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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 10, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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cil Accepts Gas, Sidewalk Bids; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH




arks Cigarette Tax For Note


,) Official County Publication Established In 1879

Sty Council met In regular the following day after issuanc,\

,, Tuesday night with the be turned over to Chief of Policy,\ eVVME'SEV1Nitur'.e._: ::" : --- -- -.--- -- - 0
!: STAKKE.!: FLOItID.1. .'ltlU..tuuV..ItY: 10, 1930: NtMBEK THIRTY
G members present: James Thornton for collection or the violators \ _.. _. __ o. __ .
Chairman, P. L. Bridges, would be required to pos\; ------- --



.,, 'lam,azen.Council E.T Johns H.Jackaon.with A.appealed Bishop respect be-Jr.topfl Court.a the bond a Council. J.for McGrlff appearance asking appeared if he In could the before City b4'' Bradford Berries ; i : rii. Bradfordites Slow



of the City's Insurance allowed a small additional spac*. Stop CrowdsAt : -TT

("between himself and the by the fire plug in front of hl', i- ; To ReregisterLions

Wall Agency advising General Electric display room o\\

ell that the .division of Call Street for loading and unload, State Fair1ia4rcid

ess up to the equipment ing. The Council advised Mr. MoGriff

a well divided but with that there wag now available Club Awards

of tlila business to him it space In the Hotel zone that h\ .; County1 exhibit at the : Speed-up Urged

He also advised could use during the day and that, : Free Television SetD.
be
t so1, Fair In [
t4h Tampa continuing.
they were unable to grant his re\
ell that he would like to to Attract favorable attention B. Thomas of
Lawtey received
her the Public Liability quest. and of Ji the beautiful television set I By Supervisor '
11_ts Week was the subject L -
Bids werA
on gasoline and oil I : .
the fire .
fcrty damage or .
received ... follows: texture article in Monday's ..pee.I. 0 which was given away by the
After a discussion with Standard Oil 'I.> tMpcarlUl Edition: of the Tampa i. Lions! Club at Appreciation Day
Company: 0 ,4
_ cil he, Mr.and Johns Harold was C. Walle ad- Regular gasoline, tank wagon/ mt1\1rte.\ -.' 04 A.,1 .' 1l.'iliA.i0 Wednesday afternoon. The Club To Avoid JamWith

to thank each
to get together and price, less 1 1-2c gallon, Federal\ Under the headlines "BKAD- wishes and every
Oil \ .." GRTS: :NEW INDUSTRY" one who helped to make this a
Tax. best grade SOc per gak _
, 'a division of the policy Ion.J. ttj_ Tribune article aald3I1ACSford : success and enable the Lions to only 15 days left before th'

City equipment. B. Alexander: \ County in North FlorlAf A O ______________ 0 'A'p. carry: on their work. books are to the moved from the precincts

[ Mr A. T. Dempsey ap- Regular gasoline, 1 l-2c belo 'ka, which Starke l Is the capital e ., The Club Is trying to bring two in supervisor's offlc.
the courthouse, estimated
an
fore the Council asking only
tank wagon price, plus 1 l-2c pc* jVlcJwa an attractive example of professional baseball teams to
I be done with the water 'nilll opportunities being of- have the spring training quartersIn 10 percent of ellgiblea had's.vailed -
gallon Federal Tax. Shell' moto many .
themselves of this
tL. : being carried acrosa oil 87c per gallon In quarts; 85C\ t"f'/lq/ to new residents and busl- ( Ptarke." If this can bu arrangedit opportunity

)* ,erty recently purchased per gallon in 5-Quart cans "iaa- \!. in the State will be fine publicity for the through Wednesday.
Rklnc Filling- Station off "We're going to have an awful
of Starke
Sinclair Refining Co: A. bewcomer at the Florida State city
No. 200.The Cound jam if everybody puts thin thing
hway Gasoline-r-No bid. Sinclair Penn .eil'" "\ Bradford' is Knowing Its agrt- Two more now members were
that they off to the last minute,"
Mr. Dempsey Supervisor
ryIvan Motor OU, premlurrt 'uttrei\ industrial and recreational received Into the club at tho meeting i
to an of Registration A. L. Jr.
dig open Crooby.
(inning grade, 55 gallon drums, 72c pel ti1itics. In a well planned exhibit Wednesday night, and plans
their and said "It takes from three to five
U vecn% property
gallon; Quart cans,83c per gallon. "vI\ICI\ features a brand new Flor- were discussed for the Rogers
_ollc Church to minutes to fill out the
property
The City Council awarded thC 1111\ 'Industry and product, titanium, Bros. Circus appearance here. necessary
of this matter. Mr.: forms, so can that latecomers
you see -
a
______.* contract on regular gasoline ta 'new light weight metal.founty .
advised the Council than will probably have to> wait
t -,4 itch would not be accept- J. B. Alexander, at 1 1-2c below 'PM' Is the wartime site of In line for hours If they put off
tank wagon price, plus 1 1-2C\ Road
t hem aa It would bo a'' tellp" Blondlrg whose acres now .. .. ... ... __ ,. Priority rrglrtarlno until the last few duvs.
Federal Tax exemption. Sinclair -- -..---. .-.....,-. ... ...-5a-hflnfl-A aa-la Ca ;- -
of the Industrial I
t.tllI
'rilll acene new
. I to their proposed motor If they will register now, wiillo

{id that as soon as the Refining Company for Sinclair Opt'btIoh\ the n Inlng of llmenlte.MA FLOl'KISIIINO BRADFORD COfNTY ..' ;:',;'J' the books are with the deputies
Pennsylvania Motor Oil in 55
gal
;t ad Department contacted /* black mineral powder which strawberry plants were literally "stop Protests Filed In the precincts, It can be done. In
Ion drums, at 72c gallon.
per
titanium
b I they would try to WorK iauinns\ sponge after ping the show" at the State Fair In A few minutes with no waiting or
Bids received fron loIn
the
were 1It t\f.II1C.\ then titanium in Ingots "
(other
1 solution on this matter. Tampa this week as hundreds< of apeua'tors Inconvenience
lowing on sidewalks: to" fyiftnufacture Into various sizes Delegations from several sectionsof
W Thomas appeared be- Bradford Engineering Company: dally stopped to admire the fine : Mrs. Irene Faulkner, deputy
< Council If 'n1l: IIha ,ea. Titanium Is as strong the county appeared before the
a asking) some- registration officer In Precinct 2
Uld 4-In. sidewalk at 32c per squar 'Iii stainless steel but only half Its specimens pictured above which occupy Board of County Commissioners
be
done
about (North
having Starke), most
foot, 6-IN. sidewalk at 45c per It la the center spot in the county's exhibit. populous of
It the Bradford "vtl IIt.. resistant to corrosion. Monday In connection with the recently Biadford'a
T Engineer.
eight voting
,
square foot. mullth! and enclosed by a miniature precincts
Neatly adopted priority \list of secondary
T fipany. on Cherry Street, Ben. F. Hall: Mined. for dul'ont :) .... reported only 216 voters had registered -
berries
white fence the roads.Several .
picket present
1 ;up. The City Council In- 4-IN. sidewalk at 33c per square 'rla Umenlte Is being mined by through Wednesday af.
, ;the City Clerk to notify foot tn s Humphreys Gold Corporation I I an attractive picture that fair vlitl- "J l taxpayer appeared ob- ternoon. It Is estimated that 111-

- ICards that the lot mustd The City' Council awarded the to" kim B. t. duPont de Nemours I tors find hard to resist The above picture I. Jpctlng to the "Griffls Loop" bo- round I.DOO( should re-register In

) up within ten days of which appeared Tuesday's. special Ing Included on the priority lint. this precinct.
t Del., In the ,
contract to the Bradford Enghaeerlng ((1., r Wilmington, only 'l' 1
."_1r the City would clean Company, at 32c per Florida"' operation which first Gaxparllla\ edition of the Tampa Tribune, ,... ,. of secondary road constructionfor Mrs Marion Crosby deputy for

ii charge It to him. square foot, for 4-IN. sidewalk. rl\ale"\ an artificial lake, then shows Mrs Edith Spencer of Runkin" one ':( ) 10.10-52, while the road from Precinct 3 (South Starke), also

Eberle appeared before and 43c per square foot on 6-IN -ukC out ilmenite bearing sand, of the many visitors to the Bradford M the Brooker highway to Sampson reported very light registration,

ell: about the "No Park- sidewalk. kiien. flUIl the Indentation with un'vAAelt booth, who could not resist the temptation : City was omitted. with only 13,0 through Wetlnesd'iv.

placed In front of his The City Attorney George I* sand. to stoop and pluck a fine red berry .. 4ft! By unanimous1 vote (with the ex There should be at least l.OOO to
of Chairman M. O. Harl't'llwho
., ton Madison Street. The I Patten, presented his opinion on 't'ltanium dioxide makes the: from one of the plants. ...... ..... ception absent because of Illness) re-rvglster In this precinct.
was
[agreed that they would the City's authority'and power to 'vl\Jhrllt pigment known, and 'Is DOYLE CONNER of Starke, pant national the Board decided to amend the The deputy supervisor and the

' Jm and see If satisfactory exempt businesses from taxes, ad' tetd 11 paint, paper and In nylon..I president of Future Fanners of ". resolution adopted on Jan. 9, 19ROso place to register in each predictIs .!
'_ ents could be made.
vising them that they had no power t" feduce Its sheen. as follows:
;.was made by William T. I America is shown at left presenting an 4 as to substitute the Sampson
of to make
_bat. Policeman E. L. Mepaid authority whatsoever. any exemptions 'J'htj exhibit stresses Winter honorary FFA plaque to Ex-Governor! of Road for the Griffls Loop on the Precinct 1 (Lawtey), G. W.
of I' Roberts at Roberts
"tr'fiVPerrlea which there are list. Store
for time off duty Motion' was mad.! by P. I* Florida Doyle K. Carlton for whom the priority
1(1t( ) Acre In the county, and points I A of Precinct 2North( Starke Mrs.
k and that same would Bridges that all clgaiette tax money young Bradford Count Ian [I.a named., large delegation taxpayer ),
IIrtJlJ to the fact that the __ .
dly first Irene Faulkner
ftlnat his 30 days annual received from the State of 1-------- 0 ; -- : from New River section entered at supervisor's office

Jr. and carried by unan- t>irU last November was auctionedA 'la protest to the road priority res) In courthouse.

Ptlon was seconded by ,H. 1949 Florida, be, applied beginning on the December note at th:1&> fti' $6" patch of growing berIeslupivl. Keystone Attorney School l Board t Hampton Council glutton In' no far as it describe Precinct 3 ((8. Starke). ,Mrs.

.
,,..th i of th,. ,
<
f l JBHOtg. Florida BanlcTat Stnrke tfntirpal4 llflif" centerpiece. .- .exftrt. -!Seeks Lower House $ ("the' locution"of-the proposed sue!'> Marian Crosby Strout Realty

?,Tdouncll Instructed Police: In full.. Motion was seconded by ondury. road from New River to office on S. Walnut St.

nan: E.;t,. McKnlght that all parkinff H.'A. Bishop, Jr. and carried. Marion Howe) executive Seat In Legislature Short 'Of Funds Bans PensAn State Road 100, but did not pro Precinct 4 (Graham) Mrs. Ethel
Hog
meter violation tickets Issued There being no further business, I 8rat.Ary of the Bradford County vide for the continuance of this Dempsey at her home.

hat/were; not collected by 10 a.m. the, meeting adjourned. b8fibep\ of Commerce has all project} from Road 100 to Conner

_,.-i-t,! : : .. __ -____ _.-- -- -- A""U of StatlHtlca on- tha rnuntv--' ordinance banning hog pens Urldge.: Precinct 5 (Hampton) Mrs. PearlM
> .\j't lh' ; ;; 1 If you've sOld: something to the' Home at Home's
i-, ; I population of 10,730 on I from the town of Hampton was This mutter was laid over until grocery.
.
& School Board Lowers ::181,408/ acres of land of which 87,- School Board and haven't received panted at the regular meeting of the next meeting on March 6, In Precinct 6 (TheresHu) Mra. J. P.

: es RespondLight Plant Valuations II)4\) * in farms and 141.300 In your money yet don't worry- I, the Hampton City Council. Tuesday accordance with a previous request t Dlnklnson at hel' home

.. 0rrstry. Starke is a growing little you'll eventually be paid. but you night. It will become effective (,If Chairman: Harrell who was notable ) Precinct 7 (New River) Mrs

To Trim Insurance city Ot S.OOO. The chamber has may have to waitfor Itt! I March 1. to be present Monday.A Mana Wiggins at her home.

Rain %tidLe4 the InUnatrles it has and That was the gist of a dixua- The ordinance provides that "It communication, was received Precinct 8 (Brooker) G. H ColIIDQ -

. Revaluation of all school buildIngs 1iil'" Compiled a list of 30 others slon of current school finances I shall be unlawful for any person, from Container Corporation of at Colson's Store.

\\t)t'tlil and equipment In, the county "v *I(1t the county needs. Among thin week by Superintendent II P. firm or poratlon to build reit, .America requesting,. the Hoard to The present registration Is being

Inspection of strawber. was appr3ved at the regular meet t"I'/l1l Are ". \livestock auction mar. Morgan. I keep or maintain any pens within dose the county road running conducted In accordance wlt't

n at the State Farmers ing of the School Board MondayIn Itet, A clothing factory, peanut Shoots In Bradford County as city limits of Hampton having from Clrnhman-Brooerk paved tl
here last Friday as the an effort to effect further savings 1ottr) factory crate mill, peanut 0 ? elsewhere In the State, are still less than 61 square feet of) floor highway to Clayno, In 110 far as the set, up by statute In the lost Legislature

lof fruit became sufficient In the cost of Insurance cov 'I' Cial\dy plant; and otherAORICULTl'RK busl.eltl : operating under the 10( percentcut space for each hog penned therein road runs through Its lands Since and which will eventually

y this service. erage. \ ". In appropriations which was and situated less than 10 feet this road Is In Commissioner. Har- be placed In effect In every Florida

Thursday, Feb. 2, throughday effected early last full when a rell's distrIct, It deferred
The new valuation, which wa4 from any dwelling In said city. was un. county

Feb. 8. 4,347 crates estimated by Sanford Coin, arch '\I"\tLAlNS crisis developed State finances I I The ordinance further states til he could be present. A special act( also paused at time

ea were sold at the market itect, was placed at $828,250 and \1'. K. McClane, county agent I"At So far, collections under the new that "It shall be unlawful for Foster Shi Smith asked the last session of the Legislature ..
estimated return of 28523. Ifli', exhibit to explain Bradford sales tax have been Insnfflcent t.) any ,
Hoard to five six miles
included th new Starke elementary grad or made all previous regiatratlcnii.
lees! strengthened Tuesday building and cafeteria* and o\lrlt agriculture, and H. I.. Mor- enable the State to rescind Iti 10 I build person, firm or corporation to of roads, In his. lumU after he had held In Bradford County null anti

gglng; to t $6 average on the new Starke colored unit. I 1 ftti. .7?., represent1 the duPont percent trim, and Comptroller C. erect, keep or maintain any cleared the rlKht-of-ways. and it void
and tlf'tI1I11y at the fair. M. has said that he sees little 'hog pen within the city limits of
Monday. Gay ..
y was voted t" comply with his r -
The insurance I .
had previouslybeen Hampton. unless
the
volume and average price /to principal Bradford County hopA that the situation will Improve aamxshall
based on a valuation of $910, be kept free from all unpleasant quest Legion Will Present
past week was as follows: PrNI\lct\ Is tung oil. and the exhibit In response' to a requnst of the
250 which did not Include the new
odors
II sun In a clean and
., Feb. 2, 340 crates fit> I1Aw, sonic of Its uses, 80 percent Superintendent Morgan states san flnunl for an Investigation of a I Atrocity Film
buildings
AfvM<:h are In paints and varnish- that due to this 10 percent reduction itary condition by the line of :certain establishment near Starke,
In the scheduleof II
adopting new I proper disinfectants, [
ay Feb. 3, DOS crates it!' valuation the Board explained ilt Tung/ oil also Is used In brake (on top of a 25 percent reduction and "ilmxlorlzlnR I ,'
''ItlAI( II i, linoleum, shower curtains, I l last July, August and September -I, ck-unKing agents.; and Chief Enforcement!: Officer for

(Feb. 4, 68S crates t fn $6.00..1 that "further economies and savings fJr/llt"/ Ink. oil cloth, artificaltj1etIon. ) the School Board will end the After March! I, according to provisions the Ilevrtajjo! Department, ailvliutd film showing German concentration -

; Feb. 6, 870 crates t ff* $6.00. may be effected by revising '' The entire production I current fiscal year with a shortage of the ordinance, "no person I by letter that a thorough: In- camp atrocities will be

., Feb. 1. 1225 crates are Included In the present pollcle real estate build, -erect or maintain American Legion Punt Tuesday
rtoVernment\ during the war forCoAt'flrM III veterans attorney spltn of thin fact we should any hog that no violation of the beverage

Feb. 8, fiG crate (U $8.30.ht to a valuation that will be more \ on cartridges, shell cases and insurance man, of Keystone be able to pay all bills by the end pen within the city limits of Hampton laws could be substantiated. night, Feb. 14. The scenea were

rain this week which nearly In line with present day An4 airplane' engines. Heights, has announced his can- of the year by using all reserve without first obtaining a permit Upon Inquiry of the' Board, the filmed during World War II and
costs of replacement which have for the State Leglntatur laid from the city." how how Americans and other
didacy funds. the Superintendent
e i long drought, has helped jkt Attractive brochure handed County Attorney gave an opinion
and production here should .been substantially reduced sine the from Clay County. the seat now The Board began the current fiscal The ordinance provides a fine the prisoners of war were treated.
'' Out\ At exhibit Invites both viand on procedure to be followed
the date of the original policies. held by Sam Saunders, Middle- with $32.000 In .t $.10 and-or "The film should be of a great
eak proportions in about UoVM residents to Starke, year reserve. ( Imprisonment for by the County Tax Assessor and
An additional of $2,500: I deal of .
ceks with continued good effected saving Board ...lICh It describes aa "just a good burg. Saunders Is seeking re-elec "We have cut all the corner that 10 days for violators.Alexander the Board of County Commissioners interest to sll veterans particularly
annually was by the : those who served in tht
tlon. we know how to cut" Morgan said.
"" AridA town full of relative to the
I friendly granting or refusal !
r.t windstorm
eliminating European Theatre of
by cover
native of Louisville, "We have cut down on Insuranceand Operationsduring !
City had 5,000 crates PeApL' Thomas Is a Attends to grant homestead
exemption "
from the I
age policies. World War II, stated Albert 1'
b the market there on Feb.g Ky., and moved to Florida when are purchasing gasoline for on properties In the county.
Last year the Board's total InsuranCe L. Crosby, Legion
at five old. He attended busses at wholesale prices I am Shell Oil program
an average of $7.10. bill was $21,000. Mack Futch4Mcciated he was years Meeting Winton Parrlsh of Lawtey re.quested chairman.
glad to we will not have to I
public schools and (graduated say license to carry a plstoi All
With from Miami Edison High SchoolIn cut teachers' salaries this year a" J. B Alexander left Monday, order to Legionnaires and veterans)are
.n protect payroll
lists I
monejwhich
Raise $3,000 Election To Be Held 1938. A Veteran of World War some counties have been forcedto Jan 33 to attend a Jobbnrs' meet he carries from time to Invited to see this unusual film

inal Drive To Fill Brooker JQ Hill Williams II. having served with the V S. do. However, unless. something ing of all Shell Oil Co. dealers of time It was agreed to grant the

