Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 14, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Something New Has Been Added 1'Waters\ Freed I Soil Conservation Killing Of Negro : i

j; On Charge Of Hearing Called By Beverage Agent. '; .

Poison Attempt For October 24
,;,, I
r- r. xnl qty Held Justifiable Jfi ,

Curl C (IBlIl) Water was A public hearing will be held
In the courthouse here Monday
acquitted In Circuit Court Green ""
Cove Spring Tuesday afternoon night October 21, at 8 p,m. for 'J

r'O Ill of charges that tie' delivered polethe purpose of considering the i' Large DelegationFrom Enoch Tyson Had :

a 1 j j'tr1 oned sort drinks to his divorced desirability, mid necessity' of

A wife. Willie Mae Raul..I' on. with cr..otlllIn/ the public Interest, Bradford FFA

Intent to commit murder tn the a pull conservation district to 1 Attends ConventionA Long Record Of j
tint degree. Include nil lands lying within the :
I boundaries of Bradford
I Yw i After two full days of tendlegal' fine delegation, from Bradford {
cross questioning, ana : County ':Law Violations .
Is the Nil-
I The hearing Is being held l in County attending
I argument the jury returned' its I
I ,
I response to a petition signed by tlonnl Convention of Future Farmers
verdict of not guilty after 30 mln-
I 1/\/ group of property owners In : of America In Kansas City
iiten of deliberation lute Tuesday I Enoch Tyson 49 year old Reno' !
I the county and notice of the
aft..rnOOlI.Vot..rH was defended! |11\10" this week, where Doyle Con negro who has had frequent "
hearing Is given In a legal I advertisement -
by A Z Adkins. Jr. Gainesville In this Issue of the I I ner of Starke national presidentof brushes with the law over .a per.
T attorney, while the case was the organization Is wielding' !; loci of years met hla death from
Telegraph signed by H. G. Cay. I .
-Jr L ____ ya) w proxecuted by State's Attorney ton, Administrator\ State Still the /gavel. as presiding officer. pistol shots fired by an agent of .
a W"a.Y4n \Vm. A. Hall >wes of Jacksonville Consi>rvutlon 1 Board. The local delegation left Suiv | the Florida State Beverage De-

On the witness stand 1 Miss partment near Starke lust Friday'"
All m\tiers and occupiers of day from Jacksonville aboard the I
Yea, something new has been added to the full scene Raulerson stuck to her story that land within the limits nf the "Doyle Conner Special" which night. ,'ItI

of activities in Starke a real banjr-up, well drilled pro. I her estranged husband visited herat county, and all other Interested carried, hundreds of FFA delegates I A coroner's jury. Impanelledhere :

Tornadoes Win fessional sounding High School Band. And what a great Homecoming Plans; the fire tower' between Kings-' persons. lire Invited to attend the from all parts of Floridato Saturday, returned a verdict ,

stimulus It is proving to the morale of everyone fans hearingDeWitt. the convention city. They aes.'hedull'll I that the officer, Albert Z. Lewisof :
( ley Lake and Penney Farms to 'rive back In Jacksonville Jacksonville, "was acting inline
and players alike at the football games, both here and at I
Over Favored Are Taking Shape'where she Is employed as watch Sunday. afternoon at 3 of his official duty and under
out of town this season. man, on June 18 She stated I Crawfordthat o'clock. || such circumstances as we deem
Pictured above is the new BUS Band in its first down
they argued and that \\'RlE'rs Student Counselor to be justifiable."
town demonstration before a crowd of several hundred admiring leaving behind slutbottles Might members of the Bradford ,
Palatka 18-6 heard for the For October 21 At Chapter J. I... Alvarez,, It Is reported that Lewis and
fans. Universal praise was players of soft drinks which lie University 1 another Beverage Department
Thomas Hamilton, Harry Green,
_ both individually and collectively, and for the director Carl had brought with him. She testified ( detective, Emory W. Clapper,
Kduln,,: Prevail' Irvin Andrews,
A new emphasis' has been plaeIcil :- I
!" By Edward; Massey Roberts, who has done a remarkable job of starting almost that she became simpletons visited Staike, on Tuesday October
Plane are shaping for one I student, alter Stii'ber Doyle Andrews,
up I
from scratch and turning out in the space of a few brief when she noted that the caps of i 11, and contacted Tyson at
The Bradford Tornadoes came of the biggest, most colorful removed and si hoot hums at the University tilFlorida. Crosby, and, Glenn Conner chapter -
had been
band of which the be proud.In the bottles liis home In Reno placing their
city can
''j through with their second victory a Ho'Y i>comlng celebrations" In the president are attending theconvention.
II teplaced' and turned the drinks I order for three
their first this fall the band members five-gallon jugs
f. ',' of the season by trimming u appearance history of BUS. C L. No longer will residence hallo
1 over to Forester Cooper lof whiskey and stating that they
white shirts with white trousers and skirts. However '
heavier Palatka squad 18-6 In wore The event' l Is set this year for who brought thorn to Sheriff P.on the campus be "monitored". They were accompanied on the would
i return for It later In the
.> Bradford Park last Friday night. something new will soon be added again for the musicians: Frldiiy October 21, at which time D. Reddish In Starke. Sheriff' In place of tho now out-moiled trip by their FFA( Advisor V. It. II week.

Bradford won the toss to receive have been measured for natty uniform jackets which will the DMS Tornadoes will play Reddish shipped I the (drinks to 1II..lItt"'lnl, system will bot)2/ Ferguson, also by C. S. Partln, The officer returned' to Starke

u' the kick-off which wall a supplement their present dyke and will add greatly to the Alarhim in Bradford Park (FBI headquarters In Washingtonwhere / students "counselors. advanced principal, of BUS and H. P. Morgan Friday night anti went to Tyson'
low, spinning ball downed' of the ]It is that the students who have been chosen. by superintendent of
professional appearance group. hoped Thomas) D. Bailey, State Superintendent an analysts disclosed that county home lie[ told l them that it
',; after a small amount of yardage'' new jackets will arrive in time for the Homecoming Game < of Public Instruction they contained lethal doses ot officials ,of the Housing Office public instruction. would' take about an hour and 40(

gained. The ball was sacrificed on October 21 Cost of the uniforms is being shared by local will be on hand to dedicate the fluoride. for their outstanding leadership. Bradford County Is being signally minutes to make the deliveryand

in a 35-yard kick by halfback civic groups and individuals.] At its! last meeting the City I new 1700-seat concrete' bleachersas While on the stand Waters denied These S2 students have recent I honored. this week by havingone they said they would wait.

Glenn Conner' and Palatka plowed Council donated $250 for this purpose.So "Memorial Stadium" In honorof leaving the poisoned drinks Iv completed a three-day "Stu of Its native sons preside When Tyson returned with the 1
ahead for 21 yards with back dent Counselor's Conference"' at
Tilton carrying the ball. it is seen that the entire county is proud of, and N the county's servicemen andwomen. and stated that he and his former which meeting conference official over the hug convention commixed I whiskey the officers told him
wife wrangled at frequent of FI-'A delegates tl'OlI"i that they had seen a car
with moral
backing the band andfinancialsupport. It is a pas
Bradford took possession again I. told tho new counselors that
A special demonstration Is being Intervals since they' were divorced slates and Hawaii. by several times and they were
wonderful advertisement for Starke when it makes out of
and the fans cheered heartily as hereafter they will serve as go-"
planned by Bradford illgh'enew In 19-15. The court had awarded afraid they were being watched.
Conner carried the ball for a 30 town trips. between fur students' of their sections
I marching band., and the him the custody of their three Draft Board LocatedIn They asked him to drive out on
yard gain for the Tornadoes. The Mr. Roberts announces that there are now 70 students and I the Housing Office,
usual Homecoming festivities including stated but his road and
children Waters' the Keystone Heights
Bradford line wa having a field enrolled in the Instrumental Music Department, and classesare Counselor, ara to know their City Hall Now
) the of the
crowning annual wife had made several attcmps stop In some secluded spot and
day on the offensive as well ai still being organized for beginners. Every student with students and help them with per.
football queen' will\ take to get control of them. Other make the delivery.
defensive plays when suddenly be sonal and academic problems. Mrs. Rhoda Dumpier clerk announces
musical ability should encouraged to try out for this
place following the football game. defense!! witnesses testified that Tyson, accompanied by his
seemingly from out of nowhere Each: counselor will be responsible that the lortnl Draft
splendid organization. had Waters In Gainesville nephew Junior Hunter did aa
l Palatka end' Richard they seen for a varying number of students Board has moved Its offices from x
-- ----- where. he Is an a he was Instructed and pulled off
Cole was In the open receiving u Bids On Gas, Oil ranging from 53 i to 75 each. above Setzer'a Store to the City
at the time his fur the highway on the Perry Kit
Y pass from halfback Dough Miller Rotarians Hear carpenter, those chosen asDewitt stu- Hall
4 Pecan Auctions Being Received ..sr' mer wife charged he visited her dentAmong road just south of Alligator, .e.
and 23 for the
running yard I ., la C. Bonn
Fire Chief At the present time the NC
t Discuss Creek
first score of the game.. Time By School Board and left the drinks. Crawford of Starke. week bridge on the Keystone
is only one day
open per road. Ho drove 1few hundred
ran low In the first quarter with Prevention Methods Counselors are chosen from a to :5 i f.
the ball carried around the mid- Begin November 1 1The I Tho School Board Is receiving I Funeral I Tuesday group of applicants each one in Mondays from 1 p m yards and! then turned his car a-

File' bldti from dealers until 10 round heading. back toward the
dle zones of the gridiron fanned by tho carelessness'" I a.m. carefully screened Those chosen
Oct. 21 For Mrs. Irene Johns GIRL SCOUT NEWS and, The officers -
Excitement ran high in the of law-abiding citizens, #111 destroy Monday. to furnish gus have all boon active In other campus highway stopped.
Bradford stands aa the Torna first pecan auction of thesenwn i Moline' oil. lubricants and otherpetroleum pulled up with their cur fuc
1O.OOO' human lived Mrs. Irene Johns 40 died Sunday organizations, and active In '
some ,,
does had again taken pos e Hlon will be held at the Starke I L i products for use In a student affairs Tho Girl I Scout liny ride was n hug Ids.Junior.
and $701)01)00(10, ) ( In each morning In St, Vlncent'n Hospital. campus .. ,. The Invited
of the ball In the first of the State Farmers Market on Tues l properly :I fleet of school busses owned. and 'uigu sti'l'es boys Hunter had carried one

second quarter Amid cheers of day. Nov. 1, according to an announcement year This was the thought-pto-'' operated by the board. Jacksonville. She was a were, Hubby Dong, Tom McClaneWiilhice of the jugs to the other car and

enthusiasm fullback Carl Johns yesterday' by Manager voklng message brought to the It It, estimated. tout the Board native of Jasper, but had! spent Blood Bank Issuesmost Whiting!\, Billy Cressl.-r, Tyson was reaching Inside of his

drove, through the Palatka lino R. B. Alvarez. Rotary Club Wednesday by. will require( 20.000()() gallons of gasoline of her life In this county. Call For Donors Marion Harrington, nnd hymn car for the second Jug! when the

In a 19-yard dash to freedom anda All growers are advised' to have Staike Fire' Chief C.V.. PickettIn and 30O)( gallons of motor She Is survived by her husband l>> Newcomb. After the. tide we all officers shined their lights on

well-earned 6 points. The try their: pecans on the platform not a program observing Fire Pre oil. between the date of awardingthe !\ Wesley L. Johns and father Several case'* requiring multiple vent for Riits Many thanks to him and told him he was under

for extra point failed and the later than 1:30: on the day of the vention Week October' 918. contract and June 30 1950.! Horace Tison both of Hampton; triinsfuslonii. have depleted the' lulls Jiickson/' ( for the use of hU arrest. .

ball was kicked off to Palatka. sale. Chief Pickett briefly discussed' In accordance with recommendations one brother Purnell Tlson, supply of certain types of blood truck. Hunter started running, and
After a few' play, the Tornadoes An accurate estimate of the 'I the Starke fire department whichhe of the recent flta te-con- FUarke" ; and a Mister, Mrs Rachel In the North Florida Illood( Hunk, The Junior and Senior TroopNo | the officers' stated that Tyson

recovered the ball on the 41 crop in this area has not been described as "small but good", I ducted survey' tho Board is planning Hodger, ArcherFuneral It .was announced. this week I of the Scouts are taking u "Jumped" at Clapper whereupon

yard line. Jack Wain Bright, made but there was extensive I'I I Me stated that It would bo a / to Install its. own tanks and services were held I honors'' are urgently: needed! and cued'Inn until the first TuesdayIn Lewis shot him three times In

tackle showed a level head as ho loss due.. to the dropping of nut I I great help to the department If pumps In the near future as an Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at they are asked to phone 2'fO: 01 November. Due to the many the right aide with a 3H calibre

rushed Into Palatka territory and during the early fall hurricane. I II Ii all home. owners' in the city would economy measure. tho graveside' In Crosby Lake call nt the Blood Bank on West ,activities In school not many pistol one bullet entered the
clowned the ball behind' the' line I correctly number their homes so At' this same meeting the Board Cemetery with Rev Wethlngton Call Street' Immediately. Arrangements girls wero able to attend meetIngs 'body just below the arm pit, and

of scrimmage. Conner' again i Manager Alvarez also reminds' that more definite directions may will\ receive bids from prospectivepurchasere of Newberry officiating Arrangements will he made to take ten you in November the other two ,were' somewhat

showed punting skill by bootingthe : growers' who still need straw be given In r..portlnthe/ location of 20 ncres of the were In charge of the Mood I at any time at the convenience Scout Scribes: I.uclllo Me- lower It Is stated 1 that Tyson

ball for a 40 yard gain. bf-rry plants that he can obtain of a fire. The delay of a present Ileilbronn school site DeWitt C. Jones ; of the donor KII. and Mary Sue Epperson.' ran /about 75 feet before he fell
plants for them at $130
The Tornadoes again In possession few minutes might spell the difference n_ __ down dead.
of the ball scurried down thousand plus freight. between success and fail- --- Lewis started after Hunter and

the field' in pursuit of another ure In fighting a fire. Chief Pick I" Robertsville'Jmt Is Work Of One Industrio us Family fired, once Into the air before tin

touch"'own.Vlth a line resembling Cigarette Taxes ett said. younger negro surrendered.. He

/ steel In back of him, Carl' was later released under $100
May Enable City He made the following suggestions -
east of Starke about r
Johns scored a touchdown his "I b'>nd.
to how the Individual
second with a run of one yard. To Reduce Millaget homeowner us might best' observe mile out on the new Cump The coroner's Jury with C. If.Vasworthy .

Extra point try failed making a Prt'ventlonVeek ding road there is an attractiverow I as foreman viewed
score of 12-B !In favor of the has bc-en- "roughly estimat Fire : of neat white hoiwes in a I Tyson's body ut an undertaking

Tornadoes. The half ended with ed". that the City of Starke may Inspect all electric wiring and setting of grassy lawns and tall isjc. establishment In Gainesville Saturday *

Palatka in possession of the ball recnlvelose to $20,000 under the appliances. pine trees. Someone half Jok, / moiiilng. and thru returned

on about Bradford's 25 yard line. now sales tax law which places Clean out furnace or oil burner Ingly suggested that It be named to Starke where the inquest wan

Pulutka kicked off to the Tornadoes an extra one cent tux on cigarettes before cold weather sets In. Robcrtnvtlln and maybe It held with County Judge t:. K.

to start the third quarterof with each municipality receiving Be sure curtains or other com wouldn't be such a bad idea, at 'errvmun and State's Attorney

this exciting game. Bradford the revenue collected on bustible materials are far enough that for the Roberta family builtIt 'r l K: Duncan Other members

lost the ball only to recover on wiles within Its boundaries. If from stoves heaters or radiators. nail by nail. : ot the jury that returned the

the 42 yard line. Conner kicked this estimate la realized It wouldbe Make sure the chimney Is clean Back In November 10 IB Flrnesl: 'verdict of "Justifiable" were W

out of the hole with a 45 yard possible for the city to cu* and In good repair. Roberta and his wife, Louie ot IrThe P 0 Torodi'. Jr. let II. Flynn,

punt and most of the quarter was Its ad Valorem tax levy In half Alton, New Hampshire' visited George Kopvlotisos. Nelson. T
Rid the premises of a1! rubbish.
spent exchanging' the ball back next year.At Starke on their first sightseeingtrip r Green, and Britt Alvarez.
I tho recent' meeting the Inspect the roof for vulnerability -
/ Immediately
and forth. to Florida. They Tyson has been arrested' on
Bradford fans went wild as Council art the 1919 levy at 12 to sparks. fell In love with the com a1'lelrerel liquor charges nt frequent Intervals .

Carl Johns bucked the line with mills, the name as Inst year's. Don't burn leaves or rubbishon I munlty and Mr. Roberts said "Ifi i ii ah.lart> Ihree' nf I Ingroup! of attractive new homesbull over a period of years. His

a plunge to get the six point This mlllage produces around windy days. we can find some land well build Ituh'rlr most serious brush with the law
i here bv Ernest: un.l f..mlly.I rlJht11': Roberts'< Isecu
that were given to him. Extra i $20 noo revenue. Don't amok In bed. home". j however, occurred In November
Under the of the a .. "JIIIlnlt| l paint t.. one of I Inlion" ".... I hat her 'hiiwliitml' connl rut l.Ho
point was blocked. leaving Bradford provisions Chief Pickett was introducedby :' They bought five acres on the I I O.'lrt: when he was convicted of
new sales tax law, cities must' line.. Kiiiipleteil his rArprnlry' and ntanilt. liv, admiringly' nlilli- she
with a lead of 188. Albert Lee Crosby who had new Blnnding road from F. C. x giving Curtis. Tyson his 11-year-
The fourth quarter was mostlya reduce their ad valorem taxes by I charge of the program. Bill Graham Ifolllniisworth. At that time, carries nit her part of the dargaln. old nephew a poisoned piece of

duel In punting between' the half of the amount received from presided In the absence of ''th'reWall "only a little sha<'k" cake He ..was sentenced to and

two opponent kickers with the the cigarette tax. Therefore, If President O. S. Newcomb on the property, but the Roh- another If the rest of the family "Now he gets around like a two served, five years In the state

Tornadoes the leading aggressor. Starfce gets $20,000 In cigarettetax ertiefl had decided' to call Starke will pllrh In and help." They year old Florida !III wonderful. rlaon..
T. S. Slade, chairman of Ladies
Conner kicked a total of 113 money It would be required home. They went back North could and did In about three We urge all our frlendH. to move During this trial the State al"ged !.
Night announced that this event
yards In this quarter alone. The to reduce Its ad valorem' tax levyt& be sold out their chicken business months 1 lth ir average time per down here, and several. of them that Tyson' motive for
will held In the Methodist '
final whistle blew with the teams a mlllage that would produce and returned to Florida to stay. house) another neat bungalowwas have already dune soBesldis poisoning the child was to col-
educational building instead of I
skirmishing around the center only $10.000 annually.The theVoman's Club. The date is Back In his youth In Birmingham completed on the property.And their. stun the Robcrtses. ect u UOlife/ Insurance policy
stripe ot the field. County will also receive England Mr. Robert had then what happened7 You've have a daughter. Marie who which he had. taken out on Curs -
Thursday, October 27, at 7:20p : .
BUS Palatka additional fund. estimated at I!.been an apprentice carpenter' He guessed It. Another eager home- graduated from Bradford High .s and made payable to Mitdi.

First downs 12 5 from $. ,OOO to $7,000' under the m. had hardly picked up a hammer. hungry family came along and lust spring "She hated to leave Tyson, the boy's grandmother and

Yds. gained (rush) 213 130 new law. L>. A, Davis was welcomed I I and saw In 2.1 years but he vas wanted to buy that one too. her friends In the North at first," Enoch'* mother.
Paase 4 0 The cigarette tax heretofore back to the club's meeting aftera that he hadn't Mrs. second house. went to Mr. disclosed
attempted still willing to bet And so the story was repeated Roberta said, "but now she Testimony during the trial
Passes completed 1 3 collected was four cents per lengthy Illness that has kept I lost the art, and started out again and again until it the loves It here -wouldn't. go and Mr. E. J. O'Haru. who hailed that Tyson had bought

Passe intercepted 1 1 package and the legislature In- him confined to his home. bravely to build a home. Results present time the Robertse, are ; back for anything." from New Jersey'> Mr, O'llara( ls two small cakes early one morn

Yd lost (pen.) 3." 50 creased thla by one cent last I were surprising and In a few finishing their fifth house and Mr. Robert freely admits, with also retired, and they have two ing and about noon the same day

Touchdowns 3 t month effective Nov. 1. Drivers Licenses months the neat structure wall i are planning three more before a happy twinkle In his eye, that I children.. i ii he appeared at the negro school

Extra. point 0 0 i The town councils of Hamptonand I ready for Mrs. Robert to begin their project I III complete. he's having the time of his life i The third house was sold to' while the children were eating-

The Tornadoes journey to I Lawtey are also passing ordinances : Total 4,129 her part of the Job -she does all "We're real Florida booster" building house "I got a big Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Stafford lunch and offered one child a

Gainesville tonight (Friday) to to enable them to collect .In This County the painting. Son William say brisk Louie Roberts, who is kick out of seeIng what I have formerly of New York. piece of the cake he waa eating.

meet P. K. Yonge. It Is expect revenue under the new law. James, doe. the electrical wiring also a native of England.Here accomplished at the end of a The Kobertse are themselves. However It was stated that he

ed that they will be accompaniedby School .attendance Isn't the on- and he and his father collaborated fordshire. "I waa under a doctor's day" he lays. "It' a wonderful occupying the fourth house and took a piece out of his pocketto

large number of fans. City Licenses DueThe ly thing that Is Increasing tl) Indicate on the plumbing. In care for two years before t came feeling to ee the walls of a the fifth will be sold aa soon ai give to hla nephew Curtis andIt

the rapid growth of Starke. fact the family doe everything here, but now I feel fine--never! house going up and know that It I Is complete. was green' In color Instead. of

JOSEPH RANDALL COZATT III City Council la requesting", County Judge R. K. Perryman from start to finish except digging sick a minute." And anyone who you're the man who did the Driving by "RoberUville" It U white like the other. He told

Mr. and Mr. Randall Coxatt the operators of all Starke busi- reported this week that his office the necessary wells. could lee the brisk and efficient work." Curtis not to give any of his cake

of Starke announce the birth of assess. to take care of their city Issued. 4,129 driver licenses Hardly had the attractive new manner In which she applies her The first Roberts house wa easy to see why Mr. Robert to anyone else but In spite of

? ./eon. Joseph Randall Cozatt, III occupational license during the before the October 1 deadline home been completed than someone paint brush would agree that she old to Mr. and Mr*. Edward W. takes such pride in his accom- this advice the! boy gave the largest

at Shady crest Hospital on FrI. month) of October. The license ,T).l!* represent a substantial Increase came along and wanted to must be In the pink of condition. Coolberth who came here from plishment. After all, It Isn't portion to'hia little half- lster,

day. October 7. became due October 1 and are of 337 over the total of buy It. "Why not?" Mid Mr. Robert "One of our buyers had arthritis Pennsylvania. Mr. Coolberth I la every man who can look overa Leanentlne Johnson.

