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: November 18, 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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'Unseen' OrdinancesThe COUNTY TELEGRAPH .

City Council Tuesday night reversed!' its' recent

policy of letting the public know more and more about the Official Con/ill/ Publication Established 1879

operation of OUR city government and decided, In at least

instance to let us know less and less. .- ; -
one all -'J; >I... WKV' 'KNTY-ONE: STAItKK. '.urel'' k tUII"\". JSOV'KMHKIl' I", lUll!) MMIIEK!: EIGIITKEVI I
It decided by the Council that in the future .
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ordinances passed by the City of Starke will not be published

p in the newspaper but will be posted in three public places. Paper To Be Printed Convictions In Cattle Theft And :J
True it is that it costs money for the City to publish its -e epa ; Earlier Next Week !

ordinances as legal notices in the paper. Therefore, it maybe I

said that the Telegraph has a selfish interest in wanting I Tho Telegraph will go to pressi Morals Case Feature Court Term 7

to see this practice continued, and we would be the last! tl). 'on Wednesday next week In ordel.1Ihat I

deny it for like every other establishment! we are always I the Thanksgiving holiday on I :

on the lookout for new business, and are always' reluctant I II Thursday All correspondents might bo observed.are asked tnI I Sam Alexander. 21 year old I A Verdict of guilty was returned

to give up any old business. I iibmlt their Item as early as pos1 LAke Butler ex-Hcrvlceman, win Iby a Circuit Court Jury Tuesday
of cash register are convicted by a Circuit Court Jury afternoon aA'alnRtVoodrow Griffin .
Hut it is not entirely our we 1 .iI.la. and not Inter than Tuesdayi
thinking when we decry this decision of the Council to pass '. > i morning In any event. Mtnlstcta here Wednesday afternoon of I charged with larceny of cat. >
e "handling and fondling n child under tIe belonging to Floyd and Lawrence ,
ordinances affecting the manners and morals: of all of us are also asked to cooperate by /
ithout giving adequate public notice of its! intentions. ) TYtt : bilnglng in their chinch) news nutnter the age of It yearn In n lewd, Wiggins' on September 30. '
!r1f Inclvloua and Indecent manner"Hi | llogan Smith, Jr. and Frank Mc- ,
Perhaps, from a purely technical legal standpoint the posting than Tuesday noon earlier >
attorn.ZI'h; / H. Douglas of I Kinney. rented at the name time,
of ordinance in three public places constitutes "ade. If possible
an 'I
Jacksonville\ wm given 15: day had previously pleaded, guilty and
it is idle Advvi, 'Users are also hiked to I
notice" but for all practical an .
quate purposes In which to prepare. u motion for i are already serving two-year
gesture. We doubt that one person in a thousand would prcpaio their copy one day earlier I' it new trial.' I I terms In the state prlHon. Both
In order\ that It may be In uur of.
notice an ordinance so posted, much less stop to read it. flee not later than Tuesday The case! against Clayton Smith, appeared Tuesday as State's wit
Ordinances that affect the lies and property of citizensare noon Itftc'r'i' charged In the Stnte'a Attorney's lie-sues against/ Griffl

highly important and it is only fair to the citizen that'' I Information with "feloniously aidIng Griffin has not yet been fwti-

he be given proper notice of their passage. For instance, at and abetting" In the crime, tenced as his attorneys. Green and

this same meeting Tuesday night the Council passed: an I Tornadoes Take "IB nolle prrmsod after the plaintiff (>reen, were given five day In

ordinance prohibiting the burning of trash rubbish. weeds, i testified that he did not attempt which to prepare a motion for a
to comIt any criminal act j new trial.Smith \.
sawdust, and leaves within the City of Starke and pro.
of assault .
against nor.A
viding a fine not to exceed $100 or 60 days in jail. or both Union High ]13-6; It unfolded on the wltn...... and McKinney testified
such fine and imprisonment in the discretion of the Mayor: :stand the cane became a sordid that Griff was in on the plans
for violating the terms of this ordinance. I j Armistice Day *. which they dUcussed, together ,
any person I r ; account of a caroual that began
eaily that and that he .
Although this measure, as written affects every person Lake City Tonight Sunday afternoon, Oct. :30, when morning ,
wa to have received "a third" for
in the city, we wonder how many would have been aware of thu two young men picked up the stolen :
cattle to Jacksonville
its provisions if there were no mention of it in the news- Observed Here 12 year old girl In Lake Butlcl hauling .
\ 'In his truck They stated that
paper and it had only been posted! in three public places? A record crowd of fan saw and' began n tour of Jook Joints after they rounded the rattle
Who would have been to blame then if some owner of city, the BUS- Tornadoes win their that took them Into three coun- up
and penned them In an old, unua..dpen
| The new Memorial Stadium In leventh game of the current season tl,,". Another girl companion
property raked a pile of leaves and innocently set fire to
up I near Sampson" Lake*, they
Bradford Park was the scent last Inst Friday night when they' who
woe with the men at the
them as he had been doing since time immemorial? Imaginehis camp to Starke and located Grif t
Friday of the first Artnictice Dv/ lefeated Lake Butler 13-H In ttj time they picked, the child up. I
surprise if he should be arrested and fined $100 and'or fill In n motion picture theatre
'program to be held hate in recent 7ame who* traditional rivalry 1..1 nun later taken home, and tho
for for leaves under the told him they had the cnttle antiprm..I'd
imprisoned sixty burning
days years. ilwoy n highlight of the season.Hhough !, I three continued their tour, which
provisions of an ordinance that he did not even know existed? Sponsored jointly by the school '\ the (fame was played eventually brought them to to the pot to load.In .
At town believe the should know out of Sturkc fan hand ) the meanwhile Sheriff P. D.
a grows we people and the American Legion Post. town on / Staike wheie they visited a number .
more and more about the operation of THEIR government the observance was highlighted by 'or the encounter outnumberedthe of "spots' before starting ItediliMh and ,'luy,1VIjjlns., who

not less and less. The decision of the Council to revertto an address by Rev. W. R. Faust of hometown Butlerlte ': their ,.tllI'lI to Lake Butler had learned' of the plot in progrcM -
visited the and concealed
Colonial-days procedure and post its ordinances insteadof Ocala State Chaplain of the Legion Bradford" l scored In the first : On the wilness stand the gillchaiged themselves In the pen hope that the j

giving them widespread publication is a step in the organization.( He gnvn th"ee 1UIII t.'r when Hazen threw a long / t that. Alexander criminally thifvcH would return 1
''! for the con lass to Cludwln who went I assaulted. her between Stniko.
wrong direction. True the publication might cost the city:outstanding reasons <>"" Smith testified that when theynrrlved "
tinued observance of Armistice 'the goal line standing .1'I I And Lake llutlcr lifter they had
a few dollars. but what is that compared to having a citizen I up. at the pen late that afternoon -
''Day: lay covered :30 yards anti wan stopped anti put Smith. out at II
fined $100 or possibly even imprisoned under the provisions I : I they saw: footprints whichhe
by Dui'bnn's of' house "to sober .
set Alexander
I 1. To meet In rememh'1"''ii> nf up recovery III'
of an ordinance that had not been properly advertised? recognized a* Mr. Wjggtns'because
I the ones who gave their lives for 1 lake Huller, funihln Captain lenled the charge while Smith I: ( he wore high-heeled
their tack, lnwi-lRh.ru kick for extra: I testified. that he wan drunk and ;
country: boots* but that had been
I nolnt was blocked.The. < fell\ asleep In Starke and did not they"
Council Reverses On Free 2. To honor the service\ men and drinking ami derided to gn on and !
Electricity; women who came back from the; i g TlR"'ls cached In ciulv Inthe I know anything that happnned until load the cattle anyway. After they .
second hIS woke up In Lake City. I
quarter on a running
loaded find
wars; got Into the truck and
lives to the off tackle play by FitlibuickThompson I], The State maintained' that it farted to drive away, they wereIntercepted \
Leaves! 3. To rededlcnte our
Forbids Burning Of Trash & making tho acorn Hinil. was not necessaiy to prove that by Sheriff Reddlidi. !
cause of freedom. | Alexander lied raped the gill but ,
On the wltnes stand I Sheriff
I Loutl business houses closed that under a no'wI'lorltln\ statute
With seconds to In the firstI )It.'dillsh. testified. '
go that Grlfflfl M
The City Council. meeting here I According to from 10 a.m. until noon In order ho wan guilty\ of handling and
provisions of an 1 "
$tciii.a of Starke'n colorful ArntUtlce Day program ", .rc' C'Rp'half Tornado Halfback Clayton first denied knowing the cattle
Tuesday night, rescinded Its action could attend the I
all child
that personnel fondling a under the
civic organizations and ordinance passed by the City i ii red by the camera above. At lop I U seen the new Memorial Stadium Stilckland* cut across the goal age were stolen, but that shortly after
whereby .
observance.The of 14 In a lewd anti lucivlou
churches would have been charged Council Tuesday night it Is now first appearance of the at llrailfiircl "Park, well filled with' ..,...c.tat..r Mludeiit and tonsople. | line and received a long pas manner The maximum, penalty making: this statement to the

for electric current consumed beyond illegal for a property owner to BHS Bund In new full dress uniforms .Vt renter ,N I thu precision. 111IS llanil, making. m smart ap|..-aranre Innew I from I Hazcn tallying another provided under thin statute I Is ten State' Attorney hi. announcedthat

the first 100 kilowatts. burn the leaves he rakes up on his added a colorful note to the iinlfnrtiiN an they. lead the parade* lo *tlio.. rc'\'lco..l..g Htand.. l.onerlhotograpli points. The play covered, >'pit,lit.Thu. he had changed his mind and
Motion to rescind the action was the shows. gtoniialrn A. J. Thomas. tn vault., Walnwrlghfs kick for wanted to tell the truth. He then
premises or the trash around hi. parade which also Included prencntliig a flag ex.l\ Jury returned its verdict of
made Councilman W. T. Jack- $....... Ilu li. tra point wan good. admitted that he knew thn cattle
by back door Violation of Legion Color Guard the Local Na- .r > -Andrew representing" Oracle 11-C. Flagu were prenented guilty after deliberating only a
steps. the
Moat nf \ stolen the Sheriff said.
last half were
win and seconded by P. L. Bridge ', tlonal Guard unit and Boy Scout by the legion to all homo- room*. -! ''Iotub) Tony NletenN! i the was few mlnute.a.V.. 8.. Sibley was.I .
ordinance 1 L. -. : 'time of the
flno Aftm arrest
, The--vote wan (yea), Huzen punishable by a Troop 70.Other .- *,.. 'I -i -%*. *--" .- -- .hd.bI'Uin/lf"colltest/ with foreman. the
"S Bridges, and Jackson. ; (nay) H. A. not to exceed $100 or 60 day in' events, of the dIV, includeda I earn* giving everything they had' truck contained nine rows anti one! ,
Jr. both Bradford Welfare ':Iin a desperate effort to Hcore.Ijike I: I II steer of mixed breed five of which
Bishop fine served
fall or such and Imprisonment chicken dinner at noon Maximum Discount t
Insanity HearingSet Butler made 811'onlt' bore the mark and brand of Lawrence .
Recond time that the a
It was the Hall all veterans '
at the Legion for ]
Council had taken inch action and in the discretion> of the and their guest, and a dincc at II'Clients Get $10,315 :':brent I 'In the final minutes. of the I Allowed On Taxes i i Wiggins, find five that. of

then rescinded following protestby Mayor.The. I the ermory that night. I 'Tn Back Payments j I I'"lno. but were held by the Tor-I Paid Before December of Floyd Wiggins, the Sheriff said.
the organization concerned. ordinance, Introduced by W. M. Scruggs. Jr. was chai,- For Today : nadoc, anti. lost the .ball on downs. Estimated value of the load was

Clayton Strickland submitted a Councilman P. L. Bridge, states: man of arrangements for the day's, I Recipient of old age anti blind iI |I one yard from the goal line. IIIIS I Tax: Collector J. It. Kelly reminds placed at from $700 to $800.

schedule for bus service operatingIn I "Whereas It has come to the attention event He was assisted by Ch Starkn and motion was made' of the City Council of the 'Q P-rt'n' Charles Hardy, A. 1. An Insanity h"Al'ln'for John 'me leeelvlng a total of vthlstlo halted proceeding with I claiming the maximum, four PCI'* Scouts And Cubs

by Bishop that a permit be issued City of Starke that the burningof Crosby, Jr., and Roy Stone. Williams will be held this morning; In buck payment. $10.315':1, the score 13fl.Stilcklund cent discount on their tax hllU I Is Barbecue
for nix months' trial period. Motion trash rubbish, weeds, sawdust, I Friday) before Circuit Judge A. .luct nutS made In their upprovc.ilStale played an rnitstmnii- j' lapldly drawing)! to a elude. Enjoy

waa denied for want of second. and leaves within the City ot L. F. "*.. Adklns at 10 a.m. Welfare ISimrcl grant foi' Ing. game: fur the Tornadoen/ antI ,!I Portion who pay their tuxej And Rodeo EventCubs
Motion was made by Bridges, / thnt Starke has become a nuisance andis Maj. Chapman William who has had repeated ; he months of July, August( and.September Dill ball gave a good account of during November will receive the

the Council go Into executive: session Injurious and detrimental to the Attending Amohibious biu-hcs with the law and has served '\ himself ut iuii?. I'|| maximum allowed discount of four I Scout, and Scouter of .

to discuss the matter. Motionwas health and well-being/ the residents Warfare School time In the State Prison as | S. F.. Spark who I la niembecniHtllct Tonight ( Friday I the TOl'n1l'1 I percent., In December the dUcountI I the New River District Boy
seconded by Hazen and car. ; of the City of Starku:, and I|>I well the boy's reformatory was I :Welfare Hoard, sLut tea doe Journey%$ to Luke City to I (drop to three percent. In January Scout of America will hold their

ried. After discussion motion was ""Whereas after careful consideration chuduled to be tried In the fall I, Plait the "nuikeiip" wat rants. ale! faro a formidable, team that hai two percent, and ,In February, one District Barbecue and Rodeo at

made by Bridges that permit be the City Council of the 'erm of court here this week on heliig/ tot wllrd..1 trout I the Stat beaten Gainesville. Dullea 'Leon percent. tho Lake Butler Football Field on

denied Mr. Strickland to operatea City of Starke Is of the opinion 'hnl Itell of breaking and enteiing. ('ituipt I oIler's office III Tiillahnn- lEigh Ocnlu' Live Oak tutu,,1 him Mr. Kelly states that many tux.I Tuesday evening. Nov. 22, at 7

service In Starke. Motion was that the burning of trash, rubbish [ However, when the case was ",!,<.. and In most nectlons of the tied St Paul., The only game I' payers' are hmrylng to take advantage o'clock. Parent of all Cubs and

Neconded by Hazen and vote was weeds sawdust and leaves within (called Judge Adkinn announced I .state they Already have been received. lout hy Lake City no far thin sea- of this substantial *avlngj Scouts are urged to attend and to

as follows: Yeas Hazen, Bridges the City of Starke should be prohibited that "The court, having a reasonable ,. The lists of certified recipients non was to the powerful Mainland bring their friends. A small charge
Jackson. Nay: Bishop.A ; ground to believe that the were made up In thn State of Daytona I j Delegates Attend will be made to cover expenses.

resolution was Introduced by 'Now therefore be It ordained, rendent John Williams, Is ..dO-I.I U'clruie I llouril ti tic. .. III Jacksonville II 1>Hiiiad l/o..c,. The District officers headed. by

Hazen seconded by Jackson and hv the City Council of the City of I he court, upon Its own motion alter I the State Budget.. Com- The Tornado, (| II Squad loat J:\\-tl ,,':,State C Of C Meeting Chairman C. H Naaworthy, and

adopted. providing for the pavingof I Starke Bradford County Florida ;points' Dr. D. '4. Nix and Dr. .iiiNxioii nppiovcd' I ,rcluiiMU of fnndtj to the Palittka B SIWldln| a game ;I', A good delegation from Starke'attended Itev B. F. Simmons Commissioner
3. Parks to examine said .. for
one block on South ThompsonSt. That from and after the passage W'I I lo fibtuln I (Fedeinl. I m'lti'hing, |played, here Thursday night of the :112nd annual State are making arrangements
., adjacent to the North Florida ,of this ordinance, the burning! of 1ant and 1 make a report to In Bradford. l ( .iinLy. th,'re are last week Halfback Hobby MeClellan !J'I Chamber of Commerce banquet the event, and, are being assistedby .

Clinic. The resolution stated that. trash, rubbish, weeds sawdust otnt. at a hearing to be"held Frl- ,">li> old tacit: recipients receiving made I the only Tornado''','In the Gcorgo.. Washington /Hotel the I Ittadcrs of the various packs

GRn G. Scaring; the contractor 'and leaves within City of Starke lay Nov 11, at 10 a.m. I hi- hack payments/ unit 21 I needy score" In the last minute of the Jacksonville, Tuesday <
uhn was awarded the paving contract shall be prohibited. Any person or illiul pi'iHoim, Mr. Sparks said game. Ho carried the ball over Present from here were

has the necessary equipment persons violating the terms and Deeds Recorded II t HIM stat IIH a whole there are after It had been moved down'' drew, president! of the \local, C of Intangibles

on hand. and has agreed to provision of this ordinance shallbe I, bout 67,500/ ( needy aged and the field. by a series of four corn- C, Mr*. Andrew, Mr*. Marian Discussed Turney
perform the work and accept from subject to a fine not to exceed k' Deeds recently recorded In the ibotit :.1,20* needy blind who arc pleted passe* thrown by Crewiii I Howe C of C executive micretaryMr

the City a promissory note In the $$100 or 60 days In Jail, or both ( 1....., j.... > .rJlZ.- court house were: I|| Retting back payment The total and David. Pauline Torode, preiddent. of "The Intangibles c>f Rotary"was

amount of $- payable 90 inch, fine and Imprisonment to bIn _\II>lII'. "'''':" Kthel: [,,'y,1 of Pirn-lias County .payments amont to about St,3.11: ': The FI Squad ende l its season' the local B & (' W Club. Mr*. Her.thit the subject of an interestingtalk .

days from date. the discretion of the Mayor. toV K. bowling. of Stark Wi jTiOO half of which Is State fund, with a return game with I'ulatka I Pearce, and Mr*. Junta Avery. I by C. M. Turney. chairman

Motion to adopt the resolution I Voting in favor of the ordinance Marine i Maj. Leonard V Chap.mar I 1-2 of block 1 SRange 2 W, and the. other half Feder"I\ yesterday but the final "wore Mm. Howe attended, ftemiion of of the Magazine Committee, at the
was made by Bridge, seconded! by I I were Councilman L. O. Hazen H. ,. Jr son nf Supt Anti Mr*' K: 1-2 of block 1 S of range W i Kinployrrs:. In the. State Welfniello'ird I wa not known at press time |t I the convention Sunday through Wednesday luncheon meeting of

Bishop and carried. It was decided I A. Bishop Jr., and P. L. Bridge L F rb' pm..n.o'lorldll. ( StateFium of Simon J, Temple's Sub division office were hard pushed to" Tucmtay.' Among. the moat out- the Rotary Club.

that the Council will meet atp.m. I An opposing vote :was cast by ( Its. iford, l Ha.. I I' currently ':i to Starke I Ij meet, the September 30 deadline Children's Committee : 8Undln-- development of the con- Mr. Turney took the current Issue -

S on Nov. 22 for the purpose Councilman, T Jackson. attending the Amphibious j I Mr. .and Mrs J. H. Wainwrightnt sit the State could receive Federal I fercnce was the nomination of an of "The Rotarlan" anti' In an

of hearing objections If any from The ordinance was signed by Warfare, School at juantlfu,, Starke to I-oicnzo Grlffl of matching fund for ..1iiiy.I Met Last Week |Inilimtrlnl. development committeeof entertaining manner sketched the

property owners In this block. James A Lewis chairman of the VA 'JKaiford. Ix.>ts IH.50 anti W 1-2 of I littler Social Security regulations the State. highlight of the leading article
Louis Bro ky appeared before Council and attested Carl The Amphibious Warfare' l lot< 110 In Woodlawn sec 31, twp. I matching Federal fund;1 The Bradford County C'oiiimttleM, Ij'O Chime, executive secretary and departments contained In thH
the Council asking: for a plumber'* Johns City Clerk. It by School was established to train. S 5. range 22 E. me nut piovMed for welfare payment (Of the Florida. Children'. CoiiirnlHlon *- of the Research Institute of Amer- /publication.J. .

