify N Ntarke 1t..1 '7.U 2'lFitR ,. Tliur-. frt. July 2a 'it COFFEE TABLES
IJ,,' HiU'MH: .Foil IlK.N"'I! ,Kim: While. there Kdnn and LeonarJ BOUDOIR LAMPS
RENT -.oom "nr.If" apttlies lrllty A rood writ, on. highway tieW cnuwnt gave special musical number'. at
A h Kl..rtrlcr. sit month' Whit only Rr-
tov at. Prr
t.lot..to.. ;\Ira..t. !. Wmmonn.ZI4 f.r.nre required. Writ' 11' K. hCTUIIJfrnntl WALK A the Youth. for Christ meeting, on Sale Price 9.95 :
\MIUnn: urn ,fhanillnr ID tlouth: Main Mumtrr, I Saturday nights and, also In Only 3.9O Per Set
MY Ta ILL MOUMR for r.nt. Furnlnhnl. H. e. It F', r church on Sundays and a brood-, You Would Think! They Were :
'I..t of Au.Ust. Adiiltf WANTED }-room apartment or CROOKED I MIL it over Station WHKP.( Hen- ((2 Lamps Considered ,\ Set) :
nnlr ;Mm. I.. A. KennoM", ins 4 f.r ft room "0""*. unfurnished, r derxonvllle. !'! afternoon on I SIS.OO Table
It1.lilt .
g Walnut 8t Most ho clean.. Will bur or rrnt. ,
'Writ. Bo" /JI-2. Itp the young people's hour Mr Quiff-i i
>4.I.!I.": strawh>rrr plsnt0Prte. Starring '
., Norman. ley was guest speaker at Faith i
I. .ht. ltoh rt "'ult ItKNT: One -r..m apartnint ka
out 1t t.. m*. f-I KtarkllMlford.,. 114-' ". srorlc dirt. I cowl ml. niaku:; a two nice; J-roomn.broom ant or would Furnt Tom CONWAY Tabernacle Church Henderson-. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN D 011.; TTK AT !

liP ..nd. 202 N. Cherry". Mr. Kin- t* vllle. one Sunday while away
,,.y. : rt 2tp Steve BRODIE Mrs. ft C Wall and children
Jo olt UIT: -- 11..h..d i apwrimfnlwith
nrlvatr hf1 h. Vint, flu..r.A4ilt e'! ,H HK.NT: 4-room ....".... lurnixhod ttS spent the weekend with Mr. and | Denmark Furniture Co.PHONE
,! ,. only. 111 N. Cherry "t. HP Haa refrigerator. ass ... I'lim "Taln't S.", Titln't Triw"C' \j( Mrs. Junlus Smith and familyat !
lMtrlrlty. A''rns. hlabway fr' m
APA tC'rH'oIT": Foil. KKJ.T:: : 1 tmant. Nil Owl. C. Lt>tiK'b. ItpOB 'apt'"tn an.1 serial' "n..tman their place on Klngnlejr Lake ,I II
.and small. on. with gas scare, ffiSS 1O I Mrs I.. A Davis spent MondayIn 151 STAKKE, FL.A. Z t
hmt.. Hot A cold water. ;'}
Ire how.w. \ t.. rrMuls..u.r .. bed Af.KtH. !M. Rh".n.awb rry 4 ml.plant nut nn and ",.bl,," Eli la" r. s Olimtee meeting with the State t
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H' MO.; 10. n. John I .
Wa.hlMit.in xt, It I state Farm Highway. llp7-2 Park Board members !I k------------ --------111"I" ..,..

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relatively more accidents due to are back to normal now. Two of badly burned several weeks ago and faith such as these member.

stepping on or striking against his students, Doyle and Glenn is much better.T. have. At present church servicesare
objects than,! any other age group. Conner are outstanding in the F. B. Taylor was In Jacksonvilleon PINE LEVEL LAKE GENEVA being held here In Lake Ge-
the 14-21-year-olds exceeded P. A. .
Similarly. organization.Dick
business and
Friday in
was neva in a tent.
Mr II. M. McRae
DIARY all other groups in accidents Is not doing much farmIng Gainesville Monday on business. Ily By Blanche Cunningham

due to motor vehicles and now. Has some sweet potatoesand Mrs. O. E. McQauley and two.. )florid. Circuit!.C.Ck ur... Dradtor. C...lr.
Uy SamlcGarvey: those due to burns and shock. The Home strawberries' Mrs. daughters, Miss W. McGauley. and This community was saddened Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Finley were ':.| H.... 25-44 year group exceeded others Ferguson Is i the farmer In the Mrs. Connie Holstein of Palatka lost Saturday morning to hear of Lake City callers\ Monday. F Tloed Iiefenrtant. rum No 7.15(1.'! >
The author it III Iw glad to rprolvp In accidents Involving machineryand family now. His best advice is-- visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green the death of Joseph E. Starling Bert Busbee of Silver Springs Order .f Publication to Appear mm* IV.U.
ltma. of Intercut oonrcrnInj tools while the 43-to-6l at In Starke STATE I OP FLORIDA '..
hand "walch your neighbors-get their Sunday. Shadycrest Hospital spent several days here with Mrs. ,, ,
Harold K flreI, wh"" rtflldt'itcf' Irtit
; the artUMIoH II' fannm 'In year-olds had relatively more accidents opinionsthey're" smart'. Thinksstrawberries Mrs. Stella demons of Miami Friday night. Mr. Starling had not Ida Gentry and daughter Lillian ? Tendon Hlv<1.. Hernnntvfirl, :X: Y .

Bradford CVninty." SiintfrMlim may from handling objects such are best crop for this I visited friends Saturday morn been very well for several months He Is Mrs. Gentry's son-in-law. July Tou I 18.are 194*required*. In th. to Htmtw appear tittin on....
bt left at the Trli-ifraiih. offltv or as heavy equipment. The over 63 section and that enough are not I but didn't give up until Friday Mrs. Blanche Cunningham and Court and cause, wherein plaintiff

j'lL ? mullml to Sam' McGarvry; Lawtey, group were most liable to falls grown. It la a big booster fot ing.Miss Madeline Green of Jacksonville morning when he was suddenly sons were Jacksonville callers Telegraph neck divorce..shall publish Hrndford tide County Order

I rlnrlila. .. and also to accidents Involving permanent pastures, particularlyclover visited her parents. Mr. and I taken 111. He was a life-long resident Saturday night. in next four weekly IBBUOS.
I animals, which apparently and best of this community and will Mrs. T. M. Finley and Mrs. Witness my hand and officialIleai .
.. presented carpet grass. Says Mrs. Dave Green, last weekend. at Ntarke Vlurldu. this Jut...
lUG EVENT of the week was neighbor. J. S. "Jule" Eunice, who a greater hazard to older way he knows to feed cattle (or E. J. Lewis visited his sister be greatly missed by his many Leonard Hamm and daughter IK. l'145.OFFICIAL.
SEAL> A. 3. .
arrival of brand-new ;Incklently, has the reputation of people. hogs) on small area. Because this Mrs. Mack Hunter and family last friends He was a member of the spent Friday and Saturday in ( A. Clerk of said't'hnmo.Court.
the a j being one of the best winter-crop As we all know, the answer Is region is low In organic matter. weekend. Mrs. E. J. Lewis and Pine Level Baptist Church. Jacksonville.Mrs. By Jon.haven Crosby. D. C.
tractor. After Instructions on farmers around these parts. Jule very simple. You can't be too he Is opposed to "burning off". children joined them Sunday.We Miss Hazel' Crawford of Hell- J. Bently spent the past Jacksonville K. Pklppor, Fla.221 Atty nratmm for fit.TOdff.

operation and maintenance, could- said he and Troy Bennett are careful around a farm. If you Beat time to castrate pigs Is early are sorry to report that bronn Springs was a dinner guestof week with her daughter in Green 6-17 4t '.8

n't wait to get into our back field planning to raise a lot of cabbage don't believe it, stop in at any morning In dry weather. Says future Oscar Rimes a former rt'sldentthis Miss Gwendolyn McRae Sunday.Mr. Cove Springs.

and try it out with Bush and this fall.\ More about Jula doctor's office during visiting for farming 'In Bradford of town. died July 16. He : and Mrs. Willie Lewis of Miss Lillian Gentry was a recent

the later as he probably can give us hours and see the farmers who County Is best in the country. and his son were residing with Plant City were visiting Mr. and visitor in Silver Springs.
Tr.ls field
Bog: larrow. by some good tips on raising winter were victims of accidents. Reasons: small Investment needed, his two daughters In Frederick.Md. Mrs. H. H. Lewis Thursday and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Forsythewere

way, had grown up wild despite crops. and fact that you can live off Funeral services were held Friday of last week and attended Starke business callers TUPSMrs. -
efforts with mule and plow. The II 055 ADOLPII'S FISH I'ONI farm the year round. Certainly there Mondnv.. church here Sunday. dav.' (FLOOR]!

