Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven I


\&ke-_ Blanding Road Ready.. To Go Except For Right Of Way Jillosevelt

Road Department Is Eager To Proceed '' ;

The People Choose Him Again 14,500 Workers $25,000 Theatre With Four-Lane Highway; t L", "1

'Would Cost $500,000 :' I, :

To Serve Now Rushing BuildingTo Surveys have been completed, money has been appropriated :' !

si and the State Road Department is ready to start '\ :

work on the new double-drive highway from Starke to Camp i j

'rd Term e tsP h +;,. Start MondayI.akeland handing just as soon as necessary right-of-way has been .. (

Blanding ProjectPayroll secured. -

ah w > > As planned, the 6h) -mile* $500,000 highway will be a ;

Democrats Carry At Camp Men continuation of Call Street until it reaches the city limits. '

Every State In Nears $500,000A Let Contract t For Beyond Alligator Creek it, will make a 30-minute curve (so } I

I'nion But Nine Week Figure Walnut St. Structure slight as to be almost imperceptible) through the Powell ,:"'!:

the tract and head due east to the landing reservation along :, s k.1:
ialdent, Roosevelt became Construction will begin! Monday _-the section Kite, parallel but not 1f
i The total number of employes. f
[ man in history, Tuesday, to : morning on a 700- eat. $23,000 quite coinciding with the old I' t\i \
If fleeted for a third consecu- now rushing Camp Bland Ing to moving picture theatre located Draftees Green Covp Springs road! ; ,> j|

term as President of the completion. Wednesday reachedthe Immediately north of the Register 150 The project has been<< designated! 1 :.

d States. .. staggering total of 14,500. Motor Company on South Walnut aa State Road No. 261. It will :

atattvely credited with 468 For the pant few days laborers Street according toV N, Car- consist. of two 2-lano roads each .t :,' (
oral votes to only 63 for his have been hired at the rate of n881
tent, Wendell Wlllkle Roose- 500 a day, and It i. believed that Lakeland business men who will 30-foot pnrkway. It will be of ;;' 1

victory was decisive enough the peak employment hUll not yet operate the theatre under a long IImel'ock ,baBe with retread surface \: '

construed' a national en- I Ix been reached. Payroll figures term tease Jo'reemanRt'glMler NumbersOf i top. Bridges and culverts' ,/ I
fcment of his foreign and are now hovering In the neighborhood will own the building and Hen t'. First Croup; will be concrete. f.'.' '

htlc policies. Only nine I of $500,000 a week. Hall local contractor, will construct Published Here The Road Department In an- /1.i ;

I. fell In the Wilkle! column With the Itmerock bane now the new cinema. I xloim to start work Immediately j f'

tihe popular vote was com- complete on the road from the The building is expected to be Lengthy eight-page questionnaires and its schedule calls for com- -: > > '

lively clone, being 24.363,708 f D Fa'Y mill, southeast of Kingsley Lake, completed and In operation by were mailed out yesterday! pletlon\ of the project in 120 .f.
Roosevelt and 20,282.049, for } m ref to the hospital area, all construction Christmas and Mr. Cnrrmsnlon! to the first 50 order numbers on; days One mile of right-of-way. j ,

lie.le n+ work Is being: greatly speeded said they expect to have a mid- Bradford County's Hat of draft-: Just west of the reservation line .

broml sweep of the Presl- as a result of the greater conven- night show Chrlxtma The age young men. An additional hat already been cleared and the Lj I {

fi victory carried with it a ience In hauling materials. The theatre will be of modernistic design SO questionnaires will be mailedout crew Is ready to move to a new f4 I

cratlc gain of a dozen or so gigantic 2,000-bed hospital project with the latent projection today and another 60 Saturd.iy. .: location as soon as additional -:'',,; I

In the House of Represen- is around 20 percent completewith equipment and R. C. A, sound. It Is believed that this' right-of-way in secured. j p!,

es. Of 35 Senate seats at Biding and roofs on some All seats' will be upholstered and will be i.. sufficient number to; In clnnl'ctlolwith the new \\f ,,j
21 Democrats and nine j 1 of the wards finished thin week. the floors will be curpetcd. The take care of our quota on the I rondo It I I" propound. to widen two f, 'j
Ihllcnns were elected.he Other Item being rushed are theatre will feature fire sass first draft and questionnaire 'will blocks of Call Street from the .;: ( ,;\

[ only states carried by the sewer lines water lines and pictures at popular prices, It was!! bo went out to the remaining men light pliint In Hoover's studio j

JLO: were Colorado Indiana, I the 1,000-man reception center stated. The building will be of only na needed.An to a width of 40 feet I',? :'I
Kansas Maine Nebraska where t troops will be. "ptocessed" modern fireproof cement block Advisory Committee consisting Negotiations for right-of-way J

i Dakota,, South Dakota and upon their arrival at Blanding material with metal roof of D.oJ.! Knight T. F. are now In progress. One factor < I
ant early In December Lanilrum and M. F, Brown has that hits made It difficult to ob- 1

spite of dire predictions by Seaboard Rushes bern appointed by President lain Is the fact that 200 feet will I

[Third Termers Florida I Roosevelt to 'assist draftees In re required taking six acres out i' I
d In the Democratic column Bradford County Vote Was LightThe 2 Negroes Die Spur Track"We filling out the quelltlonn IreR. In of i very "40,1" or 21 acres to ''' 1

331.734 votes for Roosevelt, I addition to these members, L. II. the mile of the owner's land. I
following table shows by precincts how Bradford
(119.040 for Willkle.I : expect to complete laying Hill has offered to assist at Law- Around two-thlrdu of the prop- \ I

I Democratic nominees in this County voted its choice of Presidents: In Train Wreck I the track Saturday" W R. Cox, tey, and W. S. Slbley at Theresmi.' erty Is owned by L. O. Powell B

few opposed by Republl- 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Total 'assistant Seaboard Alrllnn road Any one familiar with clerical the Powell-Smith Co., and A. J. I

i won their election. Roosevelt 237 498 339 70 107 42 55 218 1,566 forms may be called upon for Thomas. H
master In charge of conntructlngthe
Willkie 48 95 62 1 25 5 1 21 258 Accident OccursOn Starke to assistance in other communities The mutter was brought up in !i i
who G. S. .& F. Track Camp Blanding spur in the county. I a' round-table discussion at the I i''I
| AmendmentsOne Only 45 percent ((1,824)) of the 4,226 voters were track, said Wednesday. At that '
qualified in this county bothered to come to the polls Tues: Near: IlamBton time only one and onequartermiles The questionnaire must be Rotary Club Wednesday where I

Carry day. In spite of the poor percentage showing, it was probI'ably of the four and rm!Kju rUir : filled out and returned to the, miunbers. were told that neither ''> Imakes
Draft Hoard here file the Mat
within five
days. government nor
Failure to head railroad _
Election in stop mile railroad link between Btarke
Florida's cast in General
the heaviest vote ever a
turns from 996 of after receipt.: On thelailsf\ ; the any provision for the purchase I
precincts Indicate that alb Bradford County. In 1936 a total of 1,747 votes were cast; signs Saturday night cost a negro and the present O. S. F. BlandIng questions answered the men will of righr-of-wuy on neces- ttary

led amendments to the and in 1932 only 1,511. Interest always flags in the Gen- man and woman their lives at the spur remained to be placed.Cox then be classified Into those who road projects. i |

| constitution were given ap- eral Election because in this State nomination in the Dem-' G. S. & P. crossing on Road 13's with headquarters In Ham- areImmediately available, and James McColnkey member 'of I

I at the polls Tuesday with ocratic Primary is usually equal to election. Hampton cut-off. let, N, C., stated the railroad was those who are deferred for vnrl- the Stale Road Department' wait H
Inception of the one extend- Railroad Commissioner W. working 120 men and wan laying OUH reiiHims. present and stated that the Department I
Lex Green and An
automobile route to
Congressman e n
halt mile of track each
Berms of county commission- a day on The complete lint of order numbers In wllllnx to put up the B
B. Douglas, only nominees with Republican opposition on Gainesville from Camp Bland Ing the John R, Powell,
om two years to four I average. H
years In Bradford County has been I money for the road construction ,
I giving the Legislature con- the ticket here, received heavy majorities over their op containing six negroes approached Fort Myers contractor who has prepared and will be posted In. but cannot make any approprla,. Q
587 to 40 for McIIale, while the crossing lit a speed of 40 to the railroad's. contract for grading
over Green given
| commissioner districts. ponents. was the post office here The first tlon for rightofway.Capt. B
e i vote was as follows: Douglas received 362 to 29 for Griffith.In 50 Florida mile, per hour according to I I the road bed, Is barely keeping a 15O who will receive questionnaires Geo. F. Kendrick of the I
llshlng state ad valorem amendments to the constitution, the Highway Patrolman Chris few hundred yard ahead of the been 1
the matter of Anderson who Investigated the at this lime, are: 124th Infantry, who has
[T2080 for, 51.723 I track laying crew. Every six H
against. county vote was as follows : accident. The driver did not ses Order Merliil working on the right-of-way problem -

|5fl.J93 eating against.parole board-70,154 For abolishment of state ad valorem tax: 212 for 76 the Valdosta bound G. S. & F. Crew minutes of the workers motor lay crime two and of the Its No. No. I for the past of few General weeks Vivian as a H flColllnH
1 188 Ira W Allen representative
a1 1 distribution of track against.For train approaching the crashing until 33-foot rallM. The crane runs on Q
race the
boards 64 for 135 against. It wan too lute to the 2192 William C. Rhnden stated that government -
-86,925 for, 48.713 against. creation of state parole : stop the rails and aw soon an a spun also makes foe
3. no provision
105 Collie
fling a seventh Supreme For equal distribution of race track funds : 186 for, 51 car. The driver turned. the car Is' spiked Into position It movesup 4. -188 Earnest: CrlffU Oreen such purchases. H
sharply to the right In an attempt
JUBllce- -67,131 for. 46.- against.For on them to place the succeeding B- -120 Henry T. Turner Col.! R. H. Kelly commanding H
to parallel the tracks and
I.'gnlnst' Justice 60 for 143 two rails Flat cars pulled H
adding a seventh Supreme Court : thus avoid a collision and would 6- -846 Chas Lee Johns officer of Camp Blanding, stressed
IVlng county commissioners behind the'crane carry the supply 7. the importance of the project to H
against.For have succeeded had not the car 161 Aubrey G. Ha/.en:
year terms--55.786 for, 61- giving county commissioners four-year terms : 124 turned over and rolled Into the of hauled new Into rails. Cross trucks.ties are, 8..-14 Llndsey Griffin Starke In view of the fact that a
galnst. place by M
for 105 against. speeding train. The accident occurred 9- -S7 Albert W. Anderson, Jr. Interests In Gainesville, Palatka.
W. S. Bowen of Waldo fore
'log all widows $500 tax ex- all'' 9
all widows $500 tax exemption : 301 for, 24 ut 0:21: o'clock and the 1183 Osnla' Edwards and Jacksonville are workingfor
P11 I I 0 n107,585 For giving man of the truck gang stated: the H
for 30,249 shorter routes from Camp
Battle 11-19 Geo. Fonzo Prevail
driver Willie 30 of
sl. against. that as dangerous as the workIs i cities 9
Into their respective
Iradfonl County voters Complete tabulation of county returns cannot be given Gainesville' wan Instantly killed, so tar not even a finger has 12766 Earl Rhoden The Club meetlnc'walt M
ap- Rotary
13 172 Horace M.
Cora 27 also of Redding
U8 was I
f d ill amendments except the because election clerks in Precincts 1 and 2 inadvertently Gainesville.The been mashed. 14..-126 Richard L. demons also attended by Col. J. n. Ben- n

I Providing for a parole board locked their tally sheets up in the ballot boxes. These boxes The new spur leaves the mainline 15--: -187 Roosevelt Hudson, nett of Tampa, new executive officer -

t adding JtiKtlce.a seventh Supreme cannot be opened, except by a Circuit Court order, until the demolished other four automobile occupants received of the near the Seaboard's Alligator 16--167 Odell Bright at Blnndlng. 9Sternberg's
Creek trestlu and follows an
board meets this morning. 17.- ,162 Joseph J, Jones
canvassing severe cuts and bruises, and were eastward course a little south of
Charles Huffman, 26, Elroy Richardson 18- 147 Joseph Ed. Duncan Store
ditional the Crlffls road. AH noon as the
TroopsBlanding New Track Speeds Service Department 14, and Eugene Robinson track laying Is completed. Cox 19--1300. Wash. Chambers Modernized I
20 -689 Theodore Crews
20, all of Gainesville, and Thomas
stated the crew will begin levelIng -
Opened By WillysH. Mornnt. 37, of Live Oak. 21.-129ft Earl E. Taylor
( Camp ProjectRoad and smoothing the railroad Kternberg's Store this week In-
llery C. Seventeenth Field 22-1234 Leonard H. Cruce
and road bed, which Is no roughat stalled the new type "daylight"
pry. arrived at Camp Blandon 48 between Starke and T. Hamper co-owner of the I 23- 31 Luther Holmes
Negroes In Wreck present that the work train fluorescenV lighting throughout
Thursday of last week been relievedof Richard and Hamlter Wlllys car 20 milesan 24-180 Outs Morgan
Camp Blanding has cannut exceed a speed of Its Call Street establishment. The
Fort Bragg. N. C., to assist Four sustained minor 29- 676 James R. Hlewett
traffic I here announced this week negroes hour it. consists. of
Present! In'ring much of the heavy truck .agency over 26--112 E. V Broughton new lighting system
camp complement cuts and bruises Monday morningat six two-tube chandeliers In the
of service depart-
the opening a i
completion -
of the recent
for the Thirty-first as a result 27- 183: H. O. McDonald
Ion. In of the service, five o'clock when the automo- Roll Call Workers store and four three-tube refl'Ung 91
which Is expected De- of the new spur track ment. charge 28--108 Manual Hampton
fixtures In each of the 9J
,pr 1.Lttery from Theressa to the reservation. department Is Lynn Jones of In-i bile In which they were riding to I Are Announced 29. 100 Jerry A, Ward two front show windows. The 91

C. composed of 120 Llmerock. lumber and other materials dianapolis. Indiana. The new de-: work at Camp Blanding was I 30-- 183 Leon M. Griffin new lighting assists customers to

28 left Fort Bragg Tuesday are now being hauled directly parment not only gives service to I struck by a northbound Seaboard N. D. Wainwright, Jr.. chulr- 31 --116 Roy Aycox wee colors under the artificial day- 9

by truck under commandapt to the Camp Instead of automobiles but to all:, train. The accident occurred at I man of the annual Red Cross 32--174 Karl: Jan. Griff light jU'4t as they appear In real 91
R c. Brisach and with being unloaded at the Seaboard Willy : 33--131 Marvin O. Griff
following other officers: I siding here. other makes of automobiles and I'the Washington Avenue railroad I Roll Call which gets under 11 way 34-125 F, J. Pellum daylight.
here Monday November yellterday This week Steinberg's has also
ut Alex Kharitowoff. Lieut. The! new track which was built truck as well. I I crossing In Starke and the car announced the appointmentof 33,-138 Evan W. Hodges redecorated the Store's Interior. 91

Kleford.Hendry and Lieut. Tom I by the Southern Railway Co., but Thin week Richard and Haml- was carried half a block up the his corps of ,assistants They 36142 Carl Redd The' ceiling has been finished In
They will be here In 37'--166 B 8. Johns
now belongs to the government ter located o n South Walnut : track by the train. The colored are: white and the walls In cream.
mporary h, duty for about a 12 miles long and ends at the Street, are displaying the new. persons were given treatment by Starke business district: T 38-135: Ancll Chandler Sternbt-rn's, recently refinished H
e and will pitch their tents sewage disposal plant at Bland- 1941 Willys "Amerlcar." Fourof I' the focal Seaboard doctors. Frank Landrum. F. F. Stump, W, 39-.183 Leroy Con tori their show windows. 91

area next to B battery Ing. It skirts the artillery range these new cars are In stock The four Injured negroes were M. F.Uwards. 40-148 Fred Smith

arrived from Fort Bragg and encircles the quartermaster and on display, and among the Henry Lee 27, of Live I Oak : Starke residential district: Mrs. 41--198 Lloyd GriffU
umber B. H. S. Jasper .
14. vs.
warehouses.The 1941 features are a more powerful driver of the car who stated he N. D. Wainwright Jr., Mrs.. E. 42--139 J. B. Russ

Tabernacleand track pasaes by the framing 4-cyllnder engine, bigger and "did not see the signal"; Ossle L. Williams 43--146 Joe Coleman Tonight At ParkB. 9
construction mill with s I x roomier over all steering wheel White 31, and Joe Wheeler 32, Starke street sales: Miss' Ruth 446 f'Ideger) A. Johns

v Mrs. spurs and access 'roads to the gear shift, radio special over both of Live Oak and J. G. Al- Sternberg. Miss Evelyn Stump. 45! -.122 Sam Jenkins H. S. Tornadoes meet perhaps H

hter' Lois Paul Weber and camp construction area. drive for giving more miles per britton 32, of Houston, Florida. Lawtey: Bill Plummer, 4683 J. A. Ellington their strongest opponent to 91
made for will be at the completion of this spur Is gallon of gasoline, two-tone finishes Hampton: Mrs. T C. Chaataln. 47.-280 Orle A. Wiggins date when they lock horns to- 91
Mr, ''Weber several and his days family next of great Importance In facilitating etc.Light Two Building PermitsOnly Brooker: Mrs. Daisy Fisher 4S-169 Vanlce 3}. Keene night with the powerful Jasper 91
be. of troops carrying Graham: Mr. Riley Wasdln. 49-145: Lacy B. Sllcox combination at Bradford Park. HI
n here several times be- the transportation
and were freight and equipage. It DocketAn two building permits were New River: Mrs. M. F. Wig- M9 Ralph Dixon The clicking Hamilton County
very much enjoyed
'11' who heard will expedite delivery of the vast 'Issued, by the city In the past gins. 51-765 Angus Hall aggregation, one of the most 91
them. the
hter, has a sweet Lois voice amount of supplies that are nec- extremely light; docket faces week and totaled but $540. L. Thereasa: Miss Ida lUgan. 52-121 Daniel L. Norman highly touted high, school teams tin <9I