Army from 1941 until 1944.. he Is developos In the meanwhile to Florida and Georgia. The meetingwas request upon the applicant's furnishing Arctic Tern FeaturedIn
New Church Fundthe MeK Si: Futch of Starke Is I
now
[ Municipal Posts ItovClsled with Joe Hill Williams the holder of the purple heart He change the picture, I cannot say held at General OglethorpeHotel surety bond In the proper Tabernacle FilmA

was wounded in the battle ofI ,what might happen next year In Savannah, Ga. and was. amount
expectation of enteringw fft tjOM' 6 Butler In the
church auditorium this Residents of Brooker'will meet 4t 'law Mr. Williams general practttA I North Africa. The Board has been unable to presided over by J. L. Waldon The bill of Alachuii County Hospitnl bird that travels more thin
Monday, March 6, at 3 p.m. to recently pay December and January a<'- division manager and J. M Parks,
After his from the for services rendered Lawrence 20,000 miles
discharge
members of the First Bap- foilCd) bis law office which was I a yearfrom the/
decide whether or not the town associate\ sales.
urch of Starke last Sunday 1ol\eq\ for about a year because ofiis ,service, Thomas entered the University -I counts manager of the Hell was approved for $121 South Pole In winter, to the North
should be Incorporated as a city. O from the Southeastern Division
19r
| $3..000 of a $5,000 goal, es- fitness of Alabama and later transferred I The first > payment A request from the Florida Coun. ,role In summer. -Is one of t>emarvels

to er.able them to worshipnew The meeting will be held In the Futch' I to the University of Miami, I State was received on January J3 Also attending the meeting were Lll for the Blind Tampa, J.'lu., forpermission of nature shown In "Du't
Mi sonof Mr. and Mrs.A .
community hall. and totaled $21,267.00. This Included
building "debt free" : where he graduated in 1919 witha Doc Jordan, vice president; How to place vending ma- o r Destiny" aclentlf Ic-religlous
; ,
All freeholders who are quail' C. Futch of Starke, graduated $17.071 m) for teacher's salaries
ling to the Pastor, Rev. Lewtalnes. I Bachelor of Laws degree He I I ard Swanson, sales manager and ihinns on county property was de- film to be presented In the Gonprl I
( the \ of
to" College Law at the $1.61)000'for
fled voters as determined by the ; ( transportation;
I George Schweitzer. retail sales
[ t1nl was a member of Phi, Alpha Delta. riledBill Tabernacle, Friday, Feb 17, at
of Florida
records of the County Supervisorof Mlty this Feb"an' $2,3n8.00 for other current expenses
all of New of. of
drive began the first of' honorary legal fraternity I manager the York Carl Johns In the amount 7:30: p.m.Twice.
I' Registration and who have resided ( While at the Unlverbity he and $3,143: 00 for capital I flee; Fred Dittlein and U I. Kelly $11203 for damage to his truck,
Iry. seeking to have Thomas named a year making an un.
every Active In student was Keystone
\11" :
\ government,
for six months prior to outlay.
state for Bid which broke
manager Georgia, through road
resident member I a county charted flight that few humrnploleta
give aDm : Heights City Attorney recently
_Cr4Ifl\. As representative to
the
March 6. 1950 within the proposed .
Gerwln, state for
Florida bridge Brooker.
of manager near was denied would dare to the
$19 over and above the \\lqe\J Exerutive and Is secretary of the Chamberof attempt
territorial limits of the city, are Council from I Service : D. S. Holiday state jobber advice from the attorney .
nd regular gifts. One hun- lIla VlW School and chalr- Commerce. He Is a member of I Recruiting representative upon county Arctic tern U probably the greaNeat
be In the Initial was I
to
urged present. of Florida, and A. Z.
that the Board
not
nd was of all migrant birds. Through
sixty-three of the 500 pia" Com- DailyThe
> Open
election only qualified freeholder 1
) Itouck of South Floridatrea liable for
such
I Tampa damages
..
|>t member have alreadyt pllt\e., between the "nlvenlty and Church and Rotary. Ha la married some m)aterlou. knowledge, tre
voter. are authorized to vote, but
manager. Rxquesl of the BHS Band fundraising .
the special gift and each all others interested are Invitedto .tlC,
hore U being sent to the ,, 1' of Phi. .ta Phi, national I'I'pI Air Force Recruiting Service this committee for an additional the: other without any of the com.
be .
present.The office T. B. & Health Assn. $200 to be applied on band uniforms llcated Instruments required by
maintaining daily
following city officials will n".r1, legal fraternity. [ Herlong Named Head week began
f pastor I I Ii Of. was laid over until the next man.
stated that the mem- hours In the Starke Ton
be elected at this meeting: a mayor Will Meet
Monday meeting
p 1 hopes to hold Its first ser- Of Smathers Club Vice, Technical Sergeant Frank
five councilmen, a town clerkI L ,1ped' Children'sTo : { Clay Electric Cooperative Inc.
the church on Sunday, I I, Berry director of the local unit. Deputy Collector
|2. and a marshal. Following a meeting here Wednesday The Bradford County Tuberculosis jf Keystone Heights submitted an
at which
| time the building To Meet
ready for occupancy, al- Hewlett Anderson, who haul 1 afternoon It was announced',stated WednesdayFrom 10 o'clock.Intll noon each and Health Association will invoice covering the re-location of 'At Keystone Today

.
not fully completed. I: been serving as temporary chairman \ > tUrn. tin cerebral palsy will be that Dr. M. B. Merlon* had been day except Saturday and Sunday hold a board meeting Monday a three-phase 12.r Oo-volt feeder I

of the committee making arrangements \ .hO4Vfi _t'. meeting of tile Brad- named to head the Bradford County Interested men and women can night, February 13, at eight o'clockIn line In Highway 225 between A deputy collector of Intern l

rron Alexander Yawn in to re-vltallze the city I IAr% County Crippled Children's Smathers for U. S. Senator or* obtain full Information regarding the home of Mrs. J. R. Wainwright IrlKhwsys 100 'and 18. The Invoice, revenue wUl be at the poet offl .

I and Mrs. Tl'eronA., (Alex) government. states that no taxa. the ganlzatlon. : and In the amount of $961.61, was con- at Keystone Heights today ((1'1' -
'I\fN'/\jtteeln Hall
\
I Legion nation's army
the All board
service In Chairman. mem-
i of this city are announcing tion U proposed but that incorporation Al lht at 8 o'clock. Dr. Herlong stated that more Berry stated that I ilclfreil and the road supervisor clay from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. to give
Mon'l air forces. Sgt.
Irth of a son. Theron Alex- Is necessary in order | bar. are urged to be present and wu Instructed to check it and advice and assistance. to taxpayers
headquarters
public Is Invited to detail and plans of the Starke being used as a
\ complete was
Yawn, III, born yesterday for Brooker to qualify to receive 1'\11 while a I II other persona Interested are Ipvit-\have a report ready by the next In preparing their Income tax returns
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llday) In the North Florida payments from the state under ttl" nrVtln; and es this instruc.tI. 'organization will be announced I In this) vicinity In this area. !I id to attend. meeting of the Board on March 8. .
drive is on
here. Mrs. Yawn is the .ie new cigarette tax law '''. film. at an early date. recruiting

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-I merit for kidney stones. at !fllark: Flor
and daughter Tampa; Rev. and Is, tsan.OFFICIAL.. 01.
Mrs. L.. O. Hemingway, Rev. S. E. LAKE GENEVABy Many of our citizens are suffering ( SISAL,

Bradford County Telegraph Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond ; from colds. By Haven Croabi/i") +
Prevail all of Starke; and Mr Blanche. Cunningham Our weather remains dry but Joseph K. Nklm, "

and Mrs. W. P. Prevatt of Waldo. cooler. Never-the-Ieas, our farmers Bullrllnir., Jack,., "
1879 E!. L. MATTHEWS. .OWNIR-BDITO Ally for Pit
ESTABLISHED
are planting their crops or
.. 8..nd Mr. and Mrs. S. Campanella and Mrs. Sue Myrick spent Saturdayand I
Enterc4 the to '
and getting
ground ready plant. lit rirvnl
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ru..I..h.. ... Every Fr.'aY Office at Slarke, Jo"1a. Dr. and Mrs. M. Campanella and Sunday in Gainesville with K-lorldm In Cfc:i.,...1.1/;; ,'.
Our school
ClAM Matter at th" PONt garqessAfohrnriklrA daughter, Joan, were visiting the her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. children at Clay Hill P. L'. Wllilamii 1'1111'1.! ,' ,' .,
Mllla W.i.UnW ,
ZV/tf/vr former's son Victor, who Is 111 In and Mrs: Bishop Myrick, and at- School were administered typhoid 1102( tier 'I., ,

MEMBER 1950Nuhscriptrnn __.-n__. NEfiRi ==- the V. A. Hospital In Augusta Ga., tended the commencement exercises Lnnocnlattons 1 last week. Several, f Order"....0'of. UTA-I'H P............. ..t 6Oracle :
or
recently at the University of Florida at as usual, became Mill. 1"1''
somewhat III
as William js:
AnnuallyXkjfc Jgff tlJH For Six Month. Wherein I mrdltate on all thgood turpentine I and hanging It up to Friends of Bobby Dyal will be which time Bishop graduated in a a result. done 1* eta l>Kalh \,. "
*a.SO f holds the dust so well. mouth, Virginia' M
In life, the bumble things ol f dry. It glad to learn that he Is convalescIng course in "Education." He plansto You are required ",

the to-art. My heart In lifted uf, Bent way to remove grime front) nicely following an appendectomy study for his Masters degreeIn Is ( '....It Court Hr...'..... Co..tr. :::r"larbo'i: : lisa, ,q '.a
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measure.I'd work clothes Is to soak them in florin-Hi, In ChnarrrjJohn -. and .m-
and happy beyond performed last week In the near future W. Darilvn Plaintiff, vn. Elsie nlalntlrt seeks dk'ur.
RUNT TELL GIOVANNIA like to write a single verse a solution of kerosene and water the Starke hospital. Mrs. Ida M. Gentry and daughter 1(. harden PffVn lant. face Nn.76,.,9.Order County Tel"I'rapbha'i
to ..1 1hi t first and sometimes add 11 if Publication sad Notice t.'en. thin' Order In next 4 ..'.
magazine correspondent Interviewed an Italian worker ge that praisesAll Mrs. Nell Kuhn of Akron Ohio Lillian, spent Sunday in Silver ..,. MTATM <.f n.OltlDA 11 Wttneiui/ mv hand aim .k,.,,nIS.
low standard homely humble things thai bit of kerosene to the water who .:| | H Dardrn, hone
described Giovanni's w residence In Florida ,
reaction to the Marshall Plan. He I wash dish towels. They smellso was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Perry Springs with Mr. and Mrs. Burt unknown: fSv- thl
his wife and his two boys had bread make the heart last Busbee. They helped celebrate Mr.Busb..e' You are required to .
Poor Giovanni and Starling and son, Wilton app ar on (OFFICIAL. 6KAL) J
of Add few A.
living. sweet when dried. a J
1 1By
Delight each day with unassuming February 20 1950, In the lObo As
could not afford meat or "spaghetti birthday.Mrs. Clerk of1 ,
and an egg each for breakfast. They art. drops of perfume to your starch week. named Court and ""u"" whereinPlaintiff Haven Crosby. r"'pg';ay,
week. On Sundays the family went to church starched clothes Muriel Ratciltf'and Gene Watson B. Cunningham and sons,I nnttku dlvorc-. Bradford John J. II..nd.. '
a
than once to make the I'
more County '
Telegraph hatt this onhil Lakexhoir0n'
the
and Mama Giovanni And fills the eyes with tears attended the State Fair In Tampa Edison Terrill, Richard, and War publlBh Ave.
walked to the zoo. On Saturdays Papa smell sweet. Orals In next four weekly I..". .. yule Florida.
Mid then I
aid movi while one gazes I last weekend. ren spent Saturday. 'in Daytona WltncNi. my hand and official seal Ally for Pit.
) doubt, they saw good Ajnertran 2
where no
went to the movies Here is Rev. Charlotte Dlllion __ __.
gowned and the men all The simple things that need no John McKlnny and son, J. D., Beach attending the Stock car u
1"A, In whim the women were all beautifully subtle phrasesTo prayer for peace. She Is a Methodist were business visitors to Gainesville races. Richard is a charter mem- FOR ALL TYPES OFPEST'

drove convertible automobiles. their pleasure that their ber
point Monday. of the Nascar Association
r Giovanni thinks that the United States is wonderful. He gets letters shapes contain: "Almighty God, Greater"of the We'welcome Mr. and Mrs L. P. Mrs. Wm. Nuttles (Granny) and ... CONTROL ; l

from friends In this country. The friends all have cars and radios Gnarled hands that bear the heaven! and the earth, who holdetl Rafuse and family to our commun daughter, Mrs. Edith Burkman of WRITE OR PHONE
All of this, Giovanni ta stain'Of Thine in Thy hands, we FLORIDA :
amber destiny
and bought War Bonds with their savings. mottled Glen Burnle, >Md., who has been PEST CONTRA' '
the United States has had democracy forever age and work; the flrleligh worship Thee. Thou art our Fa-
wire, is due to the fact that visiting here for the past few and CHEMICAL
Is that blazes ther. Draw us from our wander- CO.f,
young.
very
Italy's democracy
hundred and fifty years, while ity.PINE weeks are now in Tampa visiting
a deal to do with It. but It takes And brings to life a. portrait on Ing ways to paths of rlg-hteonsnes relatives. 2450 N. ALABAMA ST. TELEPHONE 23.f];'
No doubt democracy has a great the wall; and lift our minds unto Thee, thatWe LEVEL GAINESVILLE, FLA. 1 '
is 8.00O) lira a. week-roughly E. Gnann had the good fortune
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snore than democracy. Giovanni's pay A brass bound book preservingIn may catch a vision of a better Termites Rodents All Household :
Bradford County we can find John who can vote of lly Mrs H. M. McIUe recently to land a 11 3-. lb. bas Pest... ,
equivalent. to $16. In it's pag..sThe life and live above the plains
and enjoy all the privilege of democracy who Is' paid $15 for 50 hoursof hoarded days and faces: strife and hate. We pray for while fishing in one of the lakes Free,,limpeottom and Estimates. Given by GI'IIdq1;;!

farm labor. Now John has five children at home and another onecoming. all the brightUnconscious those who sorrow, for those who EDWARD ASYAMA DIES: near here. Entomologists! (University of Florida).

He and his wife don't get to the movies very often on $15 a charm of truth suffer want and pain, for those! Our community was saddened Mrs. B. Cunningham' Mrs R. Dempsey R. Sapp Roy y &J

eat many eggs for breakfast. that children call whose lives and hearts are bruised Sunday morning by the death of I rorsythe and Mrs. A. Carlson,

week" nor do they that democracy Is better To being In their drawings; and torn by storms of .life. Give i Edward Asyama 73, who passed a. were Green Cove Springs. and ,nut

Our John docs not need to be persuaded that saw this love that gauges us love unto Thy love .the spirit way at that time In the home of Starke,, visitors recently.

than communism. He is from an old American family The moments gloom and leads. that comes from the living Christ, Mr.\ and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. He T

country grow up.Vbat John wants Is a chance to make enough moneyto the heart to light.R.( that we may truly be Thy children was a native of Arkansas, where R.B.ALVAREZ&SON

take care of his family without migrating to another section of the W. Robert: and dwell In love and peace to. ha resided until 1912 at which LONG BRANCHBy STORAGE

it Is, Is here. time he moved to Florida and .. .
country. Ills home, such as I have been looking over some of gether. This we pray In the name =. '((I'',
Plan--not minimum of Jesus Christ the Saviour"of the made his home with Mr. and Mrs. b ., "\" A; We
What is the answer? Not a local Marshall a ; my first writing about Clay"HIll. Mrs. J. L. Strickland .j"" ....1dkaty..v., ,qt. operate
to the employable In world. Amen. Lewis. He was a faithful memberof Jt.IUlVUU<: tSOIl
standard-Imt enough employment keep I have only a few clippings here ..
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wage a3I Wag dl
demand throughout the year Bradford County needs more Industryand and there from papers. It is We have quite a few lady min Pine Level Baptist Church. Alonzo Strickland of California ,,'r MOV'HGr.-.1' ?''Ii tJ.'"

and most of his raise have the first Issue asters and they are doing wonderful Funeral services were held In ......._ .
as John's pay goes up so will he spend more strange tho, I Us church with the pastor the returned to Florida by plane recently ;t;.." a.fi )'"b..1'<<' 10 rEX.T..U
that his family are now doing from back In 1043 or Jan.' 1944. work and are well loved. God
will go to local merchants for the things Rev W. E. Hall, officiating. Burial to attend to business mat-
be lessened for Johncan I looked at pictures of my Clay bless them. I II : .
the ",
burden on taxpayer
will the I "
without. So too, w'aa In Dyal Cemetery.
$15 Hill school. Children small then I have sweet pictures of my ters. While In the state he spent
not pay for school meals or doctor 'bills for his children on a have now grown married and have grandchildren. The 'little girl is We regret that little Edward a day here in Long Branch with ,>p STURAGF

week. five and looks like Hall Murrhee was required to reenter friends and relatives. He states
children of their own. It Is as now my picture F.r\'ILlTI.
things should be but somehowthe i when I was a little girl.I
"Th World Shall Have Munlc". heart of a woman would keep I found this paper among; some wish him a speedy recovery. season now and his orchard is so -

tur youngsters with her. Knowingthis of Don's things and It was so goodI Mrs. Florence Haltiwanger and wet and muddy that he cannot
was asked where the world was going in the granddaughter, Deleres, and Mrs. work it this time which influenced
When Carl Sandburg cannot be all my children are I copied It down. It reads: "Give at See us fir I
next fifty years he did what was natural to him and quoted from one forever In my heart to your brother the same freedoms J. R. Lyons all of Jacksonville him In his decision to visit Bros.
was that man is a changer- were guests of the H. M. McRae's Florida now. Mi
of his
characters. The gist message
of his
I have been cleaning house an:! you ask for yourself. Bel.eve him i
"God made him so"; that the world may see the brightest; era that It 'washing curtains.' I changed the to be as honest In his opinion as Friday of last week. Homer Padgett was taken to the IJ"
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas ____
has ever known. As Sandburg put !It; "You shall have music, the furniture about In the living room.I you are In yours; work (for the Starke hospital to undergo treat- -
and children were visiting the ,
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nations over the globe shall have music, music Instead of murder. have my desk over In another clearest visions and strive' fa-: the Herman Thomases In Rising Sat- .(.

Indeed he Is, we well see an corner and I am all settled for a I noblest attainments your particular '
as may
creature
era If of man peace la a for changing the greatest change that man could make would beG visit with you all. It always. gives form of belief can conrelve". urday.Misses Gwendolyn and Shirley Save Time, Work, ;; From where I sit:fy Joe Man] j
Here
Is
me such a satisfied, contented : a delicious RAISIN NUT
live in with his fellowman. History records wars ever Increasing McRae were among. those attendIng _
) peace
CREAM
PIE
feeling to look about at hand! :
in violence and scope until any sensible people must realize that*we niy the State Fair in Tampa Sat- and Money!
work, when the house Is shining;; 1-2 cup seedless raisins in cup
have about reached the limit that this battered old world can stand. and the curtains white and clean. water urday. vS

We have made much progress toward peace. In spite of the saber I am thankful then I am a woman 1.2 cup sugar and 2 tblsps but Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrickand Pounds Of Your
Mrs. B. ?J. McRae, "Left-Handed >
daughter, '
of the needs of other countries. We have recognized ter Compline
rattling. We are aware and have power to create a home, 9
aDd Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae Laundry Done In
the fact tbat when some live under the sword none are safe. and love the simple and humble 3 egg yolks I
Robert
were visiting Mr. and Mrs.!
We' know that no country can prosper when the rest of the world is things about me. I like to bake 2 tablespoons flour Taylor in Oluntee Bunday. Mr Only .

bankrupt. The health and well-being of the world Is almost as closely Don whole wheat bread. It always 3_ tablespoons lemon juice and and Mrs. Taylor are the proud parents See where m bank !I. Denver I. Stsmmetingandothernervs "
smells so good when baking. I some grated rind. putting In left-handed checkbooks. orders often their start.dp
linked to-day as was that of a community fifty years ago. of a. new son. Other weekend Minutes. It Is get ,
have been him buckwheat 1-4 tap cloves and cinnamon. ,
making '
They figure their dcponitors with children.
southpaw -
:Might it not be that man's belief In peace that his prayers and actions visitors of the Taylors were way j /
about In which nations live In harmony? We pancakes for supper since our 1-2 cup chopped pecans his parents Mr. and Mrs. S. B. 40 Washed Spotlessly deserve jest aa much consideration From where I sit, if a numi J< could bring an era
relatively boy has been gone taking his final Simmer raisins, water and sugar Taylor of Adel, Oa., and Mrs. A. i Clean-Ready'! as the right handers. to see his left ......-that'i
are not all poets but we are thinking, feeling beings and only a exams to get his embalming li- beer low heat until plump. ThlcRn -
F. Hall and children of Jackson!! To Iron! Time was when It was believed business. It's net such a sod
few sadistic people In our midst relish violence. The good thingsIn cense. He left Sunday and that with flour and add beaten. egg "
ville. that left-handed people had no to make anyone d. things w
the world are usually the things that are planned and worked for. was the day we had a funeral yolk. When cooled some place in
The bad things, the result of Ignorance neglect or lack of thought. hnre at the Mortuary. I played nine Inch baked pie crust. Top Cents Is All H right to exist at all If a youngster Just because we tUk.I il'ir
showed of his left Personally. I think a mellow J Jof
signs using
When we know what we want we can plan for it and work toward It. music softly on the piano. They with meringue made with 3 egg GUARANTEED
whites. 40 Our hand his parents were supposed to beer Is the .*flt 'nerJII''
We want and We must keep our thoughts on the did not want any songs. Our lady Costs! Try
peace prosperity. minister gave the talk and prayerI Such a. beautiful winter day. here T INE TO POP l4uucouaJ break him of the habit-to fore. earth. If you happen. t. :prat/(
AoaJ. him his Coke why, t. itl! Oaly ln. j
especially enjoyed her words. and my heart rejoices for such anice .a.re"era, 1eoyLY Service Soon! to use right. ( '
She has also given me a prayer for visit with vou all Cod bless But today most doctors will tell the sane freed.m of ckoire. ,

liii :Men's Clothing peace which I shall put at the I you every one. you that changing a child's natu'OU? n,

ALVAREZ' STORE Established 18'Jt 11"11 close of this. ( LOVE LURAGRAHAM The Washeteria ral left-handed tendency usually k -fI(;.,"

w I have missed' my Willie bird ai era/ causes more harm than good

lot. I read where it said to food I] 323 Temple Avenue

birds when there was a big snow Copyright,1959,United Stitet Brewers/..nj!
on. I have not seen many birds NO HULLS ..i:'.