manner in which that tractor FARM: SAFETYKKK Had an interesting talk with enjoyed meeting and talking to Everyone-Is invited to attend! I Mrs. B. M. McRae and littlJ Sue Myrlck( spent the sanding]

bulled its way through that young Read that County Agents, ..-il Adolph pay, when stopping in the KergiiHona. the Primitive Baptist, Big MeetIng I I son Harley were visiting Mr. and I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. R.
0S at Rock Church. which will Mra N. A. Conner at Midway last Myrick and the McRae's at Pine
forest of ragweed and dog fennel club loaders, rural leaders and for gas! at his station In Starke. ,week.
I I'ut. "Mating; hen on a dozen be held this weekend.
was a sight to well behold. tough It cut old up the staff of the University of 'Seems/: Adolph has had a fishpond turkey eggs this week. And for The Baptist W. M. S. met at I I Mra. Bishop Thomas and children Level.Guests of Mrs. Sue Myrlck
those weeds as as
much cheese. Florida College of Agricultural I excavated and he 'is all our money, the little old hen Is the Community Center, Wednesday of Brooker were dinner Tuesday were Mrs. Mabel Sullivan -
collard roots. so and mule Experiment Station and Agricul- steamed! up about the possibilitieS still the best incubator ever de* July 6 at 3 o'clock for the guests of her parents. Mr. and and Mrs. Dot Sullivan and ALSO PAINTING

Did would work have which taken a two man days to don tural Extension Service are co- of such an undertaking. Adolph signed. No fuss, no bother, no regular monthly social meeting. Mrs. H. H. Lewis Sunday They children of Starke. AND REDECORATING
operating this year in bringing; tells me that he .was out at fumes In also attended church here. Work
about one third the tlme.aiul. I I fact except for a little After an Interesting program, refreshments on the new First Baptist FOR KSTIM.VTE; : WRITE
let the observance of National! Farm Camp Blending/ during the war, feed and' water, you forget about were served by Mrs. Mrs. Sue Myrick of Lake Geneva Church of Keystone Heights Is
ill:! It far Plan to week Safety Week Into all\ rural Florida talking fishing to a sergeant there. her, and next thing you know R. F. Gano and 1.1ra.VlIson'' spent the weekend with Mr. coming along nicely and in the II. P. McKELVEY

field aet idle for about it and a then, homes the week of July 2i-30.:\ The officer took Adolph over to she's done the job and Is proudly Green. Those present were Mrs. and Mra. Robert Myrick. not too distant future Keystone l I'.O. Box 266 '
the heat out of
to get This Farm Safety Week i Is Intended Ion old sand pit filled with water clucking around the barnyard. But J. W Thomas Mrs. Henry Hodge, Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall Mr. Heights will have a church of STAKKK FL.New .
will plant cow peas. to bring to all our attention picked up a grasshopper, and she sure Is going to wonder what Mrs. Otis Barry, Miss Lubedia and Mrs. H. M. McRae and Mrs. which to be proud. Which goes
you me, and all the farmers throw It Into the pond. A fish rose tho heck happened when sne Keel Plnholiter, Mrs. Lottie Edwards Sue Myrick were dinner guests to show that great things can Work, 01.1 Work, And

In Bradford County, the numeroushazards to the surface and gobbled up the those turkey poults! Mrs. R. F. Cano, Mrs. Wilson ,j of Mr. and Mrs. W E. Goodman be accomplished with God as ,ALL Work UUAKANTEED!Itss

on farms and to make bait and to show that It was no .. Green and Mrs. Warren Amend of i of Stalke Sunday. leader. and lots of determination =s-J_.rJ"ssrSSSf.t ras-
us all safety conscious. Occident the sergeant! repeatedthe WHAT will they think of next, Fort Lauderdale. Mr. and Mrs' H. M. McRae

The facts they present are I performance. Adolph saw then Is a common expression whenever REVIVAL TO BEGIN I spent last week In Jacksonvillewith I

Interesting. For example a total 1 nnd there that the idea of a fishpond something new Is brought out. 'We. A week from next Sundiy: our their son-In-law and daughter -

of 388.0f)0) farm accidents, occurcil on his place might supply too. wondered that on reading of Baptist Revival begins. Everyone Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall.
Build with
i In the South last year. Or, puttingit some good sport and some good a fellow out In Iowa who Is breedIng la Invited to attend.! We are it
another way, a resident on one fish. He had about an acre of very chickens without wings. Seems looking forward to one of the John McLeod. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle

out of every seven farms was the low land on his 20-acre place. that a number of years ago he greatest spiritual times we have McLeod, Burton McLeod and son, I
victim of one of these accidents.The which was swampy. and nothingbut started out with a couple of freak ever wltnesaed. Bro Gamble of Mrs. Emory A. Johnson Mrs. Jim

cost of these accidents was a snake pit. So he hired a I: birds which either had no ,wings, Lakeland will be the Evangelist. Marr and children Mr. and Mrs,

1 over $13 million and the time drag-line and a bulldozer and or little stumps, and has since We are rejoicing over our new Jack Roe and children, Mr. and

Had a rather exciting moment lost about 8,000,000( ( days. before long he had his 1-acre fishpond then bred them until now he can piano. It sure is pretty and something Mrs.Davis,Bay Miss Wasdln, Miss Betty

later in week while cutting another Falls (were the leading type of with an average depth of hatch chickens about 95' % wing our church needed. We were and Mrs. Martha Clark Mr. I'
8 feet. He expects to Block Ray Dixon and children
patch of land. At a turn. accident on farms In all regions. It with lest Suppose the ultimate goal glad to welcome Into our church Mr. and I.
about l.ROO/ bluogllls\ and 100 bass. Mrs. Jene McKlnney, Mr. .
will\ be reached when someday a family Mra. Wilson 'Green
lifted the harrow by means of They accounted for a fourth of Charles and Mrs. M. I.i
the hydraulic lift stepped hardon the total of 830,000( farm acci- Says that the pond, if properly I farmer will\ take a visitor out to Kelley and Bobble Dyal. .who children and L.Mrs.McKlnney and ,

the left rear wheel brake and dents in the United State. Accidents fertilized will supply from 400- ,' the hen house and display Its oc were baptised Sunday afternoon. daughter Mattl Elimgen and i
gave the motor plenty of gas. Involving machinery and 600 pounds of fish a year. cupants proudly. "What the heck Carolyn Kelley and Mary Blair Mr. Youngblood I,
In a flash, the tractor was rearIng those Involving animals each accounted Anyone Interested In full details are those?" the visitor will ask. are awaiting baptism. Mrs. Blair nice gifts from the 69 many II I
and bucking like a rodeo horse for about an eighth of of building a fish pond can : "Drumsticks" the farmer will answer come in by letter. We feel that I enjoy this occasion presentto

coming out of a chute. Held on farm accidents for the country get them from County Agent Tom I "Just clrunrmtlcks!" the church la greatly blessed by I with him.

for dear life as a whole. McClane. their coming. Remember .', '
and escaped un- Sunday .
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scratched. Damage: one fencepost Broken down into School each Sunday at 10 o' :Iocl(. -- .
age groups, I _-_ : ::;!:;: =-==
busted one knocked over It was found that each/ group was BROOKER and church at 11:00.: We welcome PHONE 218 .-- -- .
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and some wire torn loose Lesson: peculiarly vulnerable to a particular Why does everyone (well practically everyone to attend. I - -
be more careful In future. type of accident although everyone) want to buyBomethlng Hv ItM Man 1.cit I WIENER' ROAST t; .Jf\"FU: COLONIALFLORIST I

S. falls\ predominated for a1ago\ which is not for sale? Kathern Harrell entertained t

Talkrd rarly in week to my .groups. Persons under 11 hadDon't We have a bull calf, named Pride Mrs. Ernest Edwards visited John Faulkner and her cousin FARROWING HOUSE I

which is Jersey-Black Angus./ Ho'j her parents Mr. and Mrs. \V II. Judy Harrell of St. Petersburgwith for better !

iiiI -- four months old and Is as pretty' Hinton In \\'aldo---_ _SUndAY__._... _offer_n_ Wiener roast July 9. They I pork production I
ns a plctum. Without realizing; noon. enjoyed the evening by playingout I

Bury Your Dead AnimalsFREE It. we've made a pet out of him Mrs. F.. A. door games and roasting :
end have Dupree and daughter I For convenient, efficiency and sanitation build your hog, house
grown an attached to Mrs. Trent wieners and marshmellows. Those : and
and of will
Rogers, Mrs. Elizabeth : CONCRETE BLOCKS. It provide dry warm quarter
PROMPT SANITARY REMOVAL him as It Is possible to bo. Point Is Whitlngton of Gainesville' present were Josey Andl'ews.I I @ : is eoiily!. kept free from parasites.There's sin to fityuureeed, .
thnt whenever anyone sees him. visited Mrs. R. F. Gano Jackie Barry Judy Harrell., Wilbur I ,
they want to buy. We explain that afternoon Sunday Barry, John Faulkner Raymond Phone........ for complete details. W. deliver.

