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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 7, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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-:- .. -.. .- I Rotarians Hear New Stadium I: Bradford Paratrooper I Smith
Tornadoes Arrested
I II Play Report of Visitor [ Takes Part In Mass


I I To European Scene I To Be Dedicated Jump For President With 2 Others

Pal atka Tonight; Mrs I.eonle Seabrook Eoclcs, When Prexldent Truman and !!! '
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I members. of UIM White HOlseI
hcnd of the Modern Language!

Lose To Seabreeze Department High/ School, In Jacksonville Robert ,E. was I.ee I I October 21 Tuesday Stuff visited Paratrooper Fort Uragff.Kobert N. C.C.Fruzler ,. :i Ii I In Cattle Theft

guest- speaker at the Rotary Club I "<>n of Mr. and Mrs. C. :

By Eilu ard MannoyWith Wcdnead.iy I State Superintendent of Public J. Frnzler of Graham took part An Information, for "larceny of

Mrs. Eccles discussed FlenchHome Instruction Thomas, D. Bailey will I In the "aerial invasion" which' cows" was filed by State's Attorney
one win and on8 loo written I I I.lfn and hor visit to, tho make tlio principal, address when 'was a highlight of the President'svisit. I
I T. R. Duncan last Saturday
Into the record thus fur, th Rotary Club In Lille, France" Bradford Park's new 1700-Beat I I
BUS Tornadoes will face n heavier where she presented u gavel on I Memoilal. Stadium la dedicated Along with other member ofthu I I against VV Hogan Smith, Jr..

Putnam High fPdtlutkn) football behulf of the Jacksonville Rotary on October 21. 2nd Bu. Cumbut Team. MMth I I Woodrow Griffls and Frank MeKlnney. -

team at Bradford Pnrk tonight Club. Mrs.'\ Redes: visits Kuropo: I Harmon P Moigan, county All homo Infantry Regiment of .
( Friday). tlm famed' B'i: A borne DtvlHloti,
every summer und gave sorno Interesting school superintendent this week I I The three were arrested about
Lust Friday night, In their auctions of the people' Pfc Fiazier parachuted from
announced that tha football game D:3O: o'clock last Friday night/ !: by
first homo gnme of the ..ftft./ n. of different! countries to the!! with Aluchiia' on October 21 had giant C-3'J: "Flying Boxcars". and i Sheriff P. D. Reddish and Deputy
the SPH breeze (Daytona) Sard- shall Plnii. 1\1'11.1 been designated as tho Homecoming then moved out In buttle formation R. V Alvarez. The Sheriff stated

crabs defeated Stnrke 2O-6 before Arrangements for Mrs l Game and that tho dedication ; to attack a mythical enemystronghold that the arrest was made
a record crowd of fans. \lslt to the club were miitla by of the new stadium will be! / for tha visiting Commander : after he and his deputy hail

The Tornadoes won the tons ti Uotaiian( brnnrlH Bc-urd. 'I made at this time It was dorldvd In Chief. I watched the mn load the cjttla

receive the klckoff. vr.lch ...s It AVUS aiinomicpd by T It.Sludo to dedicate the new structure Prior to entering service Pfc Into a truck from a pen located
bad and the ball carrier wns chairman of arrangement* OH n memorial to Bratlrfinl I Kriixirr" was employed, by thoPieHtoit Ion the southwest side of Sampson
soon clownej with a gain oC a for Ladles Night, that thin event County service. men nnd women ; Construction Co... of Miami \ I. ike. The men were not in*
, few yards. .| will be held Thursday' October I in the late war. he mild II.. Is a graduate of iHI terceptetl. until they had com

I Bradford fans rose to their 27 at 710: p m. in the Wuman'4 The usual Homecoming) festivities \ pleted the loading process and
feet with\ n roar when hallback: Club. Kntei: .tulnment' will bu Informal Including the frowning of had entered the truck and were
Glenn Conner ran S3 yards ful a nnd will bo piueoUiid bya I, the unniml foot bull 11..n. will \ Council Gets Set driving off, the Sheriff said.

well earned touchdown. Jim' God turkey dinner.Trustee take place following the football I The truck: contained nine cows)
win's kick for extra point was I ita r.w. and one steer of mixed breed.
block ell. Godwin in holding dr\\ 1\ For New Year | five of which bore the mark and

an end position t*,;,. season. Election Council Passes I brand of Lawrence Wiggins and
Train Wreck Draws Sightseers :
Hampton The Tornadoes kicked off to five) that of Floyd Wiggins, the
Ordinance Providing Statke's new Mayor J. K.Wuinwrlght Sheriff said. At market
the Sanderabs .with a grl'" determination present
The quiet little town of Hampton -- to hold their I;; own Ir Set For Nov. 8 I Tax On Cigarettes and newly elected prices the cuttle should be'valuedat
has been a mecca for visitors Court any man's bull game RClillre..ze I I Councllmen, W T. Jackson and from 1700 to J800. Keddlshstated.

I Enrollment Up from all parts of the state this Supreme took the ball and rushed ()w.\ t An ordinance levying and Imposing P. L. Hildgws. were swoin into .

week as they came to view the the fit-Id. In a strong attempt UHeore The first S 'huol Trustee ele.c ; nn excise or privilege tux office at the re-orgunlzutlon Griff has been released under

tangled wreckage of 13 freight : Connor's sneaking attart I tlon since the consolidation of al1l upon the sale receipt, purchase meeting of tho city governing I J2.000 bond while McKinney IK
3.482 Percent In cars derailed at 2:30 o'clock Sunday Upholds City'sRiqht In running the line for 11 touchdown : /. sub school distilcts Into one possession consumption, handling body held here Tuesday' night still lodged in the county jail

afternoon on the Seaboard I Keemcd to release u pent (countvwlde. dtxtrlct will bo lieu distribution and use of cigarettes James A Lewis was electedchairman here, having failed to post his
I' Air Line's No. 81 as the result up fury In the Sandciab squad Tuesday Nov. 8. I In the City of Starke was passed of tho Council for the I bond which win set at the same

County Schools of a broken journal on a car of I To Meters I Although the Tornado held, for The three trustees will lie' voted by tho old City Council before new year succeeding L. A Canovn I figure.

fertilizer bound for Bradenton. u few rimhes, Jim Boehoven! for on county-at-large, but musl\ i Its adjournment here Tuesday whose term explied and Smith WAS also In the county ,
the mammoth cleanup Seabreeze cut through aid dltsl'l in who .was not a candidate for reelection.
Although come from different School Iloari' The ordinance was passed jail until Thursday afternoon at
"J Enrollment In all Bradford job was not completed by Seaboard In an opinion filed Septcmbei ed for a touchdown. Ills pasi' residence districts. accordance with provisions of anew I I which time he was committed' to

)? County schools, white and. color I wrecking crews until the '10 the Supreme Court of Florid for extra point was krmcktc the time tlii* three law passed at tho special In executive session, the Councilnien the State Prison at Ralford to /I II

.' cd. at the end of the first manta middle of the week an emergency affirmed a decision of Circuit. down, making the score 6-8. members At of present the Board are H. AWcldon session of the State Legislature received application for I I begin a four year sentence meted /
of the present term totaled 2.73 I "detour" track shown Ini Tudee John A. H. Murphree denylng At the beginning/ of the secmu (Stnrke), A. L. C.reeiBrooker authorizing municipalities to appointments to the police department. out In Circuit Court last Feb- /

a net gain of 3.482 percent i foreground of above photograph, an application for a temporary quarter the air was tense DM boll I und A, It. Harley levy a special' tux on cigarettes The recommendations ruary 17 for shooting in the / j
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over the figure for the Mama was hastily laid Sunday night so Injunction by which W. teams hustled to get under ",. .o&yto Under \ of to be iim-d for purposes of certain of the Mayor and the Chief 01Pol'ft residence of Titus Olson. / '
trains the I Graham, acting/ for certain '11'1 (Lawtey) provisions I abided by In the unanimous
peiiod last year. I that were moving over reach pay dirt. Severn! dwspirate the new school law tha trusted civic Improvements.The \ were The case was appealed to th-V
This steady trend toward hlICherenrol1m..nt. route again .within 12 hours after merchant In a clans suit, hud attempts by the Sundornb.! .. recommend teachers for all new tax, which will bll' appointment of the following State Supreme Court which subaequ.ntly

throughout the county the mishap It was necessary to March nought to restrain the. to brenk through/ were held, bj ty schools. Their '" coun-I coma effective Nov. 1. Is as follows : 1\I..J\(. \Morgan/ Bert confirmed the convicf
crowded detour of the Stiver I City from Installing parking meters and B. U McKnlght. The
Is the cause of present j only one run the valiant BHS line. Sudile-nh lions are received by the. 81'hooll : Johns, tlon and sentence of the Circuit
conditions In Bradford school Meteor, Silver Star and Sunland In the business district. -. out of nowhere -. :JIm' 13o'h- latter was designated as "park-
Board but be rejected for Inches Court. Smith's attorneys were ;
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.will be I via Gainesville and ACL. I G. L. Patten, may 1. Upon all cigarettes man" to work from A
".,. These conditions partially Waldo City Attorney oven amazed onlookers as h.j 8ped i good and sufficient cause. I long or less, 2 1-2 mills on Inn/ meter given 13 days from Sept. 20 to '
but not entirely eliminated The accident occured within astone' lepresentlng the defendants the down the gridiron to scorn nn I a.m. to 6 p.m. each day except file a petition for a rehearing.
by the const!'uctlon now under I .. throw of the Hampton City of Starke, et al, made, oral !! other six points for SeahreeaeTh Any qualified voter who pays' I each cigarette. between Sunday, and to assist/ the regular The petition Wall filed by Green I
all
way of new clas-siooma at the depot and the IS derailed cars argument before the Supreme kick for extra point aUr, bjBochoven real estate or personal taxes,'hooltruRtee maj 2. Upon inches cigarettes 3 mills police a tall times & Green of Starke, but was d"4 I
candidate for 3 1-2 and 6 long
white and colored schools In were In the middle of the 63-car Court In the matter on Sept. 22Tn I I was /good making lhicore < become a I George n. Flynn was elected nled, and the Supreme Court delivered
Starke. I freight. All were loaded but 13-6 In favor of by having a petition pro on each cigarette. to fill the expired term of W,
Daytoni' Its
the decision of mandate
affirming I b 6 Inches confirming
sentlng his. candidacy signud ) 3. Upon all cigarettes<
Comparative enrollment flgurex there was very little perishable ,Judge Murphree the Suprrmi at the half.Senbreeen. ; voters of the county I I long or longer, 10 mills nn K. Torodu, Jr., on the Board' of the conviction and sentence to
six qualified
for the first month of thin year cargo that could not beaalv ged. Trustees.G. .
-ontrol- Bund the Clerk of the Court 1Iet'e.t'
II Court) said: 'f All .nf th. received the.t.1'I'1i These. "petitions will ha recelved each cigarette. *
and last year are as follows: There was no injury"to any I 1
While lot Month. ht Month member of the train crew. lUng questions presented for our quarter klckoff gaining a sub. by the School Board up| ,I This tax will be collected by L, Patten was unanimouily. Thursday
School 1018-49 1919-50 I determination were settled ngainst atontlnl yardage. Glenn Connei until. Monday October 21, when the" Bevcragn Department. of the elected City Attorney for the Smith nnd the other two defendants
Graham 20 23 : the contention of the appellant Intercepted a pans and run about I a meeting will be held to make .1 State of Florida In accordance ensuing ywnr. Councilman W T In the cattle larceny
I. 50 I County Board by our opinion In the CBHI, : 10 yards before being down up the ballot to be used. In thi, I with Senate Bill 18-X as adopted Jackson stated that he had been I case will be arraigned at the fall
Rising of Harkov McCarthy, 126 Fin I K. A. Green to offer term of Circuit Court which convenes
110 113Hellbronn I Buys New Grader v cd Snndcrahs recovered tile ball forthcoming election. I! by the special si-union of the requested by
( Hampton 121 112 I 113 171 So 311. Moreover the I and stirgHd ahead on runnlnf The three candidates with the State Legislature. Mr Green's services an city here on November 1...

Brookcr 16.1 163lawtey : The Board of County Commissioners exercise of the power of the City plays .with the Tornado line nl greatext number of voles lire declared All funds received, by tha City attorney free of charge. No action I II

:31\ 325 In regular session here of Starko to Install parking meters ways fighting/ back Jim Elllaor\ elected unluss It nhinilc untler this hrdrnmire will be paid was taken" on this matter as I Special Act Passed
Starke 1231 1313 I Mond.iy, accepted. the bid of the I Is presumed to be justified broke from the line went InU happen that two, or even al into a separate fund to be designated / there wai no motion to accept
I Florida Equipment Co., of Jacksonville by local conditions for the appellant the open. and received a pasi three with the highest numbei I "cigarette{ tux fund". and the offer 1 Providing Salaries
j to furnish Adams failed to make the contrary from Borhoven making the third and expended Council For School Board
Total 2030 208T an I of votes should be from the sum ; shall be appropriated' It was decided that the i
Rising: school was clo.sed and I Model 414 Motor Grader for $10- jlearly appear" touchdown for Sea breeze. Rxtrfl: School Board residence dlutrlct by the City Council for public would meet at 7 p m. beginning I

pupils are now being: transported 635, leaa an allowance of $2,033: The parking meters were Installed point waj again mado by Boclvoven. In this ras the candidate will Improvements. October 18. I Ftrudford was among the several
for the old No. 112 business dlstrlcl I Florldu counties for which
to Starke. county's Caterpillar in the the taigcst vote would he elect' The City Cleik was Instructed
Colored Int Month lit Month Motor Grader making a here last May 30 following several The fourth quarter found thiTornudoeH !, ed from that district, w'llle' the to notify the members of the special acts were passed at the
School. 1018-10 1019-SO net purchase price of $8.600. : months of litigation. deep In their own territory others would be taken from otheldistricts. I Waters Pleads Board of Bond Ttustees that they special legislative session permitting I
I The Tractor whern a fumble meanl I their school board. members
Florida-Georgia
Brooker 19 23 I would liku to have a joint meeting II
Sampson 20 22 Co.. offered a new Gallon Model i School Board Will I grave danger. Conner suvrd the The mlllage for the ensuing hi- with thorn on October 18. to continue to draw salaries after ,

New River 11 103 Motor Grader f.ob. Starke, day by booting the ball In a Bl I ennlum for the countywldx district I Not Guilty I Before the adjournment. of the January IBril: In spite of provisions 0
Wateroak 69 60 for $8,889.43. I Receive Bids yard kick down th. field. Sea'" will also bu voted on ant old Council previous to seating of the new school law, banning

Thurston 52 64 The grader will be paid for On Gas And Oil breeze advanced the bull dour I determined In this election. Tin: I the n..w members, a permit requested payment of board members.
Hampton 53 46 over a period of 38 months with the field until it WHS token away I School Board has decided, thitt lhp Carl C Waters of Union County by )Frttd ionhurd fcll'p"lC'lng I after that date. )
Lnwtey 132 131 Interest on unpaid balances! of Notice was given this wpeh on clowns. Carl John, Tornado minimum mlllagn asnessinent for 'I was urralnged thin week atIhn Camp Blundlng hoime The minimum foundation school
a
Starke 223 287 \ five precent unnu.illy.The I that thn Board of Public Instruction fullback ran 27 yards only I the ensuing biennium for tho, support fall term of Circuit Court in on a lot on North Church St., l law provides that after January
application of Harry A. will accept sealed bids until to lone It when he was tackled and maintenance of ull pub Green Cove Springs. and pleaded. was referred to D. P. Carpenter, 1031 school board members maybe

\ Total 612 W Anthony and Shep Tomlmson for I 10 I R m., Monday'\ October 21. i Jim Godwin pulled through ,wrier I lie schools in the county sliotiK. not guilty to a charge of attempting I building Inspector. puld expenses for attendIng
New River colored school l was treatment In the State Tuhercu- from di'aleis to furnish gasoline ho Intercepted- the ball and losl be: to polHon his wife, \VII- I meetings, but shall draw no sal
i refused
I The old Council also ,..
closed and pupils are now trans los" Sanatorium .was approved. nil, lubricants and other petroleum It again. District Current He-hoot Fund, lii Mne lluiilcrson Waters. arl.
ported to Brooker. Considerable complaint wa I products for use In a fleelnf I In the la.nt eight minute of 6 mills. The trial was/ set for 10 am.Monday. (permit requested for. ferrls wheel I During til. regular session thn

While the overall gain in county made about decking on the county school blisses owned and op- I the game each team was trying School' Building and Bun Re- October 10 in Green train and other amusements to I year most of the attempts by

schools is 3.4S2 percent. It will bridges working loose and thf. ''Mated by the county board. to keep the other llielit from !getting servo Fund. 3 mills. I Cove Springs. I come to town. counties to puss special acts to

be noted that attendance In colored road supervisor was Instructed U I Bids are for such quantities ai / the boll and tho gam enclnt These recommended mllUgei. I Mrs. Watcis who In employed I II I pay their board members were

schools Increased 3.718 percent use 80-penny nails In the futmeif will be needed to meet the requlrements with the Sandcrabs on the Ion:: will be printed on the ballot hut I by the Florida Forest Hervice aswutc .I Clay Electric Co-op II held off by opponents who said
while th" Increase white they can be secure... I of the county for pub end of a 20-6 score. blank spaces will be left for vot'' 'hman at the towrr between Will Sponsor Radio that such legislation would be the

attendance Is 2.315 percent. The salary of Ernest Hatcher, llcly owned busses from the date< )First downs: OilS 8; Scnbrcezi I ers who desire a higher or lower 1 Klngxley I. ike and Penney, Farms, opening wedge to start breaking
road supervisor was raised. to lof award of contract until June 16. 'milluge.. told officers that her estranged Program Over WRUF down provisions of the new school
225 per month due to the fact 30. 10.10. These .* The new Trustees take offlo husband visited her ..ev..rsl. weeks law. However a few. counties
Termite Eradication requirement an Total yards (rushing ) : BUS I
that he was promised a raise ir estimated to be 20,000 gallons ol 190 Seabreeze 208. the first Tuesday after I the firsl RKo and Insisted on leaving several The Clay Pllectrlc: did slip through such bills In the

At Hampton School salary at the beginning of the gasoline and 300 gallons of motor Passes; attempted' : BHS 8; Sea I Monday in January bottles, of soft drinks although ,.i Inc., of Keystone co-op..ratlvp'j closing. days. of the regular session.
1919-50 fiscal year If he made oil. breeze I I.Pa"sell she told' him she did not ing( thousands of Bradford was not among
At its meeting here Monday !irood on the Job. James Hollingsworth want them. After hot left, her electricity In them, however.
the School Board accepted thj Upon request that the county'i I The Board Is planning to Install completed: BHS 1; Sea suspicions became: amused sh.. Union and Putnam counties Usponsoring I, Before the opening of the

proposal of the City Pest Control oil business be divided between. its own tanks and pumpiIn .. breeze 6.Pasties. Opens Funeral Home said, when she noted that tlm a radio program/ overGainesville's special session Senator Charley
of Jacksonville for the the near future. These will bi Intercepted: BUS 1; WRUF next Monday K. Johns stated that he ,would Introduce
treatment the bulk oil dealers of the county, Oneida Tenn. caps on some of the bottles hud
and eradication! of termites from T. C. Hazen. Jr.. representing located at the bu* barn and re' Seabreeze 1. I In been lifted and replaced afternoon ut 4:15: o'ch'k. an lu't to continue paying
pair (hop the SAL station. Yardslo"t (penalties) : BHS 73Seabreeze :
near ;
the Hampton school building; Sinclair Oil Co, was awarded the 60.Touchdowne. I James Hollingsworth s"n olF I The drinks wore subsequently The 13: minute broadcast will Bradford School Board members
The structure Is badly infested contract for furnishing fuel oil Bidders may secure the neceS'ary C. Holllngsworth of Starke, li brought to Sheriff P. 11. Iteddisn .I be entitled "Main Htreet, U.S.A.: ": S<'>O a month after January
BHS 1 Seubreezi
with termites due to the fact I for the county courthouse and for forms for submitting proposals 3. : ; opening a new funeral home IrOneldn In Stark, who forwarded them I and will be of especial Interest 1031 If the calendar was opened
that several stumps of trees that' the health department. bv writing or calling ui Tenn., In partnership with to the FBI laboratories in Washington to present and future members 0 to such special acts.
were cut down on the site were. Tax Assessor Guy Andrews the School Board office. Nt breeze Extra 2.points: BHS 0; Sea Dickie Rector, Oneida lumberman U. C, for analysis.' Thn. 'of the Co-Operatlvo, which Is When the special session started
left underneath the building; at'' presented his assessment roll fort bid other than a .sealed bid will and former State Representative. FBI report stated that some of an RKA project.Brooker : the Senate adopted a resolution

the time It was constructed. e year ]1919 which was found n" accepted lind only proposal It will be known as th" the drink contained a deadly. that It would not consider
I to be correct and was accepted mibmitted on bid) fnrrri furnishNl Lou Gehrig Story I Rector-Holllngsworth Funeral' I II fluoride the poison commonly I Girls Win any bill making a change In the
by the county board will be I ; basic school law but the House
GIRL SCOUT NEWS Told In Film Home. used In roach powder.Waters
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iceptedAt Softball declined) to Consequently
Lose agre
ar- Boys
Sunnybrook Club Mr, Hollingsworth has been In was subsequently
At the regular meeting %Vcdneaday this same meeting the Board Coming To Park"The the funeral home business for the I rested. and released under $1,01)0) I legislators from several counties
afternoon the Girl Scouts I Holds Meeting will accept sealed bids for the8al. past 13 years with .I years in I!blind.I The Brooker- girls defeated the succeeded. In having such act

uompletod plans\ for aha)' rule li.> of a portion of the present Pride of the Yankees". Scott County, Tennessee. He la I| Wain's Attorney William A. I.uwt"y glrli/ 5-1 In a Softball passed.
Saturday night. Please anyone The Sunnybrook Home DemorKtration .uhool site upon[ which the Hellttrnnn starring Gary. Cooper tells the licensed In Tennessee and Georgia Hallowes of the Fourth JudicialClrcut game on September 22. Much of

if you know where we can find Club met Tuesday Sept. Klementary School Is sltu- Inspiring story of Lou Gehrig against and Is a graduate of the Guptonlones has filed an Information the credit for the winning score I Movie Houses Change
27. with the Home Demonstru- th<> colorful background of to Mary Francis Hazen,
iti'd. It goes
that the him
a nice big truck contact Nancy was explained School of Mortuary Science ajltln"tVaters charging
OuPre or Barbara Colloy. lon: Agent Miss Dorothy Ro s Rnard owns 40 acres at HellDronn. the great American gamn of In Nallhvllle.I with "poisoning drink with Intent Brooker pitcher Starting Time
Scribes: Mary Sue Epperson and Members present were: Mrs. J whirh is more than Is baseball It Is the- feature attraction I to kill another and attempting to The Lawtey boys scored u 23- '
Lucille McRae. II.. Kelly president; Mrs. A. J. ictunlly needed.. Therefore, It at the Park Theatre ttiH commit murder In the first de-! twin over the Brooker boys on I To enable local housewives to
Fender, secretary-treasurer. ins been decided to sell the north Sunday through Tuesday Early Pecans igree". the same date. Curl Stokes finish up the lunch dishes and
Mrs. B. M. McRae. Mrs. rV. A. !0 acres of the site. The film reveals the grmd I Wanted At Market made the only run for Brooker. still make the movies In time to
see a complete show, the Florida
Browning. Mrs. J.V.. McRae sportsmanship devotion to family :
Mrs. Lillian Browning, and Mrs. and friends and heroic cour Growers who have a few early Jack Trawick and Park Theatres this week set
I Marcus Conner. Local Physician that characterized the Williams Wins At back their opening hour to 1:49:
career
age [>ecans already falling are notified Is New Scoutmaster
Plans were discussed for making Qualifies As Pilot of G hrlg. A narrative of homespun to bring them to the Starke Appreciation Day o'clock each' afternoon except
I purses for Christmas gifts I romance and delightful Farmers Market where arrangements G. S Newcomb, new chairman I Saturdays and Sundays, when the
and for the demonstration Mi s Dr. J. M. Hembree. Starke humor, it la highlighted by the have been made with buyers of the Boy Scout Troop Committee I A, B. Williams, local hotelman, old show time of 12:13: o'clock
ROM showed how to make electric physician and surgeon. Is among lubllme bravery of a great for disposal of these early announced yesterday that : won the Appreciation Day dr..N.Ing p.m. will continue.
lamps out of nicely shaped he: new pilots who have recently American luts. Jack Trawick has accepted the at the courthouse here Wednesday Managers of the local cinemas

Recent births at Shadycrest bottles, jugs, etc. Reports were von their wings at the Florida Farmers .who are planting winter appointment as Scoutmaster for I afternoon. He received state they have received numerous

Hospital are: given pn the leadership meeting Aviation Academy at KeystoneVirpark. Building Permits : cabbage are asked to advise Troop 70, effective October 1. Re- $28 from the $267.21 jackpot by complaints from housewives
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Wilson\ atrl In Gainesville and the State' the market manager or the county registration of the Troop has holding a 1,0 percent ticket. \WIN j because the ladles cannot serve

Linda Kay on September Council meeting In which Brad : Dr. Hembree made his firitnio The following building permit : agent. to the acreage plant- been completed with around 20 :I llama wa the second name called their families lunch and still
ford County was awarded a rib flight Thursday of last week.Is was recently Issued by the city id. members. the first being Trudy Norton I reach the theatre In time to catch
29.Mr.. and bon for with Chairman Naw.1 of Starke, who was not present. the opening of the feature. Moatmovl..goera
Mrs. Andrew Mitchell IU exhibit of canned Is quite an aviation enthusiast at -Starke.Repalri. Growers who still need berry Serving :
a boy Bobby, on October J. foods. and finds flying a wonderul N. E. Comer of Call >lants may make arrangement I comb on the Committee are Herbert Jackpot for the drawing next | dislike entering the
Mr. and Mrs. J. U Bradley I At the end of the meeting each relixatlon and contrast from and Thompson Street Sam Rosurr for buying them througlthe Deal Robt. Metzger/ J. P.Jaudon I Wednesday.. at i p.m. will contain theatre after the feature picture

I .&1rl.. Melanle Susan, on October i member plant.was flven a potted Mimosa 'I hla duties as a physician. > "l.OOO. I farmers market. and E. J, Dahrfier. I II ,I 229. I has begun.