FOR EXPERT WASHING this winter. We have a deep snow By Mr*. John McKinneyB.pT4sT ji'OREPOWERtbl1nevvl
on the ground. I swept a place

out In the center of the lawn .
which I can> see from the dining- HOMECOMING: '
POLISHING GREASINGTIRES room window. I put crumbs out The large crowd present enjoyedthe
homecoming service and bas
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there and then waited. I had onlya
.ket dinner at Graham Baptist
dog as a guest at the feast tho !
Church last i
Sunday.
BATTERIES
TUBES
first day. Yesterday I saw a
Pastor John H. Sable, of "

PURE OIL PRODUCTS heard flock morning of him I chlck-a-rlees.singing.saw a I red have Then bird put this and out preached"Forgetting his Cod"farewell at the message morning Tampa r; I i

,service. M' OR' VA' LU' E .
more feed and shall do that every e
Beginning at 1:30: P. M. brief Thl10ever/
day. I may put out some warm I S
SEE THE AUTO FOUNTAIN water too. So life goes on with testimonials. were given by the .
pastor of the Highland Baptist
little things( to pleasure me.I .
Church, Rev. L. O. Hemingway, ,
:Madison: & Walnut Streets Starke, Fla. have finished the lace for my Rev. Sable, Rev. Robert L. Perkins, S ". '' :.... .
last sheet I will now make some 9
and others. A number of songs
nice aprons. My good friend In rendered by the Highland Baptist \
Sioux City gave me a pattern and 1
Church Choir were enjoyed. At o
an apron. My dear friend in ::3.6O: P. M. many of those in attendance 3 f '
Wayne whom I visited
when I
and the choir held a prayer
7 came out here gave me a hook for :
i I meeting( at the home of Sister
0 Christmas. "Never Dies The!:
I 1 trca.vaou
Abernathy who has been confined
Dream" Is the name of It and !it I| to her bed due to \\IIne ,\ for the A i't '
Is! such good reading. Don had to past three years. rd' L R

deliver gas out by Martinsbutp,I I Brother Robert I... Perkins of ;
but he Is bark by now. ?
Jacksonville, a student at Stetson
.t CLAY HILL,: I had a letter from University, Dclixnd, preached dur- -- : jj

Dorthy Manning and a letter and ing the 7:30 P. M. service, and at -

picture from Joy Wilkinnon. Sucha that time became official pastor ._ J_ .

beautiful young lady she Is nov 'of the Graham Baptist Church. rJi$4iJ"Lu1: ;

It made me so proud and happy. Among the many out-of-town

I Some have had flu and colds at visitors present for homecomingwere

\ -chool, but all are doing well and Mrs. Clarice Murphy Mr. and

I happy. Mrs. Ray Birt and. children,
II I UKI.Fd'1. HINTS I made a Gainesville; Mr.\ and Mrs. Leroy

lust cloth by wetting a cloth with Osteen. Tampa; Mrs. John Slble L5jI r

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M 1 Is it a crime to give people more good food for their money?

,gar For 90 years A&P has devoted all its energies to this end.

For many months now the anti-trust lawyers from Washington have been giving stories to .the newspapers,
making speeches and talking oyer the radio about this company.
hat Has Gone BeforeToday's
They have been making serious and damaging allegations about the methods that enable A&P to give its customers -

better food values.
:, a d.is the third in a series telling about
times the anti-trust lawyers made serious and We have already told you about other times the anti-trust lawyers made charges! against us that were proved
damaging! charges against A&P that the courts utterly false in court.
decided were not true. .

In the first ad in this aeries we told you about the time In the left-hand column on this page you can read what the federal judges had to say about those two cases.
the anti-trust lawyers charged that A&P and other good
American citizens, conspired to fix the price of bread in Now we are going to tell you about the third time a federal judge decided against the anti-trust lawyers.
Washington.
These charges were false.
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That was the time Federal Judge T. Alan Golds-
The Dallas AntiTrust Suit
borough instructed the jury to bring in a verdict
of "not guilty". .
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It was the time he said to the anti-trust lawyers: In 1942 the anti-trust lawyers went out to Dallas, Texas, Judge Atwell also said to the anti-trust lawyers:

"If you were trial to show lawyer this in record the to world any, experienced he- '1,400 miles from the homes of most of the defendants, "// the indictment is not good then it is better to

would tell you that there was not any evidence and instigated criminal charges against A&P. find out before an expensive trial than it is after an

a at all this expensive trial.I I do not think it is good, and thnk
About case one thing was sure. .
r "Honestly, I have never in my over forty ing that, it is my duty to sustain the demurrers and
years' experience seen tried a case that was Their previous experience did not deter the anti-trust lawyers from motion to quash."
a as absolutely devoid of evidence as this. I making more inflammatory and damaging allegations, just as they
.fJl a !. That is the"honest truth. I have never seen had done before.They In short, Federal Judge Atwell threw the. anti-trust
i., one like it. I lawyers and their case right out of his court.
II But.that was not the only time the anti-trust lawyers made .. .
.J uch serious "allegations" against A&P which were false. ; t made practically the same allegations they are So that makes three times that the anti-trust lawyers made damaging

:.c .' Wilson, North Carolina, they charged A&P's theywercallwrong.lnlhcllurdcascafc..JeraIJudgcsaldthclDdic mcnt
I'h Federal W.H.Atwell ruled that the should not be tried.
'h'f Judge case even wasinflammatoryandhcwouIJnotevcnIJermitthecam-tobc&--'.
rea fruit and vegetable buying subsidiary, and :
'J Hesaad thattheandlctmentcontam ed.inflammatory statements that. he
.M other good American citizens, with conspiring to The anti-trust lawyers were not satisfied with the Dallas decision.Neither .
,k fix and depress prices paid farmers for potatoes d. to be presented to a jury
',1 : were they.8.atJsfieJ with the two other decisions in which
:' in North Carolina, Virginia and Maryland.
'' Judge Atwell said to the anti-trust lawyers: federal courts administered stinging rebuke to them.
Here. again, as in the Washington bread case the charges
1'1 were false. They were still determined to destroy A&P.
"// / thought 1 was presiding over a court and that 1
This the time Federal Judge C. C. Wyche
was
ilf directed the jury to bring in a verdict of "not might have to sentence some person because he was In our next ad we will! tell you how they continuedtheir

I: guilty". a great big fellow, or because he was a Lilliputian, campaign in this case in the Circuit Court of

r f. i.It. was the time he said to the anti-trust lawyers: I would feel like resigning. God knows we don't Appeals and subsequent proceedings.

l .: "/ have studied this case from the very out want it ever to occur in America that the size is going We will show you how, once again, they disagreed with
set. In my opinion! there is no testimony to determine whether a man is guilty or innocent the courts.
i produced from which it can reasonably be '
inferred that the defendants entered into.
a combination to depress or lower the priceof .

potatoes. Everything that has. happened since this suit was filed proves that the American people don't want A&P destroyed.
l "I might say that I never I rae J. my
life where a greater effort, more work more deluge of letters from people in all walks of life and thousands of editorials in newspapers and magazines
investigation. had been done, combing a/- .
convince us that the public has faith in A&P.
most with a fine-tooth comb to gather evidence -
as was done in this case. The housewives of this nation, whose patronage has made this company big, are buying from us in increasing

"But,as was said a long time ago, you can't numbers. and increasing volume.
make brick without straw, and you can't
make a case without facts." Our suppliers, whom the anti-trust lawyers allege I we have exploited, are rushing to our support.

I So here were two cases in which the antitrult.lawy. rl Labor leaders, mindful of the fact that A&P employees' enjoy the best wages, hours and working conditions, aretaking
made seriously damaging charges against A&P In which
the judge decided that there were no facts to support a stand against the suit.Even .

those charges. many of our good competitors, who the anti-trust lawyers allege are hurt by our competition, have taken

Today, we :want to tell you about the third time ads to tell the public that they. don't like this attack on A&P.
--this time"in Dallas Texas-the court decided
against the anti-trust lawyers. All this indicates that the American people realize that the suit to destroy A&P is really a suit against efficiency

against. low prices and. against real competition.

Apparently most Americans do not want to let the anti-trust lawyers in Washington blow the whistle on any bus

... "ne.sman who does a better and more efficient job and grows big in the process.

No one can make them believe it is a crime to try to soil the best quality food at the lowest possible price. ..

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PAGE FOUR I rI such an attractive place but she can hardly find her way In good time Thurmiai

I PresentationBy Tourist Club Plans Students you should be lure and around (imagine getting lost a- pecially Billy Greasier !! .
Initial attend the night dancesat mong all those handsome Jax boy.. boys like thee to
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I I Starke Musicale Bingo Party Feb. 16A the USO that are being sponsored my my), also says she misses all such a nice teacher ,. I I, '111.1.the .1.

of her BHS friends. Wonder if Ing tool.! .
ReceivedThe time was had at the f) by the Glee Club, 'cause Maybe ,\ "
Favorably delightful night meeting! of the you'll surely enjoy them and,they James P. Is Included in that a dancing teacher ,"I.l J

first regular meeting of the Thursday Tourist Club In the American need the mazuma (money to you Loca has moved to Graham now.: who knows? I
Starke If we don't get Better watch her, Harold Say did know '
I Starke Musicale was a great success. Legion Hall. young: things) you s ,' I (
Judging by the number attending Recreation Chairman those Tornadoes out on the dance Might be some cute boys out there discs flying around ,rl, ....t.

I and the enthusiasm shown The Assistant Young, and her CAROLYN Jr. floor more often, the girls will forget were? Well they're: 111, a. +_
Residence June Caldwell OtficeI'h by those responsible for the event Mrs. Jessie visitor how to dance says who? Glimpsed Idell Landruni at the "Mule Train." :''C
M. J. Hester, a :
Phone *9 I sister! Mrs. !
KOIU II BHS Friday Said she'd finished Here's a though .
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State Farm I The musicale was from Florence. Ala., led In group, r 'acl
Methodist educational 1 Mr. Gibson1 first period English exams at U of F and was taking young things Pen? '
I of the
itorlum and contests. Part
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".I I blilldlng which was attrnctlvo- singing games This sure has been an exciting \ class received a letter from i a rent. Also saw Kenneth G., will never come to th..shald. .

n's Club Baptist WMS decorated with gladoli and aralea Refreshments were nerved by week at BHS. We've seen two June Rerher an old BHS student -' Carl R. Jr., and lots of other University or nation who sit in.. i '
:: I ly Mrs. 'v qd
Jr. W Clar-Jean Florists for the the hostesses for the evening :I Interesting people First. who has moved to Jackson I IvIIII. ,I students home this week them .

Met Last Week; Circles Met Monday occasion.by Bertha. Pearce Mrs Maxie and Carter Mrs., :' Wednesday very, afternoon.. Johnny, the .'. She goes to Jackson: High I Be seeln' \ "i, Y'
Mrs W. H. Nollman, there It la nice, Hear the class had,
Mona Conva, President, 'I up says sure dancing sure Car i if 1\<
Mrs I j h
WMS Morris
PlannedThe The circles of the Baptist call boy for Phillip
Dance met Tuesday afternoon February'presided graciously but Informallyover \ Janie Avery. famous He nIIryWIYnA/nmm, /. ,,llnY.lanmlmnulllnoWrnWnuneonunlal,;., "" '"' '''' ''''' '' ''' '' '..,r, "",.. ,9'n1T, 1JI'"IIII1If1111''tnlUm"u"'''' '"" '' '' ", ,, ',IIYW,,,,,, 1\\ ...,""" """,","""""""MII.lmharvj ,,' I&'.
to us.
Severalwinter visitors In Starke .Tobacco Co., came see '--- -- ------ ---- tot
of Ute business session
short
meeting ; a
monthly held, 7. at 3 o'clock. the organization were guests at this meeting for visited each classroom, talked to ff
Club was which completed
Womnn's i LET US PAY YOUR HOSPITAL
Junior The Lorena Epperson circle met first time and expressed their BILLSPays
February 2nd, I Thirty-six charter members were the us for awhile and gave hl. fam
Thursday evening In the home of Mrs. D. L Silcox' delight with Starke and the Tourist I
In the Woman's Club building. with 21 members and two visitorspresent. enroll..d.Mrll. vicepresident Club.A ous call. He'i an a good-will: lour. in Full Regardless of Workman's Compensation W;
E. K. Ferryman
It. H. Adams president pre at the
Mrs! of the U. S. and stopped
( presented a most enjoyable number of people have returned ACCIDENTS, SIOKNESSCHILD 111tr'
sided. It Mrs. Paul Raymond gave the devotional to Starke for the second and I Rotary Club for lunch. Mr. Par- '
session program.Mm./: BIRTH
During the donate business$60 to theelementary I using the first chapter, Sidney W. Godwin, sopranoand third season since the Tourist Club tin, our genial principal asked (*,

vas voted to school milk fund, and John.Mrs. also president of the Suwan- has been organized, and their him to come down to the school INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY CROUP l'v|

$25 towards the purchaseof James Lewis and Mrs. nee!' District of the Florida Federation coming here Is partly because of so the students could see him, and (Hacked by an Old Line Legal Reserve Life Ins(
to give Madge Whiting gave a very Interesting of Music Clubs, sang "SongH this organization in which they
The he looked over
B. H. S. band uniform. boy, o' boy, was LIBERAL CASH BENEFITS FOR I :
a Dvorak. active and
Me" take part provide
become program.The My Mother Taught by can an
voted to especially by the gals. 1
:were
fallowing' Miss Sharon business session was presided "Vot Che Sepate" by Mozart, entertainment for themselves little 4 Hospital ,
members of the club: Then Thursday morning a room operating room anpnthci.i.1.i: n,
Hall Miss June Caldwell, Miss Lucille over by Mrs. B T. Thomas, circle : "Beautiful Dreamer" by Foster and their friends. before the school bell rang who I DMHllclneH. laboratory" expense. hypodermics, anita,

Alvarez Miss Betty Anne leader Routine business wa. "Apple Blossoms" by Kcllle, Plans were further discussed should be coming down Temple I lance, and oxygen therapy

Flynn, Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Jr.. transacted. "Then are Fairies at the Bottomof and"The for the benefit Bingo Party to be Avenue but the "Goat Man," a I Ii !K, I'ayit. Pily..I Ian,' or Surgeons' / fees for ols'ruin, ,du)t
Lehman
Mrs. Robert Jackaort, Mrs. R. L. The meeting was closed by all Our Gardnn" by held Thursday night Feb 16 at very long whiskered gentleman, to accident or sickness.

Fowler, Mrs. Henry Godwin, and members repeating the year verse Wren" by Benedict. 8 p.m. in the Legion Hall. Prizes who has traveled all over the U I
Mrs. Guy B. Williams.\ of the WMS.Following Claude L Murphree of the Uni- are being donated by the Starke S. with his goats.. Hear he bas Age Limits: One day to 80 yearncosts only ,, 1 t1k
versity of Florida entertained at merchants and there will also bea cents day for whole family. Choose .
Mrs. Vernon Silcox gave a report the meeting the host- one named Fuller Warren, (wonder -, per your own rl
the piano with "Prelude In C- door prize. Admission for the this the) v. .. and use any hospital.
on the March of Dimes Danceto ess served delicious refreshments.1 j if the man gives one
> Rachmanlnnoff
14 I Sharp Minor" by 12 games will be COc. collects). Bet the MAIL COUPON TODAY
be held Tuesday, February The Doris Knight circle met In "Minuet" Paderewskl, "Clair pennies he governor !
nt the Pelican Club. Admission the Educational Building of the Lune" by and "Galloping Cake A cordial invitation Is extendedto sure does feel proud of his I Inamesake. _____ ......_ _._____ __.1\1.\
will be $1.00 per couple and dancingwill I church Tuesday night, February]j I de walk" by Debussy, "Waltz In C- the public to "come and bring Besides the students, RESERVE LIFE INS. CO., OKPT.: C-I. ;:::::
at 9 o'clock The public your friends and help build up who ranged: from the first to the I I PoMoffico Box; 226
begin 7, at 7:30: ( o'clock with Mrs J.A. Sharp Minor," "Nocturne In KFlat. '
I 'I your Tourist Club. Refreshments 12th he attracted quite a STARKR. FLA. I
la Invited to attend. Griffin circle leader presiding. I IThere ." and two preludes by Cho- grades !
Following the business session were 27 members present. i pin. will also be served.Chairman 'bit of attention from passing\ tourists BENEFITS'ARE NOT REDUCED Please send me full information about your! Hi,,-, '1J':
served I and others In the vicinity 4 Plan. This does not obligate me In any wav :
delicious refreuhments were The meeting was opened with thn These presentations were Inter- FOR CHILDREN OR

bv the hoHtesse, Mrs. Long Robert, i song, "Wonderful Words of Life" ; nperscd, with group singing of familiar Of Health wishes Including she yours had a truly little, "Kid"who just. : ELDERLY: DEPENDENTS Name Street _?.:::::::::::===::::::::=:=:: .I

Barksdale. Mrs. Eugene with Mrs. Sara Cogglns at the favorites led by Mrs. Edward Presents ProgramAt City________ _.. ... State.. ,
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and Miss Hazel j 16 or over : Glad In Any Hospital : -- ------- -
Mrs. Lamar Curry, piano, followed by a prayer by,i Charbonneau, and a poem, ClubThe Heat that the Football Banquetwas Age_________.>. .-. Phone____.. U..
Fields. Mrs. C. A. Knight. Mrs. T. K. I i "I Am Music" by Mlessner ready Woman's Covers I Polio U po. ,000 _____.___ _,.. .... __ -- ___.1U''
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social hour Mrs. McClane had of the' ) Mrs. Canova. really something auIAne"'Wilda
Albert During Richards the entertained the devotional., Jr. charge Mrs. R. A. Green, chairman and Woman's Club of Starke night. Barbara Bunch was with .,., '" ,i III Will, IYIIIMWIYYInWasnIIIYIIYNIIWIIsWWYYWYYWYIIYNIYIYWWwffl5YYYI. ,,. ''. '' '''' ' '' ''.' .. ....,.....,...........'...,........_.,;,.....".."""101'10"I/'. '. .'. I hw ;

met afternoon at 3:30: Tuttle Andrews (Don't feel ,, .
with several skits and tap the business I other members of the social committee Wednesday ( _",-,----------------- --- ---..::
group meeting
During
dancing. reports were made by the chairmenof I I served delightful punch and o'clock In the club building. too bad, Kasper). Jack Wainwright to- (ovu.
and Knight seem
Nancy
cookies than The auditorium was attractively
committees on the work done : to more fifty members
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I and guests Mrs. Barbara decorated with azaleas and other be really that way now. HearClayton's PI.oh.
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Circle the month of
Woodman during January. I in Shirley ,
for this occasion. quite Interested -
Breazeale[ presided at the punch spring flowers
During January the ladles put What's Joyce doing now? Is ca'pr
Members of the Woodman Clr- flowers in the church each Sundny.ouo"ht bowl. t Mrs. J. B. Cottrell\, chairman of I Rebuilt ,
I It American History C. H. and (H t ta
tie< will hold their regular meetIng /: food for a needy child at Others who are Interested in becoming health had charge of the programand ....
much, couldIt
II. B. talk about so or
Tuesday February 14. at 8 school and prepared the brotherhood charter members may do Introduced Mrs. Blanche Edwards 011
p.m. In the Woodman Hall. All supper. i I so by contacting Mrs. Canova, together with a group of maybe "Present end FutureHistory" 100:
Mrs. Perryman Mrs. Jessie I who "fsrav
members are urged to attend. her seventh grade students r t
Following these Mrs. Lemuel Colson before In case Sue B. doesn't beat her.
Young or conducted Interesting discus-
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group was dismissed with prayer I February 13. sion entitled "Tuberculosis." gums as much as usual lately, It'sj I 2W44S row
Parent-Teacher Assn. by Mrs. John Pearce, guest speaker just 'cause she has lost her voice,
l\lee Wednesday for the evening, and joined the I Mrs. W. R. Morse, president of (woe Is Sue). Sure mire your chatter -I' e ;o r.

business Women's circle in the JonesDouglasMr. the club read the devotional us- Sue. Bet some. people wish, ONLY 0"

The Starke P T, A will hold its main auditorium. i and Mrs. J. C. Jones of I ing the 32nd Psalm. I'd lone my hand. (Wouldn't that i50N

rr ular meeting next Wednesday Mrs. John Pearce gave an Interesting Starke announce the marriage of During the business session the.corresponding be awful?) .

afternoon at 3:30: o'clock In the review of the work of the their daughter/ Cora Bell to I.e-I secretary was Instructed Overheard!' the Spanish Class' '

I U 8. O. building. All members Home Mission Board In Florida. I roy H Douglas' son of Mrs. Annie to write a letter to Mr. making plans to go to the Span 10

a.:urged to attend. During the aortal hour the hostesses I Douglas, of Fernandlna. The wed I and Mrs. A B. Williams thanking ish Festival! In Ybor City Thursday -

Mrs. J. H. Dennis, Mrs. T cling was an event of January 16'them for the magnolia, and dogwood They were going to leave i S-Yiar Strvltt F'l LLan ,"

W King and Mrs. T. Frank Lan- In Kln sl8nd,''Ga. The couple( will trees which they presented at 6:00: a.m. (gracious, just as I ,... HEW B ailU..t.,. C.INI!

