Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 30, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03031
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I 1- Bradford Park's New Concrete Bleachers I i r Ilmenite I Mrs. Robert Myrick Tornadoes Take -
Conner Is Down Mine I [ Williston 44-0
Bridge Falling Declared Unsafe For t L Jse In Tonight's Gameture Wins Biggest Prize ;

I'I I The new Bradford Park con-11 vacant tonight." j Holding a 40 percent ticket Ii'
Will Resume I i Meet Seabreeze At Bradford
Falling Down Falling Down Crete bleachers now virtually The old wooden bleachers were I Mrs. Robert Myrick, of the Pine: | Park

I completed cannot be used for moved this week from the nearby i Level section, won the Appreciation !

I the BUS vs. Seabreeze, game to- baseball diamond to the 50-yard Day (IIawlnat/ the court

night, Harmon Mcrgan Superintendent line location on the westerly side : Operation Oct. 1 1The house. Wednesday afternoon. Her I For Tough First Home Game TonightScored

of Public Instruction, reluctantly of the Bradford I'ark gridiron opposite tkkC'tVRII worth $1 i3.00. the ,'

announced yesterday. the too-new stands and 1 largest jackpot prize awarded :

"The contractors have notified are expected to accommodate the i Trail Ridge ilmenite mill' since Appreciation Days begun Winning their first football

tho School Board that they will 'crowd. ;t 'east of Starke will resume full I here last July 20. | On Williston game of the season from WillU-

not assume responsibility for any Up until Tuesday It appealed 'scule operations tomorrow. October I A total of $263 21 Is In the. pot [ ton 41 I to 0 there last Friday

;MI r damage to the new stand. It they that the low bidding/ 1\\[. & O. Cmstructlon /- 1. following a one-month I next drawing, to be held Wednesday -I i[ night, the BUS Tornadoes will

are used this Friday," !Mr. Morgan Co., of Gainesville, 'shut-down for Installation of new nt I p 11a... usual at ;i face a far more formidable opponent -

t stated. "Much, of the concrete would ruccecd In rushing this ; equipment. The mine IH the courthouse when they clash with the .
4 ed. by Humphrey Oolil operat-I I Seabreeze. cloven from Daytona
was poured earlier! In the $14.000 School Board project to .
r week and ,Is not firmly, set, making completion In time for the game 'lion of Denver Colo., I I Beach on Bradford Park here

: it risky to take a chance on tonight but discouraging rains I F. I. du. Pont de Nemours Company i Trial Next \WeekIn I I tonight at H o'clock.

using them for today's game," and the recent hurricane proved I j'' of Wilmington. Del. Pitted, in the season's opener:

hI! explained. "So In order to protect too much for them. They will | TIme mechanical changes mndo I against an aggregation/ of unknown -

faun from possible Injury be ready for the Tornadoes vs. I I'Pnlatka 'are expected to solve problems Poison Case I quality at Williston last

and the bleachers from damage, encounter here next FrlI''caused by encountering an all('(- weekend, Conch Jimmy Hobbs'

forced 'rot burli'd forest nnd strata of Tornadoes. proved 19-0 In the
we are to keep the itruc- day night. Call C Waters of Union County first
hard: pnn In tho areas bt'Ing1 I half that the Levy County lads
I ( goes on trial before Circuit
dm'edge-nmmned: .. The mine shutdown were no match for the heavier
Television Arrives| J. P. Roberts For, I begun at midnight Augiiht- I ,week Court for in Gteon allegedly\ Cove attempting Springs next to : &41ui skilled Bradford High team. Before -

F 31. | the final I whistle Hobbn had
Charley Johns Against murder.. his wife, W'llla Mae IltitalC "- : I
1| C .1. Husteilo... general super- /COlt \Waters with poisoned soft turned the game into a practice
In Starke New Sales Tax [ilntemli'nt of the mine announcedI !I drinks.'Utl"'H' maximum penalty session. for every one of his 23

Repreaenta-I I resumption of operation thisweek If convicted Is ten I players present, and even with
years'Imprisonment. '
With the completion of three new stretches of hard road from Bradford County J. tho frequent substitution of
voted'for and added that the projiiclwill .
Hampton to Theressa from Brooker to Worthington, and from Law- Thi> furt that Staike receives tlve J.' P. "Jake" Roberts I maintain a 21-hour I produr- "freshman" players, the Tornadoes -

tey to the State Farm and the prospect of having a fourth link from excellent television reception the three percent limited sales I tlon schedule with three eight: Mrs Waters, a Florida Forexl continued to hold Williston
tax act In Tallahassee/ last week, Service employee assigned to the
Road 100 to State Farm .- Bradtord County has a system of roads I from the recently installed. Jacksonville hour shifts dally, seven days a / scoreless while adding 25 more
E. I fire tower between 1 I
while State Senator Charley KlngsloyLuke
and bridges of which It call well be proud. However, there are still TV station is stirring upI I Il.Tnlin I I week employing,:: 200 persons. tie (points for Starke. This was the
Farms told
Johns, representing Bradford and Pvnney officers
a few relics and reminders of a passing era, such as the hazardous- :I lot of interest here and (rentIng mild 1 that an output of three railroad after the first BUS-Wllllston game within
: an entirely new sales line for Counties. voted In vain carloads. of llmrntto dully soon alleged '-- memory of the present coaching
looking Conner Bridge pictured above. I most of the town's furniture and I against the $10.ono 00 a year Is expected., I crime occurred several weeks ago I staff
This ramshackled structure spans New River, the dividing line radio dealers. : levy. !that her estranged husband call- I .

between Bradford and Union Counties, on the old (Unpaved I Ralford I As the legislature, Jay Wood, of Denver Colo.wns .. fid by the tOWel' and Insisted on The Tornadoes' initial game
ptiSHi-d by
The only picture station In this I demonstrated that unless talent
road in the northwestern part of the county. Residents of that :I the sales tax goes Into effect I nn mod a Humphreys I vlcnpie.ildcnt .. I leaving her six bottles of soil .
WMBfl-TV In Jacksonville. not now In sight Is found
area or
section assure you that "It's all right to cross you won't tallthrouRh" next November 1. Purchanea of rerenlly and IB uxsiKned drinks. I Her misplrlmm. became aroused ,
Is now In its test period of operation to the Trail Ridge mine I developed, the localltes will of
", but the timid motorist accustomed to hard-surfaced. roads I which enables ad. 8 cents or less will be exempt, I I netirheie when she noticed the caps necessity stick mostly to scrim-
and concrete bridges, Is to turn around and back the proper It will amount to one cent on and to the plant operated had been lemoved and replaced. ('an Johns, Fiillbuck,
apt go: way I justment and installation of the hy Humphreys on the beach math. age. In Hobb'a own words. "Our
One bottle of
Pepsi-Cola was
he came rather than cross what looks more like a booby.trap than' sets. The patterns are actually purchases from 8 cents to '40; I near Jacksonville. Ho has moved topped kicking Is punk."
two cents from 41 to 70 cents with a Jux Beer cup.
a bridge. !j I programs usually movies, and ; to Jacksonville, and his family Marvin Warren, 1\: -pound
and three from 71 cents She related the circumstances
At a recent meeting the Board of County Commissioners Instructed are on the air dally from 11 a.m. cents Is expected to join him theme. Dividend Formula BHS halfback, wore the touchdown -
to one dollar, Foodstuffs clothIng to a (ForeHt Service) official I visitIng -
the road foreman to replace and nail down the doubletrackof to 1 p.m. and from! 2 to .1 I pm. MiMin I He succeeds I). OmntHiown crown by crossing the Wil
up to $10, and a few othernei'enajtles the station several days
stringers that have been ]laid the length of the bridge so heavy ; On October 16 the station Inaugurates Who died Sept I U of a liston goal line twice. Credit for
Tokens later and he brought the drinks
are exempt.
I Its regular hip',rt attack( suffered uhile the other five Tornado touchdowns
could pass without falling through. proprruinservice !: will not be used. vucii- to Bradford County Sheriff P. For GI's RevealedHundreds
Bradford County's responsibility for the structure ceases at the bringing,; / to the Jacksonville tinning In New Yolk City. I>. Reddlxh hern, who In turn I i go one each to Glenn Con
I Compti oiler C. M. Gay, whose!
ner, Carl
area delayed transmission Johns Carl Carter.
channel of New River (dividing line between the counties). What.
Hent them to the FBI In WasliIngtoff ,
office must collect the tax, said I of Bradford
of TV of nil four television : County Clayton Strickland and Jack
it anything. Union County is doing to better Its portion of the bridgeIs programs Smith Sentence for analysis. They were
networks: NBC CBS ABC. this week: "Wo expect to keep Woild Wur II veterans In recent llazen. Jim Godwin kicked the

not known. I and DuMont with such : I the procedure simple anti without i'I Upheld September 20 ride.found to contain a deadly fluo I weeks havemalledappll.atlona to two extra points In three tries,

as "Arthur Godfrey,proJrant"l complications so It will be aa i I the Veterans Administration In while Fay Durban muffed four I

Two Diphtheria Cases City Power Plant Clock", "Lone Hanger"/ "Olson I little burden as possible to tho By Supreme Court Waters alias Bo Waters, was. Washington, D. C., to share In attempts.

and Johnson Show", and merchants and the public. I wantto subsequently' errested.. and released the $2HOO.OOO,000/ ( ) National Service
The Florida Supreme Court In I Starting lineup was Carl
Found And Cured I Breaks Down ; I others. manj'i plead for the help, patience ,I' Tallahassee September 20 upheld under a $1,000( bond by Clay Life Insurance surplus Johns, FB; Glenn Conner antiJames
I I and cooperation of everyone.* It'' County officials, pending tho! which Is to be divided up among
Buys ElectricityWithout Gainesville, more distant from | ", the four year prison sen- Prevail, HB; Jack HaHn,
Diphtheria cases were reported Is 'a new venture In Florida and State, Attorney's a.tlon.'lIl1am some 16,000,000) veterans, or thell'd"pt'ndants
WMBR-TV's 17.1 foot high: transmitting | tome meted out here last Febniiiry QH; Kenneth Johns, C; JackWalnwrlght
In two Instances In Bradford I ,
I we cannot do a creditable job of \\ A. Hallowed or heirs.
County last week. The two lone warning Tuesday nightat antenna thnn Starke, re-, : 17 to Hogan Smith, Jr., of Jacksonville and.. Jack Eaves, T;
currying out the law without the Moat! have already
cases, from opposite ends of the 7:3,0: o'clock: the giant $5,000 ports good reception. The coaxial asslHtance of merchants and others of Starke, by Circuit CourtJudge Fourth State Attorney for the received applicants acknowledgement from Theodore Brannon and! Charles
cable, In TV for John A. Murphrce.! The Judicial Circuit of Florida Cooley, 0; Billy Dansby and Fay
eounty, have fully recovered and crankshaft of the City Light and who are to aid thin office Incollecting | which embraces Clay the VA, which will begin sendIng -
direct : 'announcement County Durban, E, the
I I television from distant was made" by Statu During came
no new cases ale expected according Water Plant's 200 kilowatt Diesel -
; tax.' I I held out the dividend checks nextJammry
lit to officials of the local I leavIng points, will bir 'available In Jacksonville j, Attorney T. E,. Dlncan: of hi.11VC'.tllfation( and ex- substitution Included Jim Godwin
, generator snapped
"I am hopeful that I the newspupeis -, aimed the State's witnesses In .
within Gainesville who Sammy Davis and
one year, makingIt i prosecuted the
Department. Starke dependent upon Clay radio stations, public of. I Illclals lease Orecn Cove Springs' / Thursday of Only last week did the VA.. disclose ,
ends Dan
Gerald Norman possible set owners In this charging young Smith wltiij ; ; Walnwrlght
9-year-old son I Electric Inc.
Co-Operative civic and Hade last week the formula to be used In
groups i As a result of his
of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman Keystone Heights for the major area to see, for Instance, the j' "wantonly and maliciously shootIng guard; F.dward Parker tackle;
will help me make known to nil I findings he filed" an Information t'ompuLinthe/ Individual 'payments
of Heilbronn Section and World Series as. they are played, at and Into the house of oneTitus Ovid Bennett, center; Donald
Jimmy I i I portion of its electrical energy. of our people the basic facts of I IChe In Circuit Court: there charging which Incidentally are Bennett
Instead of Olson which then quarterback James
Dyal, aged nine, son of Mr. and having: to wait untila was and ;
The other big current not subject to Income tax.
City's lu.1Vand Waters
encourage lompllunce I with "poisoning drink Hamilton
then ,
Mrs. Dave of the movie film of tho action arrives occupied. Curl Carter, Clayton
Dyal Hampton
producer, a 480 kilowatt Diesel with It. with Intent to kill another and I The dividend payment Is madi, Strickland
two WMBR-TV for delayed l' j I Mr. Duncan and Marvin Warren
diphtheria cases were both states that "thinkfenhmnt
generator was disassembled undergoing 'i "We will have who attempting to commit murder In at the rate of M:! cents for each hairiMicks
I televising After October 18 employees : and !Meed Lewis and
discharged from Shadycrest Hospital ( (Smith) has 15 tIaytfrom
its overhaul $llii( ) of Insurance for each
periodic I lure courteous the first degree. Charles
here Saturday as cured... I'! the Jacksonville station will |j leasonable and I September 20 to film. a petition Hutchrson, fullbacks.
Health Department Director, when the unexpected breakdown broadcast at least eight hours I III helpful. A limited time will be' for. rehearing.' ( If a petl- Judge Biiyutd" II Shields. Is expeeled month the policy was In forceThus Coach Hobbs stated he expectsto '
occurred. The Plant has a third I I If a veteran hud a $10/nlloI )
i I needed to the
Dr. A. Y. Covington, stated that i dally.Starke. : flame simple rules I itlon In not filed, the Couit'H mandate to preside over the fall : use the same starting lineup
smaller Diesel generator, producing NSLI policy on which he ,paid
| of
the homes would procedure to be followed( but will be term of circuit Court which begins I tonight
remain quarantined II dealers with television j handed down Im except halfback Carl
150 kilowatts still In premiums for 22 months he
opera.tlon Intend 011'{
through Saturday although which Is running on a 21 Beta on hand and In operation for I we to move promptly mediately. If a petition for re Monday In Green Cove would receive riltim,'" ten Curler will replace James Pre
the maximum period of time between -., hour per day basis "helping out" customers to view broadcasts RI'oI the job before us. Constructive' I hearing/ filed the Court's mandate Springs A. Z. Adklns, Jr., times 22; or $12100. This fi.lc vatt Mho Is Incapacitated! by A
suggestions will be
Winkler : appreciated.' : i IH withheld Gainesville la.wyer. la attorney training
exposure to the disease until the 460 kw. unit being Electric Service I IGK and I pending the disposition scale applies to veterans who Injury.
and symptoms of its I Zenith), C. H. Nasworthy General of the petition." for \Vutt'n.Drivers There
appearance II III no
overhauled goes back Into opera- were 40 years of age or younger, over-optimism regarding
In a person exposed has lapsed.All tion sometime today (Friday) I Supplies I Phllc-D), Shepherd I Funeral Tuesday For I Previous to the sentencing: by when they took out the service/ tonight's prospects(

precautions .were taken toprevent I i and Clay Electric Is taken off j I Radio Service ( Emerson, Sparton, |! Mrs. Matilda Ritch Judge Murphroo last February, License I Insurance. (Even:: Hobbs admits.. "I'll concede

any further cases, Dr. the line. Starke constantly requires I i I Bcndix. Stromberg) and Drlg- I Smith's motion for a new trial Deadline Tomorrow For veterans over 10( when Insurance Simbreezo us the favorites _

Covington said. approximately 500 kilo- ,|igers Furniture Co. (RCA )I. Shepherd -1 Mrs. Matilda Hitch, MO, of Hal- i I wax denied.. ills attoneys, JIacn I I was issued to them In they have a strong. good team.

watts of electricity 1, Radio Service Is making Installation ford, died In the local hospital Douglas of Jacksonville and The deadline for obtaining n the service, the following per But we do have a chance."