Mrs. Cosatt la the former Mis payable at the clerk's office In 3.772 for the same period last .. "I had lots of fun building when he came here to bad a retired I Navy man and hi* "village" and ay "I built Soon after eating the cake the

Peggy Dale. the city hall. year. that one. Guess I'm good for he could hardly walk," she added hobby I Is fishing hat"" (Continued on page 8)


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I In the :5-State production area. i, Recent Deeds
Bradford Pecans Now Under
County Telegraph agreement andorder
The marketing
LAWTEYI. New Federal announced recentlywas Among the deeds recently re-

ESTABLISHED 1B7 E. L. MATTHEWS. OwNCM-EOITON I (L program 'corded in the Court House Wart
II. Flitch Marketing Controls proposed l by the SoutheasternPecan <
and Mrs. C. F
Publlrhed. Every FridayGlaiw and Entered M Second Aswlntinn and: Mr. Padgett 'of

Matter at the PontMEMBS Office at Starke, Fla. Mrs. J. P. Myrick entertained Bradford County Pecan growers Growers Distributers Association : Bradford County to Mr. and Mr
I and buyers will be interested the Pectin C. Dukes of Brooker. SW
the Junior Training Union of the the quality of nshellod E. 1.4

? 1949 : ttv tars Burgess 11-106, Baptist Church "at her home In a sweeping pecan mark..talreeml'nt to improve pecans marcel! d. I t" r"> of NW 1." of Sec. 14, Twp, 7 S.R ,

Thursday Oct. 6. and order Issued Sent and. 1 to E. Also SE 1... of NE
marketing 20
,- POHCA. NEfi2i====-. 18 by the United States Department mote orderly I II 1.4
tlabaodptloa250Aastially S1J50 For SU Month The Sub-District Union of the The:.
to grweri. '
of Agrlcultuie. The new Improve returns I of Sec. IS: Twp. S. K. 20 E.
herein I reJoice with the feet Here It Is mud. Margaret MYF met at the Methodist Par. results of a recent rHfercmlu-.il
regulations are In effect In Florida Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hams
\\ I muCh at the falling Cling of Miami says to wash the sonage Monday evening. Churches Indicate approval bj 81 percent
IS SIZE ALONE A SIN? Irate and my heart Jw light these Venetian blind slats. In soapy represented were; Lawtey, Starke and Georgia South, Alabama Carolina., Mississippi of the growers voting and by Starke to Dollle Hendrix of

As most of our readers know, the Government recently Instituted Autumn daYN. water and dry. She took the and Waldo. growers whose prod-i'-tinn: of 19IS Starke. N 1.2 of NW 1.4 of KK

antitrust suits against the du Pont Company and the Great At. blinds apart end used chlorox on Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore and The regulatory provisions of crop pecans for mark was, 89 1-4 i of SE 1.4 of Sec. 22, Twp

lantic &: Pacific Tea Company which serve the buying public In When drowsy days give ;way the cloth strips to clean lh>>m. Miss Barbara Moore were shopping the: program become effective percent of the tout productionfor 22 E.

many states. To nights a little edged with My neighbor who Is moving In Jacksonville last Thurs, prior to the beginning of the market of tl'osu! voting. 1 I 6 S.RR. ____
chill and frost, me an Ivy vine. I have pecan shipping season the exact of theinshelled
gave 61
another day. Handlers of percent
In a thoughtful editorial on the suit, the San Francisco Chronicle 'Tla time to note the warning friend In Sioux who I date to be announced. Other of the 1918 1918 through June 19'111. already
City Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch attended pecans
at 1: "We have no quarrel with specific actions directed against signsSo cookie provisions covering administrative the 5-State : have signed the marlcetLig agree-
sent me recipes. A pal shipped from
III'; 'clflc violations of law. Our quarrel is with an increasing tend- subtly spaced; In the marriage of their : organization and I crop October jnent.NOTICE.
Wisconsin gave me this recipe. niece, Miss Geneta Frisbee, and area during the period
e; .y of Government to attack Institutions simply and wholly becu The long hiatus In song; It is: Ross Merriman latory provisions non-rpgu.j

..8 they are big and powerful. The question for the American A smudge of blood-rust In the I'KANIT:.; ; BUTTER COOKIES last Sunday.Rev. in Mlddleburg tive September 20.

pco.,jfl to decide Is whether size, alone, works to their detriment or field; 1-2 The marketing agreement and
cup peanut butter and Mrs. O. V. Lee
tl r interest. The poplars and beeches changing 1 white order, developed on the basis of
cup /sugar and Joanna Lee
cloaks--- Delyne Crews
presented at a public
The Intent of the Sherman Antitrust Act was to make the Na- l 1 cup brown sugar Gayle Moore Mary Julia Futch,
PHtrlnchul In gold; hearing in Mobile, Alabama, and Dealer
t'ii: safe for competition and to guard against monopolies that got The honeyed arms o f other I 1.2 cup shortening. Spry or and., Mrs. J. P. Myrick attended !I Albany Georgia, In May and G.: J.. :Mcfirlff Your Pontiac ,

3nt the aaddle and then bled'the public by Imposing high prices. It trees upturned lard. church at Evergreen last Friday June of this year will be administered Has Employed

3 not intended as an instrument for the throttling of legitimate To counsel some to flight 2 eggs! beaten night. by a 9-member Ad-

Si: enterprise and the demolition of mass production cornerstone And Dome to piuiHO. Pinch of salt The WSCS met at the home of ministrative Committee assisted TEX WILSONAS

ci the American living standard and principal bulwark of America's Then, on a single day it seems 2 1 cups sifted soda flour Urs. Will Edward Tuesday of by> an Advisory Council to be .
teaspoon MECHANIC
last week. HEAD
B, pngth." They salse their fiery arms to elected by the Secretary of
1 teaspoon vanilla. Mr. and Mra. Joe Shuford and
;No:' retailer, no matter how large he la, can have anything rein signal stop. Agriculture.The FIRST CLASS GUARANTEEDAuto
The interlude of green and Cream sugar and lard add eggsend I eon of Jacksonville were visitingIn lie can give you
of ntorcs, Including I order establish
'tely resembling a monoply. Thousands competing agreement and
peanut' butter. Then flout Lawtey during the weekend..
to summer gone. grade and size Repair Ser\ice. His many years of experience
and constantly trying attract regulationsdesigned
both Independents chains are
Joseph Hlrsh and salt and soda. Make In Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt, Jr.,
his customers through their doors. Success in retailing can put on greased pan and of St. Ptersburg were vising Mr. ( to maintain orderly have given him the Highest Qualifications.We .

be achieved only by selling at reasonable prices, by offering more Summer Is gone. My fourth with a wet fork. Bake at ballS'j and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt, Sr., re marketing of pecans and prevent now have on display and readyfor
movement of ]low
attractive stocks, by giving better service, or by doing other things summer in Nebraska. I no well grees in oven. cently.Mr. small quality and delivery

the consumer likes. The largest and wealthiest chain In the country remember tho leaves In the Must say goodbye now with and Mrs. H. B. Crosby and State size pecans from the 5-

would go broke in a hurry if It stopped pleasing the public. Autumn at Clay Hill such this poem! Miss. Elaine and Betty Jo Crosby production as unshelled area for distribution It The NEW PONTIACHIGHEST

If the government is really Interested In destroying dangerous beautiful colors thAn which remained Oh, suns and skies and cloudsof of Brooker were visiting in Law / is expected that popularity pecans. of PRICES( PAID FOR YOUR OLD CAR!
much du out
no longer they tey recently.
monopolies it should take a searching look at some of the big In June shelled pecans with consumers
here Thin morning it la cloudy Or. and Mrs. Shuler Peele and
,u try.wlde labor uniorts. These unions can stop production of vital And flowers of June together, and the distributive trade will be
here. A mist hangs over the son of Gainesville attended G. J. McGRIFF MOTORSPhone
I 10m modi ties, such as coal any time they feel like It. The public has eastern. hillH. It gives one a Ye cannot rival for one hour. church at the Methodist 'Church Increased because of improved

|Io recourse, and neither has management. The union heads are the feeling of mystery, that something October's bright blue weather. on October 2. Dr. Peele was the quality and that demand will be

losses, and what they say goes. That, in reality, is a nationwide lies beyond that hill Lord, teach us to fear, to love speaker Sunday morning stimulated by these regulations.Prior ( 203 Starke Fla.Ae.nlNwnw.

monopoly. It represents abuse of power with a vengeance. These perhaps more charming even and to trust Thee. Amen. Tom Casey, a teacher In the I Inspection of unshelled

unions are nothing more or less. than air-tight "trusts' that menace than this little valley. Out my God bless you all. Love Lawtey Junior High School, was In pecans shipped out of the area

the security and welfare of all the people window I can see the beautiful Lura. In Auburndale for the weekend quantities exceeding 200 Ib.i. .
dally to will
yellow leaves on the ash tree. On with his parents.Mr. any single consignee

NOW THAT RUSSIA HAS IT my near neighbor's coal shed and and Mrs B. W. Tucker and be required and will be conducted From where I sit. Joe Marsh
by the Federal-State or Fed .. by
The world was thrown Info a well-calculated uproar upon disclosure garage! Is an Ivy vine. It him Keystone children of Fernandina were eral Inspection Services. No

of the reports that Russia has the atomic bomb. The new grown very luxuriant clear to HeightsBy visiting Mm. Tucker's mother, 'such Inspection will be requiredIn l
the top of the building. Just Mrs. Leona Crews, during the
tbat tremendous explosions "somewhere In Russia" were recorded on the case of pecans shipped for
where the frost touched the Mrs. II. L. Morgan Jr. week..
eelsmographs In Europe sometime In July, not released until months shelling or processing outside But Curl"Knows
leaven they are a brilliant red.Down l. Mrs. Joyce T. Futch and Mrs.
later In interpreted to mean that Russia has solved th.. secrets of the area, but arrangements must I
beneath Is a row of Hspnru-. KKYMTONK: INN Eunice Kelly and Wendell Kelley
VI. \NS'
atomic fission but is now a no greater threat to peace than ever be made in advance by handlers What The "
Score Is !I'
I gUM; that Is HO high It U a hedge I U.IJfI.I.Cnn'F.S EVENT: were shopping In Jacksonville with the Administrative Committee

before.Most my Bi-nrlpt. nimbler rose I set outlast Mrs. Larkin D. Weeks of Key- list Saturday. ,
persons took the news In stride. We all knew that sooneror spring has grown a foot taler tone Inn announced this week Mrs. J. S. Eunice Sr., and Mrs.J. pecans giving will assurance not be distributed that sucn In Was over at Doe Sherman's drug how the majority felt; Curly wu

later Russia would possess this terrible weapon. Certainly, Russia than the white picket fence. hut there will be a gala Hal- S. Eunice Jr., were visiting the unshelled form unless they tore listening to the World Series big enough not to insist on his

with or without the atomic bomb, or almoHt any conceivable armament I must. soon put my roses to bed lowp...." Dinner Dance at the Inn Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Lane In De. are inspected and meet the grad.i on the radio. Curly Lawson wan- malted even though he doesn't hap-

could not worsen her record of thwarting sincere peace efforts for the winter, I will wrap them on Saturday night October 20. Lund last weekend. I and size leaulrements. Regulations dens. In and says: "How about a pen to be fond of baseball

by this country and others. Boiled down to facts, doesn't this In a gunny sack and lay them inner will be served starting at Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Harley and will net apply to sales of chocolate malted. Doc?" From where I sit, willingness to
have the "critter1,1: to watch, even If it flat on the ground. I later will 6 p.m. Arrangements are being children of Heilbronn were recent "
"news" mean that we same pecans by growers or ttners for "Sorry Curly says Doe,"can't respect the other people's feeling
does have the .same fighting tools we have? 1 throw some earth over that made for H dunce orchestra. The visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A.II. processing shelling or usevltn. make you a malted for a while Is Important in a Democracy. If

By her hostile record In the United Nations. by her world-wide they would freeze and die If they public Is cordially invited.. Harley yet. "What's the Idea?" Curly we're tolerant of a person's like,
are not cared for. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wyrick the Sixtieth anniversary of Un
efforts to bore Into and destroy other countries from within by her I I Soon the snow will bo flying ,UOTAKV IIKAHS MeMCKTRVKyl : were business visitors to Gainesville church. The Rev. C. B. North of asks. ""'ell," gays Doc "most of for baseball or a glass of temper-

rutbleBsneaa, her mockery of freedom of reunion Russia stands Sunday If no one lien und It is <. McMurtry, local Rotarian I last Saturday afternoon. I Worthington Springs will be the the folks want to hear the game ate beer we've come along way on

condemned as an unfriendly nation before the world today. It Is an I'I a nice clay, we are supposed to t entertained at the regular luncheon .I I I i Mis.. Mae Wells attended the speaker. He Is a former pastor and the mixer makes too much the right road the road to a

unspeakable pity, that with practically all men and women of the world visiting over to Don's brothers meeting last Friday at I Keystone I Postmaster Convention at Tarpon and his many friends are invitedto noise." Curly thinks a moment better America that 1st!

today ;yearning for real peace, their hopes and prayers are clouded Igo I I at Coleridge. We usually get Inn. Mr. McMurtry gavea Springs last Saturday. She hear him. and says "Okay with me, Doe-

)y an erstwhile ally of the last war. I over twice a year. I was so happy most Interesting talk on "The also visited In Tampa and St. The Orange State Carnival ar I'll take a chocolate soda!"

It seems to us, though, the real question Is what are we going to | when I hud a letter from my History and Art of Bowling". I Petersburg.The I rived In town this week. They This shows how tolerant folks Civ* ( >

do about It? We cannot prevent{ any nation from developing and I son's wife with pictures enclosed Colonel John McDowall, honorary I Methodist Church Is planning feature the regular/ carnival at- ran be. Doe showed his respect for & UMJq.Copyright > 1.

producing weapons of war Perhaps our salvation will be to keep thAt my little granddaughter who member who has, just returned a Homecoming to be held on I tractions and are located on -the ,I

America strong, to show by example to other peoples of the earth Is four and one half years old from abroad was welcomed. Sunday, October 28. This will be city property around the city hall. ; ,19 V>, L'niteJStalttBreuieriFoumlatM
were Colonel Kelly of __ __
drew and colored. I think
that Democracy does work, and to quote a frontiersman: Put our I them MelroHe and John Austin of Jack. I --" .-
Very good for a tiny girl. Shows
trust In the Lord, and keep our powder dtylPledger sonville.IIKSSKIJT. 'B
lots of Imagination. April In ,,

her name. She event with her I41ll//I'; "nsfne f. 'fxinu's "V. > ",..
v f krllrrtd u
mare of .
I Johns attendedMrr church at mother to Cinclnnattl. Ohio ? ft*./ Hero ear Oahu' .. : was
I early MIH. A. IJ. Watson and Mrs. (fj 5.5 mw ear prIced ; :: .. trrrU/stns-nlUlw' .*(
I :
Johnstown Sunday night -in terra wap! rY lour cnufa off/ "r toy rnominer.w. .. ehnuld
"" .
NEW RIVER I one morning to talk over the VV. H. Kedfearn entertained Toes.day !.u GERALD HYOI .1 l touch/" vl( dimor Ion 2..A."O.I e" .'"
and Mrs Homey Johns of radio. It was over WYW and we October 4 at 7:30: p.m. witha I San Froncitco, C 0 1"Ir. v rT7 W; *. DHljAxSrA roonrr!"
I .
AND LONG BRIDGE Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Douzic I seldom get- that station. Had I dessert bridge and canasta S atfl Wathington .V SHIRLEY Houston HELM fewer

By Mr*. E. A. Sapp Thomas' of Floral City, Mr. and I (known I would have gotten up party at the Watson home. TheIIvinA' tn Ma.
and tried to get that station. .
!\ C. A, Johns Jr., of Gainedvllli I room was beautifully decorated From Coast Coast
Little Joys that make life so complete with roses Bridge prizes to They're Saying-
Mrs. Ada Kelley: of Ralford ) and Mrs.' W. H. Kichanlxonof : for .
"" am still getting were awarded to Mrs. Pat Frsher
as .VtlHltdlngshpdr daughter, Mrs.' of Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. cards forwarded! from the hoe and Mrs. Kyle McMurtry while

:\:1':Mrs.. ''IY. and Mrs. Belle Johns Tuesday Triey also pital. I had a card also from our canasta awards went to Miss O1C. .

Ella Moody Nettie visited Moody Harold Shiver attended the funeral of Mrs. Wesley own dear Editor Jlr. Matthews, trouser and Mrs. F.. R. Brown You CAN'T BEAT DODGE

Sunday in Gainesville. Mr. Johns at Crosby Lake, who IM at Cedar Keys for a couple Mrs.' hurry Kbey received a lovely
of weeks.. We are 110llad/ h" draw prize.
Shiver has been a patient In the Mr. and Mrs. George linkerhospital can leave for a much needed
but we are glad to report of Birmingham/ Ala., visited Mr.
Last" Friday
rest Ilmin so gloriously/ happy evening at 7:45:
that he Is feeling much betanti Mrs. K. A Supp Thursday Mrs. F.. T. Martin and .
since I came home Not onething Mrs KIt :
ter through Monday. to worry m.. Seems so Brown were hoHtesaes to 28 "

Mr and Mrs.\ George Werreof strange that life ran, flow along quests at the Martin home on
Ft. Benning, On., have been. FOR DIGGER DOLLAR
Building so peacefully without even n Keystone Lake for a delightful VAlUE !
Mr. and Mrs. I
'siting Fernio cloud in the sky for me. Really, dessert card party.

:woody since Saturday The following building permits folks life In. Just one long song Lovely arrangements of zinnias.
Mrs. Minnie Johns and chllIven were recently Issued by the City for
me. When I taught; often and other summer flowers were
spent Sunday with Mr and of Starke: worries of having to punish children placed In the living room and on _
rs. N. A. Conner of Midway. Residence, asphalt shingle; on
would mar the day. NowOlgA'pr the spacious porch,
?{rs. Thelma Merrltt and Mra.Bi Church' Street! Fred, Leonhard and I take life calmly
I Just Mrs. II. E.
ilah Mae made tmslr Clapp, Mrs. J. L.
Moody a l. $Inno. Construction to conform
and happily. Don Is always Hill and Mrs. II.
4a trip to Lake City last Wed- with'all city rules and regulations. the same -- capable successfuland were the recipients U Morgan of beautiful Jr.. VALUE

y i. y.Vr kind. So life Is. so much pieces of glassware for
and Mrs. Pete Varbrough Resilience, asphalt shingle N. scores in
I more 1 pleasant than when I was bridge while Mrs.
<.I! Uaiford visited Mr. and Mrs. W corner of Madison. and nronll.1 I: younger I have no worries. t..et took the honors in Marge canasta.Tracey Mrs.

:l\r'rion Moody Sunday way Streets J. D. the years pass. Kiich: succeedingyear Harry Ebey received draw
Mrs. Seeber Moody and Mrs. $3.000.: I U better for me than fie: prize. a

last. I thank God every day. i p alasauastw
I hnve letters from women in Mrs. N A, Parker's home was

INSIST ON HAVING I Germany. I know they are w the setting for a coffee party and

i good and sweet They want to surprise shower given in honor

: be friend I hAve now answe'ed of Mrs. Robert Spencer on Thurs-

YOUR TELEVISION SET I all, and told them that I loved< lay morning. October 6. (Pink -
I them and we have never. hated' roses and oleander were tastefully I -' -\
them. One thing we must ne"'r.nevpr placed about the living "
INSTALLED BY US let our lenders /get tw. into room. I II .w wy..u, .: ,_

I another war. They say we ihall: Mrs. Al Nelson. assisted the I ___ tratawi1ri73M

TWO FACTORY: TRAINED. TECHNICIANS forget the war and be friend's.. I hostess In serving refreshments 't.iZ-
wish it was possible to comnmrl- from a lace covered table.

Complete Factory-Authorl/ed Equipment cate with the Russianvonicrt.. Tho climax of the You could thousand
party was dollars
{'I.IIII.IH I knohOv lovely reached when Mrs. Parker iL1. pay a more and still no'Ij
I'RO\JI: EFFICIENT" SERVICE it is now at Clay Hill. Tne
i h'aare forth a pink and blue bassinet get all th. extra roominess, ease of" handling and
colored against the "
overflowing with -
gifts. "j; j

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD long green- as of I the lived pine,at, Clay Strange Hill( us I Miss Sara McDonough of St.Louis D famous dependability of today's big Dodgel li

never saw but one snake: and It Mo., concluded a two weeks I

was a great big bull snake, I visit with the R. H. .
think they said. They are hnnv- of the Keystone Aviation Academy .. Take a ride in loJuy' big low-priced Dodge Dad tee how

Court & Muillium. iSt.*. Mtarke, I-la. lesa. It was In the yard by fie on Sunday. Miss McDon ranch Dodge give you for just allOW dollar t more than the lou.,,,t
time I got Daisy It had disap ough Is Mrs. Browning's sister. priced reran SHOUtOI
TO .PAI.-l'Io
peared. I am so glad the Mis Mrs. R. A. Weeks returned last Discover for yourself the extra! comfort of Dodge stretchoutroamiiieii Boron....,'. )Inatrb.dv tin to rmrtct full
alon Church at Rev. Strickland'sIs | n e of mn-width itat*.
I Saturday evening from the flashing
a vaca- DOOR SEDAN pick-Dp of the more powerful Dodge
doing so much good. They area lon In New York. "Gel-Away" Engine the imoolhnen of Fluid Drive.

Announcing Our OpeningFRIDAY i That great Is where help to two the of community the teachers The Keystone Heights PTA all the extra. -value features Dodge give you at no extra Check eo.tl! s

will meet next Tuesday, October $1,795.00D
Here's VALUE that make
board. I am so hnppy they your Dodge dollar a bigger dollar
18. at S m., In the school ,
OCTOBER 11 I now have electric ltA'hts.Ve p audiorium. See Dodge now I

waited so long for t'lem.' They This is membership en. .///v.r.j,
rollment anti all are urged: to at- BIG NEWDODGE
StoreLocated have a nice cafeteria and things
Carter's Community
i are In good: shape now.IUL..TL tend.Mr. STARKEWith
HINTS: Mice lire and Mrs. W. H. Redfearn
in New Building on spent Sunday In Thomasvllle OMU 1 AKM K bad Oa.
here this time of I ,
y.ur. ..... .....
Mrs. Ella Md |M | r>d II. art
I have traps. I tie cotton on the C. Bird is In the
. New Lawtey to State Farm Highway ton for bait. The mlco eat: the Lakeland Hospital for observation. DriveanewDodgetodayutlt!'

, I, pedal and put lard on the cut a f.w dollar, mor than the lowmtt priced east' roam.loofa. fc_:I.WAYS......... .Ibow IN.IIIII.room. V**.t rJ..

I GAS! OIL GUOC"IUEUAT: : : cotton as well as the Iud and Is. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Rohlin of sots "'ppuot lop foe .......... camf_
not able to jump back when the Tampa and Atlanta Ga., were in

COMPLETE: LINE OF FEEDSWe I' trap snaps. To make a foot town last week preparing the J. P.
scraper nail bottle caps from Rohlin home on Lake Geneva for ROBERTS MOTORS
extend a cordl.il welcome; to our old! customer. and! I soda bottles with roofing nailsto the return of Mr. Rohlln'i parents

we Mill aim appreciate) the putronai of new rnNhtrneraOSCAR a square board that can lay Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rohlin
I near the door. Children. can who have been in California 600 Temple Ave. Phone 69

CARTER. OWNER scrape the wet sand from their sine May. Starke FloridaFlun.u'


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Icy Party at her home In Starke. ;1 up her. membership list at this accident occurred at the Bun rtvrlA Horn.U.. M. H<*rM.<.vt.i In C IrrnK t.s.nrS. llr*...lr...,. (........,.. named' Court and cnuan, whi>r.li> "
I :>rt.|..n prrrlm-. No. 7. >.w"..*-., ri..rl.lni. In Itutmrrrr.Iti.m plaintiff ...."k. lftvori*.. Br.5or4.
time for a new Griffin store
attendingwere year at Maxville and Mrs. "
Those from Hampton PINE LEVELIty M 1. I. JohnH. t'lHPk : 1t..II.h,1- 101"1'111" tifiiKturam. Plaintiff, ( onnty Tol'uraph' Khali ....bU... 0,
Mrs. L. J. Wynn Mrs. T. J. I The next demonstration will be Godwin suffered a knee Injury rca's. Frank Tnmllnmin JHV M odvHlvcfhm VK Hvrrrtt Marry I/n.hll'anl. U.. this ( 'uder In irat" 4 u n.Wltnvna .
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ny Mrc.. M. C. Ald"rman, Mrs. J. T. Guy Mrs. Mn. II. SI. McR a | on milking Xmas decorations. and two or three fractured rib. k..il. i ltaud prjMln> Crews" Clerk M llrimfcrrt; J. W. Vnilanl r of (Publication'RI" No. 7537.4)rde aNsI. totlr. at .ritarka. mv KlnrliU, hanil, and tlila 8..ptei., >peal itxr ,
Swp \
M. L. Wfltterson and Mrs Dorothy The little son of Mr. and Mrs. lluward iHiuulaii. 13. T, Stww- to.ppr.tr. 21. I941. ;
S S ..
T\fH K .
I lit
I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. l>eea and H.rt lot "
Elland. Eugan Padgett fell and severely Kvctctt I Harry llnndiirant. whimerxHlclxiifH OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas. ,
Rev. W. E.: Hall filled Ms children of Branford visIted Mr. TUP: noAUD OF prm-H* INs'nldrl'l'ioN. ,IK rare %Villiiu," **f. noniliirnnt. .\. "I..1c nl1 Kald Court.
regular -
MKKTINO (' )NTINUMThe to the I cut his left leg last week. I In I ,i" n A i) K o I It J n &reanebtro& North haven. Crosby, r>.pnty CI..k.
Hampton delegates appointment at Pine Level { and Mrs. O. W. Barry last week- l'ul'o.T,011':. .\. II. I'. Moriraii. ', I'arollnu.: .
Gospel Tent Meeting being I was rushed to tho doctor and Uncut \ -" aro' 1'.1111.| l to npiifur" on T. Frank J.niulrnoi. iitarkr. Florid
Santa Fe Baptist Association inAlal'huR Baptist Church over the weekend aocretaiy( lOll| It I 1,4, cvtolmr 31.I \\V49 In th. nlmvn namfl Ally. for 1>lt. 9-2.1 4t 10-14) .
held Is,
here by V. E3. Jones Church end.Mr. healing nicely. _
C'niirt )
of Christ on Thursday of last with more than 200 In Sunday and Mrs. T. W. Mnrkey .' ii. Foil 111115lice seek >j nn dlvorra mima Ilrailfc.id wherein plaintiff >(1'1.1 I'I'lIy
Minister of Uncle County I
Starke School ClasHps Sunday morning.: and Iva Mae Lewis were In Llnli Lang suffered( a .. .1..1 btdM w III I... t veflvtMl. I hv 'l'eievrsih| \ nlmll' publixh, ;Ihli, ViCes To whom ,It sun. ronrrrnl
will continue through this week. week Included Mrs. J. VV. Home, paralytic stroke theHoaPd.. ..r PuliHo I, Tact nut In ofHradford In nest four. w..*klv InnupN.WltixH Thin' l I. to tiniiff all whom It mufconri
Sunday mornIng
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Supp and.lI Gainesville Monday afternoon.Mrs. Countv, Florida, for no '
Services KM .. rn f 'hiivtt flied my Finn '
have been changed from Mrs. H. H. Parker. Mrs. T. E. and at this writing Is very line motor oil, lubricants, and oilier mv hand niul .i'ffn| | | seal| Hi'port anil miiiln application to ,
children of Hellbronn were visiting Jones of Callahan visitedMr. Ht "HtiirkB. Florida .
8:00: to 7:30: ) p,m. Simmons. H. B. Wlggliui C. C. low.SUNNYBROOK. lint\roll um npodurta" (or lisa I In i Ph'l lI 21. 11545.OFL"t''IAh' thlM Sxptvmbitr the County Jmlice.. of Hrailford (*otintv .
I I Mrs. Snpp'a grandparents, and Mrs. Tyler Jones and I ili'ly; *>w nvd Ht'lmol, IIUHPM o:|>trut i ml i ih for Final' IHmharic as Admlnlitrator ,-
,' the iunnty Hoard "Ills mule fur ( "HKAI' ) .\. .T. Thnmn I of tin. "Knlari.: of <1 > I l.
Friends of Mrs. 'Tldwell and Emory L. Brown. Mr.. and Mrs. II. M. McHae Sat. < orir
Carl Brown children a few days. inu'h, .1,lunnrtthm.. I R* will I to.. m..*ipiltti | An flolk nf mill) Coillt 1',,",n 11'. .......H", illnnl I.
regret to hear that she is confined Mr. and Mrs. Leaston A. Wynnof urday afternoon. Mrs. R. A. Colson and twochlldr..n nifft i Sin r'qii rt'lnents" of th* IV.....Haven. '......hy. I>. ('. '. II Mill( DM Ailmlnlnlrator. 1
i-Mimtv,, for Ii liieiv nwnt, *.1 l IHINHHH. J. | |" K "fklpi.vr., 221 ilrulmm
to Shadycrest Hospital this Hampton Lake had as their Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas visited Mr. and Mrs G. front (th* ilul, nf ,uwerI of rontntrtto ..1.1.... .la,'*< .,,villa., Flnrlila.. 9-83 4t 10-14 _

week and trust she will soon be were visitors In Jacksonville) B. Colson Saturday. :th.. HUfM-HHHful:! ,I bidder; tn Junit 30, i Ally fur .'Ir. -no 41 10-21 In lOcuSt .'..,, riradforri Co..tr. '1''

much Improved. | dinner guests Sunday October 2, Thursday of last week. Med Andrews of Miami Is hereon fly Wamlit 1'ronliy null 11550.I rI Thea.I to (i.e. L'0.ont reiilreumenus' j-ratlittiM' I are of RIINOlln ...11-, In t ,Irrult (....;rt.: :-n,1 teenSy, frlorlilni;,: ICoy In:: t 5 ilrubli friinrrry.Kdwarit i .PlaIntiff VH.lila .
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Duncan and '
I i, < ,ml,i Slit I itf i I'IorIlai In 4 knnprry,
n till I.
S. J. O'steen and family left I an extended visit with hU iitfitar Mvrtli Uriilih. Defgndant. Ca.. ;
and Mrs.
Mr. J. B. Fish of
and Miss Irma Jean Godwin of Midi niuv' I... nulnitlttHtl" bv each Mil- KilvMiril, I.iittitniilo.' I'liilnlirf.. vm Itnn.* No. 7640.Onlrr .
children of Mr.
on Monday for Plant City where I Baldwin were vlsltlnjr Mrs. Fish's brother Rev. Barney Andrews ,I...* fop KHHollnn. OP, motor oil anmiiv ,UillailEln, Ili'tVmlaiil. t'lIre :Nn i

they will make their future Mrs. J. P. Hazen of Ocala and aunt. Mrs. Alma Starling Wednesday : and family.A Starke spent lust Thursday' night "uivHt, I tho ronvrnlcncw uf I th* OMlvr\ of .'.iblli. ,...5...fi nitil *k..th l .1641'1 ,\psa.sIr.nl'l'l't'lII Pnhllrnllun' 111n.OHII unit 4atIee> t tel t. '\0
'I |senr. H'tm litKlllllll
with Miss > \
borne. ,I Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Wynn. The night of last week. number of people attended Glendu Crosby. Ihhl'l..r' iniint l b" ,,11111"l d. ftHal.*il and rti... iltattilii.. whom,* rtilil<>iiraanil In lilu. unknown Mvrtli' uiiilib whose. r..Id"n". .J