ATTENTIONV.ETERANS drum, served delicious refresh reside in Fernandlna where, Mr. to the club.Following. am turning over for my other) HEW I..'.... cenlr.!. PItlE; -

ments. Douglas is a a operator for Container the business, a social forty winks), and will be back'' IMMEDIATE I DELIVERY I HEW alrplMt- ta*> .JII
The Butines' Women's Circle Corporation of America. :hour was enjoyed. Hostesses were around 10:30: p.m. Bet they mire I (>|. carrying cat.
TERMS !
Our Financing Agn'em 'nt at 7:30 In EASY z..1I. .!!, !!!.. ..I-
met Tuesday evening : Mrs. J. M. Hembree, Mrs. A. Z: drive those Senors and senoritas! : !
Makes It r<>....lhl." For Vs bund In the rural churches;.
Ihe' Educational Building of the perform
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\ Adlclns Mrs. Ruby Johns. Mrs wild down there Or will they Liberal Trait-la Alltwanc
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.To 11..111.h'l'1 nll owu church with Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, of the New River Association.At .
P. L. Bridges Mrs. D. L>, Silcox. The Football boys left' for the,
Home( See I'. For Complete circle lender, presiding.Mrs. the close of the meeting the ACME VACUUM STORES!: .Inc.
Mrs. James Lewis, Mrs. S. L. Peek, Fair Thursday afternoon a bus' r -
Information.VALRATII John Pearce of the Home ,hostesnes, Mrs. A. H. Johns, Mrs. :Mr*. r, A. Shepherd, Mrs. Arthur left last Saturday morning fort 412 Weflt Forsyth St., ;
and State Missions Board was Blanchard Law, Mrs. A. R. McRae, Jacksonville, Florida. 8,
& VVALRATIIfh. I\fcltae, and Miss Audrey Newman. Tampa: loaded, with students also]
guest speaker for the evening. She'and Mrs. Lonnie Sullivan, served I would like a free home demonstration tt1;
4141 -HO'stone Heights I I the PITA X_ _VIIHtllilenta'u_ _'_-0__'_ went. '
spoke on work she and her hua- ,, delicious refreshments. New River WMU I'I'I The chop class took off too. HOMEDEMONSTRATION beautiful rebuilt Singer Sewing Machine comp uj.!:

The Fair! was a by word, last for $34.50.
I Met At Brooker : ,week. Bet BHS as well as Bradford USE COUPON 2JIr: Name '
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County, was well representedthis _, r" Address .. ______..._______ I
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quarterly rally was held February I'going to Hrooksville laat Frldayl'to ,-- -- --.---- ...- .. ...,-_._ -- -.-- ---- _..-_.-.--- _

1 at Brooker Baptist Church. spend several days at the fair) =

After the opening song, and a ?? ? Fair's'grandmother! Bet It's -- -l

Never IIUBefore You T-R-Y prayer by Rev. Donald Martin some tall, dark and maybe handsome i ..
Mrs. Martin gave the devotional young Hernandntt that], '

thoughts of the morning on "Soul keeps her visiting her doting< aunt

Winning" followed by a reading, so much!! Watch your step
"As The Stars" by the president. gal! ATE;

Mrs. Edmond Tenly. "I| The"new cafeteria l attracting KOCH''S"R

The president opened the business more and more students every
meeting with the reading of day. Even if that does make ms i

the minutes, roll call of church have to stand in line longer It1
I 1 ,1 and recognition of two still doesn't hurt my appetite for I DRUGS;

Starke and 'Pine socletlell'l those delicious lunches served In "

Lawtey society also
cognition for membership tithing. =-----------
DRUG STORE FLA. J JWH

YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OK YOUR MONEY HACK! Reports were heard from the' STARKE ,
secretary, treasurer stewardship :
THESE: & MANY MORE GKUCKRY: Si MK.IT !SPECIALS SEE JAX PAPERS committee community missions I;

PRICES GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11TII committee and mission study com I f
mittee. I STARKE Y not shop ill STARKE with .
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S U G A R 5 lb FACTORY WITH ORDER PACK 25C discussed The standard by the of excellence president was and Sun. & Mon, "'..b. \t &: 13 : JACKSONVILLE PRICES.1''

points were checked. i HIGH SEAS I NO BUS OR TRIP! EXPENSE NO.CItOWDS: TO CONTEND WITH -

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Libbf/'s Famous Foods McGroth's Vegetables v stewardship story "Wrinkles In {.Iat.... Trevor Glenn Ford i'
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and SATURDAY
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Her Soul" followed by a solo by Also "Country Cout.ln" Cartoon I SPECIALS ;

.103 can OoldenCREAM Tender G rn. Beans, No. 2--15 C Patsy Benton of Stsrke. A special 'Foun.aln .
STYLE CORN -15c 14 ONLY 1.30 Forrthrltl* 8: kh..umatilim
Tuesday
musical number, "Somebody Told February
Red Kidney Beans.No. 2 12'/zc '
14 nz. can l .'.-p Brown 'Me of Jesus", was!! sung' by the Foreign ------.p $::

Dixie 12ctoS !Starke, trio Misses Patsy Benton. ., __ _
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BAKED .BEANS 12'/2C - r I 'I" I I r ,__ #-kK
and Helen CorrespondentJoel
Joan Tenly Haines.
: can flrwn harden Pork & Beans, 3 16 oz. 15c The Inspirational speaker of the :Mcf rea. Laraine Day I.SIt! Combination Fountain Break That Cold.

LIMA BEANS - 25c Tomato Paste, 2 reg. ens. 19c I morning. Miss Elizabeth Provence, '' AND SYRINGE, only - 89c ANAHIST .' _ 55<,!:

State Young Peoples Executive '"'*
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.U No Advance In' Prices

Has DOG FOOD, tall can 7'3c' Lotos P'Apple Juice, No. 2 lOc I After. lunch Mrs. Martin again SKIN CREAM-59c SUN GLASSES _ .,,9&,

Louyd Magician -" r '., ,
Tea Garden Grape Juice, qt. 29c Del Monte Coffee 1 Ib. can 69c |brought followed the by an devotional address thoughtR'I' : .Silo<) ShreUFACE Regular $20 Value ---1 I


"ta. d&d HENS, lb. 39c Swift Pure P'k Sausage, lb. 29c I to A. Win R. Greene People of to Antloch.Christ" by Rev & Hypnotist ,I'I'Ned. ': TISSUE, box ------23c POP-UP TOASTER. $11.$:.

Miss Provence spoke again: in'' f.e.e.ee. II ., ."... _____"________... r .,____._--[
-IECK BONES lb. . lOc Western Spareribs lb. 2,9c the afternoon on the Importance of 2SO Sheets
'I & Thni-H.. Frit.. II & Ifl V.M.F.NTINE: HOVKII: ; .: I
young people's work, leaders and IKMBLK FEATritK FACE TISSUE box 15c
counselors.The CANDY . 39c toG$

meeting' was clnsed with I ., r _______ ,. _
Armour Star Cold Cuts Armour Star Hams I STAND IN ___ --
by Rev Greene.Wesleyan I
prayer Kritnlur BV TabletsALKA .
!N't- our large .\ ...<.rmrnt
Bologna lb. (Sugar Cured) I Leslie lion 8"1. Joan RUmdrll
SELTZER .
49c
C Guild - Valentine Cards lc toUlilo $315oe
ANIJICHABOD -
Macaroni & CENTER SLICES lb. 79c ,
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e&lb. 39 STRING END, lb. 39c Plans Study CourseThe & Tot h". lirtlHhl<*ftMENNEN .. "" ,..I..tl..n1"0': L Lwltee'r 1.--.
MASTER
Pickle Wealeyan'Guild the :Methodist TOADning I SHAVE 43c
- VALINTINE Kochisee
BUTT END OR Church met' In the ediirstlon- Crosby "' .II RathbonFlux .. GIFTS at
Pimento, lb. al building Monday night! for a Late "'''1'11I News r r. 4 e.-- _.-N

Olive & Tom. lb. WHOLE, lb. - 45c combination work and program Iti-Kiilar fll .. (You get 20r rebate) 34-1 lour Service.
on
Fri & Silt. ..b. 17 A 18DOVIILK
meeting.' After a unified effort to
DRENE SHAMPOO .
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beautify the Sunday School rooms, FKATI'RK J: DEVELOPING 2

the regular! meeti-ig was held
lb. Carden: Fresh TARZEN and the -
In Cartons: lb.
Mrs. W, B. Sewell gave the. devotional I
TOMATOES lOc CUCUMBERS lOc and Miss Qleeta Green GREEN. GODDESS PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT YOUR

was Hostesses In charge were Mrs.of the Ruth program.Frazier With Herman ANDWEST Brit I K o C h'S SERVICE AT ALL TIMES. IS AT
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LETTUCE, Crisp Heads, Each -- - 5c and Miss Garnita Hutto. ,
At the next meeting to be held of the LAW FREE DELIVERY *.*
TELEPHONE
If ::1 1 Delicious lb. Juicy doz. at the horn of Mrs. Johns the Buck Jonrn, Tim McCoy 53
I group will begin a study course Cartoon A Serial .
APPLES - lOc LEMONS 15c which will continue through the =--= : =::.-.====--= -=====:=: .
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FEBRUARY 10. 1930 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKE :TUOfUDA. AGE ttVK

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:Ihl: =.r("" I I'fJ Charles Knight and Lowell Douir--t;; J. E. Wilson Mra. J. M. !ni.-h ISIh 1 1950. In the IIbo" named mire. June I \ r>, I 1(14(1I ( ( to thehlRh" -i !liidd' i, it ill. '
and Mra. S. t Dell of, 'isnirl .end outme, herein pliiln. >rtn<tloti, .if. Property )lluiiKO dooi, on r tiu tint Monday. In -: :!::,r-ur-----: : .. ...
'as of the of Florida Brownlee. -
University tiff .
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\V of $1-ti: of SKlj' & 8K: .if nutethu i \1"[ I'l'ill. wnn.li 'le
I Gainesville spent their mid-term Gainesville spent the weekend In -lrvuiili. | .nlmll I I l ulillnh this Ortlei sI:', ..iftu..:', It,,tion 4. Townnhl| 'the tr ,
vacation with' relatives In Starke Metter Ga.. with Mr and Mrs. In Witntvs" xt' four mv Weekly hood nnd I"."orflclnl.... ) coal :an 7 Month.Air'. HaiiK it ti.i, ,.ir 23 leHN KIIHI.: i-iintnlnlnic i inniiiiKe'lil* l>,n.il( ,iius. ...11., ,!?, .if,l |, ,.orllry, / Louis R. Dean

1 and Grandln Lake. Earl Johnson. HI >4t IMik I ... Klorldit. thin nth of F>li NuiniIn \thli-h AHK. ...'.1. III. E1 l -
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{ ""H'V lunott : .. I il : |'i\! | rhoinnN 1 TAX CONSULTANT
1d Mra. M. C. Ford and daughter ATTENTIONKTEK: .\>'..SS I Our- >KKIt' 'I I \L .SKA.) A J 't'hoone, ('..rllfl.'nt.No: I lto. Waiof ISKUlinre. Clerk <.>I cir< nn, of ,Hradfnrdliinilit ; i :
Suzanne of S. C.. financing arrangement makes It AH c-lerk of until Court. June 1 I. A I I'. 114(1( '\ h'n.n.l i 2- III 4t "11.I BOOKKEEPING
I IN THE NEWS Linda Sumpter. Itv Ito. \.-.. 1'ronhv, I> C. l>>><...'.rl"I1.... ",f Property:
arrived last weekend for a several $poKaiblei for u* to help veterans .1..11..1, .II"luer.ion. ]<>i|., 4Htt Colo-' I I.'.t I 17 I Inillnn 1:arh. Her-tloni II( I .
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_rrrrtrtSrSSa SStrsrsrrrsps. .. week visit with Mrs. W. D. Faxon own home Seu* I.. pomplrt. nliil I"l'i-il' 1\,,y< I.Hkonhol-i. >, JurkHOnvllle.Atl IH. T.iun-lttp, a Hi.nth" Itnniriit Birthday-Weddings' SERVICE
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'i( and Mrs. E. J. Flynn. She was Information. Call writ or phone \ rul'lf., 1-10 ft 3-S ,' In or SpecialCAKES
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-ch by her husband, Capt. 4141. "'alralh'alralh., Keystone Thiitiil--, n, 0 V
accompanied I'
ck e pen* last weekend Tenly Sunday afternoon were Capt. Ford. who left Sunday for PuertoRico llrlghtN, Fla. I I>f-u I\T1.itt i IT Kl.OIIIIIti 101111'. I mi l\u..nltll(.-II \,- All ..r *..i ( in .p 'I i helnw' ,u th. I I )'hun.. :220
.TtlIE 1
their father Johnny and Mrs. Harold McCIairie and I tIll. i\iniifi if liuidforil itt at'r r.r Klor TO ORDER:
where he will be stationedfor Mrs. Carrie Smith of Fitzgerald Mmde' I l.ii-llii I JoneH. Wheeler PIe. ,In.I Itl.. 120) So. Walnut St.
Q!p.r.'g'' and grandparents Mr. sons Mac and Ricky of Jackson several weeks. Ga., arrived Sunday to spend a I Hfl x llriti-e' \\heuler.. I). fall nli. i ,run ..t.. u aitt, ;Mrs. Hurry I.appe I STARKE. FLORIDA
.. ,'. ., .
W. Redgrave. ville. limit No 77M '''I. hull h. '.l. t'nI. at''ordfig It,
.
Y.. Friends of Mrs. Grace Welles of week here with her sister Mrs. "tiiIl'fl' 01' 1"1'1.1 TI.oJ: law. I Uu I ui I ipt '\V ili-Mi-rlliHd I In *ti.<.h 318 :N Church Ml.
Anderson returned to Miss Nina Bishop! and Mia Shirley I \; > < ..rtlt"i "fiat,. --- -- fJI"
'l" Mobile Ala.. will regret to know Effie Johns NOTH-M TO AI'I'IOAH it erllflvatn(i will I b<< Hold __
Scott of Gainesville spent several "T\TH: OK' KU fIt I 11'I \ to !Hl-u.-e,
\Ai1Pne Monday after apend- that she was injured In an auto :Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Knight:: spent T1 h.'j'l-r.. u hoe.. ie.ldel IH I I'n.kn"w" '" -s--- : .--. .. ..
visiting days last week in Daytona IT r-H': ,, :
.
.kend here his mobile accident last week. She Is Thursday In Jacksonville attend-
.
.' Beach. Y.III ii re r" 8. A. W. Anderson Sr. recovering rapidly.Mr. ing to business., ;Mmh i I II. Ill.ln. In I h,. above, named, I

11' ; 011 Is employed by the Mrs. Edmond Tenly spent several and Mrs. I. P. and of foiiit. ., t Hnd ratiHe, uhereln, plaintiff
Shepherd
Coolidge GaRRett and family ,
.t'C dlvorii t I *. I llrailfiird' I Comilv t S A L E !
:aQ' 1 st Coast Railway in days this week In Alachua :Mr and Mrs. C. C. Shepherd and Gainesville "pent the weekend here nvii-urii|l'h nhall I iou hti oh 111 In tifde. 'rllJl.ftrl.S

t,..YAwne. |teaching a mlrnlon study clans' in son, Chuck, visited relatives In visiting Mrs Pate Gassett. hi U ii"\l.,It, nee I four* niv weekly hand. s' nil lHHiien. .official. I ..ealin

')MriCfie<< :' Johns had. a$ her the Dedan Baptist Churi1.Vhlle I I Monticello Sunday. Mrs. Call Jackson had aa her xtarh,,. ... .Florida I llilH' 01.th of Kohrtiai n.UUJAINS{( TOO NUMEROUS

D ,t.tJ.. Wednesday Rev and there she was the guest of the Rev. i Miss Lillian Stump left by plane guests Sunday. afternoon Mr. and ( \ "I 115(1KKPKMAl.( .. SKAI.I' : A J Thoina. TO MEN'I'RN-lflJT HERE'S A FEWIWALNUT ;

tra'.r.r :on of Jacksonville. and Mrs. Earl Willis.Mfcr 1 from Jacksonville Sunday for New Mrs. B. Bryngelson of Minneapolis A. IMerk of nalil, "'.."rl.

{'''''- York on a buying trip for Stumps'Store. Minn., who are going to teach in nllavon. 1'ronhv, l I' i'
I J..hn T Mendernon. Ki: '| Itfs ('..1.,
the University of Florida. I nlil f I '\\,. i..ui keohr.'. .lti' I I.

. Branch of Charles T. McCord of Atlanta, Mrs. Muriel Silcox Norman grad. Am FI""hl.I r..r..1f. I.k.on'.I1..1. ;.METALPORCH :

' ( Ga., was a !gueiit of Mr. and Mrs.E. uated with hIgh honors !In the recent -

INSURANCE F. Miles Sunday en route to commencement at % O '1' I I. H or LAWN
mid-year ::0; ,.1 Hi .. ,..
I I hereliy itlten' thitl. ,ih. un.i SMOKE
I Tampa for the State Fair. the University, of Florida. .i. "I1"cI |I" ..nlf".1 In hilflni cc ,

,. ,. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. McGrWf Sr., Billy Edwards. who is stationed ",,.,1 I'r II he flrlllloiiH' iiHme .if Sturkni TABLES
-- i I.: shairy.. 'In Uruilfol't I'onniv. V
spent Sunday in Gainesville visitIng In Japan, would like to hear rom 1.1.i'ililn' fluid Inlendx to rO"r Ihni STANDS

: [ TI Mr and Mrs. G. J. McGrlff, Jr., his friends His address! It Pfc I...' ..1 fh"I i.t iuua imme i In tlm. I orflre
I tinflerk' of t the I rnoMit. (''''"rl.
C. WALL\ AGENCY and other rrlativea. W. R. Kdwards-1432H771.. 24 Dlv. 1 ii:. ...1,1, ('''"nlv. H'lorliln

Buddy Faxon of Florida Southern Sch. Ctr. 11 & C Srh.. APO 24, l ,' U. .1.1 l ;l W II NeWHonie.: 4tnrk.uu. Tin,ner, 2.95

College In Lakeland .was the gueat care Pontmaster.. San Francisco I nC'Jrular ,.1)3!) Value!

,tt PLEASE PHONE 116 of his mother, Mrs. W. D. Faxon Calif. xii'i< i-:: I)I" \1'1'1 \TION I'nn

(last weekend. BINGo! TmrrlHt Clnh) legion :' 'IS 'l'\IIKItlOHY" ';\ Dt'KIt'Tll'lI : IIIVH.V I : thnt I'RICK: C.\SI! &. c.\lmY

Constant Service; Over 50 Years Miss Odessa Thomas a student hall Thiii-H., IVh. 10 8 |I..m. .1 Wiilnwrlxhi, I the hotl.-r, of Dm
r t II tvlnir oerlirifitteH hits riled. Hiild', SALE; 2.95 .
___. nurse In the Alachua County Hospital Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns I fI'n It'," r..r ii l IC,I cI..1 l 'n he (_.di.itt. (.riM-ii or K.'il.HIIH .
Gainesville, was the weekend and son. Andv. left Tuesday for j, '",.'d I thereon. Thn ,,_rllra I U'wle I N......
Ui'ino\ul .li' !Saner;
>
I T. mil. Yen ru. of iNitiinni e, Ito 'd.i.. _
truest of her mother Mrs. Mallory New Orleans La ci. ',tptlon nf I thn property, unit the You will ""','rr !M' offi-n-il, niu-h _
,
Thomas. Mrs. M F. rD"n. Florence H in which It wail nHHeimeil are
LASSIFIEDIETIIING ..' follownHflfllte a bargain again!
ATTENTION 1"F.TF.RANiOllr! Brown. and Marcus Brown, spent I'. Nc. 04, Year of IHHII- A Regular :.VJ5; Value !

financing arrangement make It the weekend In Tampa where they .

V poHMlhl for IM to help ,....t..rantlown attended the State Fair and Gasp- <.:. ... :. .

GOOD All MtlHON!Makeetil HKPtlltKIII. .....d..I.1 home. See tin for romplet arllla. i ,1-TIer

I SATSILMAS lleanonalile ............. KUnranteetl.tll .: Information. ('all, write or |phone Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde Mrs. J. H. Ill 3-Pc. Section

w. jky to he ablii to offer, (...ar< dt Mudl.*''. MHKPIIKIII...". otarkr.: .I'*).. 239)I ....I. \\alrathValrath, Key Hitch and !Mrs S. L. Peek spent OWARD'SI CITCHEN UTILITY
Ft again In Konlnd ,
hal uu | rat our* once umial excellent stotw Height, !a- Tuesday In Palatka with Mr.. Living I Room Suitsso .

cjua Fur luHclou eaay ealliitfIRnie SELL YOUR TLMHEK M. C. Thomas left Monday to H. C. Richard.Mr. TABLES

ath and will'" Btitnd to real III degree cold "w.tnl'oda ....i NOW return to Lakeland Ind., after and Mrs. G J. McGrlff, Jr., I I II

.Mho ) the Satuma:! IH linen .' HiRhest Cash Prices Paid spending several months in Fla. of Gainesville will arrive Saturday DRUS

CoU-qiI Now grown I us. on the cltrtiH time i trlk. to-1 He Is the son of Mrs. Mallory to spend the weekend with Mr. and 6.95 SALE :l59 PRICE

Ian eeL tree performance and WILL BUY IN HULK Thomas of Rtarke M/s. O J. McGrlff. Sr.

a.ri ring fruit WHY I'AY MOKF.f tT!w EMer-: Miss Delia Rosenburjr, Mrs. W
P1n ima*. for. the home or.ehar OR IN UNIT ('h..o-. of n.'", tJriTii., Vellum, Jtcfjnlar 772.00 Valuta
nmoierclally n* an early brook Fountain IVn ($1.7.1): ) Select B. Sewell Mrs. Edna Hart, Mrs.

car We within prepay 300 pot. mile or expr.p of- l point jou like bt'at.-Braxl- Ruth Frazier, Mrs. Kate Sheppard II \4! KOI.I.KKS: lout \' ....1.1 .'.\MTt| to i"ny ht least "WOO, for I hi* nice
,
.;en EDWIN W. I'ECK
UI. Mary. Offer good fur' ford ("' "nty Trlegraph. and Harmon P Morgan spent A N 8.)5!): VALUE I .....tI..... .Itutt think I Only $1,10.50: ; ) *nn our Ituilget Plait!

peb pnly.' V Or John W. Turner Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson, several days last week In Greenville
on bud* on three-year root
i-s. r, 3 for $t.1O, 10 fur Utl.- P. O. Box 463: .Jr.. spent lust Thursday evening In S. as guests of the University -

00 $ r 114600. Gainesville Fla. I Gainesville visiting Miss Hazel of Florida. The- purpose of I Cull tin ii* for reliable' drug
54 r, 3 for f5.10; 10 for 18.
e 114500i 'Cox. Miss Cox and Mrs. Andersonwere this trip was! to study the school
I anil health nenlH
at worlhuhtlnat
Men the Bradford County. Send me a post'curd and I co-workers in the U. S. system In 'le Parker District Denmark Furniture Co.
'5.1. > entitle. you' "to thenuIvered 1;
' pp.t. prl.'..*-"ee rlanHl- will come see you : Marine Hospital' New Orleans. which Is one of the most progressive I '111(1.Vn prIde' ourwKrn .>nl ..
tie It elHewhere. In the paper I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. H In the south
lon nona and Peoan Copy of. lltHO8t't I h,' riipuliMi, rrtne. which, PHONE 151
I" I Nl.D ltIIt)11. I
loop lluntrated. catalog and It \.....-plt..al' I-IIS.' A Quick last Friday were R-dm PItman Mr. and !Mrs T F Hutto and 8T.\nK. FL..i .\.

