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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 23, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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I BRADFORD HOME OP COUNTY THE ** DON'T: MISSAPPRECIATION1

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I TillS SIDE OF HEAVEN Official County Publication Established In 1879 COURTHOUSE: 4 P. M.M'MHEK .

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Street Assessment!(r Starke Telephone Company Expands Service I City Seeks Bids 1 I "

;j. By Laying Underground Cable To State Farm Football Parade Tornadoes Open Season


Installation of a 2-clrcuit underground to cover all of Bradford County. Come out t h I III afternoon
Set At 25 PercentBy On Feet
cAble from Starke t"' Mr. Bishop further reported. The 2,000 (ITIday) and<1 Hen I the first big

the South gate of the State Prison recent storm he .explained emphasized KIIS: football imrmle featuring Against Williston

Farm has just been compleL- the advantage of the thi new |>ruKrvw>ie linmlami TonightTornado's

City CouncilProperty ed by the Starke Telephone Com underground wire system when I Of SidewalkThe {
I pany. little damage was done as com' ml art.* from tIltS: at 3:10: |>..ni.n'.urchlnic .
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Completion of the job m..anll'' pared with pole wire systems in City Council Is now accepting dunn Walnut .'.t., Captain And
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Co-Captain BHS
owners along the ami then ... Ready
other'
por-i\ better quicker telephone service i sections of the state. At bids for construction of on through ton InI

tloiia" of Eighth Street, Lake I J from the Farm to Starke. and the present time, 95 per cent of 2,000 feet of concrete sidewalk, I the renter of the biiHlnesi.* tills-l

Street and Washington Avenue I I I''to the rest of the state a facility Sturke wires are undei'ground. according to a legal notice authorized ll'let there Hill he a brief concert

now being paved will "get by t'!I| which would be of utmost Importance and It is contemplated that all for publication In this anti pep rall>'. t For Tough

light" when the City of Starke' In the event of an emergency will be underground In the near week's Telegraph. The walks The public Is cordially urged b
sends, them the assessment bill. future, he concluded.! to to come out, nee, hoar, unil
Mr. H. A. Binhop manager are be four Inches thick, of !
The City Council. according to | says. The State Farm authorities class "A" concrete, finished. and Join In thin MK Hrnd-off to the 1949 ScheduleA

City Clerk Carl Johns, has de- This latest wired the approximately two I' In four and five foot widths, de-1, fdotlmll | eu in nhlch begin
creed. that the assessment willie | improvement which mile stretch between their switchboard .('I pending upon location. '' the H4>a
only 25 percent of the cost i| was done at considerable cost, in the prison and the terminus -i City Clerk Carl Johns stated night at H o'clock. ready-and-wllllng Tornado football team but will untested

of the straightway paving -- is just another step In the plan of the Company's cable. I that the City Council hasn't of- j ( sail Into unchuitered,
assessment will be charged propj j j seas tonlll'htFrldllyl
; tidally designated the locations I' ,
Douglas P. Hardy ( as. Bradford High meet
ferty owners for coat of Intersections
adjacent to their land. Corner StoneCeremony Miss Ross, Miss Green!t where sidewalks will be laid. He | Reelected 39G Williston there at 8 p.m.
added he understood [
unotficially. MayorOf So far us local knowledgegoes
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Prior to setting the assessment Sunday Attend Gainesville I that the sidewalks would be Phc-I Hampton Sept. 13j 1 Williston Is an unknown

the Council instructed the At Penney FarmsA Training MeetingsMiss ed along the south side of Call quantity If Starke has everplayed
Clerk to a numbi-r of
survey Street between Eastern Auto
I Nearly 100 Hamptonltes trl'kk.,11| the Levy County lads before
other towns and cities on assess- number of Starke and Bradford Dorothy floss, Home Dt'm.1 (Temple Ave.t) and Darby's Store ita the polls there September 13 i ito it Is beyond the memory of

mrnt percentages. Results showed County citizens will probably onstration Agent and Miss (Bay St.) ; along the east side of reeled Douglas P. Hardy Mayor the present coaching\ staff. Little .

that most Florida municipalities -.' attend the ceremony In Penney Green local leader for ole..t"l South Water St., near Mrs. R. S. of the town. AI..oV. H Maxwell ,.' Information has leaked out to

assess 33 1-3 to SO percent Farms Sunday morning at 10 o' Clubs, attended a two-day; Fernandez' property; and In the was reflected. Clerk I Dun W, 1. date on Williston and BAs COBC.I;

,, for street improvements. I. clock when the corner stone of a of regional leadership training I I' City Park. A.iy: sidewalk con'structlon Johnson was elected Marshal and ';.t-:. :":. I'.. '" ; Jimmy Hobbs admits h doesn't
4-".
In a legal advertisement this million dollar apartment building meetings for Home Demonstration Is subject to the acceptance J. W. Home G. t..;. Matchett and _." ."..'. .. .\.."''f' '0'.(" ''. even know what formation they
week. the Council serves notice'' for retired Christian workers la I officers, and 4-H leaders In of satisfactory bids by H. H. Parker were picked to fill ,. .<,,, q\\." '<', ,-." -., play from or anything -else that

to the property owners subject to Gainesville last week. the Council. as it reserves the tho three expiring posts on the ,. .. ,:,. .. ( would ho of help to him in mapping .
laid.Dr. .I
assessment that it will hear their I right. according to the advertisement i! :
I Daniel A. Toling, editor of The program was directed by five-man Town Council. No candidate '.! tonight's strategy. 4.
objections. if any at a special the Christian Herald. will preside district home demonstration to "reject any or all bids". (! was oppo.."... .- -- -..( ; When tho Tornadoes tret out

meeting In the City Hall Tuesday at the ceremony and deliver an agents. Miss Ethyl Holloway and The two holdovers on the Council on the field tonight to make their

night at seven o'clock. address according to Frank O. Mrs.O Y. Barrus, and the 'Cycle Mishap Kills I are W. H. Griffin and Dan W Initial bow Inaugurating! the 1049

The Glen O. Searing Co., of Clark, superintendent of Memorial state 4-H specialist for girls, Miss Thos. E. Johnson. However, Johnson resigned -, Jack \ViiliiH rigid, Tuckli Olenn Conner, Half Hack season they will give promise of
Jacksonville was awarded. the Homes Community. Lorene Stevens. CampbellIn to run for Marshal, and II | a more speedy. backfield.. i( than

contract for the paving when it I i The new building will contain Miss Holloway gave the group a Keystone Saturday i I the Council will fill his vacancy I that of 1014 I but their passingattack ,

entered the low bid of 16330.73 120 units which are to be used background of the agricultural extension i by appointment In the next meeting Agent ExplainsWeed Helpful DataAvailable l.t not expected tr click

Yesterday the construction of only by single or widowed Individuals service. Thomas E. Campbell 31. a October 3. at which time the EliminationIn with last year's precision becausa
gutters and curbs was almost Clark said. The structure I World War II Air Force Major, newly elected officials will be At CofC the loss" of five ends last graduation -

complete and work on gradingand has already been under construction The 4-H Clubs train the head' was Instantly killed in Keystone I sworn Into office. O. J. Pierce Tobacco BedsIf For Local Businesses left efficient pass r4<'elverk

surfacing is expected to begin for over two months by the heart hands and health for great Heights, his home, (last Saturday present Marshal I. did. not seek re- in the "help wanted" column.

\ at once. Jacksonville flcm of Hillyer and er usefulness and service. The. night/ In a motorcycle mishap. j I election, tobacco beds are timely and Merchants and retailers l.t I Defensively the end. are expected

The paving consists of 7,007 Lovan. program promotes interest In agriculture Witnesses state that Campbell I properly treated 80 to (DO dnys Starke can now obtain the many to be about on par with I
and home and
square yards with about 4,200 The first half of the building Is builds making of riding his motorcycle, was turning|! Construction Leads before seeding the major portion helpful bulletins and publications last Benson. The graduation of
feet of concrete cutb and gutter, expected to be completed in Feb an appreciation country off Laurence Blvd., to go east on |; of the weed growth will be elim James Phillips lost season's pun
and the ;necessary grading. ruary. It is of steel frame brick life. East Lake Shore Drive In Key- Causes of County'sIndustrial of the U. S. Department ot: ter par excellence hall left the

Streets being hardsurfaced are and concrete block construction Discussions of ,the meeting covered stone about 6:10: p.m., Saturday I inated. County Agent T, 1 K. Mc- Commerce through the Starke squad definitely deficient In that

three blocks of W. Washingtonalong and will be fireproof, 'lark said. the qualities; of leadershipand : when the machine's throttle apparently -I, Accidents Clane stud today.. Chamber of Commerce, Mr.. division The comfort of Coach

the north side of BHS It will be located near the Penney how to conduit good club I stuck causing him to Accidents In construction activities Bradford County farmers usually Murtun Howe executive secretaryof J I Hobbs at this pre-soason. point Is

from Temple to Grand; andEighth Farms poatoffice. meetings stressing the opportunities lose control and strike a pine tree I i accounted for 137 of Bradford plant tobacco seed beds around -/i the local chainbnr, announced his two rough and tough tackle.

along the south side of Penney Farms was founded seven and responsibilities of 4-H finally coming to a stop at the. Industrial Christmas I u pair of Jacks Eaves and
County's106 accidents time which Tuesday.William
the school from Temple to Grand. .miles west of Green Cove officers and leaders. Corner of the city hall. I I I Walnwrlght.
during 1918. These figures means that the beds should
bl
Also Included Is a pickup area j Springs about 22 years ago for The !group was also oilented In He was a native of Franklin 1, treated A. Dunlap, Jacksonville << With only seven lettermen
are based on the cases reported -i around the first of October
55x180 ft. near the school for the use of retired Christian work- the general organization and pro Va., and. had resided In Keystone for district manager for the Department back In the groove this year

loading and unloading children I| era mostly ministers Clark added. gram of home demonstration Heights for the past six years. lieoperated to Division the Workmen's of the FlorldllIndustrial Compensation Clans added the best results Mr. 1\1"\ of Commerce was in Coach Hobbs has had his hands I
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'who ride busses and cars. | Ninety-six families are now residing work. I Campbell's Garage there.He 'I i Starke Tuesday conferring wltn full whipping a green team Into
at the Institution. I wee a fighter and bomber pilot Commission One pound of either Uramon Mrs. How and setting up machinery I shape In little more than.a

Government Seeks The Memorial Home Community, Buyers Lined Up I In World War II. and new :88 i iI t Records to June of 1619 revealed or Cyanamid or one pound of to make services and material month. On his probable start- If, .
that these accidents were Hramon and one-half pound of to assist this area In Inducing Ing .
mission lineup tonight four
of which Clark Is Major Campbell was ptssi.Lions
:"" :" A&P. Split-Up la a foundation IIuperlntendent'j For Winter Cabbage I commanding officer of the ,Kay- st a direct cost of $2 .1\t: ( 09)! to I Cyanamld per laure yard of bed new Industry. to locate both ends and both

ed to caring for stone Airbase at one tine and I' Bradford County employers and Is broadcast uniformly on th. here .. I guards will b. filled by men
Do the American If winter cabbage Is produced. Insurance carriers In medical exact bed -'
The
people want and area. bed stutuldbe
Businessmen who have
In .
| workers. I| was the holder of the Air Med.il may obtain copiesof never played an A."qulI.1
A&P put out of business? in an appreciable volume here In hospitalization expenses and! in I' selected near a water supply' Commerce The loss
Clark who has been associatedwith I with one Oak Leaf Cluster. I II I Department publications game. of James
This blunt question was askedin Bradford County In the coming<( the amount of compensation paid HO that the bed can be drenched '
.
Penney Farms in the past, Funeral services! were held at and bulletins dimlftned to Norman (Guard) through a training
a statement published by the has occupied his present position I season there will bu H numberof I the grave In Keystone CtuiieteryMonday !lout'' up to that time. I i with water In case of dry weather. aid their respective occupations Injury has also been u setback

Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co.. since September 1918. buyers at the platform of the afternoon at 4 o'clock j Commission Chairman Raymond -i Many growers in Bradford, ''I from the local, Chamber of Com- since ho undoubtedly. would

In the Telegraph mid 2,000) other I Bradford County Market who I with tile Rl'v.V.. O Alilrlch. pits- K. Barnes pointed out that I County have been Using this !, meice of flew, have rated the starting lineup.

newspapers this week. It was In will handle any amount grown tor of the 1 Keystone: Community 1 the Indirect cost of Industrial j I method. for several yours' with Working steadily with new

answer to the anti-trust mnt filed 15 Minute Parking according to Ralph AI'orez.lor.! i Church, officiating. Arrangements accidents in loss of service, train- .|excellent, results. Growers wish- i Rotarians ,material I. Couch Hobbs hat tiled

In Federal Court In New York Near Postoffice ket Manager. I were made by DeVV'itt C. Jones. Ing of new workers, ..tc. Id at ('lng further Information on weed Hear to whip u degree of smoothness

last week, calling for dissolution Recommended vuileties a r u Surviving are hU widow, Mrs. least four times the direct cost control In tobacco 1'1 1 a II t I ta'tIshould ,* Hercules Powder Co. Into tile tertninaU. with Billy

of the Company "13 Minute Parking 8 n.m. to Glory of Enkhulzen and Copen Elizabeth Bobbin Campbell; three None of the 400( Industrial accidents j funltct. the Connt.v Personnel Director Dansby, Sammy David Leslie I'hll-
Pointing out that the attack. 6 rn" signs were placed on the hagen. Heads should weight a' Agent's office, .
p !; I daughters Dnrleno, 5, Carol 2, resulted In fatalities, of lips, VV'lluy Coley Delano) Thornu.t.
If successful, would mean higher Walnut Street curb In front of bout 2-1 Ibs. Under certain circumstances and Virginia 1; four sisters !\\f1'a.1 which there were 11(1( In the entire Have' I Hill, Personnel Directorof Vermin Reddish. Ossie Mcflee.

food prices, A&P said "this the postofflce this week I by this buyers may bag at j,i Lyle Smith, Mrs. Ashly Blythe anil I Ifrs. state last year. I Congressman Bennett I Hercules Powder Company's William Infirum, and .Fay Durban -

poses a basic question lor the City Street Department.City your field. I I II :\ Chas. Scarborough, all of "About 80 per cent of the total i Brunswick la., urea' which In. Dunnby anil. David are top

American people: do they wont Clerk Carl Johns stated It is suggested by Alvarez that ''Franklin Vu.. and! Mrs. James I' cases resulting from Industrial Spoke Here Saturday eludes thin "section was special contenders for ends

to continue to enjoy lower price this action was in ,accordancewith farmers stagger;( production, so Davis. of Kansas; and by two accidents! In Bradford' County II I ,, guest speaker at the Starke Rotary Numerically the Tornadoes are
Charles'
and better living, or do they w'tnt a decision of the City Council I that they will get the average 'j,I brothers. Fred Campbell of Rich-1 j were cases 'Vhtch required! me.illcnl -i I Isonvllli', : Bennett of Jurk- Club luncheon Wednesday. set at guards but here again lack

to break up A &P and have when parking meters were installed pl'lewhil'h will be the mal ket mond., Va., and James Campbell treatment only and Involved representative In Con. at njtuui.l'orty.st.v.n. of experience hurts. Theodora

lower living standards?'' last May designed to keep I price determined by the cabbage of Franklin, Va. ,; little or no loss of time from t I.Kress (nun the Second f'ongres- riranmm and Ralph/ Herron are

A&P said that while the Interests (, traffic moving In this busy area. producing areas of Hastings' /; anti I work" Barnes observed. "There ;[ slorial Bradford I District which Includes' Mr.\ Hill's Rotarians heard tho. top choices for the potts

of the owners of the company No meters weie installed on the Pulatka. It IK further suggestedthat were 322 of these cases." i Cminty, matin an In- Interesting tttscusslonon while other contenders are Kdw .
were of little importance half-block in front of the post- farmers acquaint either At- Pfc Rex Brookins i I I formal "report" to local citizenry "F.mpJlly"r.r'' mployetl Rela n nl Pinker Leslie Sapp, Ronald
millions I : Employers i leportlng Industrial |I here Sit tu'diiy. tionships." I He h ably discussed.
of
consumers hundred office pending erection of the in varez or T. K. McClane the cab- I Discharged Sept. 15 I II Andrews .lainxs' (I. Davis' Wallace
j accidents to the Commission's j eight chief
of I employee desires
thousands of farmers thous- minute parking,. signs, which arrived huge acreage planted so that arrangements Standing on the sltlmvalk In Whlttlng William Fowler
ands of manufacturers and bust- j'I this week after being on can. be made to.!I The Leaders' Course of Fort I Workmen's Compensation DlvlI !I I front of Bradford. Hardware Co., which must. bn met, by employers Sherman CroHliy and Robert

neasmen and 110,000 employes I i j order for several months.. handle the ciop. I|'Jackson, South Carolina lost a.i; I sion totaled 100 from. Bradford his voice clearly audible a good. before Ii perfect" labor relationship I llaag

would be hurt if A & P were Also the "Loading Zone" sign excellent member of the. comI I County. Uf the I OH cast's reported i distance. over the sound. system can exlHt. Including. the employee's The squad's (two) big aggressive

destroyed."We In front of Setter's on Call Street Mr. Alvarez look also stated that i I I mund In Pfc Rex I R.;: UrooklntI by these employers, SIWere I mounted. on his automobile, the diisire for security, ,monetary tackles, Jnck l' aveH. 171 I and

foci that It Is our responsibility was changed to "No Parking Sam erate prospects price for good for lie a mod- I I I who was discharged. en Sept. 15. | serious enough to cause handsome purple heart veteran ,consideration anil perxonalconsideration. / ; Jack Walnwrlght/ IN lore expected
pecans says loss of 371 I weeks from work. .
to all of these people to ..to 6 p.m." and signs read- he has already had Inquiries from. I| Pfc Brookins has nerved In the I made (KI"II; his campaign' promise to. op'n |I'nty,.| of holes
defend by every legitimate means "Parking For Hotel Gue"t.Only" I Efforts to curb the high; Imlui-1 j I to coma buck nl, ,
Ing /\ several good buyers who Interested I Leaders' Course In the capaclt) ( II report to the as the Tornadoes" itpiii off the T
are -
this Company and the low price were placed in front of the in "budded". nuts. of Clerk Typist in the H-l: Sec- trial accident rate in the Stile. people upon his activities In Congress 49 Minors WorkIn In iclief.. roli's will bi> Churtei

policy on which it was built." Magnolia/ Hotel on Walnut Street lion for seven months. and has bythe Commission Include'' 10- Bradford C'ooley, it hefty 2'JS.: ; Hoyd Futch,
'I
the A&P statement concluded. and In front of the Davis Starke Ha also discussed. a program of done a superior job. Also, he hits Hour Safety Short Courses for For about an hour he explained! i County Hilly Itooth. and Hilly Weldon.

and Half Moon Hotels (11Call year 'round farming which shouldbe been called. upon many time, to I foremen and key personnel Ar- why he WOK not In favor of the Bradford: / County showed.. an Increase Veteran Kenneth Johns, 160. isIs
In Bradford I'
developed :
Marriage Licenses Street. County. perform duties such us acting i rangenients;( for these courses can II III 'I "Civil Rights" legislation u. of 2.'l:& work permits foi sure starter lit center with
Benefits
Clerk Johns added that the of such an action would. Battalion Sergeant. MAjor. which I I be made by writing to the DeI presented t" Congress why he minors under IX for July' Augustand substitution coming; from Ovl.lDennett.
Issued of
By Judge City expects to extend the 15- be course of be higher Income, and 'I have been well beyond the requirements -I partment of Industrial SdetY'1 i voted against/ the Ta ri-I hartley I part of September, bringing Kdwln: I'rcvutt Hobby
minute parking zone to the half great assistance to smallgrowera. : Florida I Industrial I Act \WiiHdin Gene !
:Marriage;( Licenses! Issued of a Private first lUll I explained his stand. on I the county total with permits toj Shaw and Jimmy
were According to Mr. Alvarez
/: J
block on Jefferson Street borderIng I''Class. He has Tallahassee other Kit<'h.
carried all proposed or '
nut dlspoHrd j approximately 'Iff, according. to
by
County Judge E. K.
It soil
is I
Ferryman planted to
to the north side of the post- crops i''assignments In an excellent manner latlon 'JIII'I I the latest report of I the Florida I BUS ,an throw a veteran backfield
: it It adapted to. 10 month,, I
office. crops This I.. an Indication of his : BHS Students In Industrial at tbc opposition and! the
Urged Commission
Lewis Herbert Green of Hal-! of the year aie possible.. He \ response to his Invitation j JI l'lrui: ploy'' .
ford and Violet Rone White of listed cabbage strawberries anility to handle Important John To Join Band 1 a number of persons uskeil,' <|uei I I ers who do.. not have certificates Tn, "a II... but. kit are capable ofwrithing

Raiford on September. II. I IKnock I Building PermitsThe string beans sweet corn sweet i and has shown firmness and d>-- I i 1 tlons and dmciisseil' various local I for minors employed, by them. plenty ..C havoc Quarterback -
Nordlander sire that will advance him In any 1 and national' issues with should have th., youth obtain .lark. "",..11. 172 Left
of New potatoes butter beans and van- Beginners/ or students with Representative -
York and Elsie Falkenateln oft following building permitswere ous greens as suited for a / undertaking he may choose His musical training, uin still welcome I i llfPnctt! these certificates, thorn! the office I Halfback. I lIen Conner, 111 I:

Miami on September 7. recently Issued by the City 'round farming program. year j character. Is excellent and moralS. to Join the Bradford High ,I ISchool of the County Hoard' of Public Right Half Curl Carter 134; and!]
or Starke: I above reproach which stems from, I New Instruction. To get the permits, (Fullback, Carl Johns Jill>. will
Ralph Benjamin Demorest of I Junior Band. BHS Bund [ Howe Home
Store, concrete structure. by an excellent background. the.. curry the loud. All four are
Starke and Beatrice Lois Riley I i master Curl, Roberts said. this 1 young person' must ClinIC
of Starke on September 11. : L. L. Simpson 3000. School Personnel Pie Brookins enlisted in the 1 week. I Concrete foundations ware proof of his age, have parental battle-tested. anti' have speed' to j

James Rueben Bullard of Plant I Filling Station formerly the Get Chest X-rays Army on Sept. 10 1918. He re- I "Thirty-five poured this week to Initiate aohsstory approval and promise of employ' burn.The
t new beginnershave ;
Lacy Conway Station on Temple I ment. biggest! threats are Hazen
ceived his basic
and training In Company j brick
City Virginia Juanita Weth- Roberts I' residence for Mrs
joined recently Mr. -
Avenue by the American Auto Free chest E. 2nd I and John, the former dangerous
to discover Marian
rilngton of Plant City on September x-rays. Infantry at Fort Howe on Cypress Street.
I explained "but we have
7. Co.. 13000. unreported I cases of tuberculosis, I Jackson and upon completion attended plenty of for A student off We tmcre/and., / near the Guy Miss Minnie Bessent because of his sweeping and
room more
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Reeves of passing ability and the latter
were made 13 the Leaders' Course 1
Olin G. September by the Andrews
Fogle of Hollywood as a I become 'I home. The city-Issued:
i desiring to
Fla.,. and Beverly Josephine Bor- Alachua Co., to L. Ethel Reaves State Board of Health on 312: student In class No. 75. Since his man need not know a a ban"-I I building permit stated. tha structure Wins Prize Wednesday and due to his line-smacking power

den of Hollywood Fla., on Sep of Bradford Co.. 40 ft. wide Band BUS students over the age of 13. graduation In February 1949 he of music clas Is to cost $8,000. Lonnl'i break-away thrusts
tember 11.Jewett W. by 45J f) ft.. running N. Chest x-rays were also made of ha. been a cadre member of the as we have. : Daniels/ of Greenville Ala is. Holding a 20( percent ticket Quarterback reserves come
and S. W.10 every stage of musical I dovrlnp-I and being the first name called. from Donald Richard
ft. the Bennett
C. Fogg of Starke and by except the school's teachers, cafeteria school. Though he likes the |' contractor Mrs. Howe
Delores Fitch of Starke on Sep N 50 ft. and lot No. 1, TheHaven workers, bus dilvers, and jani'Army he has not planned to 'student ment. Any member need of thn BUS> secretary. of the Stark executive Miss Minnie Besient a native of Crosby, Harolil<.l Davis and Bunt
body and
only come i r Starke
won a whopping $77 Crews.
Bedford Lake.
tember 15.Cows make It his career, and In. returnIng Chamber
i
of
tors.Dr. [ talk with me to be placed In the I I Commerce stated prize In the Stark ",,,rchants'Appre..lltUon Ready to relieve Conner
Building permits recently Issued A. Y. Covington Directorof to his home at Hampton I that with good< luck, she are
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band class. We anxl- ex-
by the City of Starke Included the Bradford Health where his family Rev. and Mrs. proper are Day drawing at the Clayton- Strickland Marvin War-
County pacts her
I ICOUnf'II < new domicile
to be
To Be Tested olla for a big turnout In our band ) courthouse
here
afternoon ren and McClellan
one for a brick residence I Department stated that all of Orville Brookins live. completed In six weeks.! Wednesday Bobby while
For Disease on Cypress Street. for Mrs. Mar- the because the more Int..r.pet I at four o'clock. i Carter Is understudied by James
Bangs
were for
The
x-rays negative Army Is losing a fine soldier shown In our band today the .
Ion Howe, estimated to cost 18- tuberculosis.The The jackpot next week will Prevatt, James Hamilton, Bobby
and the Leaders' Course .,ili 'better It will be tomorrow." R. G. Davis
Dr. .Hopkins veterinarian with,000. State Board of Health welcome him back as a memberof The big, 40-piece BUS Band Appointed contain $361 21 anil the drawingwill Crosby and Joe Frith. Johns'
the U. S. Department of Agriculture mobile unit be at the same place. same relief men are Charles Hutche-
r x-ray made tho the organization whenever he will lead the parade through Ronald O. Davis received his .
will test milk< cow in Editor studies and time. son Meed Lewis Marklee Raul
On Vacation was located on the desires to return to Army life. Starke this afternoon (Friday, appointment as Professional
( .
erson, and Maxle Reddish.Tonight's
Bradford County for Bangs disease lawn .
Armory adjacent to the
and will participate In the first Engineer from the Society of
during the week of October E. L. Matthews editor and school. Joan probable starting
.,_ Christian ChurchThe Tornado football game of the Plastics Engineers this week. !(lit CrawfordIn lineup .will be: Dansby and David
1014. Farmers who have cows publisher of the Bradford County
season tonight In Wllllston. has just returned from Dallas
to be tested should leave their Telegraph, left Monday for a Texas Film At Florida at end; Walnwrlght and Eaves
Lions Hear where he
Coach public Is cordially Invitedto conferred withL.
names at the County. Agent's office two weeks' vacation. tackles; Brannon and Herron.
.
as soon as possible. attend services at the First Last Baseball Game Barnett. chief executive of Screen veteran Joan Crawford Guards; 1 K.: Johns, center; Conneror
There is no charge for this BUS Coach James Hobbs wajruen Christian Church of Stark, located I the Society, and was mad chair- head a worthy cast In ""..mln/olo/ Strickland. left half; Carl Car.

service which Is offered only*) Locker Club Burns speaker during the Starke on the corner of Call anj The Starke Lions Baseball man of a committee relative to Road" playing Sunday and.I Monday ten, right half; Carl Johns, fullback

and ar.1( Lion. Club meeting Wednesday Christian Streets as follows: Team lost Its final game of the furthering pluitlcs engineering. at the Florida Theatre. ; and Hazen or Bennett
each farmer ,
once year. ; Phil VlUky's Locker Club located night In tbe USO In the southeast.
building. TheTornado' Sunday School 10 a.m. to Mandarin
urged to take advantage of this ; Sunday year here Sunday She U ably supported by Zath-, ,quarterback.
free testing. Bangs disease inhuman |* In "Boomtown" near Camp master gave the 22: morning worship 11 am ; Sun- I afternoon 7-O. Norman Wllroxstood I Anyone qualified and interestedIn ary Soott Sydney Oreenstreet and After the Williston game to->>

U known u Blanding. was completely destroyed members present. a close-up of day evening worship 7:30: o'clock; I on the victor's mound becoming a member of the David !Brian, In a story packed rl ,:It. the Tornadoes will return

ant fever beings and Is usually unduI'1 by fire of undetermined, the 1949 grldders,. and predicteda Prayer service Wednesday 7:3O: I while Ed Doss hurled for the i Society unoulil, contact Mr. Davis with suspense, murder, suicide, t i the home field for two of the

through drinking raw origin early Tuesday mornipg. good football season.. pm.p.m.. Children' Hour Friday 3:30: Lion through I' O Box 167. Starke crime and crooked polities'' I (Continued: on. page S 1U



FRIDAY, SKPTEMHEU:
PAGE : 23. I9i8|
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA
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Mrs. Fred Cole were hostesses at I were supper guests of Mrs Joe preclatlon to the voter 0| Starke
fine vote
Bradford County Telegraph in .Lake Butler Tuesday for the given me in the
the
Keystone HeightsBy McCrary home Thursd..yevening Forsyth City election. I will endeavor. ,
10
1L September 15 nt 7:15o'clock : evening. render you service that
ESTABLISHED 1879 E. L. MATTHEWS OwNCM-EDITOft for a delightful deaseit Mr. and )Mrs( Charley wen to win "j?.
Mr II. l. leave press you appreciation n. '
Morgan Jr. Gainesville, who tnl 1
bridge of
Publish. Every Friday and Entered .. Second and baby I want you to know that I vin

CUM Matter at the Pout Office at Starke, Fto. I I Angel food cake with a pint been visiting the M. L. Johns'family all times work with anyone obis II

\J CEHEMONV MARKS apple sauce and whipped cream returned home Sunday.As heeds'! the serivlces of tin '
-. ; NEW TELEPHONE SYSTEM! : were served to sixteen Invited It was back to school again icy
I I' Clerk.
MEMBERnlMcrlptten 1949 gy Jiura gurqessAfotrPOMCA.NEBR |
j.>nn., .
noon. Mayor Frank B. Scott Mrs. Minnie Granger left Tues
TWKLKTII FAMILY REUNIONFOR :
1.30 For SU Month
$2.00; Annually switch visit with her
threw the which officially day for a weeks' Slightly used KentlnKtun 1) .
herein I am shut in l..>hinHie < new hospital and I am the first started BAKERS Raulcrson. in ()
the operation of the new sister Mrs. Mamie hive Portable Typewriter| .
doors with pain jet takecourage ex-WAC to enter. ,I am glad, and Installed Bell The Annual Baker Family Re- then she planson tt
ly Telephone Sys- Jacksonville, and rare bargain at $.10.( 0..1| ,
T\KE THAT TRIPA for I have calm uwmranr proud now. I was in service tem. E. T. Martin, President of union was held et Keystone Joining her husband In Whites- Bradford County Hneu .