1111 sing very services. to provision and take care Judge A. Z. Adklns and the Jury G. Hemingway was during the essary .
p'' a y on musical of the Incoming troops. when Circuit Court convenes here permit October 31 to construct a Fancher. 54 -181 Paul F. Llles has to Its credit already the defeat |9I
bells and bottles. glasses Monday morning at 10 o'clock to two-story garage apartment 20 B. H. S.: E. L. Williams. 551305: Lloyd W. Kemper of Lake City and a tie with 91

v William open It* fall "term. Clerk of the feet by 46 feetinear his home at I M-6ftO John E. Curry Live Oak.
Idn preacher Fetter the exiled Recent ,BirthsMr. Court 'A, J. Thomas stated, there the corner of South and Thompson Kingsley Lake Baptist 57--702 Frank M. Cruce It was announced this week < 9
brought some
Y spiritual I last and Mrs. Thomas M. Fin- was "nothing on the docket unless Streets, The permit states 58-8 Eugene Hunter that a special game will be played 99
messages Icy Lake Geneva. girl October the State's Attorney returns the coot at $500 the building to Regular services will be held 59--114 Otis Prragle here Thanksgiving night. Novem91
eryJne Is attend Information on some cases or unless be of frame construction' with I at tbe Kingsley Lake Baptist 60--136 O. T. Burrell ber 28, at 8 o'clock between B. ..91K.

oervices next urged week.to The 26.Mr.. and Mrs. Zennls Williams the grand jury returns metal roof. The $40 permit went. Church next Sunday, November 61 820 Marion M. Crlffls S.. and St. Joseph's ACademyIn 9I

iir meetings will be conducted Brooke girl. October 31. true bill on a case." Judge Adklns to Ernie Holland for the additionof 10. conducted by the Rev. II. M. 62-228 Ovid R. Thomas Jacksonville As this Is an JBl

? and Sunday nights of this Mr. and Mrs. Early B. Thomas stated that a grand Jury would a room to her Reno home and Tlllman. Everyone I. welcometo 63.-612 P. J. E. Carter I"extra" game season tickets will) '99

Starke, girl. November 6. probably: be called was Issued November 6. attend. (Continued on page eight) not be good! )



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IHI-I"'i'.f::,i Know Proper Way To Display Flag? i RROOKER See Romeo And Juliet While In Florida I By HIGHLAND Mis Beth Wimberly Jessie visiting\''I'1flPg. \. h(> 'II Ide
I lly Mrs L. L. Parkerflapthi But Don't Forget Lulu Thursda IIf Lakt
1 :; Here Are A Few Simple Rules To George Prescott of Ft. Ben- >
Church Sf'n'k.
I the longest. Of the niog Ga., visited his slater' Mrs. Randolph Cr:(ashy
have ,
flown the national flag The Rev. C. A. Warren of I The Florida tourist equipped !(Junction Was of Jac
1 The flag should be played on poles. I Vlsltinl)
I I R. Green here ; hut
Jacksonville Saturday
towns and
only from sun rifle to sunset. U the first to be raised on the I Hampton will preach at the Baptist with one of the State Road Dc- single-name Mrs. C C Parrots
2. The flag must never touch tallest and most conspicuous church here Sunday morning. I part men t's new pictorial maps{ and ApalachicOla are the longest. Sunday.Mr. night Crosby' \\-.

the ground! or the floor staff. When another flag Is displayed I Lon forget the weekly musical can almost pick out a town toi Between Acllne-the first name and Mrs. R.: L. Prescott, Mrs.
: WW his need I|: on the list. and Zuber-the last Vaughn Romeo and Frederick w (t'
suit hi mood
with the or Ward
3. Nothing should ever be on a building service at 7 o'clock every Wednesday Kelly l.!
placed on the flag except the national flag the latter should be night and Sunday school! There Is a Balm for the there are ..towns beginning with Prescott, Mrs. E. Prescott and were am, MI" A I II t Or

1 Holy Bible. I on the right. (To determined the !at 10 o'clock eVery Sunday morn- travel-worn a Two-Egg for his I every letter of the alphabet except Miss Vlrgie Griffls were visitorsto In the VISlling litlle Lore!
and Parish for the X. There is one Q-Quincy, Jacksonville\ Saturday.J. Granltn
direction breakfast a hosPital
4. At sunset ('retreat') duringthe right face In the same Ing. You are invited to attend Mr
playing of the national an the main entrance of the build these services. soulful wayfarer.If and only one U-Umatilla. X M. Byrd of Jacksonville wasa little and Mrs H. B. K
I I Its he's after he Isn't entirely forgotten. though I business visitor here son \'Inl'nt.
the flag should be low romance Monday. and
anthem. ing). Birthday Dinner : Mrs.
visit to Juliette-but because it is represented In Loxa- O. W. Marr and \ Dewey Woods
should! might pay a son Billy of
should be flownon I of
I ) ered. Civilian spectators ,I 9. No flag ever Resale Colson son of Mr. and vllle Were
stand at "attention" with heads the same staff as the national Mrs. O. B. Colson. was the honor'i I watch his step because Romeo hatche and Caxambas. Mima visited relatives here Sat- Kelly and gupSts of !.Irs
Those' tourists who want to go Mrs
,, uncovered. Military spectators flag (except the church pennant guest Sunday when his mother I Isn't very far away, although folks urday.Mr. Saturday, Evelyn
should stand at attention and give during services In the Navy-Cod entertained for him at their home Romeo does not appear on this back home and confound the and Mrs. M. Fanning were
he'd be safer with with a few tongue-twisters may In Starke Monday.Mr. Mrs. Amanda
map. Perhaps
salute.' Silcox
rj the military above country) here. ,
5. Do not drape the flag over I I 10. On shipboard the national I Quantities of flowers were Lulu or Olga. visit Wewahltchka Thonotosassa and Mrs. N. T. Green and her been spending, ( HOme tin
He can pick out 16 towns Bstiffanulga. Lake Istokpoga, family visited relatives here Sun- -
of and
back a car,
the hood top, or be raised and dliugh
Is first to Ssonvllle.
Hag the artistically arranged In vases and and Mrs
which word lake In their Narcoossee Lake Tohopekallga D
have the
ili train or boat. When the flag Is be lowered. day.Mrs. Denmark ,
t the last to baskets and
I to
placed advantagein
on a car. the pole names. 12 forts and seven saints. Wlmauma .and Yalaha. Luell Tanner and Miss Was the
I displayed I I I 11. When the flag Is flown as the home. Yeehaw. of Mr. week-en
should be firmly affixed to the Of about 700 cities and towns Then, don't forget Charlotte Tanner were visitors and Mrs. C C
1 chassis clamped to the radiator a sign of mourning hoist It to At noon a large table was listed on the new map which now (Say that one several times real here Sunday. Herbert Alvarez c-

or" I halt staff,* dropping It from the spread and centered with a two- !III< being distributed. Ebb and Ona I fast at the top of your voice andyou'll I I L. J. Norman was a visitor to I Annie Mae Alvarez Carr
,' cap. I top to a distance equal to the tiered birthday cake. feels and
) 6. The flag should' never be'' have the shortest names. Weekt- know what a reporter Starke Saturday. I Crosby were In Lake
flown "upside-down" except in width (the way the stripes run) Resale received many beautifuland wachee Springs and Punta Rassa like after checking over the list.) Mrs. H. C. Wimberly visited I BUll
on the flag. Before lowering the useful gifts.
of distress at sea |I I In Starke Monday. C.
case I If't I half-staff flag at sunset hoist It Those present to enjoy the day I Crosby and U,
7, When the flag Is used as a for months. Tampa and the west Visitors to Green Cove Springs Arsula. Mrs. Arie
to the top of the pole. with Resale were. Miss Clara Bro",
'd banner, the field of stars should i, 1 Russell Kay coast are just beginning to get from here Tuesday Included T. A.Brlnson I Mrs. J. R. Kelly
'p Flume Lt. Hodges from the CCC Were
be .It the left (as you face the I) 12. On parade when the no- Camp Bob and Gene Long of the fever and during this summer K. J. Jennings! and C. M. i I din Tuesday i 11

flag), When used us an altar ccv- I tlonal flag Is carried with any more new residences have been Grlffis. _
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
crlnif, the field of stars Is at the others it should either precede Long and daughter TOO LATE built than at any time since the Mrs. H u 1 d a h Corpening of TO!TAKE VtllOM:' IT Mil '\"

right (as you face the altar). "I| tho others or be carried above the I: Betty. boom. Montgomery Ala.. Is spending a rolet (I'WTIt'' : TIf.1'a"} 1 1V ,
Mrs. Ada KInsey and daughter I ? '?'? :
8. When several flags are (IIs-1 I others on a higher staff.RISING I Mrs. Marie Hancock of Lakeland TO CLASSIFY People who never expect to havea few days here with her parents Serial ,. .,tii AHI.I1I1III'! ,4t X":(,
Motor ,
I MI' and Mrs. T. A Brlnson. Vi-lii T I. T.IIT V,, 1.
I were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I You know If we donUt watch home of their own, who had always an apprnl-. ,) "''Iu.. ,,.r I.i II.,:.!,.
week. felt their finances would not Mrs. B. F. Jackson of Keystone Otto. WR" >o'I"'d I
Bills demons last our selves here In Florida we'regonna '") IIrodr'4
j Florida. ,.
Capitol tty Mrs II. II. lewis l I I Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Williams : be all snarled up and back- permit them to even think of Heights was a visitor here uN.,1 In I 0.t.I.I"h.. ,1..I''n,( q: ,,'1940. rl,
: and mother Mrs. Williams of : lashed In another fool "boom" such a thing, are building attractive Tuesday. 9.1939.Clia 1)1-i, I'tao:: I, 1.,1\\, ..r

Consensus Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby and ', St Augustine were visiting Mr. with binder boys runin' 'round In livable homes today and think ,.f Tho"anti \\I.)h,ii"i.'',I,"I., ,I. ,''h. I

children recently spent the day'I and Mrs. Fred Hazen Sunday. I, knee pants carry In' plats and con nothing of It. All one needs Is a GreenwoodBy 'JI..v..rIiJC"} .. I I.. ......I.t Ii"'?111 nr.rlo..r. ,

with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Powellof I 'Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hazen and tracts like they did back in 1925. lot and a little courage and the !Alias Mildred Cte iter I property.a1lah. sip..ul.\. FI",. ,|I.,.1111.?.,",\?'.j 10 .

Starke. I children and Mrs. Alice Oliver Since the government startedtu government will do the rest. I' wile In fr.i,,? ,.' ,11:,. ("ou"II'

xa s THE AMENDMENTS!: Bryant Moore visited relatives were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Art- rnln' i loose national defense Grocery clerks at the end of the A large crowd from this sec at on StarkKI November' ) ,",20, 1,1, ,,i'nn. ?, 10",

;v Casual students of the state here Friday. He want enroute to ford Brown and baby In Sampson money and they've been movln' day's work, sit around with pencil tion attended the Hallowe'en Th" State HeteriiKi. I>'I..I' '
; constitution are wondering about I his home in Ft. Myers after City Sunday afternoon. in soldiers on ux by the thousands. and paper, drawing house plans; carnival at Lawtey school' Thurs Jeot florid ft*fly 1'\anti| !, ',.lilt,"l| II hid.ho, right

the phraseology' of at least two spending his vacation In the The Rev. J. L. Norris of La. It's gettin' so you can't park your stenographers and other office day night of last week. All pel-Mini.. rlunmiiK I' .

of the proposed constitutional/ Carollnas. He was accompanied Crosse was visiting T, B. Pin- car nowhere this side of the residential workers are buying I lota and Mrs. J. A. Chesser and daughter any Interest imrt hi thereof,,r, t to .au| nL'.

P, amendments which. were voted on as far as Plant City by his holster and family last week. section' and folks flow up checking prices of plumbing fixtures Elsie, and Mrs. W. E. Kirk- quired to Hpu, and arM h.r+.1

November 5.Generally grandmother Mrs. W. A, Lewis The weekly bridge club met at and down the sidewalks, like It and comparing the cost of land and baby attended the funeral rlalmx the date within of, thht,. }' ((30)( ) i")
th flr ,ij
speaking. It would appear who will visit her son W. E. the home of Mrs. Katie Hazen was the week before Christmas. oak and pine flooring.The services of Mrs. W. R. Ker- this' not.Its a K pi.,\1,1,5,t f rnll:"| ,,

that If the parole commission Lewis. Thursday of last week. Prizes Vacant lots that ain't had no Kay family hasn't actually sey Friday afternoon.Mrs. lion Florlrla I 1 13.. |1939 t'ha, ,t.,1"1'" I th) ,.I 15101.state 1 i,,

amt'ndment-wOl.thy of the highest l Elder W. E. Hall of Green were given to the ones making attention paid to 'em by anythingbut started building yet but the wife Daisy Pringle and daughters Department; I "f Fit< iMa l t H.

degree is adopted. Its Cove Springs spent Saturday high and low scores. The' hostess weeds for the last fifteen has a gleam In her eye and goes and Mr. and Mrs. Earl and hansee.. Intel Florida..ml. 'In, and..,, an t, m\..\ I

wording may cause considerable night with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. served her guests fruit salad sal- years or so are beln' annoyed with around mumbling about so-and-so Mosley and baby were visiting erty xlmllease. a-irl. tprmlra'In MJ':

confusion between duties of the Crosby.Mr. tines and coffee. surveyors and landscape artists. goln' to build or somebody or relatives in Russell Sunday. Director' Miuic 'rho, S

present pardon board. made up of and Mrs. Bishop Thomas Mr. and Mrs. W. B. (Babe) Folks who are unfortunate, enoughnot other Just moved Into their house Little Jo Anne R a h m e of mem ,., 11101| ,,ilIa 1I"aW'I',' Tat ll!.(>'

the governor and members of his and little son, Wayne Handford Douglas were visiting Mr. and to own a home are beln' last week. It's gettin' so I can't Hampton spent' the week with 1
cabinet, and the parole commission. -spent I the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Alice Thomas Sunday.We pushed around and snarled at by come into the house without her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. I -
The latter under the Mrs. Bob Thomas of LaCrosse. are very sorry to report landlords callln' 'em up every I stumblln' over_such magazines as Karle.. Che.sse..r. .1 II"Jl. c'"I'1.1)111 l\l.IT< UK co q |i IT.u T.IIRII n:,

amendment. would 1 not have power Mrs. Maggie Green, of Boat. !several' on our sick list this week month or so to announce that "House Beautiful" or "Home and Mr: and Mrs. Robert Crawfordwere c n I "'1'1'! a i It I: W fm|

: of pardon that lies in the pardon I drain visited Mr and Mrs. H. and all In one family. Mrs. Truby "startln" on the first the rent Garden." Strangers 'phone me to I I visiting Mr. and Mrs.. Bill Iluit l\ I IMMMII t

board, but the two bodies might H. Lewis. Sundxy. Hodge has been sick for sometime will be ten dollars more a month.' ask when I expect to start my I I Greene Sunday afternoon. I I"I,I "ml",

__ tangle authority on paroles and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lewis spent I and Friday afternoon her On- the other- hand, It you own new home The mall man bringsme Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Starlingand -VHrierthii -T KhiK.

conditional pardons. I daughter was stricken with con- your own home and It Is well located letters from manufacturersof family, and Mr. and Mrs. J. I't'fntIaiiIt ,'
Friday with Mr. and Mrs Wood- vulsions. Bad luck was still' and looks livable A. Chesser and I nppeurlnx' 1 ,IA ,ifUjvpendeel (
you're Solar Heaters and Venetian were visit
Theamendment to !stagger! the row Thomas of LaCrosse. I 1 to I till lull,! ,fi,,1|<<|
terms of county commissioners knocking at their door, so Sun bothered by people rlngm' your Blinds. ors to Camp Standing Sunday Hlmve-Hluteil IUIIMthai i Boll r
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and day afternoon the husband and door bell or callln' you on the ; afternoon. Klnif I the rieri'ml.int I iherrig !
likewise I Is confusing In Its word. I You know of ..
: a couple years agoI In a nnn-ieHldcni .r f t
., Ing. As It stands certain com- Elder N. T. King recently visited father Truby Hodge, fell from 'phone and askln' If It's "for sale." accumulated two dollars J. D. Carter of Jacksonville of Florida, .mil .1 i ".,

I mlaslnners In each county would I IMrs." R. J. Register 0 f Green an automobile and broke his collar There may still be a lot of folks made a first and was visiting at the home of J, A. State I'liluimvn to. ih. Ih'1,
payment on a house over the age or ",.
c be elected In the so-called "offyear" Cove Springs.Mrs. bone. We wish them all a unemployed but they're not car which I thought was goln' to Chesser Saturday night. It Is therefore ordered

elections for four Susie Goodman and chil- speedy recovery, penters or plumers or brick layers. Mr. and Mrs. Earle Chesser non-resident defendant I h. tIn '
serve for
year per. me the rest of life.
_ ,
my hereby
iod. The others. would be elected dren of Gainesville recently I Mrs. Leo. H. McKlnnon 1 I. We been tryln'': to get hold of a The family was nuts about It and spent Sunday, In Hampton, with of foinplalnl required filed to appeatbill In mt

two later with all "ervinII'lour visited.Mrs. J. W. Drlggers. spending a few weeks with her plumber to do some repair workat relatives. I'I on or' before Monday, the .'>
________ years parents in Alabama.Mr. our house for a week now and everything was swell. But now Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chesser of December, A. D I 1440 oikthe
year terms Advantage of It seems the darn thing is too allegation of said, bill <
this Is apparent since It automatically BOOTSEY'S BEACH and Mrs. L. L. Parker and haven't been able to find one and small and It ain't got enough I, and daughters Mildred and 'Elsie, taken an i-onfeHw-tl. .' by N
would prevent election lly Miss Kffle: CrawfordA daughter Shirley were in Jack locatin' painter or carpenter Is I' closets and the fireplace ain't big |iwere visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E. fendant.It IH further, ordered tborder '"

uf commission of sonville Sunday. even harder. Why even our colored Kirkland: Sunday night. he publlnhed once i
.. an entirely new enough and it
ought to have
a ), ...
large crowd from this section Garwin Dixon and Russell' Wilson yard man comes to work In' for Four conHeoutlvp .k.
c.., unexperienced men at four year porch and the lot's too small and Bradford" <'ott itt! Tclrgnph.I
Intervals. attended church at Hellbronn are home for a few days an automobile and wears neckties If I haven't ;I SUNNY BROOK FARM 1 paper publlHhed I I I Inaid' "('ou'
Sunday and Sunday night. visit with relatives. They are In and ox-blood shoes. I got anything to dowouldn't j I State.Thin.
Hut what the framers of the CCC at I like to drive over and !| By Miss Arsula. ()t't,.1er 2."'NI, 1'49.OFFKMAh .
a Camp S. C. Crosby
_ amendment do Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Grant and You know, I can remember back see the new house ( SlI.M.l;(: J T,
forgot was to Whooalts
; to Many people from here attendedthe are Clerk Circuit I'miit,,,,
of Orlando
family spent Sunday when used
Slatw how many commissioners Halloween carnival at La. we to enjoy dull summers bulldln' it's got the darllngestl I I I Mrs. W. R. Halslop. Mrs. Inez lly J. II. Ki-lh, ti.' i"it!>' C..