'OF DEAD HORSES, MULES OR CATTLE we're raising: him for. beef lorourR..lvpA Faulkner and Jimmie Rog!: ...
and Mrs. R. K. Dukes and
and they reply! "You'llnever era -

maybe yes and maybe no. At the Sunday afternoon. The new road that leads from ALL OCCASIONSDISH 'c-1-.,. FLOOR. DRAIN' AND R O O TILl 1 I IItEADY
PHONE STARKE 189' price that steak costs, we're sure Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Gano and Brooker! Worthington Springs si- .MIXED CONCRETE AND CEMENT
enough going to eat something son of Gainesville visited :Mr. and has. been completed. It GARDENS
If You Have Difficulty) Call Our Ja\ Office Day, sure helpsthe
that has steaks on It, and R. F. Guno Sunday. people of this
Night or Holidays it looks like Pride., now I Mrs. G., B. Colson and Mrs. ,. lot. Everyone: wishes community to express a POTTERY : :::' MEETS ALL A. S.T.M. SPECIFICATIONSAHI1iS
'S." I Rcssle Coson! were In Gainesville their appreciation to the people POTTED PLANTS
JAX PHONE 45500: : M'K: !MFKT DICK Friday. who nplppd make the road very I Building Supply Inc.

Had a swell visit with V. R. Malcolm Lewli, Wilson Gr.'nand much better FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE

FLORIDA SOAP CORP. "Dick" Ferguson Instructor In Leslie Green were In Starke ie36>10i8 W. Main St., South
Agriculture at Hrndford. High' Saturday.
School.! Learned that Dick has Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nona St Starke iI i GAINESVILLE: FLORIDA
Roberts GRAHAM
been around. this section for over of Starke visited flirt Stokes and I .......r', ,-)r- I P.O.. TJnv' 62 Phone 217.21] .
22 years Seems that he rnnie hereon son Monday. IIv :Mrs. John McKlnncy -- .--

p. his honeymoon liked the placeand Mrs. J. W. Thomas visited l her

rome buck and settl..
TRANSFER ANDSTORAGE for two years over at the Crosby of Lendan last week. L.
Youngblood of Waurhuta
R.B.ALVAREZ&SON Penney Farms. then
CO. for himself struck out Lloyd Barry and son, Wilbur, celebrated his 71st birthday unnivorimry lcd i)5eiv WA5'T

with a capital on of a $1.10.20-acre:\ He farm and and Mrs. O. \.'. Berry visited her Sunday July 17 Ho wan I
sisters Mrs. Edna
k4 Mrs. andMrs. a former resident of Bradford :
We <>rat local Ferguson hud hard
op going at .
11. M. Roberts of \Yauchulalast County. but moved to Wauchul.iabout
first but
as went the
pest.. & long distance farm ( 100 on weekend. 20 yearn. ago with his wife j "
I I acres) began to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ware" and and eight children. 1 1 I JJArrr'
c.s;::, anywhere In V.S.!! pity. Trouble was, though, thatwhen Mr. and Mis. V. V. Harrell of Among his children and grandchildren Sv'IA1t7

the war came, labor be 17140 ffJ I 2525'FIRSTS'
EXCKLUSNTSTORAC.K St. Petersburg visited her mother. who enjoyed the day .with .

:!It ___ name Into teaching unavailable--work, and Dick which went he Mrs.Mrs.Dulah\V. M.Harrell Harrell last and weekend grand- him. were and Mr.family and Mrs.of John Graham.McKinney vv1L41 ',,v WAY AHEAD OF /ITS FlEW!)

thoroughly enjoys. Now In daugTfters?, Judy and KaUiryn" Mr. and :lIra.Valton Youngblood

FACIIJTIKS: In taking courses over nt Gainesville visited relatives In Jacksonville and family of Tampa Mr. and. j 'Ford came out flrst w'tn "No one but FcrJ cfferi

Educational Pnychology and a few days last week. Mrs. Ray Dennis of Sarasota, that b<9 Pictur. W'ftJQsS (' .a choce, cf='lt''>0''hjrse' 'I }",.e"t 'Nn jeth;.,<]
Agents For ____________ Food Preservation *
I he's ,
very O.V.. V 8 or 95'hor.ie'Six.,
Barry, and Mrs. Lloyd and Mrs. Victor to) t ths.
proud of I McLeod and Mr.// 'Only "FcrJ" hji, (t"'Ie" ,1uJi. .
DelcherBros. See us first! they have a large stocked deep-freeze unit Barry and children visited Mr. Ily of Wauchula" Mr. and 'M. ;, Ad;,," S..I... \FixJ''..''Mjj'C' Kr'tandti&n'iiit .(. i.i)Jra Cot Srlnis!
good 1 and Mrs. J. R. Crews of Jacksonville I Curtis Youngblood' and son of tIat .ireu'Iy' seiene3.L.n&. yrjrj aheJ-i" ,
to .
_ _ things eat) Said It was hardto Sunday. Wauchula, Mr. and Mrs. Z. '1- I /
I' hold Interest the of pupils on farmIng Guy Junes of Tampa visited II Youngblood and family of Sara- I < v>
war, but that
they Mr. and Mrs. O. ,V. -ferry- ., !-rut.--. sots Mr. and Mrs John Lee
weekend. I I Ynnno-hlon An,) family, n f H-H.: I i I fc
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Mr. und Mrs.. II D. Lynn of I I ILaroochee | ben. and Mr. and" Mm Henry m

Have You Tried visited Mr. and I Youngblood and family of Sara-

Lloyd Barry Friday.Mr. Mrll'l sota.

and Mm. Coon Tyler Others from out of town attendIng ,
JET KILL daughter..: of Palatka visited 11'I' ': the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. i

and Mrs. Truby Hodge and I. .,.
and Mrs Henry fledge last -"

Extra Potent For Florida Bugs end.visited Mrs.Miss H.i nip Mary Connely Mott. Mrs.of wr"I"// 666 GHlilSS T 1 1Iy

KILLS: Kouchcs.: Wai or HURS. Silver' Fish. Spiders. Flies :Mosquitoes.! Mott. and Mrs. Mattie SowelU FEVER heel,,.

:Moths lied Hug, Fleas last weekend. I MAI A I A CM It -th

One Spraying Will Get Crawling Bugs And Keep Them !guest Miss of Mary Mr.Mott and was Irs.Verrner the supper pk I _

Got For Months and Months and Months Mott of Hague Friday night.
.. 'ForJs :Irs
Mrs. Mettle Sow ells and Mia "It I. .huJn; d.S
I- "f1E1- I'vI< rcr J I"''''''t Dti. T _
+ + Mildred Mann were In Gainesville G GUARANTEEDW I I'r',..t *th .,......... I\/..J t.-Jts.!I' foIv" ",..th ,t. .. """"t'" tlst ."n ,.,., bVJJr'
Strictly a Household Spray Will Not Stain Monday. / n..IV OverJve; $0 much c.ir I rat
yo I. 0. so I.ttl. ,.
:Not Injurious to Humans Does Not Contain D.D.T.In Mrs. Bill Plummer and two 'g /
daughters l moved. to Orlando Friday <
+ Handy Pint & Quart Sizes! to join her husband W fEA/P/ \

NOTICE For bent results we recommend using a good spray gun. One Vance Huns and Mrs. Francis
that will give a forceful fine mist spray The mlitkr the spray" the better Rust of Lake City visited Mr. ?
anlIrll.! Buddy Ross Thursday
coverage you get. A forceful spray will enable you to spray in hardto I.enlle Croon and son spent

get places. Friday In Orfando.Doiiftliis .

Hazen of Denver, Colo

We Know You ('aii'Ikliet'e It Unless You Try It end Mtna Rose Tlmmons of Newark .

BUY N. 3. visited Mr. and Mm.L iVji fnt,
A. Brown Sunday aftpl'noon.i i that smoct'I..
Mr and Mm. Bill\ Miller of SERVICENICE 'M.d Ship Jet! ,
Jacksonville and Mrs. Clarice I 'v. ,

KILLAt Johnson of Utah visited Mrs. LINE OF --. -

JET ottle Edwards and son, Harry WATCHES & BANDS .
recently.Mrs. '.
Lottie Edwards Mrs.
Clarice Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. SANDERSWATCH
the Following Stores : Bill Miller visited various pointsIn ::::. .:::' YIN, roo. _...... _'-..... Ie ... r..I &11M;"" s.-.t.-UC _\.
Florida last! weekend. REPAIR ...... _0,.,..,..; ists' IIeo: ,..,d Ths.Ui. ,.sd.r I..SS-18 __. ,.q row pse Per __ _
COOK'S (;IWClmyNO"A WALGHEENGE CY They __ .. ..... I.",
went to Silver Springs, Miami,
-- DAKIIY ItltOTIIEKS: KOCH'S DRUG!(; STOKE: Key West and St. Augustine. Mri. CAMERA: .* GIFT ShOP, .n ANDREWS MOTOR

SISTHUNK'S FEED) & SEED: STOKE Edwards returned to her home Co.
Monday night. Call Ctrrrt at RilrodSTAKKK
Bottled in Florida by Florida People for Florida Bugs. I We art all iliad to know that FLA. ( PHONE 118 STARKE, FLA. .