great number of us often voice the hope that "someday' when .. that I um III. nun.Sometimes during the war. Don Is gettingon the Chamber of Commerce, made Beach, Keystone Heights Sunday vllle, N. C., for an extended visit graph.In Tell'|
fine; eats one meal downtown. September 18, with seventy.toul"members
conditions are right, we will pack up the family and do something God shuts the door the first official phone call which of the family attending. with relatives. .
Sometimes our boy cooks a big was to the president of the I (Irrnlt Court nriulfurd. < ?."..,
which today Is entirely possible take a trip from one end of this and shuts us In, meal. We have had a 'lot of rain Chamber of Commerce of Gaines The late Mrs. Jante Scarbourgh's, OF TII.-\XK: Flurlilnl, In ( banrrrr.
CARD
country to the other. It la the voice of adventure which culls us, and That He may speak perchancethrough out here and very cool weather.At ville.DR. family, numbering: sixteen was thank i CHIticht, rdll"runkhHrcfritt,rMii.nirr I I... '''
grief or pain. this the largest branch of the family We wish to sincerely j hilt. I'line. No. TRJt).
the who heeds the call Is for the rest of his life richer by the moment I am at ease of our Order or Pitbllmclon mid >.,ll., ,_
person one
And softly, heart to heart 11- Sanford Baker from each and every
lilting on the edge of my bed IO.. CRATZ AT nOTARY present. many I .Appear State. vr Klrlln. ,..
experience.Go bove the din, In a private room. I have a Dr. L. O. Cratz Governor of Timmonsvllle, S. C., was the old- friends and relatives who Richard Flank flrffrilt. win. ,.i.Menu ..
and address l In
by any means possible although we prefer by automobile May tell some precious though/ radio head phone at my bed anda Dl.itret 212, Rotary International est person there, he being ninety. kind and thoughtful during and Tom *McMlllwn Ho"..... Naval=N. It' A'

to us again. telephone that rolls spoke to the Keystone Heights four years of age. Little black loss of our son brother I I'hurlefttoii. Mouth. Carolina, ,
and so despite the many obstacles which are always at hand. Head about on Abb Johns.. We especiallywish you arn required to appeal,
wheels. I talked to Don Sun Rotary Club at a dinner meeting Scarbourgh age five months was uncle October' I7th. 114(9!>, In ihi 0-
i ,
Orleans that ole debbil God sometimes shuts the rih.ii
New and door
West and stop off at Interesting thank his. immediate
the to named Court and caunn, .
youngest. ,
day Friday evening, September 16 at ,
night lying In bed.IIF.LPt'UL .
that while shut In plaintiff neck dlvol'c"I ltraTrnr!
His I:eighty Mississippi.: Then continue onward through vast Texas / who were so helpful.Mrs. "
HINTS I found It 7:00: p.m. at Keystone Inn. preceding A short business. meeting was neighbors County. Telegraph shall puliulkthl
with its varied sights Its mighty herds of cattle, network of oil We may commune with Him, buy spices in paper boxes you_ the meeting he held a conference held before lunch after which Annie L Johns Mother; Order In next 4 weekly l,.., ,

wells, gigantic wheat fields. Go into Arizona and New Mexico with Him above with President F. M. and Allen Johns Brother; I WltneNM' niv hand and offtiMaIi.uiat
And In the silent calm empty them in small glass jars swimming visiting were en- I'Itl1rke. Floe/da/ thin Heptutber,
assurance -
]T>'mt.r\ .win McGuire Niece. ( BBAL A..I'. Tlu,, ,.
W. "
.\\a* only a shade fiercer than cow hands celebrating once a month That He would have us for His see and keep their strength of the organization. The Baker family reunions Mrs. R. I As rii-ik of mild I rur,'
.V
Haven Crosby,
By Deputy ,
u frontier town. own. better. LATIN AMERICAN: STUDENT were started In 1938. Prior to JOHNS!" THNKSOTERS j jI John J. nderi.oii., .....".. RlrlmrdsnK n' 'rk.

fee Hoover Dam a thrilling achievement of man; Grand Have no idea just when I will DAY PLANNED BY'ROTARY that time a few members of the sincere ap.l, 1"11.1.Iack.o..vlll.\ ... Florida
wish to my for Plr,
express Alty 11-18 l.fALVAREZ' ..
Sometime In life, death, sick go home but am so weak. Think family had been getting 4t
together
Cast: } , ness and sorrow catch with I'll take a train to Sioux for
up City a number of years to honor
Travel across. the wide deserts climb mountains In your car until University of Florida will be entertained -
all of us. It Is part of life. Fora and have Don meet me. Remindsme D. F Baker of ,
Keystone Heights
you :ire 9.000 feet above sea level where you can see the San Francisco week now I have been In constant of this poem: by the Rotary Club at whose birthday anniversary Is I III STORE E \ iiisf.th8f4; I 1111 1111CONWAY'S )

Peaks covered the year 'round with snow and, Ice. pain. Somehow God seems tember Keystone 30.Beach Some on forty Friday studentsare Sep- I I September 18th. In 1938 it was I
What
shall
I bring when
Cross over Into California, over hills and through verdant valley nearer and gives me calm aneur- you I decided to make the event an
expected to be R. L. '
? present.
1 i until at last you are at the Pacific Ocean. Rent It you will ance, that lie is at my side. I come again Walker i'annual affair to be held on the

then for you have traveled thousands of miles across your own nat have been here ten days now. 1 Bring back to me the things making la Chairman of the Committee for- I I Sunday nearest the 18th of Sep-
you take away. arrangements SERVICE STATIONAMOCO
i and and you have begun to appreciate Its size and beauty have excellent care and every- The freshness of long-waited the outing. Assisting him are I, tember.
new thing known to science, skilled !
chance and learn that folksIn G. E. Wiggins S. E. and I D. F. Baker celebrated his 89th
Talk to people every you get you'll surgeons, registered nurses. I summer rain. McKay Gas & Oil Electric Welding
last All his
Texan. although they drawl as they speak, are no different from have confidence and The promise of the dawn when I F. M. Walrath Jr. i II birthday Sunday.
every they
|I brothers and sisters were here except Washing Greasing, Tires, Tube' &: Batteries Are
Folk everywhere. You'll get a first-hand picture of friendly people are all so kind. I am so gladI day Mrs. W. J. Whltesldes has as Those
one.
present were
llxl-g for the moat part In towns and cities about the size of Starke came now I shall be a new First turns the edge of morning her house guest her sister Mrs. i 1 i S. A. Baker of Tlmmonsvule, F I Sold on IH'DGKT: PLAN.
PHONE: 147 FOR SER'ICEJUDE
sky
wi.Ji the same Interests, ambitions, and plans that we all have. woman no more back aches. 1 Melvin O. Caldwell of Charlotte, I|I T. Baker of Vera Beach H. M

We'll not suggest a return route. You may go northward up so enjoy my foods brought to me Bring this tear.too your laugh to hush. N. C. |I Baker, of Island Grove Mrs. E.

the Went Coast to Washington and Oregon thence back East, or on a tray. I am on a diet, so Bring but yourself again and I Mrs. R. V. Spencer entertained i, R. Simmona of Gainesville and FI.Onm.GREYHOUND BUSSES

yen may come back by the Central Route. That of course depends should leave be here.nice and slender AvnenI Receive a gift that you are here. Iin honor of Mrs. Lowell Parker I Mrs Ludle Kinard of Lake City.L. SPEED 8.U'tTO IFORT ECONOMY

available and of Indianapolis, Ind., on Friday M. Baker of Palatka was unable -
time pocketbook.But
on your your
One day I received 41 cards. Somehow I have afternoon September 16 to attend. '
a feeling DonIs at 1 \
go if you can. Travel broadens our education. It Is one Today I have 31 another day 28. going to be glad that I am p.m. Mrs. Parker with her husband | LEARN TO FLY the easy it-ay. Pay as

1V ng; to read about how a vast desert la being turned Into a para- So want to thank all of you who I home. Digger will be happy to Is visiting the N. A, Par. I \you learn. Special charter trips and sightseeing -

<
A Izrina, with your own eyes. and Ing wife letters sent and me cards.a dozen My beau.son I So now I shall say goodbye and I Throe tables of bridge were NEW RIVERAND { trips by appointment. Phone 117.IfUTrH .

By no means are we suggesting that Florida la not enough In tlful red roses. I have had them surely by next Friday I shall be enjoyed during the afternoon ; LONG BRIDGEBy

1f elf, For those who have not yet travelled all over Florida we five days. This I home with honors going to Mrs. J. L Mrs. E. A. Sapp

any do that first. And to people up North, we would say, comeS carefully clipped morning each blossom very I can feel' many of you have Hill Mrs.. H. L.. Morgan, Jr., and I -

been praying for me to have Mrs. C. J. Bastedo. The hostesspresented II
,uth and see Florida. and let them fall tenderly In a Services will be held at Long nvEMwh/rtaPIWENNfS/ fr3dqYERYefRF.SN
I've them with lovely'prizesand I
courage. never been
really
Chances are that even If you travel all over the country you'll little box to take all the petals ,' Bridge Sunday morning and even-
111 so makes it hard. I've been also presented the guest of
probably settle down again in Florida, which is becoming Incrcas.ply home with me. I so enjoyed the so well and happy. Goodbye now honor with an appropriate remembrance -,Ing. Everyone welcome. cPA'8U IS /j

I -. : popular as the years go by. roses and would breath deep of and God bless all of you. of the occasion.Mr. i" ]M.. L. Johns and son, M. L. Jr., e.

,the fragrance; to ease the pain. Love, Lura. and Mrs. AI Nelson spent I made a business trip to Jacksonville
t I've had nice letters from Don, Monday.
several days last week in Lake-
my sisters, and son's wife. My (Editor's Note: Lura returned to I I Mrs. Jay Moody Is just bark

WE WISH TO ANNOUNCEWe pal In Wisconsin writes every day. her home and family In Ponca, land.The from a pleasant weeks' visit with
Rev and Mrs.
I have letters from my friend in Nebr., Wednesday of last week W. G. Ald- I her sister
Mrs. Georgia Collins In
are moving our Fish Market from the Depotto Wayne who Is. caring for Diggerand from the Veterans' Administration ridge( returned last Saturday Miami. ,,1

the market formerly known as The MagnoliaFish Willie Bird. They are Just Hospital In Sioux Falls S. Dak., New from a York three Boston months'and vacation Canada.in I I Mrs. Ira Merritt spent part of 1 1t1

Market. We will carry: the same line of Fi h fine So I shall just lay here where she was confined two weeks' Mrs. Aldridge has Just recovered last week visiting her daughter,

and get well. The Chaplain has due to Illness and where she wrote <=::> and Seafoods at this new location. been from an illness while in Toronto :i Mrs. Dirk Carroll], In Jacksonvillewho
to see me twice. This is the f1
a above column.)
-- Mrs. Harry Ebey and Miss has been ill Mrs. Merrill'stwo Q
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Connie Knight were in Savannah, grandsons Jonnie and Robert

COLEMAN'S FISH MARKET In Nashville, Ga., last weekend. Ga., last weekend.Mr. I returned home with her for a visit. Yes Jeix Beer fa wade Slow awfeasy*

Mrs. Hewlett S. Anderson and Mr. and Mra Demosev S""*>
BROOKERBy and Mrs. R. L. Walker left TJffft'fe 6o/d pmvslrt'd fy je"brewery -k" -
, son, Jimmie, are visiting her Monday for and daughter, Kay, of Gainesville your

Call Street Starke, Fla. Ivsv Mae Lewis. parents In Monticello this week dersvllle Ga.several days In San- I vleiled Mr. and Mrs. E. A. yapp -l're9h." (leI c ,r from your
while Mr. Anderson Is away on Sunday.Otis :
,
Over last weekend Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs.. L. A. Brown visit business. Mrs. John W. Murray entertained I Brown Is. a pai-nt: of the

ed Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown Jr., Mrs. Rosalie Padgett visited Mrs. Murray's sinter and her Veteran's Hospital In Lake City,
her mother Mis. Rufus Allen of I as the result of an automobile accident gddissucI
CREWS SERVICE STATION and Mr. and Mrs. Sanford RitchIn I. husband Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Neff ,
Saturday. He has
Gainesville last weekend Tampa last weekend.CROSBY I of Jacksonville I sev'recuta

J. O. Kelley and daughter of Miss Madalone and. bruises on his knee side
Kennedy accompanied

Tallahassee visited Mr. and Mrs. annual REUNIONThe family reunion of I by her parentll.11': Mr.Starke and Mrs. Herbert Preiiittof :Mrs. GIoOD Beer!
Sinclair Gas & Oils B, Colson were visiting
C. Saturday the children of the late Philip I and Mrs. S. E. Kennedy, and her Truba Hodges Sunday

Mrs. B. O. Miller of Jackson cousins !Mr. and Mrs T.
A. Crosby and Clarissa B. Cros- Henry .
II arias and shoulder. Kin wife, Mrs. aI
WASHING, POLISHING, GREASING ville visited her mother Mrs. Lot by was held this year on Sun I Godwin drove to Jacksonville Llllv Brown, visited him Monday -

EXPERT AUTO REPAIRS tie Edwards: lust weekend. day, September 18, at the home Sunday afternoon where Miss and he was feeling a little better. l/ Dyr

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plaster of of Mr. and Mrs. R. J, Waters Kennedy matriculated as n stu- Mr. and Mrs. C. A Johns of r

Goodrich Tires, Tubes & Batteries Jacksonville visited her parents near Brooker. dent at Riverside Hospital I, Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs.
G. E. Wiggins Is ill at his home'' 3
Mr, and
Mrs. Norman Pariish Those attending were: Mr. and Romey Johns of Jacksonville were
TEMPLE AVE. OPPOSITE COUNTY JAIl. lost weekend. I Mrs on West Lake Shore Drive. visiting Mrs. Belle Johns Sunday. :
C. E. .
Crosby one: children I Mrs. R. A. Weeks of
I Keystone
Francis Barry of Stnrke visited Mrs. Bud Moody and Mrs.
We,conett; Mr and Mrs. B. T 'Inn left lost
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Thursday morning I Thelma Merrltt visited Mrs. Edith
Crosby Tampa; Mr, and Mrs. I for Tuckahoe, N. Y where she
Barry Sunday, ? Carroll In Jacksonville Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry wereIn Zell Dukes, Mr. and Mrs R. C. will visit with her daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Moody JAI BREWING COMPANY JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA _
I
MICHIGAN RANCHS Live Oak Monday. Howard Mr. and Mrs. Ardel I son-in-lH-v, Mr. and Mrs. Willard -- -
Waters Ode I Waters, Jacksonville J. LaMorte and -
their
three chit '
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and
1 S :\ : SOUTH OF ST.MIRK OV ROUTE: 100 daughters of Starko ,visited Mr ; Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Crosby dren. Mrs. C. C. Spnrtman of 11Enter
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby. Jr. Waldo :
,
accompanied Mrs Weeks.
and Mrs. O. W, Barry Sunday
and son, Starke; Mr and Mrs. L. Alias Mabel Johnson returneu'' FORDS
en A, B. Surrency of Starke visited
Mrs.\ E. J. Lewis Thursday H. Futch Lawtey; Mr. and Mrs.L. to her home last Friday night ,

:gcn -i morning.Mrs. B. Crosby and children and after spending a week in St. Augustlne -,
4 Mrs. O. L. Prltchard Greensboro with her
; brother and hU
J .
o a v 0 > Francis Lloyd were Barry in and Gainesville daugh.ter Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Crosby ,,, wife Sgt. and Mrs. W. E. John-1' i

** ind son, St. Petersburg; Mr. and aon.I | 'IOsQ"C i
j vI Thursday afternoon. Contest
Mrs H. M. Collins and children
I I J. H. Denmark
Mis. Amy McCormick of Jack- or r-ickaonvllle .

w n a sonville visited Rev. and Mrs. W. Waldo; Mrs. R. W. Brnnnen. I I and Keystone Heights is confined -;, z\
3Q State Farm Mr
; .and Mrs. BarLVat..rs
to his. home here
!1C. Lawhorn last weekend with pneu '
1M 1M'J( 2 -< \ and son Dundee; Allen and Iva Mae Lewis were )I
lUXU
Tin: KNTIKi: : h1 Mrs M. L Tllghman; and children I '
daughter, Barbara' underwent 7WLt
'. en in Gainesville Monday afternoon. anemergency
.U.II.'rn DINE: Mr. and Mrs. Pasco :Mott!
Miss Madeline Green of Jacksonville appendectomy lust
IN Ot'K CIJ-:.\N CAKE and children Mr and Mrs. JamesP.
visited! her parents. Mr. Friday mnrnlng In St. Vlncent'slHosplal |
Crosby and Elbert Mott. I ffd
: : and l Mrs. Dave Green last weekend I Jacksonville. l/vrltr &AII"
fail Gainesville S. M. Mott I
; Jr. Key V. E. McCoy and his son, E. CHICK ANO
Weal; Rev. Eat I Willis and family fA/lilt ww .s
Miss Midge Bloss of Miami is D. McCoy of Sumter, S. C., are i'd"r.
,
Alarhua; Mr. and Mrs. S, 1I 1\(. Olt A -. '." ,.>>"? ---'
ANNOUNCING OPENING pending several days here with houseguests of D. F. Baker the o1AAl. _? --

her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Buddy I Molt, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby Johnsons and the S. E. Kennedys 't f11 A"., IORO ., ... ,.".A.Z ;....:_..:,.Wti ji-.r:#:I. ,
and Mrs.
H. P.
son Galney, this week. ,.; ;,;j". .
,
Russ.R. Mr. and Mrs. E. B Crosby and I .. ,' $':: .'i: ; ;
W. Mott of Hague visited Mrs. William J. McCrary and : *,W. ""."
Due to many requests from our daughter, Mr. and Mrs. It B. .M't. ,. Its I If.'Wi '

Miss Mrs.Mary Marian Mott Snpp Friday.and twoI.uighters I Crosby. and children. Mr and I j ; )lk>t'" 't Easy tr:f!>)*?

!Mrs Everettc Oalney and children

old customers, we will open our ( of Lake Butler and Mr. and Mrs G.V.. Davis HkA" )&'

Vis visited 1IanaVlgglns friends and relatives of New River here and children! Rev and Mrs. Howard Shoes Repaired'J"IIILEU.WAIT You can win one of these m" 4003': '
Mott j
Curing Plant Sunday afternoon.Mr. and children, Morris f Drive to any Ford Dealer' blink(Mill' I trtn ititimml:"Alloti t j>
onOCTOBER Roy, Helen Beadle and SarahCurl OapL.pet posltr Shown above and trucks thould be uftlyCKKIKII
and Mrs. Raleigh Watersof ton. Brooker. { .TOO Prizes :- 2 cat.F.C..Sa'"yChk. "IMIIOdlUlly, ......./ t
Dundee visited Mr. and Mrs. Fie Safety' Inugma' and fie 4 Mail entry before/ mldniiht' ; ,
G. W. Davis at their old former .y Entry. Blink October 31 to Ford Car'Sal.lf. :
j Contest Hudquarlen,8o .
1 1st >tm
home here part of lust week. ...1L::.__ 3 In M midi or liu on tntty Chieato 77, Illimii.fmtkin r.,

Mrs. Fred Walden and children ff r rfAI'ZO '
: PHONE 213 New Low Prices! "rb Cr *t tb. Itm"4door (al fee only official en"'Y, Only ono ant-y per ear or :
and L C. Kelley of Wildwood I Cinlam V-8 feral blank obtained, any Ford. truck may be eonaldered. ",

and Louise Kelley of St. Salon, equipped wild Radio "Magic Air" Heater, UeaUirehip. dlapiaying- All .ntrw. became the
COLON'IAIFLORIST peeler ehown "bola Print property of Ford Motor ?
Special Reduced Price : Petersburg visited their parents Half Soles. Ov.rdrlv., and Whit Sld.wall Tire.. Dam. aad addreea clearly,. Company. Content 'aubiectto \

Mr. and Mrs C. S. Kelley last M.-n'ii $1 50 *) Conteet limited to con Fedmal i. State and local
( ) L: regulation* and to eonuatrul
SNt i't .nW V.II..4 Alaak.. t
veekend.! vJ aav I
I *on.o try blank. f
> fen Prlir .. atated 'on (e)> Winner D.m.\11 r,
\
Mrs. G. E. McCauley of Pa- i *
2Vc Per PoundEither IMM .11t(/ It Inl Iwf tr : _try blank.wUI be awarded .be. pad at all Ford

latka visited her daughter Mrs. halfSales I Gmwal Duty Model T-3.V.nglrw one. :*b"-.noJ' aineerity, b',1-Di's9l": t.r than .
$1.00 I .
aptneaa.
Roy Green, Friday I llak body, 158-liKr Judil"e.1"1e1..
("'um'n'lI) ... are rid (.1) Conteit la open to .!) !;.,
Lee Gainey Is attending/ several ....:.Iba.. FORD Truck, IhipUcat. prlae. of realdenta ot United eta t.',
with Radio .. u.e. Entrle.I ...Db'U -
<|ulpp d Magl.AI..H..t..Op" eieept employee I ol Ford
days' with his children In Jacksonville sp
Sugar Cure Or Plain Salt Cure @ Ladies' Lifts 25c al a* prii. to trio. top 5 of the 25 car wlnntn who mined reclatared In th owner. D._or ol the big Uealara Motor Company.their adrartialnca lord re.

Mr, and Miss Muriel Oano of up pofy p.f.,.... for a truck on Contnt Entry Monk.' d..1ed repreaantaUva. .<..."..* or their t.mdi.' S to.

Same Competent Operators We Have Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. SHOES SHINED as'/ooous.' H tVs what we check PRE so i T..r car *r track

my, (n. merrier whet .
R. F. Gano Sunday.Mrs the wake)

Had For The Past Five Years W. H. Hinton of Waldo FLOWERSFOR -'AT ...-.pes.-d' '- 'tJ.."." D_ lam'. WlNOIHlILD IAKIS_.III$TIIR.to. MUF/LII. 1I000TI.. QIASl. Tills. 14015 I

and Mrs S. Ronald Barnette and .
ALL OCCASIONS \ alas VlIW MIIIOI OTHII IAHT FACTOIStun
sons Alan and Douglas of New 100 r'f4'OOII".
i*
AIID UT nut Anucn'llS4w
York visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl DISH GARDENS STARKESHOE J V '
... = y 8 The Year .
Also Private Lockers All Green and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest -- l',1

Edwards last weekend. POTTERY -

Mr. and Mra. Earl Green and i ;2QO15OUS.SMW6S BunsANDREVS '" ,

Starke Ice Co.PHONE children Mrs. Ronald Barnetteand POTTED PLANTS REPAIR I ;::350 fUlaWI t74ii

children and Mrs W. H. Hin- FLOWERS WIRED

ton of Waldo visited relative in ANYWHERE M. F. Hudson Proprietor

Jasper Sunday MOTOR Co.

12 Mr. and Mrs. William E. Big- Nona. St Stark. Across. St. form Park Theatre Thone

ham Jr., and daughters, Mary I 118 :Madison & Adams Sts. Starke Fla.

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Last Thursday in New York, the anti-trust lawyers from Washington filed a suit to put A&P out of business.


They asked the court to order us to get rid of most of our stores and also the manufacturing facilities

which supply you with A&P coffee, Ann Page products, Jane Parker baked goods, and other quality

items we produce.


This would mean higher food prices for you. It would mean less food on every dinner table and fewer

dollars in every pay envelope.It .


would mean the end of A&P as you know it.


This poses a basic question for the American people: Do they want to continue to enjoy lower prices and

better living? Or do they want to break up A&P and pay higher prices, and have lower living standards? ;I


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This suit brought under the anti-trust laws. These good laws. They
was are were
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never any question in our mind that it is good business ant
passed about fifty years ago to prevent any company, or any group of companies, I
good citizenship to sell] good food as cheaply] as possible] As Fortune t Magazine
r from getting a monopoly in a field and then raising prices to the public.A&P said about A&P (
some time ago, "It is firmly attached to the one great principle I
has never done any of these things the selling of more for less that has made the desert bloom and the nation I
Nobody has ever shown that we have anything; even approaching a monopoly :wax great"
of the food business anywhere. As every housewife knows, the retail grocery I
,, business Is the most competitive in the country and we do only a small part of it. We: sincerely believe that we have helped the American people eat better and

P>, .. Nobody has ever said we charged too high price*-just the opposite. This live better. x
whole attack rises out of the fact that we sell good food too cheap. We would We believe that the hundred of thousand of farmers and manufacturers who ''I
\:;-_ not have had any of this trouble if,. instead of lowering prices, we had raised have voluntarily sought our business have profited- by our fast, low-cost ditlribu- t
"'''_ them and pocketed the difference. bon of their products.
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Nobody has ever said that our profit rate was too high. During the past five We know that our 110,000 loyal employees enjoy today, as they always have<<,
years our net profit, after taxes, has averaged about IJfic on every dollar of the highest wages, shortest hours and beat working condition generally prevailing .
sales, which is less than almost any other business you can think of. in the retail food industry; and that these men and women have found in ,.
The American people t have shown that they like I our I low-price policy by comingto A&P good opportunities for security: and progress.We '

our stores to do their shopping. If A&P is big, it is because the American know that thousands of businessmen -the landlords who rent us our
people, by their patronage, have made it big. stores, the haulers who operate our trucks, the people who supply us with goods ,
and services have a big stake in our operations
Obviously, it is the theory of the anti-trust lawyers that the people have no rightto
patronize a company, if their patronage will make that company grow; and Obviously, all these people will suffer if this company is put out of business.
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that any big business must be destroyed simply because it is big, and even if the

public gets hurt in the process.
_ What Shall We Do ? ,

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We admit that the interests of the owners of A&P are of little importance.

There is much more involved in this case than the future of A&P. The entireAmerican
Frankly, they could make of
: : an enormous amount money by breaking up A&P .
system of efficient, ]ow-costlow.proflt distribution which we pioneered, as the anti-trust lawyers wish, and selling off the parts. '"1..\
will face destruction and the public will suffer. /
But is this what the American people want? Do they ngrre with the anti-trust
A&P was the first chain store in this country. For more than ninety years we have
]lawyers that our food prices are too low and that we should be put out of the
tried to build a sound business on the simple formula the founder gave us:
"Give the people the most good food you can for their money." Year after year picture so other grocers can charge more?

we have tried to do a better job, make our business more efficient, and pass the Frankly] if this were the case, we would not want to continue in business.
savings on to the consumer in the form of lower prices.
But we seriously doubt that this is the case.! Twelve! years ago, an effort was
Our efforts along I these lines have I led other grocers to keep their costs and
made to tax this company and other I chain stores out of f business. The publicprofits
down. rallied to our support. They said they likrd'our quality foods and our low prices.In .
the old days before A&P, food that cost the grocer 50r, often sold as high As a result of their opposition the tax was defeated

as $1.00 at retail.
Now we are faced with, this new attack through the courts. We are faced with
food that the 50 sells]) the less than 60 '.
generally to public at
Today,. costs grocer <
the I heavy costs t and all the t trouble that I lawsuits involve.I
The methods we pioneered have been adopted not only by other grocers but
by merchants in other lines. There are today literally hundreds of chain stores. But we .belleve this attack is a threat to millions of consumers who rely on us
voluntary groups and individual merchants operating with the same methods for.quality foods at low prices; to farmers who rely on us for fast, low-cost distribution

and in the same pattern here under attack. of their products; and to our loyal employees.

If the anti-trust lawyers succeed in destroying A&P. the way will be clear for We feel that it is our responsibility to all these people to defend, by every

the destruction of every other efficient large-scale distributor. legitimate means, this company and the low-price policy on which it was built.
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BRADFORD ('()VNTY TtXKrtR."PH. KTARKK.: n..nun
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p ,..tP.eiddence !B&PW Club Met WSCS Meeting Held toying this bountiful dinner were I the Methodist young! people has with a peanut/ Outdoor boiling last Thursday .
Saturday night. games .
Mrs. Paul Shields and two children been postponed until weio
i Monday Evening: Monday AfternoonThe HAMPTONBy Mrs. E. M. Prevatt and evening. October J. at eight o-' played. until 10:00: ,! o'clock Then

... Mrs. L. J. Jr. home of Mrs Mary boiled peanuts :were served to a-,
\ 'Teen Dance Planned Kite all of Starke. clock at the
M.
WSCS of the Methodist Mr* C. Sweeney: Dink Ins. bout 03 young people from !1.m.i .

The September. rnlP4'tlnlof the I Church held its business and program Mr. and Mrs. L, A. Wynn have and Mrs Alva Cook have tey, State Farm New River tnt
,. meeting in the church Mon :MISSIONARY SOCIETY been. recent dinner guests of Mr. Mr. Starke.
i Professional people
/ -'J Starke Business and moved to Lawtey and the
day afternoon with Mrs. W Q.Halle Hostess to the WMU on Thurs- and Mrs. J. p. Hazen of Ocala extend to
held Monday
Woman's Club was and vicinity
t Recreation President presiding The day afternoon of last week was and also visited l Salt Springs. On of Lawtey Don't forget Prayer Meetii'k-
Edward's -
'evening In St. welcome.
June Caldwell Office : meeting was opened with the Mrs T. E. Simmons. Mrs. Fred Monday Mrs. Wynn visited Mrs. them a cordial every Wednesday night at 71: 1 1',
which is the new meet- ,
Ph. State Farm, *S Editor Fbone 29! Hall. of the club. The Presi song "More Love To Thee", fol. Whidden had charge of the program T. E. Duncan In Gainesville Eugene Lanair of Miami Beulah is and church Sunday morning i .. j

t dent ing place Mrs. Pauline Torode. presided -Plowed with prayer by Mrs. C. D. and the subject was "All Friends regret to hear of the visiting his aunt. Mrs. night at Corinth Church. Ex", -

p 4 Williams I of Tampa. Mrs. Her- Things In Common." Thirteen serious. illness of George \\'. Revels. one welcome.Klurlilnl .
the Secretary's minutes
; I bert Deal. was elected a member Rjhme, who has been confinedfor Mrs. T. L. Wainwright
and
MYF Party Enjoyed I WMS Met TuesdayIn were read by Miss Delia Rosen- ,,ladles were present and officersfor Mr.
of the Christian Board of Educa- forth the past ten In Riverside and Dan WainWright -
elected days and Marguerite
Church | berg and< the Treasurer's report the society were Mr. and Mrs. In t'Irralt' ('........ ".....r..... ('.un.,.
Saturday Night I Baptist ; tion. coming year which include Hospital) Jacksonville and were visiting !. ( fcer '.
Officers Installed The club discursed sponsoring ,,I Mrs. A. Wood had charge of Mrs. Lizzie Simmons President: wish' for him a speedy and complete Frank Rowe and Mr. and Mrs. W .Jjim ii ,'ro'k'llIh.tlrr, vn, i I. fc
the 'each month a Friday night dance last .... l'rU'k, Defendant Ca .. .
Recreation Hall of I Macclenny H. > \
The" his illness In
the program which was presented I I Mrs Earle Van Alstine. Vice recovery. During J D. Burnsed .
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Methodist.llively Church wss a very The WMS held Its program and j for teen-agers and high achoalstud..nta. i In a most interesting manner."Faith" President; Mrs. George Williams his mother Mrs. G. W. Sunday. ..r Publication.. a. decided to have I .
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It was I "1' Te: OF
KIORIItl
place last Saturday evening business meeting at the Church Friday was her subject and posters :,: Secretary and Treasurer: and Rahme. is remaining near him at The eighth grade gave an interesting tvprnr.ItcHil Crock whose re.ld. |0.flBiu
dances
these on
Tuesday afternoon September 20, the first of : were used to illustrate. She Mrs Earldean Whidden, Assistant the home of her daughter Mrs. program at the chapelhour send address In .H". 9>$. Creek It., .