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Mrs. A. C. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Odom In Branford were business visitors in Gainesville

Bradford County Telegraph STATE FARM Robert Earl. Barbara Jean and I I Saturday.Mrs. Egbert Broughton left have recently Saturday.sold The their Parkhurst.property.

Jackie Chambers of Live Oak. Ala.. here and will reside In FalrbanKi'
ESTABLISHED 1870 E. L. MATTHEWS. OwNCnEoiTOnhnd KT :Mn.. Bryan \\hltflrldHOLMESV.lNUKHiIIT Friday night for Anniston until can find
they a
were here from Friday until and sister- I place ?
her father
> ..hnd Every Friday. ,and Entered aa Second day with their grandparents sun-I I to in-law be near who are very sick at this. I Gainesville/ where they will <,e

paa+ Matter at the font Office at Stark, Fla. I and Mrs. J. E. Chamber. writing.A nearer Mr. Parkhursfs work

U KUDI.VO returned home with their parentsMr. A large crowd attended..
attended Sun- the
MEMBERfctMcrfptlon : Qj) 1949 "2y Lora gurqess AfofirPOMCA. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wainwright and Mrs. Earl Chamb"rs'l I day School large at number the Baptist Church (' prayer and song service it the

NE3RJ- announce the marriage of their who were also guests of Mr. and ,[! Sunday morning at 10( o'clock F. T. Abernathy home Sunday

S3.JSO Annually 91.50 For Six MonthsPI.AY youngest daughter, Delores \A.nn. I Mrs Chambers Sr., Sunday. i;i Fourteen of the cnool children afternoon.Mr. .

herein I meditate on the. Perfect South Dakota. I never realizedIt to J. W. Holme son of Mr. and G. E. Crews.. and his daughter i'were enrolled. We hope that next and Mrs Henry Altniui )1' |
and none to see wan such a lovely stat.. The Mrs. Joe Holmes of Union County visited Mr.
Day everyday Carolyn attended church services Sunday there will be lots morepresent. Nichols and Mrs Horace .
mix: ae the perfect eastern part has fertile farms Saturday evening October 1. at Long Bridge Sunday.Mr. Cain and other relatives last

A man dressed. in a somber blue uniform produces a whiskbroom the sets the hills. wjth large painted barns and The ceremony was performed by and Mrs. Ira Young and Mr and Mrs II. E. Parkhurst weekend.CONWAY'S .
Slowly sun over home. Sioux Rev. Cutahaw at his Heilbronn
lovely : Falli in Itself Sue,
duwts off home plate steps back to his position and In a Clothing the earth In a radiant Is a lovely city, with such Springs residence In the presence their little daughter Linda
of Lake Butler
were Sunday supper ..
voloe heard round the country, yell. PLAY BALL! And from that light, friendly nice people. That Is of the parents of the bride and guests of Mr. and Mrs M. SERVICE STATIONAMOCO
While from east the first groom Mrs. O. J. Mott and two
tne what
up makes life
so happy. Everywhere
moment on until the World Series Is decided millions of Amerlrans D. Young.
dark clouds I I children of Raiford and Mrs.
go seem to meet won-
In all walks of life lay aside pressing matters and hang with bated Tell of the coming night. derful people. Folks just lIke you Carmichael of Heilbronn Spring. Mrs. T. T. Flllyaw returned ( Gas & Oil Electric Welding

breath on every play of the annual classic of the great American and I who are striving to live The bride was becomingly attired Thursday from Lake Butler, whereshe Waohlnc Greasing Tires, Tubes Batteries Are
How wonderful the blending had visited Mr. and Mrs. W.
In a teal blue: dress with
right to be a Christian and i BUDGET FLAN.
jmntlmc. Sold on
IIghtaThat E. for week.- Mr. and
Flllyaw a
matching accessories. She wore
make each day a Perfect Day in
Will the Brooklyn "Bum. murder the hapless Yankeea, or will break the gloom, while faraway the sight of our Father. I a shoulder corsage. Mr. and i iI Mrs. Flllyaw came home with PHONE 147 FOR SERVICE
I
the Yankees with DiMaggio. Henrlch & Co., slaughter the National These days since I have been I Mrs. Holmes are now at home to I her and were guests here of Mr.
1 An Angel rises to record again their friends at their home In and Mrs. M D. Young until Sat FLORIDA GREYHOUND BUSSES
League team? That Is the question confronting the great American home are such happy care free JUDE
The end of a perfect day. days Before I went I was I Raiford. I'I'I urday when they were joined by SPEED SAFETY COMFORT ECONOMY:
public at the moment, and the Atom Bomb United Nations Unemployment away their son, Tommle, who attends
A Perfect Day! We often strive happy but these wonderful Days BOARD :MKCTIXGMrs. the School for the Blind in Si.
Strikes, Farm Production and all will
have to take a To make life perfect, yet we since I came home I have been L. F. Chapman. Presidentof Augustine and who wall also the \LEARN TO FLY the easy way. Pay a.
back seat Until it is settled.It taking life at a slower pace 1 the
frown Community Club for the )guest of Mr. and Mrs. Youngfor
has been said that the big difference between our countryand When clouds break thru and the rest a lot yet seem always to 19 9-50 year, called a meeting the day. \you learn. Special charter trips and sight

others In the world Is our Intense concentration at times on gloom revall., the have house my meals In order on Mme Don to keep of the chairmen of the club'j Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Strlngfel- \seeing trips by appointment. Phone 1/7

.,wh a comparatively unimportant event as a baseball game. Perhaps Making the day so cold and brown. wash the first Monday helpedme but standing committees at the Community low visited relatives in Green

It is true. It may be that spnrts, particularly the Building Monday after- Cove Springs and St. Augustine
"spectator"
But if we toll with a song anda last wash day I did it all myself noon. Those appointed to fill the
ports, serve as a safety valve for us to blow off steam and prevent smile I carried the clothe from the positions are as follows: Sunday.

us from being too serious, too concentrated on life's urgent.demand. And do our work In a cheerful basement In small amounts I Social Committee Mrs. Tom I I

... way sang and said a prayer of thank Connors; yea

Be that .. It may. the sport of baseball Is spreading throughout We may rent assured that for us out loud as I .washed. Life I. Finance Committee. Mrs. J. O. GRAHAMBy SURF MAKF6' f erF

Ue world rapidly and it may be that one day we will have a truly Is marked to good that It seems heaven Caldwell:
The end of a Perfect Day. could surely be a part of this. Mn.. John McKlaney'Mr.
World Series, with elimination playoffs between countries from allover Program Committee, Mrs. C. M. ME TS / PSTAFTfR
Emil P. Krupp. Truly! I have everything to make Ttirn..vr
the world. At the present time the -
Japanese are becoming
rabid baseball fans, but their teams are classified right now In the When I was In the Veterans i woman friends happy. I think of the House Committee Mrs. J. G. I and Mrs. Charley Kelly of I '
many who sent me letters Godwin u
; Brooker attended church services
rnjr.urt.il baseball words: "Good field<1 no hit!'* I' Hospital at Sioux: Falls South and cards when I was BO sick. I I Welfare Committee 0
Mrs. P. D. here
Dakota I found thin In the I Sunday.
It'* probably just as well right now that that day has not yet poem still get them. I have over 200 Fancher; BREWERY-FR 0
daily paper written by a fellow I Mrs. Eunice" Box: and daughter -
arrived for In the event of a final series between an American team 'I Tow I feel like I used to whena Civic Committee Mrs. M. E.
In the town of Stockholm S. D. Joan of Jacksonville and
and a Russian, "nine" who girl and loved to make up a Griner
knows what the Communists might use It Is always what I had been ; Mrs Onnle Wynn and Mrs. Lizzie Bee !
lot a baseball when pitching to our team Their Idea of a good fastball striving for all my life to make dance of my own when barefoot Sewing Committee Mr. L. K. Wynn were visiting Mr. and Mrs. t K ,

might be a smoking bomb, for In their philosophy of today, they each day In life a Perfect Day. lancing on my toes whirling on Dugger; John McKinney Friday.
the
In the sheer de-
green grass Flower Committee Mrs. R. p
cannot afford to lose. However I have found
some day Mr. and Mrs Lawson Young-
fight of living to dip and bow McLendon, Chairman. Mrs. L. A.
For at least this week, however, our Russian friends need not are easier than others. If we look to dance to the song of the birds Shepherd Co-chairman blood and baby of Waldo visited
worry about the down-trodden American back at the end of the day, we and ; Mr. and Mrs. Noah Jackson Sat-
poor masses. Mont of us the melody of the flowers, to Membership Committee Mrs
will be glued to our radios, listening avidly and rooting for the team so can It think Is for I me have the done my best I 'iear voices in the breeze. Yea H. J. Kucera. urday night. yes
of cur ciiolce: to "rnoider de bum!" perfect day ife has always been good. Its During the meeting there Gene Gilllard and children of tlnd
met so many nice people in wan Tben its foH/aJ yairda/er -
up '
not really what happens to us a round table discussion of club Palmetto visited his brotherinlaw rt/t/tllo

'n life I find, It Is how we take plans for the coming year and, I and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arewery-fresh. your dealer foaay.JX

BUILDING MATERIAL-HOME NEEDS he things that happen. I can from the membership, each chairman Leon Wynn, Saturday.
,hed a tear in the Mortuary by selected her committee mem- I Junior White of Newberry Is
he side' of a friend who lies in bers. At the close of the business visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr. I

ALF-PRICE and Less! i casket step out the back doorto session Mrs. Chapman served and Mrs. Perry Starling. gAd jx/s SUCh d
.. view my bed of zinnias and sandwiches and cakes with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stricklandand

folk to Digger. My sorrow Id coffee. Mrs J. A, lioiivier, a children of Nichols visited

gone, my heart is (ight. God pant president of the Club and an Mr. and Mrs Horace Cain last cooDBeerJ
at Camp BlandingOCTOBER doeth all things well.I active charter member until herrecent I weekend. o9,

set cut flowers last right move to McIntosh, was a Mr and Mrs. Balls McKinney 7L b

they are phlox. I sent for themat guest at thin meeting and Charles and Ida Mae McKinney p
EXTRA-SAVING SALE a nursery. Five different colors. -
of Starke
Mrs. P. S. Crews and Mrs. E. were dinner guests
They should bloom next lum- F. Hedding in cf Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moody Sun-
mer. I had to learn what flowers were Gainesville
Hardware grew best out here. I have Wednesday to visit Spencer day.Mrs.
I Crews who Ernest Ortagus and
Is babyof
a student at the
ordered some shrubs. Don andI I
:i-- University of Florida.Mr. Jacksonville spent the week
: .
are going to set out another
NO. 43 SARGENT
end with her mother, Mrs, Kate
and Mrs. I
DOOR CHECKS hedge of Spirea. At present we DeWItt Sinclair
are having some glass brick win had us their visitors lust weekend Starling.
Reg. ut ..50Cloneout value aati dows put in the casket room. It their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Starlingand I BREWING COMPANY JACKSONVILLE. ft PRIMNever

at $0.95 will really look nice. Last year Mr. and Mr,. Harold George: children visited her parents. !

2300: feet sliding garage I at this time I was painting tb eU of Winter Haven.

door track brackets and walls upstairs. I painted aseven Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis, Jr.,
rooms Remember? They of CJalnesvllle were Friday supper
rollers. Under wholesale./
are still nice. I will 'wash the guests of the former's purents '

1q-lneh: extra heavy lee hinges Windows curtains aa soon as I get a little Mr. and ]Mrs W. N. North.ftCP .
Lumber with brass. pin. more healed. I am still very ten- J. W Walker, who Is

Cut from $1.7'i' S-LITE: SINGLE SASH der in spots from the operation. stationed at Fort Jackson S. C.,
DRY SEASONED:
Only Jjjl.45 Whoopee. I just know I am goIng spent Saturday night and Sunday
l'inch sheathing to 8eu'h to enjoy this winter. I have with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.\ "
RUBefore
I'ou T-ll-l
12-L1TE DOUIiLE BUNG
Christmas John L. Walker.
Per some presents to make

'1000 . .2xx10X45, FurnitureDINING WITH FRAMES"'; then I am going to make a quilt. Mrs. D. L. Nix and little Mar- f.
2x1 L to Reduced to 7.95 I[ am doing a little tutting now garet Nix: returned Saturday: .

GI \SS 3 for pillowcases We have had a from Commerce, Ga., where they
Per $50 TABLES WINUO\V j) fAiT frost,, Today Is a little warmer.I had visited Margaret's respective "
1000 . . It ft. 'long, MiiMunite" Topx.. am out on the sunporch but paternal and maternal
SHI ELDS-WORTH $32x1 I grandmothers '
2x6 & 2\H! Worth ft 1.50. GOING; AT + have on my sweater Here are Mrs D. M. Nix: and
1 1'1'' .-NG'1'IIS Special/ $5.85 J5e1VINDow the names of some who sent me ]\Ir... L,. J. Sharpe!,
1 Per GRILLES. cards from Florida: Mrs. M. C. I J. E. Rosier of Ft. Pierce and
$25 HENCIIES 5Od VV with 2\2 heavy mesh Sweeney, Hampton; Mrs. C. C. Huger Peels of Tamplwere
1000 .. . ,. .
PICNIC TAIILES Just 75..I.. each Wynn, Starke; Mrs Bishop visitors of Mr and Mr.. It. S.
7 FT. LENGTHS \ Thomas, llrooker; Mrs. A. B. Hauler. during the weekend. ,
I'er From $2.75 GI.ASENE SCREENS Fowler Hawthorne; Blanche Cunningham Following visits with other relatives
$40 YOUR MONEY'S {WORTH OK YOUR
1000 Special 1 5<> each Lake Geneva; ]Mrs.( ]In Tampa and In Ocala I MONEY BACK
fi-Ft.: : Length: May S. Dickens, Sanford; Mrs. Mr and Mrs. W. C. Savage of THESE A 1I.SlU'IU: OUOCKKV: A MKAT: :SI'KCIL.S; : SEE JAX PAPERS

I'er Heating FIRE EXTINGUISHERS Wm. Mahler. Starki; Mrs. White :Springfield, Ma .., and Mrs. Ethel ;
and Sister Olive Ray Starke; Stone of Garden, Mans were | SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY
lUUO.e!>OUG STEAM liOILERS: I'YHENKItetf. : ? t OCTOBER 7 & 8
I\Ir8. Jennie Roper, Jacksonville; guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. ,
::1\ & IxH Sheathing HOT WATER IJOILERS $22.r,0:; -.ource Edwards, Starke; ]Mrs. Caldwell Monday and Tuesday. i i

"er I.irdime the Now SU.50CART Mattie Carter, Lawtey; Mm. Mrs J. A, Bouvier of McIntosh '
equipment at
1000 . $t>OU up price: of a( lifetime! TYI'E1x3 .; DaiRY Lang, Maxvillc: ; Mr. Gir- was the guest of Mr. and Mrs '! SWIFT Select Baby Beef
tie Kalrcloth, Maxvllle: / Mrs. Irene M :
& Ixl I He*. $15 ; FGriner for several daysduring [
$25 upBrick
RADIATORSIltlow Now only S22.50Plumbing Padgett, Jacksonville: ; Mr8. Hul- the past week. |
manufaettirrr'n. cost- dah Morgnn Jacksonville; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace I'

assorted .1'.... Vernon Iirinson, Mjeclunny; bit's.Josephine spent Saturday night and Sunday \ LOIN STEAK Per Pound - 59c
Siding David Starke. I havu with Mr. and Mrs. It. - -

more names I shall add later. Well.* In Jacksonville A'I I
Regular $1' MI. Sheet Iron 2000 feet .a. t.lron Thanks. all !good friend.IKLPFtl. -). Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradleyand

Special $3.5O soil pipe : HINTS: After you their sons Clinton and Jack BEEF STEW Per Pound 29c
Rulvani/ed flat wheels, random 1: -Inch, rag U9e ft. oil the sewing machine, sew thou Wayne of Jacksonville - - -

VALVES & FITTINGS slies only Special :,:ge+ ft.Electrical a blotter to take up the oil. To Sunday supper guests of Mr,were and!

3t per sq. ft. Solid Brass Shower Heads make a different sandwich, mash Mrs. J. It!. Bradley.Mr. .

BRASS, VALVES Worth $1.75Special n banana and add to some pea I and Mrs Jack Nelson of Economy Beef ROAST or STEAK Per Pound 39c
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Globe Gale 98
We.o'J .39 .on TOILETS" ** whole wheat bread. Chlorox: will I ley of Lake Butler were visitorsof
remove Ink from paper when you Mr. and Mrs. .
R.V.
v. '*! :'.*" !.69 ,.F ..U8duru.! fine. boxes switch Vitreous. Chins' chrome Sloan. have, written a mistake. Use a last weekend. Brannen 3 Pounds
s0 bores, panel !hose.,. conduit, type valre. From SIII. O tol. Cooking APPLES - 25c
match -
1" :l.10 :1.3- stick: to apply aid: then Thursday visitors of Mr. and - -
.
: wire. ('untracloreVI': oO';:; Only 10.50 blot .
Ui" :1.55 : .()oJ 10) IIO( %. dry.When Mrs P. S. Crews were Mrs. F.. A.
low1"0111.. switches. and duplex PII'K FITTINGS you read this. It will bo :;;app and Mrs. M. F Wiggins. of
4-lnch I/e at ) I
Olhfrs to cot low prices receptacles :Se each. Over 50, ;& or'c'I I*y' October the year.the Already loveliest the month sumac of la New blew River Charles Emery of New I Garden Fresh BLACK BEANS, Per Pound 15c

'\ scarlet and thegentaht and wild Berlin, who has been conducting
A Beautiful HomeFine aster are in bloom here. Pheasant revival services at EverR'reenChurch I

Buy Reason open here and I do haa been the guest of Tokay GRAPES 2 Pounds For

homes, built from Camp lllandimj THE SUN love to eat them. I can: hear Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morgan this - - 19c
Willie .
singing Digger is downIn
.elected bulldings, planned for two to four ttJEfo: :,_ week. Additional Sunday visitorsof
.
the yard. A soft wind
la blow-
selling from $391 to $1725. $S7a r Mr. and Mrs. Morgan were
bedrooms are now
.
Easily moved I Intmet. t\Jo\ : 1'111': 1\IOUt.I.: ing. The sun gives out a soft Mr. and Mrs.\ Dennis Smith and California TOMATOES 2 Pounds For
HOME SHOW Al' C.\:'iL' IIL.\ UISG. Ae itlaatrateal light that I l love this. Autumn. So I I their baby Jimmle and Mr. and'Mra - 29c

many letters from Clay Hill they I' Henry Loper and their young
all enjoy the Telegraph, and I son David all of Starke.

