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: September 2, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THIS SIDE HEAVEN Official County Publication Established In 1879

VOLUME ar.r.evmv& TW-ONm HTARKE. FLORID.i. "'IUD.\V, 1'I'.a"iEI'II'EU' :e. 19-9 ..@vi.r': _

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Most Businesses City Utilities Battle Wind, Rain

Will Observe ARE YOU INTERESTEDIN To Keep Service Almost Unbroken

Holiday MondayLabor I FACTORY EMPLOYMENT During Worst Blow Experienced Here

Day Monday Sept.S .
s will be a "mixed holiday"for f The residents of Starke again n I Once again Bradford Qountlan::
Bradford Coun liana. I have reason to appreciate the I huddled on the outskirts of a

W H. Graham chairman of From time to time inquiries receive from fact 'that they own and operate I hurricane and wondered "If thisIs
are locally manufacturers in the North who interested in moving
the Merchants Division Starke are their Municipal Power Plant and I a sample, what must the real

Chamber of Commerce, states their factories or establishing a branch in the South. One of the first electric system. thing be like?"
that !It la' one of the regularly questions always asked is whether or not The big blow that swept out
scheduled holidays for cooperate For, despite the fact that of the east across South .
ing businesses, which Include a there is an adequate supply of local labor. We may feel sure there is-but these practical-minded manufacturers Starke lant. Saturday experiencedthe and thence up the West Coast

majority of' the stores and offices effects of the worst tropical with an estimated J80.000.0OO
within the will ,don't want guesses they want facts and figures. Of the storm In the memory of the oldest property '
remain closed all city.day. They course, mere fact we have a labor survey will not resident, only 23 of the City's I came close damage enough to to topple the State trees,

The Board of County Commissioners guarantee us a factory-but it is one of the initial steps that must be taken before we can present any manufacturer without 1.018 electrical current customers Saturday night were, litter streets and cause. thousands -
and'the Board of Public of dollars worth of damage

Instruction will hold their regular with the data he needs to make this important decision. In order to obtain this important information power Estimated lines damage amounted to to the about City to ford utilities in last Starke and Brad-
"first Monday" meetings but il.flOO. Friday and Saturday

chances are that business will be quickly and inexpensively, forms have been prepared and I left at convenient places throughout the county. Anyone )on the Madison heaviest Avenue damage from being '

wound up around noon so members Walnut to Court Streets, caused Although probably the most

holiday.can. enjoy at least a half male or female, who is interested in such employment is asked to atop at one of the places listed below and by rotten the oak blowing trees down overhanging of two old the the expensive standpoint storm of damage to date to, utilities from-

The courthouse will present a fill ,out a blank giving the requested information. Your cooperation in this important project materially line and by falling of rotten here, the current hurricane
mixed picture with the clerk's may limbs. It was necessary to "re was not as spectacular as the
office remaining: open at least aid in bringing some industry build" the entire block as both I one that brushed by this community
until all necessary "first Mon- I new to Bradford County to the material interest of all concerned. primary and secondary lines, as, in 1047 accompanied by

day" matters have been taken REGISTRATION well as the street light\ circuits torrential rains that washed out
care of. 'The School Board office I PERIOD, SEPT. 2nd THROUGH SEPT. 10th. were down. highway 200( between' Starke 'and
will also remain open at II Gainesville and caused overflowing
I The first Una trouble
was experienced
least until Alligator Creek to flood
after the Board meet y I several
ing. The Sheriff's office will be Saturday morning Starke homes and street
I STARKE Chamber when a 2100 volt primary line
open part of the day If not all Commerce, Torode "HAMPTON May's Grocery Store e burned down on North Temple B. S. Johns superintendent of
day. Courthouse offices remain- Chevrolet. Co. Hart Avenue the municipal power plant estimated
or Furniture Co. about 10:00: ( o'clock and
Ing I closed for the holiday will I HEILBRONN SPRINGS Bill Reddish from then until 4:30: p.m. the damage to the city's utilities
Include the Tax Assessor Tax LAWTEY Store City Electric Department at around U, oo. The department -
City Hall. with
Collector and County Judge. I ) the cooperation of the City Street has bean widely com-

City Hall offices will also be I BROOKER G. B. GRAHAM Dempsey's Store Department, answered 32 service mended for the manner In which
service was maintained
those here almost
among closing for the day. I I calls to pick' up fallen wires anti 1
It will be "bu.lne.s'all usual"for .. .. .-- .. to clear short circuits caused by without Interruption during
Bradford County's more than Whipping wires and falling the two-day storm period. A detailed
3,000 school students. They're League Game limbs. account of how Mr; Johns

used to working on Labor Day. Senator Johns Wants Expressions Rained Out Lions Ilmenite Mine Begins Close-Down The worst of the storm crossed and"miracle". his assistants worked this
however In
as the Starke schools ; Starke appears an /adjoinIng

on started customarily that even day.begin'their earlier This ,year but fall school there term From Public Concerning New TaxesTO Beat'Starke's Middleburg regularly scheduled Period To Install New EquipmentThe time primary, caused the circuits line by:went a tree p.m.out falling as at both that across cities better column' -than notably some Starke of Green fared Its ''sister much Cove

at the
will still be no respite from City Park Springs' which is served by Jacksonville .
North Florida League with on Church St.
game and the
school work. THE CITIZENS OF UNIONAND The old people, who are close Trail Ilmenite mine by huge and where electric service
Mandarin was rained out Sun In front and send'It through a old oak. tree by the Bluebird Inn
The local bank and post office BRADFORD COUNTIES: to my heart; have had their pensions operated by Humphrey Gold I.series of complicated workings on Madison AVe. went out Friday and was
Aa each of no doubt know day, but the Lions saw action ,In falling across not restored until
will be closed as is their customon you reduced because of a shortage Corp., for the E. L. duPont de which extract the ore'!, and drop the city feeder line, leaving the Tuesday morn-
all national holidays. there Is being called, on September in'funds the school teachers, a non-league tilt here Tuesdays Nemours Co., east of Starke was the sand behind. entire city without Ing.J.
1, an extra session of the no doubt will have their lIalarlecut I night, winning from Middleburg shut down at midnight Wednesday Thus the lake moves forwardIn power H. duPre. manager 'of the
Speaker Urges Florida Legislature for the purpose because of a shortage of by a score of 81. August 31, for the Installation the direction of the work, for line Much credit'! is due the City Florida Power & Light Co. sub
crew, and to the
of City
raising additional revenueto funds and as I am personally Mitchell Brown pitching for of new equipment which It the land Is filled in behind as the Street elation )just outside Starke,
Aid To Japan As take care of the needs of agrowing against a sales tax I am at a Starke allowed but 3 hits, while la hoped will solve problem.. movement progresses. Dept.trees from assisting them to remove which serves' Waldo Lawtey.

'Red' InsuranceFrancis state. I loss to know as to what taxes the locals obtained 8 from the caused by encountering an ancient Part of the separation progress worst of the the storm lines, during the Hampton, Penney Farms and 1 ,
I know the deplorable'condl- I will be the less painless for our visiting pitcher.. buried forest and stratasof Is a series of spirals In a "wet In order to much of the rural area around

O.- Clark who spent State tion that exists at Chattahoochee, people to pay to raise sufficient The Lions played another non- hard pan In the areas being mill" where the black mineral 1 Is run restore temporary service: feeder lines to Starke, stated that all of Its service -

five years as an agricultural missionary Hospital for the mentally. money to take care of these, league game with the Gainesville ; dredged.It. taken from the white sand. This troubles were cleaned up by
sick the Farm Colony at Gainesville necessary functions of our State Is expected that Installation Due to their heroic efforts.ervll'e Tuesdsy night with the
In Korea and who la now Merchants hers Thursday was devised by the Humphreys excep
superintendent of the, Memorial the State Hospital for the Government;' but I think\ $35-: night,, but: the score .*?.*> l'daI .j of the additional equipmentwill Gold Corporation of Denver 11, was restored In the business tion of a few street lights.At '
, Home Community" Penney feeble ,minded, and the State 000,000 or"$40,000.000' more'wll| I known at press time. require'mORt" of September, Colo., ,and Jacksonville aa'a' bet dlstilct.by: Farms, waa\ruest speaker at the Tuberculosis Sanitariums at Orlando be sufficient and not the $58,- This afternoon, the with production scheduled to be ter method of concentrating gold 6:30: all primary feeders were energized bout 4 o'clock Saturday attern -'
Rotary Club Tampa and Marianna, and 000,000 or $60,000,000. .that they resumed early'In October, sands;. except the feeder o noon, when wind velocity here
Wednesday. in my estimation, they are doinga I claim !Is needed. Lions journey to Macclenny fora The mining enterprise was Tho area Is covered with sac Adams St., a* It Was Imposllibleto was estimated at from :33: to 60
Mr. Clark stated that all aid wonderful work for the citizens I I will deeply appreciate hearing league game. started here early this year, operating and and third growth timber and rebuild the line on Madillonfrom miles an hour every line out of
military, financial, and religious of our state. Starke Is now in third placeIn 11 Walnut to Court the
from the people of Union on a 21-hour basis and la used for grazing under con dim to FP&L sub station was "out'
sent by the UnitedStates As we all experienced the and Bradford Counties, either the North Florida League employing around 200 persons, trol of the \Florida State Armory falling trees and overhanging for about an hour. It was the
to the Far East will pay shortage of doctors, since and Its highest rating during the cur- broken limbs. first time
personally, or by mall, as to yourviews Ilmenite Is a fine-granule black Hoard. that damage from a
big dividends in later years as during the war, .we realize that because I am your Senator rent sasses metal picked out of washed sand Crews move ahead. of the The line crew worked until i storm has been sufficient to knockout
these countries might well become the State of Florida needs a and I want to carry out the I by electromagnets and electrostatic dredge, clearing the land of timber 2:00: a m. Sunday morning and all lines nt once, Mr. duPre
our bulwark against the Medical College and a law has wishes of you people whom I separators. From It l III for use mainly In paper 'and were again on tho job, assisted stated. Waldo and other towns
enroachment of Communism.The been passed for this college to represent, to' the best of my City Absentee made titanium dioxide, whitest for stumps to be used in turpentine by the Street Department crew served. by the company experienced
speaker said that although be established at Gainesvillewhen I ability. paint pigment ever made, du I' manufacture. Sunday at 7:00:: a.m. The last service ; an Interruption of service form

China has been lost, at least for the necessary funds are Respectfully yours, Pont says. It also goes into Revenue from grazing, timber was restored at 2:00: p. the greater part of about a 28-

_.the..,..,._.,I..time.>. ....._.being....___ _to_. the_____ Comas 'L'. raised to put it in operation. I Charley E. Johns. Voting BriskCity linoleum, paper, rubber goods, and stump goes to the Armory Sunday and the street lights hour period.
.a, uu"a IIU' r"garQ ,nu. printing Inks, glass, nylon and Board. This Is in! addition to a were on In some parts of town Service at Humphrey Gold
a major catastrophe since the Red Cross Ready Vets Begin rayon. royalty on the ore removed. Sunday night and were all on' Corp. (Trail Ridge Ilmenite
great masses of China are so Filing Clerk Carl Johns reported Formerly the mineral was obtained By the end of the year, du Monday night. mine), which has Its own FP&L
backward and undernourished To Assist With Applications For yesterday that absentee votingfor I from India where It was Pont hopes. to have production to Damage to the street light lib station, was out entirely for
that whoever conquers the coun- the City Election of Sept. 13 scooped In system only a 30-mlnute period, but -
Insurance Claims Insurance DividendsThis up virtually a pure a point where 100.00O tons of Il was extensive as over operation
try will have a great task on has been brisk and It Is expected state. But conditions In India In menite IH being removed yearly 180 lights were burned out duo at the mine was shutdown

hand to feed. and educate the Application forms for National week is D-Day for 226,000 I that a record number of abnt-n- 'recent years have made that I I Du Pont says that Ilmenite to crosses with the &1011 volt primary 1 for one shift Saturday
people before the country will be Service Life Insurance Dividends veterans |tee ballots will be cast before source uncertain and now extensive concentrations in the area are slow o circuits, some trouble was night at the peak of the wind
of any uqe to the conquerer. to World of central and northern the deadline Sept. 9. deposits are being worked In I that 10 years ago there was experienced: after the storm had storm.II. .
payable War
However, the picture Is differ- II veterans Florida who will share In the A record number of around 1- New York, Virginia and North no method of extracting It on a passed by broken limbs falling. A. Bishop, owner of the
ent in! Japan and Korea he said. ,, are obtainable In the local GI Insurance dividend to be dis 500 electors are qualified to vote Carolina. commercial basis, but that now on lines, and some transformer Starke Telephone Co., estimated

The people of these two countries Red Cross office, Mrs. Ruth 8 tributed' by the Veterans Ad- In the election which will pick a The Blandlng working Is the tho spiral system makes It pos fuses have burned out due to I damage to lines and cables at

are more advanced. than Morse, executive secretary of the ministration. A total of $2- mayor, a city clerk, a chief of only one in Florida. IIlble.I sagging wires.Superintendent. I around $1,000, the worst ever experienced
those of, China and are somewhat chapter, stated yesterday. to'1'police, and two members of theClt' The site covers about 4.000 For every two tons of ore re B. S. Johns by the company due to
more progressive. Mr. She will be glad to assist veterans 800,000.000! will be distributed Council. The newly elected acres and Is leased from the I I moved, 100 tons of sand must '/,s xtated that he and the City Line windstorm. One 50-pair cable
Clark urged the sending of ade- In filing these applications 16,000,000 veterans throughoutthe officials will take office at the State. The mining goes on In a dug pluM many buried trees. This Crew appreciate the many let went bad all a result of excessive : -

quate funds and materials to during office hours, which are country. first meeting of the Council In "traveling lake" some COO feet compares with deposits elsewhere r- ters and expressions of appreciation water, 23: drop wires were
support the program of General from 1 to 4 p.m. every Monday, Starting this week, application October. wide and half a mile long. I I du Pont says, of 75 tons received In regards to their reported. down, and three or four'plI..s
MacArthur as he said Mac- Wednesday and Friday in the forms for the National ServiceLife The campaign has been quiet A dredge and the separators of ore to every 100 tons of mat efforts to restore electric service, toppled. Seventy-five telephones .
Arthur is held In high regard In Health Clinic building on Church Insurance dividend will be on the surface with most candidates float on the lake, pick up sand I (>rlal. and feel that they far outweighthe were put out of commission -
those countries and can do much Street. available at every Post Office confining ineir voce-geI- one lone complaint that wax but most services were restored -

to keep the 'Communists from Mrs. Morse also reminds veterans VA Office and veterans organization tlng to making housetohousecalls Farm Vets UrgedTo Softball Play-Off made. by Wednesday!
gaining foothold there. If Many remnants. or Kingsiey.
a the that It is her duty and according to It. F. Dlcken- and distributing cards.
U. S. can convert the Japanese valued privilege to assist veteran. sheets, VA Regional Manager.The Starke's recently Installedpoiklng Register Now Games RescheduledFor Electronics Course and other lakes evacuated their
and Koreans to,, our /way of living homes Friday and Saturday to
with claims application forms
hospital and out arc are
meters probably a For Training Class This Weekend avoid
danger from
they will be falling trees.
our best defense Planned Soon
patient simple to fill out but there lea
care or any problem "behind the scenes" l Issue, but no Ciaislderable.
against the threat of Communismfrom or situation with, which the danger that some veterans candidate has taken a publliihed Farming veterans were reminded Scheduled play-off games between At Keystone property damage
the East, the speaker said Airpark was reported at Kingsiey: where
veteran Is having difficulty. may be careless In supplying stand either for or against the this week that
Mr. Clark Introduced they Biggs & laker and National tree. or large limbs fell on several -
was by "These services have been an In- necessary Information, the VA meters. have short time in whichto Wnlly Schanz, State Aviation
only a
T. K. McClane Jr. Guard for championship houses and small boats were
chairman of
tegral part of the work of the Manager pointed out. He urgedall his
Supervisor all l..tant. Otto .
the International Service Committee When they go to the polls on sign up to become members of of the City Softball League damaged or sunk.
American Red Cross veterans to take careful
for a
I many Sept. 13 voters will be faced with i Jordan, and Verne Taylor, from S. H. Hicks foreman of the
of Rotary. years and can promise' high second look at their applications a new agricultural training class "went with the wind" last week the Governor's office and director
the following choices for the city's street department reported -
degree of because before dropping them In the mail which will be started here In
efficiency of end. of Veterans Education
various city offices to be decided spent that 120 truck loads of debris
Slade Gas OpensJacksonville the presence of skilled Red Cross box. I upon: October or November If a sufficient -I The games have been rescheduled several days at the Keystone Airpark had been hauled out of the city

BranchSlade representatives in every Veterans The service serial number For Mayor: J. p Roberts, Incumbent number of applications I Is for this weekend and recently. by Wednesday noon, and he estimated -

Administration regional" office (Item 4 on the form) Is particularly I, ; and J. R. Walnwrlght. received. will be played Friday and Saturday They were checking the facilities the job as "half dona". At

Gas Co.. Inc. of Starke Morse In said.the United States, Mrs. Important", he emphasiz For City Clerk: Carl Johns, Applications may be left with nights, weather permit I In connection with approvalof least six trees were blown downIn
opened a Jacksonville branch at ting. To the winner of the best the new electronics town, but
ed. While hundreds of veterans Incumbent; and Leslie Biggs. V. R. Ferguson at the high course property damagewas
721 Main St., In Jacksonville this For Chief of Police: W. E. II school In Starke. Ten or 12 new two out of three will go the which will begin October 1 at negligible except for the
week to help serve the northeastern ADDRESSES may have the same or similar Thornton, Incumbent; E. F. Miler trainees must be enrolled In league tit''e. the Florida Aviation Academy.Roy Blue Bird Grill at the corner of

part of the state according OF INTERESTThe names, no two have the same and B. C. Holtzendorf.For order to start the class Shannon and John Fisherof Walnut and Madison Streets
to an announcement by ferial number Jamestown N. Y. also where large oak
designation. Veterans City Council: P. L. Bridges, Bids ReceivedBy spent a toppled, striking -
T. H. Slade president. following new renewal should recheck the digits incurrbent; Billy Jackson, Geo. several days at the Airpark thlx the building.
Manager of the Jacksonville\ Because rainfall I 11
and change of addresses received i In this number with particularcare Flynn. Sr.. W. M. Edwards., and week.Hoy a though
branch Is J. F. Lowden of that On Two II. Browning director of heavy, did not, reach the flood
by the Telegraph will' be of Interest R. J. Andrews. Girl Scouts are going to Bridges
city, while W H. Yawn Is service to readers: before mailing their forms I the Aviation Academy, states stage, little permanent damageto
manager.Mr. Miss Clarice Thomas from he cautioned. try once more to play the: Graduates I The State Road Departmenthas that attendance at the school Is roads and bridges was report

Slade established the gas Gainesville to 2090 Forbes St., Incomplete or erroneous entries Mrs. Mattie Moody Monday night. It It received a bid of $27,11233: expected to Increase rapidly In ed.
company here three years ago.Ha Jacksonville.Rev. on the application forms this time we will give up. 1'81"1 the near future with the relaxing Crop damage was negligible
Mrs. Mattie Moody 83, of from the S. F. MacKenzie Co., of
moved to Starke from J. B. Dixon from Starke only serve to delay payments, so Green Cove died Satur- just doesn't like us. The regular of restrictions on flight trainIng except to pecans, which were 1
Georgia where he operates a to 323 E. 4th St., Jacksonville, It la to a veteran's own interest Springs team and the subs are goingto Fort Pierce on drainage structures of veterans. blown from trees In large quantities. -
Illness, at
day following a long
chain of service stations. to avoid mistakes Mr. Dicken- play. for 133 feet of State Road .
the home of her daughter Mrs.
Mrs. Pat Langdale from Waldoto sheets pointed out. O. C. Lee of Doctor's Inlet. She The Seniors are. planning to 225 In Bradford County. C. A. Knight WinnerAt

Clay Electric Gets Gen. DeL, Gainesville Fla. There are, nine spaces on the Is survived by three other daughters have a wiener roast and hay ride This bid covers a large concrete Appreciation Important MeetingOf

$585,000 LoanThe It. H. Gibson from Gainesville application form: ((1)) full name, Mrs. E. E. North and Mrs. on September 17. That gives u* bridge near G. L. Sapp's Dayc. Farm Bureau
to Gen. Del., Starke. 17 day. to find a partner to go place on the new road 223. now
typed or printed; ((2)) mailing M. M. Morgan both of Starke A Knight was the winnerat
Rural Electrification Ad- Mrs. E. B. Wester, 5320 Max- address; ((3) county; ((4)) service and Mr. N. J;:. Walnwright. with us. Look out, boys-here under construction; and also a the Appreciation Day drawing The regular meeting of the

ministration has approved a loan imo Road St. Petersburg Fla. serial number; (CI5) branch of service Green Cove Springs. Also surviving we come! smaller bridge. Wednesday\ afternoon. He held a Bradford County Farm Bureau
of $589.000 for the Clay County I Miss Sylvia Morse 78 E. Concord ; (6) birth date; (7) Issue are .Ix sons and several On the committee for this 10 percent ticket, entitling him will be held Friday night Sept.
Electric Cooperative at Keystone Ave, Orlando, Fla. ance number this Item la brother. and sister. including event are: Food. Mary Sue Ep NEW ARRIVALMr. to $32 from the Jackpot. Names :2. at 8 pm. in the courthouse.All .
Heights. C. W. Ward. Route 1. Town- helpful but not essential If other Mrs. L. .A. Donnelly of Starke. person; Transportation, Nancy and Mrs. E. C. Mann Jr. drawn before Mr. Knight' were members are urged to attend I
The money will be used for improvements send Ca. Information Is supplied fully; ((8)) Funeral services were held Tuesday duPre and Barbara Colley; En- announce the birth of a daughter Gertrude Carter Cora Stokes, this meeting and It ls expected
and extension of I F. E. Stitchberry from Keystone VA claim number. If a veteran afternoon at 2 o'clock 1 In tertainment, Florence Brown and on Wednesday. Aug. 31. In and Mrs. R. F. Demore t. to make ettlement to all farmers ,.
electric service In several coun- Heights to 402 N. Green has one and ((9)) the veteran' Beulah Baptist Church with Rev Martha Landrum. Shadycreat Hospital. She has Next week the "Treasure who were In the corn contest.W. .

tles served by the co-op. l St., Morganton, N. Cad I signature. Herman Moody officiating. -- Mary Sue Epperson, Scribe. been named Bonnie Lois. Chest" will total $338.21 -- M. Edwards!: Sec'yTreas..