The :Methodist Youth Fellowship with 44 members and two visItors j night. October 14 in the USO was assisted. by Mrs. F H. Long I Secretary. Mrs. Frank Charlie Dyal. of Jacksonville. last Monday. T. L, CaseyIs AI."eranSW You are required JsVfMtWV In appsu.

was having a party. Upon I prevent. Building.Mrs. I Mrs. L. D. Vinlng, Mrs. C. D. Thomas was1 elected! Children's the home room teacher. .,etoher' 24th. I 1945. In the ,,'.,
stated REX BKOOKINS DI CII.IRGKD ('uurt and. ,
Loyree Hartmann I entertainedfor .am..J cause WI
h ocard arrival of each member a chairman Mrs F Williams and Mrs E. K. Perry Home Chairman. All officerswill Mrs. Pearl Blount divorce.
was handed them giving Instructions The Beard program Mrs. S. E.I that the St. Edward's Club will man pianist. I assume their new duties at Rex Brooklns arrived home Fri I her daughter, Janet on theletter's piaI': "Ti""I' shell BradCounty pull; ,
to I lB. presented lbe glad for the B&PW Club to i 1 I day from Columbia. S. C.. immediately fifteenth birthday last '
for amusing things Sparks who gave the devotional.. the October meeting. l'.Vltnr".. :
after receiving his "
do. +use their hall for all meetings On Tuesday night a State Mission Army Friday exenlng. Ht Hlnrkr. Klorlda. thin Mrpit n "
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The subject of the program was Legion Auxiliary
i discharge at Ft. Jackson. His .
,and functions. H. Futch attended ii )548corrleAT.
One of the many funny Incidents "Study of the Baptist Work" Program was given in the father. Orv-llle Brooking has beenin Mr. and Mrs. L. ; ) SF-.H.I A. J. Th'.nAn .
was phoning the math Those taking part were Mrs.! F. Mrs. Thelma Din kin* and Miss : Will Sponsor Dance Baptist Church, with Mrs. K. B. the Crosby reunion last "I'lrrk "f said Cm. r..
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health for some time and and Hn "ru.hy, r>"r>uiy n
Mr. By
teacher pretending it was a representative H. Beard. Mrs. Sparks and Mrs. Pat Lambe gave a resume of the I The American Legion Auxllla.ry.JonesLangtord.W'hlle Watterson as program director. has again been hospitalized.A Sunday at the home of T. Frank 'l. n from a radio show E. D. Tenly. district meeting which six members I' Mrs. Raleigh Waters at Brooker. I Ally for IMf.! 9-t3 Post 56, 4-11 CLI'DOn
local club attendedlast members -,
of the about eight-five
There were
her to the number number of families from
and asking five The closing prayer was given held its regular meeting September Thursday September! 15th.
month In St. Augustine. The I of the family present to en- Tn whrm It mar rwHrrrnt
of fleas on her cats.There I Hampton a 11 e nded! "FamilNight" >
the Rev. L. D. Haines
''by next meeting will be held on November i i 20. the first 4-H Club meeting of the at the Salvation joy the day together.Mrs. I Thlf In to nnttfy all whom It
for the first Army nro I that 1 havw flied my !t'
were prizes Mrs. Sparks. President presidedover 13 with the Jacksonville I A membership committee was 1949-50 School term was held at Camp last Friday evening. A Edwards of Starke li K.-,purt, and made application'. ,
persona to return with their missions the business meeting. Mrs Beach club and guests are Invited appointed by the President. Membent Hampton School. Enrollmentcards group of local children took substituting for Mrs. C S. Par- I th.. County JiidKi of Hr.idford "I
completed 1\\ L. Andreu. n e w ly electedI I I were signed! and new officers partin tv fur Final Discharge as Adml!
Miss Covlngton. Elsie 1 1II
for the :weekend are Mary
'I the program held at the Camp tin in the fifth grade ttator of the I'Htatf: of O umYounff. <
A fitting climax to a fun- 1 I secretary, presided! in the absencelof Madge Middleton is to discuss II Hazen. Jean Thomaa and JaneTrawick. for the dub elected Those Chapel. The Baptist bus will make an d..a..d.I..IN .
.. the delicious Mrs. F I Raking I office Mearlie Davis. H. Hill a* Admlnlvti"i'
filled evening as I the retiring secretary with members of the school faculty were evening run on Sunday arrivingat 93.1: U 10...
refreshments served I by Mrs. M.W. !' Shaw. This being the last meeting a state Safety Drive whichIs The Charter was presented to I+.I President; Joanne Hess Vice Hampton friends enjoyed! the I the Church In time for the
Cressler and Mrs l(. F. for the various President and Janey Rhoden. hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Otis
: year reports to be conducted soon. I I the members by President Muriel, ; Hicks young people to attend BYPU
and family at a social and
Brown. rere given. I Sec'y and Treas. Miss Dorothy .
Mrs. Lillian Ray. chairman o.Health : Cilhooly.Plans. Ii, I Miss Elithe Collins of Jacksonville
peanut boiling held at their country -i
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RT. L. D. Haines installed the Ross, leader then demonstratedthe
and Safety, told of were made for a dance]j( spent Friday evening hereas
home j
Friday I
P-TA IleetsVed.. ''orrw..n for the new year. They quest from the Florida Fe are-I'I la be given on Saturday September I making of place mats night. the guest of Mrs. Joyce Futch i &BIII
are :Mrs. Sparks. President; Mrs.A. Folks from here have been en- SPAaTARKE '
tion for members to keep 24, at 8:30: p.m.. at the Aemrt-i I BABY SHOWER and family.Mr. FL':
Sctxxt PTA J. Thomas First Vice President joying the revival cervices heldat
The Bradford Hlftt Roberts
: Mrs
Life and George .
1 copies of Readers Digest I can Legion HaU. Music will be The ladles of the community
.w 111 hold its first meeting ctf this ; Vr. Beard Second Vice Heilbrorui Baptist Church have been In Jacksonvillethis .
and Time magazines to send to furnished by Uncle Ott and his :gave a lovely Baby Shower on with visiting I
+ TTeaadeot. )(n.. Andreu. Secretary; the Rev. Franklin of Green
Se7dem.t> eT
year on Wednesday Chattahoochee. Mrs. Ray will Florida Troubadors. Membersand week to see their new grandson. .
I I I Friday afternoon for Mr. and Coce Sun., Mun., Tu. ... Sept. 25-37
28, at 3:15 la the C3O: Mr. V V. Hacen. Treasurer; :Mrs. Springs as the speaker .
P.JH collect them at her home at 314 friends are Invited to attend ;I Mrs. George Wells' infant son I
building All parents and temtbe's H. A. LJTwwm. Membership; Mrs Church Street and send them on. Willis. Gifts were taken to Community Mrs.! Mamie demons of Miami Several Lawtey people have
A. J Thomas. Program; Mrs. R. was the guest: of Mr. and Mrs. BIG STEELI
been the
the revival I
to attend.A attending at
are urged Mrs Desta Dyal. Publicity Smart MovesThe Hall and then were placed -
A, 'n>ca: .... Community Mission I : Shoppe Leaston Wynn of Hampton Lake Heilbronn Church.SUNNYBROOK.
feature of this flrft vn+tat{ I XIra. W. R. Morse and Mrs. E. L.I Chairman asked that each mainbar I'I In large boxes and taken to last Thursday evening I Baptist'"! .- I :Mllchum Jane GrecrAlso
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will be a reception bonoroc the McKaicfet. Mission Study: Mrs. L. submit one news Item before Smart Shoppe now locatedon the "'ell.' home. Mrs. Wells and Mrs. Ed Durban of CJ- : Buddy Rich Orch. ShortWeil
has
:!I' October 10. The Club's bulle East Call will baby son had only recently arrived Lawtey
new BHS faculty roearAer For IX HaiBe Children's Home; Mr*. Street move to been
Starke Strawberries, I home from the Starke Hos a recent guest of her parents
the convenience of mothersa )(. O. Maxwell, Stewardship; Mrs.' tin. The ,,1 West Call about October 1, Mr. and Mrs. J L. Williamsand Tliur. Sept. %8. 2t
0. L. House Chairman, will be Issued l on October IT Mrs. pital.
nursery will be conducted for Ltnson. Elizabeth Andrews was appointed Guy H. Sale owner stated this sister Mrs. M. M. Vatcnett( By Wanda Crosby not'nLEE.Tt.'R":
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The new Circle Chairmen are Mrsj week. The future location is in BIRTHDAY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Percy E. Griffinof
children over the age of two Club Parliamentarian. LET'S LIVEA
I j B. T Thomas. Mrs. Shaw and Mrs.I tile building vacated! by Barks- J W. Priester. of Macdenny. I Jacksonville spent the v.eek- :

years I I[ Roy Ward.Mrs. Several State officers and 10 dale's), Store on the southwest father of Mrs. Gerald Adklna. end with Walter H. Griffin. Colonel Crosby of Linden andirrandson LITTLE
)(axle Carter Social Chair. new members are to be honored W"I Gwynn Thomas. of
Mr.
corner of Call and Walnut Sta. the honoree of a lovely and Mrs F. B. Hall spent
man. assl ted! by Mrs. Ann Hutch- at the October meeting. I and Is owned by L. A. Canova. dinner given for him at the Ad- last Thursday in Jacksonville Brooker were visiting relatives I He
Try Dolly's First ins Mrs. B. T. Thomas and MmHaxen ( Extensive redecorating is Plan. kina home on Sunday, where he visiting! an eye specialist here one day last week. .\MPhantom > -

served delicious punch New President I ned. Mr. Sale said. ,was a .weekend, guest Others enHear I Mrs. Marlon Reddish of Law-
I'an
SUMMER The benediction was clven by Will Be Named I The revival at Corinth Church

DRESSESRegularly the Pastor Rev. L. D. Maine By Woman's ClubA i PINE LEVEL was well attended It cloned Tim MrCoytil.

Sunday. Twelve members were
2.9ft to 4.95 ExecuUve Board I r. By Sirs. H. M. MrRae added to the church.
To Convene special I
I Auxiliary 1.. Sat, :S.-pt. 30 Or. 1
1.49 meeting of the Starke Woman' i' 1 Mr. and Mrs J. R. Kelly: and

I i The Ladies Auxiliary of the''Club has been called for 4:15: >, Rev and Mrs. "'. E. Hall are children were visiting Mrs Kel i DOUBLE FKATl'RKPARTNERS ;

I Soys' ChambraySHIRTS Presbyterian Church will hold IU p.m. Friday September 23 In' -- I! still in Dublin. Ga. In a revival I ly's mother in Lake Butler recently. OF

i first fall meeting. on Tuesday. the Club House. i I meeting, Dr Clapp of Tallaha.isee I

September 27 at the home tti The purpose of the meeting 1.1to Tom Made lost a gas dither this week while sporting !' filled the pulpit at Pane'Ln..1 Mr. and Mrs J.V Thomas I THE PLAINS

Sz. 6-11 1 Rfg. 1.39 I Mrs. E. M. Davis. Mrs. K. G appoint a new club presldenito I tank on our Call Street Monday I fancy new class ring Robert Sunday for Rev. Hall I and children of Crocker were I \\Ilh \\ m. H.>)<1

49cSWEATERS Duncan will lead the devotionals Tears he had several on a truck I Beam at home in Wajima. Japan Mr H. M. McRae spent several visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly .\MStrange > -
and Mrs. H. V. Knight will have complete the term of Mrs. to Corporal I days last week" visiting at the Saturday night.
I and one of the largest feU off I was recently promoted I II. I
charge of the quiz. Junlua Smith. resigned; to conSider + as the vehicle moved over the 'l 1 In Uncle Sam's Air Force I. home of his daughter Mrs Allen Friends and relatives regret to Mrs.
bids for redecorating the Hall in Jacksonville !!
I bricks of our favorite road. Took where Mrs hear of Clinton Norman breaking
Inside. and outside of the club I, I' 'H. M McRae.:: is staging Mr his leg while football
practicing
a wrecker: to pick the thing up
Save Time Work building; and for Installing a :'again Notice the Tornadoes Our barber boy wild Bill Hall! is very much Improved andthey recently.J'Xt"T. CraneMarjurlo
different type of heating. Mrs
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expect take him out of
I made the front window at Can- ilundy goes home from Shady-
W R. Morse, tat Vice President, I ,'the hospital this week. BOILING
ova's this week. R..ally. nice crest tomorrow. He broke a leg Lord Rolit. !>'h9)nALSO. >
and Money! wishes to make a personal Mrs Miss Wanda Crosby and
appeal A. J. Fender and children Jimmy
around the
layout of trophies and pix from II horseing at pole.jdunng j i SERItL
to all members of the Boardto i I attended the family reunion at Crosby entertained! at the homeof I
prior years The trophies were(, the September 13 ,
attend If at all possible. the home of her Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Pounds Of YourLaundry for basketball (twot and base- :election June Patel was City I mother "Mrs R. Crosby :

9 I ban |lone I. Coach Hobbs' boysare at the First Baptist Church L. Batten at Theressa Sunday .

Done In Cub Scouts To MeetA out to win one In football day after several months In All the children were home ex

this year Ed Simpson had latka She favored with a solo cept one "Mrs. Fender said they
Only general meeting of the par. had a wonderful time visiting together
her
a BHS Boostin' window st his with that lovely voice of j
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I I anti of the Cub Scouts of Starke Gem Jewelry, too .

1 MinuteIt I* will be held at St. Mark's pariah! Mrs. B. 3!. McRae and Mrs. J
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I House on next Thursday evening I I \\'. McRae spent lat Wednesday WATCH
Washed Spotlessly rnnenttand wedding .belle will'' Minnie and Al Redgrave's love i:
I IChild's 40 September 29, at 7:30: o'clock. Following visiting Mrs Lester Crosby of I
89c to 1.49 I CleanReadyTo this meeting the Dens will I peal out October 4 In Gracevillefor birds Pretty Boy and Pretty'Girl Rising Section.
I Dr. F J. Miller, former State flew the coop taut FrIday. i
Mrs
Iron! be formed and weekly den meetIngs Robert "Myrick and daughter FOR THEOPENING
I Must tired of each other's I
89c 1.98 Farm employee, and Hazel Willis !got
to .
held. Boys. S-10 years of age Kathy and Mr. and Mrs O.
.. The Bingo Games at St Edi I i chirping. So far nothing:!: has Induced \V. McRae and
Inclusive may still Join the Pack son. Harley.
Cents Is All It ward's Recreation Club attracted them to return {..om the
which is sponsored by St. Mark'sEpiscopal visited! relatives in Jacksonvillelast
the usual crowd of enthusiast trees to the cage Hear Beryl I

Sullivan'sDRY 40 Costs! Try Our I Church.Friendship last, Saturday night. Lillian Casey is docked In that Latin | Miss Thursday Hazel Crawford of Heil

I Griffiths won the jackpot prize American paradise Cuba, with 1 j brunn section
spent Sunday with
Seoice Soon! Class I a set of knives. Other luckee his ship the USS Macon I. Miss Gwendolyn McRae OF THE SEW & MODERN

were M. D. "Warren stationerydonated Hear Joan Carpenter pledge: Mrs. Robert
GOODS of Myrick and daughter
The Friendship Bible Class Sigma over at the U of 10'1
by Cleone Dowling: Cappa
Kathy. \jsited) Mrs. Lester
the Presbyterian. Church will hold ) Janie Avery two duckets courtesy this week which Pat McGrlff 1 DRIVE IN RESTAURANTAT
1-11 West Call Street The Washeteria j Crosby and family Saturday.LAWTEY j
Its monthly business meeting and the Florida; Lillian Grif pledged Sigma Cappa there

Starke Fla. social at the Kingaley Lake reel-I|fiths (again!) two bucks worthof Sounds like. a transposition: !

I S"T..lplfl Avenue dence of Mrs. Luclle Mitchell onl| laundry per Starke Dry Cleaner They're the only pledges we've

Friday September 23. at 7_p.mrMM'EXTKICS I ; Rudolph de Waters one heard about so fur .

music disc from Dahmer's, Bob'
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Stefanelli. a basket of grub from \\IUiam .Int. who i I

i the club just beyond the Callstreet. bridge!

; of town that The adult members of
: CARPENTER'S:: CARPENTER CARPENThrtotininni ---- east reports on several the Baptist
j Beatrice (Moaeley" ) and John occasions. lately persons' unknown Church enjoyed a party at

,Jenks out New Orleans way hit have dumped their unwanted the school cafeteria last Friday I DIXIE MOTOR COURT
kittens and almoston evening. After
the jackpot first try -- their pups playing games

our HALF-PRICE first child was twins two little his doorstep Can't keep 'em. refreshments of punch and homemade -

(., I ladies. At last report they hates to kill 'em and if freed cakes :were served I ON NOKTII TIII'LI'F:; : .

weren't named! yet. the shock they're a menace to forest wildlife Mr and Mrs. L. L. Wainwright

jwiis probably too great he .\'er.. He points out md son of Gainesville attended -T\RhF FL1.r .

,editor Gene's gone on vacation that there are seven highway church at the Baptist Church last I

\"AS&; SALE ,ISO please 'cu e this column if itain't leading out of Starke. and In- Sunday. '

1 ( edited! to suit )'ou. Bear vita. person abandoning cats The Measuring Party planned I'

SALT & PEPPERSI t with us another. week If you can and dogs to use one of the other for Saturday September 24, by I

We observe that Barksdale's six Actually I suppone. Stark
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(CIGARETTE Is sporting a shiney new metal. needs a SPCA unit to take care I I r .;

"' 2 awning Eventhotigh: It's metal of unwanted! or unowned I animal !
CANDY DlSHE GIFT ITEMS !
at
1 Johns'
Ruby
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the. contraption rolls in and out ,

.JI..S' like canvas ones. Bob says .
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j lit'. aluminlte and won t tarnish Saw my ftrM Stance' television i

age (wish I was alumimtei! I Wednesday down at Drlggeis t BeaulyShoppe !

Saw Bane Ruth and Lou Gerh'K ,

Department Serves eL of the Yanks take a 1929 baP Guaranteed Machineless
OL'K Prescription
Thelma Dmkln. Pat Lambe. game away, from the Card : 4 50 :

You 24 Hours a Day 'I Pauline Torode. Marion Howe, Thought It funny the television' 1 or Cold Wave :
; Lojree Hartmann and Mildred so new the ball game so old ] .

> Sapp attended the B4PW district The TV show came from station : Creme Shampoo Set 1
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OUR Prescription Department I Is meet in St. Augustine, representing WMBR-TV Jax.: They're sending : and Manicure Pfl :

the local club. AU got souvenir out test. patterns every day :

For Your Medical bottles of water from the now so folks ran adjust their k.w4 .

Open Sundays I Fountain of Youth, but ahoot. sets in readiness for regular telecasts : Creme Shampoo, Set -I rand /\ ,

,, which begin Oct. 16 1 :
none of those gals need It yet i' Haircut

I Needs! I'Another souvenir ws stationery I ". ,

, with civic scenes of th. oldest Lae rain earl this; ,ear: i ;, '-, These i

! An of the Seems Spanky McLendon7 :
I jetty speaking
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The Store Where You second and It;$- Specialsflood : i
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I IB&PWs.. certainly have one years grade Mary .. -'a .
,. See Your Pre .!enthusiastic member In the person Katherine Wamwright ((7 years. i -t, ThruOctober ,
> criptionFilled"
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second grade) consider! themselves .c'
I of Marion Faulk who commutes i 7 / 15th! r
all the way" from her new that way" about earb .
i 'i i other. But this week Mary K. ..,,:
home in lax to make the meetIngs .

. I Day CALL "64" Nite II turned down Spanky'a proffered ........"."., -' '''''''- /.

:24 Hour ServiceCARPENTER'S I i ring because, ss he reported to : + fi.
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4r Ker el-im not to Doris Mon- parents Frances and Paul "she's 't"J; .
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cnef. a orand new freshman at afraid people J will laugh: at us.Ain' t '- -MERLE: : :

; U of F. She forgot to sign: out (" he added, ".he's a sensible : NORMAN

per the rules when she left the girl!" : *1"\ :
1 .COSMETICS; : \ff"
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dorm for home Sat. Remembered :

, I I same 12'3O, Sunday a m. when "..II. Ill v* TM ....c.. (Friday : lit m glue )"" a FREt denH.nMratl.w of these :

preparing for bed. She and ) in WilUston and we'll watch t Ask for Appreciation Tickets! nor rtMnwih showing" TOO the proper.rare
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Store Phone OJ mama Eunice did a Paul Revere the Tornadoes give 'em the old for jnur oklm.. !>... ( forget -the tk7trrw.dfS .
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Starke FUThe ''to Gainesville to correct the steam roller treatment (we S tine U FREE: soil la so way, obligate yeti

oversight Our current crop I hope!) So long t to but. :

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FRIDAY SKITEMIIER: :23. 1949
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
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I :Miss Hilda Searing of Jacksonville Mrs. Floyd Howell and 8"n.1 I Forest Service Needs Slash Pine Seed M>'ru M plaintiff .>. ,kn rtlv.\ and Kthnr'

I was the guest of Miss Janet Warren. of Clewlston" and Nanly ; Niitlie. In herrbv, .Klvi-ti that Cltv relief, n It A P IT O It D
/Cniinell" ,if the Clly ''V HtHrke has relief Ttriidfftrd ,I'ouhty Telvicraph
Anderson last weekend.Bill Turner of Boca Raton were ov r-I Will Pay $1.25 Per Bushel For Cones .
M"l,iittlil| Ik renitllltl'irl. |irnvl"llllK' fur hall piihllxh, ) thin initer In next
d&ddnaeitiIN Harrington of Jacksonville night /guests of Mr. and M-*. :1 I the I i...ult ci ..1'10.) i C.,",,' weekly l 1.11..11.
1I I If tho Florida Forest ServiceIs ,"n.1 glitters I In Jolllh'h Street. iaiki'il'rpt Wltn..Mn. inv' hanil .iti.1 l official, ,0nl'
was the guest of Mr. and' Mrs. I Leslie Biggs recently.Mr. : $ 'aI .hll1MI..n Avenue In lIt I3tisrk" ... )Klorlihi thin K, ept'sn.er$ .
Charles Burton last Sunday. and W. L. /going to produce enough slash FRESH FIGS RI.101 1'10)'. I" is u''.ruts ne wllh ....1'. 14. I14'UKKU'I.M.! .
Mrs. Whitinghad for 1..ln I 1I..n., a".1 .,p.u'Inca I.Iiue l're-. ( SIA' 1.\\ A..I. TKomaa.Ai .
= pine seedlings planting by
::._ THE NEWS -- Friends of Mr. and Mra. J. C. as their guests last week I /{ FREEZE WELL rs'rsl, hy H..rt )1. Angus. ,'unsiiiIsg Clerk ff nalrt ('nun.,
landowners during the 1010-51 rty Haves ClArk.VVIIIIitm .
Larramore will be interested to \Mrs. H. \M. Bertlne and daughter. '1"11 .n.'n..r. IIn.1 r..r I lie Cii.HYiy. li'ntity
slash aelnNsunciIt. lOr faIr. "I'"p..rtl..n "r l I'. Miirita.il. Fifth 1"10"1'
planting
---- - - - ------ learn that they are na-v perman- Carmen. of Gainesville.Mr. I ; season more pineneed Hv,, Dorothy It....... S"Is," l'st N II.viii. I iii i'r.uv.iuo, flu N I tu I hr clRrk: 'I"'I'r.ja' ''k ,>nvllle I I Flnrdlit'
in Homeland Fin.. thnn it now has on hand at r..llnK. .iiil iulUtifliC l.r"II..t, Ally for 9-IS! 4101
ently residing .
Mr. and Mr. I. P. Sheppard. Mrs. Albert Cates spent last and \Mrs. C. H. Nasworlhy the nurseries will have to be Home ''''lIInll..lraU"I(4'.t) .,wnrs. r"r'h.' ., ""tI.I. ... I. h.'y, '
where Mr. Larramore is employedby ,. 1"1'.1. "' ..... Pir.Iter.3 ('sueS,.
give' I 1"1 the "II! ."",. .1"r\ .ihe "
Starke. to Mr. and Mrs. Charles -
Sr.. had as their guests 'lost weekt'nd'Ith her in of found. J. \Prank Lee District Forester ,..
parents a chemical concern. "Mrs. i For those who are fond, of fresh "lIv ..f t4tarke a III n..t tat the Flnrlilai f hnnerry.
Hardy of Starke --- Lots 7 "I.v hull In I4tanke. Klvrlte: K:. I.line .tllilltl"?, v.. Jen
weekend Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Sheppard Daytona Beach. at Lake City said this! l'lrlIut. on
ripe figs It Is nice to know that
Larramore prior to her ma- and 10 of Block 36 In the NW :1 .1 lty .,..t "t."o"" .I 1'00 't'I'k nle I.vnn l.ltlle. tit r> ndiint., (.a5.
Jr.. and son, Pat. of New- Little Elizabeth Allen flew lags two years ago was Miss week. they freeze well and so may h,' I'. r. f..,' I hi' inI'puuse ot hearing No 7B2" .
Quarter of Sec. 28 Twp. 62: .. Itnler nt I'uhllratl. H eeC .aSIe. ta
nan Ga. home by from Seattle District Forester Lee said thot nreesHible. the 'round, In the till tIIti ill .hj..th'n"' to lila 11-. .
plane Agnes Lewis. 22 E. I year I"'V', ''"'''''' Ii I 01,1,11 I 11111.. ."..1 ph.. .. 'pp..r.l OIKIV Cl Klurlda lol
Mrs. W. a. Halle returned to Wash., recently to begin school Chesterfield felt men's hats Range; I the Florida \Forest Service\ will home. "'0' I ill".1 u ,lutili, ,,. "iuli'' I h.. h..1 Jennie I.\ Tin. l.lttle. wh se i e reHldem..
Mr. and \Mrs. A. M. Rlanchnrd 112:1: I II 3'rI .I..h". "lIy "Ilo'k. l Ia TayloiHie.I I I :North'I Carolina i
her home here Sunday after a here again. She Is staying with at STUMP'S: DEIT. TOIm.Mr. Bradford to F 1' pay collectors $1.25: n bushel fora This Is the way it Is done; You iirt required' to appear ....
of County George Oi toiler, I 17th I, ti4'i! I In the abov1tmmeil
two weeks' visit with her son her grandmother Mrs. E. Free. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards Young of Bradford County minimum of 40 buvhcls of Ripe figs ale perishable, vet In flri'Mlt. 4 ..u... I..If..r" <-.iintr, .,..,",., .iiil, 'wu-'e, whereinpliilntirr

and duughter-ln-law Mr. and man. She made the trip to Se- of Jacksonville weekend sound slush. pine cones picked lip they should he full ripe and l lfreshly KlorMni. In I Manerr>. !
were The N 1-2 of Lot 1 and all of
Jr. in Miami. attle last automobile at tho of forest Hum 4 urge fl, IMnlntirf I v.. Kffli, TeleBrnph, ihnll pnhlintithl .
Mrll.V. G. Halle July by point delivery by -
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A, Z. gatheled. They should M'erklv .
Innuell.WltueiiN
Lot 2 in Block 22 In the Town ofLawtey I IMIcen, ,, licfenilnnt. 3 "u S. 75J7. 1 Circlet In lied l
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hall Mian with her mother Mrs. Lee Allen Adkina at Kingsley Lake. service perHonnel. The ser. hi sorted" for Imperfections or ii.",.. ..f ''..hl..A...... Mini %..#&.. fatpprar. 'nil him.I a."$ ..rtlrlnl..at
Fla. ',.., nt ",,,,ke. Klorl'lii. 'IhlSeptember
will 5153. ( I"a lot .
and uncle John vice (>
her collectors fora
$1.A
Freeman.
June Hall and Jerome Johns Mr. and Mrs. A B. Bfl Revisited Creme Shampoo, !Set A llulrctit pay blemished end l for an-} tendency Kftle: HI t .Ken, tthoHu rHHlilnnev IM :31M.) 1 U, I'M'iOFKlrl.
were guests of Mr. and Mrs who are still visiting friends Mr. and Mra. Douglas Johns' minimum of 40 bushels. of toward souring .- a tendencyvery Hooper ..Mlrert -noklvn, Now York ( \f. PKAT.: ,\.1.. ThoniBH.Aa .
$I.10.: Beauty
Ruby stud ('nurt.liv .
You lire required to Hppeiir. on f: rk t.(
Maurice Edwards at their cot there. Elizabeth says she enjoyed Baker In Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. Shnppe. sound slush pine cones shippedor prevalent during rainy I Oitiilier 1711,. l IPI"). In I the iihuve ll'iven, Citiatiy neniily' Clerk

tage on Jacksonville Beach last the plane trip which took onlya and Mrs. J. R. Kite visited Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchardof brought to the state forest weather. Carefully \vnn and cut I nnniedourt. a.tI. l rmiiia. wlii'rci ln Ally fm, I'lf, S IC 4t lll-T,

weekend.Mr. day and a half. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hart In Bradford County. to George service nursery at Olustee Residents off stems to flenh pat t of fruit '

Frank Durshlmer Boys & Rirls rain coats for Oklawaha last weekend. of northeastern Florida and remove akin from ntem-end !
and Mrs. ; F. Young of Bradford County --

and family and Mr. and Mrs.E. school 1.9!)8 at TU \1P'S. Miss Calara J. Lehman. a missionary Lots 7 and 8 of Block 22 and who desire further information down. Halving or slicing maybe !
regarding; the collection! and sale!! done, but KOCH DRUG STORE
sweet whole tenderfigs
W. Coolbirth were visitors to ,,1111's. \V. B. Sewell spent last from India Is!! visitingher Lotj 1. 2, 7, 8 of Block 2in: | i
of sound slush
( pine cones to the .
brother Paul M. Lehman of I II I present a very attractive appearance
St. Augustine Beach Sunday aft :weekend In Leesburg visiting relative. the Town of Lawtey Fla. '
service may either write or when served. Puck
at

ernoon. ''1'joined.. While nor there two line daughters was Starke.Mrs. T. B. Barrow returned to I Mrs.the Glendale J. H. Morris Hospital' Is confinedto In Palatka phone \\It I'. \V. T Green. Nurseryman :'I once Into suitable containers and I DRUGSPatronize
Mr. and Mrs. H. .L. Brownlee by at the Olustee Nursery with : CUT RATE
cover n cold medium
her home In Boston Ga., Moml..yaftpr sugar
visited relatives in Lakeland Fri Gayle, from Orlando and Virgins where she! underwent an Persons Mho know of slash pine : Peeking without I
syrup. !
a two weeks' visit with Mr syrupor ,
She Is the
who is teaching ut Pompano operation Tuesday.
day. They were accompaniedhome cone-bearing but do not
and Mrs. L. A. Rennolds areas i with dry sugar Is not recom
i former Miss Annie \Mae Thorn
by Mrs. Madge Futch. who Beach. have the time to collect thecones ) I\re-
Red FrexNbiMUt I'rnng Fantem mend'd.I I Your Friendly DniR
has visited several weeks In Mrs. C. H. Jackson had as her ., ton. themselves asked to I
are
>fl Binders. S3o each Brail- I Lonn'e' Crawford. Jr.. and Miss \Make' freezing syrup \in advance -
Lakeland with Mrs. T. N. LJm- /guests last weekend her son and contact the Florida' Forest Service I Trade At Home With Jacksonville Prices( t tFRIDAY
furl County Telegraph.Mr. < Velma Hare visited Mr. and Mrs. and chill in refrigerator
baugh. i diiughter-In-law[ Mr. and Mrs. ,
office at Lake the District
| City -
and Mrs. Roy Matthews C. K. Baxley and Mr. and Mrs I before .1 lnK. Add 1 or 2 tablespoons
pi.90c Morris Jackson and lion of Jack- Forester said. Foresters of
Carter's Rubber Cement, 1 .
and Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Hood W. S. Crawford of Jacksonville' lemon or lime juice to & SATURDAY SPECIALSLifetime