The Junior followingVpdnl! day they visitedIn I Cottage! Prayer Meeting Thursday Mrs. Tullie Norman and son rI'I us rni to I II I. I*. .Moi. '.."a. SIII PPIIt'tidont ml.l.ftiK. la Tit, I'llfton Axtnuo, : f"
Boys Class of the | Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae and nf I'M,li,)110' I 8lnl.n Uliinil 5. Nw York: You anreiiulrvil. to appear on
Jacksonville! and the latter night at the home of Kev. Gerald of Hellbronn was visiting In..tI"n. Drlohxr 31 I I'M! >. In I Ihn abovn nammlourt
Hampton Training Union with i ith I "on. Harley and Mm. H. M. Mc Hturktt, l-'l.tildn by 10 'on n. III., Mnnditv Von K.i'0" r'<*nulii I *"l to mipvar" onnrtoltrr (' rI, ,
.ir teacher C. L. : part of the week left for North I and Mrs. Barney Andrews. Mr. and Mrs. I,. A. Crosby Sunday id-tiibHt i 24. IHVi" Th> .11''-.-..... i 31 I. I iH! in I Ih. alt nami'il ..'..k. ilivonc a i aitur v\ Nirffin I plaintiff I "
Mny. enjoyed Rae visited Mr. and Mrs. N. A. fill,' hldd'-P. will I IIH, ...'(trh..1 within, 9lov ('..,ii'I .,sI, I'Miitia. \vhti'pn| plaintiff, ni.iiifonl L2auflty'l''i'ltuiiiIi : "
Carolina and South Carolina. Leslie Green has returned home .h..11 1 1 i IIM' il l hhi* l>rd.r
a wiener roast on Thursday i Conner at Midway Monday night.Mr. nfti-r" i the blilx him* hi-t'ii ..1stil ,- I..k. tlivoif*' Hriiilfonl t'onnty In tu>xt font, \\t-.i.I ..
afternoon of last week. where they will visit relatives for from the hospItal and Is getting i Mark Henderson. from' Jasperwas ",, (t'd THX 1'X"'I'IIo': n i'- ri irl'itl's( > Tfli'/rriiih' ahttil IHI".h i his unlui, I iv MIIM.Wuiir.h ,
and !Mrs. Robert IsiS i I'.I' 'i I i rrpi'lal seal
Myrick I '"n i lieu.. i.f detul I tMXi will b* ,In fled< four, weekly IKHIMKlrnrnK u .1.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott a m ,r.th. nnd daughter Kathy visited Mr. along fine. I visiting Mr. and Mm. Floyd fl.llllMlu-d, l'i, I thtMiir I ..--fill, I bldilfiUiiMiitinc I \\' i mv hanil, anil' ...rr"'h'.al I at "hi' iirk,', KI..IHI 1 'Ii, t ih. 14"penll.> r
Mr. and Mrs. Archie! G. El- We are sorry to report that Crosby Sunday afternoon. .1..'."..** fm-lllK.H, In,<'lulling. at "Htnrki, *. KlorlUa, I nun I Si'im-niliur. ( I .;. 51.4''
were guests of friends/ here recently and Mrs.\ B. M. Myrlck In Gainesville : ,","(hTKl'''nnd dink w III |h., > fut titnh 87. l' 41tol'Klt'IAr. (OKFICIAI" si 1'\1.: I ,iAs \ i Thornsi. .
On Friday afternoon land! spent the weekend in Homo- Friday night. \11'''. John Cone and Mrs. Buddie ,Floyd Crosby and l Cowley Crosby d I ti,> the .'ssisiy.lill I .. .. Sl\t.> A..I. Thi.maa 'im, I i. ...1 alii Ccmi' 'L.K .
RUMS In the Alachun Aa Clerk. nf I !"). llavi'n I'ronbx I' 5'
are patients ,",'. ,, nitlll Couit
sassa.Mlrses. business "'n) I'ur' 110. "i.'a r .. .
Mrs. Scott was hostess at a Stan.Accident We hoar of I were visitors to LiveOiulc .,. I Tv l'nvin t'roabv. D .'. :'1..lIn.1 i i l'"'.,irl .n.IIota.. 4
are sorry to the t bhl f( "ntt* fop .nhlllllll"t .. O.1.1.. ,
Ho | |
wish them .
June Recher and County pltal.Ve "IHt'elne"doy.. T Kin, nk' T.iimlrum.' .Ntai-ki'. I'lorlil lllilK. ,lll.< I K- 'lit, Hi.' '1,1 Hilt..
|10" ,,
Peggy illness of Edward Hall Murl'h'e.little \\1'11111" to i Hit fuMci' lnri-ii Hlnnon I t speedy recovery.Mr. .'. "rubllr, liiHtrtu'tlon, |I' ti lint .l")\, Alt): fni I'lf li 10, 4i in' : | I Ally for 1'ir 'i HI 41 l ishi7Riett'
were guests Friday and son of Mr. and Mm. J. E. and Mrs. Charley trim- Mrs. Kssle Crosby and, children. "Slmk.' .'III..hl i |,i, or b1'iilllnK. I tn,, '
9 S Saturday !Mrs. Willie Mae Den- 'Murrheo of Milliard. He Is the and Kuthryn and Robert Kelly: |uriiin. nt Hiirh, ..rrl.) ... In. ih I .. ,.Kiintx.Vo In llr.'ult.. ICnrt.lIrnsIf.rsl oiinlr..'
burg of Keystone Heights visited .... lorliliit! In t hnnrrrr |
.u.hnu. .
ton of Starke. attended the Horse \V ..limn: ,, cinrnlHi I
-'s Show In (I'rnrk riiilntlfr VH .
only grandson of Rev and Mrs.
'ier sister Mrs. Mary L. Green. : It,Id ..110.."' thiin a "..,,1..1) 1 bttl 'rtil ('rock I >.>f.*mtiint. t....f N II i $1IJ''YO
Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert Hall and W. R.: Hall.Friends Unintisvllle Saturday night. will ,ht> an,,,,,'11110...' and Friday morning. vibniltttd' on Uid fi-i, ,.nif, tit.h in n of liihlliNilon' .l \...lrr I
daughters of Tampa were visiting of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mr and' !Mrs. Marcus Conner nn totpprnr. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harbin ,>d h) I'h,* 'oiinly 11.1. '",ill I Itf Ml *I'M llf I Kl.Oil. S tot I
friends here Saturday' and .Taylor will be Interested to know and daughter Linda of Gainesville and daughter: and Mr. and Mm. oiiHidi. ,.'id. I'lnta.. II. .ml I t"ritk., whim, i .1.1nnil .
Sunday.'HOWARD'S, 'Tlt- I llfiard "ss..ei'vs.e I th* tirht' I n. nililii'MH. l I.. llox II'S. (V. ..>k th666isquiD
that they have moved from Al- Floyd Crosby and children Jimmy '.. ltuH"1 !
visited Mr. and Mrs. L. A. J.--t line 'np' all l.iI.5.llssliIl AliMtn'oii Nw: Jersey :
tnntic Blvd.. Jacksonville toOlUHtee. Brown Sunday afternoon. I Crosby Hobby and, Rule ''' sit.!' "IM'I.LU'\ 'IVHTliri'TliiV. : You:; lire ;'quiriil. ;I In "IWII'| | ,in i ,
1111.\1..11"i "' I'nr.NTVKt. ,, .
I () .10. i 4 ittu, Ill 49\ ,In I t'" ibov
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Hahn and Crosby and Kev. Wilt attended a ) .< ''KII\, II. P MoPKan.' .*-.". 05 YSHLItS.lAMP taST Mial

Mr. rind Mrs. Russell Thomas (daughter of Haiford and Mrs. Elton wiener Roust nt Island Grove ivtMpy. 10-7 II in) JlIn I -

were visiting Mr. Thomas' parents Taylor and son of Worthington Baptist Chur'h.Saturday night. (.,..."tt r...... nrntlfuril Co..(,.* .

Mr. and Mrs. Hermon Mrs., Marcus Conner attended k-'InrlilMi In t bunrrrr.I 1(11"
visited their mother.
I I tit id i.J. \lr.\lnririiy., Plntntlff.' vnliiiHHt'll ,
Thomas In Rising section Sun. Mrs. Bonnie Mott Sunday afternoon a \VMU State Meeting In Clearwater U Murtray, l>tf"mlunt. : YES; VE AR. .
.. Nn 7641
two days last week.Singing .. I'libllrnfliin <. to -
day.Miss Order ( unitotU:
; Genett Moody of Palatka Miss LubpdaInholster visited %l.l...... SIll(.. off F lor I tin' intUuNit WHAT ?
DHUI-J I ..|I I*. Sit'SI*1 ii ray, w hon riHldtn -.- '-.
was an overnight guest of MissesJoyce Mrs. Dewey Bathea of Gainesville -
ConventionThe j .*H (ftu"! .i\OilrtKV 1m Jndlniivlu, 1
and Barbara Jane ThomasSaturday a few days last week. I U..I""II.I'II I y0uk45'OT

You HP* "ri n,Hi, roil' to npi'"nr on ,4 4c2x
night.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Gano and
County Sinking
Ortobt 31.I I lU-tt), In thu Hl l.t I' itti.m-tl
I and Mrs. Robert Myrick Katie Lee Smith of Gainesville Convention. will meet all Court and l .'i.,tie.. w lint-hi ,fEWEf Y-F N :

As and daughter/ were dinner guestsof ivere supper guests of Mr. and : Sunday October 10 at clay I phi:::tut: v Iff 'I'I'l''iiIIlIi perkS I '':dlvoptH.:I hhall UriidfopilC'ount ,|iubllHhLhlM :: i:

{ necessary AS Mr Myrlck's mother Mrs. Mrs. R. F. Gano Tuesday night. Congrega.! I orrtr, la nvxt 4 woeklv leslIe, BEER.IllBFRldHTNi7ttlrI!
I Susie' Myrick. at Lake Geneva tlonul MvthudiHt Chuivh. three \v it tIres mv hitnd. Had,, offlflat m-'iil I
miles north of Starke on tho nt Stat kc'. 1 1'I"'ln., his Hcim-iiilx-r
Sunday.Mr. )l"lhi.!
:your Laggage I and Mrs. Arthur McRae Jacksonville I Highway, K\eryiiio: rtVlK'lAT-' HIAD! A. .1. Thotimn, ., 'j
Is AH Clerk, of HiiUI. ''...'.1.
Call LAKE GENEVA Invited to and \
on UH for reliable come bring awell
Insurance drug were visitors to Jacksonville Sat Pv hay'n, .i'rs.ln', I M'puly, u'l.'rlu.' i I j
filled basket. CtiniIt I H.-HM, V04-OA Uliaraniy 1,1ft
and health needs at worthwhile urday. Ity Blanche Cunningham Hldtf'' .lui-kNonvllli. Florida.Atty .

Mrs. Clyde Tomllnson and Mrs. In t'lri'ult. Court, llrnilforil, ('hussy' for. I'lf ll-HO: 4t )10-Zl '
Ma\ In"... \\'.. pride ourx. .,Iveti on Grover Conner of Starke were lorlilai In t tinncrr

Charley E. Johns It. II. For yth. retired B & O Alma. 'Illi'lot r'I tui. I rlalntirf I I VH.DiliflHliI In l'lr's.It I t'....... MrniKord 4ottnt>-
the xcriipiiIoiiH exactness which i visiting Mrs. A. J. Fender Tues. I I I Ic ha rdsiu, l>rfi'inl it nt.UM Kl'..rlil." In ( las...*.... Yes. ddx Beer m. skwvftdey.
railroad conductor formerly of < No. 76511orilrr .
Agency dny : I.lu-ilo' .Mn" .IOIIOM. C.'V, Pliilntlff, vhtidit
Into. single fctnnellsvllli .*; 1'iiiiMrntlon nnd iotlro. toApprnr. I | goes every prescription Pn but now makIng Theft a/tj 's4do -
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender and X' ,.
Phone IS STAKKK FLA. I r s I H: OF "'I.UIUI> \ IIMOtuftHil : 7&.1HOrilcr : your
fill. family were dinner guests of Mrs.IeflJr's his home here nan received Hh".r".n. whom* rrnlIIIHM ..r "'".1.1...'"11 I.,.. mill, S itilrtpprnr. <.. 9e/7tzn
we I a 40-yenr membership, pin from ami uiuii.s la unktionn, : \ H\ I'II OK.1.1..11111\ .lot weJ-f-li-eI :; ,? your dei4y
parents Mr. and Mrs. You mi* riMimrfil' \ to Mpp, ....r onNuv I I iciihci, t I Ketf I'..y. whone, oHidt. in, '<*
.' PHONE 79Temple Tt. I. Batten of Thereana Sunday. the Brothel'hood. He became a :. 7i Ii, 1I4'I! : III I lhi> ahi>vi> naniixl, anil, adilriiH' In unknown:
.-.. Court llml 1 catlHitlu' 'I'''In plalltliri t ,
r. member of that You orerpquii" iil" I lo appriir ont
Mr and Mrs. A. J. Fender and organization on ...,
..... .. .. Avenue Starke. Fla. ka illvoreei.5 Itiinlforil. i'liunlj I n<- ,di">p at I, I 10 "I'S 1. III I iii.. .ahov. nunii'il' l
.. 'ninlly, enjoyed a birthday sup. Ortober 7, 1000. TC|.>KIIIIBlmll" | | I piitillnh. i i tills Orilnl Com 1'1 t anduu. .c IM-U-HI" |>hiintiffHtM'kn ,

R.pr.wntlna THE TRAVELERS, Hartford at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T !M Flnley and H. Ayerawere In rn, >xt four wui'klv |Irsus'a.VIineaa .11 vn'I', ItradfiMtl. < iiintx ( ZX JI
per my 'naml anil official i T<*l lwni. si'im( Hhull, |III.hlo.h, thlft' 1/>I. it h. i
"?alvin! | ) Ward Friday night in honr among the many !Muttons .Kill 1 a' Miarkn., Klorldii." I his Oiiiln. In ,",,'xt J finir,, a ,,".C Iy U--tM-M,. .
who attended. the Pith anniversary 4. I 141'.. 'vii" tnt iusl, .. ,,,I "rrh 1,1 ., ...l
of Alton I Dobbs and Fri-dcrlck ((1111'11'1\1. "i4t' 1.) A J TIlonillH .11 "'tn. I I.., ,1"1", liii. "i4'i'I." 111'1''
Ward. of St. John the KnptUL A s cii-rk of mi III Court' 41. l'i4'il'FI.'ui'i.1. I

TRANSFER AND 1 K. It flatten of Theressn was judge[ In ViiIdoHta Ga., last w.k.Jfr. nv. .1,.Ilavrn TltoimiH, rroaliv.., Jr. P.Htaiki. CA *, FlorlilnAll ( .. .A""$17' 'lu-\I'I 'h It "r A ouil J.,, 'l'hnii'1 I'.. ,," I \\ioucka

B. ALVAREZ & SON and Mrs. Woodrow Coxunui \ fur, I'lf 111.1 41 10 IM .
STORAGE CO. vaulting his son-in-law and daughter. ___ l"v lli'1\ '" "'I' I 10 I"
moved Into h ,I 'TI 1, .I.i.", "II Clai'It" 1'i.. "t.. 1 (
Mr. and Mrs F. Fender family their new .. 00ODBeef
A. Mil II l t: i- < ti it: 'I' r" "I'ir 1 I' 110 41 10 I
SaturdayBKOOKER. home lust week. This means Nl.I.'I- In h.-ri'liy II''\'''' I hut I III,.,

: -i \Ve operate locals I '1 mother nice home added to tho llnaiil of, I'nniily.1'ulille", i Klnrlila.limtrurllon will, inri'iit nfllriiiironl -

npidlv growing/ lint built hero .. HI>" |1..1| lililn, for, I thii Mali. of I"h,,> HAtlfJWEEN /
'% A: long NMl ..1 HW'i' ..r NK'i, of Ht>etlon ir! .. \
rr, I 3T.r9.r ecently.' To\nnlilp' 5 Hotith, It,....... 21 l M:,,cllontiilnlnff '
any"here In U.S. The ninny friends of Gilbert u 20 aries' tnoto nr .NIHM' t2: PARr WRM7
nororilltiir" 'to t tho I irovf4rnni,'*nt HIM. ,
EXC'ELl.F.Nr Ky Iva Ma Leis umorennx. will regret to learn ".,)' I HiiTf nf Tlil'. piopiirlv" IK rim r- /
!t _ that he Is a patient in the Luke I Ihi-r I iloHrrlhHil! sal lili-nllfli-il' UN uplirl JOLLY
I of till; |5iee't: : HI,: llOOl;:: \ *i lf<> lllllllohlih ,,,* ............ ; I,
4 STOItAOR City veterans hospital.Mrs. I, I l Ii.. I Hilll>.ionii Mli'inenliirvHi : ...............,.. j4 I'IHE'
ITMKKTINO: ; Agues H. Laurence oflrYHtnnp hoot IH Kllinit..l,. "Hi" 'lll,1.-il Mils ulllhi .......'-,... JAX I BREWINO COMPANY/ 3CKONVILL I rLOIlDAr'
;;: The regular/ meeting of the arefi'loil, by I ihi I Itonril of I I'ulilli
FA.C1MTIESSee Melghtii who r.turn,1mCI'nUy ,
I Inn) riot I''Ion at UH ..rrlc,' In th""im,
Htookor I'TA WAS held nt the Vrom Hendersonvjlle N. tv ,'iiiirlhoiini u .. i nt, HlalliH." 'Klorlilniinlll
Rents For i'j ,urbool houic Thursday night S I I 1 10'oil ..'..1".1' a 111. Mitniliiv" ,
C. was calling old fl'lenol.ihpre .
on ( (. ,loln'i 2'i t. I I'll'i" ot uhlrh S 11 I,".- ii U I; ,
DelcherBros.! !Sfptembi-r' 29. Plans were madeat i Friday evening.Mrs. l 101.1.. i .-i ,,1..1 i ) will||| l l.i- npi'iieil' ,11 ItI,! ,

MS first! this time for the AnnunI Hal Ida M. Gentry attended .I IloiirilVo I.''.1,i iiloinl, In Hii| 'rlnl' I at-aHlun ,if th, ,

I. I lowe'en Carnival and chicken the Itobarts-Johnson wedding In Mil nlh... thou a .>>iil..il, Mil DOUSING COSTt.Ui
uhlch will b held down Hill I Im ai'et>,plt>cl l anil. no lilil U"o
upper eyHtono afteinonn.T .
Haturday .
lv. ., nrii-r I ii In' limnof. Ml 00 ,, li I Iit .
town as usual on Saturday night \V. Cunningham JaekMonvlll ,m u' I III i I li.* ...ooiiHiiin\ ,
Til,, llniinl. rt-m-rvi-i* the rlithl < i
October 29. A shot live
gun NAS
the weekend
spent at .
I ri'Ji- I fly or nil I i Mil",
pig/ and a beautiful bedspreadwill hilt! honin here. 'IIn,1* ) up IT'M.tf IVHTItll'TIOV.

Are You For Cold Weather? I ba given away at this time Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Forsythe I'lll'NTY;I;, I: i.'llt:,.'II. A II.II \KO I1: M I II.,IIlean. .II

Ready I 'o the holders of the lucky tlckt Charles Forsythe, and Mrs. A. .Huerriurv. I I I'll? i Ilin'I I '!!i iIn U1 % !
.t t Another attraction will In- "iiflion Gainesville _
were callers 4 Iri-nlt ( ....... llraiiroril 1 fouiilo, .
"-lurlu Novelties Fish Ponds For. Friday. .. .,'.I.,, >., I ..n..n
I. nnlc. Tlurfoot. : Plaintiff
MarcUs _
line Dull
telling1. Throwing
I i 1 hoi 1..* AIIM-IINIIIH, vlHrwiia. I In I
Spooks Parade and the Cake r.iuliini, I'aHiNo 7r. i l1Orilrr :
I- .r I'lililN-nllon. anil %..i I.>r Inn
VVnlk. % ".*.... -1'\ "11-1: ftl"' t'll>ltltl *il,
Supper will be served at the LONG BRANCH ('*iirlee, AiitfiiMtu" Mm' .wit*. who,.
I ITIITill old Colson Store r*>iili.n| ,.>' In 4IT .Mnutli.. Miiln tllr,-.'',
Building beginning
A Ity Mri. ,1. I. :Nlrlcl.l.inil' Norfolk a VlrarlnlaYou ..
Ht 4:80:: In the afternoon. The girl riiinr| ,il I lo nppini"r on. .
price will be OOn for the chicken Not' itS, I IIO I In I I..i'.. almv.> nam< il
.. .
'it'onrt tinil'
.hu15. 'h'r.'n' Dilntifseek' '
ir plate pnpper. Coffee will bo I lomeromlng laxt Sunday at i illvfirfi*, I'ltHtoilv' rivnlriit nf
I I Long Ytianch was well nttended.we I' mlnot' i hllil, atliiinnv.,, itr 11..1'.1, -- -
free And cake
extra. .
or .
: pie MIIIIM Ti'li-Kriiph. nhall .,...hll.h th! ". .- .- ---- -
Kveivone" Is Invited to attend fact we always have about Onli-r' In ,,,'xl four, wiklv' |IKIM -

r-j.-j-i T b thin affair as there will be entertainment thr'e times more people than I >ciini.". '''v linn>l unit. "?fI., I Inl.. I :: It! =:- = --= 'IT- :
( null nt Starki. Klurlilil' '' I Sue llitoh) 'iI : 1F r.1
!thtn is room In the churrh huildInjr Ii'
for all. The proceed I '"'I I'' 1iR _.J III
of tin enrnlval will he used for The pastor Hf'v.VA lieI'. d". (OP-'fM.| | HHM.,: ) A..I 111011111AH < : w! / 11. I :._.:- : -= ]f .:
(*li>,lk of Hall! i'..'ur'Hv l.J:: .
the lieneflt of the school. livpri a wonderful message/ i lal- 5l'.von ( '..."hy.I ,P I* JI 1 -j ;.II'.Ir-' 1----- .. -1J81"

The mules the though he win nufferlnK from a II II 'DIIIHIIn, l.viKh" Illilv. ,lil.MioilIlM : 1.- F: .. -====-= I. J .
on supper com- I Klxrlil' -_ ....; IUI':"" Il =. ___ lS- _
I'li'lre' sit" staked to meet with ,deep chest cold nnd 11 siyenaiuiui' Allfor I'lf I III--7 4t in asNOIII .1'I_ l _-.' ---. l.f%.J.