Ruse last weekend.Mr. rich, and Roscoe Parrlah visited gust 30 at his home In Plant

Bradford County Telegraph LAWTEYL. HAMPTON I BROOKER I IBy and Mrs. Coon Tyler of relatives In Lake City recently. City Elder Harrell served as
and New
Palatka visited Mr and Mrs. Mrs Minnie Parrish' pastor of Hope Baptist
ESTABLISHED 187" E. L. MATTHEW'S. OwracsEDrroaVubUshad II. Flitch Truby Etha of Alachua visited near LaCrosse for
By MI'II. M. C. SweeneyMRS. Iva Mae Lewis Hodge Sunday. daughter. Church sev.
Every FrIday and Entered as SeeoudDtaaa Mr and Mr8. Earnle Johnson Mr and Mr. O. A, Goy and eral years and has a host offrlenda

Matter at the Po"t Office at Starke. FIlL STORM: FELT IIERI'' : JOIiNSON! ENTERTAINS DEATH OF '1\IR. DUKES' and children of Lake Butler Mra. J. R. Parrlah last week. here.

Lawtey Wall hit by the edge of The Ladies Council met with We regret the death ot Mr visited relatives .here Sunday Friends are lorry to know thai -
the tropical storm last Saturday Jonathan Dukes Herbert Mr and -Mra. Buster Rahn have Royal Standard (used) .
MEMBER but no serious damage was done. on Wednesday afternoon of last Funeral services were held at I made a business trip to Detroit! moved to Marianna. writer with' 15-lnrh rarrt"ltl'
The : damage was the Mich. D. D. Harrell Good greatest Elder Bradford
=2.50 Anawdly' 'I.50 For 8IS MonUY week. Under discussion was the New Hope Cemetery Monday: He last week I Friends of
great amount of limbs and leaves topic, "Who Will Pay For Greed was 72 years of .ge. He Is survived Mra. O. A. Gay, Mrs. J. R. Par- regret to learn of his death .Au- ('ounty Telegraph,
from the oak trees that Jittered And Graft?" After Devotions by Mrs. Steve Dukes of -
the streets. Several trees weri;
and a brief business period Mrs. Steinhatchee Mrs. Dave Dukes
A "IIiTE PAPER AND A RED TIDE' blown dawn. and some of the of Miami Mrs Carrie Dell La
Johnson and Mra. Avery Dennison -
Not many Americans will struggle through the "White Paper"on streets were blocked for several served refreshments Hula of Miami Miss Juanita'

China which the State Department published a few week ago. hours. The greatest inconvenience dukes of Miami, Mrs. Ruth Ad- ade,4en tI'OIIIJIe./ .. "

It rune to more than 1,000 pages a..d. much of It would make !Imposslbly wall the' lack of electric Wl\IU UTNCIltr.ON kina ot Belle eight grandchildren
dull reading for the layman. But the story It tell, and the In- current. The current went out On Thursday, August 25. Misa and seven great grandchildren. '""
early Saturday but was restored Lois Ray of Jacksonvllll and
ferPncea and conclualons It I lead! to, vitally affect this country and '
Mr and Mr8. Billy of fYl
and was then off and on until Miss Hazel Hodge of Orlando, Crosby !
RIJ the rest of the non-Communist world. five o'clock when one of the big WMU State Workefe spoke to Lake Butler visited Mr. and Mrs.J. to! 0,1

Fleet! of all, the story Is ono of unmitigated failure. We spent oak trees tell and broke the members of the local Women's W., Thomas Friday afternoon i

bl1r.ons In China In the hope ot checking the Red tide. We lIent distinguished wires. Power was restored Mon- Missionary Union. At noon, a Lee Oalney has returned home .. ''N'

emiaaarlee to try to bring order out ot chaos, but none day This affected: moat of the covered luncheon was served and after spending two weeks with : \' --- -.--.. ,,
:uC'ceeded and In the belief of the State Department> none could homes and business placea. It piano music with solos and duets his children In Jackaonvllle. 909E:-ol a1 tire trouble occurs In the

1111"8. Secretary Acheson wrote: "Nothing that this country did 'or was not only dark but the city enjoyed. !yIse Ray and Miss Mr. and Mre Wilson Green rs.. 1/ last 100/0 of tire me. DON WAIT
wu without water as the nvater Hodge left Ion Oaineavllle In visited Mr and Mr. J. E. Har- iJ. 'f -=- ,
t' "i14 leave done within the r..aaonable limits ot Its capabllltiea could FOR TROUBLE-trade in your worn

hM-p.hanged: that reault:"nothing that was left undone by this country Monday la pumped and by Tuesday electric a crew pumps.of afternoon. dee Mr of and LaCrosse Mrs. Sunday.Hamp Connely .:.' '\ fI!::::'/ i tires now and ride worry-free on I

Tae contributed to It. men was busy cleaning the debris Little Winifred Wells year old of Ocala visited Miss Mary Mott .safe new GoodyearstaMARATHON,
'Cot everyone will totally accept this point of view. Time megazi from the streets and home owners daughter of Mr and Mrs. George Sunday I

1e'wrltea: "No one could deny the ,U. S. diplomats In China had were cleaning the trash from Wells Is Improving In Shadycreat Mr and Mrs. -ouy Pinhoillt.er '-

faced fiercely stubborn problema equally stubborn men Yet In their property. Hospital, after suffering serious and daughter ot Jacksonville

:a world racked by the evil and destruction ot first Faacl. then Com- The service stations were unable accidental burns on her back and ,Visited Mrs. Rosa Plnholster Sun- by I

m"nlst aggreecion. the American job waa'to work with the world It to pump gasoline for aev- aide Tuesday of last week lay:
MI"II. J. C.
frn'lmJ and know what world It wantrd. In China It tried and ftfarted. I meal hours until David Shuford DuBose of Vero Mrs Barney Andrews and chit.dren -
Beach, has been visiting her sls-
At no point In the long chronicle of Itll failure had It displayed I conceived of the Idea of Invert.Ing : and Iva Mae Lewis were GOOO.1iE4R
tare Mrs. Thos F. Brown and
8 modest fraction o'f the stmina and declslveneaa which had I, a bicycle, removing the rear Mra. J. J. Brown. dinner guests ot MI' and Mrs. I
checked Communism In Europe." tire and connecting this with a Fred Andrews ot Lake Butler ,

That last aentt'n'e I In, Mgniffrant for It Is apparent that we belt to the pulley of one of his and Rev Rev.R. C.Roland Gray,L.Jr.Jerrand of Tampa of Wednesday Mrs K. is the buy for quality at low price
and muscle R. Dukes and children
by using
)111. done. 8n Infinitely better job In Europe than In the Far East.
power he was able to deliver gas Palatka are house guests this ot Dukes visited relatives here
A fear III heM by many thoughtful men today that Communism may to any customer that.happene.t week of Mrs. Belle Brown durIng Friday pWt 1 tax'J

t"V1'l'tu"lIy flow. over all of Korea: the Dutch Pacific possesalone, to want Borne. His idea not only the Baptist Church Revival. Mrs. Annie Harrell of Alachua t-1
Ivor. Jllplln find the PhlJlpJlinp Suet what tralIc Implications mAY furnished gasoline but amuse- Rev Gray Is pastor of the visited Mrs. Florence. Varnadoe > J O.-951 6.00xI6

Pillow In the wake ot this Red tide engulfment only time will tell. ment to hla cuatomer Later church and Rev. Jarrand Is Revival Monday '

Dr. Carradlne used some of his song leader Rev. John L. Mra. Rosa Plnhohter and Russell Y 1ley trade-ln-I .l
f11NiS1111ENT: AS A PREVENTIVE cracker Ingenuity to attach a Bray ot Jacksonville, brings the Green were at the home of ,

There Is no justice to balance many crimes. The blind-folded gasoline motor to one o. his messages nightly. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dukes Monday y ou'l1 have-ns gtta talfg""cY to sthrtsr'Q

la.1" Leh the 1',11'11 III cold end ImperaonRI. Can the execution of amrvtarer pumps andethus deliver gas to Mrs. Susie Newburn of Cocoa night due to the IIlckneall .of Mr. s ; ,,' .}. .A }Jire value like Marathon. Built to Good- ,
his customers. III visiting her daughter .Mr.. E. Dubose. "
Hence ,
fill the empty place left by the victim In the hearts offan'le we must { ear'a actlnq requirements, Marathon -J
'IOnd friends admit that where there III a ,will Van Alstine. Mra. Earl Green and daughter .f J ; ,; a tire that 'runt and rune and zuna": .
there Is a way. Mrs B.' E. }Hall arrived Sun were In Gainesville Thursday. r1
: In today.SERVICE .
Last week a drunken driver struck down Margaret Mitchell.She'auffereed Mr and Mrs. Mike >< 'op
day at the home of her son, Tllghm
and died. He did not do this he had Mrs. Effie Miner had ai her
on not
purpose and children of Oaineavllle W '
B. Hall, after several were
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tntended to kill anyone but he had been In training for doing what guest last week Mra. Ralph Bar- months apent. In West Palm dinner guests ot Mr and Mrs. .tllt '1

h. lId. There were over a score of traffic violations against him. ben and three grandchildren of Beach and .Jacksonville. She was S. M. Mott Sunday ,

His buqlnella was drivIng. A taxi driver above most people should Tallahasaee. accompanied here by Mr and Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey CENTER

knfYv the terrible power of a motor vehicle. Punlllhment here can Mr. end Mra. Harry SallRer. had Mr8. Everett Geiger and visited his slater, Mrs. R. A. Jor-

serve only the purpose of aetUng.an example to others who might as their guests last Sunday' Mr Jacksonville, who spent the day.I I dan of Jackllonvllle Monday aft State Road 200 (U. S. 301)) at South City Limits
dn Vie sam kind of thing It will not brinK back Margaret Mitchell, SaaMer's parents Mr. and Mrs.J. I Mr and Mrs Ernest ernoon '
nor wm It ease the grief of her husband and frlenda. It probably A. Sasser and a brother, Robert and sons of Pompano were Mrs Mattie Sowells spent Friday Seeber D. Goodman Owner 'Starke, Florida .,
SlII.8srr, of Jacksonville. night with Mr. and Mrs.
wt'S! dn little good as an example, because people who drive while hog relatives here he past week.Mrs. .
Mr and Mrs. L. H. Hill were Besale McDaniels and lit- Charlie Kelley of Ziff section .
drunk seldom think not Some
1"'Y are that they are capable. drtv. ,
In Fernandina last week visiting tle grandson, of Miami, have re- Mr. and Mr8. L. A. Brown I
.e claim ,that they drive better when they are drunk than they do visited
Mr and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs R. p. Jones and turned to their home after vlKlt- Sanford
'Y'h..n they are sober They may feel sure of thOtmaelvs! but they ,family. Ing hire McDnnlel8 slater, Mrs. Ritch and Mr and Mra. L. A. J

))CI"e slower reactions and It IR not possible that they drive) belter. Mr and Mrs John B. Dye of J.' E. Adkins Brown, Jr., ot Oainesvllle Sun- CANOY

Another illustration ot the 'build-up from minor to major offen'ea Klngaley Lake were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Chapman I dayMr. DRUG CO.

Is found In the acts of the sex maniac. Seldom Is such a Mra. Dye' parents, Mr and Mrs.A and children ot Tampa have been and Mra., Muriel Oano of

murder, committed without a long list of previous crimes. Some- M. Blanchard last Sunday. visiting relatives here. Gainesville visited Mr and Mrs.R. ,

times These crimes Ito unpunished, even unreported, since women Mra. Fitzpatrick and son Tom Mrs. F. Oano last weekend. /
b'-.Itate to report or prefer charges because of publicity or the ecrlm' and daughter, Donna, of Jacksonville Cocoa spent Dorothy lest week with, her of Mr and Mrs. Earl Green and (
children visited
and Mra. W.
: effect on a chlld's mind were visiting Mrs. Effl" mother
Mrs. Mamie Mead, and
1-1. Hinton of Waldo
The "thrlJ1" killings by adolescents are usually the climax of'lItorted ,Miner last Sunday Eugene Mead. Sunday IUghts AIR CONDITIONED Federal Excise
Mr and Mrs. Frankie Russ Reserved
thinking by a maladjusted mind. In all probability, the Percy Blanchard of Sarasota Mr and Mra Jackson Morrow and Mr. Vance Ruse of Lake To. Tax On All
was visiting his uncle and Limit
hldory of any such cases would show lack of discipline. poor guld- aunt, and two of Quantity FRIDAY & SATURDAY Taxable Items
I Mr and Mrs. A. :p.[. Blanchard, eons Macon Oa.. I City visited Mr. and Mrs. Buddy
once or definiteimental unbalance. last week. visited the WadAworth and Mat-J
Punishment Is such an empty thing. The aim ot law should be I Rev and Mrs O. V. Lee and chett families recently. Orlando Miss Capacity, 2 QuartsFOUNTAIN

to prevent crlmln"l acts It should take out of society the people 'daughters. Joanna and Ruth at- Miss Maggie Johnson has been Margaret Hall Is enJoyIng -

who are unable to live with others with a decent regard for their tended church In Starlce last Sun- on a visit to Palatka. I Josta a, Ga.Rudolph visit. with friends' In Val- SYRINGE .79

rights and safety. Perhaps ,ws should re-allll'n our thlnklnll' Law lay evening. There was no \V. C. Burton of Graham was .
breakers should be sentenced to their potential dangerouanesa. church In the Baptist Church the guest of friends here recf'nt.Iy. local bar
has returned to his business
A criterion for sentencing should be: Will It prevent this or a here on Sunday evening because .
worse crime from being commItted by the same peraon. It III much of lack of IIghta. Mr8. T. J. Perry and Mrs. after due to being IlIneaa.absent several weeks, Regular 3c!) Size 16 OunceHYDROGEN

almpller to put out a ,tiny blaze than to repair the ravages ot Ii Calvin Blount Is absent from May Sw..eney were Thursday Misses Norma Sweeney and
forest tire. school this week because' of a dinner guests last week of Mrs. Carlte Mae Hall spent PEROXIDE
painful accident lie "was driv- O. W. IIIgglna In Waldo. In Oaineavllle.Mr. Tuesday .21
Ing cows recently and was Misses Idols Landrum and .
and Mrs. H. D. May
thrown from his horse, breaking Merton !\tcRall of
Rtarke have
Wednesday or last week
In LaCrosse "
his collar bune. recently visited Miss Martha with Herman Moody anc' Pint Size Heavy WhileMINERAL
LI Friends of Miss Ellthe Collins Horne Little Bobble Sue Barka- family.Mr. .

will be Interested to know that dale also of Starke. spent Sunday and Mrs. C. n. Roblnaor
she Is a member of the St. Augustine with the Horne family OIL.
and Jackie have been apendlna-, .27
I school faculty this year Mr. and Mrl. Charlie Layfield some time In Green Cove Sprlng .
Mr. Conover, who la with the and family of Oainesvllle
spent where Rev. Robinson
assisted In
it, Lira Surgessilj'o irPOMCANERR I II Boy Scouts, was In Lawtey last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. a revival at his church. Box of '12 ANUSOL

==S"lwrc'ln Thursday evening showing a plc- Brannen and MI'II. M. Layfield.Mrs. Miss Peggy Ann WigginG of
lure I on the activities of Scouts.A Wesley Johns
recently re- Starke '
was a Sunday guest or
I plan to ieave. my the tears when I even think a- large and interested crowd turned to her home east of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs. SUPPOSITORIES

hom.. for the hO"Iltal anti 1.a have bout 'avlng. I can only think saw the picture Hampton, from a Sanitarium In H.. B. WIggins. 1.19
f.lIn"" fl' deep regret and ask. how good It will be to come back. The Methodist Church had a

for a I'ra'er. My zinnias will be four feet tall, candlelight service last Sunday
I will bet. They are over a evening during the absence of Pint licensed U. of III. FoundationAMMONIATED
Wherever you go for supper yard tall now and large blocsome. lights. Those attending reported R. B. ALVAREZ & SON T COD
when the papt'r's been put to Really\ beautiful a Rood service STORAGE
bed. Dr. Shuler Peelo District Superintendent M. WASH
I made jelly Wednesday from ? .69
1'U manage somehow to find of the Oainesvllle .1 I I' local
apples on our treea. It looks ao 'Ve l
,you and listen to all that'l good and tastes better I made District was coiling at the Parsonage .. '..! __ "; '..., operate

lIald. about 22 glasses of six oz kind. / lost Sunday. ; ,J,&{
Too my body Is held 11\ bond We have of dear old .'MOVING ,
a body a She will soon start to school atahlwln. .1 .. ,, anywhere In U.S.
roeu w.no
rag! the heart of me Itill Is man now here, 1 am at the desk She has hail fun this I hi -J Ip ;

tree In the Mortuary on the first vacation. Sorry to hear of the E EXCEJ.J.ENT 1.19

And I Shall como home 11\ my floor lie puased away sometime death ot Ben Wilkinson Daisy 0 STORAGE .

t dreaming, Monday night a8 about 21 hours l.ang's bl'othtLett..ra from ,( 4

For 1t I" there I shall long 10 litter. they found him He lived Lorene Pad {ett. Lade Mae Carter FACILITIES 2c;) SizeB.C
alone since we buried Wa wife Isla Mae Johns
be. and Hazel
ten months ago lie wa 110 Grilfls. Agents For 1.. e
r shall come back In the night. Manning IIItYSClllY
time lonely I know till school will soon start, DeIcher POWDER
I shall kill chicken to Cues all See liS first .19
.'.7'.11 wander the streets I a fry the children will be .
/mow.:: Sunday, make! a Burnt Sugar glad. Bros.CONWAY'S.
coke I have nice sour r.1.P.1H. illNTS ..
all some : To keep
1,11<1 stand at the bank of the
river crcnm. I think I sholl waKil your Iron slick run It over a Package of 80PAPER

Where the great ships come early Sunday morning even waxed bread paper Use. only
,and though I dll not like to. then 1 good pure cider vinegar/ on beets NAPKINS
::1 shall be busy In lay time, but cnn get: my Ironing done Mon- to keep red 1 color. When mashing SERVICE STATION .09
eoace from tasks set free: day and get the house In order potatoes I always heat the .
to leave. Don will take me to milk before adding makes the AMOCO Ga & Oil -' Electric WeldingWashing
1 "all come home In my
dreaming Sioux City Tuesday morning. So potatoes fluffy and they do not Bottle of 100HINKIE
Creasing Tires, Tua- B Batteries .'re
you all can bo thinking of mil spoil ao easily If left over
1'01' It'l here heart shall
my Sold '.
and drop me a card. Just Mrs IIJIR": : IS A STEWI a little different on Bl'DOF.T PL\'I'
be. -- Edgar Guest Lure Mohr, Veteran'a Hospital 1 lb of ground beef. 1.2 PRONE U1 FOR SERVICE PILLS
The above poem la part of one Sioux Falls South Dakota I cUI,> diced ba.con. Fry bacon and 7
ot Gueat's poems and I know shall then dry the unwonted put beef In fat add 1 chopped RIDE f'I.OIUO.GREYHOUND BUSSES;

just how he felt. I will soon be tearl from my eyes I know green pepper 1 large onion MPF." D S.U'ET'OiU'OUT ECONOMY: Carton
leaving for the Veteran's HOM-' when I bear from my good chopped up. I add 1 tp. prepared --_ of 50BOOK

pltal In Sioux False, South Da- fl'lend" Gal bless you all. mustary and 1 tablespoon vine-
kota. The letter says to ,coma, ABOUT TILE' \\'OULU: Today I gar. .4 allce l potatoes cut thin LEAIlN TO FLY the easy tray. Pay as MATCHES
August 30. That Is Tueaday. Sowhen ( had a letter from Germany, a on IUcer. Add 1 and 1.2 cups you learn. Special charter trips and sight for. .25
you read this I shall already -' woman just my age, a widow left hot water and cook In kettle for
be there. I do not know' with nine children. They were one hour slowly, seeing trips by appointment. Phone 117, 1

just how lung I shall be there I diapos"Aased ot their farm by It Is 10 o'clock In the morning. Regular 50c Size Woodhury'sSHAVING
but two or three weeks I auppose. either the Russians or Oermans. r have had to atop several times .