_ may be elected for each county. here Rosier with and Mr. and Mrs. James 'Crosse Thursday night. and had plenty of time to kitchen, all tile with built-in fix- I Kelly and Mrs. Alton Dobbs were Oornld 307 Law:, !H.KxrhnniriHiiUIni Hart: .. ,
Under early constitutional provisions family.We Mrs. Mary Mott of Hellbronn go fish In' and the stores weren'tcrowded tures and Mr. Whooslt has a private -t'shopping In Jacksonville Friday. JaokHonvlllt, I Kla. $,".Iit tot

'. which in thin respect will are very glad to welcomethe Springs was visiting her children. and there was always "den" all paneled In Cypress W. C. Ward and Fred Halslop Cumplulnaiil' t l"-s (II l tI

j bfl discarded If the amendment Is following f milieu Into this Noon Mott Johnnie and plenty of parkin' spaces and you and I could have one Just like it. I I were transacting business in )
:1 Mott % CUM I IP 411I11'1' l i't 01
section where they will I I make never had to stand In line to get If we Gainesville
each limited ever build etc. Monday. .
: adopted. county was Mrs. Ellis demons here last and besides \U".IIU I UI1'l I'llIN
to five commissioners. No limitation their home for the present time: week. in a movie or a cafeteria, but this It wouldn't be hard to sell our Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conner 4 IMMFIIt
I NOTH'K,, a<; TO I I 1.KKKM: : (>AVUlllan
Mr. and Mm. Ray Howard and summer it's been terrible. house. and j
Miss Elna
I Is Included In the proposed O. B. ColHon made a business Conner of Gum Miller, .
amendment, which gives the legislature Mr. and Mrs Rurne Straun and trip to Jacksonville last week. Thanks to our new low-fare And I think of all the I Branch were attending to bustnesa riuiniirr
I r ___ to the number family all of 'zephyrhllls and Mr. streamlined trains, comfortable folks poor In Jacksonville -"..-
power set Mm. Coy Gay has been visiting over In Europe who built Saturday. Roy K. Mill, I.IN I.
In each county. and Mrs. Lee Johns!'! and familyof her sister Mrs. Mae Saucer In air-conditioned deluxe buses and themselves nice homes and are Mr. and Mrs. Hildan Dunkley I>Hfen i
Live Oak. Till'! NA.MK
-- I improved highways. It's gettin'so now and Mrs. Mabel Denmark and '
spendln' half
Baldwin and her brother, Alvin I their time in OF 1' J.lItl"omETIXO: :
CRIME, DISKA3K.: Mr. and Mrs Burton Rosier 'demons in Jacksonville. the Yankees don't think any bomb shelters and well I Just children of Jacksonville were TO: Itoy K: Mill" .hoOf

Superintendent L. F. Chapman and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosier,I Mr. and Mrs. Griuley Baxter more of makln' a summer trip to don't know. visiting M r s. Dunkley's sister, denoe You l is are unkn"wti heieh: I".qitire, I Ip..r [
spent Sunday here with Mr. and Florida than they used to thinkof Mrs. Evelyn "f 'oinpUii'HKiiliiKt '
of the state prison farm at Ral- 'of Baldwin are spending a few Crosby Sunday.Mr. to the hill

ford firmly believes crime and Mrs. James Rosier. days with relatives here. runntn' over to Rye Beach or FLA. STATE FARM and Mrs. N. G. Moody and you 2nd herein A, P
social disease! are closely related. Luther Chlsm and Jack Johns ,I Mrs. L. A. Brown has returned Atlantic City. By MlN daughter Melba and Mrs. B. further ordered. thai this, 0d I I'l'elegrat'h

Statistics compiled In connection of this section were business:I to her home after spending a During my trip around the state Mary Townnend Johns and grandson, Markley of published' In I ft (neWPiItier hI' BradfurJ pul

visitors to Gainesville last Thurs' this summer I encountered New River and Mrs. Herbert Par- .'I."dLeach
_____ with the nation-wide fight t o week with her son and daughter- tourists Hallowe'en Party In Bradford County
stamp out social disease show. day. I.in-law In Sampson City. and summer visitors from A large number of local people rish and little son of Brooker week f. r t tour

Chapman says that 61 percent of Miss Inca: Rosier returned to I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stokes of every state In the Union. Roads enjoyed a Hallowe'en party givenat were visiting Mrs. Arle Brown e\Vlinei.H in). hand and| 0'

state convicts committed,I to Ral- her home here Sunday after Gainesville were visiting Mr. were all cluttered up with "for the club house Wednesday Sunday afternoon.Mr. seal thiN 2H'h' dii>"' 'oIt A wlowrfOFFICIAI. J ';
_ ford are syphllltlcs. High as It spending, sometime visiting relatives Stokes' mother Mrs. E. C. Parker eign" cars. Such attractions as evening October 30. : and Mrs. J. N. Kelly were Clerk of Circuit '''.ml' \I-I'JL J1

veins. the figure Is about average in Orlando.A Monday.Mrs. Silver Springs Cypress Gardens, The club was 'r -

______ for the nation' convicts. I I large crowd from, this section J. H. Sowell and son, J. T. Marine Studios and others were orated with black appropriately cats and skele-dec FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
attended the funeral Mrs. all doln :
At the same time reports from of LaCrosse were visiting relatives a breaking business tons and Jack-O-Lanterns. '
W R. which was held In Many ;Me w iww
,, Chattahoochee state' hospital Indicate Kersey here Sunday. reporting the best summerIn of the children and I Years Experience Makes Possible for

a drop from 24 to 10 percent the Dyal cemetery Friday missed after Mrs. I. W. Ptnholster and Mrs.T. their history! Many hotels came dressed In the young true people Hallowe'en I EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOl'S SEIWCI
will be
in the decade in. the noon. She greatly W. Markey attended churchat Found the past summer one of the MODERATE: PRICES
past manner
by her friends who loved her best ever as witches.
New River experienced.
'. number of non-criminal patients Sunday.Mr. clowns skeletons etc. Prizes DeWITT C. JONES
I des ny. I and Mrs. Chas Hardy, Jr.. While the lower east coast has I
afflicted with were
_ _ syphilis. Rudolph Chlsm and Albert to the children Starke, Florida
of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Bill been experiencing a building boom wearing the
Kruse Jr.. of Starke were visitingat most original cos
of Gainesville
___ For the first' time In many'' Bryan spent Sunday tumes.
and Mrs. R.
__ the home of Mr.
with Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
_______, years Florida\ will have a state N. Crawford Sunday.Mrs. Winners In the junior !
Sr. group
cabinet of cosmopolitan nativity' Fletcher Butler and family I r BAZAAR PREVIEW from ten years of age down \ '
A : under the Incoming Holland ad: Mrs. A. A. Hazen of Gainesville I little : I
Carolyn !
Jacksonville visitingat
of were was visiting friends and relatives Bradley who was I
ministration."Spessiird .
; the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. dressed as an aunt Jemima, and
here 'PRJJrJIO'
_ Friday. I
Holland. the new chief, afternoon. -- -- Il Gene Ritch who
N Crawford Sunday eI was disguised
Mrs. Mary Green had as her as I:
executive Superintendent\ \ of Plnocchlo. I
guests Sunday her; sister and husband :
t'uolic Instruction Colin English : from Pennsylvania twenty years ;
Mr. and Mrs. Brown from -l 1 Claud Johns; Jr., who was '

_ _. ore native: born Floridians\ the: ngo.TEACHERS'. Lake Wales. dressed as a little colored girl

_ _- new goverrior having been born Mr. and Mrs. Ramond Crewsof I and Lila Rae Caldwell who was

________________, /in 1'olk county and English in PENSIONS Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. prize In the contest for the older Do Your Trading
Le county. incidentally\ the new Sixty-nine retired Florida teach Crews Mr. and a very convincing <
parents Mm. O. witch, won the *
flrsr lady also Is native born ers now receive pensions from the W. Barry, Sunday. children. where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware

oll'lmlngthe banks of the Suwan- state under the 1939 retirementlaw. I : After the contests delicious re.l given away with every $ 10 'In t

nee river as her birthplace. Of these. 14 were grantedthe HAMPTON freshments !or certificates.Are .
consisting of
Secretary of State R, A. Gray, pension because of physical ,., dogs cookies hot Redeemed
l1yU! Ada Nimmo and punch I
the others because they were
l- was born in Georgia but was disability; served to the In Cash If GARAGESTARKE.
brought to this state In his Infancy had taught 33 years and had attained Mr. and Mra. A. P. Stringer of bing contests crowd.the Apple bob You: Choose SMITH'S
65 of age. Fourteen High 'Springs were visiting Mra. fish pond and FLORIDA!
by his parents. Comptroller
_ bingo games were the .
J. M. Lee likewise! U a native applications for pensions Eliza Hall last Saturday.Mr. of the highlights .
UeargJun. having come to Florida which range from $5 to $70 a and Mra. Avery Dennison evening's fun. .i_

in 1991. month--are pending. and Miss Geraldine Hall were Friends of Mrs. H. Dudley will

Payments under the retirement visiting Camp Blanding Monday. ---1' be sorry to learn that she will be
c, Nathan Mayo. commissioner of I confined to LEAMINGTON
system actually started January, Marshall Matchett recently completed her bed for two HOTEL
born In Tennessee
agriculture. was -
1. 1940 although the law was effective and opened his garage on weeks following an operation

_ but came to Florida In July 1. 1939. Restrictedstate Main Street and has several : performed on her leg recently in N. R u'evar' (!
_ early youth. Oldest cabinet officer a' Gainesville E. 1st Street at Biscayne
_ 1 finance haven't permitted local men employed. I hospital.Mrs. 831
: in service he has lived
many full payment ,of the $400.000 Hampton is booming with all I J. w. Wlllard. Waldo Overlooking Bayfront Park and Bi i cayne
_ I years In Marion county.J. which was appropriated by the the others. 'Ve have a new coal Pringle and little niece

;. Tom Watson attorney gen. 1939 legislature for inauguration shut and all the Camp Blandtng- of Auburndale were Mary E., Opposite Union Bus Station

_ r eral-elect, was born in Virginia of the system but a $40.000 fund. ties who can possibly find placesto guests of Mr. and Mrs.week-end
_ 4 and was reared In that section oft along with $25,000 for two years' stay. r'A CrewlI. S. MIAMI FLOR1'4

: the country. He came to Florida administration has been W. A. Saxon returned to his I
______ expense Miss Ruby Lllley of Starke One Block From Shopping District .\ndmu
7 In the middle 1920s.
; 1'i made available. home here after
Monday spendingsome daytime fur coat. particularly was the week-end gUest
C'. J. Edwin Larson new stale Teachers. contributing to the time In a CCC Camp In appealing to college age,, and Mrs.; G. Caldwell and of Mr. : SUMMER UNTIL DECEMBER

treasurer! and not only the young retirement fund from their salaries Oregon and practical for the budget U I The local family RATES llJ1b

'A', _ est man to hold the post for many have paM $34 .OOO Into the I Mr. and Mm. Tommy Forsythwere I I this Hollander-blended muskrat., and library will ha. been reopened Single Room with Bath-$1.50; Double Room ,,11.1I

,; years but also the youngest cabInet state treasury for this purpose visiting Mrs. Jennet Tay the color of baum marten,, Friday afternoon be open every 1I0TE L

member, c a m e to Florida since first of the year. lor Sunday afternoon. I I straight with notched reverg. I 4:.uU- o'clock. from 3=30 Until MIAMI'S MOST POPULAR -.

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they should be required. Civics I The Scene Of Action Shifts As World War II Improvements At evicted except upon leave of the ,; tl

iitfrd High Journal chemistry, and shorthand got a I court. A seller of real or' per- ., ,

few votes. i Enters Its Fifteenth Month Of DurationThe State Farm Described sonal propertywho has received rt1 f': '

-Patsy Roberts. a deposit or instalment, may not \

"""iXFKIOAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1&40NUMUKK: THIRTEEN: Second World War was dozen other continental notions I I Approximately half of $431,500 terminate the contract for non i .

r ..rlll) : I Society Notes only 427 days old as October! and peoples since!! German struckat building Improvements at t h eState payment of any Instalment falling "

s i ended, but it already haa carved Poland on September 1, 1939. Prison Farm near here In due during the period of military r,;.'

(' s JOt.'ltS.\L STAFF I Hastings 'Spuds' I Murial Hall attended the foot- a grisly trail of destruction and A Break For Britain (he last several years has resulted service or 60 days thereafter, Ac,1 S "''

g, Jack Halle ball game In Hastings disaster across Continental I Yet that fresh Axis aggression, from savings In prison operations I dons. to foreclose on mortgages; ;.j i '. \

1'1n'phlef Betty Green Trim TornadoesTo s:i Sadie Prince, Dot and Grace Europe unmatched i n recorded whatever Its ultimate strategic according to L. F. Chapman, executed prior to date of the act 'I Ie

la Editor Opal Peele Tune of 19.0 I I Green spent Sunday in Gainesville history. meaning, has done something elne. I prison superintendent.All may be stayed :X.; .

. 5 Sport Buddy Davis ,. Nation after nation him succumbed It has given Britain footholds at Improvements from construction No provision Is made for insurance +" ,
; '
a' sports Sadie .Prince The B. H. S. Tornadoes motored. I Ruby Silcox was visiting in to force or threats; some ; the back door of the continent to and furnishing of a policies.! "
v Green Gainesville : have lost their national Identity. ( carry the war to her foes. Four
'I pointsreef Grace over to St. Johns County last Sunday I, $13(5.000( general hospital to erection Creditors Are protected, too.
11 Mack Futch Friday night where they were I I Jack Halle spent Friday night' More than one hundred million months ago with British evacuation of storage! wllrt'holllleR-.hllve! i

: i *. Scout Melba Moody guests of the Hastings :"Spuds"In !, in Hastings. i iI dwellers on that continent have of Narvik and Dunkerque been made without legislative ap Where an action must be brought
:' eNS Barnes Collette Green : been brought under the domina- she had been driven completelyfrom within a certain time, the period
Lillian the later's nice, new stadium. I and Betty Jean propriation. .;1
(tub tion of alien masters. Half a the mainland of Europe. of military service In not In- '
Iris Crews While there, the boys engaged Wade were visiting In Lake City Figures compiled) by Superintendent x
plies and ; ,,I million square miles of territoryaie British bombing of Naples In eluded And where some of the r;
Marie D. In the latter'a nice, new stadium. jSunday I Chapman showed that ,
under alien Southern Indicates that It is defendants are not In military
nze flags. Italy ,
Ferrol Jones and when scores were totaled at i I Norman was visiting In WPA assistance! was received In (
Nazi Dream Shattered an offensive, not a defensive role, I service creditors may proceed ,
; Louts Jordan the end of the fourth quarter It I this week-end. construction of the hospital and
e Alice June Yet the essential fact of the which:: Britain will attempt In the against them. I'
Edgar Wilkinson was found that the Spuds had I Harding spent Sun- in erection of a $40.000 building
se A I day In St war at this time la that Britain's East In the past, she has sporadically -
if .| Reporters won, 19 to 0. for white women and a $40.000
Island fortress' remains unconquered -: bombed Northern Italy, GUM BRANCH
i Townsend, Jeanette Parker ( Ed. Note: Excuse us a minute !| Betty Green, reporter. and the bulldog grip of attacking from England and building for negro women. The I Ily bliss Lflta Hamuge M yt
remaining $213.000 in construction -
while we throw out the
society the British Navy remains un- across the Swiss Alps Presumably -
C EditorialEMS reporter and get down to real 8th Grade News broken on all the deep-Hens that the attack on Naples came the superintendent's figures Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Shaw and a '

football business). wash the shores of tragic Europe. from, eastward not westward.Can showed, .was paid by operation I children of the State Farm were !

e | ME Hastings racked up two touch- I We are glad to have all the Nazi-Fascist expectancy of a She Follow Through savings. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs F. .

