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 28, 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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Formation Of Conservation District BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH

Gets 'Go-Ahead' Signal At Hearing .

Official County Publication Established In 1879'ULtiMII
Unanimous approval of the -

Crlstrlct formation In of Bradford a Soil Conservation County was Dr. J. W. Kaufman : SEVKNTY-ONK, Os, .jKE. FLORiS1. FKI1IAV. OCTOBER 28. 1&19' ._, NcMBFJi: ': FIFTEEN
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voiced by' snme 6f/> farmers from Addresses Rotary

all part of the county at a meetIng '
held'In .,the 'courthouse here Dr. J. W., kaufmon, pastor of A & B Squads
Monday night at 8 o'clock the Starke Presbyterian Church. Tornado Victory Over Alachua
was guest' speaker at the Rotary
Result of the hearing< which
wan. called for the purpose of do- Club Wednesday In observance of Have Home Games"
Youth Week. I
the deatrabillty and
necessity of creating ai, soil conservation The,, speaker praised the high I "
ideals of Rotary and the Important Climaxes Colorful
will be reported district to In tile this State.county Soil part It has taken In'sponsor-: This WeekendWith Homecoming ;

Conservation Comml slon. The 'ng youth :work locally as well as ,
.hroughout the nation.
Commission will then call an elec. two home football game \
Dr, Kaufman was Introducedby
tion to be held In the county at this weekend, Tornado
on tap
Ron. G.. Davis who had charge
dome future date and a majority fans will have an opportunity tc 1500 Fans See
:3f the program for the day. 1
vote In favor will mean the creating
see both the A and B Squads i Inaction
President G., S. Newcomb welcomed -
of a district here. four new members, Nor- at Bradford Park. '

Monday's meeting here was at. bert Szymccak( P. E. Adelhelmer -! Tonight (Friday) at 8 o'clockthe : BHS Defeat h'

tended by H. S. McLendon. Extension James 'A Lewis, and Jim Tornado A Squad :will meet k< v

Soil Conservationist of Cooper, Into' the club at this the conference-leading Newberry l tk. x'

Gainesville: Colin D. Gun. State meeting eleven; The visitors have war i :'. o & :. Indians 13-0
Conservationist, Gainesville; and I alt four of the conference gamea. ....:. .

Van Arsdall. District Conservationist. they have played this season and 1 ., ;

Lake City. These speakers P-TA Hallowe'enCarnival by Impressive scores defeating ; r M By Edward Massey"

together with County AgentT. Iwilliaton fil-O LAke, Butler 28-8,.
K. McCIane explained various I I Trenton 19-6, and High Spring With three wine and one loss

phases of the program and whatIt 206. t. ... to. their credit the Bradford Tor.

will mean to Bradford County. MondayThe Glenn Conner who returned .. nadoes scored a 13-0 victory over
The meeting was presided over \\\
from an FFA convention at Kansas Alachua lust Friday night beforea
chairman of
by Ceo. B. Flynn
with touch of flu was
annual Hallowe'en Carnival City n Homecoming crowd of moro t

the local organization committeeIt sponsored by the .Starke out of the lineup lust Friday but k t than 1.500 fans who filled the tg
that the farm
was explained
Parent-Teacher Association will la expected to be back doing
plans drawn up under the Soil, be held Monday October 31, at business at his old stand tonight. I new concrete Memorial Stadium.

Conservation Program enable the the USO building from 2:00: until Raves who has been on the In- Bradford won the toss to receive I

Individual farmer to use his land 10:00: p.m. jured list for several weeks, will .. '' the kickoff. Jack Hazen j
to the best advantage and to There will be no parade this see little action and Carl Carter ":.. """ ". .;:. Starke quarterback got the ball

grow crops soil.best It was suited stressed to his that particular -,I year but all who desire to do so'young will also be among the miss- ". """">,'"'. .I;"" ," '"'''""' '\\:',. .,.. ..........."""ii' and started down the field onlyto
and old are invitedto ing because .of Injury.Tonlghts .
the technician employed In this In run Into the Alachua line
come costume. encounter will be the j
district assists the farmer In Handmade gifts will be offered last appearance of the A Squadon u r which resembled a man mountain. ,

working out the plans but It is' for sale for the benefit of those the home field this season. Thlast Two plays were. tried, but "
up to the Individual farmer to who :wish to do their Christmas four on the schedule .. >
games brought no gain. A pass play
put the plans Into effect. I shopping early. The handwork will be played out of town as follows -oJ" 't" ,
&. \ was tried only to be executed In
There are now some 44 sol) booth will be In charge of Mrs. : Nov. 11, Lake Butler there; ':: i d ,
conservation districts operatingIn W. J. "' the end.. Clayton Strickland
Epperson Jr. Nov. 18. Lake City, there; Nov. : .
47 of Florida's 67 counties.'I A of halfback booted the ball for a
supper consisting 23, Green Cove Springs, ..there; .
Clay County Is one of the latest hush puppies, cole slaw and baked Dec. 2, Alachua, there. \ 52: yard gain which ended deepIn l

to set up a district. I I beans will be served starting B quad Game ;J- ", rs a Alachua territory. The Indiana -

Legal notices will be published at 5:30: p.m. by Mrs T. H. Slade, The Tornado B Squad will meet :t were held back with only a ;

concerning the, election when the chairman, and her committee. the Crescent City A Squad at fIiIIttI' (, ) ed few as yards Carl gain.Johns The, line-smashing stands roar- .. .
I(I Chairmen of other activities '
date has been set and polling and sales Bradford Park Saturday night '>"" fullback tunneled through the '
are: Candy. Mrs. K. '
places will be arranged In various, October 29 at 8 o'clock. .. human of breakout
10. Duncan; Hot Dogs. Mrs. F. ..1.I r mass players to
localities throughout the county I Thursday of last week the B 'A' and 3 to the
Shaw; Hamburgers, Mrs. M. F. J-] 't.' ', '" ran yards gain '
.1 I Brown; Balloons Mrs. J. D. Seymour Squad journeyed to St. Augustineand I .. ... N.. first score of the ball game. \\{

; Soft Drinks Junior Woman's lost to their B Squad by a t ; at Q; .. .. 0., Jack VV..lnwriltht'a try for extra
Pecan Auctions score of 320. St. Augustine's point was deflected by the up-
Club Ice "'
; Cream Mrs Lex "
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clicking' passing attack was the ., 1 to; : right the and
i I on goal post was
I Green; Fortune Telling Mrs. J. t I'lf 1 ).. ",
factor in the .I! i .
deciding game. no goiHl.With 1.
W. Welsh; Freak Show. Mrs. W.' .. ot l '
I The probable starting line-up little time left In the
Begin TuesdayThe B.. Sewell and Mrs. M. W. Crcss- "
of the B will be as follows: + w s: '., .., the ball
Squad quarter back
ler; Fish Pond Mrs. T. F LImi ( k14W n __ was played ,
i drum and Mrs. E. Lawson; House Leslie Sapp O: Ronald Andrews, .. it "I: i 1 and forth with not much gain for .j"l,:

first pecan auction of the of Horror B&PW Club. '1 G; Wallace Whiting T; Billy a \ '1'1., either team. The second quarter

season will be held at 'the Starke I The' Freak Show will be Booth, T; Leslie Phillips, F.; Wi I h .( \ beganwlth Alachua In possessionof .'
. State Farmers' Market on Tuesday In the Armory. hel'JI ley Coley, E;; Bobby Wasdin C; \ \ ... > ," !! the ball. The ball was center G"

; November 1. All growers I A short entertainment will 'be:I Bunt Crews, QB; Mark RaulorHon. ,I 'J\. it" .:'F.. ed,. only tl'. be fumbled and the j

are advised to have their pecanson presented at 7:13: p.m. under the I FB; Joe Frith, RIIB; Bobby "." !. qulvk-thlnking BUS end, Sammy ,tj,'

the platform not later than direction of Mrs.. L. A.. Canova. I iDyal, LHB. ,. ';, 'iI ,'. 'David recovered the ball, giving "' v
1:30: p,m. on the day"of;the.-s.il.., ; Beta, Sigma Phi WIIT have1 a r t' :<. .11I' .. Bradford another chance and a
and they may be brought in the r Fire 1 .. .. touchdown. Jim Godwin, Bradford '
food sale on Saturday October Alarms Come i ',,!, ."...'. ., r:
afternoon before the sale If dOl- J :. end, 19
29 in front of Canova's for the .1 I. ran yards with a

sired. benefit of the PTA. ',' Close Together F ; o f 1'' 't 'e'T ..'. .,. \ ;_, pass play Suspense was In the

Growers who still need straw B. T, Thomas In furnishing the air as fans wondered what the
berry plants may make arrange :lumber for booths which will be Two fire alarms within the ?T: &ilH clever quarterback would think
ments for buying them throughthe : ,constructed by the Lion. Club space of an hour were sounded. I of next to ward off the fast at- f

market at $".50 per thousand !and other organizations cooperating. last Saturday afternoon.' tack of the Indian line. The ball .f r

plus freight. The first call was about 3:30: 1 II IIHJHSrOTS! OF IIKADPOKn III'M IIOMtX'OMINa: : ( lat Friday night are. plrtun-d In above photograph -- napped. Godwin was In the open. r'

from Alvarez Service Station *. At top left Marvin War...-.., Tornado halfback !I. .h.", II writing a 2.1: yard scoring pass from McClane Elected and the ball was thrown to him.
where gasoline spilled during the making two complete In
'Jau-k Hawii In the> second quarter, M Alarhua Imllaim close In on him I nun two dl"'tlolIt' top '
of tank filling was Ignited two pliiyii. This gained 23:
Head Of Extension
School Plant Students And Faculty presumably from a spark right Mayor J. K. Walnwrlfht Is seen crowning Ml.it Manes DmM who wax cli'clurvd' Football Quern yards.As.

during the process of vulcanizing.'I Iin festivities at the UHO! following the ........ Lower photograph .nh>".e .a, pwkml, wrtlon of the new Workers Association the ball waa centered In .

Damage was estimated at around l,704t-ii Memorial Stadium which wan. dmllrutcd by Male, Mupcrlntfmlpnt of Public In.tr.tl..nrho.. .. the next play', anything could! :

Commended In Evaluation Report, $150. I i I I). Bally sut a mrmorlal to Bradford County's war ""lId. In right f..rrnr..inil Dlrwtor Carl KobrrU. In Bradford' County Agent T. K happen hucauae the Tornadoeswere

The second call came about G i seen leading the new BUS!I Hand. I'liiitim by Tony Nl-v.-n". McClane gained signal honor for getting. close to that goal'

A joint 'meeting of parents, I o'clock and was occasioned by a himself and for Bradford County again. Suddenly the ball snapped -

teachers, and the general public I I Safety Patrol be organized to rubbish pile catching on fire at IndifferentTo list week when ho was elected the line rushed and Hazen

!gathered In the BHS auditorium work In cooperation with city po- the rear of the Green Buick Co., Four In Contest Women Armistice Day State President of the Agricultural stepped back and passed the ball i '
Tuesday night to hear a preliminary lice In regulating traffic in the endangering''' the building. Jury Service Extension Workers Association toward the goal where halfback f!'
report of an Evaluation Com- school zone. It was also advised No alarm was sounded but the' Warren was waiting to nestle. the
mittee that had Just completed that careful consideration bo Fire Department was called out PostFour Apparently the women folks Planned of Florida. by his. fallow pigskin In his arms. The pass

an intensive two-day survey of given to the present plan to Tuesday and again Wednesday For Trustee are In no hurry to make themselves Program workers. This group Includes all netted a gain of 23 yards, making -

the local school plant course of move the Industrial arts work- to extinguish a burning pile of eligible for Jury duty of the County Agents and Home the second score. Wainwright

study, and personnel. shop into the wing of the main sawdust at the rear of the Hart. candidates for School Clerk of the Court A. J. Thomas' Tentative plans. for an Armistice -, Demonstration Agents In Floridaas kicked a perfect extra point mak

Although the report seemed school building that will soon be mann Manufacturing Co., on announced last week that his of. Day program to be stagedIn ing the score 130.
well the Extension Staff
generally favorable the final outcome vacated by the cafeteria. The Temple Avenue. Trustee of Bradford County were tics was ready to register eligible the new Memorial Stadium at I as The Tornado kicked the ball

will not be known until the shop Is unavoidably noisy It certified for the ballot at the women for Jury service, but so Bradford Park on Friday, November 'I members located In the two state to Aluchtm where It was covered

annual meeting of the Southern was pointed out. and once established Slade Gas Offering School Board's meeting here Mon. far has not had a single appli 11, were announced yeiter-I offices In Gainesville and Tanahansee. by one of Bradford's own players.

Association of Colleges and Secondary In the main building. It 1.1 day. cation.In day by W. M. Scruggs Jr., chair The bull was recovered by Lewis

Schools In Houston,. Texasin likely that It will remain there Free Television Set I I Those whose name. will be order to qualify, a womnr I man of arrangements.The !I I Mr. McCIane has been a member .Pearson then sacrificed with IS
November. At that time it will for many years, and might 21 and 2.1-yard: punt. The quarter end
prove The Slade Gas Company will printed on the ballot are: L. F. must be over the age of program will be! sponsored of the Agricultural Extension
be decided whether or not BHS disconcerting to students and be open today In Its new loca- (Monk) Dlnklns, Starke; A, J.. must have resided In the state, by the school In cooperation with I Service of Florida for 15 yearn ed with Bradford In possession of

will be admitted to the Southern teachers In nearby classrooms. I tion next to Leila's Dress Shoppe I Green Brooker H.. C. Harley andO. for one year and In the county' the American Legion and arrangements all of which has been ss county: the ball.

Association, a goal that the reach.If' local. The committee also "questioned on East Call St. J. Phillips. Lawtey. Mr. for six months She must also are being mad. for, agent In Bradford County exceptfor The third quarter started with

school has been striving to the wisdom" of selling soft Manager T. H. Slade announce I Green and Mr. Harley are Incum- be without criminal record. I all school children In the county, one year as Slate Extension Jack Wainwright administering

accredited with the Association drinks,, In the school store during that all persons coming to the bents. The 1919 Legislature passnil to attend, Mr. Hrruggi snld. Conservationist In Gainesville. and' the boot at the kickoff. The ball
graduates of BHS will find 'the lunch period when more nourishing December It possible for lens than a year as A.lIlsta"t' was downed with little gam.
without store between now and The. three trustees are elected the law making Rev W. R. Faust pastor
their credlta In accepted or university foods are being served In, 15 will be! entitled to register for'.by vote of the county at large women to serve on all Juries except the Orals Baptist Church and County Agent In Santa ftuna Pearson ran 8 yards after receivIng '

question any college the cafeteria. However. V. R. a television set :which will be give -' but must be residents of differ those in condemnation suits, State Chaplain of the American, County. Milton Florida. a JlO s. The same play was
In the country. At the present Ferguson of the faculty, explained SOO menfolkssummoned who he will be the Serving the Association with repeated, netting 5 more yards.
time Bradford ,Is state I en away free If many as ent School Board districts. Unlike the may Legion, principal
that milk and! fruit Juices are people register. If less than 50Oregister eligible to without any expressionof speaker of the occasion Therewill I I Mr. McClane during the corning The pass, a freaky one was Intended -
accredited only. also on sale In the store and that,I he will give away an I Only taxpayers are election, willingness on their parts I be a parade on the football year will be Mrs. Ruth M. Cklns, for Red but was" deflected
.The committee repo>Tuesday: i vote In the over to Pearson. Bradford
carbonated drinks are not offeredto apartment size range Mr. Slade women must express their desire field led by the BHS Band, with Perry, Vlce-Preiildent. ran
night emphasized the fact that I students until after they have I I I which will be held on Tuesday beforethey I the bull for four downs and
to be placed on the list units of other local organizations
the BHS plant Is changing rapidly I Nov. 8.Appreciation. '
said.All Strickland 1
been to the punted making a gain
I persons are urged to come will be considered for ser taking part. Presbyterian Church ,
with several new buildingsnow of 35 yards. Alachua did the \'
The cafeteria was praised for,, to the store and register so that vice. Mr. stated that the
being added, new courses be- Scruggs
ing adopted etc. r the quality and variety of I Its:: the television. set may be given I DayI public ,Is Invited to attend this | Morning tfornhlp 11:00: o'clock. same yard., only the 4th Pearson down.punted 28

food. (away. It costs nothing to regis which will be ,, Sermon topic: 'The Lost Chord''. on Bradford
student I I Deeds Recorded program presented
The body ;.was praisedfor I The biggest "take" to date, got the ball and sacrificed by
Committee members reportedthat ter. from 10:1.1 to 12 Armistice Music\. has. .strange properties. It
behaviourand I : noon on -
Its general good I I ,was the good fortune of Wallace i' punting for 25: yards The quarter *
"drive from the
the deeds recently may away
spirit of cooperation with In their talks with students I | Among rp.j Day.Washing ended with a mull around for
Hear Thlgpen of Starke wT.one name' house the dust of everyday life." Rightly
Detective court
teachers. The committee members -I here this week they .were generally I Lions corded In the the ball.
also stated that they were was called "first shot out of the,I Frances McIntyre Wilkinson of MachineTo lived life may be like a grand
impressed by the courteous attitude enthusiastic and appreciative -I, Describe MethodsMembers !I box" at the Appreciation Day Bradford County to George P. .symphony. Visitors welcome at The last quarter began with

of the students in the classroom I of the new facilities that are i drawing here Wednesday after Milner of Bradford County. Tractof Be Given AwayAn all services. the Indians In possession of the

and on the campus. I being offered them such as band I of the Lions Club noon. Mr. Thlgpen held a 50 land In SK: I." of the SE 1-4. Sunday School 0:45: a m. Clashes pigskin; not much yardage, so
meeting Wednesday night at the. him to K-Z machine will' Pearson punted for a 22 yard
percent ticket, entitling washing
29 8 S, R. 22 E. ; offer
The faculty likewise came In library,- athletic field etc. i of Sec Twp for each age group an
Pelican Club heard Detective trade at local be as the Jackpot gaIn.: Bradford had the ball. for
$157 In given away
"How-I coupons I Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford of for
for its share of praise, and the opportunity a carefully plan-
II will not be John J. Baldwin of Yonkers N. '
ever three downs
you stores. It was the largest amount Mae prize at St. Edward's Recreation to punt on the fourth
committee said that teachers i Bradford County to Clara ned study of the Bible. The
were generally doing a'good job,I learn that. they still want some "Y. police department discuss,' drawn out of the treasure i I Knight of Bradford County NW Club this Saturday night. I' Adult Class for men and women for a 23 yard gain by Strickland.
thing.. the report continued. Prevention of Crime throultl.Flnl'erprlntlng" : cheat since the Appreciation Day,'' 22 E. Winner. (last Saturday night Alachua got the bull and also of"
29 6 R with
although crowded by a "tight" 5- I,' 1-" of See Twp. 9. furnish a fine fellowship a
period schedule. Faculty memo Chief among these "wants" were started here several months aI''''. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas of were Roy V. Turner jackpot large group of fine folk. The attendance sacrificed for a punting gain of
listed seats for auditorium Detective Baldwin gave an interesting I ladles' Alice 38 yard. Excitement reached
new the Joule H. prize of luggage; St. half a
bers were commended for their Bradford County to Is reaching the
and Improved' drainageat demonstration of some i John, car wash from Service Cen- peak as Alachua had the ball and
Food Sale NW 1-1 of
of courses to fit the Benefit Smith of Hawthorne. hundred mark as the membership
planning' of the methods used In this phaseof i Irannen for
the bus loading zone. ter; Bertha Pearce 5 gallons of Bradford recoveredby
7 R.
needs of studenta here althoughIt SE 1of 8cc. 24. Twp. 8, contest continues to attract new
I I crime detection work. will hold u gas from Temple It Lake; MrsL. I Interception and ran four
has not yet been possible to At mention of the seats an appreciative Beta Sigma Phi 20 people.
I murmur of laughter food sale Saturday morning on E.Mr.. nad Mrs. J. H. Sowell of O. Hszen hose from Barks- yards. Warren kicked a punt for
all plans Into effect at the The Friendship Class will hold
put time. went up from the audience who Ann's Bakery Moves the corner of Canova's pharmacy. Brooker to Vivian Parker of dale's; Jesse J. Ricks, turklsh :It. monthly meeting at the homeof 31 yards. as the game ended with
present had aat.. atlJJ.. Homemade cakes, candles\ towels; Ernest Hamilton ticketsto Alachua In possession of the ball.
It was recommended that students possible To New LocationAnn's pies Brooker. Block 23 In the town of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stump,
be encouraged to develop through the reports in order to and cookies will be on sale. This Brooker In Sec. 8, Twp. 7 8. R. Florida Theatre; E. J. Dowl- ,Walnut Street at Seventh tonight The Bradford backfield should
keep the seats from sale will be the Beta Sigma PhYs 'Ing, basket of groceries from the be commended for their wonderful -
squeaking.The 20 E.Mr..
their powers of concentration to Bakery moved Monday I I (Friday) at 7:00: o'clock.
ancient seats are noted for contribution to the PTA 'Hal and Mrs. Crady B. Bishopof club skill in producing the right
form their own opinions on issues ,night from its location on West i Junior Fellowship at 6:00: o' 1
play at the right time.
their nolsUiess. lowe'en Carnival and all proceed Starke to Mr. and Mrs. Carl-
and to develop new and Call to Its new home on East Call 'clock Sunday evening. Members,
better ways of doing things. I The 14-man Evaluation Committee ,adjoining< the Three Friends Bar will go to the PTA. .ton Chastaln of Hampton. Lot 1 Majorette Claues from both churches, St. Mark's StatisticsBILS ALA.