BradforU County Tele sonville. and son. Jim of Palatka were of last week.A. I the service!! are being Instructedto each quart of cold syrup to help
Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Hill visit Tuesday
to locate which I
graph. I I try areas In
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. 1C. L. Brown of Richmond. Va.. hold flavor. Use just enough
ed in Tampa from Monday until the cone crop will be In sufficient \- "
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. anj
Tyua Dowling Sunday. spent several days here visiting I syrup to cover fruit. If fruit

family spent last weekend visit. j I today. Coach and Mrs.\ L. J. FXinder- his brother-in-law and slater \Mr size to warrant Its gathering. tends to flout In syrup a pieceof I

ing relatives In Pensacola and i i weekend Mrs. Q.with L. Thomas:Mr. and spent Mrs.I II last K.i burk visited \Mr. and Mri. T. J. and Mrs. A. D. \Martin. I H. A. Bitnningham. Management crushed moisture-proof' pnper $1 Berkeley WATCH BAND 39cAll

Chattahoochee. I i I, M. Davis. On her return she Funderburk in Brooksvllle taut : Gotham (;old Strip nylon Chief with the state!! placed in air space umlvr lid of

Miss Madge Brownlee left weekend. agency said that the .slash pine container, will keep figs sub
'hose STUMP'S!
was! accompanied by Mrs. Mamie at S'LORJ. I Shades:
I I Mrs. J. W. Jones and Mrs. Lula b.. "merged. Freeze .
Wednesday for Tallahassee where I crop appears to very scantyall / Immt'.lIlIt..ly.I
Miss Velma Hare returned to
Anderson who has been the
she will shcool at FSU. i I guest Powers of \Maxvllle were shop over \Florida this lie Quality In tile finished product '
begin j year.
I lot Mrs. Davis for u week. i New Orleans La., Sunday aftera I 60c Chen-Yu Nail POLISH 29c
In Starke last I IK determined the and -
ping Friday. said that unless sufficient slash by care
Mrs. Bertha Pearce spent last j i: Lorraine DuBose'and Mr. and I weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Friends of A. V.". Redgrave will | pine seed can be gathered or rapidity with which all '..r'.esH..sprt'puratlnn
:weekend in Jacksonville as the Mm. Dave Penayer were weekend I Lonnie Crawford and family. .
regret to know that he Is con purchased from seed dealers theplannt'd In and freezing are -...,, .
guest of her daughter. Mrs. Mary guests of Mrs. C. E. Beam Mr. and \Mrs. H. B. Sullivan
fined to the local hospital due to 1950-51) record of curried out. '
and family. were guests of Mrs. C. M. Hudson crop Wildrflt-: $1.2;) Jt'rk
Lane.Mr. ( 60c
and Mrs. \V. H. Nollman Giuiruntwd miwhlnrleN* or colJMate Illness. and family in Jacksonville.On I seedlings will be reduced considerably. I Split but non-soured figs or

have returned to Starke after $l.O. Kn\v .J,>ltn.*' Ueuut} Rgt. John Anderson reportedto their return they were accompanied -, Every obtainable )pound snt'l-rlpe figs may be peeled.pureeti \ r( 1 HAIRBRUSH
the the Orlando Air Base Wednesday Mrs. Ida 'of seed will be put Into use at mixed with the correctpriportiIn CREME OIL
spending summer In High. Shi |>|KFriends-. by George t \ j jc
after enjoying a 30-day furlough the nurseries, the Management I .
of and
lands and Ashevllle N. C. of Robert L. Beam who visited In Jacksonville last' sugar packaged 4 lml
here with .. Chief Id.I I ami (
Mr. and Mrs. Graham Sale of son of Mr. and Mrs C. E. Beam his parent.fl'\ week 8n / and frozen for lice later in {

Valdosta Ga. of and \Mrs. A. W. Anderson Sr. Donnle Crawford returned ice cream for sundae d"" 'MMlnj{
were guests Mr. will be Interested to know that Hugh '
c \ ) ; Jerl4
Friends of (flOe Wild rootSHAMPOO jc
and Mrs. Guy Sale last week. he has received a recent promotion Mrs. F.malyn Mathews to Tampa Sunday after spend and other dessert, dishes "

Guests of Mrs. J. B. Sapp Sat. to corporal. Cpl. Beam Is the former Miss EmalynMorgan I ing the weekend with his parents I FISFI'N'S Or the puree may be measured HAIR TONIC
of ) ?
urday were Mrs. Donic Moore now stationed In VVnjIma Japan Starke. will be Interested \Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Crawford. cnnked thick, and. < then sweetened 1 I

and Mrs. Bud Monk and childrenall with the 61t AC&W Sqdn.. of to know that the now resides Mrs.' J. H. Ritch of Gainesville \ FUN C2 1-3 cups. of sugar per quart I j

of Gainesville.Mr. the Wajlma Air Force Detach !! In Ocalu and is employed InMcCrory's visited friends In Starke of pulp) cooked again to the de- I both 59c ]' both 99c \) /
Store there.Mr. .
and Mrs. Roy Turner. Wednesday.Mr. nil ed thickness, and then canned )

Misses Mary Ella Turner and ment.Miss Betty Jean Robinson of and Mrs. Charles Harris and Mrs. B. C. Brantleywill I i eady f:"r u-p as n. "prend for '

Carol Gunter and Mrs.! Peggy Jacksonville was the guest of Jerry and Betty Lou Harris left return to their home In Angola toast or hot biscuit or n dellI'lous -

Tilley visited relatives In Val I Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn for last'edn..sdIlY for their home In Ind. Saturday after spending i fllliiiK: for layer cn keB.I .

dosta Ga., last weekend. the past week. Washington I>. C., after visiting/ two months here with Mrs. I

frienils and I datives In Klorldn Brantley's mother !Mrs. Cjrlile! ;-; $3 BATON (Small) - 1.25
I
for two week. Colson I Well time has flown by again Yes, it'," I rule! cnn buy II

I). 1 Kite, Airman USN. and son :, and here comes a few more talon lintinl ni'xv 1I.lnlol..n ")'''f,.T..n.*
Every Branch of < Lonnle Crawford and 1 his guest of flnh'n. Many many fisher-1 I Deluxe. I'orlaliln Tjpeuriler fort
Perry Kite of Starke hllC been
Miss Velma 1.75
Hare spent! Tuesday 3.75 BATON
rnnsferrcd from the Naval Auxiliary of last week sight-seeing In St. r men were by this past week i t only llifi!) ( lav- liu'linleil. ), IteKit- (Large) -

INSURANCE Air Station Miramar, Calif. Augustine. HU..V quite u few fish ratight I Pit. F prl.'e SM' 1.21 )'.'" mi\e !*'-''.--

to the Naval Air Station at Pcnsncoln. SIX nice ones myself. Tho joke I 121. \\i' 111''"' ernlockiil, imi. l |

.- ---- .. Dan River dress, lengths 75c wile on Dad I did all the rnhirn 1 2 Tubes 33c
!! Kite entered the Naval my ; hue liivetilory llru.il-1. Rayve Shampoo -

1k service in May 1919. per yard. STUMP'S: STOKK.: paddling caught four of the i I lord ('"iiu, 1) Teli'Kruph.( ,

Mrs. VT., Jackson and sons bass. ( Moral of that "Hack |I :
SPP tHe story
H. C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE new dresses! 5.95: Billy Tom and Marc visited, Mr.
seat
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at driving always gels results. -
STUMP'S: DEIT. STOKE.
and Mri Frank Weaver In Willis- .") 13. 3 1.1. |SuIt inns i i !
James A Peterson Miss Josnphlne ton Sunday. I Mi1l. l.l.lM Mill I h. "'" ..lv".1| i lv. I
PHONE:' 146 Peterson the City 1'iillnell of tin i'llv nf
And \Frank Rosaer ,
Mr cud \Mrs. W. \M .luck ion Here's. "Mtuik, I II lie, .
Tr.. a story of a nice catch lIt i-lty Hull\ In /Hluiko.: I i Ei49 .
left .
last week for Hamburg and son, David of Jacksonville\ h lurlilH, mull 1 t ill'") l .M I. ,111 TMKHHV .
Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- La. After arriving there I from Hampton Lake. The .story <| iiitnlter:, :: I 17, 1,1'j.*, ,HI i whit
were guests oflfr\ Carl Jack- I was made Labor Day but It is tllllH, Htld, |>'lilee nil! .tihlM. ietveil! ,' !
forcer will then continue on to son !last weekend. I Vlll I lie |ulllelv. ">|1.,1, ii",1 ,' I
; still! worth telling. Leon and It. ro"1 ,
his station In Taxas. He was recently nliMlil. on i lh< fnlluulnir\ UIMI I I
------ -- ---- --------- -- Friends will be Interested to i N. Hall of Hampton, went out fret a., I I I.,. f Ias N, I". ii........t..
CHlleil to Staike by the know that. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. : Menalk., riiiUlinl., I null :.t ru.,,(
c death of his father. F. W. Ros- i with fire in their eyes. Came xlillho., < .lenrlim. 11. he il...ne l.. < ,lit,
I' : I Broadway .and family moved home with the fire cooled drag. 'I"he' "Illil 1. I I'lly limelMn I Ih.I "Illtlll, to,
see James and Josephine Peter- from their home on Water Streetto I u.-. "|1"t .HI. rejeel lilty, ,11 nlI.hl\ : >_ $1.25 Caroid & Bile Salts 98c
1 Z. 0, A 4 and -
glng a ,
--- 'ton will visit their "I tl'r. Mrs. I / a a a a I'ltv! "J..r. ,,' k. |'l.rlilii: ,
residence
a on the southeast I : :
Alice 3 pounder plus ( now get this) H\' ''iirl, ,., i'llCluck:
Strnhscheln
FOR SALE: 1'aed radio, phono. foil nEST: Klirn. home. 4-rniH.. A In Hamburg. corner of South and Cherry Sts., i four small ones Doesn't that flU .11 I 10,7,

graph, portables. 1.9S up. ,'hno.C hilI I h. F1e.'t. I let* Il1 gIll MIOVH, Billy Wetherlngton. a recruit last week. 59c
HhephorH. Kadloi Heal (:overN. Apply 3cil 1'. Water "t(1'\( it \Fort Jackson ', story just make your hand Itch ... I Ireult <'..",.. Ii.v.1,1 f.ri I.inititr, 75c Bayer Aspirin 100's -
S. C.
Mr and \Mrs.
Court & Madison. 3t.. IfII.DKIIt spent a Robert Jackson for the feel of a pole? They V-lnrlflNl l" t hnnei>r>. ,
XK\V 8lnirr Sewlnir. Maehina,1] three-day pass recently with and children of Keystone HclghtJ I yViithnnv. .H.. cirri.. I'lnlmirr' "..
nnil.l.lMli 10 .'... caught them on shiners. I '11.ltd'I.I ... rirrl., ,. ..
WKI.I.'' .h & Trmx lira Mvaltnhl In Ills parents Mr. and Mrs. I. B visited I I X'Ti-niLinl "
Mrs. Carl Jackson Sun .
Ni. 7S2I.tlrilrr .
I lhl No.1 Inn only I Ii rnIih Hlnxer SELTZER 49c
2-, 4-. 8-1.;; well. A pump "..win I( "Mm'bin* f.o. HU N. Mar I \ He wan. accompanied by I IVllkle. ..l luhlleiilliH I anil \<.lleitinenr. > 3.. 60c ALKA -
... .. ... day.Mr. Just a few more choice stories .
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Installed' .1. l..n tit.. l.nk. riiy, i.-iu. Phone u friend (len,. Palmy also '. and Hint or Klitrliln foi
a remit Mrs. Joe E. Wilson '
Phone 13, or Wrlt, 101! sIn( writ or vlnlt tmr chop < urHalnM from out our way. Messrs (Orl-I ( ,1,1' lierllll" 3 Clfil I, i% Ito i*< I"..hl.1, ,
J. .'. Ill ItE'I'I'Macdanny. A "Servlea ear will vMtyour lit Fort Jackson. Miss returned to their home here! uililieNH" IH 112 L'nil, 141 Ir..1.1 lemny, ,
Kin.. S-miyr home ner and Martin of Ralford came City' fl, .Vi>w Jersey 61c
If SAL HEPATICA
III..n| r..t. Opal Smith of Lake Butler wan Tuesday after spending several out with a 9 lb. bass by usIngshiners. You in.. rvqiiiretl:; ,I 1 to npneiir on 70c -

.'(oll 8..r1'0",1.: .. rn,"" & also a guest of the Wllkies. weeks with Mra.' S. T. Dell at Frank Foureau of Jax flltiilier,. I 17'10., I IIM'I, I III i lh< ..ll.ineimmed .
YOUR TIMBER: Court anil CHUM I tvh'-uMn I I
SELL ihonoKraph., Pan liv seen at It. B. Philip John Rager Jr., boat- Kingsley Lake. plaint' 3'? ereks .
Alvnrt-4 caught a 7 lb. Jack on shiners.L. illvnrei. I IIt'II"r,1i
A HonVHn
NOW hIghwayS I'hniiD. luuiMa on Jax iwsln's mutt. 2-c. USN Is serving \\If 1''. and !Mrs. T J. GriffIn spent i <'''iintv THi-Kim.h. i KhHll? I I |iulill ii.h $1 JERGEN'S LOTION 89c :
Cash Prices Paid 910.1. tf D. Paul of Jnx caught: a 10 Ib t IhlOrder I I In II-XI. I treelllv I l-NIII-f -
Highest with the Florida Group of lint we'kend'Ith Mr. and Mrs. 2 oz. bass on a plujr. It looks Wlln,... inv himI, "n.1.| ,.rrl""I., I ,',,I Int
: SAVE $24 on. new Hentlnffton port. the Atlantic Reserve Fleet. He N. T. Ritch of Miami. On their t "Klnrke' l-'liirlilil, Slits "Hi-iteliilier| ,
IuiiN; BULK typewriter. For limit WILL art H.*lllnir thi* new 3'Tone deluxe Is the husband of Mrs. \MarthaM. return they were accompanied by but plugs came home with the (OPKICfAr.. 11.\1\ A. ,I TlKiiiiilH. DEPEND 1h' PRESCRIPTION SEKVICEPHONE
OR IN UNIT iiu>l. ( rric. $m.I7) fur only 10ilnx Rager of 252 Walnut St., little Diane Rltch who will visit / A. Clerk of. ..,1., 4 "..rl. ,
Inel.). Terms If .....Ir..d. See biggest/ ( Moral : "Keep plugging/ It ly ilnvfn (ronby, r>ettutv c|1-rk
Ttrudford County, Telegraph.MAflllNKM __ Starke. with them for two weeks. >' and bring home the bacon ah Xaeh. I I. I IXiiiKliin. I, mm. I l.tneh I Illilir, ,,! .;3 Free Delivery, PHONE S3 !
EDWIN W. PECKOr J..k."vlll. .
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Jordan Sr., I.MII., A" :Miii'k II I'ui.Sit
John W. TurnerP. PIHSO -'(>Il SALK: Ladies rain coats l.!'S at fish that Is.) aim K.: It.'It v.r, ,liu'kHiiiivlllii, ;. "Klii
New KHtnliitftoii ittoileln un low HM STUMP'S 1)EPT. STOKK.K. of Ovledo Fla., and Mr. and 1011''*. S Ally. for I'lf. !I. "in 1 41 l III i IeSpne i
O. Box 463 $120. (Pills. tax). Teriiix, If d..nlrei|. L. E. Jordan. Jr.. of Boston.
Gainesville Fla. ItrHilford .'..II"ly IVIeirruph.. -_ C. tImes! returned to his Mass." were guests of Mr. and Here Is a nice" little story"Ma" ne---------------------------------- .---------------------1

,''tlit I'I.'L" : Ira M. Apuderjion, home here recently after a Mrs.' T. J. Griffin and Mrs.. Carrie Baker was out shiner fish 2 IIURNKK: ;
Send postcard and I ,...,.ty. 54-ilere faiis, & ....( month's vacation In Hot Springs.Ark. ing. All of you know ,what sizea ;
me a prn'j Hitch last weekend.

will come see you. .510e.....t. 2.hides.Iaea. ..goI 2" I".n.H "n .. Mrs.. S. 'r. Dell returned to hei hair honk Is. I.o and behold KITCHEN CABINET] OILHEATERS I

IIIC. : 2 mi. tll New Itl".r ,,'" J'Olit Curd somethingbent her shiner polealmost
Printer $10.85 complete. home in Gainesville.dne..dIlY
A', mI. tn Luke Itutl. This. Is a to the breaking
"ery leo",1 huy Itt :1.811": J. J. llruilford County Tele-' after spending the summer atKlnRRI..y point I

SIJWAXNEB: Auction fOl'NTT...1.I.IVKXTOrKMAKKKTr .L *...." W.d.> ('rum.. .. Hr"k..r; "11',11., :If. ('artar. graph.Gtiextx. I LakeWeekend Shortly a 3-4 lb. pound shell-! l.iir"I'lour/ ; I'in:\

Owned & operated hv J. r>. 001",". IWland laIeaniin: I.I_ W. Indtt Ave.; cracker was boated As fish j
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Kla. 4-1 FIJi. tp9l0i'l'I nf !Mrs. Bertha Pea' visitors of Mr. and Silverware Drawer)
flak 1
Llva
Jr., Ph 2IOM. goes that Is small Hut on a .
Mr' Mrs. Gene Long at Klngnley 1 ".. citlilitet nuufe tft l iok '
recently E.
( IlKNT: 1-rm. garage apt. llunHiove were and \Mrs R. No. 20 hook and small
rSP: :) > TYPrTWRITERW FOR 8AT.K-. henierN. eleet. rtrltc (. Lake wt'reIf\ I'' and Mrs. V TH"ynoWrt a pole" I (;rtC'I'ry( Storage
and
Smyth children and
.ood
: Sally .
virrtasS.rond. t
I Royal .td.5.ln.( \ hafh. Mm. U.: Hlmnifinx, 214 W. stile In nil) riMiiii.. hiss tlitrjct
.. 8111. ALSO I rimlnntoniiort .. Madison HI lip Rex of New Orleans. La.. Mr and daughters Suzanne OU.-WIIY. Space for Dishes!'
llchtly. ) u.I. Ilk* >*. Everyone out won-i
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and Mrs. W G. and Cindy j liiirnen. Mo.l"mIn
Tele.raph.. Godwin of -
110.: Pradford County W \ rI'RE&'K14: WANTKII: I or 2. tleru, where all the runic wnr Gainesville and' Mr and Mrs I'M; New shipment Indies' shoes 1 ,1 lii'Hulnr 6930 Value !
i'nrilM'' drill.I i .. ., .. are hiding1 out.Vl! have the I <|. .>I.1111.SALI' ; .
12uk. itotiil tij. < .11! Calnen.vlll Ensor of Ju< ksonvlllo. 294' at STUMP'S STOIti:
WANTED .* I IHt4 ar *.uir exri. tiMM IiI i greatest number of Inkes In thin

I ft in RP.STI.r./ .... cinfurn., h I'flI'l'e .
I 5 500 11111')1., i |i' 'i ii"iigius -
Turpentine Leases! HKhtu A w"'r.I.: r farmer least of the wardens "Set uning"

WILL ALSO BUY Cherry.M.irkft.'HI.Mr. ..Mlarke.It. A. .Vewnoni out our way in having n 1\\.- mire In ...'.* tlieni!

I I II III ill holiday. We wonder If p"s<
N'j :1 :.i 1 t':7AiigIJ: ; !
YOUR TIMBER 1 uli for $In i-arp-nler;: i : a lartr AI-MO*.* Mmi. ,*, .wtntal.&- ,.. ; a few of our lakes could be i

In Bulk or Unit ,hurst'lIbl"1.Tourlxl.M<' trailer I'tnirt, .|lit iHei. *.loo.',,,atH I checked more S often C ?S See V* Thin Week About Opening Your Account!

With or Without Land rIng. HtirkeII 1-1. )t) llmllM l l'hone 3tpl07 I II I[ Saturday Sept. 21. Tues. & Wed., Sept. 27 & 28 So Ion If. friend, Just remember -:---u.. 4in

WRITE CALL DOUKLE FEATURE J DOUBLE FEATURE; -' '
or \\ .A.NTKD, Jol h.iiixrkncinnir. 1'r;; 8'' : Fish and relax" "Fish.

PARRISHPh. rtuya nwuek. KMMI: ""rd nbr..k. wr JASCI a and have fun" Knjoy a natural 5-pc. DINETTE SUITSSOLID
W. rt. 2, box 34..\. Htarhe. lip ; i; God
Fred fulT given sport

3 Lawtey Fla.Ftirnl 4AiiI: i.l 'K Hivr: fin"ii.. tin i 1'.1' 4 p4
month. .Mr.. \\'. A )' DUD) ,
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Maillxon I ('terra. Mhnmnnii, H.-l & \JSIII.: '
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'at 233 TempU Ave.we ,< .'dK' SAL.K: c..flre1.. lilurk, machIne. > > M*. NATURAl "FINISH ALSO WIIITK; FINISH
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:Make aXhl"l lililK.. licka l 81ttfxIO ; "
.... .5 _.11 .:.0.... w.,rtn... .ohtninev l>lf>ckN. Makenlflealehlninv Consists of extension table and
.ItKS ftft(..\," S4S II.:. 41a30, : > ''. Helling .nernunt poor _.. tiltil IltIlli I
health Price I't'lS. ; Itay l"oreythe, AND four leatherette chairs.
>. .. rIt', SON OF DRACULA EXPERT
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Iwo 2rm. Apt. I Shot Jesse James
Arn wlrom'. Mr. t:. !I. Kinnj-jr, l.''Ht ...\I. :: J.UrtJrm.. lilA home. I UOWII.T! HAKtJAIN: -
209 X. Cherry ft. \"P dry shady tot. Mot wster heater Also!' Cartoon & "Batman & I'r.Mt" K rlri'ulatinir. Kpac hatr, Sreeiiei adoChu. A. J9..J0 Value
lii'tnilar !
Fj'ji"j;; ;; LJr. t..lu' V.1t .'..r,1, '.1''''. por-n. harffwnoil floor Furn..runr".n. !Robin" Serial I Also! Latest News!'
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T. J. Orlffln.oll 2tp *O U0l 1.esyetle H.. lip I 'a'

,.' KKNT: "',,t. I to Jun. !I' l*riceKlnrnlcy Font J-IAI'K'/ house on ....... lot. S SUn & Mon.. Sept. 25 & 26 Thurs.!' & Fri.. Sept. 29 & ;30 I 4 4 SALK. .; .50 IMtICK.;
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nl.-!.>ull'.. Hture,, St..rke. Uptmrr 3rp9.30 I I.2..

<< Collrr H..t.l %.....,. lit *. FOIL HKNT:: : Heveral tarnished. a4 ., ::-v.- 29.95 n \Vet-k !
Walnut .l. Pkoii* 2.I .'\ .. A IIroomtartm.n.... Modernfonvenleneefl. ...
.*illlful J.hedrm. hou.S unfurn." p.n.l..c..4: yard with
nice ri .lrl..ntlal n.lchh"l ho.>.|. ....". lawn. Prefer people with atnall DAILEY i I % Now Is The Time To Buy Blankets On Denmark's Plan !
venlvnt to rh. Two Klns.l"y I.skl'.! rhll.lren. 301 r.. O. C. Wynn Ka..l epa Budget
lake-frnnt hom.., furn 'Iso turn Blarke. '-l tr

unfurn.promptly apt ,. IIM for >,prompt:.ur r..nIprop.ty .. FOR HALK: 20-A.-... farm .oo4atrawberry I HOlM SERVICE IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

vie.I IF l.nU. 4-rm. b..nil'.. -
.r.j llghtn. fruit tre*... Hee Mr.. Pr".. JOAN CRAWFORDtiD
''K sALE: II cu. ft. ifiant rl&pA"- colt between llraham .At BrookerTurn C.
Phllco r.rrlc..raor. only. 1 .. ,left off stat. 1 IM<< II. It pi 33rABH ROAD I Denmark Furniture Co.
(down'. II. pmt.Naiworihy All! deIiiSS U..n..r.1 r..tllr.)ap. flAMINGO DARE DEVILS ShepherdAt

pile.. T-J fVANTEOPalnltni .....ardl.PAID.,., for of old ave. Colt or condition r.volv.rc. Also Latest News & Iarth: OF THE CLOUDS II

\ : of anv kind Writ. me what you ha.. for vale I Cafe", Service Station( PHONE 151 :''JTAR .:. FI.6 ..\.
Of Time" KuLt. IvInCHton Mao (CUrk
... r. W. Ingrain. BuS 1713 NewSmyrna
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FRIDW. SKPTKMnER: 23.
1910'
PAGE; FOUR BRADFORD 'OUNTY TELKORAPH.: STARKK. FT-OUin,
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r '' '6 '9 B&PW Club Met WSCS Meeting Held I joying this bountiful dinner were I Ithe Methodist young! people has with a peanut Outdoor boiling last Thurs
Saturday night. games
Mrs Paul Shields and two chil- been postponed until day were
Monday Evening ; Monday Afternoon I HAMPTON dren, Mrs. E M. Prevatt and evening October 1. at eight; o- played until 10:00. o'clock. Then

Mrs L. J. Kite Jr. Starke. home of Mrs\ Mary boiled peanuts .were served to ,i.
Planned 1 all of clock at the
Teen Dance .
i | 1 The WSCS of the Methodist By Mr M. C. SweeneyMISSIONARY DInklns. I bout 53 young people from ]I..n.