Roofing Attic Fans Wallboard i am glad now that so many years I Mrs. W. H. Perry of Miami\ Roma OLEOMARGARINE Per Pound 15c
ago when teaching at Clay Hill and Mrs. C. F. Ed.vards of Mil - -
90-lb. roll 36 Inch $29.75: : Celolcx GyplapJ inch. I ventured In the Telegraph of- liard have been with Mr. and

J'er 42 Inch $32.75Henry : h to flee to talk to the editor about Mrs.
$2.75 $19 $25 per 1000 W. E. Feagle this week because
Sq. r. Duty-Less MotorsA I writing about my people at Clay of the serious illness of Setzer Vacuum-pack COFFEE
Pound
ONE-INCH .CELOTEX i I Hill. Now I am just an Echo of Mrs. Feagle's father C. F. Edwards Can : 43c

THOUSAND OTHER AMAZINGLY PRICED ITE'tIS': (Clay Hill. I keep my eye on my who Is In Lake Shore Hospital

OPEN 8 A. M. TO 5 P. M. "aqo rec. $120Only '11..... 'dear children and love them all In Lake City. Friends. hope

I "* MON THRU SAT,-CLOSED SUNDAYS a ;I and want am thinking them to of he you happy.I all Cod. soon.for Improvement In his condition Good Irish POTATOES 10 Pounds - 29c

$55 per 100Leaders 1F
Bless you. Love, Lura. During the past week Mr. and

visited Mrs.\ A.Mr.P. and Moore Mrs of Long G. E. Bridge Crews Hurts' Golden Halves PEACHES No. 2'/ Can
Cost 21
In REAL Low 1 Housing I POPS BIG6CRMORETENDER for several days before leavingfor cHunt's

: .
an extended stay with relatives -

CORP. 't; S ANONOHU11S! Johnnie In Texas.Bradley of Starke visited Bartlett PEARS No. 2'/2}' Can
WRECKING 29c
ARMY CAMP 'AMERICAS 4Oth his )grandparents Mr.\ and -

2 FA IORTE( TIM' Mra. J. M. Bradley this past -

IU.ANDIN.G. KI.A. P. O. BOX 589. STARKK. FI.A. PHONK 2W f week
CAMP Factory Pack SUGAR 5 Pound
i Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickland Package - 29cFRIDAY
tIM k land their son, Johnnie of Galnes-
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Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins Sun-

RIVERAND day and Monday. I J Ji :
Folks of tins community regret ... ,
of
to learn of the illness
LONG. BRIDGEBy John who is a patient .
Mrs.
1\..... E. A. SappCELEBRATED Wesley
In St. Vieennfs Hospital,
Jacksonville. Mrs. Johns once ,
lived In this community and all !
BIND;.; BIRTHDAY her friends and relatives wish

Aunt 82nd Belle birthday Johns anniversary celebratedher her a(Left speedy from recovery.last \\e..k)I '

Sunday, October 2, at the homo Mr. and Mrs. Pledger Johns and
of her daughter, Mrs. Truba children visited Mr and Mrs. N. A&P TOO TAKES OFF ITS HAT: .:
Hodges. A large: table was spread A. Conner of Midway Saturday
outdoors, under the oaks, and and Sunday and also attendedthe
there was plenty to eat and drink. revival services there. ,
There was also a beautiful birth- Mrs. Rhoda Dowv.ng; M visiting;
day cake iced In pink and blue. relatives l in Jacksonville this j
Aunt Belle has been an invalidfor ,
several years and could not week.Mr. and Mrs. Pete Sapp and ,'
be outside but enjoyed lookingat Miss Cosette Sapp of Jacksonville .
her gifts and visiting with her were calling on the E. A. .
friends and relatives. Sapps Sunday afternoon.Mrs. TO MR. C. WHIT BLOUNT 1
Those who enjoyed the occasion Melton Kerce visited her ;
were Mr. and Mrs. Romey Johnsof sister, Mrs. Mason Davis In .
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mm. I Tampa and her brother Wllllo ,
Denzil Thomas and children of I Spear In Floral City Friday and
Floral City, Mr. and Mrs. Smith Saturday.Mrs. .
Johns Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Johnsof Lilly Brown Deloran
Lake Butler, Mrs. Fronle Hodges and Wllford Johns visit- .
Moody, Wesley Johns of Gaines ed Otis Brown In Lake City Sun- '
ville M. L. Johns and family, Mr. day. We are glad to( report that '
and Mrs. C. A. Johns, Jr., and Otis Is doing nicely in the hospital ,' :. OF WAYNESBORO GEORGIA Y..., ',,1,
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Craven Mr. there. ,
and Mrs. Dempsey Sapp of Mr. and Mrs Harold Shiverof
Gainesville, Mrs. Jessie Lee Laz- Gainesville spent a few day. .r
enby and son of Sanderson. Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Moody s
and Mrs. Pete Sapp of last week.
ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Folks of this community enjoyed -
Sapp and son, Leslie. JaCkson-I | services at Long Bridge

Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Moody with Bro. Burton of Graham -AND TO ALL OUR OTHER GOOD ff A
the Sunday
bringing message
children Wesley and Betty Jo, (I night and Bro. Jonnle Children I ilrii';:t re:n;: Frn) Tlae
visited the zoo( In Jacksonvillelast zee
the
Sunday.Mr. Ii of Starke bringing message Ctr1v71 ]
Monday night.
and Mrs Dick Carroll and I I
Mr. and Mrs. Charley McKinney
children of Jacksonville visited of Starke were visiting Mr. and
their parents Mr. and Mis. Ira Mrs. Seeber Moody Sunday COMPETITORS WHO : A
Word
Merrltt, Sunday. evening. For
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Knightof Our C -
Mrs. Pledger Johns and daughters -
Jacksonville and Mr. and MrsD.

town attended Sunday night.church at Johns visiting. 1C. Knight friends of of this Starke community were HAVE i
TAKEN A SIMILAR STAND
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore art Sunday. The6reatAtiantiC&PaCifiCTeCor:
friends
visiting and relatives in Marklee Moody visited his sister
Texas. They plan to be gone a- I, Lucille Moody In Hope Haven .
bout three Iras
months. Hospital in Jacksonville Sun- been
Mr and Mrs. Norman Wiggins 4: a move

and baby of Jacksonville visited day.W.. N Johns, Charlie Johns and .a,1'/ .: department 01 tire by tire antitrust
Leslie Sapp attended the ball- Federal
game in Wllllston Friday night. '' stray ou Government
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moody and An Editorial From The Atlanta Journal, "jl reading to def l
f J competitor
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Moody attended ... Thursday, Sept. 29, 1949' JJ : r :_ Store. the A&p Food' \
the revival In Starke Fri- ,
day night. t ')j' _' ;
:
Margie and Felton Moody entertained It may \
a group of folks witha 't. ; seem odd but
peanut boiling at their homo. = this We are
move.
>
opposed
Thursday night. Games were to .
i !
r
played and a nice time was hud
l by all.Deeds. i'I .i I A&p '
Co.

RecordedDeeds t Competitor; Denounces ; Competitorthe they' : delinitely/ OUr Strongest i

keep
Fire .l recorded recently In the -:. are still Us hopping. i
in But
court house were: business We
1
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Parker of Suit A&P it And
Against by '
Expanding. ,i'i'l
Insurancafitted Bronker to Talitha Sowell of selling We do
Biooker All of block 23 of qua''Y
Bronker in Sec. 8 Twp. 7 S, R. close l merchandise' bu1n '1
to your needs 20 margin and at a

I E.Mr.. and Mrs. E. J. Dowllng of THE BOLD three-column advertisement in Tire selling at CLOSER \
Bradford County to J. W. Smith called margin
Charley E. Johns of Starke. Tract of land at th.. the current issue of the Waynesboro True the qp trust-b usters.
SW Corner of N 1-2 of S\V Quarter charge
AgencyPhone of NW Quarter of Sec. Citizen catches the reader's eye. We quote. Co. control that
IS STAHKK! FLA. Twp. 6, S. R. 22 E. and some 01 the
I J.\t.! Darby of Starke to \28'1 it in full. processing ends 01 production
and Mrs. John Kalligcros the food
I I a
Island, N. Y. Lot 11 ,, result business
( :; Long they qs
bold
N 1-3 of lot 12, In Block 12 of To our notion that advertisement by C. Whit tire

R.pr Mntlno THE TRAVELERS Hartford I addition the Livingston to Starke., Truby and CO.// Blount states the economic and governmental foods. cost price, down on
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Are You Ready For Cold Weather? with a clarity and forcefulness that most'" II A&p holds WHAT'S {WRONG+ WITH THIS?? I

of the editorial comment has lacked. tire
Suppliers costs down, it,
hold/ makes
their OUr ;
1- Also it strikes us as a fine example of sports- costs down I''
competitive' to the
I eVe I. same
manship in business. They
I AND SO CAN can s" cheaper

WE.. ,
Incidentally, it is about as effective an advertisement We intend

as could have been written for to continue

0 Mr.\ Blount's "Groceteria". merchandise than Alp. to t try to sell better .;

to have We also
Ifr : will
: rnllDJlrI Makes\ : you sort of wish you were in Waynes competitive, prices continue

boro to trade with him, doesn't it? BUT, We don't believe


fl' I any individual/ should ; the government, or

that try to break
I II is
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II I a good firm
I serving the lean, efficient
job of
people
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-I J'AGEOITR BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKGRAFn.: STARKE. FLORIDA FRTO\V OCTOBER 7. lfll<>
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"" Beta Sigma Phi I Baptist WMS Circles I Haislop \IL. von HI)H soul at Stark, Florida, .thin OctoberI I R v Haven Croehy t?>. C.R .
H. punmn, Lynch .
HIrttr.
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will be received 1 bv iOrCUL: ; ; I I I l Florida,' ,
( ORAL) A.S. Thomai ,
I of Public Inmructlon of
Has Morning CoffeeThe I Hold Meetings / Have Family ,' ui'.tv K-lnrliln. f-ir .jv: .

) all lubricants anil other ,.
Gamma Theta Chapter of The circles of the Baptist WMS Descendants of the late 1 :: ;: ,liitMiurtM toi um in |iuo-

I Beta Sigma Phi entertained Wednesday I met Tuesday, October 4. and Mary Elizabeth Haislop I ....,iirltriol y Hoard IIUHMH lids operated,lire for

,- from 10 to 11 o'clock witha Circle 1 met at 3 o'clock at moved to Starke In 1881 ... no will. I lie n o'ii"l'
: UPHOLSTERING
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the requirement*! of I the FURNITURE
delightful morning Coffee at the home of Mrs. B. T. Thomas, family reunion last r piilillrlv: owned btin eH

_. the home of the Chapter President -I circle leader, with 21 membersand the home of Mrs. Laura of awnrd of commit'
cvmrful I bidder. to June H'l,
Rl-AI.lpnr8 June Caldwell Offl.nrhono Mrs. Candler K. Hayes In one visitor' present. Around BO members of the .. requirement- entl- Selection

45 EdItor 29 honor of Mrs. J. W. Mcintosh Mrs. M. F. ily were present for this ,.. 20.""," gallons of itamit- Large
Ph. State Farm Hazen, program BOO jrallonH of motor oil
who Is .changing her residence to chairman the devotional able get-together. A tie unhmlttttfl, hv rii'h hid
gave h.
F rrrrpr srssrrSSrr reeseNew .... .. I Of Materials
Jacksonville. Co-hosteimes for dinner was spread at or motor oil sic
I with "Youth
In World Missions"
the lonvenlnnr of the
the party were Mrs. E L.. Biggs, tables In the front yard of .
ClubResumes Eastern Star an her theme. She was assisted
Tourist Mrs. Robert Barksdale and Mrs. Mosley home.Especially | '.1 bn .Hlifned Healed Hn,1 I SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED
I In the program; by Mm James .
Installed IL I' :Morgan' rluuer.
MeetingsAt Chapter Eddie Hartmann.Coffee Lewis and Mm. V. D. Hazen. honored I I r.f I'ulillo) I In-tii'lu-tlim.,
was served from a nenu- this occasion were W. R. I j ..,. .. by. Hi":nn .a. 0).t..,,. 'c_ !
Informal SupperThe Tuesday EveningThe I The meeting was closed with < ,- 24 19.'', The HiH'remi-.
fully I appointed dining table the prayer by Mrs. F. D. Beard. lop, Mrs. Sallie Tlson, and ; l will be n.'IfI..01' within 6

Starke Tourist Club met institution of a new Eastern covering was of tare, and the The next will be Laura Mosley, the three r :l:..the Kxemptlnn.: hid I have<' ;ml.'null-;. :ten I

Tuesday night at the home ofW Star Chapter In Starke took' center arrangement was red meeting held children of the F. C. } I federal taxes WI lll
I in .the home of Mrs. E E. Lennon to the nufneiiiiful h"l CHAS. SHEPHERD
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with candlesticks their
mixed and half
S. Sibley on Silver Lake for I place at an impressive ceremonyIn roses yelow) younger ( rafllltlex hu-luillnir ,
a covered dish dinner. About 40 the Masonic hall Monday even- in silver holders carryingout and sister, James Halslop tank will be furn

members and guests attended this Ing with Vincent H. Brice of a lovely red and yellow mo- Tampa, and Mrs. N. N. .. county.. RADIO TELEVISION: SEAT COVERSCourt
Circle 2 of miiv nei uri' the nerepmarv I
affair.. Gainesville, Worthy Grand Patron tif. Colorful open-faced sandwiches the WMS of the of San Luis Obispo, Calif. fur; Hiihnilttlnir I iirnpoimlHl
lovely I Baptist Church met Tuesday. October l ,to the i''lnl..o.I."t! Matllwn: Sis Starke, ..1...
of cakes. doughnutsand the out of town
After the dinner new officerswere of the Grand Chapter Florida dainty Among Inmruitlon. 1'," H-ix .".. J
4 :3
at o'clock
elected for the office for rervlng as Installing officer. He mints ,were also served. Mrs. at the homeof at the reunion were: Mr and ., or hv inlllnic In
usHlsted number of McIntosh was presented a box of Mrs. Q. R. Matthews James Massaro and children | .",'h office In the cuunty I
1919-50. They are: W. S. Sible). wits by a j
President; Mm. Bertha Pearce, other Grand Officers Including stationery bearing the sorority i'i The meeting; opened with prayer and Mrs. James Halslop, Mr. other. than a Henletl. lild.

Vice President; Mrs. F J. Shaw, I Worthy Grand Matron Florence! crest as a token of the occasion. | by Mrs. H. L. Hough. Yearbooks Mrs. Roy Haislop and sons | I
Secretary. ; Mr. C. C. Wynn Carter of Bagdad Fla. Members present with the guest j I were distributed amongthe and Mrs. Ray Halalop and County Hoard I will bit
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Treasurer. ; Mrs. Nelle Noll man, Around 125: persons were pre of honor and the hostesses were members. Officers were elected II and Mr. andMrs., Claude 1'.1 renerve-1 the rIght to

Entertainment chairman. ent at the ceremony Including Miss June Hall. Miss Marian and, duties of offices discussed. all of Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. or nil bhlN. '

G. B. Hazzard Fratex Plastic representatives from chaptersall Brown Mrs. Willard PQSH Mrs. The community mission project lie Brown Orlando; Mr.. and OP ri'i.MO' iN"' THrc-' 4
for the circle will be I11.AI>FIIH|[I COl'NTV.': COURTESY
to furnish J. A. Mosley Jacksonville\
representative of University of over the state. The local W. W. Cain en. Miss Dorothy :
Florida gave an Interesting demonstration chapter was instituted with 22 Ross Mrs. Merry Beth Smith transportation for crippled children Mr. and Mrs N. N. Norton, nA. II r. :Moritan. 10-/I Sec-

of his products. charter members. Regular meet- and Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght Jr. to Hope Haven Hospital I on Luis Oblspo, Calif. 10-731: t : in all the thoughtful relation of
October
17.
The public Is cordially Invited Ings will be held at 7:30: p.m. on I ''.: OP KIKt: : 'TIO\

to these weekly affairs. The the first and third Mondays In Methodist Circles Mrs. W B. Alexander. Rave, New UDC Officers 1'.1 nt,. I'ulillc I not rmu't inn Service with convenience and completeness -

np"t will be on Tuesday each month. I the devotional. Mrs. H. A. Law- ) County, "Florida herebv
meeting
Are Installed notlt of H tfperlnl ly) as well as careful economy
October 11, in the Woman's Club The following officers of the Met Monday I son, program chairman and :Mrs. : be held. on Tuesday Nov':
I I Ira Wilson gave a very Interesting I In Hperlitl! ,. Tax Kchoiil! in the that it is
Building. .. measure needed.
Installed The I of Hradford Conntv
were : regular of
new chapter
I Circles of the Methodist WSCS talk on "Training the Youth." meeting I .. boundiirleM. the italrt j
Worthy Matron Nolla D. Middle- met on Monday afternoon Sept. I T. Weeks u_ Chnnror_ __ _. trn__(_! Muna__ __ .rli-hool IHxtrli-t :'::0. 1
Wesleyan Guild I The meeting was adjournedwith Wednesday afternoon the ", "* "Iv.. with .the bmin
ton; Worthy Patron C. i%, Futch; 26 at 3 o'clock. a prayer by Mrs. S. E. at I h** countv HH pr*>M<'rlhtd DeWITT C. JONES
Met of Mrs. M. F. Brown with 21034: Florida. Wtatutew,
Monday NightThe Circle 1 met at the home of
Assistant W.M., Cleo Harley, Sparks. President.The .
L. D. Vining as co-hostess. .nI..1 I hv Chanter 2: 72rt.
Mrs. Smith. The meeting I ,, .. ,
Hogan 1947 "HHhi election
Wesleyan Service Guild Assistant W.P., Vincent St. John; with Mrs. next meeting will be held The following officers for the usual pullln .place Phone 7 Starke Fla.
was/ opened by
E. W. Treasurer prayer at the home of Mrs. F. J. Shaw. ne were Installed precinct In natd' conn .
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met Monday evening: September Secretary Hayes; wyear :
Titus Olson. Mrs. Berth* Pearce, $pnrpoH. of elMrtinf three
26 at the Methodist Recreational J. M. Sistrunk; Conductress, circle chairman presided over Mrs. O. L. Beasley, :: r all I the public 'nchool* Funeral Director Ambulance SeniuOur
Building.Mrs. Circle 3 met In the home of Mrs. J. M. Brownlee first hmindiirlH' nf tpecl; l |
Verdle Futch; Assistant Conductress the business session. HlNtrlct N':n. I. Knh of,
W. M. Cressler/ Vice : Mrs. S. L. Peek with Mis. toy I president; Mrs. E. L. '1'11.'''''. shell he fIert'l' local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences und
President presided over the business Maude Lappe; Chaplain Miss Amy Coburn gave the devotional Ward an cohostess.The second vice president; Mrs. G. | ",, .., H. *<*tnrH nf nald services not otherwise available.We .
Della Hoover Marshal Llllie not mor than one trnn-
I ; with "The Good Shephl'rd"
session; at which time plans -I meeting was opened with Roberts secretary; Mrs. from any one rettf-
Thomas .
Bridges Organist Jean .. ,
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; as her subject. Miss Olive .
for which
a
county
were formulated to begin the redecorating prayer by Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Chandler treasurer; Mrs. -
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Ada Avis Pearce; Ruth Oneda Ray spoke on "Mission Work In In "rvI,1el 1 I hv law
: of the Primary Department The program was presented by Powell, historian; Miss Olivo .. niinllflt l tt hnld such furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and
Webb; Esther Mildred St. John; India," and Mrs J. W. White related I Mrs. L.. A. who receive the (rr.ftt..nt
registrar ANY
of tha Church School. Canova with "YouthIn accept life insurance policy In force Issued by ANY
Martha Annie Morgan; Warder, facts Votes runt fir .I..rllon l
Interesting concerning
Miss Ruby Green program World Missions" as her theme. During the business session( sihle't Cn the llmftn company, as payment In part or In full on a funeral.
Harmon Morgan; Sentinel Harry the of The .... .
"Beginning Missionary nhove, hall for
t serve
chairman used as her topic "Why Lappe. In America." I Mrs.. Roy Ward, circle leader chapter voted to give $18 t ... two yearn ntf trustees, Consultation carries no obligation.
Home Mission Schools?" The Society presided over the business 8es'pr8s..ntlng the purchase of uniforms for ",. Htntrlc. .t. I

meeting was closed with prayer Circle 2 met with Mrs. L. S. eion, the BHS Band.Birthday. I "'*. for th** fnnulncr M-
new officersand ,
Woodman CircleA xnfd Hpei'lnlTax H.< hool .
Mrs. J. R. Hill. Hutto with her daughter Mr.i.Shctllle .
by the work planned for the I I fltnll I I HHO| tut vntoil' on
Hall as co-hostess. t .' ,*'.| nt th. HHIIK tlm>, S O 'WET
Hpnclal meeting will be heldTuesilay coming year. The members vot- Party ,-fl' l.v Iti w. Th' CountV. Atl 4OOCpN
QUICK RELIEF FROM After a short business session I ed to change the name of the ,i hi to lnotr-ti.n In a*** ,
V
night. October 11 at For Al YanceyMrs. I _
presided over by circle circle to thp Ida 'ho provlHlonn' .f Woo
Symptoms of DIstr..sArlalngfreniSTOMACH the Woodman Circle Hall at 7:30: Darby CircleIn : I ,ii). KlorUlu' H<,(tool Laws,
Mrs. Lorenzo Green, the chalrman'j honor of Mrs. Darby who was t '.** ,"' .. thnt the mfn
ULCERS ,o'clock. Supper will be servedat Ned Yancey I .... .
was turned over to president of the assessment for the I
the Hi'own Derby at 6 o'clock. missionary so- with a party In honor of her l ., ,, for the "rono.c
DUE TO EXCESS ACID i iFr..T.n.'H.Tr..tu..t Middleton, program chairman.Mrs. i ciety for a number of yeara. ..."0"'" of all the public
All members, are requested to attend. Al. on his fourth birthday at ., the .
I nnld d.I.'r"'l"
to
L. D. Vining gave the devotional The next meeting will be held Cherry St., Tuesday ; 1

Must Help or It Will Cost Von Nothing from 2nd Timothy. Mrs. at the home of Mrs Annie Itich- 27. ..." Sc-honl Fund 6

Over threit. million bottle. *of the WILL NITKBATMKNT > A 1". Sauls gave You are the arde at the State Farm. The living and dining an.1 This Rettpr\ 'i
have been oltl for relief ofpymptonutoruiiitrvMifarUlnK Mission StudyThe : b. r2IIbiP
Church, a lesson In spiritual efficiency ):
._ were gaily decorated with ;
from 0' ,pin"IH.MW of 11,1.llno I .,,11' / .
find 0tieelen..l Ulcers etui' *to K...... Acid_ Methodist WSCS will hold.J by Roy L. Smith. The The Doris I Knight Circle of the ful balloons which were eiich of the voting prn-

Peer GeMln Dt.tI.n*.s, Heartburn..... ,or...tjpat......._fitemacH. .*.., Its full Mission Study Class in meeting was closed with prayerby Baptist WMS met Tuesday evenIng later as favors. I.ii.si.'county.'< forr, are the appointed fofu\lnar)| ,I '

duett.t..s..AcSd.IIo.i;. .. I ft duy' Irlnll.Ank educational Mrs. A. Wood. October: 'I, at 7:30: o'clockIn The dining room table was : ...,. ,,,' ...... I. I.s"'''' m i7W&&
the ,
building Friday
for .Will.... Meuaia" which fully the .
I ri rk. Pmv Itcnntftt.
explain* thle ........"'..nl.- -fr._... October :14. at 0:30: am. There Circle 3 met at the home of Young People's Sunday ered with a white lace cloth ," O .r. Phillip,*. |I
KOCH UltUO STOKE will be a covered dish luncheon. Sti-H. J. M. Hembree with hire School Department of the Baptist centered with the birthday : ...',..*.! %i.. J 9, \o. Hfnrkei

I In.1\(, Rlcharde as co-hostess. Educational Building with 1\11'8,1 holding four little candles. I ,I.,,.I CU-rk. Nut, M'MHnmH" F*. iViiHlny zrg'?