I am already a bit home.alrk They are now In Bavaria. She to let' In vultors. One was this
and not so very brave. But wrote such a nice letter In English. man'a old schoolteacher, She I MICHIGAN RANCH LOTION .29

with all your good wishes and She l is very lIad. saW "He was such a good boy"', .

prayers. 1 am sure I shall soon ABOUT I"LURID.Lettera from It made me think of my children I s :\lu..s sotTn: 0. ST\RKE ON ROUTE 100
rrxover and be strong again, MarJlJ.rette Crlng .of Miami. Her and strange how wa always 5 Grain Tablets
bank bome singing and 10 happy mother Mr. Harrison M081..y.III love them and remember all our
to IIiIe back ,with Don and my pets, vllllting her and brother Harry lives, we who teach. en
My sd trlends Blanche and at Princeton. Mrs. Janie Cox of Su I shall: lay good-bye and > 100 ASPIRIN

Carl Lkodvali of Wayne are eom.Ing Miami has enjoyed her zinnias next you hear from me I shall be 5 2 .11
Snnday to take Digger home ao from the seed I sent her. She III South Dakota Don.t'forget I Cu > .
. with them and my Bird Willie. I had a bouquet In the houae. Jo- me and say a prayer, I shall be <
knvv my pet. will have good anne Lang of Lutz la fine. Mrs. thinking ot you all and loving I :e en Bottle of 100 Reg. 1.25 Size

care 110 that la a great worry Winton Pal"l"lah of Lawtey I. you one and all. God bless you. ..J (.r.1 -
off my mln.t. I am ao silly about happy and busy, Mra. Etta Love Lura. I L.aJ ... n ANACIN
my home my husband and 'Fowler of Hawthorne I. bU8Y. Q -=t ::c TABLETS
even my work. 1 am RO glori'Cualy Both eons are home now, New Remington' Adding Machines I BRING Tin; FNTiR1l: tr1 .98

happy most every minute, CLAY UII.LI CJud from Joy as low as $121) plus tax. I F.\HILY TO DINE enIS'

that J can scarcely keep back ,Wilkinson. my beautiful girl 1"&llfor" County Tel"jrltl'h. OUR CLEAN CAFE T-



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the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral as a partner In the real estate office have Increased tremendouslybut FOR CITY COUNCIL Appear. Stnt of Florid Ins named Court and cause, wherein September 'ID, 1A4K! In the abovtfnamed
Interment and insurance business. even with the Increase the When to Albert Tonnway, whoso residence plaintiff/ seeks divorce. Bradford r Court and cause, wherein.
Home Chapel In Gainesville. you go the polls on .
I I. unknown: County Telegraph' shall publish plaintiff fieek divorce, rare, cue
Keystone HeightsBy was postponed until coats of operating the office hasbeen September 13 elect a businessman You are required" to appear onSeptember this order In next 4 weekly I.""..... tody and control of minor child ..ndother
BRIDE FETED AT INN ID, 1949 In the above Witness. hand and official
at my seal I relief, HradforlCounty
kept a minimum. Only to handle
Monday at 11 a.m. because of your city's affairs. named Court and! raue., wherein at Starke, Florida, this August Telegraph. shall publicly
Mr*. U. L. Morgan Jr. the storm.GOLDEN Airs. Myra Johnson of Putnam one additional person has been With your cooperation and sup plaintiff seeks divorce llradfordCounty it;. IM1.! this order In nenl 4 weekly' I..".*.
Hall Mrs. Warner Weissman of employed In the office. port I will strive toward Telegraph shall, publishthis OFFICIAL SKAI.! ) A.I.: Witness my hand and' official eaknt
Mrs an eco- Order In next 4 weekly Insues.Wltnesm A* Clerk of siild Clarke. Florida, this Auguelt3.
MILITARY RITES WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Gainesville and William Your vote'and active supportwill nomical businesslike administration my hand .and official seal Py Haven Crosby, l>eptity 1 Ilt4.

FOR MAJOR HELD :FOR (;IDLESMI' Drenan of Lakeland entertainedin be greatly appreciated on for the benefit of all. at 13. Starke.1940.OFF1CI.AT.. Florida, this AUKIISI Itav Melden, Melrien IlullII..Thoml\// (OFFICIAL 1 KRtt.l: A. 3. Thomas. .
RIUENIIOUR tona lleach. Florida'. Aa Clerk of said ('ourl.
and Mrs. Frank Uible celebrated honor of Miss Lorene Alder-
Major Benjamin Franklin September. 13th. -AI 1(:. CarlisleIn ( SEAt) A.I.: Thomas, Atty. for Pit. IW Haven .Croehy, Deputy Clerk
Rid- their golden wedding an- man of Grandln at Keystone Inn -Carl Johns A> Clerk of mid Court, Ilollls' V, tinlght, Hturke Florida.Atty. 1 .
enour 43, U.S.A. retired died In niversary with a family dinner on Saturday August 20 with it ClrenU c........ llrndford fount!. Hv flaven Crosby: l1"P":19; clerk 9ilIn In Circuit. t'onrf.. Hrndfurd. County, for Plf., 6l94tt 9.9>
the Penaacola Naval f FUirltlni' In < hnnrerx, Ally for Plf. St Ftorlilnl In ChaiM-rrgr.
Hospital party at Keystone Inn on Sunday Coca-Cola party from 10 a.m. FOR CITY CLERKI IjUiirlne Forties l.onir I'lwlnllff. "". i Marjorle' Adeline Uelch. also known
Thursday August 25 at 12:30: August 28. until '12 noon. About 35 guests J. 1'. Lome liefendant. Case No. 4lrenlt Court. llrn.lfurd County.Khtrltlni ae .Marjorle Adeline XlHnley' I'laln- I. rot
a.m. will be a candidate for the 7477..ppesr.. In <'Nnnrrry. tiff v... Thotnaa fharlelon Welch. I
Yellow gladioli centered the were present. Miss Alderman office of City Clerk of Starke in ., Ci. 0' Flrld, .. 51 Jeasl lertrttde, Uevlne, Plaintiff Jr., also knonn na Jesse. Thomaa. : emus
t .
Major Ridenour was became the of J Arthur ThomnM I'evln ttefendant. I. Hlnnley. liefendant. ('ace .Vo. 7471: >
a native bride T. C. Clayof I' 'l4iI( whNs r..hl..n I. ntpl..n
table and color .
dining a golden the Oliee Nn Order ,
City Election of September 7474. of Publication and Nollce tit 666M
of Lincoln County W. Va. and Hastings .I..nn'.d flout t. liux U41., Oriler l'buI.tIon and ..,
scheme was carried throughoutthe on Sunday after 13 19-40. U."rIrPl..wlI.} N..Ulh!1 C..r..llllnt tIC hotter toAnprnr. tpnrnr. stein l-'lorliln lot FEVER
had resided In Keystone Heightsthe 23.fKHlqANK You state ..f Klorldn. tel Tlinnma Churletun Welsh .1... also
noon August are required I.
dinner. I need the and will appear on Arthur Thomas Devlne, whoso reeldence known .
an Jesse Thomita
last four position N"I.I.mh.. 19. 1949. In the .aboveflO Htnnley, 'I A I A III 41I !
years. At one time Mr. and Mrs. Ulble married la ttnknowniYou whose Residence IH Hout I. Kllaa.: I II
were Il1I I
tiiti .it I
be i't .
grateful for a Ca use wh..r.11II'ln Mjlins.
he taught In the ROTC Dept., at FELT HERE your encourage- lot If? "..,.k.. .lIy(...... 11r"dt..r,1 .are required to appear on b1". l'p""NYlvnn'' I P I f A A ,
the University of Florida In In the First Presbyterian Keystone Heights Is busy cleanIng ; ment and support and as I am 1'0."IY T..I'lI'r"ph) "h..11 publish September 19, 194U In the .above You *r. reiiulrwd to appear on

Church of Cinclnnatti Ohio on no politician I will truly need I hi''. ( rIer In ussr 4 weski issue.Vtnsss .- __.-
after the storm. No official :
Gainesville. -up
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also served In 4 1899. Mr. Uible \ I nsy hiIIl I .and arrielsul s.aIs i I
the Armed Forces during World September estimate of damage has your help.I N'nrk.. I"1..rld." this August' - - - - -- - -,
was sales. for the National IT.
manager promise faithful efficient
War II but retired several years been made. Huge trees :were you (OFFICIAL; tU .\L) A.I.: Thomas.
Biscuit Co. forT NlJlIIJI1Y/
ago because of 111 health. He I years down at the Inn Don Pang.born's. and courteous service. Aa flerk of said, Court. lAst :
While in Jacksonville a- Hv Haven SI
visiting -Leslie Biggs frosby, Deputv ('lsrk. \Iff23r
and Al Nelson's. Some
was Chairman of the Board ot bout John, J. flenderson. HlHci itlfhurdson.
three came
Trustees of the new First years ago they boats remaining In Lake Geneva 111 I 11,1 In.lacksonvllie' / Florida, )Y
Baptist to Keystone Heights and decided FOR MAYORI Ally for I'lf. 8-19 n 9-9 i 4z I
Church of Keystone were knocked about by the ,
Heights. to make their home here.
waves which were washing over wish to announce that I will In Circuit, Court, llrndfonl "' I
Edith Surviving are his wife Mrs. The Uibles have three sons the public pier and pavilion. be a candidate to succeed mysclt r'lorldai. In (..........,... County PV'" 1 I If
Brasinton Ridenour three Hntmiel" Huplllo Tlos.
Frank C. Uible of Jacksonville, plaintiff V*
Electric service went out Satur- as Mayor In the City Election of
children Charles age S, Bessie 4, M s cia Kaplllo, defendant Cone No, I
Richard Uible of Cinclnnatti day afternoon but Sept. 13. In 747S. ii
was totally restored announcing my can-
and Robert 2, his father ,the Ohio Howard Penn Uible of Order of Publication and Notice totpnenr. -i: A :
that for :
Rev. H. E. Ridenour a brother same evening. Telephone didacy re-election I assure Ntnte of Kltirlila, tot r..J7 .
the Bethel Ohio and one daughter service was still Interrupt the voters that I will continue my Hose Maria Itapllln whose residence I
Rev. Hawley E. Ridenhour.Jr. Is H)9!) (Oatherln "8t., HrldK'
Mrs. T. S. Sterrett of Hartford 8
., Marianna and a sister Mrs. ed Monday morning. efforts to give the people of 1'ort Connecticut, { a .
Ruth Conn. There are nine grand Starke a fair and Impartial administration You are required to "1'1'.1on
Shirley Arnett of Florence children. URIDGE PARTIRH ENJOYED in the Si'pteinlier 19, 1949.! Ill the abovenamed : ;
future just
Ala. I Court and cause whereinPlaintiff \ II
All were present for the celebration Several delightful bridge par. as I have done In the past. I appreciate seeks divorce. Bradford,
Military funeral services were ties have been eventsof ('..nIlIV I T..I"l
the enjoyable electing me to this on Sunday except your
held last Saturday at 3 p.m. in : the past week.Wednesday this Order: In next 4 weekly; Issues. 9 GTOCKUPFOR TI/I IOiVC :
Howard Uibles who made their office for the unexpired term of Wttnesa t my hand 'and offlrlalaenl i

.I visit earlier in the seanon. afternoon August H. C. Wall and now I hope that at 17. Hlurke ll>49.OPFICIAI.. Florida' this Auaruat HOIID4Y Wt/NOjOtKi

Your Feet Know The 24, Mrs. Thomas E. Campbell you .will do me the honor of elect- ( 8K\L: > A. 3. Thomas. Iu
JIM MURPHY SPEAKS was hostess at a dessert bridge. ing me for a full term. Sincerely As "I&.rkIf nald. "'.....rl. '' ,
ny Haven ("froshv -- - - _ _
AT ROTARCLtn Mrs. Beatrice of flfrk.
Phillips Detroit.
Difference -Jake P. Roberta T. HTnnh Landruni., IStarke, .Klurldii, .
Jim Murphy columnist and! Mich., houseguest of Mrs. J. C. Ally for Pit sIs U U-U HOLIDAY FOODS CELEBRATED VALUES

radio commentator of Jacksonville Dastedo, was an out of town FOR MAYORI
In '
reurt. llrndford (....JI'.
who is vacationing here guest enjoying this event. Mrs. Florlilni _. .. ... .... .. .
: tknneerr. "'- "
,.. spoke to the Rotary Club last A B. Watson and Mrs. Bastedowon wish to announce that I will lliitlirle.Jo; I 5. .tlu'hrl S. I I'h>I ll.tlrt.I vs. Ret her 3 BIG T = =SSS -**:::::;.,' T 3 BIG :
be a candidate for Mayor of Hi.fHiKliint. fuse No. 7411.
Friday when It met at the usual prizes in bridge while Mrs. Order of Pnhllcatlon ejn4 Notice

hour at Keystone Inn. Al Nelson received a lovely pieceof Starke.a I fair promise and my impartial fellow citizens ad-- STATIC oV. VlTo H I n At.!, DAYS. I.0" : 0 A YS.

Mr. Murphy was Introduced by milk glass as draw prize. Ksthur' tI"hrl,. H huse mvliloiice I.s
ministration and an earnest interest Oirlntn s I Hill I I I I Alahanitt 1 1.1 tOflE1f
.. E. T. Martin. He declared Key Mrs. S. E. McKay: was hostess in the welfare of our City.I You are required to appear SEPT. SEPT.
to'be Si-nlomlier, ", 2tl. 11I4U. j In ahove .
stone Heights one of the Thursday 25. \ lulliied
\. evening August at ask eacVof you for your vote Court and cause, wherein" plaintiff
best spots in Florida and talkedat t a dessert bridge in honor of Mrs. and support and will appreciateyour seeks dlvo..... HradforA County
When You Uring Your length on the subject.W. Robert G. Evans of London Telegraph shall publish this Order 1.2.3 l; WitC 1.2.3
efforts in my behalf. Thanking In next four weekly ; _.....
Shoe Repair Work To L. Reynolds suggested that England who Is visiting her sister you. Witness my hand n".rnttl..I.1

BIGGS & BAKER Rome place in town be designated Mrs. R. L. Walker. The hon- : :J. R. (Nook) Wainwright coal,at Miarkv, Florida, this A Auicuxt' Ask at Store for 4-Page Color Price List i

as a hurricane shelter. The Clay oree was presented with a lovely' (OFF ICtAL SEAt' ) A.:1. Thoma. ,
Every Job large or small given A* Clerk of said
County Cooperative was used as .handkerchief, while bridge FOR CHIEF 0..' POLICE By Haven Crosby D. C. Court, -- -' !
our bent workmanship the such last weekend. prizes went to Mrs. Al Nelson luv. "' h"'n. Keldun. BI,'".. r>nytona : ,
the -
hereby announce to people "Head, Florlilu,
best materials. Rotarian Don Pangborn ,was)and Miss Gertrude Houser. of Staike my candidacy for Ally. for I'lf. R.itt) 4t R-ll

commended for the wonderful Mrs. Al Nelson's charming the,office of Chief of Police. Your .. (",....U ('..a... Ilrafor4 County
party for Rotary Anna he arranged home was last Klorlilni 1st
aglow Friday vote and support will be greatlyappreciated. Chancery*
at .Gilbert's Camp on evening when she Murven NeUon. I'liilnllff., I v., n..HO REPAIR YOUR
entertained at X.iililtii'kl" I Npldoii linfendiint... ('"...
Smith Lake last Wednesday. It three tables of bridge. Unusual -Earl F. Miles No 7494. ,
was a Fish Fry Deluxe. The Or}|'r of I'nhllretlon *.< Node.
arrangements of hibiscus and t.. Appenri'i'iri1
Fifth hush-puppies, turtle and varieties of marigolds and greens FOR" CHIKF': OK POLICE "..' *'I...IIIIM TOI
ft.se JSHlilnckl Nelson. whose. ..ldt l-
salad were plentiful .and extra re
the porch and living I hereby announce my candidacyfor .niH Is Notitli, i llopninadow. Htrevt I
delicious. Informality was the room. Mrs. Evans was given election to the office of Chiefof ttlmHlnirv Conn*.t order of the You are required' to appear on
day as everybody dainty floral ear rings made In Police of the City of Starke. Ri'ptfinlier 27, I 11411\ In it hov named

sung: with ,Rotarian Al Nelson Florida while Mrs. Campbell Having nerved on the police force Court and cause, wherein plaintiff

and guest. Jim Murphy. Jim Mrs. Martin and Miss Knight received for several years. I feel that the seek Teleirrnph divorce.shall, publish llradford this County Order

kept everyone enthralled for prizes in bridge. experience that I have gained will In next tour weekly Isnue
hours with dozens of good fish Witness my hand and official' '
The fire alarm enable me ,to discharge/ the duties svnl nt Stark, Klurldit, till* AUKllstJ4 g
stories. sounded Mon-
of this important office to the
day evening but there was no (OFFIciAL 8RAt>) A. ;p. Thom
MIDGET LEAGUE FOR pst Interests of the people of A. dork of said Court
tire. The little son of Mr. and
Py Haven Crosby D. O.
Starke. I have been residentof
CLAY COUNTY=" Mrs. H. L. Cooper had disappeared a HnlllM. V. Knlicht, fcttniko' Klorlilu.Ally .
W. P. Wilson manager of the and the only of- I the City of Starke for 3D years for Tit. 8-ll 41 U-lll r
local Midgets announces that he spreading the alarm was to call I and a taxpayer. Your vote and In Circuit Court. llrnilford ('..uny., AT
to I active support will be greatly ap Florlilnt. In 4 .hnn.*rrr.I'llilllne .
six club
hopes organize a folks
together with the siren. I I O. llilxK. I riitlntlff.I i v.*. Itol''"-
Midget League for next year. The, little fellow was promptly predated on September 13. moo"II.h., .Dvfendiillt, ('..". No.