I of the 'Church held Its business and program I Mr and Mrs. L. A. Wynn have Cook have tey, State Farm, New River anal|
The September meeting! Mr. and Mrs Alva
... meeting in the church Mon- : : SOCIETY been recent dinner guests of Mr. Starke.
ProfessionalWom"n' the peopleof
and and
/ Starke Business
Lawtey
moved to
day afternoon with Mrs. W. O. I Hostess to the WMU on Thurs- and Mrs. J P. Hazen of Ocala extend to I
Club was held Monday and vicinity
Lawtey Don't forget Prayer
Hallo President, presiding. The I day afternoon of last week was and also visited Salt Springs. On I Meeting:
Recreation -
Residence June Caldwell offue evening In St. Edward's meeting was opened with the Mrs. T. E. Simmons. Mrs. Fred Monday Mrs. Wynn visited Mrs. them a cordial welcome. every Wednesday night at 7 v,
Is the meeting I
Ph. State Farr 43 Editor Phone 29 Hall which club. new The President ,song "More Love To Thee", followed I Whidden had charge of the pro- T. E. Duncan in Gainesville. Eugene Lanalr of Miami is and church Sunday morning ,t',1,,i
of the Beulah .
j place Mrs. Corinth Church. ,
with prayer by Mrs. C. D. gram and the subject was "All Friends regret to hear of the visiting his aunt night at Ev n.
Mrs. Pauline Torode, -
------ presided
6 I the Secretary's minutes Williams of Tampa. Mrs Her- Things In Common." Thirteen serious illness of George WRnhme Revels one welcome

MYF Party Enjoyed WMS Met TuesdayIn were ; read by MIssj! Della Rosen- bert Deal was elected a member ladles were present, and officersfor who has been confined Mr. and Mrs T. L. Wainwright
of the Christian Board of Educa- the society were elected for for the past ten days in River- and Marguerite and Dan Wainwright .
Church I berg and the Treasurer's report 1111's.F..ank In and ??
Saturday Night Baptist ; tion. the coming year, which Include side Hospital Jacksonville, and were visiting Mr. Klorlilnl !. ('h.n.-rrr.V .
Officers InstalledThe The club dlscucseJ sponsoring Mrs A. Wood had charge of Mrs. Lizzie Simmons, President; wish for him a speedy and complete Rowe and Mr and Mrs. \ JIIIIIHM t'rmk. 1'lnliulff' VM. r'I.i ", .
.
each month Friday night dance ]last Crotlc n,'f,'i>ilnnt. CUM ,
Hall of the a / Macclenny Head :\;
Thp) Recreation the program which .was presented Mrs Earle Van Alstlne Vice recovery. During his Illness J D. Burnsed In ,.::1" .
Methodist Church was a very WMS held Its program andbusiness for teen-agers and high school In a most interesting manner. j President; Mrs. George Williams, I his mother, Mrs. G. W. Sunday.The order" of Publlrmlon. M..d| Woll" .,., l"
I ,, .
students. It was decided to have 'r"I' OP 1-lltlIllM ,.
lively place last Saturday even- I meeting at the ChurchTuesday Friday "Faith" was her subject and posters Secretary and Treasurer; and ,Rahme, Is remaining near him at eighth grade gate; an Interesting rliiia epos(tend I Crock, whose. recht| t t
dances
Ing. afternoon September 20. the first of these on I were ueed to Illustrate. She I Mrs. Earldean Whidden, Assistant :the home of her daughter Mrs. program at the chapel und address. In. .Mi>x 9e, Creek It., ,

The Methodist Youth Fellow- with 44 members and two visitors I night. October 14 in the USO I I was assisted by Mrs. F. H. Secretary. Mrs Frank .Charlie Dyal. of Jacksonville. I hour last Monday. T. L. Casey "h.You fcein are. New required.l Jersey' tn: apixmiIX I

ship was having a party. Upon I present. Building.Mrs. Mrs. L. D. Vinlng Mrs. C. D.I Thomas ,was elected Children's is the home room teacher .tolier J4h, IIM1! 'In the .ill, \ ,

the arrival of each member a The chairman Mrs. F. Loyree Hartmann statf'd'' Williams and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Home Chairman. All officers I.REX HROOKINS IIISCHRGF.D Mrs Pearl Blount entertainedfor naincil Court..! program Rex (
Brookins home Friday -
card was handed them Riving Instructions D. Beard Mrs. S. E. that the St. Edward's Club will pianist. will assume their new duties at I. arrived her daughter, Janet on theletter's Coiintv: 'Teleiriaph I rhn JI puhi\ ,:i,
ti I presented be glad for tho B&PW Club to .. from Columbia, S. C.. immediately -I fifteenth birthday. last this order In next 4 weekly 'INWltuPHfl -". .
tor amusing things the October meeting.
.
Spurki who gave the devotional. after his mv hand 1 and official receiving Army
do. I The subject of the program wall I use their hall for all meetingsand : I Legion AuxiliaryWill On Tuesday night, a State Mission Friday evening. Htnrkc. Klorlilii, this'" $'''1'1. ,M,,i iSHU. I..
discharge at Ft. Jackson His
functions.Mrs. Futch at- 21 Isis
One of the many funny Incidents "Study of the Baptist Work",. Program was given in the father, Orville Brooklns has beenIn Mr. and Mrs. L. H. (OFFI'IAT.; !' : A. J. Th-.t, ,_
the math Mrs. F Thelma Din kirn and Miss Sponsor DanceThe I Baptist Church, with Mrs. K. B. J tended the Crosby reunion last An .'lark'' nf said Cour'
: phoning Those
was taking part were
111 health for some time andhas Haven Crrmbv, Deputy (1"1.l '
and
teacher pretending tt was a rep- II. Beard, Mrs. Sparks and MisK. Pat Lambe gave a resume of the American, Auxiliary (! Watterson as program director. again been hospitalized. Sunday at the home of Mr I T Hy. Frank" lnnilriiin. "Slnihe., Fl."I., I IAtty
resentative from a radio show D. Tenly. district meeting which six mem- Legion Mrs. Raleigh Waters at Brooker.] for I'lf_ n-Si: 4t 10"1 i
Jones-Langford'White Font 66, "-II CLUB I
the local club attendedlast about eight-five members
bers
of There
and asking her to give the num- A number of families from were '\,'rlC'.1
The closing prayer was givenby held Its regular meeting September On Thursday September 15th,
,..
to en-
In St. The '
of fleas her cats. month Augustine. Hampton attended "FamilyNight" of the family present "1" Mhunt It lull* nrerntThlx
ber on
the Rev. L. D. Haines. November 20. the first 4-H Club meeting of the l Is to notify all when It .
will be hell on "
next together
meeting at the Salvation Joy the day '
.
There for the first Army were prizes "
Mrs Sparks President, presidedover 13 with the Jacksonville A membership committee was 1949- O School term was held at Camp last Friday evening A Mrs. Edwards of Starke Is Report and l made miplli Htlon. "
persons to return with their missions the business meeting. Mrs.I Beach club and guests are In- appointed by the President. Members Hampton School. Enrollment of local children: took substituting for Mrs C S. Par- the c'ount) Judas of )llr.idfurd ,r ?utv n,
group part for Final l>lN<'hnrK/ A8 AUmlntiator
completed.A \v. L. Andreu new Iy elected cards were signed and new officers -
for the .weekend. Miss are Mary Covlngton Elsie the fifth
vited In the program held at the Camp tin in grade. of the KHliitv <"if Q urittoiinir I
.
fitting climax to a fun- secretary, presided In the absenceof Madge Middleton la to discuss Hazen Jean Thomas and Jane for the club elected. Those Chapel. The Baptist bus will make an \ dHtuaKPdIonlM. .

filled evening was the deliciousrefreshments the retiring secretary, Mrs. F. with members of the school faculty Trawltk. taking office were Mearlie' Davis, evening run on Sunday arrivingat !92.1 4t 10-14 H.. HIli.clmlnl..IIIII

served by Mrs. M. Shaw. This being the last meet- a state Safety Drive whichIs The Charter was presented to President; Joanne Hess Vice Hampton friends enjoyed the the Church In time for the

W. Cressler and Mr. M. F. Ing for the year, various reportswere to be conducted soon. the members by President Muriel President; and Janey Rhoden Hicks hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Otis young people to attend BYPU
and family at a social and
Brown. Sec'y and Treas. Miss Dorothy
given. I Miss Elithe Collins of Jacksonville -
chairman or Gilhooly.
Mrs Lillian Ray,
Rev. L. D. Halnes Installed the Ross leader, then demonstratedthe peanut boiling held at their coun- I
Health and Safety, told] of a request Plans were made for a dance try home Friday night. spent Friday evening hereas I
officers for the new Theyare making of place mat .
P-TA Meets Wed.The year. from the Florida" Federa- to be given on Saturday. September the guest of Mrs. Joyce Futch
Folks from here have been pAaR Ii
Mrs) Sparks, President; Mrs. en-
tion for members to keep their 24, at 8:30: p.m., at the Aemrl- BABY SHOWER and family. I FL-
School PTA A. J. Thomas First Vice President joying the revival services held ,
Bradford High Mr. and Mrs. Roberts .
copies of Readers Digest Life can Legion Hall. ,Music will be The ladles of the communitygave George
of this ; Mrs. Beard Second Vice at Hellbronn Baptist Church
will hold its first meeting have been In Jacksonvillethis
to send to visiting
and Time magazines furnished by Uncle Ott and his
a lovely Baby Shower on
with
President the Rev. Franklin of Green
; Mrs Andreu Secretary;
year on Wednesday, September will ; week to see their new grandson. -
Chattalioochee. Mrs. Ray Florida Troubadors Membersand
Friday afternoon for Mr. and Coco Sun., Mon., Tuex., Sept 23-27
3.IS In the usa Mrs. V. V. Hazen Treasurer; Mrs Springs as the speaker.
28, at : pm .
collect them at her home! at 31A friends are Invited to attend. Mrs. George Wells' infant son
and teachersare H. A. Lawson Membership; Mrs Mrs. Mamie Clemons of Miami
building. All parents and send them Several Lawtey people have
Church Street on. Willis. Gifts were taken to Com- STEEL
urged to attend.A A J. Thomas, Program; Mrs. R. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. been attending the revival at the BIG
Hall and
then
A, Thomas Community Mission; Mrs. Desta Dyal Publicity Smart Shoppe MovesThe munity were plac- Leaston Wynn of Hampton Lake Hetlbronn Church.SUNNYBROOK.
feature of this first meeting Mrs. W. R. Morse and Mrs. E. L. Chairman asked that each mem ed In large boxes and taken to last Thursday evening. Baptist .- I I<<.ht. ;MHchuin, Jane GrerrAlso

will\ be a reception honoring the McKnlKht/ Mission Study; Mrs. L. ber submit one news Item before Smart Shoppe now locatedon the Wells' home. Mrs. Wells and Mrs. Ed Durban of had I cJ-I-: Buddy Itlrh Orch. "Short'
Lawtey
new BHS faculty members. For I n. Maine Children's Home; Mrs October 10. The Club's bulletin East Call Street, will move to baby son had only recently ar been recent
Starke rived home from the Starke Hos a guest of her parents -
Strawberries
I the convenience of mothers, a M. O Maxwell, Stewardship; Mrs The 1 West Call about October 1, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williamsand Meil., Thurx., Sept. 28 29
will be Issued on October 17. Mrs. pital.
nursery will\ be conducted for O. L. Llnson House Chairman Elizabeth Andrews wall appointed Guy H. Sale, owner stated this. slater, Mrs. M. M. Matchett By Wanda Crosby DOl'BI.K KE VTCRKLET'S :
of The new Circle Chairmen are Mrs week. The future location Is in BIRTHDAY DINNERJ. Mr. and Mrs.. Percy E. Griffinof
children over the age two Club Parliamentarian. LIVEA
B. T. Thomas, Mrs. Shaw and Mrs. the building vacated by Barks- W Prlester, of Macclenny, Jacksonville spent the weekend I

years. Roy Ward. Several State officers and 10 dale's Store on the southwest father of Mrs. Gerald Adklns was with Walter H. Griffin. Colonel Crosby of Linden and LITTLE
Mrs. Maxie Carter, Soda] Chairman new members are to be honoredat grandson, Gwynn Thomas, of 1
corner of Call and Walnut Sts. the honoree of a lovely birthday Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Hall spent
assisted by Mrs Ann Hutch- the October meeting. and la owned by L. A. Canova. dinner given for him at the Ad- last Thursday in Jacksonville Brooker, were visiting relatives hotly Lamarr, ICuht. Cummings|
Ins, Mrs. B. T. Thomas and Mr*. kins here one day last week. ,.tNDPhantom -
Try Dolly's First / Extensive redecorating is plan home on Sunday where he visiting an eye specialist
Hazen served delicious punch New President I ned, Mr. Sale said. was a .weekend guest Others en- Mrs. Marlon Reddish of Law-
sandwiches cakes and, mints. tey attended church here Sunday.The RangerWith
SUMMER The benediction wns given by Will Be Named I revival at Corinth Church

DRESSESRegularly the Pastor, Rev. L. D Halnes By Woman's Club PINE LEVEL was well attended. It closed I' TimIl'o.y:

Sunday. Twelve members were
2.98 to 4.95 j A Executive Board .. T Hv Mrs II. M. McRae added to the church. I
Auxiliary To ConveneThe I i special I Frl., Sat., Sept. 3O Or,. t
1.49 meeting of the Starke Woman' Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and

I Ladles Auxiliary of the I I Club haa been called for 4:15: Rev and Mrs. W. E. Hall are children were visiting Mrs Kl'I-1 i DOIBLK FKVTUUKPARTNERS :

Hoys ChambraySHIRTS Presbyterian Church will hold its I I p.m. Friday September 23 Iu1 I still in Dublin Ga., In a revival I ly's mother In Lake Butler. re- OF
''' meeting Dr. Clapp of Tnllah.iHsee cently. I I
first fall meeting on Tuesday the Club House.

September 27 at the home 01' The purpose of the meeting Is I I Hear Tom sliMle. lost a gas dither this weekvhlle spoiling filled the pulpit at Pine I Mr. and Mrs. J.V Thomas I THE PLAINS

St. 6-11 Keg. 1.39 Mrs. E. M. Davis. Mrs. K C!., to club tank on our Call Street Monday. fancy new class rings Robert Level Sunday for Rev Hall I I and children. of Brooker were \Mlh' \\ m. HojilAM
a new president.to
appoint I
49c Duncan will lead the devotional 'Penis he had several on a truck Beam at home In Wajima Japan !Mr H M. McRae spent several ; visiting Mr and Mrs. J R Kelly ) -

and Mrs H. V. Knight will have complete the term of Mrs. and one of the largest fell off was recently promoted to Corporal days last week visiting at the Saturday night.
.Tun III" Smith resigned; to consider home of his daughter, Mrs. Allen ,Friends and relatives I
charge of the quiz. as the vehicle moved over the 1 In Uncle Sam's Air Force regret to Strange Mrs.
bids for redecorating the bricks of our favorite road. Tooka [ Hall, In Jacksonville where Mrs. hear of Clinton Norman caking

SWEATERSMen's Inside and outside of the club wrecker to pick the thing up .: H. M. McRae Is staying. Mi, his leg while practicing football

Save Time Work building; and for Installing a again Notice the Tornadoes Our barber boy wild I I Bill Hall Is very much Improved andthl'Y recently.PEMT. Crane ,
I different of Mrs.
heating
I type expect to take him out of
made the front window at Canova's Mundy goes home from Shady- : "
( W. R. Morse, 1st Vice President this week. Really a nice crest tomorrow. He broke a leg I the hospital this week. BOILING :Marj"rl<' Lord Ki>l>t. Shu)n"I
and Money! I wishes to make a personal appeal Mrs A. J. Fender and children Miss Wanda Crosby and Jimmy :
layout of trophies and pix from horselng around at the poles I ALSO. SEKIAL
to all members of the Boardto attended the family reunion at Crosby entertained at the homeof I
prior The trophies were during the September 13 City
attend If at all possible. yearn. the home of her mother, Mrs R. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby I
Pounds Of Your
for basketball (two) and baseball election June Patel was buckat ,.
9 (one). Coach( Hobbs' boys the First Baptist Church Sun- L. Batten at Theressa Sunday.
Laundry Done In Cub Scouts To MeetA are out to win one In football day after several months In Pa- All the children were home ex.c..pt

this year Ed Simpson had latka. She favored with a solo one Mrs. Fender said they
\ Only general meeting of the par a BHS Boofltln' window at his with that lovely voice of hen II I I; had a wonderful time visiting together '.
y ents of the Cub Scouts of Starke I, .
I Gem Jewelry, too I I
Minute! It 1!*' will be hold at St. Mark's Parish Mrs. B. M. McRae and Mrs. J.

House on next Thursday!/ evening ; W. McRae spent last Wednesday WATCH
Washed Spotlessly I'nner.tand. wedding hells will ;Minnie and Al Redgrave's lovebirds I
40 September 29, at 7:30: o'clock. Fol- visiting Mrs. Lester Crosby of
89c to 1.49Child's Clean-Ready lowing this meeting the Dens will peal I out October 4 In Oracevillo Pretty Boy and Pretty Rising Suction
Girl flew the last Friday. 1 I
for Dr. F. J. Miller former State coop
To Iron! be formed and weekly den meetIngs Mrs\ Robert Myrlck and daughter FOR THEOPENING
., Musta tired of each other's I
Hazel Willis got
Farm and
89c 1.98 employee
to
Kathy, and Mr.
,I held. Boys 8-10 years of age and Mrs. O.
I The Bingo Games at St. Ed- | chirping. So far nothing! has induced W. McRae and
inclusive, may still join the Pack son Hurley,
b All It them to return from the
Cents I ward's Recreation Club attracted
St. Mark'sEpiscopal visited relatives In Jacksonville
which Is sponsored by
the usual crowd of enthusiast trees to the cage!' Heir Beryl
last .
S Sullivan'sDRY i 40 Costa! Try Our Church.Friendship last Saturday night. Lillian ( Casey is docked in that Lain Thursday.Miss Hazel Crawford of Heil-

Orltflths won the jackpot prize American paradise Cuba with bronn section
spent Sunday with
Service Soon! ClassThe a set of knives Other luokees his ship tho USS Macon I Miss Gwendolyn McRaeAirs. OF Tin; NEW & MODERN

GOODS were M. D. Warren stationery ( Hear Joan Carpenter pledged Robert Myrick and daughter -
Friendship Bible Class of donated by Cleone Dowling; Cappa Sigma over at the U of t'
Kathy visited Mrs Lester
117 West Call Street The Washeteria the Presbyterian Church will hold Janlo Avery two duckets courtesy this week which Pat McGrlff I Crosby and family Saturday.LAWTEY DRIVE IN RESTAURANTAT
Its monthly business meeting and the Florida; Lillian Grif pledged Sigma Cuppa thereSounds .

Starke Fla. social at the Kingsley Lake resi- fiths (again!) two bucks worthof I I like a transposition!
.
333: Temple Avenue I dence of Mrs. Lucile Mitchell on laundry per Starke Dry Cleaners I They're the only pledges we've ,

23, at 7 mCARPENTER'S 'I I far I I
Friday, September p ;; Rudolph de Waters one heard about so .
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,- ._---- -_.._..__..- .._...._.. I music disc from Dahmer's; Bob I II -- -
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'- ----- - --- Stefanelli, a basket of grub from :, \\llllam )'. llelntc. who resides
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I the club ;,:just beyond the Call tree bridge

CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S; CARPENTERS ____ I II I east of town reports that on several The adult members of the Baptist I

Beatrice (Mnneley. ) and John I occasions lately persons un- Church enjoyed a party at

I Jenks out New Orleans way hit known have dumped their unwanted the school cafeteria last Friday DIXIE MOTOR COURT

the Jackpot first try their kittens and pups almost evening. After playing games

Conlilwi/lf o. HALF-PRICE I first child was twins two lit- I on his dooiHtep. Can't keep 'em refreshments of punch and home-

) : tle ladles. At last report they hates to kill 'em, and If freed made cakes were served ON NOKTII T.II'L.'E.:: : .

weren't named yet the shock they're a menace to forest wild- Mr and Mrs. L. L. Wamwrlght I

was. probably too great Well I life, he a\eis He points out and mm of Gainesville attended VTVKKE, FLA.DTRTB .

editor Gene's gone on vacation, that there are seven highway church at the Baptist Church last

VASES SALE sn please 'cuse this column If ItI I leading out of Starke. and Invites Sunday I

ain't edited to suit you. Bear persons abandoning rats The Measuring Party plannedfor

SALT 8 IJEI'I'EHS with us another week If you can and dogs to use one of the other Saturday, September 21, by

We observe that Barksdale's six. Actually I suppose, Starke
ON A SPECIAL GROUP OFCANDY
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t1CARETTE; : HOXI.S < 6' ___ .
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( Is sporting a shlney new metal ,, needs a SPCA unit to take euro! ___.. ';

DISHES 1IU awning. Eventhough It's metal, of unwanted or unowned animal i
GIFT ITEMS at Ruby Johns'
I the contraption rolls In and out !

.. .. jus' like canvas ones Bob says I
It's alumlnlte and won't tarnish Saw my first Marke television 1 I

with age (wish I was alumlnite!) Wednesday down at Drlggeis I I BeautyJShoppeI' !
Saw Babe Ruth and Lou GerhlK,

Department Serves of the Yank take a 1929 belt Guaranteed Machineless
OUR Prescription
Ttu'lnm Dlnklnn, Pat Lambe game away from the Cards. I' Cold 4 50 :

You 24 Hours a Day Pauline Torode Marion Howe I Thought It funny the televisionso or Wave :
Loyree Hartmann and Mildred new the ball game so old. ,

Sapp attended the B&PW district I The TV show came from station Creme !
:
OUK Prescription Department Is meet in St. Augustine/ representing I WMBR-TV In Jax.: They're send- 1 1 50

the local club. All got souvenir ing out test patterns every. day ,1.50

For Your Medical[ bottles of water from the now so folks can adjust their i
Open Sundays nets in readiness for regular. tele-
Fountain of Youth but. shoot Set

none of those gals need It yet! cuts, which begin Oct. 16 ,... and Haircut 1 50 :

Needs Another souvenir, w.. stationerywith --- J """ ........' t
civic scenes of the oldest Tate rame early this yeiir! ," ': ....- These i

city An' speaking of the Seems Spanky McLendon (7( :
The Store Where You B&PWs they certainly have one years, second grade) and Mary \ + Specials i:

m Your enthusiastic member in the per- Katherine Wainwright (17 years F /fI Cood Thru

See Prescription son of Marion Faulk who com- second grade) consider themselves '. I October lath i

I Filled" mutes all the way from her new "that way" about each ." 'I. '
other. But this week Mary J<. I i 1''
home in Jax to make the meet- t
. Day CALL 64" Nite Ings turned down Spanky's proffered I ; ,
21 Hour Service ring because, as he reported' to "'. "i,:

Forget"*-niil<. to Doris Mon- parent Frances and Paul. "she's i '-J: _

crlef a brand new freshman at afraid people will laugh at us. I .MERLE :

'IT of F. She forgot to sign out Ain't" he added, "she's a sensible I NORMAN i

CARPENTER'SStarke.Fla. per the rules when she left the girl!" r1.. :
I' .COSMETICS .
Ii i dorm for home Sat. Remembered ". t

12:30: when SVell I'll see you tonight (Fri- Let IIH give you a FREE
same Sunday a m. demonstration of these t
in Williston and we'll watch Ask for Appreciation Day Tickets! fine _
preparing for bed. She and day) cosmetics aho\\1nll yon the| | ptopereareor
Store Phone u I If mama Eunice did a Paul Revereto the Tornadoes give 'em the old f your .kin. U..t forgetthe ,Mntunetra4:
The roller treatment ( I thin I I., FREE Z
Gainesville to correct the team! we and in no way obligates ysu :

f I oversight Our current crop hope!) So long to buv .

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FRIDAY SKPTCM11ER: 23. 1949 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. ".OHIO,' _____ !.'L1'!!'


and MITK'K plaintiff *<-.-kr illv' : '.. .tied other'
Miss Hilda Searing of Jacksonville Mrs. Floyd Howell Bon Forest Service Needs Slash Pine Seed
; Notlc. I I.. ht>rehv given thai rlty relief n n A D r* O It t>
was the guest of Miss Janet I Warren of Clewlston'and Nardy 1 I ,Coilii.-ll. of (the City of Htnrkn( him relief, flrndford County. Telegraph
Anderson last weekend.Bill Turner of Boca Raton were ov. Will Pay $1.25 Per Bushel For Cones .nilopiod a rpMolutlon provldlnut, I "I for nliall pnltllNh) (thin ird.-r In neat
four wet-It ly IfnueN.Wltneim .
the ron .trli ion of pavement" I. tiirhunnd :
Barrington of Jacksonvillewas night /guests of Mr. and M"S. ","It..r.. In Rlithlh'. ( sired l..lkf mv hantl ..nl ..rrlch.I..al. .
I If the Florida Forest Service Street nnd W"Mhl..lonv."tI... In at "'..rk... Klorlda, this' Mepletnliir,
Leslie recently.Mr.
and Mrs. Biggs
of Mr.
the guest I In going to produce enough slash I FRESH FIGS I nnlil. ,rllv I I In iiceordiinre.. i llher I *14. I l)49.OKr"U'I.M.! .
Charles Burton last Sunday. and Mrs. W. L. Whiting I tiiln I plum ami .npeelfleatloiiM. .lirepnrml ( WAIt/ A. J. Th'omaa,
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Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. had their guests last weekMrs. pine seedlings for planting by FREEZE WELL by Hohert. M. AnwaM.. rmiHiiltlnir ,A- ,clerk of attiC "Court
as landowners during the 1010-51 I' flvll engineer nnd for lbs Pv Haven I''i oNhy, tptny "'lerk,
Larramore will be Interested to H. M. Bertlne and daughter. I .jtHMi'HHinent of .a fair. proportion ofth William l I'. Morgan Fifth. Floor,
planting: Reason more Blush pine I Clark ..-keonvili. Florida' (
11V Uornthy Itimn, I-OHIH nnd IrnprovetilMntM tci thefrnntliiu 'Ir.'I'r..h. :
nov Gainesville.Mr. 10IIs
learn of
- that they are permanently Carmen. seed than It now has on hand at I : "tl nluittlnic I pmix-rty, Ally, for ,li-8! 4t
residing in Homeland. Fla., and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthyof llonii ncnxiimtrittliiiiK, 'I "wtiot's: further notlrtt( IH "...r..l.yIh..1 ) .
be .
I the nurseries will have to 4'lrenlt < ..... Hra"lard foonlr.
last Council of the
Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Sheppard. Mrs. Albert Cates spent Mr.\ Larramore Is employedby Klvnn thiClly
where Starke to Mr. and Mrs. Char found. J. Frank Lee. District Forester F'or those who are fond of froih, Cllv of $(.aike will mpt nt I the Klnrldni" 'I'"I! 4 hnn<*ery.Klvetto .
Sr.. had as their guests last weekend .with her parents In a chemical concern. Mrs. Lots 7 I Cliv Mull' In Htnrke. Florida, on i; l.ltllH. flnlullff.' vs. J.-
les Hardy of Starke -- Lake said this I .
.
at Can
City It IK nice to know that Lynn
ripe figs nip Little. Urf-nilunt.
7llu o'clockP.
weekend Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Sheppard Daytona Beach. to her ma- 11 diiy'' or S.-ptvnilivr at :
Larramore prior
and 10 of Block 36 in the NWQuarter week. freeze well and \r, I of henrlng No TtiSI. .
they he
"u I pttrpoNe
Jr.. and son. Pat, of New- flew Miss amy :ir"lllh .: ; Order' of I'blIe.CI.o.. 504. lotlfl*.. In
Little Elizabeth Allen .Inge two years ago was of Sec. 28. Twp. 62: tiny, and. ohjerlloilH. I lo the tnti'r.n.lIls .
District Forester Lee' said thpt noei'smble the year 'round In thehrrne \pfrttr. OtiiC w r S'I.rldiS l l
IIIVhlo'h) Him' 'nnil pliicpnnv
nan Ga. home by plane from Seattle Agnes Lewis. 22 E. [ Jennie, l.vnn ,Lulls. whose' renldenceIv
Range (he heardi
/ the Florida Forest Service will I Inli-rfMled I partv Itlliv ,
Mrs. W. Q. Halle returned to Wash., recently to begin school Chesterfield felt men's hatsat Mr. and Mrs. A. M.\ Blanchard al: I It Carl. .lohnu. City I Cltrk.. Taytoi-, .. >vin.North I I. Carolina'Von onDitolter
collectors $1.23:! bushel fora nriri'tiulred" to appear
a Thin Is the It IH done
her home here Sunday after a here again. She Is staying with STUiMP'S IEPT. TOIm.Mr. of Bradford County to George F. I pay way : I 17th. I 1114" In I the. ahovnamiil -
minimum of 40 bushels of ntpi figs' lire. perishable yetthey ... I'lri-iilt' 4 ourt.' llradfnrd CnunlT.Flejflilui I'onrt ii-nl' s'uu, wherein'
two weeks' visit with her son her grandmother Mrs. E. Free- and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsof of Bradford County Hr"Ior,1r..llnlV
Voting sound slash l In 4 NMnrerv.Hum Plaintiff i -"k illv"
pine cones picked up nhonlil he full nnil
and daughter-In-law. Mr. and man. She made the trip to Seattle Jacksonville were weekend The N 1-2 of Lot 1 and all of ripe Ill-Hen. 1'1..'"lIrr.. VK lOfflnOtirtMi. : Ti'leumnh"hull! .. piiltllah( .
I at the point of delivery by forest freshly cathrretl. They should irrter. In ,eat 4 weekly Ineiien,
thin (
I CIIHA S. TU1.n. .
\V. G. Halle Jr., In Miami. last July by automobile\ Mrs. A. Z. Town of i.-fenlnnl.
Mrs. guests of Mr. and Lot 2 in Block 22 In the service personnel. The service bi sorted for Imperfections orbUmixheH e.,.. ..f lMlllratli a..1 %.illrtfipenr. t. Wltiiemi im hand ai"l ."fI..I..I..1nt .
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hall Miss\ with her mother Mrs. Lee Allen Adktns at Kingsley Lake. Lawtey Fla. will collectors $1.RO fora ..tlif. .. .f Klorl.lM' .... Xtnl-kc Klorld.1. 'title SeptemberIS.

June Hall and Jerome Johns and her uncle, John Freeman Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Bake Creme Shampoo! :Set & Iial minimum pay of 40. bushels! of toward souring and for- any H tendency tendency Hooper Km: .'is initi-n Street. \\iion.i>*rooklvn rHNiiieui-e,'New' York P l" :aim. ( ; 154'loFFld.t.i 1110:,"., A. J. Thn'u'.

were guests of Mr. and Mrs. who are still visiting friends visited Mr. and Mrs. Douglas rut $1.\0.: Ruby Johns, IlinutyKhoppe. sound slash. Vim are reilllreU| to HlMionr on A* Clerk '>f paid. Court.Hv Cleric.Aity .
cones shipped I
pine very prevalent dur'ng rainy S I In th.I nhovvnamed 11-ivr.n Ci-i.nliy. I'enuly
there. Elizabeth she enjoyed October i 17th, i 4't, 1M-T,
says .
their cottage Baker in Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. Il-lU Maurice Edwards at or brought to the state forest weather. Carefully wnih. and cutoff Court, .nnd OHUHO. wherein for Plf

on Jacksonville Beach last the plane trip. which took onlya and Mrs. J. R. Kite visited Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard service nursery at Olustee. Residents stems to flesh pOI: t of fruit .
day and a half. B. B. Hart In to I
weekend.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. of Bradford County George of northeastern Florida and remove skin from item-end '

and Mrs. Frank Durshl-I Hoys' & RirIs rain coats for 'Oklawaha last weekend. F. Young of Bradford County .- who desire further information down. Halving or slicing/ maybe

mer and family and Mr. and Mrs.E. school 1.98) at STUMP'S. Miss Calara J. Lehman a missionary Lots 7 and 8 of Block 22 and regarding the collection and sale | done but sweet whole, tender KOCH DRUG STORE

W. Coolblrth were visitors to Mrs. W. B. Se-well" spent last from India. li visitingher Lo"s 1. 2. 7, 8 of Block 2in: I of sound slash pine cones to th" I figs present a very attractive ap-1 -

St. Augustine Beach Sunday aft- :weekend In Leesburg\' visiting rel1 brother Paul M. Lehman of the Town of Lawtey Fla. service, may either write or pearance! when nerved. Tack at I

ernoon. I atives. While there sne was I Starke. Mrs. J. H. Morris. Is confinedto phone Mr.V.. T. Green. Nursery. once Into .tillable containers and I
Mrs. T. B. Barrow returned to the Glendule Hospital in PRo CUT RATE DRUGS
Mr. and Mrs. H. .L. Brownlec joined by her two daughters man at the Olustee Nurs..ryP..rMonH cover with 'a cold, medium miKitr
her home In Boston Ga., MontlilYaft..r latka. where *he underwent an :
Orlando and Vlr- who know of slash pineconebearing without
visited relatives in Lakeland Fri, Gayle, from syrup. Packing nyriip
with Mr. She Is the
weeks' visit
day. They were accompaniedhome gina who Is teaching at Pompano a two operation Tuesday. areas but do not or with dry sugar la nut recommended. -

by Mrs. Madge Futch, wno Beach. and Mrs. L. A. Rennolds. former Miss Annie Mae Thorn- have the time to collect the Patronize Your Friendly Drug Store -
t'. tmrd
lIed PreMHboard. Prong ;
has visited several weeks in Mrs. C. H. Jackson had as her Rlmli-ns sac path Bradford : ton.LonnIe Crawford. Jr., and Miss cones themselves are asked to Make\! freezing syrup in Trade At Home With Jacksonville 'i'rlcen t tFRIDAY

Lakeland with Mrs. T. N. LJm- guests last weekend her son and and Mrs. contact the Florida Forest Service vance and chill In {.. ad'i
County Telegraph.Mr. Velma Hare visited Mr.
baugh.'art..r'. daughter-In-law. Mr. and Mrs. office at Lake City the District before, using. Add 1 or 2 II
Mrs
| Matthewsand and
and Mrs. Roy 1 C. K. Baxley and Mr. Forester said. Foresters of SPECIALSLifetime
< Rubber Cement, 1 pt Morris Jackson and son of Jack Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Hood' W. S. Crawford of Jacksonville Instructedto upcionit lemon or lime juice to I I & SATURDAY
the service
being
are
onvllle.Rev. each) quart of cold to help
flOo Bradford County Telegraph. syrup
of Palatka were
and son, Jim Tuesday of last week. which
locate
Mrs. J. R. Hill visited try to areas in hold flavor. Use Just enough
| and W. B. Va.
and Mrs. Richmond I
guests of Mr. A. L. Brown of | the cone .will be In sufficient -
crop to fruit. If fruit
In from Monday until cover
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus and Tampa Dowling Sunday. spent several days here visiting! I syrup

family spent last weekend visitIng I| today. Coach and Mrs.. L. J. Funder- his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. 'I size to warrant Its gathering. tend to float In syrup, a piece I WATCH BAND 39c

relatives In Pensacola and i| Mrs. G. L. Thomas spent last burk visited Mr. and Mrs. T. J. and Mrs. A. D. Martin. It. A. Birmingham Management of crushed molature-proof pnperpluccil $1 Berkeley -

Chattahoochee.Miss | weekend' with Mr. and Mrs. K.J Funderburk In Brooksvllle last Gotham Gold Strip nylon Chief with the state In air apace under lid of

J M. Davis. On her return she weekend. agency said that the slash pine container will keep figs. sub- : All Shades60c
STUMP'S STOIIE.
Brownlee left hose at
Madge I I was accompanied by Mrs. Mamie Mrs. J. W. Jones and :Mrs. LuU crop appears to be very scanty merged. Freeze Immediately.
returned to
Hare
Wednesday for Tallahassee where Anderson who has been the guest Miss Velma I all over Florida this year. lie Quality In the finished product POLISH 29c I
Nail
Powers of Maxville shop.
were Chen-Yu
she will shcool at FSU. New Orleans La., Sunday aftera -
begin I of Mrs. Davis. for a week. ping in Starke last Friday. with Mr. and Mrs. said tfiat unless sufficient slash I In determined by the earn and
weeks' visit
Mrs. Bertha Pearce spent last | Lorraine DuBosc' and Mr. and Friends of A. W. Redgrave will Lonnie Crawford and family.Mr. I I pine need can be gathered or rapidity with which all processes .