license and was advised that he jby Mayor J. R. was approved field' officer for command and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Alderman of letroactivrly for a period met Thuiaday Nov 10, ut :2 I ) .leu. wa the speaker at the bunquct O. Godwin assistant superintendent
I Walnwrlght
would have to take an examination on staff duties In appropriate ech- :, p.m. In the office of II. P. Morgan :
Hampton to Carl Rhoden of .
his who
Nov. 15.Pecan. |, greater than DO day topic being "Beyond of the State Prison,
In some nearby place where I dons of command within the(Hampton. NE quarter of the NW Prediction made for | superintendent of public! Instruc t To-morrow1'. I had been scheduled as speaker at \
were July
held. probably the Plumbing 'I Fleet MarIne Force with pri-j,i quarter/ In SK ror. of sec. 28, twp. tion. this meeting, was unable to bopresent
August, and
assistance I
Board In Gainesville or Jacksonville Volume Up many emphasis on advanced In-,i7 H. range 22 B. fleptemhcr" I Mm. Ina Steel. field reprenent- I because of Illness.
Attend Press MeetingHeld
before a license could be Issued At Second Sale '..>rictiitn! In the doctrine and!I I I Kate B. Sheppard of Starke to I piymcnt to thu aged and blind, ally itt the commission, explained { ,
when .
the State Commla-
to him.Motion i technique of the amphibious. BHsiiult. -Mr., and Mrs. John T. Dukes of Budget that the locnl committee I Is part of ; At Naples
was made by Hazen that Around 20.0OO pound of pecan Recognized a* the oul-|I New ItIver. R 1-2 of the SB, sing released only 73 percent ofappropriated I thit' xtMtewldn planning commlimlorifor ,, Wainwright NamedTo

a license be Issued to the Amert- were sold at the Starke State standing rchool of Its kind. It I Ml I I'fiiaiter,', and the NW quarter of funds. because there I children anti youth. She urged ,I I Mr. and Mm.. K.: L Mntthewn Hotel Commission

Congo Rxpedition for Dec. 7, 8 at Farmers Market auction Tuemlay!['attended by Army and Navy offl-t the SK quarter In sec. 11, twp. 81| were InHiifflclrnt funds to meetfull >. the committee to beecmu, acqunlnted / attended the annual fall meeting

$10 per day. Motion was secondedby at prices ranging from 16 to 31 tern as well a* officer of foreign'' S, range 20 R. It I'proprl"' tlon.. When the with the total public and private I II II Ii |lof the Florida Press Annoclatlon : Announcement has been mad
Bridges and carried. and 1-2 cents i|government I I Mr. and Mr*. O. C Geiger of I<''/Kl>
Motion was made by Bishop that The next: sale will be held Tues. '1 Mil (or Chapman, who ....l'v..1, Bradford County to Mr. and Mrs. Klein. levied I additional taxes., thi* within the county lo leant trannportatl'in to the convention Jr. of Starke .as a deputy
all ordinances passed by the CityIn day Dec. 6.Appreciation. with the Kleventh Marine Regi-''Homer I-eCIeitcer of Bradford fiimlH were' releued what agencies. and organized wa offered Florldn publishers hotel commissioners. At the present -

the future be posted in three "nnent aboard the trss Astoria, County. NK 1-2 of !NK 1-2 of sec I, I group of people In the county, 'are through the courtcy of the Tan Wainwright U assigned

.following places:- city hall fire and with Pacific Fleet. Marine::20, twp 6 S, range 22 R. Funeral Friday actively engaged In nerving/ children limit TrallwayM Butt Company, to the Jacksonville\ office. of the

kUtlon. court house, for a periodof Day Force headquarter during World Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn of For Frank DavisFrank I'I and youth. how ninny children ,, Thi'HH busses were alari u.ird to Hotel! Commission, but it Is understood

four week after their enact- Mr*. Wm. W Heintz. holding a r War n, took part In the bottle of I Hampton to Mr and Mrs.. )[. M. II I! they reach and what program they take publishers on a tour of Col- that he will soon assume. hu

ment. Motion was seconded by 10 percent ticket entitling her to Midway the Coral Pea raids, amithe Williams of Hampton. Track of Davis. 55. died Friday;II offer Dated upon thin Information '''liar County which Included a vi,,-1 duties as hotel Inspector for this

Bridges'! and carried.A $27 In trade coupons, was winnerat Pfkltu and Okinawa campalgn land In the NW 1-' of the NK: 1-4'' Nov 11 In Klnney' Heat Home on !! the committee then may seek the It to the producing oil well of district.

letter dated Nov. 11 from Appreciation Day Wednesday, ,. H. was awarded the Legion of ....-. :to, twp. 7 H. range 22 K. I Cherry St. He had been an Invalid -I|cooperation nf i local I agencies, |I' the Humble' Oil Co. at Sunnlland Mr Wainwright recently closed

Gulf Oil Corporation was read, afternoon. Names called before! of Merit medal and the Mr. and Mrs. Wallace C. Faulk for several year and before en-j I clubs churches. and organization' Stuart Itabb of the ColII..rCounty out his insurance and real estate

asking for a reconsideration of the Mr*. Helntz's were Mrs. JM.\. Bronze Star medal. of Duval County to Mr. and Mrs.I terlng. the home lived with hid' |, to strengthen and extend the ttr- news did a great Job of agency at 127 West Call St.
value of S12.000 placed on the per. Morgan and Mildred Douglas but Chapman wa graduated from John Kalligeros of Queen Coun aged mother. near the Pine I/evcl, vices. until they reach all children !I'' program arranging .which Included \ -
onal property awesrnent for the they were not present. Del..ind High School and the Uu- ty.N. Y Lots 1, 2, and 3 of block Baptist Church. I[ within the county [ some of Naple famed deep Recent Births
1919 tax roll. No reduction waj jlvcrsity of Florida. 12 tn the Livingston, Truby and !i MM.. Steele stated that the giml | seal flHhinir. A highlight of the entertainment
granted. I Building PermitThe Company's Addition, to Htarko. I lie was a former mechanic and of the Florida Children'* Comml-, Will a "..wantp bug Mr and Mrs. Dill Saunders of

Motion was made by Hazen that Get CertificatesThree Mr. and Mr.*. I. J Wynn of was born In Alarhua County on'I Hion ,IM to help the youth of Florida'' gy" "//lI'RdOl. exhibiting the el.ib Jacksonville announce the birthof
Permit No. 70S. Issued to R. A. following building permit Hampton to Mr and Mrs.. M. M. I Nov. 12. 1801. He! Is survived by ,: find Its place In society no that ,' orately!' rigged' l vehicle' lined by a baby girl Amanda Lou on

Green on June 3, 1919. be cancelled were recently issued by the city of residents n f Stark.' Williams tit Starke, NW1-4 nC his mother, Mrs. Jame D. Davis enc.li may become a happy and useful hunter In th.ttlreU/ to make ex October 29. Mr. Saunders I I.. the
who \Li alo> In Rest Homeat
for three houses to be placedon Starke: : .. ere issued. t..chln.rtitl. / NKI-4 of sec :SO.: twp. 7 8. rang i the Kin/iey' I citizen. f pedition Into the wild of thuRvergtude former Miss Annette Gunter ot
West Call St., went of the A- W. H Yawn on Madison Street. cate by the. State Department 22 K':. ; present time. The next meeting of the Bradford ( .*. Starke.
mertcan Legion home, and that In Starke Heights Addition. asphalt or Education. during October Rvon Berryman of Bradford Funeral services were held In the County commute will be held I A I' Cook. of Plant City win Mr.\. and Mrs. Jack Eddy of

the necessary action be taken to ahangle, residence, ja.OOO ,, The recipient were: Pint ''County to Board of Public In-,, DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Monday II | Dei13 with Dr A Y. Covington elected. president of the Aisoclatioii Waldo announce the arrival of a
have the building; removed from R. B. Alvarez A. L. Alvarez Addition uate Ja, C: Hobbs and Grad-I' htmctlon' of Bradford County. afternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev., .i'A upeaker It I la hoped that all I fur th) new year, while "K.L. : daughter: Bonnie Shlanne, on October

the property. Motion -wa* secondedby to Starke frame house, met ffctlla Kimt-nburg; .... Lot 3. 4, a and 8 of block 35 In!I W F.. Hall officiating. Interment 'member of the committee will bel i Matthew of Starke was elected 1 I 29 In Alachua County Hos

Bishop and carried by unanimous al roofing. S2 OO. 'I i Mrs. F....i. L. Sapp Crosby Peek' Addition to Starke wa In Crosby Lake Cemetery! !' present first vice prealdent, and Stuart pital. Mr, *. Eddy. \U U* former
vote. I I J I Habb second vice president. I Ml.** ('(lby Ruth Hail of Stark.

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last wetMrs. -
1 rted my dear r>rl Gladys Carter 1!Jin h> hwhaol at Starke. AD th< sari and 2.lip.. baking powder.Mix : COWIIn. Miss Joan, Wal1&S'aeeney. CulJin. A. H. Kelsey. visit*!* ye.son. '

Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED am ... glad to hear that the mtftUtt. -jCartra. I have viatted. XetOe and' aJD together. and chin HAMPTONBy I jhav.r returned"after a brief visit to,, Joe Ke.,. In .Ja.. c.ItOAVllJt
..... and elders have been prayingto ;JMJnnle Carter and Le4a Mae. The.pinch off bits the size of a large last ,week, where be was e: stnnw

t87 E. U. MATTHEWS. Owwcw-Eerro \ heal Rer SlrWkUnd. I do be-'Austin and the OMeens, the Johna. marble and roO into a wnaB baQ,"a; Mr. M. C. S we>e eT l .rM"ji"d".,.. William I with ppend cU at the NHospital. .,
faitu and Shirty Moaley and the Pad- 1.roll in ahredded coconut ) .
brve that if zee have enouch: the weekend :
sad K W.wd" a* .....< Honell ';*nt
rMBabed Every Friday and son
ISCJ&X. and are anointed with nl aa tbeylove (jretta, dear 1..0.mall" by that bake on a greaed oookw sheet .. with Mr and,1
('- Matter at the r- Jp" SfV OfBc at Stark rim. done that healing: C'.aJto.. ar-I name. The SroBey amity, and my Place them a Inches apart' in ,I The Bapa Young People Choir.. in I ,innellon, and tamil I CARD OF TIIAMf.We .
''N'fmJ'11ah004. I think unnncr and,1:111: Mildred J sent my love and oven 550 degreea Bake 12 nun. was entertained last FrIday... Mrs FranWIU&IN oon. former
MEMBER 1949 medicine ahould be alao used, along 'prayer to every one last night a* Watch closely make. about five ning by Rev Robert Cray at tn 1 Mr and Mrt A L O Iron Torrtngton I II wish to express our 13.1 y ,.
with :praj>er Ovid help Ihotte who 't lay awake. Tea you should an be ,"11m 'Theae are grand :home of Mr Thn F Bro-rn.I winter m.d<- amved in Florida ,preciation to member. of t-v Ainerican .

.a.eeyrda $Z.M A.aWIy SI..M For Ma 1So... help then ejvea. Tee ....ho are!' Kirk I tai' happy In your lovely community' ; j I Digger i* down m the yard,,,About:sue present to enjoy thee Conn and wire visiting, many Legion the Sac\ i*,
i tfo to Rev Strickland and have him 1 runty of aun ...ya :healingjvrayer. akwip with': mild sulphur water to M many,wonderful weather. The funeral!1 i Mr*. Marv W n am* was bontea lof their friend in in
your medtrine. He is *o rood and,,weJla vegetables:' the year round' 'Dolt has to-day is at our Allen to OKI. t 'hIS on' Thursday afternoon starie,.. they were. stopping Petersburg 'for their assistance at the "*!bm1uvenrice ,(,
has. MI much faith. Gad ble..s bin.I .j i fruits and alrawbentes. Doan by Mortuary Z went with bum of last ...**.It.Frif'nda en route tr St l the wlntl of Pte Jack Sullnai/ "h,
hope you anon have enough the bunhel and always the song. 4N 'Thumdav night to dress the of Maa Martha Hornea j where they wul' *pn< died while In the service\ ."

money to utart boildmir; the new,I the mocking Wrd 1 am glad: !body. The fun morn' shone dtM"Dl| freshman at Florida' Southern'""Mrs Duncan of< GaineUI country in Italy on Jan. 23 t9N.
church Laps riiRht :I awokom tneniffct. ., HELPFUL HINTS. X use a toot* on 11* a* we floated along: in 'the Cnllcg. Lakeland will be interested T Wed-: a day oi Mrs Mabel Sullivan and faj
My none fell stuffy :I lay I ij'ir* to take olives out of the bol. t.ft.I"an,. enjoyed the ride. to bear that aM wa elected" ,... a visitor here
awake 'thinking ; 1.uM CrJrCC$$AoJrPONCA.NEBR Clay HilL thought of the lovelyVTilklnatm 'kiddies haHonna soak tn hot ,water''! along: X am ..o happy. I have' ttajon. and wiD attend the State
:====- gala: and -oroen Daly I','a few minutes. They .niB blow 'QIt|II buahe, nt apples and AO Convention .t Orlando, New. IB 1>,{t.I: CREWS SERVICE STATION
Log: : Ia one of them Nellie Wild1rmm -1]easily then. Have you bad;''lIN'k of Irwh potatoes in a regular ai and 20.Mra. I I
leant hundred yard and,, > and!: Bud that had the store smet potatoe turn. dark: m-hea cool room, :I found It off n. B. Walker of Muyritte.! :I
\II.h.w. ewcri pa eiag c 1 4 ewiH <> at a I
d.v 1 eJny t. tae wt. ewwt.iwd.taa. sod taken away. the road The dd Mir at Huch now live en! their farm at penh-d' I find U you peel themin casket room. It lead back under Terns i* p T\d-.np some time in Sinclair Gas & Oils
what' Ip )Its aa4 what ...I smut VUxvr pea and A takes'I Clay Kill My beantiral: rirt: JfTWIcinwm .>, a pan of cold water and drop I the porch and/ win never bel Ra.mptaDItI Mr*. Katie Mrnton
...Mg t rtJk.If away Some farina have hundreds and l.oulae .who i. now them tn hot water they win not very not and aria not rrIInn ; Mr: and Mra. 3. W. Jarkimn and
,, of acts added. while her* are 'ma.J'nfod to Floyd John How :I love turn: dark. Have yo<<* bought ; brought me home a great attic aim 'Wavmt.\ moved here last WASHING POLISHING CREASING
1 annMM die aome ekwdatght -b-N aX :1 table d cloth ? slab of bacon. X have in
Uxur farmaj of them have vtalted rn nearly J that new yet some week from: IValdn.
made poor by taking REPAIRS
: ..-.". The river ia swift' and muO- aD the homes, There ia Harriaon" HERB: is AX rxrsCALjCXtOKlB canned good Now I am ready I Mr and! Mr*. R. C- Gray Sr.. EXPERT AUTO
And ahrtnk .p mnaaAonnc j I.dy We each frnt' a Dice bunch ofj ),IORI4')'. Brookaie Mosley, and!\' : COOOJTCT MOCXDS'\ for the big snows' So far .we and Mr. and Mr. Richards, from J: Goodrich Tire, Tubes & Batteries
tbe! mnl.t like a nit bittemnpPt. Make n one bouquet young Bud Moalry, who take eaJ'l'1of 1.1 In la..er talL I j for to brighten up the bvlnc ronm ht. ", ,,u.n. "lively Dorothy,I eggs beaten Jn one at at time warm and lovely. I of Mr*. BfHe Erowix. ,; TEMPLE AVE. OPPOSITE COL TY JAIL
'nw'ft Innk for me hi unnle thtnra; .)n winter. The b -rne. are a wry Mannmc., and! her Mother and brei-''1-2 Uip. '&1 D&. l-Itup almond.S Ood has von aO MUM Flame Gnann of Therema,
The TWA of (Tain ., bncht red and win lung on anint there. I am no proud of Bell Mnaley' and 1-2 emus tl. w. 1-2 tsp --Lo\ XJCHA' spent Wednesday I\1&"lIt.-lth her
That lifts to meet the ,
*>r. I love them ) .
tbonraOf "t'
i VI'e have had three funerals" Una M

"The Aprfl wnoda rain.. m-hem" deer ha,.. work Don' i. oa the laxt one!' today. ..

X-tul p Moaed lest tblr on font muck, 'The one.tVra Sunday had 1.0 the have man a cteeil was cape no'larjre. (

Vet made to fit him in Chicago.. I ;irJit\
The: *hnreard w1wW of ao.-",111pa :
t retenhnned'!' 1e the order one niphV I' \ IT'S HERE FRIDAY
The )lac dept They worked an nicht and one day
('r *. the wind that are the pines The "",1 FToaa off the ie.end City. II war a beautiful rreaUon.atin .
nudr** at the window pane lined and he looked like royalty
a* be lay in irtate Mnn F M.
tlYWiDa.I'4 X. Kaah I took a ftyinc' :: trip .with lira to I1Zi (J NEW !

The ample' thmm in life are pick up. The the hndy other: of Jarpe a:ladv man died died fcartrer AND 50 WAYS
"hat brtnjra u* hanninnai. Trr**,
ff hardmimf' :: of the liver, whirfcwaa
fl<' wra. aD] fol and animal, how
brought aloohol So
on by
1 lew* turns To one who love* tae
of radars wtio take drinkbexiare
my a
turR life oven never he dull. A malkThe
this fellow war wh a Lir
i. wood: rive one new
grand man no rood..
taupe on life. Temuvdajr. my neighbor -
and 1 drove emit tote the ......... CLAY HTLL-1 am ao dolic itedto
30 ar the r h er to hunt bittarnwee.1 1{ heiar that they' law lot of new
"" > want TO the name plane lust j j3ar i I r member at the Long Branch '
mid ao r'nyiyrJl our UtUeMil- ,:C uwrK Clifton' Carter and two
tnf. ThIS year: a* wee tnnk the river I'dauffhleirs are new. membnr .Ocraldlne -
road, -T. *ud<1einly came up to the I and Mane I hoar'thai Bob
rvr bank. The river" had .at.n in Mr-Lain leads the flinging He mar .

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r ,, ', .r. up: m V-8! design mat nukes you master of any Toad It
1 eeliirors more power loan any" other car anywlieee near se i F't
for r". low piece and aefe! far less man moat carwennonat' 1 e

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'them thrive ** never before''Toullytelda en larger j rra, .! _
oi finer qualify hemes--bit.fara I "
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M=rim that taste berter and bntic you extra 'h
profits.Strawberries need cpecialixed feeding. But *** it for yourself.
V stagreea suppliet it in a complete, better Drive it so you con feed. end

baUnced orntula. Get Venacrecix today.srecc -"ad s.w- Si r sari ..T -war *..r.TSO as- _"' 50 e-" .....-- Nor the fiifrerrnc. .
i..awe- ..- ...t v.war a a.ar-...w.-- a..r .war -
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,ahntb' .atf gv&em vefi>taa/e I / m1""f' lo.-..)_ a.ern..hr .a.ee'v F.a .w -w less it costs thane
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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18, 1049 BR.\DFORD COUNTY TEL.F.OK.\rH:' STAKKE. FLORIDA..".-. ..- .. --- . ..

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By Iva Mae Levels.