,! "hi,. 'ten "!M.*rs at the school on Frlliy .. hpodal'llAfter the inorn- v: .... fi: .i--:<.-i"101' _-- -- -:::::-- I .:t ::,

: afternoon October 21. at 2 log KcrvlfpH. dinner wan Hi-ived TliKoaril, ..I'' "I'lihlli, loxliii' ,'" i iof -- ,;,. ... -.. --L- J -, _:
.. on tnblri' outside the rhurrh.After ,llfiiilfuril, I Ciiiintv.,.. Klnrliln: hii'infiilli L
i .loi-k :: null; I. ,. :, : ;
I, iiI KIVIH, f a Mp > .il 1 .cI:
; dlnnnr all who could ifi-l: "i'i.-'i: i tlon to lit ,hi.lil on, ,'...'...I"v >: '!- ::: _.... ....:::

Mrs Olin) Hair and son, Mal- Inside returned to tho church for mil. r IDI'l.) In Klixiliil Tim Hill. ': --I-I IHlxlllit
: : : \ : ;;
I :No I of iirilfri '-,,, !
''tte of Dukes visited Mrs. Mary untie more music And l we all r'loililn. Hi" ,lioiinilarl",, ..? ti..I.,

r, tii; HI-II Sunday afternoon.Mrs. I 'nt\x\ until'I we were hoor.'e\ Hpi'i-lnl, I Tan "Hi-htiol' I IHatrlit" S I
IIKIMV, .,iwitiiniilvH with S thi* h..mi
Hetln Drown of High had special music by the And rjmm S ATTRACTIVE DROP
.I., ri.'. of I Iho i-iiiniv H u.n.- i t. ilr.v 5 EXTRA HEAVY
i| Springs visited Mr. and Mrs. I.. foully from Hi-lrpvjlli llnp- .Hfillon. 2111* 11. Klnrlilii/ Hlmr.-, I SIDING
t'llt.I I an ,amrnili-il ''iv I'hui.n-i .' 25 Kl4 : _
4fr4 i 1.\ ]Mott SundayMr tint Church and Hilllt- r.i'\ln < ,,,. of 'florlili.' 'Shill:> Hull, ) .'l, .1"1' INSULATION FRAMINGWELLSEASONED
4 An.II u. J. F. Hnrdeo of from, the Springfield Kiiptlxt to hi hilil at tin' :uwiial, :I pollluir: .I iilu!' -
I ;: ;,
V. In ia, h viitlnir pri lnt in ',iI'i| ) MMl a
rJ fjiCro8 vHlted. ]Mr and Mrs. Church In Jacksonville brought l tr for' 'iln> ,purn, '>... ..f ..,li
Wilson (J keen Sunday. I II I his 1'''' tAble organ and plnyed.lo'T'e trhiet'r nil ,she piilill, .. h If".I. I DOUBLE-HUNG WOOD
l tvllhlM* thi- li.inn'lnrl"f "Mn" I lulTa _
I S'r and Mrs\ Frank ;Norman : hen utiful numbrrn MisS v "M, hoi" rifMrlil' I !No I ,rn: h "r WINDOWS

of Water OAk visited Mrs. fxttieEilwardi Dt'bbl Phllllpa asked permission. I"II lie thru eriip.liHhall, I In'I! I LIFETIME
I' l Iy the uuallflxil ..I.| -, torn. r .ulil. .tI
Sunday to play on.. number ">n the little EXTRA LUMBER
__ J ,' ..n.v.. hut. n'i* ..",,r.. than r n.>' iitift CONSTRUCTION
AFrs Tobe Norman of Hellbronn organ She hadn't played one In I I *>.. Hhnll I I rnuroi aov "ni.* > INSIDE
d.n1.** district., for which .i' .1"' _ _
I Springs visited her daughter Mrs.L I.' years or more but "III' hann'tloot fuar l momlifr i In provlilcd I,> *

I ttli> Edwards: Sundny.! the art! Th. pornotiH. iiirtliri? ".l I.. hold... -ii' *i
.. MONEY with this durable handsome building. $395 is not a
ofi '" n.i who r < i>.lv ih* art .it. SAVE BIG
| Mr. and Mi*. Rill PlummeT of We found there are 200( more nnmhi'r of vor.'i. .raiit for. .5.t .. f .tiof

| Orlando are visiting relatives herd of the cement atones on the tniHt.i>ri nulilx-t, to lh. Sin II", down payment, but the FULL PRICE! Finance it if you like-or buy it on
linn ,prom-rlbul, ,aliovi*, nhall .oi, v. fi, .
for H few duys. grounds to be erected or net 10'' the onMiilnr. f wo vnri an irimti lay-away plan. Buy this building NOW-while the supply lasts. Add

'L Pitt Baxter And Itessle Colson he iinm.nkci; graven. Thin will for nalil -hool I 'I let rI-t our
I The milliiBTi' for the .*nHiiltiv', I lirnnluin fine
S3I.)5 DK-25, 25.000 UTU Were In Jacksonville, on business Irnvt a number of graves unmarked for nal.l .Hpi. ...Iul.r", v Hi'lloullilHtrlt I the finishing touches yourself and motto this quality building a truly

The rnr No I "h"lI.ale.. ,lio e.Ioi l l ""
Thursday.Mr yrt. offering
bedrooms big living room
home. Our floor plan provides two ,
suggested ,
anil l"'* .m''I.'i' at tho *anu lliii 5 -
And Mrs. Charlie Kelley of I the upkeep of the cemetery a- ,...*.*.lh..1 l.v law Thii'""imItoaril P
Ziff Visited Mr. and Mrs. T. W. mounterl to $.IH 22. There WHMilxo / of Fuhtli' InHlrurtlon In, .. kitchen, bath and plenty of -closets.BUILDIN6 .
Instant heat! glowing "bone-warming" heat is yours 'orriitn'' with, the urovlplon .f *'.,
Markey Sunday afternoon. II hulldlnK! fund nturtfil.. an "*!" XI ( IJI'iil. ,. Klorlilrf' H.-h'.,. l f.w,
when you turn the valve of the pitcrt-operated Dearborn I we nerd a larger churrh. nnd tl1..1 "< 4 4. ha. 'l-ternInrti! 'thai h. njlnImtim

IIC nit: ) ;.\ () : .%Tins mllhi i* aH.HHmMt, foi thinNiilntr SEE IT AT
Clo-Brite Radiant Heater. There isn't any warm-up periodfor ne we have will stain be bi-yond I i hl'*.nnluiti I foi,. I h.. ""I'''' ,"' / ]
I ('I.1'nIY.Y.TISO; n..il main'' .'" ini'i. nf, nil h< tiiihlf
the Glu-Brite.!' The instant you turn it on, the radiant The Rrooker Home Demonstration repair.If hofiln. wllhln ih- 0,1.1 l li'r', ', Ia. i n, I
want to really enjoy .
begin to glow from top to bottom sending out MORE I Club held It* regular meet- good old-fMHhloned you Rlnx'nK' Hn'l' ,I filmrli-t i '.irr'ni. Hi hool' l'i.l I ..
WARMTH FASTER than any other radiant heater made! Inf lit the Community Center ortHLhlnx just attend th .-..eMomccomlnK" mill...."..riullillnic' / ,' "...1 llux It!, : ; CAMP BLANDING

Tuesday afternoon. october 4. After the Kunil. 91 rnlllH
.For. thi of hoMlni. itl
No matter how cold it get. you'll always find a warm The meeting was prenldi over vices wciu over at the .- ."e'-I' <*l c-tlrin 'In purpoHi each of the voflnir. p. OPEN 8 A.M. TO 5 P.M. CLOSED SUNDAYS
by Mrs. Long. the President. there at ''n.**. of the rotintv thi. (..ii' w' Ikct
home when! have a Dearborn-the nest. was a baptismal .
welcome at you IVtl.ii Rom .rk" unit. inep'.t..re' ari Mppol n'N'I '
gave an Interesting c..ek and Mm./ Jessie Manning :'...."... i..erliofl.. I. I ... ICC
safest laS heater. made. Come in and see this matchless demonstration on the ABC's of I and I...lla Mae Carter were hap- | l..iil II Hill Clorli Trot Tom In REAL tow Cost Housing!
Hhlnman' fiipn O .1 Phllllp Leaders
with itl!
other In the Othei
and see why no can compare good lighting home.
heater- tlZfd. I "believe the oldeitt lady l> lo.tlon prrrlort *fei... 2. "i.. **lnrkrT

demonstrations were given on present!' ,wan Aunt Babe Padgett I ".._. itr.wn .:,.Nit'Wllllain'i-.k. Ii I. I".ul..

f..', D.II.,. h.. ,,,. HI.C'. Ivra.r-easf.a'-.cha.d choosing fabrics and making All stated they had spent a very I I Portion:. H William. t.r*rlort '5./ *. '.1. 5. *SOurCe. '

,., ..h.'. .1..". ....,.c,.,." a, Lf f... purses. Plans were made to pool inspiring and wonderful (Jay.Mm. It K I IMtniiroat. ''l-rk. I' ,. tiri.l., ARMY CAMP WRECKING CORP
orders for fruit trees and shrubbery I r nntricor ofl.a. .\ | .. livFlortlon
: I'r.rlort ",.. I. t.rakamtiorito ,
SLADE GAS COMPANY Inc.Call again this year. ; Ada Godwin hu mfflcl-' lllv.r.. "'..pl( '. John, M.-KII,
n.v. usury l'vat'.1.' .he """"n.'v
Anyone Interested. In club work ently recovered from her injurietreceived Kloollnn: prrrlnrt ,*.. it. tt.....>ttnlU CAMP IU.AMIIM;. r r>. w> X siw. STAKKK. n v PHONK

Fla. please try to b* present. st the some" time ago when scar .I Wvnn .''....k. K. H Watfri'in

St. At K.R. Ph. 121 Starke, next regular meeting. Nov. 1. a* bumped into the GodWIn ear, > M f. Hln.or WI 1"aw.lI.
,... .. .
r.lortlon r> '***'*oit 1. ltior ** ol
the President. would lAke to make to attend the Ho-neromlng. The W H" Hll>l..i I'li-rk' Vi'll Mulllvain'


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OCTOBER: 14. 19t1)!

I Recently Wed Miss Nelma Taylor I the Spark II-A del High School and JUNIOR CLUB PROGRAM.' Joint Birthday YWA MeetingThe
for the eleven months has
Weds James L. Hall been employed with the Florida SENIOR CLUB MEETThe Party Enjoyed YWA of the First Baptist
Forest Service In Jacksonville. Church met at the home of Miss
The marriage of :Miss Nelma The groom Is. the son of Mr. Woman's Club met Wednesday Mrs. Alton Dobbs and Miss' Montie Hutchlngs Thursday October -

I Taylor to James L. Hall of Jacksonville and Mrs Charles L. Hall of Jack afternoon at 3:30: In the Mary Ella Ward entertained Fri 6 at 7:30.:

"A. : v was quietly solemnized sonville. He attended high club building. Mrs. W. R day night with a surprise birth- The meeting was called to
.Saturday afternoon October 8, at school In Duval County and spent president of the club 1\Iorse'j day party honoring Alton Dobbs order by the President Dolores
2 o'clock In the home of Mr. and Ward at the homeof
the with devotional which and Fredrick
two years In the Army during meeting McKnlght, who asked M Residence June Caldwell Off"8 Mrs. Robert E. Taylor Oluatee, Occupation of Germany. At Wall followed by a song and the Miss Ward's parents* Mr. and Dodd to lead In prayer. Mm.

Ph. State Form 43: Editor Phone ZO Fla. present he Is employed with the flag salute. Mrs. W. C. Ward. Nagle gave the devotional. Dur-

The Impressive single ring Hawthorne Flying Service at During the business session The long table was placed on ing the business meeting it was
"----------------------1 I ceremony was performed by the Craig Field.Immediately. Mrs. Morse appointed Mrs. Worth the l lawn and covered with a decided for all members to subscribe -

Mr. and Mrs. Green Miss Brown Honoree Rev. B. B. Fletcher pastor of following the cere- LaMar: secretary for the coming linen cloth. It was beautifully to "The Window" and to
I the South Side Estates Baptist mony a reception was held In their year. Mrs. K. O. Duncan was decorated with red roses and the start taking a collection at each
Hosts At DinnerMr. At Series Of Parties Chapel South Jacksonville be- honor. After spending several named chairman of music and traditional birthday cakes deco- meeting..

and Mrs. Lex Green entertained Here This Week decorated hours with their guests Mr and Mrs. James' A. Lewis Press rated with pink and white.A I I The meeting was then turnedover
Mrs.\ Hall left for Jacksonville Chairman. The club voted to delicious supper was servedat to Marian McRae,
last Saturday evening: October Mrs. W. B. Sewell entertained' y The bride was lovely in an where they will make their home. give $25 toward the purchase of a late hour. chairman, whose theme program was
8 at Inn with
Keystone a last Saturday evening October 8. aqua suit with black accessories. uniforms for the Bradford High About fifty friends and relatives "Christ In a Pagan World.
dinner party in honor of their In honor of Dr. T. O. Ritch and 7t She wore a shoulder corsage ofgord'nlas New Griffis Home School Band. shared this occasion with
14th wedding anniversary.The tube A At the close of the meeting refreshments -
and roses. single
Miss Marian Brown whose mar- Mrs. If. H. Adams, presidentof the honor guests and their fans '
table was centered with a riage will be an event of October strand of pearls was her only To Be Dedicated ; the Junior Woman's Club, had ilies. were served by the

lovely arrangement of white 22n St. Mark's Episcopal : ornament. charge of the program and gavean I The hostesses were assisted in hostess
W. J. Bennett sister of Rev. C. C. Harris announces
chrysanthemums and lighted Church.
interesting account of the Jr. serving the guests by Mrs. RobertWard
white tapers.On Tile punch table was centered" : the bride, was her only attendant that a dedication will be held at Club activities for the year. Their I Mrs. Inez Kelly and Mrs Dr. Otto J. TonissenChiropodist
the back of the place cards with a church of white pom pom 1 1chry.anthemums "el She chose a lavender suit the new home of Mr. and Mrs. .Tialn project being the redecorat W. C. Ward.
were marital questions which and fern with with black accessories. Her cor- Albert Griffis in the Boatdraln ing of the club kitchen. ,|

provided entertainment throughout white ribbons leading to the tiny Pictured above at their wed sage was of Rundrum llllus. section Thursday' night, October During the social hour the ; Mrs C. F Ward, Mrs J. P. Roberts Gainesville', Fla.Pormrrljr .
the evening. Bingo was enjoyed bride and groom. Throughout ding reception are Mr. and Mrs Robert E. Taylor brother of 20, at 7:30: p.m. A cordial Invitation 'lostesses served a delicious salad i :Mrs. F. S. Smith, Mrs. H.
by the host, the hostess and( the home were arrangements of Jewett C. Fogg whose marriagewas : the bride served as best man. is extended to all. course. Hostesses were: Mrs. F'i j I II. Young Mrs. Bertram Sim. ( of Jfirk mnllkisac
The Griffis home was destroyed \. ilrniuin ft. Pk. MSI! :
their guests. fall flowers. an event of September 10 In Mrs. Taylor, mother of the F. Stump, Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, mons and Mrs. T. H. McNeal.
-The honor guests .were prevent St. Kdward'a Catholic Church. bride, was attired in light gray several months ago by a
Enjoying this affair ;were a-
ed with a piece of their silver ana Before her marriage Mrs. Fogg with black accessories. Her cor freak windstorm -- that did considerable -
bout thirty friends of the couple. memento of the occasion. .WUM Miss Delores Fitch, daughterof sage was of Rundrum lilies. Mrs. : damage In the Boat-

The hostess assisted by her Mr. and Mrs. Lee E. Fitch of Hall chose for her son's weddinga I drain section. With the assistance
WMU Quarterly RallyThe daughter Gayle served refreshments Rush City Minn.Heilbronn black dress with matching accessories of Red Cross disaster relief
to the following who enjoyed She wore a corsageof funds and the generous help of:
Quarterly- Rally of theWomen's this event with the honor Churches gardenias.The friends and neighbors, :who do- ,

Missionary Union of guest: A. Z. Adkins, Jr., bride Is the daughter of nated labor, the home has been I 90thGiving
'' New River Association will meet Joan Carpenter Bill Chalker, I* Sponsor ShowerThe Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Taylor of rebuilt and the Griffis family is ,

Saturday, October 22, with the M. Gaines, Bill Long, Frances Col churches of the Heilbronn I Adul, Fla. She is a graduate of now occupying It. i

Lawtey Baptist Church. Miss ley, Mr. and Mrs Arch Thomas I
Hazel Hodges, New State Field Jr., Ona Dcmorest and Mack Community gave a lovely shower
"more and 'better foods for
Worker will be among the inspirational -' Futch. recently at the home of Misses
I your money" was A&P's Policy 90
speakers of the day. Rosa and Edith Moore In honor
Mrs. James Uluckshcar honored
-- today it's the same
years ago
All WMU Women of Association
Miss Brown with a Coca-Cola of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mc
urged to attend. w Policy as we observe our
party at her homo on Klngsley Carthy. About 40 friends .were
: Lake taut Saturday morning at occasion' 90TH ANNIVERSARY Ia I
i -- to the with
........... present enjoy
,1< . The hostess/ assisted by Mrs. I Hear that Buddy an' Marjorie
.j< What with this Homecoming Improve Its facilities so as to make food shopping
COST' : B. E. Simmons and Mrs. Merrill many useful gifts. football game scheduled! a little I Davis are back In Gainesville and I more pleasant, more convenient more satisfactory
lOWEst ,. Struth, served refreshments Miss Mr. McCarthy has been ill for early this year BHS is alreadyall are located at 047 W. MichiganAve. and
more economical for all. As we reach this
Brown was presented a piece of some time. out for football queen again . Buddy has completed
OlE\ \\ l \ ; her chosen china as a mementoof Candidates elected last weeK his "training course" with the Y milestone our 90th year we are even more
andIs determined to continue this endeavor we believe
the occasion. were: Senior, Manez Dodd Times-Union in Jacksonville
Those enjoying this affair with which Will composed of the hostesses Junior, Valeria Denmark now their representative in tho American housewives want and deserve nothing less

\\ \ the hostess and her honoree were their honoree her mother, Sophomore Patsy Denmark Gainesville area A-B CORNED BEEF than the best In fine foods and shopping. conven-
flttttt.\ Mrs. N. T. Rltrh, Beth iences at the lowest
\\ Merry Mrs H. C. Brown and the groon11mothpl' and Freshman Louise Johns possible cost
> Smith Mrs. J. W. Andrews Miss Their campaign managers are The bingo parties at St. Kd
N. T. Bitch
OS' Melba Stringfellow, Mrs. Leslie really going to bat for them ward's are still drawing the HASH1Pound
IL\\ Biggs.I : Mrs. H. M. Richarde, Mrs. The many lovely gifts were on and may the best girl win! crowds with the lucky winner
\\ W. K. Torudo and Mrs. H. C. display. Coffee was poured Last Friday's game was a thriller last Saturday: Mrs. C. L. Sewell. "SuperRight"Quality

.Aj'fou( _.A( Drown. throughout the afternoon by Mrs I with the Tornadoes scoring an I the net of knives (Jack pot prize)

V'. :... I I N. T. Hitch and Mrs. It. C. upset win over powerful Palatka Kay Rowland tickets to the 1 Can 27c Meats
luncheon i
,,-" A complimenting Allan Tackle Jack Eaves should get Florida Theatre Father .
I Brown was held, at Keystone Inn Brown. honorable mention Even Rnttmtatter, the basket of grocer
lart Friday October 7 at 1 o'- The hostesses were assisted by I ries donated by the club each ;."
though his ankle was painfullyinjured .
"' >' 'L ''"'< *WtWlr1
clock. with Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Minxes June Caldwell and M..lbaSt week Jesse Rlrk the tie White House /
he still tried to play Evaporated
Sunnyfield skinned
Florence H.. more Mrs J. E. Wilson, !
." you Jr., us hostrxs. 1'1 nit fellow. from Robbing Janie Avery,
let down his team mates
comfortable heat In y rt 11 in The table was centered with MI'8.V.. K. Mlddleton. Mrs E. S. never MILK 3 tall or 6 small :31c
the hose from Star Store tender smoked 8 '
Carl Carter would have played to
your home for to lade' cost! Exclusive of fall flowers. Matthews. Mrs J H. Rltch, Mrs.Uorirgp (
Florence Wicklru Oil, Burner Wood, too, but his log Is still In a and W. Kronenberger the cake
The honoree was presented with Flynn, Mrs. Glenn Andrews 10 pounds
from Mrs. Guy
kerosene into Sea-
turns a fuel-laving cast from an Injury in the pan averageHAMS
a piece of her selected china in Mm. .1. M, LlrownlL-e and Mrs. U. hear that Johnny DEXO 3 lb.
vapor that burnt with a clean breeze game I ny the way can 75c
steady, intense flame Han,$some remembrance of the occasion. A. Weeks. and Bea (Moseley) Jerks' finally/
obinctt: are easy to keep nuiiklmg Guests Included Mrs. Clifton The bride, was presented with ,got over the shock of twins and c
clean. Backed by over "j\) years Brown, Mrs. N. T. Rltch Mrs.Junius nn appropriate>, ,gift by her host. Tribute should al... be made to named them Paula and Pamela! Nutley, Lb. Pkg. lb. S3

experience.. Smith, Mrs. Leon Moorer, PA"P" In remembrance of the oc- the BUS Cheerleader for their Proud to see that cx-Call-
,.JI"'' Mrs. C. K. Hayes, Mrs. Merry cnslon. grand and inspiring workII strreter C. H. (Hue) Coulter has. OLEOMARGARINE: - 19c
Beth Smith, and Mrs. Glen Duko Enjoying this affair with the front of the bleachers and the been, elected ,secretary-treasurer
No and Miss Joan Carpenter of hostesses and honor guests were great new Bund came on the of the National Association of

Gainesville.The! about 73 guests field to display a formation State Foresters Also interested lona or SelfRisingFLOUU Center Cut White Bacon lb.

Flue which, though difficult was executed to note that Robert Tanner ::,ounds- 1.39! 29c
Neededr home of Mrs. J. M. Smltll: Mrs. A. Z. Adkins complimented In a fine manner Hats Jr., grandson of Mrs Laura
was the scene of a lovely bridal Milts Marian Brown with a are also of to Jo Ann Smith' Powell has Just opened law offices .

shower for Miss Marian Brown luncheon nt her home on Walnut Drum Majorette, for the expert. In the Lynch Building In: tap, No. 2l/ Can Rib or Brisket Stew lb. 29c
r- last Tuesday afternoon at 4 o' Street liiHt Monday, at 12:30.: job she Is doing Hear that Jacksonville .
at tr clock Hostesses on this occasion Th" table was covered with t 10 the B-strlng cheerleaders were FRUIT COCKTAIL - 33c

were Mrs. J. M. Smith, Mrs. i iE. loco cloth and was centered with recently elected too They'reup hear t.hpr.8" iiilli| a jam Fresh Caught MuDet lb.
U Matthews Mrs. H. M. a lovely arrangement of rests an' coming ones from the 7th session In Koch's Saturday morning 25c

Rlrhurde and Mrs. a. L. Patten. : and ....rnl, tlon8. and 8th grades. and they've really when Nina Bishop, [.ou Bey NATIONAL CORNED
rd The table was centered with an The honoree was presented got what It takes The ers and Freddie Wlmbeily runrampant -MORRELIAS
arrangement of yellow fall flowers with a fork to her chosen silver lucky ones chosen were Tommy In the toy department or WESTERN 1'ORK-

and fern flanked by yellow us 11 memento of the occasion. Slade (captain), Raymond Williams and made with the miniature SWIFT'S FANCY LOIN End CutROAST

HARTFURNITURE lighted tapers. The yellow color Invited lo be with tho honoree ( Robert Manning Jimmie musical instruments Not bad BEEF .
scheme was carried out with arrangements were her mother. Mrs. H. C. Moncrlef Prissy McRae Mamie at all they say, when they got BACONPound
of fall flowers at Brown, Mrs. N. T. Ritch, Mrs. 1' Henry and Barbara Prevail the piano, clarinet and dru'ns going -

CO. points of Interest' throughout the J. Griffin Mrs. n.V.. Brown., In the groove Nina and CHOPS
Mrs" O. I. Beasley, Mrs. M. .. 12 Ounce Can 35c '
home. Freddie also noted recently
)Phone 80 flier that :Maxlp (Carter Jr. were 59c
Mrs. Jack of -
Upon arrival the guests were Brown, and Briggs strolling around with the wrong Poundor 45cfes
Florida and Bobby Biggs have pledged
presented to the receiving line Jacksonville color hair The mystery was
Pi K. A. at the University 01 I IFlol'lda
_._..___ _____. solved when someone spotted the
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-- ----- -'" "- and Madge Brownlee went bald heads on the mannequins In f CREAMYSALAD:

CARPENTERS A. D. PI at Tallahassee The Leila's window Seems that ** /
CARPENTER'S: : CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S: ole town seems to be taking on Leila has Installed some new **** P
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quite a tropical atmosphereMrs. models. with detachable hivjr and 4.,>' -: ;

AT OUR FOUNTAIN All] American Favorite Ray Ncwsome and Mrs. W. Freddie and Nina had borrowedsame ibles: ".'V&U.1Li& (h'l
H. Nnllman are boasting about to stroll to the post office et > )
.', ,t.. I the fine ripe bananas they hays Ve *
with Uncle Joe Wilson Anything : DRESSINGPint
Served C ;:; recently harvested from trees In for a laugh, I always say -X
HOTDOG their inspectlvc yards! Not _
With quite like the shlppe-l-ln-varlety. ,

but good to out, none the less Seems to use all for now II -

SlawAnd 2O -- So long See you in the next. SI5CK: GO'S \:: .--- 22c --- Quart 40cIceber

ar: LETTUCE 2 f for 25c

1 Potato "SPECIAL"OVERALL :I. ___ --_ n'I' !! TOMATO: lona. 43 Oz.
Chips! Long 1 Inland, Very Large Heads

ALSO Titoun CAULIFLOWER head - 29c
DAKILC Ann Page 1 lb. Cans

Real Chicken Salad Home linked Ham Potato Salad JUMPERS TARKE FLA. Washinjttnn net! Delicious Extra Fancy PORK t & BANS: 2 for 19c

WERE NOW APPLES 3 Pounds 29c

Helena Rubenstein The Prescription 3.29 2.49Boys' Sun., )Ion., Tnr, elt'e. IB-IS Ann Page, All Flavors

i -' Lends! a that TALL IN POLE BEANS, 2 ]lb. - 25cSPARIU: GELATIN, 3 for 17c
II CoverallsWERE
helping hand NOW THE SADDLEJohn York ImperialAPPLES Blue Rose