Mrs. T. L. Slacie acted as chairmen J. A. Griffin. circle leader Al received many lovejy : ... ..., %o. 'I, ... Vtnrkei|
I siding. I ".'. I Clerk P. I L, tlrhlireM i .
I In the absence of Mrs. R. J. Those assisting Mrs. : I Iniien.. A fl. ('.....hv, '
JIM DANDY Wainwright.The I The program was opened with with the 33: little .....'.... \i I. ..rohi....
guests : ....
( the hymn "As a Volunteer" with 0 I'lerkj: John McKIn' I
circle members read and Mrs.. Jack Parker, Mrs i'vil I, .'John "' ''''''''01'\'.
Mrs. ft. A. Green at tho plnno. : .," ,' \... 5. "
"oo.n'l|
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Mrs. '
King, O L. Llnsen and L'C.
answered
questions on the first ( The devotional i'I'Ii : K rt Wnttermin, k\J-\
was given
by Mrs.
ten chapters of Genesis. 'IT. IC. Jo Ann Dlnklns.Woman's ; :, : W. :U: Maxwell,; I : :: -- '
McClane Jr.
After the ."''''''1 %... II. There.MMi'I :'
FISH MARKET I hymn "More Like tho Master"I Clerk' Felix "' "IIIvlI II.

Mrs. A. W. Anderson I I Mrs. S F. "Sparks gave a report ,]I Club 11 ::.i...It.. \o.At. ll.-IB-v T. >ew, ltl.cril I MODERNIZE YOUR HOME !

i on the budget for the Cleilt.' : Iteddlxh' Andii
year.After
Hostess To WCTU I Meets Next WeekThe i Toinlln.on, I .Invfoodv i You'll find
i| the business meeting the ,;, ; : ..,';:::: \o. N. llr
An enthusiastic of Doris I Knight Circle Joined the regular monthly .... ( I( I i'i"'''.. Clirk.: J Wi the pages of our Plan nook What's
group members .
r.I' I littuirhiM. I') 'r.
of the Laura Scott WCTU Business Woman's Circle in tin- I of the Woman's Club of IoII"W'j more we can provide you with all of the

I main auditorium of the Eclucatlonal will be held Wednesday !! ';: '! I :P ii OP iM'rtf.ir1 tv.u I quality materials you'll need! Stop in _
met at the hospitable home of I IMI' |I .'. p. i- ..t i> ;ira n 1
OPENING THURSDAY ''. A.V.. Anderson Friday for':[: Building for the rest of I noon, October 12 at 3lit:: () in .'. Fi.mn/\.. P :voe.107BIIH4 talk over your home remodeling ideas with
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the ,
program. Special music club house .
the closing meeting of the cur- :1 was The Junior \ our friendly experts. No obligation !

lent year. The present slate of by the youth quartet, Patsy Ben- : Club Is In charge of the I '.. S.-.. 7545 '
OCTOBER 13thON ton, Joan Tenly, Helen Haines .F.il.A. Remodeling or Repair Loans can be
officers" who have given such efficient Hostesses for the ilillcMllon nnH Notice te '
.service were re-elected for and Eliae Lawson with Mrs. R. are Mrs. F. F. Stump % rK. ......' 'I.O"IIJ' t..> obtained.. Let us explain to you.
Msrwita,
A. Green at the wh..1
TENTH STREET the coming term. Publicity Chairmen organ. Follow- Mrs. R. B. Alvarez Mrs. C. ', 117IolI.h! Main "' 1
ing this number the guest speaker ..: I
were appolntrd for the different Ward, Mrs. J. P. Roberts .
OPPOSITE. S A .P .P'S STOKE churches represented In Rev. A. R. Green of Antioch F. S. Smith, Mrs. H. H. : I I! required I'1. I In t the tn IIhoollnl appear, nn,-.1 'ZTARKEB1R
Baptist Church, brought an Inspiring "u..., herein plalnllff
the local Union as follows: Mrs. Mrs. Bertram Simmons and C, .uittodv. A control ..f ,

J. L. Silcox Aia E. Moitt, Christian Church; message. T. H. McNeal.All I I alimony I I etc. Bradford.
Manager Mrs. Wesley Andrews, Baptist Hostesses for this meetingwere members are urged to ) irrnph Khali puhllnh, Ihln I 5' SUPPLIES t
: Mrs. C. A. Knight, !Mrs.\ 1<:. ", four weekly: tenner <
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Church ,
; Miss Olive Ray Metlso. tend In order to honor the l hand and nfflclatl S.A.L.
diet Church; Mrs. C. C. Wynn C.Conk.Mann, Jr., and Mrs. Aha A. er club which has shown .. I ..t DEPOT. S(7CI..J45W...

I Presbyterian Church andfrs.. I willingness to work and .
on :New: Itrmlnffton

I FOUR' : THOUSAND: I YEARS- Ruby Goodman, Tabernacle I, The Business Woman's Ciri'Uheld |"'" rltcr. For limit- |I _

Delegates were chosen for the its regular monthly business ate.Mrs.
I l are clllnf th ni'a
forthcoming State Convention In meeting October 4 at the Baptist: Hembree
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EXPERIENCE WITH DRUGS Ocala. Church Educational '" Mmlcl (regular
Building. To State Farm ClubMrs. WE INVITE'YOU
The meeting adjourned after a !Mra.\ Ralph Alvarez. Circle Chairman ) for only $60 (tax TO

I. pleasant social hour during I presided at the meetingwith J. M. Hembree was ) Trrirn If dcnlrctl. -
which the hostess served
refresh Mrs. Fred Pellum
giving eec last Wednesday Telegraph.
ments. the devotional. Year books for SS. at 12:30: to members of

I The October meeting will beat 1019-50( were distributed to the State Farm Bridge Club at PATRONIZE OUR

II I the home of Mrs. J. T. Qulg-| members home on North Walnut Street.The

ley.I For the program, the glrla'; home was attractively '

quartet consisting of Joan I I Ii
/ T..nl.1 orated with bowls of mixed
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--- -- Lawson Patsy
------- : Benton amiI I flowers Luncheon was .. ,
I II/el..n/ Halnes "I'd Rather
sang
I followed by bridge during the

F! 8 ac I Tho Have speaker Jeans Than for the Sliver evening or Gold"RevA was ernoon.the Mrs.winner P. D.of Fancher high I Meat

& I It. Green of Antioch Church InG"ln..svill Mrs. J. O. Godwin was Curing &

STARKE FLA. ,', spoke on the Importance high and Mrs. H. J. I Kucera

I The ofV hostess M U work. bingo. TERIAL I
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HIIII., Alnn.. TUP, Oct. 9-11 committee. Mrs. Enjoying this affair with II
Clara Mte\ Knight Mis MlldrpJ
I hostess were members of I Cold
PRIDE OF Doyle Mrs. Ruth Bron.lway Mrs. State Farm Bridge Club. If Storage Plant

I I Lois Mann Mrs. Host Cook and f

Mrs .. .... :
Jessie Young served yetreehnents. In (Irrult ( oir. 'U.'I "
I THE YANKEESWith "'1..1....UlrhnrriNnn.lit 4 'fiiKH..rvAlmit ,Plaintiff.. I

I I,11\.fl..I.1! IM.'hunlnoii, I>. .. NOW
(l Jary Cooper ,I'.... Nil 7f)50 OPEN !
Date AnnouncedFor ....... 4.f HtlMltratlnw and >l..tlc. .e
.'u o SHORT SUBJECTS 'pp..... STMK UK PI.IIIIIU1 i
Marriage Of }.fI..ld l l riHrrlmin.. wht.,H.. .
d.*n,'" urn! HilttrvttM IN unknown: .
Yon tir. required.. t.. wppeMf
". ',. Miss Brown Dr. Ritch :Viv. Tlh I lil'i, .In the above ..
.1.. Thurit., Oct. 12. 13DOCULK Court ami cause, wherein ., .

I C I FE.TUKHOld ; : itfia. Marian Brown, daughter .* *.k. divorvi*. Bradford (" *
...., T.I..rAP"l shall puMlnh. thin .
-..".; ...r...,.. ...:..._.-u ...p. _-...,- I Fashioned Girl of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brown In Wltnim next f..ur weekly hand I.and...*.*. )
: my "'
.. -- will become the bride of Dr. T. neal at Kturka. Florida. hid ).. .
\\lth rlu Jean 'IC;. Bitch son of Mrs. N. T. Hitch 4. IW49 Sugar Cure & Smoke House Facilities
is educated trained and the late Mr. Rltch of ('UFFI.IIF. \Ll A. 3 ,. & Black
pharmacist a highly .\M> Starke A.. ('..>rk of aid
YOUR i on October 22 at 7 o'clock p,mIn Hy Hnven. ( ..".hy. D f.
professional man. When he fills your Land Of Sixguns I I St. Mark' Episcopal Church. A.Vuy.J. for..h..,.l-lf...... Jr._, Htarke.10-7 41 1"1". Available


With Juik Randall I The Rev. Mr. B R Simmons In Circuit to..... nrmiroril .. ,
prescription he draws upon the accumulated 1! and the Rev. Mr Fred Yerkes o* Fl..rl
Gainesville will perform the cere- VH Wllllnm>iri-c Ann Ahwrnathy Abfi ,ybr//. :.I r. S

knowledge observations and experience that his many Is.. "II No. 7144
Krl., Sat.. Oct. 11, 13
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I The will be .c. ff PnMlrnflim nn4 \ tlrpp yard
bride given In marriage -
S DOfltl.K FEATt'RK: ".'. ortrior Ki.nxiiitVllllnm
profession has painstakingly learned throughout by her father H. C. Brown. '\ .\h..n.'h... whomr
Miss Joan will rli-m' I I" IIpn.,1 l I>*Mv.ry. I M...

forty centuries. You may irust him as you do your BAD LANDOF 'maid of honor.N. Carpenter. serve ss gas You, Nrvmla..r.. :re.iilrpd| tn a,'p.i,r H. A. Lawson Market

T Bitch* of Miami brother Court\fnv 7th an.1 It4 esi">...In. wherein the abov", ..

DAKOTA of the bridegroom, will no best seeks illvi.rctf *. custody of
physician. child I I Hrmlford (' ,
Ushers
man. will be Mack Fufhand
It.ilit. Slack. Ann Rutherford Telegraph. hall publish this .
Harold Jordan of Ovelda. In ti.'t fnur wt..klv l I..u*..
ANDGunning \\Hn". my hsn,1 und l nffloUl, GOODS & Cold
A reception will be held Immediately
scsi! lit Stark.. Flortdn. IM. ",- StorageWashington
JusticeWith after the ceremony at :to t's'I
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ju"'u"I (OFFK'IU. MKU. A. 3. '
A. Clerk of ..tM -.. t Call Street
Jolmnjr Mack Brown Smith. Atty. for I'lf lffl-7 4t St. Near
I R.U.
STORE Fla. Stark Florida!
KOCH DRUG ALSO SHORT A SERIAL I I No invitations are being sent In (-rr.U ....... Br.Jf.r4. (-.. ,

,_ I ---- -- == I but Invited.all friends of the couple are !I r-l.rlrfm OUnnl VK narlr.J..t.. \UKUtu Ihaseer Murwlta.,.Mjrultn' 1







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OCTOBER 7. 1040 BRADFORD. COUNTY 'TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA I'nr. FIVH
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.- Mrs. Dave Penoyer ot Jacksonville In Circuit .......t. llrarifur.l Coontr., riant l I" Incleliteil. ,t.i th" (t>'""I'"| Ink. effect Immediately upon It.
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run.1 of Oltv nf II.r"In, a mint Inexcenii /
Florida i Im Chaarrrr.Henry PIIXHIIKV and approval bv the MnynrraKHPil
I spent Thursday with her ,. ot f21,'"i'O.Otl i f.'i, an.I' on account
U Mi-1'anlel, IMulntlff, va I thin l\I ilny nf PcptnmbvrA ,
mother Mra. C. E. Beam.N. :MalH'l'No Ulbhnn 711 49Onlrr MeL>..,,",I, I>.r.mlmitI'HHM venuv of Certtrleiitea City \Vatfi, ,uiimhe an I HeweiIt a S *Hbnth l>. 1911I ,

T. Rltch of Miami was the o( I'liMlvntlon Una Xotlc* r* ilulv 1.-l ,. A I'anova, I'n-nlil.'iit., 'i't( >
......OKI.\.., A",01 l anil neirutlatcil' m.il thereafterpurchased finmillATTIOST 1.
of Mr. and Mrs. T. : W \ I'K Uf ,
recent guest :Mnbfl llihhon :MrL'anlvl wh..H... r''" by". anil, now h.'hl l I.nthv I'm'I Joh"... .'lt)' OliTkTo
J. Griffin and Mrs. Carrie Rltch. .Hldfn.'f Hint ontorftc9 MdilrttnH InNo acrntint cif. tliti (len-ir-il' F.inil nfCltv tht< Huniirnl le :Mttyor. i.f Hit

he was accompanied HWi North Kl I'CIHO Strfft. City of MtnrkeSection I'liy tif ..I"'k. ; I h.'i'pliy". L..rtirthm 1
On his return Sunday
of IC1 I'IIMO stat t uf TexitMYon :.1, Thill' th. net' revenu.'Knf ...rh'l'tlr.t 'Ih* nhi.vM iitttl fnri-Ktilnir OrcllnanreWIIN Saturday October 8 Tiu-H. & W<<'d.. Oct. 11 & 12
rliint I
mild \\ Rh'r '
!' by his daughter Dianne ar. rnqulrvil to appear onN'ov Oily .lulv mlopii'il niul' IIHHI..MI I hvtht
who had been visiting here. :: 7th, lfH!>. In th" uhovtt muneilCourt niiyltiic all nei'vamiry. .. i xpetiMeaof > t'lty: I'ouni'U of thr: C'Hy:; ofSlnrki1 I DOUBLE I ( FEATUHE --
.,, .. ..n.1) i.inietwnee, ))OUBLE
UN operitllrm FEATUHEAND
l am! rutiHV.. whorHn plaintiffHpfkH on .the tth. <|MV i.f tMi"",*tithtrA i I :
Mr. and Mrs. L>. E. Jordan, Sr., ...llri'*. Urndforil bounty will exceed I hiiiiivin Ita to It"iniuln I), IIM1vhtl! In rKiilui; ."i.Mlon _
Mrs. W. D. Faxon and daughter. Mrs. J. R. Wainwright left Jr. Tel*>nrai>n .ahall pnblivli thla Ordar mi. (lie iu't<' her"lnnfl"l' iu'- CHI'I JuhiiM.. *lt> <'l<*rk lot.'" YOUNG JOHNSON
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan m'rlbert.Section .
In nx> four u i>kly. IHBIIVM.VltnfH Th.' "h..v. anil ri.rr-iruliiHr drill"
Dee will\ return to Mondiiy for Tallahassee whel'eRhe !III I'o availabl -
Donna 4 Thnt theie "
l h .. .1 l
and Harold Jordan all of Oviedlo \ my hand anil official ninutHM r"'I".d v in* nn aliriivo.l ,> 11
their home here Saturday after will visit Mrs. W. M. Wainwrlght. ..t>al nt "Htarke. Florida thlH October. from tliti I! r.'iiMon.il; ': : >lv antlcl-;' liv in.. ..n .thin loth .lay ..r ALlAN is l
mlmonlea
spent last weekend with Mr. and 4. I'M* pate.t rcveniicM of th"' ileneral' Kit tI"I".I.| ..... A" I I'M''!). "ROCKY"tANEIND Mor"IR
two weeka with Mr. and In .f ",.' pavinentM tohe .
spending exi-enx i ,
Mrs. T. J. Griffin. (Or-KIOIAI SKAT.) A. J Thmnim J KohlTlxMiivor "IS 511111011
.1..11",1.tlCt..r ,
Mrs. M. C. Ford In Sumpter, Mrs. Pi-ggy! Tllley Mr and An Cl.Tk. of Ha Id Court. on tho nut., heretnafl'' .. of I It", "flu\ .if "Htiirko' BUCK h
meeting, 1III''MIII'y' expcnaei.therefrom. UCK
Mlsa!\ J.inet: Anderson of Jacksonville Py Tfavi fronliy. Ii. O. 10-7 It 10aiDr.
S. C. Mrs. Bill Tllley! and J Bob: Shnllcr A. W Chii.lukk.. Jr. titIIIIU..- ,,
Homasaasa and spent! lust weekend with tlil*. r"lnrl.ln, "4 ,cth>n :j I. Thnt th. (Cllv I.lKht ?9.
Guests of Mr.\ and Mrs. E. F. spent Sunday In
her parents Mr. and Mrs. SamAnderson. Ally for l-lf 10-T 41 102(1In ( .'..int IM tint In.b-bleil, unil' the ,'lIvI. Otto J. TonLssvnChiropodist .
Miles thin week are Mr Miles Tarpon Springs.Mr IM empowered tIt pledKe. na 'lielrevenuna. .
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artnr all necueaary expt'nxea .
brother and !Btater-ln-Iaw Mr. anil and Mrs. a. J. McGI'lffvisited Clr.-ult Court, tlra.Kord Count 7, of Ita operation, iml maintalnence AND:" -
Mrs. W. S. Wilder of Miami. relatives in Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and fr'lfirl.lm' In .1 hnncrry.Jumva for th.. repayment of thliloiin ..
Mra. Ourrte Rltch spent last 1'. (. amphrll. ririlntlff. vKiaiH'1n for current, exuenaea. (lalnrsx' \.-, Fliut
Mra. J. A. Martinez spent Monday and High Springs Sunday. It. Campbell.: :: 1'cOiuliuitC'IIHO : Vcctlon d. Thnt the I'lty uf stark,
TurHday in Jacksonville.Mr. ;No. TSUI.Ordrr dn borrow $1:I.IIjn.IIII) from FloridaI t Formerly of Jn. .'l.*...n% Ille)
in Jacksonville visiting her ]Miss Virginia Latham of Madison and Mrs. Tlllman\ P. Hutto of I'HhllratluH And >otlr. To I In ilk nt "Hlnrke' at a''" p.-r "A"t _
12% \t. I..M..... N.. Ph. KM:
spent. last weekend with Miss tvpvar. >.nl. wf Klorliln ToiKianivM Intereat tit. ,meet current, uxpmiMeaanil '
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and and children lo ranklila.nd n L'amphell. \% hoH.. ritHtdeni hv anil. upon .the terma an.pledging .
Audrey Newman.Mr *" Irf unknownuu : th., Kei'iirlty, appearing-'
Mrs. J. A. Martinez, and her I Yvonne, and Mrs. Mabel Carver
y. am rviiulrml to appear on I I" I'upv of tin* |"r.ii.miil' prouiiMworvtintn
father A.V.. Redgrave ,who lit. and Mrs. E. H. Register of Jacksonville :were guests of N'o\fMtil 1, I IHi, In th. .abov to hv "irlvvn" bv the. I'lty ofOtarke
left Sunday for Miami after aweeks' Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and namvd. Couit" anil pauxa, whorrln ,' tn pvlOeno anil H.M-UU< pud" Save Time Work
In St. Luke's Hospital. I plaintiff .. eka divorce. RrndfordCounty loan to \\'It. ,
visit with Mrs. W. F. God family Sunday.Mrs. Trlt'icranh Khali puhlinh. thin $2.1,5(10:' 00 "Slalke, .Ftorlilrt !'fi'pteni
win. Or W In next four wnekly I HU II, I h... in, 1 llM'i. and -
K. F. Cain of Jacksonville {\ I ltnp ,my hand anil official. For. Valun lleci"lvpil, City of "Mtnrke, Money
Mr. and Mrs. George 1(. Ben visited her mother Mrs. Carl .e,,1 I nt. "Sln' .k.-. Klorlda, thin lutoberOFKICIAf a Florliln .1I"nl"'I".1'| ctn.poratlon,

Louis R. Dean nett and aan. Kim spent Sun I:Jackson lust weekend. 5.( 11'411.. 8KAI>) A J. Thonm., 'promine. *. .IMnk to pav at to"Starke.HIM, ,i.rilcr"Htnrke ofKlorl.ln rounds Of Your FLYING TIGERS

day with Mr. and Mra. Juntus AM Plui k of HHld CourtBv Klorlila.' Ih* principal 1.11"in of ..Twinttvthrrc -
Smith. I Friends of Mrs. Luther Addison lliiven. Oronby l>. f'. Tluuixanil' Five lllin.lrnil 9
TAX CONSULTANT I will regret to hear of her illness. John .1. ;...n..r..n. K:.n... Klrhnrdon lf2Srnu no) l>,,ll.ir piiMible: ntKMorlilii Laundry Done In I'lu.s 'Sourpuss DinKbat
Mrs. J. M.\ Brownloe spent several Bioi 11'.. Jack.onvlllx. MorWu.Ally \ I Iliink' nt stni-ku. In prlnulpalItiHtiillnii'iita
Is
She confined to
Shadycrest
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for l lf.
10-T
4t IO-S foll.jMU.nnnnii
BOOKKEEPING dAYS I last week with Mr. I Hospital. UN Only & ('h lp. II 'Batman & I.and'i ICIAIRE DODO

and Mrs. J. K!: Wilson. In Clrrnlt Court, llrndforil Countr, ilu* nn*aenitier < UOOY tOMIXM HOIMCT5
SERVICE Mrs. Thehrm Thomas was the li', lOt
Mrs. A. W. Anderson Sr., and weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. MorldMl' In. hanrt. rr. ir.lioou. due inul payable. January. Minute*. It Is Plus Latest<< News
orothy' Viola. Sweat ItrnokK. 1'laln- 9. I I''>MI, anil In thlrly-fl\e: >) ail.Ittlunal. -
John Redgrave spent Saturday Dave Fcnoyer in Jacksonville.\ tlff YD. lliirulilV.' "'.....k... lirfvntlant. .i.iuul. iviicieHHlve "numthlvprlnclpul Washed Spotlessly Sunday & Monday, Ocl. 9, 10
afternoon In Jacksonville.Mrs. i'aHn s... 71i5l.Urilrr : \ : Inntalliiionia::: of f Soil. mleaoh. 40 Thurs. & Fri., Oct. U: A: UDOUHLF
Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams and tit l>uhllii>tl.>>. to iikiiturlna' .: una inch ntunthcoiiinieni Clean-Ready
120 So. Walnut St. E. K. Ferryman returned.l children John and Jane were Appear. ,STVIr! U.. Kl.l>lll II t tot IIIK K.briiury li', IDTiil.., an.) )() : FEATURE: -

STARKE FLORIDA Wednesday from Bethelehem Pa., Sunday guests of Dr. and Mrs. .ro.d l ::: W.;."llrookn'U unknown:, whonii: : rrnldenrpan .. anv hIt or :nil- .option Inxtnllinvnta: :In milker before to ,matuiltv. pay' To Iron 2-X V Will JAMES'SJWHHR.KHHOUI

where she visited her son and.l Marsh E. Adorns of Jacksonville.\ You are r>qtllr..d to appear onNov ..",,1 with lntvrtii.t' on thopiluulpul .....-...-
:: 7, 19411, In th. above namvdCourt liiiliincim from" time" to ) I
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. E. Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Merlong anil, riiu"". wherein plnlntllTHeek time" rcinalnlliK. iinpal.l itt I he rate' Cents Is All It RAY :MILLAM

j K. Ferryman Jr., and her new illvort-e, riixtnily and, rontrolof of SH I".nlllllI'.r annum ,payable mm 10THI'' menu .."elm'u.u
spent !lust weekend with Mr. and minor child InMtallinenta
and rentoratlon ofmalilin at the aame tli&teH IIM principal 40
granddaughter Janet Lynn. Mra. C. L. Robinson of Jackson nnmo. ITadfordCounty anil. toiiftlivr' ullli all fontaanil Costs! Try Our "
:0.CARPENTER'S Robert) Ford of the University Telnarraph Mhiill puhllnh ihlOrili 4'Xp..iiMHH nf iMtlleclltm lliclu.lInic ;
%
ville. >r 'In next four weekly |MNII HWltiiBi.ii r.'iiMonal.le ntttirneva' t...... pnlilor .
of Florida will] be the guest of his my hand and official Incurred by the luililer hereof Inor Service Soon!

uncle and cousin Mr. John Uglow Van Patel and family had as BHul at Hturkc, KlorUlu' thin IVIolivrOFFIClAIj about 'the ..cilluctlun nf thla note c,:;;.
their Mrs r.. Iq.". anil .the enforcement" of the aecurltyI
gupsts Wednesday AND
and Mra. C F. Ward !''Iunday.EXPERT'I. ( SEAM A. J. Thomai, unit tho nmker. h..reuf .Inea herebyplcilii -
tfargle Galloway and baby Linda An Clerk of eald Court :,' anil, irritnt the pavee hereofa
Sue, of Palatka. Py lint. 'en frnpit.v.. U. r". flint Ili'n n\rr all th.. net re\enu...aof The Washeleria Plus 'Some of the Deal' & Devil's Henchman
I T. Frank.' I-nnilrum, stnrkc. Florida, Ita miinlclual. ,, WBIIT' ,plnnl amiover '
Mrs. John Christiansen Is visitIng Ally for rif. in. 4t loltOrdlnaitrr 8 all nf the net revenuca of UHmuiilclpul WIIUwmir. B..xlcrCARPENTER'S
her .son-in-law and I Hitht ,plant', ami the iliatrlbutloii Sl.1: Temple Avfitua latest News
daughter nil each of them" ,
of them
>... 121.AN : \ u
Mr. and Mm. Johnnie Jcnks Jr., from .th.i .lute of thin note uulll' I .
I Olim.NANOH: to be entltl ,! an note I N fully palil ami iloea ..

