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: August 5, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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,,' Commissioners Marines To Fire Lawtey Group City AdvertisesFor


Postpone BudgetConsideration Blanding Ranges I Petitions Board Bids On New

Starting Aug. 8 A Free X-Ray, August 9 19 To Repair RoadA I I i Paving ProjectsThe

Due to the illness of It* chairman Personnel of the Marine Barracks ---'j petition, signed by a group' City Council, meeting here

M. O. Harrell, the Board of attached to the Naval Air I of citizens from the Lawtey UPC- /I Tuesday afternoon at !IS o'clock,

County Commissioners voted Monday Station, Jacksonville will\ engage; Water SafetyDemonstration Pecan Marketing tion was received by the Hoard of authorized an Invitation to bidders

: to postpone final action on Its In firing -qualification on the I County Commissioners at its meetng -I! for the construction of 7,907
1019-fiO/ budget until Monday August Florida National Guard rifle range I/, ilnrM Monday\ urging/ the Board i iindor square yard. of paving togetherwith

8. at 2 p.m. at Camp Blanding this month and : M $ \Will Be TopicOf the State Road Depart- [ some 'I.2OO feet of concrete

The action was taken in accord next. it was announced yesterday !I m >nt to repair bridges and make I curb and gutter and necessary

ance ,with a request'from. Commissioner by Lt. Col. A. L. Norton Commanding I other necessary Improvements on grading

Harrell who asked that fur- Officer. I Ii Set For August 12Jack 55..- -a'_ :' ae ________ HereA thnt portion of the old Lawtey I Bids on this work will be received -
ther action on the budget bo POHt. i Dates for the firing are set from I : Meeting highway which was rut off hy thano by the City Council until :3

poneJ until he could be present { August 8 through 12; August\ 22 wroute of State Rond 200()( just I'' p m. on Tuesday August 23 at
with the Board.At through 26: and Septomber 7 Trawlck Water Safety meeting to discuss. the proposed xouth of Lawtey. which" time they will be publicly
ikcat Pecan Marketing Agreement opened In the city hail.Included .
the meeting next Monday through 9. Approximately 20 men Chairman of the Bradford County Fl. A. Newsome was present and
will be hold I in the courthouse I reported to the Board this In the project are three
afternoon the Commissioners will using M-l rifles, will fire during Chapter American Red Cross an.
be prepared to dlscuns the budgetin each period for expert and sharpShooter nounced today that students participating ki In Stnrke on Thursday August I truck had been damaged' / in driving -I blocks of West Washington St..
11, at 8 p. m. I along the north .side of the school
medals. over a faulty bridge on thisPtue ,
public Is !
full or in part with any Interested In the Water Safety In.
warned against the I J 1 The Secretary' of Agriculturehas of "abandoned" road lie grounds from Temple Ave. to
Ia citizens who appear for trespassing on struetor Training Course now be. __ ,
that purpose. range especially near the impact I ing: conducted In Starke will pre. -J decided to call a refvrendun requested reimbursement and the I Grand St. and Eighth St., along:
The area, during the firing. sent a complete water safety and to find out whether pecan /growers ilerk was Instructed to report the the south side.. of the school property -
new budget, as ,
want a ''market Ing; agreementwhirh / mutter to the State Rond Maintenance \ from Temple AVe. to GrandSt.
The "A" will lifesaving demonstration at Strickland's i

totals $161. 7:1.49: and Includes a new course be .
used which Landing on Lake Cf would regulate Ihu handlingof Engineer with a view to
proposed expenditure of $40,635 places greater emphasis Klngsley
in-shell The Mr. Newsome Also Included In the proposal is
pucans. proposed assisting In presentIng -
for on accurate shooting than August 12 at 5 m. '
a new county Jail. The new
agreement would l establish grade his clutm. a pickup area, :55x180/ for loading'
levy by the Commissioners is esti- the old course formerly use,.. Tho Included in the program will 'I and unloading children who ride
and size regulations with the aim
mated at 14.111, a fraction below National Guard Is clearing the be demonstrations of the nine different The Hoard ordered the petition school busses and
f of preventing the! movement of private cars.
last year's total of 14.123. range and expanding it to SOO of filed and the clerk was Instructedto
styles swimming taughtby i
low quality and small size I"'ana The paving Is to be of surface-
The public hearing advertise I yards so as to permit the Marinesto Red Cross and all the techniques Inform the State Road Depuit-j treated llmerock. Detailed
fire the full I except for shelling or processing.Growers mont of Its receipt and to ,I plans
by the School Hoard for consider- qualification of swimming rescue. Various and.I specifications and
ation of its course. and handlers of pecansIn i that body to comply .with the requests proposal
budget last Saturday pieces of lifesaving equipmentwill forms be obtained
:2I morning went unattended a* faras Arrangements for use of the be on hand for use in tile dem- 't I Bradford County and surroundIng of the Lawtey residents. engineer may, Robert M Angus from 420 the

the general public was concerned. -. range were made by Col. Norton onstration such as' the torpedo ____ area are urged to attend the Tha Commissioners reaffirmed Hlldfbrundt Building Jacksonville.

No; one appeared to discuss or through the courtesy of Col. Ralph bouy. ring bouy and heaving meeting here next Thursday at. their previously expressed position I:t
protest any Item la the School W. Cooper, State Quartermasterof lines. The public is asked to attend Bradford County Mass X-Ray Survey which time the proponed marketIng that "the Road Department had

Board's new $602,475.20: budget the National Guard at St. Au- the show In order that they Sponsored By Bradford Health DepartmentAnd agreement will be explained. no authority to abandon tho road Fire And RobberyHit

I no It was adopted with a few minor gustine. The Guard has full use may become acquainted with the much less to declare It to be apart Army Wrecking
changes and forwarded to the of a limited area of the former work being done by local Water County T. B. & Health Association Fire Truck Limited of the county road system. In Same Week

State Department of Educationfor Army camp which Is now owned Safety Instructors. To One Mile Runs unit to make the Board responsible
final approval.The by the IItate.Lions ind liable for Its upkeep and main-
STATIONERY! UNITl TORODE CHEVROLET: SHOWROOM: Beyond City LimitsIt tenance." It's been a rough week for Army
general levy for schools remained New BHS Students Camp Wrecking Corp., the company -
at 19 mills, the same aj Win One August 9 &: 10 (Tues. & Wed.) .. .... ..10 to 1 2 to & P. M.! Audit Report No. 3311&, dated currently engaged In nailing
Will was decided .t the City Coun-
last year.Hercules. Register August 11 (Thurs.) .... ... .. ..... ... ... ..9 to 1 P. M. June 3, ISiS concerning audits of off piecemeal, the physical property -

\: Lose Two; Will Play Wednesday, Aug. 17A August 12 (Friday) .. ............ .... 10 to 1 2 to 8 P. M. ell limit ml'f'tlnlTUt8day runs\by the fire afternoon department to the former tax collector, former .. that once made up the huge

]i Rally Mcintosh SundayThe August 13 (Saturday) ................. .... 1 to 4 5 to 8 P. M. to one mile from the city limitsIn tax assessor, former sheriff, and Army Installation Camp Blanding.

; pre-school registration of new August 16 & 17 (Tues. & Wed.) ......... ..... .......... .. 10 to 1 2 to 5 P. M. any given direction. present county judge, was received Thursday night of last week a
Throws Softball
Starke Lions turned In their pupils will be conducted by Bradford August 18 (Thurs.) .. ..... .... ..... ..... ....9 to 1 r. M. This action followed recent and ordered filed. 25x70-ft.: mnpsshall that had been
League In UproarMost customary win-one lose-two performance high and elementary schools ......... .. ... ..... a annoullcem..nt The clerk was Instructed to sawed In two and was being con-
August 19 (Friday) .. .. .... 10 to 1 2 to S P. M.
during the past week. on Wednesday. August 17, from II that It would be necessary write the Welfare Board In regard verted into bungalows caught fire

notable upset of the season Thursday night of last week a.m. to 4 p.m., at the school houseIn MOBILE': UNIT .SCHEDULEAug. for persona living outsidethe to assistance for Mrs. Dobblu and burned up before the flames

". took place In the City Soft Lake City trounced the locals 8-1 Starke. limit to 'make Mall of Route 2. Starke and could be brought under control.
city -
9 Tues. Col. arrangements
( ) Lawtey ( ) Church. S to 8 P. M.
ball League last Friday night with wicked-dropping Pitcher Doss New pupils are classified as Aaron McGuire of Lawtey. Then Monday night parties unknown -
Aug. 10 (Wed.) -- Lawtey (Wht.) Bus Sta. 10 to 1 --- 2 to S P. M. with the fire department I If
striking out 17 Starke batters. entered
when Hercules so deep In the cellar those who were not enrolled In the I Bond of Mrs. Amanda' Wilkinson through a rear
;Ii It couldn't see daylight scored Brown and Hurst who shared the Starke schools last year, and who Aug. 16 (Tues.) Hampton. Home's Store.10 to 12 1 to 3 P. M. they wished to have fire fighting as notary public In the amount of door of tho company's office nearB

a 6-3 victory over a confident pitching assignment for Starke. are expected to enter school here Aug. 17 (Wed.) Brooker Rahn's Store ....10 to 12 --- 1 to 3 P. M. equipment. Bent to their assistance SAUl: was duly approved. Gate and apparently by use of

league-leading Biggs & Baker out- struck out 3 each. for the 1919-np/ session. Aug. 18 (Thurs.) Lincoln City (Col.) Church 5 to 8 P. M. in the event of tire. The opinion A request was mada by the.. Federal a chisel and a lot of elbow grease

I.IX fit.It Lake City made one run In the Pupils who were enrolled in the I Aug. 19 (Friday) Reno Theatre 1 to 4 5 to 8 P. M. was expressed that It would botmeless Court Referee In Bankruptcy broke Into the company' safe and
FII was Hercules' first ,win andBigg first one In the fifth, and six in Starke school last and whu made off with some $400 In cash
year for the truck to go out for usa of the circuit court room
the seventh, Starke' CONFIDENTIAL RK.I'ORTSFOB and checks.
& Baker's first loss of the single tally Alao taken were
.IX1 I plan to re-enter for the new term i 'Uiucli urtlier than a mile because! on ,,Monday,_ August, 8. The request -
season. came In the ninth.In EVERYONK YEAIWtm: OVERTAKES : some keys whirh-the imuMgvinent .:..
are asked not to register on Au- lh.. fire would probably be so far was grunted by the Board.
The attributedto Its North Florida League tilt ONLY A MINUTE:' would like much to backIf
upset was largely very get
but to
\ gust 17 report for their advanced by then that It ,wol1lotnot Commissioner Ira Wilson, act-
the fact that of the week Starke lost to Mandarin the burglars would be kind.
B B -
& was so
: first school
day of on Monday.August do much good. City Clerk Ing (chairman announced that Ifhere
II a doubleheader that night and on the local diamond Sunday 22.Philip Sites Wanted I Carl Johns, stated, that quite II.r..w ( were present any owner, i j Clay County officers are workingon
had already met a formidable I afternoon 7-6. Mitchell Brown allowed I the case, but so fur have very
E. Adelheimer new property. owners Just outside! owners or agents of owners oficnl
rival Robbins, on the first halt of ; the visitors 11 hit. whliu For Wayside ParksMrs. : few clues to go on
of t Mix city limits In In estate,
principal the elementary school are coming personal or intangible :,
the evenings/ slate. Expending the Lions got 4 hits off Mandurln's Coy Stevenson, head l of tho
states that first grade students make the' necessary arrangement personal property the values' of i,
most of its manpower in the early Hnltwanger/ Marian Howe secretary of Camp Blanding fire department'
should meet the following qualifications The Council I announced that n which have been fixed. by th.' I
which it from Robblns Tuesday night Starke scored a stilted that the fire
game. won the Chamber of Commerce :wishesto I Thursday
before entering/ school: total of $S.>t 0 had/ been taken from County Assessor of Taxes. on his
by a tight 7-6 score, B & B evidently 3-3 victory over Cedar Keys on night of last' week might have
planned to "let up" and the local field. Doss pitched the 1. Must be six years of age on get In touch with anyone who the parking meters during the! flratIII Ifl 10) roll and accepted by the been caused by spontaneous combustion -
for or before January 1, 10r:>0. might donate a small plot of ) d.iys of their Inslallutloii In Hoard' that they would now be
,game Starke the
take allowing since
things easy In Its game with during the remodel
2. Must birth Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Brown ofStark. hcnrd. There
present certificateto Starke being no ,
league-trailing! Hercules. visitors 4 hits and striking out shady ground located on any main ... response ling work on the building there
prove age of child. a girl Barbara Ann on trim Board by affirmative vote orCommIR..lont'rs
The Stump-Knockers must have 18. Starke collected 7 hits off highway near Staike. The plot July 27. It was screen 1 In give the drafl was quite a bit of sawdust kerosene -
been visiting pitchers Smith, and 3. Should have physical checkup i board ,permission, to use I the 11111 Wilson Prevail, I for lubricating"
holding some secret skull I should bo for V'or's saws paint
If possible. large enough at Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Wright of and (Chiistuln and negative vote
sessions however as they got off Gideon. I office in the city: hall for at I etc left In the building when the
least three picnic tables and an Starke. a boy John Wlllluni on of Commissioner Crawford ,
to a brisk start and before manager Thursday night the Lions met July 29. long an desired. approved workmen departed at 4:30: ( p.m.
A. B. Baker realized his top- Wesconnett In a league tilt here City RegistrationTo outdoor fireplace she aald ,' the said values and d.'llIr-I''The fire was discovered at fl-4..' .'
Mr. and Mrn. I. C. Wright of ed. t them to be the lust and --- -- -
ranking team was in danger and but the score was not known at "The possibility of having these Farm
/ End August 13 Starke. a boy, Robert Clark. on I Bureau Meeting vnliit* and the values upon 'wh'it't' p.m.Since
could get his first string back in press time.Sunday wayside parks Is very favorable! July 27 the ISIS rnllluges will be assessed. the building was locatedIn

the running. Hercules had estab- afternoon the locals The City Registration books will! for the community beautification\ Mr. and Mrs.! R. J. Pendarvls of The regular; meeting of Bradford an area where water mains
lished a lead that could not be play McIntosh on the Ocaa! dia close Saturday, August 13, and program If we have this land do- Starke. twin boys Wesley and i County Farm, Bureau will beheld have been taken up the Blanding

overcome. Final score was Hercules mond. City Clerk Carl Johns announces nated," Mrs. Howe said. "Theyare Lt'alle.[ on July 30. Friday, night. August n, at Director Of Wildlife volunteers could do little exceptuse

6, B & B 3. that his office will remain open mighty attractive and create Mr. and Mrs.! G. W. Burr of ,I the Courthouse at 8:00: p.m. School At BlandingIs a booster line to save other

Battery for B &: B was Bennett Legion Junior Nine until 5 p.m. on that date for the. Interest alt well 'as being a big; Starke a girl, Sandra Lee on All members, are asked to attend nearby structures and lumber.
& Knox. with Manassa relieving Closes convenience of new registrants.All benefit to small picnicking July 39.Mrs. as It .Is planned to .set u dote Rotary Speaker The loss .was estimated at around
Knox in the 4th. Battery for Her- SeasonIn new voters who wish to groups." Tom Grady's brother and on which the contest. corn will be S 1.500.)

cules was Mann and Howe :with Third PositionThe qualify to vote In the City Elec- Anyone who might be InterestedIn sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. gflthered The county agent and Wild Ben I 'e Mcr.iiuchlln, director of the
Thorns relieving Howe In the 5tji. tion of Sept. 13 are advised that making such a donation Is ask- Manassa of Fernandma announce any one who may bo Interested In I Officers School now in Billy Jackson

Saturday night the rejuvenated American Legion Junior they must register/ with the cityon ed to call Mrs. Howe as fcoon ad the birth of a seven and one-half this matter are also Invited. operation at Camp BlAndlng, warguest

Hercules team trounced Alvarez Baseball team completed its cur- or before August/ 13. possible at 190. pound baby girl on August 2. I W M, FMAmrds, SeryTreas. speaker at the Rotary Club Throws Hat In Ring

214. while Robbins defeated Coca- rent schedule with an 8-6 loss to --- .- .-----. --.... ----- -.------------ ---- -.-- -- _. .. I Wednesday.Ho For City Council
Cola 81.Tonight. staled. that the purpose of
I Lake City there last Friday after- I, I
(Friday) Coca-Cora! and Starke Guardsmen "Sweating It I At ho. school. III to train men to bewtter II i I W T (Billy) Jackson announced
noon.Manager Camplives. I game wardens by offering
Alvarez will play a rained-ou A. J. Thomas expressed yesterday his candidacy for City
match. and a nonleague/ "grudge himself as pleased with the (mimes. In game management, low I Councilman In the election of Sep-
tilt will be played by Hercules and showing made by the team thU WITH THE NATIONAL enforcement, human relations and] t..mbpr 13. It was the only new
GUARD AT FORT JACKSONS. The other phases of the lame, & Fresh I
Regimental Commmnder :
Biggs &: Baker. season. Although the Juniors won announcement In an otherwise
C. Columbia was the hottest Col. Maxwell C. Snyder' I Is well Writer. Fifth Commission program .
Saturday night an all-star game only 3 games.out of the 11 played. | quiet week In city politic
city in the United States last Saturday known for his love of l. clean lie f stated that the school Is dA-
will be played with Lake Butler. they finished In third place in good I Mr. Jackson stated that he IsI
Corn-Cola. AlvareE and B &: B the league. The manager feel.s according to the weatherman messhalls, and the Starke mess- signed to train recruits as well basing his candidacy on a platI .
will each play a rained-out game that this is commendable sInce it and 70-odd sweating members men have not disappointed him to 'in to offer refresher courses forifricers I I form of "striving/ to make Starka
with I of the Slarke National GuanJ] date Mess Steward Seebcr' D. slrendy In I the serviceA I
t National Guard when the I was Starke's first season In the I'' a larger and more pronperouir
; unit returns from summer en league and all other teams had Company are ready to back him Out"4 Goodman. together/ with Sgt! maximum. of 25 men is taken town and ale o a cleaner. and mored"t'ent
up. Theodore Tioodge and thx inrsj for ouch :.lo-d.-iv "..rlo". Mr. Me-
campment. the edge on the local lads In experlence. ; place In which to live"
If Btsrgs &: Baker wins Its game; I j I The temperature hovered at thi personnel already mentioned have .aiKhlin said. The first I tl.tsa: wait Me has been a resident of Stark
with National Guard It will then The Starke team .won 2 of its 'century mark nearly every dav: 'outdone themselves In furnishlnk completed, '' at the end l of July. and | for the pl1ll1 t 18 years and since

met Robbins for the championship 8 regular games and won 1 In the during the first week of training,, good, clean wholesome food for the second, group Is now In training j 1910 has been local agent for
r of the second half. If B &: conference Gainesville won the and a Columbia news photographer the men of the Sturke and Gainesville At t the end of the present Central Truck Linen.

B loses to N. G., then Robblns league championship with OcalaIn snapped a tankman from organizations. class the school will be closed un- ,

r with 4 wins-and 1 loss. wlil; auto- second place, Starke third and the Georgia part of the 48th Division Monday was a day An the range tliltter hunting/ season tho Funeral
; matically win the second half. B Lake Butler fourth. frying eggs on the side of for Headquarters and speaker said< since' nil personnelwill 1 TuesdayFor

&: B took the first half with 5 The Junior team Is sponsored hi* tank. e Company be busy with regular duties. 'I J. Ray Colley
f consecutive wins. jointly by the American Legion In spite of the gruelling heat y.e' men who had not previously fired during that pt>rl"'l. The Blandlng
there have been of their weapons were given an opportunity School will bo resumed next John Ray 47 dIed ..
The all-star team, picked in a and the Andrews Motor Co. no cases sunstroke THAT DIRT'S: HOT! If ynti don't Iwllevn It Jimt. ask lUrrult V'ernr.n to fnmlharue: inemselvea i I Colley suddenly
( :recent poll of fans. 1 III as follows: or exhaustion in the March and will continue on a Saturday evening/ following
r Manager A. B. Baker; Pitcher. Starke unit and Company Commander I.. Starling a* he lien prone on the rifle range to receive InstrurtlonIn with their basic weapon. Since permanent basis. I la I heart attack at his home near

Ned Yancy; lb. Richard Ray; 2b I ADDRESSESOF I i Capt. Hugh B. Ingram, the proper method of "zeroing", from hU. ..o..h.'HI{'. ... T Kirkland.. then the company has gone about Mr McLauchlfn stat..d that I Jacksonville Beach. Me was born

Paul Dinklns. 3b, Wool Cains; as, INTEREST hasten to assure anxious rela -- --- -- its normal- functions- of-- service-.. asa Floridawildlife Is worth millions I In \Vllll ton on February 10. 1902

Ernest Wells; c, Jack Wainwright i I' lives of the younger men that although full three hours dormer than they i'< dorf. Jr.. went to work Immediately -, headquarters company and, In of! ,dollars to the State the son of the late J. Frank and

; outfielders. Chas. Dinklns, The following new, renewal, and i the training they are undergoing wore supposed to be You can and by lunch time had completed addition the company has trained nunlly since thousands of an-I. Lydia Robinson Colluy. of Stal k,'
James Hobbs, Marion Warren. change of addresses received by |I is definitely tough; and Imagine the groans and moans Its telephone net. Corp. some Individuals formally. All urn attracted here by the For the past several month he
the: Telegraph will be of interest the discipline sonvelimes hard to of the surprised Bradford County James B Godwin working with men In the company get soma on- hunting snd fishing Therefore had, been operating a business onthe

Dance At to friends: adjust to. the Starke men are complement. Hciltzendorf on thl* phase, finished the-Job training. I the conservation. and proper use I!, Jacksonville Beach road. He

Armory H. W. Prlngle 102 Clayton acquitting themselves admirably.The The advance detachment (already 1- orientating his telephone operators Fcr some It was a new experience of Its game III of great economic I. was a member of the Methodist

Saturday NightIt R ad. Auburndale Fla. traditional GI haircut .seems In camp) had expected. the almost at the same time. when company officers held Importance to the State, the Church and the Brotherhood of

Mrs. C. E. Mattlx. 124 Levee St.. to be one popular way of tryingto company at 7 o'clock and were I This completed the most Important their first scheduled Inspection on speaker said. I I Locomotive Firemen & Engineers.Survivors .
was announced ViLe week that Brownsville. Texas. beat the heat and Billy Smith still In bed when the unit detrained I part of the communication Include three children

the American Legion Post No. 56 Mrs. S. F. Morgan. Rt. 2, care Charles Cooley, Jame Phillip, and It was some time before platoon's work at this Initial Tuesday Lack of experience In R. M. Oliver Dies Shirley Colley of Washington) D.
will sponsor a big round and of R. L. Johns Lake Butler. and Carl Carter are notable a- Capt. Bernreuter and Sgt. 1-c stage and made possible contact: preparation wa the only deficiency I C., and Frances and Jerome Frank

square dance st the armory next M. E. Gauvert. 363 Holly St., mong those who have let the barber Kirkland could be notified. They with the outside world. and steps were Immedi- Funeral services for Raymond Colley of Starke.
Saturday night August 6. begin- Apt. 31, Vallejo. Calif. shoot the work In giving responded almost Immediately The fact that all sections were ately taken to teach the new men Melvin Oliver, SI, who died Tuea-| Funeral services were held In
ning at 8OO: o'clock. Uncle Ott Mr. Elsie Hall 2006 W. University them a cooling crew crop. NowIf and soon the Starke contingent operating at full blast Sunday how to participate In an Inapec- i I day July 26, at his home In the Starke Methodist Church

and his Florida Troubadour., the Ave. Gainesville, Fla. I they could just find a remedy was sitting down to a breakfast night wa significant. It provedto tion. : Whitehouse, were held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock

popular band which has hereto- Mrs. M. Mobley, Box 182, Fern- for those blisters on their heels. prepared by Clarence M. Reddish the company commander and Lt Col. Robert B. Harknes. Thursday afternoon In the White- with Rev. J. R. Hill and Kev. .7.

fore played for the Legion" dances andlna. Fla. they'd be fairly comfortable.The Robert B. Crosby and two men j other ofilcers and I popular battalion command'r, has house Baptist/ Church. Interment B. Dixon officiating. Interment
will furnish the music. Alao 01 Mrs.. I'at Langd.Ue. Waldo. Fla. train trip up WAS enjoyable, from the Gainesville company. !I sioned officers of non.commls'l expressed himself a* well pleased Was In the Riverside Memorial was In the family plot in Crosby

hand will be fifteen "beautiful l , hostesses" to see to It that every <'.\HI) ()*' THANKS ( I i slightly on the fftrm side. milk for every man was the bill |off. It also proved that the I phase of the encampment. Oliver was a lifelong resident of Jones In charge of arrangements.

body who come will bave a partner Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns and ,j'Through some schedule mlxup the of fare acid bill of fare disappearing Starke unit has an enthusiastic 1 The unit will begin Its return Duval County, and among his survivor Active: pall bearers were II. V.

and get to dance. AH! of the f.mlly wish to thank their many i astonished Storks Guardsmenwere Immediately' if not sooner. |group of men. Guardsman' who trip: to Starke this Saturday aft- are his mother. Mr*. Mary ;I Knight Charley E. Johns W. Ka->>

patrons of these! Legion Dancesare friends for the lovely floral offerings rudely awakened at 4:30: o' The first day was utilized in had never attended camp before I irnoon and I 1.8 scheduled to arrive Alice Oliver; a sister Mrs. J. E. gait Smith, .1. L. Anderson Freeman -

cordially Invited and the gen. and kindnesses shown during ,clock Sunday morning and found camp Installation The wire section pitched In as If they had been set back home Sunday morning at Brown and a brother.V.. J. Register. Sr., and N. D.

eral public U urged to attend. their recent bereavement. themselves shuttled into camp a led by Corp. B. C. Holtzen-I ting up encampments all their I 9.37 Oliver all of Starke. i Wainwright Jr.Fl .