E: TO downs In the first half of the (I fine new pupils... with us. Their short war la a shattered dream British planes may have hop- .I Chapman listed the following Sapp Sunday '

,pie ilon't often realize It, game, with the aid of several names are: Floyd Green" Mar- after 14 months of conflict, And ped to the target from airplane'I major improvements at the prison. IS. Mrr' Carl Dobbs of Lulu and I

.one's habits can determine penalties, and scored another in I Igaret Whatley, Homer Llmbaugh; while Britain endures, the Axis- carriers In the Mediterranean, or, during the lust several years: Mrs. n, M. McRae and. children of

ller he Is a success or a tallI the final period, on a long pass.B. I'i I Harold Wilma Metzger Bernard Rending; mapped new order in Europe remains from bases on Crete o r other'I General hospital, $120.000; hospital Pino Level were guests; of Mrs k' re

Ttpifss I it's because they are H S threatened only once all Napier was In Lake City also an unrealized dream. Greek Islands. From Crete equipment, $16.000;' white 'V.i', Harnage Saturday after I

Luch of one's dally routine In the entire game, late in the I day Sunday. There is a deadly menace for Naples Is within easy bombing women's building, $10.000; negro noon. ( +
Lyle Anderson
F I third quarter, but a fumble halted Football attended the the Axis in the long war for distance. So also Is the. southern (Iwomtn's: building, $40,000; central Mr. and !Mrs S. L. Towery and ? '
|aa1. proceedings on the 20 yard line. and I Hastings game Starke which the European: stage IN being end of the Rumanian oil field I I heating plant $65.000; dairy I I I daughter; Mary Fae, of Fernan- ;t!

| make you do something Numerous penalties hamperedthe Friday night. reset.' Britain has ctlll to reap Nazi guarded and therefore open building, $18.000; stock lot $8.- ''inn, nttended the" funeral of Mrs. '

Ijt, even being conscious of Tornadoes throughout the !I Lyle Anderson reporter. I II II the full benefit of her sea power, to British attack. That wits a 000; dog yard $3,500; sewerage! W. R Kersey Friday afternoonand

habit can easily beL still to attain the of her risk took In attacking $21,000 underground telephone
Let. A game. They were penalized a I peak Italy i, ; spent Friday night with Mr
if it's !In its early stage total of 165 yards to Hastings' GRAHAM war effort. Greece I'| and, electric wiring, $6,500; triple I I: and Mrs. H. H, Keen and family it'rl

I nut let one continue tolyoull 10. 1 I lly Mrs. L. C. Smith The Turn To Game Only time will tell whether Industrial fence enclosing prison I
saddened Friday
f This section was 'shit
see how hard it ,la Victory slipped from the grasp) Britain can follow through In ,,, buntings, $28,000: guard towers, '
The work of Denmark was outstanding 1 I Mr and Mrs. Johnnie 4 morning by the death of Mrs Yt''y;
Lewis, '
leak. of Imperial Germany In 1914 at force to seize the opportunity )!i$14,000; main gate, $12,000; general '
in the Bradford, line W. She was loved by 'ri ,
Mrs Purvis Lewis and R Kersey
1st think of habits only I son of the Marne. It may have justbeen I There Is no question, however, I kitchen $7,000; storage warehouses ''I
of us while Sapp stood out In the back- Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. I all who knew her, is
of but missed by Nazi Germanyand that the first fruit of Italy's new $4.500. and employe'sresidences ,
i, health appearance thate field. Starke showed plenty of ''Tommie Wasdln of Waldo were Facial Italy at the English thrust Is to open a back door' to $28,000.Draftees Mrs. Agnes Williams of Jacksonville -
|are always pointers fight and played a real ball :visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. 'V. Ella f
you'll be popular game. Dyal Channel in 1940. 'The Axis partners I(I the two most vulnerable points In Misses Hazel and j
whether The set-to much closer than
was Sunday Mae Supp of Starke were guests
I I are urgently reeking means Axis armor--Italian public moraleIand To
Inesome, the score Indicated Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds : Escape of their parents Mr and Mrs.
I to offset In the East the dead I Rumanian oil. For t h n treason j
Ipres, one little thought that und children of Reddlck were J, S Sapp and other relatives'';
lock that confronts them In the the fifteenth month of the I Property JudgmentsMen
IB lot of meaning in It and If Athletic ClubOrganized i visiting Mr. and Mrs E. Strick West. I Iwar could more clearly IndicateIts I over the week-end.

member It, all of Uf! will be land Sunday.Mrs. That has brought little Greece outcome than nil the stunning, drafted, under the Conscription Those attending the funeral of

better off--"A" habit can Margie Jones and family Into 1'1'1'1of\ a fate similar to I(events of the 14 months that pre Law who own mortgaged Mrs. W, R. Kersey Friday after-

[ or break you. I and Miss Elsie Reynolds l of that suffered by upward of a ,ceded It.Lacoochee, property or have bought things on noon were: Mr and Mrs. J S
-Jack Halle The Bradford Athletic Club was Tampa are visiting friends and the Instalment plan will not lose Sapp, Mr. and Mrs T. N. Norman t
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organized by a large group of relatives here for a few days. their! property or have Judgments; and son, Gerald, J. A Harn 4i

Iin' Around girls of B. H $ The followingofficers Rev L. G. Hemingway of 'Fright' Long Used Mrs. William were Sapp visiting n n d Mr family and slapped against them while they I age, Mr and Mrs. 11. H. Keen 41

I were elected: Starke filled his In l1ovt'rnmentIIl'rvlce. Mr and Mrs ){
regular appoint. As Weapon In War over the week-end. Fred returned are ; and son, Harley,
Ml another bright Monday President-Juanita. Kalch ment at the Baptist Church Sun- A little-discussed section of the Vanlce Keene and son, Vanlce, !
to his home, but Hrence
|ing Is here and ho hum! Oh, Vlce-Pres.-Elsle Belle Geiger day morning and evening. new law incorporates\ the provisions Jr., and Minxes LelllHarnage,
In the
Fright present European Is staying for a longer visit
us, but you all know how Secl'etary-Margle MathewsTreasurerJacquline I Mr and Mrs. Davies and grand; of the Soldiers and Sailors Margaret and Marie Sapp. a
conflict, as) excited by propaganda ,
| back at the Andrews daughter of Many of tin- folks from Vanderbilt Relief Act of 1918. Under A ,
it is to I Betsy, Lawtey were by the use of flamethrowng Civil Mr and Mrs. 1', D. Reddish
grind! after a delightful Reporter-Opal Peele visiting Mrs. L. C. Smith and '! devices, by the shriek of dive attended the Hallowe'enCarnival thin law no default Judgment may and children of Hellbronn were hi t
The of the club Is to at Starke lust Thurs-
.end. purpose I family Sunday. bombers and other Instruments be entered against and defendant guests of Mr. and Mrs.\ J. S, Sapp
t; now to let you know some stand behind and support girl's:, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Blrt and day night, unless t the plaintiff submits an Affidavit -
designed to shatter the morale of Sunday.
r observations we made In,, sports. We Intend to make money : daughter, Keith, and Mr. and Ovid Manning of Jacksonville that the defendant Is) not
the Is about as old as warfare B. Thursday .
enemy Mrs F Sapp spent ,
rambles about B. H. S. Seemsthe by various means. This money Mrs. Eddie< Johns of Gainesville spent the week-end here with his in military service It he Is In

| knit tin' craze has hit B will be used for the good of our I attended church services here the National'Itself, says a bulletin from parents, Mr. and. Mrs J. H, Man- military service, the court may with Mrs. J, C. Sapp at 17( "
Geographic Society
Sampson City
In a big way. Did you organization.With I Sunday.Mr. appoint an attorney for him, or, I
When Julius landed ning.Marie
Caesar his
the help of this club behind and Edward of Mr and Mrs H. H. Keene and
|ee to many knitting needles and Mrs. Ancil Normanand Harry If he cannot put up n proper de-
forces In England, 54 n. C., he
1? Of course the championr us, the team hopes to have children of Hellbronn Springs; Brooker spent the weekend here fence because of his absence, the Mr and Mrs!' Vanica Keene and

[ about the place is none practices In the afternoon Insteadof were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. of found the Britons In a war paint with their grandparents!, Mr. end''| action may be stayed A default (I.on.' Vanlce, Jr., spent the day
dark blue which them .
1 than Miss Fernandez, who our twenty-five minutes at M Johnson Thursday gave Mrs F. M.. Norman. i Judgment may be reopened! by the Tuesday with Mr and Mrs') Curl ;

i Mrs. Zelda Rivers, Mrs. awesome appearance, says the I defendant his return. Htllard at Woodlawn. ,
Ily carries on a conversation noon.We Mary bulletin. Even Caesar said. the I on
knits at the same time. have drawn up a constitu- Wlllard, and Waldo Pringle of effect This Engraved sympathy rknoul- Where rent does not exceed Mr and Mrs J. S Sapp spent ,

J-ar Merle Packham and Jene tion or rules, which the club Auburndale were guests of Mr. of was terrifying.the face and practice 1't11C"nlfmt| i Inexpesslee-Brad- $50 a month, the family or dependent the day Monday with Mr and! '
painting bodyIn
Jon ewe do have 'a bfg time members will follow In a cooper- and Mrs George Rivers Sunday ghastly colors whs common to, ford! County Tt'IfoJrltllh.| I I of a draftee may not be 1Mrs.. P. n. Reddish at Hellbronn.

g; each other In English IV. I 1 ative manner. Mr. and Mrs. George Conwayand many warlike tribes, Including __n______ -- -------
With the our club earns, fit "
which reminds me that I money little daughter Millie Ann American Indians.
Seniors are lapping more we will get sweaters with a large' of Palatku visited Mrs. C. Fogg
the front.J; (rliiiiiclng Warrior'
I* this and digesting red and black "B" on Sunday.
frell part of It anyway) than The decision was made for the Jewell Fogg of the Universityof Attempts to frighten the enemy '
to be white. l J I were often designed also to vanquish -
[have in many a moon. sweaters Florida spent the weeken.1with
Martha Metculf our coach a warrior's own fear. The ujj \
r nomination for the best i roof I I relatives hel'e.Mr
the club. war whoop of (the Indian was
the Idea .
7 the "Laughing Boy gave us I and Mrs. L. R. Wasdln and
', her directing us, and the probably thus dual In Its effect
goes to Ruth Simpson. With I children were guests of Mr. and

| you ever heard Ruth laugh ? members' fullest cooperation, we Mrs. II D. Wasdln Sunday. supplementing the war dance JJAIta U

I if you haven't you've prob- feel sure the club will be a success. I which was definitely to arouse A'Yi
emotions of the Indian abandon
I never been within ten miles PINE LEVEL *A x
in battle.
Urke, I IIe Ily Mrs II. M. McRae
1 you noticed how :Martha Thoughts On PeaceBy When the Irish of the 16th cen- 4

W! jumps every time she : Eld. W. 10. Hall filled his reg- tury attacked Invading English

a tin can on wheels coming ular appointment at Pine Level forces, the wood would ring with

lie( street, Well we haveBoil Marjorie ThompsonPeace of the greatest, I last week-end und spent Saturday their frightful war cry, describedas
one '
can watch her next time I on earth at the I and Sunday night with Mr. and "Oobooboo. This cry waR later .
best loved things
translated Into no worse a word
f'esmf'.y Mrs. R. R. Crosby
well as In the past.
as '
Green certainly has been One of the chief reasons for Its I Robert Starling and family of than "hubbub.

t t-nlmled for the last two now Is that one wants Monlac, Ga., were visiting Mr. llelmrtn to 'rlgTitrn meaty

>>, Every time you speak to prominence than anything else the very |, and Mrs. H. J. Starling Tuesday" Early helmets in the form of

she answers you "Tennes- 1 more he cannot have. It seems I The birthday party given at the animal heads, such as lion's head

well Betty we certainly thing world is home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Star- with the teeth grinning; at the S'h.
that for the ?
blame you; he is a hand- |today, far peace as the moon. Hope t ling In honor of their daughter enemy from the forehead of a CD

boy I as In prevalent away In our hearts, how- I Miss Letha Mae Starling:, Wed- warrior, were doubtless worn to rIIv I

you hear about Ralph Net- and adjustabllity is there i neiday night was well attended unnerve the enemy; they were

Buying' knittln' needles for hisI ever, If cannot get what he and enjoyed by all present followed by helmets with hornsof _.
I hear she attends. U-Co-HI wants, one has to make the best ] Mr!'. Alice Oliver returned goats and other animals, later s _, I

m, Lake Butler. Well Ralph of what he has. home Saturday after spending a replaced by brass horns. s'w .

should! be a good way of On November 11 we In America few days in Jacksonville with rel- ome wellp"nslse<.l by savages .

? a knitted sweater. i i shall celebrate Armistice Day, atives. are thought to have been designedas 1& "S 4f I

B'1' mean our new Senior which marks the end of the World I Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman much to strike horror In the r c' f I

Roben. Ashley, surely does War No.1. It has been twoyears I and little son Grandon, of Gum enemy, and to give Increased confidence I I r s

i mnlocllous horn on his car and, two decades since the Branch were visiting Mr. and to the wielder, as for utilitarian -

Crosby: learned to blow It was Mrs. H M, McRae Sunday afternoon purposes. ciW 'I
end of that war when pence j
on the other day I I declared all the world. Yet The Mantis. of New Zealand, e 'y ,: i
IF friend, Mary Townsend cer- look on the world around !, Kid. and Mrs. J. R. Rauersonand among the most' warlike of 1111"1 r :3 '.

K is looking forward to a big as we that that treaty was Mrs. F. L. Connors of Jacksonville age tribes, added to their grue-
us, we see I and Mrs W. W Wood of faces at the'
f Mary, could It be Jack to a more terror- pomeness by making '
the prelude
Georgia, ,'Just and destructive war to come St Augustine were visiting Mr. enemy In battle Grimacing win yrd

dish IV class seems to putr1' izing future when Hitler and MI'!!. H.f\ McRae Friday. a military art studied by the

in Stanley-sleeping I I In the the near word. Because we In I They also attended the funeral of young warriors Their war canoe. ,

)I' gave some rem- Mrs W R. Kersey Friday afternoon some carrying 100 warriors, had i
still enjoy
If" guess we'd better sign nacts of what was to be a World I at Dyal cemetery. on the prow carved human h..adllli

B-T"' next week when we'll) Armistice Day this year Mrs. Mattie Hutcheson was with hideous faces.VANDERUILT.

f'k with more Senior gossip. peace. deeper feeling visiting her son-in-law and daughter -
bring a
I -The Ramblers should Mr and Mrs. Ralford AlI '
from the hearts of the American
than the exultation of varez I Sunday. ISy11..... Velma Norman *
ior I people j Herbert Alvarez has returned y
| Class News I It shooting fireworks. '
I f home after spending" several I II II Mr.\ and Mrs. A A, Edwards ,

Br'' too I months in a CCC Camp at Frog and children of Brooker were I
bad Edwina wasn'tM "
the carnival last ,Thurs- What The Juniors Island N. C. I visiting Mr. and Mri. F. }[. Nor- 45
Ir-Khi I ,Kid. W. E. Hall was the dint man Sunday. ,
: Anyway, Are DoingI (
I'''arolyn I ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. George : Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas

Bsmre' Edwina and congratula-I;) took for my question to ask I I Cone Sunday. | and Mrs. Harry Edwards, all of .4t

r.* Thursday. was Leaton's students "What courses do you I Mr and! Mr, Eldon Supp and' Gainesville, were visiting Mr. and

:aYeR on Hallowe'en and think should be required to take }I little! son, Rudolph, of Gum I Mrs William Sapp and' family \0.

", ',7 students agreed" I Branch were visiting their grand-< Sunday.
I Most
years old. In school ? I There is
I 11. carnival the other night that English was very Important, parents, Mr. and Mrs H. 1[, Mc- Miss Margie Reddish spent the something delightfulabout

|Green and social studies Rae, Wednesday evening | week-end with Miss Margaret
Rat down think history
to play I the clean ofI'
II next to English I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dobbs of 8rrl'gfellow\ of the State Farm. exhilarating taste
P won a table lamp the would come
first game. What luck! Science also got many votes. For I Lake City were visiting Mr. and, Mr. and 'ofrs. Levy Norman and / :e ; ice-cold Coca-Cola. The minute it

fa'ulatlons' Dot. my list of opinions I find that Mr.. B. M. McRae Saturday. ,f family were shopping In Jackson

f* to( get off Thursday night students would take these sub j vile Saturday. know it for what t
he :arnivat. It was Velma's jects even if they were not re- F. F.. C. WRECK KILL TUO I Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Manningwere passes your lips you
1 New Smyrna Beach, Two Mr. and Mrs. Allen
to visiting '
fy Saturday. She was 15. quired. It Is very surprising it is-pure wholesome delicious.
j jf' i she went to Jackson- know that a majority added subjects -i deaths were caused Friday of last Howard of Fairbanks Sunday. r ,
sub week when a Florida East Coast! Mr and Mrs Eugene Ellis and
of required
day and had a very to the list And welcome the refreshed feeling -
I:18': jects. Sadie Prince and Odell!!' locomotive attached to the pop little son, Marlon of WorthIngton you

P '">'' It too bad we lost Jones think manual training for ular northbound thru train. Tamlamlan. Springs' were the dinner guests of )1b that follows. !

i,f' ball game last Friday the boys would be nice. Many exploded four miles south Mr. and Mrs F. M. Norman ,), '

vv'hat' with thought that Home Economics of here. The engineer. Robert I.I, Sunday. a ,
i wrong you
lar.Yway? Have you Just should be required. Although It Montaigne,, died InsUotly and 1: Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman PAUSE THAT REFRESHES

f d; Ting to win? Now come Is generally thought; that a t u |I Luke oh niton. SO colored, passed I were visiting Mrs. Agnes Knowle

P1 >nar( out of It! We're exP dents dodge algebra and a foreign ( away several hours later after ', of Green Cove Springs over the BOTTUD UNDFR AUTHORITY OI TUB COdCOtA CO. BY ,

a victory tonight language about one third of i being rushed to the F. E. C. Horn- week-end. I STAKKE COCA-COLA OOTTUM COMPANY '

E -Velma Norman. the students asked thought that pita I at St. Augustine. I Fred and Brence Roberta of .

fw j '

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; BAADI"OIItD ,COUNTY T1. uoMrll.; STARKE, FLoRtPA : 'IrRID.1Y; ixofR.bp L I
rear! FOUR -- _:
-" > that the tub! win
:! Reports Avenue ( -
U.: D.. C. Entertained an' Edna Hart'horseback car 'trof:1 1.n.y:; be t lqd.\ :;into A .jftebatlnf{{society comparative Gasoline Alley) 'to
rldtn' peace

IIl'ltl i 1: 1 SOCIETra.tldCLUBs: ; .. At L. A. JOavlg? Dome, Lllley cowboy fddle'for'hlf fashion too gal, .'No, sf- v and bridge"soap tables'boxes arc"' substituted beireved'to'be. for. .Church traffic St.tramp Seems alld'tile Mlm"110!