In New Orleans. ::::.I.ln'a:: : r.'lx-iilInK; that portion of aueclnllyiirrntil. \ ..".1 repreaent Ihl.1 ......-....-...-..-..-..-..,- .-..-...-..-..-,-_....-.-._..-. --,-.,----.-..._ ___ _.._'_'_ -.--;.
John D. Anderson. returned to of Ordinance :NoreiiulrliiK Haiti. ..."I'r plant IM In.lcbleil' to ----------- I
the payment of .a fee tolh lleneral, Kunil, of .....101ly\ In
his home here Tuesday after rereiving1 .. City of Hlurke, for the IHHIIUMCBof .amount" In excexii .if. tha. ... ",' .
his discharge at the n'1.J' liull.llnH'" : permit. I I ami, Intcroit ..r thin note, ami hut. .
IT OI1I I>AINKI> by the OltviC'oiinill until' I'ltv will not iieirotliiKi' <>i .
Army Air Bntce In Orlando.L. :: : of th"' City' of Mtarke, ITad-i!' (.thetli.c (!lMiHo|. of. anv of the : CARPENTER'S' CARPENTER'S t'ARPKNTEKS
F.. Moaeley has resigned his foul" County I Florida: \> ilt",l anil, "Sewer' Hevenue fertlll*
Mertlon I. That Hni-llon 4K of eaten" hi,.lil, hvI\ for im iceneral fuml
nosltion with Humphreys Gold or.llnani'e. iinnilmr liiHofur IIR without 'iitiplvlnar' proceeilnthereof
Corp., to accept employment with aid, Hertlon ri'nulren the |"11)"t i iof : .1,1 the ,..n.t: thla: note;
a fee to the of "Htnrko. for1 1 ,
city ""..t """ "I1I1"M" ua itMeil\ herein meiinM
"epa' the State Farm at Ralford. the iHHiiuni'H. of a nulldliiK permit all r.ivi'iiuea except actual neceaHntyopralluu Treat Yourself To 0r
PRESCRIPTION Mr. and Mrs.\ Paul Love of 1 be 1 and ,I the Njim. .* IH hereby". ....1..1.,1.1. I IHertlon HXpeniieN, ; n ml ,aalil, City Chicken Salad Plate
2 That In all further warrant" nn.1. repreaentuthat '
SERVICE Valdosta Ga, are guest of Mrs "HpiTl nalil "Sui-tl.ii. 45 or (iKliinnienumber the net 1 r..v..nu..t. Mai.I,, water. .
PHARMACISTS Jesse Newnomp this week.Mrs. ,, -- -- ..hall remain. In full, plnnl cioci'.tii tho. prlnclpul amiInternMt I Il Made With Delicious Chicken. Hard- c

ON-THE-MINIT SERVICE \ J. P Stevens from Sanford force and J effect.That from and after I I.Mcillon I ,l ,uiilm\:; .'nccruliifr,innbere.t',;:;: 'except>n thlM for notii: mililrevellil. amila :: boiled KKKS: / And Celery. INCLUDED:" :

Chas. C. the pa..naR. .of thin orillnime no .' ....rllt..lllo.. hebl for theirenetal / & .
> week with 50
the
spr nt past fee Hhall .ho i..harared by the City fuml of Hfllil, Cltv. llll.lthat, I .*. Chicken Salad
PHONE ShepherdAt her daughter Mr*. Ned Yancey. of Htnrko, fr t tint InHuiincu. of a tha fveniiea of .,,,1,1 l IlKht plnnl .i : I .

Mrs.\ W H Nul'man has had bnlldlnff pii 4.' mltHectlon All.ordlnnnreN are "..I".r..l." "Habl. bank. may.at ......: r cJ: *. 'Potato Salad ,

Day 64 Night Gay's Service Station is rprent guests Mr. and Mrs.\ ordinani., .. In conflict herewith or parlnof .. nn\.. lime.tnryM It cr ili'eniH, Inaurflclent the Mecurllvnni.iilli.fiii or L : .*.. }Lettuce<< & Tomato

are hereby retxMllcd, .mv ili'f.uilt\ In the ,paymentnf I c I
Crosby H Dawkltw of Jacksonville upon" ...
Hin'llon I II Thl ordlnnnci', Sal tines
.. Hhall I.l e- anlUMtiillmen',. '.f 1"lndlllll( orlnterei.1 lL
;----------- ; I nr and Mrs. rV. Dennyind i nine .prr.cllInimiMliatcly' upon ltpiiBHUKe. upply' ". onv filmli, *, cr.*illtNor

L l HIM 'urlt I.'M of Hi.* luaUer In HHhaiul
Mr\ and Mrs.\ O. 1':. Lanipiand
I.. A. <'"non.. I'reBl.lent, t'lty tniviiKlM the luivinent, of. thlannti
children. Jean and Glenn of Council I In..II".. then iinmntiireil" InatalliiMintH filh'd with
<< are
Every Branch of ATTKSTCall, .FolinB, ritv ('I ..k. I'pon. anv ilcfnult,, In the Your prescription'needs
Savannah Gn To .the llimi'iithle" Mayor of the pitytm'nt nf anv Inelil Ilinent, nf pllnclpal Fresh Coffee
Mr and Mrs\ E. Q. Jerr'rk! oft. City. ofMtnikii I herehv, .'..IIIY Mint ol,' Iliteieiit. I the hiibler. "imiviliiclilie cure and skill usinjr only the highest .
I Ih. above nod' rnreicolnic. Onlliiance ,
INSURANCE the entire iinpillil plluclpillbiilame ,
Petersburg arrl1. oil Wednesday wan. .1 II Iy Hj.iixcil, and paneed. .by". !, of 'Ihla noto. tnicether with
for II'I.lt with :\11'. andMrs the' City Council i : : of the I City I of i, all nnpal.l' IntereHt. to Much time, tolit. finality drim/: Our compounding may ,
_. .. Htnrke. on Hi.1l.t day of Annum, .. Imm..llatelv. \ .
-- L. S Hutto.
All. I ill"I hll.- In Call 1 SxBBlonI'arl IIn.',. Much ili-rmiH,, the entirehnpnM short waiting period for each
County Auront T 1C. McClftne.Ir. 1 .InhnH, City I 'lerU." ,>, Pllmlnnl' ehall beat' IntrreMlIII require n E- ofThe
The above iind foreirolnir tirdlnance the blKheNt rntu' llltoweil. by Inw ,
., li attending/ convention of "' ''M r"'lv..et, I by "me ami approved I "For III" payment, i.f 'Illla note the prescription i U filled exactly as your -
H. C. WALL AGENCY the National ASHorlntion/ of County bv im> on thla Slut, day of I'ltv ,.f "Hti.lkn, pleilxel MM fu II fall h. Day
AniruM.. A II 111') ....
credit iiml tuxlntf, V" Agricultural Agents' 11Den. doctor has prescribed.
.1 I' ItohertB, I hnlili r..1 MM option, may eoncurlenllv -
PHONE 116 ver, Colo.C :\""!"'' .., lh. < PLEASB '
,,0-7 'It II) I '' linvv or herraflur. provlileilIIII.I.T
J. Srhapfer received! his dmhnrge -
I iiiiplleiiblii .Intv "Habl I'ltv
Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- from the Navy on October 0..11"..iire %' o. IJO.II fitrth.'i wiiiruiiK, Mini. I reprehent"that :
3 and han returned! to Starke It IIIIM full power ,to boi'row
An. Orillnanie to .iiliMent. adopllna, nil In .in tlelallnic the "ninney ,I'l-preHentell, bv IhlMn'ito, Fill Your Prescription Nwilit /J(110,. Xigltl; !
where he will r nidn with hU wiM votlnif any that Hitch,, power bin been rill Iv amil.Kiillv RKMKMItKRl(
miin'lpal' !1.'II..n I hoi,I 'In Hie I Ityof It baa full
-- -- xcn-lHeil, Unit
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and child on Route 2 He hat "HtiukePud .
to pliultre. HHliI net revenuei.of
Ion I It IB hereby ,bvtho power
nerved six years In Ue Navy. adopted each Mali! wiili'r' I plant ami IlKhtplnnt
City Council, ->f tb,' I'llv ofStarke
-- Chapter 151S .Lawn "if FloiIda. '.. ,ami mirh power' ,baa beenilulvHIM thin
exercliieil that
l 1114'1. ,'.,iHtlnit. to abBint ,.'Inlt. '' | leKallv Phone 64 NIGHTCARPENTER'S !
valbl anilMndliiK DAY
note In all rexped* I In n --
:
----- ------ WANTEDTurpentine Section 1. All ordlnaurxH orpnrtBof : obllirntlon\ ': of until, Cltv I. ami::: -

iirdliinnccii In conflict herewith ....1'1 aum uf t ji,5"0: ..nil haa
that l he
Full SALE: t..d! rartlM, phono- SEW Hlnirrr "SetvlnR' M.icliln1'ai.h ..> are hereby repiMiledSection : \ been bin,,rowei| by .mil.) Cltv fromxii
lira phn pnrtablen.. 1.H5 up. Chan, ft Term* m-e nvnllahla In Leases! ::i 'lil< or.l'niinie' ilmll .,,10' ,bank, in meet current .xpcnaeaof
<.. Shepherd Kudln. .* WeBt Cover., thin "Hftlun nnly I ihrnnicli 8liiffrSnwlnir take effecl, Iliilil'fliuttt'upon 114pilBBawp. nnlil, Cltv. an.l that .Ihla note' IMolllv
(:oiilt, & Madlvon S'''. Mni-hlnr, Pn.. 402 :'l. Mar WILL 1 ) ALSO IJUY I II. I oxecut.'il,: hv KHliI Cllv IhrollBllItM i
lon tI.., I.ak I'lty, Fin. rhonAIO. .. I. A "Cnilotn, frehlilenl. official) thereto, duly
(0 write nr %liit our Hhop. iiurPnlem YOUR! TLMHER: "Couni II proper
I-'I..KIIWtl.I.. IJIClL"'U' A S..v Ice <,..n' will vli.lt ATTIOST: Cml 1 lohnM City ClorkTo 1'1 uiithnrliic.l
hum ui>un reinient. ifK In Hulk Unit the llonoriible Mayor of "IIy of "Mtiirkn ir'nrporal' Heal. )
; yuur or
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::1-. 4.. fl-ln '. A ..un.p. I i Thy nf "Stnrko I hereby certify Hv .1 ,I' ICi'hertu H* Mayor of City
Ill.tallPilI'huns A rrlMilrrdSELL l With or Without Land the abovi. an.I foreirolna iirillnnnciwart of Hli.rke, :
13, or "'rll" 101.J. for carpenter. AI S<> 2>rin.'l ath duly .n.ited| | and paBHed bv t An.l by Curl Johim, .an Clly Clerk ..
". III"'".-Ia.t'rTMacel.n : I-HUyr ,I r..lnl.tlO. trailer Mpa.'.. PlnehurKt WRITE or CALL the ritv\ Council' '' or the city ofHI of Clly ..t Htarkv.Ami Gt t 1" Th t' Store Where \-1111.--L1L. HI a rkt'. Fl.i.
ny. ToiirUt 1'iiiirt, nt. lOll atM iirk", on the :2lrd ilav of AIIKUBI, of Phone .
Stnrkv' citY limit*. I'linno 17 AH. lM'l!" while, In Call Sennit..,n, the Mayor' nnd "Cllv, Cleik. nmlillreete.l Filled "
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VV. PARRISHPh. City of tl." "ike are niithoi'lued' 4111 Prescription* t
rinK 11. 3t"|>IOI7KolI Call, 1 Johna, City Clerk .. .1 ..Inllver ')
YOUR TIMBER The almw nnd to "k. execute tt
foreBToloa Ordl.nanie
3 I-a\\tey, Fla. I .".'h note In. the. "IIIIIIIH of theClly tt t
received
NOW ItKNT: Kevrrnl riirnlfhinl 3-, WIIM by me anil ap.proved of Sliii-ki, on or ..i. of Heplember.
Prices Paid 4-. & H-rmmi ",. ,'. '<*ntit. MtidHrnconvvnl "v..mv. "n thla 3.1r< day ofAUKUMt. 10. I'M'! *, upon MecurliiMT' .au.'h loan t
Highest Cash ..nopn. Kncloneil: yard with A II>, I'll'. HIM.I Ion 7, Thiit. ui.m Kilch loan

".wn. f'rffr pvoplo. with mnallrhll.lren. I I' KohertK, lhi.> Cllv' Hill al ll. emienae fiirnlMhii1.1 ,_._. _._.__,_.__, _._ ,__._,_._.__ ----.J
Mavor of the of11..1'10.... _,_ ----n-n-
nuTTN BULK Mrs t. C. Wynii, Ka: lSturke. City Hank. with tha opinion. of aillMlnlereMte.l
WILL 10-7 .It 11131Orillmlnee
9-1 UK. uttorney ami of City

OR IN UNIT 0 ..... Attol neyHettlnii 1
IV'J: \
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l lv lunw-in lin-il-
Full UBNT: In i .

EDWINvT PECK a.lion.101"3-rni.l : rfnt.furn.lit l l..ilonlul&ttairA Inn.aiii" ItnaH'.n-''''01 AIMn"' IT'3PICTURETAKIHG: "'the IV Cllv It. Kloilil.or.lalned,Council,. Ill and or ri'irulal the reeolved, City fi'iHinnUBBembl. hv nfUnrke. | 1 .... i,warrant, i h.H' lontulneil Thnt lea nil uml,of In repreHenlaIIn lh",,.'h recllatnn notean BEAT the SALES TAX! ::;. ,

Or John W. Turner ItFOR .. dHecrloll tin' in fiict.
.MMillmui' Ht ... .. ... I .nil orillnancea. amiliiii
TIM I Tlllll'' ,It, I. Bi-ai for Hiniloii 'i Tbnt
463
P. O. Box FIFNT1:: unflirn. hnu f ..ll NW the Clt .ir :Mini< ,ke' t i iiirrow V24,- IK ",f ,iiilliiiinc. <. In conflict herewith
I Gainesville Fla. ..tfr St. Mrx .1 H .S..VIII.".. li|I' Ooi> Oil ti> iiieMl' .iiiiint, expciiBHMHertlon uri heieliy r''l.e.leil.He ..
"hall
That, the cityValer ,.11.," III' Thin olillnauce.
...IT'S r 5 Burner OIL RANGE
i '.' l lor.. -
and I FOH I1KNT: 4 rni tioiiw > BEDS
Send me a postcard I li.irphAH. llorhth A wan*'' linnilr, ,7f/P ; SOFA
will come see you. nt th. T.ltllStur." .' t ml K: ofSinrk a Yes The Tourists; And Transients Like
,I .. nn ,,1 l
I '1 fc Our Fond With Built Oven $79.95
MVEHTOCHMAIIKKTl lI.n'n" -
81-W.\\NF.E COr.NTY C'n.r tnllrr I ;
rJ:
: Auction aale fttc'hi W.rtilwn.il 114' M AVfllaut Ht.. I'll j:; .
"p Tal0 hv J. I'. OdornFurnli.nMl ''I"'n., .. A Klmr l"V I.nko hnnmH furn RI. e -\/'I:\ Hut UP .1111| hiitf time to ( .aIPrlff
,. "" !,n" T,"'" n"" ""A ... I'nfiirn. A Ixi Apt, tf { / .. :5 Large Html (iiunt lltirntrsI'a
IIIII ; : lie lioint foil. We -
to I ) apprcilul.
Cnllnr K-flnt. nil >a.o :; '':-<< Cooker KxcfllcntIIVIlAVc ; 111..r:
Apt FOR KENT. FOIl SUF:: nO ,, t :
'T: I. : I 1& ., Fnctnrr r.rf>n.lltlon..il. liken ,( ,..... n. -1.1' .
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:8J1 mpl A\g.? ____> Dhnn..w ITS, UrartforU .;n..lo..rl".. .\. ) 1J.. --'C: '" .. )our lni...liii>i.4 anti ahuty.

roil "'!.\I.E: II cil, ft. Blanl. only eapaHtvI'hll.i. 33.50: fo.'f 'i2 _II ,, 'L G try to .|ilciifti" iiur frli'inl" at home.

d.....n .. pmt.r.frlni-rator All a..lil*.. i.alur..a.II. SrTWINO tA"JJI'IJt"ln..r. anilc.th "';\ 'Y """w Hindu TM; f .' t
Na.worlhu.o.ral TI2'PJAVANTKH '|, r makHii, .l.-rerla or lr.'ii
..11... f"r !... 'Low prl." r *.yt -:nr"S.Tiv: t D 1

rm.. All m' "**.* nwln.. mnrhlnriMinlr tV..kn"r ,...., ....... Still !Senlnsr Our Famous Hu..inl'l4len's! : TABLE LAMPS
TO ri'V.' jJJ"rtBlilh"ew'IJa: *") .. vtinrant.** nnr i i
.. trur-k oallH In Slarkrv
.rvlo"
: :' an *r?:: ;'r ; .. ; I "rv w..*.k. F'h nr writ.* ThfHowlnr .. LUNCH :50c>
si.wln 'IoIhop. ZI? MRln tit. tI. fhim. 211 K Miln Ml. !''I.I 4'"

llilln. >avlll.. .'1.... Ph. t 04110HI i Claln".vlll... Fla. Th. IDIO. 4tlotl: I -Time for GUIDO GRILL Reg. $89.50 Val. Reg. $10.95 Value

at nr.'T7'Tor": M.
furn. hou" tin >nn -
l-'i.lt uliNT: ft-rm. I Foil
HI 4 K:. Tin ,ft. AI.O pluoo fol a.1.. >. Ht furn _rn" ntov*. r.trlor. COMFORT SALE PKICK:
tI .. II I Thom,.. at I. 11. A Iv'tr.' lit clro hratvr, Don W )t.."IM..n. Up EXTRA f.y.o. Kopn.nCSO'4 SALK: I PKICK:

.... ,......",.... .....,,," !tno'l' t EXTRA SCENIC BEAUTY ,
; Yo.inanow. tot fr nhnnIn
HAI.R
:
FOIl
ItXKOAIN'' !I..... hou.... on .'r." *' about 2 wh.. n..aMnnAhl.> "H.... EXTRA CONVENIENCE i $69.50
ln.iilr Ilollywoo.l C..m.r8 I1lt' < Horn.. ninlvclln' It!. *. l<"* IPK I 55.95Neter
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OIT" 1 liP
joI".p. (Stark __ GREYHOUND PERMANENT CO LOUS <; << Wine Be/ICe/
HOME : r en ,
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hu"-' At 1-nM Mrnori > TONI
K: H-rm \\NTKI; TH lll'V 9 !
K.lt 1 HAI.K or TUI I" : NOW << I before hate we ri.skedjHiich :
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S .<- n ". I f. no. .. "A.'" ltn *r-n IUnl** lln.IU. .
:A A I.IKOP.,::,,1,1 wnt.r.lot C'ali P .": :"t''rm. : t. l>nx. 6K, Stark,. HP. .'1111". a ptrnlc for plinto bu|.. .Makes /into nice bed for two.

.. ..r writ. b..x Ml. 1I.rk... I Take la tlie folnVn hlihwiT* EASY-TWICE AS FAST t I lamps for Nil lit lie !