FRIDAY, AUGUST;! 3, 11111

I HldsNntlre tired with 1.1' foot mollb, ,
the Methodist Church closed last. Cell f..r that the ... toe use with exleti.s,

Bradford County Telegraph Friday. On Thursday evening the! Hoard. at Conoty I. h..r"I('"rnnI."r given qllll"nl'nt of the I\ollrd. and w 1(1.Inli" .

BROODER children and their parents and 11I..Hord. County. Florlda. will reo not less than 5,040 in'"'".

(L friends met at the church for a ,,, ... "AI..I hide .1I11t11 10.ne. A.I.nn ; be delivered al tctnrko, I".IIII. n
ESTABLISHED 1879 E, L, MATTHEWS, OWNER.EDITOR lIy Iva Mae Lewis.. .1. I..n.o I In three days from accept' ,
members ot the r,. I9U. for Ih'
by !
program all bide
utnth, In 1II4h bid. Address to I 1"ouull'aultty .'
from "
r-toIIAII. Every Friday and Entered M1ass Broad 8'hool. Before the program a hy II U. lessee' -f"r, months I ti,,,'ni de. 'oll"tll""lotl..re, rot ,
Matter at the Poet Office at Stark FIaMEMBER Katherine Harrell III vllllting served on the for ,'1..nC'. ..11.1) thl! ('Jr"1I1t Court, Stake. Flut.ii. ",
was Ityn
pot-luck supper ) aidhI tptdi .
the ,
jtiis4mh nil guard reserves right n.anY
1 "
relatives in St. Petersburg on a church. lIoar.1 t. ,. and all bids, and\ I
front lawn at the hi .. I the "Pur' hasCprlca "
d Lrira Burgess lo two weeks vacation rased' "Pa r..llowl"01 upon 010lpnten'/ t, "'I..I"ollt" ot the Hoard' 'a, I:
({J) 1949alscdptlon r Mrs Charles Hardy ot Starke Visitors at the L. H. Hall. home co-wit.' "f use Ihr new! ur, .11.hl"! used\ 111"1",1. lly order or said II ,''II
--- POMCA. WE5R.;::==:::SIt during the week were 1\11''. and In new en.11110". and ,'"rrYIIlI sit ne this July U. 151R' .
visited her sister Mrs. Roy Green 10'111111111' H. o. lIarr..II, Chilli'' .
$3.30 Annually $IJSO For Six Mon flu I \\I"'l'1'ln I.weleeme! In Angustwllh will be some time yet. Saturday morning. I Mrs. Wm Freund and son Billy and g.r. 1 "W."0"11'.11.,1.' rubber" I 1.29 3t 5.12STARKE u

its. 1'001 sunny days realizing IIERE'S A IIOT WEATHER l\lr. and Mrs. C. C. Det's at and Larry, of Jacksonville I

that ,summer Is winging to ,aclose. SALAD: Chop 1 cup carrots, 1 Branford visited 1\(1' and Mrs O. SIr. and Mrs, W. H, Jones and

diced apple 1-2 cup diced celery W. Barry SundllY. I children Sandra Lou Nangela and

Coolness and cloud and the 1.2 cup raisins 1-2 cup chopped Little Ray Oano of Oainesvllle Bill of SL Augustine.Mr. JERSEY DAIRY

crickets steadily singing; pecan meats, a little salt and tOM is vllllting his grandparents Mr and Mrs. A, H. Harley Mr
DRr together with mayonnalae. Chill, and Mrs. D. B. Harley and S. CHarley .
V a August and twilight over a and Mrs. R. F. Oano a few days
sYOR serve on lettuce leaf.All attended the funeral ot
climbing road. Mrs Lloyd Barry was shopping "A" MILK
for now, be thinking 01' all A. H. Harley's brother In South GRADE
In OalneRvllle morning
The hall need or the spendthrift Saturday
day of you. Carolina last weekend. Miss Mat.
Walden and two
Mrs. Ruby
: NEwnOOR'S IIE\I.TII golden-red flinging -Love, Lura.P. children ot Wildwood visited Mr. tie Harley 01' Jacksonville and Delivered To Your Step
Sun across field where yellter.day's S. Isn't the new heading prettty Sumter Harley of Oainesvllle ac-
Your neighbor' health III your problem and your health III his. morning glowed. and clever? Thanks, Editor, and MI'II. Charlie elley last week- companied them to South Caro-

Funny to BOY "health Is 1& problem" because It becomes a "problem" When does a season turn a Makes me happy. Whoopee! end. lina. Pasteurized -:- Homogenized
only when it Is lacking.. There 18 no greater bllUlalng than good ? Mrs, Eldon Hardy and daughter -
page or corner Paul Dinkins, who is employt'dIn
beaJth Much ot It, however, depcndll on your good sense and good AWn BallouIt 01' Starke visited Mr and Mrs. Georgia spent Sunday here IWI>\' NEWSO\I: Owner

_sgement, All ot us 10lle when we are III. Time lost. Is money boat SUNNYBROOKny O. W. Barry Saturday morning, with his family
Mrs Ressie Carlton and daughter -I
Is August and summer fast
ADd perhaps a doctor or hospital bill l be necellllary. .
Friends of Mrs O. W. Roberts,
tD clo..e.. These days Sarah visited MI'. and Mrs.
drawing a Wancla
salesman travelled from Mexico to New C'ro"byMr.
About three years ago a Mike TIIRhman in Gainesville a wh( Is a patient In St. Vincent'sHo..pltal
lovely. We have had some
are ao
Turk City. He topped along the route. Hc stayed In a hotel In New heat, but this morning It III delightfully few days last week. I Jacksonville will be glad CONWAY'S SERVICE STATION
York City, I-Ie became ui and wa taken tD a hoepital I-Ie had and Mra. Floyd R. Crosby to know that she Is Improving
cool. It Is coudy.! \Ve Mrs. Myrtice Lewis of St.
_II-pox. The people he set next to on the bUll, the bellhop In the had a shower at dawn this mornlqg. and children attended the sing at Petersburg Is visiting Mr. and rapidly and expects to( bll home! AMOCO Gas & Oil Electric Welding

lintel the dozens ot people he came In contact with, even the people August and twilight over a Jacksonville Saturday night and Mrs. Charlie Kelly a few days. soon

In the h08pltal, did not know that they were being endangered, never climbing road the poet says In the were supper guests ot Mr. and Mr and Mrs William Dukes of Rev. A. Julian Ruff 01' Jackson.yule Washing Greasing Tires. Tubes &; Batteries Are

would have known perhaps until they tell 111. Many would have died above poem. Last evening Don Mrs. Kenneth Stokes.Mr. Lake Butler vetted Mr and Mr. presented a motion picture, Sold on nrDOfo PL.\N.

(a few did) It the U. S. Public Health and New York City Health took me over to South Sioux City and Mrs. Pat McKnabb and Junior Dukes Sunday, "A Crown Of Thorns" at the PHONE In FOR SERVICE

Department workers had not been on the job and act to walk Immediately. on a call. Since I do not go about Donald Driggers of Lake Butler ,Mr, and Mrs. R. K. Duke ot Methodist Church last Tuesday

Several million people were vaccinated agalnllt small-pox much, all my work keeps me were vllllting Mr and Mrs. J. R. Dukes visited Mr and Mr Hay evening RIDE FLORIDA GREYHOUND BUSSES

Within a few days Tt was a terrific job but It stopped an epidemic here at home. 1 ao enjoy a short Kelly Friday and were accom- Green Sunday afternoon.Mr. The C. R. Whitehead and D. B. SPEED S.FE1COMJo'OItT: ECONOMYLEARN :
ride or walk when I am tree to panied home by their niece Mills and Mra. Resale Coillon Thomas families recently returned
which might have put the old scourges of history in a dim light.F'beple .
do ao. 1 put on .my beet white Kathryn Kelly are spending this week at Santa home after an extended vacation
live closer together they mingle more because it Is quicker and dress, which ill a sort ot cream Mr. and MrB. M. L. Conner and Fe Lake.Mr "spent' In Hot Springs, Ark.. and TO FLY tile easy uay. Pay a

ruler to get about. That makes it easier for contagious disease to color silk. The evening wa quite daughter Janice, were vllllting and Mrs. wm Andrews of other places of interest in the charter trips and
learn. Special sightseeing
get about, too.porlthately. hot when 1 dressed. but once in relatives in Miami last week. New River were dinner guests of vest. you

our knowledge and our health agencies have quick. the Deaoto we glided along and I Mr and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Mrs Lillie Cone and son. Clyde, I trips by .appointment. Phone 117

hoed their pace too. Local, county state and federal health agencies wa nice and cool. Going over 1 Mr, and Mrs Lem Brown were Wednesday, I

Ire ready and anxious to aid you In your job of keeping or regaining could not help but think 01' the visiting Howard Brown In Or- Mrs. Rosa Plnholster visited ),ir.1 RISING

your health They can 110 little without your help, and your nt'lghbor's : dear lady who had passed away lando Sunday and Mrs. Lee Green In oalneSVllle

-Jp.. and worked so hard seventeenyears Mrs Loran Conner and daughter .. last week. Ry.1': '', Edward Norman

Next week you are invited by your county }jtealth unit to have a chlldrt'n.a widow But coming and reared back eight Don Peggy returned to Sylvester, Mrs.01' Oainesvllle Mike Tilghman visited and her children par-- R. B. ALVAREZ & SON T STORAGE COD
free! chest X-ray. A few minutes invested will pay you big dividends stopped for ice cream and took ? and were accompanied ents, Mr. and 1\Irs. S. M. Mott, j Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Norman
Mr and Mrs. Wilton
by Conner
I'lL Ole first place. X-rays are expensive this Is free When you find me thru Dakota City. I had never Vednesday.Mr. spent the weekend with their parents -

that' you have healthy lungs, you will throw out your cheat, take aIkep been thru there and the sun wall I and daughter, Evon. I and Mrs. H. L. Hler visited Mr and Mrs. Edward Nor !:!':> We operate loea!
Mr and Mrs William
breath and say "I knew there wa nothing the matter with me." setting all we came closer to home Crosby relatives In Jacksonville last I man. 11. long distance
and children and Clinton Norman
But you dJdn't know because early tuberculosis doean't have noticeable and the lovely hllla In which we week. James Norman of Columbus,
symptDIt"A and you have no way ot knowing whether or not thegerm live. It was a beautiful sight and were visiting Mr and Mrs Leland Mrs Frank Polk of Trenton Is I Ga., and Mr and Mrs. Elam Lewis c;;:)) anywhere tq u.s.
Brallier and Mrs. Vera Alston In Mr and Mr. Russ i ot StRl'ke were visiting Mr. and
I loved every moment ot the drive.I visiting Buddy
Is doing you damage until It has made a lot ot headway. Lake Butler Sunday.Mrs. II EXCELLENTSTORAOE
this week. Mrs Edward Norman
thought ot the poem sent to mp Sunday
Some people ay: "It I have tuberculosis 1 don't want to know Ed Tenly, ot Starke and
by Mrs. Ara Moltt of Starke. Here I Mrs Maggie Norman and
rt". This Is stupid and ostrich-like. There Is no illness that Is easier It l is: two 'missionary, workers, Miss ', MISCELLANEOUS! SHOW ER
J granddaughter, Joann Norman re-
to handle or even pleasanter to cUre than tuberculOlll In the early Helen Masters and MI8S Betty I Mrs. Cecil Davis was honored FACILITIES

aq..... You rest and eat good food perhaps you will need some further 1 stood one morning on a hill Mahoy met with the ladies at with a miscellaneous shower turned home Sunday after a

treatment, but essentially the "cure" Is rest and good toad. When flown.shadow of the night had Corinth Church Friday for a Thursday July 28. at the Cornmunity ,week's visit with her daughter Agents ForDeleher -

WMU study course. I Center The Center was Mrs] Laura Jackson, In Jacksonville -
Sbould you be Infected knowing it and doing the proper thing And there upon earth's carpet beautifully decorated with pink' Sunday they visited Math See us first I

will protect your children from becoming Infected. Tuberculosis Is not green, and white zinnias and roses were ': I Sapp ot Lake Butler Mr Sapps Bros.

a dtBt'ase that you pick up like a cold. Constant contact over a long 1 knew thAt I was not alone. placed becomingly around the I very ill with pneumonia. WI

perlod of time Is necessary to let It get atarted. That Is ,why we ere The sky :was blue the breeze THERESSAny room. A large crowd attended I'wish him a speedy recovery .

It repeated In famlllea 80 often. You owe It to your children tD protect cool, Iberia Gnann and the honoree received many I

them The dew wall glistening on the useful gifts. Exciting games were

1011I'The neighbors Bradford pay Health for It with Department your taxes.Is your Help department it tD help you.; you Make and There trees.spoke a voice into my HOPE The' Hope'U..R'II Baptist IIONEMING Church: here playt'd.Emery Pink lemonade Law Prizes, and were and Mrs.won cookies Davis by were Mrs. HOME TAR L I N G STARKE

I date with your neighbor and go together to find whether or not you "Thill soul is Ood's Temple, all ofthese. had a tine Homecoming/ last Sunday served by the hostesses. Mrs L. S S

lave healthy lungs, ." The Reverends 1-1. E. Rhld- A, Mott Mrs. M. D. Harrell, Mrs. OWNED FLORIDA

I felt the nearness to the One enour and S. E. Sparks spoke In H. C. Douglas, Mrs. Guy Harrell

NEW TAXES RUOt'LO 01'': IiMITED TO PROVEN' NEEDS' Who fashioned all things 1nsight. a program which had been left,,I Miss Betty. Long and Miss Helen Grocery & Market

With a special session ot the Legislature looming in September open to past pastol'8. Some. out- Barry

.. for the purpose 01' passing tax measures to meet the Statli's appropri- I kneeled and worshipped at oC-town Hall visitors were Mrs. Elsie r, WEEK ENDING AUGUST 6, 1919
and Johnnie
atM, bill the Florida Taxpayers Association Is asking for an answer thlll shrine grandchildren
and Ronnie Zc.bedp6. Rachel i WE RESERVE TilE RIGHT TO LIMIT: QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry Streets
to three questions: I knew that everything wad
SallRer, Mr and Mrs. J. R. Kelly, .
1. Since' the special committees named to work out the tax program right. Mr and Mr. Floyd Crosby and The .
great :1Inerican
.. II. Fetch c
have apparently been packed with sales taxerM, are' they again Perhaps that Is the reason one family, Mr and Mrs! O. J. Phd-
loves the out-of donrs.. It also laOoll'a
going to propose and Is the Governor again going to accept another lips and chlldrE'n. Mr. and Mra.HOI.uct I CORNED Only .
Temple Look always about I SturiinK'.j'ould :
$100.00,0.000 'poor man's Income tax' which theRe same leglslators and MIRS Debby Phillip. The Lnwley City Council met .
you for bendy It III tht'rt' In \\ Dare Such
at the session and I which would raise about regular session Monday night
pushed regular < twice
\lUH'T Tilt "'OIU.U: Letter Mr, and Mrs. C. Sullivan ,were at 8 o'clock with Councilmen H.u.II..y I A Price!
as much as even the wildest claims of'nred' ? 2 i
from, Foaey Thompson In New visiting relatives' last week In St. Shuford, Dnisins! and Futch
2. Will! new revenue proposals. again include unnecellllary State. Zealand They are having winter Ptersburg. IpreAent. Absent: Councilman I

aid handouts ot $30 to 150 mllllns( to city, county and state politicians there. which la always mll.t. Miss\ Sylvia Mulligan\ \ and. her \Vall. Regulllr business was trans- BEEF Per Can

without any vote( ot taxpayers and without legally required city reports .! Something like Flol'IIIII. She sent brother, Glen are visiting their acted.

to the Comptroller --- the same objt'ctlonable provlllion that me a pretty daily grandparents Mr. and 1'o1l's. A. L. The Baptist Church and Sunday

these legislators tied In with every sales tax bill? I' ABOUT FUHUU.\I: The Walter Sullivan here I School held their annual lee (LIMIT. 2))
(' I It'
Lange at Lutz write had the church lawn
they a cream on
Delores supper
3. Is any effort going tD be made. to help honest taxpayers by Cloversettle Is In Jacksonville
nice rnln. Just before that It last After
was Friday night playing
requiring" cities\ and counties to do a fair and legal job ot equalizing! t'Aso dry they had a and atorm. visiting her aunt 1111's. C. games refreshments ot Ice cream I Red Bow 12 mI!:. pkl Western Chuck lb.

valuations and reducing millage rates In proportion to any increase In (.1.Y HILL: I.otll of nice let.tl'ra. R Manlre. and homemade cake were "ervl'd.Mrs. Great Northern BEANS 9c BEEF ROAST - 39c

total valuation ? 1111'. and Mrll. Carson Griffis Marlon Hall Is In Jacksonville Warren and son Marvin

The Taxpayers Association points out that just before the legislative took supper Tuesday evening visiting relatives. are visiting relatives In Columbia

session. Governor Warren commendably joined with the Senate with her pllrl'nt 1111'. and Mrs.Brooksle Mr and Mrs. Dan Rolley an- SL 1\fathew. and Denmark, S. C.. LARD 25 lb. can 3.95 Bla k-eye PEAS lb. 9c
nounce the birth 01 a doughter ,
1\Io..l..y.\ Lorene Pad- : this wet'k. ,
Ilettse tax survey committee In calling for a State Tax Commission. to
she Hall. Patricia Ann, on July 25 at Glen- Mrs. John C. and chlldren
grtt -
enjoys Clay Courat'Y
equalize valuations throughout the State, but no effort was made to say dalll In Palatka. '" III.VIor YfoI; :LOW nOSE BEST MONEY; CAN BUY
news. Be glad ,when school begins. Hospital returned to their home In
press this measure through the Legislature,
They had a Revival meeting Miss Florrie Onann spent Thursday Atlanta, Oa. last -we..k after
The Association believes that a genuinely non-political State! Tax several I nights at the Clay HIIIchurch. with her aunts, Mrs 1C.. spending some time here with the

"VlWnllllllon would assure! ample new revenue for schools cities, and Letter from Mildred Sweeney and 1\Irs. C. L. May\ In L. H. I-Ulls.

:ounlie, and actually reduce high tax rates at the same time Sculley. Says brother George has Hampton. Moss June Bullard of Jacksonville -

-raxpayt'rs should tell their good Legislators it they are going tD I a cor. He l is sixteen now Mildred Miss Norma Sweeney and Miss\ Is the guest or Miss Esther FLOUR25

take the blame for new taxes In this time ot recession, they should will be(; In the 7th grade this next Martha Horne Were visiting Shurord this week. 148Blue

want to be sure they are only for the PROVEN' needs ot schools and school term. Mr and Mrs. Alton friends here last Thursday 1\I1IIs Lou Edwards ot Jacksonville -
Mosley received set ot dishes the weekend with her
(aRdfare department, and that they are NOT political handouts to A asa Mrs L. R. Cooper of Jacksonville spent
wedding present from her! sinter parents, Mr. and Mn. Will Ed- .
.etUrS and counties to cover up the Inadequate and unfair job some of and her sister, Lucille, ofBaltimore
1\11'8.\ John Crlnjf in Miami.So wards
them doing In their tax field Association main.talss Md.. were visiting
are own huge the -
happy tD hell that Bud and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Walnwrightand
pointing to at least 8 billions worth ot taxable property in the' Nellie Wilkinson have 'I1".oved back Mrs Delaney Dickenson and son ot Gainesville were visiting .
daughter Grace last I
,.1.&te, of which less than 3 billions Is having to bear the entire burden to their farm at Clay HIII Daughter \ Friday.Mr. here last Monday
and Mrs C. ot Macon
Spl'er ,
Louise and hubby Floyd Johns. Mrs. Kathryn Teare and 1\11'8 I Old South 6 cans
00., were visiting their relatives
'\\O'oiUF..Jt: 110' lt.N'residents In the area, just outside the takes! care of the store and tllllnl Mr and Jlln. James Swjndt'li and Hubert Priest and Lorraine Priest Rose 12/2c ORANGE JUICE 2 for -L 15c
station at HUJh. 1 unde..tandthRt business visitors to Oainesvllle ,
city limits ot Starke read the article In last WE'E'k's Telegraph warning son and H. E. McGee last week I were
Diem to make arrangements ,with the City it they want and expect Mr Nash. is. coming/ back to Mrs\ James Swlndl'll and Mr Thursday of last wel'k.
teach at 11111. He Bible School atSooo Heinz Food 3 for 29c
Clay always Vacation
The Baby FLIT
of need! anti 1 Mrs C. Sliver 13c
fire lighting equipment to come tD their assistance In time knows how happy that makes nil' Speer were : pI. ; qt. 24c

tats doubt a majority read the article -- but we wonder how many For ht is. R good teachc That Springs visitors Thursday. I
? It Is human nature to off matters ,I I Mr and Mrs B. F Geiger were
have acted on this advice just put makes three! good teaehl'rll. Mr.
''or thllI kind until the actual emergency arises, and then It might bft Maxwell, Miss" Wood and Mr.Nash. /uellts of Mrs. Delaney Dickenson I This pedal
I Monday .
'tor late. This Is a very serious setter to the property owner allll one :> 1 can just close my eyes
Mr. allli Mrs. F C. Cross and 1Iore: Time"
'that should be attended\ to without further delay I end sea all the loved corners and Mr and 1\11'8. Edison Steel ot r

I the palmetto across the road. The! Griffin, al.. and JIll' and :Mrs !\t.\
fOMGlLT'LATHINS' to the Rotary Club of Keystone Heights! j I oak trees .end. the young holly Caatlebury andason. Wayne, Fryers FreshDressed

though' one ot the nClAest clubs In the great Rotary organization, It I tree Mr. Nash set out. 1 want ot Cordele. Oa.. were guests ofMr

tits walked oft with many outstanding honors during Its first year of them all so much. to be happy and and 1\lra. C. Cochran,

IXfJrtence one 01' which was an award for having the:> beet attendam. I t know the children will Il'arn. J. O. Squire visited Mrll. De.laney -
Still children MI'8. James
" ., ,cord of any club In the district during the past )ear. No ore Htrl'klan.1 my had a blrthd"yst Dlck.'nllon and family Sun- lb.
calibre ot its membership! and thedilll.lngul8hed day.
ganizaUon Is any better than the Sunday She la. a year lounger
record of the Keystone club to date IIp'aks well for the i han I am I love Betty She Is Mrll. Bill Wolf and daughter,

type; of". leadership in our neighboring city "on beautiful LakeGeneva II I I new Carter to board babies has. the a at boy tea'herB.Clay and 11111.one Several ot Lillie my Orace.ellsa Carol laney last Dickenson 01'. Keystone week visiting and were Mrs.daughter In Ther-De- SNUFF, 3 for 25c I Osceola CORN, 2 for 29c

girls that laced! to be LuvenlaKillingsworth I You Can'tSTRETCH
The revival at the Hope Baptist

Don't Let Summer Static I has a boy und another Church here began Monday night I FACTORY
girl taught Minnie Pad-
at 8 o'clock with Rev. Hogarth''
gett married someone near Mid- PACKED!