The BHS library was praisedfor was beaded by Dr. Hazen ber Shop. The proprietor. Mrs.Ann i and 2 In the Livingston Truby and First Presbyterian.will ,
Its attractive quarters and Nutter director of the curriculum I Gross, states that she will Building Permit :and Company' Addition to StarkeIn Classes for young majorettesare conclude this week's meeting First downs 13 7
Sec. 28. II 8, R. 22 E. being held every Tuesday and Passes completed 3 4
Ita well-organized collection of laboratory at the University continue catering to the young I Twp. 'with a wiener roalt.COD6regational .
good books. i of Florida. The members of the people and expressed her appreciation Among the building permits Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch of Thursday afternoons Immediatelyfollowing Punting yardage

Finances of the varied school committee were thanked by C. 8.Partin to her many young friends I recently Issued in the City of Bradford County to Mr. and Mrs. school In the USO meeting Sun- Averaged 33 2S
activities were described as being I principal of BHS. for donating who "pitched In" and helped her Starke was: Remolding, Dixie J. C. Cox of Stark. Lots 4 and building with Miss. Sharon Hall day morning, November 3, at the Penalties, yds. 15 70

"In perfect order". I the necessary time for In the big< moving. job Monday Motor Court and Restaurant R ,5 of block 23 of the Templeton All those Interested are urged to close of morning worship Touchdowns t 0

It was, recommended that a i making the survey.' night. ]I W. Metzger. 15,000 I Addition to Starke. ,come and bring a baton. -John Warren Kaufman. Pastor. Extra points 1 4

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of fellowship Nov 6 Dinner
l !*""" I Mr, and Mrs. day
I visited
and soon great flocks will head will brown and not get grease Tornadoes I Miss Debby Phillips. Of course Gainesville' on the grounds and a song tfM'

Bradford County Telegraph south. Another winter will soon I Honked Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wattersonand i they will accept donations from SM. Mott Monday. Baptist Bible In the afternoon at the Bjptist

be upon us. A farmer over by, DANDY QUICK CINNAMON Mr. and Mrs. Archie G. El- If you want to see a Rev Jerry Brown. de. Church.
ESTABLISHED 1S7P E. L MATTHEWS. OWNKR-EDiTCm: Martlnsburg passed away last ROLLS! 2 cups luke warm milk. land spent several days last anyone.new church building at Long Institute student Lakeland Remember the big Hallow,, '.t,.

night He was only 65. We will Be sure to heat the milk 2 eggs, week in HomasanHa, where the I Branch can help to put It livered a find message Sunday. Carnival to be held here this Sat
Published. Every: Friday and Entered mm Second lot of In 1-3 sugar, 2 teaspoons nit, at the Baptist Church.Lt't'a
be having a company cup Eilands are building a cottage.Mrs. there donating to this cause.i night, and
by afternoon night
Matter sit the Pont Office at Stark, Fla.MEMBER to 4 cakes dissolved a full urday !
I like
CtaM the next two days. yeast In the all plan to enjoy
Jean Drapeau and children Your name and the amount you
meet new people and strange how milk, 7 cups sifted flour, 4 table-: spent Saturday In Gaines- donate will be recorded and If thU I, A4..rt/"..... -
<3> 1949 I like every one of them so much.I iipoonse melted butter. Mix in ville. church Is not built for any cause I -
My heart out to all these order as listed knead, and let
] Miss Shirley Dennison was a at all. your money .will be refunded
baorlptlon '3M Annually 11.50 For 81z Month dear people and it makes me,; rise 30 minutes, keeping It warm. Thursday overnight guest of MIHII to you. You see, you can't From where I sit...6y Joe Marsh,
Then roll out on a floured board,
think of this poem:
Muriel Hitch in Starke. lose the money and It will not
I am glad to thinkI spread with .butter, brown sugar r -
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Elland used for anything except the pur-
bound to make the and cinnamon. Roll and slice
am not up
of Keystone Heights were Sun- pose It was donated for. If you : Sitting
world right; across about 1 1-2 Inches thick. Now They're
day guests of Mr, and Mrs. Fred cannot contact either of these
But only to discover and do Lay cut Hide down in a well greased '
three, mall donation
Eiland and family. you may your
work to rise. Let rise till I
With cheerful heart the pan light
Mr, and Mrs. L. J. Wynn and to Sidney Harris or Debby .
and bake.
that God appoints. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson Phillips at Maxvllle, or Lee Greenat
So each day I grow stronger In the winter we eat rolls. Theyare
attended church at Hellbronn last Highland, or any of us will
best I can good when baked at home. that pole to the
and happier doing the 811 donated woodperk-
Sunday night. ace that they get the money. So Miller\ who's working
nnd bravely with the Bo sure to use four cakes of soft and act a brand-new one Cur
carrying/ ere up
fir Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain send it to anyone of the church lineman.was ttllinn me
8 yjjura gamesMo that God appoints. yeast.A a telephone 1fight I
work and Mrs T. C. Chastaln attendedthe members, tell what the money Is bird that got Into a their own use
POMCA, NEBR?==- I am making over the casket friend sent me flour. seed! Gator Growl In Gainesville for, and rest assured It will be about with some his company. From where I sit,we'd all be better .
and block Another
a quilt pattern.
H her In I meditate. on the good reason why, room curtains. As they are such last week. used as you request. Even If Long off if we were as tolerant with
thing In Ufe these golden Autumn He thought awhile, then boasted good material, and I know will antique sent of 1917 me a War pillow I am top,well an Mrs. H. B. Wiggins, Mrs. Branch Is away back In the woods Seems a couple of woodpeckers telephone our own kind as that telephone

Dare and enjoy the poem he could turn last for years, I am making a remembered. Don has George Williams and Howell. were we have congregation too large set up housekeeping in a outfit was with the woodpecker.
below Autumn Spell.' More sornmersaults than anyone. narrow crochet edging for each which Is a the 20thI shopping In Jacksonville Tues for the building; and besides the pole. Nobody minded them living Let's consider the other fellow's
S She wondered If his teacher understood ,side of the curtain and will part, house we now use Is getting '.">o there but they kept pecking the
They sent word home he ;wouldn' them to let in light. I can have like birthdays. Life grows happier old for safety. Who will help this Irea-cau.ing one short circuit point of view-whether it's hi*
'even try some ferns and plants In the win I as we get older. I am so project? after another. right to live where he wants, or to
That he was Inattentive, slow to This loveable and stubborn dows down there that do not happy and thankful these days day.LONG I enjoy a friendly glass of tamper
learn. youngest son. demand much sunlight. I just' I get out the rose petals I saved BRANCHBy II I Finally, the telephone people- ate beer or ale when and if ha
She knew that he could learn If like that and from\ the bouquet of roses that who had nothing persons! gainst
And when hla mother asked the love to do things
he but would; am never happier than when make I'my son and wife sent me when I Mrs. J. L. Strickland BROOKERBy the birds-just stopped up the hole .II

He wondered what had moved In things more cheerful and was in the hospital. They are where they ll..ed. But they kept 80e1"
Your Feet Know The that tall tree. lovely.ing (I getting brown and stilt\ 110 fragrant THE SICK I vat Mae Lewis coming back. At list the company
I I wish I had enough to Mrs. Jack Wllkerson has been
If those were ducks or geese that Last Sunday we laid our cares ,
Difference I make some beads/ very 111 for a few days. Arthur Morris Kelly of Jacksonville
he went visiting. We 1919 United State Brewer FDOZ3 &
saw and ,
pass aside, Copyright
Digger Is In the back yard In Wllkerson Is able to go around visited here last weekend.Mr. .
If bats had legs; he leaped In to Coleridge to visit Don'
I the sunshine. Willie bird Is ringIng again but says that broken ribsaren't and Mrs. Oscar Brown of ...
sudden glee brother and wife. I always have _o-----------
Life Is .
so sweetly. so good.I very pleasant. Sidney Putnam Hall spent Sunday night
,. raced the leaf- there. He is a
And across sunny time ,
such good
a stjll like to of with Mrs L. Green. .
get up a morn- Harris Is back home from the Mary '
strewn grass. funeral director too and his wife Ing. This morning before seven Shadycreet Hospital where thefrrtor I Mr. and Mrs. O.W. Barry visited \
how he tried hU Don. I do
No matter I
helps him as help I was awake. I Just giggled tomyself. -onounced his trouble as the H.L. Harrells of Santa Fo
thoughts would stray love both of them and I alwayscome I Digger heard me and appendicitis. Sunday.Mr. .
all out doors was calling give
with things they
When home
came over to the bed. He sleeps and Mrs. R. K. Dukes of
him away. me This time a lovely fern and I In a cozy bed behind our bedroom CHURCH NEWS Pukes visited the Roy Greens
.Mary V. Farnum.We an old-fashioned mustache cup( I Wonderful services were enjoyed -
I door. He has another bed In the I Sunday.
When You Bring Your and saucer Such little things "t Long Branch Church last
I have had some rain but today ,dining room by the radiator. He Mrs Lloyd Barry and children
Shoe Repair Work To Is a golden Autumn day. The to be happy over, but althoughthe lies there In the day time. He Is Sunday and the right hand of fel I\>'ei shopping In Galnesvllll

BIGGS & BAKEREvery kind that makes boys in school day was dark and we started so cute, just a big lot of long red-110. it..u was extended to three Thursday.
I like the above dream and out about ten o'clock. I en- tan hair, a snub nose and full of members: the Rev. Waller Mrs I Fred Andrews of Lake Butler
Job large or small givenour poem
of red
the spots every Jennie and Leila Mae
Joyed I Manning
to be free to learn from life. Dogs are fun. If you get visited Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Lewis
best workmanship with the long where the sumac Is, It seems as Carter. I
nature. This morning I saw a lonely and your children are and family Wednesday night. i
best materials. if it Is setting fire to the hill and by all means get There was a large congregationat Claude visited relativesIn
flock of wild going south grown gone Crosby
geese where It I' I church at the Mission Station HOME SAY 'WELCOMi?
It Is getting gold at night here grows. a pup and rear a dog. You will I' Gainesville last weekend.We : YOUR
Had a letter from Germany find they obey your commandsand Sunday night and three were fel- are proud to welcome Mr.
from a dear Frau written in Ger- are a joy. lowH'ilpped Into the church at this and Mrs. Jessie Lamb to Brooker Or are you too cramped for space to have i

man. I have not had time to No relatives yet. Good luck to time: Mr. and Mrs. Eugan Pad They are residing with Mrs. Florence room for guests? Better remodel now, and i
HURRY HURRY have anyone 'read It yet. She enclosed all of you and I again say God gett and their daughter, Mrs. Varnadoe. Well show how '
enjoy extra room you
silk handkerchief. Love Lavina Lang. Mr. and Mrs. Bud
a I bless you all. Mrs. T.W. Markey and Miss lye
only three days left ly people everywhere. I keep Love, Lura.HAMPTON Harris and their son-in-law and \Mae Lewis visited Mrs. John you can add on an additional room or sleeping

I getting cards. I had one some I daughter, Mr. and Mrs.' Bell were Cone, a patient In Alachua Coun- porch. Come in and look through our Remodeling

to purchase your time ago from the Charley Johns among those attending. ty Hospital Monday afternoon. Plan Hooks now!
family. I do so love them and Mrs. Wilson Green and Miss
Aunt Llllle Wilkinson's -
will never forget how kind they I Lubedla Just Opposite 8.A.L. Depot
Plnholster were In Gainesville
husband and their own daughter -
TELEVISION SET always were to me. I can hard- By Mr*. M. C. Sweeney and husband ran In for a Monday afternoon. K.II.A. Remodeling or Repair Loans can be
ly wait to see them again some I Mis. Lottie Edwards and Mrs.
short visit last week. Of mum
day. Lots of cards and letters Rosa Plnholster visited patients obtained. Let us explain to you. I
Miss Llllle was more than pleased
to make me glad. I am feeling HALLOWE'EN\ CARNIVAL In Alachua County Hospital Mon-
Free of Sales Tax to have them, even If u w.... ju-i
better every day. The Annual Hallowe'en Carnival ,a short call.CllfRfll dnv afternoon.
HELPFUL: MINTS: Put some held In the Hampton School Mrs. Earl Green and .daughter/; TARKEBUILDERS'

sugar In a shaker for the chil- will be Saturday night, October BUILDING FUND and Mrs Mary L. Green were .In
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD dren and they cannot spill it 20. instead of Monday. October COMMITTEE: NAMED: .Gainesville last Friday afternoon
when they put It on their cereal.131, as previounly announced so The Long Branch Church appointed Mr. and Mrs. Zerney Gano of SUPPLIES -.I

RADIO TELEVISION SEAT COVERSCourt When you fry diced potatoes fora there will be no clonfllct with the a committee to take care-i I High Springs visited Mr and Mrs. S.A.L. DEPOT "C7 Reph..t 45 W'
Starke School activities. The J
change sprlngle a little flouron of the building fund as follows R.F. Gano Sunday.Mrs.

It: MiwIlNon 8ts. Starke. Florida the potatoes before putting PTA composed of both Hamptonand Sidney Harris, Lee Green, and)\ Mike Tilghman and son of __ --.....:.
Theressa parents and teachers -- -
them In the hot grease. They
are sponsoring this fun-fest ..
---- and a largo crowd is anticipated
Hamburger and hot dog samlwlrhes -

with doughnuts, coffee
and cold drinks will\ be on said ,

from 6 p.m. on. .

Among the many attraction ,e FORD TRUCKS
will be the traditional apple bobblng -

fish pond country stoic,
Never 1;-U-)" Before You T-R-} rake and pie walk, and a comical! .
school skit by the studenU First,
second and third prizes will bo

..; awarded for the bent costumes. COST LESS BECAUSE-
The Home Demonstration! Club

will have their own booth, with
dainty hand-made articles for

sale, which should remind everyone -

1 1 1 to ping early!

A cordial Invitation is extendedto \ :

young and old throughout the

YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR }'OUMONEY RACK! one-night county tn(relebrntfon attend Hampton's costume big, .

TIIESE Si: !MANY MO.KK: GROCERY: it MILT: SPECIALS: !SEE; JAr PAl'KRS Saturday at Hampton School!


Mrs. Tom I.lnsoit of Starke, t :
was the demonstrator of many
SHORTENING 3 Pound Package 49cHunt's
useful and attractive? articles at yr
... .. \
the Stanley Party, given at the
home of Mrs.' T. J, Alderman on .Ml

BARTLETT PEARS. No. 2V2 Can 29c Wednesday afternoon of last I I ..) '
week. An enjoyable time wait '

had, wit refreshment! served. :
For 25cLibby's Out of town guests Included Mrs '!iI' <
Cans 3
Webster's TOMATO JUICE No. 2 k'
Llnson, Mrs O.Y., .Alderman \ d -
Mrs W A. Scott of St rrke, Mr..
I W. C. Dempsey and Mills Inez '.h, '

Crushed ,PINEAPPLE No. 2 Can 25c Dempsey of VVaMo. "\;.. d %


33c Mrs. Fred S. Dodd, gr>!rloUMly.ntertalnptf ,: !:
12 Oz. Can
Target CORNED - I members of the (

I Ladies' Council at her home etMldlakes
,4 S.- I WId
011'Velhl""day afternoon
Pound 29c October 19. ,
Bayou R-I-C-E 3 Package - I The program -
topic "The Romance of Living"
was a IfHHort In Victorious Christian -

Mother's MEAL or GRITS, 5 Pound Package 27c I II I true-to-llfo living, comments and many were Interesting made.Special r ,,S .

inimical numbers were enJoyed -

Wilson/ Certified HAMS, 8 t to 12 Ib. ave. wt. Lb. 49c decorations flowers. enhanced Attractive, with colorful the Hallowe'en pleasant fall fry e' k

Fla. dressed-drawn grade A HENS Pound - 45c atmosphere and frosted.hot pumpkin chocolate of the pie were living, fruit served room.cake.

with Hallowe'en black cats,

Per Pound 89c candy-filled ....Ivras! favors.
Mrs J. C. Cochran, of Theremin
and Mis\ Jim Adkln, Hampton

w Sliced Babv Beef LIVER Per Pound - 49c were Friends the visitors regret to present.hear that

Mrs. Carl Brown Is again con.

Sliced Breakfast BACON Per Pound - 39c fined to Shnilycrvdt Hospital, and
trust she will soon be much Improved .

Small Lean PORK SHOULDERS, Pound - 35c Mr.\ been,and and Mrs recent able.G.to dinner P.return Wadsworthhave Riiesta home.: FORD TRUCKS LAST LONGER

of Mr. and Mrs Charles Burton I

CHEESE 3 Oz. lOc at Camp Blanding. ...hit !..... r../.lr.ll_ data M e.loe.ooo _.... lib 'li .urne. ....rli ...". r.,t Trucks last ._....
CREAM Pkg. -
Fairmont Mrs J. T. Guy spent last weekin

Gainesville with her son. J. .".

ORANGES, 2 Dozen for - - 25c Guy home and on Friday by family.her afternoon grandchildren She returned accompanied ANDREWS MOTOR CO. !