FRIDAY .IITLY 22, 1919

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At The TabernacleDuring Starke, were visiting friends. here Mr. and Mrs. P. S Crews

Sunday. Mr. and ]Mrs. Reese Bradley
: the absence of tho Mr. and Mrs. L A Hall formerly nnd their mm, Clinton and Jack

Sponsors, vacationing; In North fly :Mr*. M.: C. Sweeney of California, have settled Wayne, of Jacksonville and ]Mr

Carolina, the services were ably west of town on land recently and Mrs. Leslie Bradley and their

carried on by the Assistant Pas I purchased from H. J*. Wiggins, son Johnny of Starke were visitors Lake City Tobacco Market
w. :\1. r. :MeetsMrs. .
of Mr and Mrs. J. ]M Bradley
tor. R. Cl. Gomes; Church Secre and are building a permanent
Florrie Belle Brown entertained -
CIA 'M'SUllDAYi tary, Miss Susan Wallace and home there. during the weekend.
the July meeting of theBaptist.
faithful members of the Tabernacle Mr. and Mrs Johnnie Allen of Miss Virginia Rngram. Sonny
W. M. U. on Thur8dayaft..rnoon OPENING JULY 26HI
Fellowship. of last week. Mrs. K. Jacksonville, spent the weekend Fncram! and Delbert Crews left I

Baptist ChurchWith Methodist ChurchThe The Ladies' Auxiliary, which B. Watterson. us leader Intro here with relatives. Friday to visit friends and relatives -

meets Just prior to the Prayer duced the subject "Absolute Mr. and MI'It.V.. D. Carter and In Montgomery, Alabama
the removal of the old sermon subject for the 11 Meeting on Thursday afternoons Grace for Mankind." A pleasant. children of Starke, spent Sunday During their stay they plan to GRADING AND HI DOLLARawait

church building this week allservices o'clock hour Sunday morning will Invites all ladies of the congregation social hour wan enjoyed after with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brown. visit other Southern places of .interest -

at the First Baptist be "The Missionary Movement AsI to member-ship and partici the devotional and business per- On Monday A. J. Flnley' and son your leaf on this! market

Starke are now held In the New I See It." There is a missionary pation In these weekly, helpful iod. Edward of Hawthorne, visited i After' having visited Mr. and

Sunday School Building. Because Imperative that we are likely to services. I Y. F. C. SpeakerAs them. The Flnleys are former Mrs. R. S. Rosier for a week Mrs. where the /grower always receives

of great number attending the lose In the busyness of our mo- The offering made Sunday In guest! speaker of the Youth residents of Hampton. Hester. Sapp of Jacksonville left
morning: worship each week there dern world. We can capture or the Sunday to visit other relativesIn a square deal. .
I Church services were sent to for Christ meeting" ; last Saturday D. O. Pennell and family, of
will be two morning: worship recapture this Imperative adjacent towns
only before
as Mrs. Harvey Farmer to be usedIn Willlnm C. Pick. have located return
I evening: (Billy) on a partof
services. At 9:45: the message by missions take on a ing to her home.
personal as
the North African Mission Attend the Free Street
ering'' of Jacksonville, brought n the Wiggins property on Road Big
Pastor will be "Adam's
the Apple" pect. We want to look at some of ;Work of which her husband the brief but Inspirational. message. 200 and have built a new home Mr. and ]Mrs. J.V.. Finch and I

at which time the Juniors the things that we are doing so late Dr. Farmer, was American Lieutenant Sellers of the Salvation there. their son. Franklin are againat Dance and Spectacular Fireworks -
and Intermediates of the Sunday we may get a vision of larger I
School will attend. The youth things.Do. ,Secretary. Army, gave two fine guitar Mrs. It. B. Wiggins, Mrs. George home after having' had a lovely

choir will sing at thin service.At The Youth MeetingSaturday solos Williams and Howell Williams. Eastern: trip. They visited Mr.Rltch's I DisplaySATURDAY_

the 11 o'clock hour we sense God's presencein night will be the monthly Temperance Demonstration. Cluh visited relatives In Jacksonville mother, Mrs. W. F. Bitch,
the world Are there "Infallibleproots" and friends In Shelby. N. C. and then wenton
Program of The Home Demonstration MeetIng i Saturday.
Pastor's Is the
the message third I of His presence? The Temperance Invited. .. by car through scenic Virginia JULY 23
series of are for July wait held Tue di in the I
meS1'Jagestram sermon subject Sunday eveningat Tuesday night of next week afternoon July 12. In CommunityHall. Washington, D. C. During their
Jewish and
Judges will be
8 o'clock will be "God Is Really two young men of the rongrega Miss Dorothy ROM the dl- | 81iht'( l'elng days In that city

"The Bramble King". The adult,, Here". .tlon will have charge of the meet. rector made the meetlnsr" verY I STATE FARMBy they stayed at a motel at historicMt. 8:30 P. M. to 12:00: P. M.
choir will bring music at this I I'e Vernon. Their
had a wonderful Vacation ing. return trip was
Instructive and Buttonholes
hour. Mrs. Mona Canova will beorganist. pleasant. Mr: Bryan \\hltfMd
over the
Church School. Let Recent visitors Skyline through
us conserve to the Taber and chenille work were'
at both hours. Mrs. Lucille
this work by regular attendanceat nacle to view the famous painting demonstrated. On Tuesdav. Julv the Shenundoith Valley with stonovers -
Green la Director of Mimic.\ THE AIR
Mnntlcelln] ,. Chimney
Sunday school. Remember the "The Feast Of Belshazzar". 19. Miss ROAR met with the 4-H Birthday Party Rock
8 o'clock the
Sunday evenIng time Is 9:13: each were: Misses Patricia Willard had a partyat and A hvllJe.
Sunday morn- Marilyn Henry Club girls for sewing. Instruction.
Happy Hour of Worship will ,lag Charlene Barrett Mary Ann Mrs. Rachel Roberts of Waldo the home of her parents, Mr. Mrs. Cecil McRae and Andre WFUJF \V:ek days 6:15: > a. m., 11:55: : a. m.,

and feature choruses.request The singing of hymns the Visitors are welcome at all Woodham and Megsers. William also gave a free art exhibition of and Mrs. C. D. Sellers from five McRae of McIntosh were visitors 6:55: p. m. Sundays 5:30: p m.
message by Morgan Tomlinson until seven o'clock Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvler
services. Robert Phil
Come and
and worship with painting modeling to an Interested
Pastor, evangelistic and assuring.will us. lips and James Knowles Jr., all !group at the Hall on afternoon, July 13. Specimen clnnlas Saturday. Misses Patty and Eleanor WDSK Week days 6:30: a. m., 7:15: a. m.
be "Beelzebub" the of
devils. The youth choir will prince sing. of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday nfternnon. In pastel shades were attractively their" MrRae returned home with 11:00: a. m., 12:30: p. m., 3:30: p. m., 4:00p. :
Walter Vimeau. Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Spark- arranged In the living mother after having b..nwith

Sunday School begins at 9:45: Presbyterian Church Harry L. Virneau and Billy Vir man, of Jacksonville announced room while pink and blue crepe Mr. and Mrs. Bouvier for m., 7:05: : p. m.
and classes for
departments Morning 11:00 neau of Sealy, Texas; Dr. and arrival, of a daughter, Mar- streamers were hung from the about ten days.
Worship o'clock.
all In the and modern
ages new The Mrs. J. C. DuBoHB of Vero Bench; tha Roselalne, on FridAY. July dining room chandelier and from Mrs. T. E. Herndon and her
visiting minister will be theRev.
E. C. Mann Jr.
building, superin children of
tendent. Charles R. Balr, D. D., Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins Mrs. Man- 1\ et St. Vincent's Hospital Mrs. the' arch connecting the two rooms Valdosta Georgia

formerly of gleberg and Rev. Syd Reese, of Sparkman was the former MI.IIHa7.el making a lovely setting for this spent the past weekend" with Mr.
pastor a large Methodist
Training Unions gather at 6:43in : Jacksonville. event. The dinning room table and Mr*. J.V.. Rltrh.I .
Brown daughter of Mr.
Unions for discussionand church at Alliance Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. J, M.
seperate I
was beautifully appointed and was Bradley,
who has recently come to Floridato and Mrs Leslie Brown of Hamp '
program Mrs. Ruth Morse is Christian centered with a white cake topped Miss Carolyn Bradley and Miss J.