INTERFERE With Your I dleburg and.has aU a of baby them boy! Congratulations. If CIRCI IT rOI NT, Hit U"'Olnl A $5,000 Fire Policy to R Stuke's r.r.at.

flF.I.I'foTL 111NTet: When peel- Con CRRY STY'. F"'UUU'I I'll' 11111_ $10,000 Loul est & Lowest 29
I Ing tomatoes first run the! back Trula T..cru. ITUnt.r Ptalnuft. vs. Price!

RADIO ENJOYMENT i ot the knife over the tomato to Case n.rb.rt NB,Loo..mon 7404.GRPEn. Hunter, D.tendant *
; loosen the skin. Then peel. Here 0'" 1'1'R'r..f'TIO-l:

lis a use for your old flat Iron.'at STATE Asn OF'NOTI'R FlaIlina! Tn AI'I'h\lt to Herbert Get Our Inventory Booklet 5 Pounds

Demonstration : Clay HIli now that you will Boon Hunter whose re.tdsnce
ASK for have electric and md..r.. .le to Pas, liellvla.. Johns
Give them a You Charley E.
F M In your are reqlllr..t to appear nn
: coat of paint and use 8iI door- August 13110. 1"9 In the above

CI FREE home .tops. named pl.I"Clft Court aeeks and dlyorce cause. Hradtordl wherein Agency Don't Forget! At Starling' yoU get tickets.for the

:, It Is lUll cloudy. 1 received 3:5: nnnty TN grah shall this Pheas IS STARKE I"LA.
cards and Ord.r 'I In next four ..:1':1 i..ues. Appreciation Day Drawings!
a of handkerchiefs
C. SHEPHERD 1YItn..s n.r hand and offl..I.1 seal II .
CHAS. from I1\Iy near neighbors for at a-Ilarkll, Florida. this July 1I1h.

my birthday No word aa yet from .1940tWFV'L" 'I. AR.1L' ) ". J Thamaa' (.1.tI. AGNES THOMAS: ALTON DOBBS JOE S.
AT GAY'S SERVICE STATION, Madison: & Court StB, the Veterans Hospital to say I Al CI.rk; or' said Court: .. .." Cashier STARLING
Rr haven O.
Crosby C. Market
com" My back la better 1 wish Chan. n. H.... 104.0 Guaranty Llf. "._.. .,.THE TRAVELERS. Hartfoe&l Manager' OC'nC'raJI.n..r! :
PRONE 10 I did not have to leave Perhaps Bldg nYllle. .
.. Ally: for"r t, "ltU H 1.1


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City Gets Many Letters Of Appreciation '

I For Courtesy Shown Traffic Violators HereThe I

City of Starke is receiving Chief of Police
Are You Between 15 ?

many favorable expressing letters appreciation from motorists for- Dear Stark Mr., Fla.Chief: and 44

This is to thank you for drop-
the "Courtesy Cards"
the ping: the fickle in the parking
city places on first offenders of meter last Saturday. I kept the

the local parking: meter ordinance. card which I hadn't read carefully -

ment meter Under officer for this the puts system offender a nlckle the and enforce-in leaves the write journey.Just, unfortunately you now when when I I got Intending finished around my to to Are You AFR AID To G et A Chest X-Ray?

him a card, stating: what he has my correspondence, I carefullyread

done and requesting that he present that Courtesy card. I think

the card and five cents to''I'your system In Starke la unusually -

any police officer. I kind and intelligent. We A great many people hesitate' to have a chest least loss of time from your work. of Til every )'ear.

The following letter Is typicalof have St.a Petersburg tough lot of and traffic it Is boysIn refreshing X-ray because they are afraid of yhat it may show. On the other hand if you should happen to have Which is! better? To know the truth now and. if

those -being received by the to meet come courtesy.I Anybody can understand this fear and sympaearly Tit now and not find it out what will\ happen? it I is unwelcome to cure the trouble in the least

City: | am. enclosing two three-cent thize with it. You will KO: on living in a fool's paradise for a few possible time, with the least possible hardship on the

June 161 Pearl 29 1019.Street I stamps,Yours and thanking respectfully' you again. Hut look at the whole thing from the right angle months, maybe for a year or two. THEN the disease family or to close jour eyes now and multiply the

Corning:, N. Y. Leroy N. Kllman think of ALL the facts.: !' may be so far advanced that it will t take n long long difficulty and hardship( many many times a little ,"

If the X-ray shows that you have tuberculosis! time to cure and it may even be that there can be later? Think' it o>'er. \

r in its early stages, IT CAN HE CURED) with the no cure. About 50,000/ people in the United States die .


By Mr. Br)'\Miitflclcl

1 I .r I

Starke Fla. July 25. l&JO, The mythical stork hovered overa Although at no age are you safe from tuberculosis, you should know that during -
TO WHOM IT :MAY CONCERN: ) pretty party scene Thursday
afternoon' July 23, when :Mrs. the 15 through 44 TB leads all other diseases the of death. It
Well--the City of Starke and its Richard Markham and Mrs. Morris o years as cause

mayor have succeeded! In closing I co-hostesses, at th
Barton were :
our Thursday and Saturday night home of the latter honoring :Mrs., NEEDN'T It SHOULDN'T It WON'T if YOU take this simple, sure
Round and Square dances What! Lloyd Suggs of Starke with a .
now have you planned for the I shower Seasonal flowers added protection. Early TB usually has no symptoms you can see. Only an X-ray can

beauty to the living and dining
young people of this county to do? I rooms whore the many guests give you the "inside story"! Surely you cats spare a few minutes for a FREE X-

The dances were .doing no harm were seated and the piece de resistance -

to anyone. They were carried on I' among the decorationswas \". ray while this service is being offered by the State Board of Health. You'll)) be

In decent an artistic decorated umbrella -
a respectable way.
that held the gifts. In contests glad did. .
It was better for the parentsto you
that mere in keeping/ with the
know where their girls and
chosen motif Mrs John Godwin t
boys were going Instead of over
Mrs. C. D. Sellers and Mrs. A. C
half of them roaming the streets
Dowlln were prize winners. Refreshments
and finding trouble to get into.
consisted of sand
It seems as though every county -
wiches and cake with Coca-Colas.
tries to provide some recreation f

Starke.for Why Its young don't you people try but to BIRTHS Mr. and; ANNOI'.NCKO Mrs.. Lewis.. Tyre an- This year about 50,000 people will die of tuberculosis. A half million people are estimated to have

close the picture shows also then nounce the birth of a son, Jackie
you would have this ghost town Lewis on July 25. active tuberculosis at this time, but only 50 percent are known to health authorities. Tuberculosisis

just where you want it? T-Sfjt.: Jack D. Bradley and

It seems. as though some of the Mrs. Bradley of Merced. Calif., announce .
main people behind the closing of the birth of their second contagious. No one is safe from infection. Tuberculosis costs the United States 40,000,000 man-

these dances are nothing but In.toxlrntors daughter Jean Louise, on July 26.

and are trying to judge Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley ot' days, and forTB Hospital maintenance alone, more than $100 million in taxes annually 1
everyone else by themselves. They the Farm are the paternal grand
can't stand to see the young parents of the little newcomer.

people (as well as. the old) havea
Spanky McLendon has been
good time In a decent way.
visiting his grandparents Mr. and
We can't understand why
people Mrs. L. B. McLcndnn, In Jackson

run Now like the that this City you should of Starke.have be our allowed tilde of to Doris ville Mrs.since Clopton G.Friday S. of Clopton Jacksonville of last and week.Miss are Wipe out T. B. and Help Lower Taxes in Bradford County

the story what do you Intend to .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan
do about it? Can you give ua an Whitfielcl.,! .

answer(Signed: ? )PEOPLE SOME, ; INTKRKSTKI110ITNO OF BRAIJ- Mrs Mrs.Following R.Rudy. P. n McDonaig McLendon visit with" and Mr.Mr.their and anj DID YOU KONW THAT $4,000 IS APPROPRIATED IN BRADFORD COUNTY'S NEW

IORI1 {'()l'NTV! young son have returned to their

Dyal Helen Leslie Adklns Marie Thomas., Inez Roberts Ruby Green Crews Lucille Betty home McLendon accompanied in Dunnellon.and the'Tommie McDonalds Mr.McLendon and Mrs.to BUDGET FOR THE CARE OF TUBERCULAR PATIENTS FOR ONE YEAR? THIS EXPENSEON

Sweat !Phi Smith Dot Prescott Dunnellon and were their guest

Joe Lois Thomas Ann Boyette Freda Ethel Rowe' Boyles Louise, Saturday Mr. and and Mra.Sunday.S. G. Bradley of THE TAXPAYERS COULD BE LARGELY ELIMINATED IF EVERYONE WOULD TAKE

Adklns, Leon' Carter Iris Starling Monroe Ga., were visitors of Mr
Kenneth !Starling, Louis and Mrs J. M Bradley during the
Brown Alvin Robinson and Bob past ,week. Mrs. T. H. Warner of

time, having Just completed a
visit with her Georgia relatives

(all. fur Bid". Notice1. ....niKraetitra.Msrke. who continued on to Jacksonvillewith TREATMENT. I
FloridaScaled her.
MdH. Will l 10. received hy 1 Miss Patricia Willard went to
the Hoard.. <,( Public Instruct of
i Jttadfoid, County. Florida, lit the Auburndale Monday for an extended ) v
.."h'" of Kuperlnlemlent'. "I Public stay with her grandmother
In..I.'lI'lion In Mturke, Florida
up to 10 o.c..k. A.M.' ":."'.1",, Mon- Mrs. Emma Rivers.
ltv, AiiKuxt Uth. 11f'1..t! $ whlih" time Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Nelson and
and oil. bids received. will .be
publicly,. place opened unit. lead aloud forurnlHhlnK Mr.\ and Mrs Jack Nelson of

and( constructing. nil innti tmcrele.rluln.nod HleachrrMfur labor' Jacksonville were Sunday Flippereiiests DON'T FORGET MASS X-RAY SURVEY

"'Adr...., I'ouiilr Illuh tclwiol.Nturke of Mr. and Mrs R. VV
r'lorhlu.. Branch.
bid received. after the Hpeclfled -
Any time and date. will not be conldere Miss Reb Dunn of St. Louis,
Kneli:a certified hid must check be or accompaniedhy bid, bund. in and :Misses Mary and BRADFORD COUNTY AUGUST Thru :
the amount of five pen-nit of 'the Patty Lang/ of Lake Worth arrived 9 19
hues bid UN sun'antet* that tht bid
der. i< awarded the contract: will I Monday to visit Mr: and
within I ten consecutive calendar day, Mrs. J. Wallace.. Together with
utter written notice being given of
such award, enter Into n written their guests Mr. and Mrs. Wallace -
fontruet with the Hoard. of Public are at Keystone: Heights dur-
Florida'. In accordance wIth tlit ac1cepted I ing August, "commuting" to the
hid and give a. contract. Farm during their stay at the
mirctv bond .nllsfart..v to ....td11t.llrd
In nn amount emiul' to one lake.Mr.

,pri hundred,'e. per cent of the contract. and Mrs. Ellis Fancher and The undersigned are giving their wholehearted cooperation to the mass! X-ray Survey and urge every person in I Bradford 'ounty to take advantage of this wonderful
No hiddpr may withdraw his Mil. Miss Ruby Winder of St. Louis ,
for a period of thirty dove| after Mo., have been' visitors of Mr. and. opportunity. IT MAY SAVK: YOUK I.IFK.':
|Isp date net for the openingthere' I
of. Mrs. P.SD. Fancher since sunday'lGENEVA! ,
All work shall be done In noiMtrdunce -
with plans, e-pwclflcatlon!
and contract documents" relative
t hereto which may IIM examinedut .. ...
of I he Public. office.1..I.u'IInn.of inn Huperlt.$Stiirke.endent Florida LAKE EARL F. MILES -- Vess-Cola VAN H. PRIEST COMPANY .rr;

or .t. the offlr nf Munford
i line loin.. net Arc of.hltei such.t, llalne lUHna..vllle"I\1.n., Florida.reel, By Blanche CunninghamMrs. E. T. SHULL Plumbing & Heating STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY --.

document). And forms for bidding" .
may he. from eeeiirert either bv of lleneral mild office Contractors Carrie Shaw and son Fredof J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS DRIGGERS FURNITURE COMPANY i1

hv deponttlno therewith .the pilot of Connellxvtlle. Pa., Miss. Edna .

Five under,Dollars which dfcpoMll gal In will inch be or..money.run.01 .\., Herrington of Broadford. Pa and HART FUNITURE COMPANY WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
upon wubmlsiilon of .a. hnna"tld.bid .le Jackie BuLler of McKeesport Pa.,
and return. of Halt .plane. and. left for their homes Saturday & SUPPLY ,
contriKt dorumentu In Komi conilltlon ELECTRIC SERVICE GREEN BUICK COMPANY
within ten days. lifter til* after spending a week here with .
jilt net for opening the blue Any .
relatives See Our Buick HpeclalUlust IOth!
additional .ta requeeted for purpttHeN NEW METHOD CLEANERS -
of Mrs. James .
other than the mhmlnHlon Hayes and three '
a hid will be furnished. nt the net children .. WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
have returned to their STARKE'
tial ootit of duplication but without FLORIDA BANK AT
refund home in Vero Beach after spending -
fllll.I.....' qiiallf Icatlnnii meet h.' the past week with Mr. I.NSI'KANCK' COKP. GREEN'S GROCERY & MARKET
eetlydn,tory to the Hoard l of PublicTnMtructlon :MKMHr.ll; : FEDERAL DEFO/sir / t
: of Itradford: County,, Hayes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. .

Florida.The Hoard nf. Public Instructionof N. Wagner.Mr. KOCH DRUG STORE WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE ''I
Bradford .unty. Florida re. and Mrs. Wm. Watkins and

_..rYu In the my right bid and to waive to reject InformalItlen any- children of Jacksonville .spent Friday TORODE CHEVROLET COMPANY LAWSON'S MARKET & COLD STORAGE !
or all hide. I I and Saturday with Mrs. Ida
The Hoard of Public 1n.frne.
lion rf fi-ndford fount, M. Gentry and daughter, Lillian.11I.tr. SUPPLY
Pv H P. Morgan. $" 'In.ltl"j Watkins la Mrs. Gentry's ,

7-39 3t a-ia (I grandson.Mrs. Ida M. Gentry and daughter. DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY STUMP'S DEPARTMENT STORECARPENTER'S :

... Lillian were of
Notice ef laolleulLiej for .e DeedIIOUH Sunday guests
Hill :01.. I/52. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Watkins in CHARLES C. SHEPHERD Radios & Seat Covers DRUG STORE !
Notice Is hereby. given that n. R. i I
.Uvurrl the holder of |the followingiertiricaten Jacksonvtlll
has. filed ald. \ certlflcatee T. W. Cunningham, NAS Jacksonville ANDREWS MOTOR COMPANY HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & GIFT SHOP
for At. deed to be l *iidthereon
The certificate numbers : spent! the weekend at his
and yeare of Isnuance. the description I, home her.. SETZER'S SUPER STORECONWAY'S DAHMER'S GIFT SHOPPE
nf the property, and the,names
In which It was inmeiiiied. are a- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick
fallows: Certificate No. 33. Year of and daughter. Kathy of Pine STATION '
Imiuance 147. eacrlpllon of Property SERVICE L. B. ("Red") ALVAREZ SERVICE STATIONED
: H 3 A of sly of WS of Level and Mr. and Mrs. Bishop
M5VJ; : Section 3. Township Hoitrh.Hanve Myrick of Gainesville .were week
more or leNM.. Xante in which ase end guests of Mr.. Sue Myrlck.
....d R M. A IY...., J.. All of
nald property helnir In the County COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY. S. R.JOHNS' GROCERY ,
of Bradford. State nf Florida' : ITn. CARD,0.TII.'i'KS" .
less such certificate: or certificates(
hall b. redeemed according' In ,law We wish to heartfelt BEAUTY SHOPPE
I he property rtencrlhed .In curb ree.tlfleate express our RUBY JOHNS' STARKE BEDDING COMPANY.STEFANELLI'S \
or certificate* will be sold thank to our many friends
tr> the ItI!< WALL
H. C.
door on the fl..t Mnndsv In & MARKET
month of fleptemb 1949. ..hlch !I. !Illness and death of our dear husband -
the 5th day of Heplember, l,n. and father and for the beautiful .
I'At..d this n dcc ""f July. 114.. PARK THEATRE ALVAREZ' STORE Eat. 1894
flowers. Mr. Alma
official Heal Av J Thomas. Clerk -
of Circuit Court of irradfoed ""unt". Starling and family.
Florida. '-2' 4 t I.n, { .


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New River WMU Demonstration DinnerAt WMU Circles Hold topic, "One Life Plus God". Ingsworth. strating Woman's M\ I III slonarv
Mrs. B. T. Thomas was in chargeof t For the Night Circle: Chairman, Union work.
) Has Young People'sRally Herlong Home Regular Meetings the program. Mrs. J. A. Griffin; Secretary Mrs\ During the past three weeks'
\ At AntiochThe Mrs. J. T Lawson; Treasurer, Mrs. E. they have held classes at the following
Mrs. M. B. Herlong gave !a demonstration Circle members of the Epperson gave an Interest
: Baptist A. Yancey. These officers :were places: Pine Grove, Gainesville .

ing talk about Miss\ Harriet
dinner on Tuesday {I WMU met Tuesday August 2. -
quarterly meeting of the t unanimously elected. Brooker Dedan f evening at her home on North Circle Two met at the home or missionary to Japan and a
New River Association of the t i Mrs.\ R. A. Green gave the devotional North Pleasant Grove, Heilbronn
daughter of the late
WMU held in at Walnut St. Guests Included Judge Mrs. N. O. Maxwell on the Keystone Ray Starke, Ralford, Corinth
July Thomas ,
Baptist was I mond, former of the I and Mrs. D. L. E"R"I "

and Mrs. A. Z. pastor Baptist
Adklns Mr. and Heights road. The
the Antioch Church for the YoungPeople' lovely drain Lawtey
I touched on the most Interesting Kingsley Lax.-.
Polly Mann Ollie-to Mrs. Titus Mr. home 1 church here.Circle
Olson and Mrs. of the hostess was attrac .
Rally recognizing am of the Service Hope Antioch.
Phone 113W Editor: Phone) 29'rr Edward Burns, Mr. and Mrs. | lively decorated .with summer leader, Mrs. H. L. Brown parts Royal program I
.. reviewing of the the young people'llwork Cooper, Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams |j i flowprs. lee, presided over the business seaIIlon for August.
v .II year. and Mrs. W. B. of the meeting. Plans for the Hostesses for the evening were:
Mrs. R. T. Hnrgrave, Assoclatlomil Mundy.Mr. Mrs. W. B. Alexander gave the Brotherhood Supper were made. ]Mrs. R. A. Green, !Mrs. W. J. Fl a* Don't
WCTU Has Meeting Methodist WSCS Young People's Director, Yee, representing the devotional which was taken from An offering $20.20 was reported Dodd, Mrs. E. L,. McKnight; Miss Bolh.r M*
predicted for the day. During the Guardian Service Corp., makers or John 1 ::1-16. Miss Frances .
With PresidentA Has Circle MeetingsThe and $11 was paid to the bud- Floried Kllllngsworth. I'm Dutttd with
business hour, the president Mrs. waterless cooking utensils pre The program topic was on Cath Colley, Mrs. J. T. Lawson and CT
loyal group of WCTU mem- circle members of the E. D. Tenly, presided pared a complete meal Including olicism. Those, taking part were get.The meeting was closed with a Miss Thelma Green. i PULVEX DDT" ,
bers gathered at the home of WSCS of the Methodist Church Special music for the day was roast beef, vegetables and cake, ,Mrs. A. J. Thomas Sr., and Mrs. prayer, and refreshments were en-
their President, Mrs. W. N. John met Monday afternoon August 1. brought by the girls' quintet of without water on low heat and Ira Wilson. joyed by those attending. Under the direction of Mrs. E. i-
eon, Friday afternoon for the July Circle One met In the home oMrs. Starke composed of Misses Helen on top of the stove. Mrs. Wesley Andrews, circle D. Tenly Assoclatlonal President Mc' i
meeting of the Laura Scott Union. A. W. Anderson Sr., with Maine. Joan Tenly Joanne Sll- Following the supper, Mr. Yee leader presided over the business The Business Circle of the New River Association of
The devotional period was con- Mrs. T. Olson as cohostess.Mrs. cox Patsy Benton Allese Lawson,, surprised the guests by exhibitingpaid .session. An offering of $16.90 met at the Church Tuesday night/ Baptist Woman's Missionary i PULVEXII ?KILLS IIEAS
ducted by Mrs.\ Johnson who read and accompanied by Miss\ Julia bills for all the articles on was reported.The with forty members present. The Union Miss Betty Mayhugh of A O WO II ..KKPS'fM Off
a compilation of verses relatingto J. R. Hill gave the fourth Lawson. Miss Effie Hargrave of the menu totaling $.1.12, or only circle chairman Mrs. C. A. Bradenton and Miss Helen Mastersof
of Newness of Life"'. meeting was closed with rid of flcn
chapter "The OWNttSt To en mj
Antioch solo before the 31 1-2 cents CM your
the love of God. A beautiful gave a per person. He also Mrs presided.The Miami have been working in 13
by Pulvcl ROTENONB
prayer Pickering. ,be to ore
lice lure
"- solo was suns: by a visiting mem- Refreshments were served' by morning address which was gave a lecture on the scientific! nominating committees an- of the association's churches. They Flea Powder,,Specially formulated.torero
ber of the State YTC and this the hostesses to the 11 membern I' brought by Miss Pearl Todd, returned preparation and cooking of food. A salad course was served by nounced the officers for the year have been teaching and demon-
part of the program closed with and two visitors present. minslonary of China. She Mrs. Herlong was presented the hostess to the 18 members beginning October 1, as follows:
prayer by Mrs. Thornquest. Interesting Circle Two met at tho home of wan Introduced by Rev. A. R. with an Ice cube container and present. For the Business Woman's Circle
Items of Temperancewere Mrs.\ L D. Vining with Mrs. C. E. Greene of Antlnch. eight 22-carat gold trimmed glass- : Chairman, Mrs. R. B. Alvarez STORE : 111;
Circle Three met at the homo II ALVAREZ' aaaPia ||
In the afternoon, Rachel
read and discussed by the Hcmwall assisting In the absence MISS CR. of Mrs (I. A. Anderson : Secretary, Mrs L. :F. Dink !!! I
and Ruth Neal and Miss Palmalee with Mrs.
different mwnfcers. Minutes and of the circle leader Mrs. Ins; Treasurer, Miss Floned! 1<11I-
Thomas of Gainesville, Miss Manez W. J. Epperson. Sr., as cohostess.The .
Treasurer's reports were given In Lorenzo Green, Mrs. W. K. Mid- : Tuckers EntertainAt
Dodd and Miss Clara Thomas of home was tastefully decorated
order and other business both old dleton presided opening the meet
with Starke all gave reports on various with roses, asters and zinnias.
and new was transacted.The ing a prayer. Shrimp SupperThe
meeting was brought to a "The Role of Women In the phases of the Young Peoples'! The devotional was given by j- k- 4C
close with a beautiful prayer offered Church Today" wan given by Mrs Camps and YWA Assembly; a*. home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Mrs H. I.i. Brownlee her theme ,HPe Dld- /-tl c-:;asatJ[
Rtdgecrest N. C. Tucker on South St.. was the set- I being taken from John 15 on the
by Mrs. J. W. White. I. P. Shepherd, Sr.
...?.fI..I..._.... -. T_..._.tl...... ,_..AntA._U''Q... ...."u.._ Rev. L.- D... Haines_. -gave a brief 1 ting Monday night for a delightful
report or toe idle:: K. A. camp: :out-door shrimp supper. Outdoor DinnerAt FRESH FRUITS
Party Postponed presented by Mrs. J. H. Fields. & ITEGETAOLESroue
Wrs. A. Wood used the fourthchapter 'or boys at High Springs. Mla I The affair was given In honor of Welber HomeThe
Mrs.\ Pauline Torode presidentof of "The Newness of Life"as Todd gave a short closing talk about Mr. and Mrs. Mont Horswlll of

the Business and Professional a devotional.In the tirst young peoples' workIn LaCrosse. Wis., who have been home offl'! and Mrs. cnea( E 9 V/t4n Sa Salads
the t
Tuckers for
Woman's Club, announced yester- conclusion the 14 members visiting the past Harry Welber north of Starke was > fce
day that the Chinese Garden present were served refreshments. New Associational officers elected month. The'supper was a farewell the scene of a lovely outdoor dinner
Party planned for tonight (Fri- Circle Three met at the home of for the year 1949-50 were: get-together, as the Horswllls
Sunday July 31, honoring Russell -
day) at St. Mark's parish hall Mrs. T. H. Slade at Klngsley Lake. I resident, Mrs' \ Edmond Tenly; began their return trip to Wlscon- Judd who was home visiting AVOCADOS 2 for 19c
Vice-President Mrs. L.
G. sin
has been postponed until a later Mrs. J. W. McIntosh presented Mc- Wednesday morning. hltt family and friends for the ,
date. So many members are out the devotional and Mrs. Slade I 3lynn: Young Peoples' Director Thirty-five friends of the couple weekend. Mr. Judd Is employed
Urs.\ Earl Willis Sec. & Treas., attended the delicious'
; and
of the city on vacations or business was In charge of the program. party with the State Road Dept. at California Arvin
that It was impossible to The hostess served refreshmentsto Mrs. H. A. Lawson; Stewardship food was enjoyed by everyone Belle Glade.