I Mrs rattle Edwards and Mm I URKEY

Gene Ellis Saturday.were shopping In Jacksonville -

Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markejr} visited "
his sister. Mrs. Rose Jordan i

of!\fr.Jacksonville.. Minnie! Hlnson Sunday.of Oalnes-

vllle visited Mrs Hoy Green Thursday :
afternoon For THANKS GIVIN C Dinner

Mrs. J K Hardy and two daughters -
of Starke visited friends and
relatives Thursday. afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. 1<:. Douglas of e
Starke visited l Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
Douglas: and! son Saturday.: r
Mr. and !lfr... Oscar Brown of "

with Putnam Mrs.Hall Mary spent I,. Green.Tuesday night Read The Rules i- How To \Win >

Mrs. II. G Miller of Jacksonville
visited her mother, Mrs. IxittleRdwsrds Any roa h>r of the Telegraph Isllglhln e_ ( Kiu-ll "|> ce helm' reircwnts| some
prominent business firm of file
lust weekend. to enter thin (context and
I'lt.V. Take the scrambled letters
Miss Madeline Green of Jacksonville thi first three pfTHonn. nubmltting \ i and arrange' them" t..Mptll I the Hemkey. .
visited her Mr. and
parents ,
the cnrnrE or nearest correct ajnsuers .. mane correctly 'fh'n.U... u brief .
Mrs. Dave Green, last! weekend.
; '" article on tile" Hiiherthv| \\0't,
awardtxl big tat
!Mr and Mrs. Mike Tllghman! and octet +,
men "Should. UcuKter for Jury
H for Thanksgl\mg. In
children of Gainesville visited Mr.
and Mrs. s. It!. Mott Sunday to h.. fair with our .nubHcrlberNwho + t 1'o't3' ". l>.. not exceed \KMioriN.) .
II. IH M nlsxebleenlsxeble. to tier tills ,ilxrrtlHCincnt -
their through the |
Malcolm And Allen Lewis and A. get papers \ .I
or ,a separate, sheet I Ii
will be considered
L. Green Jr, were In Jacksonville! mall no answer
on himlnora Friday.W from anyone buying a ropy fit theTiUgraph >f |NiM-r for jtiiir' nnsurrn. II.-
In our office before 0 route the next Issue l of the Tele-! '
are glad to report that Mrs.
John Yme, who has been a patientIn o'clock Thumb-\ November 17. graph| will\ not iiipritr| until I theilti.V
Alitchiia County hospital forSevern Also in order' to give our Hiibnrin. i I .. lM-fire( Iti.uiksKhlnK' !:, KM \\lniiem \
I days, returned home Fri. ers. on the niral routes said In Hiirrnundlng will |I" notirietl by until nmlInrkvys
towns better chance, w will he ,presented, .Moiulav, I
day,, She is! Htlll confined to her a !
two turkeys will..... given for the E v ( NoiinlM; 31.I llnwever the correct
bed.Mrs received.. lutlnn to the |>iisclcH. will
Elton Taylor and son of first correct answer .:a
I !>< puldlrhrd. In our' next IsMie.
WnrthinKton/ visited her mother, from residents of Stark, and theother i |
:Mrs. Banta Mott Thursday after turkeys will go to a resident.. e I
of a rural route or surrounding t w V W a .
noon.A number of people from here I town who sends In the first correct .. r \
attended the football game plnyed answer I
by BHS Tornadoes and Union Winners. of Turktilogy. Contents y;
High Tigers Friday night at Lake .
In prexioim years will not be -Hnlbl -
Butler. for prizes In the current contest. ,
Elder and Mrs. Louie Crawford .
or Jacksonville attended servicesat
New Hope Primitive Baptist

Church church changed been Saturday Sunday.meetings back called on as before Elder the have Pastor.1st.Crawfordhas in Sundayand beer each The 3 TURKEYS GIVEN A WA Y Start Now!

Mr. and Mrs. B. F Hazen of
Gainesville' visited friends and relatives -
here Sunday afternoon.
Mr and Mrs. I* A Brown visited
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. '
Jr. and Mr. and Mrs.. Sanford,
Hitch and son Gene of .
Friday. I psta&omrf oupyaemulh cctlwlrcreenikvireseie &tkoneceeyg'grsrarmer
L. R. Galney of Jacksonville visited .
Mrs tl. P. Gainey and Mr. .
and Mrs. A. E. Gainey last :.week
end. .
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hague and
three grand daughters. of Gainesville
visited' Mrs.! Florence Var- nisggdrh.crireo.futurec.rchicy.nwolphasoth nsiirsrd'swhroapecpto ybrreednvvobht
nadne Sunday afternoon. .
VMS Monthly Business MeetIng -
was held fit the Baptist

Church Wednesday afternoon at .
:3 o'clock' 1 ,, The next Social meeting .
will he held at the home of ,5 aacceeeghh jlnnorsyy.
Mrs. n F. Gano, Nov. 24 at 3 ntoeilseiv.cchhhdreepssa!
p.m. Everyone Is Invited to attend.)
Mr. and !Mrs. Aubrey Hazen
and Mrs Rosa Plnhoster' were In I
Gainesville shopping Monday af

ternoon.Mr and Mrs Cliff Kelly /and adeilnoru.suknno.rndtiauencref
children of Wildwood visited cdeghkoorstur
friends and relatives here last psssszttreroreeues'o.nhtuarefurrtic
we..k..nd.Mrs. .
Allen Conerly and two son!
of ..<>c btirg:' visited Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Burry and Miss Helen Barry
who Is a patient In Alarhua
County hospital last weekend. I ys.krcrgsro.eojn
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry vtal-
ted Mr and Mrs. J. R. Crews of I
Jacksonville Sunday.
Shirley Nell Green was enter-j
tamed on her eleventh birthday.Oct .
27, at the Community Center p'lsplsisereseohadaaabdeeffgiIJnorsluu
by her mother Mrs. G. E. lcaldoc.rhegnayawl
Green, from 6:30: until 8 p.m. TheCenter
was decorated In Hallo-
we'en colors and a large number
of Shirley's friends attended in
Several Interesting games. were f
played Including bobbing for apples / ,
and prizes were awarded for lekkrraaaattsnbdiof
the best rotumes. The honoree received
many lovely gifts. At the
clone of the evening the birthdaycake oeuwtosisnesesterortataca
was served with punch and

cookies. r'rnreucdcspgsetfearydbkfsusepapimlsrel

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('all on is for reliable drug I

and .health nr..is l at worthwhile I

.axing*. We pride ounwUen on svkl&etanitoepcaemrlsteei ]

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FRIO."'. NOVEMBER: 18. 1919
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J n B&PWClub Delegates I Mrs. Fronie Clemons Birthday Party r I i II

.> Attend District Honored On Birthday For Pamella Lawson I I

) Meeting At Beach I Tho many friends and relativesof And Pauline Gay r I
Mrs. Fronie demons,. gathered: I
I. District Four of the Florida FedLratlon Mrs. JL L. Lawson and Mrs.,
at her home last
Sunday In honori
_!JI' of Business and Profe-- i her birthday: Dinner was I. Adolph Guy entertained on Saturday I-
Clubs held It* November 0, their I
slonal Women's honoring
I spread In tho yard under! the ticen,
meeting Sunday In the Atlanticleach daughters. Pamella: Lawson on her ,
t llcaldcnre. Caldwell Office( Among the guests on this occnsloii |
June Killlor: Phono 29 ) Hotel. Clubs in this District were :I.Iiaa, Odessa Thomas. ,;:, 14th birthday and Pauline Guy on I I
J>h. State Farm 45 Jacksonville
are Jacksonville, her 13th birthday.:
| Cecil Thomas Mm. M n 1 lory Iws r d dJ dy'
.. Beach Green Cove Springs, SI. Tho guests enjoyed
'. -I"' Thomas. Mr. and Mrs II L. young 11.1 r
AII"IUtUnefaccJenny., Fcrnandlnu I wiener and marshmallow roast
Thomas and daughter; of Starke
Parties Honoring Baptist AssociationMen and Starke. Local members I Mr and\ Mrs. Ford, Manning, Mr. under the trees surrounding the
.were Pauline Torode (i Lawson home. Games were enjoyed
Brownlee Have Supper and Mrs. Charlie Sellers and
Miss Pat Lambe Delia Rosenbuig/ i by the guests for several hours. I
laughters. Mr. and Mrs. P. S.
Bride Of This WeekMrs. Mildred Sitpp Madge Mlddleton. i The dining table wan covered
More than 75 men and 25 Royal | Crewa and Spencer of the State I I
at tho Marlon Howe( Melba Partin and I with a white linen cloth and (
Ambassador boys gathered Farm, Mr and Mrs. Dave Shaw'
J. G. Godwin. Mrs. J. G Thursday Dusta Dyal. tered with a musical cake pi'l'1-1 l
First Baptist Church and son, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie fir r
Caldwell,, Mrs. R. P. McLendon filled with pink flowers, .
night Nov. 10. for an Assocla- The subject for thl meeting was'Stabilization" Outlaw and daughters of Alachut. I
and Mrs. Ht M. Richards entertained tional meeting. The baked ham "' and several speakers Mr. and Mrs. George Rivera Mr played "Happy Birthday". The

at the Community Club supper was prepared by Circle 2 stressed, tho Importance of the and Mrs. Leon Ellington of Graham centerpiece was flanked on each I

Building at the State Farm last of the VMS with Mrs. F. J. programs In this respect and tho Mrs. Kmma Rivers, Mrs. side by the birthday cakes. Favor Large
at 10:30: o-- little baskets filled with!
Saturday morning arranged need to all new members u were
Shaw leader The tables were give Cllen\ Lanier and children, Mr. and
dock with a Coca Cola party hon In to do and make them feel wel- assorted candle I Ir j
in the Beginner Dept. Job Mrs.! W. S. Rivers \ I
oring; Miss Madge Brownlee :whose tho shape of an "E" and served' come and Important in the club.Guests I Mrs. Donnie Pringla/ an'ehlldr..n'j/ P r The girls received many Invely1gifts j' FLORIDAORANGES
Chas- from their frl<*nda. I'
to James Roy
marriage \hy members of the Circle. Thanks were seated for luncheonat I jler, Mr. and Mrs. George Pnrrlsh,
the teen. Jr.will be an event of the small tables which were centered After enjoying cake and Ice I)
/giving decorations represented i i Mr. and l Mrs. Robert Adams and
Saturday evening at 7:00: o'clock with fern which were cream the young guests retired to UIIIFK IIOISK
season of year. among daughter Mr. and Mrs., Fronie
In the First Baptist Church. the living room where. they enjoy.ed .
winced favors of exquisite shell 'Johns
During the evening the meeting of Auburn of fall flowers home movies.
Arrangements was presided over by Tom .ear rings. Places were marked Thomas and Mr. and Mrs Mallory Evaporated MILK
were placed at points of Interest larding, past president, of the 'with shell blossom( cards which tho Thomas Jr., of Lakeland.

throughout the rooms.in the The center long of Association. Speakers during tha guests were also given as mmen-I I WSCS NoticeThe 3 TALL CANS 34c 8 lb. bag 29c
table was placed
service from Jacksonville ins Each guest received an unusual -,'
the club room and covered with a were B&PW Club Notice WSCS of the Methodist
C. A. Holcombe State Brother- I corsage of sea weed and ribbon 6 BABY CANS 34c .. '
linen cloth. The centcrpelce was Church will hold Its monthly t-'mrldii iolilrnlirart .18'
hood Secretary and Mr. Linney, I The November pro- 19c
of yellow and white porn pom meeting of the gram and business meeting on CELERY, 2 Stalks - - -
Associate in charge of AHsocln- At the afternoon business session local Dullness' and Professional
chrysanthemums. At other pointson Monday Nov. 21, at 8 o'clock at --
the table were sliver dishes I tlonal promotion. There were 11 Pauline Tonxjo);snye the Pres Women's Club will be held on i I the Church. At that time quarterly lona Flour, 25 lb. 1.39 11'a.hington KcJ Delirlou
churches represented from this ident's report on the club activities 23cUruhlicil
Monday ,
holding mints and nuts and trays evening November 21, report blanks will be distributed APPLES, 2 Pounds - -
section. and Marlon Howe made abrlt.f In St.
holding sandwiches and cookies. Edward's Recreation Hall. to the various secretar'es.We I Dexo Short'n. 3 lb. 75c
talk Public Affairs. It was/
Guests were greeted at the door Among/ the other high lights of on President Pauline Torod urges) ,

by Mrs. J. R. Kite and presented the evening was a talk by Rev announced that the Starke Club all members to attend as a report 1 t rn Pants Shirts,, Boots SWEET: POTATOES, 4 Pounds 25c
I to the receiving line consisting of L. D. Halnes on "What the had the largest percentage of will he given on the District MeetIng 'reduced to cost and 'Ices than test lona Peaches 2'z'! en 21c

the hostesses, Miss Brownlee, Brotherhood Has Meant to My members present at the last din- last Sunday. j at ALVAREZ'. *
Church." Rev S. E. Sparks past trlct meeting which was held In CRANBERRIES 19c
Mrs. }1. L. Brownlee and Mrs. J. Pound-- -
Nutley OLEO. lb. 19c ,
R. Chasteen. moderator of the Association, St. Augustine In August. n _, _
t The bride was presented with, spoke and also the new Assoclatlnnal The next district meeting will I Large- Crisp- -
President, Rev. Don Mar be held on Feb. 19 with the Mac ANN'S BAKERYS Ion 5c
several pieces of her chosen china I' ea. 12c CUCUMBERS; Each - -
tin of Brooker was Introduced clenny club. The meeting adjourn.
as a memento of the occasion ----- "- -- -
I Those enjoying this affair with The president of Starke First ed with thanks given to the Club PEe I A L Friday and Saturday Regular Loose or in Hags

the hostesses and honoree were Brotherhood welcomed tho group of the Beaches as hostess on thlj

Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Mrs.J. M and expressed to nil the warm occasion. CJ{ K'K"54c OUR OWN TEA POTATOES White 10 lb. 29c

Brownlee. Mrs. II. C. Stlth. Mrs. I felt welcome extended to all wh- ,

J. R. Wainwright Mrs. J. R. Kite. I meet and worship at the First Baptist Circle ., ,

Mrs. J. B. Godwin. Mrs. W. E. :Baptist Starke. Res. 60c 1 llb..87--Vlb..45 l
Met TuesdayThe
: 49c
Tilley. Mr. J. E. Futch Mrs.W. ( PIES

B. Mundy, all of Starke. Mrs. J. Mrs. Kincaid HostessAt
VV. M U. of the Baptist Quarterib.25c +
R. Chasteen Mrs. A. M. Richards, Bridge Luncheon Church held Its regular biiHinesH] Regular 40c Per Dozen Cookies -34c Doz. d ... ,
:Mrs. R. H. Cox Mrs. P. D. Fan '"
and in the)
program meeting .
cher, Mrs L. A. Shepherd Mrs Mrs. J. W. Kinruld rntertnined .i:
church last Tuesday afternoon atl I
lonii Cut (;ru'n Hearts. 2-25c FIf
W. G. Stringfellow, Mrs. D. L. !
the Starke bridge club lallt Thiux-" 3 o'clock with 49 members present. I I.1:1
_. None r -
1 -
and of
Nix. Miss June Caldwell Bss ss sBBp
clay with a lovely) luncheon. Cir 'lo 2 met with Mrs. F .1. -
the State Farm Mine Barbara ,\.::I (inuli AAPPLE Better I..
The luncheon wan served from Shaw circle: lender, serving .i'
Moore of Jacksonville. SAUCE, No. 2. 15c ,
a buffet table covcrcil with a yellow program 'chairman. j at ARuckvheal ny

The Woman's Club was the sc..ncof damask ilolh and centered Mrs It. A. Lawson gave' the devotional Special Nunnlrrhl: Price 1 I I
a lovely bridal shower Thursday with an nntjrjiie! silver. bowl hold from John 11 and 7. The I l'nncakelIx: 15c ,

:, afternoon of last week at 4 o'clock Ing an arrangement of yellow theme of the program was "Chr\lIt.j\
roses flunked on either Hide with 1.25 31b.2.45 51b.3.85 .
honoring Miss Madge Brownlee. the I Answer for Moslem Lands"Those I Ann Putfri 1 lb.

Hostesses on this occasion wert'Mra. lighted yellow tapers. taking part In the [program Maple Flavor Syrup) qt. 19c
L. A. Canova, Mrs. M. C. Kmh of the three, Midge/ tables were Mis. Eunice: ,! Wilson and Mrs I II. LADIES

Carter Mrs. J. W. Deavers Mrs.S. wan with centered yellow rnM"M.I with.a gold' bud! vn:... I I.'. J. Shaw.:' Ann Page I Ketchup, s air. 1 IIe Sugared DONUTS doz. 19c

L. Peek Mrs. L. G. Powell and Mrs. O. H. Matthews udd.-tl ,
Mrs. D. L. Thomas. Mrs. Lloyd Lnwln won high for much to the program by appwurng ( qtr.iI' ;: COTTON1Isrl 20 Mule Team HOKAX 18c w
the visitors Mrs Kletrher Hur-
Guests were greeted at the door in a costume( worn, by till
nett high for the club m'mh..raMrs. Danish Nut Coffee Cake 35cDixie
by Mrs. T. K. McClane and presented 'and /olt/ Andrews" 1 bingo. people In the Moslem Land, India. ) DRESSES Planters' Sailed Peanuts 30c Ring -
to the receiving line con- The program was closed with n ,
slating of the hostesses and Miss Those enjoying) this luncheonwere prayer by Rev. L. D. H.ilnes. /
Peter Pan Peanut Butter ;33c
Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. Joe
Brownlee. .Andrews, Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mrs The BiiHlnenH meeting was Spice Drops - 33c C
Arrangements of fall flowers 'tI..d' over Mrs S. K.: PI.e'l
by '
O. L. Ilensley, Mrs. K. C3. DuiK'iin. Caramel CVrn Chums( 9c
: were placed at points of Interest Mrs. I.. D. Vining. Mrs. J. O. R
throughout the rooms. The tea win Mrs. .1. R. Wainwright Mrs. ,prayer by ]Mis.\ Alma Hough. Minutes ) Cracket Jack :'J l PKRS. 12c
table placed at the end of the Tom Slade Mrs. Fletcher Burnett were read by Mrs. W. L. Andrews Homestyle t I Bread d 1 IV Ib. I loaf f 18c
room' was covered with a linen I Secretary, Mrs. V. Hazen ,
cloth and Mrs. Lloyd Lewis of Wllni'ngton Junket Quick! Fudne! Mix( .lie "
and centered with an arrangement Del.Flynn gave the treasurer's report. and

of white and yellow- I -- --- !\fr.... \V R. Morse /gave an inle- I .

porn pom chrysanthemums" kept the bride's book resting report on ciimiiiiinity ml .- Jane Parker

ed on either side by lighted yellow Others assisting the hostesses lion work duiu. A
tapers In silver holders, and were Misses Manez Dodd.( Evelyn: Alma Hough( asked for vollinteer I I p Potato Chips
surrounded with silver dishes. NeWHome, Clara Helen I Ilecl'rd ji i
Thomas In helping her" secure the

holding mints nuts and Individual I Haines, Vivian McRea SUB lilggn. v( the Church when first M :: 1 POUND CAN-79c

cakes decorated with yellow and I and Juno Caldwell, Mrs. S.: K.: '.rgnnlRed. Volunteers were Mrs. I ...

green calla llllies. Sparks, Mrs. O. L. FJeimley. Mrs S. K.: Sparks Mrs., K.: J. Howling, \ngelu'''

During the afternoon Mrs. II. J. W. Kincaid, Mrs VV U. Mumiy, 3r,. MTH. W. I.. Andrews Mis. H, ; Marshmallows 18c
L. Brownlee and Mrs. J. R. Chas Mrs. J. R. Kite Mrs .Itoy Ward A. Ln vsun, Mrs.' Lewis flames Sizes! 9-15, 11-20 :38-11., 16'/-21"/i' -

teen poured tea, Mrs. George B. Lovely corsage' \v.r" prumintetl. Mrs. H. H Outliiw Mrs. Paul nay-)
to Miss Brownlee her mother mond. Mrs. T H. herding: !Mrs ''It

Dr. Otto J. TonissenChiropodist Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Mrs. J. A. Thoniu.i. I Cream Drops, lb. 28c

R. Chasteen, by the hostesses. Robbins'rnK

Adding to this lovely party waioft Chasteen-Brownlee t IVnrulehThin
Gainesville, Iris music played throughout the Order Maryland' Mints, Ib. 39c
afternoon by Mrs E. C Mnnn Nuptials Saturday StandardOysters!
(Formerly'" of Juvkaonvlllv) Your
12.1: M. .t..t s. "". teap1W Jr.The '
Muss Mndgv Constance: Hiownleu, Thanks--
many lovely gifts were on : a Camav Soap, reg. 7c
display. daughter of Mr. and Mrn.\ Hugh:: j jIXIRKH riving i

.- """ About 2AO guests from Stark : Brnwnlee will become tnjj\ VurkeyToday Pint t 75c
and State Farm called during the bride of Jane Roy Chnntecn.Jr I' V.- Ivory Soap, med. 3-23c

.afternoon. "on of Mr. end Mrs. James Roy

W' (Chaiteon. of State Farm tomorrow.
Ivory Snow 26c
n'': Pi-lif* rut t t" IM-IOW cost oWrntern evening (Saturday) ) at 7:00: o'clock ..s'i "SUPER HIGHT"Vestern Milk Fed pkg. -
flnthlng and IliMil-i Itt In tho First Biiptlst Church.