I c to flour Doctor for, you prescribes is : 2.25 1.75 AI..SO"'a'n.-SHOUTSfil. ".' Kiln: Kalnr' 5 lb. pkg. 29c R-I-C-E ;5 Pounds . 47,.

ladles ,
the I:

Individual; Boys' Overalls I Ii Red GRAPES 3 lb. 29c Our Own
1 for your i !SMXLI. I I \\ ., TUur, ()>,!. 19, 20 Tokay TEA: i%_ b. 45c 1 lb. 87c

a grand treatment WERR NOW ()(),IU.E FKATCRK:

entrance 2.25 1.75 i i FLAME OF lona TOMATOES no. 2 can 1 12c SILVER DUST SOAP 27c

into the fall : Ann Page Creamy, Smooth
ia and winter [ Boys' Overalls I With :MarlcniUlrtrich PEANUT BUTTER 11b.1 jar 35c CAMAY, lath! Size 2 for 21cIVORY
I season 1/:1 I I LAIK'.F.WERE -AND--

NOW Ann Page KETCHUP, 1 14 oz. 18c
New Hair Cosmetics 2.69 2.25 Death Valley Ranger : : Large Bar 13c
\VE.: fill your prescription exactly as i IIt 01......". Ken :M.t>tiar (Kxrillni: Tint 8 Kin-wit) lona PEACHES no. can c
the doctor has written it after he has "SteeleFri" '
Powders ('hUti ro',,'* TIDE:, Large
Face carefully diagnosed your Individual Ann Page. N o. 2 Can 26c

thai follow the clock race "'e know t that no substitute i isacceptable School Dresses! I !Sat., O..t. 21. 23 Small Early June PEAS 27c

from morning to night only what the doctor has NOW 1.49 I not'IILE TErriu: COLD STREAMPINK
Lipsticks pre rlhed.I 2.95; TO 3.95; VALUES! i iS SILVER TRAILS SALMON

With Jimmy IVokely "a t''j(''
P kg. Of 0 1 Pound Can
I PHONE 64 DAY or NIGHT Sullivan'sDRY S A nSON PURE 4ct |


CARPENTER'S GOODS ': Basil KafhhniM-, Boris Kar- I 1 Ib. far ,23b..43 ROLLS \ "lJ'- \\\\ \I\\\\e\\ \

$. 147 West Call Street loft & IVrl la Lux "i 2 I lOc
.\I'M) Shun A: Aerial '
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Guests of \Mr. and 111"V.. E. t WMU Ass'n. Officers, plaintiff, ,Hpvkn' divorce. Hrmlforil. irA hi'ritby repealed.Section '. .| puny .. 1.1.le.t ... hold' stock And >
I County" Tpl**""raph shall puhllnh Phi I n. Thin ordlnuno shall uurttl i
N" a Capacity ether thnotlmt ,
Thornton last weekend were< Mr. : ) : Attend Conference I lrfr,'L>tlv.. on the l '.t duty of i>f a h.". fid.| ownori and this 4
and Mra. Hubert Brunson of WitnofiN inhand and off U'til I Nov.tnl.>".. .4. Ip 1911JAMko4 I affiant hu.. no reunion, to betl v. "

Orange Park. neal lit. I"'at 41.! H'.ke.' Florida. thlMCU-tohnr I : 'lEWiS, .I I that any other pet-won. an..nolatlon.i 1 '
ARsuchitlnnnl Officers of Wom 0'h..l.mnn 4 C'I'v 4 '.,"nl'lIATTI'r or corporation hat any I lntrcnt ;
(tFFK'IAl. SI:.\I.) A .,. ThAtim. : ,Cai. I Johnn. ot 1
Friends of Mr*. J. H. Marsh (City "Crk| reel< t "r tnnlrct In INC said
Jr. en's Missionary Union of New A,.. *'lt. rk of pout) 4'ourt. To thf honnrulfnvor) of 'th. ''h"n.1 or other ..EUritIep iNca a* "
will be Interested to hear that Tv Haven t'ronhy. O C f'lty of Stark : I .
River Association attending the / hereby < ortlfy o mated by him.

THE NEWS -. _---- she has returned to her home State I I..aders Conference in John J. lui.'k Homlvriion., ,.""tlI.I *Kni.: Flurlda I tl I.*q Nt-wimn. Diat, .'ihi\\.mm M.thovo,ii dulv' and a".pt..1 fort)..Kolnic nnd PIIMHI(>nllnuni .*I.(| I *. That 'th. ,.......".,... number ofcmplm' .... .i,
of ftach id f? thlfi publlca
here< after undergoing an operation for I'lf 10-" 4t tt4itrJIttnnro '' t-v I lh b..1 ,
Clearwater lust week 1"1.1. < Cliy Cutindl" of Inn Pity of
were: ____ tl. Hold or i throuctithn
At 'HI 11 tk*', nn the 4th .tlav, of < tl.tlhll.l "
In Glendale Hospital In >tohr. I muslin or ubnrrfhfr .
-- - - ----- Oct. Mrs.. Kdmond Tenlj', President %o. 1:1: :,- % I A. I I.* 1'H'ihllt P i 1 I In "ifwuhir I HHlon .U'"I. ,' pall
OitllnitntM '
PnltttU.i. a lt\yin. *( ,p lid) I InipoM. (',, d".II" .
rI .lotiiiN'
Mr. and Mrs. R.V. Howl of Mrs. R. L. Tillard and daughter. \.... Mrs 1'1arl'lIlls., Young Peoples I ln I g an rebs l or piUtlfKn I I lux upon Thi nliov" nil Pity dirk precedIng ilntr hown above I*
i irI llnunt I.
Mr and Mrs. n.V.. Mills And I he nali. *. '",'ell'l. ... r"'I''ln. ))9 0I
t pip :
Lake Park Ga.. arrived Sundayto Annette are visiting relatives In dance DlrrctorMra. hHiH.puHitciinlon n u nn 'c'lv.1 n'h)
children. Ann and Hal. of Mol l. t'onHtiinpilon, hltnIII", .. .iia.. .pro\ii'I| hv In. ..n Ih''Is. I llu. 4th (HI'-I I K TM \TTHEWS.
spend a week with her brother- Beaumont Texas this week day : A. R. Greene Community I ii.lop I I.n nnd one of ci l Cml ip.t ll P ep In of ( hlm.P'p'' .V J'.. DM'tr : I Sworn to .iml Miibr :<*lbd bfor
in-law and stater Mr. and Mrs. Dr. ion visited Mr. and \Mrs. P. K.!: tli i'lly f>f HI..k... providing for .0 r 1 I' Ttuh*>rt,., I I. in. I 'intli' dux .'f Kcptjmhr, 3D P9..
and Mrs. J .
W. Kaufman Sullivan last weekend. After a p.m. Missions Chairman th* ntfthoi uf t-oli. i tlim. provl 1,1.hii I Mayor. of I the I citv of >' (SIc \V Ma, !. MHrMHrttiiii.:: : Notnry
Charley J. Powell. and Guy Andrews attended the dance for the f>xpiiidltiiip' of tnw fund-4, lfl-11 it iti.SM >11..k I'IiII I ( f>rtmmlM>lun eap ."
short here visited Mrs. Mrs. M L. Conner Mission derived l __ ___ I )
.uul..f oni.: ,
pruvlitlnn for '
I : u* 13 I 1931.I
-- )
S. E. Brownlee returned Club ..
of : ,
Mrs. meeting Synod In St. Peters. i r 11 '\ ,
Study Chairman. w mi'co I"isi4n.t' : T. n. Mlllrt in Green CovuSpring" MT 11tFlhIT
."I'.nllnl I nil ..... "w".n. I .
last week after burg this week. *( 01' d.I""n.I ft ml Ito fTiF
upending jm '
home (!! for several days. Mra. Tenly met with the /State nf ortlliiHiu.... I In conflict,, I litrwlth 3. -Il' SI %<.;: : iM4 i i. t .-"- .-
ii mKIC.: .. '
Kpverul week with Judge and Stump The 'U"I' : HV 1'4
01 .
Mr. and Mrs. L. O Hazen Mr. and Mrs. D. It. Thomas and Executive Oliv HturkB down orOnln' : *. T, .. .. lun ,
Hoard of which slut Is. / '
Section I I. That .. .. f.I''I'
A. V. Long at their and mi eilt He or rl. .. \
sum i I'
Mrs. visited :Mr. 21. I1' Louis
and Mrs. H. : R. Dean
S. HazenIn Shag :
daughter Seleta visited Mrs. I a member .whit convened at the Isut In niMltlon. I In nil uMioun
mer home on Cowpen Lake. Center Hill last Thursday. Laura Wilson In Green Cove Mrs. same time, anti! alno served on the I IHW taxes In of I.'rei.y every l levied kltnl .Imlmh..spuI, | l by (Ult I .Vt'M, 1"II.h C'o''J'V, *> TJLFJ.1 ."

Friends of Rev. and Mrs. J. 13. G.V.. Hazen of Brooker wa Springs Sunday. program committee for the State'I i up"n. I h.* WH lt. ri..'..11.I i n r ml, |.ti I lniimH rr hn... s.rATiy Htaikt. *. Fla'. ,'1..1.*.r lift. 1941' TAX ('ONSLTLTANT-

Dixon will be Interested to know the of Mr. Mm. and Stump.Mrs. p.mons.H.im. ,. LMMIHIIItlpt (ion, It H Itll I 11IIH I *. FUiRlOACOINTY I .
guest and Mrs L. CX I R. A. Thomas her Annual Meeting to be held next, illntrlbiitliiii I mul' tiHt, of flfcm'cMni" ... HOOKKKKIMM;

that they have returned to their Hazen last weekend. daughter Mrs. Charley Fowler \ April In Winter Haven. II" the ttrrlt"t'till, I limllH nf I he .11"* 0' IIA Fonn (
Hffor .
I| Stark, ** of thn (rMrcult
for .. "
at 323 East 4th cfKat'fl" of .
home Street. Maxle Carter, Jr., of Gainesville I of Winter Park left Wednesdayfor II I I i illmtMiHlmiN I I ii M ilfhifil tiy HtAmlarO t tin Court In ami. ,I for the Htatt* and I SERVICE; '
Jacksonville after enjoying a Vacation Ing. i ....al.I I..aw of tho .. Kf n I county n foi nit. Id. ptrrNottally i niipnur*
Biloxl Mian. where will 'I 8tit of ,
they .
spent last weekend with his' Bake Sale Saturday :i, In I tht. llo\vlntr, Kloihln' |I"."! 1 I.1(1; hew" who, havIng
In Hendersonvllle N. C. gram IIIIIOIIIIIM;
parents Mr. and Mrs. Muxii visit \Mrs. Earl Fountain. I. (n ) I 1'1''"'' all 11it .1.,11'.11.. thipu, ,' been M\\urn. aooordltitf t<. law. .

Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Yawn and Carter I Mrs. L. S. Hutto. O. P. Hutto Rev. The Gamma Theta of ml' onhiilf Ipmhio I''Iir lip i'Ho. I iltpoNf of anil thus Ma\K that ho In thutWptp.r "
Chapter trndford ,
t I"
a .n.1 fI'.I..nlh.. Ooiinty' Teleirniph -
Mrs. J. O. Caldwell spent Monday I Mr. and Mrs.. Morris Goldblatt I Mrs. Carolyn Kenny and son. "pi the Beta Sigma Phi will have a on piirh ,'1.."ret I p.. 4 fa 11io,' ) huh ". mul, that th. t..ln"ln. IM, Co 120 So. Walnut St.STARKE. t. J

afternoon in Jacksonville.Mr. Wayne, Mrs. PhelHo Hall and 41 1.1 1'inm till 'lgilstts. IK. the hMft nf his | .n.1 hit
'Bake Sale" FLORIDA
lint. ,
of Saturday at .
trim .
Jacksonville were weekend (' morning I I".n p Ihrnt aittt,I ""**.1011", 'anil, nix 1 .IIII""nt of ownernhlp ;' .
and Mrs. Talmadge: Van I /guests\ of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sharon' Hall were Sunday guestsof served 9:30: on the corner of Cunova .Im.MBN. .Ion. ir, rivi |fbt ntllln ..n .."..h Hfori-Mitlit, ..".n..m.n *.to. of the .
I Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto in fiiiarctti a n.h. 1."hll..II. for the Sickel and daughter, Lorena. of Hogan lust weekend. Mra. Pharmacy. This sale will Include (II") I 'pon nil ('I(HIMi', 'teN, nit "nw", In .\ <- in pt Ion. inppmiroh ;
Gainesville were of Mrs. Jacksonville.Mrs. pies cookies and j inches Imtir or lonpr... ,, hv the Act of AiiKiiHt 24 ,
guests candy. t im'l (II I II
j *1) nttlln .
Mr.. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson E. L. called i on *nrh, ,'1""rrttv,, I'M' p 3, oinhodled, I In nectloii 441. INtHtai p d'-- a -.- -ee.aI
McKnlght was
\ J. Epperson Sr., last ..week.Mrs. S. Tht> 1.1"H .and KcKiiIrt' t HmiM, liii, ,toil,
I'I'V. Jr.. :Mrs. A.V.. Anderson, Sr., Miss .1..h.U..n i of i'lictircttoi* on "
Leslie Biggs spent last to Olanta S. C.. last week by ,'''''luln.,1 I I III sip bOptt i.'n pine fOf P Ihl.. I rt'vprMn of this form to-wlt I
John D. Anderson and Miss June Hugh Legion Auxiliary .11.I ., I That th. union nnd 1ilr .
Saturday in Jacksonville. While the critical illness of her mother i sei mi i o lielpImy .1 i','Is red I 10 h. or the a .n *t
Caldwell) spent last Friday In HI.llIrrl, R" 4 I., 'Ilpiip'tilus, r"I' ,hi", S |I"hll..h..r. i-illtor. nui nnirlnirI'lilllNhtr
away she visited with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Langston. The Ann-rloun, Legion ipg 'iIIplIpma.'s' Ii.. I.r..v..d. I" thin 1..1 !', ,ln,1 hIPSIOCHI manager, ci.: CARPEER'S "
Jacksonville.Mrs. Auxiliary' I ,
Dr. and Mrs. C. K. Hayes Dr. 4 ,',11",,". 1111,1 I"hl any tigaisi, K U Multi hutvii. Wtniku, ,
Mrs. Neal Gllchrist of Brunswick Post 513 I Flu
will i
hold its monthly I rev I semi ,mliii I
Ga. Peggy Tllloy had as dinner and Mrs. H. H. Adams and Dr. At fleeting Tuiflday. eveniiif Goto-' s.iI.. ir.i:: ..,I t'r h'I':: p.s i'a:: I iS..pi' ;:,1..1:': 1?I KMitor. K: 1., Matthew, Stark. ,
guests. last Sunday Mr. and and Mrs. D. L. Nix: of the State .r ..r.-',1 ..i ,. .Hiss 01 her i nan in Phi-
bor 18, ntI o'clock at ttu* Legion ctnndaid' illnivitNlonM, th*> xanio, Him I"]I I I IAn"Sln" Editor, K. I,. Matlt( .wii,
Mrs. Bill Tillcy and Mr and) Mrs.J. Farm attended the dinner meet- \\iv l .
The nt t lit
Hall. All i pulSe of .
members title ( I )
B.: Godwin of the State Farm.L. Ing of the Alnchua County \Medical are 11I'1.d toattend. .('"III.d.: : .aiii i.m'ti, VItO. rat I I., t I KIIMII'.>. ;?\1..1. I'? I. MntthMVN -
I. i :H \\ h*.ii" I'litrartMteH.;;. im '|h'si'ribuol; | I I 1'11
EXPERT S. Hutto la upending this Association In Gainesville lie I In MtiliMt-ft, .I lt.,u I (Iii > 1110.| .V**, ni .' 1 9. That t hi. own.r IH F I- \fnt

week with rel.itives in Car. Tuesday! night.Weekend pat k0d in vurvlnH 'tiianlltlon| of tliUf. Hifti-k" Fla
South night: tut |' A That th. know hnndtinld'rn, ,
I nly lKHifle( or IKHN, II In- folItilnit
ad I.epa" ollna.I I guest of Mra. W. D. lit 4 Irrult N........ Itrntironl 4........I. I 'MittM Hhall Ko\fin : mortirair, .M, PP p1.1 other mn-urlt' v
< I Mrs. F. H. Lono"p.nt last 'Faxon last week was her son. l-'lwrlilnt In i h..*.....>. (,al P I'u.kupgos: containing:: : ; ten''I holiltrn uusnltg. nr ht.tilfnic t prrnnr
/\ "'I&p' n.h 11.I .. .h.os. nr ninr of total amount, of
Kitih I MiKUlnlxMliHin I I i KttBwtiter 0 .r rt.q 1"11'I ii I a .i a nil,
week with her daughters Mrs. I Buddy. who Is a student at Florida .. / I'hi lot tiff.H I Wllllniii. '..."I I KU". fl\ "-trnthN d AIU| rrnt tax; sp.h, tmnd, tnorltraK' *'*, 01 oilier I """u'I.

Bryan S Carol and Mrs. Richard Southern College at Lake- served untpr, l".'t""I.'I. OIIHO :N/ ". TfUJTi 'I 4hi ""'.k"..*** vontaInlntf. nitu' 11 lp. p..:
.rrtrr i.f 1..nU.. ... nntl '..I..I.e t.. I Ihnn. ten hIlt not inort* than twntv N..n.
Theve In Jacksonville.Mrs. land.Mrs. were %|>|...... "'|' \'IIOP *'I.OH III % 1oiVUIfU1M t ljarttt0M retjulr u five 4ft) ,'.nt 'Ihnt I I th. I two pnrnijtraplik'' c hot....,
J. \ I NfHl S 'II."RI "I",,... .. tan Rlvlnir th niiniii. .or i'h. ovnoi n,
Johnnie Jones nnd R. Kite left Tuesday for r" I
daughter 4. \hitn'. tock hrilnr.. | and. itt 'phil v h"l .. ..
rlwnrittf ,
IIIUl aii" IK Itl' IIVMltOII.V, I Ilrnlniu i i ; nn d *HrrlhHi1i "
Beth of Wavcross Ga., visited West Palm Beach where she will next \'i : i iIMI i In MiihHHotlon. : | ( |It) ahovt I: nr,, I If .nnv, rnntnln. not nnlv.' th* of

Mrs. C H. Quick this week. attend the convention of the of ," nrt reiilriil| I to ai'I'eap''|' on pat'kfd I !in \nrInw: iiuanlft: IMM fdf ntia. 'thv khol,l n'' and ... ,..1 v holder"a
I N'HtnInp; I 14. I mill. In I iliv ithovo I \\ tOnI v 'HKiirrt ff>H <'i* IIMH.: th. fol i nppar" upon honkn nf
I I Mr. and Mm.. Jim Ritch and UDC. While there she will visit bring : nn.. ,nn.d i'..III.t n IK.1! i.nut***, M lu>rf I lit lowIng, fnifH dish KOfi"n.: I h... ."n"I'ny hut, /'IMO, I. ran PRESCRIPTION
I Mrs. S. R. Johns Jr. last Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Kelly and Mr. ,,, ii t I ft n(...ltM .I iivi I .r<.H a".1 rfit<',iiii* (Iii > 1 I'm.kaKHH .tctnlalnlnir' t*." wh .. .,."kh..hl. or NITU, r It v
spent tlHi of I'licaiite' I .* .h'NM h.il. npt. >f>iirn upon hookn of
I fitrmtT iiHin" **. Hrmlfnrd" or l i Miiili| I II In* u five PHARMACISTS
SERVICE Friday In Jacksonville. and Mrs. L. J. Kite. Club '..inty Ti-h-Miiiph' Nhall I ptiMUhlhl, I (5) cfnt bait: and rotnminv un truntiK r>r anyother .
inter' In 'i (Ohm l > Packaw ... ...... fI''II''Y| rr lat, Ion. thus nani, iof
Mrs. Herbert Ritch visited her Miss Lou Beyers visited her night next f"" ur ue-kly |HHII*>H. tpuiilbniimg I" .
I WlinwMM my' hand, mill ..,rlo..1, ,. I than' ten I not mot* than I t\\ '>ntv I h. .pr. or i II sister Miss. Mary Demares, In parents Mr. and Mrs I. E. Bey. ,,'"IM Htlllkf. Kl.Uhlll.. .' HUH ( .IMolMT. :11 ca ...\\.I.I:: .. reupmiim'pp| a l bepi. ;( I0t' > "honi' MIII Ii trustee IH iiotlnv. In
Chas. C. In IJ. 1441! "nt nix Si SOIl nl Ion thut I ih I Mnld, 4 iso imrayrraiihi PHONE I
Gainesville last Monday. ers Leesburg Wednesday.Miss I OKKU'IU. 8iI.: 1.1) ,\.1 ThnntiiN, A. \\ hers ctKiirfttrH. a H doxt'rtht'il' I ....n'fll Ntupt'rn'Pita "m',rnc'
\ Carolyn Peters of Jacksonville In p pig a tfIut' a M I I linowli'ilvM. .
niul Im
Invited At s "I""k" of Haiti. I '"'101'1. ton I u'> ipli.' i.., <* .paik- '
ShepherdAt GOOD :MFXII\MC was the weekend guestof the I Mv I It",..*n < '.,>..hy. 1 I'. i'i, ...1| in. vui') lnu. iuaiiilil'N| of tumtv I llof a if tn t'h. rlrtMtniHtanc' *!. nndrondltlonw Day ---- 64 -- Night J JQ
I ( 1' Krnnk (.UII''UIII., '' ,, Htark, 1"1..1", !i rlKiii' etli>.. or, .h'HM, I bin fullowlnic undor" w N Pelt Mtot'khnld* .
Gay's Service Station I Misses Janet Anderson and Alty for I'lt ,1't-M' 4t 11-4 rati-H .hull u"\ ,*rn : ers ii n.h ."PI..IIV hold, .ri. who lo notappnar
BUICK ('0. Betty Anne Flynn last week. I so ______ I (,a > I..k.' .it CM ...."III.\nlC I I teu upon t"ouk" of the ruin- -.-.-..-..- ee.e.,

Phone 226. Stark. Irrupt I....irt. 1I..dt..d l I riururi tt.n nr .IHH b''iphihr| a tit ..
Dr. and Mrs. it!. B. Herlong tunity *' .>rlliii IN 4 .......'...)* oiinly. | I I KM(I Cftit "I tux.: and: '
were \" .... '.. i ( h) I'm kaKi'M fontiilnfnK' ALL TYI'KS OF
overnight guests of friendsIn !on the nr hi lei. .1",". I'liHntlff.' v... "morn JO
t han
Jacksonville While >**it.. IVllKo. l rrlKlaiit, ,'"... N... ten hut not nioi. p than, t'W'IY' I .
Tuesday. III I IIrpler i:lifiitt; Urn i "-t-oiili" a I lviity I II) PEST CONTROL

Every Branch of there Mrs. Herlong; attended Past 1\11.... .f .1.11..11... ..".. S ..u... f.. (nut tatHtM'tlou. IIt''
S ,I'1091r., Cl'" C 111: lii.. C.I.IHI4I. II y.. Thi tax \*\'ld ami, \VK1TK: OK rilONi I':
Matrons Night of the Brentwood sop ,
Gtinga ItnpoHfd" In' win .
l I'Ii', Alberto I I 1"'rIOC"I. wh.I .,." rsol 1. l slim II I hw 'Imhiepl.mI,|

INSURANCEPLEASIPHONEU6 Chapter 183. Eastern Star. ng "u''ni. '.1'', laviitina and. .iiuIr'ss, ,.,. ili'imH IM. VI Italy la,I Moffta. l i4h liv II'j.: 'j."I"!:::: :I /:: I"ltetit hi, tttanncrprHi :nfthw.: I:,I FLORIDA PEST CONTROLand

IIrs.V 1). Faxon was accom- : ilhfd.
Ml Sna1
) oil aro i .*iii| li tl tn Hill IN-X ..*
-- -- !minted home last weekend by her MIHS. ., ..",, ..*!* I 14. I ''M'l! In 111'1"11'I|hn altuvi. .n. iidopttMl hv I th.. I tIll 1 Kilnior.ltnttrv:: t CHEMICAL CO.
,poomI MCNHlon flf till* |.flHal| | III'' .., till
son-in-law. Capt. M. C. Ford. wl'.I..., 1 .'",,11,1 I tC I'ourt.,...k t N nnl ill I von" niiHt and>.l rHHtomlin u'h.T..I"| Hiat of FltirldaMirtlon .. 2150 N. AI.AMAMA ST. '.: UPIOS.: 2: 1-H