have the party on this date Mr,. the 12 members and one visitor chairman Mrs. J. L Spruce; Community >resent. Relatives and friends of !Mr. ciCuban Seedless GRAPES 2 pounds 25c
Torode said. present.MICHIGAN missions, Mrs Harold Box- Out of town guests were Mr Judd who enjoyed the 'occasionwere -
ley; Mission Study, Mn. M. L. and Mrs. Claire A. de R. Schmidt
his wife, three children Dorothy .
Conner; Training School. Mrs. T. ot' Green Cove Springs. .
I B. Jack, and D. W., Mr. and California 60'sIceberg
Harding; Margaret Fund Mrs. .
ifrs.. Harry Welber, Mr. and .
H. B. Sttdhnm; Chlldrens' Home ladles I.lngerif, popular brand,
Mrs. T. N. Norman; Publicity, reduced for rlearanre at Lrlltt'wiress Ed Hammock and daughters Shirley ( LETTUCE 2 heads 19cAnn
Faye and
:3 MILES: SO I'Til OF STAKKE ON IlOtlTF. 100 'Mrs.J JgU R. R. Carolton. 8hoppe. Nelda and Mr. anj ,
I]trs. G. B. Williams and daughters -
Sharon and Charlotte all of
Ii Ii1(2w
) Starke. I'agn LEMONS, Calif. Sunkist 432'8, dozen 29c

: z 0u >-i l loa SALADDRESSING

CABBAGE Fresh Green Ib. 5c
4 fn J - -

O* HItlCING I Kate Stnith dropped In Monday' of hpggln'Yhl'reupon Olin pAa rrK' PINTS 22c

a with a story to top those po lCum. White (Jr.) wearily remarked .
CELERY Mich Goldenheart 42's
QUARTS} 48's 2 15c
40c -
-< ,
Q II turtle-quall-talea reported that "A year of beggln' wouldn'teven
C last week Seems that the I get me a gallon of gasoline!"
t t : TO DINK other night she heard a commotion I Sun., :\......, Tues., '\uJ(. 7. 0. 0

IN OCR CLEAN: CAFE (. In the chicken yard and, upon I THE BOY WITH Ann hagsPOTATOES, Fancy Washed Red Bliss 5 lb 25c

.. Investigating the disturbance i Lillian Itlshop told' me something .
found five baby pole-cats after the 1 a bit unusual In the line of i I
chickens Grabbln' the nearest birthdays the other day .. It GREEN HAIRPat i GRAPE
stick handy she managed to kill starts on July 29 when her PEARS, Calif., 2 lb. 29c
MR. FARMER! WE KILL INSECTS: IIY AII two of the varmints and declares nephew Bill Powell Jr., has hlj U'ltrirn, IC .ht. Ryan Dean JAM .

FLANK SI'R 1YINO that If she had been a little quicker birthday Then on the 30th Storkwell Barbara HalWeil. ,- '
We applicate as cheaply as!' QUICKLY, COMI'LKTELY: : t\ she would have gotten every Buddy Is a year older Come 1 lb. Jar 19c APPLES, Calif. Gravensteins, 2 lb. 29c

.. $1 per acre (plus cost of CHEAPLY . one of them Now aren't you July 31. Lillian gets a year young 2 lb. Jar FIRST OF Tin: SKUIOS!
toxic) and are equippedwith girls who squeal and climb up on erer, but It doesn't stop at that ., Thur. Aug. 10 II 35c
the latest Aerial Insecticide Service to destroy a chair at the sight of a little On August 1, Dot Powell,, r -
insects in the following: crops: Peanuts, Strawberries mouse ashamed of yourselves? Buddy's sister also passes another "
Pepper, Tomatoes Watermelons Egg Plant Peas Pecan milestone! And so to celebrate The Best YearsOF tii.iii.il' SUP E R RIG-H T "
Trees Potatoes Cucumbers Corn, Cabbage Tobacco they all had a family get-together : : ;1
Squash Celery etc. Cull Street In front of the Ron- at the H. A. Bishop home Sunday OUR LIVES 7c

nie-Donnie Store ;was thrown Into Do you blame them? Myrna toy .'r'rlt'Iar'h' : I
We use 2.1D KILLER sure death an uproar Saturday afternoon Hear that Marvin Montgomery, I
llanik Andrews, Trrpwt Wright, MEATSYOUR
when a motor"scooter whose owner ex-Callstreeter, l Is back In the Evaporated
to ground dog crickets, grasshoppers, mosqui- had left It parked with the States after three years In Japan Virginia :Mujo I

toes, and other pests. motor runnln', decided to tftart/ and has been visiting friends In
out on its own A crowd quickly I Keystone MILK 3 tall 34c BEST ,
SEE gathered to see the runaway .4hear .'1'1., Sal.: AUK. 12. IS ,
scooter come out of the circle it that young Carl Johnscaught
(JOl'IlLE FEATl'RKLaurel '
Lacy Conway o r Leslie Libby had been going around in, and a 12-pound baa In Swan Ion a PEACHES, No. 2\'j\ 21c BUY TODAY !
head Into a truck parked nearby Lake recently Seems to me I
(Union Bus Station) (Temple (:Jarujfe) The truck was undamaged he won a contest last year within & Hardy HERB-OX :

Phone 117 Phone 32 but the scooter was kind of bang 11 1.2-pounder, and looks aa If CURES lOc, 'Super-Right"'

ed-up' Almost as exciting oj he's got things In the bag again In ,
the old days of the runaway horse Saw' Leila Mundy Tuesday WAY OUT WESTI'Ll'S Ocean Spray Whole Beef CHUCK

says commentator Joe Wilson (say that again/ !) and she said Cranberry Sauce II oz. lOc ,: ROAST, lb. 43c
that folks certainly were nice to
Hror, that Clara Colnon. won the her when Clair Jean wall in the RIO GRANDE 1 "Super-Right"
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY grand prize at St. Edward's bingo hospital Congratulations :

session last Saturday I'd be Callstreeters! It's a good sign With !Sunset! Canon Sirloin
speechless, too, if all of a sudden I'd say, when you still take timeout Alto Cartoon Si: Serial STEAK lb. 79c

I found myself the owner of a to be thoughtful Glad sex
NYLONS new deep freeze And :what to note that J. D. Doyle Is back In "Super-Right" Fresh
with the weather we've been having circulation after being hospitalized :
lately( I'd almost be tempted for several days last week .

FIRST mADE 51's to climb In I it myself Last Mildred says he didn't look ''CHILDREN'SDRESSES 3 pound can 71c, GROUND BEEF lb. -. 39c
Friday June Hall became the
NEW SHADES very sick to her '- slttm' up In
proud possessor of a gray Chevrolet bed eating steaks! I Super-Right" Beef
Reg. $1.69 4 convertible When asked Gold Medal Flour 5 lb. 49c '
how she managed It, she demurely Quite a nice party at the Niu- I Brisket '
SIZES 2 TO I 14 STEW lb.
replied that It took about a year worthy place on Klng ley Thursday I .1 No.2 Can 25c
, night' of last week a partinjr .
125 I II I I! tribute to Grace- Osborne who I Cut Green ]Jeans 15cVutley i "Jack Spratt Sliced

I left Tuesday to join husband Tedin !
r, JET KILLCAN Texas Hosts were the Nan- I Oleomargarine, lb. 19c I
I worthy, the Herbert Harts, the BACON lb. ;
II KILL Bill Norths and the Jim Dcaverr Ann )Page\ Creamy Smooth I !

Sumptuous menu revolved a- I Peanut Butler 1 Ib. 35c''
I Ruby Refreshment f roiind delicious barbecued mullet Red Perch FILLETS lb. 33c'

a JET KILLDOES i which was Grace's "final request, lona }FLOUR 25: lb. 1.39t I -
I and I must any she showed rnre I
I SET1.98 good judgment Liz an' I lowell .
W KILL Nnsworthy have worked wonders Armour Star 5 oz. Vienna Sausage 2 for 33c
19 Pieces with the grounds around their ,
summer place and it Is certainly
I $3.95 Value |one of the most attractive on the BREEZE
" Reg. gr JET KILLWILL |lake Barbara Brcazeale, who. Large Package _ 26c
{vacationed In Kentucky, and the
KILL Fletcher Burnetts. Just bark from
V I Washington are among the Kings- ToE Now 2.98 Large Sweet SWAN SOAP Regular
Bar 3 for 23c
f -..... STEP-ON CANS, reg. $1.25, NOW 89c WHEN[ YOU USE [leyltes glad to get back to their : -

. .cooling breezes and waters after WERE;
NOW {sampling the climate In other Now lAy 3 No. 2 cans 33c LUX FLAKES
IRONS $6.95
Proctor $14.95
reg. parts SM ,, Large Package 26c

Regular 50c TOOTHPASTE NOW 19c I 'all..t"l't" of the jonnirrr set WERE Now 1 98 3 No. 1 cans 25c SWEETHEART

SPRAY who were seen at the Summer!' _.19 SOAP, Reg. Bar 7c
Frolics In GalnesvilV' lust Saturday -

TRASH CAN, reg. $1 value, NOW 59c TO RID YOUR were by Jimmy Freddie David Wlmberly. Shirley resorted WSE Now 1.49 1 lona Ketchup. II oz. l ISc OCTAGON CLEANSER

Shaw whose escort was Charles Each 8c
Cashmere Bouquet Soap 12 cakes 90c HOUSE[ OF BUGS Knight Margaret an' Mack CHILDREN'S SOCKS Calo Cat Food 2 for 25c

'McCriff Jerome IVORY
Johns freelancing SOAP Medium
Madge Brownlee an'Jimmy AL'L(; SIZES 23c:> A-Penn Motor Oil 2 jral. 1.63 Bar, 3 for 23cGE
Prescriptions Called for And DeliveredPHONE OVKSPIIAIINQLASTS Chastecn George Flynn
KOK MONTHS !squiring Lillian Chapman of Atlanta Staley Liquid Starch, qt. 19c
Betty Ann Powell an' Sullivan's
S3 Wayne Sergeant Dorothy Pen- .
BORAXO, 8 oz. tin 17c"It's
Ian with J. E Denmark .
Merry Beth Knight an' Billy Col-
.: JET KILL son, and Nancy Knight with Doyle DRY GOODS I
in the Bag"TEA
I 147 West Call Street
Leading Drug andGmrrry ""II. guess that wind* up the 61 BAGS for 19c

PHONE 53e..f I Storm. little black book for this time Starke Fla.

So long See you In the

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rvc.E FIVE

)rr. and Mrs. Luther Powell returned Miss Dolores Mci(night who ha* Mm A. F. Sauls spent Tuesday
Sunnybrook Club YWA
Monday after a two weeks been visiting In Manning S. C. In Jacksonville. Meeting Held I '

vacation at Bailey's Bench, S. C, moat Ct, the summer returned Friday Mrs. R. B. Alvaiez, Jr, spent, Met Tuesday At Knight HomeThe : CHILLS

Miss Pauline Boyd and Mla Barbara with her parents Mr. and the last two weeks In Mclrosewith

Jones of Hardeevlllu S C.. Irll. F.imtH McKnight, who were her parents while Ralph has The Sunnybrook Home Demon YWA of the Baptist Church

returned with them for a vlsil In South Carolina for a short visit been at Fort Jackson SC Hi rat Ion Club met at Fender'sI mot last Thursday July 28 at

last week. Store on Tuesday July 20, with six the home of Miss Nancy Knighton t1w b
IN THE Mrs. Robert Barksil-xle. and
NEWS Mr and Mrs R. A Colaon are members Ilslalle
daughter Bobble Sue, and. Mr and Mr. and Mrs. J I. Tra\\lck and spending this week at Santa Fe I present Walnut Street.

Mrs. J.V.. Horn and son, Bubber. daughter. Donna. Spent the) latter Lake. The meeting was called to order Miss Geraldine Shaw vice-presi .
.. -::- .:: -.::;:-:-- : =:.:>
by the Mrs. -- -- -
Mrs. Nelson Jones andMr Members pent part of lost week In Reeds- part of last/ week In Tallahassee I president, J. It Kelly dent. presided In the absence .>f
Mr. and of the Baptist Girls MaxIe Carter, Jr., and Bob Turner
villa S. C.. visiting his and In a discussion of the flower the president, MISS Dolores Me-
visitingrelatives. parents.
Mrs John Udell left Sat enjoying visited Bob's .
( and Auxiliary who are a sister Mrs W T I how,
urday for & weeks' vacation and week at Camp O'Lcna Just out-I Roy Ward returned Sunday aftera Mr Sara McCall and Miss Brlnaon, in Valdosta Ga., a few the everyone first seemed pleasedwith Knight Shoes Repaired

visit In Pittsburgh, Pa., and Now side of High Springs, are: Misses I to we 'k'a vacation In Hot Evelyn Newsome visited Mrs ,Mc- days this week. and It derided event of this typo Miss\ Alma Thomas program

Springs, Ark. Cii'l's' son, Bill at Key West last wall that a bigger chairman, presented a
York state. Agnes Lawson Eloiilne Thomas, Among thoso who enjoyed n I and better show will ba held next program/ WHILK-U-WAIT J
Mrs. Harold Monk and Joan Tenly and Edna Coleman !| Shop, &: !Saat The STAR weekend. Bill who is at the birthday dinner with Miss Mamie' year. concerned with mission work
Naval Station there leaves for
Walter and Harold, and sons'j Mr and Mrs. John Milligan and STOItK. Kelly Sunday were her parents Miss Refreshments were served to

mother, Mrs. T. A. Steele Mrs Billiard of 122 B. Eighth St.. Miss Elma Lee Hickey, accompanied sea duty this week. Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly Mis I demonstration! Dorothy Ross, the home the members attending.

Gainesville visited Mr. and moved last week to the Purvis by Jimmy Spurlin of Fitz- Mr and Mrs L. D Vining returned Andrews Mrs. Ruth Spell. Mr Impart[ on our 4-H agent Club, gave girls a while nice New Low Prices!

\V B. Mund/, Jr, at their home Cabins three miles out on the patrick. Ala., visited St. Augus Saturday night after a two and Mrs. Eaton Brown and Mr. they were at Deeds Recorded I

,on Ktngsley Lake last ;weekend. old Jacksonville highway. tine Bench and other places of weeks vacation in West Jefferson and Mrs. J. C. Supp and eons I camp. lair Soles

Ball Rand Siimmerett & Tennis Miss Margaret and Maude Interest In St. Augustine Sunday. N. C. Mrs. Vining reports that Bobby and Wayne. It was planned to have the an.Imll,1 O.V.. (Hall of Putnam County I $Jt-l L5U
they had to use blankets at picnic on August/ 2H: and It I In (:Men')
!chose. exclusive' with The Thomas of Gainesville left Sun Mrs. Paul Canova and family Billy Preacher of Rldgeland,, S. that to Edmund J. Proctor of Jackson
STORE day after a short visit with Mr. visited Mrs. Canova's sister Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Waadin had C., left last Friday after spending all Interested Indies j.
!ST\R, I the Sunnybrnnk yule Tract 15 10 of Pumpkin sulen
as their guests for a few days two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. 10f section take
and Mrs. B T Thomas Ben In Ocala ( $1
and family Taylor 00
and \Mrs. C. G. Barkudule : Sundny. In this Patch '
Mr. this week Mrs. Wasdln'a brother H. A. Lawson. club and Its affairs on Big Lake Santa Fe (\\amrn'a)

sited In Salt Springs Sunday. Misses Mrs.Alma Thomas and daughters, Miss June Hall la back at Carpenter's and sister-in-law/ Mr. and Mrs M:,. and Mrs. Mont Horavsill of(,The picnic will be held at hemp \V A. Dryden of Starke to A a
Clair and Eloulse
Miss Sharon St. Peter of Miss. Dottle Sue Biggs and thoThomas' after a week's vacation. Leo Edwards and their son. Charles LaCrosse \Vs| left for their home ton Lake All Indies of this sec I J. Dryden of Starke, the NW 1-4 AT
Mrs Ella Hardee of Fernandina lion
\llle\ waa visiting Mr. Gaines-I of Fcrnandlna ate urged to meet \\IIh the
Wednesday morning an extended
guests spent Thursdayat Is vlaltlng Mr and Mrs. L. ('(lib on the fourth of SW 1-4 of Sec 15 Twp. 63 K.S3 .
Harry Mooty at their I A'I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Durshln'r.daught..r visit with Mr and MrHE ". TurMlay In STARKESHOE
Jacksonville Beach.
Davis this week each month at K except 128 ft thereof A Is.
St., the early part of the Frances, Miss Patricia Tucker )
Eighth !Summer Clearance, "Sale on all Mrs. J. B Snpp and Mrs. H. B.I I Durshimer and Mr and Mm I Friends will regret to hear that new members verPrw'Pficnnrtl Into the triangular section of NW 1-1

week.II'!\ and Mrs. Alton Dobbs attended Drehw-n l/rllu'n. Drex* '1'011..1.1.| | Mundy spent Tuesday in Jacksonville F I. Sollcy and son spent Sundayat L. J. Green is in Riverside Hospital the club at this meeting of SE t... of said section) lying

a birthday dinner Sunday Miss Clarice Thomas la at home Indian Rocks Beach. In Jacksonville. Mrs Juun- An Interesting demonstrationwas west of Starke and Lawtey on the REPAIR

given In honor of Mrs. Dobbs' with her parents Mr and Mrs. Mrs. N. Sternberg of Daytona Mr and Mrs. E. C. Mann Jr., Ita Phillips, Mrs. A F. Snuls and given by Miss Ross. on making old public road.

grandfather, Bob Halslop who Is A J. Thomas Sr.. for the summer Beach was the weekend guest of and family had as their KueeUi Judy and Archie Green took him chenille rugs. They seemed so J. R. Colley to P. D. Reddish M. F. Hudson, Proprietor

71 I years old. after attending the first session Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith al Sunday Mr. Mann's brother-in- over on Tuesday easy and .(economical too, thatev..ry ''section beginning where the Westerly AcrwH. St. form Park Theatre.

Mrs. D. W. Moore had as her of summer school at the Kingsley Lake. law and sister, Mr and Mrs. Fred Mrs. Lyclu Andrews and Mrs. members present decided to line of Broad St., Intersects.

guests Monday Mr. and Mrs>. Af L. University of Florida. Friends( will regret to learn that I DeLoch of Valdosta) Ga. Ruth Spell of Tampa visited Mrs. make one. the Southerly line of Pratt St. --.-- -- .---------
Sullivan of Theressa ; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anders and Mrs. Earl Edwards Is In St. Vine I Rnrxuln Ktery Day at The Andrew's. sister, Mrs. })avid Kelly I The meeting!! adjourned with -- --- -- -- ---

J. W Andrews Jr., arrived in family spent Sunday in Gainesville cent's Hospital In Jacksonville :STAR :STORE. over the weekend Miss Ross giving everyone a nice I

StarkeTuesduy from Japan wherehe with Mr, and Mrs. .T. H Nor. where she underwent an operation Mr and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Friends. will be glud to hear that 'gift of a small cherry tiee already Yea The Tourists And Transient Like

has been working. man. Tuesday of last week their grandson Jimmy Stith th..ldault'hl"r Dr W. B. Parka Is up again aftera growing In a pot All the members I

Miss Madge Brawnier recent illness rxpiersed. appreciation to the Our Food .
Miss Frankln Morgan. who Is In
y Nurses Training at-the Alachua and her friend, Jimmy Chasteen L. A. Davis Is resting nicely( In'' demonstration agent for the girt. I I t'. Hut we still.. heap time to aster

Phone 52.J spent Thursday at St. Augustine Shadjcrest' Hospital. As yet, only(
l 8&y OV-DE SERVICE !I General at home with Hospital her In parents Gainesville, Mr and is Beach members of his family and) close >FA\' KIVFR (fllDIU "t:'s i ,y \ to dm Name! folks We a pr -

W. POU1OW TMt tTOftH Mrs. Hartmann Mrs. Matt Morgan, for a. month's Mr, and Mrs Jesse" Newsomeand friends are allowed to visit him. ORDINATION 1titA:: : \ : rft |> ..M'liUe, jour 1 business And always

vacation.Mr. daughter Miss Evelyn New- Mr. and Mrs. E. N McUhln of The following services I
tire announced
dome left Wednesday for the western Dickerson, Texas were guests last for the New River ''Ff try to pleas our friend "*" \ home.
and Mrs. T. S. William Hap-
section of North Carollni week of Mr. and Mrs.
B C Iloltzendorf. list
Church .
Jr. of Sunday, Aug 7: Sunday
son. Tommy Miami visited
where they will visit Mrs. New- Mr. McGhln (III Mrs School 10
VOTE FOR them this weekend some's relatives. for a week Holtzendorf's brother I I vices( 11 II m. Basket Regular dinner 1It'1'on Still Hen ing Our Famous HUMIICS! Men's

Miss\ Virginia Engram returned Mr. and Mrs. Cli nrarn. A. HarHinArand T.
R. Connell and George' I Hopelousos the
!grounds! at 12:30,
I : Ordination LUNCH 50c()
last Thursday after a two week'svacation Mrs. Clifford .llan;; visitedMr. I ,
are representing the Stnrke 'services at 2:30: for the
Earl F. Miles In Alabama. Making and Mrs Zack Roberts and, Shrine Club on an official vlnlta- of ordaining Russell Green pmpotto,
Montgomery her headquarters she Mr. and Mrs Russell Mcloon In tlon of Florida Shrlners to the deacon. Everyone; is .welcome to :
visited among other places Birmingham Hastings I ,
I Sunday. Shrine Hospital In Creonvlllo, S. attend.