James and Jane Guy,who enjoyed

BANANAS, 3 Founds For f - - 25c I the large weekend number here.A of Hampton FORD SALES & SFRb7CE1'IIOVE

football fans attended the Home 118

Pounds For 23c coming game In Stark Friday
!ed Delicious II I night and were thrilled at the MADISON STREET AT ADAMS STARKE, FLORIDAp.mc
victory achieved by the Bradford
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1 I J.II. Moore, Mrs. C. Dlnklns'and H, .. .. : .' '.' .. ... :' .- '. : ... .: :.._' .'''- : -:.",, ''_- '. ;_ _:'. ; .iliLi "\':/',
A.H. Harley Sr. ",
I LAWTEY Several bouquets were donatedfor I>
III.. FutchC.RKAT decoration and were given In I ,,I',
memory of members long gone to
their reward. Among those so remembered -
IIOMKCOM1NGThe were Mrs. M.K. Edwards -
Homecoming at Grace Methodist C. Dinklna, and Uncle Ed
r. Church last Sunday was and Aunt Mary Bennett, "
g a great success. There :was a large I Letter of greeting wore received n!
audience to hear Rev. C B. North from Rev Jewett and Rev.
bring: an Inspiring message on Jameson of Mleml and Rev. Worthington >
"The Influence of the Church" at of Jacksonville, all former .r,'.
the 11 o'clock service. The church pastors of the church.At .
has just been repaired and painted the noon hour a bountiful
giving It a very nice appearance plenlo' dinner was served. on th.' )
for the occasion. I Ij church lawn. .. "
: '
j Former members from all\ parts I In the afternoon the people reassembled -
of the state were present to enjoy In the church and Rev.
the day with friends Mr. 'Glddlngs gave a brief report of
Icy Churchell of Jacksonville +'the work done on the church and
probably the oldest visitor char'l presented J.D. Mathews of Starke FRIDAY OCTOBER 28t8 P. M. 1 1I
ent. He was one of the I who had charge of the repair and i
izens of Lawtey and attended painting. Community singingwas ,
services In Grace:: Church for enjoyed during the afternoonand
many years. Other members of Freddy Dlnklna and Clyde
the church who are not able to VVnlnwrlxht! member of the primary '
attend regularly. but were able tu Sunday School clans, Bang
be out to Homecoming were Mrs.HOWARD'S. a song. I B. H. S. NEWBERRY

I time All, .and present many reported expressed a themselves good- vs. .
| / as having been blessed
spiritually by attending this,

!great Donald meeting.Ray Grlffla who I III attending I Oct. Tornado B Crescent A '
Bolles School In Jack Saturday vs. City Squad
L I U 1 sonville, was the weekend guest ,
of his. parents, Mr and Mrs. R.A.
Yaks H.H. Heln and Miss Lima .- -
Carradlne visited Mrs. Heln's
mother, Mrs. E. Griffla last week. f
Min\. Barbara Moore, who Is ADULTS L STUDENTS

employed. in Jacksonville, spent .
the weekend with her parentsthe "*
Cull on lies. for reliable drug Fred Moores. 75c SOc' I
J P. Wyrlck and MU Elizabeth _
and health needs at worthwhile Terry were business visitors to I
Jacksonville last Frldiy.Among :! /D --. '
Hitting W" pride ourselves on
those attending Gatoi
lie "C'rlpul"16 exactness which Growl last Friday from Lawteywere v
the J.P. Wyrirks, Mrs Joy-
goes Into f\vry winkle: prescription .
nFiitrh. Misses Freda Green andMary
\\e nil. Julia Futch, Benton and
Ralph! Futch, and Randall Mar
I'lIONE: 79 tin.I 1949 SCHEDULE

Temple) Atrnue Starke, Fla.S I Mr. nnd Mrs. I.acv Flitch anti "tJ
IS. J. Flitch of Jacksonville were ,
visitors here last Saturday.Mr. .

last visited.Sunday.and relatives Mrs.in C.A.Fort McSwain Pierre i SEPTEMBER 23 WILLISTON 0 BHS 44 .f.fi

urr4yMr.a O former W to Durham resident business of of here Jacksonville Lawtey last, ,Sat-attended -i SEPTEMBER 30 SEABREEZE 20 -BHS6 ''l

.-and Mrs. C.E. Rtrlrklmul CHARLES COOLEY; T OCTOBER '
7.. PALATKA 6 BUS 18
and dntichter, Betty, and MrH. - J
Flare Durham of Gainesville were ,
guests of Mrs. T.J. Terry lnnl CAIU, JOHNS, FB
week. ------': ':- IU U u OCTOBER 14 P. K. YONGE 6 BUS 26- 6UU ,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wall'I..rt;
|last Sunday for their home In New 1 GO JET 'EM.: TORNADOES!

REPLACEMENTCosts days Mexico here after with spending the J.E. several WallsJr. I II OCTOBER 21 ALACHUA 0 BUS 13 It's A Fact. :

The F.awtey PTA Is sponsoring" OCTOBER 28 NEWBERRY HERE
UP! a Hallowe'en Carnival Saturday. - SEE. THEM:\ TONIGHT: '

''night/ Fun begins nt ft:30 and; :

Let check Fire eAt there both will young be something and old.to Inter Coma'! ASSOCIATE STORE NOVEMBER 11 LAKE BUTLER THERE Denmark Furniture Co. ,t
your out and make .
help this event a ___
insurance before it's 1 The VVMU Clinic of the NewRiv..r 6 ; : u NOVEMBER 18 LAKE CITY THERE nu___.. ____ __' U "
Association met In the LIIW- Good Team : : ;
too late Icy Baptist Church last Satmdi.vwith Your Hacking Mcarut A /..01"S..eR -
the president, Mrs Lolllle JJ Your Support
'Tenly, In charge. The principal NOVEMBER 23 GREEN COVE THERE Sec The Came Tonight
II address was given by Mi s hazel JOHNS'GROCERY j jI
I {lodges!! Rap 1st field worker or .
Charley E. Johns Jackn"nvil -
Agency I Bruoker also spoke to the as- t
|Henihly. Luncheon was served at ,
I'hono IS STARKE, FLA. | noon In the school cafeteria I I SERVICE STATION
I The lights were turned on at I, r 6 u ---- :

:: 'the basketball! court last Monday;I 6' ______I ,or,.." ,______________________,... -----.' ------_.- ,
.. .. isrht. This adds to the recreation: coon LUCK F
facilities of Lawtey, both school,! You'll Arrive Safe) At The
R.pr...ntlno THE TRAVELER.Hartford 'and town. Games will be plnypci : TORNADOES NOW IS THE: TIME: FOU AU. (;OOJ)
TilE if
at night. i TO FANS TO TURN OUT AT THE: fJAMELET'S :! EoerpbndlOut Came WithFIRESTONE
GO! '

R. B. ALVAREZ&SON TRANSFER STORAGE AND COw Florida Bank at Starke DOWLING & For The Came Tonight TIRES

4 W'e operate lorfeltt WAINWRIGHT ___________________or________
r .
: RA.ALVARrt6SOll long distance We're With You, Tornadoes! _____ ;! ____________________ un.. If You Want A. Winning Tram
ct:: In U.!I. II un r
:) so? AI/OVrINGI 4, anywhere '
dire Them Your Sttpptrl!

s EXCELLENTrO GEM JEWELRY Eat 'Km lip _t Let's Fill The SlardsTflNAIOFS'


__ : FACILITIES I Where Quality Has No Substitute! : For Ttmifflil'x Came! AUTO, SUPPLY,
j .
Agents For : !1i S.A.I.Ky. Watch Inspector FLORIDA POWER\ : (GUY ANDREWS:
DeIcher "- _._ .
See first! --
Bros. :'Ill: PROUD OF OUR TEAM AND & LIGHT COMPANY !; We'll :There .-m---1

OUR NEW ItLEACIIERS .. ,____________________. t _______________oror___________ ;: .:
\ '_ Y S. MOST BUYERS t Compliments To The

__ PREFER THIS MODEL KOCH DRUG STORE flood Luck, Team! ;i TOKtVADOKSt: Winkler Electric Service


t J0X. YOU FOR(JET U --- U_ Bradford Hardware Co. DRIGGERS ---Clean::'em;up:Tnrnrrrloesl:: ;:;; w

you KNOW! Support The Team! t Carpenter's Drug Store"THE :,:

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{We're{ Proud To Be' YOUR( l'ru SCIUl'TIOFII.I.lm: !"

L I Here{ All Pulling : _______u r H _________
--- u-,-U__ I A TORNADO Booster! !
For The Tornadoes( =, Refresh Yourself Before And
youq n't ddak Fkfjt3N1:1kry S oNd! COME ON, TORNADOES! We're :
polar ISrlir pife of 4 es i j After The Came With 1-
ofsfiiiet/teer! netting On You For The Conference GUIDON GRILL t j

Torode Chevrolet I C o.

Tax H. C. WALL AGENCY _____________ror" ,. ,.t ________________r'. '.i. AND F:. ..'. MILES VESS, Distributor I COLA I

is SUCH A .._____
U 6 Bring Home The Bacon, + i or"'r ----------
4 04/4 Mow 'c.nI 6. Down,


r L't' I STORE i
1ee the Tornadoes Heat -

__I SALES & SERVICE STORES': E.t. 1894 I IJ-it Eat: I.AWSO.VS: Meat!"

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FRID\"'. OCTOBER 88. 1M9'
c I Recent Births I .Idlllea.Ilt..Fel a

A I Recent births In Shadycrest

Hospital were: 90th AnniversaryCelebrating
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Studstill of

1I Starke. a girl. Cheryl Lynn on

7 :> October 24. Of Service
I Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Wasdln of 90

eaJ Waldo a girl, Arveda Chailene,,
Residence June Caldwell OffUe ; on October 18. ==

Ph. State Farm 45 Editor I'hoiio 29 : Mr. and Mrs. C. R. McGee ol

v II Green Cove Springs, a girl, Carole
.t Gale, on October 21.

:Miss Marian Brown Weds Dr. Thos. G. RitchIn ('UAlU.E'IiEXE: WAI.L1S: l 1 1' J

Lovely Church Ceremony Saturday Evening P Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Wallls

e of Tallahassee announce the ,
Miss Marian Brown, daughter green net and a full skirt She birth of a daughter Charlene
nf Mr. and -Mrs. Herbert Clifton wore a matching: Dutch cap edged Jane, on Sept. 30 In Tallahassee A&P COFFEE
Brown became the bride of Dr. ,with net and carried a cascade Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Wallis
Thomas Griffin Ritch, son of Mrs. bouquet of yellow rrwea t will be remembered here as Miss
sold only !in
Nelson Turner Ritch and the late combined with net. Patsy Ruth Wainwright Quality-famous AP Coffee Is
Mr. Ritch In a lovely candlelight Mrs. Brown mother of the r"i the whole bean, with Its roaster-fresh flavor -
I L. V. MORGAN III Dexo sealed In. At the moment you buy, it's
evening -
ceremony on Saturday bride chose a gown of dusty rose .
Mr. and Mrs. Leaton U Morgan fit type t.f percol
Ground to your
October 22 at 7 o'clock, In with navy acceaaorlea. Her corsage .
Jr. formerly of Starke announce or regular coffee pot
: drip
Church. ?
Mark's Episcopal orchid.
St. was a purple '
the birth of a son, Lea ton 1 lib. Can 27eator your favorite blend; Eight O Clock,
The double ring ceremony was The mother of the bridegroom Union, III. on Saturday, October and mellow *Red Circle, rich and rr
the Rev. Mr. B. E. Mrs. Ritch, selected a gray crepe
performed by 22 In the Marlon County Memorial full-bodied Baker, vigorous and wlneyl F
Simmons and the Rev. Mr. Free dreaa with a corsage of pink, difference! You'llfavorite discover
Hospital! in Ocala. Mrs Mor- Then taste the
Yerkea before an altar banked roses. gan Is the former Miss\ Marie 3 Ib. Can 75c that A&P CoffeeAmerica's by p
with native'greenery with an ar Immediately following the ceremony > i, sI McKInney of Starke. millions of pounds tastes better, has richer p; Cyutlcy
.. rangement of white gladioli and a reception was held at the finer flavor, cup after cup! ( r9
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M Y
chrysanthemums.The Mr and Mrs T. A. Yawn spent 3 Distinct Blends !
Smith. Upon arrival the guestswere Oleomargarine, lb. 19c
church decorated with
was to
last and
Friday visiting
to the receiving
presented MILD &
native greenery white gladioli In Jacksonville White HOUK
of the bride
and chrysanthemums with lighted line which consisted the MILK, 3 tall for 3lc
white taper In graduated the groom Carpenter 1r EIGHT
Mr. Ritch best Dr. Otto J. TonissenChiropodist
maid of honor,
. .
candelabra. The family pews Ion a FLOUR, 25 lb. 1.39 1.27"I '9lG
Mra. mother of the
man Brown .
were marked :with white satin '
ribbons. bride t> and Mrs. Ritch, mother of lona Peaches, 2lj: can 21c "
the groom, before the mantle! Gainesville) Fla.CForn..I .
Mrs L. A. Canova, organist 1 LB. 'LB.
which banked with white Ann 18c
waa Page Ketchup
\ -
rendered a program of nuptial ., .. of Js-kson.hle) 44c;
gladioli and chrysanthemums HAG BAG
,. ..
music and the traditional wedding Ult: Hlrn.not Ph. font
above \ rut I the wedding A&P:
with native greenery. Dr. and Mrs. 'r. <1. Hitch are plttiircd ax they
marches. The bride's table waa covered rake at the reception r..11.."InC their wedding here last Saturday I Fruit Cocktail, No. 2 The bride in marrl-
by her father was given and had her with a lace cloth and centered evening.,. -Photo by :Marcus Brown Jane ParkerPotato
ago aa
I Red Circle Ib. 48c-
with the three-tiered wedding MARCIA JUNIOR bag
maid of honor Mlas Joan Car cake' surrounded with a ruffle of Chips, 1 lb. can. 79c y,

penter.N.. T.. Bitch of Miami served all s I illusion Interspersed with tub I Birthday Parties Legion Auxiliary I BY LADY FAIR VIGOROUS & WINEY le0k; r i'
roses and porn porn ihrynanthe BEAUTY SHOP"Havtit't
brat man for his brother and the mums. .The cake wes flnnkei For Young FolksMrs. Invites New MembersThe BOKAR Ib. 51c
ushers were :Mack Futch and bag
on either aide by sliver candelabra ,
Harold Jordan of Gainesville.The with showers of white anti W. N. North of the State American Legion Auxiliary a
bride selected a gown fashioned ribbon and pom pom chryminthe Farm honored her son, Billy, on met Tuesday evening Octo flilll I

of Slipper satin with CJ mums, holding lighted white tap his 6th birthday with a party In ber 18, for its regular meeting. 1111111 Every Pound Custom Ground
yoke of bridal illusion bordered The silver trays holdlni/{ his class room at school on last After the short bu inesa meetingthe
with Chantilly lace. The bout mints and ruts ,were aurroundec Thursday October 20. usual social hour was enjoy.
fant skirt was shirred to the "' BUY RIGHT BUY
ed. Refreshments were servedby -
with illusion an4 chrysanthe The children enjoyed playing \
basque bodice and terminated In and Violet
I muma. and each received a balloon Muriel Gilhooly f
a court train. The bride's veil Punch was served during the games as a favor. Crosby Several new members
of illusion fell from a Juliet cal) RIGHTTOP
I evening by Miss Gloria Johns at received many lovely gifts were present.It
edged with blossoms. The
orange Jacksonville, cousin of the Is possible that many who
\ groom from his classmates.Two .
bride carried a cascade bouquet QUALITY WESTERN MEATS
mailed Invitations to the
Mrs. J. T. Moore of Plant City, are
of white bride's roses and tube birthday cakes with 1aWcr
aunt of the bride, nerved cake meetings are not receiving them
and little animal decorations DUBUQUE Ready-To-Eat Skinned
roses. candles
The brlde'a book was kept bj; due to the secretary not havingthe BAKERY
I The maid of honor wore a and Ice cream were enjoyed address; reported Secretary .
Miss Janet Anderson Other proper
gown of apple green taffeta by tha little guests. Violet Crosby.All 8.12 lb
asslatlng serving during the
which featured a round yoke of '4W TREATS HAMS
evening were: Mlaaea Betty who are eligible and desireto 48c
Brown of Tallahassee, Gall Duke Mra. P. E. Adelheimer enter : join are requested to contact c- Mi0,W 1 I average
" of Gainesville and Florence Brown tained Friday afternoon Octobet Elsie Hazen or Jean Thomas who ..n.r. ., e, w mc. ", Jane Parker Sugared
14, with party In honor of her I
of Starke all cousins of the bride, a are on the membership committee down-to-earth Fiction
Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mra. Edward 'daughter, Mary Kay on her 7th Also, Mra. Roy Stone atKoch's you some
I' birthday, at her home on South ..,thai Isn't tensest autobiographyand DonutsIDoz. Rib Brisket STEW lb. 29c
PA.FLA.San. Jr.Burns and Mrs W. J. EPP'rson'l'I Water Street. I The Drug meetings are held on the ashamed. admit It?" or -

During the evening The home wan decorated third Tuesday of each month.

Mrs. Bitch left for a wedding I throughout with Hallowe'en col ,Veterans wives, mothers and sis LADY FAIR FEAUTY SHOP 1 19c Fresh GROUND BEEF lb. 53c

., Mon.,_ Tuen.. Oct. 80, 31, trip to New York. The bride ors. False! faces were used as I tern are eligible. COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE
traveled In a dubonnett suit with favors, and varied games were BY SENIOR OPERATORS
& NOV. 1 navy acceasorlca. Her enjoyed during the afternoon. I Mr. and M-; G.: B. Col son uf ;ALL SI AT RAILROAD
corsage Brooker of Mr. and I TOR APPOINTMENT PHONE ,10 ie'jjad;; I5c ROUND STEAK lb. -19e
ROUGHSHODR vi'all of white roses and tube Mary Kay received many lovely were guests I - -
roses. gifts from her friends. I l Mr!\. R. A. Colson last Sunday I II
Sterling, Claude Jarinan,
Miss Brown was graduated from The traditional birthday cake 11'2 1'uunil Loaf SWIFT'S

.1 Gloria GrahaniQ Bradford High School and attended I,and Ice"cream with punch Were ASK THE MAN WHO KNOWS .* fouR WATCHMAKERI Marvel Bread, 18c Fancy Sliced
; "ThlH. Is Amerlc-a" .t Cartoon the University of Florida and enjoyed by Mary Kay and about ; *
Florida State University where J8 of her little frlenda. 13 Ounce BACON H. 49c

W tl.. Th....., Nov. 2, J she Is a member of Alpha DeltaPI WArCN Golden Loaf 25c
sorority. She Is a member ol Woman's Club ypUR
the Junior Woman' Club and the
OF THEVIGILANTES Beta Sigma Phi. Will Prepare Seals j Pilgrim Layer 59c QUICK FROZEN DRESSED WHOLEJane

Dr. Ritch graduated from Robert i' REGULAR '
E. Lee High School In Jack The Junior Womans Club will (>Parker WHITING lb 15c

FruiK'hat Tone, Brml ('ra\\f"rd. sonville. He received his B. !S. have a supper November next 3 Thursday at the CNECK UP I
and M. D. from Emory University evening .
"'ant'nVllliam In Atlanta Ga.. where he Is a Methodist Recreation Hall at 7:30: ; I I roar I II FRUIT CAKES Western Loin End Cut

AND member of the Theta Kappa Pal I p.m. ,I

THE JUDGE medical fraternity and la now ,[ Hostesses will be Mrs Mrs. W.T. C.L. Pork Chops Roast lb. 45c

Mllburit Stornc.Katherlm. 1)- serving. Hospital his Internship In Jacksonville at St. Vincent' Powell Duncan, Chairman Mr. Roy Ward Mrs. S t 1 11/ lb. 1.25 or -

Mllla I Among the out of town trm-.sta I D.After Denmark supper and the Mrs.Tuberculosis Guy Sale.. 1"' Swift Prem. Pork
were Mr and Mra. Herbert Darby Sausage lb. 39c
for mailIng -
Fri, Sat., Nov. 4, ft and Mrs. H. F. Darby of Lake, Seals will be prepared Gem Jewelry's r ,
City Mrs. George Bennett Mr. as is done every year, under
the direction of Mrs J, R. Wain- 1 Pound Package
and Mrs. Walter Gammel Miss I
SOUTH of TAHITIBrian Irene Von Sthoff. Dr. C. C. Mendoza ,wrlght. I I II
Dnnlevy Broil Crawfonl, Mlaa Gloria Johns, Mrs. Anna Swift Prem. Skinless Weiners 45c
I Alvarez Mrs. James Warren I Methodist Youth
Andy IKHlne'

AND 'and Mr. Mrs.and Mrs.M. P.A.Fecher I. Spencer, Dr. C,Dr.L.. : Have Social Event I My personal Integrity anti l profession. backed. r Md. Std. OYSTERS pint 79c

The Golden Trail Reid, Miss Patricia Mcmterly,, Members of the MYF of tho by 40 yearn of experience"' in Fine Hatth Repairing -

Miss Lou Edwards, Clyde Alvarez ;Methodist Church enjoyed a party IK. pour iuaranti-e. lot !SuEd ",... OUR OWN
I'| folnr Cartoon & Chapter Sunnyfield Shankless
UH and C R. Alvarez of Jacksonville I Thursday night of lust week'

1 New Serial "O.regon Trail" Mr. and Mrs. N. Stern'. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S I
berg of Daytona Beach. Dr. and R. Johns, Jr.. MYF Handbooks:. Simpson .., TEA BAGS Smoked Picnic HAMS, lb. 39c
Mrs. O. W. Brown, Miss Betty were presented to those promoted
Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Stro- from the Intermediate Deportment i I Seaboard U.K. Watch Inspector Box Bee
bart Seabrook of Tallahassee Mi lie 37c
to the :Senior r
and Mrs. Glen Duke and MlHit Or 16 Of 48
Green Tommy ,
were Judy
Gall Duke, Mr. Paul Puhl of Smith, Phoebe Green: Billy Wei-I \ NECTAR BRAND! FRUIT5
Gainesville and Mr and Mrs L. don, Marilyn Chambers Kenneth j: 1 +

Gfh E. Jordan of Ovelda Tyut and Ann Cr's ler. H TEALb.97c7lb.53c



C ace discussed WMU book by the"Gods Rev Hiury"was L, U. Fountain Special I I Royal Winton Number "1", Canadian Idaho Ited Home Beauty

Haines in the First Baptist ". LOOSE or HACKEDPotatoes; Very FineApples-
.Table Cloths Church last Tuesday, October 25;. 1/ Ann PageSALAD

V beginning at 10 o'clock. 4iliiif2.SALAD PLATE Fruit i Print i DRESSING
After the discussion Mrs S. E

'i' Pillow Cases "' Spark. WMU President .."kede..ch r,1 Pint 22c-Quart 40c ,
member to do his beat In ... t TUNA[ FISH.POTATO .