:weekend In Jacksonville as the Mrs. Dave Penayer were weekend regret to know that he Is con- and Mrs. H. B. Sulllvalwel'e \ ', purchased from seed dealers the In preparation and freezing are .... .--

guest of her daughter Mrs. Mary guests of Mrs. C. E. Beam planned 1950-31: record crop of curried out.
,
due to 1
Jt'fi
fined to the local hospital guests of Mrs. C. M. Hud-! $1.2;)
I ( 60e() Wlldroot
Lane.Mr. and family. Illness. Jacksonville. !I I seedlings will be reduced consid I Split but non-mnired fig or

and Mrs. \V. H. Nollman Guaranteed n".ln..lp"* or coil son and family in I erably. Every obtainable pound ft-rlpe fig may bo peeled, '
Sgt. John Anderson reportedto accompanied t HAIRBRUSH
On their return they were OIL
have returned to Starke after wave SI.BO. Ruby ....hn..' Beauty the Orlando Air Base Wednesday by Mrs. Ida George ;'of seed will be put Into use at ptireeil, mixed with the correctproportion : I I. CREME ,

spending the summer In High- Hhnppe. fur. 1 the nurseries, the Management of sugar and pa'k.nlt..1 I I JI
after enjoying a 30-day Jacksonville last fnd
who visited In .
lands and Ashevllle\ N. C. Friends of Robert L. Beam, lough here with his parents Mr. ;I Chief sOld.t and frozen for use later In I alld (
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Graham Sale of con' of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Beam, i Ice for sundae dreading' '
and Mrs. A. W. Anderson Sr. Crawford returned cream \ ,) Jerk
Donnie Hugh jl';)
Valdosta Ga., were guesta of Mr. will be interested to know that Math- antI other dessert dinhen. \ (IWe Wilelrollt ,
Friends of Mrs.! F-malyn to Tampa Sunday after spendIng -
and Mrs. Guy Sale last week. he has received a recent promo- ews. the former Miss Emiilyn with his FISI-I'N'S Or the puree may bl! meanuroil.cnoked f TONIC
the weekend parents.Mr. t HAIR
I SHAMPOO
) )
Guests of Mrs. J. B. Sapp Sat- tion to corporal Cpl. Beam Is I )) 1. ,
Morgan of Starke will be interested and Mrs. Lonnie Crawford. thick, anti then swefOt..npd2

urday were Mrs. Donle Moore now stationed In \Vnjima. Japan I to know that she now resides Mrs. J. II. Rltch of Gainesville \ FU ( 1-3: cups of sugar per quart

and of Mrs.Gainesville.Bud Monk and childrenall with the 61st AC&W Sqdn., of In Ocala and Is employed inMcCrory'a visited friends In Starke of pulp), cooked again to the desired both .59c II 1 both 9ge v .;
Air Detaeh-
the Force
\
Wajlma : Store there. Wednesday. ({ th\\<'knc8s. and then canned 5s ,I : ,,,
Mr. Mrs.
and
Roy Turner. ment.Miss Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Harris Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Brantley : ready, fr'r 11"<' ns u spread[ for .. \ .- ..
Misses Ella Turner and
< Mary Jean Robinson of
Betty I Jerry and Betty Lou Harris left will return to their home In Angola toast or hot blxcult or n di-ll-
Carol Gunter and Mrs.
Peggy Jacksonville the
was guest or. last Wednesday for their home In Ind.. Saturday after spending : chute. filling for \\.iyer cukes.Ten. '
Tilley visited relatives In Valdosta -I Mr. and Mrs. 'George for
Flynn
Washington. I). C., after visiting/ two months here with Mrs. 1.25
Ga., last weekend. the past week.' I IBrantlE'Y's ; $3 BATON (Small) -
I friends and relatives in Florida
mother, Mrs. Cjrlde I
I Well time has flown by again I fit, I'rue! Von con' hay it
for wpplci.D. .
two
Colson. I, and here comus a few more tales! bnkiul ni-w Keiiilngton' THO-TOIH-

Branch ofINSURANCE. Kite, Airman USN. and son Lonnie Crawford and his guest, I of flsh'n. Many many fishermen ''U...,,,.- rorlnhlit' 1') |I'ii-urilcr for 1.75
Every Kite lit Starke hm been I Inf 3.75 BATON (Large)
Perry Miss Velma Hare spent Tuesday -
were. by this past week only .tilill;( ( (l ia\ liicludi-il. ) Helenlar -
rnnsferred, from the Naval, Auxiliary lost week sight-seeing In St I
Saw' quite a few fish caught Itritu551.21, : you tut>e .yit.27. \ I.-
I
Air Station Miramar Calif Augustine. SIX nice ones myself. Th. lake I \\e annteritl..i-keil must.

to the Naval Air Station at Pen- Dan River dress lengths! 75c was on my Dad I did all the ; redtu'e. tate Intenliir.v. llra-il-, : Rayve Shampoo 2 Tubes 33c
-------- -- -- sacola. Kite entered the Naval
per yard. STUMPS STOKE. paddling caught four of the ford ('..un'')' Tclrgrapli.4'ti.i. \ ,

service In Muy 1919. 1'.11'V' T. Jackson and sons. bass. <(< Moral of that story "Back I

S<*P tHe new dressos! !J5.05! ; Billy Tom and Marc, visited Mr. seat driving always gets results. : ''f''i>'Y

H. C. WALL AGENCY el& at STUMP'S: IJEPT. STOKE.: 1 and Mrs. Frank Weaver in Willis- I .") Koit mid '

,: James A Peterson Mills Josephine ton Sunday.Mr C I :...-"1.,1, ""1M will I.. r. .-Ivi-il I l.y ;
I MlI'ltv I'oiincll. nf )IhiCity( ofHlu.rkK u : (
PLEASE PHONE 146 PeterHim nnd Frank Hotwpr and Mrs. W. M. Jackson II Here's a story of a nice catch at HIM I'lly .Mull. In "Mliirkif' Ei49''I,
I i l-'li>rltlii, nnlll' 1 l )l I. Tu,,
Tr.. left last week for Hamburg mi i.-
and son, David of Jacksonvillewere from Lake. The story i 'ClI'I!
Hampton lav, iictol>i-r I 17, l i'l., nl whO .IiI \ZII
Constant Service Over 50 } La. After arriving there guests of Mrs. Carl Jack- I was made Labor Day but It IH I line Hml I'ilnci' > nil I.Mr.''' r..1 I lveilulll ;
Rnpxer will then continue on to I I l I... ,imlillcly.. ,.i'n.i| son Inst w..ekpnd.FrlendM : still worth telling.! Leon and ft.I on I Mm' tni i.ttIitpi.. 2IMI' linealLlmMlk. I II.
his station In Texas. He was! rec will be Interested tu Hall of Hampton went out ... .., 13 I... I I...... '"' ............ ...l"" '
--" --- --- --- ------ earE --- -- ntly culled to Starke by the' I IN. ... rinUlieil.. I .....| A r,..>l
know that Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
with fire In their Cam
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eyes. MltllhM. 4 'leHrliiic' fu lie iltuie *>], 4'lfn,
death of his. father, F. W. Rosscr. Broadway and family moved I home with the fire cooled drugging Th.1 I / ialil) '1\\ v i r.tHi-rvt'M, th* I..ht. (Inin
C LAS SI F D .... I 98c
Bile Salts
James and Josephine Peter- from their home on Water Streetto 'I a 12. a 9. a fl, a 4. and a .1.1| or ri-jer1! ,-f iitiv HtaikiKlorlila.n nil tlil"I'lly ( $1.25 Caroid & -

_____ _n ______________.._ __ __ ___ ion will visit their sister Mrs. a residence on the southeast '13 pounder plus <( lI'n' ::11 i( I 1017
FOR RAL.I8: t'ned. racllon. phonograph KOH RENT: Plirn. h.",,.*. 4-rnta.. A Alice Strnhscheln In Hamburg. corner of South and Cherry Sts., '1 four small ones. Doesn't that 100's 59c

*. portables.. I.lift up. "ha..1 ,".Ih. IClect. I Ire l to.x, gun. ..luV... II BillyVetherlngton, a recruitat last week. : story just make your hand Itch In I.Ir.'iilt. Court, llriidforil 4'...i...r. 75c Bayer Aspirin -

C. Hhcphcrri Radios. Meat tf Apply aol K. Wuter 5*t. lip Fort Jackson S. C., spent a Mr. and Mrs.. Robert Jackion. I for the feel of a pole ? They Florldni In 4 .i........), ,

Court & MadlHOll Sta. I XKW Singer Sewlntt :\I""hne.1 three-day pass recently with and children of Keystone heights caught them on shiners. Cut Anthony, i ( hrl' .:lulu H.Cirri.Cirri' I, .h-fi-nilil I'li.lhllfr::,:,:,::III <'Use vs.

Ki.QHim ..:a... i mi.i.m (0 1 '..h & Term are available l In his parents! Mr. and Mrs. I. B. visited Mrs.. Carl Jackson Sun- S N.,, 7.121.Order 60c ALKA SELTZER 49c
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thl" unction only I I throtich HltiimrH ( l-iihllrnfl l.n nnil S l'i. < >
24-. ..-I..... ...pIIs A pump ..wlriir MaihliiK <'.. 1113 N. Mar, VVIlkle. He was accompanied by day.Mr. Just a few more choice! st"I'I..strom \p"."". ..line ..r fr'InrMn, ( lot
InMalled A reixilretlPhone lon ft.. Luke ('Ity. Kla. Phone n friend Ucne Pntray also a re"nilt and Mrs. Joe E. Wilson out our way. Messrs tlfi I'ul I lierlltf <*l.rl. w l It o.. I..siI.u,iif ,. mulHildreHH
13, orVrlt to: i SRI). writ or visit nur shopS nur I I. 111 I 2ml, Hfr. .t, .loivey( .
J. .\. HI ItUrTMacdenny Sal.*. "8i-rvli-a car will visIt at Fort Jackson. Misa returned to their home here ner and Martin of Ralford came City II, New Jcrney. 70c SAL HEPATICA 61c

Kla. S-UMyr I your home. upon rt>.nie> Ol ...10..1' .
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Kill. I lIt4'l. Ill II .llMltBnamed
." also a guest of the Wilkjes. weeks with Mrs. S. T. Dell at shiners. Frank Foureati of Jnx fottn. anil iauni. lv h.'r'Io l
or. 8A1.K tins.ie: ) rndlo A
SELL YOUR TIMBER phonograph din !>.. Horn. at It. H. Philip John Roger, Jr., boatiwnin's Kingsley Lake. caught a 7 lb. Jack on shiners.L. County,plnlntlfr.. I neck. *. illvori-w I I llrndrord( 89c :
NOW Alvnrt- & Sun W..r..ho"M" on Ja USN Is spent Jax caught 10 Ib till" truer ,
hiKhwny. f'hiitia 91 OS. tf mate 2-c : serving D. Paul of a In next 4 "' 'rk''. l Iu.se'

Highest Cash Prices Paid with the Florida Group ot last weekend ;with Mr. and Mrs. 2 oz. bass on a plug. It looks at\\Vllne Hllirke.' mv"Plorldll.)Imn.l' ( An.(llllH' ..rrl'... lisi I ural
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tfAVR $24 on now Ht-mlnitton port. the Atlantic Reserve Fleet.' He N. T. hUtch of Miami. On their like live bait again took the field III iqvt I
SRRI'CEI
IN BULK typewriter. FV>-limltixl! tune. weor. (OPKIcfAf.( PR \ 1,1 .,,,,,, IJJ.I'fN/JAJJ1t' PRESCRIPTION
WILL BUY Moiling the ni-w 2-Ton Ovluxoni.id. I 'Is the husband of Mrs. MarthaM. return they were accompanied by but plugs came home with the A.. Clerk nf A. mild r. "h. .. ,

OR IN UNIT ( rrg. H4.Z7) ft.r only $130 :' Roger' of 252 Walnut St., little Diane Ritch who will visit biggest. ( Moral: "Keep plugging !ty Haven fronby !>..,piitv I Court.C'i.| rk '

Itrudford lax inrl.).County nVrinu If Tel,il Hlrad."irraph.. See M.AI .. I Starke. with them for two weeks. snd bring home the bacon ah Jai-kNonvllle Xarh, II. I liouitliiit I .Flu., ,. SIll/) 1.,'II'h, 111.1..: PHONE 53;: Free /Jelit'f'rJI110.'J.. S3 I
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5Ia -k I II I I'ml.elt.
EDWIN: W. PECKOr Ladies rain coats' l.tiS at Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Jordan Sr.. tl"h. that Is.) 8'JH K.: H.-uver, .liu-kxiinvlll,',, Kin.
John W. TurnerP. I niNr[ MACIIINKrt: KOR SAI.K: of Oviedo Fla., and Mr. and Mrs.L. C S C Ally for Pit 11.1'1|i| Ct ,lll.f,
N>w H. niliiH'oii' ".... e lN aa low aa STUMP'S 1)EPT. STOIJH.E. .
O. Box 463 $130 I puss T.. K. Jordan Jr., of Boston --- - - ------------------------------
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Gainesville Fla. I llradford. 4'oiinty Tnloicraph. -. C. Gross returned to his Mass., were guests of Mr. and "Ma" Baker was out shiner fish- 2 HUKNEIt

Jo'OIt MAL.K: Ira > home here recently after a Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. Carrie -
: M. Andi riion pro. Ing. All of you know what sizea
and I ,in-l'ty, H4-ncra, farm & pasture, month's vacation in Hot Springs. Rltch lust weekend.
Send me postcard Horn Mrivx.. iro...1 l .lo.'itiIn.. Twp. 8, I hair hook Is. Lo and behold KITCHEN CABINET! OILHEATERS I
will come see you. I .....t. 3. ran.... 20 N. ..n highway Ark. Mrs. S. 'r. Dell returned to hei. something henther, shiner pole

I Ion; 2 ml. to New Ulver Htatlon. 1'fiNt Curd .I'rlnter $lOS.S rom- home in Gainesville. Wednesdayafter I
almost to the breaking/ point
r.Its ml. ti 0 Lake liutlor. This In a '
VITV itooil buy at ':'.NOO. J. J. plete. Bradford County Tele- spending the summer at Shortly a 3-4 lb. pound shell- l.nrure Flour Bin
suwANEnt'N'rY T.IVP4TflCK5fAlKIT friime, IIrok..r.roll, M. (Car. .
Auction ml. each We.IOwnPI ; Kingxley Luke.Weekend cracker was boated As fish.
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icr. Hnlmmnn. lit W Ave.
operated nv .1. r>. Odom.4-1 ] inland. Kin.: .. Indhl tp9I3dFuit. !j| < grait.Giets, r>f 1'01...". Bertha Pearoe visitors of Mr. nndi goes that Is small But on a Silverware Drnwer) l look ,.0
F'la. nzs.Ie t I.
Jr., t'h. 2IOM Live flak, Tin* r H hi it't t
KIO.NT: 9-rm. KnraK, apt. Hun recently were Mr.' and Mrs. E. R. i Mrs. Gene Long at KingsleyLake No. 20 hook and a .small poll-". Ur.ccry; Storage
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rsKH; TYPEWRITERS FOR. N ..T.Jo1'.....1 l; Move A healers. eiert. rifrlr( pvtIxith. Smyth and children. Sally and were Mr and Mrs. V T'I ntr. *. In tin) room. H..* :2
1 llnyal .Id.. lln. carriage. ,, Mm, .1./ l L. Hlmmons, 214/ WfmltMnn ;V,ynojlda and daughters BuS Spac4 for Dishes
rond.. $75. At.80 t n..ln'on \ ..I. lip Rex, of New Orleans. LJI. Mr \ Everyone out our.wlty wonders j large l u rnn% \la.!**ni
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port., miKhllv. used. Telenraiih.Ilk. new. and Mrs. W. C;. Godwin of anne and Cindy. where all the game! wnnlen.. A Kcf/nlar c9..;() Value !
I.-!). Pradforil County W "ITHEs1is: WANTKI: : I or 2. I
I'S tuSh> Orlll 1 I I Ualrieavllli. (I ., Florida., Gainesville, and Mr and Mrs. I'M I New shipment ladi ?*4 hUl'MI are hiding out. We have the I 111 llhJtftl.V I I .

$2r; wk vxoil, II"... Call (llulnoMvtllw Ensor of Jacksonville. 2.9H at STUMP'S STOKE.: greatest number of lakes In this'
WANTEDi IHA4 ,lit, .."r ..anno., H I -
II I whole region yet we see the
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SAI.K: PKICK( ; ,, '-
K(>H IlKNT=' : K-rm. unfurn. h"UM. Vast of the wardens "Set lln 5 500 \ hll't.|
Leases lIghts' ft WIIKT. N.-... Farmers
Turpentine .M.irket. 10.... K. A, ;.Xtwiiom: Ing" out our way Is having. a Hlicnx llf "lire .in ..>... i Ilii-tn!

WILL ALSO BUY hrrry 341.. Ntarkir THEATRE holiday We wonder If possibly

YOUR TIMBER .....11 HK.NT:;. a lnrir .lini| .. (..(,N'I 11 STARKE n few of our lakes' could be

for "arp..nt..r ,MU ", ..&- checked often ?
more See UH Thin Wvvk About Your Account
In Bulk or Unit abln.. Al.4<.> trailer ppaca.. 1'1... Opening
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hurst Tourist Cniirt, Itt IOu( at
With or Without Land ... ftirke ,'t!11) llinllH Thonn IT I Saturday Sept. 21. Tues. & Wed., Sept. 27 & 28 Si) long, friends. Just cement .
ring 11. 3tpIO:7W :
CALL DOUBLE FEATURE; DOUBLE FEATURE b.-r: "Fish and relax" "'Fish
WRITE or
"\NTKI a "" ,joli..k. hillneKei-nlna1 KNNII* I llftrdenurook. S or 8dayn ,//A..n >,'$su._ and have fun" Enjoy: a natural 5-pc. DINETTE SUITSSOLID

W. PARRISHPh. r.. 2. l Fred MacMulTaY ; 'Pi
3 Lawtey Fla. CAI1I' l.i. OU HKNI' r"rn.'n. pO'r I OAK
: month. lrM. W' A. I'attitn. DUI4 W. Afaddlciiic CarrollMIMOCEMT'AFEUR t're"tMShampmi" Net & Manicure I. .

Mailliioil 24*. lip( _ v' $IJ5O. Riil..y J"hn It.'initv'
rail NATUKAI. FINISH: ALSO WIIITK: 1 FINISH 1:
Furnished Apt FOU KK.NT.:: .. -
223 Tempi Av... 9 :lWe I! t'i lt If.'L ;: concrete. .lilitfk machine, "'h."I." .
at Mnkeii lIx*xlA hid... l.r.rku A Ix (/ Consists of extension, table and

B... .. "ell KeirlkVor. -.... fxia rhlmnev .ItlockM. Make .ldfalchimnwyn. _____________ _...Wll MIISUAM !
%IK.I! H'HU"I'Ii IU.I".:. its ta :. riflllnjr: a..lint: poorhoalth. : -- four leatherette rhairs.ItOY
: Price $VI.-| lIly Kor..ylhe ) ,
.. ... with ehower.AI : Lake flirnevn on. fit. ion.' ltd EXPERTSERVICE
> K..!lll(ItKNT two: :2rm.ill..h.n ... f urn. nildren SON OF' DRACULA I Shot Jesse James WHAT A JtAltCAIN(: :i .,. .., .
Mr.. K.: II. Klnney Fl'll ",\i.t:: J-lnMlrm.( FHA honia .
20 a N.welcome.Cherry Kt. lip dry Nhady. spare l I..t. Hot h-aler.water Hcreenedpfirch. heater.Hrrulattnjf AI!Cartoon & "Batman & J>rpNt"" Fi.-lr, Barbara RriiotRobin" d/. A Reaular 59.30 Value .

Fit;; HAt-K: 4-dooi V-. .....r.1 I I"l<>"'. hardwood floor. Furn. or Serial i Also Latest News < .
T. J. llrlffln. Stp. 30 unfurn. U'I' LafnyrltH. St.* lipi'tit jt

Sun. & Mon.. Sept. 25&26 Thurs. & Fri.. Sept. 29! & ;30 SAI.K; .I'UICE
trm
Foil KENT C'ct. 1 to Jun I : tarnKlnvuley n.I.Klli"u e on'r.. Int. 39
Lake cottacs... Modernconvenience "R. hath. $", VI. ceh or DOUBLE FEATURE; 1.2.
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*.. Furn. Contact ll.m- .;o. 41 or Pit 141-W.' In I
nl.-[> tor... ".ark... lip $tarke. 3tp5-30 29.95
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l.... Colter He.l..l ,.ee.r... 1''HI 5. KOIt KKXT: : Hevernl furnlnhed. 3-. v... I
**.!..t IIt. Pkejne :2.1Reautlful 4A (-room apartment Modern
2-b.drm. h.Uee unfurn.. ..unv.flIenre' ". elncloned yard with VAllEY I I
Now Is The Time To Buy Blankets On Denmark's Plan !
4-I Budget
nl.<.. realdentlal. nel&-hho. hood con- lawn. Prefer .people. with amall V 1 I
venl.nt to ....h. Two Klnadley Ink. rhll.lren.' ),n. I l'. C. Wynn Kant &3
lake-front homeii., (urn. Ale furn. Stark. '.18U I
epic Ltd t y-ur rental HOLM IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

roW; promptly I? for prompt tervlc FOR HAI.K: 0-arr'. farm good I
iAN .
.! SISJtfF strawberry. ...nd. 4'rm. btinivllKhm. ..
fruit tree.. See :u.... Pre.- CMWTORD -A:54D- I I Cha*. C.
..UPhllco SALE:: II cu. ft. .,ant ..pa.'("'' rott between flraham A Brnok.?. Denmark Furniture Co.PHONE

r.frl.;erator. Only .n." Turn left off I StAte 1 K<'. M. Ztp 23OAKH flAMINGO lOA DARE DEVILS
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down pmt. All d..,ln,, teat..r. ShepherdAt

"'. If.. Xa.worthy tj,neral. TMtfWANTED $ IP.plies. PAID. for of old ace. Colt or condition.r.volvere.regerdisee .. Also! Latent News & "Marchl OF THE CLOUDS I I Gay's Srrlre Station I 151 STARKE. FL'S.I .

of SaC kind. Write me what you. h..v. for >...I.. Time" I Kubt. ItlngHton Mae> lark. IJ
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELKOBAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIO.'Y. SEPTEMBER U. 19IrJFARMER'S
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bedfellows, they say. Pride our' BHIDUEI'I THANKS VOTERSI !! of l issuance 1930. Description. of In CirCuit C........ R....,.... Cenntr In ("......It C.."' B........ Com*"*.
propertyt \VHi\ of NKH; of :.NW'i Florldnt In ( .......,. Florid In S'b.NrrrY.William .
I I stenr calf. when the pet of the GRAHAMBy want to express my heaitfeltthanks less a parcel, of land 528 ft. B Why H B. V*. Helen H. Wernau, Plaintiff I v....
to the people of Starke 460 8 In !PN Cor Keel 1J, N..ldf..ldtbPlalntltt., Cane No. Nellie brace. Wernau, lefeik nc..
J.'h'n
barnyard had no time for "no I Twp 8 22 B. Name: I In which 76ioeldf.loIt S Vase No. 7600.
Mi... John MoKlnney for the splendid vote of con- assessed unknown All ofprop..rly Order off Publication and Motlre' toAnairnr. >
DIARYBy account" hogs. It wasn't that fidence given me In the city election aid belna In the County Order ef Publication And Notice T.Appear UTATK. OF KI.OKIOA ...
of Bradford State of Florida. Un- "..t. o' Klerldn Tel Nelila' Leaco Wernau whoa. ....-
he didn't like them, apparently! held on September 13th. I less such certificate or certificates 1I"I..nV.. Neldfeldt. Whose tei.1dence dence & address. I I. 44$ W. Mat,.
I Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McKInny : hall be redeemed according to law I I. 4702 Eighth til. N.W.. Island. N. Y.:
Sam Mcfiarvey juht didn't think much of them. know that my re-election to the HI. Pal< hoIl'U.. Long
Inn property described I In sUch certificate Washington I>.C.i required to appear on
You are
of Sanford of Ma
g ( Now that he has been put out to were guests City Council :was due to the Untiring or certificates will b. sold' You are required to appear on October 3. 1949 In the above nameij'
The author will be glad to rerrlve I parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- efforts of my friends andI to the blithest bidder at the courthouse October 10th 1949 In the above Court nnd cause wherein plaintiff
Items of Intercut,, conrrrnIDIC pasture in a field of cow peas Klnny last weekend. Both families door on the first Monday In named Court and cause wherein Reek divorce Hradford' vTelegraph
I I shall always be grateful for month of October. 1949. which, I" plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford : Rhiill) publish. thie Order .
the twtlvltle" of farnmrn In along with a little blacK "no account" -, were visiting Mr. and MII'I their work In my behalf. Now the 3 day of October. 1l4! !!. Paled County Telegraph. shall ptibllah this In next, four weekly l.mie..

Bradford County. Suggestion/ maybe decided that i A. A. Youngblood Saturday is all thlx. _-_ 86th day of Ailltunt\ 1949. Order In next four weekly: lnue WltneR* my hand and official eat
hog he has I that the election over, let's (Official 8..alb J. Thuinn, Clerk Wltne my hand and officialseal I thl
left at the Telegraph office or than In Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. John I II get together and present a united of circuit Court ot IfYadfnril I ountv., at StHrke, Florida thin Sept. at "Starke, Florida August
she Is better none 31. 1949.IIFFICIAI.
company Florida.' 9'3 4l B'8'otlif :! 8, 1949.I
maJIcd to Sam McGarvey Law )', I I fast I McKlnny: and children Horrace : 1 front dedicated to a greater ___ (OFFICIAL. SEAL,) A 3. Thoma. ( KKAt.) A. J. Thomas.
and the two are becoming .
Florida. and Emily attended the Chrls- and better City of Starke. % >of- pptlentlon fur Tav; Itenl I A* Clerk of ald Court A* Clerk of Halt Court.Py
friends Except at feeding time lion Church in Starke Notice IN hereby MTlvell: that 1. O.I., By Haven Croaby, D. C. Haven Crosby D, C.
.. Sunday Gratefully yours Powell the holder of the followlnii John J. Hendernon, KHq: ,, Rlcharil- John. .1. Hendernon., 1O.o 1.. Jllchard-
that get a better I I when It Is strictly "every man night. Paul L. Bridges certificate' has lied. nalil. cerllflcateH ., eon Iililir, JuckHonvllle. Florida Hon HlllldlnK, JuckHonvllle L "Florida
The old ladies in the henhouse I I the point you for a tax deeil,. to be issued. Atty. fur I'lf. 11-0 4t 9-JO ALt?. for I'lf '-3 4t u-24
price for hogs when they are for himself". Horace Cain confined to the thereon. Trie certificate number _
have come out of their non-lnying I thatIs S STray hospital in Starke. Is feeling Improved and year. of InHuance. the description In Circuit ("..upt. Hradford Couelr.Klorlilai .
marketed In all-alike groups; In (Irenlt Court Hradford County, .
and have started again In fin-nit Conn, nrndford nf the property nnil the namea Florida In I......,....,.. In Hinneery..Muriel
tail-spin all Hampshire. all Durocs all l"'nnr>tt has a bull which at this writing. I II fonnty In which It wan aHHUHHeil, are aa \ Zebedee Leo, Plaintiff, Rob.ert -
i"l..rl.Iisi, Iii (5.n.'ery. Doris J KoiHk' Plaintiff, V*. Walter -
board. After '
to earn their follows: Certificate' No. 70. Year of : H. Lee, liefendnnt. ( ase No. 7615.
when finding an egg Poland Chinas etc. IH a sight; to behold. Out of registered I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ortagua Hubert {'..rneieu* Ball It.Irl'r. Plaintiff issuance May SI, A.H. 1947 l I'encrlptlon A. Koiak, JJefeiidunt. Case No.Order Order of Publication. Notice to
a summer, Lester has a good herd of cattle and baby of Jacksonville, were v*. Dorothy lice Halllncer De.fniItet of property: ":'. c.f ; 1491. Appear HTATK. OF KI.OHIIIt tot
was an event (and :we had to with I stock on both sides, Aber. Cane No. 7499. of Hi-ctlon Cl. ', '* N"1 of Publlentlon nnd Vottce toAppenr Hobert 11. Lee, whose re.ICenee: Is
stock up-bred
native urhv'1t.u :
to report ; i deen-Angus and Brahman the visiting her mother Mrs. Kate Order of Publication. nnd N olive tolepenr. 22 Ettft.?containing HT\'IM OF FI.OIIIII1 tot unknown:
buy eggs\ !) it's a pleasure both Brahman and Black Angus ,I Starling Sunday. "'r"...: III" ..r.ollltl' .Sii'.rIhV 10 ad-en. more, or less Name In Walter A. Koxttk whose residence. ( You are required to appear on
that the old girls have finished he L Is quite animal Is really something. Mae Halllnger who. reldenie w hli-h aHHHHHed. : Cameron Htove Co. I I. .1 18th Avenue, Newark N. J.t October 1(1( I94 .. In the aliuve) named,
bulls. Incidentally
and resplendent I I with lot of other farmers Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moody and I 1. unknown: (Vrtlflcnte No. 72. Yenr .of InmiailceMay You are required to appear on Court and ca".., wherein plaintiff.
moulting proud of the fine yield he had on Along a Ynii 11. A.D. ) ti.. i>rlptlon' ofproperty October 3, 194'!). In the aho\e named erk. divorce & restoration of .pre-
relatives In are required to r4liw :
outfits they now I around here Troy lost a lot family .were visiting appear on W of Court and cause wherein plaintiff, I ,, ."'a"'or,1Tel..rulh
in their new fall two-acre patch of Golden Ban- f,. lober H. 194't' In dli,, above n"m..1 : La / SK" vl" married name.
a Jacksonville Sunday. tlon. 12. TowiiHhlp. 6 Hmith. 1can..1 !seeks: divorce Hradfnrd County: County shall puhllRh this.
serious business due to tho Court and wherein
his can ;
the of plantings plaintiff
early
are back to tam sweet corn. of over 100 doz Reek divorce I 22 FuHt! containing. 20 acres more' Telegraph hull publish this Order Older In next four weekly issues
Itrndford
of laying eggs when prices are 'en. He made It by the cow pen hurricane. But with the resiliency Mr. and Mrs. L. a. Pope Mr. Telegraph nhall piiblmh, this County order ..l., less Name In which HHHeHiied: In next four weekly I.."".. Witness. my hand and official
of farmers all over the and Mrs. Joe Pope and family In next four w."kJI"""..*. Cameron Ktove Cu. All of Maid. property Witness my hand and official' anal I seal lit Starke Florida, till. l Sept
hIgh. method of manuring then applied lit'lnic, In the County of Bradford nt Sturke., Florida, this August 8. l949! .
C CJoy 500-600 Ibs. of 3-8-8 and fur country, he'll bounce right back and Albert Pope of Douglas Ga., %%'itiie.s i.iy hand and offlulat seal Slat: of Florida.I l.'iilenH auchcertlfhmtft i 2A, 1949. (OFFICIAL SEAM A.T.: Thomas.