Tnlln.ssec, and Selma Mr. and Mrs Joe Arnold and I C., this weekend R. R. Andrews, IVnrnn( I Ir I nro. KOPKLOUSOS:

For Earl F. Miles spent Tuesday and guests, Mrs. Jack Sidney and Mr and Mrs. T. H Blade had
I Wednesday. In Atlanta Ga., on daughter, Marcia( Ann spent Fri- as their weekend guests at thc.ii ,

business. day at St Augustine B'a'h. home on Klngslny Lake Mr CAKI'KNTKirS: i'AUI'nNTKU'S: : C\UP"NT.n's: t'AKl'ENTKU'S' !" :
a CHIEFof I Summer Clearance Sale on all Dr and Mrs. A Y Covlngton Slade's Hlster-ln-Iaw. Mrs. W. !SSlada .

Dresso. at Illa'a, Dreitt !'hol.IH'| | returned Sunday after an extended Jr, and her young son, Sam,
visit. in Paducah and Hardin Ky of Buxley, Ga.
Mrs. Ernie Ritter and children
I Mult. the new "sowing' Department Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson had
of Hamlet. N. C., arrived Tuesdayto
visit for a week with her slelel at The :STAR STORK.Mr. :. as their !guests! Thursday, and Fri. 1Q) lUJGE( .

POLICEIn '-in-law, Mrs. L,. S. Hutto and and Mrs T. J. Griffin and day Mrs Summers Clark and I

family. Mrs Carrie Hitch had as their children\ of Etna Green Ind, and

tI the CityElection Miss !quests Sunday their brother-ln- Mrs JV.. Slkes of "'t. Wuyne, 'I
Myra Payett returned Sunday
law and alter Mr and Mra L. E. Ind. ,
after a month's visit with her
ofSeptember Jordan and son Harold of Ovlt'
t f I grandmother Mrs T. H in Osborne Durham, accompanied N. C. Miss Joan Carpenter who Is attending I visiting!! Copenhagen( Denmark Estrogenic Harmone Cream (regularly $3) - $1.00

13: I Massey Business College aboard the Destroyer USS O'Ihtrn.I/ II |
by Miss Delia leftTuesday I
Rosenberg In Jacksonville spent the weekend He. Is the husband of Mrs. Mm( 'Kit' Ht'l1'11a 'AhlbenIeln: iIla'; ('olu: ne

bf -- morning for Houston, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Schaefer of Route 2, St'irkeMr
Texas where she plans to continue Junlus Smith I and Mrs. W'I'I1.V Mimhi-i. LOTION .. .. $1.00 DEODORANT; .. 75c

;, UK PLEDGES her teaching career Miss Ronenbnp / Mr.. and !Mrs Russell Judd )had' moved to Starke last weak mid : Para Nome Old
I Spice
; return In about two
r r o c An Honest Fair impartial w,,,'ks. BR their weekend l guests Mr and have an apartment with the Mc Dusting Powder .. $1.25 After Shave 51.00

; i Mrs Andrew J - -
Bryant of Pal Klnncys on West Call St. Mrs.Mosher |
Mrs L. F Smith ,Jr.. Is spending
t ,, Administration tho week with her father. H Mr. and Mrs C. II as has accepted( employment: Perfect Denture Comfort The Old lltliable
6 N Quick left a registered nurse at the North
of the Office if Elected 1. Davis in St. Augustine whllater Friday morning for Collins. Miss. Florida Clinic and Mr M stu>r is '! Plasti-Liner 9Sc
Cardui! .
mother Is visiting in Illinois where $1.25 -. -
they will visit relative assistant extension editor with the
YOUR VOTE & SUPPORT WILL KBfiUEATLY Mrs. Joe Martinez and daughter- after which they plan to journey University of Florida I
in-law, Mrs J. A
Martinez and
to Chicago, 111. to visit their son,
APPKECIATED. little grnml-dtiiighter' Betty JeAn, Harry who Is In school there. I Antacid Powder' Colgate' : I'conomy; Hilt!
Mrs. A L. One Group Salt &
,left Saturday for Rochester N. Y..I Mr. and Mrs. T J. Griffin spent Crews. Jr.

IIIlher I, where Betty Jean will see her Tuesday In Jacksonville. Honoree At Dinner Al Caroid 60c Pepper. ShrkersKi'Kiilarly Toothpaste 59c
grandparents Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. Russell Judd and children ( / $1.95); )
Every Branch of Joe LaPlant for the first time. Dorothy, D. W., and Jack and Mr and Mrs. A L. Crews Sr"
I They will be gone for two we..ks. Mr. and Mrs Ed Hammock and entertained at their home at the Amphojel Tabs NOW 98C Kreml)
.lack Halle of Baltlmoie Md.arrlv.,1 State Farm
INSURANCEH. family left Wednesday for All hit Friday July 2fl, with .
Saturday to spend two to visit Mrs. Judd's and Mr< a birthday dinner The honor Colorful I'wful
weeks with his parents, !Mr. and Hammock's mother Mrs. L. A. guest was. their daughter-ln-lnw, 60's $1.13 Artistic- Shampoo 59cJtextrlnent

Mrs( W. G. Halle. Jack Is e'-I' Miller for a week or 10 days. Mrs A L. Crews Jr The occasion .

pinged; : with Armour Co., m Mrs Warnetto was quite a surprise to herSummer
Barnett of Jacksonville )
tl more. is as near an your Telephone.Call .
C. WALL AGENCY was visiting Mr and Mrs flnwers were used In
Mr and Mrs Kiimond Trnlv had 1 I David Kelly Saturday. decorating and) the dining table "61" to have ,flour prescription picked up and deliverttl.

BB. their guests for the pant three I I f SlmplUlty( Printed. I'uItems al was laid with a white damask !

PLEASE PHONE 146 wi.eks, Miss Betty Mayn'igh, of ,| The STAR STORE. cloth and a beautiful birthday I 64" Day or Night

Brndenton and Miss Helen Mnslers Mrs. L. J. Green and children, cake was enjoyed 1 by the guests. |
Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- of Miami who are working i' Out-of-town guests. i CARPENTERS THE REXAIL STORE
I : Judy and Archie were In Jackson. attending -
!, with the State Mission Board this. vllle Wednesday afternoon visiting were: Mr. and Mrs Edgar F'anik-I I
_.- -- -- --- - .--- .-----. I summer. Mr. Green who Is a patient a t tier of Jacksonville and Mr. and On the Minil Service( Phone fiStarke.. /Vir.VE .
Mr. and Mrs. J. K 1 Dougluv and Riverside Hospital. Mrs. Jim Browning/ and sun,

i i: family are spending this week on I Mrs. G. W. Alderman had an David, of Lllwtey.DukesSapp. I
Little Santa Fe Lake -eeeeeeefeeeee----------'.s.nreeeaeeeeel.---
her guest last weekend her f----------------------
diiugh- ;
__ I Mr. and Mrs F. H. Box and, ,
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ter ]
I Cora Marshburn, of
--'' |O1.i.Ul't'M Ho\ll.i;:, K*'"*" "'I'oN I.b. Vu11 I ,loon' buoUkuelilliM. i, daughter, Joan, of Jacksonville MarriageMr. I l
Tallahassee \ ; ONLY: IIA\ I': FIVE,:
apt. Uii'ne I Kpi'il-l'eurlnir I l.'j; ft. ft'"nlxge., fiicen perk.Th.I I IMk 1 II I in.*nlN numlhly or at tntervn. ls,I were visiting Mr. and Mrs. David i| Mrs S. A. Barefoot of Tampa and Mrs M\ J. Sapp of I Koiir-lintuer I
mint" h..I1.. Nil ru, ." .'j, wlehel. "I'(. Jinx Ise. lip Kelly on Monday. AT 'I HIS A.MAXIMXY:\ ; ;(: "-'" t tLOW
Mount tttnut tn nil *>HHvntlalMSH ,' i I I is spending this week with her Lake Butler announce the mar-I tI
.*IM Hum, rfi.nlrN & tltft. .omilon.nlrnlh i.WANTFI: :/*: SirvliHlntlon ""'Ph'V.1' Gene Walker of Savannah tla. j son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and clogs of their daughter, Clara I
\\' Aulrnth, Kiyntone1tMtiyhtM i merit, t" >IB' up. AKC 31. l Is visiting his. untie and aunt Mrand PIMCL'r! CHESTof
been| 7 lllVM H WHit. II rl. I, lliiiil: *>nlir I: <>uk, Ht 2, Lax Hitt, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and family I to Percy L Dukes son of Mr and
Hlarko. Itp" Mrs. E. Lawson at their homeWater Mrs C. II. Register returned t Mrs. William Dukes also. of Luke I
FOR SAT.R:: treed radii.' phnnn.rmphx. Ion SLSrhold II
purtiibloN. I.HI up. Chan. Foil NILE "trawhcrrv plank l>vIhi !I Tuesday after a two weeks' visit I Butler. The marriage took place 'OccasionalTABLES I DRAWERS 1IJ.. f
I' Mh"phcril. HHdlnn Meat CovrBfourt h.I.. :V Rhnd"n. 4 mi.! out not I Clothe for lays| mid In Rldgeland S. C. In Jo Folkston Ga. on June 20.II I
A MnillKon, St'. tl State Farm UlKhwar Stpl'lt' girls at The STAR STORE: :.

t'I.I>KIIVKI '. Ian>> I.I.IM. ('O /tl,:Al'TIFI'L' LAKF: FRONT ,l.r..1. !' Mr and Mrs. Leslie Big,." hud j s
ptrtv' 15 minntnN from Hrniki as their dinner guests Friday $15.95 } U,
IOU ft. from, 2fio ft. "....P. Hhnltiivtmainly
:2-, 4A n-lmh nrll AT P.wpa .. night Mrs Don Prldgcn of Jacksonville
InMtallpd .fl ben h. rliioil hnrl l. tMIMIil THEATRESTARKE
A ri iMtlr
Phone 13, "r Write. to: ., to |1Ai). Tvrmx. Walrath & and Mrs. Frank Armstrong II Regular/ tIJLi!) !);; Value' t -. .. I :
Walr ith
.1. .\. m HMO i"rMauclrnny K.vPtnnr Upon of Blnndlng. I.IMITfllNl ':
!! I
3-4tflyr 7 iliivi H. work. It Iii \I K: I'ItICIB
I Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hall. had I I 'I
Full HAI.K:. II I ill. ft. slant, rapaeltyI'hlliu as guests ', 'MltKK: i i"V
SELL YOUR TIMBER: refriRnratnr only as .3edawn Sunday night Mr I ct brow_ i
pmt. All dHil. ** feature. Haile's brother and slster-ln-luw 0WALNUT ::
NOW Saturday Angiint A llle..., Mill., 91) jJ u "k'
I i I If. :N. .worthy Ouneral Nap :Mr( and Mrs L. C. fails of SiPetersburg. AllglINt : Hurry And ''i
Highest Cash Prices Paid | pile. 72'jiflihr 1HM-RI.K FEATURESTARRETT l.0t'Itl.K: 'F.\Tt'IU: _
(;et"OUn4 "
I .r--
HALK Z-hmlnn.I Ihoii ( t
1..1t : nr :: new Joan .
WILL BUY IN BULK I .... furs' ? on Silver I.ak. this Smith daughter of Mr FINISHHOY :
flit" of KoVKtonn llalnhtl All and Mrs W Hogan
Smith returned
OU IN UNITEDWIX I inoilnrn ci"nveni nc..n, $15 wik.C Tuesday. : !! .
I! \ It. Judd. 7i'ttfFTtlt : after upending THE DECISION OF I
several days in Miami with her BROS.' What A Bargain/ :

John W.W. TurnerP. PECKOr II I pvt Hl.Vfrm tmih:. .. reenecl. untUK porrh*, .ter'' aunt Mrs. Peter "'ouroull. Joan IRIES CHRISTOPHER BLAKE I U"'ieer : I I t
: all l lI traveled Shop
r.'h'Ig, KIM clove A beater on the Sliver Meteor. and
O. Box 463 millUm' furn. Nn chlMim, Mm.I wan very much excited I ., I'or Thlw x Rain $34.95 (9x12) WOOL-FACE t
over her
I .r I I. Mlnimon, 214 Vt. ;Slwliann -
Gainesville, Fla. St. lip first train trip. I SMtlFV I .. ,
AUXiS rrH fl RO BlNl DDDf GIAS SS uift
OOOIRff 't1I. _
1 :
Mrs' E. D. Tenly and .Non, Sonny : BURNEHE4MMtt 1' _... ._..._.._.__._... Rt'D J' t tI
Send me a postcard! and I %V...".ili..rlm not nt Inland nf appllanecit.to stork a but large w. and Bud Lawson visited with Rev ;....._-._. ._....-.-.----.-..- j G L A M 0 U :;

will come see you. ran nnr guarantee nppllnnio.. J-ilay lam delivery or ants on)ll, I and Mrs Hugh Walters Monday I .\Sf) Genuine; ThajcrHirchvvooil RUGS i 1fj .

with aN much n. 20 p r..ont nav- In Lake City. / / I F '
FIIMO irrT nrrnRH. II'M P. tl,. 1 ln" I., you. AKBY BFUIH( HtH-3 VIGILANTESOF Scml-l'.mel 1-1' '
,. Cpl. H P Oillen of the }Florid.
RF.\nV *T IUMI" I' w ir Utl SU.K I'RK: 9' J
IU.I.oI'r SHOP. IIJo"'K I Felt It FNT': term apt. Alan 2' State Highway Patrol begins hl I DODGE CITY CRIBS if4 ,,,
> ,; .
:J-rni. up., or would make nl- if ...'\. .//t!
,, .. ,, vacation -- ..
HALE:: 6-rm. hum. f c Inkv' 4-rm mil, Purn 202 N CherryMr morning.Lwller -5 .
rltht In town. All new At modern, Klnnow UpHKK Ingerie x. nlar hrandit.reduced ', THE CASTAWAYS (F.lliott: ) I t'lfl!I ar ..
> .
| | N.t, 'III!
In Kov.l.mr H-lKhlK' 1 1 90 < Hrn ,'I Rq, 29.95A
.h>. llox I lot,, K..yot"ne tle'a' hf". \11['I.A ItO .HTO for ills work for clearance" at ....11..'" I k Plus I-utcnt .NeThurit. ". $:m( Value r 1'Y! t'' :r.
Fla. "PrWANNKB anphalt, rubber A. hard bathtype Ore** Sh>|>|><*. ( Burke) t. .. 1i A ;Mi 1i6.i7S

: rOI'NTT WVBHTOCK walk.' Aluo. tether'rMmneva.", .."on.y..tep.A.hl Phoned 1. Jack Halle left Thursday for a I'f "(....,'* Tall" ('.,t'''.n and. "IUt- :M .\ I. Kr : A .", "Oj

MARKET in I Inn Dale each W. 21H 2fO'13' visit with his brother and sisterrinlaw man A.: K..Mn" Serial" .. "'pl., Auguat. II, 12 it i < i I.: "i I'm .- .... '. d\-1.
Own d np mt.il bY J J' Odom .-.: ,
Jr. Ph. II tV, Llv. Oak. Fla. 4-1 peon H4T.K: heavy duty stork trail-1 i: Mr and Mrs W G. lUlle, IM>('BI.K FRATIRK: : /
rr. alas miller' aadrlle. Cheap for Jr., In Miami. Mr and Mrs Halle \IUltlV: 1il\\ e
FoH HAI.K: Conml. radio .-".h. SA. F:. McKlnney' atHtark .n IMi" .."> ttrtin 1Y
phnnoKraph ("*II (10. .e.n at R. B Tiixl. I Hrvlr.. 1ti and their two daughters, Linda Sunday, Monday, August; 7, H "AI, %O" CAHNEU .VUlll .UWUllcI .
At".n A, Hnn W.r hou. .. un J.i, I Sue and Sandra will return with
IRhway' Phon ..O S. 'on HAI.R- -man rubber |ifhoi>t. 4R
Float nffrr takes. 317 W. Tall ft..'Jack Sunday for a visit with their
Lo 'HT I whit. .nw?.; w. .,,,."t J.q up.>ialr.. It pl' family here. Great Nootl on Secant UnfaiffifulXANU /
Ihs. Notify Niwunln.q hairy'
Clarke. n..ud. 7-8J It: 'P FftPNP' fountain "..n. Anyone I- Mr. and Mrs Percy. Sullivan attended BOGART
ilentlfylna may hav for prli ofthlM the mpAre IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
UIKLVA.NT: t.l I>: for hnn.eke.Dm. art Rllxaheth l...>wnnn. It homecoming st Hope
car of rh.Mr.n.. lit. :2, box Church' in Theresaa Sunday. The KNOCK( ON I ANY
"P ponR RENT: Furn or unfarn. arrTlKhta
ail. Ml.rk. Fla. Sullivan's
son, Percy. Jr.
A water furn. 430 W tallAt. spent +
LAKe 1t.'NTA100' ft. I."e Stark. *. HP the weekend In Thf'rttllll" with his v If DOOR( Denmark Furniture Co.
front. >-rm.nttaB, *. new, See P .. /tIM1 mn< -
grandparents Mr and M. .
w.ll ,Kxtvnja! from hlway to !I.k.! .,,',,::11 FoR rJ.BAHAVCE nn Ijtrtlea'Hrevnea C.
.. A tlncrl* at Leila. Sullivan. Also Theatre YOKEL BOY
stout s 1'1''''' 'i lk H a tlful rrpr. Special: 'This *
.... waterfront part' l. clears Pree. Hhnftp. It STARKE FLA.
Hlway front.*.. rl....d. A r.albariraln Miss Mamie Kelly of Tampa You" Ami Latest sews (Iekk.r. 1)all.) (
att7UO w.lr.thwalrath. Fun PALR.Url.d: chick". :1 vka' visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs
K.r..t..n. MvlBhta. OpAn T old' IS" eit Iota' week.Mr. TttnaOl.on David Kelly, over the weekend ..ee+e, _______"...,. r --" _
day a week.. I tl t 221 8. Walnut. Pn. I'. tip





operator who could stand some TO TUB .TAXPAYERS I was at the Paris conference.! I iv r.nr"I'r rorwr.'OI BnAOFORO Inn D. Huaton Defendant. CaaaNo. at "Ktarke Florida, thl. July 13.

tightening up'! OF BRADFORD COUNTY will be at the next Olympic M'V.. FI.OIUU1I IV tHAMCKHV. ORDER 7412. OP PIJPLICATION (C/FFICIAL/ 8RAL) A. J. Thoman.Ai .

a a Games. I am Informed of the Cyril ANn NOTICK TO APPEAR Clerk of aald. Court.
UIFK ALICE IS' A COOI. ONE.Lant Thla to a speech that Mr. E. L. world of today for I am present Hilda. I A'ayOlll", ,eer. J:: .",Caaa va. STATIC OK FUUtlDA to: In..s. D. Bv Haven Croiiby. D. C. ,
Crawford Commissioner No. Till.OMDKR. Huitton whoa* riddance and addreiia T. Frank Land rum, Starke IMa.
DIARY week while sowing cow peas of Bradford, County County made In Tal- on all great occasions and at OP" PiriTLirATIONANH la: Unknown. Atty. for Plf. '-*' lloi *.*

'ill events.IS NOTK-K: TO AfPKAH8TATB You ara required to appear on .
we went Into the shed to get another lohawtee that defeated the State great OK FURIHA to! Hilda AliKunt 15, 194V, In the atiovv named I" 'lIlr' I'r (- IIT. BII'I>FOHICOt '
Sam McGarvcy am a movie fan. Court and cause' wherein. plaintiff >TV, FLOUIHtl I.V 4.HVVCBHV. :\ ->
: Mae
By I
load of seed. Alice shoved wide Forest Bill.Regarding Good fortune has brimmed my
The author will be glad to recelvti her hand on the shelf where House Bill No. 20as Uunhden, Northamptonshire, En..- -mail publish; this Order Milton Welder. Plaintiff. vS flladvs
up No man before me was ever .
In l .
cup. land. nuxt weekly u 8. WVlHe.r, Defendant CaRe No 7410.OHDKH .
of lntrr*,.st conorrnliiff amended known Forest Wltnena :hand: and: official lealt :
Items sack of pras were, withdrew It /aa so richly endowed or more for You are required to appear on my OK PUPI.ICAT1ONAND
the activities. of farmers. In Fire Control Act.I AiiwuNt 15, 1940, In the above name Htarke, Florida thla July U :-. (' ] TO APPKAH8TATK
calmly, and said: "There's a snake tunate.I ..d Court 1B41.OFFICIAL UK FLORIDA\ to: HladVHW
and raiiHe, wherein
Bradford County. 8ufrKMliMii" .. may am against anything that will am a movie fan. tiff aeeka. plain ( SEAL,) A. J. Thomas.An Welner, whoae. renldence and ad*
divorce. Prartforrt
< County
orrnailfHl In there!" Chaaod It with a stick, Clerk of Maid Court. drexa la: Charlotte, North Curollna..
t> left at the TVIrKn.plofflc raise taxes for Anonymous Teleirraph Khali ptihllnh thin Orjer !
on anybody any By Haven Cronhy D. P. to
you required onAuKUxt
.. are appear
marveled at the of In n xt four I
and strength weekly limuea.
Sum 1\It-Garv..y. I.. tey, T. Frank Landrum, Sturke Fla. the above
to thing. On April 28 we had a meetIng Wltnena my hand and official aealat 15. 19411. In nnmed -
for rif. 7-15 4t 8-5 .
"the weaker sex. Atty. and wherein plain
Court can no,
Florida. siarke, Florida, thla July 13, _
a a of all pulpmill many saw un tiff nvfkN. divorce. Bradford CountyTeleoruph :
!NOTICI'': IV ruin IT <'''' lI'r. nii4i>pnnn
mill cross tie and pole people All clalmanta to fund.* turnerover (OFFICIAL 8BAL) A. J. Thomaa, xhnll publlnh thla order
LIVING ON THE FAT of the < 01 VTV. Ki.oinnii iv iiiivC'KIIV. ; : In next four weekly IRHUBRVltneHH
aomethlng1 good, from the largest! to the smallest tn the iinilernlKned! aa .u< eenorto Aa rinrk. of auld, Court. : .
official cent
TOOK TIUCEE DUROC feeder ure to produce \ mv hand and
Ily Haven Cro
land literally now. After wean A, O. Andren. aa HherlfC of Hrailforil by, D. C.
what we're all tryIng and small and large land owners T Frank Walter J. Alien. Plnrntlffa.. Lucille Florida thla July 11.
that's Landrum Jjtarke Fla.
to the Farmer's Market at but then County Plorlda are required : ::4rlarke.
his mother
bull calf Pride I. Can ;
Ing our Allen. Defendant. :0 ".
clalina.. Atty. for yif. 1.16 4t 8-1
to do. Think we're going to representing about four million to prenent their renpertlve 7405 (OFFICIAL 8RAL) A. J. Thomas.Aa .
this week. On / decided that it was time to thereof the
Gainesville way Joy with the partU'Ulnra to
specialize on raining Durocs; have acres. Only ONE!: organization of undorrlicned on or before Septeni- 11 riHC-riT (ntnr, BH 'I>KOHICOINI'l > ORDER OP PITRI.IOATION: Clerk of* 0aid Court.
let us have the cream which the ANt NOTICB TO APPKAR ny Haven CroRbv D. f .
there paused scene of auto bred to a this whole arose in favor t b"r 1, 1940. otherwlHe. aiirh funda PLOHIUtl lCHAJV- I .
had our gratlo BOW group ClOltY.Ponald: 8TATIO OF FLORIDA to: Lucille T, Krank Lnndrum. Btarke Fla.
a few miles north of Waldo registered male and are going to calf had been getting. Although of this fire control act and I have will lie> paid over of HaUl to county.th CountyCnmmlwHlonera U McCarthy plaintiff va L. .Allen. w'hone reiildunee. and aldreiia Atty. for Plf. 1.U 4t 1.5
had the milk tested for la unknown.
haven't Mi ..
>nt Miirle !
and later passed ambulance and have her gilt bred to the same butterfat content know that it isVury It on good authority that these This Jolly. 14th. ,1941>1'. o Re sit when eho's about 8 people are stll!) unchanged on their I Aiiffunt 12, I'M!), In the above named
hearse. When you see a grim animal have Sheriff of Bradford County OP PfBLIfATIOr: Court and wherein
very rich aa wa a refrigerator i uuuae: plaintiff
uation like that, you realize how months old. Will put dual feeding views. Florida.1 71SIV ANI NIJTK'K': TO APl'BAH aeekM dlvor"... Tlradford County
full of Made STATK:
cream. OP FI.OI1IDA
to! Monte
mortal we are and you drive even box in pasture with hogs all the butter we could use, and Why was there nothing- the : nun IT cm "'1'. im ,,>KoitotOIN'IV. M.irla. McCarthy whone realdunce I In Teleirriiph next four nhall.weekly publlnh Iflnueg.Wltneaa thla. Order
aide ajul minerals KLOHIIItl, 1% lllt.t11. and addreiia la: Unknown. hand and official Meal
than in
more carefully ever. tankage one major newspapers about how this my
crenin liberally on cereal In .''%,
pour Tou are required to appear on at Btarke, Florida, thin July lath,
Always get a big kick out of a in tho other and let them bal the momlng but still had too bill was amended and snaked Mlnu,,lt.. P. Maxle' Plaintiff. VII. AliKiiHt 32nd ItM'J In the above named 1 4' .
livestock market auction sale. ance their diet. through one committee and fortunately John "". Muxla, t>.t"nd"t.( Cunt) : Court and caime, wherein plain (OFFICIAL SEAL,) A. J. Thoman,
a mucli no dacldnd to buy an Icu "So. 7424.riRHKR. tiff M eka divorce' bradford County Ax Clerk of auld. Court
When your animals come up for I cream freezer and IIM up the surplus held up by another committee OP PPnLICATION: Teleirrnph: Bhall nulillnli 1 thl I. Urder Ftv Haven (Crohy r>. OChaa. .
sale really sit and grow T A I,KEf) TO STAt..OUUmtfW1i4 I ? I accidentally found out ANT> NOTICK TO AI'I'KAIl': In next four weekly laauea.WltnoHa it. H...... 804-00 Guaranty Life
you up that At the cost of only .
way. .
John W.Maxl HIdw., Jark-r.nvllle Fla.
OP FUJlllDA : .
week. HTATK mv hand and official aea)
tense and excited. And especially ; about hln farm this som. Ice cream salt <(4o Ibs. for I about this meeting because some .. whoaa r ..id"nca and itddreaala !::19 Starke, Florida, thla July JKlh, Atty. for Plf. 7-15 4t 88iv

when the bidding la brisk and Ha Is all steamed up about a five He) we now have all the good rich .one told me about it. : Unknown.