director. There are unions for all make his home. Visitors are Church ton.Mr. with 12 pink, lighted<< tapers. and ,B. Treadwell. together with Mr. }
always welcome. Special music by and Mrs.. Gordon Wrest and '
and Mrs. Reese
age groups. Mid-week service each 10 other decorations denoting the Bradley and their
a.m. Bible School C. W.
the ladies! of
young under the family Miami are spending
Wednesday at 7:30 directed by the Colson birthday motif. Slices of the cake sons of Jacksonville, were at
direction of Miss Louise Stern. their vacation with Mrs. Thns. F.
Pastor. 11 and cookies were served with Brooklyn Lake near Keystone (n 0
a.m. Morning Ser
Brown. Mrs. Brown had Satur-
Sunday School at 8:43.: There as I Heights for
A cordial invitation Is extended mon punch. Many lovely gifts were several days during
Subject "The of Encouragers
Society -
day dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs.
to all to at the First are classes for all ages. The the week.
worship ." I I presented" to the honoree. In a YOURI
friendship Class for Men and Ralph Bolinger and five children. Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Baptist at every opportunity. basket decorated In the chosen and HOME
service 8 Sermon y
p.m. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Virneau and
Women continues its fine their: daughters
programof colors. About fifty friends" were Kathryn and Betty I
Subject of
"Ey and Soul".
Body son, all of Sealy Texas. Mrs I
study and social activities and of Miami
CHURCH OF CHRIST Wed evening Invited to participate in this celebration I were' guests of Mr. II
Bible School ,10 a.m. Sunday Invites parents to come with their prayer meetingand Bolinger and Mrs. Virneau arenlee..s and during the party hours and Mrs. P. S. Crews Monday

Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday children and remain for the study training-J. B.class. of Mrs. Brown, and the j I i I they enjoyed games and contests.j [ Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Williams
Dixon Pastor I
Evening Service 7:45: p.m. Sunday and fellowship of our class. The family group was enroute to Vero i j Prize winners were Johnnie" Ray':'and Charles Williams all of Don. e4

pastor invites members of the'' ST.I.RK'S: EPISCOPAL Beach to attend the Golden Wedding |II I Godwin. Bobbie Faye Sweat and : aldflonvllle, Georgia visited Mr. -

class to remain for the morning I' anniversary celebration of Helen Whitfleld. I land Mrs.. W. II. Williams from
worship at 11 o'clock Rev. Mr. and Mrs. J C. DuBose sister Friday until
B. E.
HOLINESS10th Simmons, B. D. Vicar I Mr. and Mrs. Trie Dobson Monday. Miss Betty :
and brother-in-law of Mrs.
-John Warren Kaufman Williams
St. and Ave. accompanied her relatives -
Temple Sunday, July 24th Brown and Mrs. J. J. Brannen. their children of Clearwater ar.j to their home
Sunday School 9:43: a. m. Morn for a visit t 7IT'S
; rived Saturday to visit Mr.
CHI'RCII OF JESTS:: CIIRIST 9:45: am. Church School Sum- Miss| Florence Van AUtlne returned I with them.
ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Mrs. Mack Sweat and other rela-i I' h
mer session last from
OF LATTER DAY !SAINTS on Friday a En route from
I to their
Services 7:00: m. Everyone tins state1for
p. in this section of the
11 am. Morning Prayer and two weeks visit In Manintee! and .home In Dothan Alabama, Mr.
welcome.CARPENTER'S The Church of Jesus Christ o' sermon by the Rev. S. W. Ludington, Mich. After spending( a week, |and Mrs. Ernest Bryan and their

Later Day Saints will hold Sun- Creasey. the weekend with. her parents j i Mrs. L. Durden left Thursday' baby, Kenneth, were Friday over.night .

day school In the USO building; The church Is open daily for Mr. and Mrs. E. Van Alstine, she :I I to visit her aon and guests of Mr. and Mrs. C

on Temple Avenue every Sundayat I prayer and meditation. left Monday for Jacksonville .law Mr. and Mrs. A.daulthter.ln.//D. Sellers'

10 a m. A cordial Invitation I where she will take an executive in Baltimore, Md. for Saturday visitors of Mr. and HOME BUILDING TIME

Is extended to all. OHTRCI OF CllltlST Secretarial course at Maasey's :: Spencer Crews spent several Mrs. J. O Caldwell were L. R.

Business College. |I days during the past week with Mack of Building material are once again in good
Mlcanopy and
Mrs. C.
V. E. Jones Minister Mr. and Mrs. Don McMahone ]Mr. and Mrs. John Crews in Lake B. Emerson: Jr., and her daughter, supply and we're fully stocked with the

Your Feet Know The Bible School 10 a.m. Morning returned home last week after Butler.' Carol of Jacksonville finest supplies available. In addition we have

Worship 11 a.m., subject: "TheLord'a spending\ two weeks In Hampton,I I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nelson of I Mr and Mrs. R. L. Dobbs and many attractive home plans! to show >ou. Stop

Difference ficance"Supper. How:often its awesome should Christians signi. Va. Jacksonville were guests of Mr. daughter. Deldra, of Memphis, in and look them over, and get started on that

observe It? What U the" A number of Hampton folk srflatt..ndlnR' and Mrs. n.V.. Brannen duringthe Tenn. are visiting his father Lea- new home now !
the Revival at Gadara ter Dobbs.
purpose of keeping It" Cnn a Baptist Church rear Lake G..neva.1 I Miss Prudence Ross of Willis-
,. child of God live spiritually without ,
ton was the guest of Mr. ami
of which Rev H. B. Wiggins Is (rONGRKOTIOV.

C lQ C partaking of it regularly"Evening Pastor. Last week the speaker Mrs. It. II. Tyson Thursday. !MKTIIOUIST ('IIl'U'II TARKE
Worship 8 subject -
pm. was Rev. Harris of Boatdralnj During! the past week Miss June
"The biggen lie the devilever Baptist Church and this week theRev Cnldwell had as her visitors Miss Services every" first and third '

told". To whom did he tell j Strickland of Green Cove Joyce Oliver of Ft Lauderdale Saturday night, Sunday' morning BUILDERS' SUPPLIESm
It* Do we still feel Its effects" I and Miss Brownlee of and Sunday night 11 and
fadge a.m.
Is conducting the services. I
v J I Springs
today What will be the result j 8 S.A.L. DEPOT.'C7't2plton 4SW'"
PRESCRIPTION I On Sunday a basket dinner was Starke. I p m at Congregational Melho- ,
When You firing Your If we believe it? "' Joe Shaw and Bill Rivers of dls Church on Brow nice Iload.- ______.__ .
Hear Bro. V. held on the grounds. ..___.____________ .6
PHARMACIST Shoe Repair Work To E. Jones give the j Frank FV>ark recently returned LaCrosse were Friday guests of Rev Ernest Grlffls, pastor.
Scriptural answers to these ques-
BIGGS & BAKER from a viit to West Jefferson
Phone 64 STARKE tions on the Lord's Day, July 21. N. C.Mrs..
small, You are Invited to till services.
E\ery job large or given
Frank Hicks and children
On-the-Minit Service at the Church of Christ In Siarke. a" ..
our bent workmanship with the left Monday for their new homeIn .. "Why anything less than
We have no book but the Bible.no accept
DAY & NIGHT best material. creed. but the Christ. Where Monticello Ky. after living
I here for the past three months 1 I j- the Beautiful BUY of all? "
n 0 the Bible peaks we speak; where Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy'I # most
the Bible Is silent we are silentCome I
and family and Miss Peggy Hln- r ti.
worship In a Kingdom '
that rannot be shaken. Where son are spending a week" In Ft

the word of God is the last word.CATHOLIC Pierre visiting relatives.Mr. I y Stand by for a Chevrolet


left Sunday for Eau Collie where

: curitni Edward will be employed. r i and get the most for your money

!, Sunday Mass 9-13: : a.m. C. E Harper, who has been In I

Sermon For Sunday School 11 am. 111 health for several weeks. lefl
Subjects Sunday:
Week Day Mass 8:30: a m Monday to. make his home with I 4?" Its your money you're spending, and you're emitted to get
11:00: A. i 1\1.! Ian's Questions and fiod's; Answers" I : his sister in Jay near the maul minor car, in return. All America uy' that means

8:00: I'. M. "Would A Man Hob Hod" I layBible Study Is every Wednes- He was accompanied Jenllacola'I') Chevrolet-Mr moil beautiful buy o\ uM-nnd/ the cur that
Rev. Malcolm Smith Will Ite Guest: Speaker At Both I day at 7:43: by D. W. Johnson. \f ,: ate gives rXIKA VALUES in every phase and feature of

Mrs. of It fine- B. P. Walker Mary- motoring. bring you
Services! In The Absence! Of The Pastor. I
CllfKCII OF GOD vllle, Tenn arrived here recently ll advantage, from Fisher Body. Styling and Valvc-m-Head

to visit with Mrs Katie Minton I performance U> Center Point steering ease; and Ole greaterridingcomfort
Rev. L. WUIiams, Pastor L'
and other friends in its field
Bible :School at 10) A. M r, BTU For All Ages At 7:00: 8th & St. Clair Sts. of the longest heaviest car
Sunday School 10 a m. Mr. and Mrs Purvis Hazen and rq And it vQtu three uJvuntagti ul the Ut' tit piu,1
VISITORS WELCOME: two children are spending a whileat "b .- -
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. ( ,4
7:30 Hampton Lake Tuesday they Again NEW
Sunday Evening Service : p m.
were dinner guests of Mr. and _
; V P. E Service Tuesday 7:30: Ott "'
p.m. Mrs Lacy J Wynn. "' '- LOWER PRICES!