While, here he attend.-d. the funeral P. ) r.,f pmmilln n,"a p Hit. *. Hrmlfm. 1 Thill I nil fumU r* c 's'> il 1 '
I ', l I.v lime <')11! >' nf KlHikt' *. l by 1.",. . .pmity l'ei'ui.Ii l l ,
Mhall ,
of his grandfather H. It. nu '. \ puMlHh thin I thin. I ), ..
H. C. WALL AGENCY fig millnatii'o.' sNail 'I. paid, ,Inli,
"- In next' four. we.'hly IHNIHIH. *
!Ford In Jacksonville In ,' .. WltmNH I IIIN' hand, I a,,,ml. officialMiil '' I n" Mi'piiral,*. fund, to hi. di'Hwunti'tl. ", Itcidi-nls -- All lld.ischold IVtts
,,, .
"'Igmi nut I Tux Fund'. and ,, .
xhaM !I.
I 1111
Hlniktf |
I"ImpIla." I IhlH I I itiloltfi,I ,
and Mrs. Charles Albert end ,
I J. 1'!"11 1"fI''I'I..I,1 tiiI' ) xpKiidtil. l\' i j '" I I I.:MtlinutP. I ..ilvt'ii
Spit liv (
I'ltv Council,' foi,' ( he 'h"// "r" 1"'f.| .. *rhhIUP
Cnggins and two (children Jan Mr (I DrKU'IAF.' sp.t": l., .\ .1. ThonmH. follitulnif. I"
ami Charles of TalluhnHHee left I AM (')1"11, of Miilil, Ciiiirt, pOHHM OtllV; I J.to..I..II-I. (I'nlM'rxlty fif lorlilu& )J.
Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- are |,"t\ Haven C'ronliv. l I'. < ,,,' For 0 he fuliiri* i tint', hiPii'hiiPu.,.**. )
their home Krank, .. ltpiliin.r i. tlfulirnlnir. 'tiKliirprlnur,
making In Starke. Mr. their : I. nth'''inn, Hlaiko', Klurldii., .
.. .plannlnir i lebiihitltppr" TIM ondlt .
\ for I'IC lonlnu'
Cogging lit a repieitentatlve 01' Dr_ j ______ lu-ll I I' ll-l alli'low, i*aiidlriK| I 1111 ilnlitinIn' I ><.
.- Florida Industrial Commission. (), fU'rvlcluir and' ..th.I..* opnratitiw
< f Irt'iiU. I .MirI. |lrnir .
< ril I'mini .. onv of tinfidhnvliiK I
1 I..rliif. In 4 ..n......r> .
Pttr'lM, I .
ICibgss ,
tor .
'm H WIfin '
I ...,Ii ii .U<'Ht4hnik, I I'lutnttrr., I I I VM $Iuii.? ,'I.M, il 1',111.i H nil P el i',., watc'i. MII 11 J
INVESTIATOIV't i i ll. Hti" 'liai, 'k, I ffimlant' P 'iN., No pllitM, MII nit bury, ,,'. ..111.>M und nmvU
--- -- -- n t.. I .**H foi, thu pi" 'OM..rat. Ion r,3 i .
------ -- --- HOME ..I. ..t "'..."I 11... ... <
-- -- NOW TONI "IMII nnil % !I.,5 ..*< t Ion or hn|I"'''\'Htncnf, of tIm. pnlill,,

SALE l*.cd rn<11on. phono. ;NI.:\\. Hinn-r S.'wii it ;\'f'11Inp..1','' % 'I..n., NI'| 5,5:. III.' f.'|.Oil I lit fin i health and "Mafetv' 'lflmIuuIhptg'' ho. EXCELLENCE
: .
FOR Ii.>|lii I ItHHti'hai k wh....
ri'Mld'-ncc 1 ,' f
ptirtnhlvH. 1.til up Omt' .. "I'linli, AT Tfi HIM are PltalM.' fli Matlonif' I and 1m rll> .1 .
KruphH nditrnHH
IH it'.kolurv i V V InMT .. .
RadioS Seat Cover.Cou.t I MilH, MMitlon only throuvh .HlnKr. .>rS : 1"1.1.| Nanliaiy' N* ui r'HIMVHK .
Hhepherrt& MnillHun 811>. tffr'L.imiuv .'Wlu| ( ;Marhln. <-..,.. 4113 N. M llIrI. TWICE AS :...Von. lira rcqulri-d,, lo a |l'IsPsr| ...n.v..h..r ** dtcpiiMa, I HV Hit*|1IHt Ml U'il.ipMi I '. ( arid ) of manji errifnt makeup .:
I 14. I liii'. In tlm nhi..\ economy
l I. n 141 t., Lahc "rity Fin.. rh"ii .. ,. dlMpdHMl iilatttM/ and tmimbhIti.'s! KIM ..p ,
oI P
pm .
oti p 11 ami oat *,
IMI hcrdo .
880, wrIte vlxlc liair: ** anil rrfuni polltx Don nnd dlPOKMI
or our HIIOII. slurSisi ,
WKI' : .i. "IIII.I.I' to ,. Htrvlco will, |> ,, ,, seoks dlvort. >.. iTadfittil' I MIIVh'PM. of Service
K A rarit visIt fHC'llttlfM and I "PPP'lI|'| : ) a piimary) quality| our :
A your htuiifi, upon 'llIe.l. I tf 'IVItKini>h Khali ,,,,,1011..10$ 'ihlN' ntcot, I Iimmtipurrptor., nnd I .uthci' fai ii
2-. 4A fl.InrIivll'iI* lamp )r'I.'r' In nixf four w..I..v. IHMUMH i'11 Ith--i I and' .
Ht rvl< <*M. lru-lii.ll .
Inntallnl dt rep..ir..I| l New. Toni Refill Kit. New Photo Wlln.-, lIly hand nnd, ..'111,1 I I ,Mt l !r.eL( .''.''''In.... InMpc il.-nx, plumb, \\hlcli i*: dfdicattil to the nfftant
Phone 11. or Writ to! Federal Land Bank Metluxi Directions, show how ,.',ul. 1 nt "Htarkf. l-'h-thln, I hula' rn.t..I.. fi.. sm'pi.o| | fin,,. I tho. .hommi,.. I iiit of ,piilill., :
iiMrrMacclennv. : !1..1(
.1. \ of health Im IndlnMT I tin I i.or'r''m,m,,< innf : flt'f'lt "f bi'ivjument.
S-4tflyr\ waves ninny types *
TOni now (
Klu. (lll-'KII'IAI. SI. M I i A .1 I Tlintlllltt.., ijidlnaiiria. ,il.nlMnpil
to ",1"1..1"I
LOANS hair In as little a) 30 minute Aft {'I"rit ..r Ha Id' Court,, : ChIC. hiilt h Mandardrt, with ncp.it I" 1 t

SELL YOUR TIMBER I Long Term1*-Low Interest *|00 I ICompl.lo "1' Krnnk Mm r"i S i'ruHliv....1"".inn p, I M/Mla'Uf. f' .. Klorldii" ', tnl I.. food pupil. .l! (nioHiiili( utIon| and i. ')iui.'t i ontro,nod) and p i i>< 1

f'H !I'lf. III. 4t 11-4 ; :: : ;: : :
NOW Sf*. _____,__ I tin. .riniii\al I ,ami iIIitimihtI, "., op f milaIN DeWITT C. JONES
I m u'hit'h, nine" h*> 01 n.,n'i' llut.' <
Highest Cash Prices Paid K. U' IlKYAN Set New Toni SPIN .p. < lr.-iit II 4*....p4, It......(..... ('......I,.., da. nicrM t I.. pu Id, It. lnn.H. h a nd. t 110..
p> rltln. In < hnnt.rr> .'s.'pboe' of t'onlrolM, r.... ,puhlfi. Mnfity '
7III 1''. :M.iln Sircot' X. Cutter.. No more rubber bands. I ..,." u.,,... |l'A ''>it'<',,, PlalntirrN. I fat, IMttfN I for thu "i'tt'" viMitlnn m <.r ,I'hone 7 Sliirko. .

WILL BUY IN BULK (>alnp..\111... Flurldu _nil plastic. nl1\ in .one <'>nns .. ,,*>'tn I *'A"'h'n. l>,ffiidant C'IINH :lo-iuh pr<* |, tht* cnfoli, >'ppmui' '.fth
ith "'",.If ofthel.Mtr. .. Tnttl' I *' lip as .r.ni P lh<* Mtiitc : 'r" Fl I i idni !
OR IN UNITEDWIIsTwT NI.|lIPS. lot 1.11t a ........ ..r V'pph.Pl.o.n. ....il % ..|lf. .* ...i and ""nh'II"oI| I otdlnanc. H wit, ii i ii ... Funeral Direct) Ambulance Service 1
|'Olt' 'IIHN'T:: Si-verHl furnlKltcil "iirnr. I'. tip.: lih "'I..ltl'I" t t.Mi i Mpt ,to, .piililU,., I tin vet. hitlth p ,IM,,d I
PECK 4Ai tt.joniii. HrtnifntM .Mutl, ..,rnt 129 i 1 }tnfiifla, I 1'.I I "II'.I'PImml taftty., 'n',nd 1 mil. .h ..thsrP i ati fim. <. Our local funeia" ) hOme enables ta offer and
'mi\inl I *ii* .... )Klicloittil yxrtl" i ulth I .Kldr-ftM,, |I. HU I Nolt Mtr*<..t.i I tlonM whlilinif* pt.fi i'nicd, timnol, nt to'nltJf.'I.*
Or John W. TurnerP. Iiiun. I rifft-r top Ia with I ,HinHllclilMrpn u: /'"tin i ...hi..n. "tiMlv' .N.: .'sv Voi.k. inrti Mm ,'I lbiIi, I I tfovtH'.nnint'* v* 1th In I Ph In .ti .. net otherwise available.
Box 463 Jlrn '_'. C. 't\ jiiu. KIIKI, I./I"IA'JI'KOCH o '..1....fi (.(Hindurlnrt, nnd, .. ru othtrwwi| p p" t tforiiifd .rvles
O. Slarkc. t 9-161t 1 Vnn .ir** ri'.|,uli ..d$ p to Hiiar| | ...n"PII.h'r hy tho **,..1.110.1 iMinul icoi, I __ _
Gainesville, Fla. : /" I 14. I I''P'''', 'In 0 tin, alinvw "'"",.n''. oatMltli. of tht limit .., .. _._---... ._-- .
10'0"O:: :'\1': 4 nn 10.."... J tff DRUG ,,yn.I f'OIM' n""*,| (.IMINH, wh..r..ln .lnt...rl'"I".1 .in a 11d.,pa I iii let 01, UHot
(Ii'h's.. I lipchtn I. & Wa tnr>. ItHjuut, ,, .' irt -..rk. illvort.... iTadfotd. hrwlM. .. provided. l hy I 110.. 1 sEmi"'- We furnish the highest type service st low cut frifn. and

Send me a postcard and I .u l 'tile. l.tttlu' Mure 3 ml I. i.: ..r '....nh '|'..I"I'III.h| hnl | "imhtlfh. I tlilM', and provlMloit, ..r HnnalM' Mill I IN \ accept ANV life Initiiionfa policy In (.INC. ,m. ,urd by ANY
1I'k.,, <>n i M ""..n.llnl'I l Itpnrr STAKKE, [ ".i' 'm no nlfour. work Iv IMMMH* ID p I"'*. 'KxtrHordinary. S*>MMlon. "'r t II IH, I
will come see you. | Wh n*.ws fly, .hand, ,and ..CtI"1 I ,, I i |.firlnhitui' i-f- P"its> .Htuti. of Fl.., >dti" inininy| a* payment In pArt or In full rn I funrrnl.Coniiilttttlnn .
<' f ..lIr. llrnlnU .*M I M *Hnil. ,"', Flmlda., tub.. f>i tohfr H..II"n( 4 Tha tail ot IHM. ..i..11
ror-arr 1VFTrMARKKTl I II,1.I lustS. St. PIp 21nin '. I''I I ISp'1.'Is'I.s ilpIt.... or pnrtM of "illntiM.. n carries no clllxHtlon;
BL'WA.vvKR: Auction ...IR' "ch WeiOwn.I 'r A" KliitCftlMy, l.itk* hopi,.. turn ) I. HK" I P "\ .1 I ThnmiiM.", fonflU.. 'h.,ittwlth l I.e. and th HMI' *
hv J. J' Odon ill I'nfnin, AU' .. Ap.te.| tf .\-< I'In, k .., ..1i.1.1. Court

7.. ph &HICM op-raK-rt TI'* ('"t' F''" 4.1- FOR 8 U.Knn K. fiat' alt >-noph.in ; .'.*Fr.fln\/... .|Ii i, t/f'runhv''imlriini' l lip, ,.o'. rk*. l-Morl'1/i, -w.: .----_ -I-" ', .: ';."."' :. n .

FTirt KENT (.11'> ** Kiiftnrv, rt". ..n.1Mli>nl. I llk, II II iIu :.i ;ii rIO, lit "10-14. 4t II I .J"
Apt .
Furnl-h-d 9,2If I' $71:;. 11..1I.lrol'I KttKlni'erlni -- --
T'npi" Ave. i AX/ SAVE PAYING]
..t 121 C'... IfsI.wisl MM'H .J] IlJRFOJH NOJ'U.IU'U
Wliniii, ft .May' 4 Concern N'oflinM <
'on *SAI.K: it "'.. fl. .'""'ftvtki1 : : :< : M \("IIIIoI.Sln.- ."iv ttinlt : 1 .. | 1 : '.. : TAX ; ; :
( Oi-tolM-r 15 "" "
Phll..o vxn dIi55, fp"llIr. ..t"ifi "lIIk..I". ) tit.-.r.. ,,sul,IIIvi .I.. Huttir.luy, final return nnd I will on .lh. SAIRS C1rli

.Iown' Na..Wo.lhy U eflt'ii i4up.llps. I 'P' f.n, unit. T.v. > it'll i ..* *HIV DOUBLE) FEATURE : ; ; h ..111N"y"'h'' J I'Jl'l' ap.! |I.I lv
II. 7.20' fNTJ tItl n,* All "''Nk. u s.'wlng 'iimrhln' "

r-1'1,111'...il'f I .."nrnnl.YO'. k I BUUCTMD BALLAD BmOSM! .. no y Kiorlda' f-n final, I I ii.,'ha rge '+ 2-Pc. Room Suits
..Id '8wln" fIll ..'r' ,. .. ir'i,' k .all- n Stir-k" I > ,i" .1.. .. f 1 Ih. Kwlll: C.lnh "1 -" Living
\\'.\ 'n TO Pl.t" your Cash watt .n.y w-.-k Ph) l| CHICO'STARRETT ,. I I' nr.t., .i.. d'.i..*iiH.*dMi .\ 11 I\d: "
n"U'hln.-any make wir" Th.' S. s' 'inir. iKm 21 I" n' M .11. Hi, S i I") "'',11.IIMAdinlnlNtiti. > _
Inll'* 1h.. wrl' n. .sI: ,nii\ ,Jlh. Fla, F'h I It40 H11f' SWIlL? 14
Mali' 14.liaIneeVilie. | ft 1 II 1 14
$''ving l h.I1-; 1 1 fl\'o, il I .: Value !
1940 I J'nular19. ;
: 'Illr 'l'.. Ht. lour Wr.l.t, n ill I M' uiiii; \ (. _____________ I !
......, .... .. .. -1'
h<'iii-.' aiHI i I .11. .... Olark.' Ii.rlIiI .
UMl HKST:: j.rm.I'tlrfl ilnni'" for, i_nlHi <' \N'., I install i I .<11 klniN, muh anhiitiu'nun I.'l i.ticr :S I. I MHu' : i.t; I I : O u n.:

.*a. U K 7th tj. Thninuii"'I. Alxn. at| I. H AlMir8 ., I kl'.n rnbltiPtM. sir N, ''I,. i hi.r"hv .Iv,'", 'tin' J ;, i,4, W- Sale I Price $ ;J.50
,2t|>lnil4HXIKIAIN' A ( Oi MSIA PPCI ?' nl I. .n. >i.cr'nln iM'tlili I
fftnllnn .
.*. erviee. I W Iny asphalt tllo flonrlnir ANI) ,...I '.,11'' '.'mr.'r' :silo. .,, lion. <. i'
-- Ht Anstr.nW'. .. rubber. tile linn.1i u ..li ,i.mIIi.. .. h'.ai (not. 'n 'h Bl'Y 'I IUS IIARCAIN(;
I.e hoime >nn I'ratt Ar flirt ;.,inn, A linoleum tile and tlin .. 'flIl ru h.'ui.., /Hf,HI p'k*. llrndford I.. n C' 1(1.\\-
In'|tiir* Hoilywuu l Oamvra I07tf I Klorldo, "ii. ( ntulifr. 14. Itl'" i r I DON'T) WAIT !
\ Call, 3IJJ for .
Shop. :nvl lIa n" % nit. |I' :M t If. ..nMi.l.T. I th'I .t i
(I i. .. ..tltiiat0.,, .>r visit' }oil BALK or TU\I!K.: 8-rm hi.un* Mil ip. >.n Court St qorec I" pntilt.. lnlfri a volt .
& big cor lotS p.>i nn I..P. hot I I .. ill .trI't( to in''ludn all amir. --
cold 1 water full at 409 Center. Jmltl "II Mf. Jt Fl.....r l*..n t rI..I.rs. eYIttttt I, ( wit bin$ t h.* I'p.,1, | 10.." t :: 5-Pc Solid Oak
St. or writ. box, 1181, Hiark., Vl"3ii.iO2I I lint.I f.pmI, 0 'app nI y. Florid. V -. 5
Htarkr. Flu.Foil [ ri p IIIk..n u pin innnt t.. th. l'OuiIiI, ,'"
'4 "" I'linNorvaMon. I filn" 'rI." '" A, I
Ar>DINO MACHINKH OKN $,'LJo:' ''"n'p.' Ail. KMrldn Ktntnt* 'tAll / I :
.. .. ton rriodfU "" low se ItCNT:: 4-rm & laSh ....uliiici.)4l .. own...rK mul o'impIsre' tl I and"
w H mlni" $1 l)3!) !) Value !
.I80 (plu tax ) Trm I If dp.lred "<) ,'t. I I. I...". MISS Ntl.VI> Ac huntS mi th'** llrnitu. of ih> SI lir, > (.1.l i
Bradford County Tel..avh.l "'u,,,. lleai.inmt.le XIII. H. \\ HlTXt RUTH IEUf' ,'rMid, torrltfirv. H nil nil I I 'ith i ... '> S\I.K: I-KIC K:
.. Htark. ftp .. .
GEORGE ITIOM *>r>d thl') hinrfnv' pinuP h* It. ,ardIf :
7 JoIII-\L; : :: Dnliv orrhiwa I.,In. linnhcittor .
rl P 'f,5 .
VT"II.: Admtnt' l. '14.' .
rwANTED off PAUL )MRVEt ftohirinj
I '111. This In itrin.ui'nuI ." /Ht 0 t Moll'I ConHfrvutlon I I Hi ard .
only; Knvrral, w.kx. tt -.. i : TOP RADIO STARS AND lANDS I St '10.21 HeautifulItrone
I W .Murphrvy. at A4f lip

Turpentine Leases I with DOM WILSON .. f"'oll f........ Il.dforh ........... I'liiHllr (Voervil
BUY I Kill MAl.KA: .eu. ft MI"| Tolnt Aim "Senor Dr.M>p>" ( artu-. .lor.Mint In I hoar rrr. Base 7.Vay I
rise! r.rig.'r'Plnr' fI"8. I n'' Hof I:,I'm, h Htovitil Hiall, I'lalntlff I I Seats

YOUR TIMBER I I HtHrk on "i'.yetone FNI K: Itp.UTKKAl C.T..I..r Pin "natiiian & ICol.li> Serial 53,0. ..n>VA. J-75fl7. w...tt..ll, Jr.. .r'n.l..nl ir'hoike of WhIte or '

Unit 1- ft Moods O.rt. 18 A Ti ..._. .., ............Iao a-.. S .Po.. .. Floor Lamps a Natural Finish
Bulk or Sunday >
I In :1 : 'lONrt In mono liifltf .
..... .. S r ,'re: 0. PI.OHIIH ,... .
, Without 'Land '. w'>''H. AHO| fur repair n..n.i #APART OVER A WO MN !"'-, "" ........'.. Jo* HfrirMlt.. J. w I... .. t >, it
With or |, rttii Mr f *. Turner, :Htto H I <
ni I I. 31 rivhrnrliit Hlr" ptl
WRITE or CALL \Valnnt **t. lip I l*.ir.*tnwrn. Mouth Carolina
: I; Y,"ti nr* 'I..lr..1| to mtiiwnt, m $13.95
I "'t,lt Htl.l'jI': I ikc-rra grotiil.. houi***. ..... .
: m. il>
""- 14. !IlIf'l, In Ih "
PARRISHPh. I; liurn. >'hli'k >n .houi AI.Hi A Hvnn
W. I ,"" ,.il fniirt, Mn.t ran*. >F t 2-Bumer Oil HEATERS
n.I..n hfiimfi (In tttisuiliaoMunIiosstii'n cv d WUM! 0 1 lpilmI If' ...kii .11'''%..... ii \r\ .1 i .
Lawtey Fla. for nal. Apply' 4ilfint| r You would expect (to pay
3 i 1 hall VIil.h Mil
SI., Stark' Itp I ._ : ;:::.;y.r'.It'J. ; : :,,. :w.skly 'is
L WISP,. of" h.iml .iul .ft $:O.()) for thin nice lamp ;
*. 10'"lt HUNT:: / Kurr .rott..... kpngIsV > .' ;o1' niv 9 Per Wee-!
; il ,
FOR HAL};- 1tblIiS "'b,7",1nr! l lake 41 I...<1rms. hulh' u.s Hlarko, Klnrlda, thlc' 4. 'I liI $$29.95-$1.25 :
Hrd. d.' I i. 'Itl'l
Varlfiu kind. ., .. HitS: TERMS
od 'n.'I..n'f."IV' -
h.at. !
I'-' c-lrt oil n> rn On
.. .
I trio white anic r' N. .. .I'\I.' KK: \ I.( A .0 I ri
l' P < '. ;\fr.. J..Sl.Mut' 'hell. .
(1..1 tf .alit .
Itc. I. iroek.r 14)' W MjdIso. .. St.. Htark.. lip ) .. Havin. I'ritMhy.. f) r*. nrr -

10'011 HtNT I.' r".. ho.... '" .hn J I 1I..n.I I IIV I .V.. w.tm I AHT. KOIt KKNT:: No rhllilrr-n' i K .
,cy'S ... .
1. wale.. ",I. .r4. nf fir .. huntS rpimnnititM. I.> right. ;: kmmvlll*. Klurlila.
KoB.I I K f T.. for I'lf |1/1 ii 41 t i
Keystone party t'nll at 223 Tempi" Ave. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN I) O IIETTbII AT

I..T Tltl'K I..to..t. : : T.\.I--I'o"' M... K. iS:. Andr.w.. lip < Irrwlf. I........ .......,..... 4.uoPi.

FIrtI.i, 1".9 1.n t" ..rlfl, I* 4 ** ** .
4 fllU. l'p I'T.ACK FOIt' Itl.:: 1': tlultanlv forHIIIII I
Startle Coca-4''i. I.'tlln.l'o.:_ | ... or dwelling. ::1m>. V of HI I II Minor. I'lalnlirr. 1P'
> \Minor -f-n.liinl. (005 N. .1 I Denmark Furniture Co.PHONE
I"iK It 'H.:; aut..rnI.te, I.n,u..dI dSmtrhIC Htark water A on bath Ja.11 hlway% m>. Inrtulr Kunnlnir* at ...*. .t P.hMr........ *>rf .....1..* Ini<'' .
lamp. fihV rageI :2rnat.rnIt SIre. IL A. IrlffU Ht t, bl U. K. | U UUH RMf tUOUMMI l'' .' ...... 0 r \'rK or' r..."...> 11 hOP.
I ru n. r.frlRerIItr. 'MMH MIKM ,_ ... J. Minor. wh.do.. rpnnlivn"
yr t. lip BOM COM1UMD I I1
... U.
drr'es Wixlrufr HI. Wuo'lruff .< 'ih
) .. 151 5TARKE. \.
bobs'. begN', All very" rea'soflahi YIP L* HT.: I rounil sold althnni, wat.h I Also -Movie* Are ..tdtrnture"Mhort. : .....llnaYou I F

anV.. 1'.11 St. tlt..ke. In ,'.... bldir .bt. :a wk. .or... .! Anti N>w I are r..iOIr.4 t., apiiai ,in I .,
.. Kinder return to Mrv ... J. Show N"..ml>.. 14. l ISiS, .in imnaiiivd .h. I .. .___ I-----! A 1 __
WUtr -_-- .1 i .
Knight In .
1U.MBI.A1NI.II: lit lip fur .....&..d. lip lirt untt SUNS hr ;. .
at Perry 14CI I T 1



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What did you come here for?" A 10""" '". MTATK OK FLOHIUMnbnl \ \ Ulbhon McLmnlol whoa* reldtnre ber 10, 104tt. unpaid principal. shall boar, Intercutat Hit proper officials thereto duly are hereby repeated.Heutton .
FARMER'S The small boy was extremely .. and poHtofflt*, address I.I For" Value' Received. flty of Htarke, the highest rate allowed by law. authorised' IV. Thin ordinanceehall
honest He said: "To eat!" No, HOT North Kl 1 J'HMO Street, City a Florid:: imuiirltmt corpora lionpromises For the payment of this. note the City:: of Stark (Corporate Seal) take effect. Immediately upon its.
of Kl I Paso, Hint of Tx..l I to pay to the order l oi; City of Mtiirke pledges its. full fait h. Bv J. p Roberta, as Mayor of City paxHaire and approval by the Mayor.
Among the many friendly pea You are. required, to appear on Florida'. Hunk at Htarke. KtarkeK credit and taxing power; and the of Stark Panned: this V day. of September:
t J DIARY ple we mef.were Aunt Lily Wilkinson Nov. 7th. 104! In the above nerved lor I tin, the principal cumin, of Twenty holder at its option, may concurrontlv Ana Carl Johns Clerk A.1) 1919.
by as City
Cuurt nnd cause, wherein plaintiff -thr.e ThoiiMitnd Ktv Hundred. or separately. exercise. .all L. A. Canova President City.
a teacher for many yearn ff...FkM divorce llrndforfl i'otinty S23fioonn) Hollar.. payable l a' remedies. now.. hereafter provided of City of Htarke.' Council.