Starke Lions Hear I Berry S. Johns. plant superln-1 I for all of thene dealers I I Saturday following u lengthy III- Green & Green of Starke, announced 'I new 1919-RO Florida driver license $1,000) rules apply: Age 41 at Issue Assistant Tornado Coach

Retired Navy Man tendent, stated a new crankshaft I! exc..ptVlnklt'r Electric Service.Other 'IU'HU. Hhe was a native of Mon- at that time they .would! I Is. 'Satin/'cluy. October 1, 52 cents; 42, 40 cents; 43, "Dutch" Funderburk spent last

I I was ordered Immediately Wed j jnesday local firms planning to ack, Ua. enter an appeal to the Supl'emeCOUI.t I County Judge E.;; K. Perryman IH cents; I I. II cents: 43: 10 (Friday night scouting the game

Commander J. L. Hill, U. S. morning from Fairbanks- I I' sell mark TV sets are Hart- and Den- !Surviving, are three daughters, which they did. atllh'd yesterday. The licenses ,cents 16. 37 cents; 17, 31 I cents; between Coach W. 8. Dunlop

Navy (Retired), of Keystone Morse, manufacturer of the broken -j, furniture companies, and I, Mrs. Minnie K.: Mann arid Mrs. Pending the final decision of are distributed through the IH. 31 cents. ; 10), 214 cents; no), 25certs : Jr.'s. Seabreeze. Samlcrubs and a

Heights, held an enthralled Lions machine, In Beloit, Wia, but j I If Electric Service & Supply. |I Del tie I... Dowllng both of the Supreme Court Smith liUJ County Judge's office. : SI, 21 cents; 52, 23 cents..VI good Winter Park eleven, which

Club In the palm of his hand during -i i added he expected It would be I{ Four Bets have been sold i Ir, fOld; Mrs. Bessie Wester, ,Ha'-j been at liberty under J2.0OO bond. Through Monday approximately \: 22 cents; Si. 21 cents. ended.. 25-0 favoring the Sand-

the club's regular meeting In I j f I several weeks before the arrival II Starke so far, a survey of the'I land; three sons, 1\Iulilln 2..VIO licenses were sold., A The same rate of dividend. Is ,crabs offering fuither proof of

the USO building Wednesday'
evening. He spoke on "Salvage'''I I One observer of television a and W. A. Browning, Hal- I I weie Issued by Judge Perryman the payments will be made for night.,.;

Work and Deep Sea Diving. and A&P ProtestsGovernment's I former set owner In New Yont ; ford; one half-brother John Nichols First Of October, lust yearHunting. each month either term or ""'011' Admission to Bradford Park tonight

I City, states that the I verted" policies were In force before will be adults 73 cents, students
recounted many of his personal 'I quality ot and one half-sister Mrs. County Agent Says licenses for the 1919-M
experiences while In this work Suit ,1 reception here Is good.Occupational Maggie Dowling, both of Jack season are now on sale by the the anniversary date In 6O\ cents Prices Include the

with the Navy. sonvllle. Rally October IH the best time 1018. No payments are made 21)) percent Federal t"". Attractive
County Judge The fee $2 for
i The 00-year-old A&P food !i I And Funeral services were held at to plant White Dutch Clover foewinter a resident county, game Is lht'rnnaand for periods of lapse.Any eight page printed programs
1 chain released this week a secOnd veteran who took a $10-) will be distributed. free.
"The Set Up" At Park the graveside In Sapp Cemeteryat II grazing County Agent T. $7 BO for the resident State
full advertisement to Beer Licenses 000( NSM when became
) page i i I Due Ralford Tuesday at :3 1 K. !McClane, Jr.. announced thisweek. license policy It first Next Friday night brings another
the Telegraph and to 2.000 other | available In lOll) and kept
"The Set Up," Starring Robert Tomorrowi with the Kev. Ii. H. I'.avvls officiating. He urges farmers to obtain tough customer to Bradford
I papers across the country pro- It through lotS would receive a Park for the
: Tornadoes to
seed at In order
Ryan and Audrey Totter is the i once to have
testing a government suit to "dissolve Tourist Club'sFirat I dividend of $.123, the maximum> face: I'ulatka High Schooieeleven.
feature attraction Sunday Monday ', Collector J. R. Kelly yeM'I It on hand for tho first ':OI1V..II'Ient -
the Company. DeWItt C Jones Funeral Home I i' | amount obtainable. .
and Tuesday on the Park 'I terdny issued a last minute reminder In rainy day during the first I Meeting Tuesday which like Seabreeze outweighs
A flood of endorsements of was charge.Immunizations two i 1 Any vets who have ovei looked the BHSer!' several
Theatre screen. I to businessmen and beer I weeks of next month, which
The movie was adapted from 1 &: p from housewives, farmers I!i retailers who haven't gotten around Is the Ideal weather condition and I' The Starke Tourist Club will applying/ for the dividend should Fiounda per man Last year the

Moseph Moncure March's prize r'A and labor leaders to renewing State and Offered time to sow the seed I I Inaugurate Its 1949 program; at do so providing they hud NSI.I Siindcrubs took Bradford 19-6.

fight story In verse form, published being received by the com I County occupational, licenses and By Health Unit I i, McClane pointed out that the 'the Initial meeting scheduled for !I! policies three months or longer while Palatka defeated the Tornadoes
I I"Rect'ntly I forms available
years ago and always. according to the new message i beer licenses for 1919-50. I I seed must bo Innoculated with I Tuesday night, October 4, at Sit- I j' Application are 19-0.

popular. The film version la I appearing under the head. I i "Beer licenses expire October there have bean two I Clover Innoculatlon and does not I ver Lake W. S. Slhley will play at the postof(ice.

said to be so action packed that line "Why do they .want to put I Ii 'I' 1," Kelly said "and they cannotbe I'scattered cases of diphtheria In: I need to bo covered Land plant host to the Club at his Silver i i Blue Lupine
A & P out of business?" 'I' i Health' Closed
: Lake residence.
Ryan speaks less than 200 wordsIn i renewed after that date un. Bradford County" Dr. A. Y Cov- I ed to Clover must be limited at !I I Dept. Good Soil Builder
the entire show. II I A A P quotes Justice Depart- :i jless'! an entirely new applicationIs Ington Director of the Bradford least to one ton per acre and Cars! will leave from the Chamber October 5 Through 8 ,

'ment lawyers as saying It has given to me, which must be County Health Depattment announced should be fertilized with 400 to of Commerce building here T. K. McClane States

FFA NEWSAt "regularly under sold competing ['examined and approved by the Tuesday, "and both of 500 pounds. of 0-I h'lO tertihzerper between 5:30: and 6:30: o'clockp I. Bradford County's Health Department -
retailers." To that charge "we State Beverage Department en- these cases. have recovered." acre. m. Anyone desiring. transportation located on North I Blue Lupine Is showing great

the regular meeting of the I: plead guilty," the Company said. I tailing much delay. "A large number of parents The Agricultural Conservation need only call 19O, or get j. Church Street In Starke will be promise in Bradford County asan
: "For the past CO we have In touch with Mrs Bertha I Ideal winter cover to
Bradford Chapter of the FFA years "The State and County oc- have had their children Immunized payment for 1111 closed Wednesday through Sat crop
constantly the efficiency plantingclover Pearce of Mrs. F. 1. Shuw Everyone build humas and In
stepped nitrogen
the up Oct. \ of up
following boys were electedto [ cupatlonal licenses should be re- ," the Director continued, "and 60\ cents for farmer urday ( through
of our operations In order per pound Is welcome to attend. thelOll, T. K. McClane, Jr.. local
attend the National next week while personnel attends
Convention ,
1 | newed without delay to avoid we feel that this Is a good time ,signed up In th. 1910 program '
to give our customers more and county agent, pointed out this
of the the annual of the
Future Farmers ofj meeting
1 paying the 10 percent delltju- to remind others that diphtheria he concluded. ,
America at Kansas City. Kansas. more good food for their money." ency penalty," he concluded.: can btt prevented and that It Is I County Accident Toll !; Jo'lorjdI'ubllc Health Assoclum week.

from October 10 to 14: Glen Con- To charges that A &: P low especially Important to protectthe tv\ to be held this year In West "There are two types of Blue

ner. Harry Green J. L. Alvarez. ( prices prevent competitors from I I young Infant and the preschool Smart Shoppe Opens J' During the first seven months. I Palm Beach.Children Lupine." he explained. "One ,ij

Seeber Doyle Anders, Richard doing business the ad points out X-ray Demonstration child.: We are approachIng In New LocationThe [ of this year two persons were with Immunizations I bitter and Is planted for soil 1mrovem -

Crosby, Charles Lawson Ervin :,that 275 rival food chains and': 'J At Rotary WednesdayVividly the season where we expectto killed and 23: Injured In the due during the closed period > nt only, while the second

Anders Thomas Hamilton. Ed- !,' 30,000 Individual grocers have I get scattered cases. of communicable Smart Shoppe, operatedby course of 49) traffic accidents occurring should bn brought to the Health III a sweet Lupine which In addition -

win Prevail. Maurice Edwards.Jr. gone Into business in the past 10 Impressive to the 39 diseases spread by nose Mr. and Mm. Guy Sale, open In Bradford County. Department the following Monday to being a good cover crop

.. and Mr. V. R. Ferguson years. A&P: had 11.6 percent Rotarians present for the weekly and throat and diphtheria Is one this morning (Friday) In Its new These figures were released this.. Oct. 10, or \VednPII
Advisor i of the national food market In luncheon here this week was a ot the most dreaded of these. It location on the southwest corner week by the Florida Department 12. for the shots. cattle and hogs as well.

I 1933, but had only 6.4 percent of shadowbox demonstration of a l Is possible that we may have an of the Call and Walnut Street of Public S tl'ty. For the state Members of the 1 local unit expecting "Both varieties should be planted

Pfc Hicks In Japan It last year. series of chest X-ray picture additional\ scattered case or two." Intersection. This Is the building as a whoM'' 311 persons were to attend the meeting at the rate of 75 pounds to
killed and 4.803 In the the acre, preferably between October -
showing lungs in various stages He added that the Health Department formerly occupied! by Barksdals's. injured are Dr. A Y. Covington, Dirtc'tar.

Pfc Tommy V. Hicks of Starke. I T. L. Sapp's Father i 1 of tuberculosis. offers the Immunization The old location of the total of 8.813 driving mishaps. Jack Trawick, Sanitarian; tat and 15," he went on.
The seed must be innoculated
1 !
recently became a member of Dr A. Y. Covington. Director service the year around, and Smart Shoppe was on Call Street Mrs. E. L. McKnlght Public
the Heavy Mortar Company. 31st Funeral services for Henry M. of the local Health Department parents are urged to have their five buildings east of the new Evergreen Revival Health Nurse; and Miss. Hazel with Liipolne Innoculatlon. While

Infantry Regiment of the famed Sapp, 81, who died Saturday guided the demonstration and told children protected without delay store. i Fields Clerk.Approximately. fertilizer I Is not required, the

7th Infantry Division at Camp night in Gainesville, were held I i I Rotarians the results] of recent either by the Health Departmentor The new Smart Shoppo pre. I A revival meeting will be held 5OO Florida Lupine will make better growth

Crawford. Sapporo. Japan and Monday at 4 p.m. at Jennings mass x-rays made in Bradford the family physician. The tents a neat modern appearance: I!! at Evergreen Baptist Church dur health officers, nurses, sanitarians It supplied with 300" to 400 Ibs.

has just completed a course In Lake. Interment was In Jennlngs -! County. Health Department In Starke U following: a complete Interior and ing the week beginning/ Sunday anti cithers engaged In pub- of 0-11-10 per acre.

weights, plane ]loading and proper Lake Cemetery. Rotarians are planning a ladles' located on North Church Street exterior redecorating. job during I October 2. Rev. Charles Emory lice health work, will attend the Mr. McClane added that Lupine

balancing at the Air Trans- Survivors Include a son, Thomas night to .be "held the last Thurs- and Is open every Saturday the past ten day. Business was of Jacksonville, who Is well West Palm Beach meeting for an draws a payment under the

portability School at Sandal, Leslie Sapp. who Is a carpenterand I day In October In the Starke morning from 9 o'clock a.m. un- I suspended all day Thursday to i known here, will preach. Everyone Intensive 3- of 4 1-2 cents .
Japan. I I contractor her. Woman' Club. til noon for such immunization.J transfer stock Is Invited. health work per pound.IV

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Bonville is upending "
of '
my narrow bed beside the win Mrs. Dennis Fancher. I been called for his second yearin 'land recuperating from a case neveral with her daughters, Mi.) .. 'mee

Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED dow. I came home restored in Johnnie Bradley of Starke the pulpit; and elected were: diphtheria, after spending>ltal. I Hall and Mrs. J. V Sluu.

body and spirit. I am sure yuu STATE FARM visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brad- J. W. Horne, treasurer Emory L. days In the Starke h"KI recent |I Mrs. Ray Good, ,>i ,' ,.,I,

1879 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNan: -EDITOAPebushed !all will be glad to know. Don By Mm. Bryan Whltfleld ley for several days during the Brown, clerk; Mrs. Florrie Belle Miss Martha Horne. to ,: spent Tuesday here ", a
was also happy to see me. He past week. Brown secretary; and Mrs. K graduate of BUS left l..ake.1 friends.
Every Frt tare Matter at the PostVnerrln Office at Starke, ... ill four bodies here at once. I BRIDGE CLl'B MEETING I Gainey of Brooker spent the E. D. Allen was chosen new land. MH! horse was honored I had as their Sunday gue 1\1,

ame: home a day early so I couldbe Mm. J. O. Godwin entertainedthe I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. R. 'superintendent of the Sunday with a Valedictorian Scholar- and Mrs. W. C. Carter, n"?"
MEMBER j 1949 here to help him. I arrivedn State Farm Bridge Club ather I|W. Brannen. School, with teachers as follows: ship to this school and was driven I dren of Starke.
time to curl a ladys hair and home Wednesday afternoon!' I Mr. and Mrs Ira Starling and Rev. R. C. Gray Edward O. Saxon to Luhelai.it by her parents
/ahscdptlea $240 Annually $1110 For Sis MtbaIL help with two funerals. Venter- of last week. The three tables I(I their two children of Jacksonville Floyd Lucky, Mrs. H. H. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne.R -

day a dear old lady who has were placed In the living room were guests of L. D. Dobbs Parker, Mrs. ..J.V.. Horne Mrs. J. Gomes of Starke was the | Erttter

been 111 of cancer all summer where decorative bouquets of [and family Sunday.Mrs. Frank Thomas, Mrs. Otto Hicks speaker at the Youth for Christ ,
passed away. I have her hair mixed fall flowers were noted. Britt Rosier and Mr and Mrs. E. Van Alstine. meeting on Saturday evening. i I
curled, she is all fixed and In Respective high, second high and Rudolph Rosier and chlldrer, Mr. and Mrs M. L Watterson j I IVWS
her lovely casket. I am useful bingo prize award were made to Randall and Judy, of Lawtev BRANNEN UAIIV have been spending a week In I
to be Mrs. J. R. Kite, to Mrs. R. P. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh A. Bran at CedarKeys. IOO,000
In this world. I am going were dinner guests of Mr. and their house trailer
Stubbins and to Mrs. H. M. Rich- the arrival of a
nen announce
well and strong again. I haveso Mrs. A. C. Kirkland at noon Sun CAR-5AFETV CONTEST
I arde. At the refreshment hour son, Ardel Franklin, on Tuexday. McKowen.
love am Joe
many people to me. Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs Lola Johnson of Keystone day.Mr. September 20th, at Shadyeresi Saxon, mm* 11 Mh> attract!**
forwardedfrom W A
still getting cards and Mrs. J. G. Godwin had and Mr.lnd Mrs.
Heights and Mrs. DeWitt Sin Hospital. Mrs. Brannenlnd in eeC..e.r InMialM llni
the Veterans Hospital at as their visitors Sunday Mr. and Jr., who have bi-en living;
flvltrDONCA clair joined the players and thehostess baby returned from the hospital
Lora Cttrl/eS back to
Dakota. moved
dy Sioux Falls, South
Mrs Oscar H. Thomas and Mr. Waldo, recently
k =::=a served a salad course.fiOMMI'NITY on Sunday morning.Jimmy
== love. I
PJEDR Thanks a million for all the and Mrs. Ralph Hayes of Gaines Hampton.Mrs. .
-- ly cards and letters and good CLl-B MEETING: Dyal Is now at home Andrew Meads of Jack-
to home, I I of my life. wishes. They all helped to make ville.Mr. .
\ 1 return my and Mrs. Joe Wilson of ----- ---
The natural charm of )
the Club -
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dwell In houseof ------
aytng a prayer and was never And I shall the me well. I have had to date, almost Starke were Sunday
Room was enhanced by artistic supper I IeAR.
all lift than |hie the Lord forever. 200 cards and letters. Hap- ,
happier my arrangements of colorful early dents of Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
Autumn DB)'". I Bible.This py? I am now sitting on top of fall blossoms for the meeting of Strlngfellow. .... TER'H rAHPKXTElfS CARPENTER'S::' CARPENTERS j
the world. Really. I know -
people Mr. and Mrs M. E. Grinerspent
r runnetnover. the Community Club Tuesday
Lord Is Sheperd, 1 morning my cup
The my
want me to live and be happy
the weekend with Mr. and
shall not .want. I so wonderfully happy I afternoon. The business session SELECT YOUR COSMETICS FROM |t
II I [ love every one of you. Bless was directed by Mrn. Lawrence Mrs. Martin Reinau In Palatka. '
He maketh me to lie down in I Again I am back home with your hearts. Some of my nelgh- :Dugger, President. With nominations Miss Melba Strlngfellow was LADIESYARDLEY'S I --- OUR COMPLETE LINES OF I

green pastures, I Don and my dog Digger, my bird bore wrote every few days. They presented by the appointed the guest of Miss Janet Anderson -

He leadeth me beside the atdiwatera Willie and my zinnias are lovely. missed me, they wrote. I am so 'I committee, the following officers In Starke last weekend. I
happy to see all. Just a few Mr. and Mrs L. F.
Yes, they are aL least four foot were unanimously electedfor
He rcstoreth my soul. high with magnificent blossoms, years ago I came here an utter I the coming year: returned home Saturday from CARA NOd1 .

He leadeth me in paths of huge and such bright colors. I stranger. My dear friends President, Mrs. L. F. Chapman, Fairfield. Tenn., where, with Lt.- EHELENA RUBINSTE1X
for His Blanch and Carl Llndwall at I;Col. and Mrs. Robert S. Chap- ,
righteousness name- cannot have anymore bouquetsfor 1st Vice-President, Mrs. Law-
Wayne took such good care of man of Orlando, they enjoyed a '
sake. I want to save those large rence Dugger,
Yea tho I walk through the and lovely blossoms for seed. 1 my pete, and Digger came homeso 2nd Vice-President. Mrs. Dennis two weeks' stay at their home INCLUDING PERFUMES: FACE POWDERS, BATH POWDEBS I'
of the shadow of deathI 23rd well and happy. While in the place.
valley find myself saying the Fancher, AND SHAMPOOS.:
I made hankies ,
will fear no evil for Thou art Psalm I said It in the hospital, hospital some as Secretary, Mrs. Anthony Lib- .
with me. thankful I had such a good doctor -,presents.> I tatted away even hart. ,

Thy rod and Thy staff, they and so many aweet and pati 'tho in great misery. Today is Treasurer, Mrs. H. O. Bates. HAMPTON Lb. Tin Box -1.19
Autumn. I love these bright Genuine BUTTER MINTS 1 -
comfort me. ent nurses to take care of me. 'cool The leaves Plana were made for a luncheon ,
He preparest a table beforeme They were all so kind and made days. alreadyare honoring the old and new Bv Mr >f. C. Sweeney
in the presence of mine me well ao I could go home. turning and falling. I s':ppose officers on October 10. Duringthe

enemies, I I They also restored my soul for I we will soon get the shrubsand social hour Rev. L. A. Shep- PHONE 6f"e continue to offer you only the f
flowers I have ordered to LADIES CWf.NCIL
Thou anotntest my head with the Chaplain came to see me. 1 II herd addressed the club on the
oil. had lots of religious things to 'set out. Don helped me wash life of Stephen Foster and the The members of the Ladies''' highest quality drugs and servicein I
My cup runneth over. read besides my Bible. I would 'Monday and I took ironing by memorial to be erected at WhiteSprings Council were served a delicious it!I
and tages so I did not get too tired. fried chicken salad plat at the compounding your prescription. ;
Surely goodness mercy say "He leadeth me beside the commemorating his
shall follow me all the days still waters," and go to sleep inCONWAY'S It is fun to rest and not to have memory. Mrs. C. D. Sellers and monthly meeting on Wednesday .