3'1'101:11: Tile T" Fll ,tmr %. .....IMI l and Hart .tlio.e. .ulintler, dirk TWICE AS "Living/ / Koom Piece of the

for hr....illnirVMrlunM II ing record nature's. eolormair.
Ktin M\I.K.Uln.l:: K"bbIU i bre..d.. I>...... or' W. InntKll ali kll1.b. fiurh a.. I Hunting, .Inning, hiking 1 day and bed of the night."
.", N. fI .'ah..t.. ..toW BLANKETS $2.95 &
"nllo. kll.tii-n
pnlrp. I trio whits 'iplO'Hl I' Aathrnom big fame* ere thrillingrhaplm up
Vl' qth. Ut. I. Hro te" lay a.phlt tll. flonrlnir.rm of tli,.. rail picture.Go Toni Rtflll KM. New Photo'

I .... M..III..", ....u. fit." M..I ....r.., > .lrnn '.. rubber tll.. llnoInum with Creyhouml. in caiy Nw Method l Infection!* lx>w !bow Our Itlankft & Heater IJsplulRA. .'; ). TKRMS !
.01. SEE
.11I..1.l ... I.UT ".M' & llnolrum tilt anI the comfort-.Now'* Ihe tim ave
...1....... bait .. .." PiKMH -"- Vlnrl. fall u. a* ISJ for travel. EX- Tom now '
.. new bonn in ..utn
JO) 11U/H1"
'".....1 (..M"'n.. 11....... trtKtlmat., nr ..1.lt f.ur n..wphop TR\9 a -and m it* little at ;j m USE OUR PLAN -

tlm. Hou. .... .-rn" un Court Ht.Jm ..100C.mpl.I.

l.alh.ItKNTi furn.: al<> :k-1Al'VP,1JV'ih'.. ,. Fl lr.r...r.. EXT3A: SAVINGS TOO The Sales Tax Is lieinv/ Imposed On The People Of Florida On
Jn... U.n Palm Tr Htark. Fla. MIAMI: 6.55: .... Tan! SUNCurlart.
.' : IInu.., la"... r'o". KV"Taylor Set N. !SALES: TAX !
ml. H. of -,t"rk. on liP Kr.Meat New York . 17.60 No wire. rubhrr N nrH

I. FOR *\\JR'\ T-rrn. block nom.., n.!<.. LAKELAND 3.00 -all plastic. .all-in-one.l.np* i

fuii. Interior, hdwouil fir.. lut. .lth &pin. .10<1.. 'II Ith a lIitk: ,,( A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
IT' S
ih
1 h.oy.. I _.ft. w..r.n. ...If. bearingan tr e uoar CHICAGO; . 17.95 i
aIM" .n rle..t. blU. H..w t. ... p.""I II.'.. fi>r lmmo ........ ."nllt U m... .'m ..."llInlr W. lj.k. 14'''. Johnny Chlhl...... P ORLANDO. 2.65GREYHOUND ,
J'v. ...... out 01 b..ln. .... J. ... | O. H",. *>". rltark*. ItP I U'0./... *.!..A'
............. 1 m'. NW ,.,.r". on R.HP.lt 1 PI... ,.".,.,,.. Denmark Furniture Co.

rur.l r.l. FOB "."."1: rl"ct. ,."1.. .th...p. II..J :

... rtl.K:: Clrc. hea.r. ..", .d .....n... '...rtl.l )rlffl.. lit. I. b... lI "P.... BUS STATION I KOCH DRUG STORE
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3NW '"> i wiry.
Attaway In"GREYHOUND
Tummy liP Tempi* Are. Stkrke Ph. I PHONE 151 STARKE. FLA.FRIPV. .

HALK HllBhtlr u_d llotpolnt"iVrt. FLA.
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vult alAW!:: STAKKE.
JdA'IIlNE.II 4U$) lit U.inHi"i. .
I AI'I.ISU low.. refrlir I I
nmlnKt m"d.'a' a. '. ml. H. "" i,ark..
.12. Iplu. ,as>. T.rrn..If d.."ilr. .a. wit lit.. t I.:. (. Taylor "P [
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"RADFORD'tOVNTY TELEGRAPn JT\RKE nORIDA' FRIDAY OCTOBER 7.I94I
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r."GD_ SIX

ulated I : in CI..lt c..t. .....'ow. C..I, at etarko, Florids' thu.. September I Is ('IrruPt. (....... 1I..dl.ed C..t,..
noses IS yl.rldaI. I. C......,... 13, '1549. : 'lridst I. 4 "J"lalntiff .
FARMER'S'' S Civ. HAMPTON SUNNYBROOK 11..1 .S.; )lelllu..rIOY, Plaintiff vi. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. 'flmnuis., Kivetti. R, I.ittio. Dvtenduttlt. vi Joniii. ease
.., have three turkey poults R..II I I,.. JIIcll1urlray. JJ"t.ndaol.rOa. A. Clerk of .hl {Court No.. Lynn 7529. Little

which are coming along fine but ny Mrs. M. c. Sw..y fly Vanda Crosby. Ord.5''Nn.., 1'.Uo.7IIU sad Notice toapp. John fly H".n J. l1.nlereofl(Crosby lCsq.Deputy, Richardson Clork. irieF 01. publIcation 5(550. of mel FIrldo. !N.tic. .to t.Appear. ..

? DIARY aa It IR the first time call't we have tell .... \lcM..rtray.Mmi. 0' Florida whoe rustdenn tntItiuoo'Il r'lllI: :: for. nt.lacksonviiio, -1e Florida atI Jeflhlie' Tynn Little(4orth whose' ('ar.Itia t'ndenis : :e.
ever raised turkeys, we tied addreui. 10. Jodlallol". 'l'aylorsvillC.
nOsl'tl.; MEETING: Little Archie Henderson 01 1.. i '"u.-u"dlorll;: ; You are required to appear onOctober
It .we have three tome or what 1011..011'1 ,. ('Ir'uI, ( 'uu..r, In the ...bov.nllm..rt .
1940.
Sam 7th,
McGarvey '
By ..
began here Jasper Is spending a few weeks You am requIred to copPer onflCtlPl' I'Irl.Ini' to ('I.oncery.
: A tent meeting
I 4 No use worrying about It as we 3... lDt9, In the altuv. naneI, W. .111". .... l'r'll'k. t'iaitlff, vs. Clara Court and coons, wherein
,1 P' I I 11 J The alllhor "III he glad to rt'. plan to raise them for food any- TU"HdIlY night/ with Hev. V. F:. with his uncle and aunt Mr. and Court II.lid "'silos Wh"rolll1lalnltf Read ,,Crock Lefendat, Case N... plaintiff Telegraph seeks dlvor.shall lI"Uor,1C""olY publish

Wp J C'Ph'c ItCn1.. 01 Lnt..t. concernuI I I way. They make a strangewhistling Tones, minister/ 01 the Church or Mr8. Floyd R. Crosby. 'I'ol"II"Rph set-ku" dlvor.'o.shall BI'aM.1CountY' p"bll..hIhl. Order 763\: of PhlIcstI..n. anl ..I"'" totppeJSr. this (:'ruler I In next 4 weekly :ieues.Witnese .
official .
__ uw 101( the acthItIcN. 01 fanner.. In chirping sound which Christ In Starke In charge ofse'vIr'e Eddie Cain 01 Gainesville .wasviiiiting (Ird.r, In aunt 4 weekly orCI"IIOI..alRl Issues. S I' till 01' FI.oun t .'tu I'"orke I ,our 1"iurida hanl, and this $< eitetuberit. .eaiSt
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Cros- ''Villi" lay hlOn" end ('IIIrR fI..d ('rock Wh"H", t'esl.ien"o
The tent IB raised 011
Bradford ( sggeMtlon's may .
Couni' hear luu4tOFFICiAL
: Is very pleasant to $ 'k., lo'lurh", this si'ptoinbur .
Creek 11.itd
IIn.1 alulress I. Iliul 95.
%;\i SF.AT! ) .\. J. Thontait.
$ he left at the T..I"lraph office or I S S SLOt'S the lot adjacent to the W. H. by SHtur'ay; night. UK. ivan Aiaen., New .it.rs.y: ( A8 Clerk of said CourtS

--- m&Icd to 8am :Mciirsey, Lantey, of folks. say thlll Is one of Griffin rellldenl'O and the public Mr. and Mra. Cob JlalsIOI 1\IrB. ,0Jo'FICIAI. SF-AI.) A. J. Thomas',, 3Iit .n required t. opp.or on LIeputy Clerk
'I i All CI..rk of iult ( urt.fls' O'tier 2tlh, I""tu, III th" niovonuin'd r.y.JI 'plro.by 9-14 41 so.1
.p .lorIIILI.Worked the worst years they can rem..m- ,fit cordially Invited to attend. Louise Ward and, Mrs. Lucille im'ei :: o 'roI I hleputy Clerk.I I ('uu't anl' ('all... wherein for _
Ji
,.. .. ; .
LovC'U attended the ( is I-i utui.uruiflty I Lift ,1llIlr.IICt ,'ecks. .Ivore.. nrAtltord 1I..dt..d County,
'irrult ( .urt.
Intetitatlon. family re- In ( "
ber for
L.. screw-worm F.I.F.VF.NTII JiIllTlllAYMrs. illOi. J"'k.ollvlll". Florida (',,tnty Tol.lfr."h slail pultll"h 'n CliflI'ery.
I"lorIlNt
We have had lot of trouble union) at Mrs. Laura MosE'ley's r..r IO2t'I'.L this 1'r hard this week planting soaking dripping wet around a ] Marshall M. Matchett en.tertalned Ally. Pit. 1/.30 4t rev han.l' anrl rfficiai. ..... Sam. Orgen 1'llOllItitt. V. FoffloO"K.n.
,
rotted In with It. but use Smearex 62 and! 01 Stlu'ke Sunday. O..C.n.nl.' Cua No. 7527.
Some
hero potatoea Rt Stark' Florida. this itu'l.tetIber. .
Put In lIome Red BlIa) potatoe with a surprise birthday FOil DIlChcaied Order .1 pobliratlon. .nd !II 0"" 40Sppesr.
the ground, but otherwise did not that seems to clear It up without Calvin Ward attended church 21. ititO.OFFICIAL!'. .5454. of 1"1.'d. 4o.
beets carrot, ,party, on Friday afternoon honoring Oak hide. will b. rer..h..d Ity SEAL) J. Thomas. r""ld..nce .is. 390JlOI"p..r
lettuce, turnips, from It. Have to too much trouble Except for at Grove SundllY. ( A. 1ffie tIrgen whose
lope anything her daighler Barbara the City 'uunell nt tho City of A. CI..rk of said Court Street: Ii'looklyn, New York :
mustard, radIshes onions, butter provide better drainage In our one hog which had a bad cane Clarke al the I.'lty JI"II In. IIlIork." J1y Haven Crosby OOIuty CI..rk. You are required to appear on
her eleventh Sl1NIJ.\Y SChOOL: I'ARTYMr. .
leOn on birthday lo'lorhl"111ft I IIUO: I't.; 011 'fU.K' 'r. Fr..nk 1.."iirutn. flla"k"" lo'l..r"' October 111h, IPt!'. In the aluovo
had
par8eY. which In otter the holt a
beans. collard Rage truck garden, as water Is IItand- set .lity u""I..r 17, 1 11411. al whh'htlm.
,.
10-14 .
annlvE''sary., Guests were members and Mrs. J. R. Kelly entertalned AllY. for l'lt. 1/-13/ 4l named Court .and can whereinpisintiff
.
Most 01 these were planted' In Ing In the furrows Folks around hole bitten out 01 her I.'ar. Screw. 'itti") place all bidi rocu'lvedwill I seeks .lIvn"e, anti othertiief.
01 the junior class ot the the Intermediate Situ- he. l.llUdv o".n..d .n" n'alal.ia.i ,
small quantities for our own usa.r h..re soy dry sea lion is about to worms got In itand It was really .n I Iii. following: ;z4HcI linealfret ,o'ru'iiI. n H A 0 FOil nr..lI..r.
Christian School. In School Class '. .
Sunday day with an Ice .. .k.u. U nun? .concern Brad furi County T..I".rAph"h..11
.
() to sell to people' who 8top in begin. but 80 far all we've had 11\, bad, and we were advised to cut written contest Frances cream last "t 'I a In M..5". t'4n'PetCnilpsnIk : 'rhie I. 10 notify all .u'ht'n. It maY p..bll.h. this Order In Itezttottr
games, supper Thursday nlxht. finished no.1 V..tIiin
to buy fresh vegetable" Put : rain and more rain the entire ear off but we doc.tared HIIII and Edwin Johns were awarded There were 1S: members 01 the : _,, I'lpavi.t I.,'..: ii.. ,... ..3,. I tsr. I .H"I"'rl.nn'.n a IhlOl ud, I mauls have filed nl'III.I..n I mv 'ln..1 10 WitneSs weekly my 1..u,8.hnnd and oftldal seal

lime In bed" where we planted C S SHad It and It finally cleared ul' class The said City reNerves the right toacceOt the County Jlldlfe of Brauiforul' (.....n. at ittarke. Florida, this lI..pt..lIIb.rH. : .
prizes. present ur reject any or all bid lK.
carrots. beets, and lettuce 10 a nlc.. I.'t. from Mr. and all right but not before the ear ot IY tot' Final It'hllrlf'' as AluniniN- I9 P.rOFIo'iCIAL.
City Strirkn. Fl"rkia J. Thomas,
Ice cream and cake < 1I''lnr ot the Relate of ledge" F.yuun. SEAl.) A.
these crops do better In a lees Mra. Letterman owners. 01 the welled up to twice Its normal birthday "'Ir.' and Mrll. C. C. Crosby and Fly Carl John.... City Clark .... Acid soli. On all others lmply size and stayed that way for a were served with scarlet paperbaskets Bule Crosby were visiting Mr. 8123 3t 107In ; 1..111.. H. [tIll. all Adnlnl.u'alor. 11" Haven. Cr..by, D""lIly Clerk.
.
Twin Oaks Poultry Farm located of nuts and used 9-2J tt 10-14 'Jlliani) I p. MOIrlit"n. Fifth Floor.
worked In Rome 4.7-0 fertilizer : few weeks. We try to keep a I candy and Mrs. Otis Crawford In Jack.sanville f Ireult. Court: Itr.dIorJ: ('oom.,.,I Clark dr.i.f.JRck.onvIIJ Florida
before planting. on the Gainesville road south good lookout for ticks and after "a place crd.. and given as tov- Tuesday. Flrl.Iai. I.. ''lnwq.r7.Litais In Circuit. ('anrtliradfr.I t'ouaty, .Atty. for -i6 4t io.1In
.\.1cc Jones Plulntlff "'....h'.. I. l..nu..r.'I. -
C S ot Starke These folks arc experts -, removing them dab on some. ors.The Mills H\Jnh\ Driggers and Othel- Lest Coy, Cy Defendant.' L'aaaNo. vs.itobert '; Anth..n'i' :'ierl. Plaintiff. vs. (1..11 ('".... 1I..d County.F'lrldst ,

"1ien a n..Jghbor hNr.1 about In poultry raising, having i iU Smearex. party wall a great success, lo ( Pete) Dukes 01 Lake Butler Order. 76:111.:D' .I1..I..n .nd NOIIeC to 910.Catherine 1521. \ .. befendant. Ca.., ': lloy In ('ksnu'eTy.Rulwarui Urubb.. .Plaintiff. 'V"

our planting butter beane he gave 01 experience In raising S S S Inasmuch aa the honoree was were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Appear. ,.1..1 0' 1.0"11))' ..0'Unh..t ...d.. of P.bIIr.tIue. .n" xotlce toAppeCr. Ida Mvrlle Grubb, Dd..lldant. Ca..

us the horse laugh! Said we were chickens years north, before coming I l'lannlng to set out our strawberry genuinely surprised. Kelly Thursday night. and allress T.... I.Coy unknuwD'YtII who. reaidcneo Catherine. Ciert 5440 who.e of r..a.n'Florida. cnul tOt No.Order 76tO.0' r..b.In". ..I... toAPP.sr.

foolish and that we'd never get up plants this coming week There will be church st Cor- address' Is 812 2nd Street, J..y, .S'rA'VI'3. 0' .OIlIU' 4.t
any yield before trost. Well. down here They looked over our I Going tf: set about 7,0.00 plant! Regret Is expressed that Mrs. lath Sunday. Morning and evening ci's U. 10.9 r""lred, ''n the to above appear nam.,1C..url nnOcloh.r CI.fo.! 0. NeW Jersey: 101.. Myrtle lrubb, ihuse r.al.lonc.I.
10 nn unknown
Wesley Jobne of East Hampton, are required .pp..r :
naybe. RO. but It we dont get any chickens and coop and made I as we figure that Is the maximum lIervlces. Everyone welcome. .seeks dlvorc.5714 cacao wherein' plaintiff October I1lh. 1949. ''n the usliovo Ytii are r./lulr. to appear onO.'oh.r
We will lose little, and if :we DO several valuable suggestions for I i number we can take care of Is critically III In St. Vincent'5Hospital 'l'eleiirsth shall I"blh.h Bradford, thu.CnUnlY Order named Court and cause, wherein. 31. 1949, III the above named
wherein
I Jackaonvllle. Her plaln'lit seeks dlvor.e. Bradford Court Rn,1 cause plaintiff
many In .
neat four 'Issues
of them we'll have Discussed the coming weakly Bradt"rlJ
get a mess properly. County Telegraph .h..11 publish .eeka divorce County
Don.t know 01 Improving our set-up, which we and he frIends. are praying for her recovery Witness mY' baud and offleisI' scsi this O"I"r 10 next 4 weekly issutea.'itnens Telegraph. .h,11 publish this Order.
with
the laRt laugh. season a
grower and trust she will soon bit LONG BRANCH at ltts'ke, Florida. this September: my hand and official, acalat In next four weekly I..u.
anyone mortal who KNOWS I certainly appreciate. According says the thing that has him wor' :n. 1545.OFFILIAL.! SI..rke, Florida, this. septeniber" Witness mY' hand and ,,,"Ielal .seal,
what the weather will be this to Mr. Letterman, chickens need ride 18 possible lack of labor to much Improved. ( : .REAl.) A. J. Thomas.As 10 1940 .l .Sarke. F'orldo' this "September'
Friends and customers were By l'h. J. L. StricklandMr. Clerk 01 said Court (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Th"m.R.A. 27. I9t!,.
winter, 110 we're gambling like I good shelter, clean dry bedding handle the crop. Guess there's al. Py n."on Crosby 1). C. Clerk nf aai,1 (Court (OFFICIAl I'1EAI.' ) A. J. Thomas.
do. plenty of fresh water and feed about glad. to see Mrs. Verna D. Foung A. J. ThumR". Jr., Starke. FI"rldll.lIY. Rv Haven Crosby. Deputy Clerk A. "'ierk, of said Court
farmers to
most ways something worry back at her usual stand In the and Mrs. Floyd Johns have .\ for l'U. B-DO fl 10.21Sn Zn"h If Dnuglte. 606 t.ynt'h "141,1g.' I Iv Hav"n I'ro.hy O. C.
e SiJeo before them 01 the time. .. .
most In farming. Jaekennville FI. & M..k lt'nul- Martin J. Pearl 312 Consolidated
going to try some broc. 'I Will Visit the Twin Oaks Poultry S S Shave Dime Store Monday after spending moved Into Mrs. Gertie Fall'- (1.,1' CourIUradford COlOn', ". OilS It. n..aver, Jackarnville. I"la Itttg., Jacksonville\ Florida
a week In Alachua County cloth'lI house at Hill Mn.Faircloth 1..1.. p I. .'hirneery.HoMe I" for Pit. 9-6' tl 10-? .A Ity. for Pit. 1/-30/ 4t 18.2t
coil this lall. Have started Rome Farm and see how experts raise arrived at "hat we be.lIeve 'I Clay Matte J3idrant., Plalnllrf.VII. .
HOMptal.! with appendicitis. Is Mrs. John Iv.'rett Harry fl'nnduranl, LIe.
plants, and when they. are large I poultry and report later on our Is a fair system for pricing grand- fend ant. Case Nu. 11137.O.d.w .
The Youth For Christ did not
enough, will transplallt to bed, findings. produce grown on our place and mother. .., P..U.nf.. ... t.n.t !4otIcn. todtPpe.
and grow like cabbag'e. One of I S S S sold to people who stop at the have their usual Saturday even- A letter from Mrs. Lizzie .'. "'r4'1''': 0' I'l.tIllIt 40.' R. B. ALVAREZ & SON TRANSFER AND
Ing meeting here as members attended Strickland, who has been In lCverett Harry U"n""r..nt' Wh".1 STORAGE CO.We .
'\'Ilh
the most succulent green vegetables th8 return of cooler I rOl\dslde. Folks stop In and want recilencn I. care William \t.
we wonder why more 01 weather milking Is not quite as to buy vegetables chickens eggs, the revival services. at Punta Gorda for some time states d"rant' 4jFs..nsbr.. NlOll" l'l..olln"u ,,,: ,
Neighborhood Chapel, In Flora- that she fell two weeks and \ are r"1ulr., 10 appear on
it Is not grown around here. At- bad aB It was during the hot etc.. and question ha always ago Orloh..r 81. 1949. In the above named operate local

ter we try It perhaps we'll know months. Joy, our dairy cow, Is been: How much to charge? home. This week the YFC and hurt her paralyzed' leg and hasn'L Court naiti, eauae wh..reln plaintiff u i
Community Prayer Service will been able to sit much :seeks iivorc'e flradforl Conty'i'elngral'h !! ) It long ,Uhtanceany'hf're
S e e still giving plenty ot good rich In reasoning the problem out up very :, shal I p.uliieli. I this Order r/ff!/ stas.oa
After wielding a hoe all week milk, with more cream than wo b. dispensed with. 110 all may attend since. She hope to be able to ''n next roar' weekly lasues. In V.5.
have decided that ourselves .
everyone, Tent return Witness nv hAnd anl. official seal. 51'
the Gospel Meeting home to Lake
got the bright Idea that come- can use. and she Is putting on ineluded like to get a lit- Kingsley at "Iul, Ftor".. this September: I, It.Mit4s5O. ,: j
one ought to bring an aluminum weight. She hi not due to freah. the extra for his So we here In town. before long.Thursday. 24. 1949.! ) EXCELLENTr
money. Mrs. Ann R. Guy has returned afternoon Hans Carter (OFFICIAL I1E.\) A. .1. Thomas ;
,
hoe out the market. It could until late ,will
on en April so we not look at the situation from the A. Clerk nf said Court
be the handle her to her home here after an absence and Mr. and Mrs. Dlckl" P.y HAv"n C'. STORAGEFCILITIES
done by having dry up until about three ot the l'rnHhy. n. '
standpoint buyer.If 01 almost three month, during came In to see It Mr. Strickland In.I. K. 14k11le''' 221 (Irahan'14ll -
shank and all but ot months
the edge b..tore then. In the meantime .IH"k."n elite. I"lnrhla.Atty. *
Ii person stops at a farm and which time she hu been visiting could help them with tracing !
the blade mode 01 aluminum we have all the milk cream for J'lt. 9-30 H 1021In

(which could be made 01 ltel'1)) and butter we can use. and plenty gets some vegetables he gets the relatives In different sections of their family tree Carter and ('Ir..1t ('DISCS:-n..1;; : Cout,.. Agents For -

and It should be light aa a leather. ot skimmed milk to feed the 1'.ogll. best produce available certainly the country. In August she wa Prescott 01 course, he helped S'SorI.l.. ... In Cbsneery.F.lwarl _

Make a lot ot difference in e S S the Io'RESHEST. So. the buyer the guest 01 Mr. and Mrs. Emory some He seems to be the main [..Lattnnzi I-teiuunt.. 1'llIlntltf('IIH" ,N v.,,. Ro.el..tI.nal" 7liU DeicherBros. See U8 first!

a days work. Lily the ct..mon fence bllMtf r Is getting something genii for his H. Guy In Washington, D. C.. and source ot information In this part ........ Of' 1'lIb''nf'' '''" nol ,..tl.." toSprier L ;
S S money with them attended Geneva Point ot the country They had just ( c'r's'l n 455i"I.tftii) to.itoce .
at IIIAt be
seems to shut out In L9tt.fli0. wiee reeilence I
After 110 much rain, everything the woods where she belongs. Ap- }3ut: .. II In addition to that, he Camp In Winnipesaukee N. H. left when Mr. 'and Mrs. Terrell and ",Ilr., ." ,Is 76 ,'lIrton tvenue.

patently the ell'ctrlc fence hus can get produce Ii little cheaper C. L. Houal'r 01 Flat Rock, Ala. Hickey came in. and soon after Staten lelisnI' 5. New l'ork'

given her one shock too many too, than regular retail p'lces, and MrM. J. F. HouKer .and Jerry that the Charles Fields dropped Yell, are 31.1 19.r"'llIli.. In ei I he 10 nIvo appear nanilCr'.i.'t otiOctober .

and In light at her coming fill'' then hoJ l is getting another bene- Colley ot Starke were. Sunday by.Ve had a full house for a and rauc. wlw.11I, plaint itt
fit. lie Is getting about the best guests 01 Mr. and Mrs. J. L. little while. socks .livorrH.sdforI. C"unlY
rowing time, she has decldl.d that I 'I'el"lfr"I' shalt puhllHh this. Order. Don't Bury Your Dead Animals
motherhood and fence busting do produce available and he Is get.tlng WllllamM. We continue getting new memo In next tour weekly istotWiteres .
I It u. little cheaper than he Recent guests of the G. P. ber or student In Sunday by JlAn.1 ,tfl'l ""Ctlrlnl seal,
flat go together Or It may be .t 1I1..rk... ,
this
Jo'hrhill. 'I"ponb..r
that she III Intent on producing K I could In a retail store. \VadHworths were Mrs. MarioWadsworth School. \"e still have preaching 27. 1049. FREE, PRO"lPT, SANITARY REMO V.4 LOF

new breed ot hogs which will bo We tudy retail prlcl's. and and her son John, every 2nd and 4th Sunday nights. (oFFICIAL ,P1-.I.) ,t. .t. Thomas.As .
(mil daughter Agnes, 01 Madison.Mr. There will be preaching here at ('I"k" rf said, Court DEAf) HORSES MULES OR CATTLE
impervious to the shock at all prices listed In the market quotations } Py Ifaven' '.r..hy. LI. C.P. .
electric fence In which case the for our basis In arriving and Mr J. A. Ivey of At'lunta StrlC'kland's house Sunday night Frank r.IIII".UIIIIlIlI'k." ... Florida.