By Sam McGarvey She has a fine philosophy. "I Telegraph. shall. publish this. Order Florida Itank at Htark In prlnclpft under applicable liiw. Hold City And the Mayor and Pity Clerk of> ATTEST: : Carl Johns City Clerk.
In next four installments
Issues an follows: further Mayor of
warrant and represent: and To the Honorable the
said. City of Htarka! are authorised
Hover met a mean boy", Witness my hand and official that It tin full to borrow certify that
Htarke I hereby
Tile author will be glad to re- Reminds us of the famous imy- seal. nt murk 4Fiori...... thin' tuber" $3.ft Oft 00 due and payable [1..0.mh..r the money repreacnted by thin note; directed such to note make In, execute the name and. of deliver the City the above of and: foregoing; Ordinance
rrlvn Items of inUrmt 1X45.OFFICIAL 9. 1949SiiOOU that such, power nun been duly full adopted' and punned I bo-:
concerning Htarke duly
of of
I meta City on or an September
of Will Rogers: "I never ( 8KAI.: ) A J. Thomax and .
Ing ; $ this imyuMe Jnmmrv legally exerclned. ; that i It hurt fullIuw..r such loan. the City Council of the City of
the activities of fanner In man I didn't like!" Haven Aa Clerk r of said. Court 9, 1950. and In thirty-five. (:.t&) additioiml to pledge said. net revenuesof 10.Section 1949. upon 7. That securing upon aurh loan Htarke nn the Hth day of September, ", ,
+ Bradford ny Crosby >. C, / au,its I. tmcreHMlve monthly each said water plant and light while In regular ncnnlon.Carl .
County. Suggestion may A, W. (cliHilwkk. Jr. Kt AugusIinn principal JoHtullmentn" of $100 (n plant mind such has been duly' the City will at Its expense furnish A 1949 Clerk
power aid Hunk with the of Johns City
opinion a
be left at the Telegraph office or Got up parly the other morn- Florida' each, hMiturlnK. out each monMrommenrlnw and legally exercised. ; that thin disinterested attorney and of City The. above and foregoing' Ordinance -
Ally for Plf. 10.7t 10-J t-Vlirunry ". 1950 anti note In nil respects! In vnlld I and ,
a and
maJIml to Sam McGarvey Lautey, Attorney.Hectlon. was received by "me approved -
Ing resolved to hurry through with the option' :In maker tu pay hlndlnir nhllRratlnn\ I of said City, and 8. That all of the rerltatlona l by mo on thin. iota day of
Florida. chorea and get a lot of work In Circuit, CRnr1. nrmlrord Cauntr. any or all installments before matnrltv. that the said Hum ut ,f,13.500 has ., warranties and repre.enta' September, A 1>. U4',
I Klorlilai: In hunt-err.. and with Interest. on the been borrowed. hv Da Id Pity from tlona In be contained. In such note J. P. liohertu,
done. Turned on the faucet In Jiime P. CanpliFll, Phi' '(atlff vnKraticpH .. principal. halaneea from time to HIIIII hank to meet current expense are true. 'In fact. Mayor of the City of Stark
Had big 640-gallon tank about five and H Campbell. J>ttf..ltdant. lima remaining. unpaid' at the rate of sold : I 10.21
a septic saw two patches ( the kitchen nothing happened. ('*"" No. 75HI. of 34i perrentum. PHI annum" pnynbl. Clivi and that this not In Ruction 9. That all ordinance and 10-7 at

put in this week. The tank It- acres altogether) that reallylooked The pump was out of com Order uf Pnhllrallon. tad Wotlt-e. To at the ***inii* dates. HH ,,,I.IIlln.lall-
Neighbor ,with Ui mission! After feeding the brood 'p""". fl..... of Florida To mentH., and together with all rimta'
telt la concrete and weighs over pretty KruncvH, II. Campbell, whose 1'.1- and. ..x|>tMttpi. ut col let. tlon. Including *
at time guessed that they hud aowa, had a look at the pump dtni !hf unknown HHonahli attorney fees, paid.. +
three tons and when .wo law the been set out In July but whenever and It seemed that all that wa You are required. to .appear on or incurred' by the holder hereof In r
November. T, JIM'I.. !., In tli. above or about tin t'olltfctlon of thin. note
work Involved in putting in a they were they certainlyare wrong was the air volume con- named Court and fauna, wherein and the. enforcHtunnt of the security; : Q

septic tank we were glad that husky strong plants. trol was clogged up. Fussed with plaintiff' seeks. .lIvn..'", Ilrndf..r< and the tucker hereof dofN hfrvhyplHilttri
''nnney Telegraph, shall. publish this I .* ,and .grant the pay** hcreul
we didn't attempt to do the job e It a while then had breakfast Order In next four weekly Imiuea .a first lien over all the net revenue. here'show

ourselves. It Ie possible: to build IIB.I l a nlco visit.. from our and went back at It again. Witness' : my hunt and,: official' I of Its. "ntiinlriiuil! water plant and
XHH, Rt tlturke Florida, thin. October over all of the net rev.nu, ,.M .f |ttnunlrlpnl .
the wooden forms put them in neighbor Roscoe Strickland. lie Three hours later was still 5. 1'MIIIJPPICIAI.''. light plant anti the ,die l
place mix and concrete I ( : .. ) J. Thomas trlbutlon of them and each of them" ,
pour In to talk to about cat-
came s.t::
working away at It, and had the Aa Clerk of .I'ou1t. from the thus, of thin note' until this i
but it's still a big job and It : LIe, and before we were through doggoned thing all apart and Py Haven I Crosby u. C. note trt fully paid and l doen herebyHpfHally .
takes a lot of time and that's I'we talked farming around here John .r. lendernon. KMH: ? rtlrhant- warrant and retirement. that
still couldn't find the trouble. son RlflHT? Jack onvll!"", Florida said water' plant ,In. Indebted to thellenernl to
something we haven't much of from beginning to end. He told Then our tractor service man arrived -: Ally for I'lf. 10.7 4t 10-81\ Fund of Paid Oity In .u i

right now. Anyhow we have UK about a man he had with him and he pitched In to help. 1 In' Circuit I.'curt. Bradford Conntr. an amount" ,) interest In egress.>f I thin' iif note tot' and prlnupitt that, l I

the tank In now and the next who wanted Roscoe to raise some More fusing with It, until at 1 Plorlilni lit 1 nnneerr* Maid City will not n-Mrot late orr f \
step will be to get the bathroom chickens Well Mr. Strickland I Jiorothy" Viola. Hwcat rooks, T'laln- therwlrie fllnpOHH' of any of theater .eA oAl
last we discovered that the automatic i llff, v.. Harold. 1 W. lironkn., Hvfitndant. \\ nnd) Ht\vtr Uvenue, rertflfat | !. j l
in. Going to have a plumber set sail) he would If the man would switch was not functioning.It I I ('une No 7&r,3 n. held by It for Itn Keneral .fund. .
Order, of I'nhlli.ntlnn, A Vole without upplvlntr. the proi eediithereof .
the fixtures In this week. And take good care of them. Not only to
took only a moment to clean Appear. MTVIM OI' Fl.oillllt to to the payment of thin note:
then we'll have the pleasure of 1 did the man take good care the contacts and connect the I Hurulil, ,V. llrookK whose residence. "net revrnm's". HJ. axed| herein means.
a nice hot shower bath after of them he almost and! ..01,1., ..... ,la uninown: all revenues. except actual necessary.
was perfect.
wiring and then when we turnedon iou are required' to appear. on opratlnv, expenses; and, mild. City
working out In the fields. Out of the 202 chicks bought he the fuss switch the pump Nnv 7, lH'l.! In the above fumed further warrant' and' represent.
Court and fauna, wherein' plalntINMeek that 'the net ...v..nu,jM of said water
raised 108, and two of the four started right fine. But all : exceed the principal' und
up divorce, custody And control c
With the help and advice of I\lout happened by accident. That told It took almost five hours to of minor child and, reNtoriitlon. of interest accruing, on thin:;\ note and: BERRYGROWING
of maiden name. fYadford I I. unlnuimhHrd' except for Mali,! (.
our good neighbors, we Is successful .
really being with
FIND the trouble and probably County Telegraph shall publish" this revenue. cei tlf IcateM. held for the
at last got 2,500 strawberry chickens At least compared wouldn't have found It then but orWrln n. next four weekly (untie* general. fund of Maid. .. <'ltv. und that
plants set thle week. And what with .* my hand: and officialSaul the revenuen. of wild light plant
the results we've
had so for the help of the tractor service at Hlal-ko Flurlda, this Octoberb are unlnciiniberf. Ha.Id bank may
a job It was getting the plants Far. So far ours have had every man. ft. 194'1.' at nnv time It ,ilnemM" the fcriniunnHtlfactorv

out of the wilderness of weed thing but.the and ( 'FICIAT. RKAT.' ) A. J. Thomas., or 'tnHiifflcl-nt. or
mumps, any Lesson learned though. Is that A. Cleric. of said. Court upon: gnu default I In the payment' :
they were In. Only way we could day' now we expect to see arooster fly Haven Croaby 1>. C. of anv ItiMtallmfn4 of principal. or
do It was get In with a hoe and with Its head all band- we should not decide what In T. )'rnnkI.endrum, Htarke, Florida Interest apply. any fund, .'roII''..
wrong with equipment but rather Atty for. I'''. 1U-7 4t 10-28 or MeuiirltlvM. of the maker In It* .
chop out the big weeds, and then aged up! hunt. towards the payment of thin
go about It systematically, note Including then matured Installment .
loosen the plants ;wIth a "prong"hoe. e Ordinancea. 121.1 ;
step' by step. And of course anyone AV OKIHNANCH to he entitled. an *. 1'pon any default 'In the
A hundred times that clay Our turkey poults. not to be en-ill. mi repealing; that' portion of payment of any Installment of pfln*
we asked ourselves the question: will tell you to check your Section.nc4..5 of Ordinance No.reiiulrlnir tpnl, or Interest the. holder. now a more
outdone In the matter of
I power first .when a piece of ma- the payment of .a fee to declare the entire I unpaid principalbalance
Why, oh why did we ever let have some kind of an afflictionnow the City of Htarke for the issuance of thin note, together: with
the weeds bad : chinery will not run. all unpaid' I ldjitTHt to such time, to
in these
get so of14I0
at leant one of them has. ITi101tDAINEfi
e I hv the City I>. mediately, due und payablf,
beds? The answer is simple The poor thing seemed to be Council of the. city of Htarke, Erad- --
Made up twelve bM. with the ford County' Florida' ..
enough. You don't have to let
tippled In one with the hock
tractor to set the strawberry Section I. That Heetlon 45 of
weeds get much of a start on swollen. We though at first' It ordinance number. 'Insofar. an PROFITABLE
you before they are really a was "range plants on. Made up low beds! .a"l Section re'luina I the paymentof We want to
paralysis", but ufter .a toe to .
then put In a pall of fertilizer the City of gtarke for
mess to clean up. Well at leastwe ending, up on the trouble wo the Ixmiance. of a building permit. 1 J. \ IARMOUR
got seven beds set and hope have it (475.40 percent organic with lie and the. lame Is. hereby repealed. demonstrate this
diagnosed as perosls u Section 2.
Chlordane 170 That In all other
) per foot row. lepRrts -
this coming week to set five .. f
condition caused said Section 45 or Oidlnince
by a slipped ten-
more. In the meantime if rain went over the beds again number Mball remain In full BETTER
But poult seems to be fume, and effect.
with the and made the
will oblige us, the plants should I Section. ,.
well otherwise, so It looks as That from and otter
do all right we hope.t beds higher and In so doing Iha cascara of thin' Ordlninre no
though it will have to face life mixed the fertilizer In good. tee shall 'bot charged by the City PLOW
t with a slipped tendon. of Htarke for the Issuance of a useVertaqreenStrawberries
Speaking ft fttrauberrleft After that, boarded off the bells build In" permit.
Section 4, All .
and ordinances or parts
A little hoeing raking, especially -
took a ride the other and f ordinances
day Visited.. Mrs. > In conflict herewith.
Boyer and had another at the ends and the beds are hereby repealed'

look at the famous Brah- were ready to plant. Hectlon 8 Thla ordinance: shall he.

Your Feet Know The man Twins e- Blue Boy and Pink Incidentally that Chlordane come pannage.. effective Immediately upon its fed Vertagreen produce more high quality fruit acre.

-ady. They are really growing really does a job on those darned I.. A. Canova, President. CityATTEST per

DifferenceWhen and are beautiful animals. They mole crickets. Found a lot of "olInell: Carl' Johns. City Clerk The fruit is of better color, the flavor is sweeter, the vines bear longer.

look exactly like the dependents them dead on the beds a few To the Honorable Mayor; of the

of the world-reknown sacred cat days later City the above of Htarke,and: I foregoing hereby' certify Ordinance that. I Everywhere growers say that Vertagreen-fed berries bring higher

lie of India which of course they e was. duly adopted' and panned. bv
,. are. Alice particularly the City Council of .the City of This plow prices on the market. Get a supply of Vertagreen now for your strawberries.Use .
enjoyedour When Dick Ferguson was here suirke.! on the list day of August, leave i-leaii-
visit as the Boyers have a last time hA Invited UH to come A )'. 1949 nhllo In 'all Reunion a
(>arl'ohna.. rut furrow wall and furrow
City Clark
nice home which by the way Is see his Black Angus steer We The shore and) foregoing Orrtl, bottom, a turncd-oeer furrow Vertagreen for lawns flowers
a remodeled Blending building. did and saw a really fine animal nunco was received hv me. and ap lice and well ,
proved bv me on this. Slut day otIIKII trash.It .
e e It In about two years old has ,\ I. A D. 194"Mevnr Is controlled by Ford IJ) trees, shrubs and garden vegetables.

o Attended. Homecoming at the had no feed except pasture, and )'', th.r City'of, SI'\I't.e draulic Touch Control.
Long Branch Baptist Church It weighs about 1.000 Ibs. 10-7 :at i 10.21.Orlinnnce'
with a neighbor Enjoyed it very While talking to Dick he showed Built .strong< ll JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Shoe Work To >.. 11'll-II with HUMS avail K
Repair much particularly the "countrysupper" us some grass on bin lawn An Ordinance. inloplInK nn net s t
which followed. While refuting to element votlnir in nnv able to fit any _
BAKEREvery that to be dying for some
BIGGS & seems
mantel .
.pal election held. In the City plowing condi IfrlffljTlOlIVIU
wandering through!! the beautiful reason. Dick said he had heardIt of Htarke.Section .
Job, Urge or small givenour tlon Let us ,
I It la hernhv adopted bv 4 our pan
there accosted
cemetery we were but
was caused by a worm on
\ the the City Councilf ii,.' bent
workmanship small boy. "What did you come digging we could find nono.We've Htarke. Chapter 25.111, Lawn 'f'Jo'I""- ,

best materials. here for?" he asked. Our neigh.bor I had a similar trouble In 111 11.Neet 1 1941.Inn'!) relatlnir 2. .All .illnnnrtfH to' ahN tot, orpaitM'....1"... | jour} place noon FLOWERS

I: answered: "To look around.Don't our house pasture and we thought of oidliiancea. In runnir! herewith FRUITS
are hereby re :eeled.Nnrtlnn I DIXIEEQUIPMENT ''i eTrtF'cs d
too much rain '
caused bv
,It was '
5. Thin or>\Unnnt' > hail' VEGETABLES
take affect Ininmdlutu1upon ItoPns511ge Inc.
F VNIIeil our folks In Jacksonville I I.. A. Canovn, President. City i ', STEMS
Your Dead AnimalsFREE and was glad to find sister 'o1ln11. 1430 Pest Main: St., !South' I >- LEAVES
Bury ATTKHTi: Carl Johns, City Clerk.To .
Clara recovering from recent operation '- Ihs, llonornlil Mayor nf the (:Gainesville FI... ROOTS

Mother's pigs are doing City of Htaike' : I hereby, certify that
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PROMPT SANITARY REMOVALOF the above and. foregoing, Ordlnancu:
fine and she Insists that we take was duly ,adopted and panned. bv .
our pick of the brood and see the City Council of the City of
storks, on the 2.lrd day of August
DEAD HORSES. MULES OR whnt we can do with a Duval A H. I 11)10) whlln ,In Call. HeHHlon.Carl .

County pig In Bradford County. Johns. ., City Clork. 95%

OUR PHONE OPERATOR AT OUR EXPENSE The wan above received and forewolnar by 'me' and'milnnnce approved .

After all our thinking and talk- by me on this lard flay. of ,,
PHONE STARKE 189 August, A II. 1949 ef all hauling jobs
Ing about planting a cover crop 'I J. }'. Itoherla, ,
Mayor. of the of Slarke I .
with Kentucky 31 Fescue decided City
If You Have Difficulty Call Our Jax Office Day, 10-7 31 10-21
that ,whAt we really want Is a be done with
Night, or Holidays cover crop that we can graze Ordinance. >". li'J-V A can t
TN It urttiiined and resolved bv
animals on, and not a permanent the City Council of rime City .of !
JAX PHONE 45500; ;) pasture yet so switched at lai. Htarke aNNPmhiei, Plorldu, In regular reHHlonHectlon ChevroletAdvanceDesign
minute to Sweet Blue Lupine. i I. That It I It nni-esunrv for ,
the City of "Htarke" I' uorrow S.V II I
FLORIDA SOAP CORP. Feel confident thAt we made no
.. ..
I 511I)00' to "meet current expcl N L
mistake In getting Lupine as It I Section a. That; the' (city \\nierl: I r- } Sq trucks
I '
hAS done so well around here. doing Plant li Indebted. 1 ti the gen.rei|
: Doctors( Inlet. Fla. Ph. Orange Park :2196 fund. of City of xtnrKe. In a anon Inexceaa
i'' to plant a five acre field and of J.tunouil: ;'or and in .11
count of City Water .and Hewer, ll>
try to keep from covering the venue Certlflcatee, ,numb'.*s. 9 2 e
seed too deeply as that seems both Inrlimlve, heretofore. dulv. issued .
anti. negotiated. and. tler"atct"purchased '
to have been our chief trouble HO
by and. now held I..r'h. .
fur.. account nf the General. Fund. if

Also of onion sets ('II v of Htnrke.sxrllon .
got a hng ,
\ a. Thnt the n"t rr\'enu-a
Build it with I a couple of pounds of English of said City Water I'luni.. ,T
first poring all imcemiui-y. i xprn..nof >
and flower seed And
pens Its operation. ..n.1.I ,-.. ,era
I also a 10-lb. bug of Chlordane, to will exceed. the payni*' UM I It' fie
made fin the note herilnaft 'i j r
I discourage the mole crickets' scribed.I

0 S e Hectlon 4. That there ulll b.! available .
frnm the reanonalily lint' "iii.
I IiiNrct.* are really going to stork pitted revenues. of the 4l,>in'r.il Fund, "

on our kitchen garden, especially miinlvn 'In excena of the puvmcllti., (to ,/
be on the note. hereinafter rtnneilhed. ,
a little and gold or yellow
green after meetliiB all nei'ennnry. expennmtherefrom. .
hug which has attacked the snap
Section .II. That the City Llaht
henna, white potatoes sweet potatoes Plant IM not Indebted. and the City |
: and butter beans. Dust- IM empowered' to pledire' .MM ret
; after all exlienaes ,
revenues necessary
:: mi the plants with a 5 percentPDT of UM operation and inaln-

Fzi.iIT,I I !i1.aiWI I powder and It Is working talnenee loan' far., current for the .xp..n..p.repayment. lOt Ihl" ,.

: good. section e. That the city of "Inrfce',
,. C do borrow 13.1,500: 00 from KI'irMi:
;: Hunk at Starke., at a'" per cent
llorlng hard' work but whenI .
interest, to meet current expenses.and
I 1 ; a, I \ get done with a patch and by .pod. upon. the term and

". (',.1 f" look hack at It, clean ns a a nl..ropy>da'lnir"of the the security proponed appearing,...oml..orvnot. by Buyer preference shows that In 95% of all hauling fobs, 's., -

I i whistle, It's a pleasure. .. lo 1 he given bv the City ffHtap there's a Chevrolet Advance-Design truck that will
..e to evidence' and, aecur pitch r
I loan to wit: serve you more satisfactorily for more years of
1 Kent In a folder. on frrdt. put '
less cost. The wide range of the Chevrolet truck line-
out by a nationally-known feed
._ CHAIN STORE I company that white corn Is just from smart panel delivery models up through specially

,: or any size store! nt good as yellow corn for your WELDING. !:) equipped heavy-duty carriers-means you get a truck ,e' -

stork providing they are on pas. specifically designed to carry the load all the way up re"H
ture. They say that yellow corn "
For lower maintenance 'for fire solely' for structural! beauty contains carotene (Vitamin A ) to 16,000lb.. gross vehicle weight. See us today-buy '

build it of CONCRETE BLOCKS. Its lower insurance rate and land If animals are on pasture the Chevrolet truck that's {just right for your lob ;

greater resale value make it e sound investment they get all the Vitamin A they (

phone ......... for complete details. We deliver.f need am) that therefore white ADVANCE-DESIGN TRUCKSCHEVROLET
'f{ Is
corn Just as good Told a far

mer around here about It and he

looked skeptical. We offer t the p people of Starke


The blonde who has been mothering "- CLUTCH e SYNCHRO-MESH TRANSMISSIONS e HYPOIO REAR
.. DRAIN AND mlUlnitjr one of the mt
j mF to the hen house this modern and finest
week and she must have braggedall 4 j UNIT-DESIGN BODIES

'J MEETS ALL ASS.T.M. SPECIFICATIONS over the place about her foster welding shop anywhere.All REFERRED BY MORE USIRS.THAN THE NEXT TWO MAXIS COMEIfI I L

offspring, because the ladles.

there chased her bowlegged. Maybe Work GuaranteedSMITH'S .

! Annis BuilcliiigSiipply, Inc. hens don't like blondes


1036-1018 W. Main St., South
In Irralr ("...,.. llritUfor CmnmtTiKlarUlm MACHINE SHOP
IN I NiiN<**rrH -
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDAPh .nry U McKnnlol. Plaintiff, ...
62 ne 217-218 Vuhl. nihrmn )Mi-lMnifl Defendant Templete, Starke STARKE, FLA.rAGIII'SIX .
P.O. Dos ni... No. 75. .
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Baptist Church. Presbyterian Church Gainesville\ visited D. I
Sunday. Sheenn is on I <'I
"The Crucified Savior" Is the Morning Worship 11:00: o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. GREATEST I ;

sermon topic by the Pastor of Sermon topic, "The Fruit of the ,I Ily 1\1..... Br)'an WhitfichilIIRI1S4IE Waldo spent the by Fulton '
the First Baptist Starke this Sun BY THE /
Mr. and Mrs.
Spirit". St. Paul In Halations the
day morning at the 11 o'clock and
service. The adult choir directedby Fifth Chapter tells us the result : ('l.m ShEETING We are glad to by Helen .

Mrs. Lucille Green will sing of leading a life that U not lively blossoms In pastel and Mrs. Shelp and ISRAEL, % (
and :Mrs. Mona Canova will be Christ centered: but concludes his shades were arranged at points purchased the Blrk Edgar Allen :
of interest In the W, moved in last week.
at the organ. letter. by telling{: the church at North .
Christian Church Methodist Church"We During the "First Galatla how God can change vile home Tuesday. afternoon of last Mrs. Louie of
Worship well-known
flomvr Sulndall. Minister I Service" 9-43: the pastor's message men into good wholesome/ members week when Mrs North enter- In Shadycrest r, : I. :
talned the State Farm Bridge is much improved : EHMAN by I I
touch Him In Life's throng will be "The Finger ofGod" of society.
Welcome to the Club Prizes on this occasion: ing. 21 by
friendly church Philip ,
and press. And :we are whole again a message from the "Life Sunday School 0:45: a.m. New |
In the heart of town. !" were handkerchiefs and those who Mr. and Mrs. MADE
of Moses", members welcomed
The Youth Chorus are
every won them were Mrs. J. R. Kite and
You will find a welcome In our Christ alone does the healing/ will sing during this service with Sunday. The class for men antI for HIMSELF by
high score<< Mrs. C. M. Turney Mr. Jackson
Bible School every Sunday morn but only In response to the touch !Mrs. Mona Canova. directing. women meets In the church at for second SONS OF I'I
high and Mrs. Is some better
ing at 10 am. When Is the last of unfaltering trust. The ten o'clock and a welcome awaits Farson. FIRES
sermon The Happy Hour at 7:30: features Dennis Fancher as holder. of the
time you have attended? Come subject for the 11 o'clock the singing of requested you. lucky card In bingo. At the end A. Michl-
parents and bring the whole I hour Sunday morning will be hymns and choruses by the congregation .I Junior Fellowship at nix o-' of the games !Mrn. North serveda Starke LibraryHas by Edna Lee,
family. The Bible School needs "Unfaltering Trust.' Thia Is clock In the Days and
a I led by the youth chorus Chapel. Last Sunday salad course Latest
you and you need the Bible message of comfort and courage and directed by the playing of Mrs. James Mixon and Mrs. by Frank Yer-
School. to I Mrs. Morse and Mrs. Mann at James Bunch from the Young: Dr and Mrs. W F, Humphries, For All TastesThe of Harrow.