This will Include Orange Park found and rarrled to his mother Ben C. Holtzcndorf Order?lN9. of IMthllontlnn ned Wittli-a. t* t

WE FITFire Doctors' Inlet Middleburg Penney by Town Marshal Jesse L. Hill. A........ HTATK OK KI.OHII>S totHolotuon Lowest Possible Cost
Farms Green Cove FOR (.1111'':." OF POLICEI F. tlden, whose residenceN .
Springsand Mrs. R. V. Spencer and children 204) Pill,'k Avenue, Mluckshtmr,.
hereby make my announcement
Keystone Heights. are expected home this I llcorgla:
to succeed Chieff You sire required to onSepteinhiT
myself as appear
Insurance to KeystQne Helghters were so week after spending the summer 24 i llM'i, 5 In hove h"m.,1 1
your enthusiastic In their of Police of the City of Starke .. .
support In Tuscalonan Ala., with Mrs. Court and cnu. wheruln plaintiff .
the club this and the and I will greatly appreciate the socks divorce. llradforil County
personal needs. Call! year Spencer's mother Mrs. Ruth Mc- Telegraph shall publish this' OrderIn !
did so well it Is felt that they Daniel. vote and support of each and n"xt four weekly lass....

are fully prepared to really roll every citizen In our town. I have Witness my hand. ami official
It is nice to see Pat Hill home neal at Hlurkc. Florida, Ibis Auarunt2K. LUMBER ROOFING .
AgencyCharley 23
next year. served you for years as a memooer IH 41.OPFICIAIj.
from a visit with her folks In of your police force two of ( fI 1AI.) A. J. Thomas. .
E. Johns NFAV LAW OFFICE OPENS!' Beaumont, Texas. A. fMerk of sntil. ('.....rt.In.h
and have -
lhese as chief endeavored
years K, 221 (IrnhnnlIliillillnn.
Phone IS STARKE. FLA. Huntley Redfearn Jr. return Hklpper. 2 s 4 to 2 x 10 5)0) ii). Itoll!! .
Ralph L. Thomas attorney-at. to help every man :,I .Jiekenvl%""i.2li'Jilr.:' ;' :: -_--.
law,. announces the opening of ed last Wednesday from a ten ,woman and child in our town at Ally for Pit .ItliMVriCM ..

his office in the Reynolds Building day visit In Miami with his uncle when !
I all times be It day or night OK fo1l.I ('.rt.'II' Per Roofing $075
'is : .. Laurence Blvd. Mr. end aunt Mr. and Mrs. W. W. $50 ; _ _
( ,.. : on I t was called I reported to you. It 1..1. P KoberiM Mnyor of Hlnrk. '
) Per )
1000 Sn.
... .... Charles. While there he i ri sin of h's auihorltv i fc "
Thomas also said that in.several bad be for to t' : :hnbrh."I eI. :
i the honor of' the might not possible me ,. hy law, hereby call _______ _______Il______________ ]m ii I I
Representing THE TRAVELERS. Hartford I I weeks Lt. Commander Jesse L. witnessing see each and every one personslly' an election to be held at the ('It Y .
I Hill USN:" retired will join him VFW parade from the reviewing ,' but should I miss you I still Hall ,In, 'the aforesaid. town. by .theqs.allliel Kin aeneoisel s.riertetlgraslo. Alwi sheathing No need |10 wait i any longer If you ntl a newI

stand where Rat Colonel Hershey ,will vote. | 13.voters I94U for on the Tuesday purpose Heptimber of- I x 6 ansI 1 x H. $JO per 1000 and up. 1 a 3 and rMlf Durable. sUracllv and In color*.

and also saw the President. appreciate your ele.-tlnir the followlnir I officers; I a 4. <2" per 1000 antI up. > _ee e* aese>e s *sen eM ea-es .
Sincerely yours. Two Aldermen for Two Year. I
U Mr. and 0 Mrs. w. I. Reynolds W. E. (Ebb) Thornton one Mayor for Two Yenra. '
RIDING One ('hi.? cf Pollun for Twi> years. ATTIC
have returned from a two .weeks'vacation One Cltv Clerk.' Treasurer TIKAsuesHor j PLUMBING .
at their cottage in the FOR CITY COUNCIL and Tux. Collector for Two, I

-It mountains at Highlands, N. C. I hereby announce my candidacyfor Inspectors Yeara, of sail election:

COMFORT William F. LiiMorte of New re-election as City Councilman. I F T., (H.I. Hemingway William Vitreous! FANS

York was a recent guest of Mr. I promise to continue to deVote "H.' K. Hpark -

AT ITS BEST I nnd Mrs. R. A. Weeks at Key- my full time and efforts to 1'iinl., llavmondOeotKe Flynn Jr. ,- China; 31'; "- 75 S

atone Inn.Houseguests. the betterment of Starke and its II. W. I.nppe _; Inch it'.29

With i Shepherd's Plastic of the B. H. Rosesare citizens. Your vote and support In K.testimony.K. Oemoresr, whereof. I hereuntoeiihHrrlhfl ToiletM

I Mrs. Roue's brother and hU will be appreciated. my mime' and cause the .............. 12 S
aenl of the Haul town to l b. hereunto : t
Puul L. Bridges 32
Mr. and -
I wife Mrs. A. D. Rose $100 -
I affixed this the Vth day of In.'h .
SEAT COVERS lof Parkersburg. W. Va., All four ,t'spri.t.; A. I O I KH9.OFFKVAI .
( HK A I,)
'left for Miami and points south i .1 r. Tlohert". MayorAttest reduced frrm l IB.50, with rhrunic HloanHe\*)'.. uty r.K.lint: fans. of pr..... a' "II.Iii* "t
on Monday.Mr. As a citizen of the City of : Carl Johns, City Clerk fliVh; 4ti9dnlI" oC pipe and filtinn .
',11 at 0-' type .alve 9 less than pre-war .hol.-"Ie l prluOI.l Less motor
Starke I candidacy -
and Mrs. C. H. Newman am announcing my st en-rlfic* rrlre ___ '

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD left Sunday for a motor trip to for member of the City I. IriMilt .'....... llrnilforil County, a

Charleston W Va.. where they Council In the City Election of Klorlilnl' In ( ".n....,.. I
will visit Mr Newman's parents Sept. 13. 19'I9 My candidacy Is Thomas, Lang "'1111 nil rt. va. Murvsret ELECTRICAL I WALLBOARD I SHEET IRONrialvsninl
Defendant CaNS
RADIO TELEVISION SEAT COVERSCourt Mr. and Mrs. Gus Newman. based on striving to make Starkea No. 747& I

& Mavdlwm lilt... Starke. Fla. Order. ..f Pnbllrnllon, and Retire-' ., .. i..
metal l he l n
larger and more prosperous G I liuaril Itonil Inxulutlonitialilir : flat
Their plans also Include a stop ..pp..,. Hint of Klnrliln. toiMarvitret Fuse *o.e*. switch s.e well ; pl.ip ; /
Washington, D. C. On their town and also a cleaner and W. iMnt who. residencela eel'let. *., nucule *wl.(SIC efce*rnhle. |.: .-ereenrl nhnnilrerf | ... Trimnteil. only I2i random .1,,,.. If..r h.'. ,.."'
unknown Maine
way home they will be guests of I more decent place In which ( to Yon are required to appear. on I olaer ..M.*..n.r ...n..1 per 1AOII.) I'nlrimmnl JI9 per else here's a hu.v

Mrs. Newman's brother and his live. Your vote and support will Heptemher,. 10, 1349, In the above :spected. :::Ul'*menl Ml lee ISSn 1000( IIq. It.I An-oilril. It per M|1. fl.
Thanks! "Court and cause, wherein o.k.
wife Mr. and Mrs. Donald Chrls- be sincerely appreciated.
plaintiff'' seek divorce. IIrn''r'. '
; totters In Atlanta Ga. < -W. T. (Billy) Jackson County Telegraph shall publishthis
I Order In next 4 weekly Issues.
WHO SAYS.YQIlCANT Fred Victor of the Shoe Repair Witness I : my hand 1 and official,: seal 3iw

Shop wishes to express his gratitude I FOB (','n' COUNCIL at mark, Florida this August FLOORING 1/JU calt tl:

.. to the of I .wish to announce that I will 17 49IUFFI'IAI..
\ people Keystone HEAr) A. 3. Thomas, I -
) Heights and surrounding territory be a candidate for City 'Council I I A. Clerk of said. Court.
In the forthcoming City Election. 1 My Haven Crosby, Jieputy Clerk I x :.1 I and 1 X \ _
for the business hey have I ('ha..* It. lies, 2 4-0& Muaranly* Life
I Irpe44 brought him during the summer. Sept. 13. I solicit the vote and !illll.llo.. Jacksonville, Floridii.Atty. III III i1 r j
JET Mr. Victor states he .will continue ,support! of all citizens who are I| for Hlf. I-IJ. it e.> {Per 1000) $25 l

his business here during the win.i I Interested In progressive! and eco- I. Circuit Court. llrndfor <......,,., .

ter. jnomlual!I administration of our city .KI;.1"..'rlHl. <'onaway In < knneerr., Plaintiff' va. Albert UP

Charles Kilpatrick of the Inn ]j government. Conaway, Defendant Case No. I.IMM! ....nl l. fable floor in if at $2.1 per ItaliC' ur
? J Oeo. B. 74(9. lifetime top-trad T. & fit stork 2 x 6 decking, >tIfift BEAUTIFUL.HOME"
,5rovf. Is In Jacksonville hospital with !f Order ..f Pnkllrellon and. police to < ..
I per 1OOO. ]
an undetermined illness: Everyone I
hopes that he will be well I Hilt ('IT" ('()('!'i('''. I $87 TOTi\I. COST: !

and back In time for the I wish to announce that I will i WindowsSiniU
opening For full dutiuM .,n HarldVn lOweMt s' (t
of school next week. I be a candidate for City Council WELDING

/ costs whet bUY sfiipSeers. ./ in the election of Sept. 13. I sash wiiluoit >< fine housing, just mail -."upon.NAME .
; l-3
you motiey yeti. I
I promise the citizens of this ,
.. t at less ,than : . . . . . .
Gel 5 city, both old and young.. a fair
BEER no'ey/ freight rIseS
Buy your POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS lsnd honest administrator I"I I::!

9 Lite ADDHKSS) : .
Beer fir /fa of
6o/es ofjzx price I Thanking you In advance for I( Only -
vote and support. -
i your .. ---
4 Miles .s/ripptl lee I R. J. Andrews (
-- (Romeyl) $1 Up.nllIn.. thru Sat. s .\.!.I.

m FOR CITY CLERKI lo 3 I'.M. < I .ed 1 Su..d.!**...

hereby announce my candidacy FOK CITY COUNCIL; We offrr the pm.pl41 of Stark. i9nih! bang 12-lil wln'low's only $9.93.

for rclection to the office of Tlty To the citizens of Starke: -- ''t -; ,'

(;;Thxoc Clerk of the City of Starke. HavIng I am a candidate: for the office ami tlrlnltjr one of the mot REAl Low HoHinj *!rJ
Cost #
D4/4 served the City In this capacity of City Councilman and havingserved I In

ACii1 for the put several! year. In this office a number of m
ISSIIcHdf I feel that the experience that I years I believe that I am qualified.

have gained will enable me to My record while in this of- welilinj shop anywhere.AH WRECKING CORP

LVJnI. discharge the duties of thin Important fice Is an open book and I Invite Work Guaranteed ARMY CAMP

office to the beat Inter. a thorough Investigation of

\ (7llV.i..k eat of the people of Starke. I If elected I will serve you ume'l
am a life-long resident of the Cityof have in the past.
; '/ and In- I wUl appreciate your vote and |
,: '8"' Starke. a taxpayer my
I IJ&z tire Interests are located inStark. active support In this campaign. I( AND MACHINE SHOPTr CLOSED LABOR : :

.. Since beginning my service Thanks. j nfn> .%"to. Sta'ke.I

.IIW..a. 10..T 'AIItIOIViLLI. 'LOlli.i aa City Clerk the dutlca of that -.- W. M. Mitch Edward J

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Mr. & Mrs. Conner Observe Golden Wedding. ADDRESSESJ. and Mrs. James Eldon

Anniversary With Delightful Open House .,. Jacksonville P. Hammock, Fla.822 MackinawSt. Hardy announce the arrival of a

... .... daughter, Jayne Eugenia on Wednesday -
: '" -' f:".'{{"ef,. ...a.....;.. : .,,EI. } ,..-t; 1 1d ,Circle Mrs., Asheville D. J. Morris, N ,C.87 Tacoma August 17, in the Ala-
: ,
t. <"' '" I. .' "" Cpl. J. H. Davis, 1111-12 St., chua County Hospital, Gainesville -
Oif5" ,,' 4 Washington, D. C. I her marriage Mrs.
N. W., Before
.J" .
: Well, once more we were orphans ort Riley, Kansas Doyle B4th
4I'. Donald Hardenbrook I
Cpl. Jo Ella
:1 Barryof
ofnre 'V: \' ". .f't.. '_ ': .. .; of the storm, and I must says he plans to make expectsto his 20 Ord. Co., APO 214, care Postmaster I Hardy was
ItNoI.l..nC'e Polly Mann w _' ;;.". : admit that these hurricanes an years In the Army and San Francisco, Calif. Erooker. .
175W Editor Phone 2D! '" sign for overseas duty
Phone A y good sources of conversation for up
..: : but methlnks I'c next time You've gotta handit
.. --- - ;" Al: ..t't ti t weeks to come, rYes
r rather have less wind even if II to these Lawteyltes for Ingenuity And Transients Like
Mrs. Nancy Gunter B&PW DelegatesAt ,: <1 means loss conversation The I I Hear Dave Shuford The
it .j last one or two have come allt- :rigged a bicycle up to a gasoline Our Food. .
Weds Roy TurnerIn District MeetingThe <. ... tie too close for comfort especially I pump when the power went off atilt have time to **"'
ChurchThe wel if you're trying to enjoy during the storm at Lawtey, and I But lIe
Baptist local B&PW Club was (
of Kings- every time he had a customer he tHe home 'olk.'e *p"
the and quietude to
of the [ peace
represented at a meeting 'i, :
Church /wa ; Hear that most oi mounted the bike and pedaled a ;
First Baptist Ben ley Lake! ,
the and
fourth district held at .*' 1., f I predate| your business always
into car .
tank full of
night there evacuated
the setting Saturday nett Hotel in St. Augustine Sun y't$ ''I I the summer
i That's using the old bean, friend at home
August 27, for the quiet wedding day, August 28 The combination 1 qtJdr Friday night and Satur \ try to please our
of Mrs. Nancy Gunter of Nashville business meeting-luncheon wall day, but a few hardy souls like I'd say .
Tenn. and Roy' Turner of, the Bill Grahams and the Carl
? enjoyed by the following mem } seems. to .be all for
; Well
this city. Rev. L. D. Haines of bars of the local organization: Johnses stuck It out to the bit Our Famous Business Men'sLUNCH
could havea now So long See you
delated. Mrs. Pauline Torode, president, ter end, just so they .
In the nextCarolyn. -
The bride chose a white Bilk Mrs. Thelma Dinkins, Mrs Loy< little more conversation than
street-length dress with match ree Hartmonn, Mrs. Marlar 1 the rest of us, I 'spec GRILL'
". fcig accessories. Her corsage Howe, Miss Pat Lamb, and Mrs Legion Dance GUIDON
c'A The Rill Mundy cottage was
was a purple orchid. Mildred Sapp. This group represents Langford-White Post
one of the ones suffering con.siderable CEO. KOPELOL'SOS
Attendants were Edgar Gunter the largest from falling No. 56, American Legion, will
of Jacksonville, son of the bride,, of any club attending xtiTrPa damage It's monthly Round &
K4 Canova 'dom sponsor
trees, and the Levy
brlda'a At the end of the year a
Miss Gunter the .
Betty two Square Dance at the Armory
also had brush or
awarded. to the club Idle a
will be
and Mrs. Jimmy Red prize
daughter, Hall next Night start
has the largest percentage/ ,,. The Walter Murphrees fled back ELECTLeslie
Ga., daughterof ,
dish of Valdosta about 2:30: Satur ing at 8:00: o'clock. Uncle Ott\
of members at'the most district 1 to
the Only relatives 1 will
groom. while the H. C. Walls and hie Florida Troubadours :
the couple attended the marriage meetings.The ,....-- and the Junius Smiths took ref furnish the music for this dance
ceremony meeting was for the purpose built officers and will as usual be assisted by
Mr. and Mrs. Turner will reside of acquainting the district Mr. and Mrs. L, L. Connc DeLand, Mrs. Allie Ritch of Wl uge In the stoutly Blanding ten beautiful hostesses in entertaining Biggs

with Mrs. Turner's sister chapters with one another. Mem- celebrated their Golden Weddin listen, Mrs. Thelma Steele and club Martha at Smith's Camp beautiful speedboat everyone who attends..
Mrs. Peggy Tllley, at her homeon ber from as far south as MIami Anniversary on Tuesday, Angus Mrs. Donle Moore of Galnesvlll, succumbed to the towering
Eighth Stre..t.After and Daytona attended. After 23, at their home near Stnrke. and Mr. and Mrs. Kfvin Duboe In
it was
I waves, even though
transacted, of Jacksonville
business and daughter
all the was r
the wedding, the guests The immediate family gathered dry dock, and Ed Hall also suffered
enjoyed a party at the Pelican the group was taken on a at noon for a chicken piles a boat loss The Ho-v-
Club where the proprietors,' Mr. over historic old St. Augustine. dinner which was served out of WSCS CirclesAnnounce ell Nasworthys lost a few trees Bac

and Mrs. J. ,... Jordan presentedthem doors. MeetingsThe as who didn't? Altogether, SpA.TARKE FL'': r CITY
with a three-tiered wed Friendship Class Mr. and Mrs. Conner held ope twas quite a tussle with the elements ] ,

ding cake topped with miniature Meets At KingsleyFriday house, receiving guests In the WSCS cf the Methodist and one we all hope won't
bride and groom and weddingbell. living room of their home fror Church will have regular monthly be repeated any time soon Sun., Mon. Toes, Sept. 4-6

night, August 28, at 2 o'clock on. Around 300 friend circle meetings next Monday; FAMILY
Out-of-town guests were Mrs. :00: the home of Mr. and Mrs. and relatives called' during the September S, at 3:30: o'clock. :Myrwln Long write most en- CLERK
Ohma Tony, Mrs. Thurmon Flip- Billy Dowling at Kingsley Lake appointed hours. Circle One will be entertained tertainingly about the experiences HoneymoonFretl
pin, Miss Sally Putnam and Carl was the setting for the business- A white and gold color schem In one of the rooms of the educe
she and the family are enjoying -
White, Jr., all of Nashville, Tenn., Boclul I meeting, of the FriendshipBible was used In decorating for thll I tlonal building with Miss Kat In Germany She says Claudette
Edgar Gunter of Jacksonville Class of the Presbyterian occasion. In the living room 'Struth and Miss Amy Coburn as MacMurray -
she can't get over wearing
dir and Mrs. Bill Brinson and Church. e where guests were received, the hostesses. just Colbert

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Reddish of The thirty-one members and i fireplace was banked wit Circle Two will also be enter &heat wool going suit in and August having the. Imagne steam- 1 ( I Your Vote And Support

Valdosta, Ga. six visitors enjoyed a buffet supper branches of Magnolia leave:. talned In the educational building This time of year it's' Wed., Th"... Sept. '7, 8
which consisted of the main Centering the mantel was Eng with Mrs. J. B. Cottrell and and DOt'BB' FEATURE $
about 3:30: am.
OneYearOldsObserve dish of chicken pile au, contri- fish Ivy with rosebud vasei, Mrs. Maude Fields as hostesself.Circle doesn't daylight get dark until 10:30: p,m. 16 FATHOMS Will Appreciated: In
,itited by the hostess, and vegetables flanked by double crystal candelabra Three will meet with ,
., Maybe that's where I ought x
BirthdayMike salads, and desserts holding white tapers. Mrs. Robert Green on Washington -. La: go Perhaps could get a'' DEEP. uh The City Election On
Avenue with Mrs. J. C
Anderson, son of Lyle brought by the members.The The dining table was' covered Hobbs co-hostess. few things accomplished with all AND -
Anderson and the late Dorothy regular business meeting with a white cutwork linen as those: hours of daylight! RIDERS OF September 13th.
meal, making the tablecloth. At end was the ql
Lappe Anderson, and his grand- followed the one They're enjoyln' the sightseeing
cousin, Carol Johnston, daughterof meeting a most enjoyable variation three-tiered cake, Iced In white, Brief MeetingOf 3f course, and spent a recent Black Mountain
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Johnston of the "hurricane parties." embossed with yellow roses and WCTU HeldThe weekend in Salsburg, Austria, l

of Atlanta Ga., celebrated their topped with a yellow orchid. Around and while there visited the home "'rI., Sat, Sept. 9, 10 (I'd. I'ol.dv..)
first birthday anniversaries joint Wesleyan GuildThe the cake was a wide cuff August meeting of the if Mozart and the beautiful old 1 1I no LIKE: FEATUBK: ,
of gold maline. The center arrangcment Friday :cathedrals that were built In 1300 I _
ly Tuesday, August 18, at the Laura Scott WCTU was held :
borne of Mr and Mrs. -3, L. An- Wesleyan Guild will meet consisted of whit afternoon at the home of I, 4 But In spite of the lovely TIMBERSTAMPEDE wBW P B "
derson on Cherry Street. In the Methodist Sunday School poppoms, fern, and white taper. the president Mrs. W. N. John 'icenery, .Myrwln writes: "I can't I

Mrs. Johnston Is Mrs. Alice loom on Monday, September D, For this occasion Mrs. Conne son. Due to the Impending hurricane jet; used to seeing mile after
at 7:30: I two dress of : brief business sea mile of churned-up stone and "
Anderson's ulster, and her visit p.m.EVERY wore a piece aqu only a With George O'Brlrn<< '
at this time made the children'sfirst mesh. Her accessories wer dlorf! was conducted. mortar with only an occasional AND -
birthday' anniversaries a DAY IS BAHRAIN black and her flowers were n 1 Temperance articles of vital In- vail standing I realize more wowARE

memorable and unusual occasion. JAY at THE STAn STORE" shoulder corsage of yellow rose tweet to all at this time wen han': ever the horrible devaata- SPOOKSRUN
buds. ,read and plans discussed for the' Jon of war" '

I Punch and cake were served 1 In: next -meeting. The devotional WILD
was lead by Mrs. Johnson, am Hear that Lena Belle and Don
the dining room by Mrs. Loran
VOTE FOR her subject: "Faith" was most klorrlsa have moved from Alabama Brla Lultoul' & The Kant: Side 1
Conner, Mrs. ,,W. C. Conner, Mn WE MORTIFIED!
to 87 Tacoma Circle Asherllle Kids
F. J. Shaw, Mrs. Lucian Conner, appropriate at this time. Thi
Mrs. meeting closed with prayer, to N. C. Alsp word from Cartoon: "Taming the Cat"
and Marcus Conner The
'1 Earl F. MilesFur guest book was in charge of Mrs convene again at the usual tlnv Pvt. Doyle Crews who Is now a ALSO SERIAL, We thought all our college students w6uld 1.