I,helping foreign mUxions. 7t.: or Plates Ann Page 1 Ib. Jar 10 1 lb. 29c 4 lb. 29c

There were ,about!: 3.1; WMU fJ
Table Sets Peanut Butter 35c
members present with Rev, .. ../ Chicken Salad .

Sheets & Pillow enjoyed Haines A covered and by the Mrs.dish members S.luncheon'P;. Sparks.present' was' f !I. c $ 2 2.5 Cracker.Jack 4c Pascal CELERY, 34's, 2 for 29c

and their guests at 12 o'clock. 50 La Choy Reel

Case Sets The meeting was closed with Served with Potato Chips Chop Suey ,57c Canadian RUTABAGAS lb. 5c

prayer by Rev, ID.. Maine. ]DEAL -
.Senile'a Ever Ready
/ Bed Spreads and Pickets
, Miss McRae HostessTo FINEST FOIL GIVINGCOFFEE ; COCOA 28c Long Island Snoball .Per Large Head
steaming hut. cup of STAHKE'S; "
.. "Towel Sets YWA MembersThe on t KEEPING;
} .
I Mid Nuts 27c CAULIFLOWER 19c
YWA of the First Bap-j I
list Church met at the home
Department to serve 'you any hour Facial Keg. nap
of Miss Marian McKae last Th.ir* You can depend on our Prescription soap

$Sullivnn's day Dolores October McKnight 20 at 7:30.: President, ..f the day or nijrht. {'all"6," and know that your prescription will WOOCroury's lariCi Keg. 8cHtmp Bar U.S. No. 1 Yel.I Onions--2 Ib. f for) _19c

presided over the business meet be filled exactly as the doctor has written It.
ing. Plan. were discussed for d Sweetheart 7c

DRY GOODS party Marian\ soon.McRae program chairman j 64 Day or Night UNCLE KEN'S l PPAGE

presented the program:
"Spread of Christianity In Foreign .
147 West Call Street ... Lands." She was asaiatei! CARPENTER'S RICE 2 lb. 37c
by the Misses Clara Thomas, ,
Starke, Fla. Manes Dodd and Dolores Knight I It Converted l.mg OraJn
At the clue of the program I The Store Where You See Your Prescription Filled 1 1I I

refreshments were nerved by th t
hostess. I

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OCTOBER 28. 1049

will arrive* Mrs Ara Moltt spent last meet. at the .
Mrs. Joe Martinez and Mrs. A, Mr. and Mrs. C. Steinhagen Mrs. Vivian Addison Is crony Miss Peggy[ Wiggins I Jacksonville visiting Rlcharde at the
will: weekend In
VV Anderson visited Mr. and Mrs returned to their home here Tuesday easing at the home of her peenU Friday to spend several days double Mrs Roy Ward ,
and a
and Mra. OrU relatives attending
A, W Redgrave In Jacksonvillelast of last week after enjoyinga Mr. and Mrs C. E. Beam her parents Mr.
birthday anniversary. The Doris
Thursday. six month vacation in the statesof Mra. Effle Johns spent taRt Wiggins.Mrs.
her Thede and Ron Cl'KLEK': SUITS $83.50: to meet In the
New York and New Jersey week In Jacksonville visiting Richard ,
Mrs. Nat (
and Sternberg !
Mr. AI.VAKK//':: Tuesday night at :
visited Mrs $17.50 at
Beach were weekend They spent most of their In the sister, Mrs. Mena McCrutch Rickey of Jacksonville '
of Daytona J. Grong and ''F. H last weekend. Mrs. Gloria Wllkerson and J. A Griffin ( I
J. Long
of Mr. and Mrs Junius M Catskill Mountains of New York. and niece Mrs. I t
guests Mr and Mrs R. L. Shaller and Rev. and Mrs J. B. Dixon. Mr and Mm' Robert Van Frank daughter Paula, of Branford and The Business ,I

Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Bill' Tilley spent Men's KALI. Sl'irs at Al .. and son Rob of Portsmouth Ohio Miss Corinne Kelly: of Jackson will meet In I

Mrs. R A. Green Mrs G J. last "'el'kl'n(1'Isltlng friends In VAREZ'. $S'::.50 to $17.50. arrived Saturday: to upend a week vlllu were weekend guests of tlt..ltaunt Building/ Tuesday Jo'J.oum.'r
:McGrlff and Mrs. H. L. Speer Jacksonville and Miss I with Mr. and,! Mrs. A. E. Wall. and! uncle Mr. and Mrs K R B. Alvarez. I
spent. last Thursday In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs Dave Pcnoyer and I Lorraine Miss Thelma Du Bose spent. \ Saturday, Lewis D. Haines II, who is attending II. Box of Jacksonville. All members of 1

Luther Addison, of Jacksonville Mills ABeam I Wake Forest University,. Mr Van Putcl left Tuesday for asked to find '
In Gainesville with : ( : : )
of Mra C. S Tallin
Frlenda Wake Forest N. C., has recently In and be In
were recent guests of Mis. C. E. and Lt. and Mrs Vaughn I Marlannn and l ChipleyVhlIe are
will be glad to know that she la Beam and family. I Cooper of Tampa. I made the Freshman Track Team. there he Mill visit Mr. and Mrs. Ing Tuesday at 3 I :
able to be out again after being Master In the team's. first meet with I
AI returned and
Yancey Mrs M. J. Sadenwater U blt..lc, B. F.1'a11er of Marlannu' I.
unflned to the hospital and her in thecrosscountry '
home Sunday from North Carolina University ::
Shadycreat In Starke after a two month stay Mrs Anna Walter of Chipley !
several weeks due to
home for an three-mile race
In fall. Hospital where he underwent a In Gary, Indiana while her daug! Gut'sU of Mr and Mia 1H
Injury received a the first Wake Forest, Louis R.
tonsilectomy He Lewis was
is the of
son ler Mrs\ T. R. Sparkman was !In I Box lust' Sunday were Mr and : )
Mrs T. L. Casey Mrs. Nate Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Yancey. | I man in. The race was won by
Methodist Hospital I' Mrs. John Alial of eenburg
Dyal and Delbert Casey spent Mrs E. J. Flynn left Tuesday Mrs. Strecki NCU. TAX C()
Mr and George I Mr and Mrs Elmer Connor of
several day. In Jacksonville last for a station with relatives at Slrlckland and 1\Ir"1
of Philadelphia. Pa., were !tuests Mrs. Viola Baltimore Md., and Mrs Eliza BOOK ( :
week. Lake Hewitt "'eber, Sue Rosacr returned, this week to
I of Mr. and Mrs Harry Ellis of MacclesfieUl. N. C., with :
_1i i, last week. During: their stay Mr. their home In Miami. Mrs. Strick their slater M.iybelle of Je KIlt> .: \ : ;

I and Mrs. Weber accompanied, land has been visiting her daughter
Ga., were guests this week of Mr :
NOW TONI! HOME PERMANENT them to points of Interest 1 In Mrs. Burl Ellington for and Mrs T. L. Casey while en- .

Florida. eral months. SPV-I route to visit their father J, J. '
Mrs. J. W. Klncald 1 and Mr.. Mrs. J. W. Kaufman or Connor In Dover 120 So. \

TWICE AS EASY-TWICE AS FAST A. C. Durden wore! !guests ofl will be among the members of STAKKE, CURll SERVICE .
II I Mrs. C. C. Hoppe In Tampa this the University of Florida symphony -
I I orchestra. who will presentan Baptist Circles I

/ I week.Mr. and Mrs. Owen Gall of All-Chopin program at the Will Meet TuesdayAll I .

N.w Ton! Refill Kit. New Ph tto Tampa were. weekend !guests
Method Directions, show how ol J Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews an 26. The program will commemorate circles of the WMU of the BEAT THE SALES TAX BUY BEFORE NOV. 1 !
Toni now waves many types attended the Homecoming Act the hundredth year since First Baptist Church will meetTuesday

hair In as little as 30 nunutcn vlties at the, University of FlorIda the death. of Chopin. afternoon, November 1, 1- --r 2-Pc. Living Room Suits

.00 Friday and Saturday. Mr Mrs. Q. J K.: Bennett of Jackson at 3 o'cloik L1 tt: \

Gall was a roommate of Mr. An'l ville was the guest of Mr. and Circle 1 will meet at the homo ,

Complete' Sot New Toni! SPIN 5YN drews at the University. Mrs. J. M. Smith last weekend of Mrs E. Lennon with Mrs B I Meg $139.50! () Value

Curler No more rubber bandsall Senator and Mrs. Warren I G. Mr. and Mrs C. O. Du Pull T. ,Thomas circle leader
drips 1 'Sanchez of Live Oak and Senate lof Alachua visited Mrs. J, B.
tlc -.allin- ,
pla Circle 2 will meet at the horn" .
spins locks: s ith a flick' of and Mrs. Turner Davis of Mad Alexander last week. They were. of Mrs F J. Shaw' with MrsPalmer Sale Price --- $124.50

the U"lOer. *|2tKOCH > .. 'son were. guests of Mr, and Mr accompanied by Mrs. M I. Williams as co-hostess. ...
1. I Charley E. Johns last Thursda Malnes who had been visiting -'" You. would etiwl't l to pity stash mare for
IS" Ile" .rar..SlNr1.Yley + While here they attended the them for several weeks Circle 3 (Ida Darby Circle) will -? : .;
/ _
I wedding of Senator J. Slate 1 ti three Alfa> mill*. \'!ME
DRUG STORE Smith at Penney Farms. Amon : Don't Bury Your Dead Animals I
the many distinguished goes
I present were Governor and Mr. Free, Prompt Sanitary Removal of I)<-mlHnrwH BLANKETS Oil HEATERS ''I

STARKE, FLA. .Fuller Warren. Mules or Cattle. Call Our Phone II I

George L,. Patton and Senate I Operator. At Our Kxpenw. !Marki 11m.! If I I $2.95 & Up $17.95 & Up

Charley K. Johns attended tf: low. have Difficulty full Our .Iu.kminv lilt. E. 4,

Every Branch of Blue Key Banquet at the Florid Office% 1'h. 4-O300 Day, Night or .Ulays.
Gym in Gainesville last Friday .,
Senator Charley E. John. an.S i FLORIDA SOAP CORPORATION """ $1.50!> ( Value Sale Price

INSURANCEH. Wlllnrd\ Pass attended the To-I Dm.torn Inlet 1.... I'h. Orange I'ark :2IU Cedar Lined 5-Piece DINETTE - $39.50
bacco Festival and the opening
-- --- --- -- -- I
of the County Fair In Quincy lasr
SAVE $10.00 !
week. While In Quincy they were '
nests of Senator L. Wilson.

C. WALL AGENCY f* Mr and Mrs. Jim Ritch an! PEST CONTROL Cribs =:

Ion Franklin spent last Friday WRITE OR PHONE Thayer
PLEASE PHONE 146 evening In Gainesville. While i

there: they attended Gator Grot FLORIDA PEST CONTROLand MADE: OF ;

Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- at the stadium.Mr I CHEMICAL CO. Regular SOLID niRCHWOOD }

and Mrs. Harry "Weber (or
2450 N. ALABAMA\ ST. TELEPHONE 2361-R: Value
Starke and Mr and Mrs. GeorgStreckor $89.50
-- of Phlladrlphla, Pa. GAINESVILLE. FLA. $34.95

I were dinner guests of Lt. ar41ra. : Termites Rodents All Household VestsFree 2 Largo :Mirrors
Alvin Christine aboard ..hip COMPLETEWITH : '

-- ------- ------- at Green Cove Springs last Sur Insl..eIlona| and. Estimates: cav.... byKntomaloglKtM OrOOuII.8 Walnut I t FinrthLarirc / MATTRESS ,+; t
------- ', .
.. dav "('oh'r..lty. of Florida). Storage/ Spare I1SK (OUR( fl
Fheltlnt WK.I I. ln" I l%( I Mrs U J Milliard and daUKhtei '
I & 'firm" are available I IIhtK In $.i; Perlunlh: IHJWJKT: "PLAN
24 A-lnrh .. 11"'Hun only ihrnitirh. H''IIe..rth..l" Annette returned home this w eafter r
-lii mllr.l. A : -I..t.-P..: '" Mm' 'him i'o, 4112 N' Mai ...-..---- ---.-.- -'---'-"-"- .
Phone 13, nr Y1 ill* toJl. I Inn St.. ""k.. "i'Hy, "'h.. Phor. spending two weeks vlsltln! 1
.\. Ill HM-'I ago. writ nr ,'h'l.ur Hhop fI"r relatives In Beaumont Texan. I N-'O-T-I-C EANN'S :

Macilenny KlH n-4tMy Hnlf ItmiiK AMi" >upon r\lm r rar..<,.....t.will VI"your t 1 t, R. L. F.ppenon and "on. R i IEpperson / T S A FACT YOU CAN I) 0 BETTED AT

SELL YOUR TIMBER I Federal Land Bank I visited Mr.. Jr.Epperson's of St. Petersbur mot hpr.; 1 BAKERY '

NOW Mrs W J. Epperson Snturda Denmark Furniture Co. .:
Highest Cash Prices Paid LOANSLong I night after attending the Florida

I Terms-Lnw', Interest Georgia Tech game In Gainesvllli And EA T SHOPPE

WILL BUY IN BULK Sew Mrs G. A. Anderson had as dir. I PHONE; 151) STAUKE. FLA. :

OR IN UNIT It. W BRYAN ner. guests Sunday her brother, R. IS NOW LOCATED:
L. Epperson and son R. T. Jr., cIt
w7 PECKOr 710 \V. :Main Street N. HOME
EDWIN PettrVbiirif I _, IN ITS NEW:
John W. TurnerP. (nlnrlllr, FlurlilaIR I Mrs A. F. Sauls will return to

O. Box 463 < 1J17NT Ki-virill furnished 3.. I her' home here this weekend. afte t On East: t'j.11 I Street Next: Wow T* 'The I II

Gainesville, Fla. 4*. & fl-rnf.ni niiartint-ntn, Modorron a two weeks' visit with her daugh
\.t-iilf' .ni.*-". 1-:11..1..01:.... vnnlwit .er and son-in-law Mr. and Mn Tbrm- Friends Barber Shop Rate
'Inwn. lnfi-r 1' "'* with immihllilr I I
Send me a postcard and I ....n. Mrs. C. C. Wynn, KBJ"ftnrk "' I Q. W Prather In Pasadena Call'! KOCH'Sf
will come see you.SI'VANNKR -16lKOlt Mr and Mrs J Wainwrlgh

: 1'.lIn mixn I lad' as their gveste'last wek..nd< Formal Oct. 28
wFe't.wp .thinned ,
: ("nt'STY.1/ VKJTOTriMAKKKT : Iiln n rii, ; Ilk..I Mr. and Mrs! Albert I. Spencer oTaik
KHio <.H" h co.$7:0' llrmlroKl Knirlnuertnfo
? :operated Aliotli-n, hv .I I. l>. Oilom. 1rilr "onvirie.Men's Wrr&aY; &
Owned A
Jr.'. Ph. 21OM Live Onk Fla Cal<.-l: To VII \ ,mWi ..I e.Ast I I so to $ll.V ALL WOOL at ALVARKl!Sl'ITS..$3::.. FREE. COFFEE DRUG STORE iUDrugs

Full' lll-Jsr: ...
l Apt ,
Furnished InMall all kind mch
: Ti-mnio) Air. a Mrs. L D. Vlnlng returned to
it tit ... haihi' ",mi, klt,'hCI, atilnptfl, etc.w'r ller home here Sunday alter spend) From 7:30 P. M. Till 8:30 P. M.
fl. Blunt "H..llvl .
FOR SALE' llol 11M i lay nnphnlt the flnorlnir.ArmntninK'K with AND SATURDAY 0XL1' t
I'hlloo refrlg| .'rat.n" '. (ililv ng I a week her parents Mrmd FRIDAY
i lihlicr tile lino.Irltnl -
down i-. H.is.wur'hY pmt. All dol.ixe Hcnenil: fratur.n; >*",,; 8 linoleum. tile and thi. I Mrs W L. Joiner In Atlanta h Mace Orders NOW For 11 allow fin"

I'll.... t.JSMI11RIIAIN' I vrw Vlnvl <-ull 11 K as JI5J for 3a.Mr Pre-Christmas SALE
., I'intI" t+ ire,. >-rtlniHti'. or vmlt uur new and Mrs R. S. Wasdlnanl. Decorated Oaken and Cup Cake
I Inquire: : llullywimd;1 lire. hoiim:: I'nini-ru: n : *' II1u'I!;f\] I shop i on (*...irt t.Jnild '(nugrhter Linda spent Saturday iialni .
I IA1)1)INH '' I } gvirie relaflveH. ....-..- ---------------'-- CHILDREN'SAT
ahnp i 1'11. A Yleoe Clrrt.rm visiting ,. .
MAIIIINKS:: KliK "ALM/:/ Mr. and Mrs. 1* U. "Morgan
.Starke. Klarli'S
Nrw UenilMKton nmrti'IH H.ilwlrmlKrndford low, al.1 i I Sr., Shirley Pallet and ChlldreiIsited rrr:1 : '
$120. (pins tax). ferns Ti-li-grut.il.\ If .- UANTKH' Ilnvo bough' Mr. and Mrs. U V. Moran .
County ; THEATRE I
I 'I......IIM for poet 24 yri Will I'HY;] Jr., and their new baby In v..s
Murkrl prlrr i 'In riIi. No I lot+ tar iKmiill I I(IU :.i a i a --I
E-WANTED : 1I..wnl.-- ,sun' t liirge 41 II pit 111 I...' K-ala Sunday. STARKESat. HURRY" .lUIRKVt I IIUKKV" DO f. : :.

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Turpentine Leases : \\-nn\\-\-1':...iitt.Hi in I HI,raga l'1'. )"illy our-old mi rags but.! I .. 4Vt. 29 U"rtilleCha Nretur( !\I UN U\\', O..t"hnr' 31, O.M.I L : :: : :NOVK.MIIKR! : I ANISA\I: I HALF PRICE !
Mr piiunilItiiiilf.ftil 1V\TF.: SHOW I
WILL ALSO BUY toiin I & nu<'.."n'I""""TvlftirritphKl'K pr I EXPERT TIlESA1.EsTAX Ii
"Tower Of London"HilHll
YOUR ItKNI' H'HiH. 1,1 W HIIH tilKlriKHlev
Unit I. .1 I boo l lriMM." llvltttf ,im. sd1a MOl1TE HAIE KathlMHiilUitlH Kurloflluixiluy
In Bulk or dining rm kltelu. .n. hot watrrflro < a $1 l & 1.50 LIPSTICKS
With or Without Land pliu-r. & .urn', hfiil. ; furn. I'll If Ja X \\.. KIT, StHrkf, Flu !