Morning Worship 11 a.m. all.Were you there at 9-l5: : last the piano and organ. The message Matrons' Circle were hostesses. Jr., of New. York City were Public long list. of :
Communion 11:14: a.m. Sunday morning T If not. come to by Rev. Haines will be "Fire Last Sunday the congregationvoted guests of Dr. and Mrs D. L. Nix located In the Library north : for
Morning subject: "The Call of Sunday School this Sunday. There Prevention" an evangelistic message .- to Join with our pastor In last Tuesday omit Wednesday.Mrs. .
Starke Woman's Club.
Cod." Is a class for you. In co-operation with "fire asking for the dissolution of the Nix arC'Omlanled| her visitorsas
.week" pastoral relations at far as Panama, City when they ed the top ranking : !
prevention throughout the meetingof
Evening Services In pouring out our lives for the 240. slated for friends and
Christian Endeavor 6:30: others nation and Chief! Picket of Starke Presbytery In St. Petersburg returned to New York, coming
pm. we are giving GoodMeasure"
season for Its acts of
Evening 7:30 Fire Department. :on October 11 Mr. Kaufman hasagreed home Friday. I many I ItI
p.m. which Is the
:growing membership and words of ,
Another I to remain Pastor until. Charlie Emery of New
Evening aubject: "Weighed In subject Sunday evening at 7:30.: baptismal service isplanned as cording to Mrs. recent 'I
The Balances". Prayer Meeting The Youth Fellowship meets at following the regular :January 1. 1JWO. It l is expectedthat Berlin was. the overnight guestof I Young Librarian Mrs. Mamie :
each Wednesday at 7:30: At. 6:30. Be service at 7:30.: This service to Presbytery will allow Mr. Mr and Mrs. A. C. Kirkland
pm. on time for an Important that the local library
be conducted in the Kaufman to retire after 36 ,,Wednesday' I I
tend once and you will want to business meeting.You new audi years week has. increased
torlum. A fully staffed of service In the Presbyterian/ Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Brannen
Sunday ---- -- -- ---
come: again. are Invited to worship of books the .
I, School of more than 80 teachers Church. Before coming: to Starkehe spent the past weekend with Mr. upon '
CONGREGATIONAL with us.CATHOLIC i and officer leads each age in the wall pastor of the Richardson and Mrs. Jack Nelson in Jack 6,500.Mitchell WlMon's '$tI STOREIen.t! Clothint 189, I

M :/rilOIMST CnURCnSen.cea CHURCH tudy .of the Bible each Sunday Memorial Church. . morning at 9:45. Street Philadelphia. Spencer Crews was at home
every first and third ,
Mass !
Sunday 9:13: am. only major book
Training Unions gather at 6:15 taut weekend having/ as his. guestJ0h0
Saturday night. Sunday morning Sunday School 11 a.m. : be published this
and I under the direction of :Mrs. C. G. At The Blunton of Hazclhurst. On.Mr .
Sunday night 11 am. andS Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. Tabernacle suggest/ that you
Priest and a capable staff of Ulanton Is also a student at
p.m. at Congregational Metho.1
dls Church on Brownlee Road.- I dayBible Study ts every Wedne.. workers to lead In "Training in Weekend services at the Tab the University of Florida/ Gaines sideration HILL by Gladys to Iscariot A Saved

Rev. Ernest Griffis pastor. day at 7:43:: : I church membership." Mid-week ernacle Included a brief bullies, ville. TilE BOUND '*
Mr and Mrs. R. Man Fallen From Grace? ,
service each Wednesday is enjoyed session after the Friday nlehtmeeting P. McLendon
by a group of 100 for worship for the purpose of completing and their sons Spunky and Torn* ett and Olga Webber ,
I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev. and_tho inspirational message the incorporation of the mle, attended the Horse Show In romance part Street.by the COlllltitulod"u what the Bible has to say about this "
Gainesville Saturday night. On
by the Pastor.
Lenl/.* D. Halnes Pastor An open door and a friendly work.A short illustrated that occasion they were guestsof THANKFUL by Sunday night at 7:30 o'clock. '
story enhanced Is a romantic novel \"
welcome awaits all who seek to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cogdill.Mr. .
v v the interest and value of CHURCH
Wyoming ranch. 0 Hampton
"In The Heart of Town And In The Heart worship at the First Baptist of the Saturday night Youth Meet. and Mrs. Albert Yarbrough SPEAK by Upton \)
and family and Mrs. Davis, all of
of The People' Starke. Ing, and the content between the Gainesville, were dinner guests of last of the Lanny non! OKAY, I'ASTOK '
buys and girls In a .spirited Bible LET LOVE COME .
v ,. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST hunt resulted in a tie, but a sec Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Yarbrough at Taylor Caldwell Is a.m.: 'TheVonderful Jesus"
A Southern Baptist Church For All PeopleMorning OF LATTER DAY SAINTS noon Sunday.
ond test brought the out School 6:30
boys commanding male : p. m.: ItTU Meets
v vvv The Church of Jesus Christ of winners Mr. and! Mrs. J. W. Beasleyand !
WOl'llhlp11:00: Happy Hour 8:00 Later Day Saints will hold Sunday their two children of Lake has won her an / ( : time changes thin Sunday from 8

Sunday S..hool9:4.1: Training Itnlon-6:45: : Temple school Avenue In the USO buildingon Sundayat The enjoyed congregation a visit Sunday from Dr.mornIng and- of Butler Mr. were and Mrs.Sunday R.supper W. Biannen.Mr guests. Arthur Ing. PRAIRIE Meeker .A : with HTU meeting at 6:30.: )

Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 I*. M. 10 a.m. A cordial every invitationIs Mrs. Allen of Gainesville. RevAllen .'I and Mrs. Lyle A. Noliind cago's wealthy and
v v. gave a marvelous. mesHncn and their little the 1880's to 1018./
extended to all.PENTECOSTAL. daughter, Mere.
TWO GREAT SUNDAY MORNING SERVICES: using as his text Matthew 4:4: dith Ann of Orlando were visitors THE RUNNING
his subject being: "The Individual. by a South SERVICE STATION
1st service' 9:43: 'Finger of Qod'-2nd "service 'Crufifleil Satlor' HOLINESS The Home. The Government and !last of Mr. and Mm. A. C. Davis ,whoso pen. name Is.
10th St. and Temple Ave. weekend.
Happy Hour Service 7:30: in.! TIKE PREVENTION': The Church." Muyrant.' and for
p. Sunday School 9.45: : a, m.: MornIng Mrs. C. M. Turney visited Mr.
III I' vvv I Worship 11 a. m.: Evangelistic The Sponsor brought the message and Mrs. ,John P. Turney in Jacksonville 'I has turned to the Gas & Oils
iod slip knows best
"Visit The Church With The Visiting Putor" Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Sunday evening from I for several days, during
welcome.. Isaiah 22: "The Keys of the the past week. I:ton. She is said to
S Treasury." Mr and Mrs.. W. K.: Flllyaw nl 'sportswoman and POLISHING, GREASING
I A Chalk Artist and Musician Lake Butler were Sunday visitors and dogs.' THE / AUTO REPAIRS
I from Kentucky is expected in the of Mr and Mrs M. D, Young. Theodore Bonnet III a
story lit a little Tires Tubes & Batteries
I future. ,
HOME QTARLINGC STARKE near Accompanied by. !Mrs J. i'. fin and the ..
and Mrs. J M Brownlee
OWNED / FLORIDA Church Of Christ of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. W U. reign
/ If Strlngfellow visited Mr, and Mrs
U Grocery & MarketSPECIALS I \. E. Jones. MinisterWe George Manassa In Green Cove by Marguerite Steen,
the author of The Sun
extend to the public a cordial Springs Friday I
doing. Pearl S. Buck
invitation to attend the !Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger ofJacksonville RANCH
FOR WEEK ENDING OCTOBER 14. 1919 t ser on. on China called 1
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry Streets vices of the Church of Christ. were Sunday supper POINT OF NO .
Ilible Hchnol, 10 a.m. Classes guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. : OF MTARKK ON' ICOl'TK 10OItltINO
P. Mnrquand has a / 1
I for all ages.Morning Bradley. '
c Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Llbhart setting. The veteran I
Worship 11 a.m. Sermon THE
gives us
4tl1lOUR'S subject, "Refuge In Christ." ,and their children, Sunny and about the daring' Scot, I
MILK 3 FOR 29 Lord's Supper, 12 noon. Robin, returned home Friday following SON OF THE MOON
a week's vacation trip to
T A 14 L. The evening service will beheld |I Key Went. En route they visited I, per prize novel by 41'
In the
tent at Hampton. Sub I Ilitrec It you are
friends In several! South Florida/ '
ject, "Why not bo Just a Chi'Is- I points. a thick one that will 1
thin?" Mrs. Senle Fender of Hradvn- awhile try THE<: Ul( 1X

The meeting at Hampton Is ton In visiting Mr. and, Mrs. J. Jos Zlluhy.
PureL-A-R-D,25 Pound Can 3.69 still in progress. Crowd have Among the -
L. --<
- - Williams Mrs. Peridor wax .
been greater than expected, and accompanied to the Farm by find THE MATURE Tilt: K.NTIlli: : fl
the tent has been full almost If. A. Overstrwt, FAMILY TO IH.MKIV C/)
Mr.* A. II.
Sweeting! and Mrs. V.
SYRUP Dixie Bottle Only 31c every night. You are Invited to V. Flowers of Jacksonville who psychology/ practical Jilt CLKANl! "K
Lily Large - attend these services examination of what
and learn
I mada brief visit with Mr. end !
what the Church of Christ
I I Mrs. Williams. During the week ---
teaches. The tent will be broughtto end additional guests of Mr. and

": : Stuike In the near future. Mrs.. Williams were Mr. and Mrs. JJF"J&
F A B That rea.t. LARGE Watch for the announcement. John K. Williams and, their young I

New "ashlnPowder 19 We have no Interest in Starke son. Clifford. of Tallahassee. .
BOX but lost souls., We do nut take Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hard.-e anti -

up an offering at any time. their sons, Leroy and William
These meetings are mad potwlhle visited relatives In Oxford from ,1eafO1I/
I by the Church of Christ In Tuesday until Sunday.GRAHAM.

Starke, a really friendly church. .
HEINZ KETCHUP Large Bottle 24c Come and lIee.I -
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Marion SLICED BACON, Per Pound - 31c I I Itev.St. Mark's II. I>. "Sinuiuinv' Episcopal. ll.li.lrui Ity Mr.. John McKlnney \2 4

Saturday, October 15 10.30am.
I -- : !
Mr. and Mrs.. Frank Klnes ofMlranopy
I Sunday, October 16 Instruction.. 8 a.m. were supper guests of Ij-- Vi
: Holy Communion; 9H3:.: am. Mr. and Mm. P. O Starling Sot ;

ROAST Western37C I" Church SChool classes for all unlay. '
: ages, mirmry through Junior I, Pat Wynn spent the weekend 'r" I
High: 11 a.m. !Morning Prayer with her uncle and aunt Mr. and -
and Mm. Tom Oravea of Sampson _
sermon by the Vicar; 6 p.m. I
Youth In
fellowship cooperation City.Mr.
with the and Mrs. Jennings Starling -
youth of the

BREAD (have you tried Dixie Pride?) daily Special 10cI I I terlan The Church and church institution.at Is that open church.daily Presby forpraysc ,I Horse and night Shoy children In Gainesville attended Saturday the- 4- -

AJAX CLEANSER (An outstanding bargain) 2 f for 15c Rev. CIICKCII L. S. Williams' OF. (.,OI Pastor) I -:- Mm.- --Hillurd"-- -Broughton---- ."! of

I 8th & St. Clair SU.

Sunday Sunday School Morning 10 Worship a.m. 11 a.m. Shoes Repaired

FLOUR 149 Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m

m; % Y. P. E Sesvlce Tuesday 7:30: p.m, I WIIILF.U.WAIT I

Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. i

Lima Beans, Newport Fresh Shelled, 3 Cans 39c COLONIALFLORIST PHONE 218 New Low Prices! &tti /

Half Hole I Ji/Jut

(tens) $1.50 LAlit ?
HEINZ BABY FOODS, 3 For 29c a tu ()lffJ"C .

lljlf/ Sole. ,
c $1 00 U
(Women's, ) .

SUGAR 5 lb. Fac- 29 .OF COURSE

Ladies' Lifts

tory Pack! @ SHOES SIIINKD- 25c up !I ,


Suds, VEL, Ajax Cleanser Octagon Toilet Soap, Etc., STARKESHOE ..)



This hometown boy surely appreciate! the wonderful business' you are POTTED PLANTSFLOWERS REPAIRM.

giving us more than mere words can express. We continue to Invite WIREDANYWHERE

your patronage. F. Hudson, Proprietor FLOIIll ..O11ICnT (ro nUy?

Ac.- Kt 'orni Park Theatre You CAN Mil YOUR AlL-mCJRIC: I
Joe S. Starling and the Entire Staff Nona St Stark :: ,. .
A&LMOIICL OR "" "":"PA"'I -
-- -- sa YOUR 1IIrr.;;; DIALU
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I FK1DAV. OCTOBER: 14, 1919

Oscar Carter Store No Petitions Yet necessity printed or.of the their!;ballot submitting with new the I, Killina! Of Negro Drive Under Way Appreciation Day Jullle Codell, on October 6. Mr. and Mrs J. W. Thomas of

To Reopen Today In Trustee ElectionOf petitions, The Incumbent" members i. To Obtain Winner at the Mr. 'and Mrs Rudolph Griffin I I Starke a boy Jamea Larry on I
are S, A Weldon Stake; Appreciation of Lawtey a girl on October 9. October 0.MR. .
Oscar Carter will reopen hu November 8 A, L Green, Brooker. and A H. New Band Uniforms Day drawing Wednesday afternoon .
Held JustifiableContinued .. .. _. ..
community store on the Lawtey. No from Harley Law ley. Names may be : was Thelmu Wise who helda : :. ; .' .. 'U',,'- -- '-
persons I "
State Farm road today In a recently petitions "written' In" on the ballot by Everyone Is talking about the 10 percent ticket entitling her
wishing to become candidates: in ( from food of the to $29 in trade from the '
completed new cement voters If they desire to do so. I page 1)) ( performances BUSS Treasure -
block building. I the School Trustee Election of Under the new school law the Band at the first three football Chest. The first name drawl FARMER !7 WE KILL INSECTS! BV Allt-
Mr. Carter closed his store several November" 8 had been received entire county Is now in one trustee ghl became violently 111 and began games of the season The Band was that of Mrs. Lawrence" Wig- PLANE SPRAYING .
through yesterday. at the office vomiting. The school adds and II"lnwho was not We applicate as cheaply as
years ago when the old district and the three men negro spirit gives pep to the present Next QUICKLY COMPLETELY &
building it was housed In was of Superintendent" II. P. Morgan.The to serve" on the board will be teacher brought both of the children team. week the jackpot will total $311. $I per acre (plus' cost of CHEAPLY .
outgrown and delayed reopeninguntil School Board will meet .on voted on county-at-large but to a local doctor. The lunch At the Palatka-Br dtord game toxic) and are equipped
he could complete the new! Monday Oct. 2.. to review the must come from different School dish In which the cake had been last Friday night the 40( march- Recent Births with the latest Aerial Insecticide Service to destroy
building which is 24x40 and has petitions, if any and make up Hoard residence districts. Their placed was turhed ing band members, led by the MARSHALL nARY insects in the following: crops: Peanuts, Strawberries
over to schoolofficials
adequate room for his line of the ballot chief duty Is to recommend teach. spirited Majorettes put on an Mr. and Mrs. Dwight D. Mar Pepper, Tomatoes Watermelons. Egg (Plant Peas. Pecan
groceries meats feed, and It Is customary for the names | who took it to a Gainesville Trees Potatoes
gas ers for all county schools. eight-minute show between shall of Apalachlcola announce Cucumbers, Corn, Cabbage Tobacco,
oil. of the Incumbent trustees to bee toxocologlst for analysis. It halves that the fans all
Any quu'ifted voter who pays were the birth of a daughter on Sat Squash, Celery etc.
real estate> or personal taxes may I was reported that two-tenths! ofa proud to see Under the capable I urday October 8. Mrs. Marshall
become a candidate for school gram of arsenic was found In direction" of Carl Roberts bandmaster la the former MISS Helen Row \\Ve use 2-I-1) WEED KILLER sure death

ANNOUNCINGTilE trustee b/ having a petition 'the food remaining In the dish. the band and Majorettesare land of Starke. to ground dog crickets grasshoppers, mosquitoes -
presenting hla candidacy signedby making: remarkable rapid
NEW MANAGEMENT; OF six qualified voters of the On the witness stand Tyson ad- progreiis. Recent births at Shadycresl I and other pests.
county. mitted giving the cake to hU A volunteer committee of band Hospital were:

TilE AUTO FOUNTAIN The mill Ife for the ensuing biennium nephew but denied that ho had boosters la askingfor donations Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Newmanof SEE

\v. C. RHODENMANAGER for the countywide district poisoned/ It. from Individuals and Bnnmens Starko a boy Ronald Eugene
Lacy Conway Leslie
on October 6. 0 r Libby
l will also be voted on and firms to buy uniforms for the :
& OPEKATOK determined In the Nov. 8 elec. 'Man From Colorado' Bradford County Band The Mr. and Mrs J. D. Grlffls of (Union Bus Station) (Temple Garage)
Keystone Heights a boy David
players ned them and well deserve -
The that are
tlon. mlllugos
PURE OIL PRODUCTS recommended by the School Board I Is Exciting Film them. Many have contributed Zelgler! on October 6. Phone 117 Phone 32
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Knowlesof
and which will be printed generously already, but
To Florida"The
Coming ,
District I other donations are needed to Green Cove Springs a girl.
*. Washing *" Polishing *.. Greasing ballot are all follows:
:" I make the amount enough to finish -
School Fund 6 mills;
.. Current I Man From Colorado",
Tires Tubes Batteries
buying hats and coats for the
School and Bus Reserve
i Building showing at the Florida Theatre
ALSO ACCESSORIES 3 mills. 47 who are now ready to play In
Fund Sunday and Monday, Is describedas
I the marching band. You be
Your Patronage Will lie Appreciated ',. These recommended millageswill a picture of vast sweep tremendous ought to
be printed on the ballot, but ,, power and savage ac Any Interested" person la Invited -
AUTO FOUNTAINWE ,blank spaces will be left! for voters tion. Glenn Ford and William to join the Band Boosters driving a f9A1'
I who desire a higher or lower Huldnn am starred In this roaring Club. Contributions will be re-
'milliiga. i'I talc of the brawling youngfrontier reived by Adolph Gay, George
Carl Johns, C SPartln .
The now trustees take office' pulsing to life In the
Mrs. Lex Green, Mrs. K
backwash of battle following the
the first Tuesday after the first I
Civil War. P. Stuhblns, Mrs. T. K. McClanc.
Monday In January.Dempsey ,
Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mrs. Hogan
The thundering action starts
Smith. Mrs. T. B. Harding and -
R. Sapp with a headlong rush as the terrible Mrs. L A. Canova. Checks" may

i Opens Pest Control massacre of "rebel" troopsat be made payable to the BUS _
I Jacob Gorge In the waning Band and mailed to C. S. Partin

Office In Gainesville days of the war unfolds on the at the high school.A .
list of all contributors up
CAN SELL YOU of Mr. screen.In" .
Dempsey R Sapp, son to date will be given in the next
,and Mrs K. A, Supp of Now the role of the killer, Ford Issue of the Telegraph." Come on!
New Used Cars & TrucksCHEAPER 'I' River, recently opened the FlorIda leaches the top of his career as Let's boost our band!
or Pent. Control & Chemical Co. |a dramatic actor, Holden plays amore a
''at 2100:> N. Alabama St, In.I sympathetic part while Kl-
WSCS To MeetThe
Gainesville In partnership with Inn Drew provides tho heart.,Interest.
Roy V Itolg of that city. .
WSCS of the Methodist ,
Because we are out of the high Mr Sapp graduated! from the The climatic scene wherein Church will have Its monthly
rent district and do not employ University of Florida with Bachelor Ford wets the torch to a town to business and program meeting alI
of Science Degree In Agrl- smoke nut his enemies, Is mild' to the church next Monday. October
high-priced salesmen. A lrmluct nj CniHere's' Atrs
culture In September 1014/ lie 17 at 3 o'clock.W.C.T.U..
received his Master's Degree" In be one of the most dramatically
DOWLING & WAINWRIGHT Agncultuie/ at the same !institution intense" ever" seen on the ncieen.

I on September 3, 1910. Mi- Where the Itcst Ilegi"is!
310 Temple Ave. Phone 179 Sapp majored in economic entomology Mrs. Joyce RiherdIs .

1 Starke, Florida tural und minored. In Agricul- New Field Nurse October From the 11, Florida 1940 TimeH-lTnlon MiHtt |1..1.1..1| | (look no further&aflrr. they've. hail a {good' look at a 191'' )
englneeiing.While i know that the bat '
I I'ontiuc-they begin here! I
at the University he .was!, With Health Unit "At the end of jesterday's session I ,
the Clommlsnlon"" voted, on Here m the heat in Iwauly-with a "Silver Streak". personality all iu
active In tho following organizations 6wn. Here in r
the fait in
perhrrmanre-thanka to Pontiac
'-'-- Mrs Joyce Riherd RN, of Lake motion of Ernest lluvelden. to request greatengines
: Member Newell Entomological Butler previously employed as the Ministerial Alliance to straight. eight[: or ei. Here n the tint !in comfort, luxurioiuIrlail gl? y
NOTICECold Society and president of Public Health Nurse In Union have one of tin", members present and" appointment M
r--- this Society during the year 1948- I County began" her duties as field at all our regular. business. meetIng And here in. the heat in real eronotny Henmlitn price to .begin with
40; member" of Alpha Zeta hon, nurse In Bradford County October and trials of city employees. and. the funioim, I'ontiae record. of rolling out nulm and' mile and' r
miles with ;, .
only routine servicing.The
orary agricultural fraternity; 10. Mrs Riherd will fill a for he purpose of pronouncing
Weather Is Coming member Agricultural College I vacancy resulting; from a leave an In\o<'l1t1on.:" Got. begin right in our itliowrooni-eome in and nee!
Council; member Florida College I of absence granted Mm Letitia A step in the right dlmtlon."
Board. He held the position Preston. We commend the Jat'k..on\'llIp
YOUR ORDERS of Operation. Supervisor of Mrs. Preston who has been City C'ommlsHlim. '. .. .... ..
I. nine rid.. in ....,.. .
l Posts-hen'
I a 01
the University of Florida's Pest I with the Bradford County Health km.).end .ka-...,,. ,h...-........>.<.fnr.... nun. .
..... .., ..... .
NOWKEROSENE Control Division for two and a Department for the past two M fr. will fe MMfMHh enmfurt l>l0. .

H half years. years" In recognition of her splendid
Mr. Sapp is a graduate of BHS work has been given a scholarship r G. McGRIFF MOTORSTemple
and has many friends here who by the State Board of
will wish him well in his new Health which will enable her to IT'SKICKOFF Ave. & Pratt St. Starke, Florida
& FUEL OIL business. study for her post-graduate degree -
In Public Health Nursing, TIME "
aaT sT la s lBll i aB s a.T
at the University" of North Carolina.
Ralph E: Toomey Mrs. Preston will return to I II ...IT'S

AVOIDThe j Dies At Home Here Bradford County upon completion Hold Your Xmas !
I of her work In June of 1950;: *' -a-1ifP
Ralph E. Toomey. 63, retired
Last Minute Rush ( railroad engineer died Monday

Oct. 3, at his home near Starke Enfer
We Guarantee Quick Delivery! And following! a heart attack. Til! Oct. 21 "'
Will lave Ample Stock For All Mr. Toomey had 41. years of roes T'w Buying

Customers This Winter service with the Chicago and .
Northwestern Railroad and mov ooooo

I ed California here several" with his years wife ago from and CAR-JArCTV CONTEST I I I Ijr And See Koch's :

K.G.DUNCANSTANDARD 'daughter Ruth Marie, both of and g.5 this sIlr.dIvSr.1 :

I whom survive him. He is also tt.r Inrrslt.d IIIII .. ss rw t--
,survived by a other, Lee Too
OIL PRODUCTSPhone mey, of Chicago.

85. ; or. 53: Starke, Fla. (I''Dp Witt Funeral C. Jones services Chapel were Wednesday held tit Time for Big Surprise :

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---. ---- afternoon, Ort oJ, at 4 pm, EXTRA COMFORT

with Rev. A. O. Clark Methodist Save Time, Work, EXTRA SCENIC BEAUTY
: T'T'I Pastor of Jacksonville, officiat- EXTRA CONVENIENCE: Big I

I I ing.The and Money! Merchandise
body was shipped Wednesday 4 GREYHOUNDThe Town"Elmer
afternoon to Chicago for
Founds" Of Your
''bu'lnl. big gamer arc coming up
t 1 I. A "I IKS' 9 Laundry Done In -and you wont to be there I .
Scout Council MeetsA Sure you tlo-and you run aoeiimly At Lowest Prices
I Only. and economically via
regular,( meeting of the North GREYHOUND. Full park .
NYLONOSE plenty of outdoor llirillt.
Floi'Id:i Council Hoy Scouts of Minute It Is hunting,fishing,Inking.Don't
morion. wa held Monday nightIn deny ''o..u..lllhe..plenturen
I the Dixie Motor Coin Res 40 Washed Spotlessly Dun)trip! Greyhound give Will Be Displayed

taurant. Council Chairman Lee t"lean-Ueady you ..Illh. EXTRAS-ami... I''
i Montague of Gainesville presided
over the meeting which was Un

I voted to business matters About I MIAMI . 6.55 I
14 Council leadi-ra attended the Cents: Is All It New York 17.60LAKELANIi At Koch's Oct. 21

!I"' .\ LL. SiAUIS[ I I: lIelllll Costs!
Try Our
I is <;iUAiF.; CHICAGO; . 17.95 .

MARCIA JUNIOR Service Soon! ORLANDO 2.63 ,

iI % flca I II I BY LADY FAIR Hot Federal/TarnGRIYHOUNO

BEAUTY SHOP The Washeteria\ TonipNAve.. Starke BUS STATION Ph. 147J The Elf" Invites i

,'! F 5oaIi 325 TVinpIo Avenue GREYHOUNDHANDY All America TO Toy town :


"W 41 r I .A DOZEN USES I ,

1 eI' ; for your CUB-22 mower' TRADE at HOME with j I


i I e You'll fail the Farmall Cub-:77 mower :
,+N .1 handy and...rul.1I urom.f long,alt : JACKSONVILLE PRICES
1 r.a around your' I.'.... Jt'.easy to handle
ia.....irregular plots or doss cor.
rot MOWING n.u.'IOCUcJO..10 trees orfanci I
IRREGULAR I I ....- a wed r.tw *. SiJmount,you a*. where
i r o r-ow.. 0 _..... ( bar
mowing. 4Vi-oot cutter
1 noHCw : Na"a.h.w.ya : ::.::da 1 nis.dandiow.r.dbrFamaa7oach-. Line Horsman :
t t 0 _nvn r_IIry= Control(or hand. control))...cuts 1H .Complete DollsI
l hour. ArtiUbla Corn.I .
o 1M *-._y acre an sew
"H* iat beth felts stash M u*> IMMm I I la and led talk it one.L I

Robbins'"TilE nit* b pasitivarf IM mmU"

I LADY:;NPO.f'fL FAIR, FEAUTY"" ;1""'SHOP:< l i I Farm, Home & Auto SupplyGUY KOCH'S DRUG STORE : :


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