ALVARKZ. The Rev L.. t>. Halnes, puxtor
Sun., Moit., TII....., Nov. 20-21 -- will perform the clunble "ring' ceremony Ivory Flakes pkg. 26c
I .-.-.. ....- .., ,..- _: I VEAL: :

GIRL REARS GORILLAAS 4a1 Tide Ige. pkg. 26c
A prcikrnuii/ of m.ptial music wll rl -
Christmas Cards he rendered Mm. L A Cnnoviirtjnnlnt.
HUE CLU3 PZi! by

I \Wright: ,"xiilitiiit end George of JackHonvllle AVnln- CHUCK{ ROAST, lb. - 45c P&G Soap, 3 for 20c

:trios. lime Caldwell will serve as .
I maid of honor for Miss UrownlinMVMCH ) .
BRISKET STEW lb. - 25c'IoodburYSt bath: lie
I.llv Tom Starling nf 11,1"Irn. ,

fr Oil and Jo Ann Plnklns will < p

be bridesmaids. and Sandra Stlth, 1 Sweetheart bath 2-21c
I 'ilc.T of the bride, will bo flo\vtl. -

.1. U fli.'istuen Sr.. \\ill serve n. Breeze, pkg. 26c
hO't mss for his son und usherwill DOUBLE- Wt'"ttrn: Pork Loin Western I Pi>rk I Ix>in _

bi 1 Hill\ "'. Miles and Arginnggim End; Cut 'enter Cut

of Fitzgerald/ G... BARRELEDCONTEST 1 Lux Flakes, pkg. 26c

/ 1 A reception will be held Immediately Roast Chops Roast Chops
r.oo-itJ: 21 IN BOX : following the ceremony .Inho or or Oxytlol pkg. 26c

\"...,., Thurs., Nov. 2% 21&4 59c 'friends Women'of the couple Club Iliillding are Invited' Al tc,< 43c lb. I 59clb. '_ ..

DOUBLE' FKATfKR: attend the wedding and reception Yes, over $2.000.000 cash Kirk's Soap, 2 for 13c
and valuable prizes to be awarded by Crosley! and Crosley Dealers.
Xmas Tags & Seals Godwin Home Scene You get a double chance" to win! fiRST-a Local Contest judged by JACK: SPKATT FANCY SMCKT; Rinso: -
DUMBO pkg. 2Sc
local in community. All do is write
I judges right your own you your
Wrappings Cords Of Buffet Supper reason in 60 words or Iras on the Local Entry Blank wby w. should BACON i lb oi:3.!. AftC - -- -

AND give you a new 1950 Shelvador Kefriff( rator.U our judges select yours Dial) Soap! bar 19c

Saludos Amigos lOcXMAS M..... W K Godwin. a".
A Wall Dlnney. Feature Irs. VV .1 CTandler, entorts'noii' / awnrtitd by MS and'tirliprretl right' to your ,horn, SMALL: SHAMELESS( SMOKKI: ) Lifebouy, 2 bars 21c;
,''th n beautiful buffet d.nnerfnndiy : SECOND National Content, in addition to and separate from !

ALSO TREE evening' i"t her home on our )10C'aront..ts.\ where the same words. you write for the Local PICNICS lb. 3q c: : "7kaKp : ;
,' U be submitted the National Duz Meylium I'w :r- ,
Make Mine Laughs ,landing: Kind. In h.o.f heron Content (or different you prefer) may on Large '.
!' Joint on his birthday Entry: Blank and compete for the Grand Prizes of cash kitchens, 1'wkag-|-:ah &c
Ann Shirley, Dennis Day Of All Kinds and refrigerators to be awarded by CrosleytSCC !
T' -I'-n-'Ivo hr>re vt s (V-o-
[flBJBJBJB3mBBnBslBslK 3BBKtBBBJFrL meet 'In furl' flowerTin' liuffnt Armours Canned Meats
Hut.. Nov. 25 26 Lights & Bulbs US rO* ENTRY, BLANK' AND CONTEST' MVKS.JUHTER .
Chic war Covered with an em
DOUBLE FKATCRJEZANZIBAR ,otdire" l linen cloth mid centered i ivlth
"" 'fl- TREET - 3Sc
R gold bowl filled with fruit.
S SuIlivao's'DRY I Jn either side of the (centerpiece)i. r ,.,"" '\ ,. ... '
were burning white tapers ', CORNED BEEF 43c

Jan. Cagney, Liila Lane Those enfoytng this. affair with PRODlCn FOR tUTPUJt UTIXC

-ANDOutlaw Mr. ('....Iwln were Mr. and Mm DEVILED HAM 18c _, ,

GOODSI Henry Godwin Miss Madge Mid. _

Brand loton. John Powell Mrs. Godwin ELECTRIC SERVICE & SUPPLYJ. CHOPPED HAM 50c SCRATCH Pounds 99C
With Jimmy UakelyAUo ''i West Call Street and ::11,... Chandler.

Shurt S.riot Starke. Fla. It. Kite. : Fla. I. 18c LAYING MASH, Pounds 1.19J'
Owner-Msr. Starke. Vienna Sausage -
I .
I Ir M .ft' ALL UOOIhl'ITS. $35.0 : ..
__ hn __ ."....., yl I I:' tn ,n..50 at ALVAKKZ1. _


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---= Funder i: .tl1F fur. rir. ii-tg 41 ij-i U. 1919.Up'e'ltitt.. ford County. Telegraph, Hhull panllHh -*
Mrs. L. J. I
I'L Miss Janet Anderson and 1\IIss Coach and ...
( ANAA.: .T Tho man, thtM inli-i In nut four wv ttiv
Hilda Searing of Jacksonville wen burk spent last weekend withIrl..n" ) Bottom In I........It (bar.. Urn-Irani CnuMr.rlorUIni An flerk of cult Court, I.....<*K .
Beach. While Booger In I hmiTrr.Ni Ity Haven "I'ronliy: l I. O \\ lln. in mv hum. and. nfrl",1 l l seal
Bleats[: of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.. Anderson In Daytona I >lli'.. t* Iliilililtt, l I'lalntirr. v*. 'r. Frank 'Idtnitriint. Htarkfi., Klorlita, nt Htnrki' KlorlilH, thin Nf>venih" "r
saw the Maltland for IMf 11 II it 12.u Ir.. I'lt'l.OKKI'MAI..
last weekend. there they Frank M.1'1"Orilvr "- "* -.". < "-", Ally -
( SRAr.l A .1. Thorn,
football and or Minn Cnthrrlnr OttlnivMrs. Ni 10
Van Patel and family had at Lake City game ot .'.."I1."tl... ......11..1..-.* tot In 4'lrf-itlf C........ Hrnilforil CiiuntyFliirlilm A. Clark nf flalil (our,
Saturday attended Homecoming \ Ily IIn\. n. I'ronliv. ,.. C.
Roscoe Rot I >lllir. "Ttrn] Ol-1 KI.OMIII \ lot In ( bnnirrr.TtioniaH
their .
guests Friday festivities at Stetson University. Lyle r Blow returned tohrr Kimik. .It.hhllt. whon<* n-nlilwiii-e. mill.lil'IroB .lon.*ph. Kalo, f'lalntlfr' vnThriMii T "I'' .Ink l.iiiilriim, HtArk. Plorlt&
'Ins of Stuart Mrs. Margie Gallo I. ,!.'9 Mlv f..i, flf 11-18 4t II..
THE N18W5 I Alt.nvenili'| ', 'l.ln- Kiito, 'Iii'finilan of Pa & K-rl-V Star Krand & home In Berllnglon, Vt.. after ili'ti. N..w Jti-H, .>yMI 7(11.1.(
way and daughter Linda Hoy( ? spending\ .. week with her sister I "' il ru required. to appear, onl" ......... nt Pahllualon nnil4.i/lre tn '--. '
II'" .. latka and Harrison Galloway alec Poll 'Parrot !shoes. STUU"S.Mrs. : I .' ..,,,ll,..,' I llth.' 19'' In |the lltioviiniiiiiil ,- %.iMnr. -t".IO" h'i.Ulllilt toiTliiriHt
Mrs W. E. Green -ourt hail, i-uuiic. teller, upliilntlff ., into, whose nHi..1.l *iic<. a.ltd.
Mrs W L. Anderws, Mrs. E. J. Dr. and Mrs. T. G. hitch of if Pillatka.I W M. Thomas and Mrs. L Mr. and I\rrll.\ Mo e Foose of I seeks| tluori'o, and ,niHloilv n'hI"' '... IM Nth (Vntral Avrnti. **. Tn,,n-, EXPERT
Charles Burton Is visiting Mf V. Pelham of Jacksonville spent unit control.. of minor" ill I litIttinlforil Ion, Now .li-rn. .*y
Mrs P. sCrews ..lnckHiiiivllliwore\ I :! Takw the weekend with
p.iwllng., Jr. and guests: of MrjParrli City spent t'ounlv Tfl'-Hriiph. .h,11| You are required tn appealliri'viiiiirr n",
tended. the District Convention Hitch and Mr. and Mrs. mother. Dora Burton In Rome Gu.. W.ln..8dI&Ysltlng! Mrs. B. T sod Mrs Ralph Galney. I publish thin iinlnr, In ",'x'' hmnrn'Itly I lath! IIM'i In mho aliotmiTuil tad i
I this week. Thomas 11\(1' I: lHMtlt. ('''"'t mind "',",.". whnr1ptalnllff ,,
i.f the Woodmen Circle in Lake Clifton Brown Sunclny. Ronald' ni-iffls. and Charlt- \v itiionii{ mv hand, and offlrlnl. "enIit Ki'kn illvori'M, award. ..f
,fity Wednesday Mrs. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan of I Mrs. J. C. Wynn and Mrs Merrill Mrs. Richard Fowler and Mitw. I I It.ircli-nhrook. who are stationed at I II Knrki| >, I'-lorlitit. .HIK| Noviml. I "minor hllil to fiiiilaiit.. .I<" Ilia.

was elected Second Vice-Presl- South Portland. Me. are spendingthe Johns visited Mrs. Letty Pnrk- Lurile) Mitchell visited lends nijinopped I Mac Dill Field. In Tampji were .T .

Assistance and Mra. Irma VVhltset In' SHTH- In Gainesville lust Monday home during the weekend. ,
dt-nt and Mrs. Dowling; winter In the home of Dr. G. I er
Attendent. W. Brown at Kingsley Lake. sota this week. afternoon '. Mr. snit Mri. G. W. Strlrklnnd, OPENING SOON n

Major and Mrs. H. C Wall and f irunilmn MOWN ChrjHtmax, CamN Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Redgrave Mess' June Patel and Chiller of Funnel\ were visiting. Mr and o

ihlldren, Bill and Nancy Dee of,NOW.-Hollywood Camera and and Mrs. Joe Martinez spent Tuesl Cnnlson visited friends in Lakejlnnd Mrs. W F. Green Sunday. The SPINNING WHEEL\ "

Ft Augustine were guests of Mr. Gift Shop. < v In Jacksonville visiting Mr, lust Saturday. t'alnh, Guliu-y and daughter and, epaltSERVICE

an,1 1 Mra. J. M. Smith Sunday. I Mrs. Hoy Turner and daughter and Mrs. J. A. Martinez.. 'I Order jour Photographic Christma I Mrs.Catherine Harvey were Galney visiting Sunday Mr.afternoon. .

Mrs. Cqprge Bennett and son, .Carol left Thursday for Miami Star Brand work & drCA' cards NOW-Hollywood Camera ,1 Drink You'll Never Forget !

Kimball were guests of Mr, am?I([whoro and Gilt !Shi o > >. I
they will make their home shoes' for men. boys. STUMP'SMrs. I [ I I Mr. and, :Mrs.: Kills: \ Sullivan were

Mrs. J. M. Smith last weekend with Mrs Turner's daughter B. F. Sutton and hermother 1 Mrs. J. R. Hill. Mrs. W. E. MldHet'on 1 visiting'' Mrs. Myrtle Priest Sun 26 Delicious Flal'or8- ch.i C.

enroute to their new home in I Mrs. A. C Carter. Mrs.' V. W Brnoker of Mrs Lorenzo Green Ml.iJ! 1 day I

\\ it Palm Deach. Miss Joan Carpenter was the Ax.son Ga., visited Mra J. B. Alexander Amy Cubttrn. Mrs. Titus Olson R"Olin Mr. C C. Harris were ShepherdAt

Cotham; Cold Stripe nylon guest of Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritchof Sunday night. I Mrs. F.. K. Perryman. Mrs. A. W. i 1 dlnm' guests of Mr. and Mri. Calvin '603 TEMPLE AVE. Gay's Swire tntilli.Ve've .

STUMP'S STORE. 1 Sr., Mrs. J. It. Wnln- i' I
hoe: at Jacksonville Saturday night. Dinner guest of Mrs.V.. II. : Anderson Glisson Sunday. ,

Mrs John Udel of Highland Van Patel left Tuesday on a Nollman last Thursday eveningwere 1 1i wrlfht.II'S.\ C H. Quick Mrs. Mrs C A. Griffis who has been : + ,

Perk, HI.. 'arrived Sunday for a business trip to Marianna. 'i Mrs. Miriam Klcklitcr and I II Iletbert. Deal Mrs W. G. Halle confined to the Shadycrest, Hospital

visit with her son-in-law and'I Mr. and Mr. J. K. Chasteon I I daughter Dorothy Clair, of Green I II find Mrs. Maude Cooper attendedthe after an operation will return I ...

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry and Mils Madge Brow nice were Cove Springs and Mrs. J. ::II. WSCS District Meeting at the home this week

Mni it y. I' liients of Mr. and Mrs. harryllalnmerchmidt I Mitchell and daughter. Lucllc of Fli-M* Methodist Church In Gainesville Blllv R A Mile and' Lester Carterof j \" Got It And Don't Want To Move It ToO

1\IislI's June and Gunga Patel of Jacksonville Starke. I afternoon. the U. S. N. Green CoveSprings

spent this weekend In Palatka 1 Beach Saturday. Monday were visiting here Sundny.MiKS .
Mr and Mrs. Merton Gallo. ]MefTN. FALL ,I Mrs. T. M. timbaugh of Lake Friends of Mrs. J. L. Simmons Wandn ('OME AM 1)
with 1 SUITS: \ Grlffls was n Sunday ,
land arrived Thursday for a visit!' she H New Location SALE CHEAP !
way VAREZ1. $33.50: to $17.50.John at1'1 with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. will b" glad tn know that guest of Miss Christine Gni- 1 ur (aT: IT

:Mr l W. F La Morte of New I Kemp returned steadily Improving at the home nt hey '

York left Monday after spendingeviTHl home in Ripley N. Y. ) Mrs. U. O. Hazen spent Wcdnee.day and her sii.ter Mrs. T. W. Nichols ,, Ketnel: Harris: of Green Cove for the next: two weeks we're having a sale at our old

. days last week with Mr. : after spending nine months here,I chopping.in Jacksonville visiting 329 Fast 2nd St., Jackvmvll'o be., Springs was the Sunday guest of' location in Ielstoneleights Good Stuff And 'Jatl-

and Mrs. R. A. Weeks in Key. as an employee of the Bradford whcie she hns been staying (pouglns. Ortffis.We .

stona Heights.( 'I County Telegraph. I IDon't Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver and ('lIuve of Illness for the past six I I are sorry to report that Sam Come browse around and see u'hat your money will buy.
son. Buddy of Wllliston spent I weeks. I
Clark and H'irvev: Gnlney are sl< kWe
last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. I Star Brand hnota for men wish them :n speedy recovery.Booker .

Bury Your Dead Animals W. T. Jackson. at STUMP'S!:\ DEPT. STORE. i Bottom Is sometime CAMELLIASReg.

Free, Prompt Sanitary Rrmo-.al of Deaml Mr. and Mrs. Homer Long of Rdwiirda: las I' culled Bontdrsln Community. located I
\V > : spent g
weekend vm
Horse. Mules or Cattle. Call Our Phonn. Belle visiting Glade Mrs. spent P. H. last Long. weekend with his parents Mr. about three and a half -. $3 Bushy Plants I

Operator At Our Expense: !Slurkp o 189. If nnd Mrs. Jack Edwards He Is R miles from Starke on tho Keystone
Mrs. T. J. Griffin returned! to her behliu. 1 LOTS OF BUDS
Ynu Have Difficulty Call Our .lackmmUIln 1 student at Mt. Verde School. Heights Highway/ .
home Wednesday after spending Ranch We will heRind
Office, Ph. 4-5500 Day Night or Holidays. Several! weeks with Dr. and Mrs. Mr unit Mrs. W. F. Barefoot of Michigan! to hove news Item from Going For $1.75 eachOF

FLORIDA SOAP CORPORATION I C. C. Mendoza In Jacksonville. "=,.nd li'r, .<>in were. guests: of Mr. and anyone in this section.

1 Prices rut t.. below root till' :Mrs. 1'. M. barefoot Friday after I OF TII1s.r.J5' __, r ,__________
Doctor Inlet, Fla. Ph. Orange Park 21U4J ViHtrn Clothing and Roots nl noon. \I O'1'If19Num 0 \ ake A llrdire Or Buy Some
I In t> lu-foUv .irtvpn to whom" It FOR
ALVAREZ'. Mr and \Mrs C. W Knight and mn ,.n melt Hint I have fll lyd mvKituil For Your Mother-In Law !