Ipri will I i he ..ent on r.i|neet. |-OlflHI.KM. tUermnteu1UiJAttLlM and Mrs. Oscar Clews of children of Jacksonville spent theM I B...-% Into mingle' pmwr'p. .
jry -
Cauhi order pleiine A mHiiint I I I MJIKI-IIKIID" :! : ,. and Mrs. L "';;":. :: ,. .; .:.. .;: '. ......i::. -
Fulkston. Ga and :Mrs. WilliamI S Hutto. On Sunweekend -
allowed fiom
he
at ) ent will I l <\iuit Ac MadUon I Mt' .., lIt'like nun. ut nil.
hov eoN are called for at the I with Huttn's .
i Powell of 1 Kinsley Luke.Friends : Mr parents -- --_
NurMu o order' can IM handl.,11ttian "'' -
'H llrSNT.: : l.nrO"f..rlnbl.. 2-
bc 5. f three free lii-<.lrin turn. api. Ti lnm.,.,i-t apply 1 will be Interested to I day Mrs L. S. Hutto and guest';
0 SAINT MARY .2"3V.. Madliton fur, key if(\know that Mr.' and Mrs C. I!. visited Mrs Tommy Steven In PHONE 7ftl '
Van H. P i Com
NLTR JERIES COMPANY "(a..... l>rv (.leiiner A. l.uiinilrr. Quick are now residing In the Gainesville l rettipli'. | .\VrillKSlUlkP' I" "'. nest pan y s
him eHtithllvhi-it u l ii li'kiln" point, Canova house on Wushlnirton St' Mrs. M. C. Welles and Mrs. She!
Florida
Glen r'gaint Mary Irf'Hve at:your llnkmer'K luiinilry., t.lfl& dry 5ls.l.t loanlnif|.l Mr. and Mrs Leslie Biggs had lie Hall were business visitors. to i "" -iIJEUEJ: : : .._ ...: ,',..'" FEB. FEB.

EW.\: \} linger l'I..wlnoc' :MaihlneH. : nc l AII.MKRtt l :! for prompt, service' as their guest IRat week Mrs. D. JaC'k80n.m. Tuesday 25th _

r Ca.JM'Frrne' am ntrtlluhle In O. of Jacksonville. Mrs. L. L. Jackson of Jacksonville I 925 _AnniversaryVe
: tI.I*. ."tl"ii only thruiiirh. HI HUTwW ,I A ZA I.l.S: g000ili,. I In.III.n '..r.."'..... Pridgen fIII-: : _:: ;JII.'O. 1."I.j'-i: 1950
jVli rhlne Co' 4H.J. N' MaV- d&et, titvendor a ...II I rout.i'd.. hi., lieu.. Billy Edwards now stationed In was the guest of Mr and MrsL.
l: :I *,,*<. :Ihe, :City, Jo". Phone i I N. ,inu'lieii.: I 1.61) ior: ;; duo.::: 3nallitliileuui Japan. would like to hear from S. Hutto I Fitdity night./: PHONE 218
'' _ .tii1e l iW 1*"' ** t'are teIt. ; "...... B............iw A.h'" I 1f".I..n.'iiniol.. some of his friends from Starke. \ Arc Celebrating Our Birthday Cake Is:: A Store Full Of Special -
m'1. .rlll.1. .
your ; pnn, r f4ue. tf ; & N..r"..,,'. ::0.tia" I'" ii lio Iurlt'l! His address is Pfc W R. Edwards, I Since the beginning of the Occupation COLONIALFLOR
iullina. oWn.r lt. itox Bargains Bought For
161. Especially This "Silver
H..I..C'- I to.It'on: FhHltl. If! 21 Div. Sch. Ctr. B&C Sc>i.. APO I through" September 1019. Anniversary"Sale.
,
$ A. 'lulplII."I.' liars Foentaicettapplt.C l.nr" erlee.tIoIt. 21. care Postmaster San Francisco the United States has been the Come In Our Store And Get Your Slice Of Better Values.
.,). Low prli-e. *. ijuli-k ... I'IITI"ATIOoJ: W."STNI."n",1&:I I tidy Calif. !I source of 85 percent of all comodIttva 1ST
Phone 79-11 ....I-I..... ...."pll......r..I..j' would. I like I jb. ,ii M t yldetii, ..hl.I ... i
. Kd I or Milieu rinkoul.i l Mr. and Mrs Don Patray reoI Imported into Japan.
ton .Ich:! 1146 llalluuith H< "< |I'I( full 1! ,
I "r part time I employ, mcnl' 1 I'hone I
7S-.I or write IfitK 11, "$,,"'k.. Itp I turned fainevllle! Sundiy after lIMI III-I < III It'r. 1t1..It..
I impending several days. with Mr. 1 iitiM't. iioumti, 1'10 tuI % %- : Doors Open Saturday Feb. 11th 1 8:30 A. M.
---
FLOWERS :
1I .
HEAVY .PECANS; and Mrs. L O. Hnzen. I I (;1:11: \ ,
Aliihu' I. Hr.iithiird', Clnlntirf. t '
BULLDOZERS I FOR PERMANENCENollilnir : Guests of Mr. and Mrs. JO I II.I ,-.. It. rioiithiird. I >rr..iidnnl <' ,-_ FOR ALL, OCCASIONS

44FOR CLEARING( ion take. the Jli.'e ;'r wail Hazen List weekend were Mrs N. 77 fi
"Iilit'it" : l if I'lllllJfMTIOM!
- I \IIIKS:
. KAND; GRADING Rrown rletleii! thrifty For 1-ornnH of proven va- Hazen's brother-in-law and sister ANI NllTH'M: 'Ii" AI'I'KAII: Turkish Towel GARDEN HOSE

D-7 AND T-40 -are.>m titiHiirpniiHe the taH'y and eatlnw iloirt. thu.rorvetll nut.! Mr. and Mrs A. P. Ashurst of Southard HTATIO o a II.'...KI.OKIHA. ie..ldimIf. to:I I.ec I I"It i H NYLON Aoxiirlnl, rullcin-i. tt I olum, .
I rare make '
wnii.l
rrill nhitile' Cocoa and Richard Harbour of Known.

CARL HARTONni. aninnil liMertilneKN. tho of hoima|<.ernn In I''.mi......miner> In meniturnil 'l'la- I Gainesville. You. ,tI',. "leiiulred, to appear "" @ 18x36" sz. . 19c 2522x44" c5)

: R4f1OO-2 S. Starke I rile of in 1''.hunilreitH..".."' iIII, rnll.favorite...,. thee 1 Ho.. ,. hue fun! TourUt Club Bingo HOSE sz. . 39c22x44" ....
Stuart. Feet
V Ij i 'urtln I ii ml .Moiif.ymiik: are road PiiHv, legion Hull., Thursday, Fe-is! ATTENTIONVETERANS DISH GARDENS '

; NT: Clean desirable. rloee-. t.. .net nnwy car,not afford to 10, 8 p.m. | : Hvy. 59c
.
r rule. this' .
uu .
' opnortiinlty of ... !
'ornlNh..d. l talno unfui'niched ) our ton-Rrnd.. rs-rann ii.,.|I Veicul tiny. Guests nf t Mr and Mrs. E.r. POTTERY SPECIAL59C: I "
tool l
i ; t""n'1.|leo rottaie Colonial' your home or icrove for I-,. I IJait Our FinancIng AttneitnntMaktM .1 $1
I' coot i Hayes and Mr. and Mrs. John Dens
tii ',101) W. :MadlHon tfpr1 than I
our NUII'| rate .' AluminumwareKettle
on Ih. tree POTTED PLANTS ?
"I..nll. we pity exprHMN or weekend were Mr. and Mrs. j It l ......lblt Fur I MTo
eboIl.phut. .. ,. pour
hemiiii
I 178. 3'CtC i-hnritn on '
fhlpincnlH up" In !100l john Deas of Jennings, Mr. and IlrlVtpraiiH. two
... |
'
drive mile .
war rn > from (ii ,,
, &., "L.ewli, care Sweet. J3hti.Kt. :good: for Pi-hrnnrv Saint only Mary offer,I Mrs. Parke Dens of Jaxper and Mr. I, Iluitu-H. Hr<> !'. For. ('4th- FLOWERS WIltED 5 qt. 79c Slil.' !S/' Killingl.lltM Wt.S .

i-( > .. Htarke Ifp iJH t.s..4',. _. 165''I tar no. $5-<"; 10 for IT'fl0i: IOI and WIrs W H Parody of Tallnhnsnee. pittilnPrnaI iou.. ANYWJIEKE: ( c-: (I')-("up HCoffee/.

I. LE: 40-ncre farm S-rm. 4.8"ho'.r.:: : ".6''): I 10 ttol', UI.O: ; I 100 WALK ATI I & WALRATH Nona St Starke I'AIU ,. |>RNU|
barn ,,'....k... A hcnhoUHe. for Mrs. Am Moltt and her Je/; / Maker69c
-f, _V N, K'"....$. About iit: mood., ('hwlth h order .please. 0p..r..nt \ dlnc In. A rvpreHH.. Mr.' J. 1 Itr of i III vlll' b.. allotted from I l tifra.. RethtT Hicks of Shirley, Ind. _.- .. ... .,_ .. (\.t'rt'fl 2"1'' ,
'' H1. _ _ _ _
Box 85-A. Jl.ov" If tree I
; lit I. : 2tp2ilO are veiled for at the (left Tuesday for Tampa where
Nnr.ery, No order cnn he handled1, \ Sauce Pan 29c I
'r_IT1NH "Hum Clip. Strip I for lek* than three tree. they will ''''IIlt friends and attend i.\I.VANr/KI:
.
k .. See' IIH FIRST tor'h... Mention of the Urmir.ircl ('aunt, the State Fair. .- Popular ShiblctU .
ri !t'EHT! prl e*. Call pemonal- Teleicrnph nntltlu* you. to I hex* O-CUp H/: 10 Qt. Pails 39c
write: Cooper Sheet' Metal ,yllrai-tlvo prlra__iee rlmo-me of. Mrs. Muriel S. Norman and Mile i r I.\-UU\CJI': '
it*. lit. I, llox AR-A Starke, fern elHewhere In flits papar on PerImmonH H. Sheppard have been elected tn II Percolator 49c

r Hetween. "Slarke" A.. Keyrl.lKht "-,free$ coil PatmiimiM. ('up" of our membership In Phi Kappa Phi ': or SO llenler _ _ _ What Not Shelf
on llwy. I Oil ) 312117 ; llliiHtrated rulalfiR' will' Im dent \
.. ?
__ I .. ren.N.-
u national honorary scholastic socle- I Irregular. 7" Butcher Knife

LNT PERSIMMONS!; GLEN SAINT MARY ty at the University i--Fi-ri.. ;-". Saturday, February 11 Tuesday, February 11 Slightly ._ __ Maluugu.aj:1 Mnplc .or : |: 4> 9 Mirror IliukChina

EARLY RETURNS NURSERIES COMPANY: Initiation ceremonies were held In ItTIhi'! : FKATUKESTAKKETT'S _ _ _ _ _ _____ -, .
,1. hi I'oislmmnne" (the hact CJIen; Saint Mary Florida the Florida Union. auditorium last a. I -.----
Ja --z- 1 JUNIOIt) VAT
nrlety) are runldly rainingmlnmic5
440 for home IIHI" .... !Saturday' nfternoon at 4 o'c1..K.1] MAGPJIFICOISMILEY'S 1'>11&11111.... ,l'.iu.-l. ltltult' What Nots
We larger acreage The fruit Mr. and Mm. E. L. Matthewsand DRESS PRINTS
he (.". and dlntlnctlve' n hen FOR SALEnni daughters S 'jiJ// I SPECIAL . lOc 15c
Mary and 25c 25c 39c
tae *.h. nnd U also he dried Agnes up
may *& e II. e Anne spent from !Saturday' through. TERRIFICO! _ _ _ _
1' Ite j the u< tree available fi> flow Disc anil Cultivator. Kfra :\:- in Prints In. Latest' Spring
IC ople, who ranv not know Monday Tampa where tlioyattended !9) 01. TAHLE
tools for CiUtlvalor.. Colors.
J75O. I Fast
Patterns
w the TINWARE\
>*y are' ml>*lnawe offer State Fair and Gas-

Pr C bn*quality on two a-rafted year room tree,, one de.hv STARKE HEDDINr; CO. pnrilla. Mr Matthews also attended I Per Yard 2Sc Tumblers, 3 for lOc

,,, port. or expretvn prepaid, O>r. hurry I; %.hlnMt..n. a meeting of officers of the 130 IL1I JELLY' TINS Oft PIE, IOf* Ibid.
>00 mile of lien Saint' ltIifle$ _ _ _ let
,. Florida Press Association. I PLATES 2 for 15c
t for 125, 10 for tt on; inn WANTICI hy you nit man: Part rim. Mrs W B. Mundy and daughter I CAMERONMASSEY Two Styles of -
.011. work evenliiKH. l> ninw. ,--rlral. Clar Jean Mrs. J. B. 1-Sided. 7-IN flllilf( ;t-JI. ItlownPITCHERS Wa'l'l!' !'
'.to'r |1.80.; 10 for "I I ri 0. l IOU I I general 1. office. .,r what: huvv you Sapp i KITES ea. lOc
'too' ', 14.., $4.'. Btnrke. Kin. :212-17 and Mrs. Guy Sale and daughter fewi GRATER. . lOc 25c
for It. ;5.; 10 for "&.0'1' : loo Linda Kay, visitors .1-i 1
were to .
the n .
900. (II: Tumblers fu huh ib ft>'
ylth' order plea.. Offer. icoodrnarv I| IJI HhotiM-T>4T.. '....Iy.trai. Muck>, on hen:N Church him. with Ht State Fair In Tampa. the Cypress -"" L- LADIES' './'-.... HAUl( ('HANKI _ _ _

onlv. In 300 block. Keep, '" return Gardens In Winter Hav..n.and at SIFTER
nf money r . 15c
unt 10.p..r..nt will be NYLON -
0"1 I/
I > a05 ; ANI)
papem to N 'h..r'h White Dinner Ware
ram al ove If tree are railed Kt.-"p Bpk Tower at Lake Wales
I'liii. late > & Life

|he for .le lIrH..r.** than No three order free eon. ..b,*i iof FOR boat BALK.made: JJ'for. Marlnu out' .hoard. lilywo.M motor. over the weekend. Inhlcuc ew Short .Night Panties __ I I PINT: ECONOMY: Dinner) Platen. (Coupe Soups!

the Bradford County l'",'d only .1 time. ('''''1 $32'. Will Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith and 1)- Ojnler Howls I G-in. Platter
for I Vacuum Bottle -79c
IHM. than t6rtrv.e. cell or trade. lix: 41, "fltarku lip'sons. Butch and Bob. spent last ) : :
'
['delivered rr"'''*-' *ee ,rlaiHl each --lOc
Ffer* elMewhere 'In the Jlap..r'n. WNTOflTo irraft weekend In Keystone Heights visiting )
and Pntum. ("npv of 1 unit, your .pernimmon Mr. and Mrs. 1.09 & C-A-N-D-Y I .
e, llliiHtrated catalog will' be \1 1 Hampton pecan flu tree Itoy illi Kalch 2-17 !! H. A. Week II !! Cup &(; Saucer Compo JOcCamelia
Guests of I
Rev and \VedThurs.
request Mrs. Homer .. & Friday
cmas( : SIICI'S' lit I 13c:
) -
LEV \INTMARY fdR SALE: Improved. I'ortn Rican .Fwlndall this week were Rev, and February15 l If) 17 Hollywood Style Assorted!' I
tlrnw At vln H from r.rtlflcd need ChiK-nlate, DKOPS.Ih.(
Mra. Lllburn SImmons of I Hc)
SERIES COMPANY Callioun Colors.I I needswith
HUD per 1000 delivered.l 11. Im.medial '. 1 Supply your
Nan'' "
delivery writto Herb Ky.
Saint Florida SILVERPLATE
Mary._ Thoma. Ht I. fluX I OA, Port Cpl. James H. Gassett USAF. this! good Value.MeHh BOXED PAPER
*M W>*B* >M M M ***B* of SUSAN PETERS
.My" r*. Fla. lIp
FHmnll ''. .h,....d bull-fox fort Washington I).
I C. arrived last; T..il.U.. lOc
t . whlt. huh .. ... / Park Lawn Linen "Finish. ; Spw.nsDesserl '
J hrown ti to A.'tTl'l I): o"l aiirnmohil m.. week A hal' ;2 rrdrrulrnt" v.l'nd"rwurl.I
(r Rnnnw*.rfi to "Bu'My". No .-*.4.C' !. liante. Attractive. pro|..,.lti'>... See I Jta spend a ten day leave with I .AWtf ; Bale or CO Paper & Envelopes: & Ice Tea
"Cnlilart
Ruenanee"
1i..1. Notify Mm. Carl n. J .M.'.Jrlff, l'.nta.lealer.. his mother Mrs Pate Gi.iMett. ;
"' n. Ph It, Htark lIp- fh. 203. ..ta.k... It 2-U' Lewis Hainea of Wake Forrest. ( n WIlt MARBLES lOc Per Box . 19c Spoon Table &

"I-'VT New nnfnrn *.b.-ilrmmn I I JTVUT', Felt ......k...... with (..,."Ir.. ''N. C. spent several days here taut nwiBARRTMORf Salad ForksTablespoons! . 15...
k- $15 n F. Younr. ('h.-. for-M let K" illveriilate table 'I Sun. Mon. Feb. lZ & 13
irirw :week 2-DECK) ; SET & HUI.KS:
tt. visiting his
oJoot. near r.vlon, Hall Irp I IM war Jan. 'ill 'In or near "Htark. parents Rev. and 20i25c-
tlO reward.. Notify thlx nw..-. Mrs. L. D. Hslnes.Don't : BUY & SAVE
). \r.fPotted plant *-.j paper. lip forget t Tourist V RHONDAHOPEFUMING tILL 2LUUOICft2 CANASTA 95c Dinner Knhes - .
kM e ijeuieitv ault...... nrehld CJubI|
;t i-rlnir rartl. African. -.loleted .. f.,"Olt 8AI.R: Apt. U. .111..1. gee Bingo Party Legion Hall Thitr_ WATERS( CANASTA Til AYS I I9c
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eiittlnve '0. A llto l-ewh ".ov. ractloally new Phone In. day Feb. 16. 8
fc herrlen R F. Ynnnfr Ch.'.. Hlarke. It p.m. MtlUM

8t. n..r.1..... Mall. Itp KOIt 8ALR' New Hlnttep cowing n-ia- celebrated Mr. and Mrs.their' W. A. Bessant Jr.. I c.;teat Base Balls 25,35,49c VAN H. PRIEST CO.rc .

l"\t.R': Cnla planter fluennCihiptarpi. chine f9& Mr Unrilette, car. wedding anniversary -
.. Jr repair' .....1.. Alenaefty Hart Viirnltnre ('a Mark. IIWANTED last Wednesday eveningvlth )g Po.-6? 01......, be. '},... rc to $1 & I'p .- Cljde Priest Mjrr.
->f *eeA.. w.."..'.* Store. RNYL.LANUC.ILANPlus ),\11.
lydn "W nua bids. Itpbedrm. : lemn. rnllnctor.Mnt a lovely dinner at their home on A a-- ALSOSOUTHERN
.be high, *c'bool gradual* be. Madison St.' They had a. theirguests Bat 29c 39c 69c
8TM' ''I modern h........ Iween I* It 30 Pref-r man with l'lu, ateot World :New. A STORES
the Rev. and Mr Jt _
I..ht'a.t
Homer "Cohered
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> Hedrm modern hm..e. }tnalt .h come eiperlenc. who ran type
modern ronrenlence. 1-" n.io.t workingnndltlanu.. Ooodwait Swuidall and ion, Anthony. Mrs. "Ki-r All the> "%.orl..'* Chll.lnn"Mhort ..Land..apt| of N*>re" Sltorli AII5e GUM--2 for 7c Nita l>Dobbs Mgr.!
FT of ptarke nn Rd tin (newln ... Writ PO Fiox tOO. Stark. Bessent received -
", lid ) Term If denlre Fla, .. giving. qalriatl! In full. several lovely
Robert ftp All an.w..r. .:'onfldiratUI It gifts. I II ----V .. -- -.------------ -.I'. -
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD C01TNT'f TltLEGRAPH. STARKE. FLQRIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUAIC2! I