WRITE or CALL I II I )o'oU1.1.1': I:: H..* l'i,,. holiN 75 Hi. ': FE.1TI'Itll: /I&UUj.( 3 1 50 ( plus Fed. tax )
; .I$244.. Ainu 2 \uvy pea road : itanhandled : ; ] n y C---
W. PARRISH I, like' new MX 111. II .-... T L,. Oanrvitt
1, 4 ml n. .'0 Jug" rd. llrIxiHP 0elJa'
Fla. I / A Q> f\ '
Ph. 3 Lawley. I
.., .
<,11.1., red l runt at fi tl>alHiinlr II *
: :
list Krlilav' nldht. I'lmiwrttiirn 1 & 1.50
.n.1 <
el.lngG.. Wt\1'Kir.-wa w1/1 to K. I.. 3latth-ws: ,. Brail I *NtMMUrt Pit!*!51,151 e.
,.... Mr a wound far ..I.... < aril ('"u"." Ti-li-nraph' IIpoll Depots. DAN ttuumoLamour '
.... ... ... hal an fcnlliin 441Dart. I *
r K .
iuttaxiWllh Hayden I Fed.
.. lv. thnuKhl. aradt.rd'w.tY Lll.sr":n.: I.: Btri-en J rm.porch.furn. .Iec.l re.', SERVICEChas. A 111liltIITUtI' Duryea ... :" '; Only S0C---plus( tax )
1'.IravDb.1'uli nnklnir Alltitillllvii I. (
pent & TRTPmu
trig, gas
*. fur ile l '"<>. Mm. J. 1.Mnnmunn I I..
:Nlrr 6
( (" JI4V
iipl" <" "
i'l laan. Will rnt (10 ?
single pitmun olli W .Mudii"-n, Up otr'hllr'h --AND- P q.50[ FACE POWDER
| .\ 1"1' K'K IlKNT: .or ShepherdAt
I.-KT: I 1'H I.AY-AW.1Y' yiiiif Nmas" & .MI.HM..II: t1(0. Inquire W
.. '. Kitty's Pin"1"on
Hh..ph..rd.nd'trlvvlnlon net'..I..IHY.*l T..I..vl.I.! (l"hn>". (tfF.HI Sirs TVmpI Klttv Andrews Av.. HP. Cay's Service Station C,rrsj( ,QJO n 1 y 7 5 C--- ( plus Fed. tax )

-- .. I Srr.,
; ntt rt 1 tat I
In i.inriru. m\VAiiM/
: FOR NA 1.1:: 211 ,\. III .t ":I Hi.lln. to thrnntrry < t
timber. hll 5-mi.. hnusr. 2 barns any 'Infiirniatlon. 1 nu IUWT Ml
f.n..,. tarr44 herd rdSeM ; "I on IndlM platinumrlnic ...... .... ... ---- I
5 A under llainunn 1 and -
milulnlim one POLISH I Assorted Shades 2 5
owner Fr..1 'I. J..n.. r" 2' nupphlrm nn ach aids' /.44.wr1 l RED RYDER : 6 0 c NAIL I ( ) --- c
ami. r.. 01 iiiwrn. Itt 3, ba 224. two blur diamond" and. rtn. la tark.. Fla. r liP of tha ring con I CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION r
: : .I"h; fin. lr.ll tm nu c
: urn
: llu Min
A>HT Sat ..m.I.x44.4 Itx U w'""I n1gelth.r taming a table. .. and \S Mt'CH AS
.ill.'t .err.V PERFUMES
on hlWkv, -twi.i-n Uu""r"It Ii la' larle.- ... w.l..ht 4'.. car-II '
whit R d
Reduced d
Stark or JU..Fk.> ill Therese.Itaward. 1*. 21. I..r..t rln... hanmni ld..ral I>Uivalili 9(1 NEAA 'I 25 & 50 Percent f
Paul Mh. Itl I I. hx I'P at'*, Koth*.. l-o..t n..llt.. August II. 1049 Toilet Waters some
Hturke. and thought to have Awn brtwccn. Thnr.ly Friday, :>",. S.II i
"'tilt/ HA 1.10: hnua' A hnimrhuM IlIrn.hln. Starke, & falntka. florid' '*' IMMMTuntait Bur.Vaii -' OOtKI.K': KKATfKK:
1- .... Hal rinllmii- iinlll Irdd '1.,1dJ"'n"t Hunkrulidlnv.
\V. H. rinfm.lxtrr l on |jik.. HutlrrMway In..' .'luc,lane kH.mvllU thrash, rlorlda.riion .' and for Christmas tfhile thvxe LOW .---
Turn l I..n ,tut rt pilot rattle J! Come In NOW shop
rl.htI.l I. .31l1 J JTAKIS .
sa.. 1 Rn 1 hlk A turn I I
2nd house. In city limit- I'POH Mat. am from In front .,fAl' I ., prices are in effect. Our afore is open flail!/ from 8:00
,t.luxa. maroon 2 "Wild sun IllnlrkA. 'DWER.IDU/
iioy'n '

I.' HhNT. :A' Colonial tmfiirn Anse |In:Inn.01"lovely 1'(:.. Al W liMHIlnn.furn I.n MmJlm 4451rolt.gr. .-, rr."n.J toward" : t.."..' r lilganblryl..tiirn In..,n...k.eI...'In.pap$UpII' .\1)r I Jrand| Old !'<*K" .rt..n "-' /"....'."\, A. ..J10 /fJ:()(} /*. M.

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Native CowsWANTED I ..t iNTED 1 Complete Line Thanksgiving Cards Now On Display

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Vo; piece U. .o umall or loo OX-TIIE-MIMT SERVICE 3Qs Co c fi JOSEPH t tuaaltalti

Save Pasture And laric"! I', PHONE _- .. ..-.....MSetC1GIAND 53 FREE DELIVERYFRIDAY

Marketing-Costs H. B. KERCE "(limbing Ttx- Mmtf-rh.irn" "....... Sing, Neighbor, Sing
64 Night
Write P..O. Box; 42 BoJOS Lake Butler KU. I' Day .-i I. lal, mad. New Hllli Boy Aruff

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In the hope that that will help. a bag. We know that a good Jacksonville, \ Florida. prencrlhed In Hvnate 11111 18-X nadopted fcaire and refuse. collection. a.itft. and provisions of Senate BUI 1 '.X.
Atty. for I'lf. 10-14 4t 114 the 1941 U4*'. Kxtraordlnary. Hennlon of the
hy (extraordinarynertHlon
rvlc faollltl and .
a S S Itnital fn M
share of our trouble Is of Flortdui.Stecticn .
our own of the State
of the Leglftlatura o( the ,uent. Incinerator. nnd other .1..1 I' Legislature
n"MI'i| Inwrt. and high :water fault, but It Is still exasperating. In Tlrctflf {'........ llrndrord (.mEtrFlorlrim fitattt of Florid.; fllttles and nervier .... ,. 4. That all other ordUnanceH -
will bo Guess there Is In I h.....,.* Section 3. That nil fund received treet cleaning. InHintrtlnnii' or parts nf oidlnancea. In.
though. we eating gree. nothing .
wrong 1'M,1 N. Minor, PlaintIff vit. PorlTo by the (tty of ittas'ke" by virtue of services for the protection of public conflict herewith be and the >am
DIARY beans this week. When do with our chicken lay-out that 4 thin Ordinance., be hereby repealed..
you MInor Pfffntliint C',,".. No. 766H nhull paid' Into health Includlntr the vnrnroenivntif are
raise a small patch of somethingand or II dozen eggs a day wouldn't tinier ..r .hll..I..n unit ti..tlt. topppnr. a separate fund, to be ,d Mtitnat' "d"Plgarette ordln..,,,,>tfH d.*nlirn. ..il to maintain "$e<'t infAtJ.hlSnortfi"i.rfcvl".liN..mb.r.. (
.\ "SIlO 01- .'KI.OHIMt<.lliurin Tux Fund" and,. hall beapproprlnted safe health HtitmlardM with rn *i...rtto bpccmu '
n By Sam McGarvcy It comes along good you sort cure. ,lo Minor whtrhtt r..Mll,..nv. .INHO nnd (>.,xpendt bv the foodH, mi Niult| i, tnn..ft and ru- AArU.Chalrmnn, 194l; ,
of wonder what would have happened S SC Woo.ruff) St,t.. Woodruff, "UoutliCnrol City Council fur the following pur- dent eruiiu'atln!( R7.:1.:: control and I IVI(.lty. ('1)11 ii,,'11
piN'It" onlv: the removal and mint O f I nul'

Th author will bo glad' receive mi:
L' If you'd gambled with a (.,kt.... and fenrcH. are a headache Knr th* future Cost pnrcha, Kane. ..N which ntnv. hit or conntltntecl ATTEST I'lu'l I John, City CK.rkTH
Interftit You ara ii'quired l to nppnar on ,. .. honornlilo Mayor <>( the
itrms of (0nc4rflIng th
Io"llollnll' deHlunlng, engineering' nn7Hr' '' tn puUllc health and the
few acres of It. Ever the optl' right now. Almost all the November I 14. 1 1149.! In "". uhovttiiinnd City ...r StiukeI. I hi-rvliy irtlfy.
artlvltli'H of farmer III planning repairing, reconditioning' cxttrrlHf* nf controls for .pnblli waf1-
", the mint that's the farmer. gates on our place need Court i and run MO wlir.n .altering, ex tui.tiding., rntftlntMlnlng' ty. faollltlpf for the pr*.vintIon of. butt, t th" nhove, end, foi'n"ln Orill-
llraxlfonl "'Htliin" may repairr [)lnlnttrff k divorce. Hrndford'oiinty duly ..d..d| 5u nil p\\\ **>->\
County. SiiKK I : servicing" and otherwise operati.igjauv tmach' eroHlon t tli,e 4''nr"I'"m""t lOt nil toe "'A.
a S replacement and fences I Tflfvrttph slut I ii pnlillHh. S Si Islr.I..r Ooiindl of the City .orStttrkc.
our or l the i"liy
office ormailed I he rullowh'R: tho lawn nf the $Hlat( nf Klnrldti. hy
Iw left at the TelPirraph M... out a sack of onion sets ire breaking down here and ( In next, four weekly IMNIIHH.Witnccn "Hireels. lnIlgen. .t..r'n ecweraI nncl municipal h r.>.nllnaniPtt' I with I I reKprt tin th!\\'IItrn: : iliiv of (;K-tohir.:
bund and' official ,seasto,,
to Sam l\1t..anf'Y. Ijwtey my curt. ,drain. gutter.. w"t.r "p. to pit'IUP travnl', hnnlt and A. I.,. 1949. r ular
Florida. I this week. We think they're one there, aided and abetted by our Soul. nt .Stark,. Klorl'Iu. thin October lilies. sanitary ficiiltis an.1 suir.vi'es safety and "",'h other state functions Curl. Johns, City 'I..rk.:
13. l'149.lJFFLCLAL tn,' (ha leservatlon' turutec which > .furnifd municipal The above and foregoing. onll
I of the most satisfactory thingsto stock. have the Idea of getting ( UK AT.) A. J. Thoman, tlon or Improvement 1 of the public Kovernmentavtttiln arn pi i hy theIr name unit. received by mil. ana ap-

grow. We UHO thorn almost 'ome scrap aluminum tubing AM Clerk, of Half..I Court health nnd mifety Indudlnir honpltulH. hniindnrlwN, ansi are otherwise p.r. nrovod, by m. on this, the 4th day

Cow teitteil for Bang's disease I fence-buster Lily, and her none- I Unity on our table and they'reeasy cheap to serve' as a frame for .fly Haven 3. llendernon,Crrmuv, U. C.Inhn Newnan-: fire Ktatlonw and fire fight formed. 'by the state and roiintv, ovvrnmvntn fl of October A. n.. 1949.
... ,, ,
1'1\1 'Inc lllInt'nt. nanltrary" sewers outnldf. of the llmltn I
this .week. Have not received the too-good daughter Lila, by our to handle and sell. gates and use fence wire to cover Street knonvllle: ;\ I.I".t. sewage' dlnpoHMl, MvntemH, newerageillHpoHHl Incorporated munlulpalitieH. or ae :MaSo: oe'tn. City of Stark..

result yet. but certainly hope that "guesstimate" system and they I S S S with. On fences haven't a Atty. for I'lf. lt>4 plant and facllltleM. ifttr-l I II. otherwise provided by the tern.* 10-14 8t 10-21

Is all she is In firm Court Hrndford' Connly, I.
right as
Joy practically thought In
are 208 and 136 1-2 Ibs. Wonder I| Worked hard this week an a mind other than the .',...Idnl In ( h.......,..

a member of the family. to their actual I I plumber's helper. Had our new tact that It Is a waste of time to ;.7rMf'it.l' :::: !, Plaintiff, vfl
how close that is
Know that the neighbor from bathroom drainage system roughed do a quick patch-up job that does Nn. 7.riM..Campbell. Oefondant.Caxe .

whom we bnught her has his own poundage ? not last. Might as well Notice Totppeae.
In by a plumber and we helped reaig.i tinier of Publication And f4 ?
bull and that he keeps all his cattle S S I, do the job. Now have that Ourselves to the fact that we )Fianeea, It M.Campbell.... of Klurliln Whose. Tn* CfltJllIEEP

fenced so presume that all l IB No one else in Bradford County done and during the week goingto have to do the Job right and then (len,'. Irf unknown: rUI-1
well. You are required to ,," i m
It will last.Have .
can have Insects in their fall crop: get the fixtures set up and the I November! 1941, In the above .
S room finished and then S C S I named 'OlO't: and; ran HO, wherein 1 ''
them step num.
because we've got all ...... '
plaintiff seeks dIVo' llradfordCounty
Alice and the writer were In right in our kitchen garden. Main her one of our home Improvementplan an old pump on the Telegraph Milan publish thIs. D011TiINSTEAD

and out of our new bathtube at pest is a little green and gold col will be done. Approximatecost place which may be useful In Ir- Ordnr In next my four hand weekly and, official IxnueaWltni'na I tYirr 6R61V l /\ ?
least 40 times one day this week ored bug which is causing a lot of putting In the bathroom I rigation. Think we may be ableto eal .at Stark: Flurlila. this October

t Pirty? Heck no. It's simply that of damage to leaf growth. Keeping Including septic tank was $650 set It up and use the tractor 6. 1941. 1
(OFFICIAL. : PKAf) A J. Thorn. /
the new bathroom la right smack; them under control somewhatby That's a lot of money to spend I for power. Then come a dry An Clerk. of nald, Tourt.1. ;,t/..( /

In front of the back doorway with DDT but when perhaps but not much when you' spell and we'll be able to water Y". 110..... ii".hv, I.). C'. .. ( '
dusting \
John :3. Hendemon. Kan.. Rlehardaon .
I and until we get a new doorway rain washes it off they're back think of the comfort and convenience -' the strut. .vberrles. Bldv., Jacksonville. Florida. ......\f : "It'

cut. In the kitchen we have to again. and the fact that you Increase I Alt)'. for flf. 10-7 4t 10-28 ... .. \ a
and out of the tub to --
step in get S S S the value of your farm. Ordlnnncr>. lji-: : % ,
to the back yard. In, fln-iill. ('us ri. ttriHlniril ouulr, An Onllnitncn "'vyln and impoishng -'.
Somehow or other going to get S Klorlilni, I.. I hiiiii'en.lilonnlu : an excise', or jH'lvU-t. ( .. 'tax upon
Pride has a cold and he doesn't Tlarfnot. .Miirwltx, rinlntlff. the nalo.. receipt, piirchapo.poHHOMnlon. .
Looks like we're behind beets to grow on our place. Tried VH. fhnrluH Augustus lI1"rwlu. Linfendniit consumption 'handllntr I I diM.'rlJulion .
", seem to be Cane -
getting over It. Guess :0;" 7545 and ice of ctuHmttes In -
J In our schedule to get our eight once with a notable lack of success -' we'll have to buy about a Order of I'nfclientliin. n>i.l :II....... I. the City of Htnrke, providing for I
which we attributed to alack quartof .\"".... NPVIK UP FI.OIIHM tol rhe method' of collection I providing I That lot is it
to 30 lbs. by empty earning you
Buckling pigs up cough syrup and dose him withIt. CliurlH. >IIKII.IIIH Mnrwltx who.. for. thus .p..ndll"I nf the undt*
This time
weaning time. Weighed three of, of lime. applied rimlilvne, |I. 417* South \luln Street derived' t h.-refroni; ,provltlinir u for
I them (they are 6-7 weeks old, lime (hydrated) and apparently a a Norfolk.You. ara 8.'I..Ilnl.reutr.4'..: I tho pffftrtlve da to liori'nf: (and. money ? Or is it Just raising a crop
| to appear on repealing all dtnnnctM" unit part
now) and they were IB, 16 1-2 and planted too Boon afterward for Learned a new stunt with the Nov. Tth 1949 In the .almvv named of ordlmtnceH' In conflict. herewith ) I of weeds and making a burden on your tax-paying
10 1-2 Iba. At that we got a very poor stand.. So.we're C'ourt Hiirl CIIUHO, wherein plaintiff Tile CIty nf SIai'ke' doN, ordain. :
respectively. tractor this week. Still tryingto seeki divorce, rtlKtoily & control" of Section' excise .
and if 1. That an or prlvllvir ability ? But really there isn't why
rate we won't be able' to roach planting more see make better and better buds minor hlld.I allrnonv i't('. I Itrtitjforcl .. tax 'In ndditlmi, t<> all othrtitxeM any reason
we can do any better. County Teleitraph vital) puhllHh, thin of every. kind 'liitpoxfld bv
our goal and the way pig pricesare and one problem has been how to Order In next four weekly l.HU..". .law |I. hereby l levIed Hnd Imposed' any empty lot. anywhere can't produce a
now it doesn't look as If It S S S level! them satisfactorily. When Wltn,Ha my hand and, official' upon the nln, receipt, purrhane.pf .