Mr. and here N. T. Retch left .children of J.irkminvillc: visited 11<>|un t UN AflmlnlHtrittnr" ,of --" -, ._ -------..
flit I HMtuto: i.r..1. II K..lh'vVllh "MM
I last weekend after visiting Mr relatives, here Sunday afternoon. Pauses Jintw, .. *' nf. until.ford. c**
NOW TONI HOME PERMANENT Ritch's mother Mrs. Carrie Ritch MlH Lou Hi-yeis was the guestof : I M'..fitilx't1. and I will 1'149.!nn apply the| | 3(Hit to' dnyof the 1 Lots of other llargains Small (Plant lily Plants J

for Jacksonville where they will\ her parents: Mr. and Mrs I. R.noyers ; i I'naniF, I IudNu, '. of ta hi t..II'I t end l lft
make their home. t tile, fi"r nn .Flmtl, I l IlNehnr." t
EASY-TWICE AS FASTNew In L..shurla.t/ weekend, .\tI iHtl 1/1'/ <"f .tllltd I MWtlltt, LEI-LANI NURSERIES Keystone Heights]

TWICE AS Mr. and home Mrs. Wednesday O. L. Beasli-y after returned ,I Mr.. W O. Halle spent Monday I .IN 41 n 11.9
spending several dnys In Tampa :, In Gainesville visiting frlendi.. : iM. run IIIIIMHi IMIONK ORDERS TAKEN: I'HONK KEYSTONE; : I IIEHJIITS; : 2011)

/ e visiting Mrs. Eeaslry'a brother-ln- Albert Mi'Wimtn returned, to his .1.l .,il. IriiU, ulll IMrfrelvnd livtin '
,. liimM ...f "',,1011,' Inelrurllnn, flirii.lforil
New Ton! Refill Kit. New Photo ; law and sister Mr. and Mrs. C. C. home here Sunday 'lifter n two iSiitntv, PlnrWn. mint 11! l 1/1'
:Method l )Directions, show how +tt Hoppe. i" eek's!' Btiiy In St. Lukes Hosplta 00 u in.. .M<.tiiln\. .. M'CM'mlM-r I A, 1 II lit.f --
types of lh.- 'huHii,, .uf the fnllmin.
waves Tom now many .
.. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Yawn spentThursday In Jnckionvlllu.Miss I M-i'MiH, "if kruNiiitnt* Nioniiri, and, "niiiinIriR ,.
30 minute
hair, in aa little aa I ..." r.MM'KNTKK'S ('Am'NTlm'sUI"'iTEH'S.; (: :: CARPENTERS': ;
evening In Jacksonville I \ Jonn ,Carpenter was the u iMnilttnn-i.it' Oiii nmri'i' n en :
|in-l u ** lln MloritKfIN nk.llllltli1.
.100 "* While there they attended the I tlu."tIf herr parents Mr. mind ,., .Ill' M'MII.'Mt.Ml" fiII, 'I.Ill,11
NfM/ ..t County Fair. hire J. M. Smith last weekend. prolr| ..01., f"1., tti'M i'lV, ,tfl .th<. xf, i
: ', 1".1.1 lint." ,loll ill, I Ilu* Mfhnrtl 'Loa, trtlliu
CompUt S.t New Teal SPIN 1 5F1N6IAyCurl. } I Miss June Patel! has suet return. \\cMi-ni I'antililrtH, Uoot-4 '' Htnikc. I'M'U'liI, with Hn. ulti, AI our Fountain; .
band ed from a visit with friends andrelatives lean tit vast| lint- Imonuenl| | to !arum Iu'ti' Ih, Ji'iuiiiintMnt .
.... :Nn: more rubber r..I..1 to root taut in. ninptftoly ItiNtitlliMl. itnltiinl ,,,I
-all .poetic nil m-one I Grips; In Chlploy and Mariannn.. ut l.VA 1tE'/: '. |, Cur oar Sjf C
V"" locks: with a lurk of I Mrs. L. F. Chapman returned to I'! 'lad'H must. In Htirnptl' Ienb\ **\ and I II. Hot Roast Beef Sandwich
ct.f nro.d, i| to !II.l I I' .Mnrtriin' Kuimt' litfnilciH t" 5 0
the \J"I': A 12f/ i 'her home here Tuesday after )I (-/\KI> fll" TIIXNKS! of I'll Llle/ Inat'tort l..n
hci Si.uk.. l'M.irlilii. I, '10'00 :Mon
pending several weeks with l.y u m. Whipped Potatoes -
with Gravy
> 1 tinted Piping
I ln I.| n'mher 5. 1949.! aSS"
IspaaudyF 'r son and daughter-in-law, Lt. Cot {;, The' Bradford County Singing Tin. tlonril rt'.i tyo the right tonJi'i and a cup 4>f Stnrke'H HKST: ('OFI''";U: .
and Mrs. L F. Chupmun. Jr. ink' |1 Convention will meet Sunday af* t iiitv : of (Cul'lU'( InHtriiftlnnItni'lff.nl
KOCH DRUG STORESTARKE. uantico, Va. I: tprnoon at Fairbanks HaptiHtChurch :. "tNnintv.. .'I"I", "
Mrs. W. H. Nollmnn ,spent Mon I 1 -e-- 5-5, I 1' MurKJtn. Secretary
beginning at 2 o'clock 11 1m I 12.2 /
lay In Jacksonville vi..itliitt hot I I .ii Check these lovely shades", > of YAUDI.EY'H: FAC.'EOWDER :

;. FLA. 'laughter[ Mrs. C H. n"wkjn" Everyone Is Invited tit attend. 1' \t I.KOII IIIIIH Glow; : fled t ,Ir.l. bedu V* III I lift re.plvnd, l h. : Honey I
f hi* lti...ird, .r I'll.hit I U. litHtriiftlon. ''fMiinlfont r Ladies ChampaKne Copper: (old; Ho** Tan .
t'mmtv. .' b'lrhult.' .. for. emit
.d'llno, motor all Inlirlr'ftntH, and othiii Gulden; Rachel 1 Pink Pearl English: Cameo I
Every Branch of iilliGsF" "R-s Tf j rv heir i ""rul.|i uwrn'd
c LM, tin* 1'nlnlrr. Honrd end furl, nil Nine; Flattering Shades Lipstick Powder Rouge
Hint.. Ki.rtiK.*m fin, II...t* hv Ht'hnolH thnfl I
INSURANCEH. "'""'l u In(. .tlio IIH<> of Hitch. futile. for
1 Llewelyn Setter (Trained) I liMntlnv |purpnNO.| Ride urn fur elmsli'hllfleeics
IIP will h.. nnedetl I..
Old ...*.>>t 'the r<-qu1P.m.INJuf| i th- nun
3 Llewlyn Pups, 8 Mos. ty fr..m. t hi* dtitinf'" the ,laird ,nfMoniriirf Ill' I'11.n' rill'"
I In the HIM ,-'fitful. hlddiii, li,
AGENCY .(unit in. I'ir.ndidder ".
C. WALL Ii fir** ,riMii| <>Htai1 t.. *Hhn'nhil OIMC PRESCRIPTION: DEPARTMENT! maintain- a complete
f"r firnlr1d' "n ir irjtr-mllnt. ''n titnki G;
ED ANDERSON i" ,f'lituiHtl' with/ .mi n It*mil to supply of prescription!\ accessory needs) at ill times" such' HHInuilin t.

116 rtrop..uH, | tn Mtinplv irnMolln. in. |lots. I Syrimre-t. Hypodermic Needles. Thermometers!, Nasal! :
PLEASE PHONE 4 'Inns criil lion. cn/'h. Other I HMd "
I Gainesville ..'Ie to: !*. :tMiri'liniM'd, .f..f>'l rti-Uvt'"rt'iiif Alt misers and sick! ? room supplies... For your prescription' !. I ...
690 West Main Street North- I hv, the Pn .rd
Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- PHONE I; lit.CARPENTER'S. IF'
1 little ItlllNl l IIH, alened. .n'.1' | ..... nl'c'd"[ day or nll'tt I.l', ..
.. .. ... III..r."n.. Hunfrln, ..
<---,-..-.-.-.-'-- -- --- -- --- r.> f luncil 1 to I 0' 0.'
nil.n* nf l'iiMl' h 'In It ru'* inn.
-- 'ii',, .fr.. I IMorld-i. hv in nn u m M II*
- dot 11et'enler 1 5. ltrt! '!' Thn HU* < ..-
fill htdd.r. ...111.>* nnl treed| wllhhtH
dot\ arts I Ih" hldH 'IIIIVD iHfi'iiHtihmltted

I fIflJ.Il Tlu itHt-i'HMiirv. hid' forma ,mil i-nh-,,
--. -- --- -- -- --- ------ rnlttlnir nrpoenls i | | inn v hi M*, urrdby .
welt Inn t''" .the Hiit'prlntotid
l.KT: US LAY-AWAY your, .VimmtilelHl "i I'nhll ,InciriM, lion. I pit n,1. Inv| ,
SELL YOUR TIMBEROW / "n net toilay. "'h.ii.. <; Shirk. "Irbrldn', r>r hv fallliiR In "
.Shepherd. Huiili. .n. If Saturday, November 19! I 'fl.P.Vt.... Nov. 22. 23DOUBLE : nt-r.i.n tit witch. fffli-v In, the i iihtf' The Store Where You See Your Prescription; Filled/
l's,"r", imms no
Highest/ Cash Prices Paid NKW Hlnif'T SowlllK' :M.ichlnr* DOUHLE FEATURE : FEATURE vbed) ntlifr him.. n -, ,ul 1,1| tulip l lH
I'liwh A Term uri avalinhle. 'In 1 ) 'III In M.'Cf t.t..hl'(> nndinly- |I"'" -
thin tctlon only through Hlnff..r. p iHiilrniihniIttfd, tut 1,1.1 l fiirnii"' ftirnHIIM .. .
BULK Sewing MiK-nlnn ('n.. 4n2 N. :\'ar. ECNbT6YNUMMING i i HiMird will, Inliird .. .-- ,.,Jf : :'
WILL IU1Y IN l eon tI'.. I.nk "'It). P.n. Thane TUNIS > ,|, liv thin 'ftiinty .. . 7 . : --W' :WA .M:1'
OR IN I UNIT tea, write or vide our *h ", Service core will .1..1. ; z,16t0A'I .-d.'t tiny ..r ,nil/ hldxKoitrd
your home upon militant. If LEAD! aH t'TaobaA of "'..,,1'n.I"I./ / .." USE OUR BUDGET PLAN
EDWIN W. PECKOr + fealslle VaHI t,>+ If i'ad ford 'on nt v. Klurldit
John W. TurnerP. Knll HUNT tense In: nttrnrllv 2- II I' .M'irfran, H.rxiiiry,
Itoilrni.' furti., apt. Alfio all iiiifurii.. t II) I is it .

; O. Box. 46.1Cainesville. Fla. Ait(Hon Nt.turn Stet rntiiiica' k. 2illV MulI. -tf- :;ct"e mumLrtd" 1o.... ItriMlfoi-.f. I.....n/1
; PlVfl'Ini. I In I hnn-frr*. Glamour
I Sce lHiiHiit, I'Hr'' 'I'ur-m. riittniiri" -- 9 X Rugs ;
w :
Send me a postcard and I Federal Land Bank r start -llIni-. mil ln*. n I'tiH.No.ftiiMindflt' 7011rlyd.r Tur 'Illfonds "'

will come see you. I STIFBETI CU1NETfE f.\.trI'\ .... ...r/o.;" .. ,. ..-.c. **f I'll NllfO"l..it and tells. l" '
FARM LOANSLong IA 1np*>,.. r1'I'M; or i'ioicm" mom ASSOKTKI;; : (COLORS ,4
AND) ''' whin"r % ,-
-t i tdrh. -i n Kiipun-i'lch' '''' '' 29.95
8I'\\ AS-NTH: I'DI'NTY" MVHSTCWKMAKKKT Mi-n: w'r.it 1 Terms-Low Interest 1M r'I.. tube and, add, "rose t I. vlu f'il" 1 AM: ) PATTKUNS.:
: 1; Aiulltin. Bnl l 8o I f4.fi.rnx. *< |1",1 No JA Ti i. '. .t +
>wnrt' lit operated> tiv J. n Oilom.li : ItnljiMM '
I Tli In\f.: l.lvn Oafc. Fla 4.1 It.V BRYAN eciuri V"..a1151. irgnr.d, I.. .'1'1" a ..a sp S
I ..inlr**. I'Jth! I l I\I\ 41. lii. thr .h"v> I''M.U. IJkr A Much lllulir' I'rlml nil 1*.
r..ll\ n.ST.rm ">mfortablv turn. 110 W. !Main Slrw-t :N. I I.I "n.t.. end .....11.. .... .. h..ln,1I..ln.lr e',.Ill In AuJ 1.5,6. Tic-im, OMT. Join! Tin 4
itiliiKiflprii, Ht clue ctrnvi-nl Oalneitvllli Florida. AND: ( cue UH dtvnr*** ItrndfordCounty r S
vP M .
n Ailnlm 1tre. C. C Wynn I Tfr-Kr! ph (shah p..I.II-h m th last of Our :\1&111 HutNrliMl ( ....I..r...
I'', ml out F: 1'nll St. L/ I lr.l.r, In neat four w..klv 1".01' Itch 144 ,
FORMOSA \%\. MEN of TEXAS I ... .
"":Sl'ISE INDIA I \Vlittii niv hued und .tfl'Io.1 .I|
,I.u, t lirNT: modern country. home I.KAH: -Hnmll plnnt .Hull rootril11MI nt hank., ; I Klorldn, lists' N"\'.>iiilr
.... rnnv.n- far 17 6O. 7 to a Inch well I 14, ,q4'1.I'W"lt'J..
with .hnt water I.Ih.On the nHof rooted $1 So fl..>...n. And many Hulit. Stack ISriMl ('ru"fyr"1. I.Nt: l.n A .1 Th',.",,,
.li-ncen.. S rm('. II.*Nuxworthy biilh SS3 .:. l.iririr alas.. llelv< . "I.k| nf Hhl.. Cintrt1I 31AHUft i ANY
town.. ,tl.l ,, .nN, Kurlvton Flit tf .\1.... "Lion Hunt" Short .t C'li.. .al'| / lfnit "ro.hv. r. t'
Pull t Hmrko.
St. II. new i (!,I -nVI'Y CflirKM.-- sPECt.11.' Jfovimherinly. I 5 "" lid 11111 Illckok" SirliUSunday FIELDSMyimieChidadet : T Ally Krfl for nk. I'lt LHiidrunt.Hturkr., a-IN. Klorfdu.41, n., COFFEE TABLES TABLE
I'llll.co'H amanlnir 72 ru. I'ltlloruin Tnt"rl Kl'trkw.ll"i .
--tI..rnt..r 'I li!I !i1. c. II U2 Nec( k.. K"u., Wyan..tftn..k.. I IA f ,..... HHrf. llrNrir-wril fi.M..tv. I
wnrthT lnl Huiiplle. fi rir.l Cromum' |l> 00-IUO Nut ..ex..rIJo' Monday Nov. 20 21UM.raJMfSI I'I.rlde. In Messer.. .
2tll-l ,
1'iitl Ht. Stark. (i.n. t'/) r' Llv. n<-Mv..ry 1 ('.Mt.1.! Paul I'lmntiff.' ". Corrr ,. .;. ,: .
I Hntnnd' Crtntmont Hatchery ( )'**.>l. liefendmnl.'see| > N. 7HHppMP. .,
..... H'.x 1. Blai-kwnml. N J.IhOR"1 55rdcC et /.uhl/e.I/nn and 5.11. .,. In *. -' LAMPS
WANTED sw % .. r'IKI: ..K t'I.'H'I"\ tnt *3JJt .1i'
KOIC/ RENT: 3 rm niit..UhOI'r: 9"GlNG ] "..rr "*-**1. wl*...<* r.'Hidi' .n.'*' |ii. ;:;: Jl.ir
wut *r. pvt. hitih. Ij. fI 'YI rleneral.) 'I't-Ilvrry. frrnnir THHUMY
Turpentine Leases!' !' war, 224 M Thompm at Itp a IM 11Ne5t CV5 i time requlr..1 to MuiPHitr; on .j.jII'
| '...,i-mhrr, 19th I143.: ,In the nhovui Reg. $5.95 Val. :, fti
BUY .. metal. hMl Mil'tif I lusteh.. -.In( F'ar ).
I and
WILL ALSO. KOft> > SALE removed: r./II' I'lm-hurnl' ToiirlMtfmirt I v- Thurs.. Fri., Nov. 21. 25 .'itIn'Iff' d 0.lifrhH. dli .-.-i.""** rirmlff- "dutitj ,, .

YOUR: TI.MBriR; ICoyiton. ll'l. ut jiI .-.nltl"Kiinril DOtlHLK'KATIM: : < E T't.irriii' h eh.' *) 'mhLh| f1 '; HI..,,: ritllK
: :; ; ;
Hturko. itpll-JS ,pf't* ,n neat < "f w. W i\ !>/ i I1.iVVKn
In Hulk or Unit I ..'- mY hnn1 ind t.rri ul I*.,,1
Tn LKTtrm inl.ln/ with hiith ,'t ok 1 Klorldn. tlti,< : With or Without Land II Kurnlnhoil Ntwlv tl.*.*..r..t..il. .'In", Its I"41.OrI.'li'ttr." S 1395
CALL "..,., TourlHt Court, Pion.1.' < W KA ,M A .r Thom..... tt't "h
WRITE; or I It l-l top ii.3rOrl .' I ,.ee u'I.rk, .d. ..101 m milPv Sale Price $13.95 YSelect'm'otlrr
upset l ('....IoY. I' '
VV. PARRISHPh. .&A1R: t pointers, 7 nmnlh' tk ,..Jll fr IMf 11 -IN 41 I 12. 3In "
I old Horn training John 1'r.we, TfWl.IVnct SA\'I-r; You Saw Denmark's"

.1 Law ley. Fla.Ilnl.la |I4wt.Y lit. I. 'hue 2s lip e ...,..I.,ivu I......(if." .('.-h...t.... ..1t..1... sneer, _ _ _ _ _

Mrarellrr Pa. epeemi a n.wIe.sum 's.1 ",the U 1<,,11"0. I'tnlntlff, vCitth
.. at ....III...**'. llrr: fli...... ..t s.1 Tin** tfttlllvan, ('..ftfiidiinl. ('".. Nt \\ Lave junt received several large shipments of nice living
1 .!.... Mar. K,..l-l""t 1 All fcln l" nf nimlnir. _. ttpl, lilt .{ v1) .,. 4" ( :
1'1".11. A u.p.n..ol. I.v. erlet 1..11.l -su Sine. net \*.Iles *n
.., 'J..lc-k eerthi .. rir frrtf. .' room and bed room furniture. Come in and till your needs l
n. I..w nri.ee. I FOR II TNT: JaroliK' npt. nf M ill tnn. .... Nm P41115 PHI % miss .
1'nnOx 7911. Kol-Kiir ".|....n.... Uay i h...|...'.... Iff llvlnic rt 1 \ Puttirrtn' Hiilllvan' whites rild. *.niI ..
tan, l...rh. Sin llalloimh. ltd .fl( Well tac"....*1. Ttonnoii-.hlt rout Hi*- \\ \\> I- ....* MHI-MI, HsleyTe Kt n. EASY TERMS ARRANGED !
Jon K Wllnon Inn W Call Ht It / Ta-O"! \ w.-'l I Htrt--*, Atlanta Ivorirlik _
Fill HA UK-: "Air .Vum", pAtlla \ : ) >iu are ti-Tulr-"l| ;1 ti entice" "n I
kinetic ulllll,. ware for ..Int.nt'.1) Fruit H.\I.'t home ranncr .* lit if.pref"nijr gp (N-c-'inr-ff" lath. Itl'f. In the, nhov IT'S A ACT YOU CAN DO l1FTTI'R AT'
or "..11'"".. Ideal for unnk.r. hoih for $11. f. $ E I '')"m.fffoure and muM wherein. '
haby In ear MP.. J I. H Thnmnnon.. HOJ Temple A..*.. tip ,,'.'nll" HffkB nlv..r-... II,,,*,,..,,, I
U.I N ('),rrr tI,.. murk. fr'OH fAI.F.' 114 A11-$'l.el *.nt..m M Bounty. Tvt'..vraph' wht-ult pithlit-ih/ thl 1.
--- Tr"M I..r. Also 11-tt. hn.... friH -..*r ETBEl BAIITMOI('anul tell -miler. In neat four wklv ,leaves. Co.
FOIl N.1,13: I I-CU. L. fBmlt. lNs.hl. I WI...PP<., l lb..rrl hamrn'rl',.('10 cal 1r, Mra' .Clarke. Fla Itp MB ISTSOOUCUMI UIlli LllllAlM rtttTitrka, Florida. mats November I

.Itf.>mln>ton pump. .. lI.r"olC'rlflo. "J".w..l. ,l1 114Imrrlf1AL ..
.. .
n al Unrl x ... remit nrcxT; MiMlernrm.. ( KKAM A. J ThAm STARKE. FI."
ry Htori T". "> are lopn l In !pun anr. tu... shower A hath.' A* (' .kl"-nf Mid hour: I PHONE: 151 .
tip r"frtc. .'%" eitofclnic A h Ja'.1 > "The Ga. Luuk" -1: tirw Rv (lava Cra.h: r*
... ... H<.....n..il front porch, 140 m. F ....Tth K. torpor./ ZSI Mr h"mHulMlntf.
'. ilttva ,
> >lt .A I.K:: I trtorn.l.-lc morntniv" Mm .1 L. jMckHonvlllf." Florida.'
1 ,,talk rtlttvr. A-1 ennrtVH M tip' ,
.. Sapp. 8tark R.aennabl.lp' l l 214 W Madinon Ht. ,I I I I

...,.. -.,'


\, PAGR six

that and tractor worked fine episode 'over we've decided thai: fine again. So far he has not had supposed to give thanks but the I ally And do we give thanks dueT to tho

I FARMER'SDIARY Neighbor pulled our car out an I Joy does deserve more considerate LONG' BRANCH to have that operation and we am question la-do we give thanks at One to whom they are

got It going then came on t(I handling. After all. she's going hoping he will be able to forget all