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HTATR OF ri.OHIHA tnt I I* Clreailt Oemrt.
Church. David day. We wish her a speedy I'e- and Freemen Register Jr. or iMin Aprenr.ievllle, whose. rvMtdenue. and I Kl..rld., I. Cfca.ee Bradfera. c.: .,
In the central part of the state In a Winter: Haven Starke NE cor. of block 30 of the pout office address la unknown: I Marguerite U. William. .
Mrs. Vernon Hamilton, Mrs. James Elmore a fellow student at Stetson BROOKER covery. original town of Starke. You are required to appear on I a:: :t Kir'ift.111A : / -. ".. O.f.r..;
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visited Mrs.
STATE FARM Mr. Smith for Mrs. Cephus Harrell Feb. 27th. 1950 In the above named I
Worthy and Mr. and Mrs. Ottis accompanied Amy Clark Moseley of Bronson.Fla. Court and cause wherein plaintiff ..P4.. .r PhIio.4t,5. sod .
of Saturday
WhltftrldCHESSKR Bachelor and their daughters the weekend visit. Rv Iva> Mre Lewis' J. E. Hardy Stake and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Reek divorce Uradford CountyTelegraph I .i..... HTATR (I" "mu11;. .
B, Mrs. Bryan of Those attending the Santa Fe morning. ahal I publish thl. Order I Stanley !.. Wllllama, w
Carolyn and Judy were guests Moseley of Bronson. SE quarter In next four weekly issues I rlence and address I III, U. rilo"",'"
Mr. and Mra R. H. Cox last week Association meeting at the Lake J. W. Thomas and Stanley Cros- of the NW quarter of the SW Witness my hand and official semi I land!
DEATH Butler Baptist Church last Thursday -, P. T. A. MeetingThe by visited the Rev. and Mrs. C. A. at Stxrke, Florida, this. January I You are required ". ,"
: January meeting of the quarter of sec. 10 twp. 7 B, range 25, IDSO. I Feb. 27th, 1950. In ..I I "'i'rot.''r.
Shocked/ by end.Mr. Otto Hicks. Mrs. D. of Linden last week. wh.r' '''
community wan were Mrs. Crosby Court and caste, '
Our and Mrs. Rudolph Rosier and held at the 22 (OFFICIAL "SEAL) A. J. Thomas ..
of J. A. E. D. Allen Mrs. Brooker PTA was E.Mr. fcpeka divorce I CuStody r"
the unexpected death W. Johnson Mrs. Mr. and 1\r"ra. Drew Dukes of Aa Clork nf mild Cnnrt. ill
and Randall and Mra. Warren Cadle of '
2. child & ort
children Judy
Committal their Mrs. T. E. Sim school Thursday night Feb. Py Haven CroHby. r>. c. .uPl> mane ( I ,
Cheamr !ludt Wednesday of Lawtey spent Saturday night Mamie Mead and were Worthington Springs visited Mrs. Bradford County and Roy Dug- A. Z. ]'7. Pnlnn St., child II, ,.
of
number parents r..l.njh 'idllO.1'
A large RI ; County Telegraph rtum '
Pine Grove ( I MOriler _
at
mons. and Mrs. Florence
"services were Sallle Dukes
and Mrs. \. of Starke. E 1-2 of the SW "
with Mr. gins
Mr. and Sunday present. The meeting; was calledto Ally for 1'lf. 1-37 4t J-17 In next (nui v ,,,.
Cemetery Friday afternoon. C. Kirkland. The Nazworth children. Morris. R. H. Varnadoe Saturday night. quarter of the NW quarter and Witness. my bond !
I president
Chesscr and his family were of Farm MjSgt.!; and Mrs. J. J. Sun crl of A. L. and Earlene entertainedwith Green.order The by minutes the of the.December Mr. and Mrs. Elton Taylor of the W 1-2 of the SE quarter of In ClrmtK I In Court.(.knnrrrr Urndford. County.Florida 85.seal 1'XiO.OFK1CIAI.at. Slarke Florid, i :

residents for a number years Montgomery Ala., and Mr. and a neighborhood welnle roast meeting were read by the secretary Worthington Springs visited her the NW quarter in sec. 10. twp. Margaret K Cook. IMnliltlff. vn. Vlllrent ( !. SKAI.) .A' IClerk i iAa '1''" .
to
pnd friends extend sympathy Mra. Sam Sunseri of Plltton.Pennsylva.nLa. at their home Saturday night. Out Mra. H. B. Crosby. and a mother Mrs. Bonnie Mott Sunday.Mr. 6 S. range 22 E. I 7711. J. Cook Defendant Oaaa No. Ry Haven Crosby T> > d '.j

the bereaved relatives. arrived Saturday to door games were enjoyed around of $371 as of Feb. 1, was and Mrs. R. W. Brannen Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wasdln of Order nf Pa"""."". nnil N...... toAnnenr. Charles' R Iloaa 204-01' i II",
balance
I Life HulldlKK, Jarknom II.
Ph.
D. L. the bon fire and a fine time was Mrs. accompanied by Mrs. Bryan Whit- Bradford County and D. B. Thomas NTATN OK VIOIIIIl* tot for Pit. ,
:Mrs. DeWltt Sinclair Mrs. visit Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Engram. reported bv the treasurer. Vincent J. (Cook whose realdenue Atty. 1
Kix and Mrs. J. O. Godwin attended Together with their visitors, Mrs. had by all present. :JT. W. Kelley. field of the State Farm visited of Lawtey. Track of land W of and address. la unknown i iYou '
Girl Frieda Eiland was honoree at a Mrs. H. P. Gainey Saturday after the W edge of T. & J. right of are required to appear anFebruary
: The Hour of Charm All Enprr m, Miss Virginia Engrain Mr. Parker the principal reported : 27 IDliO, In above'.
In the George and "Sonny" Engram enjoyed a birthday party given by her parents way on the N. side of Starke and nomad Court t and .. :.o.lh"'I .. .
Orchestra presented that the school lunch room was noon.Allen plaintiff auekfl divorce, custody A
Washington Auditorium in Jacksonville sightseeing trip to St. Augustine Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Elland now operating with a surplus of Lewis James Hamilton, Brooker highway In Graham Fla. control nf minor children, Bradford

week. Mra. Godwin and to Martneland Sunday. at their home on Tuesday night Thomas Hamilton Richard Crosby I -; : County' Teleirrnph. slush iMiMlxn' this'
last funds and that money appropriated I In irruPt ('...a.e. Krailford .'ou.'T. Order In next four. weekly lHtuenWltneaa '
pnd Mrs. Sinclair were also among Mrs 3. G. Caldwell accompanied of last week.A by the PTA for lunchroomaid Yvonne Harrell, Laverne Hodges I I FIrPdai' !a ..uaerrp.I"i'rdlnand mv hand' nntl official I
at the Flower'ShGV of -"Magic Show" with a real Betty Joe Crosby, Vernon .I Nnther Plaintiff. vItulh Real at Stnrke, "'Ior"'.., thin Jan I
Alex Yawn
those present Mr. and Mrs. was being returned. Mr. Parker : Loewenthnl ?Na"h..rI..t."d' ?B. mo. ,
v hlch was another recent out- Starke to Jacksonville Wednesday. Magician and his bag of Inimitable made the motion and It was Rodgers, Jr., and Harry Rdwarda> anl..Cane No. 7; I If.j .. I I (CiPFICIATj SKAT.) A, .T. Thomas.
Jacksonville. at of j u.... of Ptllillontloit. flntf \'.tl.i.. tt "> Ax Clerk of saId. Court '
tricks greatly enjoyed a portion the Brooker attidvntsIn
In with was ,
event extended the .
"t&nduift Following stay to this for .
'
an carried use money i'p''nr. orvrK <>! I'lOlllllt t 0"j i illnlh Mv Haven "..h" r) f"T. ,
Mlfls Dorothy Morgan returnedto Mr and Mrs. W. N. North Mrs., Hampton School last Friday afternoon purchase of a new piano for the F. F. A and Industrial! Arts j r.ocwenl hal Nnrlior. whose frank r.nndruni, Stm-ko. Florida I IAliI"

Gainesville Friday after havtng Nelle Beavers returned to her hemc by all the pupil and a. I school. Clashes nt B. H. S., Starke attended r<*..ll["JU'nt UMHpiH'" In 97;3, Ami]4r>ljluni lltiurt: Jlnniolr. for Plf. 1-27 41 a-17 I II

,ent a week with her parents In Tallasnee, Alabama Thursday. large number of adults. the the State Fair In Tampa Yrt'i, i.r.. rernlrtd *<*. n,*l>.mi nn
representing
Mr. and Mra. W. H. Morgan. MIllS Melba Strlngfellow visitedMr. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Slade have Two gentlemen last weekend. Manh nth, I960 anf Irt the aboveiiBm '
Williams and Temple Piano Company I *l four Cflime whmenplnlntlff *
Jim B. Godwin and Mrs. JimmIe and Mra. George Manasna In I announced the arrival of ababy Lake Introducedat Mr. and ]Mra. H. O. Brown of .Hvvkn divorce A rtc'f.nd.aliVe -I'
of City were .
.
rcxtoratlon ,.., .
of niuM-n
Glade were Saturday from Friday daughter on Wednesday. Feb. 1, Putnam Hall n"
Faldwin of Belle Greet Cove Springs this time, one explaining briefly I spent Tuesday night Jirmlfnrd County Telegraph, i-hnll WELDINGWe

overnight guests of Mr. and until Sunday.Mr. at Shadycrest Hospital Starke. the names and models of pianos ,with Mrs. Mary L. Green. publlHh Iy) IMMU.thin...Order .In next Courw..k

Mrs. J. G. Godwin. When they returned and Mrs. W. E. FIHyaw of Mrs. Slade Is the former Bertlct ; the other showing pictures and Mrs. Eva Harrell visited her parents Wln*... mv h..n.1 snrf Affinal' i"i.slat l L Li
home they were accomp of Mr. Roaster. The baby is named Jo- I Starke, Florida thin .h'U1I'P" You Can'tSTRETCH
Lake Butler were guests quoting prices from their local Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards 21. HBO.

,,'ued by Mrs. Jim B. Godwin and. and Mrs. M. D. Young Sunday.Mr. anne. :store. of Worthington Springs, last week- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Tliniiidp.An i t
Jimmie, Jr. Frank Brown, Vernon Slade, Jr., Irk of.
their little son Mold Court
and Mrs. : E. Chambers had and Larry Van Alstine attendedthe Following a lengthy discussion end.A nV' Hwven Prowbv. T> ''. ,

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marlon as their visitors Sunday Mr. and State Fair in Tampa on Sat- a motion was made and carried good attendance was noted at J.JachHonvllIn.S. Hurrlnnn Ijiw Exchange ndir, .,

Crews Jr., during the past Jacksonville week Mrs. Earl Chambers and familyof urday. that a piano be bought Immediately the Cottage prayer meeting held Ally for Plf.Florida, 2-3: .t J-Z4 A $5,000 Fire Policy to
Esther Crews of -
y.'ere MIllS Live Oak. at the home of --' .
Mr.
I from this A model and Mra. Ze-
Miss Martha Home Southern company. In .
Circuit C
and Mr. and Mrs. L. E.of College student spent the weekendat priced at $640 with a ten percent dra Hamilton Thursday night, Klorlrfm, In Chnn urtJirisdf.rd.*.rv.Alann ritantr. offer the people of Starke cover a $10,000 Loss!
Moneley and their children F"h 2Re .. Konler Brl< discount allowed to schools was -
Starke. her home and also attended ;: VI.. William M. BrlKunce, Defendant anti of the moat *
HAMPTON graduation exercises at the Univer- selected by the group. Deliverywas and Mrs. Donald Martin ( nun No. 7724. vicinity one
''Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rhoden the were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.II Onlrr ef PnMlontlon and '..tI.'e l to
M. Rhoden I sity of Florida Saturday evening.Mr. promised on following ,\pvrmr. "TVI'H: OF KI.OIIIDA tol modern and finest equipped Gct Our Inventory Booklet! !
and Mrs.V. T. B.
Waldo Edwards
of Ily Mrs. M. C. SweeneyY. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannenand Monday and terms agreed upon of Worthington William E. Hrlgftnee! whoM rcHldrnr .

of'Taylor were visitors of Mr. .and I family and Mrs. M. B. Layfield Included a down payment of $200: Springs Sunday.Mr. You. and urn address required, lit tn unknown appear :on welding; shops anywhere... Charley E. Johns

:Mrs.: A. C. Davis last weekend.Mr. recently spent several days in with a period of two years for and Mrs. M. I. Ogden of Mnrrh 6th, 11 50, In the ahiivonam
Garland Godwin F. C. SPEAKER Pompano visited .d Court and can,, \vlivivln
and Mrs. Clearwater, where they attended paying the balance. relatives here plaintiff" scott. dlvorci Brndfoitl, All Work GuaranteedSMITH'S Agency
returned to their home in Gainesville Dale Snyder of bake Butler associated last weekend.Mr. I County! Telegraph,
shall
the funeral of Mrs. Layfleld's'brother. The decision was made by the ptlltlinh this Phone IS STAtUtE FL.C \.|
Friday after having visited with the Children. Bible and Mrs. Emery Lewis vis Order In next tour Hre...kly ....u.....
group' place the old piano In AVItneMB mv hRn" and l GARAGEAND ;
"cr'1| enl
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mission, was guest speaker at the Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins. I the community center. When of ited relatives in Starke last. week. at ,Stark, Florida, thin' February! j
The Inter- Youth For Christ meeting 'on Sat- 1 I 1. l iro -. ,,
Godwin since Monday. I Mrs. Mary Williams, Mrs. Reba no further service there It may be end.We OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas. MACHINE SHOP :
remester; holidays of the Universityof turday night. Mr. Snyder's mess Wiggins and daughter, Marie, at- Junked, as It has been declared are sorry to report that Am Clerk of said Court --. .. ,
Mr. Godwin topic was ""Jesus the. Light of Mrs. C. By Haven, Crnnhv p O. Starke .. I'
which A. Ave.
Florida at age '. tended the marriage Sunday after not .worth repair. Crosby of Linden formerly T Frank Znndrum. Stark, Florida Temple "entl"g THE TRAVELERS, H...*.
Is a student comprised those dates. the World, and dealt with the noon In Macclenny of Miss Bernice of Brooker Is a patient in the Atty. for Pit. 2-3 4C t-St -
After the business session, Miss
En route front their homes in nlverslty. Deland, had charge of Knabb to Mr. Brown of Texas. Ross the Home Demonstration hospital. We wish her a speedy I... fin-alt C0.;:;:-Bradford Count
N. C. to visit relatives the Light. recovery. KlarMni In
Sanford Cknnperr.
The bride Is a niece of Postmaster '
I .
Agent, spoke briefly of club work
Mrs. N. C. Mott and Lucille Griffin. Plaintiff, VII. Jessie.
I Malcolm E. Smith of Stetson U- Wiggins.Mr. and Invited everyone to see the Mrs. J. R. Franklin Orlffln Defendant. Case
RelieveBronchitis nlnverslty Deland. had charge of and Mrs. Paul Galloway left I attractive exhibit ot foods Mott visited Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson fin 7ltt
How To on display of Starke Order of PnMle.tl..n And Notlr T.
the Baptist services last SundayIn Friday for Toccoa Ga.. where In the school lunchroom Thursday afternoon. :' florid Tol
pre- Mrs. N. ..:.:i..Fran".17 Oritln
C. .
Mott ,
the absence of the pastor, the they were called due to the deathof pared by the Brooker 4-H Club shel Layfleld of and Mrs. Her. and address la unknown, whose:reaJdenca -

Rev R. C. Gray, who was speaker Mr. Galloway's father. girls. Gainesville visited You are renuired. to unptfAP. ov
Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Hazen and Mrs. Mrs. Wiley Brannen of Hamp March 6th. 19SO, In the abovenamcd .
Refreshments served by ton Court and cause, wherein
were Sunday afternoon.
Oeomuhinn relieves promptly became family of Ocala spent the past nlnlntlff seeks. dlvr>rr... Bradford
ATTENTIONVETERANS weekend Mrs. Andrews and pupils of seventh Mr. and Mrs H. B. Crosby and.. County Telaffraph shall publish this
it floes! right lo th. seat of the trouble with the L. A. Wynns at i'I
Order In ..
and eight grades. Mrs.\ R R. Carlton next tour weekly |MNUVltnORH *
to help loosen and expel germ Jaden Hampton Lake. On Sunday. Mr. attended a I \ my hand And official
phlegm! and aid nature to soothe and and Mrs. R. L. Hemingway of meeting/ at Crystal Lake last seal l nt Starke Florida thl* F<4>.
'sIJND.SCHOOL PARTY
inflamed bronchial Our Financing Agreement I Thursday' for the 1. 1050!
heat tender
raw Starke, visited the Wynns. purpose of organizing OFFR'IAIj SEAL) J.
A. 'Thomaa
mucous% membrane..TeU your druggist Makes It Possible. For V.* Mrs. Andrew Meads of Jackson- The Intermediate Sunday School j a nine County Unit of I I". Clerk. of ail Court,
ti) ell you a bottle of CreomuUioa To Help. Veteran Own Class of Brooker Baptist Church i North Florida for the I Hy Haven Crosby, D O.
with the understanding you must like ville, has been spending several held a social Friday afternoon j Society of T. Frank Landrum, Htaike, Florida,
Home. Sea tTlI For Com- Crippled Children and Adults. The At-y. fur fit. 3-3 U :8-24
weeks here with relatives.
jlie way it quickly allayi the rough February 3rd. at the Community I My perMHial integrity and profewilun bss Ited f
project of the 1
back.CREOMULSION. I hide| Information.WALUATH Miss Vonclla Kelly, of Starke. I i unit will be a summer I.. Circuit r..a--; : .; '.
>r you are to have your money Center. There were 33! boys and! .. "dl..r.1 ( .utl'F.1 :. by 40 >parof experience In Fine \Satch E.a.I .
camp located at Crystal Lake Klttrliliit I f l nne *rr.
& WALRATH spent Friday through Sunday with girls present to enjoy this event. for the benefit of Helen Jnhnnon Plaintiff vn. R ) pairing I Is jour Guarantee of Sail'.taakis.Ed .
I'h. 4111 Keystone: JIHght Miss Sylvia May. Several cripples and "hnnon. Defendant., Case No. :
for CoughsChest Colds.Bronchiti. games were played and][children having speech and hear- I Order ..l nkllntl... and Votli-e Ph''
of Schools. HarmonP.
County Supt. ...,.
refreshments were served by the ,'inqr' defncts. %pl> X'l'A'fH Of "'.011111' '
___n Moriran. and A. T.- Crrtahv.-- ----. of-- host Class and its teacher. Mrs.J Mrs. Rosa I llftlph Johnson whose reldenr Simpson !1
Brooker we're visitors Hampton AParker.: Plnhoster Mrs. Ty- unknown: eaboard If.K. Watch "
-1 Yon Inspector
i i ler Jones and two are required) to appear or* $
school on Monday. daughters and I March A, 1950, In the above named
Important News Mr. and Mrs. U A. Wiggins and I Mrs. Hamp Connely of Ocala] Mr and Mrs. Zedra Hamilton attended i'otirt: dlvnrra find fAune A. wherein pIaitiffseiks GEMJEWELRY
Cll"todv A rnntrnl
rAUghtpr; and Mrs. Ida Maxwell visited Miss Marv Mott Sunday.I the State Fair, held in Tampa of. minor children. PYadford County

For Growers and Stockmen of Jacksonville were Sunday visitors Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen of| last are weekend.We ,In...next..!C1.III.h fnu"Nhnll weekly i I publish 1""",t"h,,ii.. Older

here. Starke were dinner guests of Mr. | proud to report that Witness mv hftnrt and official seal,

Miss Florrie Gnann of Thcressa and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen and Mrs. Mrs. Vera: Allen, who has been al I at 1. '1110!Storks, Florida thla February

was the Sunday dinner guest of E. M. Hazen Sunday. I patient In the hospital at Tampa. (OFFICIAf. SEAL) A.:1.: Thnmfle

I Miss Yvonne Brooklns, and the Roswell Kellev of Jacksonville Is out and is at the home of her Br Haven An Clerk) of. said Court
Cronhv t> C.
sitter Mrs.
overnight guest Tuesday of Mrs. visited his mother Mrs. Doris I Rosa Knight In Jack- Ray i4'iien, Relden Building, T>ny-
last sonville recuperating. toni f Hrnch Florida, .
M. C. Sweeney and family.Mr. Kelley weekend. for
AllY Plf.
We 3.3 4t :2-J4
and Mrs. I. J. 'Rusha and Lee Galney of Jacksonville at- are sorry that H. H. Howard _
tended is a patient In Shadycrest Not Ire of Intention to l eul .ter.
children were Saturday dinner Church at New Hope and tal IToopl- FlrtltlwnN N.* .....
guests. of Mr. and Mrs. Julius visited friends and relatives hero I at Starke. We wish him a Notice I In hereby tclven that theunderpinned .

Recher In Jacksonville. Miss June last weekend.L. speedy recovery. i '. tinder the provisions
.
I Thomas of Chapter :30110.1 Lawn of Florl'ln..
Recher accompanied them to C. Kellev visited his sister. : Markey of High Spiingd Act. of 1041. will register with the .
visited Mr. and Mrs. T. I Clerk nf the> Circuit In end .
Mrs. W. Court
Hampton and spent Ruby Walden of Wildwood. Markey
! I Saturday ,Thursday afternoon. for rtradford Countv -h>rld... the
night and Sunday with Miss Peggy Sunday. I flctltlottM name of Clar-Jean Flor-
{I Hlnson. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Kelley and Tom Hodge and son of High iota under which we ur. engagedn .
Springs .nd dn'nJ' business at 2.14 E. Call .
Mrs. Chancey of West Palm Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey enjoyed visited hili mother Mrs I tit, Sturke Bradford County, FlorIda -
Beach. has been spending several fishing In Santa Fe Lake Tues.j Minnie Hodge, Sunday. ; that the said bv business. la ownedand
\ operated the following In-
I days with her sister, Mrs. T. C. day afternoon.A. Malcolm and Iva Mae Lewis t..t..1,I partloa:

Chastain. B. Surrency of Starke visited In Jacksonville Tuesday af. I M.Florid..., Kllnubeth: J'a.worthy, Stixrke, ,

I :Miss Margaret Hall left Monday ed church at New Hope atlt'nd-I ternoon. Mr.. Om>la T. Peyton Stiuke Ftor.Ida. .-

for a .week's visit in Jacksonvillewith the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. I"J74tZilTIn : '

I her aunt, ,Mrs. Milton New- B. J. Lewis Saturday. Recea 4 Deeds Circuit .*..a... nrfirffaril County. ',i
Mrs.. Mike Tilghman and : Florida In dinncc'Tr.llenrv .
son,
man.Mr. Ji. Hevllle. Plaintiff ye Lola
and Mrs. J. G. Adklns and Lee, of Gainesville visited her parents Recent deeds recorded In the Revlll. n-fepdnnt Cafe No T7IO
Louise Adklna were visiting J. W. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott court house were: Order uf l>ubllc. ..llua ..udou.: ...-. li75Wfrt .