I Ju'ro. 18-. ''E. f Browuleev; 'Mri J.,: -* Adklns. allows that he unfounded\ 3's ,' Vft"1 fumes got too a I >!

UeminjrwayAlexander Three Hostesses Baptist ,W.)\f.. U., Circled; M. Brownlee, and .Mrs. L. A. and Judge Mrs.(: A. look their trip to Hear! Myra': Peek' will 'leave her they left thei,mUch for, 'en!

k Entertain W. S. C. S. Hold Meetings MondayCircle Davis'*ere Joint' hostesses at the Noo Yawk, Jos' at the right time: job In .Gpvilla'' and join ''the staff. home and are I"f'nlln''perfeetJy f
n Mr. and :Mrs Frank G Hemingway .... home of the f latter Wednesday The terrific traffic there gave of our over-rushed pv o. Brownlee Another "n
-w y'' 1 announce the engagement Mrs. L. A. Davis" ;? M.... L. ..P.i No.. 1 of the Baptist afternoon when they entertained\ 'em good .tralnln' for Starke's Florled Kllllngsworth Is landingat the Blanding boom qUirk

:and approaching marriage of i Vining. and Mrs. Titus Olson Woman's Missionary Society, met the W. T. Weeks Chapter; .United busy streets now Blanding. bright an' early An' don't, frKe, ,
I { P theIr daughter. Martlle. to Hal :were joint hostesses at the home at the home of Mrs. J. M. Brown- Daughters of the Confederacy at noticed: Mlna Grady's these mornings ., Traffic Is so game tonight fok, he foot

t Edward Alexander of Gainesville of the former Monday afternoonat lee Monday afternoon,, with.! I x the regular monthly meeting. back Have again you (sumpln mu .' be turrlble on Road 48 in the early what I hear ;,bo\f\, r''

son of Mrs. ''A, A Hazen also, of 3:00: o'clock when they entertained members present Yellow chrysanthemums, artis- in the theatre line) hours. It took Gerald Middleton boys are gonna need Ja8per,

t t ?t Gainesville and the late Mr. .E. members of the Women's Mrs. L. O. Powell leader, .conducted ,- tically arranged, were placed to brewiiv'LaMlra t'Gill here las' week-end- an hour and twenty minutes to support you can .give: all'tile*\"
N Alexander'The marriage cere- Society of Christian Service and the devotional r ,fl4Jpl advantage throughout the lower no doubt if Starke go the eight miles ,from houseto Let's turn out and uh'm
( 4H$ mony will be performed Monday other women affiliated with the from the 91st Psalm $Sf 8 i ft. floor of the home. Just to see with Atlanta yet work the other ayem for' the Tornadoes Whoop "
has caught up
; ,,f, November II, at eight o'clock In Methodist Church. A. Thomas led In praye..j Mrs. Davis, out-going president,. Maude Crews' houses'have .Rawaon and Lucille Davis have So long See
,the evening In the Baptist church The spacious colonial home was Mrs. Thomas chairman'of ml- called the meeting to order and new occupants How attractivethe fled from their home on Temple You there
_ { with the Rev. A E. Llghtfoot, artistically decorated with 1 arrangements ion study announced that on No- the secretary.! Miss Madge Mld i "barn" apartment Is The -Carol
officiating dleton read the: minutes! of the I ,
of yellow chrysanthemums vember 18 an all day mission i White Dot new eatln' place
i r hY 1 I and dainty purple daisies. study class will be held to study previous meeting. ,Mrs, .E.. K. I Bess Burn" scoot red Jacket I Buy Them Now '

Yates-KJbler Marriage Mrs. A. Wood vice presidentof the Year Book and on November Perryman treasurer. gave the LU Nasworthv's. absence from the "

Is AnnouncedAlbert the organization who had ; 26th the book "Publish Glad Tidings -. financial report.' store lately ((111 from the rush 'n' I 'ALEXANDER'S

charge of the program for the ," will be studied.. nual'report& were; given by everything) Mrs. L. A. Davis' At
Freeman Yates, an em afternoon reminded her listenersof All regular' business was transacted Miss Olive Ray.,. registrar. ; Mrs. striking likeness In last Sunday'sT. \ i
ploye of the State Marketing the significance of this week. after which the hostess Davis president; Mr ., ferryman, U. (aren't we,honored to have where you
Board and MiM: Virginia Kibler the Week of Prayer. For the served tempting refreshments. treasurer; Mrs..: J. M. Brownlee th State U. D. C. President In ,
,vs :of Lakeland were united In marriage chairman of work ?Mrs. shop
t' t devotional lesson the leader read Circle No. 2, with "MM. H.: L. cemetery! our midat7)) '. '. ,
r t. a t St. Mark Episcopal! part of the ninth chapter of Mat. Brownlee'' presiding met, Monday A. Z. Adktna.:,cha.lrman,! of music; And it hasn't.rained yet! and
Church here Friday'afternoon, and Miss Amelia Ray. historian. rites
fr.k'I few savage
Think I'll try a
? afternoon at the home of Mrs.P. ..
( ;t October 25. at & o'clock. The Rev. thew.Miss Olive Ray gave the meditation H. Cox at the State Farm. Mr*.'' Perryman.: official delegate -dance In my'' bare feet tons '. save
( a ,Fred Yerkes performed the carey to the state convention held ashes,In hair or sumpln and 1"'ii
which w a I baaed on my
Mrs. W. Alexander led the
y. 1 jnony. "Challenge." Concluding the program Iin I Pensacola recently, gave an Interesting Bee,If I can't bring forth a little
The bride la the daughter of was "The present needs of devotional, which was concludedwith report. of the meeting.In precipitation Maybe Roosevelt i !
J' rl Mrs. A. B. Kibler and the late World." given by a beautiful prayer by Mrs clever: and humorous man can do sumpln' about It now

Mr.' Kibler of Lakeland and Is the Mrs. Warring.E. L. Matthews..Short I A. M. Darby. ner, M.... Perryman gave a (brief the election's over An' 4yrJ
descended from leading pioneer During the business meeting resume ,of the entire time spent speakln' of the big event dldja / )ta
attended business sessions or: tne Mis. Darby gave an Interesting the convention. She also told ,
\Ipd { families of Florida. She at I notice how quiet things were
Brenau College I In Gainesville. circles were held I immediately i article, "A Good Soldier" taken of the honor the chapter felt In compared to the primary I
following the program. .from the "Baptist Witnestt.V! the. slate president,'
Ga : having new:: A few newcomers from up the
,; Mr. Yates l Is the son of Mr. During the social hour the Mrs. Brownlee appointed the Mrs. Davis country rootin' for Wlllkle an' ;
t and Mrs L. A. Yates of Tallahassee guests were invited Into the dining !following committee chairmen: Following this I report Mrs. that was all the excitement J2

and the grandson of Dr.. room for tea. The dining Mrs. C. J. Powell co-leader; Mrs., Davis gave some Interesting high- The Co-Ed election day booth
and Mrs. A. H. Freeman former table laid with an exquisite hand W. B. Alexander mission study; I lights ,of the'convention and i did Its bit to teed, the hungry

1 resident of Starke. He attended made lace, cloth was centered Mrs. W, J. Epperson, personal: i thanked the chapter members for, and' finance Its recreation pro I 111 &
? Marlon Institute at Mar. With\ a, low arrangement of yellow service! Mrs. J. H. Lord secretary their congratulations upon her be-' ject Pretty gals attractln' ,

(lon, Ala., and the University of chrysanthemums and maidenhair' and treasurer; Mrs. Rachel ing chosen/ stale( president. She I attention of Camp Blandingitea:
f Louisiana at Baton Rouge for one fern. Tall burning candles In Geiger assistant 'secretary; Mrs, t then Introduced Mrs GeorgeRoberts I Lucy Kennedy Madge Whlgham,

'k year each and la a member of silver holders balanced the floral ,A. J, Thomas, orphanage; Mrs. of Lawtey the incoming I I Evelyn Stump. Abble' Harley
the Sigma Alpha Epsilon frater piece. Completing the table arrangements Q. B. Flynn flower; Mrs. A. O. president. othe local chapter.: Mildred i l Hollingsworth (Mrs.
were the silver ser Andreu enlistment; Mrs. R. H. On taking the chair Mra .Roberts -' James), Martha Smith Dorothy

nity.At the present time Mr. and vice placed at one end of the Cox: stewardship; Mrs. L. IT. gave an inspiring talk and Swanbom Dot White, -all

tin. Yates are making their table ,balanced by a large tray Morgan, white cross; Mrs. H. L. told of the work she wished to I their. best .. '. Smllln'\ /'T 1z e
'borne In Starke where Mr. Yates Individual. cakes, silver compotes Brownlee 100,000 dollar chair accomplish, within the new year. Wonderln' what do \ '' '

has been stationed at the State holding salted nuts and man; Mrs. Ben Hall and Mrs. W, She then presided over a short your old fur coat? Take," t; FamousGOTHAM
Farmers' Market.Woman's mints and trays of assorted sandwiches B. 'Alexander, trans portatlon; business meeting. at which time tip from Mrs. Leo Solar (staysat -

.- Mrs. E. K. Perryman Mrs. A.; M. Rlcharde work bas- she appointed various committees.Mrs. Mrs F. H. Longs| ) Cut ,
president of the society .pouredtea. ket. J. M. Brownlee, vice president l. the back out and use It for a f
Club MeetingThe
., : During' the social, hour which\{ of'District, Two and thlLnke'dthe chairman bed room rug :'"*.''Can you Imagine Gold-Stripe
regular meeting of the followed the' business session 'of scholarship fund anything store. luxurious 'f,.
chapter' tor' the donation to
League Party
Starke Woman's Club will be held Enjoys I Mrs. Cox served the' ten members feelin' than fur between your toes

Wednesday'' afternoon at 3:30: o' and, two visitors delicious the fund. on these cool fall mornings ....1 I

clock In the club building with very", The enjoyable Epworth Hallowe'en League had party a I refreshments of sandwiches. .and meeting Arter'tbe the'uests'' adjournment were of Invited the Personal. nomination for most t tdlllzlln' HOSE :' '79c and $1.00

the president Mrs. K. G. Duncan, hot coffee : : teeth among the ,
Wednesday night October 30 at Into the dining'room for tea. The
in the chair. the home of Mrs. L. F. Smith. I Circle No. 3. Mrs. H. A. Lawson tea' table: covered with a handsome comers:: Those of Lib I new-I "Make Your L.egs'.1. ettll As A'' PicturCBUY
chairman with Mrs. S. E. (looms with Flynns) I
Mrs. D. E. Knight, Everyone came in costume and leader, met lace cloth, was centered ,
of will be In charge Sparks.
program games' pertaining to the Hal- with an'artfstlc' floral piece of I
How home-town
An informal talk on home and lowe'en season were played. Following the devotional period yellow chrysanthemums, and fern, now our matter Coco Bamboo Cinnabar ,- Ore j.tone'
do make
,e 'garden will be given, and, bulbs The guests"'especially enjoyed and the business session the Tall ,yellow candles in silver I where boys they .good. Congratulations no -I
to and plants will be exchanged. bobbing for apples and late in I hostess served her guests. tempt holders balanced the central em fellow!go
Hostesses for the afternoon are: the evening refreshments were ing refreshments bellishment. The silver "service, I
''t { Mrs, N. D. Wainwright S...? Mrs. set'ved, !'I The Young Matron's Circle met placed 'at one rend of the table much Sudden energy thought as Gertrude: Wish I Beasley had as' Interwoven, :Socks
Invited guests were the Senior at 7:30 o'clock at wan balanced by a large tray of '
O L. Haynes' Mrs L. A. Canova Monday night : I Bet I could fill three columns I
League and those present were the home of Mrs. J. C. Garner Individual cake:' ,lcei| In white
iP Mrs. W, L. Wall, Mrs T. K. Mc- I every week She never seemsto
Virginia Anderson Ida Lulu with Mrs/. R. G Kldd as cohodtesa. I and topped wfm a red cherry, I
Clane Jr., Mm. E M Davit, ;and Davis I Freddie Wimberly, and( (I Trays of daintyyVipen-faced sandwiches things slow accomplished.down, and DOES, she .get I'I'I I: ..fto .

Mrs, R. C. Buford. Leonard Smith.Green's I The devotional wan led by 'nd'' I1l1v r compotes; holding 1 I Well Ive heard 'of ''lots'1 of I, _

Mrs V. H. Garden and was baaed salted nuts ;and mints com whirlwind romances; but the one 35c
'on the fourth chapter of St. Luke. pleted the table arrangements I of Albert Yates (State Farmel'sMal'ket.
Mis S El. I
Bl'ownlee"p..efl.le'l' at
Mrs. H. L. Hough leader con grandson of Dr. A. II.
Store SUGAR's ducted the business meeting followed the tea table. ', I Freeman) beats 'em all He'd 3 for $1.00
( by a delightful social period -
i been here about a week when he
at which time the two host Auxiliary' Program met a sweet thing who
a 4 WIIOIXSALK Si RETAIL !STANDARD No. Z Can; leases I served refi'eshments. Will Feature China came up from Lakeland to visit "S No need for us to tell

I, J Jimmy Hollingxworth's new bride about these nation
Starke, Florida TOMATOES Vfa Boy Scout Party I The Ladles' Auxiliary of the Nine days later they were you .advertised best sel-
First Presbyterian Church will I mnn and Mrs. When she first
; Boy Scout Troop 70 held Us have an all-day meeting next got the news Albert's mother I lers. Their i quality
; annual Hallowe'en party Tuesday Tuesday November 12, at. the (Mrs. Steve Yates of Tallahassee,j I and .looks speak for

I COOKINC OIL l GALLON' 62c I night, October. 29. At 7 o'clock. Manse. The meeting will start remembered here as Lucile Free themselves. Buy your

} I the couples began assembling In' at 10 o'clock At.M., !,nd a covered, man) thought he was kiddin' ,I winter supply now. '
hrh t I the American Legion: hall ,'ready, dish luncheon will be served at When finally convinced she
to participate In one of the highlights 12 o'clock Mis 'Charles Turney ,wired "You'ie Insane but family
; .Kitchen Matches Mixed Vegetables of the scouting social calendar Mrs K. O. Duncan and Mrs Wil sends Its blessings" I

i 1 Staley Starch For Corn No. 2 Cans year, under the sponsorship fred Grono will review the Mission Hear the Monday night bridge Alexander & Co.
I of the Rev. Chas., Allen scout book "Stand By for China." club ate oyster stew with the
a" ; Potted Meat 1 fP| String Beans 71 P I master. At 3:30: members of the Young: Edward Burns' thin week and

1 UU Mr. Allen wall assisted by Mrs. People's Sigma Chi will present then continued to stew all even In' Starke Florida
P & G Lima Beans "
I r Soap Allen and by Scoutmaster Metz- a Chinese piny "The Tale of the ,over the Roosevelt-tVillkie l issue,, ,

At t ger of Tampa who has been, Dragon." t: .
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Miss Lucille Mitchell will have -
helping with the troop for some
""s" charge of the Devotional exercises)
Potatoes 10 lbs. 14c time.A puppet show was presented and the president. Mrs.! E. M, : I

by Stephen St. John John Anderson Davis, will preside. over a short

,, George Powell and Ernest business meeting. Sinclair Invites You To Your Nearest Dealer
HULK round S founds Noegel. Then under the bewitching Chinese curios and costumeswill i I
light of a "gooiioo"/ be exhibited after the play i

Coffee, Lb. lOc Onions ,. lOc lamp the scouts and their dates For
bobbed for apples. The party All legal blanks promissory Prompt Courteous Service And Quality

COOKING S Lbn. .HUSKY: Pkg. culminated around a big bonfire notes, retain title note, rarrlrolhi ,

Cooking Apples lOc Corn Flakes 6c where marshmallows were stock by the Bradford County

? toasted eirgraph. Products. Let ls.! Explain The,:- Merits Of

.Smoked Bacon14c I I Carolyn Callstreet Our Online & PennsylvaniaOils..