.. people expect me to rush and Mrs. L. W. Murphy, as hostesses, afternoon of last week held in And a.a further service we will i
work so hard. I just rest, and the home of Mrs. Gerald Adkins.
served sandwiches and cake withM.
think of my blessings and how Mrs. Preston Durden was pro- c continue to fill your prescriptionneeds t
happy I am. I find life fun. 1 I D. Carter of Lake Worth gram leader, with the topic
have an Invitation to a birthday returned to his home Sunday following !- "Roots of Religion In Christian I any hour of the day or night. i
|AMOCO Gas & Oil Electric Welding
: party at Waterbury next Friday.We a visit with ).fl'. and Mrs. Education."

bury a good many people W. G. Strlngfellow. and with Two visitors Mrs. Middleton I
Washing Greasing Tire, Tube &: Batteries Are WE ARE AS NEAR TO YOU AS
Sold .n BUDGET: PLAN.: from over there. I will makean other relatves in this section. I Prevail and Mrs. L. J. ,Kite, Jr..
PHONE 147 FOR SERVICE apron and potholder to'match.If Mr. and Mrs J. M. North and of t Starke were among tlw YOUR 'PHONE! i
I do not get to go I will mallIt :Miss Lois North of Stockton, )quests of the afternoon.
to this dear lady DAY or NIGHT I II
Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cowart BIRTHDAY Ii
CLAY Illl.I.t I was sorry to :af Nayler, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. i
Dolores seven old daughter
hear of the death of Ben I Alva and
Register Troy Register -
of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas P.
Padgett. He and Genevla are of Valdosta, Ga., were visit- .
Hardy, was the honoree at a deightful
\LEARN TO FLY the easy icay. Pay a both gone now. I knew both of ors of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North birthday celebration at !
them so well. I would love to last weekend.
\ learn. charter and I the home of her parents on Friday I CARPENTER'Sl
you Special trips sightseeing who
see their little boy they say During the past week Mr. and I afternoon.A .

[ trips by appointment. Phone 1J7.\ looks like his mother :who wasa Mrs. E. H. Register and Miss large group of little folk l
beautiful girl and so sweet.I
Catherine Register of Miami gathered to enjoy games on the I
wish an the years roll by we' were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. lawn and partake of Ire cream Phone 61 The Store Where You SEE Slarke, Fla.] 1

could all keep track of little G. Godwin. They were en routeto ind the large decorated birthday Filled !I"Never i
Charles and help him If he e.rneeds 4 Your Prescriptions :
where Miss Register aUe. Favors of colored balloon ,
lift. He Is little overa
a a Is a student at FSU. ind whistles caused much merrt-
SHE WANTS D/NNfR"" year old now. So many nice From Friday until Sunday Mr. t

letters and cards. From Daisy rod Mrs. J. R. Parker and thei- nent.Dolores received many gifts ----------------.--------- -----'!'

SERVED *LLrOAfCfiSr Lang, Gertie Falrcloth and Daughters, Clarissa and Andrea rom her little friends. ,
r daughter Irene Padgett. So :)f Tampa were guests of Mr. and
SO TNEY CAN many of my dear children, too. IAITI.ST ELECT OFFICERS: !' I

F.I.I'HI. HINTS!' : Mrs. Nettlesof Diego, Calif., recently. He i 18 on For the coming church year, I

6Er m rwArBREWERYeFSH Starke says try your grease: July aboard the Aircraft Carrier which begins in October new of- '
l with a match. When It Is hot I;SS Valley Forge, stationed at i f fivers. for church and Sunday|I
enough for doughnuts and cook- Ian Diego and the young/ couple's ichool were elected last Sunday
ing a match will light when iddress is 3667 Jackdaw, San,II I n the Baptist Church.

I ituck in the hot grease. I have Diego Calif. Rev. Robert C. Gray. Jr.. has4areea..r "
Beer li-U-Y Before You T-H-1
;: I not tried it as I am a fraidy cat I j

I!about hot grease and a blaze. \
whoopee. I am on a diet set by
I the doctor and dietlan. No doubt !

A :anyone! who wants to lose weight :: From where I sit ... // Joe MarshI
Yes JdX Beer is matfe s/owAn!eas can: abide by it and lose as I 'I 1

Then its /11M and rusJted fo "ellIeI'lJrewery.lresh. :have without going hungry. I I
year v vill tell you about It girl, ifyou
Get Jjxfivm are in need of losing weight. I s 1 1 1
yoarder Irxby. :rust write and ask. I will ans- A Big Boost For Smitty!
," .., 'r. 4
ver.Here :
Is a verse 1 got; from my I

dH: tk/x neighbor while In the hospital:
If I can be the kind of a Stepped. Into Smith's Depart- bate certainly taken a big step YOUR MONEY'S {WORTH{ OR YOUR MONEY BACK!

friend ment Store the other noon and saw forward during my lifetime.the THESE & MANY MC.ltK: GROCERY: ; MEAT: SPECIALS: !SEE JAN PAPERS

DA is SUCH d&rJOO' That you have been to me, strangest thing. "Sis", Da U From where I sit, people seem

y If I can help you meet each was coming up the stairs from the to be doing a bettc'r job of seeing SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 & OCTOBER 1
) need basement with a bundle of wash. our neighbor's viewpoint these

y With ready sympathyIf "Is Smitty taking in washing. days. Though his Ideas and tastes
I can share your happinessAnd not be ours, we can under-
I asked. "Xot quite, may
vOf these days
help your plans come in new stand Ws preference for a certain YELLOW ONIONS 3 Pounds 19c
she "He's just put a
/ true - - -
cereal favorite movie
( BEER automatic washing machine, so breakfast a
Y : I shall be worthy of the gift I
: glass
: Of such a friend as you'Isn't the girls who work :here can get star, or for a temperate it
: done while they're of beer or ale. That's the way
: I that so very sweet? So 1 their laundry
b should be in a free country.
ay that to all of my dear read- eating lunch. Means more time to COOKING APPLES 4 Pounds 19c
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a __1L .sIN.- =. 1. I rs out there. And I say God relax at night and on f i ,

lit Btcwin. -eftHMHf.j4eKSOimtLe.'ri.oiioii' bless I all of you. I thought what a swell boa > tt)
Love, Lura. rJce
Smitty between. must the be.boas. Human and employee.relations. I Fresh CUCUMBERS Per Pound 10
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Copyright,19 f>, t'..,lcoi Slatei Brewed Foundation


Tile Rev. and Mrs. W R Hall

Due to many requests from our 1 turned home Tuesday of last"'
week from Wheeler County, Ga.. t ENTER::' THE :MOST 1NTERESTINO AND I'noFlT-1 Holsum STRAWBERRY
PRESERVES 25cBennett's
old customers, we will open our where they conducted a. week ofevival ( ADi.K: FIKI.I OF ENDEAVOR TODAY ACADEMY! 12 oz. -
1 m..etlng.'h..ler County I The> FLORIDA AVIATION
is Rev. Hall's birthplace, and offers a six month's Radio Technician
Curing Plant onOCTOBER ;here, too he spent moat of his t and Operators Course qualifying graduates I SALAD

I boyhood. During his absence, to obtain employment as a Ship DRESSING: Pt. Jar 22c; Qt. 40c

the Rev. Clapp of Tallahassee I Radio Officer, Aviation Radio Officer, I
i'Died' the pulpit of Pine Levelbaptist
I RadioTechnician. .
1st Broadcast' Station Operator or a

iI Mrs.V Church.H. Graves and daughter Private And I I Fancy ALASKA SALMON Tall Can 35c
I of Umatilla. spent the week- Our Aviation Courses Consist Of - -

end here!' with Mr and Mrs. B. Commercial t'aplaneIultlEngine.: And Flight

Special Reduced Price : it. McRae. Instructor Ratings. .

Vernie Thornton of Rising wai THE FLORIDA AVIATION ACADEMY: IS CERTIFIED Hi-C ORANGE ADE 46 oz. Can 23r
Arley McRae's dinner guest Sun- AND APPROVED BY THE GOVERNMENT - -

2/c* Per PoundEither lay. THK STATE BOARD OF m.cATIOAND THE
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sapp and VETERANS ADMINISTRATION. Enrollment is now

,ions, Rudolph and Jo Allen of available to anyone meeting the requirements. Bayou R-I-C-E 3 Pound Package 29c
,I feilbronn Springs, were visiting EIiJihle'etl'rans may receive training at gov- - -

her: grandparents here Sunday under the Cil Hill of Rights
Sugar Cure Or Plain Salt Cure light. ernment expense

Same Competent Operators We Have I Dublin The, Ga.Rev., conducted Horace Muttox the Sun-of and$120.00 may per receive month.subsistence from school$37.50 for students to Golden Harvest Custard PUMPKIN No. 2% Can lOc

day services at Pine Level Bap- Free housing I Is furnished by the
Had For The Past Five Years list Church. There were 231 in living too great a distance to commute. *
:Sunday School classes For complete information write for a

Mrs. Sue Myrick of Lake descriptive pamphlet or see ROY II.DROWNING. Rosedale PEACHES No. 2% Can 21c
Geneva spent Saturday night with DIRECTOR - -
Also Private Lockers All The Year Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick.

Mrs. Johns and children -
of New River!' were lilting I I Florida Aviation Academy California Natural SARDINES 2

Starke Ice Co.PHONE her sister. Mrs Owen McRacPuesday. i' Tall Cans 29cArmour's

Friends of John Edwin Mc- Keystone Airpark
Rae, U. S. Navy, son of Mr and I
Star STEW\
12 ]Mrs. Wesley to learn McRae of his will marriage be Interested Keystone\ Heights. Fla. BEEF No. 2 Can - 47cPAGE

to Miss Marie Jack, of San 0 JLL .. nu ni mm w .... _-_.. "9.




Why Do They Want to Put


: :: J I A&P Out of Business ?


The answer is to be found in the formal complaint "they" have filed with the court.

By "they" we mean, of course, the anti-trust lawyers from Washington who are out

to destroy A&P.
They say and these are the anti-trust lawyers' own words. that we "have reg- ',..
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ularly undersold competing retailers." '> :

To this charge we plead guilty:

\ I
tWe confess that for the past 90 years we have constantly

stepped up the efficiency of our operations in order to give

.. our customers more and more good food for their money.
The American people have seen nothing wrong in this. By their: ever-increasing patronage for.: 90 years!
they have shown that they like this low-price policy. ,

Apparently the people still see nothing wrong in this today. All during the past weeK-since tKe anti
trust lawyers made their charges-we have been deluged with phone calls and letters from men and ,'',"
women in all walks of life who want us to know: they are opposed to this effort to put A&R put of :
business. .
An: enormous number of customers are telling our store managers and clerks that they :want to con- ,':'
tinue to enjoy our low prices for quality foods.
... ,,.. .
u n.- +a.wg., gwlP-- -ar \ .
:on Farmers and other suppliers are asking what they can do to preserve this efficient outlet for: their
\ Our 110,000 employees are asking us to protect their jobs and pensions.

Labor leaders are wiring us their opposition to this threat to labor's living standards. I

If all these people will be hurt, why then do the anti-trust lawyers want to put A&P. out of J)business I

i Low Prices Don't Hurt Anyone Do You Want Higher Prices ?

h1THe[ anti-trust lawyers say Because:) we are able to sell food( cheaper As anyone can see, the only purpose that would be served by
than other grocers we make it impossible for: those grocers to putting A&R out of business would be to raise food prices.
.I compete with :us.
[WKo :would this benefit?.
: If this were true, we should Have all the food business in the i
!,,United States by this time. [We were the first merchants to set the pattern for low-cost, low:-

| Just the opposite is true. In 1933 we Had 1 11.6 per cent of the profit distribution. Our example and our competition has led other
nation's food business. Now, according to the anti-trust lawyers, grocers to keep their prices down.
our share has decreased to 6.4 per cent in 1948. Anyone can see
\ Remove A&P from the picture and food prices are
I we have nothing even approaching a monopoly.As

a matter of fact, there are about 30,000 more individual bound to go up.
; grocers in business today than there were ten years ago.
I I Remove A&P from the picture and the way will be
'. [There are about 275 more food chains in business today than cleared for the destruction of every other efficient
: there were ten years ago.
I, large-scale distributor.Is .
In other words, we have more competitors in the food field and
j 'do a smaller share of the nation's food business than before. this what the American people want? .

. [Where is this alleged]) destruction of other grocers? Where is
there any evidence of their inability to compete with us? Is this in the public interest?

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music Including "Viennese Love Miss Mabel Johnson Miss Delores Fitch Hill-Dobrow Methodist Circles SAVE $:!l on New Remington

Song" (Nevin), "Andante Can- I Portable Typewriter For limited

O) oblle" (Tachalkowsky), "Cnnte- And Mr G. S. RobartsTo And Mr. Jewett Fogg Miss Joan Dobrow daughterof Will Meet MondayThe time we are nelllng the new

I lene Nuptlale" (Dubois) and "ToA Wed October 8 United In Marriage Mr. and Mrs. William Dobrow, WSCS of the Methodist Two-Tone n..h"p110,1: (.....K.ulurlrI'e
Wild Rase"( (MacDowelK. The 410 El Vedado West Palm
Church will hold their programand $$i.21)) for only SOO) (tat:
I traditional wedding marches Miss Vera Mabel Johnson, Miss Ddores Fitch, daughter Beach and Richard D. Hill, Jr.,
:::> were used. Mrs. David J. Catch- daughter of Mrs Lola Johnsonof of Mr. and Mrs. Lee E. Fitch of son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. social meeting next Monday, Inrluiteil! ), Trans If desired _

cart sang, "1 Love You Truly" Keystone Heights, will becomethe Rush City, Minn, became the Hill 815 Flamingo Dr., West October 3. at 3 o'clock p.m. Bradford County Telegraph.

Office (Bond) and "Because" (d'Harde- bride of George Sydney Ro bride of Jewett C. Fogg, son of Palm Beach, were united in Circle 1 will be entertained by
RHht..n'o l
June Caldwell Smith at her homeon
lot). barts of Jacksonville on Saturday the late Chesley Fogg and Millie marriage by Judge Richard P. Hogan
I'h. State Farm 43 Editor Phone 29 Johnnie McCaughey served a.i October 3, at 4 o'clock in Waadin Fogg of Starke, in a Robbins in his chambers at the North Walnut Street.

.. .. ------- -------------- best man for his nephew and the the Community Church Keystone r candlelight ceremony at 3 o'clock courthouse at 11:30: ( am., Satur- Circle 2 will meet with Mrs.
L. S. Hutto and Mrs. Shelley Enter
ushers were David heights; Monday evening, September 19, day, September 24.
Junior Woman's Club Miss Reddish Weds brother of the Fltzshnmonll'l' The Rev. Lee W. Davidson, I at St. Edward's Catholic Church. Miss Barbara Hill sister of Hall at their home on Tenth ...t a FORDS

Convenes ThursdayThe Mr. Fitsimmons In Edward Quails. brother-in-law of the bridegroom The ceremony was performed by the bridegroom, in a blush pink Street.Circle 3 will be entertained at :.- i
The bride was given In mar-I will officiate at the double ring Father R. T. Rastatter against a
frock with matching calot and the home of Mrs. J. M. Hembree $'00,000CARSAFETY
Junior Woman's Club will .!Jacksonville Ceremony riage by her brother, Carl J.I ceremony. background of native greenery of Street with
hold its regular monthly meeting I Reddish, and had as her matronof I A program of nuptial music white gladioli; and porn pom wearing a corsage of pink rose- on North Walnut CONTEST |
at the club house Thursday Mlns Margaret Evelyn Reddish, honor her sister, Mrs. (l. A.allernel. I including "Because", "With< ThisRing" chrysanthemums.Mrs. buds, was maid of honor and Mrs. H. M. nicharde as co-host-
daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Ury ess. .
and this attractive
"The and l
October 6, at 8 o'clock p,m. WeddingParty" W. F. Heintz, organist, Richard D. Hill was his son's |
An Interesting program on ReddlHh of Starke, became the Mrs. Ballernel chose a light will be rendered by Miss Gertrude rendered a program of nuptial best man. LEA TIIEU -:JACKETS-Cleaned rellacter In.tolUd mill
bride of Robert Charles Fltzslm-
".Am..rl<'an Citizenship" has been blue gabardine suit styled on K. Houaer, pianist, and music preceding the ceremonyand and re-djed. Satlhfiw-tlon guar.
mona, son of Mrs. Llllie Splva( <'k Mrs. Ettadean of The bride wore a shirred ivory
Ferrell Gaines
planned by Miss Nina Bishop dressmaker lines. She wore navy Miss Oarnita Hutto soloist, anteed. STARKE Dry Cleaners Sll aMV FOR* MALIK NOWr
of Son Diego. Calif., and the late ville. jersey frock with high neckline
chairman. accessories. Her was "Because" and "Ave Maria"
committee : corsage sang and Laundr-
Charles Fltz..nmom' Saturday and flowing panel. She wore
The bride will be given In an
Hostesses will be Mrs. A. N. of white carnations.The The traditional wedding marches -
evening. September 21, at 8 o'- her ,,Ivory Jersey calot with a short
by brother Sgt. Ed-
Holliday Mrs. Merrill Struth. I bride selected a pink gabardine were used for the processionaland
clock in the Elizabeth Swain illusion veil and carried a bou-
ward Johnson of St. .
Freddie suit with ac- Augustine.Mrs. recessional.The Beautiful
Mrs. A. L. Cronby Miss worn navy A Home In
MethmliHt Church in Jacksonville Henry T. Godwin will be quet of white orchids. Bug
B. cessories. Her was of
and Mrs. Hugh corsage
Wlmberly bride, In
The Rev David J. Cathcart pas white matron of honor for her sister A buffet luncheon was held for
Ingram. tor of the church, officiated at rOS8.The Bridesmaids will be Mrs. E. f. Walter La Mon, a close friendfrom the immediate families at the
mother of the bride, Mn
New York ,
the double-ring ceremony.The Reddish was gowned In ray Slider, Jr., of Jacksonville, Mrs. ballerina length gown City of mauve a home of the bride's parents following luJubon pal.t/

to church was decorated with rrepe with black accessories. ,Winston Summerhill of Gaines satin with a dropped yoke effect the ceremony. (
tall baskets of white gladioli against Pink carnations formed her cor ville Mrs. Woodrow Meeks of i and accessories to match, with a Mrs. Hill Is the daughter of -
a background of native Nichols, Ca.. and Miss Ruth Ro Mr. and Mrs. William Dobrow
sage. garland of tube roses and illusion Within Five
: I of So. 9th St.
greenery and lighted tapers lit Mrs. spivacK, mother or the barts, sister of the groom. Miss for her hair. Her corsage I and granddaughter of Mrs. Saran E. Side

seven branched candelabra. The bridegroom, .wore a navy blue Rhenetta Johnson, niece of the I was two white orchids and tube Jacobs of Jacksonville all former Blocks of University of Florida
marked with bride will serve as flower girl. residents of Starke.
family pews were crepe dress with white accessories. rones.
white satin ribbons and sprays Pink carnations formedher Mr. Robarts will have as Ma I I
of white gladioli. best man his brother, John Ro- Miss Barbara Cameron serving UDC
corsage Meets October 5
barts of Jacksonville as maid of honor, wore a LOOKAt
the Mrs. Two other
Mrs. Frank W. Sherman, orfrantat ceremony of dove Her
gown gray. corsagewas
Spivack entertained with a reception brothers James Robarts of The W T. Weeks
rendered a program (if of pink carnations with ail Chapter of Features !
at :3520( Fleet Street In Jacksonville and Dwight Robartsof These
the UDC will meet Wed-
1. ver leaves. on next
Jacksonville.The Columbus Ga., will serve aa e. .
bride's table, overlaid witha ushers with Henry T. Godwin and Serving as best man was Bill nesday afternoon October 5, at
MARCIA JUNIOR lace cloth was centered with Oliver Quarterman of Jackson Colson and ushers were Vic Frees 3:30: o'clock at the home of Mrs. MIAMI TYPE CONSTRUCTIONBuilt
BY LADY FAIR a tiered wedding cake flanked by ville. and Bobby Fitch. Marcus Brown with Mrs. L. D. ( to sustain hurricane force winds)
A reception will be held at Mrs. Fitch chose for her daugh- CONCRETE IH-OCK 3 BEDROOMS; :
YARD GOODS lighted white taper In silvercandelabra Vining as cohostess.SERVICE.
BEAUTY SHOP the Woman's Club following the ter's wedding a gown of teal blue 2 TILE BATHS