A will pay to feed them extra to I One reason we're having troubleIn puzzling over the problem suddcnly seal I I. 144V' at Htarke., Florida thin irtober diMtrlbutlon>HHMHon.' ) conNiimpt and UHH:; Ion of, rl 1 hnndllnff:,rar I*>tteH, handsome income in rent or resale value when you

I try to make It. But they sure our kitchen garden Is too thought of the drawbar tuvnuiAU SEAL) A. J. Tlmmaa In the territorial Ihiiltx of the CItY put one of the beautiful low-cost buildings from
A Clerk
a of said Court, of Htnrke. for rlaar"iteM of utandarddtmenHloim '.
ill are healthy little "stinkers" and many mole crickets. If we had which came with the tractor. At- ny Haven Crosby I). '". ax He fined by the general -

I full of mischief. For Instance done something about them before tached that to the lift arms with 11. H. I.,>lIn'an." I.ynUi liIi,14'.. JacknonvlllH Law of th* Stat .>f Florida, Camp Blanding on it. Real homes from $395 to

they learned that they can get we planted it wouldn't have link pins and then had a bar Att)'. for I'lf.Florida_ 10-7 41 10-28 In 1.the(,a)rollowlo(',"'n all, amount,''111''''.''.:.. three $1725.I Low down payments. Easy terms. QualIty -

I Into the truck garden where we been so bad. Because now we which we could raise lower' and .,ne-hnhf Inches lunir or I".M.t"o ,
or ...
t. '
firm t art. nrnilforil ( ..,..fly, and flvetnthi. mill
; have a few rows of potatoes andthey've have to be careful of the things to a predetermined height. TriedIt 'lnrlilitt, In tenni-rrr. on Cacti cigar.'ttp,' ((2 SIlO construction. Or if you don't own your own \

rooted them quite a and It makesIt Mai'hi. itt..,, Ivrlifo. Plaintiff vs.. (h) t'.n all i-lwnrctteM.. .between .
up which are growing out on some beds we made for
bit. All>.rt. 1'erlKo 1..ran.lnnt. ,'u"o :No./ three and on*>-hnlf and isiS home, then here's a way to make that empty lot
that much more difficult. However onion sets and It worked fine. It 76U4.Onler. Inches long, flvu ((5)) mlllM, on' *.nchrlKarettet
to S S tif l it...lleatl..n anil 'oU.< .. tolliprar. .andc save
I right now we're dusting the has this advantage over uslna! lI'r"I': iii.I'ioII ii. S tut ( ) 1'poii nil c-Inaretton. MX you thousands of dollars in rent as your own

Alto weighed our' notorious tops of the beds with Chlordane board for the purpose; as the Ur. Alberto IVrlsro., whoHii r..ldcnca l- inches long or Ittngi'r ton. Iii) 01) mlllt,
board in and aildrenK' la Via Mnffla on each cigarette
dragged It naturally can No. .1, I...ivavna, (}''fl nil, Italy. : 2. The doHcrlptlon of ..'luriirettencontainer
i not correct any low spots In the Van, am ieiiulri'd, I to appi'iir' nn In rtultHectlon. on. ** of t thin CAMP BLANDING NOW.
.Vovntnlier 14. l 1t'4"' In I Iho almvo uncl, Ion are hereby declared to ho _
bed.Now IIIn..'" Court I and "''i uSA'' uhnrwlnDlalntirf standard an to iltmenHloitH, for taxIng All houses easily and
FARMER WE KILL INSECTS BY AIK- If we can rig up some contrivance nevkH ifivnrrft ant. rt-Htora- purpoKVN. 11 H ((11'10'.1' | in thinOrdinance

...... PLANE SPRAYING for putting out fertilizer "'lun',,,"nl of y TuloKruiili maiden, namo.Hhall pulillnh I lirnilford I thin be rerelved and, .Mhould.. any, poMMpmiednold rltrtirett. cheaply moved to your

We In the rows we'll be all sotto (ordi-r, In next fntir weekly. ltouei offered, for: :i.I."I : away _ _
applicate '
as cheaply aa QUICKLY, COMPLETELY, &: %v it ness hand and. ,nrriMal I ,
handle the my r.I' iiHiul of a *I ltt other' thnn of lot. _
$1 per acre (plus cost of CHEAPLY . Job from rough Heal at Htarko, Flurlila, I his Oiloliur Htandtml dlmeiiHloiiH i tho ainn, nhnllbe
land up to finished beds ready to 12, 1149 taxed at the rate of one (10
toxic) and are equipped plant. But won't be (OVKIf.AI SR\I.) A. .1. ThomilH, rent on each. HIM, 'h clKiirntte
with the latest Aerial Insecticide Service to destroy we satisfied An, Clnrk of Hiilcl, l ""rt. 3. Where cltfitrette*. lift uhu'u't'rlheuiI Reduced
then either until we get set up Hy llavan Crochv. I.. ('. 1 In nil..Io".II..n, I (u) a l boY.., a re _
insects in the following crops: Peanuts, Strawberries. to cultivate too with the tractor, T. Krunk I Liindrunl:, "Htarke, 1'Morltla' parked In varying quant. It ten of Price!
Atty. for I'lf JO-M U 114In twenty rlgarftten' ur ice, the following
Watermelons. Plant Peas." Pecan
Pepper Tomatoes. Egg "
because with the high price of rat" Hhall,I I govern'
Trees Potatoes Cucumbers Corn, Cabbage, Tobacco, labor we believe there Is C,hr.-..,It I oiirt.. llrnilronl. luiinty, (.a ) I'arkagefl. "cnntalnlnNT tenclarettert on Building
only Flfirltlni I In t hi" .'..,. or I I"s reipitre' .a t\vu, .and\
Squash, Celery, etc. one anawer and that Is to do the Ituth I lliKKinionhHin I Klmu-atnr'' five-U-nt ((2 5'10)) cent ,tax: and Material
1'l.ilnllff va. William NVal Kltxwalnr Ihl !PackageH, containing morethan
jobs that
can be done that way I liefendant, I'Can Ni.. 75H5. ten but not more than I twentv THE
We use 2-4-D WEED KILLER sure death mechanically. tinier nt l'il>llrtilli>.. nnil ,at.h... to Ivarettett require A five (3): cent
tlMieiir. N .. FU> )
I' \1"! tilI'l .11111 V tot
to ground dog crickets, grasshoppers, mosquitoes a \\ tutu,.in. ;Neal I .Kltvuater u IIOHI, reiUi'inB *. la"4. Where ..I.n...".... an described Extra-Savinjj x
I'nt tint three acres of COWpeas i and l uddrcmi la Kimvntun W. In mihriectli.n, I (II b> above, are I S1725 '
and other pests. several Irnlnlui I packed In varying, 0 months ago without Vim. are ritilrrd to a",..... on twenty cigarette or lees, the following Of MoneySaving .
Innoculatlng the seeds. Later Xovnmlipr. I 14, I'Hi, In I lie ul.ova rates shall govern:
namvil Court, ., and raune, uhorelnlilulntirr (Cal, Packaged. enntnlnlng tenolgaretteH nuys!
SEE put out about 8 In co9.L %
acres a varietyof I I s. ..k., dlvoreo I and lenloratlon or ices re<|tililng a five \
field seeds but did l Innoctilate. I ,,r .fui'mnr nit ii,,, I Ii',,ii forh (6) cent tax; and
Lacy Conway 0 r Leslie Libby Examined the (Coiinly' ..I..II..h| Khali punllnli thin Cl I h) Packngert. cun, tain Ing more
cow peas and they "hd'kr" In next'1 four weekly IHNUHH,, than ten but not more, than twenty
I I' (Union Bus Station) (Temple Garage) have very few nitrogen-fixing Wltni-HN my hand a nil official I clgarettea require n ,ten. ((10))
""ill I SI ,
HI 'ark.. Kloilda, I llil.I I a li-tnlicr cent .flX x
I'hone 117 Phone 32 on the roots while the 12. 1919.Oi"i"ICL.. 5. Where clgaretten. at- described
other seeds which were Innocu- ( .\1. SKM.: ) A' .1 Tllnnian, !: In HtibHectlon I (ct) itliovw. .ire pack,
r lut d have An Clerk "I'n 1.1 :I Court, ]I i ed In varying' 'nimntltl, >f twentvclgnretten
clusters of nodulI's.I Hv 1 llnven. I '. .
Cr.tnliy I. { I or l 1.fH, I thi followtnv
I I II I Speaking of cover crops we T' Frank: l.iiiiilriim, $'"r'j::: 11' ."N'i:, I rates shall govern,:
Atty! furI'lf.. ,
I I i 4t (n> I'arkiiKfM ontalnlnfT' ten
II plan to plant our lupine this _' cIgarettes' or, I I.**** ,requlie a ten
I week and are going to try to keep In firm.It C.-;: llrnilliiril. Ciiiintr. .1
Your best buy in a GARDEN from covering the seeds to deeply |Florlitm;i rolhy, Viola In$. :hanerrr.Swciit:,: ItinnkH.. ,. T'laln-,, 1 i than(b ton) Packagew but not!, mime".,.nlnlnln.than. .I went more,

I Hops that we will get a good tiff. .., Harold, W llronkH, Orfelid-M, i'IgMrettett, roquliB u twenty' ((20))
I ant faun V7511: cent tll.
stand as we are anxious to see Order nf liihlli. >,atlon. Atiitlee: to levIed andImpoHHd
H..c'l..n 2. The ta<
TRACTOR what lupine can do for that fluid. 'el'I' t'I l-i: OK Kl.tlll III \ tin I herein ehall I I t 5'c ..ull..d.I( ... Ol'EV: MOV.\ T1IKU SAT. 8 A.M.: TO 5 P.M. CLOSED SIJNIflYSrer :"
I lltiiolrlv i llrookN.i \\hoHii reHld..nca 1 I Ianil bv the Fteverag' I nepnrtment, .>f the :
Then next year maybe we'll be iiililfetiiv' IN unknown. Htat. pf Florida In 'th1manner I _
able to raise some good corn. You lace r"lIlr",1,, In npl'lOAr Oil -- -- --- -- --

JCC tfiC a a SNow Nov 7. I94U In the ahova nameil. .. .... .................
Conit and 10'''''.... wherein pliilntifTHenkn I -' 11'0'-; .
that the dry season Is divorce/ cilntoilv find rontrolof r:_ ., ,',{ y ". ;t'it! ,
up. mlnur, child I ami rnHloi. S 11,0 ofmalileii -- "..t"UJ : -
on us, am reminded, that this is name. fradfnrd '

a good time to plow Ire-lines a- County Telegraph shall pulillnh this r:: 1;
Onler, In
next four weekly h I Indue.
round our wood lot. Hate to Witness nty hand and, official' MORE POPULAR THAN EVER

think what would happen to It .ft...al Iiti I at ytarkn, ri.. ...lila, I thla (I. tot,.r ...,, ......../..

Full Power Performance If a fire roared through It. OFPICIATi SA I.) A. .r. Thnman.Aa .
S S S Clerk: of aIl Court Preferred by more users
-,.- nv Tlaven Crontiv. Ii. C'.
Balanced for Easy Heully hit the rats a good wal-- T. )Kmnk Inndrum: '' rltaike" Kliirldn'' ,
this week Ally, tar: I'lf, ID-7, 4t 10.31: I IIn I
lop After
Handling Complete fussing around I ; : sL. 1ii
t for months with a rat trap I ir'iuh C Court. llrmlforil riinntr.1! _______ than the. next two makes combined!
Line of Quickly Plurliliii In I haneerr.John .
catching a few now and then 1I..tt'h''k. Plaintiff. VN. Hhnp.la -

pked RightI AttachdImpl.ments realized that instead of wiping IteHtiliavU. O."d,,,Cit. CiiHa Nn7SII1 .

them out we were catching onlya order of I'lihllentlnn' nnil %ntlee to ,,
relative handful. So bought a "ppe,.. Mrtrn OK KI.OIIIIH' tm
Sh.tplil. n..trh".1r.'h...", reHldeni' '
can of a very deadly poison containing ,,
and adilrena In flo khiirv NY
Antu (Just one lick of It\ Yon lire required I tu app.iar" on i
FREE v.mei.4.I '
"dfl. 4 Is Novemlx.r I 14. I It I'I. In the nl>oeluimeil '
supposed( to kill a rat) and put 1 I Court.. anil, ratine, \tliereln.
the poison on tiny squares otwhit. ,plaintiff veekn dl\s>"',, PladfordCounty !

ALSO MOWEUSR.: C. 208) E. 'all .. bacon and distributed themIn In Tetevrapll. ,next font1.Hhall, weekly pilldlHh, ,UMue thinflrder ,, :t ----T

LAWN : Dampier Starke Florida the most likely place NextnhiI'nlng .Wltnenn I my hand anil'\ offlelal I

___ practically all the baits ,I. il I t.fit...Stark, Florida, 111 In (','tohert" ,

1111. III 1 had been eaten and If the slut I Ila (OFIi'ICIM., I L11v ( r.\ .\.J "h..111111. '
.\. Cl-rh I ..t '.lid .I'oiirt
aa good Q3 It Is supposed( to liIliiverl. CroHtiv. li C' -- -*
be..we should have a marked decrease T. "" 'IIk,, T.niulruni, Starlo ,.'1111.1,,. :-- I
; ,(!tty fur I'lf 10 I II I 41 II. 4 _
In our rat population In 'e

11t'att7 Bradford County. In C're'' ,,," 'i.crC llrnilronl t..j] ) ? .
C. -I--
S S S l'ti, .elilfi' I In lhaneerr, J c S
llnth stovnll !Htevnll.! Plaintiff v
Hutching the urathor this week 1'omnile' Jne MteKall I I. .1)r I Pefirndant, ,,, ,
Can. :No/ 71(17(
for a !good time to set out the temalndor ".,... .>t l-ohlli-ntlon I ni..l >...S.I- tntppenr
of our strawberry plants II r I'K: Of Kl Oil I lit lotTnmmle
= Fiu Steflrull.I I J. whon. r..1!
Those that we put outlast week d"nee I. n31 HiKhmarker Street'
i r.: are doing pretty well but they (1'nraslwn. Hnuth' Carolinit, :
You are required to nppenr on
will need some weeding and stir :November/, 14, 1
ring up this week. Already for named Court, ami, eloise, whereinplaintiff 1
neekH fllvoree rtiadfnrdCountr ,
the coming week have enough Telearaph shall piil>ll..h thin I

work planned to keep us busy for Order In next tour weakly 'Inmiea.U'ltneMK .
mv hand anil t nfflrlalaeal
getting ready going to the field a month so am not worrying about at Ktark!! Florida. thin ') what to It's when to do 11. I'MtltOFFICIM' )
I';". Think a< altachln a cnKlntor. la Toy _a.d floe hoW. .... ...* "P*** SI': tI.) A. .1. Thomas, / _
. ... minute .. 1..11.) can beds_ .5 "...a" D........ Llft-Trae It. Ait Clerk of saul Cnurt.llv .
with a r.... Tractor cad Dearborn Iatpi.ieaei. They ... c.:'rl.4CalllTalor. S a If. yen "'.o.t.v. II. *'
. '''.' <<: Other toall. !- attach ln.tea< ol ....*.... Toe gala .....-' Oft a kirk out of our mule John ]. llemlerHon lIP :.Newnan: St.,

a* aatach ."' ins
; Tom. Not an actual one but -

peaking figuratively. First "" ----I

Plus the advantages thing he does when we let him WELDINGe ) .

. out In the posture In the morning !

of a "light" and a"Heavy" U look around for Joy. Whenhe Here't reel proof ., truck volual! Now that operator I ,

,ci locates her. he meanders over con ..t the make they really want, Chavrolat /. .
.i and makes a light-hearted attempt .
a- ___. Tractor f' tfI Advonce-Detlgn truck are tatting new soles
to nip her on the flanks
( .. .
working In the field And on occasion he'll run her u- record. every w.... Moro and moro buyart are -'- .. _
While working most .
Movlni tha rar< Tractor Hjrfeaalla round a bit. (milling on the power, the comfort and tafaty

Dearborn Implements Touch Cantral levee np ar 4.wa But when Joy Is not out In the
eanUola tha depth af round wnrhaf they get In Chavrolat. They lido ChovroUf ADVANCE-DESIGN TRUCKS
become almost literally apart laialemeals.. Na tHfitaa; at pasture, old Tom looks all over \\' offer the people of Starkeml
Chovrolot truck
of the Ford Tractor. rope* ar lavart.DIXIE for her and brays continually niggod good looks tho way

'until he finds her. He doesn't handle their h.ulll..lot.| with such low operating
In the case of any Implement designed with "suck \Mnity: one of tho mst
)I want her around and he doesn't and upkeep. ..,."a.. In fact, th.y like theta CLUTCH o SYNCHKO-MISH TRANSMISSIONS a HYPOIO REAR
the suck adds weight on the tractor's rear wheels... want her not around. That's .. mmlvrn. and finest
advantage. a. wed that they buy mar Cnevror AXUS e DOUM.I-ART1CULATID SHAKES a WIOE-CASI WHEELS o
;you get, automatically mule for you.
a a a rlillng shops an>\\here Irvct "nan nVa ...., two motet comDmodt Como In ADVANCE-DESIGN STYLING o BAU-TYPI STEERING o
more weight ;youneedit..leuwelght
ur"" &. Have just about lout all pall'rnrt NOW, and .... over' y.ur tryxklng needs. with ut. UNIT-DESIGN BODIES
: with the Idea of raising All Work Guaranteed

T i TO. I when you don't chickens as a side line on a general -

! - J.. farm. We've had more SMITH'S GARAGE TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

f -I Inc. trouble with them and more bother I
than with anything else, nol AND MACHINE SHOP

to mention a mere Item .of ex FLA.
Temple Ate. $eark.
1136 W. !Main St.. South Gainesville, Fla. pensr, with mash at about S3.10 ,