S Tall ('aNI Relish I I .-
Well folks all my life I've already cotched by one of our
Mackerel 2Sc 'to local glamour girls Boy Scout I i FOR
S. Dressing Chester McKinney
proud as ai!
l"arl and now It looks as If Coney iscomin'
2 Oc to All need'I, peacock over the hootta' gallery I i SERVICE 15S
4 Salmon l21! Peanut Butter me we that he made almost single- TELEPHONE

Is .a boardwalk ,a n d a roller' handed for the Rotary Club j
nULK 1' I coaster We've got shootln Gas man Charlie Chapman gass:n'
Apple Jelly
e9c about from his,
Lard gas attractive
galleries-;-two (side. by side-
booth '
Attention' beln' calledto <<
competition mus" be terrific) .
dt I'ouodtAXWJoLL: : HOUSE I.b. special\ events by rlngin' an
A 3-for-10 photography standA

Oleo lOc Coffee 23c palmist And a skat In' old Ethel slave Sewell bellheirloom' .. "Just belongln'to Marrled" -' ,
r rink''' <( 2 I'klt'' Great Northern or Pound happy) A fly-for-BOc plane elaborately soaped on Dink I ,

'5 Salt Sc Baby Lima Beans SC buzzes over town day an' night . I .'
? If others come that I've I
heard about we'll have more attractions RUMIfORDRIODLESWhy ; 1 I. .

than Barnum v ,
RICE Blue Rose 16c Everybody seemed to be havirT does Laura linton

!! 5 Pounds a good time when 'I looked In at look /like a 'larks ,
trl the P.-T. A.'a Hallowe'en Car-
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nival last week Col. and

RKEAKF.tHT' Lb. ROUND Lb Mrs. Kelly (commander of Camp i iD. ..w....+r+.adrr.wn.a
.) enjoyln the baked bean 5
Bacon, Fancy 20c Meat lSc The Col., said Army beans' ,

\ were never like that They .
Pound : Pound
CHUCK were so good. In .fact, they even rt

Steak I5c Pork Chops I5cLldTCl drew a compliment from a guy I 1
t from Boston Eva Anderson e e o : ,
i t cook In' hamburgers so xpeitlyhe r
.v i f'L' ftr might have passed for Mrs. Agent Sinclair Refining Company ( nc.J) <

Wimpy. Pretty Queen Carolyn ; ,'
$3.05 sec.Ust O.'. s..., bhs w 'bl.. a.. i
) Keen beln' crowned b w
45 Lan y Mayor I t ........Yo......o...... ........./Us.O4 D kite.e. < <
;Noon: Ida Lee Cone wlnnin'enough .. H.
_.... sJar; ( ;3."u.t... ....wIw.a. E. TUCKER
kitchen utensils at the 1 .jJ'.r........ t..d.low un0" ............
I bingo booth to start up housekeeping / N._. r ....e' ..".. ..__. f.. .. .._.
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r- :BITS 'of LOCAL; NEWS' :. Miss Carol'ynljKeene Floricij and, Willa 'Vldn K'uitngi'** Hemmingway, and Mrs. T; K. ;, '; ;

:, ". >I tr Is Crowned QueenOf : Recipes worth Misses{ Fannie and Ruby' UcC1aJle Sr., teacher ,; '

.. Stlcox. Miss Margaret: Lennon, -
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-. I P.-T''A.' ..Carnival Miss: ) ribbons. .a14k4M1a : II:
Dorothy AlvareiIIMgarfmmaline. Typewrites; 'oi
I .
J Friends of
; ..'lIS a businessV Interested to R.learn J. Davis will be Friends of Mr1; and Mrs. R. J. b'ti Halloween' Peanut nutter'Icrtowx Cooklra' Morgan, M | s s,.. Martha i for ...Iet the Telegraph .fftoe.
t annual
Jacksonville Tuesday. that he has Davis and family will" "be Inter : Mrs., R.L'Wimafnfl contributed f t tI
been :carnhat'"JJPOnsor
from St d. by
Augustine ested to learn that they' have a recipe for cookies this week !
was i a' business to Barlow. moved into Dr. J. W. the Parent-Teacher Association '
Mundy Brownlee'shouse that we'are sure will be a favorite II
1 GalnesvUle Wednesday. on Church Street. Thursday afternoon and night on with the.grown-ups as well as .. .
m Mrs. K. Q. Duncan and daughter the school grounds Mills Carolyn I (
with the kiddles. And the nice
1 Mr*. H. C Rltch spent Margaret Rose spent Wednen- I Mr. and Mrs. E. J< Dowling Keene.: attractive daughter of j'i part' about It' "is that you can TFu! :

|and In Gainesville/ visiting rend day In Gainesville with Mr and and son Billy Dowling spent Mr. and Mrs. N. J, Keene and a'make them one- day and bake (i F R E :

y Mrs. T. E. Duncan. Sunday afternoon In Jacksonvillewith member of the senior class at B. them the'n(>Xt. thereby making I :
H. S., was ,crowned and '
Miss ,
Marlon Dowling- a student ytur 'work twice as easy ,
Mrs, j M. Brownlee Ted Stilley of Jacksonville is nurse at Riverside Hospital. Jack Halle kina/,;In an impressive 12 "i.'a cups sifted flour I' "

business visitors In Albany. the guest this week of his ceremony by Mayor' N. D. Wainwright 3-' teaspoon baking sodas. 6 WATER GLASSES i; ,

Friday. brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Miss Jean Davis and Miss Mar Jr. J 1.4 teaspoon salt
I I Mrs. R. C. Buford. Miss Keene. _a petite brunette.I I' I
garet freshmen at the 3-4 cup butte other shorten
wes white TO THE
becomingly gowned In /
J. C Gamer Mrs. Guy Florida State College for Womenat ing. ,/j
Jack O'Leary Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoeof Tallahassee organdie featuring a tight bodice
Mrs. will spend the 1 granulated '
cup sugar
Hod Tuesday In Jacksonville.! Palatka were guests Sunday week-end here with their res- and long full aki t. During the 1-4 cup sifted brown sugar, FIRST 100 CUSTOMERS ;:<::

of Mrs. Vamedoe's parents, Mi. pective parents. ceremony Mayor; Wainwright firmly packed. .
o fmery. and Mrs. P. Smith. presented the queen with a ii-J
Corpening -
Huldah 1 butter:
bouquet of pink and'whlte chrysanthemums cup peanut BUYING.5GAI.. OR MORE ': '
:. Ala? i Is spending Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hoffman 2 eggs, well braten. '

tIlDe here, with relatives. : Leslie Biggs a student at the of Pine Castle and',Mr and Mrs and Miss Patsy Roberts Sift flour once, measure', add '" .. ..
.. i University of Georgia at H. C. Wall of St. of Lawtey, last year's queen| : '.
Athens "
Augustine spent baking ands and salt and aift ,
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.1\d Mrs. T J': Griffin arrived last night to spend the Tuesday 'here with Mr. and Mrs presented her wltrl'ihe silver love together three _times. Work butter ,, : MAG.ICFIRST : : ) ,, ''t'
ing The "other contestants .. ,
T, Ritch were businessin week-end with Mrs. E. L. Biggs. W. L. Wall. While here they attended for queen cup. Mlsa'' Edwina!. Wiggins, with spoon.until creamy. Add '

Jacksonville Tuesday. i.J' \.s ]'* ;:: I the funeral services of 'Alice sugar gradually, beating offer
-?. 'Mrs.' A. O. Andreu. Mrs. L. F. R. T. Richard.' ((11th grade). Moats June each addition until I light i and GRADE; GASOLJ'N-E. I
J Harding ((10thxKrade: ), and Miss ,
Thomas F Grady of Okla- Dtnklns and *daughter Jo Ann,: fluffy. Add, brown sugar. Add .
Is the guest ofitlier will attend the Rtngllng Brothers Mr. and I( Freddie Wimberiy'(9th grade) '
city Okla. Mrs I: L. Molpuswere peanut butler: Blend well. Add {

hers P H,? Manassa. dreys in ,Jacksonville Saturday. I In Starke Tuesday to vote.I were the queen's attendants.. eggs. Add flour, a small amount I.181''c' G
,'., f ',- Their escorts were Garland God a. r. :
,r'. 1':,. 1 They expect to be transferred to at .a time beating until smooth. .
i Edna Hutto; of, :ifacltsoni Mr. and Mra:,"j. H. Rltch of Pensacola soon where Mr. Mol win Joe Andrews' Jr., and Coiner after each addition. Form into

Sunday was. ,the, ,,gtlesta'of; : Jacksonville were'guests Tuesdayof pus is being sent In connectionwith Perryman. respectively.Heralding the carnival. which I two rolls and wrap In wax paper. MAGIC ETHYL'GAS \ ',.''

rents Mr and .Mrs>.'' S,; their;Son-in-law and daughter; his work with the State Let stand In refrigerator ,
:Mr.. and Mrs.. S. R. Johns Jr. began at three o'clock In the aft over-I / '
Forestry Service. I| night or until firm enough
i : ernoon was a colorful pal'ade.startln& '
,,,. alien. thin. Bake In hot oven 1
at the school house and 20c Gal. :
J, M. Smith, accompanied Mrs.. J. B. Sapp and Mrs. W. Mrs. James Godbold returned going through the main business' ( (423): 8 to' 10 minutes. Makes ti

R. A. Weeks,of Brooker' ', B. Mundy and ,daughter Clair Wednesday to her home In Jacksonville section of town, ''and part of the S dozen 'cookies.
Jean.spent Tuesday In Gainesville after enjoying a visit
t Monday afternoonf. \'( residential section:?'' .
,is "guests of Mrs. T A. Steele. here with her mother, Mrs. W S. "Glad Girls" Meet
Fun and frolic held k
ale, I Stroman, and sister Mrs.: S. S. supreme
sway over the entire period of With Miss Frances IVt-k Now' On Sale kl!
Mrs F. l
i K. Blackburn and Dowling. Mrs. Godbold was accompanied :
where and
Cain of Kendall :was the carnival young '
young son, Fred diet of Tampa home by Mis. Stroman.Mr. .
d guest 0 f Mrs. Cain, old fished for novelties from the The "Glad Glrln' clans of the .
Sunday here with her
employed in the Starke spent par fish pond had their fortunes. told. First Baptist Church met Mon '
ents Mr.: and Mrs, W A. At' I
Colley. and Mrs. Milton Brown
saw the "wicked old witch, ate day at the home of Miss Frances ",

I ce. a lee and daughter, Catherine of peanuts, hot dogs hamburgeis, Peek for the regular monthly
Mies.Virginia Price of Lexington Gainesville, Dr A. S. Morrow of k
played bingo and partook of all business meeting with 'the pre..ldent.
land Mrs L. E. Jordan and Ga, '. arrived last night '
) Jacksonville, and Mrs. 3. A
various entertainments Miss Peek
the other presiding
Harold of Oviedo wereguests ,spend the remainder of the week Brlnnon of Balnbrtdge Ga., were offered. .
of Mr. and Mrs. T. with Mt. ,and Mrs. D. A. Moo of Mr. and Mrs. The devotional period was also '
guests Sunday.
Mrs. W B. Sewell.. president
conducted who
by Miss\ Peek ,
in '
telth Brownlee and Mrs. E.
J M. S. '
Brownlee. of the 1>. T. A., stated that approximately chose aa her Biblical material part] SERVICE STATION ; '::",

$230 was cleared and of the 129th Psalm: Miss FannieS ,
Mrf.and Mrs. G. C. White and ( :
!aid that with this 'amount the i
; jjiii J"1. Silcox concluded t h e devotional '
daughter Frances, of Tallahasseewill Dr and S. P. Vandivierc :
.A1r" organization ,would pay the Indebtedness with an appropriate prayer. On Avenue Road 13 : J
beiguests' this week-end of and son, ..rilner of Orlando will -
on the moving pIcture -( business
t the meeting
During !
{ f Mr. 'White's mother, Mrs J. W. spend this',week-end here with
\("' machine for the, school and splendid reports were given by ..
Whlte. Mrs. Vandlvlere's Mrs ,
I mother make a reduction''on the note of all officers. It was vote;). to help I.."
W Alderman. While here
; the home t'conopllics.{ department.' the needy at Thanksgiving time "I ome Owned & Operated"WE :
Mrs. O. J. Griffin returned they will attend the GeorgiaFlorida -
,; { E. L. Wllliamji; ,prloclpal of the Following the business meeting
Sunday to her home in St. Augustine football game in Jacksonville
school, at a'It'd' thai ,the teachers social hour
was en- .
a delightful
r .r 1 after spending two weeks Saturday afternoon. 1 SEIJ.: NOTHING HUT FIRST GRADE 'I,
100 thereby
co-operated percent Joyed. Miss Peek assisted by her
with her daughter, Mrs. E. L.
I helping to make:the carnival sucha mother Mrs. S L Perk, nerved
Biggs. Mr. and Mrs. Smith
Ilf Eldridge big success.. He also said that I tempting refreshments of hot ::1
week-end In Shubuta I
the ,
_ spent the patrons of, the school and'chocolate and wafers.
Dr and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Miss., with Mrs. Smith's parents ( \ '
I II many Individuals co-operated in Those present were: Misses|
II are spending several days this Mr. and Mrs. J E. Toney. They '' I I ,
every way ,.
f I in Jacksonville, where Dr. to Shubuta
II week were accompanied by Mra. Sewell ,wishes to thankall I 1
I Middleton I Is medical Mrs. who time \ ,
receiving Toney spent some committees,,..'and every Individ

I treatment. In Hugh visiting her brotherinlaw un I who helped and wishes, to

and sister, Mr. and Mrs T. following{ !
thank the business
I '''-__ Mr. and Mrs. H C. Wall of A, Brinson. Ibs. Pecans ,
our fur coat atol..?-* St. Augustine and Mr. and Mrs. cerns: J. W. .wW ite's Store. J. M. ANTED: 29OOO9OOO ;

Pooht..'Ti. naayhtl.. Alvarez, Marguerite's' Bradford ,
.Long.. .Tallahassee were Mm A. M Darby Wednesday ''
brand NEW Tom / 'Hardware, C i(tjf.c Barker Shop,
on.n eAd"glteatb of Mr. Mi for n. C., to ..
wePk : Washington ,
almost Benny's Grocery Leila's Beuuty "' ,"
heugLff"yslaffif =
I Before
Get icily Price Yoii S ell
W. .L Wall., upend two weeks with her son-in- .
Oil; i Salon. Clar.JeanShoppe.\ Carpe'iter's
"W. I law and daughter Mr and Mn' Hnrt's.Furniture; ,
cannot lo*.-- I Drug Store*
i Mrs. M. C. Stith of Washington Phillip F. Maguire She was accompanied -
th inch Iniurancf Store A. M. Darby Grocery Den-
D. C., returned to her hometoday I to Washington by Mr. mark's Furniture Store, Stump's Geo. Inman, Bradford State Farmers, Mkt.

a.lcJeoa.I"s after a week's visit here and Mrs DeWItt C. Jones of I! Pternberg'a. Jacob's, Tip i Top I

with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Gainesville who were going to!IGI'ocery.[ Three- Friends BarberShop

L' 4P H. L. Brownlee New York to attend the national i Canova's Drug Store Western -I I

: Coca-Cola convention. I Auto, A & P. liarksdale'B, -

Friends of O W Griffin of Priest's 5 & 10, Alexander's. .

AL INiURANE St Augustine/ will be interestedto LA 'JV I'EY (Green's Store, Cook'u Grocery,

__ learn that he has been officially !,, Lawson's S.
By Kill IMuinrner A: Henry Godwin Wholesale, R Johns
'e notified of his promotion* j and the American Legion, Baptist ,

I to the rank of captain in the National -I| Members and friends of the Woman's Missionary\ Society They

Guard. Lawtey Baptist Church receivedan Rotary Club (booth), W. S. C. S.

_ I Inspirational message-- last SunI' ',I of Methodist Church (booth),

day from, Pastor William Fetler, Woman's Club (booth), and the r t ewe
an exiled Russian preacher Mr. I ) ,
NAT SEZ: Gainesville! Gas Co.
I All
r Fetler was dressed I n native

clothing, thus making his descriptions Photo
Spent quite a lot of money dreM- ,I Gallery
of the Russians more vivid.,
and will
Ing More sure
up my Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Dahmer,
Mr. Fetter discussed and pointedout I
connIn and
r feel taut If you don't
many facts concerning the formerly of Lakeland Wednesday -

r May It's purty. this spiritual development and the opened a photo gallery In %%N't pY,F Y f Say
_ One of the boys working on :
buys bin nhoes from vast oportunity that lies open for. Part of Morgan's Book Store'on

Sean newspaper Taint flnny1'Oee: Got a spiritual! workers at Camp Bland-, Call Street The gallery It well

row feller working for mr his Ing. I equipped! to make quality pictures
The Ladles Aid held its weekly' and prices begin aa low as three
IH want to
namn George you I
meeting at the home of "Auntfary" for ten cents. The Dahmers op LITTLE & ANGEL'S
come In and meet .ilm, pretty
Bennett Tuesday after I erate picture gallery In Lakeland
good sort of n guy I think. noon. Regular business wan attended and Lake Wales.vo'rIC'p.
Our new light are no bright U'M
to and delicious refresh-I I ,
going to be pretty hard getting
moth hole ments were served T h TI)' WllOM., IT M \v rovr'KHV." : :
clothes with
rid of
regular meeting will be held at NOTI('F: 1* HRHKRT[ 'fllS'hut !: Rainbow GrillAT
the iimlorHlHrnrrt, JON I I': 101 .
the home of Mrs I. B. Cody. -\SIlI"OHtt.W"I'T'! : I-r>ST N IT :M -

T' Mrs. J. H. Carradine was visiting HKIL r.d, TltK AMERICAN J.flltoS.I..d ,
at *t.rk<>. Klorlila,, will onSntimlHy
friend and relatives here last Nnvvnihvr:' ''.loth( A. I>. KINGSI.KV LAKE
/ week 194(1. at 10:on ,,'('!'wk In the r"-

Hyti41ia. I Sammy Cox former Lawteylte noon may or UN he Moon heard thereafter apply to HM Ins theNatne IS A SWELL PLACE TO MEET YOUR FRIENDS

drove up from Tampa/ to cast his Ur.noi-ttM. A. Z. Ailkln. at' bin. of-
fir In the (CourlhouA, In HtnrkP,
vote. Florida' fur a .'hltr...., Haiti Charter -
L. H. Harper and Bill Plum- to ho iKNiipfl, In the name of
"llllr J'i Hl "''"'''I''Y w I HKKfMIATIfl.V
mer were attending to business \ OHPOHATKP, ATTEND OUR
In Jacksonville early I Monday JOSK>4r.AMrOKrVVHITK!|: !'O14 T
i NI'VriKIt! se, Tilt: AM :nr'AN
morning. I.KUIONV t>. hnvx /lt.. nrlP''milpine / .
Miss Marie Thede of Atlanta ; : of bu.dne.a In k.u.I OPENING NIGHT
i Ida. If provide authority the
Ga., Is visiting her parents. Mr.
sell Am.rl''nn |I..n J'...., trppnnimr >
and Mrs. R. H. Thede and friends M Fair, Kxpnpltlott.' and
here this week. ether a mil .m.*n t* and ttt engage SATURDAYNOVEMBER
In the name annually The Corporation
D. J. and Keeffee Harrell of It be formed tinder th"

Jacksonville were visiting' their 'slave name shall *.,lnt for a period
and friends here I last if ninety-run, yrarnr all active et 9TH.
parents m.mb.re, nt fl... Jon.-r.-nlru..t- I
week. \\'hll.. Poet Number: 64. Tp. Amorl- \,:"
ran f.eglnn H("to "f Florida, "hall I
Shuford of Jacksonville
J E. h* member'' of th. Corporation, .
.. y'4 was visiting friends and relatives which I IK a forpnratlon not for
here last weekend.F. profit The affair cif the Corporation We Are Located 0 n Road .18
are InIHo managed and
a R. Carradine was a visitor at all tlm>n conducted oy the ot.fI..r. SANDWICHES
-Crystal Lake Tuesday. .. ,.f the said! American Legion At Kingsley Lake And Will Offer
I'nrt. The liv-Utwa of the Cor.poratlon .
are to tut mad by themember. IIAR-R-Q PORK 15c You A Clean Place Where It Will
J nf I h, e Mid ,AmericanI.eglnn .