Miss Alice Fitzsimmons kep' ceremony. with black accessories. Her corsage -I SOLID OAK FLOORS
r was of pink carnations. The WALLS PAINTED
the bride's book and Mrs. V. P. INTERIOR
PLAIDS Dechalne cut the wedding cak!. Hayes-Barry ReunionThe bridegroom's mother Mrs. Fogg, EXPERT TILE WINDOW STOOLS
wore a black crepe gown with a I
Presiding at the punch bowl I STEEL CASEMENT SASH
, were Miss FltZHimmonH, annual Hayes-Barry family corsage of white carnations and sdioep
1.39 Per Yard sister of the bridegroom, Mrs. reunion was held last Sundayat tube Immediately roses. following the I I I SPACIOUS CEDAR LINED CLOSETS
Hay Crowford and Mrs. J. It Strlcklands Bathing Beach'on ceremony HEATERS
Brownett. Kingsley Lake. The descendantsof a reception was held at AUTOMATIC: MOT-WATER

GABARDINE1.39JerYard After spending several hours the late Caroline Barry were the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E.I t FURRED & )PLASTERED WALLS
with\ their guests the couple len present.
Those Mrs. J. P. Roberta receivedthe INLAID LINOLEUM IN KITCHEN
for a trip to Southern Florida. attending were: Mr. and
On their return Mr. and Mrs.FitzNlmmons Mrs. O. W. Barry and Mr. and guests at the door and they YOUNGSTOWN SINK & WASTE DISPOSAL

rtal ( will reside at 1463Montlcrllo Mrs. N. G. Hayes of Brooker; Mr. were presented to the receiving it OIL SPACE HEATER WITH TANK & STAND
Road Jacksonville. I and Mrs. Herman L. Harrell and line by Mrs. W. E. Torode and LANDSCAPED

daughters of Alachua; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Andrews.. In the receiving ELECTRIC STOVE & REFRIGERATOR I I:
FAILLEWAS Mrs.' William H. Watson and line were Mrs. Fitch,
children and Beauford N. Barryof Mrs. Fogg the bride and groom(
1.191'ER YARD and the maid of honor. The I Chas. C. MATERIAL & WORKMANSHIPThe
Ladies' AuxiliaryThe Archer; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. receiving -
4d<1 Shaw Mrs. W. H. Hayes and Mr. line stood In front of the Best That Money Can Buy

NOW1.19PerYd.Sullivan's Ladies Auxiliary of the and Mrs. M. S. Hayes of Gaines mantel which was banked with ShepherdAt ON LOTS 100'xlOO' OR OVER

Presbyterian Church held its ville; Mr. and Mrs. E. W. 1 fern with a fan arrangement of PAVED STREET CURB & CUTTER
Hayed Service Station
..., My IN ...... W? Ray's
regular monthly meeting Tuesday .- and daughters and Dr. J. W. white gladioli and pink carnations.
Yes kit CM't..N
Imply aver
I at 8 pm., at the home of Hayes of Jacksonville; Mr. and .
ngRite yee h II UatTLACrr :Mrs. E. M. Davis with 13 members Mrs. E.V Hayes and non, Knoa t The bride's table was overlaid ._
I and one guest present. and Mr. and Mrs. John H. Deas with an imported linen cloth In. .-- I A \LF-MIIXION: DOLLAR IH1IJH.NJ FKO.IKCT

DRY GOODS Mrs. K. G. Duncan conductedthe Jr.. and daughter, Sue of Starke; set with Viennese lace medal-
( jjfKOCH : devotional which consisted Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bradham, Jr., lions. Four low silver candleholders !

117 West Call Street IV SENIOR OPERATORS at song, meditation scripture Mrs. J. W. Bradham, Sr., and holding tall white burn DA.I.C. f
CALL ST AT RAILROAD reading 1 and prayer. Col. Thomas J. Collins of St. ing tapers surrounded with ruffles FL": .A.A. CONSTRUCTION Co.
Starke.t Fla.
FOR APPOINTMENT'' PHONE Mrs. B C. Holtsondorf. program Petersburg; Mrs. George Keen. of bridal illusion and allow- TARKE .

I'i i chairman. Introduced Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hayes C. ers of white satin ribbon flanked BUILDERS DEVELOPERSINKSVILLK t

Davis who read a letter from two Hayes, Jr., the three tiered .wedding cake. .
George Hayes, B'j The silver Sloe, :\1...... 'f "..., (>rt. 2, 3, 4 (i,\ : }"I.\. f
I missionaries In China, who were Mr. and Mrs. Cleatus Ward appointments on the
miraculously released and return. Lake Butler; Mr. and Mrs. table were used in serving pink
i ed! to their home In America. B. Sorter of Naples; H. V Barry 'and white mints and nuts. Chicken SETUP PHONE 211 f

DRUG STORE Mrs. H. V. Knight was in of Dunnellon.; Mr and Mrs. Morns salad sandwiches cakes and $13.300; TO 913. 00

charge of the quiz program. Storter or Gainesville; Mr. |frosted coffee were served by Rr4t l Ryan Audrey Toiler OPEN FOR INSPECTION: SAT., SUN., OCT. 1 & 2
The ladles made 29 calls during and Mrs. W. M. Long Mr. and |,;Misses\ Freddie Wimberly and ALSO SHOUTS 1

I the month. Mrs. Jack A Hart, and children Florence Welch and Mrs. Paul ,

Your Friendly Several notes of appreciation William and Jacquelin of Otter- Raymond \\i-.l., Tlinl-H., Oct. 3, 6 1 1
AI J were read by the secretary. Tha creek. The bride's book was kept by
Drug Store summer: offering cards were re- Miss Oracle Lee Boree niece of 1)01'HLi: ."";.\TrUE
turned.. Announcement was LEATHER JAKETs-.I..n-i the bridegroom. Mrs. Elva Stewart

: ;, 1 made of the synodical meeting to etl and ....-< > Nl. Satisfaction! Ktiur- cut the wedding rake and COUNTESS OF FALL

So held In St. Petersburg October ant.sM. STARKE Dry Cleaner* was assisted in serving by Mrs. i
Ii" I RATE DRUGS S It through 13 and Laundry. I Muirl Gardner. MONTE CRISTO

--- I Out of town guests were: Walter With !Sonja H.lnloAM 17
S. La Mon, Woodhaveji, L. I. > -

4f See Us ForHallowe'en Are You Ready For Cold Weather? N.N.Brooklyn Y.Y.; :Tom Miss Mr. Welch and Florence,Mrs.Brooklyn Welch.S. C. Law Rides Again! I SUITS : I

Bankston and Millie Anna Con-
Hoot lilbnon, K.laynlird: I
way, Bunnell: Mr. and Mrs. DoyleBoree II
Cost'tumes and Mrs. D. L. Durban I
sizes 10 TO 20
Mrs. Pearl 1'1. Sat. Ort. 7. 8 f
Minor and Dr. J L. ,
i; Dugan of Jacksonville; Mrs\ C i
Noiaemakera, I IlliImJLr B. Roberts Graham. Mr. and IMMIH.K.: FEATfRK

,.r-,7; Hats And All I II' 1.V1VTt1'I2 and Mrs.Heights..Ir. and W Y. B.J.Mrs.Johns Johnson H. L.of Lake Morgan of Keystone:Butler, Jr.;, Cowboy Cavalier I j1s I Faille Gabardine Dresses 8.95 I

\ The Other Items I Ith Jimmy Wakcly I w ,..;t"&i: r-'l'Wla..

_J. 1.1 1 1 0 Dr. Otto J. Tonissen -AND-:\ i

The Great John L.Llmla STRAIGHT CUTSLIPS WOOLSweaters
( I
a For Spook Xight! biroplniistGainesville
i Ifcirnfll Barbara Itritton ,
o I .\l I..o Shorts & Serial i
formerly of jNckw.mlllv.. } I

la' 'I I'i: : ,. flrnxint, !ft. Ph. tis I'' I,

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I I 1.97 1.98

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fI...\ T (':1f.LPtR I I t W .
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1.25 GLASSES ((3 I. I I NYLON 2P

"-, 1.11.1:1' 1 t 5c I I t, A I R

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I 1 tt t I t HOSE 1.95|

FOOTBALLS - From 79c I sl: t.! >)5- DK-25. 25,000 BTU t ,w.rn.war t.I

.. s Instant heal glowing, 'bone-warming heat is yours Salute The New Season .II.

POCKET: COMB when you turn the valve of the pilt-operated Dearborn

15c Parker lil.ick. INK Glo-l3rlte. R.tduint, Heater, There nn't any warm-up periodfor with a couple of coats of our : One Rack of Cottons Reduced to Cost !
\\IIh ThU ( For
'. n \nl.V
With ThU ( upiin For Only fine "in-Williams Paints! We havea :
the Glo-Brite. The instant you turn it on, the radiants.
COUPON COUPON3c full line of famous Sherwin-Williams :=
begin to glow from top to bottom sending out MORE ingeluding
Taint! Enamels, and Varnishes
Corduroy Coats & Suits 8 95
3cOCTOBER WARMTH FASTER than any other radiant heater made! Inng-lasting SWP Outside (House t; ; Skirts 5.95SHO.P

Paint. I.ook over our Color Charts this ;
No matter how cold l it (If'h.( you'll always find a warm week!
hi OCTOBER l.t
welcome at home when you have a t'arborn-the finest,
.'.11.\. Remodeling or Repair Loans can be
safest gas heater made. Com in and see this matchless
obtained. Let us: explain to ,'ou. )
.aler-wnd you'll see why ro other can compare with itl .

MEET YOU ATKOCH'S Every 0..ra.ra ka< .*. HigA.C,..a t..rnr-*...._.,...'.... TARK&BUILD

fee nature?. mii4., mm1tlmrt4. ot If (...


..( S.A.L. DEPOT... ('],' w... DIESS?
Call St. At R.R. Ph. 121 SUrke. Fla.


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Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Sheppard Mrs. Carr Colley and daughters N. T. KITCII. JR. In Circuit Pearl. Hrailforrt ('0..(r, In Irrult fonrt. ......f..rd Court. and Cause. wherein. plaintiff' .
I r'lurlilKl !. ( In C''j .
tfmmffrr.I.tK fr'lurliliii Kflnrrrr* iks livor> Krmlfoiil CountjrTdeitrkph
Jr., and nan of Newnan, Ga., left Barbara and Jackie motored .
11< "" Marie llonrlimint shall fMiMtch this Ordttrin
Mr. and Mrs N T Hitch of' tl* :Mae Jones I'OV, 1'lullfttff' VH .
\Veclnt'Rr.lt Hurry. Irnniltinint Iwrrmliillt *,t \t( lour weekly I 1..11....
arrival ofa ,. I' ,. No. 1S.17llnlrr .Ifli'lnl. seal
Miami announce the Nn t5Under "M : l'ItuImy hand and
I. P. to visit her Mrs. D. .
with Mr and Mrs Sheppard mother
of l-nblli-Hllon mill Yotl.1 to at Stark Florida. till Hoptviiibor
Sr. : McMillan Ferryman and her ulster son on Saturday September at. TxrK Pohl/rsllun' .>." sodtic.....<.tllll \ lotRobert tolpprur 1 pp.sr. ortrn OK KI.OMII> % f..Iillver.11 I 14. I'H'IOHKU'lAt
24. I ; hare. )' IlonilurHnt. wh'w | ( HKAI.: A. J. ThoniAiVAH
PERLtNKNT$1JSU : / Mrs. Moore and I.e. t'o\ WhUM" rtHl liun .I.
U.U..nF.U Marlon fam- < ?i ianil 'liHldilura. ntr. 1 Idurn' William :)f. lionlri'iti .I.I | t I'liTk of said CwurC.lv .
at Kuhy Johns lii..utyShnpix ily. Mrs. Ritch l Is the former Miss address In linkman.You I < .horo. North t'ariilina. I Htn.n t'ronliv J> ,i',
IW THE OdEWS Green of Starke. nit" riiiilrnil/ to appear num \ Voi 1, art ri-iiiilrnil. to appear nn .!Insrph| K Skipper, 221 OrulminHhltf .
*. llavf your rain coats 11'atrrProofed Betty >ili>.r 31. 1 IH! In 'the uliovt iiHini-il I i art ohel i Jl 194U, In the above named. JM< k.onvlUrt.. Kl'trlila,
.- Mrs\ W. D. Faxon and Donna STAKKK I>KY C'l.' ''aneM (.'.01111. and CHUHV wherein plnlnttff MM '''I' 1'if' 1-111. 4, (.SI
'II rSt4Jrrrprsrrsrrr "" I Dee left last week for Sumpter.S. and Laundry. Recent Deeds TflrKliii'll" shall |>ul>ll"h I this Order.
Marlon Carter of Boyington Mr and Mrs. F.. II. Registerand C.. where they are visiting Dewey Graham of Mlcnnnpy I In np'"t four weekly lHi.tit. >ti. I
I I \\ Itn>- nn hanil and ofrirlnl ural = RIDING
spent Tuesday through Sunday daughter, Katherine of Miami Mr and Mrs M. C. Ford, Jr. was the guest of his brothrr-ln- Mrs. Mary\ B. Malone of Nassau al Xlnrkf, Kliirliln. till** "I.t.b..r.",

with hla son-in-law and,) were visitors of Mrs W. H. Miss\ Sarah Mitchell of Nashville l law and sister Mr. and Mrs M County New York to Joe 27. I'MiOKKK'IAt.. .
daughter'j ( HKVM A. ,1. Thumps"'
Mr. and :Mrs. Oscar Godwin this week. Miss Register Tp 11., was the ,guest of C. Robert! thla week!' Griffm of Bradford County. W AK llnlk of sold Courtly : -00

their farm home near Starko and will leave Thursday' for Talla- I Mrs )Roy Turner last weekend. Mrs. W. A. Colley had as 1-4. of NE 1-1 I of NW 1-1 of Sec .\ .1 I llav Ttmmiif, 11 ."frosty. Ji, Stark l n. C... Klurul,. COMFORTAT

with his son-in-law and daughter. huMHee where she is a student alFSU. : Claude Johns of KiiiRsley: Luke visitors last weekend!' Mr. and 26, Twp 6 S, K. 22: 10:. AIIV for, !rut 9< 10 41. in.tl I

Mr. and Mrs W. O. String- left Monday for Tallahassee Mrs. Ralph Baylan of Washing Mr and Mrs. E. \\'. Hayes ot

fellow at the State Farm. Mrs. Jack Brlgg/ of Jackson where he will rename his studiesat ton D. C.SjHMlaU. Bradford County U> Mr. and ITS BEST

Mrs. Mike Klondea was a pa. ville and Mrs J. M. Mitchell and FSU. He was accompaniedby Hllll tin. at Ruby John Mrs. T M. Morris of Starke. t>

dent for observation and treatment daughter. Lucllo. are spendingthis his mother Mrs. Claudu Beauty Sho|>|>''. I.82: 1-2 ft. of the W 1-2 of block EnterFORD'S>> With i Shepherd's Plastic I

at Riverside Hospital In I week at the Mitchell collage Johns Mrs. Carrie Ritch spent Wednesday 1, S of range 2 E, Temples Sub >

Jacksonville Wednesday and at 1 Ktngslcy Lake. Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Phil Wood. Mr. visiting friends In Jacksonville Division in Sec 21 and 22. Twp / )
Thursday of last week. She re- Mr. and Mis. George C Whiteof and' :M.... Frank Herlonp Mr.\ and 6 S. K. 22 E. SEAT

entered the hospital Tuesday Tallahassee were weekend Mrs. Paul Robinson and,) Mrs Ca:'- Mrs. L. Grover of New York 100,000ARJAF

afternoon. /guests at the homes of Mrs CJ. rle Adams were guests of Dr. arrived Monday to spend a while