Prayer :Meeting Thursday 7::3.0 p.m. Jim Minton of Tampa was visiting -
] friends and relatives here,
Itev. Lewis I). Halite. Pastor Property Sold last week --

r + Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ousley I .,
9 "In The Heart of Town And In The Hearts Among the deeds recently re- and son. Don and "Hutch1", were I]

The corded In the court house were: relatives here and i
y of People"A visiting Sunday |
CanAl Timber Corp.. Leon County -
,. Monday. They were enroute from' .c.
to J. B. Gaakins
Bradford their home In Perrlne, and are I! .. rl9til'tl'M? xaas.
Southern Baptist Church For All People P' r.A. a><" .a. fatli.rvca 1T
County Lots 37 & 3'1*' Sec. 16, Twp.
on automobile to CaUf- :
an trip
,. .
6'" 3 So range 22 E. Woodlawn Subdivision
orlna for the summer.
Morning \\.rllhlp-II: Happy Hour 8:00: |
Mrl. T C. Chastaln visited" her ,
Sunday :SrhoJ-0:1,9: Training I'nlon6:4J Mrs. Annie Lewis, Eroufcer. brother N. E Roberts In Mac- I!

1\1I.1".k. Seniee! We
--, ,.,." Lewis and W. O. Baxter Bradford quite ill. On Sunday Mrs. Ch"'-
County to E A\[. Lewis,
TWO WORSHIP SERVICES SUNDAY MORNING I: tain had as her !guests Mr. lone |
3rooker-Lot commencing at SE Scott and daughter. Judy, of Vero
!9:15: Subject "ADAM'S: APPLE" '
corner of SW 1.4 on nee line dividing -
Bearh. Mrs Scott II attending
1 1 ::00 Subject THE IJUAMULE: KIN: (;" sec H and 17 lying In SW school in Gainesville |

1.4 of nee 8. Twp. 7, South of >;>
Evening at S"HEEi2EHUB""V Mr. and Mrs.. P E Griffin of'

__6 .6 ,, range 20 E 'Jacksonville, visited W. H Griffin e 5ryi.fn. De Lune 2 Doe S.doa Whd. rid.wo4 t4.. ephoeal a.ha wet.

halt The Clu rt'hIt''' The VloltlngPaotor" last week and then left fora
visit in Bunnell. "
They expect
to stop in Hampton for a few I on IN HIAD ENGINE with PANORAMIC VISIBILITY
The Telegraph has been askedto days thin week on their way home getting I these CERTISAFIHYDRAULIC

CONWAY'S SERVICE STATION warn Its readers. relative to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Brannen BRAKES 3-INCH WIDE-SASi WHEELS
and daughter." Lillian of Lakeland VALUES ISHIR
the operation of traveling sewing (
Preura Tlret)
AND LUXURY (with Dubl-lif Rlveriets (with Extra law>
Oil Electric machine are visiting his parents, Mr. and STYLING
AMOCO Gas & WeldlnjWashing repairmen who have I .
exclusive I to Ir.k. Llnlngi)
been operating In this section of Mrs. J. J Brannen."

ireatiaff Tire. Tube. A Batteries Ar. the state. Several machines have I Miss Hilda Brown of Jacksonville ChevroletIn LONGEST, HEAVIEST CAR EXTRA ECONOMICAL

Sold on BUDGET PLA.V. been reported taken from this : spent the weekend here." IN ITS HUD, FISHER UNISTIIL/ TO OWN-OPERATE-

PHONE 147 FOR SERVICE: section by traveling sewing machine -; Mrs. Leslie Brown returned with Its field! with WIDIST TRIAD, at well BODY CONSTRUCTION MAINTAIN

mechanics who have taken her on Monday, and visited her

RIDE FLORIDA GREYHOUND:" BUSSES these machine for repairs. and other" daughters, Mrs. Bruce Whit .

SPEED: SAFETY COMFORT ECONOMY have not: been heard from. I and Mrs. Emory Sparkman. -

In the event your sewing machine Mr. and Mrs Earle Van AUUne

needs repairing should honored. Mrs. K. B. Watterson

\LEARN TO FLY the easy way. Pay as] get In touch with a reliable you sewing -I with a birthday supper Saturday. TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

machine repair concern and I night Besides Mr. and M.. .. Wst-
\ learn. charier and
Special trips
you Bight make mire that the person who tenon, Robert C Gray, Jr andMalcolm

eeing trips by appointment. Phone 1I7\\ calls for your machine has the E. Smith were also present STARKE, FLA.

proper identification papers or

..1 credentials I I Mr. and Mrs W A. Scott of I

I -

..'CI: ElCilIT _un___ ___ UKAOFORD COUNTY TEI-KHKAPIf.. STARKIT' Brf nrrtn,*.
-- -- FlU!).\ JM.Y 22, 1949

Public Hearing Set For July 30th I LIONS HEAR TALENTED YOUNG ENTERTAINERSI I Selective Service Head Says Provisions tiff seeks! divorce and ri.Ktoriitlnn

r of maUldi. name. IttHilfor.l., County
I Of Registration Act Not Well UnderstoodCalling Tplfitraph hl I thin Order"
I 1 In next four weekly: :IKHIKIH.Witnvfis .

On $602,475 School Board BudgetContinued attention to the fact n1\ hand and official seal
nt Klurk*. Klurlda/ thus July Seth
that failure to register is a viola- .a.t.,. .
Industrial Arts (OFPICMt. "HK.M.t A. J. Tlmma., .
from 1)
( page tion of law and makes the delinquent *. Clerk <>r sold. (' ""'1.
Incidental Receipt 3000 Topic Of Hy Ilnven cruxi, fi 1'
liable to penalty Gen. VI- Discussion (I'Ila,. It Hen*, ZOI.OR riuiiranty llf
--v----- .
vian Mldir. .InrkHiinvllIu, Kla. ,
Collins Florida At
State direc-
Total cash and current receipt. 9,081.32 Rotary Club Ally for Pit 7-33 4t a-13
I ., tor of Selective Service has out
1. W. M. I'\ ('iiiiiir ('oinr. tin ti>p( m
Commissions, Tax Asseseer.& 'r lined registration requirement Scruggs, Jr.. who recent(y- rUl 1 \1'1, 1"1,0111"1" 1Cell F\'_
B d I joined the faculty of BHS as Instructor t F:111': ,
Tax Collector 295.50 under the Selective Service Act of Oliver K:, Amlorxnn Jr. Plaintiff.'
Payment of Bonds 4.75() 00Int'l'rcAt 1048, which he said he believed In Industrial arts was vs. Alfas AiiilrlKi.il, befvndaiit..: Can!
guest speaker at the .Vn 74JH.
Rotary Club
on UoruU 1, 21.50 wr were not thoroughly understoodby Wednesday ounrou' op t'1'nt.ir1TION(
Cash balance to be carried over 3,108.52/ all of the general i AN'll MlTlfl-J; ')'0 !\1'1' 'AIt
+ public.
c Mr. Scruggs MTATK' IIP "'/-OIt'I'\' toAllll: *
gave an 'interestinresume
"The obligation to g: AnderHonvhnnt.. residence, and utlUreKM ..
Total appropriations & balances 0,681.55 i w register of the plans and purpoaesof IH: ITtiknown.
General Collins said, "Is a continue this new department In the You are required 1 tn appear fin.
-- ing August U2 IDI'i, In the above
obligation and must be fulfilled minted
"Ttut roillage levy to be levied on the 1949 assessment roll to produce school which" he said was not Court, find "..nee, wherein pliilntlrf

necwxnry revenues for these. budgets for the enaultiK fiscal year areas II't regardless of wether men primarily to develop skill, but 'seeks'"I".r.'h divorce. shall. puhliMh Xrnilford County.
are being Inducted Into the armed rather thin Order
follows: to be considered a part of In next four weeklyxxuetl/ .
i forces under the Selective Serv- the student's general education. WltiienH mv hand 1 and official eat
General School Fund 8 mills
County ice Act The obligation to registerIs nt Htark., jo'lorllllIhl... July' gotli' ,.
District No. 1 Current School Fund 6 mills While learning to utilize native 194", "
Imposed by the act on every material in (OFFICIAL, PRAt.: ) A. .T. ThomaM,
County nidn & Bus Reserve Fund 2 mills> the fabrication of useful
male, citizen or resident.. In the I A* Cleric of said Court
Dist. Bldff & Bun Reserve Fund 3 mills United articles, the students receivean (Mv Hmen Crosby, p.l "'.
States between the agonof If ft. 1 l-rown, Wtallie, FlaAtly ,
District No.3 Int. & Sinking Fund 1 mill almost subconscious
: 18 and 26, with only the g.'nerI I lesson in for fir., 7-23 4t R-ll
District No. 6 Int. & Sinking Fund 1 1.4 mills al democracy, learning to work together
exception of members of the 11111'11'1'i lilt'. lull MHOIIHIMNIl.
District No. 18 Int. & Sinking Fund 4 mllliComplete armed forces on active duty and and to respect the rights (' Pl.Ollllltl, l\ (.ll\-,
details of each separate part of the whorl budget summitrlztd oL.-. certain and property of others, the speaker ( : ',
0" M.tricaret "Stewart Evans
above are on file and are available for public Inspection at the of I '0 said. <.... lliitford C, 1':v 14 II... Defendant.Plaintiff,
flee of the County Super Intendent of Public Instruction at the Court- ", The young man who becomes The industrial arts course will ('".... No. 74JS.OIIDKM .