Felix Sapp and Mrs. Clarenc In September, at which time of veather observer at the Base be wanting a new Portable Typewriter this
Hutchlnaon. flees will be elected. Weather Station, Marshall Field
.. fall, so we stocked up heavy. But what hap-
Mrs. Leon Conner had chargof
the gifts, which were displayed Rowe FamilyEnjoys Phone 52-J pened? We're still trying to figure it out

In an adjoining room. Grand ? DEt SERVICE I has
CHIEF daughters of Mr and Mrs. Con Reunion 8.Bt} ? Mrs. Hartmann Maybe everybody alrady a typewriter-
ner served as floor hostesses. The Ben Rowe family gathered any
Among out of town guests call at the home of Mr. and :Mrs I rate we gotta get rid of our over-supply so,
!(Jr .i 1 or Ing during the afternoon were: Charles Burton on Kingsley Lake
:. p Sunday afternoon, August 28, for we can use the money to buy an oversupplyof
Dr. D. B. Clapp'of TallahasseeMr. CREWS SERVICE
a long-planned family reunion.In something else.
and Mrs. J. C. McCormick
POLICE spite of stormy weather
1' and Wallace McCormick! of For C '
: conditions. )Ir. and :Mrs. A. B. Oils
White, Mr and Mrs. S. H. Moor Baker and children, Bertie am Sinclair Gas & While We're In The Mood

In the CityElection of Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. F. Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. LesliBiggs

c ofSeptember Fredericks, Mrs.: Doris Tounsl and children, Barbara Sue< WASHING, POLISHING, GREASING' We're
and twins, Mr. and Mrs. Llntoi
and Karen, Clyde Rowe am REPAIRS
13 Richardson, :Mr. and Mrs. J. J. daughter Sandra, Claude Rowe EXPERT AUTO

car Johnson and ''daughter, Marlene, of Lawtey, and Ben Rowe enjoyed Goodrich Tires, Tubes & Batteries The New Deluxe 2-Tone
Johnson of Miami,
and Rosemary
Sunday dinner with Mr. am
Mrs. ffvelena Lockhart, Mr. am Mrs. C. B. Burton. TEMPLE AVE. OPPOSITE. COUNTY JAIL
J4; ; HE PLEDGES Mrs. Dennis Lemon, Mr, am $84.00 Remington Portable .
Fair Im Mrs. John Ward and two sons of
I An Honest, ,
: "i partial Administration Young Matrons Circle<

of the Office If Elected The Young Matrons Circle of
FOR TAX ",',
$60 -
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT. WILL BE I I the meet Presbyterian Thursday night Church, Septembe will t4ktlll iit. ,

GREATLY APPRECIATEDPd. 8, at 8 o'clock at the home of cA I
Mrs. John Mlxon on Orange ,
( Pol.ilv.J Street. All members are urged CASH & CARRY .
to attend,*and visitors are wet t ,
LL Unbleached Or. if insist we might even be able to
; / you arrange
__ srrrrrdrs ss come. .
sre.srs.rrrr ltd'lJ
eseerr.-trs.rt r (
/f{ !
1 convenient terms with a small down payment I
1I SHEETING29cyA Waldo OES Notice .

I Waldo Chapter 120, OES wll i iI iI I You Save $24.00

''L observe Robert Morris Day oi
iI I
) I Wednesday August 31, with a HURRY ,
; picnic at the home of Mr. and f yaee
I Mrs. C. K. Pennlngton, Earltor ; I llURR !
IWTCIIERLINEN Beach. Supper will be served
between 8 and 7 o'clock and all '
lll I persons attending will bring a IIlJRRY !
j 1 1 covered dish. -- Louise Rauler--

': 39-in., Width son. Secretary. Before( we change our mind "'


$129 yd. USE D and put these back:! up to


_i'e the regular price. Buy one
RayonGABARDINE those special occasions that call fora

i ROYAL STANDARD special gift, give the timepiece that,
for student's"going
A now college
Siding Sight
My I : WITH 15-IN. CARRIAGE each year seta the standard in fine watch
t GO.OD CONDITION making artistry.See .
Why be ashamed of the looks of your home : 2-in.. Width Watches. away" gift or put
If the exterior is shabby and worn providing: : $75.00 these smart Bulova and Elgin

fair name for termites re-aide now with, .. $129 yd.Sullivan's Would o..tround $1'1'$ New As serviceable as they are beautiful. Priced IAJY1PIIDY

our famous Johns 'Manville Asbestos Sidewall With Till Sloe: CarriageREMiNGTON from S33.75 and up. including professional it up for Christmas. I

Shingles. Stop in for particulars or phone i models for doctors! and nurses. DlflMDAIlIAlso


Loans be t I SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY Remington Noiseless Portable: . $92.75
F.II.A. Remodeling: or Repair can

obtained. Let us explain to you. Only Stllghtly UtMMlPractically .(PICS TAX)

; New Gem JewelrySTARKES

DRY GOODS $50.00Bradford


147 West Call Street CountyTELEGRAPH
Starke Fla.
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Mr. and Mra J. F. Jaudon had Mrs. Roy Ward returned Saturday 'Mr..' George Flynn returnee:I Mr. and Mrs. A. ES. McKlnney,,,I I Friends will be glad to hear Welfare Clients ."' _D'. Beauty 8 hop nnWashington Sew & save with SIMPLI

as their guests Sunday Mr. and from DeLand where she last week from a visit with liei I. accompanied by Mr. and Mra., that Mr. A. F. Sauls will return Street will I

Mrs. R. R. Beauchamp of Tren attended the wedding of a cousin daughter. Mrs. Glenn Wood Ir I E. J. Dowling Sr., visited in to her home the end of this Feeling Pinch But stay open CITY pattern & material I

MIss Sue Marks. Clewlston. While there se, alec I Branford. Llveoak. High Springs.. week after spending several May Recover LossesPublic on Thursday afternoon< i from TilE STAR STORE

ton.Mr.. and Mrs. Graham Sale 01 Richard Morse left .yesterday visited Miami, Fort Myrs\ ; and I and Gainesville Sunday. weeks In St. Vincent's HospitalIn

Valdosta Ga., spent the weekend for two weeks' vacation in West Palm Beach. Spun rayon in beautiful Jacksonville. assistance recipients In

with his brother and sister-in- Mexico City., Driving his own Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Haren re. dress patterns "SPECIAL"' Mr. and Mrs. B.' M. Davis had Bradford County are feeling the' II ALVAREZ' STORE A: Clothing/
law Mr, and Mrs. Guy Sale as their visitors last Sunday Minx" effects of ; hfd 1891
; at car. Dick was accompanied by a turned Sunday .afternoon after a L 35c yd. at STAR STOHE lowered assistance
Mamie Anderson. and Mrs. P. R.
Klngslej Lake. friend from Miami and two vacation trip to North Carolina Miss Beryl Jean St.. Peter ot grants according to a statement j
Mrs. R. H. Harlan' of Gainesville Stone and daughter Mrs. S. OMienton by S. E.
South Americans,, They enjoyed; the drive across the Gainesville visited Miss Florence I Sparks member Dis'
visited Mrs. Ruby Johns last and her little boy, trlct 5 Welfare
Smokies, visited the Cherokee Board.
Friends will be glad to hear Brown from Thursday of last Michael. of Archer Mrs. Stone
week. that Mrs. B. E. Simmons returned Indian Reservation at the foot of week until Sunday. and Miss Andersqn are Mrs. I Because tax revenue at the I
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawsonand the mountains, went to Catlln- present time Is
to her home this week afetr Mrs. Russell Judd and children Davis' sisters. sufficient to pro. ,
family Visited Mr. and Mrs. burg, Tenn., across Mt. Plsgah vide only 7% Barksdale'sDept.
spending almost two weeks in have returned from a vacation Friends will regret to hear that percent of State appropriations -
B. Woodham In
A. Jacksonville
and then back to Starke.
on In the
Shadycrest HOIIplta1.Miss trip visiting relatives among Mrs. Charles S. Partln who en- welfare program -
Sunday.Mrs. Betty Jean Roberta of Mr. and Mrs. George T. Jones which were Mra. Judd's mother tered Shadycrest Hospital because those receiving; warrants

Patricia Bkvlns of El- Jacksonville! spent 'the weekend left Thursday to make their Mrs. L. A. Miller of Altha and of Injuries caused by a for old age and blind assistance o

Dorado, Ark., visited her uncle with Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn home in Gainesville on Roper her brother and sister-in-law, fall Tuesday a week ago must are getting; less, than they norm.
and aunt. Mr. and Mrs.
last Edward and family. ,, Street.\ Mr. and Mrs. Calvin A. Parham remain there at least two more ally would. Store

Burns. Wednesday. She and Don Champion 'returned to his Mrs. Paul McLaurln and daughter of Panama City. Her brother weeks. Actually \Mr. Sparks explained

Arkansas three friends aAe were returning to home hers Sunday after spend : ,, Paula of Ocala visited Miss will leave the last of August for Mr. and Mrs.N Bruce Davis and the cut does not amount to 25 .

Miami. vacationing In ing four days tinder observation Bottle Sue Biggs and other Memphis Tenn., where he will son, Powell of Arcadia spent percent of the normal grant to .

Lawmn's In St. Vincent's hospital In Jack. friends Tuesday on their wy to taRe a course In dieseL l engineering from Thursday until Sunday with meet minimum needs, since part

Beaaty Shop on sonville. It was quite a coincidence Jacksonville. The McLaurlns Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Davis.. of the funds for grants come BRINGS YOU SAVINGSON

WaHhlnKton Street will stay open that Don' dad In Tulsa are former residents of Stark Dr. and Mrs. S. M. Hembreehad Mr. and Mrs. Byron Niblack from Federal sources.
Thursday afternoon .
Hollis V. Knight was business Dkla., entered a hospital there Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Harris as their guest from Sunday and children, Carateen and Joel Good news recently came from
for observation on the same day. until Monday Mrs. Hembree's sis returned to their home In Fort Washington when It
visitor In Green Cove and son. Jerry. of Washington, was stated PEPPERELL Red Label
Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Hutto of D. C,, 'arrived Sunday to visit ter. Mrs. Charles Norton her son White last weekend after spendng that the Federal government will

Savannah Ga., spent the week their' (sisters Mrs. Lex Green and and daughter Charles and Sara two weeks In the E. J. Dow- make up this difference to welfare .

end with Mr. and Mrs. I*. :B. Mrs. G. J. McGrlff. Miss Betty Frances and her mother Mrs. J. ling, Sr., cottage at Klngsley clients when and It the State Pillow Cases &

Hutto and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. ;Lou Harris who has !let'n'vlsit- F. Williams of Wewahltchka. Lake. The Nlblacks are relatedto restores Us matching funds. Sheets

CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION Tucker. InK the Greens for several weeks Lewla flame, ending his summer Mr. and Mrs. J. R Wainavrlght Therefore, the client. will eventually

One lot ladies' shoes!'! $1 pr. :will return with her parents. employment with the Fire rengve grants to make un. Peppvrell I'epperell

at T STAR STORE Mrs. J. K. Douglas visited her, Department left Thursday to b"TUDENTR-Atep out with the shortage they are now experiencing. Pillow Cases SHEETSDmihlv
his B.
Mrs. F.
visit grandmother. ,
pride in HALL-HAND GYM It Is said.
and Mr. and
son daughter-in-law, Names In Altamonte Springs.He llrnl size
Mrs.. H. C. Douglas In Brooker, Van SHOES from STAR STORE.:' While the average grant for I 't.'j
was accompanied by
I J. A, Wasdln old !
Thursday. I who Is employedIn age assistance In Bradford
EXPERTSERVICE Priest and they expect to return -
Mrs. Roy Mathews of Palatka 1 today. On Monday Rev. Mexico visited his brother and County was 11.18 In June, Is It

.; the weekend with her stster-ln-law Mr. and Mr. Riley now $31.lRecordR for the
spent son- and Mrs., L. D. Halnes and children -
.dl. Wasdla, Friday of last week. blind program l are not
in-law and daughter Mr. and Mary Louise and David. quite up
Miss Mary Weldon who hat to date. but It Is
Mrs. Billy Dowtlng., will drive Lewis,to Wake Forest. expected that
Mr. and Mrs. Lex 'Green haveas S. C.. where he will begin his been attending the summer Hessians about the same proportionate reduction -
1 .at FSU In Tallahassee Is will be experienced there.
their'cueet Mrs. Green's college career.
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.'S. In June the
average grant was
grandmother Mrs. Esther Letch- Dresx goods by the yard Tit
A. Weldon until September 26 ,. J 1022.
-I. worth of Sebastian STUMP'S DEPT. STOKE. ,
when she will return to college. Total 49c each $2.19 each
payment the
Pilot blouses for ladies' at Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Thomas Friends will be Interested to program In the 'aged
STUMP'S DEPT. STOUE. and daughter/ Joarm and arm county this
I 'know that Bobby Turner left las month Is $17,170.86 as comparedwith LIMITED QUANTITY SO COMK; : EARLY: t
Mr. and Mr. D. K. Kntght spent Ed. of Crescent City were guestsof week for Valdosta, da., where ho $20.281 In June.

PHARMACISTPhone I Tuesday, Bill Long In of Jacksonville'Gainesville visited Isl.ter-ln-Iaw.Mrs. Thomas'Mr. and brother Mrs. S.and C5. will Plymouth'be employed' Agency with there.thu Dodge H.. The 1949 Legislature Increased We invite you to come to .It A KKSDA LETS

his mother, Mrs. P..H. Long over 1 Denmark, several days thin plans to stay with his sister, I the State appropriation for aid NEW,. Department Store. Valuable Gifts
64 STARKE Cha& C. tile .weekend. ;.week.
I: Mrs. Bill Brlnson. dependent children enough so liven Aicau Each Saturday At :/'J(} /' M.
Hazen' .
Mrs. A. Z. Adkbm returned Miss Caudle leaves Friday Misses
June Patel and France
On-the-Minit ServiceDAY that Federal maximum
ShepherdAt could bo
from a visit in 7arl onvllle to resume her studies at tho Taylor have I'
Just returned froma
& NIGHT 'I' Gay's Service Station Tuesday. Her 'sister 'Mrs. John Southwestern Baptist Theological vacation In Daytona Beach. granted for the first time in this I

Love Wilkes, will accompany her Seminary In Ft. Worth There they participated In a 'program. Over the state as u .I

and win visit at their KIngsley Texas. Blind Date Radio Program sponsored whole that would' have muant an

Lake home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Munsenof by the Jr. Chamber of average grant! per child of *21.BO.
Mrs. 0. L. Beanley left Wed- Buffalo N. Y., have moved Into -
Commerce. After the program With the reduction D Ill :1-cl.] :1 I {WJ$1$
In effect, the
Every Branch efINSURANCE nesday night for Tampa where their Tiome on the F. C. Hol- they were taken to four of the average per child will be

she will visit her sister, Mrs. C. llngsworth farm a fe\v miles vast night spots in town ... _,,. ... about__ .. ,
of which the u_ -mama_-..._ _'a-0 .I.__ .......as .LII\0 worn\0 It
C. Hampton.
Hoppe and 'return with her they I'l'cenUypurcbalfed Mrs. L. U. Morgan and granddaughter was 317.55.The Saturday September 3 Tue!!. & Wed.. Sept. (6 & 7
mother, Mrs. A. :c. Durden who !
Jeanne Pollctt, Rp..ntthe DOUBLE() FEATURE noirm.i) ( : FEATURE. : "
has been recuperating from a Miss Beverly Burch. a recent weekend in Jacksonville visit Hjime 25 percent rcdurthm. '
recent Illness them. Upon their _visitor of Misses Barbara and ing Mrs. Morgan's brother-in-law In State appropriation: for salaries ROGERS

return. they will! spend several 'Jackie Colley daughters of ""Mr and sister Mr. and Mrs. Ran- and other administrative L 'i1 UM H m (ownn

H. C. WALL AGENCY weeks with' 11011'''. 7. W. Kincaid and Mrs. Carr Colley returnedto dolph Bnree.i and Dan Boreo. expenses was made" by the Stale r TRIGGER j jJfck 'J

at her cottage on Kingsley Lake. i her 'home .in Hollywood Sun. Mr. and Mrs. Van 11. Carde'! Welfare\ Board Mr. Sparks mild. sMettt Note 'JI
Mra. Effle Johns and sister day. and To meet the situation temporary e .iisau.astbii
daughter Donna Jane, or
PLEATEl46, Mrs:? Nina McCrutcheon brother i Mra F.ffle Johns spent Wed.I Worthington visited Mr. anil,} Mrs employees have resigned nthm Ii.i

Constant Service Over 50 rears.- J, J. Gross and niece Mrs. H. D. I nesday with Mrs. Oscar Andreu Charlie Johns 'and other fl'll'ndahere staff vacancies are going unfilled "

Carter., and, Henry -and Richard 'Mrs. Hana Swmdley and Mrs. Monday. some leaves of. IIbR"nl"art' beinggranted ".

Carter Delia Hagun at Keystone I.ake. and travel
of Maxvilla spent Friday Poll>> Parrott & Star Hrani! and equip !
In On Thursday Mrs. Johns had as ment expenaes are, being redo
-- ------- -------- ------ I Mlddleburg' visiting: Mrs. :
JoTrnd" nephewand niece, Mr. her guest. Rev. and Mrs. J. B. .shoes! for jrirls & boys aSTUMP'S 'ed. > _a. AN1STAGECOACH> SMtarrI.ig

CLASSIFIEDsOR and Mrs. George-", Carter. Dixon of Jacksonville.HAPPY DKPT. STORE. That means that applicants
Mr. and Mra. Nate
,. _. Mrs. Jeanette Klncaid has purchased HOME Indies'! dresses Dyal accompanled or ruclplcnts won't be nhle to
"'-- __ "- ___- __" S by Mra. T. L. """
i the Hull property in the $1.1)5) at 'STAR STORE* Caseyvisited have their needs connlduietl ns.

I SALE: used ra IIrep"", portable. I.Pi "I>. Chas refrigerator only 33.B I Is having the hnuse made Into arrived after- BeaMey, a summer Sparks observed.
a family WedniiHdny
'. Shepherd, R dloa tfc.U Cow* down pmt. All 04*01. utura visitor of the Dyals returned to "Every effort
(('ourt piles 7-2'JU where she will
was formerly occupied by Mrs. Smyth's'mother, Mrs. Bertha reviews so as t.. save the

Fi.oHiitA wBi.i. pmu-t \ f 'It'O KOR SAM3 UU Oi>i> Oranue oJ'ulmctto .. Miriam KI<<.k.lltec. Peart- enter school. double penalty In loss, of Federal" I
Honey. "'fr ln..d 10- Roy Wanura. of Mounds Illlnols "
; funds.
2-, 4Slnrfc .!! .puniputaUd pound" l tin for IZ.1'0' poMpafd.. J. Is visiting his ..slster-ln-la i e/r .
A II. UrDov..rLu.he. Ull.l Illll t.llI'Mt IMdItyiler
/ e us
Pkwns 13. rWrjl' ; to: Flil4tp 9-3= Mrs. Titus Olson and family for >.mj i Curluuii .v. "llaliiHii
J. A. RI R'" Err S-4tflyr the next two weeks. Recent Deeds Uuhln" "Serial'
Macdenny Fl. ;(;htt" $inirr8winirMachtn.a,
I'aHh. A 'Vnrnaar. Miss Jeannette Mcl.endcm re
uvallabla In
I YOUR TIMBER title unction only lltrfMiith 1'IIlIlI'e.tI..Jntr limed, to her home In Orland Among!: the deeds recently recorded Sun. & Mon., Sept. t & 51lJWU8J'Itlter. Thur & Frf. Sept. H & 9,
SELL Machine '('0., 4l">2 N7: Mar. UNDREDSof In the ('oUl.thoIlH" DOirilLft FEATURE
I NOW lon St.. Lake ('It". .Kin.. Phonflflo. o ant week after a visit here with More;
Prices taIdI write or visit our' tihfip. OiirKulo her grandparents Mr. and Ulrs J. I H, Mond.i of Bradford County DAVID JANE
I Highest your; home A t3.'rvica upon rrninciit.nrm. will visit U ,.fiutails are managedand economically N. H. Matthew. to Leonard.! Prevail of Lawtey,

I WILL BUY IN BULK attended that onlj-. a trained Friends will regret to learn that portion of lot 40 In Sect 13: N IVENWYMANkiss
FOR HAI.E Console:: radio A hut Mrs. C. : Twp. 5 S.
IN UNIT S. Partln has been Range .22 K.: lying
OR phonograph. Can 1> '''.en at n. U.,
I AlvHrfH & Hon WarthniiHa. on JaxMirhway. and tuireful organization can Attend lospltallzed/lue Injuries to her east of the Right of WilY of Se.:i- I ESTlIER \ J ,

I EDWIN W; PECK Phone 9105. tf back received' In a fall. board Airline Railway and containing .

W. Turner ... .H "H\I.U":; HlrHwImrry plant by when the urgent need for ServtetfIs Fred Carlton baa returne 1 1-2 acres. RED .
Or.John ,
I the 'hud itt. Ilhndvn.' 4 iiillitA out I
I P. O. Box 4S3) I "n State Farm Hlvhnny.\ : 2tp9'22I '! at 'hand. Detroit from a. visit Mieh. with While relatives there he I In Canal Timber Corp., (If Tallahassee IDwmo)$()WIWA.\lj;\ 4 .