Introducing "3T* P.-T. A., Meets No\C: 14,. amended Port or renrlnded.nd mar try h* .altered. two-, 11AR H-Q BEEF: 15c He A I'leawu To Go And Be

The Parent-Teacher'Aawclation thlrri vote of the said. m.mh..,.. "
Served Good Food. Of
The highest. amount nf lndbtdn RAKED HAM 15c Plenty
new line will meet at the school house or liability to which the ('....-
here 'ne'u Thursday..afternoon at pnratlnn mar .puhj t IKmlf shall Parking Space And Plenty .Of
not .:reed Five Thoupand r>ollarMTh '
9c 3:15: : o'clock.! ', ,...!. | .amount nf real *.ptat which STEAKS Room Inflide.RAINBOW. l
to $1.15 t' 'iY'a. the Porpnratlo may own shall not
't- '*(*..<1 Mnndrefl TbounandDollnr
MJM0R10M On.a
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<. t *. The uN -rib.r.'to the SOc 75c
V ''Bertha Mari{* McWaln ., Charier and the 0',.....'. !'to conlint to
4Vffjlon $1.i0: the affairs of the Corporation
of thlaUrijC of the
Three years : until the neat annual flectionof
HOItilYC. loved one we have lost Off....,.. nf the ,hove named GRILLChili

.... God In Heaven knows what American l pton .Pot, are H J. Homemade
.. ......-,- Only Tamer, ('emmas4r; ,.. T. Weldon
that sad cost. Vlc'.-C*<.mman4..,; A. J. Thomai,
So sudden on us our sorrow. fell. Finance Officer: and N. D Wainwrlvht 15c AT KINGSLEY LAKE
Jr, Autant.objtitln
To part with one we loved to Anyone *. .to the Unuanre '4!
well. ..,' th. raid Charter wIll please! >).
1 1 'I present and pr.".'" tblr. ..I>)*".
Only those'who have lost can tell tinny at the time and place above

..TERNBERC'X The pain farewell.ot.parting without sayIng "Am..d.JOSJ.IO.I.A'IIfP'fHtft-WJI.TP..:' TO A T Harvey Little And Porter Angel, Owners

.. -Albert Krutte. Elizabeth Kruae I.EUIOM: HTAHICB. KI.Otir<
Bv R r Turner, Commander
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':" First Big Stage Show Of
New Bus OfficialRay Winter
Uncle Sam Gives RequirementsFor iiea.

; SEc'rION1; I His 1940 Selective Service Trainees I Coming To Palace Theatre, JacksonvSThe

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?a HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD RURAL I I Army iuvery under mean the Inducted Selective into Service the available Wed by for their military l local service boards will 118 ville announces "the outstandingshow "The Rhythm Screen" RHmblerad-Iug--d: J

COMMON SENSE. ; of this, or other known a8 the .
Act "must be able to see well; be given physical examinations any sea- o r I III
r Men deferred status by tM1I aon" for the entertainment of screwball ** !?, .ln.f, a N,
AS ENERGY THE WAR'S EFFECT have comparatively good hearing; given a I. ) \I'll"
FOOD us of
have a heart able to withstand the their local boards will not be examined thousands who will be in Jacksonville the RII,,, HI'Ithel'J, n
fir t are more Interested With the current war a year music and
tttd Srll
Today people over the week-end for uh ,
stress of physical exertion; be Intelligent by a physician. "tf.
r t'' In vitamins and minerals old and with the effects of our enough to understandand In the instructions distributed the Florida-Georgia Football Game to their mu i, ,Ii i ,,I .,,.;'III "M
In calories. Some understanding own defense! program beginningto fire routine ,, H -i
than fir
and Armistice Day Celebration.No an
I execute military maneuvers, this week, examining physiciansare I :" '
of calories and of how be felt, it seems appropriate scenes ihi / 11t111st I
toI ,
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t obey commands and protect him- ordered to keep In Class 1-A, expense has been spared to m i I
from foods In. Important consider briefly the effects of ance. wRober '
For {
we get energy :self: and be able to transport the class Immediately available obtain the finest stage attractionand ?"II I..

4 ;, in planning well-balanced World War II and the Defense l himself by walking as the exigencies for general military service only I the outstanding football picture and !11sh,,,,,",,n, ,', :r.. t0r>l
Florida's agriculture with
meals, however.In I Program upon of the for this Robei h.nihm, V'j
of military life may demand. those men who meet the general year gala- + 'he
thinking about energy foods and the prospects that may I slgnment ,In 111 li
I I National Headquarters Selective requirements. Men deemed physi-! week-end, and to open up a new ulduon' ,Ih,
Federal be ahead. his aCt
5 nutritionists la Service System, this week dispatched cally unfit for general active military show season with a bang charming( ???*..
,'# {la Bureau of Home Economics: compare With respect to domestic de- I I Pennington .| 11155
f these general instructions service but fit for special The first dazzling stage show 11Kmg "+ ''f t
Q t +t the body with a machine. mand an analysis by R. H, How- together with detailed reg- and limited military service, will Broadway muss.. alit n1
i, ( r Anybody who has seen a freight ard, economist with the Florida will be presented at the Palace Dick ParkerJuvenile B" t n d Ij
ulations of physical standard requirements be listed in Class 4-F. 'W"j.,, '
the tracks Theatre for four big,,days-Friday- IIr'
train chugging along Extension Service, of the proposed
for trainees under the Flat feet, glasses, hay fever, singing stir, ,
d9 w +" Jt has some Idea of how the engine expenditures under the defense Saturday Sunday Monday, No- finest care of takes
1 Selective Service Act, to all physicians loss of a finger or toe, will not the
;, \ works. We know that a fire Is prdgram Indicates a lubstantlal vember 8-0-10-11. by Bill Arms, Yvette Gerav vocalulnt
for the
) who will examine necessarily disqualify men
prospective noted
inside the engine to bringing his GEMS OF 1941 Pan
you ,
{, v kept burning Increase in Industrial productionand blind- dancer, offers
soldiers. and
+ training service. 'her
+ i heat water and make steam. As employment, This, together said to be one of the most colorful tenaalional
Must Have Teeth Is not a cause for daring
ness ,
definitely "Dane
this steam expands It is able to with the fact that advances! In and spectacular stage showson Pa8onTry lei
The physical requirements are disqualification. Cancer, tuberculosis Gods"To
k.S push with a powerful force-force the distributive and service industries tour. With thirty outstanding
the those set forth In and other diseases -
same as leprosy some
vp drives the pistons and makes the industrial performers Including J sixteen
+ 4 that will accompany the War Department's "Standardsof are cause for rejection.No H. Johnson of Jacksonville,
rif the wheels turn so the engine can advance, Indicates that pretty girls in daring production
Physical Examinations During BusinessIn maintenance reJien'COLD
Monkey automotive
pull Its loud of cars. I Industrial demand will be maintained veteran numbers, and backed with the
And, strangely enough, the: at a higher level for some Mobilization. Navy standards view of the experience of expert, has been named general musical rhythms of Errol New-
will be issued when the Navy be- the World War, Physicians are Liquid,
?(; q.y human body can do much the time ahead. As a result, the de- manager of Orange Lines, Inc., ton's NBC Orchestra, this show
gins 'inducting men under the warned by the Instructions ton o be .
4 same thing. Its fuel Is food not mand for commodities that are the bus operating. moves with, lightning a pee d :
Selective who new company
Service Act. the alert for malingerers 666 MaheNo
71} coal. But this food Is actually produced chiefly for domestic i through It's hour running timeto I ....
In general: trainees must be at might attempt to evade tralnln'gand between Jacksonville, Green Cove J Dm pt
burned Irmide the body. Although consumption such as vegetables, a surprise finale that Is timely
} leant five feet tall and not more service by feigning ailments. Springs, Camp Blanding and ('lIlIlh, 1I1'6p.
dl there IH no flame or smoke, the some classes of fruits, dairy and and spectacular The cast Is I :
+ Part of this than six feet six Inches in height; I There are many methods suggested Starke. Nieuport B. Eaten, presi- "Ruh-llyTlsm' nOM
's fire produces heat poultry products, and meat animals headed by those effervescent
the body must have twelve natural teeth for the; detection of sham dent of Motor Transit Company, Llimrnent
; f; heat Is used to keep should be materially im
l Including three and three ills and instructions with regard Jacksonville mass transportation
'i'" is created upper '
of It "
+ warm, and part proved.So ,- .. r:
lower masticating teeth and three to possible prosecution of men system, Is also president I of
Into work energy.It
this that makesIt So far as foreign demand and upper and three lower Incisors; who Indulge in trickery.In Orange Lines, Inc I II
It possible for the lumberman to I markets are concerned, the outlook must weigh not lean than 105 general men ordered by their Johnson'' announced plans for

Is unfavorable for the dura- pounds nor more than would local boards to submit to physical
I' chop down a tree. The same per- I the erection of a bus station and MEATCURING
tion of the war The loss of foreign -
energy Is also needed for the tobacco mit normal physical activity; examination will be requiredto ticket office at Camp Blanding.
for cotton and
S '( work of the muscles that we seldom must have good vision and must report to the physician within I He said frequent service will be
I at least for the time being, have feet which stand five after of the
think about Inside/ the body I can long days mailing operated between the camp and
+, i as a result of the European War, marches.
-such as the heart and stomach order.Men Starke, and between the camp
will tend to prevent any substan- Unlike the of the World who have defects which
?WV muscles. Even the lungs, the days and Green Cove Springs and
liver, and the kidneys, as well as tial Increase in the price of these War, when only sketchy Instructions require hospitalization will not be Jacksonville.
two commodities. Prices of cotton '
and small went to physicians who examined accepted.
the tiny glands very
need food to func- and tobacco now supported by men under the draft laws, Prospective trainees having ac-
organs, energy I
loans and export subsidy programs -' the doctors attached to local ute or chronic venereal diseases SAMPSON CITYBy

tion properly. thing about the through government aids boards and medical advisory will be placed in Class 1-B and !\Hr*' S, E. Jones

human_ One surprising body is the 'fact that It )1 should prevent substantial declines boards will follow a standard will not be accepted by the Army 'No increase in Prices

stores lots of the surplus I even if further foreign de- form In their examination of until cured. Horace Varnes was attendingto
velopments are unfavorable. However business In Jacksonville and
trainees. .
energy as a fat. As longas prospective Every registrant who Is physically
children are growing It l la a I the extraordinary demand Glasses No Drawback examined will have blood Palatka. Wednesday. I IMI'

for labor and raw materials may those who class- tests for and Mrs. Willis Dyal were
i desirable health insurance for Only men are syphilis made.
tend to raise the cost of production In Gainesville Thursday 0 n a
-- We In
few over
them to be a pound Specialize Sugar
and, as a result, the farm Income business trip.
weight. At this critical and formative i
How To Get
from these crops might be Timely SuggestionsOn
period they are especially! Mrs. Mildred Carroll and Mrs
less than In recent In
likely to undermine their health years High ProductionOn Farm Problems Etta. Fae Warren from Starke
order to maintain the farm Income -
starving their bodies. But, were visiting friends here Friday.
by ; .
1 and standard o f living, Winter
for grown folk, surplus fat may farmers will need to producemore Eggs' To control peach scab, spray Mrs. T. H. Hill and Mrs. Ruth Cured Meats'Gainesville

accumulate as too extra Hill were shopping in Starke Sat-
pounds that are bothersome and I poultry products and meat Separate pullets according to the tree after the leaves have fallen urday.

animals for market./ Purchasing condition and In winter with a lime sulphur '
may even be dangerous to health production, provide Mi, and Mrs. Alfred Varnes'

Foods that yield the energy are I power as a of result non-agricultural of higher level workers of- ample feed, and use night lights,I(solution' 1 to .strength.' If the attended church in Graham Sunday I

the carbohydrates (sugar and new growth which begins after ,
industrial activity and by Increases O. W. Anderson poultry husbandman -( j
and fats. Fora the flowers have fallen Is !
starches), proteins, sprayed
I In employment and ,pay- with the University of'(| Mr and Mrs. K. D. Jones
given weight, carbohydrates three or four times at intervals Ice &
rolls will likely increase the demand Florida College of Agriculture,|Hof spent the day Sunday with Mr. I
and proteins yield the same two to three weeks It can be
for these products, of which advises poultrymen who wish to and Mrs. J C. Sapp. !
amount of heat or energy In the I kept fairly clean of the scab
no material surplus exists. obtain high winter production Horace Varnes
I egg was in Palatka

A N than body.twice But as the much.fats It yield also takes more Howard says the supply of from their flocks. I For bringing out- new growthon Sunday visiting his parents, Mr. Cold Storage Co.

longer to digest' fats. This gives I vegetables produced will I in a Superior birds should be placed' a pecan tree, apply from 25 to and Mrs. Willard. Varnes. I I

fats sort of In one pen, slow-maturing but 50 of fertilizer Joe Williams mother, and sis- '
a "staying power, ,ilargq measurejdelermine! price pounds a complete
J. L.
which keeps us from feeling the healthy birds-In: another and 'analyzing 6' percent' nitrogen 7 ter, from. Gainesville were visiting GEORGE, Mgr.
received by The -
too meal. potential the weakest birds<< In a third pen. j( Mann Robinson Sunday
hungry soon a I production of vegetables percent phosphoric acid, and 4 i I

in Florida IH so great during the "The superior birds need no!!I percent potash In late February Lewis Parish and family werevisitors Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St.

( winter and special care, ax they are already or early March, using the smaller I to Jacksonville Saturday'
Beware Coughsfrom early spring' that the developed and functioning at a)!I i
amount If the tree has a branch night and Sunday.
supply might be out of proportion I GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
rate but birds In
rapid the other
of 30 feet under, and ,
spread or
Jas. Thomas and his
the Increased and wife
colds to demand result two classes should be from
common I protectedfrom
In relatively low prices for the larger amount for bigger; trees 'Jacksonville spent the week visiting -
the best birds> and given an
Florida Application of 15 or 20 relatives here
That Hang On vegetables opportunity to eat all the feed of sulphate of ammonia In late j'
t they will, Mr. Anderson ex-
June should
or early July
Creomulslon relieves promptly because For sale Adding; Machine and
plains. In this birds In all
t It goes right to the seat of the Typewriter Ribbons at Telegraph way be beneficial. The fertilizer may
S trouble to help loosen and expel three pens will develop and pro- be Introduced into the' soil by I

..: germ laden phlegm, and aid nature office. duce more satisfactorily.Pullets .
holes (in the
_ _ punching numerous
to soothe and heal raw, tender inflamed -
bronchial mucous mem- if EKce.. Acid c.ui use feed to maintain 1 ground with a rod.

t branes. Tell your druggist: to sell youa FREE!, you pain,of Stomach body functions, for growth and; Figure the Price

bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding Increased weight, and last, for Removal or plowing under of
Vlc.n. Indic..tlon.Blo.tlnc
must like the It .
you way egg production, so It ia Important old, cabbage stumps and worthless I
quickly allays the cough or you are ,GaaH.artburnB.lching,
to have your money back.CREOMULSION. that they be given plenty of plants after all salable cabbage
f N.u..let a/rc. sample of UDGA feed during winter to provide a has been gathered will prevent

r and a Ire. interesting booklet at reserve for production over destructive Insect I
many pests I the Features the
for Coughs,Chest Colds, Bronchitis CAIU'KNTKK'S: DRUG STORE and above other bodily require from breeding and living In the I Figure -Figure SavingsANDYOUilBDYCHEVROLET

ments. High feed Intake can be field and attacking the crop dur

maintained, Mr. Anderson says ing the succeeding season. This

BOREE FUNERAL HOME by using a mash mixed with milkor is one of the best preventive t

Ambulance Service IIIY or Night; Phone 131 water, by soaking grain In measures cabbage growers can I !

\V! have added a lute model AMItULANCK: to our equipmentwith water or milk and feeding enoughat take against worms and other I|

to be cleaned In 15
noon up pests.
special springs r for easy riding.
minutes, and by feeding pellets i
Bennett Manager I which have been compressed' and Broccoli Is not particularly dif
which contain more feed than the ficult to grow, being l :j

bird realizes she is entlng. None a manner similar to that in which I a, .
of these methods should be used cabbage Is grown. as

ARLINGTON HOTEL to excess, however, and feeding stand considerable cold weather

Insufficient wet mash soaked except for the brief period when .5 MIDI"!,
('ol'11l'rrllnll.tull mill (iiinlen "'Street grain, or pellets In. better than the heads are beginning to form. Prl< it important, of '.CMS run

feeding too much. By controllingthe The best of broccoli Is
O.\lS" S\"lU.E. I"I.OIUIJ\ quality court* 'But most Important
supply of extra feeds, the produced on fertile soil which can ia wOJ

poultry specialist points out, the be kept moist by irrigation. Seed of !! Is what you

$1.00nd Up Weekly Kales 'poultry man can keep his pullets may be sown as late as January N

Air Cooled Steam Heat tempted Into higher feed Intake. 1. Plants are usually ready for) 8 t for th* price Your 90ttR ENGINE

Superior: birds! may need some I transplanting to field within four)

Hot and ...ul,1lIt..r In erj room Inner Spring :MiUtrcmse* coaxing: ; to keep up body weight weeks. after seed are planted..! On own *ys and your. CONCEALED 01HOJ N

under the strain of egg productlon -i fertile soil, 1,000 pounds of a tests will SAFETY-STEPS

Ulth <>r \\ltliout Bath.11 1 or without :MriiU the second group may needi 4-7-5 fertilizer per acre should! be tvll

small quantities of extra feed In:, sufficient to carry the crop to c YACUUM-POWER SHIFT N

Two HltK-k.s From Business District And TostofficeT. order to develop, and the thirdor maturity. t AT KO EXTRA COST

weakest group; needs special lowvst --
pHr| fird whn
1. lone, Proprietorjustness feeding In order to develop. UKSTHItIT; : FRUIT SIIII'MKNTS: you gtt '' s' BODY BY FISHER Ml

Night lighting, Mr. Anderson Lakeland. -- Interstate ship I nw Clivror t. That1* why I Dlfitr Cff11APp
explains, Indirectly stimulated the menta of Florida oranges will be \

.. ovary of the pullet and causes restricted to grades U. S. No. 2 popl* h.iv* glv.n Chevrolet |TBilii

4 Talc a tip-Ulc.your trip by her to lay more eggs In winter.It and better and to sizes 2888 and EENUINE KNEFACTION NO

t Florid Motor Lineal Wh t.- may be used on the whole larger effective at 12:01: October I l**drthlp In motor car !