the minimum amount acre patch of hegari he has com .: Now It U amended that If Von Are required an
passes you home-made ice cream we can eat, 22. 1949. In the ahovo named Aa Clerk or fold Court. 001 VTY. FLOHIIJ-U iv tuivCKHV. & Painting, Redecorating
figured on getting. Ours brought ing along; tine Said he has Just and on these hot days that Is a I Individual county by majority does Court and vatiHe' wherein plaintiff ny Haven Cro-l>y. D. C. .
$22.00 but turned his hogs looe in the Held, not vote for this bill that aeeka divorce and reHtoratlonof O I.. 1-atten, Sturka' }o'lor..11L'tty. Jeanette Caren, rtalntlff, va. Irv. Paper Hanging[:
so we felt pretty good be par
treat that can't beat. Just one maiden name Bradford County for Plf. 7.22 4t 8-12 (UKC'ftren, Defendant. Caaa NoORDRIX .
naturally wished that we'd had a and that It U estimated that! one more of the real joys of living on ticular county will not be affected. Telegraph ahull puullHh I: lIetf.l. UrderIn ,
i will five hogs. Am" going next four weekly t ( iv niiffir' f'ni ur.' O""OF'OO" OK PUPLIf-ATIOX:
acre We
lot more of them. carry! are not so stupid as not II. P. McKELVEY
: a farm. Wltne mv hnna and official aeal r..lT1, KLUHIUll l> (.'!!.'\- AND NOTICR TO APPHAIi
-- -- to plant some hi-gear" myself to nee that we would still be STATE OF FLOKIHA to: Irvlnv
I We figure that our cow Joy at Ktarke, Florida, thla July 20th Caren whoae P.O. Box 266
realdence and addrensIH
It must be good feed. ( lln otla Wllnon, Plaintiff, va.
carrying the brunt of state and !lI'.
costs 40c to feed shalxo : Unknown.
us a day ipHKle[ WIlHon
D f ndant. Caaa No. FLA.New .
a a a Federal taxes to maintain this (OFFICIAL SEAT.) A. J. Thorona, You ara required to appear onAugttHt STARKE.
has a 2-acre pasture) and for Aa I'lerk of Bald Court. 1U7.OnDF.R 15, 194!). In the above
Mil SOMETHING with the that we get from 10 to 12 quart so called fire control In other By Haven Croahy. D, C. AND op rreLicATio.v:- Court and cauHe, wherein plaintiff Wo/k, Old Work And

tractor this week that had us of rich milk dally. Not only that, counties. Also tho
slightly worried. Bought it with but until recently she also wa would by state law be required Atty.Hlclir. for JarkHonvllle 1'lf. 7-23 4t 81JIOINIV. WllKon You whoae addreea. la: Unknown. In next four weekly: INHURM.

the idea that it would be used to feeding the calf which has so fa ''to spend money year after ...... ..................... .._............"... -...... ..................... -A..w..o-..-..... ara--. ".n.required.0. .._.. .,,..,to_Q _appear.UU'.__.__ _..nm-_.on__ Wltneaa my hand and official seal
cost only one 50-lb. bag of cal year whether they wanted to t'LO.tlU'1| IV III4V- ed Court. and caune wherln plainIff -
farm from beginning to end, from aeeka divorce Bradford County
or not. The forest service would IK.HV.Margaret.
meal to raise to 4 months. A very Telegraph/ u"rh nubllnh I thla Order
rough land up to final cultivation.In satisfactory frierid la the no longer be obligated to the In- Hlenart Kvann, Plaintiff n next weekly iMnueWitnoKii -..
cow. VH. Itnvford' C. Kvuim, Defendant.
....._ _... ,,_ .._ .. __.. mv hand and official seal
had n aivfuual! county. It would be obligated Case. No..; 7425.ORDKIl !'
demonstration seen the .i/i. r. AWI- ..Ecm. now ::4t'ltRrke. Florida, thla July 18, Build it with
mostly to themselves in I
tractor "bed up" but wondered If on our farm. Two pigeons flew AM> .NOTICK TO AF'PEAIlBTATBCiP (OFFICIAL i1EAI.A.. J Thomaa,
In one day. were fed some scratch, the future. FLoRllJA to: KayfordC Aa ('I.'k, of a1d Court
we could do the job equally well and now have settled down. Ones As to forest service policy if *. Kvanx, whone realdence and ad* By Haven Crosby, D. C.
better. So this clr- la: Unknown.You T-iS 4t 812IV
or one morning reversed thing becomes law there
I .
all white black
I with trimming ara required to appear on
While unloading, overheard a the gangs on the bush and and the other Is black with white would be one fire crew for every AliKiiHt 22, 194'i! In the above named. ror nnri'iT>TY, rLoniuit roi II" '. HH\DFOHI IN CHAW.Edward .>
Court and raime, wherein plaintiff
fellow say: "They're real prettyHomebody's hog harrow and tilted them up markings. Don't know wheN 100,000 acres of forest land. That I neeka divorce and. restoration ofmnlden ('.:11 y.
would make our little county Uraclford County Earl HuHton Plaintiff vn.
going to get a good toward the middle Then started they came from but owner may
nhall ll h thla Order
Teli-Krnph >
have 1 1-2 pul
price for them!" It's a real pleas- have them by coming here. crews. Gentlemen: for i ;n. next four weekly Iwtuea.VltneiiM .
work 3-4 and
to on a acre patch the good this fire control act ASK FOR
a # # my hand and official m>nlut
U' -- -i In less than an hour had made up NEOKLKHM! CIIICKKNH would do the people and counties Htarke. Florldu. thla. July 20th,

r 43 rows four and a half feet of this state U would be like car 1041. M
Following up the story about a (OFFICIAL H. A I.) A. J. Thomaa, 666
We want to apart and really high. Next step man raising wing-less chickens rying the city of Tallahassee Fire Aa. Clerk of Haiti Court

will be to level thi-mi off and think Department to Miami and telling Fly Haven "Cronbv r>. I1.II .
read about another one trying to O. Brown, Starke, FlaAtty.
demonstrate this we'll follow our neighbor's advice produce a neck-leaa breed. Seem those people", not to worry that I for Hit. i-23 4t 813IV

and tme a leveling board. 'But am they would protect the city of
he reanoned that If birds were ClltfllT ('OI.IT. III 'nt'OHO
satisfied that tractor will bed up. Miami from fire. .n vrr. FI.OIIILMI: nit.vP.IIV. -
raised low
BETTER In very quarters the
Later also made There around 70,000 farmers : .
same day
they would grow without a neck Onule, hlllH, Plaintiff, v.. William
hedH in the "kitchen garden'* unsuccessful In the. State of Florida who SlllH riffemtnnt. fane No. 742't.(1KDICH .
Experiment proved ,
PLOW where we will pretty Boon be would have been affected by this !: OP' PUHLICAT10N PHONE 218
hough as the chickens retained .\SI'SOTI'I': TO APIBARHTATK
planting vegetables for our own taw if It hud, become a law. Under tip FLORIDA to: Wll-
.heir necks and only grew hump the lam, KIllH whoBO re ldenve la Un-
tine. backed. present law Bradford uiown. COLONIALFLORIST

Also used the tractor to cut If we keep up this messing around County can have a Forest Act; If You nre. required' to appear nn
they had voted on it themselves. Minuet 22 Ii4'i. In the above naineil FARROWING HOUSE
some land which was over
up with Mother Nature we'reItolng Court, and 1 cauae. wherein, plaintiffneeke
with sedge and pine Then the Board of County Commissioners dlvor"... Bradford County
grown grass to get some awful shocks,
seedlings. This land about an Picture If you will the mule-of would have entered a Teli'Krnpn In .next four shall. weekly publl-n Imtuea.thla. Order for better pork production!

acre in size, had not been used the future consisting only of foilstrong contract with the State Board of Wltneaa. mv hand. and official aeHlnt
!ForeHt people and upon violation Starke, Flol'' ,'Ida, thla. July 21. .
for time and it
a long provided an legs for pulling the cow 1949.
For convenience and sanitation build 'liog house
efficiency "
of this contract could cancel your
acid test" for the tractor. Cut of the future only an ovgrtilze udder they (OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thoman.
\ of CONCRETE BLOCKS. It will provide dry warm quarters end
ThU plow It over once and will let It stand and the neck-less, wlng-lesn tho contract. But if this had become An Clerk of aalil Court. size IIcel.
a law the Boards in the By Haven Crooby. 1*. C. ii eonly kept free from parasites. a to yuur .
leaven a clean- for a few weeks, and will then cut chickens etc. What a terrible 7-22 4t -13

, cut furrow wall and furrow It under again and sow some sight n barnyard would be then State .would have had no authority Phone ......... for complete de toils. We deli..,.'
but would have been dictated I i*. rniriir .'OIHI\ HII U..O....
bottom a turned-over furrow cover crop on it. If successful we And who can tell what .would' happen C'"tvii, KLOIIIII iv tnvi : I
slice and well covered trash. will regain an acre of land which If the breeding produced some to by the Forest Board and would ".."'. FLOWERS I ,
It U controlled have to pay taxes indefinitely and Oliver K. Anderiinn, Jr., Plaintiff, CONCRITK ILOCKSIRICKIASrSFLOOR. I
by.Ford Hj.draulle waa Idle and put it In pasture and quirks as U does. The mule n. .Aline Andertfon, Defendant.. CuaaNo. FOR ALL OCCASIONS t.
Touch ControL to good uae. might result In a fine pair of ears get no service. :/ 7I2oiti DRAIN AND ROOF' Till
There were some of >RTt: OP, prnt.ir"ATioN' :
Built atronff Did our first job tractorlng for the cow in a set of horns, and thechlck..n questions A.\l I' NOTICK TO APPBAK8TATK DISH GARDENS READY.""IXED CONCRCTI AND CEMENT

with bases avail hire this week. A neighbor by In tall feathers only. You Mr. Crawford asked as to whether OP. FLORIDA to: Allnondrion.
or not he \ whnnti rev.ldince and ad-
able to fit any .. the name of Rasmussen asked us ..an Improve on nature but for Forest Law did was I think against the dreHtt. IH: Unknown. POTTERY MEETS ALL A.S.T.M. SPECIFICATIONS
to his old bed make haste or It was You required'
plowing condition cut up strawberry Pete's sake let us nr* to appear on
a good thing. And I said: "Yes AliKiiHt 23 19411, In the above namedt'omt POTTED PLANTS
Let ua Visit eur.'I for him to prevent the'overgrowthof slowly. under the nnd i rautje.' wherein plaintiff l Aiuiis Inc.
bring; one out to aa.. ..r. weeds.. Did the job to his satisfaction a aSI'EKIS'G present law we had It .i-ekx dlvorie. Bradford. County liiiilcliii&Siipply! ,
.......11II.... and THINGS would be a good ,thing but under Teleicrnph ehalt publish thla. Ordertn FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE
your. place soon, earned some money. OF HHCII : : nuxt four
weekly laHUen.
the new law It would be 1836-1048 Main
bad for St. South
DI'XIE'EQUIPMENT One thing though. After BO many notice that a new Insecticide' Wllncan niv hand. and official Heal ,
our little county as .we had at Htnrkc. Florida. this 20th
a war July ,
hours of use. the tractor people which kills gnats and aphids bu I I'M1)' Nona St Stark GAINESVILLE FLORIDA

Inc. tell you to tighten up the tractor docs not harm bees' and butterflies against dictatorship and this law (OFFICIAL KKAL> A. J. Thomai. I'
would have. canned the State AR Clerk' of maid Court. P.O. Box 62 Phone 217-218
1436 Went Main St.. South to prevent it falling apart. Aft..rbumping has been announced. Don' Board of Forest Control Hy Haven. CroHby. D. r.
and bouncing over those try to pronounce It bls-dlme to be. H. O. 1 frown, Hlarke Fla.
Gainesville Fla. dictators of the whole state of Attv.._ .fnl-. .PIt... 7.99_ __ 4f._ ._.19iv n
old bods for a few hours, its thltDon't hylaminophosphorus. Hope that .
Florida. and
It.s shortened to BDP or some we are strictly cinriii< c'ol'u'r. nn U'Fo..n .
I igalnxt. any dictatorship in Brad C'.<>! > II. Fl.oil 1"1'| ( HIV.f .
in the
such thing. Another step F.ltV.Kllire .
mending battle to win the war ford County. ., I Huff "Otrotica. Plaintiff v..
Your Dead Animals Mr. Crawford ashed the Forest Verer StrciuKu, Iiefvndant "....R..III.. .
Bury against pests without upsetting 7433. limited
Commissioner advertised h,
the balance by also killing beneficial ORDER: OP PrBLJC'ATTOV
would keep Florid green how AND NOTICK) TO APPBARMT : '
things. "" .\TK" : OP FLORIDA to: Peter -- '
he Intend to
keep Florldugreen
a e Strouira, whone. rmldanea and uddrvtiii rime
by buying more new trucks : In: Unknown.
OF DEAD IIVK HKKN HEADING n Ijool and You nre" required to appear onMiicunt
HORSES MULES OR CATTLE painting them and
green run-
called "Front Porch Farmer" by 22. 1910. In the above named
nlng up and down the roads with Court and cauMH. wherein plaintiff
Channlng Cope, Farm Editor of them ? .eek.. divorce and re-noratlon of
the Atlanta Constitution. One of maiden nn"' ''. Bradford CnuntvTHleicraph
(I'aid for by frlrniN uho appreciate "ball niihllnh thla Order
PHONE STARKE 189 he most Interesting books we'veever :Sir. Cranfonl't.florin. ;In. nuxt four weekly leauea.WltneHft .
read. It plugs the system orearround mv hnnd and official
behalf. .
If You Have: Difficulty Call Our Jax Office Day, pastures and the enrlchment I, our ) .It.Hal 1041"r Htaike, Florida thla July

of the Southland. Cope (OFFICIAL BRAD! A. J. ThomaAn -.,
Night Holidays I AM: A 1IO"US'
who has earned the title o'Kudzu Clerk or aald Court
rtv Haven Croehv, D. C.T.
JAX 'PHONE}; .1 15500:> Kid", tells how four "grazng I have traveled everywhere, Frank I.andrum Starke. Fla.
31' Ally for l-lf. 7-23 4t 813IV
cropii Kudzu. Kentucky nmarkund. and the Bar bury

Rescue, Serlcca Lespedeza and Coast. On the camel trails of the rlll I .IT (',ll HT. BHtllKORIIT
FLORIDA SOAP CORP. Ladlno Clover make his Yellow Sahara and through the Khyber ,('<>:! \ FI.OHIIMl IV tllll.F.IIV .

River Farm yield successfully despite : t'uss. I have followed the Dnvlon' ",,"I.nr.lrOlnnlo.: Plain
seaway tiff. v.. .Averv .',,,'k M'Climl i>..
PHONE 2196 DOCTORS INLET FLA.IICWINI any and all weather condlIons. ind the airways to the familiar fendnnt. Cane Nn. 7419.OHI1RH .

No theorist. Cope lias bull [>laces and to the strange ports I ': OP PI'IfLIOATIOVAMI :
I up an Impoverished farm to the >f call all around the world. I am OP' jo'I.OI1I0'\ : Averv

point where it Is netting him a- l :20th! century Marco Polo.I Jack :Mi'ninnlrt. whnne residence andaddrena

j bout $11.000 a year. His plan Is am a movie fan.I You' are In: Unknown.required. to appear onAlurimt

going great guns up In Georgia saw the Buttle of Hustings l.f 1941) In the above named
Court and 'a"Vh."ln plaintiff
and It may offer possibilities her find I was there ..when King John Reeka divorce. Itrndfnrd CountvTrlexrnph

In Bradford County. One hitch I Idthnt agreed to the Maxna. Charta. I Khali piihli-h. thla Order

yt7t1 9ETt to establish Kudzu. for Instance VHS present when the icdoubti hi\\neitt ItnenN four mv weekly bund and l.muee.official l le r rI

takes three years and it were stormed at Yorktown and I "lilt Stark*, Florida. thl> :July "tl I I.

Is hard to work that far In advance 'the world turned upside down." I (OFFICIAL 8R\L> nfA. J Thoma'

and still pay our Immediate r: saw the Constitutional Conv..ntion. Aa Clerk nald Court.:
nv Haven "rn "y. D C.
expenses. However Isn't all and I have walked with T. Frank" I-amlrum, l'arkiaFl .
5TORI farming based on future planning Lincoln In the shadowed White 1 for Plf. : S-S

? House grounds. All the past ID

t We are going to adapt some known to me through/ my own

I of his Ideas to our farm, u
food advice and experience of our lived forever.I .

I) .. lelghbors and Tom McClane. am a movie (Iln.

, I Right now have planted three Ivanhoe. Mlcawber 'and Yancj

acres In cow peas for fall grazing Cravatt are friends of mJne. I ECIo

"" #1 yew"'My..IM will put In four and a half heard the knight proclaim, hi* o

JIM ) 'acres In oats and rye for the wtnter hallenge In the Llata. of Temples-

J.I NwY6fff m-tW"' / and then another crop for I owe; I walked the streets of

N'hr vr pHng. More about futuie plans O-iage! with the Oklahoma
ve-/$ pioneers.
.. '
\ when we've
thought It all out. In All the great characters

1 -I'W/I'$ .M He-;, ./ the meantime too. we're cutting of literature have come alive for aN..'

out weeds in a little 2-acre house me, transmuted from the printed Horn St..rln_ TIr.1

lot pasture snd plan to sow white age to men of flesh and blood.I ...,., Wlnc""aoW wlp.,1 H.atltlg"tsH'i''i'i

dutch clover there. am a movie (an. SERVICE ; '::" : Taillights Stop light. a.ar .'slo"
a a *

'/1,4Y'iNP Jd % SPENT A LOT OF A I>.\,. snrl > I have and heard Mozart and watched and Johann Chopin l i'i' minor a..o.n" ,rop.r ..nl..

DOc this week to put up an out I trauss compose their ageless NICE LINE OF ::Iiii, tiki'OO';!! work. _If n..e..1 l

door shower bath In the barn WATCHES.A BANDS :';" ,.':''i:.,"
/ ,f melodies. All the best In music ''Hm,!,.,..,:..:.." .,...:: : ':" "
yard. Used an old length of 3-4" hSll been brought to my ears. I USE OUR BUDGET PLAN

pipe and an old faucet found on I I am a movU fan. SANDERSWATCH

d'a7P the place' bought a couple of fittings I was with MacArthur on the

,,. and a can of pipe com battleship Missouri. I attended REPAIR

pound and rigged up the shonver. the sessions of the United Nations.
BEE And make believe that shower

o '" () ) 'Isn't welcome on these hot days. we now have a set-up whereby all CAMERA GIFT !SHOP.! fORD DEALERS g2> KNOW FORDS BEST

..... '-0 It's another benefit of having running our stock has access to good freshwater
Call Slrt-rt *>t Ra ra4
water on the place (which and that really help the

III OOMPJINT. 1A0.I..VILLI.. fLOKID 'ncldentally we also put In). By animals and saves us a tot of STAR KB. FtA. ANDREWS MOTOR Co.