Gainesville 11*. to Leonard Pievutt of
tlAV ; > :
I typewriter.on For new llmli Knnnnirtun.d. tlms port.weare also attended the railroad fair in Lawtey, lot No. 41 Wondluwn I ..

aM I .Helllnft th" new t-Toni deluxemoI JONES Chicago and visited friends In Section 13 5 S
I Send me a postcard r only $410) DeWITT.C. Nnnhvllle Tenn. Twp. Range 23K. : l lEXW\. irt INTHE[ DAwappel .
/: .
JV' : :
will come see YOPI.b I tax 1 Inrl.). il desired. Hoe containing 10 acres, excepting /r .
Hrndfnrd County T"'tt srftph.APDINII :,, >. 'Phoi 7 Starke, Fla.Ambulance. John K. McRae, seaman, USN, therefrom the right' \ of waj xtAatT//} : : ,

......... .EFT RF.FORIPJ... ItO4 ... ". MACHINKH: "- )H SALR .,f Stark, la attached to the air. of the SAL Hallway and Htste flR'XI M04. Wcr Ul@[ [ w m MOO I
HEADY AT ho0 P. w. e'r. istY. New Itemlna'ton ,n.Icls aa low MM craft carrier USS Valley Forgo- i Road :JVo. 13.Cotham 'A' ; & :
U.'II'IIF.II' 'UFT PIIO tf 9120 llrHdford County Telegraph. ?? I ::1 -T,
: : COUNTY T.tVF.I4TOCK Battle Efficiency Pennant and "tint K SUW"-lNFE\ : Our local funeral feome enables na to offer convoriencessmrioea andS
... WedS FOR HAL.K. Ira .Sf. ;
"h AnAnrann
Auction sale L ; ptoI "K" for (;old,/ Stripe Nylon
MARKET: : general excellence durIng
t4-acre farm Ami N.*....
A ..r..ted. bv J. I> Odnrn.Jr. ( ; party A panture not otherwise availaWe. ( )
Owned. t'h. ISM.on 1.1 v. Oak.' Fla.4-l eome, blcliH.I stood, location. Twp.Meet. 6.: the past year. The ship Is hone at STUMI"S STORK.;
2, rune 20 I E nn hlarhway
Cabin with .ahower, siNo 100; 2 ml. to New lll..-,' .utatlon ," .. prudently. operating out of San e-e r-rp- ____ __ 1 i
FOR RENT: : --------- ------------ ------ --------------
lr"J 1mi.\ to Ijik llutlcr. Thin In a DI effo, Calif.
or un'urn.
KTInn 2 .>apt"v. 203 furn.N. ('hPl'ry Bt. >:::11OR12oFC1R. ', VMI-V: .'ooil liny at $I.11110. J. .1. We furnl.it.the, highest type ,service at lowest prices, and Mr. and Mrs. K.: t,. Matthewsand ..
-rume, Broker: Wardle M. Car AN" ? life Insurance In force, I Unwed ky ANY SAVE J
RENT: 4 htniaas' U 1g.' tar Hn.I.F! i>mn., Ill W. Ind. Ave.T'.hund accept policy :family returned Saturday to $$38 On This Handsome Bedroom Suit .
porcha.. : t.o water. >. tnquIrPlit F. I n -- IttpUlfd I I IPT. company as payment In part or In full oa "'.e1'aJ. their home, In Starke after spend- '
"rk The. on tJttlo oM Blanrtlns-r*: "JlHt -aips'2e' .\ FOR RK.VT: film' S fins' .. ..ae Consultation carries no obligation. Ing two months In their cottage f
_* Hm-t 931 N C'liKrrv' "t. lIpinroad on KIngsley Lake. In'i'I.\I; (

FOR SALE! ( ant. FOR RKNT <>n Kln."- Lester L. Gott berg, AO-1 J USN
A 1919 Chevrolet with IPSIS than ,1v T.Hke flllltAbl.*. for eoupl 'tailored In Puerto Rico httie, $99.50 Value t
$.\1.). MrM. I'attllne Torod. It I
40H)0( ) miles. A sacrifice at i I been ending a leave with his .
SLADE OAS CO.. INC. i I father. Harry Oottberg at "Kings- SALK I'RICK t

'all St. at R.B., Starke Fbi.3.rm. FOR SALE by Owner: ley l.eke. He. will leave Sept 8
:3-room cottage on Road 100 / to begIn eight weeks of aerial

mo... 100..bln Inquire"I""hur..t'OR.t 1'1..H t'ttI XT Court.by.. lisp wit,111'nnItt. or 3-mL east of Keystone GREATLY APPRECIATED AND 'Va.bombing, training at Yorktown. ,, $$69.50 I

t bhlll'. FOR RJoST: sultahiS. for. Heights. 2 screened porches ,.. _
c..rp..ot..r or gereCe. 5.chsnte. 1flinlre IT IS PROMISE TO CONDUCT I" -=;;>i _.
.Pln..hur..t,.t. 8.('ourt.Cattle (hip. on lit, I"HI' ", deep well. modern Improvements - = 1)) .1 SATURDAY) ONLY: i iI

('he. 9' '14k .
1931 i4tflfl : '
truck ,ua. Will a" Corner lot 70,J 60. on hill Shoes Repaired I
bodY .
Je'pf nle" young milk In. ..uw CONSIDERATION FOR EVERYONE .,_. -__ ,,% l4'l9l:" Kit: ciiK.sr:: :
with in trwi" l MCKifl'flay. well shaded. Abstract up '- ,
: ; S r
R.I't.I l4tarita. .111)
: ,
PoS 44. to date. $2900 $900 ALWAYS. .1 I BELIEVE WHILES-WAIT I z ,. \\U: "'.tNlT\'
HHVT. | :.,;
Trailer .pace' FOR !PnIburnt down bal. $25 Phone
i4. .
Tourist Court. at im .

1.111':0 I'Royal.1'TPF.W'RI'1'FRM. 15...td.,ALSO 1I.ln.: ..arrl.1 FOR Itpmln.'o""ort. .....SAt. anfllmed. .F.:, FSTAU"furnlwh.d: : Mat or' 'your' ... "v..an"I.-i. ,I" BEST ,PEOPLE AND WE CAN New Low Prices! .5 I

.. .1I..htl", II..' County n.w'l HBNTAI. .AUE.VCV: 118 WORK TOGETHER FOR THE
$50. ET.dlor.1 Walnut. Ph. 23. Htark., Fla.ConarlMntloui half. Hole, ii : !
effort e secured. In $1 50 ,.tJ WITh II 'AI'IIN;' (J
.ecurlna worthy tenant.. .. Putt COMMON GOOD. (Men's ) *_
WANTEDi i $ Price Includes! Warm.

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Turpentine Leases! ;Must have ear antI have had some lllf Sole injr ('lo'ott. t !

WILL ALSO BUY vale experience. Good. prwpoolll (n.o....-..'.) $1.00 Made Hy The Fam- 75W _

YOUR TIMBERIn for the right man Apply You Would Expert; To f :....

Unit SLADE GAS CO.. INC. J.1 R. WAINWRIGHT out! Serta Manufacturing j
Bulk or Pay $IOII)! ,
Indies'' Lifts ,
Call St. at K.K., Ntarfco. Fla. ." up
With or Without Land Company. These Janllf14re Made By The Famous i 't

APT. Foil HKNT: Kuril.. with all : Nice CoversDouble. "
WRITE or CALL modern appliance.. Sal. N. Walnut 'CANDIDATEFOR I SHOES 8HINED Manufacturing Company .\ndre. .. ,,":
l.*.li Bi. .. '" >
FOR HALR: t Jpuey .'ow.milklngoo.i Qualities. .
Fla. now. ALXO > other cows forLrfHar The .....kn.. 1 I
Phi: 3 Lawtey | -In Thoo s..t.
.ai.' d my farm near Farm MAYOR OF STARKE :
Mkt Apply 111 N. Cherry St. H. S"TARKESHOE i'
? A. M.wm>ffi, BtarWe. Kla.' ftp .
FOR SALE: youna-.aml.strawber toJ ml.fe. !. i RUMMAGE: I Used Dresner. SIO.OO"- Used Vanity SIO.OO f.
plant by bud or thou FOR RENT: : -rm. garage ape na..tov .
o' Stark at Mlnnl Naumaflaplac. natr, vt. r.frlK I'vt. \
.. "" batk. Mr.$1. J.. U $,11 lmmon.. tit lip Vf.Madl.on P. S. -I I Will Really Thank You For REPAIR IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
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KOR RENT: 4 rma.. modern. i
mn. ALHO .. rm.., mod.rn.J1 V FOR 8AC.R: A I0-acr farm with That Vote! :
Apply' 410 r .t.t.1. at.. atath*. HPrort 1 hoo- (elect ll..ht.),,11000.. 14.5
RaNT:: : J-rm. fnrn. .pt. with Ira WII.ofi. lltarke.. lip 51. F. Hudson, Proprietor Denmark Furniture Co. j jrnteSSSpSsSpeeeeeen i in

p"t. bath rfoparata e.ntr..nc lkoU.A- FOR BALE; dlnln' room .ult. I (Pd. PoL .\'!".) Arroa "Ht.' form Park Theatre ,
cross frsn. school F. A. bedroom eultee. gas slot. tnUeelUneoa ,
4f14 Templo A... Itp furniture. Me* Mra.Temprano I PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA.

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a record-breaking berry deal, for "dog days", which extend from petition and competition leads to Strickland whose home Is at of Clay Hill has gone to New-

FARMER'SDIARY there will be enough volume to the last of July to the first of better farming and better crops BRANCH, Kingsley Lake. She la In Punta York for. -a while, after which
really bring in the buyers and, ol September. Thank you, Mrs. Mr. Davis has set a mark for all LONG Gorda with her eldest Sidney she will\ go to Boston, Mass.
cdurne, that means that prices will Casey, wall' be looking forwardto farmers to shoot at next year. son
I be good, for competition In berry hearing them soon. Let's hope that the Farm Bureau By Mrs. J. L. Strlrklanil" .. She says she is feeling .well Slightly' lined Remington DePortable -

buying like anything else, is the S e runs the contest again, and that and getting along fine. She will luve Typewriter .*

By Sam Mcfiarvcy "life of the trade." Last Sunday made not one next year there are many more Homer Padgett was seriously I come back home later 'prob rare bargain at $30. Good as
a batch of ice cream, but two. I entries (you have to enter If you Injured while working on a ably In the fall. new -- Bradford County Tele
The author will be glad to receive IUTHSELI.! GREEN of Brooker What with some chocolate already want to win) end that the winner bridge near Doctor's Inlet and Mrs. Annie Sayward,, formerly graph.Don't .
llmo of Interest concernIng does hit the 100 bushels was rushed to a hospital In
/ per
reports that he had quite a warm on hand, .we had our choiceof
the activities of farmers In and exciting reception one day recently three flavors of ice cream during acre Tom has set as a goal. Starke by his brother-In.law, ,. __ __________n_ __ -
Irq Bradford" CJ tU'lty. Siiggcutlonit. may when approaching his home the week vanilla, peach Incidentally, heard tome talk Horace Whitehead. He suffered U
be left at the Telegraph office or from the New River direction. He and chocolate. And make believe I that when "soda", was needed fora chest bruises and a broken leg. Bury Your Dead Animals

mailed to Sam McGarvey, Lantty.Florida. saw smoke coining from in front that Ice cream with some side dressing it was not avail- The teachers reported for dutyat ,,

I"I I l,of his home and thought at first of our good Bradford County able. "Order early', says Cliff Clay Hill\ school August 23 FREE PROMPT SANITARY REMOVALOF
his house was on fire. When he strawberry.. preserves. on top la Currie "and you, like my veteran and the children registered on ,

FROM WHAT I HEAR there'llbe acres They had only 10,000 last I got up closer, however, it turned, not good eating students, will have it when need the 26th. School will\ begin Sept.
of strawberries a- year. Looks like Levy la getting I out to bn one of his tractors on; e ed" 6. Miss Wood seems to enjoy DEAD HORSES, MULES OR CATTLE;

round no shortage Bradford County next back In tbo) swing of berry grow- I fire, which was bad enough --I VUlteil the Noble Manurth In the meantime, just for the the little ones, and doesn't seem e
to have much trouble with them. CALL OUR PHONE OPERATOR AT OUR EXPENSE
almost "losing his musing the loan of all the mechanical
eprlng., Nearly everyone I talk ing after Mac and Martha at their homeon fun of It, when breaking your
to seems to be planning at least touch" when he worked at Camp !' parts and all the tires. the road to Keystone Heights, corn you might weigh the corn The recent storm hit the Clay PHONE STARKE 189
Hill section hard, but aa
to double their acreage thla fall. Blanding, all those years. Hut no one was hurt and his Mao 'js scouting around for a from 300 feet and see how your pretty
Frank Norman who has one of Hear that Luther Hlllard. one house .wasn't on fire, so Russell, garden tractor with which to weight compares with the winners far as we know there wasn'tmuch ,, If You Have, Difficulty Call Our Jax Office Day,
done "to
the prettiest neatest farm homes of our biggest Lawtey growers, says he Is so thankful it wasn'tany work the little garden on his damage except
tree limbs Night Holidays
timber. were or
you'll find anywhere around, had already has 10 acres set and Is worse. I place. He In also going to mend Large \
off, and lots of
whipped greenpecans
an acre and a half last year and counting on 5 more Pete Wainwright e his fences and stock his 25-acre Spoke to Felix Sapp who has beaten off the trees. JAX PHONE 45300: ;
la planning three acres now has 18,000 out and plansto J. C. DAVIS Is exhibiting a nix- farm with cattle. These folks had his tractor about two months. were

Levy Norman and son, Milton, set 2 ,OOO more. He had 20- foot rattlesnake he shot on the have done a real Job of remodel- and he. too Is very. pleased with The: lights Some were of the off people for sometime left
have out 30,000 plants, and will 000 last year. road near the Leaston Wynn place ling their home and now have a Its performance. their homes and 'went to other .
all down the line. near Hampton Lake, The huge delightful and charming place SC
And it
set 30,000 more before they get so goes I houses where they felt more se
through making a total of 4 Next spring 'should certainly be rattler had 14 rattles and a but Regular circus goes on every Inlet. Fla. Ph. Orange Park 2196
ton. Tills seems to be the timeof Just alt nervous as a couple of day on our farm at time. cure.We from
... .- feeding had a letter Mrs. A. S.
year for rattlers to be on the cats on a hot griddle this weel Chickens hurry to finish their
move and I expect there'll be awaiting a porcine blessed event.
feed so they can steal some from
tome stories about whoppers. Mrs. Arbuckle as we have named Joy, our cow. Hogs rush" through
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7o Ii with killed In the New River section her because she's round and theirs so they can steal some of j HEARTY SAVINGS TO HELP YOU PLAN FOR
Before long. New River Bdrms" tat, of the feeder
one pigs we
the chickens, and mule Tom always -
to be of the favorite HEARTY MEALS DURING THE
one hanging-
bought at Gainesville, shows
tries to steal some of the
out places for rattlers In fact, every evidence cf farrowing soon sow's feed. In other words, the :
the: old New River Baptist and we're anxious to see what last one finished,la hungryl! fllti '
Church is still known to old tim- she'll produce, Nowhave her in le\(, W. Jk.-End!
era as Rattlesnake Church., Wonder a stall, with clean bedding,' andplenty' Bought tome lumber this weekto iJ.4
If the and unwelcome 1
unexpected of fresh water, and will start on a long delayed home ;
appearance of one of these have to wait.' Can't hurry Nature Improvement program. Going to
reptiles ever "broke a meet-
up .
? put In a bathroom first, and then
there Woulden't be at all
Ing" e e .
work on other rooms' in line of \ ANN I>'AGE
r surprised WASTE OF MEAT their Importance. When to find "
1 Tr S e Cow killed on the highway one time You can always find timeto "

I II I 11, "'t"re that Informed you can by now a news buy service a- night north %this of our week farm.about A a darned mile do something S .you. want to do. r 1IL GRAPE JAM: 1\ lb.jar 1ge; 2 lb. 35c ,

I pound of Queen bees for. a mere shame, regardless. of who's to With the> aid of, a little one- .
$!2, 625 a bargain when you blame. A waste of good beef cylinder 'gas engine mower managed '
-= I consider that at' the beginning (the buzzards will be eating steak to cut the weeds In the I 1'; / ;.- IONA NO. 2 CANS
-- .---- -- -- -. of the season the same bees will for a few days) and a dangerous front half of the kitchen pasture. -" ._ ;:
------. :..- ;.;: -- coat about $3,500. A Queen bee, hazard for motorists Alice tri- Trouble was that the land was : .CUT

by the way, costs as much as ed to pull the cow from the middle bedded up making most dlffl-! T'E.A GREEN BEANS, 2 Cans 27c
tt.25 each. Production of honey of the road, and almost pulled cult to mow with this mower..
FARROWING HOUSE .la a big business here in Florida its tall off. After several Like most of the one-cylinder operated Our Own .
netting between one and two unsuccessful attempts, she fin- pieces of equipment this .
: for better pork production! i million dollars. Why do bees ally flagged down some cars and one is fine when It works Fin DEXO 3 lb. Can' 71c
I buzz? An expert on the subject got the cow to the side of the ally located the trouble In a ,. -

for convenience, efficiency and sanitation build your hog house answers: "If somebody stole I I road. Two hoga also\ killed near fouled spark plug, had It cleaned 1 lb. 91c

of CONCRETE BLOCKS. It will provide dry, worm quarter and your honey" and nectar,, you'dbuzz here this week. More than at a service station, and now

: ii eonly kept free from poraitt..There's a me to'fit your leeds. too! I j enough meat wasted this week the mower works. fine NUTLEY IONA FULL PACK
feed a family for a year! .e
.. Phone ,.,. complete details. We deliver Saw a small flock of Red pal Ito I Our hen. mutt read the Tele
No. 2 Can
lets belonging to Leon Renfroe Alice heel. another mishap this graph., They have been shamedone OleomargarineTOMATOES, JOe
r CONCRETE ILOCKS .nlCKS. IASIS j j (which are only, six months qld week. While ntlll limping around -" way or another into stalling
: I and they are pretty as a plctu e. from having her little toe to lay again. They have been
:Iz:: FLOOR. DRAIN AND ROOF Till Leon bought them from Clayton broken by Pride, she fell throughthe moulting now for a long time,

I ',?.EADT.MIXED CONCRETE AND CEMENT Crawford. Incidentally, while on back porch and narrowly and they had better get It over ANN PAGE CREAMY SMOOTH

i _ _. _ Leon's farm, noticed that he has escaped more harm. Board broke with and start producing. 1 1. lb. 20c
I ;See a mineral box out for his hogs.I and she fell through but thanksto SALADDRESSING
,I Costs only a small amount of Providence wasn't seriously Had a {'OIlor.I'man Bill Tyson
money, and does wonders for I hurt trim our, mule's hoofs. When
Inc. hogs. carrying Bill back home, started
Annis Building Supply WHITE HOUSEEvaporated
Shad I TilE ACID TEST telling him that Alice would like

1836-1018 W.' MainxSt., South a nice friendly note from: Finally got twelve tons of lime to see a wild 'gator. Well, Bill, ,
Mrs. T. L. Casey, Route 2, spread on two fields. Disced it told us that there are still some Milk
GAINESVILLE Starke, telling us that the reason under on the one field with the 'gators around and even told .
P.O..' Box! 62 FLORIDAPhone 217-218 {I the mocking birds are silent now tractor, despite the very wet conditions us1 how to get to a pond where. PINT QUART
j Is becauna they never sing during Feel confident now that hal said there are some Guess, 22 C 40c
the tractor will work during almost we'll take a ride .out there some' 3 tail cans34c ,JAR JAR
every condition possible. time and see if we can see one.
That field was really wet, makeno .

mistake about that, and yet :Miisturd.. liiriilpH. sweet potatoes -
the tractor went through It In wax benna, all growing fine. NATIONAL BRAND CORNED \
fine style. Once or twice, whenIn Expect t& get a lot more planted I
a very low place It started to soon. But like mOlt! enterprises
bog ,down but before' It started In farming you can think up in
7W7 ONLY to dig down, lifted the bush and I five minutes enough to keep you BEEF120z.35c
hog harrow by means of the I busy for a week.LAKE .
hydraulic lift, and got away .
c9tJ $1360.00 easily\ Another thing, when r
d .. I
discing around an old '
stump you ;
L UP lo 21 merely lift the harrow Just before GENEVA Ann Page Tomato KETCHUP 18c

r.._ mo. to payORD the stump, and let it down lly Blanche Cunningham
after the stump, and that's all 'I Octagon Laundry SOAP, 3 ,for 20c
there Is to It. A Sympatny.In extended to the
ti,.t Then waited' a day for the families of the late Dr. H. F.I I DREFT, Giant Size - '- 67c
field to dry out somewhat, and Preston of Melrose and Ben Rld- .