Staiko and had It fixed. Hop I to be a mother In the spring, Ity Mrs.. J. L. (Strickland! about It. FOR ALL TYPES OF

t that our troubles In that direction a a a Last Saturday night a whole CONTROLWRITE
with. Alice's father Is due to arrive, __ PEST
arc over bunch of Wilkin sons came to seethe
: Mrs. J. L. Strickland has gone to
By Sam Mcfiarvcy ore Ton to spend the winter a'ic. !} Kentucky: to visit her patents, Mr. Strickland. Winifred Wilkinson OR PHONE
f Have hid to resort to shuttlni, spring with us ngaln. Pop "spend, and Mrs. C. E. Belt of Neon played tho guitar and they all FLORIDA PEST CONTROLand
to rereho -
The author will be gtod Lily our fence busting sow, In I i I his summers up North with hi/. sang some favorite old hyma. They
concerning Pop Jim Strickland has been CO.
j I Items of Interest shed Hlall. We let her out In the I son Ed who hRS a farm In Tom'sRiver. 'gave us a very pleasent nut prise CHEMICAL
the BA-tl\ltles' of farmers In barnyard, thinking that sh I N J., and comes down her Hoeing his garden. He says that I by coming and we hope for another 2150() ALAIIAMA ST. TELEPHONE 2561-U.
e and other
q County.. !Suggestion' may turnips tilings are
would 1 stay there but it wean; when tho snow begins to flyWe're visit real soon. FLA.
be left at the Telegraph. office or sure pretty. GAINESVILLE; ,
to note
MrChmry. Law try, long before Hlubusted anothe going compare The of northwestern Almost everywhere you look you All Household! Pests
moiled to Sam kitchegnrddm. with him on the weather this past people Clay Termites Rodents -
fence and got Into the I i I II see pictures of pumpkins turkeys,
i. Florida. and wu're betting that County have much praise for our
1r I Just as soon as her pig i summer I II tirad.iale
Given by
ready to bo weaned that gal I I we were more comfortable her : ommlsHloner, Arthur Hatcher, who cranberry pies and other reminders, Five Inspection und KHtlmate:
them They avaragci are Florida than he North has delightfully exhllirated us by that Thanksgiving Is just around Entomologist (University of Florida).
Finally got our Sweet Blue Lu drcd for Is going to market and WILL WI 1 In woe up I
Few realize It but It I Ii IsI I the wonderful work so long need- the corner At this season we are
pine planted last week Innocti only 22 IbM. each, which WRIa BE GLAD TO GET RID OlIIKKI people
lated the seed and broadcast it,,. good deal )lens than wrt were trying In the meantime she'I i true that Florida has a good yea I d, In grading and making our road

then covered It with the bush considering\ tht mumbling round the place tha,, round climate. ueeable. We unite in congratulations -
for, but then I eeeI
and bog harrow. It la now com from It wnsn'l old refruin"Don't Fence Me Ins! on the fine job.
ing up and we are Just ns excited stock they ram another black No see I|I Lost two of our three turkey Sidney Harris says he is feelingIn
Sold t
about it as If it were a regular too bud 115 Ib... at S15 nut despite' our troubles withJ.lly. r>rnaltl.! Don't know what caused

crop (which in reality It Is),. 5 85 which which weighed was pretty good but we urn more sold than eve; ,, It but we think that aa they diet! (Irrnlt (....... llrnilfnnl Cnmntr
Such stories os the one about the feeder on raining huge/ as a part-tlmi,Canon I after a heavy rain that wa Florida, lit f.h.Mfr).
got only $925 for a poor remainIng 1'arkor. ., .1... Plaintiff, vnKmnui .
of 17.3bushels farm. Firs the cause of It. The one Klljnh
who yeild general
farmer got a The, activity on a
which weighed only K. Parker, r'pf of corn from an acre that sow the ,: when we of all you can get two littrra iyear ,. poult Is doing fine and we No. 7 0Urilir Never Il-U-Y Before You T-ll.Y
sold< pigs
Glad we that it will continue to of l'uhllrntlnn and notlf tot
had no cover crop and a yield of i did for the market has gone (five in two years) and hope grow |>J...... "'I'."IU ...' flOltlll* ....
73.6 bushels from an acre that amore.Had with the proper equipment foi and provide us with a fine Christ Kmina" 1':. Parker whose ranlilonoBIH
down more .
had been covered with blue lupine bundling thorn, and If you raise I mal! dinner .5. Yon unknown.ltlnM. are retfutred. In entear on
are enough to keep you "sold on cool weather last enough feed, they shouldn't be< n.'h.r. 12th, 1949. In the ahoy,.
cover crops. Then of course week. Don't our first know whether It was too much trouble and there Is always Pride. III growing/ good. He get named' .I?'Court It..k.and divnrro CIIII'" nradr"rd wherslnplaint

there's Jeff Davis who won the but it did some kind of a market for only a little scratch and mineral; ':nllllly TAI..h. situ II 1)111,11... thin
ContetJt--he'' an actual front or not the every day plus the pasture In the (rdor. 111 next four weakly I Issues
Bureau long ai
Farm themespecially as '' .
of our
turn the leaves, of some I \\ mv nnnil nod aftir.fseal
also planted lupines as a cover the but government has a floor undo" fields where we planted cow peai nt Hliirke. Florida! IhlM Novein- 1
plants brown, especially nay bnnns, crowder peas etc l bur e. '11V.OKK1CIAI! : 1 /
,, terbeans. But otherwise thu kit hog prices. We're going to gel ( "PRAI' ) A .T. Thomas,
: crop.But don't get the Idea that well some "good" Duroc pigs and try nnd he's doing fine. He's discovered A* flr-ik ..f xnia CuuttIty .
chen garden Is growing/ very Haven Crosby, D. t'
however that he cnn Jump
Idea for have enough vegetables to get a good) herd started Big]
planting lupine Is a new and we should
and before we're
the question It whether to raise out fences through 11-11 4t 124SEE
it's not. It has been practised soon to carry us over ,with him we have a lot o"(;
and don't know BACK
winter. The English peas look own boar, we yet I YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY
I j .since before the birth of Christ the answer to that. trouble. If he knew our plans for
, !i and In the writings of Cato there very good carrots are "making"comingalong Meanwhile Lily's brood Is do- him a good sate place In a deepfreeze : THESE & MANY MORE GROCERY & MEAT SPECIALS SEE JAX PAPERS

i is a reference to the value of potatoes are and j he'd jump the nearest r
fine we are goingto
Ing I
good. In fact everything doing very I PRICES GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19
of fence and ,
planting lupine as a meant enriching another "crop" from ont k"t'f.r lnnlng.We're
, \ well except the beats and we havea get .
the soil. of her about the first ol
I can't ralie gilts THE FOLKS
. 0 clue as to why we I killing rats practicallyevery

Took some pigs to the market beats. We learned that beats going re to December night with Antu poison THIS FAU..ITS BANANAS 3 Ibs. 19cRED

t at Gainesville and got top price quire potash wood so ash we are In the row Great day In the morning! Our but it sure la a long drawn out .
i for our feeder pigs. Eight of the put some pullets have started to lay and program. But we figure that ,
: little "stinkers" weighed 175 Ibll.r and then try another planting. we've killed off perhaps two-thirds
,j .e > wo are now trying to find time tr.

r and we were paid $22.29 a bun. Learned recently what farm.It meansto Car get them.a We laying will house have' about set up DO layIng tot- o/It to the get pests rid and of we're the rest.keeping Most; at 1ib.-3-1 fP GRAPES, lb. lOc I I CELERY, Per Stalk 12'ic!'

bo stranded on a
QUICK RELIEF FROM and wouldn't start hens out of the original 20C farmers around here keep a cat,
! broke down but our dog Leo hates cats so we Fresh GreenCABBAGE
Home Cooking
DlstrssaArleingfront but when chicks we bought and that la not Beauty

I t 'c Symptm STOMACH ULCERS we That went was to bad get enough the tractor, to pull, so bad considering the fact that would hesitate kill to it.get But one we've for fear seen Leo big APPLES, 4 lb. 29c I lb. . 4cPOUNDS

the car with and discovered thatIt .ve did everything wrong possible. t:) --
Tom cats that might be able to doe
EXCESS ACIDFne..kT.II.ofHo..Trea..ttllst Indeed have learned lesson \ *
DUE TO start we were wn one -

Mattt Help or It Will Cost You Nothing !getting really too In help a fix.In With case no of means sickness of, thing the In hard the line way-don't of livestock buy any until If fend one themselve of them comes against on our Leo,placehe'll and:, \ \. SUGAR 5 Factory Pack 29c

Over three mlllloa battlci of the Wn.i.Aim an accident or other troubles except YOU HAVE THE PROPKR: get a good. home.. 1 With Order
TBBATMBMT have boon aol then realize SETUP; TO HANDLE IT. To begin I
from Mamacltami walking you the .
Putting finishing touches to
DvMtoital IHcaradiia to Oro Add with our brooder was not
Paar "-,'. sour or Upaat s tanuch. how dependent you are on your the bathroom this week and then Size 19c
aaailinn Haartkurn. OlaarilaaaiUM, .'.., automobile on a farm. working properlyhence: the that will be one job done. When It MOPS UeP:245z 39c I SUPER SUDS -
linn to bean Aal*.Holil on IM1 ""7.' (rial I IA tell that reason the chicks got cold and were then
_'. _.." Hate to you I is Time for
k for "W"' M wtoliU holyeipbune to that completed it will compare favorably -)
tiu.tre.unontk..tKOCH tractor wouldn't start was very tiiHccptlble anything came
STORE Soon fixed along. That started' us off wrong,, any we've seen In city COMFORT
DRUG lack of EXTRA
simple--a gas. I
homes, but the difference is that on 303 Can
and we've had a long )list of
troubles with the chickens since a farm you get more pleasure fromIt EXTRA SCENIC BEAUTY ReOda PUMPKIN lOc
' because it's e Custard
1 1ome5"7&q' However, we do not have any something you've EXTRA CONVENIENCE
alibis,; wt still think that we cniinijue ,> added to your .place
chlekrns. and make a small .e 6 GREYHOUND FANCY FLORIDAORANGE 6 oz. can no. 2 can 46 oz. ran
$oi/s profit on them. We are stirred to The way it is raining as we are

Ova 11<,lIon when we read that Home wilting this, you'd never think we TM U runs a friendly season JUICE - 5c lOc 23c,,
have the of .and it's
. [)uVIII County 4-II Club boys and I problem dry weather la visit. so ea.y..o
here. Our l Iw inexpeniiive ,Greyhound.
place practically
"IrH raised some 12 week oldNew
1 Hampshire, cockerels to 4.3: I flooded and along with the million Plan folk today bark home to drop. .in surprise on tlie REEF LH. : !.

M 'hs average" If the young ones. and one other jobs we have to do the kids nt college.:arrange % lB ikiEStw; ; ; 29

eon do it, we think we can too. Or !something about better drainage u big holiday reunion.There's. Steak Roast 39c -
" e ALl cnn we' Somo of the r" ulU thef )l'Iall right for our cabbage and a bin Greyhound Bus readyto or -

f-! and, I'"F.bovs and girls, nee I strawberry crops, for they are bedded take you anywhere, seytime.
( up and are In no danger but ...
high tlll'J.tR: to shoot ate! LB.
Ii 'the field crops are another story EXTRA SAVINGS TOO! HOCKLKSS I

, nlnnts Set out and some now more have strawberry a small I though Doing when chores Ifii sure I Mining la a mess hard MIAMI: . 6.55; I Picnic Hams -- whole 33cWilson's

nntih of about fi.OOO plants. Thev But when it rains here we remem New York . 17.60 .
ber of New LAKELAND 3.00
parts Arizona Mexico .
.. com to be doing fine and we will '
rertalnly hove to keep at them soIh'it I and California where the annual CHICAGO . 17.95
rainfall Is a matter of only Inches, ORLANDO 2.63 ROLL SAUSAGE lb. 29cLEAN
..- the weeds do rot take over Certified - -
.. -- That remind u* that one of our and where water Is almost worth ,
_. IDearborn Its weight In gold. We vlsltrrt one flits"*.d.otTo.GREYHOUND "
--4 neighbors' nave he Is having trou- I
place! where a man bought all hi*' WILSON'SPORK
Mo with cut-worms BUS STATION
{In his brrrvnatfh

LIFT-TYPE Wn yet hiiven't but have hud looked any mieliHWi'iilty up water at eight cents a gallon! Temple Ave. Starke Ph. 147JGREYHOUND CHOPS, lb. 39c I All-Meat Weiners, lb. 39c

to see what to do about cutvorms '
DISC PLOW end It wenis that PITT LAKE GENEVA ,

vIII ontrol them. But we'cll haven I
wo authority "T.K." before vi'i t'.y Blanche Cunningham

The large heat-treated disci of liiis. usIt..

plow do a job In lund where pi'iitratlnn -- use I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wild of Con-
or wourlng In a problviit. Tti") .u n'ex porter) ll always hap nellavllle. Pa., are guests of Mr
Works tine in hard stony, runt'.lillcJ, I "oning on a firm. Jut/ the other and Mrs. Ray Forsythe. Mr. Wild

Ktirky, waxy or brnil\e noil. "ilfht wh', feedlnir the pullets Is a retired Baltimore and Ohio
T R AC T OR A good plow for unit ronscrtuiiou /some scratch Joy curl I placid Railroad conductor. P

leave Rome Irtish In furrow to milk row kept pestering us, so woiinpml Mrs Blanche Cunningham was t

Phone or, come and In. rvkwprnhtoma. withyour : rmilxt blowing or "...hlnl(. Can bo and swatted her soundly one of the Inspectors on the trm-
Or* iiml drop* In attached, to Ford Tractor In otia with n cap. Joy who normally ,In tee election which was held In 1<::1'-
and' pen the imo of day. minute lift, lowers by Ford Ti actor Inwagor-liice In her movements, tone Heights last Friday.
'crt ilka to know you
and your: farm .. II)drauie, Touch Control. xtidili-nly, derided that she.
lervod more respect and before and Martha Finley were Jacksonville
tve knew what was happening ale visitors Saturday.
DIXIE EQUIPMENT Inc. .n* pr-niMrtR around like a
young Hugh: Lucn, has returned to his'
bull threatening to hook and horiii here after spending severalweeks look at the Record!
'''rsmpli,* M*. Retreat seemed good In and N. J.
1136 W. Main St.. South (:'ninesvllle. Fla. Pennsylvania
1 JJ itratrgy, nml, after thinklnir the! |I Recent callers in Stark were

-- 1 Mr. and Mrs n. Forsythc, Mr. and CHEVROLET ADVANCE-DESIGN TRUCKS

!Mrn. A. Carlson Mrs. B. Cunningham .

and son Richard Mrs) Ch.....
es.e For vth, Mrs Elmer' Forsvth 'REFERRED OVER NEXT MAKE
f4vt b and T. M. Finley Mrs Sue Mynck

;.and Mrs Robert Myrlck. '
: Mr. and Mrs. Elonx alls-ton, Jr. *
are annonclng the birth of a 6 1-2.
SLIP' Ib. daughter on Nov. .4 at Grnndin I I

Hospital. She has been named! Mary J I .
Kllznbeth. i ,
OY. Friends of Mel Sargeant 'of Key
Atone Heights will be lorry to know 'l

GRIPa ho Is a patient In St. Vlncents \ .x Her I I. clear-cut' endorsement by truck buyer omdu

Hospital Jacksonville. We wish v + -- .*r* at ravealed by official regUtratian ttgur*>-

him a speedy recovery. C I and whot't mow f Ch.vrolt trucks outsell the m.rtrw

make combined.. Tha"'. the record; =now leek

'i r at MM ...._.. Look at Chevrolet' sturdy conUrwo

Men. ragged. .power with ecenamy, .Medling.asg and.

canvetiianca. look al all the extra advanraga* W
Ct Chavralat truck' and than add tha. bwwr list pricM in

// Ge 4-way nonskidDeep! th* indvtfry. Now you know why Chvrolt trwcka

teed ..... alt I Cam.. In and lot u. thaw ye* and tell
traction Be safer
,, / grooved .woe tile twit story el ChevroUt truck valwej

wet roads t Official "....,.lntlloB rioruCHEVROLET... .........
on slippery t b..r.lrt' wrlnat' ..I... for n. .... ...'...
't \ !>... 1104_,...... le4W.
/ Now'a the best tlm. to buy Urs-lot aoa-sldd .......,-lor )

traction-lor BONUS Y... for Boaoai Mileage .
/ / ".cau.. tires "brokan-ln" during cold waathar war Ioagr. .. \
Stop In for now All-Walhr today-thT'r. b.M.* lc w.t consultabout : 'Ti.
waathar driving end cost no more than rib tr.ad lb... us
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GOOD/YEAR( I Insurance toad. DIAPHRAGM 8PBINQ CIUTCHenmM _, 5TNCJe : .
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j Charley E. Johns > ttmal, atranoar than aptral. k..sl l rrM a DO0BLE-ARTICULATED IIRiU< -.
Complete drlvar Mr I WIDC-8ASC ""TIT- ore -rriani' a
I AOVANCE-DEB.,1N STYLINO WHft tile Cab that araatriaa a BAtlTYTlTEERIW

II I Lr.[ .. ".-J'i::::.:,,,:,-,'::":,"-.' .-- 11 _- -- .:,. :" :' ,:, :., ,:':::.r'lI'l; aJI I Phone IS Agency- STARKK.! FLA.or $ >-f aalar k.Mkr. a UNIT-OUIOIIIOOIES-- .a.I kuHt,