)locate, Starke Florida and will also be available for such public hearing ", 18 is required to register at a local be elective and at the outset will (, MVl'ir-R OF. .ri'MLJOATIONAM TO) ( API'KAUHTATM

/* together with all supporting statements and Information. ': board office within five days of be for boys only. In grades 8 / OF .I.OIUPlI..vl"r.1[ l :
the date of his (*, KVHIIH. whoht residenceand address "
An Interested persons are cordially Invited to participate In the pub- eighteenth birth through 12. As soon as the new IK.* t'nknown. *
tie bearing and to discus the school program and budget for this day. General Collins explained, but cafeteria building Is completedthe You are Teiiulreil to appear onAllvliKt
If he I 2'J. 1941. In the above named
happens to be
county for the ensuing fiscal year away workshop will occupy the Court anil cause. wherein, plaintiff
IIOIKI OK 1M;HI.IO) I.VSTItrCTIO.V: home he need not return; he may i( wing of the high school buildingnow seeks ulcer and reHtoratlon. of
register at the name. Itradford 1 County
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDAH. local board used by the cafeteria. Until shall. tMibllHh. this Order
P. MORGAN Folk CJabrleNon Hrolher, talented young Ja kHon\llle entertainers, made a big lilt with their convenient to him and the record I that time, the Industrial arts 1".1..0 four weekly. I....."...
will be """ inv hand and) official neatnt
sent to
County Superintendent iiotrlty MIIIIK and dances at a recent ladies night r'-pnt of the Starke Lions Club The youngsters were the local board classes will be held In the School Ntarke. Florida, thin July 20th
on the at the Lions International Convention In having Jurisdiction, even though its Board's garage building near the 19IOFFICIAL
Square Garden tills week. In another state. ( (lFA: I.) A. J. Thomas
rented Keystone Heights with a I S.A.L. depot. An Cleric of said Court.
Keystone Rotarians -- ---- After he rel'l t..rA__, _if. .I._ .man/tn..._ Mr. I Hy Haven CroKby, D. r'.
placque for the u- Scruggs, who Industrialarts
highest percentage was II. o. Hrown, utarke, FinAtty
Receive AwardsAt of club members present at Rites SaturdayFor Fireworks, Dance Farm Safety Week tory that a registrant keep ,'hla Instructor in the elementarv n for I'lf. f-23 4t 813

District MeetTen the District Conference In Pensu- J. E. StarlingAt Will Mark Opening Will Be Observed local In his board Informed of any change grades at the P. K. Yonge School; I.;; ('In'l'l'r'ol: 'T. Bit UFOItU
cola In May. address or change In status, In Gainesville last year was introduced ('<>! >'rt. ioiiiii IM tins-
Pine Level Lake City Market the director pointed out. This i'l'IIV.Opule: .
members of the Keystone He also announced that Key July applies by Arch Thomas, Jr., HIllM, Plaintiff, v*, William
after he becomes 26 as .well who had charge of the tlillH, fencliint. CnHe No. 742V.OIIIMOK .
Heights Rotary Club and their stone Heights has won the first Joe E. Starling, 61, well-known I Lake City A spectacular The week of July 21-30 has as before. program. OF' Pt'HLlrATION

wtve attended the Fellowship leg on the C. M. Gay Trophy I Bradford County farmer, died fireworks show and a big street been declared National Farm Safety Questioned concerning the man BOY SCOUT ( ANn NOTI'hl'TO OF. FI.OTtir APFIOAItSTATK to" : Wll-'
In the Florida Union Building which Is awarded to the club who did NEWSBoy Ham Stile, whore residence Is Un
Dinner Friday night July 15: In a local dance will officially open the Lake Week and will be observed : not register during the known.
which wins
In Gainesville Sunday even- It three times hospital following a brief illness. City Tobacco Market season. The the United I designated registration days- Scout Troop 70 held its You are required above ear onAiiKiiHt
'. July 17. This affair opened for the best yearly attendance.The throughout States, August 30 to 22, 191' In the named
\IIII: September 18
n district meeting of club officials awards were accepted on I He was born In Clay County, open air program, to be held at announces Miss Dorothy Ross because he was then on ,active 1948 regular meeting Monday nightat Court divorce and Clause, Hradford wherein pluintlrfseeks CountrTeleicraph

behalf of the Keystone Heights Sept. 29, 1883.: but had lived for 8:30 the scout home. Plans for hull publish thin OrderIn
which lasted through Monday.The 1 : on Saturday, July 23, Is being County Home Demonstration duty In the arored forces, General a next four weekly Issues;
new officers of the organization Rotary Club by*Mr. Walrath and many years on his farm about presented by the city's organizations Agent. Collins explained that he Is Father and Son banquet were discussed Wltneiw) Inv hand and official neat
Mr. McKay. at (Rtarke, Florida. this July' 21,
who.were Installed July three miles west of Starke. with a cordial Invitation Many Florida farm people will required to register within 30 and plans were also made 1'Mt'!
On Messrs. Walrath days of the OFFICIAL. SEAT.A: J. Thomnx,
let were: President and Monday time he was for (
present Besides his widow, Mrs. Alma to all tobacco and seperated having a rifle team. After the
clerk of Maid
growers lose their lives again this An Court.
and attended the yearin from the
Mrrn F. M. Walrath Jr.; Vice- all-day armed forces. Fly Haven Crosby I', C.
he la survived four business
District Assembly. Starling by families to be present as honored farm accidents and thousandswill meeting games werePlaYed. 7-22 41 8-IJ
"Frr. and Mrs. Alfred Nelson; "Any person who
changes froma
daughters Mrs. Doshla Green be painfully Injured. Accidents The scouts
guests. The fireworks is to be now have a
Secretary and Mrs. B. E. McKay; 1 status which did not require his triHri IT 1'd1IIT. BII".t'OIl"
Mrs. Lucia Thomas, Mrs. Letha and fires can be prevented. new scoutmaster Ron J. Davis <'0' XTt. FI.OHIIHl !\: tHANfKHV. : '-
Treasurer and Mrs. W. H. Red- GIRL SCOUT NEWSThe staged on the banks of Lake De- registration to a status which does ,
: .
Mae Nettles, and Miss Joan Starling "Let's prevent these accidents
fern and Sergeant-at-Arma B. H. Soto directly In back of the court require it must register promptly and all scouts are urged to attend I.ury I'linanllo. I'lulntlff, v.. Patrick
all of Starke, and from to to
sons, happening mem-
seven you I'ans'allo, Defendant. Case No.
ROM. Others were: Mr and Mrs. Girl Scouts had their regular to be within the law" General the
: Joe S. Robert V. L.. William, house. The entire block south of bers of your family and to others meetings each Monday 1U8.
A. B. Watson Mr. and Mrs R. L. meeting Wednesday after. ? Collins said, adding that those night at 7:00.: 'our BTt OF PI'nLIC'ATION
I W. B., and Tommy all of Starke, Olustee Park will be roped off Miss Rosa urges. AND: NOTIOR' TO APPEARRTATFI
Walker, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Martin noon. who were out of the country on OF FI.UItlDA tl1. PatrickPangnlln
and Warren
:Mr. and Mrs. Kyle McMur- It looks like the Scouts are I for a big evening of open-air Three keys to accident prevention the registration days must regis- CF.3IETERWORKI G whose residence tti: 143