IIIr then broadcast seeds from the enour of Keystone Heights. Both BLEACH Bright Sail Quart lie
tractor and cut them under In I will he
.I greatly missed in this Sunnyfitld, Small, Skinned
L-T one operation., In five hourscompleted community where they had many OCTAGON CLEANSER 8c
the field which 'Ja about friends.
< "Ready To Eat"HAMS
nine acres In size. Proof of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Forsytheand
the pudding, so to speak, will be three children "and Billy Sta Flo LIQUID STARCH, Qt. 19c

how good a stand we get there. Rodkey are enjoying a brief va-
Stock we turn In there will have cation with friends and relativesIn I DAILY DOG FOOD, 3 for 25c

real tuttt-frultl grazing cow Connellsvllle, Pa. Both Mr..
r peas, soy beans, hegerl. and Forsyth and Mr. Rodkey are employes DAILY DOG, MEAL, 25 lb. 2.25
crowder peaa. Before frost will ) 'of Hudson Paper Corp., J .
cut this growth under and 1mj j I Palatka. I 8-14 lb. aver, lb. 63c

prove the field which by test we I; Miss Lillian Gentry and sister l ;
: TRACTORS. knew Is deficient In phosphorous, Mrs. Burl Biubee of Silver
o I
I Springs have returned homeafter Jack Sprat !Sliced'
lad mir first hurricane scare a weeks' stay at Jacksonville -

: i I bin. week. Folks assure us that Beach. BACON lb./ 45c 'R
real because :: I pkg. -
bargains $
are there: never has been one around and Mm. Ray Foray
here, and that Is good news, but and Mrs. Blanche Cunningham ._.
until we get this place In better were Starke callers Tuesday, I

I FIRST COST IS 1d. shape, will not feel secure' when Richard Cunningham and WEINERS, lb. .45c
the wind really starts to blow. mother were Starke business callers 1 RIPE NORTHERN ELBERTAPEACHES

UPKEEP ISPERFORMANCE Worst we've ever.. experienced: Is Monday I
winds of about fSO miles an hour T M. Finley attended the fun '
Be?? and cannot Imagine what real eral of the late Ben Ridenour I COLD CUTS, Ib. 45c
IS ,
hurricane grinds would do. Monday in Gainesville Services

H'ffl, were held Saturday p.m., in the!
RESALE VALUE IS Jl:IM1INO/ CORN CONTEST DeWItt C. Jones Chapel but the Sunnyfield Fancy, Short-Shank *
Judging of the Corn Contest by hurricane weather! 'conditions delayed 4 Pounds 25c

{he Farm Bureau held last Fri- burial services until Mon Small TenderPICNICS
day. Went out with a team consisting day.
l of Cliff Currie, .Lawton
;; Demonstration>w ,on your Farm Crawford. and the writer. Measired I I THOMPSON SEEDLESSGRAPES

'i"i" v jMrtS! >J*?'" >*>MM& < jtt *?*. J. j*. ,-. SjT iii..tUb Afh.fc.ij and collected corn at farms
! ,> tr;t'r. ;; "if \; '- "r ti \ .r of Crawford, Ren f roe, Stpp-and
".. $; 1I.Jlf !;( ; Conner., HOWARD'SCall 6-8 lb. lb. 39c
l Ji1.JI.II'> ave.
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Z.f t t ;
Here's the
o4t .
>It. > >; : l )< ,. : way corn was sampled fFItFSII
: ,,
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fifth row from each end, and.! ,
, one In the middle. Then took a U"raJAlcAc : NICE SIZE, I1EAI>LKS: 2 Pounds 25c

You owe it to yourself! to see a Ford We are willing to row' ,
each broke
and and collected -
. Tractor perform. We will arrange and expense simply because a real cornethere.
Believe that
that for demonstration is the only way FIRM. ,. RED RIPETOMATOES
performance you; you name way any was well devised and fair to all ,
the spot and we will put the Ford farmer can fully appreciate what contestants. Winner of the contest Grade; .\ Dressed & Drawn Fla. '
Tractor through ,its paces. What's the Ford Tractor has to offer. Mr. Davis of Graham, had

.... more we will let you operate it your-' Arrange for the demonstration, corn which weighed lip pounds, '
f't Keif. There will Ix>> no charge: and no !see the demonstration and then you giving an average of 63,7 bush FRYERS
: obligation for this demonstration be the judge! els to the acre, which U mighty Call on .n* for' reliable drug
i /rood. Upon being congratulated
I and health 1'1..1. at worthwhile 2 Pounds 25c

j' K J"fd 1oz .a 7-rc.e De#train4u ut Alt i tuag ?QiI1B by whether Tom he McClane would shoot and for asked 100 Having \V'e pride ourwlTft on 2-3 lb. ave. lb. 53c .

4'" r bushels to the acre next year i ,
1 the exartneM. which
.1 Mr. Davis replied that that was .
.' a mighty big target Corn Into
plant. I goes every single prescription
Inc. ed by Mr. DuvU .was Dixie 18, it WHITING, H. & D.lb. 15c 1
EQUIPMENT I we fill.\
was fertilized and side dresxed.! I \
Real factor, though Is fact that \ \
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1136 West Main Street South land had cover crop of lupine cut PERCH FILLETS lb. 33c \ \
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA TRACTOR t under before corn was planted. Temple Avenue! Starke Fto. I -

Such contests we believe do .
.much to! stimulate friendly comer I. '

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, to have them back. course, we had to use rain water
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rivera ancj I joice I
Baptist ChurchA Presbyterian ChurchYou their children Sarah and Willie, The writer returned home from and burn lamps and candles Sat-

"Moonlight" Baptizing will are Invited to attend services STATE FARMBy Jr., of Auburndale who visited Jacksonville Thursday of last I urday and Sunday morning.
of the Presbyterian Church Mm.. Bryan \\hltfleld Mr. and Mrs. Sellers and Mr and week after a pleasant visit with Mrs. Robert Myrlck and daughter -
be held at the First Baptist this Sunday Mrs. P. S. Crews for several relatives. I can't mention all spent Tuesday In Gainesville
Church Starke, this Sunday days. Friday Mrs. Sellers and their names as It would take too visiting Mrs. Lester Sponholta.
evening. The new baptistry will Morning 'worship, 11.00: o'- Jerry Chesser, Juantta Tyre. Mrs. Crews and their guests much space. But one Friday
be and flooded with clock. Thomas Anderson and Kenith went to LaCrosse to see Mr and night I had the pleasure of attending CARD OF THANKS
I spot-lighted Sunday School 9:45: : a.m. Linzy are the Farm's beginnersIn Mrs. D. Li. Shaw Spencer Crews, the birthday elecbratlon We wish to express our sincere
.oJ moonlight as .some half dozen Theme of the pastor's sermon the Raiford school this year, who had spent the greater partof for my brother-In-law John Ste- appreciation and heartfelt thanksto
candidates are baptized: In the I Is "Going Forward"- ls dang- and Norma Jean Dobbs Is our the week with Mr. and Mrs. pehns at Orange Park. It was
Methodist ChurchAt Church Of Christ baptistry of the new auditorium.This eroim to mark time. St. Paul only senior In Union County Shaw returned home at that his 85th birthday, I was accompanied the many friends and especi-
service will follow the regular teaches us to press toward the High School Lake Butler. Their time. there by Mr. and Mrs ally to members of the Boatdraln
the 11 o'clock hour Sun- V. E. Jones, MlnisterBible evening Happy Hour of requested I schools Monday, August and
opened Robert Taylor daughter,
goal, which la Christ. Mrs J. C.; Williams returned 1 Baptist Church, who were so
flay morning the sermon subject School 10 a m. hymns and choruses and Class last Friday 29. Charlene, Mr. and Mrs. W. :t'.[. and the
Pastor The Friendship home Monday following an extended ,helpful thoughtful during
the the
will be, "When Chrlat Said Good- Preaching :11 'a.m. "A message by. I had of Sunday. oVf'rnlght.vl..ltor. of Sikes and Rev. and Mrs.. O. J.
subject: "Grace That Works", the third in : night an attendance stay with relatives In the Illness and death of our father,
e Bye." Special music for this service few not needed In the church.:' the series on and works or over 33 member and six visitors. Mr. and Mrs. J. d. Caldwell were northern part of Florida and In Raulerson. F, W. Rosser.
will Include a duet. "Father grace This active class for men Mr and Mrs.. WallaceVeRt and Mr. and, Mrs. D. M. McRae of
Evangelistic Service each "The Lord's Salvation". The very Mobile Ala. Mr. and Mrs J. E. -Wm. F, W. RosHer. Jr.
Most Merciful" (Franck) sung I hand I la number their son, Wally Jr.,.of Toledo, Orlando are visiting relatives
Lord's Day 8 p.m. Subject: baptism will b.. vl able from all women working on a Ewing and Miss\ \ Doris Ewing of
by Miss Fredricka Edwards and "Will God condemn a person whoIs around the new building and an of projects. One of these U. Ohio. I -Mobile came with Mr. Williams here and In Starke. They also
Mrs W. L. Edwards, and a solo, honestly mistaken, ?" amplifying system will make to supply clothing to two orphan Mrs ,O. W. Rahme of Miami and were overnight guests of attended church here Sunday.
"Hear My Cry, O Lord." (Mll- The at Brooker audible ttte Pastor's words. boys In the Presbyterian Orphan. spent last week with her son-in- Mr. and Mrs. J. U Williams\ Their many friends were glad to PHONE 213
meeting continues -
ligan) sung by Mrs W. L. EH- The public Is cordially the first hourof age at Clinton, N- C. Any who law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Lee Brown Fisher of At. have them.
wards. Sunday morning wish ,to share consult Mm. Earl Cheiuier. Mr and Mrs O. J. Jackson
may .
Invited to attend. Nothing is wor hip' begins at 9:45: with lanta, Oa., has been the guest of COLONIAL
The sermon subject for Sun preached but the Bible and the the "A Beautiful Coat", Billy Jackson, chairman of the Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Nix and Mr. and Mrs. P. D,. Fancher and children of South Carolina,
day evening at the 7:30: hour will Church of Christ Is ready at all the message story of Joseph. This ser Orphanage Committee.The .. their baby daughter, Margaret since Sunday. Mrs. J. A. Scalesof Mrs. Q W, Boan and son-m-law
be, "God And You. Note the times tc back up what she vice Is used to accommodate the Trustee of the church returned Tuesday tram, their vacation Perryvns an additional visitor and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Per-I FLORISTFLOWERS
Sunday evening service begins at teaches. large number unable to attend will meet on Monday evening In trip. They WE're' guests of of Mr. sail Mrs. Fancher vie Green, and'son Nathan,
7:30: starting with September.The hour. At 11 the Chapel, at 7:45.: 'The SesHlon, relatives in Commerce. Qa., Sunday and Monday having accompanied visited Mr. and Mrs.. B. M. Mc
The the regular worship
Gospel tent will be In .
Youth Fellowship will meetat Starke soon and we invite o'clock the message by the Pas (I Ladles' Auxiliary and any others ,wher* Margaret remained with her former guest, ; Rae Sunday afternoon.Mr .
6.30: you first In interested In the contemplated her grandmother while Dr and Mrs. Fisher, to the Farm. I and Mrs. Lavon Alvarezof
now to be with us In these meet- tor will be the a unique ;
The mid-week prayer service Ings. We will not take up any series "September Studies of Sins Improvements / to the church Mrs. Nix visited Dr. and Mrs. W. DeWItt Sinclair spent the past Orlando visited Mr. and Mrs. (j)
on Wednesday evening will be- offering at any time. These of the Saved" with the title being property are invited to attend F. Humphries, Jr., In New York weekend at his home In Winter Robert Myrick Tuesday night of
gin at 7:30. meetings are made possible by "The Sin. of Satisfaction". this Important meeting. City.J.. Haven. I' last week.
The Sunday School begins at the Church of Christ, so be look- The Youth Choir directed by Mrs Young people take notice: The M. Bradley was Jn Buford. Misses Gwendolyn and Shirley
9'45: Sunday morning. A new Ing for the announcement as to Mona Canova sings at the first Westminister Fellowship will Ga. from Friday until Sunday to McRae were dinner guests of
class for women is being started time and place. "Come thou withus service with the adult choir directed hold its first Fall meeting Sun attend the funeral of his brother- PINE LEVEL Miss Hazel Crawford of Heil FOR ALL OCCASIONS
this Sunday morning (Sept. 4)) and we will do thee,good." by Mrs Lucille Green day, September 4. The topic In-law H. E. Bowman. When bronn Sunday.Mr. .
with James L. Cooper as the singing for the regular hour of : will be Vacation experiences Mr Bradley returned home he My Mrs. H. II[. McRao and Mrs Robert Myrlck DISH GARDENS
teacher. The lessons outlined by CATHOLIC'CHURCH worship. Mrs. Mona Canova. Is Come prepared to take part In was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. and daughter were dinner guests
Mr. Cooper will have as a gen Sunday Mass 9:15: a.m. organist for both, services. the" discussion. Time:. 6:30: p.m. Vance Geiger, Bradley Geiger I lof I Mr. Myrlck's mother, Mrs. Sue POTTERY
and Mrs.. Nell B. Meshaw. all of Mr. and Mrs Martin Oliverof Myrlck. at Lake Geneva Sunday. .
eral subject "What We Believe. Sunday School 11 a.m. Sunday School meets at 9:43: I
Phillip E. Adelshelmer Is teaching Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. with departments and classes At The Tabernacle Jacksonville, who were guests of Plant City are visiting relatives Mr and Mrs Russell Thomas POTTED PI4NTSFLOWERS
.. the Senior Class. There Is staffed by over 60 teachers and 'I Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Sunday, and friends here. They and children visited his parents, WIREDANYWHERE
a class for you. ,Attend Sunday dayBible Study .la ,every Wednesday officers for all .'ages. Training A literary' and musical pro- About a month ago Mrs L F. moved away about 13 years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thomas of
School. at- 7:45: : Unions gather at 6:43: for "train gram, consisting of patriotic, Chapman went to Monteagle, They attended church here Sun Rising Sunday.We .
ing In church membership" withan classical, and religious numbers, Tenn. where she made about' day and we were so glad to have are having plenty of rain Nona St Starke
active Adult Union.A was presented In the Tabernacle two weeks' stay at Assmbly Inn. them with us again. Sunday In this section and are so thank
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.-''Starke, cordial invitation Is extendedto I School Annex Thursday eveningof At the end of that time Mr. night they united with us for ful the storm wasn't any worse
laat week by a group of Chapman Joined her and they membership again. Makes us re last Friday and Saturday. Of
Rev Lewis D., Halne. Pastor all to worship at the Lord's (
houite for all of these services.Heilbronn I young pople. The young girls were at their home in Fairfield, I
'" v. v' .. I were lovely In their formal gowns Tenn., for two weeks, returning "
"[a The Heart of Town And In The Hearts and one young gentleman of four home Monday.Mr. Revival Continues Thru Sept. 4'
of The People"A RevivalThe years was much admired in his and Mrs. R. H. Cox returned -
white suit ,with standing collar Thursday from Baltimore,
Heilbronn Baptist Church HEAREvangelist
'vv and black bow tie. Md., where the latter was under
Southern Baptist Church For All People Is planning a revival meeting to observation for several days at
.. .. .. begin Sunday Sept. 11. The Among those attending from John Hopkins "Hoopital. En John L
out of town were: Mrs. Mae BrayOF
will be done Rev.
Morning Worship-11:00 Happy Hour 8:00 preaching by route home they visited relativesIn
Franklin pastor of Hickory Sweeney and daughter, Joan Mr. .
Sunday School-9:4.1: : Training t'nlon-6tJ; : : and Mrs. L>. J. Wynn. and Mr. North Carolina. "
Grove of Green JACKSONVII1I.E'Soloist ,
Baptist Church\ Wednesday Patty and
Midweek Sertlce Wednesday, 8OO V. )I.' Cove Springs. He is an able and Mrs. L. A. Wynn, all of fince
Mary Lang of Lake Worth have
Hampton, and Mrs W. E. Martin ; Roland Jarrard A "R
'" an enthusiastic evangelist -
GREATr'sUNDAY'"MORNING"SERVICES preacher been visiting;\ Mr and Mrs J. C. ,.
and sons of Lawtey. }
TWO : and his messages are expected Wallace here. At that time their
9:45: ".1 Beautiful Coat"; 11:00: : "The Sin of Sat l f act Ion" to bring Inspiration and Miss Phyllis\ Martin who has stay at Keystone Heights ended v ; r
blessing. A cordial Invitation Is been assisting In the Tabernacle and Mrs. Isabel Edwards and First Baptist Church Hampton
SUNDAY. EVENING "Grace. That'ork., extended to the public by the work during the past weeks, will Misses Mary Wells and Joan and ,
.. .. r pastor. Rev. G. E. McCauley ,to leave Monday for .Taylor University Nancy Mynlhan, who had also 8:00 Each Evening w
"Visit The Church With The Visiting Pastor" attend any or all of. these meet- ,. Uplands, Ind., to con been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace -
Ings. tinue her Christian training for returned to their homes in
foreign mission fields. Jacksonville.Mrs EVERYONE WELCOME f't:
C. D. Sellers and her
St. Mark's Episcopal I baby, Emma Lou returned home Bob Gray, Pastor

The Church School of St. I where they had visited relativesfor
STARLINGCGrocery Mark's Episcopal Church will < t, weeks They came with
: _
have its opening session of the I - - - - - - -
new year this Sunday at 9:43a :
.m. In the church. Classes are
available for children through
WEEK ENDING SEPTEMBER 3, 1919 Junior High age. Mack Futch Is
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry Streets Superintendent of the school,
and the names of the teachers ,
will be announced at a

: HI-HO CRACKERS Large Package - 29c pate/ .later I ,
A cordial Invitation I Is .
to all who have no church affiliation -
to. attend our Church Carl Johns
SILVER c I Holy Communion' 11 a.m. Sun
day. Sermon by the Vicar
The church Is open dally for
COW prayer and meditation. t

TALL Christian Church

Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn-'
Ing Worship 11 a, m. Evening I
Worship T':3O: p.m. Everyone'
Welcome. Regular/: Prayer Service '
each Wednesday night 8
p.m. O. A. Clark, Pastor. j

TRIPE,. Kinghan's Large Cans, Each, Only 39c CIICRCII OF GOD I CityC1erk

Rev. I* Williams, Pastor
8th & St. Clair Sts.
Sunday School 10 a.m. j
LINDY PEAS 2 for 29c
cans - - Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p rn.I I
III-UP TilE BEST I IN TOWN FOR TilE MONEY:" Y p E Sesvlce Tuesday 7:30: p.m. I
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m.I I

PENTECO4T.\I.!' J10UNEHS "I Honest Capable Experienced Courteous Successful

10th St. and Tf'mpleve.. :
Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn-
25 | Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangells-

FLOUR 148lb. I I! welcome tic Services 7.00: p. m. Everyone !I I Duties Of The Clerk: l lTo


I The OF LATTF.Il Church of DAY Jesus HINTS Christ' of I Keep Adequate Records Of All Monies Received And Disbursed To

Later Day Saints will hold Sunday I Keep Adequate Records Of.All Meetings Of Governing Bodies To Oper-
I school In the USO building
j on Temple Avenue every Sundayat I ate The Office In A Business-like Manner Keeping Regular Office Hours

MORTON'S SALT Per Package - - 8c 10 a.m. A cordial Invitation Operating The Office At A Minimum Cost To Taxpayers With In-
1 I. extended to all. |I
creased Work There Has Been Only One Additional Employe Books

CONGREGATIONALMKTHODIST CIIL'RCII I Audited Annually By Certified Public Accountants.
HEINZ BABY FOODS 3 for f 29cTomatoes
- - -
Service: every first and third
Saturday night. Sunday morningand i I Wish To Call To Your Attention Especially, That The City Clerk Has No

GA. c Sunday night, 11 am.Metho-and I Voting Power On Any Question Affecting The Citizens Of The City Of

D. dls 8 pm.Church at Congregational on Brownlee Road._, Starke. His Duties Are To Keep Records And Be Able To Furnish The City

4 No.' 2 Rev. Ernest Grlffls, putor.ISUNNYBROOK. Council And Citizens With Information On Questions Arising. He Has Done
.f These Tilings And Is Qualified To Do So From Actual Knowledge Gained

CANSEACH 2 :: From Experience.