Have jour rain coat WateiFrootrrl. W Merman and Mrs J.V. and Mrs. M.\ B. Herlong lust Sun with her son and dnughter-ln-lnw In I 1 Ireult In'iiiirt f hMn,.>rr llrmlftiril'.' t'wunty.tlorliliii : TV CONTEST I

STAKKK I>RY Clwuiers White. I day. Mr. and Mrs. George Grovcr. Kduuid). l.lltanalii. riullllirr. vn HoHiiLaltilllHlo CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
I lelellilaitt. tilt. Nn lu4l. and .! this attractive
and laundry. Mis J. F. Robb and children of hale your ruin routatrr Mr. and Mra. W. II. Nollmun nlrr .'I I'uhllenlliirt. nod. Nolli-r tl .> r.fl.
Buddy P'axon left Tuesday for I Colombia. S. C were guests of Proi>" >....l. STVItKK DRY C'lruniTn. Were! recent guests of Mr. and I >l>i>iir.'\i.nttaualu( 1'II'N! Of liime tlollllll: lentilcm
Lakeland where he Is a student Mrs. Fay Gill at Kingsley Lake I and Ijiiimlry.Mr Mrs. Crosby H. Dnwklna at their and 1lll'Psn.. IN 7tt 1'lirion Avenue, Court .t MiullMin" 1'\' ,... Starkv! fl...
at Florida Southern College. I last week. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley returned beach home In Jacksonville. hi..un iHlaliil. ,' 5, New Yurk ANT fORI BtAUR MOW I
to their! home here last W. H. Nollman la In Asheville, Y>in ,ID i retiul'ed I to uppoar on.
.. .1
... IVtolier 91 I. ItM'l. Ill the allow uanu
weekend after!' spending two N. C., looking after property. Court and. cause therein, plalnllffHH -
k divorce head. fut,'d County: ..
Every Branch of I IINSURANCE weeks In Clayton, Ga., and Mrs. Orvlllu Dyal of Miami 'Iclrufapll* hull ptibllnli..\ this UKlerIn
Wavnesville.. N C. spent last week with Mrs. B. T. tit.xi t four weekly InHuealtneHH .
Thomas.LKVTHKU. \\ niv hand. and. iifflclal seal. SPECIAL PRICEON
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and .
at Stun k" Klurlila IhlH 1 tteptvmbxi>
son. Jimmy of Tampa spent last CKKTHloaii: 27. 11-19.I,, .I
((1I1"' 'L'' I\(. "I ,\t.1) A. J. Thorns,
I'd| and
weekend with Mr and Mrs O. L. re-dyed. SatlMfartlnu
... fpiarantiftl. Aa Clerk o( said Court.1"y 9 x 12 .FELTOXALINOLEUM :
Beasley.Mrs .. MTAItKK Dry Cleanemanil llavvn, .. I'rnaliy r>, t',
1 '1' I.", .ink. fnnilruin, Stark!! r. Florida.AUK .
R A Colson Mrs\ F. F Laundry.
for fir 11-30 4t 10-JI 1
Flume and') Mrs. J. 1 I\:. Dougla1! Mr and Mrs Herbert Ritch
spent Monday In Gainesville!'. were guests of Mr and Mrs W. RUGS

Mrs.: Llllle S. Lewis of Apopkn C. VV'hittcn In St. Augustine last Save Time Work
is spending: several weeks. with Sunday.Mrs. .
her Him and diiughter-ln-law Mr L. S. Hutto Miss a"rnlto "'. HumA .','

Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- and Mrs. James Lewis Hutto. Mrs. Tyler! Kenney and and Money Large: 895'nlu.'h

Mr and Mrs Ralph H. Cox son, Wayne Mrs Shelly Hall' and Si.!<'<.I\Ion ..-,

.. and daughters) Cynthia and Miss Sharon Hall spent last Pound Of Your
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Prlscilla of Live Oak were! guests Thursday In Jacksonville
of Mrs. D. I* Siloox last Sunday. full 110 for HHj<>lal>o at Rutty Laundry Done In Choice of l'uttern14 See UH TODAY r

('IU:.\'r.' It'll' \ II'()() ami 1 :Set John Reality Shuppc." I _
Only .
---------. ----- 811"111111." : < lire $'I.5O at It n b y
Johns llriiiity 1 sliopi" | <*. ; } HV Also Have .Mother (GOOM Rugs For The Children's Rooms.
FOR CALK: Um-rt radios phonographs NI'"I".r: Sawing Mruh1n: I I: "UC" /! :
imrtahlpii. Lee I up. Chan.. 4'anh. & rums, are nvuUuhle in Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Cer- Wi L. Minutes. It ]!sWashed
Hadloii. Seal Cover thin BHilloii only thruuKh MimcrDewlnit ....: :,': ,;:
1 Shepherd. manero left this! week to spend :;:; : jl'jf.\
Court & Madlaon. 810. trKI.OHIM4 .Marhlnn' f'o.. tui N. :Mitr- ...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;.m UQ...:..:,:.:....;...:...:..;:. \\ 40 Spotlessly t lieauliful Corner MahoganyWHATNOTS
lon 1 Ml 1., Fin. rhnn.. a month In North Ad-mis Mass, .:::::: :::.. .... ..... :, :.. FIRE DOGS
MKI.I.IttKtatlrd JIIIa..I'Iij 1:0 DUO Sa lea, write& eoviii: ; :; cars
a-: ofoIt fI-I...... ...11. oIt pampa :your home upon r"'|iie"t. ''f I after property they own there. .flRR': :: To Iron! I

13, or A Write rrimlrrilPhoii. to: /.SAK $24 on new ItentlllKton pitrt They expect to visit Canndt ;.. : Regular ./..')() Value
tn..I1.r. For llnilicil lime \l'e while away. Is All It
J. A. al llFTMacclenny. : Cents!!
Fla. S-Of.yr are i nelllnic. ( the H4 new,27) 2-Ton for only deletenitul eta Mrs K. O Kldd: Mrs. George Recent births at Shadycres. Regular 15.9.1 Values Now On SALE i nr PEN:
: :
(tux h il Term If denlred.. 8Tlradfonl B. )Flynn and Mrs. GI..nn'oad Hospital were: 40 i Costs! Try Our

SELL YOUR TIMBER C'oimtv Telogrnph.\ -- ,'' visltc'd Mrs. Paul E. Canova in Mr. and Mra.\ G. J. Jones. a IMUCE l.Jt. ) SET;
NOW AI>r>ISO MACIHNR4 FOrt BALK: Gainesville Thursday. SALE AT 11.95
Patricia Jeannette Service Soon !
New Itenilnnrton .models a. low .an girl on September -
Paid Miss Anne of.taeksnnville
Cash Prices Betty Flynn
Highest $120 (phi. tax) Term If deHlrml 21.
H rail.ford County Telegraph _. spent last weekend
and Mra. Nelson Moore a
WILL BUY IN BULK. FOR SAIK: Ira M. Anderson property here with her parents Mr. and girl Renee Margaret on September The Washeteria 9.v: 12 Mottled .l/MIW(

OR IN UNIT some ,hldtfi.R4-acriv. irnotl fHrm InrAtlon.ft pasture TWI'. t., Mrs. George Flynn.. On her return 22. Regular 199.; Values Now On

sect 2, range 20 K. on highway Sunday she was accompanied Mr. and Mrs. C R. Scoggins, a I
EDWIN W. PECKOr Inn; 2 ml. ti> New niver Mtatlnn. by Mrs. Flynn and Mrs. I S':.\ Ti'inplw A""1\lie RUGS
Beth Elulru' on September Axminister
girl >
fpVj. ml. to l.nhr Fllltler This Ih avery
John W. Turner rood ""va' l.nau, .r .I,. Gli-nn Wood! 26. SALE AT - 14.95Made
I.I O. Box 463 CVnme Hroker: WnrdlP :51. II' Cu!. Thomas J. Collins of StPrN'tHburir I
icr l Snlponmn. 115 W .
Gainesville, Fla. 1 Ui-lund, Flit: __ In'lhlt.':\:,10' spent last Saturday -- -
night! with Mr. and Mrs E W I SALE
and I Jo'olt. It l'NT H .lurire Hhnp", Hiitlulile. Hayes and attended the Hayes THEATRE* of Selected Wood 59$0 I
Send me a postcard for "fill penter ,AIM' > 2-rMI.-Ar-lilll' h
will see you.SUWANJIo'Ia I'll kin l I ALSO Ici, I1.-i'" HPIIIP., I'llll, Barry reunion the following day II iiim i1 PRICE !
come hill' 'Bt Tourist fiiurt. Uf. 100 i ItS t STARKE I For l.aslint Beauty
} .. "Murke tltllmlln. I'li'ino 17 Wm. Fnns ]Iurs' a law student _
ror.NTVMAUK1M1 LIV1'MTnf K ring 1-1. Sipln at the University of Florida
AII.th.n0\ each W..Iown.,1 ,.. -, spent the weekend with his. ..rUOUIILE / T' S A ACT YOU CAN It O IIiTTJsR AT
par Tues. Wed. Oct. 1.
W'o..1 hv .1.I I' Oil""VIr. I 1 KOIl W.XI.I.; ll .ti- oil n.r.; lot Saturday, Oct. 1 >
.. 21OM." Live flak, Fla' 4'1 ems Imtli.KrniK. $1 I">0. rush orr ents Mr and Mrs. K. W l Ihyea FEATURE t
___I'h_--- Ilex. 41 I'll. HS-W. I"Rlnrk. IHHMM.K) FEATURE !
:- .. at their Kingsley Lake home.
SAIFI 811.9-111
1'1 ;KovVl "'1.1.:wRTT61lS\15-lii ..Rrrln.vort.... good ipy''wliotEasrsec.k.f Denmark Furniture Co. I
..,.n.l.. $75 ALSO I TtpmlnlClolIpnrl. Ftilt HHN'T M-'''rnl furnlHlioil SON OF
slightly. ufftl. lll<. new 4fit 6-rooni" ftpHi t",,'nt.. M..drri i ,
t5o t-n.lfor.l moats Tol'>grnphFurnlHhiMl rnnvenk. ...H. .:'''loMod :yard wit hIIIWII. r BILLY THE KID
Prefer> pruple| wit h linn 11 CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION t PHONE 151 KTARKE. FLA.
1 1Il'ilh
Apt KOIl BENT. Tall children. Mrs, "*. C. \\ >'nn.,. KHMT: Sf I I y1ny
at,: tit T 'nii(I.. Av.. 9littMIIKH Stark. 4.liltr' Lush tattle S _
,,.. _AN1EXCHAMP 1 1 i al/l
we one k 5Pll KnrthFult """ .I.It'lI1'I.HI.( : Full ".\1.1': I i inn-, I -
IHU<. \I'Ii 1101.a.:. 4011:10: plrte rms. & elect lefrlic, kN|i.IIITI u' I 'I =
'h Kllder Chas Tnrrimllii. "i',"llHt. 1 1I AND -
1 MALI,. <.,.>..l V-8 Ford T. J. iJrlffln 2tp'J3U| nm. leavlnif for f'nlm_It I t tI Victor ;Mcl.azlen, Tom Hr
]Flit HA I.KII' ('II. ft. gull ,111'Rrll FIIIC RENT In lovely close.. -In l.i..''[lllttn Aim: : Serial "IJalman & Ko-l I With Wild Hill Elliott Easily
Phllco refrlgeretur. Only 33 66 : turn A; nnfurii aptH A ,Inrt I It
,down. pmt All deluxe, features.t' A 3-...... Ar .bath cottnwe It Rftinrent t hln' ". & Cartoon "Stork Takes! Also News
II. Na.worthy Ueneral ""I'- able! t'ulonlnl Inn 201 \vMndlHon I
1.11.5. 7.29ttI''nlt St It A Holiday" I Thurs.. Frl.. Oct. B. 7 .
HK\T: 5-I'm, f irn. cottage on Fart HKVT' 2'rmittnge apt pet t x\
J.Hke h"'I.: Stove A bathrepo, iiorfh, gas. stove Ac Oct. 2 3
KlilKHlpy Sunday. Monday ,
heat, elect. l-efilir iitllltloii '' I tfscted government building
water InnerPprlna' t. 'ro. IF'
rfrtC.>I..IH.:; I IK running. winilv I lii-m-h Iii) Ill.,. MrM..I L Slmmi>nn, 214 W' Mtull I I f : i iAN
t" M.IV. I Mm. K: J. ILiwIlnic. !! r. l icon I$t._Up! I mad to the very highest l---.:..... -- = -
..IT: W. full I nt or ph 113J.t ---------- -
.. F,"l HPNT: iinfuin, house nn NVnler t MY DREAM I specification
poll SAI.FNorge: i'lro. oil henter. \ Ht :Mr .1 I n "..vn..nr. UpFolt tI l i i l lMr111FLGIRII
..tliiilly, m-w l nn.onHll... Hweil \ ,
. II KlHhup. Itt I I. Imx DM tllnrkell HKNT: : 4 rat. hiniKf (3 1 IgeImnehes IS YOURS INITIAL INVESTMENT OFONLY
f I I Lit the Ilttl"trir"! 3 ml K: f Knit HUNT: Klirn house electnfrtir. 'Mrk.I on old lll ndlnic rd TinT PHARMACISTSONTHE..MIMT I 411: ECNNCaoa(
hut wuter Ali
MISS darn to'
Martin f'roiliH'i .'n, Hp *.. rent :.1 lifilrm. house KliiKnli'Vlti ..
< ('In 1, .ill hr. modei innvenlenoRM -. ; : SERVICE DAYCARSONBOWMA.UPlus $63500f illcilatMI
w'.\'1'1'1':1: >, to rent space betweenIIIIc AnnU :Mrs .f M I >fM<'H ,
,. 1 'n' 1I N-'11.nn enrk? It. -
| ICRP Mu"" St on rt PHONE aaPl

l box ion.. to 217./ llare PlMrlco i-uhlii. Kin xlKll. Applv Up ('5rr 1'oll.y. 1t."I. J I Cartoon ":.Ittle 1IChFLA11\ \ NG FURY / R9iej/
1.4" Walnut SI. t'\\\ tr !
Felt, H\IK' I'lano "nn"lpt..ly l rn- "' ,,"'n KlniTHlot. Lake.. honi" .*n. turn Day 64 Night (;irr. & News; With All Star (well
nilltliin'-d, nollil inahiiKnnv llcxt k "I""furn Aluo Ant ,If .".- -.- .... __ UD MAKE! THIS !
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nuoniihlc offer inkeii. 327 Wrll .iI_.__.._.._'_"_'_"_"_"_ '.' :-
St SiinUiKin, "P'tll. 1.1.1', VI i i I';: T? It. h.. "Ifs. IIrP i III
I I loll rhrv.tl..r or will' inuliru' t -
employed downtowntlixllnii ,.'*ti'i1 settle Lone I'alin.. T \\ luilv 1 ii. 1. I'll tour I' e I IQ
Wants nlcp white rounloi PtRTKI Itp I
:: char; her home: In StnikeI1) \ In-.tnll, .ill I.rd I .' <11 h iiLath. '
),..nee I"HV*' your. name nnd ad- Volt, 14'? e-, '.n. .: fhlt. nit ... ... .. ,. .
1 1Koll phone ..'at.....r' "no1l1l".1'. d I 1'1 H. I "n". I.1>"' I H i r ihlneli l "t< : I
,11" '''H with thin n.RI..r. ,
nina '. ., ,,, I.! flonrlnicAl _
new $7fi Itrmlf'tr'l FnMlw: \\ luv i-iihn T ,. "
hen. In ,'n If ,.1' lll II'" i tile llnil. --J- y.Viit"" 'TMt
HUNTrm: hnuP.'P '?:" ''"I t
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Slnil" :M idem' i ,, 'lie and the
l I."n tit Ih,1 l< urn
'. hnve H nler plans for MO'l" 11..1 vsrlflt'1;"i- Plnw.vntxl, .[ The SMART SHOPPE'S New Location I ill f4elm mi'i
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... New Met i'"lVTKI other makee. 'I..t'' 'lr 0r tr.s.l"irn 'I' \ ,n\ I 1.11 u 21T.J fur 1 )
I::01.'I"lln..r.Mrs.. "11..1 111'1 ... far .....I.. 1..,w "1'10'0' xss n ,.. HI in"in." i ,n. .ur new r
....m. M"! ".salt.snwing ma: hlni- CAM ; IN v ,
,, hop "M i '''ir'i, MI ) AT SW CORNER & WALNUT; ; STREETSVcroHS : : J'rI
W \ ) Tf TI'V vnill' ild. s.wlnutmarhlneany n 1"1'.1v. iriiiitnnl "lit work. j
nr.rvir. trk\ cnll" hi >stark .
make fniih wniiI I 111 A Ilitor' t onlrnrfurwHluik
l Judd "From The Rank And Theatre
hla I Ph.. writ or wire TheN I'verv week !'h. r will 1li I
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wlnit ""hen| SM K :Mali Htllitlil'BVlllo. II a.wln. "linn Kla j
KU I'h 1940 411021! DnlnpFVllle Fla I'h 1M' 4lllil': '
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.\ "' 1,: ItKi!, .MM.\():' fine huu"

tAADEDI "I I LADIES) i\CS.: (; (Plus! Tar. ) 2.95!); to ; I ,...... nur >ou an buy (he fine (lamp

0'15 6a (,p IN tb :IISS SWANK SLII-S LH! tii 7.95! ; i .. \ aa M. eoc 1I0\_";" ,\ Itlandmu; building ilu! ..lrated a-

I TLHEN ie ; j hove live in \\hilejou work
Lailii-H' Night i Coen; -. & Pajamas 1.9S! to 7.95! ; j rs l 2 Ii
; IT'Icm" = i 1etsGa09 to\ 114pa \ \\k:1: -Maviiv.:? rent while finishing

G .LADIES' SKIRTS 1.95!); to 14.95' !>; I \\bi') C -- << -n ) our own home. hen. Koine by

I 14.95!>; P >. (clear simple blueprints which
... LADIES': IlLOUSES) 1.U5 to \ apart
a ..
CO ,, I "
furnish free with each
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NEW FALL DRESSES) :: 8.95 to 1I.9.V; 1 \a )'ROOM". \ purchase. you can concert

NICE: LINE: ('II1I UHI'-'S: ; DRESSES; RA& (;S S, AND'; ; I '/ RO OM 11S" \ this ..II.hlll1t weatherproof 1
The ills 114 1 h'tu.... into the hcauU l
Our Managers Picked Bargainsoz SUITS' j I : inir unit -
jI I \\ tiful :'I J hedroom home in

I } the photograph

They Knew You'd Like! -** If you wish we can veil you the home with exterior

SHOES j jChiidren.H jI :J I\\ renovation as shown plus Interior wall ....tuddin9011 -{

Throughout the year they note the Items you buy- -th* values you I .l- G'H' fur only $1725.t : JuirUv( and cheaply moved to

prefer-the bargains you look for. And now In appreciation of your Oxfords 1, Leather Soles 1.9S' ,; your lot. SHE: ; liOIII THE: HASH HI II.DINC: '; AND

It's A Sui- patronage, they present the money-saving values they know you want THE HANDSOME) : l'fnHSIOT() ; : CASIP

so you can stock your pantry to over-loading. I Children'", Ilightop Leather Soles 2.1;; HLANDLNf)( (;.
FIre Smash

] | Children' Cowboy |B..11t{ | 1.95; to 7.:!)S
Hit Don't Open Mon thru Sat. 8 i. m. to 5 p. m. NEW LOW PRICES ON

You MIa. III I ., Scores of Deep Cut Prices! I I-idies' Casual Shoe & Loafers 2.95; to 7.93! : ( I Closed Sunday BUILDING MATERIALSFRIDAY

..._..__. ....... 1Q/ ) I ladies: Dress! Shoes", We Have Newest; !! Sales Inj|

3 BIG .. -. Ask at Width"A,\ To C 2.9S to 7.I!>; ( leaders In REAL low/ Cost I Housing I I !

SALE Sept.Oct DAYS 29-30.let L E' tOilE 1 :f..... (( Pag Store Price for Color LUtl 4. fl1e SmariJho 9e : I ARMY CAMP WRECKING CORP.IT .