Prlester In Macclenny. Friday.Iva. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey N. Van

Mrs. Richard May has enrolled Mae Lewis spent Friday i floes at Stark and Mr. and Mrs. .

lake it Easy as a student at University of Flor night with Mr. and Mrs. :3. E. I' George H. Vampfy of Starke. E I '-OS

ida. In the second semester and Is Hardy of Starke.A 1-2 of lot 5 and the E 1- o2f lot 5 >>

continuing her college course. Before crowd from here attended and 7 of block 8 In Temple's' ad- lI&iyofG

her marriage last April she Church Services at New Hope dition to Starke in sec. 28 twp. I 666

was a Sophomore at F. S. U.. Primitive Baptist Church last 6 S. range 22 E. LOOKING fOR mmm[ &

It i n't always the obvious program of fertilizing and Tallahassee. weekend.Mr. Florida Plastics Inc. and Mr. tUI"OH 1WUT MMI CaST SOil

pest control that pays off best at the market. Often it Among those attending home.I and Mrs. J. H. McCormlck/ Junius Smith of Bradford County.
j coming services at Graham of Jacksonville visited Tract of land In the I
Bap- Mr. and NW quarterof
pays better for you to take time to discover the treatment \tlst Church Sunday were Mr. and I Mrs. Russell Green and Mr. and the SE quarter of see 24, twp. FREE !

best suited to your soils and conditions.One Mrs. K. B. Watteraon, Mrs. Florrle Mrs. W. M. I-awhorn Sunday. .fl 5. range 22 E. THAT COSTS LESS

of the best ways to discover the most successful Belle Brown Mr. and Mrs. : Miss Edith Fowler Student Mr. and, Mrs. F. P. Jones of Fort For Prompt FREE Removalof

applications for your crops is to call tit* Wilson & Frank Thomas and family, and Nurse. Alnchua County Hospital Pl rcu, Fla. and Mr. and Mrs. Cullen Dead. Crippled. & Worthless *

Toomer Representative., Because he lives in your com j Miss Carol Rusha.'SUNNYBROOK'. Gainesville visited her parents A. McSwain of Lawtey. Trackof Cattle, Horses Mules,

tuunity he can make recommendations based Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Fowler l lat land In sac 23, twp. S S. rnngej i THAN 10 YEARS
on your & lings .
weekend 22 E. In the original town of Law-! .
particular situation. Further, back of him stand the Mrs. Lottie Edwards
attended Call 132 Starke
tey.Mr. :
research facilities and scientifically trained personnel of graduation exercises held at the and Mrs. A. H. Perry of1 ,
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one of the most progressive firms in the business. To ny Wanda Croby University of Florida. Gainesville' Bradford County and the State of. WH ALWAYS COME AGO ?

make the most out of your crops at the market call your Friday night/ Florida. The NE quarter of the! Florida Renderers

Wilson & Toomer Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green and SB quarter of sec. 29 twp. 7 S, \
Representative today! Mr. and
Mrs. Salvatore Mon- little son were In Jacksonville range 22 E. INC. .
on
'Kloui Mrs. Nettle Tomln.ion and ,business Monday. Ervlna A. Rennolds of Starko .
Mrs. Beatrice Adams of Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gann visited

W&T Fertilizers For Contrel insert and were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.h M. ]M. Gano of Gainesville
J. N. Kelly and Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. ,
disease" with FASCOPesticides I who was confined to tier bed Fri
your particular needs. Crosby last week. .4awzht
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: Mr. and Mrs. Rodclin Kelly of day. Those present were Mr. and

DflltM Brooksvtlle, were visiting Mr and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and family
GENERAL CROPS Mrs. J. R. Kelly Wednesday and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and 4

PASTURES ; prayi I Thursday. family. Mr. and Mrs. J R. Kelly EXCELLENCEand

BAITSWeed Frankie Valentine of Jacksonville and family Mr. and Mrs. E. T

PECANS Control I was visiting I Brice and Bobby Kirby and baby. :Mr. and Mrs. Victory of makeup lqf1111II
management
economy ,
|Crosby recently. Kirby and son. Mr. and Mrs.

I Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawford and L. N. Norman and son Mr. and a primary quality of our Service j :

children were visiting/ his parents. Mrs. W. T. Crosby Mrs. Lou Snow- .
W&T PRODUCTS AVA1I-ABLE" AT: Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crawford. In den. Mrs. Beutah Kelly, Sherman which is dedicated to the affairs and

A. S. ROBERTS FIKLD REPRESENTATIVE: LAke Butler Friday night. and Beverly Jo Crosby1 and Earl needs of bereavement. '
Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Knowles' of ; Alvarez.
Box 691 Phone 605-Hfd Orala. Fla. Palatka were visiting: Mr. and Mrs. .I I

| C. C. Crosby Sunctey. : Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and ,

DEALERS; kii1. and Mrs.. Fr>d Halnlop and children Mr. and Mrs. :Marcus DeWITT C. JONES I

children and Miss. Mary Ella Conner and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.

Carl Johns Starke C. A. McSwain. Iawtey Ward attended the air at Tampa N. D. Thomas Bill and Bobby Phone 7 ., Starke. Fin.S & -

ALSO OCALA AND GAINESVJLLEAWILSON [over the week 'nd. Crosby and Charles Newmans attended BIGGEST BARGAIN

Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Kirby and the Sing at Hope Church Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur .
daughter. Eddie Fay of Columbus. Friday night. /

S. C.. and Mr. and Mrs. Victory There will be preaching services local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and IN YOUR BUDGET

Kirby and son, Lewis of Gondale at Corinth Baptist Church Sunday service not .thfJwt. ayallable.

&TOOMERFERTILIZER 8. C., spent the weekend with February 12. Everyone .la wel- ,

Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby. come. .

i )a "COMPANYJACKSONVILLE BIRTHDAY Mrs. N. D Thomas. Mrs.Marcus W. furnish the highest type w-rvtc at lowest price, and FtHlIU P&)1.ICfiT) NIMIYFEB
DINNERMrs.
Conner Mrs. 1. A. Crosby. Mrs.
I. accept ANT' life insurance policy In force. Issued by ANT ,
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O. E. Crosby entertained Lots' Newman and Mrs. Spruce .
FLORIDA honoring; her husband's birthday attended tho WMU meeting at conpaay. as payment la part or In full on a funeral. -. ,.

anniversary with a dinner Sun- Smoker Wednesday af last week. I Consultation earrle DO obligation. .

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p will be led by the piano-organ duo I At The TabernacleRev Christian ChurchThe later. You have an Invitation tc Cniirt and ..."..., ...""..t.* .l...lml Ilf
of Mrs. W. R. Morse and Mrs E. I attend all our meetings. ...<.Ie. dlvorox, l-aro, ountodr. *
RISING tint of "minor child Itr.dt'1.ounty '
C. Mann. Thomas M. Gillingham of First Christian Church "The Church of Christ teachersthe i. Telegraph/ shall. pnbltwtt tiOnlor >'".
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Cs. : Sunday School meets at 9:49, Orlando, representing the Scripture !Bible School hour begins: at 10 o'- Bible, that and nothing else Ry 1\11'01. Edward Norman Witness In n my xt (hand our and.11"" or- > "tlcal .
a.m. and Mrs. E. C. Mann Jr., la I clock each Sunday morning and tf the Bible teaches it we believe lit Mtarke, "'lolda. this Jiitlinry .
Gift Mission of PhlladelphlalPa. j j *
Superintendent of the staff ol provides classes for all age groups, It. If the Bible does not teach it 18, leso.OFFICIAL
., closed blessed threeI I i The Rev W. E. Wltte. pastor ( SI AL) A. J. The toss,
a very the Rev. Homer wedo not believe teach It.
Q more than 80 officers and teach Swindall. pastor nor
will conduct morning and evening As Clerk of Mid C tin.
era Training Unions gather at t day ministry Sunday evening at :of the church, announces. "You We have no Book but the Bible, services ny haven Crosby D. C.
s.n s. 6:15 p.m. with Mrs C. G. Priest at the Tabernacle. The increase''will enjoy our Sunday School for no creed but the Christ, no plea but worship CIrlnUBaptist Church.Sunday at the Joseph K Skipper.lackHonvtllo, lit, Fit Or. .b..%.
Sunday
' } us director. of attendance at each service denoted -I'we use nothing but the Old Book the Gospel no aim but the salvation school will be hokf. Everyone is All Huiiainir., for Plf. i-11 41 i. 10
4y i Mid-week worship service Is held the Interest In hU spiritual ,with nothing added or taken away. of lost souls ..
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Episcopal Baptist ChurchFrom I cordially to any or all of. --- -
:each Wednesday 7:19 p.m.. with messages. Why not attend a Bible School "We want to bring our Tent to these services
B. E. Simmons, Vicar of "The Life of Christ" the :nearly 100 gathering for testimony Special music was enjoyed Sun where the New Testament Church your Community. If you want It,
A. L.
Church ; Is taught according to the New Just write card to V. E. Griffith Is confined to the CARPENTER'S
!; 's Episcopal an- Pastor of the First Baptist Starke and inspirational messages by the day evening by the Impromptu a post Starke .
the following schedule of i Pastor. singing of a trio of men merging, Testament patterns" Mr. Swln- Jon<"8, Starke and tell us when hospital at this writing.We !
the Sunday
0 will bring message
wish him
for Sunday, February 12. morning at 11. a.m.: "What DoesIt Tuesday at 10.00: a.m. the women the talents of Canada, Pennsyl'dull states you would want the meeting, and a speedy recovery. PRESCRIPTION
School, 9:45: A.M.. with Mean To Be Born Again?". The of the church will meet In the vania, and Florida. Rev. Dale Snyder The minister adds that the Sunday where. We will be there without Mr and Mrs Dorsey Byrd of
al for all ages nursery adult choir directed by Mrs. Lu- educational building for a period of Lake Butler--representing morning worship service commences cost! to you.. Starke are the proud parents of a PHARMACISTS
,'junior high. cile Green will sing and Mrs. of\dlscusHlon led by the Pastor on the Chlldrens' Bible Mission of at 11 o'clock at which Regular!' services are as follows new daughter Mrs. Byrd la the
"Home Mission Work. In Lakeland- -directed the time his each Sunday: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. R.
j' ig prayer and sermon bet Mona Canova will be at the Ham- preparation congregational sermon topic will be
11:00: A.M., by the Rev mond. for the Week of Prayer In singing i| "Hlntg On Climbing", The Lord's 10:00: A. 1for Bible School- Clarke of Rising

?3, F' _. asey. will be morning March. Fridav. February 10th will be.;, Supper is served every Sunday Clas es for all ages. 11:00 A. M.
There r.o early IIANDKAG LIGHTS VPAS
Church is open dally for A cordial invitation to all to worship "Park-of-the-Palma Night." when! morning at 11:15: o'clock. Morning Worship, Sermon Subject:
service this Sunday if the new at services friendly I Who Is Christian?" Lord'sSuppernoon. SOON AS!' o."i..nA
these and a
a Gordon of I
L.
meditation Purdy and
guests
p *jid auditorium li ready for occupancy.At Sunday evening services!' begin at Berlin firm has produced a
welcome awaits friend and visItor Evening Worship
Park-of-the-Palms will take over|8:30 o'clock with the Christian
P 8TAL HOLINESS the 7:30: Happy }\our the Pastor' alike the entire service using their tal-, Endeavor!: and all young peopleare 7:00: P. M., Subject: "The ChurcnIn handbag for women with an Internal -
1'1 and Temple, Ave.p' message will be "What It ent In music and message.A real to the Mind of Christ", electric; light which goes on
attend.
urged An evangelistic
School 9:49: a, m.: Morning Means To Be Lost. The youth i Methodist Church treat Is In store on this occasion.,I service opens at 7:30: o'clock "Attend the Church of Christ as soon as the bag Is opened.A .
chorus will directed by Mrs. tiny window in the side of the
p 11 a. m.: Evangells7OO sing obtain first hand Information.
Another
Important meetingwill Rev.
Rev. J. R. Hill Pastor very and Swlndall's sermon subject
and the periodof bag throws a small beam of light
tte es : p. m. Everyone Mona Canova, song be with Raymond Jeffries.I Sunday will be "Jesus The
weti requested hymns and choruses Dr. Shuler Peels Superintendentof Monday night-the 13thspeak.. Door." Presbyterian Church to find a keyhole.

i the Gainesville District, will L author, and live-wire ...... ..
er lecturer. at o' I.. ('ln? l< (. Bradford Co 'r.i ",
Wednesday night 7:30: .. .... .. ....
deliver the sermon Sunday nlghlat t If you .want the best In book re-, Sunday School 0:45: a.m. Clas.....' .01' ( rrr. .
clock Prayer Meeting Is held, and 1.11'111: 1.'bw.I', Plaintiff. v.
-Sunday Evening:: 7:30: p.m.'They .- the 7:30: hour. Following the t view hear this speaker on thai, the topic for discussion this com for all ages <"llfti>n N. I.rwthwalto, Ixfrmlnnt.CHIMI ON-TIIE-MINIT SERV1CF
evening service Dr. Peele will preside "Fabulous Dutch ZeUcrs," and MorningVorllhlp Service 11:00: No. 7700 .
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ing week concerns the Book of ores .1 r.stt.atl..4 N >!< <
Down at the Fourth Quarterly Con. "God Is My Landlord." See details i Revelations. a.m. Sermon by Rev. B. O. Jackson .p_.. HTATK Of KLOHIIIA .., PHONE ,
That Go To The Sea ference. At the conference the t of this meeting elsewhere in Brad-1 of Penney Farms flirton< K. 1j.wthwalt., whose. rnIrirnr -
A Children's Hour Is held each l la Rot Tylxr Str ."l, Port Day -
building plans will be brought up ford County Telegraph. All friend Friday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock Visitor always welcome. Townsend, Washington: 64Nigh'v
to date of Toll are mqulrrd to appear on
temperance are Invited to at. .
In Shies.; On Wednesday night there will tend. I!her and children every mother In attendance Is urged to at have this CONGREGATIONALMKTHODIST: CHURCH: \Feb tOth 1950. to the above named

be a supper and Congregational]I Don't forget "Dust or Destiny"on hour of study.Church .
I will be Pastor Dob Gray's sermon meeting at the Educational Build. the 17th, and the Eppley Sisters 1 Serv.cea every first" and third

topic. Come and bring your Bible. Ing at which time the estimate on the 20th. These are unus- Saturday night Sunday morning FOR YOUR mirVTm.. REQUIREMENTS
Of ChristV.
and Sunday night, 11 a.m. and
cost and plans of the proposed ual meetings and you'll be sorry Ito

tST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton new the building church members will be presented((21 yeanold t you miss them. II R. Jones, Minister dis 8 p.m.Church at Congregational on Brownlee Road.-Metho- // Pays To Trade I With Slade !

"Last Lord's day was another
Rev Ernest Grlffls,
pastor.
and over.) CHURCH OF JKHIJH CHRIST
School B. T. U. 6:30 wonderful!' day for the Church", PANE HAS
Bible : 10:00: p.m. Sunday morning at the 11 o'' OF TIlE LATTKRUAY SAINTS
V E. Jones, minister of the Church CHURCH OF GOD
clock hour the will i GAS AppliancesSLADE
sermon subject
-A Real Country Church in Town The Church of Jesus Christ of of Christ, said this week. "The Rev. L. Williams., Pastor
be "The Chelf Aim of Life. Thli
Latterday Saints will hold Sunday House was almost full our bible 8th &;. St. Clair Bts.
Faith Is a part in Love.of our" study of "Oui r School every Sunday at 10 a.m. sthool Is "growing and all are Inter- Sunday School 10 a.m. GAS COMPANY, Inc.
and Communion Service at 6:30: ested. We all are looking forwardto Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor He 945.: with us In Sunday Schoolat p.m.Sunday.. Everybody is welcome the meetings in the Tent this Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m. E. Call St. Starke. Fla.
to Ute services In the Mason. year and we plan one or more In Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m.
y, You are Invited to worship with 1 ic Hall on Call St. Starke, the dates to be announced Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30 p.m.
It T BAPTIST CHURCH Starke us.

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_Person & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town CATHOLIC CHURCH "

\- PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130 Sunday Mass 9:13: : a,m.
Sunday School 11 a.m.

II NDA SERMONS 11:00 A. 1\1., '1:30 P. 1\1. Week Day Mass 8:30 a.m. 1

y School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:15 P.M. layBible .
Study la every Wednesday
Ibir -WEEK SEKVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M. at 7:45AIRPARK:
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,, .Too( A.M.: "What Does It Mean To De Born Again?" BAPTIST CHURCH

,_yy :: 7:301'.M.>> : "What It Means To Be Lost" Sunday 'School 10:00: a.m q t
I, ... r Morning Worship 11:15: a.m % 4t T'r
I-e A Friendly Invitation From A Prayer Meeting each Thursday P

Friendly Church 18 Extended .To All 7:30: p.m. t +
Eevnlng Service 7:30 p,m. r
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opportunity to take you anywhere at any time. and SAVE \

''J YOU TRAVEL DOLLARS. Get the habit. go GREYHOUND I IPi .: S "Wil VT sterling i h to silver, llic Fashion Aca.lciny r.f. New
York is. to the world of hion-thc! lJat word]! And,!

again/ for 1950, a* for 1919, it has: selected the Ford!
)Pi Fares Remain Amazingly Low
Greyhound medal! award! as
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Way Trip Way Trip fa t 1 i:; "test drive." Your Ferd Dealer will be glad to arrange it.
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GAINESVILLE $ .50 $ .90 ORLANDO $2.63 $4.86 .
I.AKE CITY .90 1.65 WAYCROSS GA. 2.15 4.-ti: \\

' TALLAHASSEETAMPA :1.10: 5.60 ATLANTA, GA. 6.85 12.35
3.25 5.8i: PERRY 2.00 3.60 tic one fine car in the low-price field iS

MIAMIOCALA 5.55 10.001 SANFORD 2.25 .05.

1.25 2.25 WINTER HAVEN 3.70 '.10 .TestVnw tJOtAJ/!

DAYTONA 2.25 .05 ST. PETERSBURG 3.70 6.7' d :. i:. af t jot Fw1. t iak s
WEST PALM BEACH 5.40 9.15 PALATKA .75 1.35

Plus 19 Percent Federal Tax on All Above Fares

LISTEN TO ELMER DAVIS AND THE NEWS Mon.,

Wed., Fri 7:151.3i. over WPDQ 600 on your dial .