piping the water to the barnyard j hard work. I j


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Methodist Church"My I warm at Kingsley Lake. She had Ity haven Crosby Deputy C'lrrk.' 10 (.1..... Toxrl. llrodford CouaflnrM ,.. I.lllliin\ J Ruiicoe. Defendant Case
returned to her home there from "('r'tjrW. & rarrnli-rmel. Ilghl l ..HII... ..t lo < hooper*. No. 7434
PINE LEVEL I Flit.. Atty., for fir 7-i H I-U M..rK(rt h'. 111." "1I1I."h. Plaintiff, Order of 1.. II......... and ...tl... Inpt
Calvary and Yours" la the :Ocala and has gone to Punta I -- v*' 'Kenneth o.ch' MiVutltM.lt., l> felid- % >.... Ni'trn or"* .....<>IIIII\ tot
sermon subject for the 11 o'clock fly MrsIt.. M. !MrRae Gorda to spend some tlnte with !. rirrvU Court .....ru'" CmaatT, ant Case Lillian J Himcoo, whoee realdenca
t livrldNt lit 1'ha"rery.hila .. Order .. PoMleolloo. a oil Volle to .la: I1) Nnuprrhan Terrace, Fleaaacilvlllf -
her oldest
hour Sunday morning: Your son, Sidney Her friends ivarl. :Martin, Plaintiff'' V". \........ Knit) .>K FI.In1195 let N.w York:
will be glad to know that she has John Henry Martin.. tl..I1.hln Cass Kenneth <'. Mci'ulloch., who. .e re,ldelice l- You are required to
Calvary and mine is an experience.It Mr. and Mrs. A F. Hall and No. 74.15.Order and adiren I I"' 461ft Ind appear onAuj'unt
sufficiently recovered from her 89 1949 1
Avenue South Mlnneapolla. Minn: In the above named
D Is a part of us. Zacchaeus children of Jacksonville are spend' paralytic stroke to be able to I ..!. ( C1'5rel Paftlli-ntloii. Mil- .A-.OHII'l.tlr>\ tot toPs You are required. to appear on Court and eaus.. wherein plaintiffi
walk with John Henry Martin. wrinnv August W UU. In the above named **eka dlvorc Bradford County
kl climbed a sycamore tree to see Ing a few days here with Mrs. help. and address !I. unknown: rvftlrionc Court and cause, wheroln plaintiff I Telegraph shall\ publish I this Order
-- I Jeans but he did not stop there. Hall's parents Mr. and Mrs. H. Mrs Ray DeCracia and StephenValavanis ...k. divorce. lirailfonl" County l.n. next four: weekly' ', ..
J I are required to appear on Telegraph shall publish. thla Order :
ChurchThe ; Witness .,
Baptist St. Mark's Episcbpal He put that vision Into practice. M. Mcllae and other relatives. from Green Cove called 'Antrim! 29 194U. in the above named In next four weekly, laauea. at Starke' my hand Florida and, thl.officialseal July
That Is what After few of Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Wltneeii my hand. and official 25. 1>49.
Calvary as an experience spending a days en- on the Strick lands Sunday. Lor- I seeks .
divorce cunrotiv
A Acontrol
two morning services at the K' rare eal I at stark, KlorltU. this July
\ II. F. !Simmons. B. I)., Vlrar will do for us. joyable t vacation at Augusta, Ga.. ene Fields returned with them to of minor shad Hrailford 17. I041. (OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. Thomaa.
First Baptist Starke, make It posaiblo Sunday, August 7 Tenn. fniinty Telegraph shall puhlifh thin (OFFICIAL SK\t.) A. J. Thomas A a Clerk of said Court,
The Chattanooga call friends
sermon subject for Sunday Philadelphia on there for a short Order In next four weekly iMHiieii, Ai Clerk of laid Court T y Haven Crosby D. r*.
to care for the large groups 9:15: A.1Summer Session evening at the 8 o'clock hour will Pa., and New York the Hulls are time. Witness n\y\ hind and official. nv Unren Crosby D. C. Lay Heldon. Hvlden Side, Daytona

of people who desire to worship of the Church School. be "Divine Protection". This Is glad to get back to Florida again. 311.seal. l I'M'at Clarke, KlorM.t\ this July Atty.T. Frank for. 1'lt.I.andruin Starke 7-111, Florida 4t 5.1, Atty.Peach for Florida IMf. ,.n 4t J-1S

each Sunday. T.e nrst service is 11:00: A. M. Holy CommunIon -,1 a worthwhile message for our Mrs. Y. A. Tyler has returned to 'Boy With Green Hair'. OFFlCtAL Aa ARAL Clerk A.of said J. Thomas.Court. -

attended by the youth of the Ion sermon by the Vicar. I I day. God has many resources her home in Tampa after a visit Hy Haven Croabr. D. C. fo rimlt ('...t. Bradford ("...tF.
with her brother and sister-in-law, Is Unusual Film A. J. Thmiiatt, Jr., Starke Florida. ......
church at 9:45: with the messageby The church Is for I that we need and that are available .01.. In Cbaocery.Jimrph EXPERT
open dally for IMf. .,
Atty. 7
4t I-U .
Mr. and !Mrs. J. Caelanaro, Plaintiff vu.
A. Fender
to .
the Pastor "Late For Supper". prayer and meditation. 1 us.Believe Coming To ParkOne Alice Rllaabelti rantanaro. Defend
To this service also are Invited any It or not It her daughter Betty Jo. She was .. ('I...... "..rf. Bradford CummFlnrl .,.. 'ant Cane No, 7419.
cannot attend the second was com accompanied home by her daughter .la. lit < ha.rvry.Klf Order ot PoollealloB. ..<* Metleo 1cad 1sfl
who ( : fortably cool In ,
the Sanctuary of the most widely dis l > Knaur Hoed rinlntlff. v* t* Apoe r
morning service at eleven. The There will be a cemetery working and the Sunday School departments Shirley Denmark who tins cussed I.uthpr. Krank Heed, l..(.ndant erwin OK. ...I.OIIIII1 TOt
regular hour worship the Fas- at and spent her vacation with Betty Jo films of the year "The Ciiao No. 7412, Alice Rii..nl>eth Caatanaro whose
Dyal Cemetery rooms last
on Friday. Sunday Order of PuklloatloH anil Y.tlc. to
tor's message will be the first In August 5. Everyone Is asked to morning. Again we extend a and other relatives. Boy With the Green Hair" :will '........ K'r\.I..: O*' KIIHIIIIt to II.ulhr reiildenr and address la U Aen-
of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. be shown at the Park Theatre Frank ll<*ert, whom rsld.oceIs wick Street Mewtiurvlt. New York:
series welcome Myrick of for
a messages "August bring the necessary tools to give to visitors. Come for run tlreyhntmdHas, Pr-pot, Bg You ara required to
appear on
Aughts for Christiana" and the this last resting place of our study and worship with us. Gainesville were visiting Mr. and three days beginning Sunday I Crown aired.. .New Hiiven 1'unnl: AiiKiint Ii" 1949, III I ho' almve named

subject "The Aught of Prayer'Afre. ". loved ones a thorough cleaning. Mrs. Robert Myrick Sunday after-, Starring Dean Stockwrll as "theboy" : August You a1 Sfl.* 1941)iutrtrt In the lo above appear nami'dCourt on Court divorce.snit cause, wherein Bradford plaintiffseeks County

Mona Canova will be noon. and cat,... wherein' plaintiffaeekft .
: organ.1st E. L. Crawford chairman Cemetery At The I IIr. Telegraph shall publish this Order t
TabernacleThe 1 this film has a notable cast divorce. ant reatoratlon' of In next four
at both services, directing the Committee.the !\ and Mrs. Robert Myrickand I maiden name. Prndfnril fountvTelrKraph Wltiroa n\r 'i.knIJ and official
Youth Chorus In the first service. Tabernacle Is cool daughter Kathy spent Satur- Including such favorites as Put ahall nuMioh thl. Order seal. I at atarke' r'loi-l.l.i. Ibis July
always a I O'Brien In (ii'Xt four. weettlv tMfUlea. SERVICEChaa.
Barbara 15. I U/9
Mrs. LucUe Green Is director of j request hymn and chorus perI.I place on hot evenings and the day night with !Mrs. Sue Myrick rt Rvan._ Hale and Rob- I I WllneuM_ ..mv_ t I.'n..L! ,official: (OFFICIAL, A.
In" :
I u... .... .. ...... ... f Thomaa I
the Adult Choir which sings durIng -- word of God is read meditated at her home at Lake Geneva. II. 141'tFFICi'1t.n' ftv. r "1O" "" Aa of alit Court

the regular service hour. Sunday School meets at 9:45: for on, and expounded, and is a up re Mrs. Irene Boon has returnedto Movie fans all want to know RKAT.t: A. J Thonma Hy Kay Haven Hrliti-n. Crosby,, Meieii, D. C.. C.
BLOC Daytona
I Sunday evening one great ser services that continue to be re- freshing place to spend Tuesday her home at Heilbronn Springs what made the boy's hair turn Ky Haven A.Crnahv. Clerk D of O.Hay .mid Court.. lieavh. Florida' ,

vice for al1.An" amplifying system -cord-breaking !In attendance. Friday, Saturday and Sunday after spending a few days with green and those who see the film 10.1.l K*>Men Ltldic, Daytona Ally fur Plf. ,.19 4C 1-19 ShepherdAt
reaches those who Classes and departments for all Mrs. H. M. McRae. first( are asked. not to disclose this Heath. Klnrlda, -
are seated I evenings. Convenient
for Service Station
parkng Atty. for I'lf. 7-39 4t 8.U lo Cleat Gay's
ages directed by staff of 6C'' Mr. and !Mrs. 3.V.. !McRae and secret to their friend. Cart Hradford Coaoty.r'lortdai .
In the adjoining rooms with an I a cars also. In < ........,..
air circulator that keeps the whole teachers and officers. The Sponsor family enjoyed a supper in honor Next Wednesday and Thursday In Circuit ("...t. D...,..* (....ty. tMwardV: llu.oor. Plaintiff, "..
spoke from the .'......., la .
comfortable. The by the Training Unions for all Book of their son, Arley Wayne's fifteenth the Park is presenting that out tkaairerr.Helen ..
message ages of Acts on Sunday morning Thiimpiion i'lalntlff. V'. Paul -- -- -- - ,
Pastor at 8 o'clock .will be "See- gather at 6:45: with an active and in the evening from Psalms birthday at the home of Mr. standing film "The Best Venn .P Thompson, liefendant. (..... :No.

Ing What You Are", evangelistic. Adult Union. 119:126. "It is time for Thee. and Mrs T. N. Norman of Heil of Our Lives", with an all-stary 74 Order'3 .t r..I1....... a... Notice Fresh "

Inspiring heart-warming, follows All services are now held In thi' Lord, to work: for they have bronn Saturday evening July 30.! cast Including !Myrna Loy, Fredrlo STATE or.. Af FLORIDA...... '.! Seas Food

new Sunday School building dur- made void Thy law" Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender and !March Dana Andrews Teresa Paul. r' ThnmpHon.' who, r..ld."c.You .
I children accompanied by Mrs. E. Wright and Virginia Mayo. an** addreea la unknown: *
ing construction of the church The
special musical selections C. Batten and children of Starke, are required to appear en DRESSED For The Pan!
auditorium: for the ,AUK-UK 2* 1441 In the above named Ready
CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION days were two vocal solos| enjoyed a chicken supper given at NOTICE TOLL CONC'ERNKIl Court and causa, wherein plaintiffeeeka
A cordial Invitation is extendedto by Miss Edna Noegel I who dlv..r.... ftradford CountyTelearanh
sang I at the home of !Mrs. Fender's parents Santa Fe Cemetery' Is in need ahall puhliah thla Order MULLETSllimir SEA TKOUT KKD .FISH -
the ( "
all to
meet and worship at all morning hour: ", Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Battenof of cleaning and all with loved ones In next four weekly:. lanuea CAT FISH. And All Other Kind
services. and at Witness :
night: "Such Love As burled I my hand and official!
God's." She Theressa Sunday afternoon. there are asked to send donations sal at Starke, Florida, this July When Available
was accompanied at il tn4'OFFICIAL'.
so we can have.his work
the piano by R. J. Gomes with BIRTlinAY PARTY ( "I'ALA.. S. Thomas
Your Feet Know The violin done. Any donations will be appreciated. Aa. Clerk of aald Court AKRIDGES FISH MARKET
obllgatto by W. B. McKin- Lynn McRae celebrated his TIaven
Py Crosby D. C.
ney. birthday with his little friends at .I. H. Marrlmm. I...", Each ng.1>ld.., TENTH=" ) AT OAK ST. -:- NEAR S.A.L. DEPOT
At the close of the Tuesday his home on July 23. The chil- Mrs.Hampton M.vy' Fla.L. Wattcrson Treas. ratty.TitckannvlltKlorlita, for rif. ,.19 4t I-n _,_-_ trsstsSrSsSrStSrSssSsSSrss-s-.s-4r'

evening service a short business dren enjoyed games on the lawn

the i were called into the dining In Ik. Tlrrult
meeting was held relative to the Court. llradrord
1 room where a beautiful 4 ..u...". .. ,,,.10'.. IH t.......,.".
perpetuation of birthday
n the
? Tabernaclework. t'Axton S Campbell. I'lulntirr. vs. VI/17a S GI IEP susaamaSummer's
cake with nine candles centeredthe JoHephlna.. Virginia. )Erpa Campbell,: 1"1 '
.. ,
.r 'HI..nt. ,
dining table. -l
Miss Susan Wallace, Tabernacle mother JO""I.hln."Iralnla 1':rp. I'amphall! .g OA1CEif >
Mrs. B. M. McRae was assisted in In q jT ,,
secretary, is hereby niilirioil lo flue mi appear.Knee
spending her coo
9e Mss
vaca In this Court C
serving refreshments to the chil- In the abovestyli q
tion this week in :
Jacksonvillewith ran. ore Monday Heplemher. ooo
.. relatives. dren by Mrs. A. J. Fender Mrs. 6. 191", to a bill for rtlvori-e filedairalnnfc ,
v ... Robert Myrick Mrs. T, N. Norman her by Paxton t4. ('a", ,,10..11.
When You Bring Your R. J. Gomes attended the wed- Mrs. E. C. Sapp and Mrs. J. 191 Plaintiff.*. Thin 97th day of July
ding of his cousin Edward Gomes (OFFICIAL 8RAI.
PHARMACIST W. McRae. ) A. J. Thomas.
Shoe Repair Work To at the Rldgewood Baptist Church (Clerk Circuit Court
Hollyhill Those present to enjoy this occasion
BIGGS & BAKER Daytona Tuesday even-
Phone 64 STARKE Ing. were: James McRae, Shirley .
Every job, large or Miiall given : Carolyn and Doyle Kelly
fJn-the- linit Servict
our best workmanship ultli the Jolce Barbara Jean, Ray Leon WELDING

DAY & NIGHT best materials."The Christian ChurchJ. ..1nd Hnnni. -Foe-_ Tlwimiia-_ _..____. r2_.u rnll_._ f
Norman Rudy and Joe 'Allen

.: -.- .. .. .. .. .... .. 1. B. DIXON, Pastor. Sapp, Harley McRae Betty Jo 9Il
10:00: A. M. Bible School.
Denmark, Geraldine and James
Morning Worship 11:00,: A. M. __ .. and LpPLt4/t
> .uti Kathy Myrick. Other
Sermon Subject. "Great Grace ,. (' ,
Great Fear" >- .t oemdea his parents and 'lII: 4e e /
Man Who Cheated ...r, ..nny. and Mister Shirley
Subject of s v
Evening Sermon vAne> Wayne McRae Mrs

The Undertaker" "Make He Thee Good". .HiJi.ll Thomas, Mrs. B. W. Mc- We offer the people of Starke !

Wednesday Night P ray e i ._., ...U Sara. Warren Kelly. Lynn

will be the subject of .Pastor. Dob Gray's; sermon Meeting. .,.vtd presents.LONG I many. beautiful and wle.I and tlrlnltjr one of the most Biggest Food Value Parade!

Sunday evening at 8 o'clock.
HOLINESS modern and finest equipped
,..., ..,
lOtli ? ?c.w y
St. and Temple Ave ,,c
welding shops anywhere.All Ask at
Sunday School 9.43 Aug.
a. m.; MornIng -
a. m.; Evangelistic Work GuaranteedSMITH'S Store for

11 :00 A. 1\1.: "The Power of Secret Sin" Services 7.00: p. m. Everyone -4-3 .
welcomo. Ily :Mrt. J. I.. "Slrle'kltndMRS. ; j 4PageColor
10:00: A. M.: Bible School B.T.U. at 7 P.M.: GARAGEAND

Good Singing At Every Service CIU'RCII OF CHRIST
Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday IIAR\EY \IJCJKTT: 6 3 Iqt Price List
Special Music At Night Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday Mrs. Harvey Padgett departed Ate. Starke -

Evening Service 7:15: p.m. Sunday t his life Thursday night July 28,

after a long Illness. She had been

in Shadycrest Hospital in Starke
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke CATHOLIC CHURCH for some time, ycelvlng the best

Rev. Lewis I). Haines Pastor Sunday Mass 9:15: a.m. of care, but her illness would not

Sunday School 11 a.m. respond to medical care. She wasa Value .
r, Week Day Mass 8:30: am. life-long resident of this sec.
"In The Heart of Town And In The Hearts
dayBible lion a devout Christian, and has

of The People" Study Is every Wednesday been a member of the Long from Volume I ,,4

r at 7:43CIU'RCII: Branch Missionary Baptist Church comes !

A Southern Baptist Church For All People for a number of years. She will ''',

OF GOD be greatly missed as a good neighbor Chevrolet offers you the most
: r ::1"18:00 Rev. U Williams, Pastor and a church member, not to ..
Morning'Worllhlp 11:00 Happy "" : i >
: 8th
&: St. Clair Sts. -V
mention how badly her family will value because Chevrolet
Sunday School9:4.1: Training tnlon-6-13: Sunday School 10 a.m. miss her. Burial services were ..

Midweek Ser Ice Wrilnpday, 8:00 t'. :M.. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. held Saturday afternoon in Pad builds the most trucks! \ .,

r, Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p m.V. gett Cemetery

TWO GREAT SERVICES SUNDAY MORNING. ; p. E Sesvlca Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Those left to mourn her departure t
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m.COXriREI.ATIO.VAL tr
9:451 11:00 "Th AughtOf Prayer" are her husband Harvey Pad. .
: "Late For !Slipper" : : t
gett, three daughter. Mrs. H. C. .

Sunday Evening: :Messages! "Seeing What You ,\rl'" METHODIST CHURCH Williams Mrs Barney Carter, IJo'i

r" Services every first and third Miss Sally Ann Padgett, and Jennie ,, lJ r 111- I "',

"Visit The Church W Ith The VNItlnf. Pastor" Saturday night, Sunday morningand Padgett all of Mlddleburg, 51'1rr.r
sisters Mrs.' Rena Padgett
Sunday night. 11 a.m. and '
!Middleburg; Mrs. Bertha Padgett,
M 9 p.m. at Congregational Methodla -
Big Branch and Mrs. Leona Pad
on Brownlee Road.
Rev. Ernest Griffin, pastor. gett. Long Branch; also one .'d
brother Virgil Padgett. :Middle-

OF LATTER: IV H.\LNT8Th !! Mr. Nash .was a visitor In thin ..fa.t I

Church of Jesus Christ of vicinity last week looking the ..... j

Later Day Saints will hold Sunday school situation over and locating ,,':. .

school in the USO buildingon /: a place to boi 1rd next school term Uti

Temple Avenue every Sundayat A letter from MU Wood who ...... ,f yW:::'
s rctrl 10 a m. A cordial Invitation Is In college In Gaineivllle ..,,-.
Is extruded to all. she has been quite busy this sum ;.,..<'""

mer.Our sister-in-law Mrs. Lizzie ......

Strickland, says it has even been at1 l lrlt

< World's builder of trucks that's Chevrolet
teaemu. r. :: biggest -, ->
By Mrs. E. A. Sapp .y-.r'/ !! And Chevrolet volume helps cut production

( ....... HOWARD'SD "' % .t e: s f- ::' costs makes possible bigger truck values at lower
: '''
:; ''
Mr. and Mrs. Pledger John prices. That's why truck for
1 ... lfV you get more your money)

I Want Repairs !f" 1, visited in Mr.Lake and Butler Mrs. Sunday Jonnle, Andrews D R U "- "+l "'. ( when you buy Chevrolet Advance-Design trucks. Come

Mrs. A. D. Conner and granddaughter CmiS iJ1; ?! in and let us help you select the fight; truck for your

Miss Bobbie Ann Good ,
Why wail till you're J PRODDED; into action win of Ft. Pierce are spending -.iI delivery or handling requirements.

few with the E. Z :
days A. Sapps.Mr. .
by rotting floor boards, broken door hinges : and Mrs. Albert Moody and ;

loose steps, a leaky roof, etc? Tackle those Mr. and Mrs. Pledger Johns and .
attended the tobacco sales TRUCKS

home repair jobs BEFORE: they get out of 'In Lake City Tuesday .
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We welcome Mrs. Jessie Lee

hand! Check your home now, and stop in J..aunby and boys, Joe and Jon Call on WI for reliable drug

with your Repair List this week! t back in our community. They and .health a* d* at worthwhileaavluf
are living In the Sheppard hump. CHEVROLET/

Mr.. Ella Moody Is on the sick *. We pride ourorlvr on '

list this week. Her daughter Mrs
the acrupulnwt exattnpn which
Alva Thomas of Jacksonville Is .

TAR.KE* visiting her. We hop she U gum Into nerjr single pr '-rlp--

CS lOOn),1.well.L. Johns.! Jr., Is In Hope lion we fill. TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

BUILDERS SUPPLIES Haven Hospital In Jacksonvilleand PHONE 79

"" is undergoing several operations
.at S.A.L. DEPOT"O'taya.4ft. 45W" on his arm. W. wish M. L. Temple Avenue Stark. *, ........
every success and a. speedy recov .

ery. I

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of 1948 an.t. Is ;well known Appreciation Day Winner omycln and chlorosycetln. which meeting. Braulio
Congratulated (Wlcky) 8aems e.r. 420 Hlld..b.andt lIulldln..,. Jark_ rlrk I'anll'allo. D.ht..l..n. !.. e..... No.1t .
throllA'hout Dra ((,rd anll Union cure typhoid fever for aa little as and Jose' Garrlgo ot Havllna, lion vIII... ...10.1<1.... 8.
HA 1 PTONny Counties.Mrs. $70 and pneumonia and typhuol Cuba. and Th.. City ("uullell r..rv... tho '... '
I Hugo Venegas of Car.I rlarht t., r..J..ct ORPFn: ( J'( LJ'ATIONAN
allV .r HII h''''". ,,
lever for $50 or less, the speaker I> NOTll' ] Tn APl'lAoIt:
\,.... M. C. I agney. Cuba. who are at Camp 1'1"- 0.ltKI. IITATI'; : l''l.h'k
: SVI'"yi OF Jo'I.OltIOA to.
Claudo L. Il'ft on SaturdllY 8ald. fly ra.1 .. .
May :I (mrnokah'e, entertained with vocal S.II nt 8.1 II John. 1:11)' l.'I..rk. I'a"....11... who... ....Id.nc.. I...: 143I
for Phlladolphla. ('a.. where Dr. Slaughter then trace<2 the'' and harmonlea selections. Soulh ol"mbu.. Oallun. Ohio.Vou .