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I Frances Townsend.j Chapter 48*. Klorlilrf Statute* 1MI th* thr* fruptv*. vhi-.ll t* .1..1.l <1by T.oula' If Hill. CUrk Troy Tlennctt.Xhlpmnn .
Baptist Church Christian Church I' Ail Ire tor* of ..aldcounty "' Sapp. O. J, Phillip.
j Mr. and Mrs. Olln White of within the Htnltu of the abov* docrihrd but not mor* than on* truat KleetlM: .pieelaet .... .. >. (Market
territory anil all other Inter *. Mhatl com. from any on* ml* fat. Urown, Clerk; O T. E'tt..1.1',
"The Returning King" U the Bible School begins at 10 a.m. I Starke visited Mr. and Mrs." II. U. if><.! peraona have th* rlirht 1 t o dene* dltrlct for which county T. M. Wllllnin.*. Nat William..
Come and bring your friends and |Lewis! Sunday afternoon. attend thla hearlnic. anil be heardII Hoard .mvmbcrT In provided by law rltl*>a fwrrlmrl. 1m.: a. _. mark*!
sermon title by Rev. Lewis D II CLAYTON, Administrator. Th* prBon. '111..1111..01 to hold nuchofflc K. V U m .re t, Clerk: P. I. Bride**.
neighbors. We got off to a wordirful The wedding bells are ringing ami who .tv the .raiiitnuntbtr .
Haines at the regular It o'cloc Slate Hull i'onrtatlon Hoard .rc K Duggtr Jon**, A. n CroHby.Klrrlloa
start last Sunday for the In our community. Wonder whit 10-14 It 10-JI of ..ul.. cant for cUctlunof Prrrlmrt :1m. 4. Crakaialorgi
Sunday morning service at tli truMt**)*, ubj ct th.W* limitation <>* It........ Clerk; John McKlnn -
Starke. Thl is the Men's Bible Class with a good ,Is.In !NOTK KTO pr ncrlbd abov: *. arv* forth ..y. Herry. I>ya1', John 8urrncy.
First Baptist : number present. Men. won't you Whom tt May foncern: JfotlcI mnuinir two year* as tru.t..a ..I..tI.. .mtfrlmrt ..... S, Ha..t..lI
last message In a series of ftv fin-nit ( ...... Hrndfvrd tou.l|,.. I* hereby given that J have fll imy for Bald' m-hoo. ilttrlct.Th J. V ynn. Clerk: K. B W.nerooD.
Old Testament Prophecy a. help make It far largrr this Sunday KlfirltlAl In t knitrerr, final return anil will. on thIXth mllUff* for th. onHufnir, bl* H I. Minium. W. .H. Maxwell.r'.lrrlUa .
on by presence? ilrt. Hrll. ...1.,.. Plaintiff. VIllurlrv day. of November 194* apnll onnium. for nalil *Hp.flalTax H<'hool : f.>r.rlat .... .. Tk*.eaaatw
bout Jesus and pertains to the] your Dllinor I Oirerx. l>..f..mlaniL'HKO lit the County Judic* at llradforijCounty lntrlrt, S... 1 nhall ttlno b* ..ol..a on H. Hibley. ci..rk: Pells. oulllvan.Clyd .
Methodist Church AIRPARK MISSIONARY of Christ on tartb. Th Morning1 Worship 11 a.m.. But No. 7ft oIrflrr I Florida: I for final Iilm-har, ** and .1..I.nlln.<1 at th. ..am. ttrn. Hr..*y, K. M. Hry.Rlertloai .
I reign Ject "Warming at the Devil ( at Iul.ll<..tl4m. .nd lAtlfeprrmr. .. MM AdmlnlHtrator of th.. t,;.t.l" uf I.M prmnrlh.*t1. by..law. Th. County : .preelajrt. !1m. ,.. !"lew RlvertM
I' BAPTIST CHCRCH adult choir will sing directed bMm. I \ V\IK (>. fl.OlllltlHurlay <.' John P Hnlder. doceaiivd1nlnrla Board. of funlln Inntruettun. In ationli *- U John. Cl.rk; ll.Jdl.h And'r
for 'I Iucille Green. In order to'' fire". Communion 11:15: a.n : 4llim>r. HU.,... u hu.v rul-l lilimft 1 \ HnlJ.r. Administratrix: .nr F with thi provintona, .' of SoJTOJS *>''''. Prank Tomllnmin, Jay Moody.tiertlnn .
The sermon topic Sunday School 10:00 The morning service will be cut in 11"10 1 Hnuth. t ). riorttla. Hrhoal law*. : precinct 1m. ... BroafcerlU
o'clock hour Sunday morning a.m. care for the crowded condition at,t' VliKlnluYou t4*. haa rtf.t4j>.rmln.*.l that th. minimum J IKaud) Cr.w. Clerk; J. W.
Faith." This will be 1I.IorningVarahlp 11:15: a.m.I this time U Is necessary to ha\ 'a little short so those planning .arc r*nt for th* Kelly, Howard I>oula*. 1::. T. 3t: .w.rt .
"Our .. .
be 21i 1949, In the MbovnttinpU rl4al la 4aaaeer> th
to attend the Bradford-Unlo i. I nnulnr blnnluftt for aupport .
Introductory message for. Eevnlng Service 7:30: p.m. two mo.,., -tg worship service) I Court' und f-Miie, whvreliplrtlnilff I Halvalor. 1>'A"'11.0. Plaintiff. V*. and ni..lntnane* of all public PUBLIC 1:01.STHl"l'TII.IS
Prayer Meeting each Thursday The first service begins at 9:4: Church Convention may do s< erkM tllvorcfi ana p<*rm trnt Itafaela D'Amlco. Defwndant. Ca.aeNu. ohooU within th. aald Jr""trUl toPlntrlct I nAOFORDCOCNTY.
months study phase of .
eight 7:30 The Convention will be held lit I cnre, .1I..lIy and control of th< 7t.lrl : b..:
: FIvOIDA. II. P. Morm -
of pm. I with the message by the Pasta 1 minor ihlldii-n. Hradforifitiinty <> >r ml Poalleatloa a.4 Vvtl< toAmmrmr. .
four year program the I Current School Fund ... IOI7MIII4" '
Church and the pub I H T tarv
r' M.UHIII4 t.iItafaela
I Bridge HTrH >
I Rev Li. O. Pastor Lang Trlcitntph .h..11 rubllnh thl
Christ and His Hemingway, I being "Great Odds-But" with th I ..... ... in 111".
vance for Order In nt-xt fourv(*.*klv lnu. .ft., L) Amlvo, whorm .101.'" ,.
lie Is Invited. -Hu lUfcaiFund
is not to be Youth Chorus singing directed bjlrs. I \\.ltn.>Hii my hand Hnd offlclnl iiea, and addrona .la 4)11) .Volt Htrent Hrhool Dulldlnr and *
This conducted in.an tan ::1'j PENTECOSTAL./ HOLINESS I Mona Canova. EveningVorshlp will be rsumed < 1..1 Sliirk.. Florida. tliia (H-tot>iI > '' Hchenertady. New York care. Mr.. 'Kor 3 th mill* purpoB* of holdlna. < .Alatlrtlon [Beware Coughs
study I IoUIUF.'lI'I.I. Alice ColoKie:
,I I Oth St. and Temple Ave. I II as usual with Christian : ( 8RI.I > A..1. ThoniMiAt .. You ar. r.tulred. to appear. on In ach of th* voUnir pr** '
It Is to be a study of the Happy follow.rrtrkd .
evening th
way. Sunday .. rln..I. of th* county From Colds
Endeavor at 6:30 p.m. Evangelia, i'lvrk of nald. i'fkurtJo November 14, 1949 I tn (h .hnv.o..a Common
fundamental faiths of the Sunday School 9.43 a. m.; MornIng Hour service .will again feature ..cph K SKlppvr I IJI (Irnhnnllullillnic. Court and caime, herein and lnnpvtori. nr* appolnt
.. ,.
I I I 7:30 l.awt>ri
tic Services at : p.m. I :1..1. > ..r* l.rl
tian Church. TI.ooklets YOU'I Worship 11 a. m.; Evangeliatie who singing of requested hymn 8Ubjl'ct'l Jiirk..nnvllli>, KlorlitftAtty plaintiff: tieeka :dtvorra. Tra; nhall ut llnh thinOrdi
"Hell". for IMC aoH: I a-II County Teleffraph |>
study will be ready for Services 7:00: p. m. Everyonewelcomo. and gospel choruses by the con I wit: ___ ; >r In n**.t four weekly .lNU..aWItneHH
I Don't fall to be present ... .... Creomuliion relieves became
The directed 11(0rlo4l In In-Hll < nrt. Hrn4fordr'lorlilni < <>. my hand and' officialfii promptly
tion Sunday. gregatlon by us Wednesday night at 7:3: In 4 himi*.rr.Huhrrt .. I at .Stark. ., k'lorlda, Ihla' CX>lob..rIX. il tight lo the teat of the trouble
Rail)'" In Orlando this ind Mis. Mann at the piano and M titti-im. Plaintiff, viOdora I'M"1OFKICIAI.
lad n'
for the CATHOLIC CHURCH Hammond The Pastor"mesaagv for Prayer Meeting and the stud; l..>uli>.. <>\vn., lirfrndnnii'Hft I SK.\ M A J. ThomaaAi to help loo*en and expel germ
Is in preparation organ. of a portion of God's Word. Nn TSOrder : Cl-rk of .ald. Court phlegm soil aid nature lo oothe and
phase of the "Advance". Sunday Mass 9:13 am. "A Chariot of Fire". Thll ..C l>iihlli.Ntln BHI! Notice t. Hy Hat en .',o.boI': r heal raw. tender" inflamed bronchial
Sunday School 11 a.m. Mn Homer Swlndall Pastoi t.l>..... .. I' IK" OK Pl.OHIItt tod T. Frank I.andrum Starke. Florida .
Sunday evening at 7:30: 8:30 Youth Chorus will sing .'..01..,.. I ,"I.... o."n... ,. hn.. '....1. Atty for Mr. 10-14 4t 114In mucout membrane* Tell your druggist
wll be "Your Week Day Mass : am. Mona Canova director. >tu>r ..iid nttdrrmi I" Ttft Hhull HIHHI to tell >ou a !bottle of Creomubioo
nern.cn topic St. Mark's Episcopal \\" Columbia, rlmith Carolina'You : ( Irealt ( ...... Hraafaril TaaalFr'lnrlilai with the under i.nJm you mux .like
Do you realize that dayBible Sunday School gathers at 9:43: nre miillrt'tl to appear on i iNovrmlirr la < aaaeerv.Alma .
Study .1s Wednesday the if quickly allay the cough
every .. Itlchnrdmm.. I'lalntlff. vatlarflrlil way
and classes for Zlxl. IS49. In the alMiviiLliliHil
than two months off with
less at 7:43: departments The Rt. Rev. Hamilton Wesl Cf.urC anil caunv. wheretiplaintiff Illchardnon, I>rfnilantCane or vou are to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
Lhe than 300 regular at.i 7450.
this first Christmas God mote fi> kil dlvorrt*. Firndforifoiinty Nn
D. D.. Bishop Coadjutor of Flor Trlrirraph. nhnll. puhllnh Ihl 4>mler of r'aKtleatlaa aad 1 Remember that the need the School. tenders ktaffed by over 8O olfleers ...
Sunday i Ida. will make an official vinltntion : r In n xt four wcrklv, IBHIH-P "* >... nrtrn" OK n.oHm *
School begins at 9:45.: The You are invited to worship and teachers. I 1.\t'I\ ItnenH my hand ami official I *t'aMl i itwrflwld Illcharrttion.\ vihnit** realdtic !??Csuh! .. hest Colds JronchititALVAREZ'
to St. Mark's Eplscopn anil addrenn. In unknown:
I HtnikH." FlorlflH. lhl Octob*
day School needs YOU and with us. Training Unions gather at 6:45: Church on Sunday at 11 am. He 14 1941tiKKll'IAI. ,, Tau< are required to appear opNov I.
with 7 Unions to care for the ( "I' \1.\ ". 3. ThomanAn '1 Tlh 1944, 'In tha ahovn natneilCourt
will administer the rite of Confirmation Clirk of .al average of nearly 10O who regularly and preach at that Hnve-n froHliv. li.I'liMK. .'. ai*.k. illvorca. Itradford County III STORE
attend this hour of fellow II Urn*. !04.u Kuzrantv t.lfi Telegraph Khali puhlmh this OrdulIn Established 1894
"SIN Who Started It And Where time. Ilillldlnir. ......k..,,"vi"... next" four weekly lnHuea.vilniim .
ship and instruction In church Saturday evening he will b' Atty for I'lf JO-SI 1'1"I..n'l \ my hand and official
..*..I l at Clarke Florldit, ihl< Octuher
membership. present at the Vestry meeting at la Irmlt ('.....1. Urmmlmtm ('o...rlorldai 4. 119!
Did It Come From? Mid-week service, the "hlg>1 8 o'clock In St. Mark's Paris! .' la 4 aanrerr.Irnia IlflFI"ICI.\I. ""',\1.\ A.J ThnmaaAa
.. Clork, of nald Court
Johtmnn. rlalnttff v I
hour" of the work week Is hel.1each House at which time plans will I* ..lohnnon l' *frmlunt. Caitv No 111) Haven Cronhy, r>. r. SERVICE STATION
Hear the answers to these important questions Wednesday 7:30 p.m. in the be outlined for the next year'. TSTO.llr.lrr. J. Thomaa, Jr.. IIIa.k"t Florida.leat CREWS
.. 0' for I'lf.
f PakllnOlon anil Notice Ally
M. educational building with growln, program. Bishop West will be i a 'p.r>... ..... .r: llr. r'l.OHIIlt t...1, _
7:00 P. at
Sunday nijfht attendance and Interest. the hi David .' Jnhnnon whoutt rcnldrllfiIn la Clrralt ('....'. llraafurd Coaatr,
at during
guest St. 0........... OvorKlifYou ..1..1 la 4 aaaerrr.llnrr Sinclair Gas& Oils
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton Visit the church with the stay in Starke. At 9 a.m. on are rr<|iilrrd, to npprar orNovember I. Mcl>anl l-.I.I.: ; Plaintiff.. VIMabel
.. Olhlum Mcl l, Uettndant.
will at the AU! tint, l49.! In lh aliovi
and the Sunday he preach
crowds :with
worship I
...m.... Court and raupii. whfrelr. <-.... No 7449llnlee !
non r.KAY; Pastor saints when not attending you Souls Chapel services at th" plaintiff iirrka. tllvorri, TlradfnniViunty .a of Pakllralloti an .
fal ,
%T\TM <>r- 'I.OH'O" ,
ohall tliliUrdr I
and will also administer Trlricraph piiMlnh
regular church services elsewhert State Prison : .,. I b..1 l Olhlxm Mcpanlol. whnaa re.
In M<
n l four wi-r K IvVltnrmi ** *
11 :00 A. M. SUBJECT: "ilEA VENI.Y SURPRISES" a cordial invitation Is extended the rite of confirmation \ my hand and ifflrlal maat Fl and. poptofflca. .addrenii l> EXPERT AUTO REPAIRS
Bible School at 10.00 A.M. BTU at 6 :30 P.M. and warm welcome will be recelv Saturday October 29 10:3( .15. I14UKFICIAI Starkv.-* Florida, Ihln ihloliBi N..Kl:"I'T faun North:: 8l.Kl l. of Tano T.i Hlr...l t. Oltof Goodrich Tires, Tubes & Batteries

a.m. Confirmation Class. 8 p.m. :(; KHM.) A. .' ThxmaiiAn You are required to appar on
l Music At The Service Paris! Cli. rk of raid (Court Nov 7th. 1949. In tha above namedCourt ,
Special Evening ed.At Vestry meeting In the Hv Itrtvrn 1'rowhv. fiK <.. I and ...u.e. wherein plaintiff TEMPLE: AVE.: OPPOSITE COUNTY JAIL
House. K. IVrrvman.. Ktarke. Florida' n..eki<. divorcx.. Iiradrord CountyTnlxKraph

The Tabernacle Sunday Oct. 30' -- 9.45: a.m. Ally for I'If. 10-81 41 11-11 In. next, four(hall weekly. tiubllxlt l I.iii..thla i>. Order

Church School nursery throuRl, la C Irriilt (......r. llrailforH Conolrr'lorlNni I "'Itnenn my hand and offlriaieal
Topics at the Tabernacle In 4 .. at Mlarke, Florida. this OutvberOFFIClAt
Sunday hanrery.K
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke junior high. 11 am., Kite of Confirmation .'. Xorman, I'lalntlff. v... KdniiVorman 4 I.'
were: "Whose shall the* and sermon by Blsho| I lirfrndant.. Cam* Nn 7AAHOrder ( SK\t.) A. J ThomaaA MICHIGAN
Lewis D. Pastor of pNhllfallnH. atxl >nllr. tt uI > Clerk of *.*ld Court
Ilev Halnes "Salted with Fire' Youth
be" and Fellowship
Went. .
things 6pm. c
... Haven Cro >y. P.
>pt> r\l : <>r n.OHII" l i iKdna ; '
of the Hallowe'en at A.v t'hsdwlck, Jr.. (!tt. Au.untine. STAKKK ON ROUTE 100
The OK
message '
topics Speclsl program N'ornmn. whowe rrfililvnce Rmln :3 MIIJCS: S01/TH
I lilr.... In 110.1 llolman Mlrrrt, Kin. Florida' .
the are very Parish Hou8e.I *
brought by Sponsor 10-T 4t 10NOTICK -
.. for Plf
In The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof lon. N C. Alty. _
thought-provoking from week to The church Is daily for tn j
I open You nr* rr'iulred.. appear. finN'ovvmbrr 4>K .:'.a-"T'O"I U)
The People"A week. music at boti and meditation. 2I I, 1949. Inh.* abovenamed Innlrurtlonof .
Special prayer Court snd raupe, ,,'h..ln'rlnlnllrt Th Hoard of Puhllo c/5 vi >
I' Sunday services was provided by) I I ..i>|.k. dlvnro*. llradfordI'.iniily Uradfnrd and .,lvea Counly.notice. Florida of a, HpTlalKleetlon herfhyralla 2

Southern Baptlnt Church For An People Bible School members and Tabernacle CHURCH OP JESrS CHRIS I

workers. I OP LATTF.R DAY SAINTS 1 \\ Itnt-pn my hand, anil official ural. I9f In of "llradfnrd|> clal' Ta"Oounlv Hehmtl, c
No. I
Morning IVorshlp- 11:90 Happy Hour 8OO: The youth meeting Saturday,', The Church of Jesus Christ o' at 14. rk.. Florida, thin Oi-lober Florldn ix.lrlcl, the hoiindarlea. of lh. aaldHlieclal o < U)
Later Day Saints will hold Sunday I tOFFlCIAf.. HKAM A..1 Thoma.. Turn, Hchnol Dlntrlct N> 1lietnic
Training Union :43 though few In numbers was very; roeiiteniilve' *Alth the liounrl.irl'a -
S'hool-9.U .
Sunday : An Cl *rk of .ald Court, .
school In the USO building
Interesting. The Bible Quiz and of lh" countv an prmnrlliedliv 3
I Ilv llnven t'ronliv. l> (\ .. S
Midweek Sen Ire Wednesday. 8:00 t'. M. Felt-O-Graph stories were about on Temple Avenue every Sunday 1'hnN |c. M..i>., HK-O'V oiiarantv I.lfa Hortlon Sin >4. I'lnI"4.t..I.I37I4,
I llulldlnir.'' .la .k.onvltl.. Florida. I'MI. an amended hv Chapter : a<
at 10 A cordial Invitation < eloctlonto
"Trees of the Bible" and ftorni am. 11 Ally fur I'lf. 10-JI 41 11-11 I..nvn of Klorlda. I9IT HltlNO: THK ENT1KKFAMILY :
SERVICES _. he held at the umirtl nolllnv lilnca
TWO GIIEAT SUNDAY MORNING : Is extended to all. -
valuable things were learned .all. U)
In 9:43: : 300 (Conquering: n" 1IOO "The Returning lilnJ(" Zaccheus was found up a tree; .'lorldal In 4 nanrery, rv for the for. nurnott.all the* .of puhlli elertlnir* H...threairlmteila hi>ila' Ol'B CLEAN CAFE
Nathaniel under the tree; Adam l*>ltvaltM, I'lainttrf." VN. C..I"rI'lv" nf HpeelalTax ,
the hounilitrl"* ,
Happy Hour 7:30 P. ;M.: "Thr Chariot Of fire""Visit among the trees etc. In the GRAHAMIty 7&nflrdrr< Wall". I..r..n..nl Cnn. s.\\, Hihool Iilalrlct No. I. Kaeh of

I' "Bibles Up" contest the girl: I of Publlratlnn. aitri Nnllre. ----

The Church M Itli .Tha.Vlxltlng Pastor" came,out .victors over the boys. ;Mr.*. John McKlnney I Curler 4iprar.'I"d"d'| : : .iifla :

., I' unknown I STARKE I II
You are rtMM'Ired to appeal' on : HOMEQTARLINGOWNED

Church Of Christ Mr and Mrs Z. M Cowart and( November nnm..fl Court t\..<. .nd 1149 lailne, In' th. *wherrli abov*: S

children of Jacksonville vnitcK plnlnliff. *rfki. divorce. Mini tudiuiUof FLORIDA ,
-. Bible School 10.00 a.m.01'' her Mr and Mrs. J C child. llradforilCnunty I
: parents Telrxraph "Hull nulillnh thi.Ord G &M k t
ship UrOOam: Sermon Subject: Moody taut weekend .r In next, four weekly .INNIIA. *. rocery ar e
.. l lat
bund and offd Inl .1
\> /ltnef my
Mrs. :
"Am I My Brothers Keeper. Mrs! Cart Jones and Htark. Florida. thlx Ortotinin.