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SAGE RIGHT, _\DroRDrov TKLKGRAPH STARKE? ; FRIDAY,

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meaning to take anything away Priest Co. WSCS Circles In next four weekly Uauc.il.Wltnoio .
Van H.
mv. hand and offli'lnl until :
BHS Cagers Back from Marianna (we couldn't any- at Mlarke, ...Florida thin February8th
Convened .
how). BHS was tired wanted to Is Celebrating25th MondayThe IUGOUKKlCJAt

coma home and consequently did AnniversaryThe Circles of the MethodistWSCS ( ,An REAL I'lerk) of A. Hnld J Thomas Court. PERSIMMONS PECANS SATSUfVlAS.See

TourThe not play their own game. They meta Py Haven Onmhy, r>. C.
From Tough convened Monday afternoonat I I \VIIUnm I D. Muiicnn Fifth "r.
team that was really ready twenty-fifth anniversary of 'lurk Ifulldfri*. Jaeksonvllln. Fla
3 o'clock for the monthly
Checking full couit and making Van H. Priest Co.. Inc. Is being ,gram and social meetings. pro MIX, for fit. j-o 4t 3.3 classified section for special offers good during Feb. only I

person who said that more 40 percent of their shots from the observed this week with special Circle One met at the home of I l\ .'I lee.q ,'r miller: nil \I>K. IIII
field Marianna won going away the 15: five and ten I! '0' 41'1' Fl.Oltllltl l\ "'111\-'
won and lost sale events In
are '
basketball
games Mrs. T. J. Griffin on North Cherry e'IIe\. '
at the foul line than anywhereelse 58\ to 37. cent stores operated by this organ- Street with Mrs. Carrie Rltch as Hurry! A '" :: Plaintiff, va. Glen Saint Mary Nurseries Company

knew whereof he spoke In Lake ..Butler Tuesday night ization. .1 co- Jolltells. m'aea Ciilhi-i-liiB No. 7793.OIlDKIt A.."j':11.; Defendant '
of three to be BHS came back In fine style to In Glen; Saint Mary Florida
Jn the first game The first store this popular i Lovely potted plants were usedIn : 01" PPIIMOATIO.Vi .
played on the past road trips beat Union High 37 to 30. The first chain was opened by Mr. and Mrs. !i I AND I NOTIfH TO APPKAIl I
decorating this spacious home STATE OK
FI4NUL.t
to: lHlhvrJn Dependable since 1882.
and were tied 45-all quarter saN the boys literally H,
KHS Perry Priest In Madison on February for the occasion. A. 1-CiiHntflI, whore reHlflenri I IK:
at the end of the game which wa swamp the opposition and coast 1925. They now operate Priest Kl No a, Purkvlllv, MlKKourl.

played in Perry, Thursday, Feb the rest of the way. Three boys stores In Madison Perry Jacksonville Mrs. A. Z. Adkins presided over I M'lrHi You IDtli are In reiiiilreil 50..,. In the to above appear earnrd on : = = : :: ::

2. BHS missed. 7 free throws In who were sent up from CoachFunderburk' (two), Jacksonville Beach the short business session in the' l (*curt and muss wh.*reln plain --.- ------.-,- _-.-._ L-_
absence of Mrs. Bertha Pearce tiff mtcka ,lIvn."... Uriiflfofd
County1'HlrKrHi
the overtime and was beaten 53\ B Squad Thomas Lake City. Live Oak WIJ>iston .1' >h shall niihllnh thin Order ,
l/> 49. The difference was at the 'Isrtman, and Fred Conway-- Montlcello, Starke, High Spring, president. Plans were made for In next four: ; wupklv :IKHUPII.VltneNa CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTER
1 I flowers in the church for the \ mv hand and official aenl
tout line played and gave a good account; of and Jasper all In Florida and one, 'at Htnrke, Florida, Ibis February,
We won't rehash the game.We'll themselves Jack Hazen was highIn In Qmtman, Ga. They also operate month of February. 61 h. I9fi0OFFICIAL.. "
this-It was an with 11 Mrs. W G. Halle had of ( 8KAT) A. J. Thom
simply this points.The charge
say game Southern Storca In Starke and I Aa (-erk| of said Court.
exact repetition of the one played BUS "B" team lost to Perryon Perry. the devotionals and Mrs. J. R. )Hv Haven Crosby l U. C. "fOR VOIJ : Fountain Special
In the a week Hill, assisted by Mrs. F. H. Than. lt..HeMH, Attorney at I.II204-
here armory pre. Long.
the first leg of Ian week's road Air. Priest was born on a farm O/l/ Itunmnfy Life Uulldlnv. JiiikfionvIMx. -
Mrs. Titus Olson Mrs. A. Z. Flu. BAKED
vvaua.The the In the
trip dropping game
Williston where he spent his
for BHS wa near I. Adkins and Miss Ally. for Plf. l-io 4t 3-J .
high: scorer last 20 seconds, 39-37. boyhood. He came to Madison in Amy Coburn I .
Arthur; Wlnkler with 14 points, 1918 where he secured a' teacher's reviewed the first chapter of the IMmri'ITrot'NT. sin 'D"'OIi J> rilL. ......1. Ta'l 11AMNunnally'd
It was his second game of the Girl. Drop One 1 study book "Women of the Scripture r(11'rTY C'Kit IT. "..Oltl". 1 Iv c.'" IN. I
certificate from the old Florida.
,(aeon. The BHS girls lost to Lake Butler : ." ,, ('....111.. Wrnnlta. Born Plaintiff vs.!' 1
Normal Institute and taught school PLATE
Alfred .
Koru
The following night found theboy. Tuesday night by a score of for a short while. At the close of the meeting the 7744. Hofendant. Case No. -

In Chipley where they came 28-23. Grace Dickinson was high He soon married a Madison girl .1 hostesses served a delicious salad OnDKR0V PrnLIPATION HEART BOXES 90c to $6 WITH BAKED BEANS
ANn NOTICE TO n
out the long end of a 43-40 Ecorer with 14 points. The girls course with coffee to the 14 AI'PKAR '
on the former Rosalie Noegel, and members 8TATR: OF Fr.ORin.\: Alfred AND BROWN BREAD
to are now tied with Alachua In the Korn. whose
score The trip was beginning present. residence and address
started their first venture
they ia: I lrnknown. >
Suwannee Conference. Whitman'sHEART I
tell. In this game BHS was not into business with a bakery in I You are required to appear on !
team of the Circle Two met at the home of March 13, 1950, '
the spirited night In the above named
In Callahan Tooight Montlcello. It was there that: BOXES $1 to $5 50cWhitman's
Ix-fore. Their game was a little Mrs. M. B. Herlong on North'Wal Court and clause, wherein plaintiff -
teams both the Idea to them to annkN dlvoree and
The boys and girls came open aten rentorntton of
nut Street with Mrs. L. S. Huttoas
the maiden ;
more ragged; sharpness was name. Bradford County
I Journey to Callahan tonight (Friday cent store since Monticello did Telegraph' Nballpnbtish
lead I co-hostess. ; : this Ordet
After good
off. a
getting ) and will hit the road again not have one at that time. They I In next four weekly; IHHUHH.: i
the boys slowed down and allowed' Mrs. L. D, Green circle leader, Witness' mv hand and official deal
Saturday\ night for games In opened a small shop there to give nt '''''rk., Florida SAMPLERS $2 to $4
thla February -
to until the business
Chlpley keep coming presided over session.
U .
Bran ford. the Idea a trial and when they 9 ljft.JOFFICIAI.
the score was very close. In the I' The program was opened with ( RnAr) A. 1. Thrums SEE US. i'!
the In the
saw possibilities
great
Feb. 14 the
On Tuesday night A. .
last half the scoring was abouteven. prayer by Mrs. A Wood, and Clerk of enid Court ,
merchandise field sold their fly raven Crosby, I' Lovely
boys and girls will meet the Alachua they C. .
BHS managed to hold thereafter Mrs L. A. Davis reviewed I A. J' Thi.niHx Jr. Hi
enough to finally come out on the teams In the Starke armory. bakery and moved back to Mad! the first chapter of the book, Atty for Plf.: _'aakPj.rJntl; !I.a COMPACTS *$1 to $7.50Worth's when you have your ne
ThUs should be and It .
long *nd. Obviously the boys a good one son.The "Women of the Scripture" in a IV" ('Hid IT f'ol IIT. Illl IIIKOIIII
will be next to last home first store In Madison wan I prescription filled. B
were tired. Foul were too easily the game. very Interesting manner. f'OI; %TKI.OIIII>t| IV'IItV.' ,- ,
Alachua Is rated as being the best opened on February 14, 1925: and .'Kit 1'
made, shots that were easp the !Mnrj'nrli'PiivlM.. plaintiff v... ("hnr.I. quality
use drugs and
from first f'u
the Delicious
was a success refreshments
day.
In the Conference. They're tall were Ins :
Duvla
Defendiint. Ca
night before were, hard to meld, Me No. DANS LA NUIT *
,nd good. This one may have a The store filled a genuine need in served by the hostesses to the 16 77.J8 $25
the breaking was done lowly. prescription
nn"pn OF PI''IA\'I''ON your
exactly
However in this particular game bearing on the tournament meet- Madison and it was a big job to members present. ANn NOTICK TO APPEAR :

Ing to be held In Newterry .Sun- keep merchandise, since it moved STATE OK FI-OTlinA: Chiirloii" Perfume as the doctor has urilM
we must attest to the fact that out so fast.Rotarians. Circle Three met at the homeof I>"vl.Vhn..." rexUlrnca and address
fr.e throws won again BHS 9-15, day. Starting time 7 p.m. IK: I'nknown.,
Mrs. George B. Jefferson Ellit"cient
ChIpley 2-15. Jack Eaves The Suwannee Conference Tournament Flynn on -You are required' to appear on CHANEL NO. 5 $12 ten. We give Quick,
was. : Street with Mrs. J. L. Anderson Mun-h 1.1. lino, In the nliov nomad
high pointer with 16. I begins In Lake Butler next Observe as co-hostess. Court and cause. wherein.plaini iU Service
seek .lIvo.. ... at Mini
I Rrnd Cecil Conntv ,
Saturday night a little further Thursday Boy Scout Week Spring flowers were used In Telt'Brnph. hail tddmph' this Order Rubenst in'sHEAVEN
.
along the road BHS took a shellacking ,In, next four weekly. |PKIIN.. mum C.
decorating the and
'. living dining i Wlln HN mv hand and official H.MI'at ', SCENT PERFUME *$7.50
at the hands of Marianna
.1' Stolen Car.DriverArrested Boy Scout Week was <>observed\ rooms where the members assem Hiarkn' Florida thiN FibruaryilFKICIAI
a team that lives and thrives on at the Rotary Club 9 Iqr.1I Phone 64" Day orYardley's Mh
Here Wednesdaywhen .
basketball. have bled.Mrs. ( ill \J.) \.r ThnmnaAa .
been the
They to T. A. Rowand III, field representative J. R. Wainwright, circle clerk of Maid Court for "On-The-Minit"!" Ser
state tourney five years In a row IW Haven "Crnabv I II (R
Rule B. Johns, who recently escaped of Live Oak spoke on leader, presided over the short T Frank" '
and probably nine out of the last I.nndrum Htm he. Kin BOND STREET' PERFUME $4.50 vice.
from the Duval County the theory and practice of Scout business meeting and during the I Alty for Plf. 3-10 4t 3.3 -

ten. Our end boys of were road caught on the Prison Farm where he was nerving Ing. The Starke Rotary Club la the program Mrs. T. H. Slade reviewed lciiicirr ;.mwl'. ''\I."n .'

wrong a trip. Not a tern for automobile1 theft sponsoring organization for Boy I the first chapter of "Wo ffirvri. "' ."' iii vi iv IIAN-.
'
arrested Scout Troop 70. men of the Scripture." I f KltV.I.i'onnnlit ,
was here Tuesday by I Dluanlewnkl Plaintiff. vs.
ATTENTIONVETERANS Highway Patrolman Hal P. Gill..... The Troop Charter for the new The hostesses served delicious. r.I.I..lnw 'n.nl"w"kl' Defendant.Cnsu CAR'PENTER'SL.
year was presented by District cake and ice cream to the fifteen I No. 7T3S.
At the time of the arrest Johns O'tI'I i<:,ii tiv pl.nr.T'ONAN"
was driving another stolen car a Commissioner B. E. Simmons and members present. NOTICR TO APPl'.\ It

Our Financing Agreement I Mercury. While being chased by was received on behalf of the club law WrATH Disnte OF FLOfUDA'u'hf H to reMldMttceand : Zdsls( The Store {Where{ You See Your

Make It Pofmlblv.. For Us the Highway Patrolman Johns by C. H. Nasworthy, Institutional I Eastern Star Plans ; addri-KH'i In: I'T;. Ko:ulelna 1V.locffow -* : Prescription Filled

To Help Veterans O.wn nidi-swiped and damaged a car Representative and Chairman of You are K. Olwo required. '<'ka. to .appear on I ._ .. '__

Jlc>I..rll. See lYe For Complete parked on East Call St., belong- the New RlvJr District.Scoutmaster Play On April 6, 7 March La. 10HO In the above naineii,
Court and cause wherein plalnllfl. ', '
Information.WALRATII ing to Mrs. Onota Peyton. Jack Trawlck announced I *,ftka dlvorre. Itradford Ciuintv ,
that Sunday Feb 12, has The local chapter of the East- Teleffrtipb shall. ) publish this Order
& WALRATH Ho was lodged In the Bradford been designated Scout Sun. ern Star held Its regular meeting In next four weekly InNUea.WllneHH .
I.... 4141' Keywtone Height County jail and later released to as Boy .]Monday evening at 7:30 my hiind and offlelaHeal STARJ
.and invited Rotarians to : o'clock.
Duval authorities. day join at Slnrke, Florida I this 1..1"u-
r County the members of Troop 79( at the In the Masonic Hall. cry a, lOf.n. OWNEDCTARLINGC
(Ulr"'ICJI'F.I..) A. J. TliomnHAa .
During the business
.
First Baptist Church at 11 o'clock, session pre Clerk of enid Court
where they will attend. services sided over by Mrs. W. E. Middle- |"y Haven CroBbv. 1' C. FLORID

NEW LOW PRICES In a group. ton six new members were Initi T.Ally.Frank_for Plf.tndrum, Hlarke.2-10 i Fin.4' 3-J Grocery &MarkeiV
ated. Plans were also
The program \vas in charge ofT made for 1'1111'1'
iv' ('IIf'- IT mi \i>i-'<>iti>
H. Sleds Financial Chairmanof presenting a play. "It's A Date. .,'ol r'I'Y. .....111111.\' Ir 1'11 tv.. ,
.the New River District who on April 6th and 7th, In the use ( IHV.Flumlnlci.
1 [,ride. Plnlntlff. va. rMl.atlnib -
for the Rand Introduced the speaker and also auditorium. Oliixppliin" Conifrtto IrldpefenrHnt .. SPECIAL FOR THE WEEK ENDING FEBRUARY 11TII. 1950;
Remington handed out assignments for the Following the business session,, I ,'11"" N.>. 1140.HIt"1t .

annual Boy Scout fund drive delicious refreshments were served I AMU! NOTICK OF prHIJCTIOV J TO APPKAIl: WE RESERVE TilE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITYCor.
Call
which will be conducted this week. by the hostesses. Mrs. Cleo Harley STATE OF "" .nUIP.\! in: IVIeaUnit & Cherry Streets!
Mrs Addle and Mrs. IIIiiFepplna. Comfirelt, Irlrle' ,
Harley Ave
-- whose. rt-Hldeni-H and addrenw la l L'rl -
Pearce. l hl"nlIn Ciimoo. 1'dlne. Italv
Temperance Clinic Yon are r-fiilrifl' to ,
| appear on
.. ,. .
Mar'h It Iflln In I hM h. %/ ""lvl .l
(At Gospel Tabernacle; I i'o;..riand;. cnllMV: ; wherein: 'plaintiff; i
treks ill\orcr 11'r1l.lt..r. CountTeliKni "
ADDING MACHINE I NEW RIVER'By |>h Hhall I,,,"II..h This Order CRISCO
A huge Temperance Clinic will In next four weekly iKNiiettWltneHa (limit one) 369
be conducted here at a Union I mv hand and' official' Meal
Mr. F.. A. Sapp I nt KiHikiFltirlda' thin F..>>'rmiry. X,
See this speedy...compact portable Meeting to be held In the Gospel I II I linnOFFH!

tuda..)'. It's the biggest! dollar value Tabernacle Annex, o n Monday + ( 'AI. ill A7 Clerk'.) of.\. Meld,t ThomaaAa Court.

can get.Has the amazing 10-key night. Feb. 13, at 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Pledger Johns and children Pv Mnven (-ronliv. n C.
you Every church in the community Jackie Betty and Barbara, visited T. Frnnk I .n''um.' Htiilke. "'1...
simplified keyboard.gives Mop,17)A.4 AllY for Plf. J.in 4t ,1-3 Dixie Pride
you all temperance organizations, the her parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert' or

automatic column selection. Just W.C.T.U.. Prohibition Party and Conner of Midway over the week' iv ('iiiniroinr, iin .Fonn
('01'\1'' '. F'Lntllulr. IV ..11'\. BEANS..121CLuscious
enter f figures as you .would write all friends of the temperance cause end. i KU Y.fCuthryn.

them. Has total sub-total. So are Invited to attend. Mrs. Seeber Moody was visiting! nilmartln. Plaintiff vaJaineH 10
.
A ,
rjllmnrtln
Defendant ( 11"
multiply release and correction The clinic wl1be\ conductedby her sister Mrs. George Green,! No. 7741
Raymond J. Jeffreys, popular in Lake City last Thursday. OUIIICR OF ITHMCATION
I keys. Full 5" .
carriage. I fED \Nil NOTICR; To APPKAft:
EX author of books, Including Mr. and Mrs Johnte Yarbroughof ,
TItp many PTXTK OF FI (>nil>A to: .I..mu
Raiford were calling on Mr. and A. 41llni.irtln, whose renldi-nce. and
ir f "The Fabulous Dutch Zellers",
ADDS MULTIPLIES LISTS rti address IH; ml east Street, KrooklynNew .
which has been declared to be the Mrs. Marlon Moody Saturday af York Extra Std.

AND TOTALS TO $99,999.99BRADFORD ndp u r"0 bent temperance story since repeal ternoon. / You are required to appear on Tomatoes 10
March lr. IDIiO. In the above mimed'
Mrs. Rosa Plnholster of Brook- No. 2 Can
and the best-seller "God Is My Court and. raUHe wherein plnlntlflfinekn
Landlord". ..r was .weekend guest of Mr. and Telt'irrnph. shall publish thl* Order
Mrs last week.
Floyd Wiggins
In next four weekly iHNtiee.Vltneaa .
As this store rapidly expanded Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shiver and \ mv hand and official peal
COUNTY TELEGRAPH at ",nrk., hUorliln, thla February 8,
the Priests decided to enter other sons Richard and Billie of Gainesville 11KOOFFICIAL. Colored
field!, and a store was opened InWmlston. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ( BWAf.) A. .,. ThomnaAa Churngold Lb. Over Sea No. 2'/ CanPEACHES E

Fla. with others soon to Bud Moody Wednesday and Saturday Hy Haven Crnnbv clerk, I I' of C. said Court.

follow. nights T. Flank ?.11 nil rum. Hlarke. Fin.
I Besides their business and family Mimt Jackie Rouse and Leslie Ally for Plf. 2.10411 $-9 OLEO 39C 26

.. activities, Mr. and Mrs. Priest are Sapp attended the State Fair in 6- ... ....._ .

29HIALEAH'S : very active In church civic and Tampa Saturday. : IT'S SMART

worthwhile community affairs. Mr. and Mrs. Extow Wester of

During World War II Mr. Priest Lake City visited their sister and PLANNING... Western
,
served as an army captain In brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ira

Europe Mrs. Priest managed tho Merritt Sunday afternoon. To Call Tony Stevens For Pork Chops Cen. Cut 49
business for almost two years The folks of this community are Your ,

while he was away. happy that Mrs. Hubert Rouse Is Commercial

able to be back home again after Per Lb..
FOR COMMISSIONER: I Im 4 Wedding
T. being a patient of the Naval Hospital

jXf"" 'Iii 1,1, CTor I hereby announce myself as.a in Jacksonville ten weeks. Banquet

candidate *, for County Commissioner Mrs. Stafford Crews and children And Birthday Phillips Cream Style 2 For Old Fashioned Round L

caalocciFLAMINGO : from District No.4. All Bobby and Jonnie attended PICTURES

support given me by my friends church at Johnstown Sunday.

and the citizens of this district Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. STEVENS PHOTO CORN S27c CHEESE 39GRITS

DAY will be greatly. appreciated.Pit Lester Johns Sunday were Mr. and
-J. G. (Gera"Adkln"\) Mrs Wilbur Mann and children of FINISHING

I Ocala, end Mr. and
Mrs. Jonnld '
"111.'C'r roll H rprrtlrDevrlnped.
W.C.T.U.WHICH Andrews and children of Lake
I l. Printed or Enlarged
Butler.

-Friday, March 3 WAV OUT; Mrs. Agnes Sapp and. daughter I LOCATED AT DAHMER'S Plantation 5 19

"I1..phyV" Rhoda: Ann and Sylvia Rev and GIFT; SHOP-110 Call St. (Limit 1 pkp.) *.
TIIINK your way out Mrs. Fred Hinduleyof Lake Butler I _

Repeal nay attended church at Long Bridge .

DRINK your way out Mondnv night. Also Mr. and Mrs. .

UIr Parade Politics says Jessie Thomas of Johnstown.
Flamingo' .H'F..M;.; your way out 45 Lb. Can Home Made Swift Premium

the New IJ.il says CARD OK TIIXNKS In Case of Sickness

I.F.r.lsUVTK.. }'''"\layout' We wish to express our deepest" .Lg39
Science says appreciation for the kindness Who/ Pays The Bills? LARD 5.69 TRIPE

Birds are paraded only once a INVENT your way out shown us during the recent Illness MAIL: THIS COUPON .
.
Industry "says and death of our loved one. I

yearFlamingo WORK your way out Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and I - - -

donimunUm "au>aMTItlKK_ Family. '
I Paul Raymond. Agent

_your way omitTown'sendivn Ir ('II"'I.r roe n'1'. 1I"01t.. Florida) Mutual Tall OO''
MtyitIT.NSION ('0'\1'\. FLulllule MILK Any Brand
your May outF'ael.nl 'J.ltY.Frank: I' trllr. Box 95: Starke Fla. 3
F I 1 i StakesOne S t k says Messier l ado known an F..I.n.und .

g BLUFF your way out rttn Aloud.Mi.l.r.. Drr.ndant.Plaintiff v.Caa.. ll.nrl-No.OROBH Information rirfetr IIf'nc1 me complete Cans J /

:MlUUrlam un. on th* FlnrllaMutual
says
nairr your way out ANI NOT1OB OP Pt'BUfATIOM TO .. Plan of HospitalFrotrrtlon.
THE BIBLE TATK OK riX>IUl>A to Ilinrl .
of America's Foremost SAYSPILVY t..f M."l''r', whose r..M.Ti<-. I, istl 3 Rolls Fresh Juicy ;
Names ,
Elll.on Street! Pltm. ._
your way out .. .. New ... ?
Horse Races ('ILIUM T S.tY4! ,You ar> rpntilr.d to _. .' TisSUE 1
I "I AM THK W.\, OUT: March\ llth. 1950. I... th. ahov.appear n..m-nn i"I 29C 2g1
(Hy Andrew .d Court and r.u.... .h..r"I" LEMONS
Jens'.eeeeeeeeeeenpee. ------- ..-" ..' (.It-raid.) Johnson In Kvlal Jiff. aka. dtvorr. Tlradforri. County plain. .

TrUitraph shall puhllmt. thla Order Ad"f ,


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