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those doggoned pests are one cow ? Anyhow Ve felt bogged II. B. Arwood. : Ef f le Oraren. whose realdence la 390 In Circuit Court nradford Ceuutr, lu Clrvult Court, Bradford; Ceuuty.Klorldni .

I of the almost invisible drain on down this .week as it seemed Mrs. Beulah Revel who has Hooper Street Kronklyn New York: Florida Is Chuueery.H lu Chuurery.Kdward ;; .
You are required tf> appear on B. 'V... Helen Roy Union Plaintiff vs.
a farmers Income: small yes but that nothing was working outright been living In Lawtey for several October 17th 1944' In the above W ..N..ldf.ldtbl'lalntlff.. Cane No. Ida Mvrtle Orubh, Defendant. Case

every llttl. bit helps or hurts. when a neighbor came In weeks went to Palatka last weekto named plaintiff Court seeks. and divorce cause and, wherein oth.rr..llef. 7510. No. 7640.Order .... Publication. and Notice .to

DIARYBy We got a sack of feed the other and told us about a cow that was make her home. BUAnroRD Order .f Pabllcatlou And Notice ToAppear. Appear MTATK OF KLUHIIIt tot
State of Vlorldn" Tel
and to put It awayin for sale. Piled Into his truck and Mrs. Flora Durham relief ftradford County Telegraph Ida Myrtle Urubh, whose residence
day forgot spent several .shall. publish tills onlur In next Helen W. Neldfel.lt, whose realdonee la unknown:
Sam McGarveyThe a steel drum we use to keep went to see her and spent some days last week with Mrs. four: weekly IBBUBPIVltne la 47O2 Eighth Ht., N.W., You are required to appear onk'tober
\ > my hand and official .eal Washington D.C.I ( 81, 1949. In the above namedCourt
Result rats 'time looking over his herd examining Eva Blackburn
feeds In. practically at Heilbronn
at "Htarke, Flul Ida, this September are required to appear on and cause wherein plaintiff
author wUl be Clad to recelve ruined that printed sack worth his pastures. Including a Springs. 14 1949. October. 10th, 1949, In the above weeks divorce. Bradford Ci/unty
Item of Inherent" concern- UFFIC'IAI S" AI.) A. J. Thomas named Commit and cause, Whereinplaintiff Telegraph shall pubiinh, this Orderin
d I 2Sc and of course ate and spilled stand of hairy Indigo. Didn't buy Many of the Lawteyltes were Aa Clerk of said Court : aeeka divorce.l Bradford next four weekly Issues.Vltness .
lag the activities of farmers In some of the feed BO, new war cry the cow but frit much better aft attracted to Gainesville last Saturday By Haven Crimhy, Deputy!: Clerk.WllllMtn County Telegraph shall publish this; \ mv hand and official sealat .

Bradford County.) Suggestions/ / may Is "down with the rats." erwa rd. to see the Florida-Citadel Clark IC. Morgan.Jacksonville Fifth, FloridaAtty. I Floor,, Order Witness In next my four hand weekly and officialseal issues 27, Starke I'H9.. Florida. this September.

be left at the Telegraph office or S a 0 S football game. fur'If.i'f. 0-ld 4t 10-7 at Stark Florida. this Sept (OFFICIAL fOE.\1.1 A. J. Thomas,

mailed to Sam McOarvey Lawtey Crows In 8. 1".9. Aa Cleric of said Court.Py .
Iur to a tjiMixruphlcal error are picking away :%;offppllcntlon for Tax Deed OFFICIAL. SEAL; ) A..1. Thomas,
Florida. we reported last wttek that Lester "right field" where we have a laj" Circuit. (Court. llrniirord. County. Notice In hereby urlven.. that L,. il.I Clerk of said Curt Haven Crosby D. C.
Flnrldnl In ( hnncrrr. Powell the holtler of the following p''A. Haven Crosby D. C. Martin, J. Pearl 312 Consolidated. .
I Kite had a yield of 100 dozen cover crop planted and as We Kalhvrlne. l.fnii. llrrffltt. Plaintiff certificates hall flied said certlflratva John .1. Henderson Bsq. Richard Hl.lg- Jacksonville, Florida

You remember the method I Read about a new tli. lr* for hybrid sweet corn to the acre. can see them plainly from out V.. .Hlrharcl Case No Frank 7626.Href Hit, UvfeniiRiit. fur a tax deed, to be Isauedthereon. lion Bldir., Jacksonville, Florida. Ally for I'lf. 9-30 4t 10-21
The certificate numhera
Ally fur I'lf. 9-9 4t S-JO
add another 0) to that front porch ,we discourage them Order of I'nbllratloa. niitl >..llc. faAppear.
of "guesstimatlng" the weightof dehorning calves developed by we $ and. yearn of iHHiiance. the description lu Circuit Court Hradford Ceuutr.Klorldai ..
MInIS of
100. we get the real yield which by shooting at them with our Richard Frank Rrrffllt Florida, w hns).. rea.Irlcncff los. of the property anl the nameaIn In Clrrult Court, llrndford. ('....a.,.. In Chancery.Muriel .
hogs which we told you aboul I the South Carolina Experiment was 1,000 dozen to the acre! "over and under" gun using the ant ariilresa, i in No. 31 A, follows'v hkra: Certificate It wits' asneHHed No. 70.1 Year are at of Klorldai In (.kjunrerr.Dorla Zebedee I.ee, .Plaintiff Robert .
Station's Dairy Department. Thi Tom McMillan }Iopa, Naval. J Koxak' Plaintiff va. Walter H, Lee, Defendant. Cane No. 7il5.;
recently (multiply the heart girthx electric e e e .22 barrel. Hitting a crow at Charleston. Hoiith Cainllna liase laxuance ;May 31. A.I. 1947.of l>e A, Koi k, Defendant.: : Case No. Order of Publication N. lc. luAppear.
method dehorning cif NISViof
of cilptlnn : K'4
the heart girth x distance from new When rutting; u |It land which 200 yards Is quite a shot as we You are rxiiilmd, to appear on H\\'i' Section property 11. Township 0 7491. MTATK OK KI.OIIIOA toiKobert
of ally has been so successful tha October 17th 1941, In the ahnva ; : : Order of Publication cud Notice. to H. Lee, hose realdenca in
spot between the ears to base has been pretty wet. we have have discovered but shooting at South, itanare 22 Kant, containing unknown
the Rtatlon' named Court and cause, whoreln Appear all the 1019 calves ol 10 uiiea mine or l less. Name In
tall and then divide by 400 If ch'ded' of them does keep them wary. plaintiff .seeks divorce. Hratlford Walter You are required to appear on
have been by some our neigh. which afiMensed 1: Cameron Stove Co. A. Koaak whose residence October 10, 1949. In the above named
result I Is less than 150\ add 7)) dairy herd at Clemson bore who said: "You'll ruin land o S S County this order Telegraph In .next 4 anal wpfklv! publish ISNUMHWltnnsa (Certirii-al. N". 72. Year of iHHuanueMay Is You 3 16th Avenue, Newark N. J.: Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
this ot are required to on
been treated 31. A.1X1047. Description appear .
We tried it out on a little black way. working It when it's that wet". When, oh when does a farmer mv hand and "ffl..lal..al property: W l.j of iii\Vi,4 of HK'4 Hectlnn October 3. 1949 In 'the above. named seeks. divorce married&. restoration,,ame. P-radtnrd of previous

hog and from this method of The experimental electrical de. Well not being an expert and get done all the things he had at 11. Htarke t94n Florida, this tfpptcmbor 12 TounHhlp. II Mouth HlllIlCeU Court and cause wherein plaintiff County Telegraph. \ .shall publish this
seeks ll
figuring arrived at a weight of homer consists of a conventional of course not wanting to ruin our in mind. Seems to us that we I hand and official
tied soldering Iron with a specially As Clerk of Haul (r'oiirt of said l in next fuur weekly I........... Witness my
Cameron 24tove Cu. All
94 Ibs. The other day we land we checked with someoneIn work hard but seem to get so Fly Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk: pro- Witness seal I at Storks, /l/lurlda this Sept.
hand and official.
beluic, In tl he of bradford my seal
up this hog and actually weighedher modified head or tip. Placing\ tho a position to know to get his comparatively little accomplished.There's John J. Hendnrnon Kan llchardnnn petty. State: of Kliirldit! ), .nLrnl auchcertificate at Starke Florid,,, thla Auiruat 8.Olr"1CJAL" SEAT) A. J. Thomas,

and got 97 Ibs. That's prettyclone. hot Iron in contact with the horn opinion. He said that providingthe never a time when there Atty.INiiidliiK I : I for, P1 Jacksonville?. I S-18, Florida n 10.1Is or certificates shall be 251(OFFICIAL. 1949.) SRAI.' A. J, Thomas ( Aa. Clerk of said Court.
redeemed to law the -
and If it works out that producing cell located at th i land Is not clay or largely Isn't some job that must be done d..rlb..d according In auch certificateor property As Clerk of said Court. By Haven Crosby: D C.
Stalke Florida.
A, J. Thomas Jr.,
close every time It will be a I' base of the horn button kills the clay. that it can be worked any some that should be done and Clrrult Court.. ..Bradford. .a".1 I certlfliatea will b. sold 1 to thehl..h..t Atty. for Pit 9-2 it K-23 Atty for Plf. 8-9 41 g-all
Florldai In f kun ,. bidder. at the Court llouHedoor
useful way of learning the weightof cells and prevents developmentof time It Is possible to do so. Our some that have to be done pretty W. James ('rok rinlntlff vs. Clara I on the first Monday In the .. Circuit C...... Bradford County, lu Circuit ('..a..t. Bradford Ceuatv.Klorldai .

a hog and a heck of a lot the horn. purpose In cutting up the land soon. The answer' IB, of course Head. Crock efendunt.. Case No. month November; 1949. which la Klorldai In Ch.a.-...... lu < huorerr.Hernlce ..
76111.Oriler: '
the 7 day. of November 1949. Dated,
Dorothea Martin Plaintiff V". Frank Juanita Waddell Plaintiff
easier than weighing) Only about two and a half minutes when It.was wet was to speed up that farming Is a never-ending of Puklleatliin and Voile toAppear. I this H day .>f September 1949. Martin. Defendant.. Casw No. 7611. v... Luther K.: Waddell..f.ndant., ,

C C C are required to complete tho the drying up process so that we I job but to offset that there area : lt. ..ad MT4TH: !Crock Or, "*whose FI.OIIID tolClara I (OFFICIAL. $FA1.) A.I. IIr..dforiI Thomas. Order of Publication. .sad Notice. te Cane No. 751!:I.
residenceand I
Clerk of f Mi-cult Court of
Appear. HT4TK OF KI.ONIDA" eel Order of Publication and Net Ice toAppear.
Asked "Mlteh" KiluanU h I :3 dehorning operation by the electrical could bed up sooner. This Is just I number of advantages which addreHH In Box 149. Creek Road, I County, Florida. 9-9 4t 9-30 Frank. :Martin whosa reside-ice* and ",'r\.101"' KI.OHIDA ins
I method. This compareswith ,, one more Instance in farming must be considered A farmer is Ahneron. New Jersey- : =-- address. In ZJ14 Aveliuu I.,, HaoklYI1. 1.uiher K. Waddell whose residenceand .
opinion of the amount of strawberries to appear on CAM. FOR BIDSNotice ,
planted around here and i 1 about 13 1-2 minutes for when you can get a dozen different his own boss -- traditionally he O.rI"I.:: ..ar:4t'.mt: ;,: In the I aboveflftmp,1 iit hereby given that the New You York are: required to appear on You address, a,'" required la unknown I to :appear on

which the same operation ,when using answers simply because Is the most independent of all Court and, causa, wherein Hoard of County CommlHHioners of October 10, 1949 III the above named October 10, 1949. In the above named
he said about 1.000 acres plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Bradford. County Florida will receive Court
and cause, wherein plaintiff Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
according to him Is about double liquid caustic and about 19 minutes farming Is a complex business men; he lives an outdoor life close County Telegraph .Khali) publish bid .until 1U A.M. o'clock on October seeks divorce PYadford County seeks divorce Hradford County t
with caustic stick. The elec- with so different conditionsand to nature and all her wonders this Order In next 4 we klv Issue. 3. 1949 for the) lean by It amleNHve Telegraph shall publish. this OrderIn Telegraph shall publish this Order
the amount planted last year. Witness my hand ansi o'tl..lal.ealRI from month to month for next four weekly. Issues.Witness .. In next four weekly I issues.
trical method Is not only faster situations that It Is possible he does the worthwhile Job of Htarke, Florida, this SeptemberOFflCiAT. not less than 8* motithn .anil not my hand. and official Witness mv hnnd, and official I

than the caustic but Is less pain. that all the dozen answers are raising food for a hungry world; 21." 1949 ., more than 4H monthH from d..llv..ry.whl..h seal at Starke, Florida, this Sept seal at Starke, Florida, this dept.
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas I ,period hall ha Mpeclfled by 7, 1940. 7. .1949
ful to the animal and completely correct for that particular mane these things and more are reasons -, As Clerk of saM Court. the bidder and with an option. In (OFFICIAL SEAM A..I. Thomas, (OFFICIAL, SMA1.; : ) A. J. Thomas
I bloodless.An e e why larmlng Is a satisfying By Haven. Crosby Deputy Clerk the I"oard to purchase and apply Aa. Cleik of said Court As clerk of said Court
T. Frank Landrum, 1I1 'U.ffl"Ji'4 all rentals,. paid upon the purchase By Haven Croshv. D C. By Haven Crosby D. C.
electrical dchomer Is now With tongue In rherk we are position In life Atty. for I'lf. :- I .price, of and. for the following for T. Frank T.nndrum Storks. -Florida, T. Frank IjinUruin, Wtai'ke. Florida.
manufactured national use with the Board existing equlptnent Atty for Pit 9.9 41 9-38 Atty. for I'lf. 9-9 4t '-30
being by a
suggesting a Biadford County NOTK'K to-wlt : One new Mntnimrmdrr
I electrical manufacturing concern To whom It mar concern IThlH wItS four ..,.11..1.... 11..1..1 I
and will soon be available. ""Fat Shock" Show. Note that In to notify all whom It may .niKl-f* <4>*fip4l..( not I Irs.. ban 6J1fcorarpnwer
LAWTEYII. concern that I have fileI Final with fall ntevluinlpa'
e e we say "Shock", and not Stock. Report and made application my' to ............ .rnmplrt wflN. rwbfcrrtlrrw. TRANSFER AND
: Idea would be to have a contest! the County Judire of Hradford (Coun with till day delivery i R.B.ALVAREZ&SON
Bark again on a rat extermination : which animal in L. 1'iitch ty for Final l'l ,,rharse an Admlnlxtrator Htnrko. "'tor Ida, jo'.u'U'1 STORAGE .
Can see whereHOWARD'S to determine of the Kstate of George V. HidH will sin 1 be then n. .
program.? this county is least Impervious. Younir., deceased. received for mit-li equipment on

, I to the shock of an electric fence. KILL GIANT RATTLER .g-Ia Lrfiuls 4t 10-1f If Hill, .a AdmlnlHtrator nuch lease and and r.lItln"with the upon blfldr the r..nl.to acreptlnir *. I 4i .1._ _ We operate local