our family milk C"18 a I of and plant some more. ware guests of Mr. and Airs. J, II.at U4'Mtarke" Florida. this. August or ...'rtiCl.'at..s shall be,' (OFFICIAL PRAT.) A. .1. Thomas, I AH Clerk of said Court.
ther gave it two side dressings redeemt'd ni'cordlnv\ to law the property A said Hy Haven Crosby' D. C.
Clerk of eu".t.lty.
true Southerner. She goes about : nitrate of soda. S e S W. Pope Sunday.Mr. (OFFICIAl, 8l<:,\L) jJ.. Thomas, rioncrlbeil. III auch certificate' .\ for IJlf. 9.J it 9-33 A. J. Thomas: JO., Starke Florida. ;.
A* Clerk of said Court. ..r certificate will be solil 11.9 4t 9-ao
the dally business of producinggood I \Vr> finally /got about 1600' of and Mrs. Ed Belks of Way- to thehlgheHt Atty. for Plf.
Haven ,
He formerly did a lot of truck I"y Croaby, Ti c. bidder at the Court HOUHVdoor I
rich milk placidly. not hur- I cabbage seed planted Glory of cross Ga., were visiting her parents John .1. HenderRon, Knq : )Jllctiard- on the first Mondtiy In the, In Circuit ('esrt. Brndford Coentr.Klorhlni '' I In Clrrnlt "'ourtlrsdford Coonlr.Florldni .
she wants i; farming. but decided to give it to Hi"n ttulldlnK. JaekaonVIII"L Florida month of November 194!). which I 1111 In .....01........ .. ('...01......,..
when Will
rying a bit. Yet because of the shortage of Enkhulzen. continue Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pope, ALt)'. for i'lf. tesi 9-21 th. 7 day of November 1949. bated i Dorothea. Martin Plaintiff v*. Frank Bernlce J"in its WIIII.I"I1. Plaintiff
to. matronly Joy can pick up her up plant more until we have enoughto last week. thin H dny, of September, 1YfM. -' -Martin Defendant. Cane. No. 7511. I,I VH. Luther M. Wttdiloll, Defendant. .
labor. In Ircult C'enrIiadfird County, (OFFIOIAN MEAL) A. J. ThowaH.Plerk Order of Pnbllrntlon. cad Notice t., Case No. 7511.Order .
heels and really go. Especiallywhen I C plant an acre or two of cab- Mr. and Mrs. John McKinny .."...Id.. .5 (...........,.. of circuit Court of Bradford tapes. TATH OP KI.I>Hll>\ tot of PuMlcntlon and Motlce t..
Tom, our aged and sometimes bage. Feel more optimistic about ,'hMri,. It. Johnnton latntlff vci.Mary County Florida. 0-9 41 &-3\1'\ Frank Martin whose reHldence. and I Appenr.TH! 01" .OR.It.4.A tot
have received word of the
".. believe It" a good lileawhen recent Leu Cutajar, ) .Tnhnaton t)... ,Hddre. IH 2514 Avenue t., Urooklyn Luther R.: Waddell whose residence
ornery mule. tries a nip or planting after talk with Ralph of their fpndant. .'".... Xo. 7496. New York:
buying equipment of any marriage granddaughter ..'....... FOIl nil. and address I I. unknown:
two at her flanks. Come to Alvarez, during which he assure Miss Florence Graves of Tampa Onlrr of Publication. unit Xodi-e to.teamir. Notice IK that You are required. to appear on I You are required to appear on
hereby the
to Riven
thoroughly
kind for farm use, NrvrH nf FI. 'HIIIol the above named
October 10, 1949. In the above named October 10, 1949. In
think of It. we move too. when Investigate the service you will us a market for cabbage if "con to Norman Lee Cooper of Ala- :Maty j,.e Cutajar John..on.vh...". Board of County Commlmiloner of Court and. cause, wherein plaintiff I Court and uu"e. wherein plaintiff
old Tom lays back his ears and siderable" volume l is grown. bama. The rfHldenrff & nddrpH Id unknown: Itradfnrd. County' Florida will receive! ......k. divorce Pradford. County 1 Reek* di yore.,. Bradford County'
couple residingIn bldn until I 10 A.Io'I'I.k -
are O
when things go wrong, as You ,. on < *
get are required to appear on shall publlRh this Order
Telegraph shall publish this order Telegraph
takes the offensive. they do with the best equipment.This Also got some more things Tampa at present. FI**pt. 3(1.( 1949. Ir, the a hona m.... tober leimee a,from 1949 for month the I"oaH'obltblt:: its In next four weekly iHHiie. .. I. In next four weekly luen.WltneR .
C C CField planted In our "kitchen" garden Court and cause wherein. plaintiff Wltnea* my hand and official my hand anil official
theory proved out this week Ni-i-k divorce' Kradfonl County not I II'HH than 3tt month and not oat. at Stark., Florida, this Sept Real at Ktarke' Florida, this Sept.
In ,
which a :
we planted when while making up beds wIth which when planted will assure I THrKTaph' Khali; I publish thin Order more than4 month. from delivery 1. 1949 7. I 114''
combination of CGW peas crowder us all the vegetables .we will need In next' four weekly issues which period hall be specified bythe (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma (OFFICIAL SEAT.) A. J. ThomaR.I .
the tractor. a bar snapped. leaving Wieners I hand and official Real bidder and with an option In 'l Maid
is LONG BRANCH my A* Clerk of said Court I I Clerk of Court.
peas soy beans and hegarl for our own use. at StHrke the P. us stranded In the middle ofa Florida, this August Ry Haven Croaby. p. C. I Py Haven Crosby, 1>. C.
coming out fairly well, considering I S S e 30. 1919.OFFICIAL. rental ,paid upon the purchaHeprice T. Frank T.andrum, Hturke, Florida. T. Frank .andruni, Starke Florida.'
the facts that the seed was field. A hurried phone call to I Fellow around here' just boughta By Mrs. J. L. Strickland ( HEAL) A. J. Thomas, use with, of and the for lloard'M the following existing, for eqtlipment. .\Ill'. for Plf. 8-9 4t 9-30 Atty. for Plf. 9." 4t 9-30
Gainesville and Inside of three Am Clerk of said. Court .
broadcast rather sparsely, and pound of a new cabbage .. now Pv Haven Crosby .... C. with. to-wit four: One> new l Motelgrader .
> lHelenailee.
that the near-hurricane swept and a half hours the tractor was called simply cabbage "B" _. at BEJtHY IAN PADGETT Illluin, .V. Long, Ualnexvllle' Fla., 4-i-yele, mot cylinder Isis. than e ito

over It a week after planting. repaired and In good working $18.00 a pound. In few other Berryman Padgett of Middle- Ally for Plf. 9-J 4t 9-23 fcor..rp. ..ner., with full mechanicarontrolw TRANSFER AND
order That is the kind of completewltlk rubbertire R. B. ALVAREZ & SON
There will be a lot of good feedin service again.a farmer needs, and Incidentally 'fields or endeavor. Is there the burg passed to the great beyond I.r-lorldni flri-nlt" In Court........llredford...,.. C'ouxlr. .. with ten day delivery, F.U.U.

it, and when we turn it under. change that l Is going on In farmIng Friday night, Sept. 16, 1910 at .Mabel Mol'iilm. Cameola Plaintiff l Htarke, Florida
number in our appreciates! about nine o'clock. He had not VM. Hiltih Cameola Defendant CatittNo. Bid will also be then separately
be
it will step one S S today. "Now" is the watchword TiillXOrder received" for Much equipment on I.'W:1 We operate local
program of enriching our land. and progress Is the goal. been well for some time. but continued ..I Piihllrnllon and Votlre toAppear. Such lease and with the bidder auceptlnir :
Made our first "contraption" to ..'r." .: <)... .ORln' lolKiilph 1. and, credltlnn upon 'the rent .
Heard last week saying: working. Friday he had IR..AtRSON tt1'I & distance
long
an apt More about) this new cabbage ; with the ;
work with the tractor this week. i'ameolii., whi'>.*> residence, AadilrexH II" accrue ( major credit
land is like a bank account; youcan.t when we get the details and see worked on a house he was help. la an I', 170 St., Bronx I within: :Hi" Ihtf: tlo month.' of theiensetei'in In 17.8.
Problem was to level the beds build New York City: ) existing OS MI anywhere
to failed
take out more than you putin. of It. Ing or repair we
some equipment f sail IJtar *
preparatory to planting. Using/ Ton are required. to appear on I, i> "l. to.wlt
e e eArranged to learn which. He and anotherman Vtolier. :1. 1949 In the al>u\e named One < Hterplllar Motor .rader Model EXCELLENTSTORAGE
C C C some short ends of 2x6'fl and2x8's Court Rnd cause wherein. plaintiff I Jill: nllh ..............t. and. withcondition
I made a small platform an old. fanhloneil. who was working with him seeks Alvorce & restoration. of I hulllwer.. Httuiehment. ,us ... p..t. '
Had a good talk with Lester "trade" with our neighbors Tom were going home in a truckwla'n former name., Bradford County mind without" Mnrrnntr.evpreiMeil .

Kite out Brooker way. He has then 3-8" cable by meana with of cable a length clamps of Shears and his son Thomas. Mr. Padgett told his comPanion Teleicraph next four shall weekly publish IHMUI.B.WltneMH thin. OrderIn In .warranted or tn Implied be traded, eveept In ice title. a S.::;: ;
I
about 80 head of hogs and Is now Needed help In getting roof of to stop the truck and let my hand, and official seal. credit upon such r.nl..llI. or at the ______ FACILITIES
fastened It to the hydraulic arms him he at Ktarke' ., Florida thin August option of the Hoard a* a credit upon
them off corn. Sayshe out was The
fattening on smothering
chicken shed
of the tractor. "Contraption"worked back on, as It had 31. 1941.! uch purcltHMe. price. Agents For -
does not like white hogs. as been blown off Those fellowj operator of the truck stopped the (OPr'H'ML KRAL: A. .1. Thonian, HldM. will alno he then ncparatelyrecelveil ..
to "blister" especially fine and now we are om> vehicle Mr. Padgett out of An Clerk of scud Court. by the Hoard for the sale. DelcherBros.
seem got
they .step nearer to our goal of mechanical had experience in. that line, so Py Haven Crosl, ', I>. C. I by It of the said Caterpillar Motor See us first!
in back of the ears with result- decided to "swap some tractor.InA' It, walked a few steps, staggered 'I'. Frank. Landrum, "Hlurkt" Florlilit.. i ruder wll i II altachmenm I and with .
ant screw-worm trouble. :Hakes farming. Am working for their help. Result: wltii as if he were going to fall. Hla Ally for fit D-:! 41 8-2.1 I riulliloKer, attachment, In It. pre-. -'--- -5'
out method of getting fertilizerInto I ent condition. and without warranty
-- -- their help chicken shed roof backon companion jumped out of the In f Ireiilt. (Court. llradforil touiilr, except. title. I I. warranted, for cash.
u beds. ; believe It can be done i i truck dashed to Mr. Padgett, Flurlilai. In < ..0101.....". | AildreHH. all tdda. 'Hoard\ of County.
by making two "cuts"; first one better than ever in less thana I OefirKe John "au r. Plaintiff vs. CommlKHloner, rare Clerk Circuit
day; now it Is our turn andwe'll and reached him Just as he drew KllMalteth. llauer Uvfemlant. CltHONo ,'..,"rt. :Staike. Florida. Tlie Hoard
We want to :will lay off beds and ridge up the his hint breath. 75(13.Order ( "'"."rv .. 'the right to reject
Mr. any
earth somewhat and fertilizerwill I rut up Rome land for them I Padgett was or ....hlI,-..C ,... nml \,,i.Ice toIppenr. minI nil hldn and preference may he
I that they couldn't handle by.Ihemselv. ,',77 years old. ..TtTK UK .'..OR.II I \ lolKllKHlteth given nn the |lease. to MdH "1,.. lfy.In Dead AnimalsFREE
demonstrate this be spread Into middle of cut; : llauer, whoN* ewlilenre'gt ,.' a lower rental for the first IS Don't Bury Your
then on second cut earth will be .. 1 He leaves his wife Mary of a.I I I No money changes hands, both { Mkldlebiirg: 2 sons Charlie and iiltal, V Hldir. :0,". ii, V\anl'n Inland of 'the Ptiard' mav be
ridged up over the fertilizer May-j :New Yo'k, : .
Innpected.' Hy order of until Hoard SANITARY REMOVALOF
BETTER be It will work, and maybe not. I jobs get lone and a good feelIng I Lester of Cocoa; a brother. Bur- You Hie required to appear. on I thin. HtpinlM-p| II 1944 PROMPT
of neighborliness on both I ton of Middleburg; a sister, Mrs. October' :J I. tOur' In C the above nam..dC..II.I 81912.1 ;M. O. Harrell. Chairman.
Will try It. and cnu.e wherein plaintiff I
PLOW '| sides I Laura Johns, of MUldleburg; andnumbet'leai seeks divorce, & ruHtnilv He control ,! DEAD HORSES MULES OR CATTLECALL
I S e e j I other relatives and of minor children. Uradford" County. In Circuit Court. llrndfford C'ountr,
..
Klurldal I < ,
hnnrerv.
(Circumstance make strangeHOWARD'S Teleitraph I shall puullnh this OrderIn
I'unr raw and calf were almost friends to mourn his departure.The n.*xt fuur weekly. iHHiieM.WltneMH < John. i". Murphy Plaintiff vs. Mar. OUR lyiONE OPERATOR AT OUR EXPENSE
*'ha H. :Murphy livfendunt. Cine
,
plagued to death with flies until Funeral was at Padgett my hand enl official veal No.: 75)2.Order ) .
at Htarke, Florida' Ihl.UIl'U'" 189
wo washed them down with a Cemetery. 31. 1IM1I. of lukllcntlon and Yeller toAppenr. PHONE STARKE
called (OFFICIAI i SEAM) A. J. Throa"R..1' Mrvrn 01" 'LOIC.n< is i
dairy spray Marlate (trudo CI.AKENCK IH'DSOV!! An' Clerk nt sat Id l Court. ''':.r.I8:1'V'Ykn:: : : ': whoiie residence If You Have Difficulty Call Our Jax Office Day
name), Result fewer files fewer : Py n. C. i and : .
swishes In the with the cow's i We learned early last week ot T. FL""knT.ac: : ,, Mtarke, FioI.la.1' You are required to appear on Night or Holidays
eye October In the above
Aity. for i'lf. B-2 4t K-2J in. 1949. named \
tall, and more milk One application the sudden death of Clarence Court and caue, wherein plaintiff
laits about a month. I Hudson, another man who spent \.tiro. ..r Applleatlon for Tn. DeedIloUHe seeks. divorce Hradford CountyTelegraph JAX PHONE 45500
Hill N..>. I 18113. shall publish thl Ordel
S e Slie his early manhood in the Clay Notice l is 'hereby given that W 8.Plblev In next four weekly issues.

im'' LLICI. This plow brat batch of 1.lg"",, got one Hill! section, on the farm now occupied -. the :holder I I of the following'oitlflcatea WltneRN my hand find official
| CORP.
FLORIDA SOAP
has flloil sail lertlfl.rateH seal nt Starke, Florida 'this Sept
leaves a clean little ono which we promptly by Hobert. Taylor. When for a tax deed' to .... iHRUedthereon. 7. l 1q19" ,
cut furrow wall and furrow Clarence was a young man he The certificate (OFFICIAL "HE.Vn) A. J. ThomaAx .
named She's
"Runty" a poor, and of Inauanoe. the Clerk, of said Court
year
bottom a turned-over furrow skinny thing and we've been I I went to Jacksonville to work, tion of the property and nllmb..r.j. ny Haven (Crophv, r>. c*. Doctors Inlet Fla. Ph. Orange Park 2198
slice and In which It assessed 'r. Frank, I.nndriim "Htarke. Florida.
well covered trash.It ) shortly after he and Maggie wan ,
trying about everything imaginable fnllowaCertificate. No. 614. Year A'''' f 10""r Pit 9-1 4t 9-10
is controlled by Ford H,. to build her up but so. far Stalling were married. He resided .

draulic Touch Control. ... ...' it's been no use. Of all else falls In Jacksonville until his

t- death. He Buffered a heart attack
Built strong, '- we might try some Lydia Plnk- i

with\ bases .,'a.l- hpm's Vegetable Compound! Friday night, September 0, Here'swhat's S .

.able to fit any .., Call on tie. for reliable drugaiiil I! e SC and died Saturday the next day. I ; ;'

plowing condition heallli needs at worthwhile Tilling to visit flryant Rrddlitli'tf I i He l leaves his wife; four daughter S-CS

Let us visit our purl ","IIIK''e pride ourselves on I place and nee a big Brahman bu',1 Lauvlna Lewis Leona and underneath

bring one out to and .settle he has P'rom talk we've heard, Edna all of Jacksonville, and

Jour place soon. department# the scrupulous exactness which he's something extra so we'reKoinll' Hester, who resides in Japan

I to try to get a picture of with her husband; a sister An-
DIXIE"EQUIPMENT goes Into every' single prescription value
;! I him. If he's friendly you'll see nie Sayward of Jacksonville; a Advance-Design '

\te fill. a picture If he's not come see nephew, Charles Hudson of ,
S
Inc. I us at Shadycrest. Jacksonville; and an uncle. Lisa /

PHONE 79 S S Lang and a number of cousins in ,
I I
1136 Went. Main St.. South Temple Avenue Starke Fbi.i First It'a' been too wet to plant I Clay 11111.Clarence. /1 S.. S

Gainesville Fla. and now It's too dry. All of I was In his I sixties. :

whlrh deepens our Interest In an i ;
I The funeral was at Long Branch : 4 4St

overhead irrigation system, and !I Cemetery September 12. > 44
then dry weather will not mean / t

the ruination it does now. I'

Sweet potatoes got off to a Your Feet Know The 2a : /i; cj

poor start due to some dry $ c
Build it with Difference :
weather but are now coming! along ;t 5"S
3S
-... better and no doubt will 4A S S(5 .5 ,

Improve when the fertilizer tiikes C S 4

hold. I ,
e

I I II II Now In pulling out grass from I e

I the garden we put It In H ham- 'Z 2''

per and transfer It to our front I ;

I II I yard. It grows good in the garden -, .. .
; bet It withers and dies where v ,
I S.r .
II we want some lawn. When You Tiring Your 4 t

I S S Sthetis Shoe Repair Work To r 4. ;'., &S S 'It.'. ,,e Yo II',. looking at lbS "bacl<.bon."
back and. "make
are again .,.S. "" eAt: of a Chevrolet Advance-Deiign truck .
music all tie dny". Mocklnjj birds. BIGGS & BAKER t .e 4, S JO ,tttt
I L / 'J the source of Chevrolet's mass Iv. .trength
., blue Jays wild canaries row .email .,
Kry job large or Jd'1'1Iour fJt:
i : ;, and durability. Run thai
birds. blue birds, etc., keep up a .5 your eye over rugged

serenade ;which starts before heat workmanship ultli the 9gSS\ ; teemS and tho e sturdy! Ping. H_'* tha rock-totid

dawn and continues until the night I bent, material S'S S S liP. foundation that ko.p* Chevrolet truck hauling at .pak

hawk starts his wild swooping a- 't efficiency mil. after mil*, yar after yarl Add Chevrolet'

I round for insects at dusk !I S S powr-packd Valv-n-Hod! engine, Synchro-M transmission
; e S e
i I Got the alumJnum.n..tlan S and Hypoid roar axle, and you've a combination that'. built for the

: FARROWING HOUSE II I blinds. for our home. One more WELDINGWe load powered lor the pull) Com tee the*. great truck todayl

I I small step In our program of Improvement -,

for better pork production I II 5' /enfurlnn VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINES-Greater. power .per. ..1108. 1 tower Mat per load .

I I e e C t S DIAPHRAGM' SPRING CLUTCH-Smooth .ne.g.msi't. SYNCHRO-MESH TRANSMISSIONS
I r S -Qme, *. smooCh lulling" HYPOID BEAR AICLES-S times trongv than sisal l
house : Head. ulih a great deal of Interest I .5 bevel type DOUBLE-ARTICULATED BRAKES-Complete l driver control WIDE-BASE
; : and lanitotion build hog II
For convenient, efficiency your all of the writings about S WHEELS Incraued tire mllMge ADVANCE-DESIGN\ STYLING-With the cab. ..K.
ef CONCRETE BLOCKS. it will provide dry. warm querttrs and I. ( ""B ......." BALL.TYPE $tERiNO-Ea.uir "handling' UNIT-DESIGN DOOlES I
: is easily kept froo from parasite There' o me to 'fit t your **ed>. : this farm program and that farmprogram ,' PrKwon,. twillPRIMMED
I und all of the spouting

Phone ......... for complete details. VV* deliver. I of this group and that group IT MORI USERS THAN THE NEXT TWO MAKES COMIINED!

I that are friends of the farmer
offer the fM-ople of Starke
.
and want to help. Everyone ,
UICII S. IASI.FLOOR. .
I CONCMTI ILOCIIS. should be a friend of the farmer: J-j
ami vicinity owe of the most -
: DRAIN AND ROO Till after all he feeds them, and the

;I aIADY. .....XID CONCim AND CIMENT way stomach to a man's! heart Is througlhis modern and flne..t equipped ADVANCE-DESIGN CHEVROLET TRUCKS _


.. S eR. S welding hop. anet here.
SPECIFICATIONS
MEETS ALL A.S.T.M.
I 1.. Batten showed m> a flno

\ ear of his Improved Cuban Flint All Work Guarantee] \

.Annis Inc. corn: which he says la the hardiest -
Building Supply
;I i that can: be grown and Is SMITH'S GARAGEAND TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

highly weevil resistant. Next
136-1048 W. Main St., South
.
year Mr. Batten plans to mix It MACHINE= SHOPTsple

'" GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA with Dixie 18 and hope. to retain -
As. Stark
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P.O. Box 62 rhn 217-218 the but qualities of both STARKE, FLA. _

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,". SKPTEMIICR: : %3. 1919
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. ST.AKKE. FLORIDA PACK SRVHV'

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Baptist ChurchThe Church Of ChristV. Sunday supper guests of Mr. and guests at the home of his brother
I Mrs. Martin Rclnau in Palatka. J. A Gnann here Sunday.We .
E. Jones Minister I STATE FARM
great Sunday morning services Mr. and Mrs John E. Williamsof are glad to report that Mrs.

to accommodate the great I Eleven visitors were present Ity Mrs. Bryan Whltflrlil Tallahassee were visitors of Mr. James Swindell Is able to returnto

crowds attending the First Baptist Sunday morning for the Lord's and Mrs. J: L. Williams Sunday. her home after spending several
These visitors were on their way days In Shadycrest Hospital!
Church of Starke with messages Day service Including Mrs. Powell ('OIIUNITCLtn: : ; DIETING; :
home following a vacation trip tointeresting In Starke.
by the Pastor, Rev. Lewis D. Mrs. Wllkerson and Mrs. Flower arrangement In the Club I,
polnta In the east. Miss Irene Cochrane of McIntosh -
SunDA Haines at all services during. the Brlnson. of Jacksonville Mr.
and Room of
; were marked beauty
{
.- day. At 9:45: during the first worship -' During the past weekend Mr. visited her parents here last A
hour the message will be "Let Mrs. C. \\'. Norman and Mr. and Tuesday afternoon September 13'and Mrs. Lyle A. Noland and therl Wednesday night and Thursday

St. Mark's Episcopal I CATHOLIC CHURCH My People Go" from the life of the Mrs. W. M. Beckstlne of Green when the Community Club resumed daughter/! Meredith Ann, of Orlando Rev and Mrs Fred Dodd and r..a

Sunday Mass 9:15: am. deliverer Moses. The Youth Chorus Cove Springs; Mrs. Iline Strick Its 1048-49 meetings. Of out' and Mr. and Mrs. J. II. children were dinner guests of Mr.
"Rev. B. E. Simmons, B. D., Vicar Sunday School 11 Strickland l and their Johnnieof
a.m. under the direction Mrs. Mona land and Linda Sue Strickland ol stand importance/ among the son, and Mrs. E. S. Sibley Sunday.
Sunday, September 25th: I Week Day Mass 8:30:: a.m. Canova will lead the singing.At routine business transacted was Gainesville were guests of Mr, Rev Brookins filled his regular
Flora Home; and Mr. and Mrs!
9:45: : a 111. Church School. Classes dayBible the regular eleven o'clock the appointment by the president, and Mrs A C. Davis appointment at the Baptist Church
for all ages nursery through Junior 'I' Study Is every Wednesday hour the lout message In the series Ford Manning of Klngsland Ga. Mr Lawrence DtiKger of :a committee Mrs. P. S. Crews and Misses here Sunday. We were all glad Too
: High School. at 7:45: "September Studies of Sins of the The public has a cordial Invitation to nominate officers for the Betty Williams and Erma Jean to know that he Is Improving nicely late to Buy

11:00: a.m.. Morning Prayer and : CONGREGATIONAL Saints" will be brought by Rev to attend services at the ensuing year Those selected for Godwin attended the Singing Convention after spending some time In a

Berman by the Rev. S. W Creasey. METHODIST CHURCH Halnes titled "Sin of Sanctlfica- Church of Christ. Bible school this work were: Mrs. P. I n. Fan- at the Christian\ ChurchIn Gainesville hospital. Residence BuxgLuy

6:00: p.m. Youth Fellowship In Services every first and third tlon." The adult choir wit be directed is held each Lord's day at 10::OO cite, Mrs. Li. A. Shepherd and Starke Sunday afternoon Do not forget services every
by Mm. Lucille Green and A. M. The worship service be. Mrs M. E. Orlner. Hostesses forth Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell
cooperation with the youth of the Saturday night, Sunday morning I Sunday at Theressa Baptist Insurance
: gins at 11:00: each morning .. orcaslon were Mrs. P. S. Crews
Sunday
Presbyterian Church at that and, Mrs. Mona Canova will be at theHammond were supper guests of Mrs. J. B. .
and 11 a.m. : School
Sunday night Church. Sunday 10:00:
and theme will be and Mrs. Paul who
for both worship ser Sunday's Meng nerved Caldwell in Ocala Sunday,
church. 8 p.m. at Congregational Metho-,, vices. "The Scheme of Redemption) devil's food cake with Iced tea M.V.. O. Strlnnfellow andMUs 'o'clock a.m. Preaching Services Inquire !
The church Is for I dis Church Brownlee and 8 now
open dally on 11:00: a.m. p.m. YoungPeople's
Road.-I The regular Happy Hour service Through the Ages. The Yo"n'people's to the number of members presentand Melba! Strlngfellow spent
and meditation. Rev. Ernest Griffla ( Prayer
.prayer UnIor,7:34): p.m.
will be held at seven-thirty Sunday I class convenes at 7.0J; to Mrs. Cecil Sewell, club Wednesday, with !Mr end Mrs. Charley E. Johns
evening with the Pastor's message+I p.m.. Sunday and the subject guest. Colorful mints and! party George Manassa in Green Cove Meeting every Wednesday night
being "The Great Comforter" I will be "Repentance." The napkins added to the attractive- Springs 7:30: pm. Everyone welcome AgencyPhone

I this hour of church youth Is urged to attend flees of the plates.
During requested and Mrs. Vance
HEAR PASTOR BOB GRAY ( Mr. Geiger and 1IHX13 THANKS VOTK.K.H IS 8TAKKE. FLA.
hymn and choruses the Youth' this class and It Is preparing to Mr. and Mrs Reese Bradley and
BRIDGE LUNCHEONMra. I thank all the people of Starke
Chorus will sing with Mrs. Ruth participate In the tent meetingsoon I their Clinton and Jack
SUNDAY 8 P. M. eons
: to brgln. The H. J. Kucera was hostessat for the many kindnesses. to me In
Morse organist. evening a bridge luncheon at her home Wayne, of Jacksonville were Sunday -
service the past election. I am deeply ..
preaching at
"THE TRAGEDY OF NEGLECT" Sunday School gathers at 9:45: 7:30 o'clock and the commences subject next Wednesday of last week. Her supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. grateful I for their fine uppnrt.Slnc..rely .......;
a.m. for Bible Study directed by a Clients: included members of the: J. M. Bradley
Sunday Is "The Establishmentof j TRAylLEhS'
I prmntlna THE Hartfordern
staff of more than 60 officers and. Last weekend Mrs. J. Q. Godwin '
State Farm Bridge Club and
11 "Doing the Work of the Lord"FIRST the Church." The Midweek Mrs.1 Leslie nigge.
a.m.: ---
teachers. This Sunday Is Promo
Lex Green, Mrs. J .M. and Mrs Jim B. Godwin accomi r
Bible and!
tlon Day and promotion exercises study prayer meetingIs and Mrs A. Z. Adkins of Starke.I i panted Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Reddishof -r I r I .
held each
BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton will be conducted In each department Wednesday night at Webster where
7:30: o'clock.It Specimen blossoms enhanced the I Lawtey they Ir t
beauty of the living and dining visited Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Reddish
Bible School at 10 O'clock Training Unions meet at 6:15: Is hoped that the GospelTent rooms where the tables were plac .