'I pigs may be equipped with in- I at what prices to charge For Ga., visited Mra. Thin... F. October 9. \lIy. for I'lf. 11-30 4t aO-21 CALL OUR HONE OPERATOR AT OUR EXPENSE

i'example If eggs are Quoted at Brown and fAmily on SundllY. The Richard Lange have their 'n (.ips.uIt f',,ir5, .IIU..I, t'Uat5'.
72c a' dozen then we feel Justified Mrs. Fred Whltlden and small electric lights now, too. Richard FIorIln. In f Sencery. PHONE STARKE 189

son, Larry, with her brother wanted to repair the house before Katherine I..nll Hr..fCllt, Pllllnllrt.v. .
good farming In sllllng 68c a dozen for OUI'S. flh'har.1 'I'.nk I-traffiC Lt..f..I.ant. If You .lIa\'e ifflculty Call Our Jax Office Day
Van Alstine have he had .
Larry recently lights Installed. so I.'a.. No. 7521i.
with At least ,we think we have tI..I'. "r I'III.'utlon ....d ,otie. t"
tarts good plowing HOWARD'SDRLtJc waited little
returned from to Cocoa. a than
a visit longer some lIHA'ht or Holidays
,
.
.
worked out a system which \is '''p."" "en .r I"I.rlsln to
Mrs. J. H. West ot Ocala has I of us. We Cloy Hlllites will soon HIh"rd Frank flt'ctflit. whee ret'ilene'
Dearborn 11FT-TYPE based on what the buyer gets for been a weekend guest ot Mr. and think we are In some big city nnd alireio" I I" N.,. 31 A. JAX PHONE 45500
hilt money and that III 11 good 1'.it 1I1llIh.n; Fis'n. SIIvIII [lIa..
1I11's. Vernon Slade. On Sunday with all our lights good ( ?) I.'h...I..LIIA. Sail. 1 h I ',.....\lnll'Y..u '
MOLDBOARD PlOW, IItortlnK' point. There are a lot IIIr. and Mr Siodo and family roads and two stores. We are sure r.Ilrod( t. uueiear., on
i
01 people who expect to buy pro- O""h..r' 17'h.' 1549. In tue. above FLORIDA SOAP CORP.
:'No m.Uer how much )'011 disc' .n' hut- accompanied Mrs Andrew "Meads growing but slowly. nane.i {'Olll t Itnt cause, wherein
duce lit a farm for rldiculollllly ...
row )''ou cant eoned pane plo'ln.. I : rt's. Siotle's mother to her home Sunday October 9, Is Homecoming niiiniiff seek dl vor" Bradford
Job. 80 ..h, aut ust a pl..." thus .1.... low prlc"s. This probably goes Jllcksonvllle County. T.I.'nl'h, hllll. publl.hIhl Iovtors, Inlet Fla. I Ph. Orange Park 219&
In after she had: at Long Branch Church. ('ruler III 11.1 4 veeklv iases.Witness .
;rOIl C good 'Job .In thu .Ird pI...? back to the days when farming han'l' and offkial. seal
Thl. fI..b... MoIdb'u-l 1" .. too lie spent a two weeks visit here. We hope to see you there. my
was not the DUSINESS It Is to- .
.'IIaths.I ,. .
'o.d ------- --- ------- ------
David McMahon and Harry Hablee -
'1"0" .n. 8II' \'__ .
.,.. ..d low. day.We have sold sweet at the of Ft. Myers were guests 4.I
... to, 'h. ,..ct.... corn Monday and Tuesday In the home : :

lId..oll. T..elo .I IConorol. '- -.. Bradford County Market for 2c: 10f Mr and Mra. Luther Wattersoil. '
o..dI. a dozen Irt hundreds 01 dozen Iota
.1". )'OU ..." (1\11 on us. for reliable other .
d.p'10 .ad .1..... drug and had people stop In to buy //1 Norma May SWE'eney has enrolled No low-priced car ,
,
..II..u.n.d 10.. ..h.aI St CornS I)!' nd health iaePti.j at worthwhileI dozen and expect to get It for Freshman William .
w.... .I'h a ....... 'W IIb ,... ...11 and I 2c a dozen. Yet the came per- as a
".n of ..... and un'' ......I.m... Jennings Bryan University, a all these EXTRA VAL UES
.a\llIg. Ve prl.le ourselves on son would Into & retail store offers
.. .
.om. ,. Ii ...., Warn like' te //1.110. go hberlll arts college at Dayton .. you .
-. .0n"II'0.' :r01O b.4... get corn which was not nearly
; tho .scrupulous l'\a.tn.. which Tenn. With other students there : .... ..... ,
.
fresh and OOc SOc .
as
pay a ,
she will participate weekly In the
DIXIE goes. In'o' every single prescrlp.tlun doz.'n and think nothlng.ol It. city church activities which art ...--'o.- u "' .... :
At rate Is to 81'11 ..._ = -. -
any our plan .. '
correlated with classroom activitit's. 'A
'--
,,'e fill. I ," ""'"- "" c .
fresh produce, a little cheaper t< : ", -.: .
Inc. This training with Its ap.proach f .
EQUIPMENT, PHONE 79 than retail price and stick to to Chrlllllan lIervlc8. la M --ri7-i
that system. 111 01. ; ; i
South to the val-
1130 S'eet Main St., Temple Avenue Starke, Flit.I C SC giving country many : .--: -t.cL ..
alnesvllle: 'Ia. uable worker.. r r -_ .
t Iliad I hat still from \t 1)4015 or Mills MadA'e Gay 01 Jackson.ville r -

uncultivated areas 115 good for use spent Saturday and Sunday

In flllts for growing young plants, with friends hl're. CIRTI-SAFI WOIILD'S CHAMPION CINTER-POINT FISHER BODY
85 usually such loll III fairly free ;
BRAKES VALV..IN-HIAD ENGINE STIIR.Nf'. STYLING AND LlilI0V
from plaint disease such as damp- HYDRAULIC

lng-oft. Your Feet Know The

S C SAl'

... that th.C'lltht 01 a beet Difference

I I .lilt at weaning la directly relal'ed : anti ZtaioneLiigj4Y

I to the milk production of its -_ ;

mnl.hl'r. Therefore a cow whose ,. otTers you all these t tEXTR..t

CAlf la unsatisfactory at weanlng J'tllue.rat ..

should be culled from th.lh.'r.l. lowest cost!


S S S WY 'S ..... :

Slit nn t II... front Ior'h with aw. ,_

r Alice one afternoon watching; the

._ \ :S.-_ >'':; T" EI gigantic fireworks of a thund'r When You Bring Your

.I:, .; .;:___. ...':"" .'.. _d"; 7'I 111111 lightning lItorm. All ot II :Shoe; Repair Work To C
-- .-:- _I IIlIdd'n. a bolt ot lightning cl'oshed -
I =.-_-'.- _... ) .
I ":: ; 111 II Into a tree across the field' BIGGS & BAKER
<< II rm ;
:. -' II. 1:
from u., and, scared u" nut of
..;. ..I! .: Ecry; job, large or nimill giteti
._ -..... 1: nor IIkln"$ \\'henoth'r] Nature
"Itla the ,
our I..t u .rkman..hll'
'.:. ; puts on a show of power, she

....... --':;;.: '. -.----.;,. uiaKea! alt ot man'a efforts seem b"IIt ni..tprlw. _

I "_' -. _--- --:---_--- -- -. puny. Anyhow we duck'd into
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I the house aflE'r that dIsplay I
S S C

I \ SE-- \\11h th. coining of i'isl ".athl'r the Slyleiln. D. lu.. .Door S."a

FARROWING O we are thinking now of fire- WELDING -

wood for the winter Have a lot
for better pork production! ot good firewood In the back of L'e 3,

our farm In the torm of fallen t
b

For coneni.nc., effici.ncy and sanitotion build your hog house' cut trees up etc.and A hauled big chore to the to get barn.It E : 'c:J r

at CONCRETE BLOCKS. I' will provide dry, worm qlO.rt," and tI" (
Hils. yard but Its got to b. done or .
is oslly kept 'fre. from potositet.'Piere's a 'u' 10 fityur we'l\\ shiver this winter. : ,.

Phone ......... 'for complete detols., W. deli,.,: a S C

.. I, little pll" lire lnllll nnp. what offer the people 01 Starke ECONOMICAL CURVED WINDSHIELD FISHER .INCH WIDI-BASI WHIILS LONGEST HEAVIEST CAR
EXTRA
0 with their mother' milk Plus ex.tra UNISn BODY p1.. LOW-PISSURI. IN ITS FllLD
CONcnu SLOCKS.UlCKS.ASIS' I OWNO.IRATEwIth
feeding In their pig creep.The TO
: ant ic1nIty one 01 the mast PANORAMIC VISIIiLITY CONSTRUCTION TIRES with WIDEST TRIAD
\
: I
:: TiLl I MAINTAIN
: : ::! ._ FLOOI. DI"IN AND ROOF hogs almost go crazy trying

"-' .IADY.""XID CONClm AND CI"'IHTI to get at the teed, but th.-re are modern and finest equipped. ."..11 .;
only small openings for the pigs .A'.. .

: and they can eat at their leisure, welding chops anykere.
I MEETS ALL A. S.T.M. SPECIFICATIONS without Mama giving them I TOR ODE CHEVROLET CO.

bump In the belly as she knocks All Work Guaranteed

\nuis' Bui1dinSupp1y, Inc. them put 01 the way. SMITH'S GARAGE

STARKE FLA.We'e .
W. :Main St. South
1936.1048
Royal Standard (used) T3pc.rit.r AND :MAChINE SHOP

GAINESVILLE FLORIDA tilth 1-ln"'l 'aniact' Slarka Chevrolet Super..Sevlce Specials all this month. so ALL ABOARD FOR VALUES UNLIMIT[.')
P.O. flow 62 Phone 217.21R Good .ondltlon. '13. Bradford Temple Ass. fealurln9 1

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FRlIsAYV OCT BER 'J, 1949 BRADFORD COCXTY TF.LERRAPII. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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Baptist Church"Dry Presbyterian Church And Tuesday. ville spent Saturday night and were" visiting Mrs. Norman's parents -

I BROOKERBy i Edith Fowler and Bean Adkin- Sunday here and.re dinner 8untl"y.'e are glad to report
Shod Over Jordan" Is the Morning Worship 11:00: o'clock. I j Ron of Oalnenvllle visited their guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley

o topic of the message by the Pastor "No: Victory Without Conflict". ha :Mae Lewis I II II Ipan-nu last weekend MrRae. that Gerald Is much Improved -

during the First Worship will\ be the pastor's theme Visitors I Little Roy Gano of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. B. M Myrick of and hope he will soon be ableto

Services 9:13:. this Sunday at the are Invited to attend all our W MEETING: I visited his grandparents, Mr. and Gainesville and mother. Mrs. Sue attend school again. Geraldwas

First Baptist Church Starke services. The WMU Installed their officer Mrs H. F. Gnno, last weekend. Myrick of Lake Geneva, were
This is the continuing story of Sunday School 9:45. Attend a I Wednesday night with Mrs. Mr. and Mra. O.V.. Barry dinner guests of the H. )f. Mc- accompanied home Sundayby

D I pk jlPE.'TECOSTAL Moses and Israel out of Egypt. growing school for the study of Rsy Tenly, Asaoclational President I visited Mr. and Mr*. C. C. Dees Kae's Sunday. his grandmother Mrs. If. M.

The Youth Chorus will sing' dur tho will of God. The Bible Is giving a talk on the dutiesof of Branford Saturday Mrs. T. N. Norman and son McRae. who is spending a few

HOLINESS cm'RCH OF JESUS CHRIST ing this hour directed by Mrs. our main text-book, but our ")\ew each office. The pastor! Rev. I Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Flurry attended Gerald of Heilbronn Springs days with him.III .
10th St. and Temple Ave. OF LATTER D.8.I T8 Moiut Canova organist. curriculum" Is adapted for age I Donald Martin gave an Inspirational the State Farmers Mar

Sunday School 9:43: a. m.; Morn The Church of Jesus Christ o! Prophecy fulfilled In "The An- groups suitable to all children. 111 message. afterwards. Officers ket at Webster Tuesday
Later Day Saints will hold Sun nolnted Messiah" is the sermon'! Friendship Class for men and Installed were: Mrs. E. B. Mrs. Lottie Edwards Marie I : IN
ing; Worship 11 a. m. Evangelistic ALVAREZ' STORE
;
women meets In the church at \\\\1\\ Establishedh189
Services 7:00 day school In the USO building topic by Rev. Haines for the j i Crosby President: Mrs. H. C.Douglas and Harry Edwards were shopping .&
I 10 o'clock Nearly
: p. m. Everyone regular hour of worship at 11. every Sunday. I : Young Peoples Director in Gainesville Saturday aft-
welcome. on Temple Avenue every Sunday second In the series 10 members were present last \
This the : Mrs. Wilson Green 1st Vice ernoon.
at 10 a.m. A cordial Invitation I I Old Testament Prophecy of Sunday The new member con- President; Mrs. J. ,.... Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thrasher of .. ..
Clll-RCH OF GOD Is extended to aU. choir directedby test has begun and our teacher,
Jesus. The adult ,,2nd Vice President; Mrs. Lottie I
Charles "'. la much en- Daytona Beach visited Mr. and Don't Miss This Movie !
Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor Mrs. Lucille Green will bring Turney I Edwards Secretary and Treas- Mr. Lee Crosby Sunday. .
8th St. Clair CATHOLIC CIICBCH the special music with Mrs. Mona couraged. He Is expecting at urer: Mlsa! Lubedia PtnhoUter,
&: SU. Sunday Masa 9:13: a.m. Canova at the organ. 'least 50 to attend this coming 'Community Chairman: Mrs. Don Miss Madeline Crosby Is teAchIng \ MOTHER AND HOME"
Sunday School 10 a.m. 'Sunday. It will be our yearly school this term In Lords-
School 11 ald
Sunday a.m. the Martin. Mission Study Chair-
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Week Day Mass 8:30: mm. Hour Sunday Service evening features the Happy sing ,Rally Day In all departments and man; Mra. O.V.. Barry, Steward.j burg New Mexico |: 50 Minute Talking! Picture' ( IN COLOR!
Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p tn. Miss Evelyn Stump Superintendent -j ship Chairman; Mrs. Howard L. L Parker and Truby PlnholMer ,
of and
Y. P. E Sesvlce Tuesday 7:30 dayBible ing requested hymns gospel urges every member man. attended Baptist Church
p.m. Study U Wednesday
Douglas
every Chairman
choruses. The Pastor's. sermon Publicity : \
and child, to make this in Water Oak Sunday night. Kingsley Lake Baptist ChurchWednesday.
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. at 7:43: for the evening "Spirit Filledor woman Mrs. R. F. Gano and Mra. Guy < I i
the best attended service in our I' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Culrmanof
. '-- Demon Filled" follows the Harrell. Social Committee; Mrs.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev. Youth Chorus directed by Mrs.Canova history.Junior Westminster Fellowshipt M. O. Harrell. Flower Committee I Mrs.Gainesville L. L. Parker visited Saturday.Mr. Mr. and : October 1 12 8:00 .'. 31.t I. i

"Leave It There",
Lewis D. 111 nes. Pastor Mrs. Morse singing at the Hammond. i > 6 o'clock in the Chapel. At Mrs. A. C. Martin of Hawthorne and Mrs. U A. Mott havepurchased t\ NO ADMISSION. PUBLIC INVITED:'
last week's meeting the follow la on an extended visit the N. O. Slokeahouse 1
Sunday School meet at 9:43: i and .. ,., "'''P' ..
having it
Ing new officers were elected: with her daughter Mrs. R. F. j are repaired.
"In The Heart *f Town And In The Heart with departments and classes for I Steven Davis, President; Oliver Gano. They plan to move In It this
the more than 300 regular at- Mrs Ja. D. Hazen of
I Asplnwall. Vice-President: Jack Sarasota
of The People"A tenders. with a staff of more : ,who has been visiting friends and week.Mrs.. M. F. Hazer .
cf StarkeVisited
Miller Secretary; Kay Rowland : CREWS SERVICE STATION
1'... .. than 60 officers and teachers.Training .
relatives here for her
Treasurer; Lucile McRae Missionary the past few; mother Mrs. John
Southern Baptist Church For AU People Unions gather at Treasurer; MargaretRose days left Monday to visit her I I Cone, Saturday.
6:13: for "training in church mem '' son, J. D. Hazen of Mrs.
Duncan Chairman of Pro- Dayton. Ohio j Hump Connely of Ocala
Morning Worship-11:00': Happy Hour 8:00 bership" directed by efficient grams. 1'for two weeks, after which time visited relatives here Saturday Sinclair Gas & Oils
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Sunday Sthiool-8:43 Training 1.'lIlon--6:.3 leadets. :Mid-week service held The Session of the church has .she will( return to her home in '} Mr. and Mrs. Earl o..lInlan'

Midweek Service Wednesday. 8:00 f. M. attendance weekly at 7:30 ranging: Wednesday from 75 with to railed a meeting of the congregation I'I Saraaota. 'I j Ogden Utah announce the arrival WASHING, POLISHING, GREASING

J 100 at the close of morning Lee Green and family visited of a baby son, John Henry
each week.A
TWO GREAT''SUNDAY'MORNING SERVICES" friendly welcome awaitistranjrer worship, Sunday. Oct. 9, to pass Mr. and Mrs. \\'. 1\[. Lawhon Sun born Sept. 3. Mrs. Gellman wilt EXPERT AUTO REPAIRS

upon the resignation of the :1[ be remembered as Martha Evelyn Goodrich Tires Tubes & Batteries
pastor
visitor or member alike day.Mr. ,
9:43: "Dry Short Over Jordan"-11:00: "TheAnnulnted ;Messlab"Happy Markey.V .
at the First Baptist Starke Rev. John Warren Kaufman. and Mrs. L. A. Brown. Jr..
Hour 7:30: p. m.: "Spirit Filled or Demon Filled?" where one la a "visitor" but once. Every member should be present. and Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Rltcli Leslie\ are sorry to report that T": IPU1: -:. OPPOSITE COUNTY JAIL
Green Is
of Galneavllle visited\ Mr. and a patient In Ala-
Methodist Church Christian ChurchHomer Mrs L.. A. Brown last weekend.Mr. chua County Hospital. We wish
'-talt The Church With The Visiting Pastor" him a speedy recovery

I RALLY DAY JSwlndi-11, Minister<< and Mrs. J. W. Thomas Sr.. Billy Onceola an Indian from
of Galnt' vlll.'jslted Mr. and MICHIGAN RANCH
.. .. the Baptist Bible Institute, will
------- '" Sunday I. Rally Day In the The Friendly Church In the Mrs. J. W Thomas. Jr.. and Mr.
Church School. The Rally Day heart of town.Welcome I and Mrs. R. E. bo with us In our services next
program will be given in theChurch 'I Hazen Sunday I Sunday at the Baptist Church S MILES >Ol'TM OF STAKRK ON KOl'TR 10*
r---- to a church which Mr. and Mrs.1I80n I
Greenvisited Everyone Is Invited to him
DOESN'T LIVE HERE auditorium at the 11 o' I see
clock hour. All departments prayerfully proclaims the whole j her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and to hear his message
council of God. JJ.I E Hardi-e of LaCrosse Sun
from the Nursery Department I U) ci, enZ
Our day. -l
I will participate in the program. of the New program Testament: The restoration' B. G. Miller of Jackson ,
ANYMORE SAD Church in I
( ) Parents are urged to plan to be Mlle PINE LEVEL
. present with their children at its teaching ordinance and, life ), visited her mother Mrs oQ oN
Our object: The unity of all Lottie Edwards. and brother Harry -
both the 9:45: Sunday School hour I Ity Mrs. II. \. MrRaaKir.
Christians.Our Edwards last weekend. I
Sermon Sunday Night At 8 O'clock and the 11 o'clock hour.
Mr. and Mrs. w
Eldon
Hardy of
There are classes to fit the motive: That the world. 2 I fiz
i SUike' visited Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. B. 1\[. McRae I
may believe that Jesus is the Lloyd
needs of all and there is a class !
ALL Citizens of Hampton who Believe in the for you. Come Sunday morning\ChriBt.We. I I Burry Sunday. and Allen mm. Lynn Hall visited at Ms the home bedsideof Q :E BRING THE: ENTIRE:;\ : M <
In
Madeline Green of Jacksonvillevisited .
Christian Principles of Decency and Present at 9:45: and see for yourself.. The I are: Undenominational Jacksonville last Sunday.Mr. i'III.Tn DIN E en
High Moral Integrity of Our Community Will adults In the Church AuditorIum her parents Mr. and Mra.
meet non-sectarian, fundamental pro Dave Green last weekeml. and Mrs. Robert Taylor IV tll'U CLKAN: CAFEHOME
Not Want to Miss! This Vital Message. for worship at 9:45: and phetical evangelistic.We I Jeanette Greener of Jarkson-,i: and little daughter of Jackson ,
from there to their classes.f .
.. .. go have: No book but the vllle visited her mother Mrs. H.
tlfts
'" -- you are present at time Bible. No
creed
but
t--, Christ No I H. Howard last weekendMr.
;;9. you can choose your class. law but love No names but those and Mrs. T. W
I{< The sermon subject for the 7:30 Markoy I STARKE
divinely No
given purpose but were In Jacksonville\ Friday
hour Sunday evening will be:
to serve. I'I Mrs. Rosa. Plnholster/ visited STARLINGC
"The World Christian Enterprise FLORIDA
." Bible School 10 a.m. Sundaymorning | Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins of OWNED
ar A I II worship 11 a.m. The I| Now Hlver last weekend
I You are Invited to worship
Lord's
11:13:
Supper : a.m. I Pitt Baxter visited relative
with us. i Sermon subject Sunday mOI'nI I In Jack..nville't.tlneaduy. and
ng: "What Is It That Divides Thursday SPECIALS FOR WEEK ENDING: ) OCTOHEU S, 1919

I I At The Tabernacle The People" I Bert Stokes visited Mr and WE It EHEU\'I-; Tim UICHTTO: LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry Streets

The Bible study hour Tuesday Christian Endeavor will meet Mrs. Gerald F'.obfits of Sturl.c!:

night. at the Tabernacle was under at 6:30: pm.Evangeli8t1c. I last weekend.Mr. c
I the direction of Clarence services T:3i: pm. !i, and Mrs. R. K Dukes of I
Sermon subject: "Are You A Dukes \'IalteMr.! and Mrs. The best!
I III Melton, who chose as his topic ltoyGreen very
I Christian ? Why :Not?'" I Sunday.Mr. i
"Salvation. 17-
Prayer meeting each Wednesday PURE 1
-
I Communion :was observed at and hits Bill Planter of LARD
the Sunday' morning service with : at 7:30:: p.m. The public -is Jacksonville visited Mr and Mrs

II R. J. Gomes bringing the mes cordially Invited to these services II. C. Dnuglns last weekend. 1.15.
I II .
sage. At the evening hour Sunday Mrs' II H. Howard vlHlted her

I the congregation was privileged liUHband, a patient In the hospital'
"' to hear Charles R. Milton, at'on"ertrd Church Of Christ at Orlando Friday.