try W. J. Whltesldes and MiesGertrude not going to get a chance to play with Also the U. S. Army In Alaska. dancing with music by Claude are to recognize the hazards ter within five days following the South Yon Columbus are required, Gallon.to appear Ohio. on
surviving are two sisters
Houser the baseball game against their Bedenbaugh and calling by F, W. remove the hazards and use date they re-enter the United There will be a working at August 22. I 194't, In the above mimed
Mrs. Maggie Gunter, and Mrs. caution when hazards cannot be Court and cause wherein' plaintiff
of It (Shorty) Bedenbaugh. States, which includes Alaska Hope Cemetery at Theressa on
J. Hllles Miller president parents. always rains. We Daisy Starling,, both of Starke. I seeks divorce Bradford County
tile University of Florida, served should be ducks. Wouldn't we The four huge warehouses are entirely removed. Hawaii Puerto Rico and the Virgin Saturday July 23. Come bring Telea-raph" Khali. nuhllnh thin OrderIn
Funeral services were held Sat- Most accidents In and around Islands. tools and let's get the next four 'h..enkJya iKxueHWltneKH
as toastmaster for the evening. look cute swimming into home? now ready to receive tobacco for cemetery tnv official veal\
urday afternoon at 5 o'clock in the home caused clean. -.C. Sullivan Chairman. at Htnrke, Florida, thin July XI,
are by falls
Principal speaker was S. Ken- The Senior group is going to the Pine Level Baptist Church the sales starting Tuesday morn- General Collins said that non- I 14! 9.
artcK Guernsey of Jacksonville, have a three-day camping trip ing. The Lake City Market beginsIts burns, explosions or suffocation citizens entering the United State (OFFICIAL (SEAL) A. J. Thomas,

part president of Rotary Inter starting August 1, They are goIng with Interment Rev W.was E. in Hall Crosby officiating.Lake 11th year of sales with the envIable and many others are caused by for the first time are required to Hy Haven Crosby An Clerk 1'>.of C'. Maid Court.

national. Mr. Guernsey spoke on to stay on Santa Fe Lake at reputation of high/ grading poisons, firearms, cuts and bruis register at a local board withinsix IV C'lHCI IT <'Ol IIT. till.,I>F"()III 7.22t M'2
Cemetery under the direction of
"International Understanding" and I Ruby Johns' place. DeWitt C. Jones. high dollar and fair dealing. es. months following the date of CIMVIl.: :. KI.OHID.tl 1'% l'II.INCERY .

commended the Keystone Heights Starting the Scouts are Free parking stickers. will be "Make an accident and fire pre their entry. MliiUBtta P. MaxtB, Plaintiff. VII. W.C.T.V.IF
Club for its work on International /going to ni set Mondays and Wed Active pall bearers were Alton iHxiied to nil growers for their cars vention survey of your home and The maximum penalty for viola No.JohnV.7424.fil'KMR.. .Muxlo, l>er',mlaat. Case, .

4 Service during the lost year. nesdays. Dobbs Fred Hai lop, Arthur Mc and trucks so they may park surroundings. See how much you tion of any of the provisions of FTHMCATION 1 NO DRUNKARD CAN GO

Pant District Governor Francis: Scribes: Lucille McRae and Rae W. H. Graham, Fate Brown, without barge. In the downtown can do to eliminate fire and ac- the Selective Service Act of 1018, STATE AND: NOTICE. FUJKIUA' 'TO) ATI'KAU to: .John: W 'TO HEAVEN (Gal. 5:21): ) WHAT

R. Bridges of Tallahassee pre Mary Sue Epperson. and Jesse Nuwsome. I\ scctlnn. The warehouse area will I cident hazards In and around the General Collins pointed out Is Nfitxl, whose rettldenct Mild address IS TO BECOME: OF TIIF.'
provide plenty of parkinsspace home also to eliminate unsafe IH: Unknown DRUNKARD MAKER f f ? '.'
five yean in prison or a fine of You are required. to appear on
and the roads leading In have practices. Now Is a good time to $10.000 or both. August 22. 104't.! In the above tmmcl ,. (NATIONAL I-ROIIIBITIONIST.! )

been recently placed In excellent, start" Is the advice given by ------ ----- Court and cause, wherein plain
-- -- -- ------- -- -
condition. Miss Ross.

Lake City has long been known.

nt one of the frlemlllest, marketsIn Carr Colley Joins 00

the Florida belt. Warehousemen I $

oNerfl and their associates have always Insurance Agency

extended a hAnd of welcome! t" WHILE
Friends of Carr Collny will be
$1,360.00 the grower and have made every I
preparation to enable the planterto Interested to learn that he In now THEY LAS'n

unload his leaf quickly upon tl,'. permanently located in Starke and SAVE

I roLL DCllYfRED PtlCE Oil rival. has become affiliated with the .
Up to FL7 The four warehouses lire operated insurance firm of Sen. CharleyE.

Months /o Pay as Former's Independent Johns, South Walnut St.

Strickland Frank Yancey & Sons Carr, well known to the "old

and Grower's Market. timers" In Starke Is the son of

... Mrs. Laura Colley and the late p '
POLITICAL'ANNOUNCEMENTS W. A. Colley. With his wife, Delores +

and their two daughters,

Barbara and Jackie, he Is making

his home with his mother at the 1 t n i'
old family homestead on Colley '
hereby announce my candidacy I Road.
for rejection to the office of City
Clerk of the City of Starke. HavInJl' Mr. Colley attended elementaryand ? WERE 249.50 i ic ides

served the City in this capacity high school In Starke and eD 4no

for the past several years, continued his education at the

t feel that the experience that I University of Florida' In Gaines

n have gained, will enable me to ville. I '

discharge the duties of this Important After finishing school he was

office to the best Inter- for some time connected with

FORD TRACTORSare rats of the people of Starke. I the W. M McCrory Co. in Jack- I ,

am a life-long resident of the City sonville (now McCrory, Arm- I

of Starke, a taxpayer and my In- strong & Waters Insurance bro-

real bargains because. tire Interests are located in kers) in the fire general agency er

Starke. Since beginning my service department. For the last 2,!} years

n. City Clerk the duties of that he has been in the hotel manage

office have Increased tremendously ment business in New York City,
FIRST COST IS but even .with the increase the St. Louis, and In South FloridaIn

costs of operating the office has executive capacities

UPKEEP ISPERFORMANCE been kept at a minimum. Only {

one additional person has been Torode Elected r,
Mr I
.. i
B.ey employed In the office ',
'w.. r IS It Your vote and active supportwill Head of B & P W I,; I 19950P

do/' be greatly appreciated on
RESALE VALUE ISDemonstration September 13th. Mrs. Pauline Torode was elected .r

-Carl Johns I President of the Starke Business

I and Prlfesslonal Women's Club :
'OR CITY CLF.RK Monday night to fill the unex

: : I will be a candidate for the pired term of Mrs. Marlon Faulk,

on your rtn.J office of City Clerk of Starke In who resigned because of leaving

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13, 1019. chosen to fill a vacancy as

yr ,c ly ,.Rehr 9 yartu.'b@ ,1V1, I need the position and will 'Second VicePresident.This : 1

J $ be grateful for your encouragement Important July meetingwas NOT 6 NOT 7 BUT Use Your Cre'ditBIG
and support, and as I am held at the Kingsley Lake

no politician I will truly need home of Mrs. Torode who serveda 8 CUBIC FOOT SIZE /lAY .NlY
your help.I delicious dinner to the members
You it to yourself! to see a Ford We are willing to to this trouble promise. faithful
owe go you efficient, present. cult( sutac ?eal4'fu a4 : .. .

Tractor perform. We will arrange and expense simply because a real and courteous service.Leslie Plans were completed for the $21 Down

that performance for you; you name demonstration is the only way any Biggs Chinese Garden Party which is Out-Front Cold Control. .

the spot and we will put the Ford farmer can fully appreciate what to be sponsored by the local clubIn 20 Lb. Capacity Freezer.

Tractor through its paces. What's the Ford Tractor has to offer. FOR MAYOR St. Mark's Pariah House on r

more we will let you operate it yourArranre for the demonstration, be I wish to announce that I will Friday evening August :S. Servers 14 Bushel Capacity Crisper. AND ONLY 225
a to succeed will be costumed In traditional
self. There will be no charge and no see the demonstration and then you Mayor In the myselfas All Porcelain Interior.
City Election of Chinese attire and a typical menu
obligation for this demonstration. be the judge! Sept. 13. In announcing my can of that country will be featured. Five Year Warranty.

didacy for re-election I assure American food will also be served.A .

Ad 1M .a rue Ze'H: # sAatla.t 4H ljouz 74'r rr the voters that I will continue my new telephone committee com COMPLETE LINE OF TIRES AND HOME AND

efforts to give the people of posed of Mrs.\ Thelma Dink Ins
Starke a fair and Impartial ad- and Miss Pat Lambe was appointed AUTO SUPPLIES TO SERVE YOUR NEEDSFirestone

ministration In the future Justas by the President, and other
DIXIE EQUIPMENT Inc. I have done In the past. I appreciate Items of business were discussed.

your electing me to this ),Mr Torode Invited the club

1436 West Main Street South office for the unexpired term of to meet with her again In August Home & Auto Supply
H. C. Wall, and now I hope that and plans were made for a swim

Phone 2639 Gainesville, Fla. t you ,will do me the honor of elect- party before the business sessionon

ing !me for a full term. Sincerely that date which will be August 600 Temple Ave. J. P. ROBERTS OwnerI
-Jake P. Roberts 13.: "-