POTATOES 5 Pounds for 23c Club had Its annual pic WELFARE. CARL JOHNS IS A TAXPAYER, A PROPERTY
IRISH - - nic on the Beach at Hampton |

and other activities were I HE HAS AND WILL AT ALL TIMES
CHUCK ROAST Western Pound 39c carried on through the day. At :, ,
- - noon a table wan spread with WORK FOR THE BETTERMENT OF STARKE AND BRADFORD

fish, hush pippins and .Sl the
trimmings./ Those. who enjoyedthis COUNTY.
NECK BONES Fresh Pound - -. - 17c event were: Mrs. J. R. Kelly,
MUa' Dorothy Rosa and her 'sis.1.tar. -
Alice Mr*. B. M. McRa. Re-elect Carl Johns
WHITE BACON End Cuts Pound 15c Mrs. V, A. Browning. Mrs. J.V, Let's Vote for &
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McRac.: Mrs. Russell Thomas and .
children, and )(rs.It J. Fender. Your CITY CLERK
WE DELIVER GROCERIES All reported having a grand
AGNES THOMAS ALTON DOBBS JOE S. STARLING:" Miss Ross, home demonstration (P l. Pol. Adv.)
gent, distributed cuttingsof .
Cashier Market Manager General )[anger
various type of flower and - ..,.., -- 81FRIDAY -
told the ladles how to root them. ... - - ,


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'Family Honeymoon'Is Park Theatre for three days co-star beginning ;I Daniel remarkable and Chill movie Wills youngsters Threo, Andrews Motor Co. 'florid" f'I..1t*I In(.(.u.t.........nr...,...4ford County. Pltal New 1 YorkuYI V Hid. *. No. 6, Ward's Inland, ; of Bradford, State of .-.1.14

Hit Comedy Sunday. Again I add Immensely to th<-. side-split. Joins Ford Dealers THERESSA Mulicl.. McCabe f.m.ola.., Plaintiff.I art i required to appear. on. I shall less. slick be redeemed oertlfiuate.., or ,
And V. ItRli.h .
"The Camaolu: Vet. ,. FlurlltJ
ling the stars of Egg allt. Cnno October 8. IV 4 in the above named tho property ... .
Coming To Park Colbert and Fred : tlngr qualities- this sttrcctlon In Safety Contest liy Florrte\ Onann fltff 1 A03.Wrdrr Court and CAUH.. wherein. plaintiff I tlflcate or certificate, \
( Claudette Based on the novel by Homer --- r Pnhlli-nllnn mnit !Votlr* .a oeeka divorce A cuxtodt A controlof to the hlvheat bidder ,
"Is : ; /l>l>" Fran Olf ri.UHIIH minor children. Bradford County house door on'
MacMurray the new picture Croy "Family Honeymoon" :s the J. W. Andrews owner of the About SO of Ralph Cam..ula. whose r..iililencA Telegraph Khali publixh thla Order month nf October: : tho first 194. ::
"Family Honeymoon", one of sold to be tops for laughs. story of a young widow and her Andrews Motor Co., Starke Ford Billy\ Hall's friends address I. as 1170 tlt., Bronx In next four we.kly iHHuea.VlrneiM the > day of October M'i'
the moat hilarious screen conie- ) Supporting roles are carriedby were present. Tuesday night o.e New yo.k.Clty 1 \ my hand and official seal thin.2flH day of A..
new bridegroom who are compelled dealer, has entered hla dealer* last week when To..- art required to appear on at Htaike, Florida. thin Auuu.t (Of '101.1 Seal) A. J. Thomixl 'I.
Mci Billy
I prlsed with a peanut boiling Court .and CHUM wharetn plaintiff (( ; REAL) A. J. ThomaJ '-1 ,...
,I children along on a honeymoon test sponsored by the! Ford Dlyl8Ion party honoring' his sixteenth seeks dlvorc ft ruNtnrutlcm of Aa Clerk nf Halil. Court.
Ford Motor former nama. Bradford County Py Haveri Crosby, i). ('.
i to the Grand Canyon. The complications Company. birthday. Games were played Telegraph' shall' publlnh thin Order T. Frank indruin,, Htiirke Florida, v
that develop are said Mr. Andrews Is one of 8,400 I t lore refreshments were served In next four: : weekly issues| .. Ally, for Plf. 9-i 4t -aJkittle : I 1V.C.T. U.

KOCH DRUG STORE I' to provide some of the funniest Ford dealers throughout the nation '- Billy Hall won the prize for Ihecrackereating lOt Witness Htl1rke my, I'hand"and.this official August seal. l't of uAppl/cedes; ;; for'T.. Deed
who has entered his dealership 18H2.Nolle .
SI. 194., 110UK Hill No
semes to hit the screen In along : contest. I "
In' the contest during September (OFFICIAL HEAL I Is 'hereby given that "8.8lblfy Til. "il
1 long time. ; and October. Residents 'of'Theressa are glad As Clerk) ot A. .J.." Thom"1, the holder has filed of the said followingcertitIrsta certlfl- STRONG DRINK (Y)< I iB

to welcome Mr. and Mrs. J. E, Jy Haven C'ronby, U. .C. oitttJi' for a tax deed to be issued. WIPED OUT OF THE K, T
1I Seven hundred prizes totaling McKlnney /md family who have T'.Fr".nk ', "drum, J1II..k'"l' Florida thernon. The certificate' numbers TONIGIIT
District Governor S Lj
I CUT RATE DRUGS S10OOOO will be awarded winnerst moved back Atty, for Plf. g.:" ,4t ,9aJl"i I and years of issuance the deacrlp
to their home here Ion nf the property, and the nameaIn WAKE IN THE MO
Will Visit Rotary t tOn ) tile safety contest. The prlz- from Miami.; (.1..11.. Court, ..r.dr..nl County, which It was aaneaned are an,WITH MORE THAN IL\L
September 7 Mr and Mrs. J. T. Land were yorif.JI''hl1. .. *"ttuerPlaintiff.. v.. nf iKMiiunre IH3U, Dencrlptlon ofproperty SINS AND SORROWS! G K
five Ford |
; 25 l000 U.S. Bsuer' Defendant Case W of of NW'4
of Mrs. Land's : dNJ:< IIALL C
Savings Bonds, 100 $100 Bonds. guests slater ,In N. 1603... (essa parcel at 1 ( ; ft. RAW ,
Jacksonville\ Sunday afternoon. Order, f Pinllran and |Notice| to hv 860 ft. N S In NH C'or Meet 13,I (BAPTlaT'rrNE -, 1
JOO QOBonds and 330 $25 Bonds. Appear. s'rA7'ieF nOIIII" tot Twp II H. Mange it E. Name I In whichaitneNtied. I .
CLOSE The contest has the support of Mr. and Mrs Dan Lopor and 1I B r.aMjh't : .. resident unknown. All of GUST 1949))
I &
he National Safety Coulncll, the little Jerome visited relatives In address l Htat Husr.l I'.al
OUT QcII Cnter-Induatry Highway Safety Georgia last week.'

Committee and other safety. or-
Ian lations. a Yen It's true! You ran buy a Be Sure To See The '

Ned H. brand new, Remington Two-Tone '
Dearborn president of
.he National Safety Council in" a Deluxe Portable Typewriter for' Farmers NEW FORD TRUCKS
: $12.95 GOLD letter to. L. D. Cruso Vlce-Presl-IJe'lt only $60 (tax included). Regular ,
price $84.27: you nave $2'.- .
General\ Manager of the 27. We lire\ overstocked must Before You Buy IEnjoy
Ford Division said: "Certainly
reduce our Inventory., Bradford -
Ivery"motorist should check and
County Telegraph
ONLY 5 PIA'S TAX louble .check the mechanical condition .,... .
I : of his car for safety's In Circuit <'.>..rt, Bradford ('o..t*-. "
rake, .and you at Ford are making KlorltlNl I* 4 Nnneerr*
I ...
Doris J Koiuk. Plaintiff v. "'af-
: such a check easily available ter A, Koiak, Defendant. Caae. No
for all drivers throughout the 7491.
Order of Piiblli-lltlon and N4lre'en''
II country. I am sure that this Appear HTATM Of fl.OHIU to.
i JUST RECEIVED A Complete Line ; tree check-up and safety conteKt Welter A. Kuank, whose reHlclenoala '
I :.1 18th Avenue, Newark N. J.t
/ with its attractive prizes You .lire required la appear. on
WESTCLOCKS will make Americans' more safety October. 3, I941i'tn* the above namedCourt .
I II And .au..e. wherein. plaintiff
I conscious It will save lives." seeks divorce Bradford .'unnt

I BIG BEN BABY, BEN. ETC. i L O. Grata In order to' participate In the In Telegraph next;; four(hall weekly\ .p'jiiiatlprw; ; ;le.uee.; ;

contest, Mr. Andrews pointedout Wltnena my hand and official. seal
Dr. L. O. Gratz governor of motorists must bring their at Ktarke Florida, ttiU. August

JUST RECEIVED ..- 100 BAMBOO III the 212nd district of Rotary International car, or truck of any make, to 2e([OFFICIAL, 194ft. JtKAI. A. J.. Thomas'. ,

will make his official the dealership for a safety checkat An Clerk of said Court.

FISHING POLES at. 25c Each I ( visit to the Starke Rotary absolutely no cost or obligation Atty. for .I'ir. 9-2: H 9.23 NA.

Club at the regular luncheon to the motorist. 'lit ,Circuit .Court. nrndfartl; "('.....t,..
meeting of the organlatlon on KlorldNl In 4 ..........,..
Free checks 11be\ made on William H. Wrrrkuu,
Plaintiff YD.
Now On SALE! Wednesday Sept. 7 the ''brakes steering headlights Nellie LeKco Wernau, defendant.

.' He will be the principal speaker rear and stop lights tires, windshield Cane No. 7600. w
Order of Pwb lr loB and Nntlr tnAppear.
t on the club program and wtil wipers muffler* glass, lOT.%'""'! UP FLOrlUI tot
President CJ. S. Nellie Leitco Wernatl., wnnne residence .
also confer with horn and rear view mirror -
: officers' address li. 4411 W. Main
75c Bayer Aspirin - 59c I Newcomb and other The Andrews Motor Co.. will St. PulchoBue! :, Long Inland.! N.! Y.I
the Club at a special assembly i'on' are required to 'appeal. on "Living Room Comfort" while hauling produce
place an. attractive safe 'driver irtoher .. 194, In the above named'ourt your .
while here. As governor of the reflector Insignia on the car or ( and. cause wherein. plaintiff

242nd district. Dr. Cratx will truck inspected and motorists I I Telegraph seeks divorce shall ptibllMli Hratlfortt thin County to market and performing other farm duties. Advanced cab

,43c & 27c Palmolive Shave I visit all Rotary clubs In northern will be given an entry blank to In next four weekly |HMU.... Order
Florida during the next few Witness my hand and official. seal I the easiest ride
months. He Is one of 186 district participate in the contest. at Hntrke,' Florida thin Amtunt design provides you've ever had in a truck-
S The motorist must then 31. 1944.
CREAM -- Both for 49c governors activities who of nearly are supervising 7J)00 In no more than '5p additional -; (OFFICIAL AM.SKAT!Cleric) nf A.I.aid. 'Thomas(,'..urt., plus ,adequate space; vision! ; and ventilation.

words the following By Haven Crosby II. c.
Rotary clubs with a membership I .
John J. Hend
statement Jtlchard-
of business and professional : Jacksonville/
330,000 son Roil,11ng Florida.
79c leaders In 81 countries.Dr. "All cars and trucks should beafetychecked Atty for F'if.# 9-3 4t U-Z3: PRICES FROM ,$1486.55
$1 Prejl Shampoor
Gratz 1 Is assistant director periodically because In Clrenlt <'...;;. Bradford County
." FlorldnIn
CHancrrr _
I of research of the University of
Robert "
Florida Agricultural Experiment A jury of prominent persons tiff. v.. CornelitiK Dorothy Mae Balllnir'r.Balllnirer Plain, Lie- Other improvements too numerous to mention are available in. the

$1 l Drene Shampoo 79c Stations. He Is a member of the In national safety circles will fendant.. Cane No. 741)9order '
- i Gainesville Rotary Club and has judge the winners. Only one entry Appear of NTITH PnbllraMoai Of PI.OHIUA and ftotlrv toi to new FORD! TRUCKS. Come in at your earliest convenience: and
1 I Florida Rotarian per car or truck be en- Dorothy Mae Malllnger, whose reel.
been outstanding may
an uence, la unknown let us describe! them to you in detail.
KAYVE for 22 years, having held You are required ti> .appear on
2 25c tubes SHAMPOO 33c i it membership In Rotary clubs of Other details of the contestare Court October and 3. 194I cause>, In wherein the above plaintiff named, '

I II Hastings and Quincy prior to his available at the Andrews Meeka divorce Bradford, County
t affiliation with the Gainesville Motor Co. | Telegraph In next four shall weekly piihlinh luiiuea.. this Order 4 Andrews Motor Co.FORD

organization. In addition to tak- Witness my hand and official neal .
$3 TONI Special In the activities at ?'.arkeFlorida, this. August

I - 2.29j ing a leading part 31. 1949. .
of the Rotary clubs In whichhe LETTERS (OFFICIAL, HEAL) A. J. Thomaa, SALES &: SERVICEPhone
has held membership, he has I An Clerk of said Court.
toths E-y Haven Crosby. D. .
1 FREE DELIVERY PHONE 53 attended and participated In John J. Menderaon\ B."c. nlr "rol- 118 Starke, Fla.
eon BuildingJackBonvllfe.
many district assemblies and Florida
Atty for Pit. 9-2 4t 9.21In ,
seven conventions of Rotary International -

Circuit ('..nrt. llradford ('oa..t.,..
---- - ------ v ,
-- Starke. Kla. florid i In fhanerr I
In view of present troublesome C'harloa H. Johnston, Plaintiff' va.
world condition! Dr; Gratz Is August 25, 101Dear Mary Lee Cuts Jar Johnston., de.
) Mr. Matthews: x fendant.. iCaae. No. 741H ]Free Frozen d Demonstration Fri. 7:30 P. M.J1
emphasizing Rotarians and united others to efforts promote of I just read ,In your paper the Order of. HTtTrl Publication. OK KMMIIII and Entire tot intpprar. ,_SeplZ : .

MtesssVfestinghouse list of qualified voters of the Mary Lee Ctitnjnr Johnston, whrmerenldence .
fl / International u n d e r s landing 'As understandthat & address, IH unknown:
City of Starke.
amicable relations between the Yon are required to appear on
this Is to be a City Election, Hept 3O, 11)49 In the above named'
peoples of the world and Inter. Court and cause. wherein plaintiff ; Wonderful lNewu'Stowaway"
national peace and security. I don't: nee why It Is that they seeks dlvorre :Hnidford: County .
r have on this list a lot of names Telegraph Khali nuhllxh thin Order
In next four weekly iHNtioaWltnena
: of people that don't even live In my hum and offli-lal, seal M
\ G the county much less In the City nt Htarke, Florida.? this Aintunt .
5l n. iMt
NEW RIVERAND I would like very much to see all < of these names taken out of' the A. Clerk of until' Court "
\ \ fr Ranges1 1"v 7fa en .'.....hy. n. ,'.
LONG BRIDGE list of qualified voters of the William N Irfinir. Ualncmllli.\ Fin jq Stores 35 pounds
By l\lrfO. E. A. Sapp City of Starke as this la sup II Ally, for rif. 9-2 4t 921k; ,

posed to be a City Election not

James E. Haddock of Jacksonville a. County! or a State election \i of delicious
I who shows the Gospel films The people that I have reference

was again at. Long Bridge Mon- to live \In Clay and Union Counties Saturday Nile .

day night. A large crowd was I Frozen Food

there to see the picture called I would like very much to seen :

.. '.'Mother and Home." Electricitywent answer to this l letter In your UNCLE LLOYD > I
n off before the picture was next' issue of the Telegraph. And Hln -- right in your
.. finished and every one wan disappointed I -- A Subscriber and Citizen of I -

but we hope Mr. Had- Starke. Rainbow Ranch J

.'<, ....- dock can come back again soon. I, Gang
Mrs. Letty Hucklesby of Wild- I (Editor's Note: It seems that
,>f i'" wood Is visiting her slater Miss the question of who la and who Offer you a full eveningof I j International HarvestREFRIGERATOR*

I k i''. _-- Ida Merrltt. for a few day*.. Isn't a legal resident of a city Is entertainment. Including
t" _2 B. J. Sapp of Lakeland la visit a matter open to varied Inter-
I l "w ing his uncle E. A, Supp. this pretations under existing law ,
'41 week City Attorney G. I.. Patten advises at beautiful
\a r -- Mra. Marlon Sapp and daughters that ho will\ give his opinionto txA I
'. /? - ----- Clara and Judy, of Lake anyone requesting specific Information KINGSLEY BEACH
Room to : with kitchen
Butler attended Church at Long concerning any nameon spaTe spare room HI your .
)'ou CA" Bridge. Sunday and were dinner the present qualified Hat.: The $1 Per Couple ,

T; \ .. SURE guests of Mr.. and Mrs. A. P. list was approved by the City. y' Melt-planning worries are over foods you don't refrigerate--.nd tha
1 1 "''''''s Moore and Mrs. E. A. Sapp. Council at a recent meeting.) I II Af with lots of food tucked away in "Frigid wer" stores. 13Vi pounds

l1JghoUSC.E' Mr. and Mrs.. M. S. Hayes of z your big new Super DeLuxe IK of meat and poultry.Plus 16-square

Gainesville were visiting with Refrigerator. The roomy "StoWfeet pf shelf area for _pi...
:.il. beautiful ranges-- '. friends and relatives of this section away" freezer locker compartment But this amazing storage csp.C'iry

with easier cooking:, Tuesday afternoon. TO ALL THE VOTERSIN 1M holds more than 33 pounds of is only out of tin m.ity good
William Granger left lat week frozen foods-- wo roomy Crisper reasons why the IH Refrigerator
.surer results than you'vaenjoyed $189.95 for a visit with his son who live) store more than three pecks of deis the best refrigerator investment

war before! In Wilmington N. C. liciously crisp and fresh vegetables you can make. Come in today and

TO $374.95 Mr. and Mra. Bill Banks left THE CITY ELECTION and fruits-the specious P.otryJee. us tell you about the other

here Saturday. for Cornelia. .Ga., Bin bolds more than IVi bushels of convenient features listed below

where> Mr. Banks has accepted a

SUIUtL"IU \ structlon position with company.an ,electrical con -- I am offering my service to the people 6 New Features You're Sure to. Wantm

/ fU1ElSAfi1ld ,,w' COOKING, Mr. and Mr*. Norman Rlchen- INTERNATIONAL HARVESTEI
of Starke
"t" jJ uAt11c. as your Chief of Police. I will 7
i, scew rr' dollar have moved Into their new I I

..,. 0'(," ITI ..- home across the highway from pledge myself with oath : if elected as I FREEZERS

.... MlUtr'' .... /eM...IIM ON91elati aASljAfllT1EP Merrill's Rlchendollar Filling has a Station.large flock Mr.of your peace officer to be on the job \ 21 340'9 I .
VL.eI f. uteI\llL\a\\ pullets that are laying now and SOBER at all limes and show no parti C1D' ',
: Fwo : ic' hit a has nice fresh eggs for sale. .

room Mr. and Mra A. P. Moore and ality in line of duty through fear of Nsw Itdutfe "Tlshl.WW Unit A Nw"letyee"
my ",....... "
Mrs. IherrM Whit l-rr. Warranty
1': A. Sapp visited Mr. and I ... --1 I".... /....... ,- __,..,....'.."- 1!A.vhkea. -1. 11..Ic.4ed -.... I
Mrs. Preston Durdin at Lake po: tlcs. I am running on my own, and t..... stew _t _. .. .... IndY.er. .". -.' _e I..... 3IIS 1,
..Nc.M ..y reed. .....
SEE Bedford Saturday afternoon. I. w.. .... Seedy. _4 ,. h 14

Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazenby who la am not backed by any political ,cliqueor ;
I COOKING teaching at Sanderson spent the xsyx; Save rime/ Save Food i
aJ VI A O""O\; THIS STARUINO, NIW, .weekend with her folks, and her any other rumor'you may hear.. p I1. P

1 J1 SSI. 1L SIMPLIFIID HANOI ITT sons Joe and Jon. returned.to ou'' ; "n SaveMoneySaveWorlc

\\ 1 Sanderson with her Sunday B* prepared with dtlldou {rojwn

t eICndpintgyp': \ \\festiiighouseDR1GGERS' where they will attend school. Vote For EARL F. MILES food right at your fingertip where) .

\' gwltcntrolt\ Floyd Wiggins made a business r rI O.-.w.lrn.d. '
trip to Gainesville .
even Monday. j I lNei. C--, tie-.1 ahlds ........ ......... jaomcnt' nodes. i 1 J
f. I ... ._ w.e.M tow Ir..b./s.ba M ,..eal.Mlwr.
SAVE: ft I on New Remington For Your Chief 00- .art'. e..dlb.'. c. e1..s flNn. e..l
Portable Of Police I _i*e..Melpity. 7.5 ,.. .. is.. ,..1*> .*.dYn..
Typewriter. For limited -
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FURNITURE CO. time wf are selling the new
Farm Home &
Two-Tone Deluxe Model (regular Auto SupplyGUY
(Pd. PoL .'''v.) ,
STARKE FLORIDA price $84.27)) for only '80 (!.\ .
Inrludled). Terms If dralred. ANDREWS STARKE. FLA.

Bradford County Telegraph.JL .




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