Lord's Supper 12:00.: Dempfley were shopping In Stark lit"OFFICIAL SPECIALS: FOR WEEK: KNIIN: (: OCTOBER :29, 1919K

MANAGEMENTexpert Evangelistic Service each Lord'aDoy Saturday. I ( .HR\I.. A.1. ThomaiA < Cor. Call & Cherry Streets
Clerk of ald uiPv \\K; RESERVE; Tilt: IMCJHTTO LIMIT: QUANTITY -
Evening Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ortagm Haven crtuby. |Ii) cAtty -
i for flf 10.XI II l 11 II
in all the numerous affairs of Young People's Bible Claim, and baby of Jacksonville spenl
7:00: p.m. Topic for discussion: the weekend with her mother la I Irrnll I....;; llradford. I onnlr,. K <

serving, performed with tact, courtesy "Baptism, What Is It?" Sermon Mrs. Kate Starling. (l-'livrlilal liirnett A In
subject: "Climbing Up Some Mrs. Bunie Broughton was a Mill. l>ef..ndunt Ca.i> N<. 7r.7l
Orrfrr of PutiHi-atlon. anil %otlre. .ntltprnr. E: 18
and economy i is giving us many Other Way" 7:30 p.m. business visitor In Gainesville .. r t I r! Or' r'l 0'lll> ..'. LARD
Tuesday.Mr. 1.1... Illll.. whnvi' rvildrnro. .la *lChrrry \
We plan a lecture proeram un I Ktreel. I'lnevilie, Kentui kv
and Mrs. Walter White and
new friend dcr the tent beginning Novembe: You are requited. to appear onNovember .
children and Mrs. Lizzie I lines,. tint I lt 41. In thr abHAme4l .
7. The tent will be I located 01 I C ourt and I'auri*. whr''''''
DeWITT C. JONES the corner of Walnut and TentlStreets. all of Newberry were dlnnrl I plaintiff ....>kB divnri'o llradfonlCounty .
of Mr. and Mrs. P. O Telwvratih ehall li-b t hl'
guests '
We have a number of Order In four werklv l m, :
Phone 7 Starke. Fla.Ambulance. noted speakers and plans are for I Starling Sunday.PINE I' Wltneita Htnrlce.rny Florida hand. and, thla nffli o.lobwt,lal ncallit I SUPER SUDS, Large Size Box .. .. - ..

and eight-day lecture program, 17, l"It.!
with a new speaker each eVt'n.Theme (OFFICIAL I HKM.l! A J Tlionian,
Funeral Director Service An Clrrk nf laid Court. ,
Ing. wilt be: "A Reasoi LEVEL Atty, for rir 10.at 41 it nPI SYRUP 5 Pound Jar Dixie Lily - .. .. 49c

Our local funeral home enables U1l to offer conveniences and For Our Hope". We extend to the HI ic ill-: tinviioiialy ,

services not otherwise available. i public a hearty Invitation to attend Ity 1'11'11. H. M. McRaa I (' 4onr... ..lark*. r'lorlila

all lectures. We have planned I 4tit ** VI. III4Nolle '
I la that, In r.- c
hereby Rlvon
,. I these for the people of We had a large attendance si I.r..n.* to .on* rertaln i>*.tltlon, tti* BlueBlate

We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and Starke and Bradford County Pine Level Church last weekend, tltat hold*n Hnll publlr. .CorfHervutlon. harlntf. in Jlard thr c. unlCourt will" \ SALAD

ANlf life Insurance policy In force. Issued by ANY You are Invited whether you ana I with 264 In Sunday School elat- I houi**. Htiirke. llradford C.iulltv Jar 29
Ice Box
I member of the Church of Chrtsl, Florida. on rxtot ii 24 t lt"! .itI
company, aa payment In part or In full on a funeral es. AO I'M to < ,nnt-ldfr' th d.*..t'uMUty
Consultation carries no obligation. I or not. It Is for you and we< I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrlck anil I anil ne<..MMlty/ i.I. reatfnic., In DRESSING
tli" publii '''1"1. a .11. atl'in Ea.
want to be with us. Then (pint)
you daughter/ Kathy of Lake Geneva dlMtrlrt tiInfliMli Jll 'lundiIrlntr
will be no offering taken at any] were dinner Kuests of Mr. amjMrs. within, th. l*> itl hMind...r.. 1

time. These lectures are mad B.M. McRae Sunday itt Kradfnrd tafc tn pun C'"un'I..rl"iant i the FloridaHrll *. Atrton I

possible by the Church of Chrinl I Mr. and Mrs. W.K. Tyre and <'.."**."..O.e[ : l>1 ,lrl< Ao-t

and are free for the coming.We daugh ers of Santa Fe have movedto I PORK & BEANS Big 2'/2' Sz. Cans 2 for 35cF
had the largest attendant our community. We welcome 35 5 ,

of the year last Lord's Day ..... I I them here. '''''' I
71. In the Bible School which n Mr. and Mrs. B M. McRae visit .
'YO 21c
a record attendance. At the I ed the T.N. Normans at llei'tronn :- A B Large Box Each .. .. .. .. ..
Preaching Service the House was Sunday afternoon : ,

filled. I Mrs. Sue Myrlck of Lake Geneva
We want to thank the good] vas dinner. gu<**t uf the, 1UIS M MSUTIit faST MUM <

people of Hampton for the wtuv I II.M.McRaes Sunday.

derful cooperation they gave ui Mr. and Mrs. WK Tyre and _- -__-_- __ -._--------co.-. --- .:. SARDINES 25

while engaged In the ten meet'laughters were among those enJoying I

Ing just closed. We Invite you the birthday celebration i

to be will) us in Starke. both in at the home of Mr. and Mrs. : Shoes Repaired

the coming meeting and, for the Frank Johnson at Lake Santa

rervlces at the Church Building.CIIUKC1I I Fe Sunday In honor of W.K Tyre I

frank Townsend. Jr. and! Miss: WIIILE-V-WAIT !

OF COD R-I-C-E Blue Rose 3 Pounds For .. .. .. .. 29c

Rev. I*. Williams, Pastor ..r.'t., : ',' ,

Sunday Sunday 8th School Morning A St.10 Worship Clair a.m. SU.11 a.m. PHONE 213 New Low Prices! Smoked Picnic HAMS, Per Pound .. .. .. .. 33c

Sunday Evening' Service 7:30 p.m. COLONIALFLORIST
ifjlf Sole. *
CHAIN STORE BRANCH V. P. R Sesvice Tuesday 7:30 p.m. $1 50
(:Men'.) Ho..e.
Prayer Meeting Thursday: p.m.
size !
or any

f'O eREO.\TIOS.\L Half Sole.* FLOUR = = I49
:M rrifuuisTServ.ces (.')1tJ: ('1I $1 00 ; !
For lower, maintenance lot fire 1O'.ty.f for Itnicfuro! leairry< everY first and third (Women's) .

build, it o' CONCHETE BLOCKS. l III lowar' iniuronc rottS Qit4grtatir Saturday night, Sunday morning \ 25 Ib. Sack y
male' ,alue mot it found inveilment.fhone .
d Sunday night 11 am. and @ I.adie.s' Lifts 2oc up

for tomptet acfo.li. W, d.li.* 8 pjn. at Congregational Mctho-
dls Church on Brownlee Road.Rev. .- 31c
Ernest Griffin, pastor. SHOES SHINEI Marion ,





POTTED PLANTS REPAIR 5 lb. Factory 29c


BnildiiittSiipply, FLOWERS Al. F. Hudton.! Proprietor Pack !

1036-1013 W. :Main SU. South
Nona St 8trke Arrowi *t 'orra Park Theatre .

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FRIDAY. OCTOBER.: 28. 1 _____ _
I KKfCE THOMAS' n I point' .approxliiiHtoly O.427 mileNuttthex"t. I. Mary 1'adovnnn. llordano. whoseresidence ..IT I. Frank tanrtruin Starke. Florida at Ktarke, Florida. till. October.
'Tower Of London'Special Outdoor RomanceAt AND HIM ORCHESTRAAT Work tot c'rinMlNt of r and nddreea IK :24 hitwell for Fit. 10-28 U 11liIs. 92, 19(9,
worklnK xlxllnalima rock base Flare Brooklyn New York _
1 :
OfferingAt Park SundayAn KEYSTONE! INN and'. npftlylnw a MltuiiilnnuN Hur(ace'Treatment You. are requited to appear on Clrralt Carl, Bradford. Co...... (OFFICIAL A.SEAL Clerk) of A. nuld J... Thomas Court W.C.T.U.
The l"nirth 'IN tapproxlnillloly N..v.2M. 1944 In the above named Klorldai la Ckaaeerr.; ... I
Florida Bruce Thomas) and his. orehesIris 0427 trill.. A r..tltI"d, ,'h'k Court and cause. wherein plaintiff Hertford" linnlel Mean, Plaintiff v.. 10-2 41 Il-ll "DID YOU EVER HEAR TELL
Monday"The outdoor romance of a different ''In 'She amount or $2.00IL9(1( will UH. seeks. Kradford County (leneva Mean, -
will to : UefentlantCuss. No.
of Jacksonville play a 'ul..I.' ...atlhot\ publish thla Order 75HO.Ordrr. In Circuit Court Nradferd. foil air.fr'lorldai OF A :\I.S110 LOST HIS

Tower of London", star type Is offered In "Hough- rt-coril' crewel, thin Saturiluy evening 1 I I Fur each propomii n certifiedt'liKok In next four weekly" Inaufa at Pukllrallon and Nolle to Steele In, 1'Mnr.ry.Bose Plaintiff. v... (""....1... JOB BECAUSE HE WAS A TOTAL -
ring Basil Rathbone and Boris shod", to exhibit at the ParK October Z'J 1>>, when Keyalonc:, payable In tho amount tre the Hinted t'hHlrmnn, aliuve.niHflH of! at Witness Htarke my, Florida hand:: ,n.h: official* Octoberan real I "".....r. Htat, of Florida <.iOeneta Edward Steele. Liufetiditnt. Cane No ABSTAINER ? T '"
Mean, whoa. residence' in 7601.
Karloff will be the Florida The Tuemlny. Inn stags a gala JlalloweVn flu Htiita Ktiafl I'*|iitrtm<*nt. with 1V49.OFFICIAL.. unknown -
Theatre Sunday through .. Order .f Pahllralloa and >'i llre teAppear.
DUII'e. I I the nec-eifHary Htata'a DorurtiAiilaryrttnmpM ( A. J. Thomaa, ) > >
atre' contribution to the Hallow leek You are required to appear on NTATK OK Pl.OHIIIt t.l
attached A
Sonora Pass region must 't-'ororHnv of nuld Court.
The picturesque Nov. 28, 1949. In the above, named!! ( ... Edward Steele. boKe renldence
.hll.I. -
e'en spirit in Starke. Calculatedto Reservations are' mining In CH< h hid All rvrtlflfil rh"i>kH xhallhn Ty Haven C'roaby, r>, C.
Court .
of California's High SierrasIs I certified wllhln 6n flays of thedate T Frank Landruni, Htarke, Florida and sued wher.lnpl..lnUtf and addreea In 3UH North
aend, chill. down the spine 01( rapidly thin work, mt thorn ...nIt..rlabalng for .receiving hlil.... c'BNhlem' Atty. for IMf. 10-18. 4t 11-18 aeaka divorce. Bradford Ninth. Street, :Newark. New Jersey: 7 I
of this story which eherke will not ba County Telegraph shall publlnh You are required. to appear| on
the setting accepteil. Tha I
the hardiest moviegoer, thleshown thniixhtit of ll blood-curdling drama will bo deals with the efforts of a hardworking ithnnn their reservation,, will !>.. (Icpolflted.All 10101'10"1 .... ... la n............ my .. seal. named. Court and ""U". ". whereinplitlntlff
.... at wtnrko, .. O><:tou>r NeekH dlvt>.... cuetody of
.. Jainea rial
at the Florida in a special local rancher to drive a Dinner will bBcrv work to !h. tlono In I'I" JvinerKan' n tiff. it 2, 19U.luVlo'l rktang I
title llriulfnrd
Inuiicillat4-ly. child etc.
with th* Planit., .... ( '.stlate"Itx1x.. .J Bernice' Shaw I onervan, J'eftm' Thomail, to property. 100,000 j
late how Monday night only. ( uunly publleh -
valuable horse dncr the!, ',"l from 6 to 8 p.m. Xpcolnl. I'rovlnlonM, of lh .I fuae No. TS88. AAsSCI Court. thla order In uxox.tl hiuN weekly
Rathbone plays Richard lit. Ailv. I I letntrtnient.. HpeclHl' '' I attention 11 IMcalled Order of' Pnblleatlon. and Node .. .. 10-X8 41 11.idla iNNUeK.tviinena. CAA-JAFCTV CONTEST |
Pass and down to his California i ( ) to Hpet'ltil 1'rnvls/oneo, which I ......r. HTATH Of FLONII9AA t.! .
history's consummate vlllan! and will he fitrnlBhnd. with each I I pel'nlfe Hhnw. l. wh.... rea- t my hand nnd official peals
I prot'ropoHiiU onerKan.. I r.rIf fn rrl Bradford Commlr, ,
Ht Htnrke, Florldil. t hl October2H cad thll eltretthrerefleafer
Karloff appear as Mord, the ranch. At the same time he Inhandicapped I p1raN1., Idenre la I Mld-Oreun. .. .. >. TllrkerNTown Florida I .. 1 1 will ha Ilurmudit, BrltlHh Wetit Jnd.I. Myrle Turn'how Plaintiff I ImMlled Kill)
fur In eh.
'' In (OFFICIAL SISAL A. J. Thomas
I grim club-footed executioner. by the responsibility I ( %-"O'1'1'hl if the: $'ni l.ate(Komi 0" n tc'riHinlltli lirpurtincntTn (111I.II Uppl1'. \ lee: .N.hn: Turnliow: :: Uefandant.. Can ;.. A. Clerk of said
Barbara O'Neil of conveying some dance hall girls! <-"tlnn I to thin office roll THK You are required, to appear on 75SJ.uruer. Cuu.t.l
.; la an appealing / I lluhnHMMO, Florida, Ocli>li-r III, 19411MalntrNunrv | try' Haven Crosby p C,
Queen Elizabeth and Ian Hunter to Sonora, while harassed. by a A (...nM.rurlli'N lri.HrainHMllt "BI'I'ltUl4A .8.11.. I November As. 1I49.! In the abovenamed .., Pnhlli-atloa and Notice oAppear. ll<*orite LM. Patten, Htarke. .' Sll ANY: fOKIX DtALIR NOW !
1 J'III Court and whereinPlalntlff NTtTrl OK KI.OHIIIA fadJohn ,
Inlrrhueetl from thin
I l IKill Will l I. ri'fWlVHtl .HtIhn | cau..e. Atty. for Pit. 1U-3H 4t 11-18
j plays Edward IV. trio of escaped convicts. I t'uln"mans' Hotel, Miami, Klorl'lii office for I the mini, of SA for each neeka divorce. Bradford Turnlmw, whole. rtmldence IN
: 1 UItliI0."J0 :: net No propoHHlH will toe iHatiediinleHH County. Telegraph' shall publishthis. unknown:.
v Impressive sets the Robert Sterling. John Ireland front Unalirl duplicate I.1th rr(|1".1. r them art* received Order In next MitenWltnertH IOU i appear on
A ,1 1 MHT.) the "lay
1 Gloria Grahame and Claude Jar-" : ( on hv this arose. at lenut 4N my hand and official. .... Nov. H(. 1949. In the also* namedt'ourt
grandeur of 15th century London tiT Novttmlinr' 1114! for the con ,
: huu uinghid" at Mtarke, Florida, Ihl. OctoberOFFICIAL and vaua* wherein plaintiff
Jr., head the cast. Sterling xtmi'tlon f>r I the I work: ... .
uid the magnificence of court man / Jnhx %..... :UM4M-IHM.. ,lli;. 194" .k. divorce. Bradford County
xnlr I'ntjrrl.
a Riven AI 11) totalldA. for I ( SISAL) A. J. Thomas, Telegraph' shall publish this Order
a compelling performance
pageantry. j i :&>tlll-'11 1'I0\-I..tt: anil 1 TaiIMlli: .
A Clerk of said Court In next four weekly.noes
Nn.. H'ulJIIIVIll eiich Item and t.H.ll nm >unt of
while IColid : aoo!! tlritrlforcl. f'lity
as the determined rancher Haven Croaby Deputy Clerk. WltneHa hand and official seal
The story follows the shrewd f'OUIIIIH.: hot worn north In- hid lnH young Jarman who soared toj I trHi daring of Richard who loves
Tame In "The Yearling", offers (toad, N... 22H nl :Iohox vi/II... Work lo, rlKht' In re.....v..d l to reject
Anne Neville, wife of Wales. He "'"silt fif rtfMiirfuintt\ sect Inns with any or Mil hldM. 1
kills Wales In battle and wins a tine characterization! as a// it Il It unll pious. .Mliiwrnl' Seal font amt Slain Koiid' liepnrtmrnt of Florida t't'Q
1 brother. HltilirilnoilH Kftrwitd HurfiifH C'onrH' ''', Alfred A. McKethnn, C'hulrinan
bride with the crafty connivance younger The Icimlh'lK Mpprn.liiiutolv U.I'll' ") Ham I*. 'unhult. Htate
of Mord. Miss Graham provides the I1.11..... Job %.>. :XWUI-lli" :!. }llonrl No. 8'HI: 211114 lllKhwuy. Engineer I
llrititforcl betwupn float. N...
heart Interest while John Ire.
The historic English battles of ton( and. i n point "proxlmiitHy> 0.l 110inlli In land Is the convict leader '........ '
Been as .
KHMt.: Work to foiiHlNt of conrtrucllnic 9'1"eldal la ( */ '
.j- Tawkesbury and Bosworth, recreated ftJ4ltinnliu.uM llPtreadHurfarv Anlhonv' Olordaim, Pin lnI tf f. .'va. Your opportunity! t / 1
with amazing realism 111 / ..ou...... 7'he l.*rta-th IN air Mary' I'adnvano' Olordano. Iefmd lunt l-
i B&PW Board Meets |> "Klnmtrfv' 0.114) tulle. Job !1\0... I'HHe. No. 7GRO '
this film, add exciting scenes or :JMU'J-IMM.: Itnad Nn. ion( Bradford Order of P.blle.tlon end. X of .. tai *
bloody action.Woman's. I The Starke Business and PIo.1 founty, between Road. No iiuu( and \ >rar. TATH OK F5Oltlla
'cHsional Women's Club held
Club Executive Board Meeting Mon I (

Executive BoardThe dRY evening of last week Mrs. FARMALL CUB
Lillian Davis was selected chair- Use Our LAY-AWAY Plan

I Executive Board of the man of a sale of baked goods tobe

Woman's Club will hold its regular held Saturday morning at tractor and implement 1c DOUBLE-
meeting at the club houseon Hart Furniture Co. !{1,
For Xmas Toys & Gifts BARRELED '
Thursday. October 27 at 3:30: (

o'clock. AH members are urgedto Exhibit
attend. Special CONTEST!
Save Time Work
-. r I .
t SHOP'EARLY Ma l"7 rYee
j NOTICETO and Money! I at NAME OP
TilE PUBLIC -w. over $2.000,000 In cash
The Pelican dub wishes to PLACE rAND = and valuable prizes to be awarded by Craeley and Croeley Dealers.
Pounds Of Your chance win! ftMT-a Local Contest judged by
clear the You get a double to
up .11 to roverrhargna
31 local judges right in your own community. All you do is write your
and the 20 9
{ percent Federal Laundry Done In s LOCATION reason in 60 words or 1 less on the Local Entry Blank why we should
UK which plies to theplace
j I'lve'Ou a new 1950 Shel vador K-frigerator.If our judges select yoursas
of huiUnenm I Only I. while ourSELECTION the best reason,you will got I new If SO Stofoulor Refrigerator tf

There IM no cover charge or 20 lie awarded by tu and delivered right to four horn.
.perer-nt. Federal tax on the door Minutes. It Is I You're invited. Drop in. See this interesting display. x SECOND National Contest, in addition to and separate. from

at any time unlem there Is l Romesprvlal Learn all about the handy new Farmall Cub tractor our local contests where the same words you write for the Local

.. _.entertainment or orrhea.tra 40 Washed Spotlessly is complete and matched Implements. Talk to the "CUBiter" in Contest (or different U you prefer) may be submitted on the National

Then UIMO UXM are In CleanReadyTo cb. *|l'e. Ask all the questions you want. Climb into the Entry Blank and compete for the Grand Prizes of cash kitchens,

force only within the hour of Iron! (.tit-try the fingertip control Get acquainted witb and refrigerators to be awarded by Crosleyi I

entertainment and. that apples ... this o.Juci-n. efficient power-farming unit. See how BLANK AND CONTEST ftVtff
only in the ball room.' There are sat u. FOR CMTJtr
I no taven, at the bar at any time. Cents Is All 'It :you can put it to work to increase your profits!

You wlU find Ask for a mi copy of "Farming with tLc II" '"
our prices on
food and drink. to be In line with 40 Costa! Try Our Fa'!
D I /"/'1" t ,
any plane up town. Ra a "
Service Soon! \\i)
We Invite you to spend. the! UTTER PRODUCT FOR OAPflLR UVUiC
evening" at the Pelican Club FARM HOME & AUTOGUY
where there IK. good, dean enter! Ho", ._0..4 .jttJ QtmfeJ! ey ,

tammrat. playing the ahuffle- The Washeteria J. F. JAUDON ANDREWSStarke ELECTRIC SERVICE & SUPPLYJ.

board and dancing.The.

I Management.Adv. 333: Trnrple Avenue 115 West Call St. Starke, Florida Fla. Ph. 26 141V.. Call St. It. Kite Owner & Manager

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Will Be Open Today Friday, October 28 ,-/ ,

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On East Call Street Next, Door To Leila's Dress Shoppe



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If we have as many as 500 registrations during our opening in our new location we will ..


\:' give a TELEVISION SET absolutely FREE to the lucky Registrant. If registrations do not : :' _

reach 500, we will give away one Caloric Apartment Range. Don't fail to come in and .' .::1 .

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register at our opening and help the total reach 500. You may be the one to win the \ .

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Television Set. Costs nothing to register.

,\ You have until December 15 to register---registrant must be 21 years of age or over. ..

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