!i TORK MItOWF.R IIhe wlll visit her aunt. 1011'11I. Wm.C. development ot movements .... (" .....It f..rt. H".U..r. ('".....,.,,I Au..u..t a.a .. '"949., qulr..d III tho to above aPI..1I1'n'Lln..d on ,
Honoring Mrs. Raleigh Brannen.a Kammerer. Mrs. Kammerer.Mrs. ,,"overnment responsibility tor .. ..."1.'..' ... t ..........,.. .' nn'" ..au.... wh 'f'ln plalnllff'
May and Miss Joan Sweenl'Y medical care, begl ,WIUmeaMure 1..It....... T.. H.'d.... JRm."allIIn... J.ltt: ;.lwH'cI.. .. Plaintiff.. VI., .....k. ellvoc", 1I..tru.d l.IIIIIr: :
delightful stork show'r wal glven nulIC \ A. ""w..d. 0. f..11t. CR"" .. O.der
will IIpend two wepkll at the Introduced ('lty of IIII/I"ke. V.aMord County, N... 7 tGO.Ord. r..I : Pr u: ..t.I I\\: ,,::.I.
In Community Hall on 'ruesday N. ..1.Mr. by IJlsmarltIn Flu.ld... .. ..r ,...1011.......... ,.." ..t"'. '..
I Iaflernol Rf'.telgh Hotel In Ocean City, Gennany about 18911 and cun.tlnulng H..aled ""'"uHal... for the con.true. .,pp...... .....t. ..r ..'..rld.. .....,: atW k':. "' I'd":. : <' .
>n. lIostcsRes for the oC.1caslon and Mrs. Joe Oliver and through the Brltlllh Na.I lion or ....ven thou"lIm' nine hun- J/LlII.../ .. ... FJdWH""". ".."' .... .""Id..'....., 19 Ill.OJo'FIl.'IAL.. 'I .

were: Mr8. Thos. F. Brown.Mrll. dauKhter. .Joyce. have movl'd tothl'lr .ional Health Act of 19U. I d.od an.1 H.ven C7. IJ11 "Iu".e ya.d"I I. VOII 11120 a."uk. r"'IIII.IIIlr..I...., No.folk.t.. ftl'I..II'Vs."", ( !lEAT.) A. J. Thuma...
Lynn Hatt an Mr8. Coat ,iRigdon. former home In Ft. Lauder.dal. I American proposal. fur medlcRIc I ror P/LVItII', to"elh..r With ..om.I S" lo.nob,'., II'' h. I"41! In th.. a..v8n'LI..ed A. ('I..rk of' ..Id Cou.t..
for I ru.ly-Iwo hund...... U.20ll' f..1 ..f <. ..".t "lid "''lIlNe. Whf'.I., fly IIlIv"n l.'oHby, p. (. ..
The shower tables WI'I'" after Hvlng In Hampton re by government. he ...tated, ", :Doc..t.. c'lf'h' ..ro' ifill h... ..nd n..... 1 1-22 4t 8.1
covert'd wi t.h figured linen cloth!! Rl'veral lOonth.... largely began with the Murry.Wagnernlngell ...al'y If.ndln... will" 10.. .......lv.1I hy : : : rrTI';. p :; 'ii'11II, :rl ,
th.. l"1I)' COllnell of 8t""I,,. uolI ,, Y
and gorgeoll" summer roses Inpottuy David McMahon of Ft. Myersp..nt bills or the palot 3 .'. :\1. 011 AII""Ht 1:1.: 19tl.! .....1 Ih..npu ,tJ"WI n :..Hn ,\, f"nd" : ': ':;;I / i
vases graced the piano. several days hero last week ten years, cullmJnatlng In thl! hllely "I".ned .t "' ....tlllar tu 1.0.. ."HI n' Mta.k.., Flu.ldR. Ihl.. AU"1"

zinnias In pastel holders were 011 I with his brother. Don McMahun.at .. preloent National Health InsuriLncc held In .the".,,,City...al hllI"t Hilli.Ii.eh h ...reonopnn.I..d 4.10..I.IAI.UI'I.. "" AI,)" A. J. ThomllN. I"I\: !.E :
the end tables. MI88 Margaret tho home or Mr. and Mr Luther !Jill pending before \ongress.: Hopredlctpd by .. c"rtlfl..d l'he'k in the A" ('I"'k, of ."", ('Oll.t. T

Hall Rang a solo "MlaRourlWsltz" : WatterMon.Mr. that In tne end the co.t.11ISht ..mou..t, "r"w...r r......on Ih."n"a .I..rld.<1 UI.IIUII.dlltl' bank. III'J..hn lIa..n./ II..n""oll.Cr"Hby, D.":C."'1.. IU<,ha.lI..on WAS SII\TTEREU BV DEE RASD

accompanied at the planuby snd Mrs. Don ifill or Starke, well run to n.olu than $tfJOJer 0' .. 1.01... bo..d... fo. a Ilk. ...noo"n'wrlt..n .A. lIy. WIM'f... ..Pit.Ju'k onvlll.8.5.. "It,,,,8'11111.. I WISE.ND 1I11! SPIRIT
hI' NII."ty 11oenH"d
her mother. Mrs. Lynn Hall."Scrambhld moved here IOllt week. IInd havf'upHtalra .. [ )'1:011': In t1lX..8 Cor the mall ofiLverage t.. du h".III""" comPHny In "",,'Id..-. DEpAlnED DEFORE IT'VAS
Words" (a pen and apartments at the H. n. Income, which he described n..tall..d. pit.n. and .p..cltleaUon. I rlllr.. .. .. ('0111'1'. DM ronUro. CALLED "'OR" Early EJr'ptlan -
and and pr"IJo..LI. furnll' "' ''I' 10.. oblalned ...1.'. FI.U..U', '''' t II' ...
paper game I wa.a played. May reMldcnce.Mr. ... \ as a vy bur"'en" f.ulII th.. ..n 11I'1 0""'. Itnh..t C.II: r. I Tomb.
prlze8 awsrded to Mn. L. T. Johna.Ira. and MI'a. Audrey Turner In rtonduulng. Dr, Slaughter de. I /01.nrrll". Con"ultlnar Civil 1' n.lJln. Luc)' '''nlfallo. Plo.lnllrr. .... rill. .
n. n. ( ('n..le uo ') ()'Hlard mll"l1 happily 8.. he I" l'onjCratuIlIt,1 -
:!\ Vernon Slade and Mr8. Lu- and d/luA'hter./ Betty Joyce. ofOalncHvllle. scribed the .oluntary hE<.Jlth ;n.surance .
II)' 1'1"11.' C harl..y t:. Juhn... .... IwlnjC UU! wlnnl'r at .h.. flr"tApl.r"'lall..n
Anna Gltinry. Dt'llclou!! fruit dinner r:10vpmer,t In the U S. allexpmplifle.1
were Sunday ... ,... ,
I>>ay drawln" HI..n..or.... hy Stark.. m..r'hant... at th., :t"" .')'. 'f
Jlun!' wIt" 1'I'd pink nnd hili. 11It'st8: of till'. and Mrs. D. L. IIln. n the hl..a Cross and 'y, .."",- --
!'alt8 were a..rved after the gift... ('o..r'hl/u. "Rl'b.hU'Hd.1Y at & II. 'n. The wlnn..r hUlt ",,,'k "'1100.J. Bue! Shiell! lionh sprllRored by.hl' ";

Wt'r.. oJ>ened. Out-of.t\wn UlIt8wrre Ron.Mrs.. Ann R. Guy r..turnl'd to T. I'r'a". .Jr.. "hn 1"1.111. 10 I..r..t .h'k..t an.1 "' .....1".1 $18.10In dn. torot themselves. II You ought to be

Mr8. D. 'V. Moore of Starke.Mra. her home hpre last FrldilY after at..n Irud,' ..h..ks gl/lIll for lour'.lu._" ,.IIh 10..1 m'r'bont... This "" ..pklll" Three gucsts of the club at thta

F.lIza HodA'PS and Mrl.! Lu. day visit with Mr. and Mrlll.W. hu'ky I.l......... ",." )11'''' \\'. S. I'Imllh.' "I... h.ld II IB I"r'nt lid..t.l'ntitlnK driving a

anna Gainey of Lake Butler.JURTIJD. M. Joplin. of Lllke City. While / h..r to $:ll: fro... till' $ 11.2 "tr.m..r,. ,'h.t". POLITICAL I
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.\V DISSF.R I'\RT\' I I there the fnmily enjoyed are.IInlon .
with Mr. and Mra. John A.I I ANNOUNCEMENTS
!,.. anll rrs. Arc-hit' E. Ellundentcortnlned Plant
at dinner on Thura1dl1Y I Guy of BloomJngton, 111. Mr. and Light Rfport Showes Growth I..OR CITV CLF.RKI
Mrl. Hnry Guy and famlly. St.p..tl'rshurg. .
of last wcek In honor
nIght Mr. and Mrl. Fred Some Idea of the Increase In the U8e of electricity and of the hereby announce my candidacy
of Mr8. EIIAnd'8mother., 1011'11. M.L. .. Guy and children. Galm'avllle. all growth of Starke In the palt nine years can be gained by a comparl.aon for relectlun to the office of City

'Vatterllon.her Who was celehrat.In being pre".nt. Mr. and Mrs. Em.ory of op..ratlng records of the City Light & Water Plant. Superln.tendt'nt Clerk of the City of Starke. Hav.Ing .
blrthdav annlvt'rsary.
Guy ot Washington, D. C.. 8t'rved the City In this capa.
B. S. .Johns Raid this week.
Those attel1l.\lnl\ were Mr. and
city for the leveral
Mr.'atter 'w. Mr.Uld Mrs. Don wpre unablo to he with the family Records show that the peak load on the plant today Is more than past years
at that time.MIH" r f..el that the experience that I
McMahone. Frederick Wattt'rBon, group June RAchpr IS "pending five times the load during the year 1MB, and that the currcnt gen.erated have gained. will enable me to11scharge

MI 14 rV' Foil:! 'Vard of Stnrkolnd this .week In Brunawlrk. Ga.. villit. totals more than seven Urnes the plant output per day during the duties of thl" 1m.portant .

David McMahone of ."ort i 11111Mias Gladys Hicks.I the month of July 1040. the luperlntendent Itated."Tho office to the be t Inter.est" .

Myel'8.y'SOF.J..JST. Mr. and Mrs. l'urvls Hazen and 10lld at the plant continues to grow." Johna Bald. "IWHoul's of the people ot Starke. Iam

IIERE I children, Billy and Ella Jane orOcalm generated during July 10.19 were 46.000 KW Hours over thu a life-long relident of the City

Te! ReII'. AI Trot'ster of DOYI..III. who have b..en spending plant output for July 1918 an Increase In one year amounting to ot Starke. a taxpayer and my In.

town, Pa.. and San Diego. Calif.. weelu at Hampton Lake, more than the total gent'rated by the plant.n. \ July 10.10. after 38 tIre Intereats are located InStarke.

a'rlved on Saturday and was returned to tht'lr home Friday. years of plant operation. The municipal plant was started In 1902whcn Since beginning my service
I pre..nt at thlt Youth For Christ They with Mr. and Mra. L. A. It was purchased by the City rrom a privately-operated power as City Clerk the duties ot that .

,",..rUnl\' that evening. Raymond Wynn were dinner KueHt.. that day office have Increased tremendously
.J. GomPI I lof Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Duncan InGalne company.Mr. but eVt'n ,with the Increaso the
or Starke. was guest Johns explains that the Increasing number of eleetrlc Btove
cOllts of
operating the office hall
Bpl'sker. and brought an Interest. and air conditioning installations accounts In large part for the rapid.Iy .
bepn at minimum.
kept a Only
Little .
IngmeB88Re.. Rev. Troester spoke Roy Morgan ot .JackllOnvllle -
at the afternoon service at the has bel'n visiting his grandparents Increasing load during the pa.at year. one additional person has been

Christian Church In Graham Sun. AII'. and Mr D. W.Johnlon The rollowlng chart. taken from plant operating records, tell. the employed In the office.

day and Is now engal\'ed In a ten and W. A. Godwin. Jr., story of Increased 8ervlce at Starke'8 municipal pOower plant: Your vote and active support
day meetlnl!' at the Lake Butler ot Galnesvtlle 18 pendlng a pa tof fI In..n>art.. will be greatly appreciated on PO'IJered by tle 1Vorld 8 S' eete8t E.g"el

Methodist Church. It.. expected his vacation with Mr. and MrB.O. July 19&0 .July 19-19 ((9 y.an) September 13th.Carl.
he will hold meetings both In C. Cox.Mr. Peak Load demand KW nr 1' 71>!I 60:> Johns

Hampton and New River. (Long and Mr8. J. O. Adkins and Avg. KW lIrs. Gen'd. pl'r day 1200 9.000 7.800 ..".h.... the moet imprf'HAive thing .bout drhinl( a DfWI'ontill" !
Bridge Church). daughter. Loul e. recently vlslte<1 1In Output for month July KW Hn. 37.000 261.600 224.600 FOR CITY CLERK is .h., ...re ........ o(h..ving .uore tban enough power
EvangeUllt Troester held a fine JacksonvUle and Green Cove Number of electric 8ervlces 319 1.029 710 'I I will be a candidate for thp at 'Jour command al..y..

Union Meeting here. sponllored by Sprlng8.Stevie. Gals Water Pumped, 24 Hr8. 93.001) 390.00293,000 office ot City Clerk of Starke Ir You.n leel it ..hene"er yo.. t""rh Ihe ..l'C..ler.tortb..
the Youth tor Christ. In the winter I Denmark, small son of Number water services 283 8U 38 1 the CitY' Election of September ,.rr..rd..... Row n( power. And it'. )'0"" wbetb..r )'00 are
Total light .. water Meter 60.. 1,852 1,248 : 13. 1949. d.ivin a great Ponli." alraight ..igbt or its equ.U" (..rnoua.i.eyhnder

to' ..? The above from plant operating records.Mr. I I need the position and will companion.Which."er .
IfSTARKE be grateful for your ncourage.ment ,ou chooee, )'ou ..an be .ure Ih.t ,nil .re driring
i OPEN FOR BUSINESS and support. and as I amno one o( Amerira'" III08t Rlod..n ..nlti..... .nd one o( its DMM&pro""d.
and Mre. S. O. Denmark, ofStarke. populace ot that 8ectlon. The polltlctan. I will need .0. the baAic ......iltn o( Pontiac power plant. b.. tbe
has been spending a few formal op..nlng ot the store will beheld truly approval o( more tban two million ownel'll.I. .

BOWLING ALLEY days with his maternal grandpaI'. Saturday. August 6, and the your'promise help.I faithful, efficient .. enjl'ine io jWlI one ..( tbe re.HOm' why )'011 .bo"ld be tiri..
ents. Mr. and Mr8. E. C. Morris. public Is Invited to Inspect this and courteollM you service.Leslie' H.M.lle '''I..oI..n.....,.,... _,.!"I. ng a Ponti.c-come in lOOn. we'li .bow 1011 m.n1"""'"
P. rook8 of Valdo8ta. Ga.. new enterprls .
ha.a been a recent guest of Mr. and Biggs s e,
I Construction of the new $23.000Flrs wish to announce that I will
SANI>WICIIES & SOFT ImlNKS : Daptlst Church In KeYllto e be a candidate to succt'ed myseltas -

Keystone Heights Heights, Just off Route 100, IsproRI'esHing Mayor In the City Election ofSept. !

Temple Avenue Starke, }'Iorlda I rapidly. A grt'at deal 13., In announctng my can.dldacy A MY CAM, WREC.K1"'IG"' CORP -CAMP BLANDING
of forethought and Is for re-.ll'ctlon. I aasure I
Jly 1\11'11. II. L.Iorgan.! Jr. study pro.dlldng i ,
an erection that Is very' the voters that t will continue myefrorts
notable In a community or thlllIlze. to give the people ofStarke
CIIAI\I ER OF COMEltCY. a fall' and Impartial admlnlRtralion -
The Chamber of Commerce met SEASONED LUMBER
In the future.
During the enrly part of thIs Ju"tft8
at Keystolle Airpark Friday even.Ing. I .
yenr the Hev. Thomas Capl'lI, have done In the put. I at'
July 29. 'President E. T. preclatl' your el..ctlng me to this
former .
EFFICIENT pastol' of the M"lru e Hap.th.t .
Martin announct'd that six Blgnsdt'plctlng Chul'ch and the Rev. Fre"' of rice for the unexpired term ofn. 2 X 4's 10', 12' 1 . 1000 bd. ft. $50

Keyatone Heights w..reto Pierce made a tentative C. Wall. and now I hope tha t

be plact'd at Intervals on Route of Baptillt famlll"s In this lI'iclnltyto survey you ,wUl do lOe the honor of elect.Ing 2 X 6's 10', 12', 14' . J 000 bd. ft. $50

This funeral home Is dedicated to 21 from Jacksonville. a8certaln It they were Inter. : me for a full term. Sincerely.Jake .

reliable service. This body I. aponsorlng a "JimMurphy" ested In locating a church here. -- P. Roberta 2 X 6 DECKING 'T & G' - 1000 bd. ft. $50
There 'I
are no program on WJHP every The wholl'h'arted response was 110

Itry lines to the territory we at'e al.I Thursday. night the 28th.at 8:00.Huntley: La..tThunday. and started encouraging In the that month servlct's of April.At were. I .wlRh to"'OR announce 11.YOR that I will 2 X 8's. 12', 14', 18' J 000 bd. ft. $50

ways ready to serve. Iathy Redfearn took part on thIS the first he a candidate for Mayor ofStarke. 1 6 1 8 SHEATHING JOOO
.. progrlll 1//. very meeting plans 1 promise my fellow cit.Izens X X bd. ft. $30 up
for buildIng
were Inaugurllted the -
a fair and
Impartial aelministration. -
DeWITT CI Miss Msry Jean Aldrich of At.lanta. of a suitable church. Dona.tlonA and an earnest In.tt'Nlst 1 X 3, 1 X 4 PINE FLOORING 1000 bd. ft. $25 upA
Ga.. Is sp..ndlng two weeklt of mon..y. materials and In the welfare of our CltvI
with Ann W.alrsth.MIBS labor wprl' 110 rllpld that conMtruc.tlon a k each of you for your vote
Phone 7 Starke, Fla. Ruth SILntlerll, studont began In the latter part of and support. and wllapprt'clate\

nur e at St. Vlncent.s In JackMan.vllle. June.Archltectul'al. your efforts in my behalf. Thank.Ing .
Funeral Director Ambulance Service arrived Sundny night toMpend planll wt'Te obtain.I'd you.J. PICNIC IN YOUR

Our local funeral home enables UB to offer conveniences and V.two L.wl'eka Sanders.with her and mother.Mrs. hel'grandmother. from the In Southern Nashville.Baptist TenneM Convention ee.- -- R. (Nookle) Wainwright T TIC F A N S 90 LB. RO'LI. OWN YARD !

servlcn not otherwise available. Mrs. Sidney Church.t811 Future additions are Included Inthl' FOR CIIJEF Ot' POUCE PICNIC

... ... I" Betty Martin of Oalnps.vllle original dl'slgn. I. ht'reby announce to the people I 36" $$29.75 ROOFING TABLES
WIUI an oVf'mlght gunt of "'he building Is of Ocala lime- of Starke my candidacy for
'We turollb the highest type 8ervlce at lowest prlcn. and Donna Pangbome last week.Mr. I ruck block.Vlndow shades are th.. office ot Chief of Police. Your 42" .. $32.75 $2.75 up
accept Al'i I! life Inaurance policy In torce. 188ued by ANY and Mrs. R. A. 'Veelll ofI alum Ilium with Italned gll1S3. Thofluor vote and Rupport will be greatly $275 S

company. sa payment I. part or In full 00 & tuoeral.Coosultatlort <:eystone Inn are entertaining Iowel Is within one Btep oC s pprecla ted. 72" - $84.50 q.IE'IS .
carrie. no obligation. Mrs. "V. E. Nicholson and 80n.Thomas. the ground level. At present elec.ta'lea -Earl F, Mile"

of Coral Gables al.d Mrll.Rhetta I expert8 from tho Southern I.I IITED OFFER
Shad of Jacksonville. Dnpth.t Conventiun are hI'e fOI'contiuUatiun ".OR nilE." OF POLICE : TJI.\N M% OF. NEW
__ __
u Eddie Stuckey, Jr.. undt'rwent CI) cel'nlng the wlr.Ing I hereby announce my candidacy I'IUCE. "JOTOUS Y.XTUA.
an ..ye operation not lonK' ago. H., of the building. More time i"tl for ..Iectlon to the frtce of Chidof

wall hospitalized only two day... > bu IIpen t on the study of a Police of the City of Starke. .
Is home and nbout now. Ilea tlng I'hlnt which .wlll pt'Obablybu Having servt'd on the police force I CELOTEXt :.:.':= ::; TOILETS Benches
The G. F.. "Vlgglna homt' walll thu el"cU'll'ul radiation from the for .Beveral year I feel that the ..
thld...... Irq ficl Z c ft Flush Valve
"'1"1I1e of much activity this w..ck. floor. experl nce that I have gained will 1'. thlck..a C... I Zc'' . Sc ft
I.. 8. 10 ..... 1 Z foot :,,,,'h.: 1..1.
Two of their daughters with their The design and materials are enable me to dl charge the dutil'sot Inc I u d eM.II d

,'anlll1l's came home for a via It. 80 that the building will hu maintalnabll1 this Important office to the VOI..o... chi.... H.". for .h..t.n. Sl00I
They ,w..r" Mr. and Mr Hugh at a minimum oC eA.pen. bf'st Intert'lt. of Ole people ofStarke. I W 0 r k s h ... '. 510.-"' '' ch..rch... .0.1t . . ..
\\'lIMon and 80nlt. HUJ"h, Jr.. and ..... I have been a rt'Rldent flu.." ".1....
r Jimmy of Lake City and 1\11'. ant.! The leatlng capal'ity of the entire ot the City of Starke for 39 YE'au DOUBLE HUNG GYPLAPI
Mr8. Don Davenport and sons.I bulldulg will be abcJUt 300. and a taxpayer. Your vote and $l SO
D..nby and G.'orge of Or..er. 9. C.'Valrath The Hev. .'red ('Ierce will bupastur a'tlv, 8upport will be greatly ap. WALLBOARD

I and Walrath, local real of this s mlrable eongrl'gll.Uort. ('reclated on September 13. I' Windows
, I eatate brokf'rs, are sponsoring 1.1 Hev. .... Ridenour I.. chair. -Bpn C. Hollzendort ..it. '2500 ...
( tho.
minutes of the 'Jlm Murphy" "'Wln or the BoaN ot Trustees
,!. ., grant on 'VJHP Saturday morn.lings. pro.. whU.. .....Ullam Pixler Is aervlng aR "'Ole nUEF 0.' POLICE ] Frames ELECTRICAL U..I......... ., SI9.oo per M

. 8:30: to 9:30.: Moderator and head of the Train.ing I ht'reby make my announce.ment .
Th. New Tir. That Need$ No Tub.'. The "Voman'8 MI 8lonsry So.clety Union. Leading the Sunday tl) ucceed myself a8 Chletof $8.95

of the Firat Baptl t Church School Ie Mrs. drace Pixler. 1\Irs. Police of the City of Starke, .. .. .
II.I Goodlolcltj met at the hO't1I of 1'01"t.! (.. Den "1. Ridenour has been elected 8n
D..asley on July 21 at 3 P. 1\1. with f'rt'llident ot tho! newly CormeWoma.n vote and 8upport of each and evt'rv ..itloto R..cIy for I..ie.. 1..1-
letieol.'u... ...... ...ltch M.... ...n .
T..beless Ti.ee U n1t'mbere present. Visitors MIIIBI..nary Society. citizen In our town. I have erved "' -
j 1.. D. Gibson of lnt'rprIHIl.A weI'llMr The Hchedule of Il'rvlces Is all you for 23 yeltr8 8S a member of I.... "'tto ...Itch... ...... rec..._ H 0 M E
tiel... pow.. ......1.. Re_. c.ltl...
! S'KJI. Pundur.$ As You Riele lit.. and Mrs. T. W. Wh"ley ofWaldo. (olio\\: your police force. two of thell. 9 LlTi ..... h.... tect .f
23 1 TnI .sunday: years .. chief. and have endl'llv.ol't'd SINGLE :' .: =;. FOR AS LlTTLI AS
I No Tube Repairs Marvin Montgomery or Live SunLlay School 9n: A. 101. to help every man. woman.
.. .. Sld.w.1IWh.n
00 DI.
Oak 18 vlsttlng "Splke" Vance.ll Preaching Service -- 11:00: A.M. and child In our town at an tlme8, SASH GALVANIZED $300
\\.hI. new tire I. Inflated. rim seal ridges on the tire rvln II well known locally and Training Union 6:4 1'.111.Prtachang be It d.y or night. when I was SHEET IRON ...
I booad fol'lP All alr.theht 10011 alrBln.t ,ou I' rim. l'unctures haa Just returned from Service 800; P.1I.Wedne.day called I reported to you. It might I
....1 as '1"1 rtd.1 Gllmo'J, I'1Jbber in.ld. the tire surrounds Jspsnwhl're $1 45 'Oal.nl.&,." flat nl..tAl ahP':;".
he has been In the armed : not be posalble ror me to see DO Wn V.SY TIRMS.s .
a "all ... .rllt, k..p. all' In tirn Aft.r ftmlWal ot nail .
the hol. I. filled by thla son rubber. No air lost. no forces for three years.ANOTIIF.R l'rllyer Meeting 8:00 P. 1\1. each and every one personally.but. -... fe. ....... ........ .... Ran.lom Slz, .. ---___ 3c ft..
time ",ssted. ,4 5hould I mil. you I 8t111 will
NF.W In' ISf4:! un.n.SK SL.'OIlTF.KUURJoM. appreciate your vote.Sincerely L\CK. O.\L\-\SIZED. SO'IL PIPE
Another new buslneM h.II b..n ,\ : F4 RnAny CLnnt. ; yours, PI PE & FITTI..GS
added to the growing community O. Siaugbter. Jack.sonvllle \V. E. (Ebb) Thornton

i FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY In and around Lake Gt'neva. Mr8. physlclsn. I.cturer. 'and O'IN MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY 'ROM A.M. TO S P.M.I .
Charlotte Major oppned a drug author of many widely read nove''" FOR CITV (,()L'XCILI
undrle8 store thl. wf'ek In a spoke to" the KeY8ton. Helghu hereby announce my candidacy
"IIV Andrew" Uark.. Florida building "" ('ently ('omplet", at the Rotary Club last FrIday on thll for re-election a4 City

north8aRt cornt'r of HIghway 100 topic ot "socialized medicine". man. I promise t() 'CO.
and McCrea Road. oppollte the Dr. Slaughter tlrlt traced thoJfactor. vote my run time 81\d counCil-I xRECKING

\ .' Lake Oeneva pOllt office. causing the rising coat ofme.Jlcal the betterment of Starke I I

This busln818 shout.1 bit a welcome care. "The flrllt break Inc cltlzf'n.. Your vote and support mG : .
.. ftddltlon to th.. community at.. haa come with the dIscovery will be appreciated.Paul .
II and fIlla a need ot the Increasing'' uC two new wonder druJ, aure. L. Brldgee II