I South City Limit' .
Slate Koad 200 (U.S. .101)) at ,
TMAVElCMt, Hwtfor
< wattle THE
Rte Ier n. Goodman. Owner Sfnrke. FlfrWn'gS 111 -
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1UDAV.. ? OVMftER U. 19-19
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'parents Mr. and Mrs. John P. Tur- miSer .ltltot. Bradford Cottatyeaall IWx-mher ""'. !''9. In l a. al>..v., Florida t In Cknna'tty.ABI .
Methodist Church I II Tsl.gr.a:: pvbllah tht. OnJ t a..M.d Court and .cause t wheronplaintiff ,. MVT-- Turnbow, PUJatlff. a.
I j jney, and her baby brother John la nest lowr weekly _..a. ( seeks ....._ BradfordO .I j. b* Tarat-, Ivrfendant. case ;..
NEW RIVER |IJr. who were here for the day. i WIII M mv ..*... and official ,...ntr Telocrapk hall pnbllak thuOrder .. a.. .
The annual ThaaksglYteg; Service seal at Slark. FIvrMa. ibis No: la next four weekly issue.. 055.e of P..._.... and ..oMoo ..
,I will be held in the Epa.Kop&IjI' AND:" LONG:" BRIDGE Jlmmle Bradley of JackaonviU I. Ii5.OWVic.lAl.. { \ ....... my hand and official!.I '._. .. OTtrK Of rt.OHIIJoan >' _.
spent Saturday night and Sunday SEAL* A. I T1I".... seat at Stark Florida, 'f>J Nov; T-rns. w, mho** rMnos u
Church Thursday morning at 10 I, By Mr.. E. A. Sapp I I A* c..rk of _l4 Court.n 1IS. unknownYvu. :
I' with Mr.. and Mrs.. .1. M. Bradley. Haven Cromby. r> (". ,, lOFFICIAt. SKAUJ A.I. : Thamaa. ,. are repaired to appear onX
o'clock. Take time to Join oU -j I Other Sunday visitor of Mr. and ( Robert H. l"iian.. Urack D.ll4in<, Aa Clerk of said Court. <>" n. l'4 5.. I In the alto.... named
I' ......
I J..k..III.. Fiona Ky Haven Crosby, D. C. Court and wherein plalatIfflt.
era in living thanks to the Almighty -! Mr. and Mra. J. P. Hammock.Mr. Mrs. Bradley were Reese Bradley AU r, for J'W. 11-4 4t 11.:$;' Joan' J. H............. r-Oq-. Rio-hard' divotv. Bradford, County
I God for His goodne to and Mr. *. W, H. Andrews and and his son. Jack also of Jack( _____ ; aon' BIdE. Jackaoavtllo.. Florida Tetosraph. ahall. publlvb. this l>rdrIn
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Carter of Jacksonville J !. M.t t:.cat. o( >. T. Hlt.a_. Ikr.it .|i.Attr for ,,. 11.S vt U-ii nemt four weekly taoueo.Wltn .
us. !sonville. .-. .,,, wiy banS and official aonl
Mr. .... .. ,..... '.... ....,.... ..... at
Church I The for the 11 were visiting Mr. and \ Mr. and :Mrs. Ira Young and NotM>* In ", aive tltat the c ( C. m.rke. Florida, thin OctobertOFFK'IAl.
sermon subject: .
Baptist Church Of ChristV. Ik. 3Cin f .'._.. In (,,petty.Antkrtne 12. 1,4%
I I on day "
I o'clock) hour Sunday moraine; wt&'be Bud Moody last Sunday. their little daughter. lAnds Sue I 1..I..s A. IV 1.9. filed a Sinai u.............'. Plaintiff. .vmMarr KAt..> A. t. Tkomna.A .
Peter. "Old Reliable" will\ be thecFflOfl F.. ...>11..... MlnUter ; "The Eternal God'. I I! Mr. and Mrs. Pet Sapp of Pa- were visitors of Mr. and Mr*. )0(. Aor__..a ltiiff of tt4mlnt,lr.. .'. t.f' Padovnno Olordano l>.f.ndant Clark or said Court.
I. < av :i U a-- Itvtl 41 11.11
the Kotalo of :N T. Rllrb. dee.a..4. I $ topic by UPastor at Bible School 10:00: a.m. MornIng .I' The Psalmist said. ""Lord thou I.[latka were visiting Mr.. and Mrs. D. Young Sunday.Mr. !and .-;..._ l a further. .1..... thaiafter ........ ., r.ubl....loa nnd ,.... *s I. rtrr.K. : .
I Ira Merrill. Monday afternoon. and Mr*. :M. E. Grlner bad vtnblleatloM of ibis nott.vonro lppese STITCi Of ri.OHIlt toi Court. Bvndfo4flortdoi C.s.y
Starke. hast been our dwelling place tel .. ,. ladovsao tltordaao.. whorentdenn .. .. Clta.orod
the First Baptist This laI Worship 11 a.m., sermon subject -'( e-arh all Oscar Gibson left last Thursday ,as their guests this past weekend,, weeha., appllration. will be mad. tu and addmo In U \\ ht.I Daniel w....... Plaintiff vs.tleneta .
I the third message in the series : "The Golden Wedge". Lord generations. I i Mr. and Mrs. L.. McDowell the Monorablo E K tvrrymao.Ovkunty .I well Plaro. 0.-.1,... Now TorWi :Mear*. 0.1....... ease No.'
A. of
of Jesua" During Supper 12:00 The for an extended visit with his sis J..... of Rradfnrd Cosntr.FlorWa. .. i Tou are roiiul'od to appear on t.n,
thlaI I
Fnends : noon. Young People's I Sunday evening message "
.. .
ITampa.Mr. j ., ._ ,. .
ter. Mrs., Meadows Anderson ot j for the. approval of Mi taerovntln I Nov. !*. l ". In Ike above namedCourt robrtntlooi
I hour at 11 o'clock the adult choir Blblu Class. 6.30: p m. Evangelistic will be built around -Stakes TV I and.lrs.. Marcus Reddish and for ytnal I.>....-..;....<. <. and ...... wherein plaintiff, '._.. ..... ot Flartda 001lleaevn
I will sing directed by Mrs. Luclle service T:30: p.m.A Be Guided By." Build your hou. DelazKLMr. I of ... .n4erais. :.o4 oa Kxecator: of eeka ra-h: ; rrradford CountY :Meara. whoeo reotdenvn I.SRhR.SYi. .
(and their ,ons. Rodger and Dennis Mid' ...ta>.. put-li.h this Order .
I Green with Mrs. Mona C&novvrgaflit. grand day was enjoyed by on solid foundations. It may be and Mrs. E. A. Sapp at1 Tfc. tttaotto *....... Hook o(II. nest four vroekly t.aueWltnena You a.. required. to npponrNov. .5
of Keystone Heights and ).I,. ..... It "U. in the ...... un.._
I the church |utter than you think. I I Mrs. W. R. Ward and children visited oo tilo.. .. tCveeetor. of the myhand and ofw4al seal
last Lord's Day with" \ |and :Mrs. .1. B. Strickland and their ljt\ \\ III ant Te.tamea< and at Ptarae. Florida, this .K-tober Court and cause heroin
The First Service at 9:43: will a record attendance in Bible There 1s a class for you in the Miss Cosette Sapp in Jacksonville -,j son. Johnnie of .odh-llo$ thereto of N T Hit.....I U. "". plaintiff nku dlvorco. Bradford
Gainesville .
'I pent T>.. e4 B. XV (OFFICIAt SEAL) A..I. Thomaa.A Countr T.kcrsph shall pnbltanthle
Sunday. coa o. Praaler It.
[ feature the staging of the Youtn School and a full house for morn- I Sunday SchooL Come Sunday.I 'last weekend with :Mr. and Mrs.A. ,'I...- ..... ....* sad Trust Officer I Clerk .of paid Court.T"y Order In seal 4 weekly. laaueo.Wltneea .
Chorus directed by Mrs. Mona Ing worship. There were many morning at IMS. | Mr. and Mrs. Junior Kerce: of C. Davis.D. I It- 4 t H-i 1Fru.k Haven. I-andrum.Cronby. Stark t>. C.. Florida. at Htark.tny FWrlda.hand and tkla.ftl..I.I1 October

Canova and the message by the visitors from out of town. -! You Invited Lake Butler visited Mrs.. Melton "...... "_.. Si. 'U9.
giving I are cordially to P. Wright of Commerce Ga.' I. ( ( .-.4.... Cosmi,.i Aitjr for rif. I.-U 4t II.it
Kerxe ad family last Sunday.I .. _. OFFICIAL SEAL A..I. Thoaaaax'
The Man Who BeallWell" us the e1! Flaildas C.a ".
Pastor. "" with
encouragement worship us. was the O.nallthtat.. of Dr. n'.... Allen" Koro.. "I..I.. *"'. va. I.. rtreolf. C..... ._.f.... Coo.tr. AS Clerk of said Court
I This service is. used to need to move on. I I I : and Mrs. Dick Carroll of .._. ow .- S l-tl 4, llliClrr.lt
Mrs. D. L. Nix Mr.: ). '" Liarvia R..*.**. I"h".a..... I. < haneetv. _
;jand Thursday. .e'so .... .....
I the crowds who '' Jacksonville were weekend visitors < I 11. j .1. I'laintlff Charles
accommodate At noon a bountiful dinner was Christian Church of Mr., and Mrs. Ira :Merritt Wright'. was en route to his home. _. ., .....-.... and "' otto tor Edward Steel. (>Pefeadaat....o :No.7J a. ("... Bradford t. .*?.
I cannot attend In one service on spread, after which the t %._ TTrT Or" FLONin "I. Klorldo. In Chasm
congregation 'I following a to the r. vot ...
trip southern .. .
I ., "' .._ Robert James I .r.a. Plaintiff
last week. .. nrdee robllenlloo and totppeoe.
Homer Marvin
Sunday morning. The Happy gathered In the church There is always a welcome to : part of the state. I d.....* I. .car Hubert Roaerm.n..whooe...'.. Kraft i. .. .nrtTHLuHin' tel '.. iternlco Shaw l.......... l>*fend.ant .
Hour 7:30: Sunday night will\ highlight building for group singing. At I the "friendly church" in the heart Mrs. Rhoda Dowkng\ enjoying i I I Joe Shaw of LaCrosse the i. .....1> )f.IL M.oon 0...,.,.. ....rl.. .. I:"..'" Iteel.. vho_ ,.*.. Ca..,o No till
was nod totppeor.
..... .. ... Order Pubrlrmlton Moetro
x pleasant visit\ with her son and Tow are required to anFVr < and .01. I. sea NorthNinth
the day by playing of Mrs. 4:30: o'clock all went to Hampton of town. Our Bible School begins ;'guest of Spencer Crew. last ..._ a. l"tH. In the .._appear... nam..l Vtreel. Nemark New J.r.,.: IIT'I'R OP PLOBIO oolrVrnle
wife. Mr. and Mrs. Joe k.I' .. ..
J Morse and Mrs.. Mann the piano. Lake where two were baptized.Two at 10 a.m. with classes for DotrUng end. Court and ....._. wherein plaintiffak. t You ar. required to appear on .Shaw t.o" wboo roIdeace -
I' TackarsTown
( lid.Ocean CluK
of Live Oak. November tl. "".. I. the above
divorce full
car ramlody 1' Aooniroi
organ duo for the singing of request also placed their membership all age groupa. Come one and 11 Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.- of minor child nurrtortI 1 named Court and ..a.._. whereini Burmuda. ItritL.h West lad.lea .
1 and We are glad to report that Mrs.. ...... i ...... dtToreo, of :
hymns choruses. The. In the church at the morning ser all-find your place in the Bible R. "'. Brannen were Mr. and Mrs.. I I money BradfordCounty plaintiff ruatody You are required. to apuar onNovember
Chester Andrews is home again I I Telegraph shah puhllkh thin| rhiM title to property etc Brad. .......
Pastors evangelistic message for School room. ,I ''A. Crosby and Mr. and Mrs.. Jack ,Or- -r In ne"t four weekly t-ueeVTttne ford County Telecraph shall $iub.lisa : 1*. ISIs. In the
I vice.The alter undergoing an operation at,: this Order in next four weekly named Court aad roue*, wborolmplalBllft
will be i
hand and official
the my
evenng "Why Nelson
public has an Invitation to Morning Worship 11 a.m, sub-I the Alacbua of Jacksonville.Mr. I, loetiea.Vitn. ..*eka dlvorro. BradfordCounty :
inGainesville. | Clarke
'" County Hospital seal at Florida thin \ovtOFFICIAt. I
| Blood I !attend every service of thy jed: Love Is The Key". LordVSupper ; Mrs. Andrew. is feel I' and Mrs. Johnnie Outlawand I. .5is .i \ *.a mv. hand and official seal Telecraph weekly"allhllt. Iminta.Wltneea .
I at Jitarke. Florida. this' October' bus l Order In aet 4
*K. M A.I.: Thomas
School meets Church of Christ. You will finda 11:13.Christian their two daughters of '[ hand offlclnlaonl
Sunday at 9:45I : : : ing much better.Miss Hague'Were i' Aa Clerk: of said Court. :*. 1 4OFFICIAL anv! and
I staffed by more than 80 officers warm handshake and a Christian Endeavor 6:30 Ida Merntt is in I guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. [).I.II 1 Ttv Haven Crooby. D. O. ( EMA.. J. ThomaaA nt stark... Florida this October
p.m. nursing Clerk of said Court IS. !
I i Robert H llunrnn. Lynch lluildma.
and teachers and the Training atmosphere always. We take Norman Carpenter as Leader. the Alachua County Hospital in Sellers Sunday. I I J.rlt"III. Florida. l..v use'Vouby, r>. C. OFF1CIAI. SEAL A..I. Tbonkaa

| Union gathers at 6:13: for train.I the Bible as our only guide from Young people are Invited to come Gainesville this week. I' Dewey HolUngsworth and his Ally, for I'lf" _____ lii .t U-li Oe*'rse, for I.rif.fatten tftarke.1S 4t Florida.Ally 1111Cleewrl y Haven A.Cronby Clerk of Deputy said Court.f Ctrk..

Ing in church membership. Mid- Earth to Heaven. Why not at- out and enjoy this fellowship Little Helen Kelly and brother I[daughter. Mr*. Clarice Morris I' .. Ctrmlt C_.... Bradford ('_..)'.II.I T Frank I..d'...... Stark", Florida..,
'_ _.... for fit. o-31 41 11.
and little Martin ( Bradford C Ally
I week service Wednesday 7:30: 1.1 tend the church where Gods together. Joe. are on the sick list this week.I Morns of Palatka -i 1 Rlcka-vw.rMoi. lo("',.01.rhnneerr.S encor. I'talntlff.v .
"Sweetest Hour of the word Is the. last word? There u were dinner guests of Mr. and | n
the Week" Evangelistic services at 7:30. We hope they are soon feeling: M,ry Hue Spencer KVfendant.
and attended by the many who always a welcome for you. subject: "The Last Judgment". better. I Mrs. Mack Sweat at noon Wednes,Can..r No., ..T.'.'ilOrd .1...._ ".. 1 ttre Toponr. ,I f.ft'.. '
leek Christian fellowship in wore Prayer Meeting Wednesday' Mrs. Pledger Johns and children day. ..f... ., ..I.r.... B ALVAREZ' Established &$ j
f Mr. and Mrs. W, "'. McCrary. Marr Hue !>pener. who_ r*..d.T.'I I
ship.At St. Mark's Episcopal evening We will have for spent last Sunday with,, Mr. and I Vurreire Inlet. South .... ,
all services a friendly :welcome Rt>v. B. E. $imflt4JSu.. B.U.. Vicar study the 1st Chapter in OW'I Mrs. N. A. Conner of Midway. Tb. I att Billy of McCrary Jacksonville and Miss Elsie HI. II. Tout are required to appear.

awaits the visitor or Homer Swindall Minister. day being Mrs. Conner's I spent Saturday

[ stranger. 'I Sunday, Nov. 20 8 a.m.. Holy birthday. 71 of the children "j,night:Mrs.: Denni.and Sunday with Mr. and I
:Communion; 9:43: Church School. relatives were present. AU report
Presbyterian Church CTARLINGC STARKE
I CHURCH OF GOD nursery through Junior High; 11 ed a nice time.STATE. I.. C"$,.... C'..'". Bradford County. HOME

Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor o'clock Holy Communion and Morning Worship '11:00 o'clock. FlorMai In A.I Ill.haneory.Klisaoeth ............ Plaintiff' ...
8th A St. Clair Sis. sermon. Parish commemorationof Sermon by the pastor. As we enter i.-r*.. IIII..h.. ...,-. Uefendant. Cn.. OWNED

Sunday School 10 a.m. the 25th anniversary of the the season of special Thanksgivingwe FARM I *Order Nt., 7479., P..I_.... Vetlee to OGrocery&Marketi3FLORIDA
consecration of the Rt. Rev. to the App.s1IK. OP FLOHIIIt toir
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. urge everyone count red |. Richard. ho.. .
Frank A. Juhan as Bishop of Bj Mr* Bryan "bltflft" I v residence
Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p,m. blessings of the past year and in I and addr.... I. 3.a r-leaeant totr.... NOVEMBER 19. 1919WE
Florida. 6 Youth Fellow. % SPECIALS FOR WKEK: ENDING
Y. P. E Seovice Tuesday 7:30: p.m. gratitude to God for all His mercies V..rcfl..t.r. Ma>*arhn* tl>:

Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m.p.m. chip at Presbyterian Church. render hearty thanks to the Bridge nub :Mrrtius I I I>e Tou<. a.are 11*required. in the to....appear.. named on RESERVE TilE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY=" Cor. Call & Cherry StreetSKIMAN'S

Thursday. Nov. 21. Thanks- Eternal Father. Chrysanthemums. In an effective -I Court and. rnuno, wherein. pUlntlflfroektt .

CATHOLIC CIICKCII: giving Day: 9 am.. Holy Communion Sunday School 9.45; A.M. Come combination of hues pla..ed.dvllntaltf'Ou..ly Teleirrapli dlvorco.."..11 ".Hradford..bll." this County Order
10 Union Service. In next. fnur weekly I...... PUKE.: c
; a.m. In the home of
Sunday Mass 9:13: : a.m. if possible to the opening exercia-l Witness my hand and official
Sunday School 11 a.m. The Rev. Homer Swindall of the!I es conducted by our auperit..n-' :Mrs. J. C. Wallace when she entertained ..e.l .( titark.. Florida. this :Nov. A real Thank-giv-"
Christian Church will deliver the) the Sat. Farm Bridge Club Z.I949 LARDOCTAGON 143
Week dent Miss ]
Day Mass 8:30 am. Evelyn Stump. The OfKICIAI.. flEA I.) A, J. Ttioma inK Special No
day message. I i Fellowship Class for men and women Wednesday afternoon of last. week.! A* Clrrk of said Court

Bible Study U every Wednesday The church Is open daily foi'', meets In \the Church, at 10, Winners of club prizes at thUJ,I. T By Frank Haven fjtndrum Croaby., D.ftarke C. Florida, Limit Per Pound

at 7:43 prayer and meditation. |o'clock. !meeting were Mr Tom Conner Atty, for rif: 11-4 It llJSIn i I

The Junior Fellowship will meet for high score; Mrs. i K Kile for Clrmlt. ("..... Ib.4'.... Coaaty.!I
second high and Mrs. D. L. Ntx\ ..1....... In t kaneery,
him| in the Presbyterian Chapel at 6 ... Bars For 9c
SOAP 2 Only.
In "bingo". Guest high and l nnir' Hum I n""-t. DalntliT va - -
I lo'cluck. This group of Episcopal "blnlto"Il'rlult Larry were awarded respectively .* No>. TDl .
"WHAT DOES THE BIBLE ( and Presbyterian young people infvltes :' Order or ..........11.. ... ,..,... 5s
to Mrs. J. M. Henbree and Mrs. \
other Junior '...... "rrtl 01" rl.HI'"% $5.
T any High
TEACH ABOUT HELL?" youthi I\yLex: Green both of Starke. At the' .krry .1...,.. lv-nedicl Whose" re.. Pound '
i:Ito hoste3S.meet with Mrs.us. K.Last G Sunday Duncan.tho 'end of the games Mrs. Wallace' Idenco I.are unknown.You required. to appear oa Great Northern BEANS, Per - 12'/c

served salad coursej Dec S. *54', In the abovo named
You'll miss this
not want to timely ,
: messagefrom brought us a very delicious treat Curt arj cnuee. wherein. plainttftseek. I
Cods Word night at 7:30 o'clock 'for I d.vir,.. .. full art 0' amid,
Sunday / : which the Fellowship" is
I Community ( tub Merlin* cI
1 grateful. Rehearsal for the Christ.I I I The regular business meeting of DIXIE _

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton II chinch mas Play will be held in the the Community Club was held I :Beware Coughs :I BREAD i : I "Good 'n'' Freah" 15

next Tuesday evening at,last Tuesday afternoon. Bowls fo 1 1I ,
non RAY, Pastor I i. o'clock i|white and orchid and of wine and From Common Colds limit' 2. 2 FOREvaporated

I We urge all who love the Lord yellow chrysanthemums gave a

Bible School at 10.00 A. M. HTU at 6:30: P. M. Jenus to attend some church each ,charming effect to the Club Rnom That HANG ON

Sunday. Mrs. Lawrence Dugger. First Vi..... Crcomuluon relieves prompd"bee.u.e
I I Each lOc
President was In the chair and it con tight to the seat of he trouble MILK Armour's Tall -
"Where there's always good service"FIRST ,
a following the transaction of rou-f to help kwwm and expel germ laden
At The TabernacleThe I I tine business, turned the meeting phlegm and aid nature to watbe sod

hearts of the hearer were .over to the afternoon's h08t.II8..1 1 mucous heal raw.membrann.tender l inflamed Tell your bronchial dniRaui, ONIONS Good Fresh Juicy 3 Pounds 21c
Mrs. M. E. Griner and Mrs. L. A.
r- truly warmed by the messagebrought to Mil you s bottle of Crcomulimn ,
BAPTIST CHURCH Starke by the Sponsor at the Shepherd who served sandwichesand wish the unJ l<
Rev. LevvU. D. Halnrn. Pastor Tabernacle Sunday morning and cookies with coffee. f the way it quickly alls>-. the rouich

., or iou are to has moor moors toad
r the congregation went away more I I S-Sgt. Clifford Rhoden. Jr. and Western Center Cut

The Heartsof determined to "Know ittheWord( ) Mrs. Rhoden and thi-lr children. CREOMULSIOLNWELDING
"In The Heart of Town And In P ork 44c
The People"A j in their heads; stow it In their Billy. Johnny and Thrlma. of COo! 'fcrCuhs hetColds.Jrcnchlh! Chops A MUpt'r.dup'r Itff.

--." ." i hearts: sow It in the .world and I I lumbus. Ga. were luncheon guest 1 I lal! PER POUND,

Southern Baptist Church For .411 People show It in their lives". The evening of Mr. and Mrs. A C. Davis lIon- '

I message wes in the 8thChapter day.
A ------ ---

M..m.Vo -9:13 & I It Happy Hour "::3t proved a of blessing., Romans and also I I form Accompanying Starke. Mrs. P.other S. Crew memberr at F-A-B Large Size Package Each - 21c

Sunday S.'Iool-:
Midweek, Service WPilneMiay, 8:00:< t*. M- forward to Saturday night when,j O. W. Women's Circle In Lake I'J

.. I'" ., I the will center around City Wednesday.