? for discussion and fellowship with Meeting will begin next ed. Winners of club prices\ on Mrs. W. E. Feagle and Mrs. C.
K. T. U. at 7 P. M. week. Watch for further an-
Unions for all ages. Promotion thin' occasion were Mrs. Dennis D. Sellers and little Emma Lou

Come visit the Friendly Church exercises will also be conducted In nouncements of meetings.Methodist regarding. this scries I, Fancher for high scorn and Mrs. Sellers were dinner guests at noon rP
the Training Unions this Sunday M. E. Grlner for second r-'fth. In Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny +

evening. ,| "Bingo" Mrs D. L. Nix was lucky Outlaw In Hague.;

I Mid-week service is held each I Church Among the guests" Mrs. Green, won Kn; route from Inverness to t

(' Wednesday at 7:30:: p.m. with more high prize and Mrs. Adkins their temporary home In Albany,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev. Sunday Is Promotion Day in the "
than 100 in attendance for this "Bingo. Ga, Mr. and Mrs. Sentell Chambers 1rhV
Church School. It Is the time
Lewis D. Halnes, Pastor hour of power and spiritual bless- New .were Saturday overnight
when pupils move up from a classor Farm residents are Mr.
and Mrs. Dewitt Sinclair who guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Chambers -
r Ing.A department to another It is are
"In The Heart of Town And In The Heart cordial invitation Is extendedto a good time for those who have not living In the Bouvier home and .
residents!' and travelers alike to been attending to start the habit. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harden and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nelson of

of The People"A worship at any and all services. There Is a class for you. The Sun their sons. Leroy and William Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mra. I I"Roofing's

-- PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS day School begins at 9:43: : a.m. who are In tho Holmes house.STT. I R.V.. Brannen during the week
Southern Baptist Church For All People end..
The sermon subject for Sunday .
10th St. and Temple Ave.
.
: FARM: OR"N1)
,, Mr. and, Mrs. M. C. Roberts have
"r morning will be'"To Seek and To
I
School 9:43: Morning
Sunday : a. m.; CHIDRKN:
Morning Worship-11:00 Happy Hour 8:00 11 Save Thin Is a missionary message had as their guests t this past week
Worship a. m.: Evangelistic
Mr,
and Mrs
Lloyd SIIKHS of
tho lattcr's grandparents Mr. and
both home ond .
Sunday S'lIo..l9U Training Cnlon-6:45: Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Is also a personal foreign.It Sharks announce the birth of their Mrs. J. R. Thomas of Mclntonh.

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 t>. M. welcome. message. I daughter, Linda Louise, Saturday Additional dinner guests of Mr.

"" CHURCH OF GOD Sunday evening at 7:30: p.m., September 17. Before her marriage and Mrs. Roberts Monday were Right!" Siding's Swell I!"
the will be I
VUNDAY'MORNING'SERVICES sermon
'GREAT" subject .
TWO : Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor Mrs. Suggs was Louise Godwin Mr. and, Mra. R. D. Goolsby 01 ,
"Doest Thou Well To Be ? I
9:45: "Let My People Go" 11:00, "Sin of Sanctlflratlon" 8th & St. Clair St*. (Jonah 4:9): ). Angry John, (laughter Godwin/! of Mr. and Sire Miami and Mrs. BUI Rhodes and Can you any that about YOUR home?

Sunday School 10 a.m. You are Invited to her son, Billy of Jacksunville.THERESSA, If not, you'll find the top-wade Hoofing
7:30 P. M. "The Great Comforter" worship
Hour : : Mr.
Happy 11 and Mrs. Marcus Reddish
Sunday Morning Worship a.m. with us. and Siding materials you want here at
"" "" r' Sunday Evening Service 7:30:: p.m. of Keystone Heights announce the STAKKK; HUILDEKS SUI'I'UEH.. They
"Visit The Church With The Visiting Pastor" Y. P. E Sesvlce Tuesday 7:30: p.n1.I I birth of their second son Dennis Manville
At The Tabernacle are the famous Johns products! .
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: Tuesday September 13. Mrs. Reddish
p.m.j known for and lasting good
was formerly Melvcen Davis,) long wear
Horrle Unann
I "Little Sln and their utl-' Ity looks!
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C :

I mate the consequence message by was the Sponsor dealt withIn of Davis Mrs. FT. S. Sibley has returnedto F.I II.\. Remodeling or Repair Loans can be

HOME TAR L I N G STARKE the Tabernacle Sunday morning.The Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Kurera and her home here after!' spending obtained. Let us explain to you.

S S evening service was climaxed their children. Patsy and Brian, some lime In South Miami with '
OWNED FLORIDA by the baptism of a fine young I spent Sunday at St. Augustine relatives. While there she attended .

& Market man. Appropriate music for the I Beach. the funeral of her brother-in- TARKEHUIIDERS' *
Grocery day's services was rendered by En route from Memphis, Tenn.. law H. K. Monrer. Mr Moorerwas

R. J. Comes and Miss Wallace A to her home In Miami Mrs Mailge a former resident of this com c:

WEEK ENDING SEPTEMBER 24, 1919 I specially attractive program is Bozurth a former Farm resident, inanity We sympathize\ with SUPPLIESS.A.L.
being prepared for arrived Friday to visit Mr. and the family In their bereavement.' '
Saturday DEPOT..t7( .4..a
d .
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry Streets I night's Youth Meeting. It was Mrs M. E. Coiner Mr and. Mrs. ; Mr. and Mrs Ted Gnnnn and 45W'"

refreshing to hear the children Grlner and Mrs. Bozaith were family of Fairbanks were dinner ,,_ "" r 6" 6 6 ""


' SAUSAGE, In Oil, Per Gallon - - 1.95 begging Watch the last for for meeting.more announcements Bible questionsat of I


special speakers soon.Preshyterian ,


c Church WHY THE '

OXYDOL LARGE 24Diamond Morning Worship at 11:00: )I) o'
clock. The theme of the sermon

BOX Is: "All Is Not Enough" and the

scripture lesson is found In Mail I
101722.: Some modern philosophers
are trying to unseat God. I!
forgetting' the three essentialideas I' MISSOURI PACIFIC

to morality: God freedom, ,
NAPKINS, pkg. lOc Ronday Beef Stew, 15 oz. 14c Immortality. I
I
Visitors are always welcome. I

Blue Rose RICE, lb. 12ic!%) FRESH GREENS DAILY Sunday are Invited School 9:15 to: bring a.m. their Parents '

children. and remain for the

Friendship Bible Class for men RAILROAD STRIKE ?


UMA BEANS, Green & White King Cole No. 2 Can 23c and for Junior St.women.Mark's Westminster Episcopal Fellowship and


"Best in town for the money!" SEL..IUSI: (; Presbyterian youth has changedthe !
hour of Its meeting to 6 o'-


48lb. I will clock.The be held World on-Wlde October Communion 2. We Over twenty years ago the Congress of the efficiently the unions or ignore,economically agreement if the J or loaders law*.' of

will celebrate the Holy Communion -
at the morning service next Provisions; of the which
25 United States the Labor Act.
FLOUR Sunday at 11:00: o'clock. VlsitI passed Railway are DisregardedThere '

Iv I ors having no church home In
Starke are Invited to share this I There are live way under the Kail way
lb. service with us. The Simmon | was hailed by union leaders as a model I l.ab..rActto..ttlodiapu..ollprth.meao.in

I announces a con g regutlonal /( of contracts; :
meeting to be held on October 1-UeciHion by National Railroad Adjustment .
9th at 11:10: a.m. for the settlement of labor disputes. ::: Hoard.5J .

-Decision by System Adjustment

CIH'RC'II OK JF.HCM CHRIST, Hoard for the specific\ railroad

GRITS Jim Dandy Brand 5 Pounds 32c : OF LATTER MAY \I.\TH of the Brotherhood of President Truman's Hoard 3-UtCl l ion by arbitration. .
I TLoomotive referee.'I
f- The Church of Jesus Christ o! I Engineer, Brotherhood 4-Decision by neutral ,
Later Day Saints will hold Sunday I of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, Condemns StrikeTlirre 6-Uecwion by court .l-

school In the USO buildingon I Order of Railway Conductors, and the I 18 an established legal method for Tim Missouri Pacilio Railroad has been
TOILET TISSUE Feline 4 Rolls 25c Temple Avenue V"r" Sunrtnv:; Brotherhood of Kaitroad Trainmen on the handling disputes involving existing written and i* entirely willing to have them disputes
- - I with the
at 10 a.m. A cordial Invitation MiHHOuri Pacific Railroad have refused to contract just as there is such a settled in accordance requirement
extended to all. of the Railway Labor Act.itefiardlena .
jh. I avail themselves of the peaceful means method of settling any contract dispute :

provided by this Act for nettling their dinwhich. you may have in your daily life of this fact railrnnrl.Innocent the union. leadenbavA

c putes. They I Insist that they be the sole The President of the United State appointed shut down that

5 lb. Fac- LAKE GENEVA umpire: of their own disputes over the a Fact Finding Board to invent Suffer
meaning of contracts. gate and adjust the Missouri Pacific dis Uynlanders :

SUGAR tory Pack! 29 lly Blanche Cunningham pute. This Board reportt>d. (in part. a* Losses and Hardship

1 for Strike follows: .
There la no Need Ii
NO STRINGS Mrs. Forest Austin and two There are about ",VVV engineer, remen.
children are upending everalwel'ks With all of the available methods for the "...11"I with .deep MOM o'regret Ual ... conductors! and trainmen on the Missouri
obliged la report Ib. failure of our ml. known
"operating"
ATTACHED! with Mrs. Auxtln's par. interpretation of contracts, there is no are Pacific. They are a*
sion. It seem inconcelfabl. la an that a of
and the moat highly paid
ante Mr. and Mrs L. N. Wagner need for strike or even a threat of a roe.e airlk. should occur oa ono of Ih.nation' employed, are
but
after which she will go to Ft. strike but the leaden of these railroad major uinuportallon sjMem*. with aU employee on the nation's railroads,
action ha resulted in the loss
Worth Texaa to Join her husband unions) have ignored the ordinary procedure alt at IB. 1 locum and hardship thai would their strike
T. Sgt. Austin The Austin *established by law and insist upon follow. I I" .1.! of III. fact thai th. RaU.., of work to 22oOO) other employee of the
LARD Kingan's Best Per Pound 18c arrived In the State last imposing their own interpretation of their Labor' Ad provides aa orderly, efflcJ.nl and Missouri Pacific. In addition they have
- - hard-
week from. Japan where Sjft. contracts by mean of m strike. complel.. remedy for the fair and just .e&impo8l1 J great inconvenience and
Austin was stationed for two t The wheel' Lave stopped rolling on the U.menl .f Mb. mailers la dispute.. Crle hip upon the public and the communities
year. ".nee*.fib.character her under discussion served by that railroad.on .
Missouri Pacific. They atop rolling
may are numeroim. andof such frequent. occurrence The Railway Labor Act was designed
T. W.
c Cunningham ordnanceman other railroads at any time. Itecentlyi all railroad thai the general ado,,>
such interruptions
on to the public against juat
NAB Jacknonvllle protect
spent i the Wabash: Railroad was forced to din- hoe of Ib* policy pursued by the organlaa
Have tried the weekend at his home here. continue for several days under result la the of commerce
you operation weld
Sloan la thin cue noon .
Ih. >
Ma wa on a recent cruise to New IftheM men will aot comply with prouUon
BREAD I similar circumstance complete aalUflcatlon of Ib. Railway Labor of such .
the settlement dlnaale
I 0 York aboard the Carrier Midway. f Ih. law for
Dixie
Pride ? AeL ...
Amongthose attending the I, (he* all thinking American moat face the ''I-

Fresh Daily funeral "tof the late Tom Campbell i I 'What are These Strikes About Obviously the railroads cannot be run tlo... "What Ia I lie nest ateel"FRlD"

I of Keystone Heights Mondaywere Them strikes and strike threat are not

Mrs. Ida M. Gentry M.... about wag raw or hour They result

: Wm. Wagner, Mra. Wm. Nuttlea, from dispute over th* meaning. of exist.
T. M. Flnley and Mr*. Blanche contract They cover claims for a full
ing
We Give Those Appreciation Day Tickets Cunningham and son. Richard.Mra. ....'*pay for.lea than a....'*work,or foe .
R. Forsyth, Mra. Arnold .
for service performed by othen .
payment : 1
We Also Deliver Groceries! Carlson
and Mra. '
Blanche
Cunningham who were fully paid for the work done. g5raes .

were Starke caller on .IIII .. )4".' -". +.+e..., _.___.-_.. ._...... .s
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1 PAGE ElflHT BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEORAPH. ATARKR.icf.nnTn\:

__, FRIDAY. SKPTKMnER; : 23 1919
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t TORNADOES OPEN Tornado Training tlce position|II! over participates, every boy In in prlntllplnnnl'd each I Commissioners Held New Baptist Church At Keystone HeightsIs I In Clrralt c......... Bradford. County,' Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
floridi 3m Cb vrr.Murven I seeks. dlvorc Bradford
AT WIUJSTON TONIGHT Rough And Tough to build. up leg musclesand Brief Session Well Under Construction Nelson. Plaintiff v.. nose' Telegraph l shall publish thla'.County Order
(Continued from page 1)) wind Then (and they are I \/nblorkl Nelson HetemJunt. Cuss In next four weakly. Innuoa.
I Here This MonthThe No. 7411,
Witness hand
I my and official
toughest encounters of the ."fanun. Ity Edward Miwwy ( usually ready for .It by that Order ot Publication.. and Xotlr. seal at Htarks, Florida'. thin
e They meet Seabreeze (IDay- From where I .nit It looks as If time) the boys. are excused togo Board of County Commissioners to Af"*.. I 24. 1U4D. August
I Diadford High will have a swift shower ; TtTn OV F.nntint TO i (OFFICIAL PEAL) A. .
to the room p. Thomas
1 tona) here on Sept. 30, and Pa- / met the first Monday and nose Zahlorkl Nelson. whose cyst-lilencn
of Tornadoes capable ofstarting As Clerk of said
squad la Court.
D latka here on October 7. Botii wound up its business by noon Mouth Ilopmendow Nlr".t.1
whirlwind in Slinnbury, CimnoctlfutYou By Haven Crosby D. C.
of these. visiting. aggregations are a this fall. every $100,000 Ford Motor no members" could enjoy a half- .r. required to appear on I Ilollla V KnlaTlit, Slark Florida
''p.f, expected to outweigh the Torna- game they play holiday Labor Day. September 27 liM'i.! In above .named. Atty, fur I'ir. s-r. 4t H-1S

tt i: doe several pounds to the man With only one lay remaining Safety ContestIs The matter of a re-reglstratlon -.

"' and will undoubtedly leave the before the, first on- Open To All j the qualified electors of the _
Starke lads somewhat batteredto counter with Williston (there) {lot _
t county was taken up for consideration HOW !TONI HOME PERMANENT
to face another formidable opponent on September 23, Coaches Hubby> ", The Andrews Motor Co., of and the county attorney

4 p, K 1 Yonge, in, Gainesville and Funderburk are puttingthilr i'ltlll'ke Is among the 6,400 Ford" was requested to advise the

I' on October 11. charges through a rigorous dealers throughout the nation I Board as to the provisions of fI' 4H TWiCE\ AS EASY-TWICE AS FASTNew

.': This week Jack Wainwright and conditioning, process that be- who are participating In the '! Chapter 97 of the )Florida Stat-
at the rhln-up bar' and ends $100,000 car chock and safety I'lutes :
Glenn Conner' were elected captain Iglns as enacted by the 1010 session -
and co-captain by their Tornado some two or three hours later contest being sponsored( by the I of the Legislature In so far .

.1 team mates.CARPENTER'S. with a much-needed hot showerin Ford Motor Co., during September :i as It relates to a permanent Toni Refill Kit.New Photo
the athletic field house show how
new and October. single registration system for Method Directions 1
-' The first day fit training was Seven bundled prizes" totaling tho various counties of the State. Toni now waves many types of r '
; 1talk to the boy I hair in as little as 30 minutes.
j opened( by $100,000 will be awarded winnersof The attorney la also to advise
about what would' be expected 00 ,
+ ', the !safety contest The prizes the Board regarding the Act's |
of them during the) coming season are 23:: new Fords including. five ,I provisions that the commission' Nil

Training rules consist mainly Ford trucks; 2i! Jl.OOO) U. S. Savings : must arrange a county's voting Pictured TonI! SPIN pf//hll/3
of three things: 1)) There Is to above. In process of construction, Is the new First Complete Set New t
I tin .smoking 2)) No drinking Bonds 100 $100 Bonds, 2,00 precincts so that each precinct I II Baptist Church of Keystone Heights, located on Route 100 near the Curler No more rubber bands '
no ;
f 0 Hondo, nnd 350 $25: Bond. I
" $
> wholly within or wholly outsidethe all plastic-all-in-one I Grip!!
f lot Intoxicating beverages; 3)) No south city limits. Of Ocala llmerock 'block construction the church of
The rontent has the support of limits of towns or cities of spins .locks with a flick rJ
I staying/ out after 1O o'clock ,will have a seating capacity of 300, and will cost approximately the
r ( the National Safety Council, the over 1,500 population. This may finger. 2f> JJ
t tt |
: (Sunday through Thursday, ) and necessitate a change in Brad $23,000. Rev. Fred Pierce is pastor of the church, while Rev. F. ,

t I [not later than 12 o'clock Friday Committee Inter-Industry and Highway other .safety Safety or- I ford's precincts two and three Ridenous is chairman of the Board of Trustees. I ($2 u h.../'M'/ '

land! Saturday.A (north and south Starke). __.__ __ __ h a .0:1.$1:
ganizations.In

t II ns devised typical. by afternoon's Conch Hobbs training begins order to participate In. the The Clerk requested instruction Farm Bureau Issues applied to all fields of endeavor. KOCH DRUG STORESTARKE

with a half-mile jnunt content, motorists must take as to payment of wages to New Year Book The Doctor had. And in his

I II around the athletic field. From their car or truck, of any make county employees who are Injured To All Members wonted way he stated It mathe FLA.
i on the Job. It wall broughtout Let X
I there the boys run over to the to a Ford (dealernhlp for a safety matically. represent the .
check at absolutely no cost or obligation -I that the Insurance company solution-success' in life. The
I- chinning bar and pull as
/ up By Saturday all of Bradford
I many times an possible' without to the motorist. I! carrying compensation coveragefor County's Farm Bureau memberswill formula would be "A plus B plusC
the Board pays an injured "
t Htrninlng./! Then they hit the Free I checks will be made on of equals succesa.
receive their the
I PRESCRIPTION workman 6O percent of his actual copy Then what were A a'nd Band The Candidates Appreciated Your Support
ground for as many push-ups the brakes. steering, headlights Florida Farm Bureau's 210!
page
wages but that the disability C? The Doctor replied:
\ PHARMACISTS us' they can do. ear and, stop lights tires, windshield yearbook, state headquarters in
do not cover the first f.
payments
At 4 o'clock the .sqund Is wipers, muffler, glass, horn Drlando announced yesterday. "A is work. B Is play. And C-- To Make 7'heir Campaign A Success.Now .
lost time
four of
: orMHE-MINIT: SERVICE called together for calesthentlcs mil rear view mirror, days that Is the ability to keep one's
The Clerk was Instructed to Page 107 of the yearbook mouth shut!"
PHONE and after the exercise period is Dealers will place an attractivesafe
workmen full shows Bradford County's location
| pay any Injured Thus from the silent example
over, the candidates out for each
driven reflector Insignia on (I not to exceed the Illustrated ot
I time wages for on an map of a Vice President and the lips
drilled and
j Day 64 Night position are over over the ear' or truck Inspected and first 30 days of disability, accepting Florida; detailed information a- of the illustriously great come
until have each
they procedure tho motorl.'it: will be given an en- In return therefor the Insurance bout the county; as well as the wisdom.
'.--'--'---'--'-'-'<' down almost perfect. When prac- blank in the
try to participate
I payments for the p..rlod. names of officers, directors and -Times Union
contest.: If the disability extends members of the county's Farm -

Yes The Tourists And Transients Like The motorist then must com longer than 30 days, the injured Bureau. E. L. Crawford is president

pleto In no more than 00 additional employee will receive no further ; Leon Renfroe, vicepresident gee/

Our Food. words the following state- county payments but will receive ; and Russell. Norman, sec

t Hut we still have time to cater ment: the Insurance benefits as is pro- retary-treasurer W .8

"All ears and trucks should be vided in the workman's compensation Each year the State Farm
yeY to the home folks "'e appreciate safety-checked/ periodically because laws of the State and the Bureau publishes the yearbook,

Insurance carried by the That The Election Is Over And Tire
.
policy
your business" and alwaystry - which contains names of the entire
A Jury of prominent persons In Board. Favoring this action membership as well as val.

to please our friend at home. national safety circles will judge were Commissioners Harrell uable information to all connected Recent births at Shadycrest Football Season Is Here, The Tornadoes

the winners. Only one entry per Prevatt, Wilson and Chastain. with the farm Industry. Thisyear's Hospital were: _
truck be entered. Opposing was Commissioner the
car or may volume Is considered
Still Serving: Our Famous Business Men'JLUNCII / Other details of the contest are Crawford, who favored full pay. biggest and best ever produced. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus F. Reddish Will Appreciate Your Support To Make
of Starke Dennis
I a boy,
50c available at the Andrews Motor ment by the Board to the Injured Malcolm 13.
on September
I during the period" of disability SCIENCE & STATESMANSHIP: !! I j Mr. and Mrs. George Rlchen.I Their Season A Success.
less the 60 percent payable un-
GUIDON GRILL Co.Food I' dollar of Lake Butler
Vice President Alben Barkley a girl,
der the workmen's compensation
DistributedTo I Geneva SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY-
carried for the protection maintains silence on the fight Irene on September 15.
OEO. KOPRLOUSOSUNDERSTANDING School Cafeterias coverage of county employees. over the filibuster. Asked by the i| Mr and Mrs. L. L.. Suggs, of

Letters of appreciation .werereceived press for an expression of his Starke, a girl, Linda Louise, onSeptember SEE THE TORNADOES PLAY !

Totals $4,532.11Wholesome from several girls who opinions he simply "doesn't say." 17.

attended the short course at In all the years that he has. TWINS BORN
foods with a cashwholesale Tallahassee and the 4-H Girls lived the Vice President has Mr. and Mrs. John Jenks of
value ,332.11
of $
distributed to children In were the Club at Cherry Lake. learned the advisability of keepIng 6206 Warrenton Drive New Or. Gem JewelryWhere
one's own counsel and letting leans are announcing the arrival
schools of Bradford County during The bill of Clay Electric Co- :
of their other people do all the talking at of twin girls born Tuesday, Sept.
for removal
I
the fiscal June operative
based long of wide year ending times when he deems his own 20 in New Orleans. Mrs. JenksIs
upon years experience of
'lines the
30 Harmon P. Morgan superin : from right-of-way Quality Has No Substitute
words not in order. the former Miss Beatrice Mose-
tendent of instruction 'I the Hanrpton-Theressa hard road
public ,
and Serving dignifies this recommended There comes at the same time ley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
and
1 said today was approved John Christiansen of Staikc, Seaboard It. R Watch
I the report of an Informal Inter. Inspector e.
funeral home with a superior excel- Tho food. are made available to the State Road Department ,
view with Dr. Albert Einstein. JAMES RI'JUROJrC.RTJn':
by the Food Distribution Pro- for payment.The
lence in handling affairs of sacred grams Branch of the U S. Department road supervisor reported The great scientist has written Mr. and Mrs. James H. McCarthy Starke, Fla.

of Agriculture without I I that! the Model 112 motor grader a book he says no one may ever announce the arrival of a
discretion. read with any large degree of son, James Richard on September .
cost to the State. They are distributed : purchased by the county in 1940 ,
until long after he 8 at ..
understanding Shadycrest Hospital
In Florida through the was out of repair and that the
DeWITT C. JONES State Welfare Board. Cost of repairing It would be pro- Is gone. It has not been published, Mrs. McCarthy is the former
and due to and Its printing may be long delayed. Miss Dorothy Mott of this city. I
hibitive Impractical
Throughout the .state, the wide So far it Is still in manuscript -
Phone 7 Starke, Fla. variety of surplus commodities Its age and worn condition. The form. d
Board decided to advertise for W.C.T.U.TEMPKRANCE
distributed had a value of $911.- The Interviewer however got .
machine and tc
bids on a new
Funeral Director Ambulance Service 110.09. Foods provided Included offer the old one on the purchase off the beam of Einstein relativityand : :' IS: T II E PRESERVATION
dried apples, raisins dried
eggs brought the Doctor to talkingof '
: OF' DIVINE OR-
Our local funeral home enables ua to offer conveniences and dried milk orange concentrate price of the new equipment other He Inquired whe
things.
DER; IN THE BODY.
.
The county attorney watrequested
services not otherwise available. grapefruit Juice, cheese, peanut suitable ther the scientist had any idea Th.... Parker In " to a
I butter, potatoes and prepare be Sept. 23 Thru Oct. 1
many of a rule of success that could
.
,, sub
"" " others. notice calling for bids to be

We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and In Bradford County, some of mitted at the next regular meet-

accept ANY life Insurance policy In force, Issued, by ANY the items provided In the schools Ing. October 3, at 10 a.m.bldderron AS "I LUSAX
, and their wholesale value Included Pursuant to notice to OTHER MODELS I
$120
company Consultation as payment In part or in full on a funeral. 230 pounds dried eggs .a new or slightly used pull .

carries no obligation. $102. 0; 1.620 pounds dried milk type grader, the Florida Equip.

$:r>3160; 1,500\ pounds chenae, ment Co., of Jacksonville submitted
an offer of one Ad.ima'
$750.00;; 43 cases orange concentrate I
.
Model 105, engine power controlled
$810.00; 100 cases canned gas
.
f M -VERSATILE tomatoes, $42300\ ;' 13,150 pounds pull-type grader, equipped I "

white potatoes $526.00. with 10-foot moldboard, 700: lieautifully

I 20 front tires 700:21: rear tires, rJ S. RAND Rebuilt by +'
,
steerable polo complete, deliver 4 41s "
ADDRESSESOF
ed in Starke for $3,815.03; the tNa Acme Experts '

INTERESTThe purchase price to be paid In 23 With Acme '
I
payments of $165.87 each, the Parts '' ..
following new, renewal first payment to be made Oct. t pe 1 .1f

and change of addresses received I 1, 1949, and subsequent payments f +

by the Telegraph will be of on the first day of each %"
Interest to readers: i I succeeding month. f /'

James P. Andrews' from Columbia This being the only bid sub. !

S. C., to Cayce S. C. I mitted and the Board being con k 4e
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I. N Norman from! Dude City vinced that the offer was, reasonable I ,
to Route 2, Sturke. I the Clerk was instructedto 4 q.

e s Mrs. J. C. I Keene, 2006 1-2:! sign the purchase contract for MAC NINI "1LouiN0 !.Y c ,

1f ( Piedmont St., Tampa FU.Chas. and on behalf of the Board.s C

L. Wiggins D.N., Main j'

Dental Clinic, USNTC:' Sun
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Pin.Mrs. I. 2, Williams, Dundee. SqRf l 1


Chas. W Mooney, Box HO, I 1 CUSHIONED '
"Menmon College, Clemson. S. C. i OWtlt 1

IS.. Edward*, Rt. 7. llox) 706 I,

Jacksonville. Flu. Mr. and Mrs. John II. Den :i fE

.. Miss F-Htelle Bennett S. N.. St. mark, of Starke, to Container

Luke's HoBpltal, Jacksonville, Corporation of America of Fern- _

Fla. |I andina: tracts of timberland In ,. ,. ,t1NEo$235
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rGr "r::'LG-thce't3rm" mowing Sgt. Wm. C. Phillips, 114 S.I sections 2, 3, 10 and 11 of town STItE..."..CTlON .

(Kansas St., Salina, Kan.: ship 8 south range 22 east on -
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ft=ARMALL CUB-22 MOWER Miss Caudle Huzen. Southwestern '' August 20. Monetary value of Pies. 1toll: ; s

P.aptlst Theological Seminary the transaction as Indicated by Fed, ....1... tat .
Ft. Worth Texas.! documentary stamps was 8000.

I Handy for mowing small irregular plots or close Mrs. Mayme Brown 8123 Mr. and Mrs. J. 1\(. Truby of You can now buy these machines on EASY 1 :3l
30th St.. Tampa, Fla. Starke to Mr. and Mrs. S. J.
corners handy for cutting in and out among trees Pitt Newsome Rt. 1, Box 877, Sternburg of Oil City, P....: Lots PAYMENT PLAN. Ask us for details. 1

1 and vines handy for mowing fence rows, drive. Jlrmmore, Flu. 3 and 4 of block 16 in Livingston F"q

? ways, home grounds pastures and hayfields. The Mrs. E. A. Raney, Fre..man.I I Truby and Company's. addition steel cushions cut office clatter to a murmur.Y ou'U turn

Via. to Starke. out more work with new case on this quieter faster
Cub-2 mower is side-mounted so can see 'heryou're -d. :
you Mrs. Retha Morgan, Rt. 1, Box Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Eunice of model with its streamlined 10-key keyboard. And it's YViI
mowing. It has a 4% .root cutler bar that cues 23. Ruskin, Fla. Bradford County to Canal Timber j LfT1OY
trie-adds. subtracts multiplies directly ai fait
Hi acres an hour. It's rugged and simple-cuts clean Corp.. Tallahassee, Fla. LoU .U- / I

\ and (fast. Farmall Touch-Control (or hand control) Fire Dept. CalledThe S3 and 56 lying E of the State at your finger will more. Come in-tee it today.
road No. 200 In section 12 twp..
I raises and lowers cutler bar. Cub-2 mowers are avail. local fire department!. was 5 S, range 22 E., containing 19 Cushioned power mates noise, reduce vibration.Loafer .

able now. Come in and let's talk it over summonsed to the residence of acres. S motor ban mean new .*.. of operation. I .

'. Steve Simmons on S. Westmoreland Jane Krause of Chicago Ill., to Famous 10-i.sy control provides new ....d of fijurs rutty 1ACME ---_._-- ------- ----

r Street Tuesday afternoon at John D. Rogers of Chicago. 111.: e List and total. t. $100,000.00. VACUUM STORIES

-wJ ,,1 o'clock to extinguish a blaze I 10 acres in sec. IS, twp. 5 S. C List, ..1.1., subtracts, maliiplie tltctricallf.n't .
caused by a leaking gas line. range 22 E. 412 West Forsyth St. Jacksonville, Fla.

There was no damage. ,Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Davis of in* rotTAiit tot onici AND HKSOHAI USES i I would Ri. a tree ham. demomlroKow" of fn V juo'ansssdflectroKM ...... II

County to Mr. and Mrs. Vooiuni Cfoanor. conpltffs. willi .1...........s. .
WINS COLORED) CONTESTGlenn Jesse Altman of Bradford County I
FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY : SE 1.. of sec 28. twp. 5 S, 1i r

Wood Barbour 2 year range: 21 E:, containing 40 acres.Mtnvofrsph BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH .i II NAME/ l';
GUY; ANDREWS old son of Nettie Barbour of Lin- .

Slarke Fla.. 1'h. 21J I 141V.. Call St. 'coin City, won the Bethel Baptist : paper. either letteror II.I .ADDRESS .5 r

I Church baby contest and l legal alas, carried In stock by Starke. Florida CITY STAn'J .1

I$7.50 last Sunday night. The Bradford County Telegraph. -. .





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