Our entry would be Lily our Last Sunday Bobby and Gene accrue < with the major. crertitB I
In Circuit within the flrnt 19 monthS. of thlenneterm & long distance
good tanning Court, llradfnrd County, ,
fence-busting. t r o uble-maklnf Norman who live just west of Florida" In (...a....,.. ) the fnllowina1 vxtMtinfr I.
forts with good plowing BOW who apparently Is insulated Lawtey were playing In the Anthony: H. Clerl, t. va. equipment of u'atl Board to.wit: OS anywhere In U.S.
Catherine Clerl, l>e'J;:: ],, lt. Cuss. On* 4'ntrrplllitr. "Motor trader ">1o.l.>l
against the shock of our electric woods west of Oscar Carter'sstore No. 7581.Order 11.1 with ......*hmrnlr und %tltlibullilf.irr
Dearborn LIFT-TYPE fence. Oh when she sticks her when they found a large of Publication nnil Notice toAppear. ......."...a.. In its pramS EXCEIJEXTSTORAGE:
Stale. of Florida tot tn lltl.'n and wlthmut. w.rr.Me .,. _
wet nose directly against the rattlesnake. Bobby left Gene to Catherine Clerl whose reeldpnce and .i'r....rd or tmpllnt ..<-ept till
MOLDBOARD PLOW wire she'll Jump back and com watch the snake while he wentto address la 312 2nd Street Jersey IM .vnrrnnt*?..l. to b.. traded In BH .lrreIit
City 6. New Jersey upon such. rentals. or nt the q:
but somewhere somehow get his .22 rifle. He returnedand : 1 FACILITIES
We matter ,hew sseeb yea *lse and her.'few plain You are required to appear on option of the Hoard art u credit uponMiirh ;
,.. eaul _.....t a pee plowingjob. sometime during the day she'll shot the snake three timed Oitober 17th. 1941, In the atuynnamed pur elm". price.
8e why aol (.' S via, thai gIv.V.70w discover a way to short tho fence before being satisfied he was Court seeks anti divorce cause. whetelnplaintiff ItiflH, will al.o I be then. (..*paratPlyreceived Agents For I -
Bradford hv the Uoiirrt for the saleby _ -_ _
a feed I lob Is the AMI pieeeT and then she simply bunts her dead. The snake measured four (',.(tntv Telegraph shall. .publish It of the pail fatfrplllar\ Motor DelcherBros.
Tills DearDeru Melabwa'd. ...w cau te thin Order In next 4 weekly Issues. See first!
IrarfHr& witS and
li tachnientM with us
attached te : FotdTrarlev I way through and raises the dick feet one Inch long and had six Witness. mv hand and official neat. hulldo..r attachmento, In its present !-iZ
.. mtSNute. > ens In one way or another Yeswe're rattles. Bobby is the son of Tru- at Starke' Florida this Heptemher. iMindlttnn and without warranty, L -
lifts and 'law.Sr. 10 1919(0FFICfAL except title I I. warranted for .a.h.
a 7 .". Wssl betting that we have the man Norman and Is ten years BRA' I,) A. .7. Thomaa Ad..r..n. bids to Hoard of County
H7..I.. T...._ Fat "Shock" Champion. old; Gene Is the son of Othma Aa Clerk of said ('"urt. rommlHnrjnern| rare Clerk CircuitPoii
Centrel. Destffuedte :; By Haven Crosby, Deputy. Clerk I / 11, Sturke, Klorldii. The I4arlr.sot'ves
She'll to market one ol Norman and Is twelve.
Ils .. go They are Zach H. Dnu/lI", BOB l.vnrh IIMir, i the right ta reject anyand .
a' for reliable
depth and JOB on "" drugand these days and end up as a roastIn the grandsons of Mr. and Mrs. Jackiionvllle Fla' ., Mack 11.1"1. all bid. and preference nay heft

..11....... eUMej.I... fhesw at eame Isrrewa health notM. at worthwhile someone's cooking range, But J. S. Norman. elt.Atty.3'MI! for K.Pit Heaver, Jaiknonvllla it-It' Fla iIn I vet. on t the lease to, hide, .. specify.
4t t InA n lower the first 15
with a asleewlta' ,.... parti and when she does that door better I :inonthH nf: h'enrL.aJI; tei,in. KxlHtlnpretiiipment I Don't Bury Your Dead AnimalsFREE
Clan ol eliea. and ....1. .preblems. .having We pride ours<-l\os on Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Clrciil Court. nradford Coiintr.rlorlrini | of the Iard. mav beInnperted
........ te It every Wed nk. 1e knet* be fastened tight or she'll go In ( ".........,.. 'I Tty order of said Hoard
sail rertflllea.. yeu _*.>. I lie ,Mrrupiilou exavtnei* which traipsing around dripping grease children were In Macon GIL, dur- Klvette K. r.ltlle Plaintiff v. .J.n-I thin September, B. 104" PROMPT SANITARY REMOVAL.
flu. Lynn: Little, Defendant Cane > ,
all over the place. ing the weekend visiting their No. 7529. Tt! ::23 .1.!. O. Ilarrell. Chairman

Cnf'II Into every single prescription son-in-law and daughter Mr. anJ Order .., Publication and Notice toAppear. I'
DIXIE Mrs. Mate of Florida tin In Circuit, Coors. Hrartfford County, OF DEAD HORSES, MULES OR CATTLE
ta..i Redd.
we fill. Vent fishing week out at Fayte JennlD Lynn. Ulttle, whone restdem-o Klorldat. Ira ( bnncerr.John .
New River. Took the clay road Gayle Moore Delyne Crews and Is Taybiravllle, North Carnllnal: I .K. Murphv Plaintiff vs. Mar..
Inc. B Case
EQUIPMENT You are required to appear on Hha: Murphy Defendant. CALL OUR PHONE OPERATOR AT OUR EXPENSE
PHONE 79 out of Lawtey to the river Ruth and Joanna Lee attended October 17th. l 49. In the .above No. 76i2.
and luck at church at Hellbronn last named Court and cause, wherein. Order of l-ahlleatlon nnd Votlce toAppear.
1436Veat Main St., South Temple Avesjtie Starke Fla, bridge tried our a Friday plaintiff .seeks dlv.,....... Bradford I ,,'r 1'.1 OK .'I.OIIIDtol ? PHONE STARKE 189
Ciainesville }'! place near the bridge and another night. They contributed to the County Telegraph shall publish MarHha Tf. 1, whose residence
a. spot about 1-2 mile downstream.Used services by singing two songs. thin Order I In next 4 weekly Issues and adilreHa la'Tr.vk: n., : If You Have Difficulty Call Our Jax Office Day,
witness mv hand. .and. official peal i I You are required to appear onOctober
can poles with "craw dads" Jimmy Gill of Jacksonville was at Hturke, Florida. thin KeptemberIS. 10. 1949 In the above named Night i or Holidays
11t'iOFFIcfAI. Court, and wherein plaintiff
for bait. Party of four caught the guest of his sister Mrs. Win. .au.e.
( SEALt. J. Thomas, seeks dlMirce. Hradfoid County
only two small flnh a Bream anda ter Glddlngs for the weekend. Aa Clerk of said 1 Court Telegiaph shall pitl>ll..n this Urdei. JAX PHONE: 45500; ;)
Catfish: Poor fishing was at. fly haven Crosby, Deputy clerk In next four weekly tiisues.Wliness .

MR.}{ FARMERVK'! KILl. INSECTS': : 11lIt.- tributed to high water. It was Cheri Jacksonville and Johnnie the Redgraveof Ally. for Plf. 9-id 4t 10-7 seal nt Still, mv..ke. hand"Florida, and this official Sept
were guest In Clrrult FLORIDA SOAP CORP.Doctors
KAYINO fun, anyhow to get away from Court. Hradforil Counfr. 7. 1449.tCbFFICIA1.
of their grandparents Mayor and Klorldai In Chanrerr. SK\f. A. J ThomasH .
We applicate as cheaply as JI-ICKLY, COMPI.KTKLY: the farm for a while and relax. Mrs. O. J. Anders last Ham iiraren f'lalntlff.. va RffleOriren ., Clerk of said Court
Saturdayand 1 efendant Case No Rv Tlaven (Crosby r>. ('
.0. 7rJ7
$1 per acre (plus cost of CIIKAFL.Y . Sunday. S Order of Publication. anil Notice. loAppear. T. Frank IJindi-iiin, Htarke.. Florida. Inlet Fla. Ph. Orange Park 21)6!)

toxic) and are equipped Mole rrldtets are running wild James Walnwrlght w..o is em- "t.,. of Fl" ..rldn t..i .Ally for .r'lf. 9.9 4t '-30

with the latest Aerial Insecticide Service to destroy In our cabbage seed bed.1. Spread played in Jacksonville spent the

Insects in the following crops: Peanuts Strawberries some poison bait (Chlordane plus weekend here with friends and

Pepper, Tomatoes. Watermelons. Egg Plant Peas. Pecan bran) on the tops of the beds relatives. -

Trees. Potatoes.'! Cucumbers, Corn, Cabbage Tobacco and killed some but It looks like Mrs. Mary Moore Miss Barbara Only low-priced car A
etc.( there are thousands of them a- 1 Moore Miss Ann Mooreand 1 '
Squash Celery, M H. round. Neighbors having the --1fr
Benton Futch were attending the "

We use 2-4-D WEBKILLBIl sure deathto same trouble.S S S ball game last Friday at Willis. with all these EXTRA VALUESt.
ton between
Bradford and Wil-
ground dog crickets, grasshoppers mosquitoes Although It li late, decided to iston.

and other pests. plant some more Red Bliss po- Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wyrlck -
tatoes. The frost may get them bliss Elizabeth Terry Mrs. Joyce and \ve really mean EXTRA VALUES

but you never can tell about the FISHIR BODY
Futch and Miss Mary Julia Futch '
SEE weather we might have another were. business visitors to Jacksonville r ---j STYLING AND LUXURY

Lacy Conway o r Leslie Libby open winter like last year last Saturday. r--

so figure It worth the chance. Mr. and Mrs. Oilman McKinney _
(Union Bus'! Station) (Temple Garage) a e Shad Etnd three children of Blrmlng- J ,

Phone 147 I'hone 32 ocraMlon thli ueek to move
lam, Alabama spent several !r
1\ very heavy crate so rigged up Jays here last week with Mrs. _

the small crane we got with the 1c1< ht :
lnney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. : OR//
tractor. Had the bush and bog _

harrow disconnected from the '
ii' \
tractor quickly and hooked on Your -
Feet Know The
the crane. Slipped a length of ,

Build n with wire cable around the crate. Difference .1 ./ Cut,-SAFE BRAKES CURVED WINDSHIELD

fastened It with cable
a clamp. with
Lowered the crane hook by means, FISHER UNISTEELBODY
of the hydraulic lift secured it, VALVE-IN-HEAO CONSTRUCTION

iBODG-fiH and then lifted the crate by slm- ,..

ply moving the hydraulic \lift

ever, Drove the tractor to the
joint where we wanted the crate lk) &9 ij u u

lowered It In place and presto "F -

hange-o the job was done o r: .J ''zr

easily Plan to use the tractor -
1-1 -
and crane for a number of dlf- When You Bring: Your cUI

erent jobs around the farm such Shoe Repair Work To _

8* lifting heavy objects. pulling \._ "
out old fence posts etc. It's Ilk'I '4.

laving a giant around to do Every jots, large or untall given k !ut LOW-PRESSURf

heavy Jc s. our bent nnrkmanahlp. with the CENTER-POINT STEERING with WI TIRES
S S a
best material.
Put the tnn .rmill noun" and
their litters out In the cow pea

pasture this week. Fixed up a EXTRA Values

CHAIN STORE BRANCH pig "creep" where the little pigs

can get all the feed they will eat are exclusively yours .

or any size store! in an effort! to keep them grow. at lowest cost S.- .

ing fast Believe that by doing

this. that the little pigs will be WELDlWNG in Chevrolet t s e'

for lower mointenoac, 'for fi,. tofcty' for ttnietural l b oofy able to get more feed than they

build it of CONCRETE BLOCKS. Ill lower insuronct roles sad would if the sows could get" at eS

greater resol. value make it a found investment. the feed. Oolng to try to get ( I '

Phone ......... for complete details. W* deliver. them up to about 32 Ibs by

weaning time when we will take

them to market.

S S S We offer the people of Stark
co l lA5ISW Had a talk with a man this

FLOOR. DRAIN AND ROOF TILlJlADY.WWD week who believes Florida u anillrlnlly, one of the met .
91 The Sty*!)** 0> bus 4 DOT $e...
CONCUR AND CEMENT really going to go ahead by leaps -

and bounds, when the new No- I modern and finest equipped

Fence Law becomes 1
MEETS ALL S.T.M. SPECIFICATIONS One of the results he says effective.( will 1 Melding .shops _1"lie....

be that land will Increase in All Work

Aniils BiiilclingStipply.9 Inca value; S S S GARAGEAND TOR ODE CHEVROLET CO.

They nay that when a womanneeds
1936-1013 W. :Main St. South
a lift, she goes out and MACHINE SHOP STARKE. FLA.

GAINESVILLE:;; FLORIDAP.O. buys a new hat. Can It be that

Box 62 Phone 2t1.2tRIt' when a farmer gets to feeling Temple Av.. StarUe

low he should go out and buy a I ;



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Christian Church Methodist Church at Kingsley Lake Sund.y. Saturday Sept 21. lie was 6&& played by the Farm Colony tA
Mr, and 5tra. N. G. Hays and years old; lived at Y.lIow'ah'r Gainesville .
NCSiln homer "IndaU. 3Ilni..l.r The First Methodist Church of family attended the Haya-Barry near Maxvllle. GRAHAM Sir and Mrs. A A. Young-

i The new minister of the First Starke invites you In a special reunion at Klngllley Lake Sun- Saturday morning about 2 0' By I" Jobs McKinney. blood or Waldo were visiting
: friends and relatives here Tues-
Christian Church of Starke, the way to participate In the WorldWide day.Mra. clock we were disturbed from our
Rev Homer Swindall, with his Communion Service on th... Lloyd Barry and daughter, day.John
peaceful slumbers by a -- well The Rev. James ... Sib! ", from t.
wife. .became a resident or first Sunday In October. On this Helen were In Gainesville shopping : "we. dldn.t know what! We soon Stetson University In Deland. rear 'lcKlnney to his adding a
porch this
Starke re<
aka,{ uate of Kentucky Chrlstla" Col- miles long: and Christians the Miss Francis Barry of Starke their' dogs; sounded u It there tlat Church Sunday morning at A service will be held
N lege and holds his ministerial de- world around remember each visited\ her parents. Mr, and Mr. prayer
1 1.2 dozen Of 11 o'clock and at'
were dogs. course Sunday night at the home of Irs. F. T. Abernathy .
At The Tabernacle St. Mark' Episcopal : gree from the Cincinnati Bible other in love and In thankfulness Lloyd: Barry last ..weekend.Mr. we came to the conclusion they 1:30: o'clock. Be sure to hear I!I Sunday afternoon at 3 0'.
Seminary. Their home beforecoming" for life and fellowship and Mrs. Sanford flicks
the new
were after of the wild cats him.
I I I It..v.. B. E. 8111Ur-. BoD.It'ar I some clock. Everyone I. Invited toattend.
to Starke In Ft. and children or tarke visited I I I
was Christ.As
During the Friday evening service or bob cats we have several of Mr, and Mrs. Ed Parrish and .
at the Tabernacle an Interesting Our eervtces Sunday, October Pierce. you "dra'v near with faith"to Mr and Mrs. N O. Stokes Sun- In this neck of the wood. One I Ace McKt'nlh.n were visiting eeliatves -

report was given by one 2, 9:43: a.m., Church School. I the Lord'a Table, deep In your day. of the dogs jumped our front In Sampson Sunday I
.a. : ,ayI heart let there be a desire and Geneva Stoke. III visiting her fence, dashed around the house ;
of the members who recently 1(There are classes for all grades, Noah Jackson ts entering St. Enter
determination to take a worthy aister. Mrs. J. B. Russ of Apopks. and through the fields. They
visited the Tocca Falla B.ble Institute I Lakes Hospital In JacksoDUethis
nursery through Junior HIgh. I part In the Advance for Christ Miss Mary MoU I. visiting her circled\ our farm once that WII
In Tocca I '
Fall8. Ga. He II week for an oper'8tion'c 1Y
much 11:00: a.m.. Holy Communion and I, and His Church. sister, :)[rs. lamp Connely of know of, made two or three circles FoRD
was Impressed with the wish him a speedy rt.'Covpry.Mr.
sermon by the Vicar. 8:00: p.m., The sermon subject at the 11 Ocala. around the Lan< b..auty.of the campus and eurroundings :Mrs. tAo and
Youth Fellow.hlp In cooperation o'clock hour Sunday morning) 'Ir. and MrtI. Mike\. TlIghma" and were all over Robert Taylur's and D'al sioo.ooohAR
as well as with the= with the youth of the Pre bytl'rlan will be "Communion and Fellowship and children of Gainesville visited farm. Then they came back to daughter of Smoker were guestsof
earnestness of the students and I MFf1Y NTESr.ed
Churt'h. A weiner roast I ." Mr. and Mrs. S. M. M"tt Sun- ,our place, caught a fox and killed 1011's. Dyal'a broth4't. HoraceCain
their evident desire for knowl-
will be enjoyed at St ).(ark'lI II Sunday evening at 7:30: the day art.-rnoon. It, then went down the rtoaJ Sunday afternoon .i sass enrsesi.ee.R.ee.r
edge. Parish HoUllt' I sermon subject will be "Repent- Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brown of towards Long Branch Church R"v. Claude May of Hampton ks.e..d Fttll
The young people turned out In The church Sa open daily for II t ance I. Action." I Putnam nail visited Mrll. Mary lIouse. We are told they caught preached at the Christian Church
goodly numbers to the Saturday I(I prayer and meditation. i Attend Sunday School at 9:4: $. I L. Green and Mr. and Mr. Earl three foxes that night. We lost here Sunday night
night Youth Met'tlng. The Bible Green S\lnday. I:some sleep In fact, we dldn.t MIs8 AI..ne Call I" now em-
Quiz still holds the center of CATHOLIC ClICRCIl I L Presbyterian Church Miss Mattie So"pll8 attended I,go back to bed but we heard
terest with the children In-I I Sunday Mass 9:15 a.m. church at Dedan and Wall the a loud fox chase.

were very enthuslastle over Sunday School 11 a.m. 'I The new pastor extends a welcome Morning Worship lit the Pre.byterian ..I dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. C Mr and Mr. TerreU Hickey ALVAREZ' STORE lt iiiJ.thft::
A srectal number by two 1\\\1\\\
very I, Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. 'I to all to attend Ht'\'lcea Church begins at 11 0'. 9. Kelley unday. and Harvey Hickey were by to .
young ladles was enjoyed. i(I I dayBible I at the Christian Church. Bible clock. The theme of the day I. Mrs. Zeta Fountain and! see the Strlcklan" Sunday.ASK i
Profusor. W. Flnneren of Study Sa every Wednesday School Is held Sunday at 10 a.m "World Unity In Christ" World mother Mr. R. C. Buckles of:
Gainesville wall guest speaker at 745CONGREOATIONAL: Sunday morning worship begins Communion Sunday will be ob- Lake City visited Mrs. Earl