TWO CHEAT MORNING: :" SERVICES : I the Thanksgiving program Mason and a I I|I Mrs.. DeWitt Sinclair went to I ( I Embossed Paper NAPKINS 80 Count Pkg. lOc

period of profitable work In the| Moultrle. Ga. Sunday on account

." lrat Service 9:43: : A.M.I "The :Man Who n.'leanV..II" : following. |i i jof, the illness. of her brotherinlawDr. I s::(

Regular Stnire, II .\. M.: ".'(ot..". 01.1 l l llellafcU' The Thanksgiving. service of the I\ C. C. Brannen. She was accompanied I Burgundy KOMsa1 -

E\enlnt; Happy Hour 7S: : "Wh)' lIIood f" Congregation will be observed by her mother and visitor. \\r offer the people of Starke I : : *! "", *

Mrs. C. H. Clark of 7.foiiltrie.Mr. FLOURAJAX 1 49

__ r r r ---------- I Sunday both at toe morning and'I

-\ \>lit The C.'hurt'h0 Ith The VWtln/c/ Pa-tor". evening services. There will be a'' and Mrs. J. G. Caklwell ami! amilrlnlty one of the n"MI'I 25:; POUND:" IIAC(; .
(special speaker In the morning I Frances Cnklwell were guest of I
and evening program will be devoted Mrs. J. B. Caldwrll In Ocala Sun. modern and fInest equipped I

.r to songs, reading instrumental day.Mrs. h....... ,
mu ic. eto to : J. 10(. Drownlee of Starke welding shop an7'" '
appropriate CLEANSER--A Real Bargain At 11hc
- -
the Thanksgiving season. pent W. G. Sunday Stringfellow.with Mr.' and Mrs ,,, All Work Guaranteed i iSMITH'S

AIRPARK MISSIONARY' En route from their home in I

I BAPTIST School! CIirRCIISunday 10:00: a.m.I,I ter Massachusetts months In St.to Petersburg.spend the Mr win., MACHINE GARAGEAND :" SHOP I Rogers PEAS, A Real Buy At 3 Cans For .. 39c

i 'II. O. Bates. Jr and her sun Robert ; ,
Morning Worship 11:15: a.m.Eevning I
I Service 7:30: p.m.Prayer I visited Mr. and Mrs. If. O Temple .,\.. fliitrke :
I Meeting each Thursday :Bates. 3rd during the past week I II I c

: 7:3O p.m. I Additional Sunday dinner guests) II I TA1MJKT( : Brand

I _.Rev. L. G. Hemingway Pastor. 'of Mr. and Mrs. Bates were Mr. Beef 29
and Mrs. Louis = = Corned -l.Imlt 2-
I Weigand of Weigand Graham.and Edward ------ --- I

OF LATTER: DAY SAINTS Little Mia Mary Carol Turneyof
I Jacksonville visited her <<... Repaired
The Church of Jesus Christ o! parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. .nd.//
i(Later Day Saints will hold Sunday TRIPE Size Cans Each 39c
I school In the USO buildingon ney when from she returned Thursday home until with her WHILK-U'WAIT I Crown Large - -

Temple Avenue every Sundayat

10 a m. A cordial Invitation I

Is extended to aiLmSGIUG.'TlOS.L Kist CORN 2 Cans For 29c
: PHONE 218 I New Low Prices! County - -

CHAIN STORE BRANCHor Senr.ces M miODI.HT ever tint CHURCH and third' COLONIALFLORIST Half Holes. $1.50 CAt

any size store! Saturday night Sunday morning (Hens) I G i; A R Trade II.ANY: C-Gt't Time 29
and Sunday night 11 a.m. andS Sf U Sugar

pm. at Congregational Metho- Half. Sole. 5 POUNDS For

Ifnitturel dis Church Brownlee Road.Rev. $ 00
For lower maintenance: for fir. safety, fw besot on (W_.'.) I. I
build it of CONCRETE BLOCKS. IN love imuraiKt rets sad Ernest Crlffis. pastor.

greater,.0110..rttole.......value far compUtt make it dotoil.e toun4 W investmtnL. dtli,.,. PENTECOSTAL IMJi St. aad Temple HOLINESS Ave.Sunday .. (j) Ladle Lifts 2Sc up Del Monte PEACHES, Sz. 2% Can, A Bargain At 29c

School 9.45: a. m.: Morn- SHOES SHINEDAT

: Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic -
: CO CIITIII.OCIS. ..ICKS IASIt Services 7:00: m. Everyonewelcome. FLOWERSFOR SYRUP Bottle 31c
p. Dixie Lily Quart Only - -

'JllA f.MXID: .CONCll1l AND cBf

I wish to express my appreciation .
for all the kindnesses extended :

___ .. to me during the recent deathof POTTED: PLA.TSFLOWERS REPAIR S SudsNO1.13I 141'uper 4
Buildiii Supply, Inc. my husband. Lacy Simmons. WIREDANYWHERE

SI. F. Hudson ProprietorS
1036-1018 W. Main St. South

FLORIDA Full Hue ef office euppttr ..te.w Nona St Stark I'It' 'orm Park Theatre Be Sure To Place Your Order At Our Market NOW For .

GAINESVILLE; Phone 217-218 bi stock at te Bradford Your THANKSGIVING TURKEY.w !
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t Dinkins Standards Take League Lead; rangcments. -Mrs. J. C Coch- I Said City in accordance with thu SOLVED BY THE CITY
rane and
family. plans and specifications preparedby CIL in regular session as$
Winkler Electronics Move To Second PlaceThe
Robert M. Angus, Consulting 1. That the City proceed w
} RESOLUTION Civil Engineer, copy of which IsDn for the said I Improvement1
Dinkins Standards burled outfit to set high team game of
; WHEREAS, the City Council of file- with said City and la made 2. That the Council hold
'' a
Waaheterta Cleansers Monday 504.
Starke, Florida, after due t part of this resolution, by refer-
't' infill; at the local bowling center Monday night's results: con ence, a.ndWHEREAS. Ing at o'clock P.M. on th
by sweeping all four pnlnts Don sideration has determined that it day of November. 1049, f
Electronic-it (8)( )
It Is the
,. :RxharcU of the Standards trio, A. Winkler 122 130 118 375 Is necessary and In the public Interest opinion' of purpose of hearing any B
vmma. the "king pin amaMher" an IIP that the following Improvements the City Council that the owner objections to said Improve
1 rmtaily bashed the maples for a 191 0. Winkler 185 163 137 468 be made In the City of of property fronting or abutting; 3. That notice of aald hear

rngh> single and a respectable 527Mries E, Ferryman 138 HJ
} to lead his team Into first pavement, curbs and bear fair Bradford County Telegraph.
gutters In a proportion of the cost
'L' l> aeewith a on. point lead liveI'I I I 423 :450( 424' 1299 Thompson Street, South of Madison of said Improvements, CARL JOH

WInkler's l Electronics. Snave's Ilg-3 (I) w ( Street to South Street in NOW THEREFORE BE IT RE City
420 effort was the bent for the alleMreI
H. Stefanelll 136 100 162 SOS /e
Orantu. : I
f M. Grlder 121 12.181\ 426
In another match which saw a MhMiJtti j
I' W. Recher 143 160 161 404 .' ,. r-
bare 11 pin margin on total plnfall '
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ilri 400 384 004 1288 < ; Q
'* by the Recreation Blg-3 torinwe "
Into second place In the StandunlH ((4) -.-. 'f' I Ii

".gue. Tile Electronics as In pant M. Dmklntt. 111 122 137 370 I ..-..;,;;;;:; -" ,s -' -. "; .. .r....... ..; a>1
R. Bryan 113 150: 181 474 '
on the alleys piled
performances up a substantial lead to overcome D. Richards 191 150: 177 527 New 1950 Ford Eleven': choices" of color, romblm-d with new interior styling, are DI (
featured In the 19 Foe "hlt'h11I be
-------- new on display today at the
of 604In
tie Blg-3'8 last game rally
445 431 495 1371 On Display TodayAt Andrew .
4 11 Motor < <> In
win) 3 poljita out of by an Stark.
pea -margin.! George Wlnltler was tva.heteria ((0)) Andrews Motor Co. --- --- -
top man again for his mates with G. Selcy 119 135 128 412
m 468 triple. Merle Grider's 181 R. Seavea 115 138 137 420 The new 1950 Ford will be on I 'Mighty Joe Young'Is FI SH'N'S
loathe filial game enabled the Rcc. J. Mathls 114 132 149 3<)5 display today (Friday) at tho Thrill Drama
Hhowrnonm of Andrews Motor i
.. 408 403 414-1-2Ti Company, local Ford dealer Coming To ParkA FUN i
Work Styling of the new car althoughnot top thrill-melodrama "MightyJoe r.
Save Time (3PLA
; I radically changed because of Young", telling the story of a HOLIDAY FOODSSAVINGS
and Money! CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION the wide public acceptance of the pet gorilla that goes beserk, will '" '
I. mordern design of the 1040 Ford occupy the screen of the Park !;.- REAl /
I"does include Kevernl. distinctive Theatre Sunday through Tuesday.
Pounds Of Your I features which enrich apperance.A Revolving around a showman's By Bill Baker

9 In colorful new crest, the first discovery of a civilized great ape Your fish In' reporter Is bacK
Laundry Done fever I[ axed on Ford cars appears In the
0 African jungle, the main with you again for a few choice ,6 Days NOV. Days
on the front of the hood and tho'action of this new film takes
Only I
stories and hints. Fishing was so
0 I renter of the trunk lid. j I place In a Hollywood night club

where slack the last two weeks that ,..,,,,
Engine Improvements\ Include the captive Is offered ad s \\ se .ni dMYl/l/l 'r3
Minutes. It Is ,the latest developments in design, the main attraction In feats of there just wasn't much to say. Ask at Festive

40 Washed' Spotlessly giving 19.10: Fords the quietest amazing strength. The climax la I Thanks Mr. B.S. Hardman, for
CleanReadyTo and nmotheHt running V-fls and reached when Joe Young heckled your letter. Maybe I should have Stor* for Foods at

Iron! 6-cyllnder engines ever produced. by spectators, tears the club a-stated "Illegal" net-lining in my 4-Pag* s '{ REALBARGAIN
by the company. part, later redeeming himself by! article. All sports fishermen agree -. e _
Economy Is keynoted throughall rescuing a score of children from with you on your point. However Color
Cents Is All It of the many engine changes, an orphanage fire. I what about these men use- -'To y
Ing live bait and worms Price List pp5mriBsais. PRICESKOCH'Sgf'Rate
strictlyfor >
highlighted by still greater economy Terry Moore Is seen as the '
40 Costs! Try Our of oil consumption. girl who reared and civilized the I scale fish? I heartily agree
with commercial set-lining for :
Comfort features offer a new giant simian Ben Johnson
Service Soon! PHARMACISTS rough fish as long as scale fish
nn-Mag front scat spring new screen newcomer from the rodeo i
I I when accidentally caught/: are
ON-THE-:MINiT SERVICE sponge rubber front seat cushion, circuit, plays a cowboy who penetrates -| turned back WHEN POSSIBLE.!
Improved front-end suspension, Africa as the associate of I .
The Washeteria PHONE additional headroom and Increased Robert Armystrong eccentric)
A has
new plug been slaying
areas of Mound conditioning fur night club owner In search of
those big ones In our lakes lately -
323 Temple Avenue Day 64 Night quieter operation. rare ttrlll'tions.It It's called "the chugger", made

_._ _._, Safety factors include the required three years of workto by Heddon. Yours truly weighedIn
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strengthening of the Ford's famed bring this highly unusual ,
a bass at2 Ibs. 8 oz. caught!
"Lifeguard"/ body new bumper story to the screen. by Kyle McMurtry. (Shhli! We
/guards. wider sun visors and I the work ,of paddling so we DRUG STORE ,pU DrgUS|

AMAZING 'many others. ADDRESSESOF believe Mrs. McMuitry .vas. doing
I Luggage/ compartments, whichare her credit too.)
(I I "F """"" F F"""
the roomiest In the Ford- Bass don't always strike whenhungry. ..

priced field offer a new deck-lid: I Mrs. Viola Strickland change This same 12 lb. 8 oz
FREE OFFER Line of Christmas Cards
Complete ..
latch for easier operation. Doom from Starke to 3633 N. W. 23rd fellow had a newlyswallowedbass .

are equipped with new rotary Ct., Miami Flu. i, In his stomach weighing i
Enjoy TELEVISION In Your Home locks as In the costliest cars. I Russell Judd change from 1 1-4 Ibs. Many articles have been
All Improvements In the 1930 Starke to Box 97, Belle Glade. I|I written on bass hitting when mad.: NOW ON DISPLAY
18 Hours On ApprovalNo Fords. have been geared to offer Paul Meng, change from Rat-,This seems to prove It. I

Obligation even /greater quality than was afforded fold to Route 1, Box 36, Starke.I .
I. I
FREE! Your Name On Each Card FREE!
In the high quality 1949 M. W Oliver change/ from) the sun Is gettingover --- ---
model J. W. Andrews, local deal. In the Time for
LEADING BRANDS Durant Flu. to 2108 W. Chinch sky. us to go
er, extends a cordial Invitation to St., Orlando Flu. fishing. Surely hope they bite.....(.,.I r FF F"'" , F" ""
Complete: Installation & Service Facilities the public to visit his show room O. K. Pikes, 602 K. North St., (who doesn't as out they go!) COME IN AND SEE OUIt

and see! this beautiful new model. Tampa 4, Flu. CARD OK THANKS I C $ '00

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD 1st J, t. F. M. William,I|I We wish to acknowledge,; WIt!. I 50 Christmas Bargain Counter 1

Varied Musical Score AFOBC No. 6-A. Army Finance grateful appreciation the kind expressions .

HADIO TELEVISION SEAT COVERS School St. I.outs, Mo of from
I Features New Film sympathy om ,,, ,, ,, ,
"' ""
bunt & MadlHon SU. Mtarke, Florida K. C. Rohlln. 203 StandardBldtf. friends recent
many during our
I At Florida TheatreOne ., Atlanta. Ga. I I I bereavement. especially wishto For Those Who Care For The Better Things {We Feature:
G. W. Jordan Alma, Ga. I thank the DeWitt C. Jones! Fun-

I of the screen's most com- Miss Mary Brownlee, :3127 N. eral Home for the considerate Yardley Lentheric Elmo Du Harry Richard Hudnut .

prehensive musical scores distinguishes Cftlveit. St., Baltimore Md. Lucien Lelong/ Tabu Coty Harriet Hubbard Ayer Max

I II cal, "That the Midnight new technicolor Kiss", muM starring Cpl. Edward T. Shull. Hq, 7th Factor Old Spice Elizabeth Arden Evening in Paris .
Div, APO Postmaster,
American Legion Kathryn Orayson, Jose Iturbl San Francisco 7. care Calif. ALSO Woodbury Jergens Colgate Ponds And Black: &

and Ethel Barrymore. It :will be tht. Mrs. N. N. Norton. Box 701, White .
I ,,,,. ,
feature attraction at the Florida F .r-
San Lull Obispo Calif.
I:theatre Sunday and Monday and Mrs. T. E. Strickland Belle
DAYS Opens j will Introduce the sensational! new Glade, Fla.Chicken. SHOP NOW and use our LAY-AWAY PLAN

FAIR II singing "find", Mario Lanza. r4'NIItNO ,,.
-7NITES- SAT., j I" --- I I I. F F" __
The 13 musical numbers Include

Nov.26 j I:everything from grand opera to Supper '"' e Ph53---KOCH'SDRUG STORE---Free Delivery
crooning ballads.. Miss Orayson At Masonic Hall I
j II and Lanza are heard In several so-
OLD COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS I lonumbers as well as blending their Monday evening around 40 Ma- .-

NEAR CITIZENS FIELD I voices In three duets. sons and their wives enjoyed a delicious -
Iturbl, In addition to accompanying chicken pilau supper at the
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA the singers and conducting the hall after which the Third Degree
100-p e I Ice symphony orchestra was conferred on C. W. Bailey. BIG at PRICES!

II plays compositions of Liszt, Ta- Tuesday night twelve local Masons -
------'---'-------'-';"'- II'PRELL'S 'chnlkowskv and Chopin.A went to Brooker to assist In

quartette, accompanied by conferring the Third Degree on -. .
,. ,
Keenan Wynn: at the piano, singsa four candidates three of who were ,..; ,
BROADWAY ::1: number to complete one of the from Melrose.A I' r i FLORIDA"UXIN&

I screen's fullest and richest musical delicious chicken supper wa '
16 Mammoth\ 18 scores.! carved by the ladies of Brooker, A' OUR BIGGEST BUY !'
Tented SHOWS ThrillingHides which was much enjoyed by the W to .
/ Our .t and fin.at home I1.V
Theatres I WSCS BazaarThe large number of Masons present very lure| square
I I fret of floor apace at only $1.28 per square foot! Here I 1M
Methodist WSCS will hold Ladies AuxiliaryThe i R6{ [ )
LARGEST OUTDOOR SHOW TO I a bazaar at the Stade Gas Company -I bedroom.!
beginning at 10 a.m., and a''! Ladies' Auxiliary of the in our plan. Large airy porrli. Partition studding com

I turkey dinner at the eelu..aUonal. First Presbyterian Church will plate In glistening new unite! paint, shutter, choice of

Ever To Play This TerritoryI building beginning at 9:30: p.m..) meet Tuesday evening, Nov. 22, trim colors. With fourteen IS-llte ttliutow. We challenge -
November 18. with Mis. W A. Stern 214 Weal
on Saturday The an)ont. to duplicate tho "."FLORIDA" triple the

-.---.-.-..-..-.- -..-.-.-..-.-,--.----.. I dinner will be $1 per plate. Lafayette Officers Street and at 8 o'clock. tor N .. sir price! Free blueprint with piircKa.He" ready for
Committee Chairmen .
$1395 Immediate moving to your lot. '
will make their annual reports -
and the new President Mrs.

Hey Kids.Your Pay I II TilE MAN: WHO THIF.S! TO B. C. Holtzendorf will be installedto 25 S" x 33' UXIN& 190 A\\ 1E0R00MOVERALL :
DROWN HIM TKOrnl.F.S IN take office the first of the year. il ,/ I $ it'
The 'g
UIC.SK.SIJ4 THAT liP: HAS program will- be In chargeof
I ONLY IRRIGATED Tlllr.II. :\.. the Young Matrons Circle

IS SATURDAYAll : Jr.. ZIMMERMAN: : I Three December birthdays will be

I ,- announced. 1950 STYLE LEAVERDIXIE ,,

Rides QC THE I '

: And Shows ; ..""

Gleaming white abrwto shingle nkllnjc. 210-pound 7W

; Free Admission asphalt Khlnichroof and attractive mutters all at no $1725 vaMMla ,,,lMwtMi'.r, Etbbaa
attended with the finest of extra _to Seasoned lumber, double noon, balf-lnrh a sw aa. t iA

sincere Serving bring to us the Cehitex: Insulation matched roof iH-athinf unbelievable
quality at ski* price! Partition utiKldlng complete 25' x 46' Ml eatrnoM
of the
friendship great communities!
for a huge lb lag room two big bedrooms, rxtra-alze OVERALL s' "
: TO which we serve. kitchen and bath, many rloel and a dining room (can
: i .b.. Sri bedroom). SEE: IT AT CAMP BLANDING.:'\ seats.


16 DeW.ITT C. JONESPhone
< Open S A.M. to 5 P. M. Daily Closed Stradsty
j 7 Starke Fla.

12 Noon To 6:00: p.m. Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur REDUCED Leaders In REAL Low t Cost Housing!

...- .. local funeral home enables uj to offer conveniences and
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services not otherwise available.


: W. furnUh the highest type service at lowest prices, and
FREE PARKING : accept ANY life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY LAMP HI.ANUINC. KI.A. P. O. IM.tl'J.. iUAttKK. H, V PHONK ?-.
company, a* payment In part or la full on a funeral.

Consultation carries to obligation.

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