I I Catholic Priest of Chicago \'. K.: Jon.llnl..l..r: Kftv Donald Martin was in

Pastor Bob Gray; I II 111., tell of his experiences Lakeland! on business. Monday Pounds 29c
subsequent. to, and after his con- Bible School 10:00: a m. Classes Sweet Potatoes (those good ole Ga.) 4 -

version. for all ages.Worship: -IT-. "'. .; ,-- .' -:" :., ,

I Come For A Seat I There will be other visiting Service, 11:00: a. m.
Early I I Sermon SubJect: all with PHONE: 218 lOc
"They
speakers in the near future. BREAD (have tried Dixie Pride?) daily Special
.
.-.....------------------..--.--... Watch for announcements .cuse.one "consent began to make eX-I I COLONIALFLORIST you

Lord's Supper 12'no.) I I

Young People" Class 7:00.: PLENTY

ENTERED ject The: "Baptism.evening" service sUb-I I i Super Slid OF 'EM I 19

held! from the tent that Is located I LARGE
at Hampton. The public Is ((,r-
dially Invited to attend
vicar. I @

The tent Is equipped with I '

,chairs and I Is fire and waterproof I BEANS Great Northern Per Pound - 12'/2c
It Is SO feet long and 30'' I ,
feet wide FI.oll'EGS

We hope to have/ It pitched in I FOR ALL OCCASIONS II I 39c
Pound
Starke in the near future and ex- CHEESE (Good "Rat"), Per - -

tend to the City a hearty wel- DISH GARDENS:
I
om to attend every service.
C
We teach nothing but the Bible. POTTERY I

We call Bible things by Bible POTTED PLANTS I Plenty of it !
names and do Bible things In

Bible ways. If you would .want FLOWERS WIHEDANYWHERE I I SOAP\ Octagon
yr to know what the Church of

Christ Is, "Come and see". Large Bar
Nona St Starke II

Kingsley Lake BaptistA

.
50 minute sound movie in __ .__ ._ I
full color entitled "Mother: And Be SURE To Trade At STARLING'S And Get Those Appreciation -

< iKit..I".JZ41,.,=.v. Home" will be featured during Lots Of Free Money!
{ .
r < "' Wednesday night service next Shoes R paire-d Day Tickets. People Are Getting

q I6ttJol : It's your big chance Io win week at Kingsley Lake Baptist While Last lOc
n ]l Church. There is no admission Cashmere Bouquet SOAP, Lge. Bath Sz.- They
J ono of lh.*o 700 prize: !
1. Dim 'to" i., ford Dialer,, an tad frnclu/ should.. .< lie IIIIty i charge and the public is cordially .f-lf.WAIT RISING
",.pl.I..I rosier' iHowii' ....... cH..H'"d p Mdiu'y bouuM...- U. L- Invited to attend. The service! "(lest in town for the money!' SELE': -

.,. Chock. ", W r"llS begins at 8 o'clock p.m. )
C S -
a. Gol l fit ftly -
4. Mill Mini kotbrcOclobof uiwd"ts4 C: ,.. _" The picture contains many
Blink.J. 'red -Crd/M r
sitify ISMtnu md Enliy 31, U Ford GrSatr. _4 Door Cntofli. V t Fold Stdm ..."''.... beautiful outdoor scenes and has 47
In M wads M Ion oil tnliMink Conttil, HoodqiMrlort' Its /727 ..>m ..*+... >iK. .r.<. ",,' BMI.... 0.- true New Low Prices!
J to
flank Hut .,.'.....1: "All CAp. n, lib..... t nor.sod. Whit imnat l Tmv a life gripping plot and
message which presents the solution
.
(1.1) t'o' .ny ilea Ttnlnr'toilki'UI truck+ may be eonald.r. blank imly. I'rlacnuin 'Iwrom* thai propttrford. ] t Iw/awe II UImmmt' Is an all Christian production; : ,
: .:.O'I:; : ',.rtmrly. <. <- >i_ nin| rt to ( ) .
,...... f / Inoffensive
e41e lnr.i r.tula- 1 /Op..ea yt positive In !it*
( ) Contort llmllod to contU .ndnll.07b1.. -* Caaoril. Only aod.I F S. VtiaM.lK.la l salvation
.nl4t' U.M. ." n (aft w'Inn..smr will bpuabNi I' body, 151 i incll &MIMM ODD Ir. _'P oG .
(c) PriaM*Y....t.cI MI stir at all' Ford UnOOTor. not R k. MMint Air' Hoaw Oofomi *\ n-m to rM to* Solesl4'omrn
blank, iwar_ art .mr rlty.orliflnalUy Uur taaa" txmmbOT 1. 1S<.. i of Iho,. n or .... ... St. Mark's C i) ;
.nd .p.n. (.> Conlaat sped to all nab: M COTMII; Ulir Monk EpiscopalRev.
'ria'
Ju+ .d.wmhalr. =.oIJ"tf; d.aa of U.8.._c amplojra ,
nt. tint"' In..... .- a,a,< lord Motor (;ompan". .'t6t tIOO o iJ.$ .
Eulriia must ubmlu'd 1ft Font L>.lara tk..lr 11'I...._ -- B. E. "Simmon*. 8.U., VicarSunday
or,.d.nn-.." Mld of ...ai.t0.d,.,,_.Owns....... 'D' OC--a U..II11- 80ttI I October 9: Church Indies' Lifts 2c; up I
I tmly sot airy per car w l School 9:4.1: a.m. Morning Prayer I II MILK Armour's Tall Can Everyday Special lOc

j 'vo o t's and Sermon by Rev. S. W. Crealey SHOES: SIIINED I ,


oaoaGO ,',, s4411tta'ts 4t pm. 11 In a.m.cooperation Youth Fellowship with the 8 AT-- CORNED BEEF Wilson' Best Per Can - 37c

)tl.SMfItw youth of the Presbyterian Churchat ,
&1 t"i ;, :JIS + ( srtr that church. !

R 350 saax,1N01Kloss's; I STARKESHOE c
air net AST ter--r The church Is open d.uly for
mocrntIHlKTO"* Drive In today IrN1freA prayer and meditation. 5 lb. Fac.

f'RI Got your Fr.. Safety- Chock, Get your Entry SlarVI' 1 !

nsc.nr.cTIOV: .\r.M REPAIR SUGAR tory Pack 29

ANDREWS MOTOR Co. miuuisT cm'Kdi I
S M. Hud-ion, Proprietor
I
Saturday night Sunday morning
:Madison R.ldamsSts. Sla'rke Fla.
118 ,
Phone ATTACHED!
nd Sunday night 11 a I
J.felho-I Acres? !Ht. form Park Theatre
I 8 p.m. at Congregational

cUR - -
SEND IN ; ENTRY CONTEST: CLOSES_ OCT. 31 Rev. Ernest Grtffls, pastor. I I, - -I



BRADFORD COUNTY TEXEORAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER: 7. 1943:
TALE EIGHT

>--.. -- ---' ------. ',.- -H.-Has, -I --'. '--"..- '... '. ..: ... ... .' .....:.:: ...... .. '," .. .. .. .. .. '. -. .. '-
rath. Jr, and Mis. [ :_ -. : OJ:; : .: .: .: :. : _: .. : : : : : : : .

FI S INs
kinsThe next meeting: will be an

\ evening one on Tuesday. October
FUNwnatliur's
18 at 8 o'clock.
1 1

I IFtshtmg WOMAN'S: ('(.1." Tn HOLD

) IRST ;MKKTINO OP I',\1.1.
First regular meeting of the

1919-r club year will take place

Tuesday afternoon, October 11. lit FOOTBALL !

getting fine the Woman's. Club building at !3

now Old King Sol has finally derided p.m. with Mrs R t- Walker and

to favor us awhile with Just Mrs. F. E. Stitchberry as boat
Hough rain to whet the fiHhes eHHea A business ursHion, wilt\

app 'tlte All of you have beenIn precede an entertainment u n cton.
The rnin makes you want to The girne day at 8 p.m theclub

eat more, doesn't It? Well. why will hold, open home with
not the fish too. Yes air Iti officers of the club receiving


iii, come out e to e feed e sf.KIKS; : Of IMKTIKS Hur FRIDAY OCTOBER 7th 8 P. M.

ire Proof nt fishing of this news comes Mr.out Gibson in the ley The was home the of scene Mrs of Lydia a Canasta ---

Mrs
Tuesday, Sept. 27.
on
ma party caught 42 speckled party
>erch on live minnows. Slaw them I Marge Traccv was awarded the
'vlth own eyes all fat and 'prize for high' score Other
my
in good order. Perch flailing prices were won by Mm R ti. B. H. S. PALATKA
Walker and Mrs P. H 1 Klauster
shot'%d be good S e this e season i meyer. Mrs Hurley served her vs.

delicious, doinert!. course
a
F M. Walrath. Sr., and I KyleMcMurtry quests
lustwerh. Mrs.. Fred Cole was guest or
went out cutting
Boated 15 bass, one honor at surprise shower given .
Wednesday afternoon of last !
10 All were Everybody
weighing pounds.
fooled on the yellow pawpaw.Irving week by Mr.. J, L. Hill and Mrs
Hill residence
at the
Wm. C. McCrary
Tyre anti pushy ran thema

with Nose 13 buna second. However two days, the Intel biggest !;- scheme. was A pink carried and out,blue and after color Second HOME GAME Of The Season

weighed only 5 1.2 pound. three tables was of bridge wheeled a In baby and 1
cart of gifts
The real big onus were In hiding
presented to tho honorre. Prizes
thai day.
Mrs. II I, Morgan,
S e were won by

A big fish trap was found and Ir. Mrs R.: V. Spencer, Mrs S. ADULTS .
destroyed by a Starke man last R \McKay, and' Mrs. Roy Vickers 4 : J. STUDENTS

wrel He said, "almost enough The hostess served. fdeasert

wit In It to build a chicken pen"Be'wren course to her guests ]
Nelson. wan. hostess .
Mrs. Al
the set-lines and traps 7Sc 4 SOc'
for two tablesof "
Inst Friday evening "
the poor Iii ole fish don't stand :a
Each: table WAil centered -
chance. This writer wishes there bridge! :
: with a bowl of :white ginger f fI
were strict laws to stop this sort .
of th'n/f./ The people who like to while I lovely pink coral vine

ratrh flail on tackle for sport get win lined effectively In decoratingthe

it In the neck, HO to speak FishIng living room where refreshments
Mrs R. E:
were served.
la one of Florida's main draw.
ing cards to tourists. Without Clapp won high prize, while Mrs.

tourists this state Is bad off. J. It. Hill. Mm. Fred Cole nnd 1949 SCHEDULE

Let keep It a sport> not a task. Mrs, R V Spencer also received Ae -k ; x'

Leta make It "fun to fish". awards. ,
1 _
1I I KEYSTONK! ROTARY


Keystone HeightsBy i HOST Friday f.ntln TO, American September HTmKNTS students:.10, a groupof of SEPTEMBER 23 WILLISTON 0 BHS 44

'the University of Florida were
.
In.... If. L. Jr.ITA .
Morgan,
transported to Keystone Heights SEPTEMBER 30 SEABREEZE 20 BUS 6'
-
Beach. for a /gala\ picnic and entertainment -
HOLDS!I FIRST arranged by the I Keystone

:MEETING OF YEAR Heights/ Rotary Club

At 3 p.m. on Tuesday September This was the fourth party given OCTOBER 7 PALATKA - HERE ,
2f at the JACK EAVES Tackle CARL CARTER 1111
Keystone for the students by the club during -

Association Heights meeting of School was the the Parent-Teachers called first to regular order the than past 60 boys year. have Altogethermore been I I ,n u--OCTOBER 14 P. K./.YONGE THERE u u

guests of the Rotarians. Duringthe
by the new president Mrs. H. L.. afternoon! speedboat rides, (;JO GET 'EM TORNADOES!
Morgan, Jr. It's A Fact. .
water skiing, horse-shoe pitching OCTOBER 21 ALACHUA HERE
- -
Mrs. P M. Walrath, Jr., presented and Softball were enjoyed
the devotional which wasa AUTO THE TORNADOES ARE HOT!
Guests were: Alberto A, Kelt-: WESTERN
prayer entitled "A Mother'sPrayer Diaz, Alvaro Escobar OCTOBER NEWBERRY HERE TONIGHT!
At Eventide" by Cora sndl,, Rafael 28 - SEE THEM'
Priblf.A Jaime Llzarralde, Fernando ,

May budget of a record Including player the for purchase use los Enpnna Amunategul Avila Ricardo, Alfredo de Oscar la Vargas Torre Izurleta, Car Alberto ASSOCIATE STORE I NOVEMBER 11 LAKE BUTLER THERE I Denmark Furniture Co.M .

In the classrooms and metal
a Alberto Rodriguez: James Martin -
table on casters to hold the movie '

Ray projector Hearst, was, treasurer presented and by chair-Mrs. The and committee John F. Martin.who made ai- : NOVEMBER 18 LAKE CITY THERE Your= Hacking Means A Lot-

man of the budget and was unanimously rangements wa heeded by Lindsay Deserves Your Support! See The Game Tonight
Walker, chairman, and Included -
adopted by the organ. NOVEMBER 23 GREEN COVE THERE
ization. Frank Walrath, Jr, S. E. I -

Mm. Robert Spencer vice- McKay Wiggins, Harry F. M Walrath Morgan, Sr.Jr., Ben Ed S. R. JOHNS'GROCERY L B. ALVAREZ'
president and
program chairman Rose, Huntley Hcdfe.irn: and Rotary DECEMBER 2 ALAC UA THERE
was commended for the completeAnd Lots Huzal -. I
Anna Walker, ,
she prepared attractive and programs distributed.which McKay, Fran Morgan and Irma SERVICE STATION
Rush ton.
The theme of the for : ., -
_
program ------------- .
the year Is "Toward A Better Tomorrow
," CTRL(, 1'I'OITS1t! : :"T ______I un. I U ." You'll Arrive Safe At The
The Girl Scouts met with their GOOD LUCK
Mrs. A, B. Watson Mrs. K.: R. new Troop Leader, Mrs. E. R.
Brown and Mrs. NOW IS THE TIME FOR ALL Coop; Game WithFIRESTONE
M.
U
the membership committee Sibley havein of Brown, on Monday, September 2at TO TIlE TORNADOES! FANS TO TURN OUT AT THE GAME: % Everybody Out
<::30 p.m. Plans for the year
their hands programs which were discussed and organized. -LET'S tol: TIRES

they will distribute In their membership Mrs Drown Is taking the place For The Game Tonight!

campaign now taking (it Miss Gladys Tlllla who reslgn- Florida Bank at Starke
place. DOWLING & J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS
;d due to Illness In her family.

Mrs W. J. Slprelle announced MEMBER F.D.I.C. ANDREWS MOTOR CO.
that the town council has taken Senior Girl Scouts who have

action on a fence to be placed at recently I arrived awards. earned _m -- WAINWRIGHT

the dnngeroui spot whore the 'it Camp Chowenwaw this summer If You {Want A Winning Team

new sidewalk crosses the creek. are Marilyn Ann RiiHhton.Dorln 'e'reItli You, Tornadoes! I Give Them Your Support!
She also reported that as soon Blpr..IlAnn Vance, and =\
as she receives definite Ann Walrath. Each: received the

on a Safety Patrol instructions from Pioneer Campcraft and Outdoor i Eat 'Km Up, Let's Fill The Stands FARM HOME &

the state chairman a Boy's Safety Cook badges. GEM JEWELRY ,

Patrol will be formed. MesHr Wayne B. Sargent: son of Mr. 'TORNAlJOES! AUTO SUPPLY

P. B. Scott G. E. Wiggins/ and md Mrs. Mel Sarg..ntVas honored Where Quality Has No Substitute! = For Tonight's Game!

W. J, Whitesldos of the Rotary at the University of Florida GUY ANDREWS

Club are cooperating with the last Friday when hn was appointed S.A.L.UJWatch Inspector FLORIDA POWER .

PTA on this matter. Group Commander of the FI ., .. -.

:Mrs. C. J. Bastedo accepted the Army Cadets In the ROTC. This COMPANY BARKSDALE'S STORE We'll{{ Be There .
chairmanship of the publicity Is young Sargent's fourth year at WE'RE PROUD OF OUR TEAM AND & LIGHT
the .

committee.Mr.. Caldwell's room won the University.Bill Reynolds. Jr.. drove" Into OUR NEW HLEACHERS AT BRAD. ". {WILL{ YOU?
townVednpAday of lust week "
room prize awarded each monthto
the room who has the most proudly displaying an over six FORD PARK! To The
Compliments
foot rattlesnake that he had Winkler Electric Service
parents present at the meeting. God Luck, Team!
nut shot at Midlnkes. The snake
!
Three amendments to the constitution TORNADOES
tad eight rattles. KOCH DRUG STORE
were proposed. In ac-
(''ol. and Mrs John' MrDowull _
conlmnce with the
oonstitutioti
action was deferred until next ire buck from an extended vacation Co. Clean 'em Tornadoes!
month in. Kyle F.urope.Mrs McMurtry. wm hostsi ---0'--1-- Bradford Hardware DRIGGERS up

Miss G. K. Houser, principal! I
Tuesday evening, September

agreed.In charge to appoint of the play tv o girls ground to onafternoons bo ?at!0 8 for o'clock a delightful at Keystone: dessert Inn.bridge I SEE YOU AT TilE GAME! SPORTING GOODS FURNITURE CO. Carpenter's Drug Store

the
association meets.
!
Support The Team
This will enable mothers of little \onriOK 5U.l: I\ \
,
ones to bring them to play safely Voile'' In hereby l given; that the n "THE STORE WHERE YOU SEE
r". Hoard nf Public Instruction! of
whi'e they attend the meeting. 1 111 ail 'I..r nunty. Fl',.rlitii, will l ae-I i YOUR PRESCRIPTION[ : FILLED!
Room mothers are to be elected eel; x:',l l bid: for the sale of the SLADE GAS CO. Inc.I
vti ,.f SWi", nf N 1"f: H....tlon Sfl.i 1 !We're{ Proud To Be .
by the children. 'I Tounxhlp 5 Xoulh. Kanir SI iuet. We're All Pulling "
M-s.: C. T. Parker, oul.ttHlnif. 21) acres more or less
magazine
.According to the government curvet A TORNADO Booster! Refresh Yourself Before And
chairman, received thirteen sub 1 FFF'
thri of This property IH further For The Tornadoes!
I d.h.1I, unit.' tdrnttflyd AM H
scriptions to the National PTA
.
Magazine. Hurt of the present MI hool site upon, Every Type Of 1 After The Game With{
'
which the lllirnnn nltmntnrvSchool :
The Historian, Mrs. \\'. J. 1 U ,shunted HKI>|PI| bkl'l will' '. GUIDON GRILL .
b.l srr.pted< i hv the Hoard "f liihlleTnittrilrtloit INSURANCE
Whittsldes, announced that pictures '' HI its ctffli. In th.*-ponnty Chevrolet Co.
Torode WHISTLE ORANGE
for the scrapbook will betaken eourfhmiH Ht 8tnrk' KlorltlA.
until loan o'i toi-k Mnmlav, KOPELOUSOS .
n m. PLEASE PHONE 116 GEORGE
at the next afternoon r Irlobrr. 31. 1D4-I nc which time. all AND VESS COLA
m.-etlnj. : which will be In Novem l>U1-4 riM-rlv, ..il Hill bi ", ..ned and l lr
.
A.1 t fllttiid., In Special' session of the

ber.The Hallowe'en Carnival will_ I I Ronrri Vn: Mil. other than a sealed bid H. C. WALL\ AGENCY n. n 0' H' n Hi. ., E. F. MILES, Distributor

) will b. accepted and nn hid reeeivei ri-r--rj-jj-ri* ,i j _-jj u
be Monday evening, October 311 after the hour of 10:00 o'clockA. .
with Mrs. R. A. Week and Mr. nt u III h.l .-..".lclo..d. I 0 1 Bring Home The Bacon, Mow 'Em Down, COMPLIMENTS OFLAWSON'S
The Itonrd reserves the right tnrrjm
F. M. Walrath Jr., In charge. .t any or all bids '
Mrs. R. V. Spencer presenteda THK POX HIl OP I't'TlI.Tf' IV.rtTKriTiov : It's A Pleasure TORNADOES TORNADOES
,iir R .A n *' o H n I MARKETTo
program "Parent-Teacher t-ru-NTV.= Ft.nir n P MorKan -
Partnership for Better ,Educa Hvcrrtary 10l7StinJlW.C.T.U.\ [ Rack The TORNADOES!
tion." Miss Sara C. Bone and i SETZER'SSUPER & COLD STORAGEOLSON'S
: ALVAREZ' STORE
Mrs. C. K. Caldwell, teachers, I '
"See the Tornadoes neat
took part REFRIGERATION j c -

Delicious peanut-butter and IT IS: NOT TIIK LAST DRINK SALES & SERVICE t STORES Eat. 1894 Bit Eat LAWSON'S .1\1eaU"!
cocoanut cookies were served
TILT MKF.S 4 A nRtTSKRU.IUTT ,
with punch by the hostesses, Mrs. TIlE nR IT.
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