Sunday morning and brought an I at 11 o'clock with Communion at served. Sunday School at 9:45: I Green and her sister, Mrs. Ron- ,
interesting and very timely mesaage METHODIST CUrRCn 11:13: and the sermon subject a.m., classes for each age gro\lp. aid Bllrnt'U'who Is visiting INSURANCE CREWS SERVICE STATION
on "Salvation". A violin will be "Rebuilding The \\'alls." The Friendship Clay for m nand here from N Y. I II
Services every first and third
solo beautifully rendered ,war''. Evening service begins at 7:30: women invites visitors to its A number of people from here
contributed by W. B. MCKinney, Saturday and night Sunday morning o'clock and the sermon subject session at ten o'clock each Sun-I attended! the Primitive Baptist Sinclair Gas & Oils
Sunday night, 11 a.m. and
The for
me sage I the evening will be "0 Church Repent" day of the year. Association held at Union Churcn I
p.mm at Congregational Methodic -
hour was brought by the Spon Prayer meeting I. held on Wednesday I Junior Westmtnater Fellowship near liellbronn Springs last
the title Church on Brownlee Road- I POLISHING GREASING
being "Crossing I II w..ekend. ,
7:30 o'clock. House
Rev Ernest Grfftts pastor.Cln'RC'lI nights at : will meet In the Church I
Hands Willingly" and dealt. of St. Mark'. Episcopal Church Allen Thomas of Apopka visited EXPERT AUTO REPAIRS
with the manner of brael's blessing OF ..JESt.S CHRIST friends and relative here last
and have refreshments and a 1
Church Of ChristI
Jo eph'. two eon,. Specialmusic OF LATTER DAY SAINTS I weiner roast to follow the meet- wepk. I 1 Goodrich Tires, Tubes & Batteries
consisted of a olo by R The Church of Jesus Christ of I I E. Jones. Minister Ing, at six o'clock. Each mem- Mr. and Mre. WIII.on Green
and lea Mae Lewis
Later Day Saints will bold Sunday : Sunday services at the Church her may bring a guest were In
Mr. Milton, of Chicago, IIIlnol" school In the USO building I of Christ. Starke, are aa follows: --..JohnVarren Kaufman Gainesville Saturday morn In"",. I
(a former Catholic Priest) :on Temple Avenue every Sunday. Bible School 10:00: a m. Classes Pastor. Mra. Mary L. Green of Putnam ,
will peak at the Tabernacle .at 10 a.m. A cordial Invitation I for all ages. Worship 11:00: ..m. I nail 18 visiting Mr and Mrs.
Sunday evening 7:30.: III extended to all. The sermon subject ''s "Where ClII"RCIl OF GOD Earl Gre..n.Malcolm MICHIGAN RANCH
I Lewis and .
Art Thou!" The Young People' Rev. 1. S. Williams. Pastor Pete JIlek.I
I I were In Jacksonville US
Class at 7:00: p.m. SubJect "Con. 8th 3 5t. Clair 518. buslne"., attending. toi s MILES: ot'T" OF s'r.\R"" : os ROt'TE 1M
fesslon." Evangelistic service Sunday School 10 a.m. Monday
7:30: p.m. Sermon subject "And Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m i i i enen
:The Door Was Shut..' Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p m I about Insurance
The public is cordIally Invited I' Y. P. E Sesvlce Tuesday 7:30: p.m BRANCH en > -1

t to attend the ervlces. Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. I I LONGJ Charley E. Johns g a v
: L. I'4trk-kJund a
Your opportunity The Church of Christ Is plan- .
I _
ning several tent meetings In r Agency

I and near Starke It Is their aim The Rev. Harvey, a very sincere .i -U W nA en
GET ACQUAINTED with the I to acquaint the people of Bradford j and! faithful worker, has aeIcf'pted -I
County with the teaching Iva Mae Lewis pastorate of the highland .
I !of the Church of Christ. and the Church. The Rev. T. M :e '<
public Is invited to attend the Knight had to resign on account ..
..11 (:'LI'IS .... ..UIII.TU m\iF.:' (enIS
: '"
FARM ALL CUB tent meetings, time to be announced of Ul h..alth.Hev .
soon. No offerings will The Brooker Girls 4.n. Club.. Knight preached his fe.e. ,.....-.tI... Ttli TRAYEL. Hartford ot'l& cl..as CAFE:
met with their leader, Miss 110*
be taken during the me..Un/ta./ well sermon Sunday at Long. I-
tractor and Implements which are supported 1 by the on Tuesday September 20. at the Branch Church, and he r'ally ,
I Church of outside school.
Christ without delivered a wonderful II.-"non.

help. year Officers were as elected follows for: the new' R..vValler of the Long Is now Branch regular Clit.rch.Mrs. psitor ,. HOME TAR L I N G STARKE I

Baptist Church President, Carolyn Kelley, Jessie Manning was to bl! I S S

f i Vice-President, Mar y Francis baptized Sunday but the road to OWNED FLORIDA
Of special interest this Sun. liazen the creek was so full of water Grocer & Market t
day at the First Baptist Church er..tary. Elaine Crosby that the people cars or anything '
,I will be observance of the Lord'sSupp..r Miss Ro.. has been teaching could not get to thestream. [
1 to be held following the She will be baptized Mnext I
the girls how to make attractive WEEK ENDIOCTOBER: : 1. 1919
Sunday night the ordinance of Sunday. Due to rain land ,
regular morning worship hour. place for an mats.exhibIt Plans or were the....dISCUl..ed'l more rain!I we could not have 1'F. 1t&ln'Wl11f&: : ; Itli11TT01.111IT: QUANTITY' -Cor, ('ul\\ K Cherry Slrt'ett
Baptism will be administered (church
once again mats made by the Sunday night at the MIS'
by the Pastor In the don Station at Strlckland,' Es.gan .
You're in'ired. in See this prizes to be awarded for the I Armours Evaporated MILK 3 Tall Cans -
Drop interesting displ..y floodlighted pool of the neW best ones. Susie and La \'Ina J'11'IK"U 29cc
Learn all about the handy new Farmal1 Cub tractor i bUilding. Through the roofless I Lang were to be fellowllhlpp.d!
The next will be helot
and marched implemcnts. T..lk to the "CUOster" incharge. i but walled structure the moon October 4th.meeting Into the church Sunday night ,
Ask all the questions you want. Climb into the will bath the scene In silvered I Sidney and Bud Harris came to I

sear-try the fingertip controls Get acquainted with "pl..ndor. Friends and 'Isltora alike Mrs. J. D. Hazen. of Sarasota j assist l In the ervlce'e plan 1
are Invited to watch thld visited Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown to hold the service Oct 23, If possible. '
this modern LARGE
efficient, power farming unit. See how I beautiful eight following the last weekend. I TIDE 24
you can put it to work to increase your profits! i evening service."The The funeral for James Marvin' I
Mrs. A. E. McKinney of SterkevI.lted BOX
Ask for a FREE copy of "Farming with the Smith was held at Long Branch
I Coming One" will be the G.V.. Hazen and Mr. and I IMrB.
Farmall Cub; Stop in tod..y I t
sermon topic by the Pastor Sunday It. E. Hazen Monday artpr.
morning at eleven o'dock
\ This Is the first message In It Mr and Mr. J.V.. Thomas PHONE 218
series on prophecy, "01<1 Testament and children visited her paren18

Prophecy of Jesus". The Rev, and Mrs. C. A. Crosby of COLONIALFLORIST Jim GRITS 5 Pounds 32c
choir will be directed by Mrs. London last Thursday and Fri- Dandy - - -

FARM, HOME, & AUTO SUPPLY I Canova Lucille Green organist.At with. Mr. Mona day.
Mr and Mr. Elton Taylor of
my ANDUEWSSrark. the "Firat Service" c:45: the Worthington Springs visited her BEEF STEW Per Can 14c
Ronday -
- -
"'1... I'h, 26 IU W. ('all St I Pa tor'. message will be from the mother, Mr. Bonnie Mott Sunday ,
II life of Moses, "Ld My People ,
I Go" with the Youth Chorus furnishing Mrs. Relta Brown and son

I special music directed by Junior, of High Springs, visited @ PORK & BEANS NOl 21/ Cans 2 For - 35c
Mr.. Canova. Mr and Mrs. L. A. Molt an" ,
i Sunday evening the lIoppy: children Thursday.

I flour service, Rev. Haines' message Mies Lubto..ha l'lnhol"t..r III.III' "lIe..t in town for the money:' :'.ELE'-1ISiN( (

WE INVITE YOU TO Grace will of Coo"be "The Following Sufficient the day In Gainesville shopping \\'edn.// FLOWBP.S

regular period of requested Ottis Adklna of Relle visited FOR ALL OCCASIONS
hymns and choruses. the Youth Mra. Florence Varnadoe Sunday 48lb.
PATRONIZE OURs Choir will sIDg. afternoon.Mrs. DISH PARDENS
I Sunday School 1 JatherB; at 9:4: :;> Hershel Blount of Mari- POTTERYPOTTED 25
a.m. for Bible Study and Is be. anna visited her slater, Mrs. H. FLOUR
ginning a new church year with B. Crosby and family last week. PLANTS

MODERN SANITARY a fully staffed organIZation of Mr. and Mn. H. B. Crosby I
more than 60 to care for the went to Tallahassee last Wednesday FLOWERS WinED .
more than 300 who regularly aL- to take their daughter: ANYWIIErE
tend. Marilyn, to resume her tudle. I
Meat & Training Unions gather at 8:131: 'at 'SU. She will bto a member Nona St Starka :

Curing for training In church membership of the Student Council this year I
with Unions for all age Mr. G. E. McCauley U".

groups. Connie Holstein and MISS Will- 2 Bottles For 29c
-- -. Quarts
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Midweek service will be devoted en. McCauley of Palstka visited i - ,
to the hearing of reports 1\.Irs. toy Green Sunday due to -
ColdStoragePlant: I for the past OClatlonal' year.A her illness and conflnem4'nt to I
friendly welcome will be re- bed. They were accompanied I Shoes Repaired HAMS Southland ( 0lb. ave., hoddess), Lb. -
ceived by all who worship, :home by little Janice Green who SSec

I whether visitor or resident and a ,had spent the past throe weeks ) Ir1IILai-U-11'111T !
cordial invitation I. extended f to 'with th m.

READY TO SERVE YOU ocr. 1st all for all services.PENTCC09T.L. children Mr. and of Mrs.Branford C. C. Deea pent and 5 Ib Fac-

: HOLINESS: Thursday night with .Ir, and
New Low Prices!
nth Sf. and Temple Ave, Ur. O. W. Barry.Mr. SUGAR tory Pack! 29

Sunday School 9.45 a. m.; Morn- and Mr. O. W. Barry:
I II Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangel! ,were" in Jacksonville Saturday list 'oleo NO STRINGS

I tic Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Mr, and Mrs. O. W. Barry attended (fen's $1 0 50 ATI.\CIIEU:
I welcom. 1 f the lIay..U.rry reunion
Sugar Cure & Smoke House FacilitiesI-,
j i half Soles; .
Available ("'omrn'.)
I ViadieR DEL MONTE PEACHES, No. 2!+ Can 32c
I Rev, Lewis D. liaise., Pastor

lifts 23c: upI T O-M-A-T-O-E-S, No. 2 Cans, 2 For - - 25c
r "1. The Hurt 0' Iowa And In Tho hearts I

0' The People" SHOES;:: SHINED( c

r '" II"
A Southern Baptbt Chianti For AD PeopleMorui.g -AT- Have tried

H. A. Lawson Market B RED you 1
I Wonhlp- 1t:00: Happy Hoar aoo I STARKESHOE Dixie Pride ?

Sunday School-9:4S: Training t."alon--41:
Midweek [Make \\.d.. 8:80: I', )L Fresh Daily !


':&3: "lit Hy People 00" II ::00: -rhe Coming: One" '
M I. .. llud Proprietor
!'ion. ; We Give Those Appreciation Day Tickets !

Washington St Near n.R. Starker Florida happy flour 1:30 p.m. "Suffl"l..n& Orare" .'"..-. ML form Park Theatre I II
.. .I I \Ve Also Deliver Groceries!

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PAC: Royal Standard ( ) Typewlrr | nli.il liltlM will In. received lIY'' p -" "' q ," -, n. .. ..n._ ,.. .. ,_ ... .. ...,_ .
with IS-lnrh rarrlugn.fiouil .
;;;;;;:; th i'Hy l I'ounrll ofHII''tn' Pity ofHtnrkr
('onlItioo. $73. HriulfurilfnuBty at the: City Hlnrk I
w- l Tolrfirapli.In .lay:: :,. 1'4 bIJM. I
tlini' t l nil "tni'lveiwill '
lit' ttillillrlv, niimul unit r-HrllliMHl
Circuit. Court. Ilrndford. founlrK I'll tillfi> low lnK illHMI 1.1".1.
o lor Iff nl In Chancery.Ilatrl .. .
.I fret of I In. (li" "\" .onrrelr.
..K. McMurlray Plaintiff VKJtUMirll '. ........"1... rinl.hr.I.' 4 mill. .1 CoowlillhN. .
L. .Muiliil. ay> Lul.'nLlul.'MMp IriirliiK' tu hr iliinti <>r I Mr.
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MINIV Dr Florlilil" Iai! city of Pfnrkc r-'lr.rlilii.
Jcu-i-ell. I. MiMurtrny. hiimnHl. .1.I JiihnH.", rll'lurk| FOOTBALL !
I., tlon MI..I.'I* "and. iiildrHHn: In jnilfaiiolu l / ((13"' ;:
You Mrs ivniilml to appear I on
(k toiler SI. IDli): In th nliuvc I nit."111'.1Court
end i uune \tlti plaintiff l,> n.'ckn. rtlvon-K, IlinirmiltVunty \ .
Tt l'*nriiph: ahull imMlnh .
thin order In nazi. 4 w..I.lv, IKKIIDHVltnontt .% :' ;:' ('K: 'uon( SI'IKITOI'S -
\'inrku I. my Flurliln hand, and thlx trl'I..I..1n l'I"I"II"rFI.'W'iAIe | ), I.KtCOKS: IS TIIK: IIRMf
IK. S.\'fCarUtu; 10 ;MOUAKSAM
SriAt. A. J. TIlnniHli,i '
H..n"A.Cloudy Clark i: of Ueputy I |paid: t'ourt.Ib i'liTk.: : ::1 I ll.jl.prt K.: I.i'". -
ml (lililir.'>>".. II JitrkKi.nvllle,HCHM, 061luerilnty, Kluildii. .. ,. I.lfti I (U..r'nd1"1C117.11It: >). FRIDAY
of re Ally for Pit U-.1i'' It 10 21 -- SEPTEMBER 30th i--- 8 P. M.

x Yea The Tourists And Transients Like

u P Our Pood 0 0 0

reV t I t"s: lint UP Ntlll lime time to cater
B. H. S.
he to t the Inline folk "'e apr vs.
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I lircclute, your buMnm*and alnayi
9( ifJr.
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"I try tll .pli-aiM* our friends at home

111 clcl Everybody Out !

Still Serving Our Famous Business Men'sLUNCH

u o ei. GUIDON -GRILLe 50c First HOME GAME Of The Season

CI -' -W--
t 11;' ADULTS STUDENTS + ,; rr

1a 1I .0' ,

baaed upon long years of wide experience .
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and Serving dignifies this
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funeral home with a superior excellence

in handling affairs of sacred

i discretion. 1949 SCHEDULE


7 Starke, Fla. SEPTEMBER 23 WILLISTON 0 BHS 44

Funeral Director Ambulance Service

Our'local funeral home enables us to( offer convenience and I SEPTEMBER 30 SEABREEZE HERE
services not otherwise available.We

,.., ...., .." .. ". ".. OCTOBER 7 PALATKA HERE
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furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and 'apt. Jark \Valnnrlght, TarklnJO
ANY life Insurance policy In force, Isnued by ANY To-rapt. Glenn Conner, Half Buck
accept company Consultation aa payment In carries part no or In obligation.full on a funeral. u .." ,--- OCTOBER 14 P. K. YONGE THERE .. n u





Method N.w Toni Directions Refill Kit.New show Photo how ol s eNOVEMBER;; ; 18 LAKE CITY THERENOVEMBER ; :
Tom now waves many types Your Hacking Means A Lot
hair in as little as 30 minutes ,
Deserves Your Support See The Game Tonight

Complete Set New Ton) SPIN SfNarn )5 S. R. JOHNS'
Cvrt....No more rubber band( 2 ALACHUA THERE .
-all plastic-ull-in-oneIGrlpl l
... .. ith ,hick of
locks\\ a
the finger.pms _ _ __ SERVICE STATION
$129n .,,,..._, I
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ii bo.adt
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GOOD LUCK You'll Arrive Safe At The

For The Game Tonight! TIRES
Florida Bank StarkeMEMHER
at t
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mum I .p .. ....._.... _n .. --- WAINWRIGHT .

If You Want A Winning TeamGive
Ladies' We're !With You, Tornadoes! V n,
'Them Your Support!

SLIPS I Eat 'Em Up, '
Let's Fill The Stands
1'ormerlysold up to 3.95! f TORNADOES! AUTO SUPPLYGUY
Where Quality Has!! No Substitute! For Tonight Game!
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1.88Ladies' f i ANDREWS
S.A.L.Ry. Watch Inspector


n"n n ?.M u. '
Compliments( To The
Good Luck Team! = Winkler Electric ServiceClean i'l

39c 98c R M ... .

,nu unn "" n Bradford Hardware Co. DRIGGERS 'em up Tornadoes!


Men 5 SLEEVED Sport; t t Support The Team

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Men's Fancy Men's 'We're Proud To Be ,
We're All Pulling U II."

SHARKSKINSLACKS .--- A TORNADO Booster! Refresh Yourself Before And
TSHIRTS98c I For The Tornadoes!.
Every Type Of .
After The Game With



H Bring Home The Bacon, Mow 'Em Down, OF

It's A Pleasure

"See Tornadoes Beat -

Store of Values"I SALES & SERVICE STORES Eat. 1894 But Eat LAWSON'S MeaU"FIGIIT !



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