.T.r you travel by Fiona'. flock.A 28.

Zephyr Bu, you will arrive dry, clean well ventilated for nlnl/f th* last tr l

..h..hed. reefed, ready ior laying house free from drafts isanother VALl'K OK MNNFR3GainesvilleSpeaking: ; I I BOXGIRDERFRAME

anything-and with money Important factor in obtaining ; before a '

1 l.ft over! high winter production, group of nearly 1,000 University !I Jwi1! BINAL HSHER NO DRAFT BlAfiafa

j Sample Ono Way dotsdacksotttllle he cays. of Florida freshmen Dr Walter VENTILATION

J. discussed the
Tnmpit ____ SH3.30 Matherly man- N6l
u WANT ESTATE FOIl COIJLKUK ners of an educated man and informed N0
Daytona Beach.Miss Maud students that "go man- Yr
St. l't.tt't..hllrg .. $3.00 1 n ,
R Van Roy, who operates the Fair ners have a monetary value" and
r "In"\ llka _ ,43Tallulrnssee t
AS mont Junior College( in Washington can be instrumental In securing eYROI1I
______ $?..23MUml OM1
1 I). C.. Is negotiating for pur- positions and promotions. "The FF4ruI
__________ $3.00t' All IIY
chase of the John D. Rockefeller manners of the educated man" he
Atlantit _._ _______ S3.SO!
estate at Ormond Beach Charles said "are manifested in four ways
St'W'ork __ *18.80riiuiiirmtl
h B. Pt'ettyman of this city, who Is namely, through speech, through
._..__ $10.70
helping finance the purchase, dls-, dress and personal appearance, CHEVROLET

I'OSW.SF.R"IC..: cloned recently. The estate., If. through personal bearing and I THllADEl

STATION the purchase I* completed is to,I thoughtful conduct, and through

i; *GD be used for a girls' junior col-[ respect for the personality an-J:!

Lacy Conway gent lege opening In January. The opinions of others Three ways

main house known as "The Case- of cultivating good manners
ments" has 26 bedrooms, providing Motherly asserted were through

Ityr for a capacity of SO students. association with cultured people) Torode Chevrolet Co

A large gftrage on the estate is reading biographies 0 f famous

h' to be remodeled i Into a little men. and studying books of elt-

theatre. quette. STARKE, FLORIDA


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I'lt 8. 19..0 Rlt\DFORD STAJUU. FLOllmA P.\OE SEEN ,+
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Number 158 F.

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I You will go down in history as a symbol-our No 1 representative in the first peace-time II 1,

1.1. draft in the history of the United State. The situation that makes this draft necessary \

i ill was.not of your choosing( nor of ours. Hut it has been thrust upon us by avaricious dic
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tators who do not know when to stop-who will not be satisfied until every democracy on

earth has been wiped from the face of the globe. It is up to you No. 158, and the millions ,
like you all over the United States-clean, strong young men-to prepare yourselves to defend ;
1 .& + your country, your home, your loved ones from the greedy grasp of a death-dealing
t dictator. "A stitch in time saves nine" and adequate national defense in time will save the "
+d' United States. That I is why it is so imperative that we prepare now for the worst that \

could possibly( come. Chances are that if Hitler and Mussolini know we are ready and
1' waiting for the attack-the attack will never come. Hut if we are not prepared, we willS

} + undoubtedly go the; way of France, Belgium, Holland, and others too numerous, to mention.We .

are depending on you No. 158, and are proud of the patriotic spirit in which you i

.... and others like you are rising to the situation.,As long as such spirit exists, we have

+ nothing to fear from a foreign invader. You are our salvation, our fate is in your hands.

We salute you!! .





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Armistice DayOur An Army TravelsOn Big Armies GREETINGS !

Thoughts Turn to the Many Sad Hearts Its StomachThat's Demand Big CropsFARMERS TO THE OLD CUSTOMERSAND
It's So Important For Soldiers THE NEW FRIENDS
t that were caused by our involvementin Why
Soldiers To Have Plenty OF THE
And Prospective
the last World War :
Of Good: Nourishing I"ood-The Kind

Tragedy will never be repeated and Week End Specials: Under New Management
Believe that it will not be as long as our 45c V-C FERTILIZERSYOU STILL FEATURING THE
young men are prepared to defend us. Assorted Cold Cuts, Lb. 15 to
Freedom Democracy & Religion We Are Proud To Become Citizens!
CITY BARBER SHOPS. BENNY'S GROCERY Starke Of. A Restaurant To Be Proud

E. Sparks, Prop.

And $19.95I'LATFOItl1


S. St. John, Owner

DefenseIs Men
National Our Young
The Right Idea Lies Our Strength AND REPAIR BILLS


First Law ,
HY DRIVING Ask For A Demonstration
TORODE CHEVROLET CO. W. L. WALL, Prop. Walnut Street K. G.; DUNCAN, Distributor



Ride Florida Motor Line Buses For Speed, Safety, Comfort and Economy-

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mi The Bradford County Telegraph So he made the necessary changes, and I Work Train Added [t FIRST*,130 DRAFTEESGET Bond County Trustees Commissioners abolished.1."hnd'
much of the bitterness in high places] For Laborers I QUIZZES J people favor this 'meanure, the I It"S.. s.a...A "I ",
NAMES:) LISTED newssary' l iegThlaMfl51Y"be! i Introduced Aprc* M
-- ; against him comes from those who THEIR : ,I 1 kJ ''I
U t1 KMt abll..iwd"l JJJ17AVEAYBER. once I Lot 2 ,, ,
AL, the Legislativesession. II
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were at the elbows of the. rulers. The old For the convenience of Camp l (Continued, from page one) ,next{r' E Han. !,!,,",. .... ,I."''1'1 n ,, Aadll Ii',',
-' Bland employes living In and I 231 Richard Cooper .
; : C aRIDA. Ing f I 64- HIk ,H t Ml ,
ASSOCIATIONS order became aroused when it finally realized near"' Jacksonville. the Seaboard 65-203 James I.. Coleman IXOTICUriHADKOJID SMC ju, 'v" ',|I.,1V !r r,1., t

.PRESS \ that Roosevelt "meant it," and that Railroad, In cooperation with I I 66-108 Robert G. Graham (COl'NTY, PLOKIDA. Tin A erts.THT"/ot, It"l'
N..vember explains the heat of the 1936 and 1940' Starrett Brothers & Eken. Monday 67- 21 Earl Jenkins IMPHO\'I':.', t Tf"
: 'uZPot4uak campaigns NOTICIO IS HKlinBY< GIVEN F L.A. 1I'1I''I'1)t ,
7 i mt put I Into service between 68 165 Merrill Edwards ii'rAi
-- that pursuant Section 9 <> f
-the trumped-up charges about'C9m- Brown Chapter. I82U6. Laws o f Florida( fly A .p '1'1 ,,
Starke and Jacksonville a special I'I 69-768 L. Artford 1, -
Ac IN. of 10.17: known aa the "'",1' I **,"1' T,
t r yubIbhed \1 eekly on Friday and Entered) mm see- munism, regimentation, dictatorship and all work train. Camp employees 70-747 Lorenzo B. Parrlsh I'llY( ACT. the following
;:? ml C'laMt: Mutter$ at the 1"000t Office at HUtrke, Fla. that were howls of anguish from those who may ride the train for only fifty 71-.159 Levin Pipkin will l and bot In offen-d Bradford for County Mule ,at MUIt'1:I .* 'IHH I'ille t 1'1' '
cents per round trip and Starrett 7279 J S. Kirkpatrick I.' It hit (''I U'r "
I tinttry for the highest and
___..____ Editor and Owner8iBSCKHTION once sat near the driver's seat and now 'I.tll"l) \. ('
_ JI:. I_ Mairbeuit --- Brothers furnish free transportation 73-.681 Randolph Robinson caxh hid. subject to the right of 01

L -- RATE: are there no more. And yet, threading all between Starke and Camp 74-782 Vernle Padgett the Trustees Fund. of to the reject Internal any and un.pi'oV.meflt I Clark I. I"I 1"1.,, i t'tl',,,., """Ia/llun tlt\:/

through this revolutionary program, is the Blanding. 75-678 Paul Underhill nit bldH, at the Court hou..e begin IrvPII I,:,"Vh.II" ,
c : Yearly, ,,I.O; Sit Month. 7o--Payable Advance L. 1. Libby fling at 10:00: o'clock A. M on the I To .HI!
'M G. M. Jolly, of Orange Heights 76- 78 : 1Itvj.\: lI.r'"do"l
purpose of making life more livable for the 2nd, day of December, A. L). 1940, I 1'.Jen.. ., ; i I.: 1:1IIX.\H: : '
,4. Advertising Kate on Application durIng W. E. Conrad I ,
temporary depot agent here 77- 45 a".m"nt> for road right of way I It IH h'r"h\ ''''I. 5' ,
many and at the same time more secure the absence of T J. Griffin 78- 25 Thomas T. Lee 2UO feet wide will be reserved fromany P.ar (III I..., 1111"'>rII""d ("hat"
parcel through which there !t. '
The Future Too GraveL for those who already are well-to-do. stated Monday that 179 persona 79-609 Ray C. McKinney an existing state Koad. i I I Iin the or IIbu"(11101'' >'.",,1111,., 11)0") ogo'n 19tO
took advantage of the special 80- 03 James F. McKelvey All fciEK' of NW4! & NW(4 of cause. and It I." ,' '
Remember The Past Underlying Mr. Roosevelt's every action W'4 H of River, Sec. 29, Twp 5 5. that thl" II I rUI'lh.r., "
: To Long train. Tuesday the number Il-1M Robert Mathews > ,
It 21 K., 40 Acres. 'b
; each rr" ""UhU'h"' >
week| *
: -. has been a philosophy that out democracy climbed to 338 and Wednesday it I 82-Louie L. Watson : All Nl* of 8KVi A NV4 of SWVi\ W..ka in "ur .
This is no time for "I told you so" or ''H of River, see 80 Twp. 6 H, ft i'h.
: if it is to survive, cannot be rigid ; was 441, The number of work 83-160 Luther C. Milliard K, 40,Acres : 21 TelrKraph'tn ., ,.. liredrord" (| ,
1'a: ,
( ,
: "rubbing it In"-no matter how great'thetemptation. ers using the vpeclal la expectedto 84-764 R. L. Glisaon : 8WV4: of NKV4 & SK14, of SWVi I|'I Wltn"M"', that government is a living organism ; thatit I' &: NWi,4 of SK'.. fie!!. 12, Twp S : HifcUfni1"1,",.'' ",
number thousand withIn Hilbert "I
4'.: ;. over a 85-666 Baldwin It. 21 I';,. 120 Acren. lI'j I I this. nuJ.h! "> | t*
\ must change to meet the times ; that to 10 days, Jolly said. In the 86-190 Holson Watts N of 8WV4 of NEW\ S.... 35 ( Nov II.i. H 1 1I
We glory' in the re-election] of Franklin Jack Hufcheson Twp 1tI\ ,, t K 22 13 20 Acres. I //OFFICIAL,5E."j., ? i
go back would mean a recurrence of what mornings the train leaves 87-210 C. C. NWW of NKK of! NK'4. Bee. S, rk. fir 'H I' TBt'
i4z 1). Roosevelt, but nothing must be done now did eventual sonville at 6:15: o'clock and arrives 88- 67 Charles L. McKinney Twp., 7 H It. 22: ":., 10 Acrm i i County E. K. Pp'rII'"'I"r'lh, ,
who Wendell happen, multiplied-an at Starke at 7:15: and on 89-107 Clyde Mosley : All NV\V of SKV' 1ot |Ity. t.e..1[' Attorney r,. "I""
t to antagonize those!: supported I ., ..
too great for the nation to stand. the return trip leaves Starke In 90-180 O C Kelly

_ -ti Willkie. We must give credit to their sin- Translate that philosophy in terms of the afternoon a t 5:45: o'clock i 9159 Pitt Newsome CLASSIFIED 1

_ cerity and recognize their right to believe, and arrives In Jacksonville at 92- 74 John Douglas ADS
the recovery we are now enjoying and the

_ ;.!c) and talk, and vote as they saw fit. greater confidence the rank and file havein i 6:45.: The tickets fOI' this train are 93-246 94-667 Gilbert ElIjah: Walker B. Thornton STRAWBERRY PLANT 1111- WHYi3iPFflvlTH

______ Now that the election is over, we must our future and you have our explanation available to Camp Standing em, 95-176 Morris Carter nol grown Missionary, improved when Minton\ A

.: 4 forget the harsh! words! the overripe tomatoes of I ployes at the Camp Caxhler'ii office 96-781 D. Russell Redding( Klondyke Lady Corneille 1895 has Rivet ellef Remedy,
why we believe the Roosevelt] administration and ,to, A
Blakemore $2.50
and rotten eggs that were tossed I and cost $3 for a book of 1 97-131 Clyde W Strickland per and ronchln8ufferel1'/
has been the most far-sighted, and the six round trip tickets Wednesday 98-130 Frank M Clark thousand. $22.50 per 10,000 16-onnce bottl '

7' without fear or favor during the past few most humanitarian since Lincoln saved the the train was composed of I D9-121 R C. Buford Plants, f. o. b. ANNA STRAW- Order now Sate'$2 po,

weeks. The big job still lies ahead, and in seven cars.Starrett: 100-104 Harvey L. Little BERRY NURSERY Anna. Ill Sidney OhK' Rpmpd

4 it the people of the United States must Union.And Brothers at present are 101-370 Fate Brown inois. 10-11 4tp ROOMS II
what we have said of the domestic FOR RENT
102-225 W H. Hart
using trucks to furnish the free Appl
.. .A'1. present a united front or we are lost for- policies we apply also to the foreign fieldto transportation between Starke 103r- 42 David Stover, Jr. THE COLONIAL HOTEL at Station, Law ley Fla )

ever. show why we consider the "good neighbor" I depot and the Camp As soon as 104-703 William H. Hall White Springs offers to the FOR SALK 3J-acre"
We say we glory in the re-election of I the spur track to the Camp la 105-656 A. Stanley Bennett overflow of officers and their five good tarn J!
in a troubled world the blood brotherof wives reasonable buildings.
106-128 A, R Norman! accommoda p
Franklin D. Roosevelt to a third term because -, ,completed It Is expected the work grove, potato crop, 4 ]
tions. Good meals. ?
107-150 V. L.
the forgotten man at home. train will run directly to Bland. Starling strawberries
believe would have greeted The Colonial Is On Road 1 J
we we Ing. 108-276 Vandle Ellis rooms. on the
We are entering a new era of world ml. north of !
with the. same enthusiasm: the prolonged 109-716 Lucius Williams banks of the Suwannee River courthouse
revolution in which the lives of each and 110-1015 M. R. Hugglns, Jr. overlooking one of the largest Dell Starke Fla I J:

_ services of Jefferson! or Jackson or Lincoln] everyone of us will be materially effectedand Mary Elizabeth KerseyMrs. 111-883 Norman' McQllegg. mineral springs in the world.' LARGE COMFORTABLE

_ _ had we lived in their day. changed whether this country is drawn Mary Elizabeth Kersey, 112-346 Wm. McD Evans 10-18 4t for .rent in Hawthorne :
We are convinced that future his- 74 died Thursday October 31, at 113-692 Hazellar Bright I from Starke Ha 6 Mr

torians the bring the complete into war or not. 6:15: p. m. at her home two miles 114-341 V. Ralph Prevatt For, details! .:aIl or wrlie
as years The people of the United States have east of Starke. She was born 115-1000 J, H. Robinson FOR SALE : I D. H. Matthew. Harl

perspective of our times, will record Franklin picked Franklin D. Roosevelt to guide us January 15, 1866 in Baker County, I 116-D. L. Parks Four-wheel I Fla.
I U. Roosevelt among the great.,: We believe \ but had lived here for many 117-1314 R. E. Spauliilng 7x18 ft.
through these new perils as he has safely years. 118-412 David Howard Used show cases, 4, 6, and BEAUTIFUL a gt ban-

__________________ that in him the times have providen- steered us through those of the past eight Funeral services,' were held. lust 119.-436 L W Enfield 8 ft. sites for sale ')n shore of|

___________ tially produced the man ; that we are living years. The choice was wise. Friday afternoorr"Ht 4:30: o'clock 120-175 Camel, I Judge Priced Right For Quick Santa Fe Handy to

_ through an era more dangerous than any with the Rev. Lloyd Johns officiating -I 121-1053 R D. Holmes Sale Blandlng and less tlwi 0,
We face the future with the utmost 122-904 S. K Jeffcoat two mile! from Melnwe! |
of us yet realize; that our very form of Interment was in Dyal GLASS: OF ALL ping center
confidence that Mr. Roosevelt will bring us Cemetery near Raiford Pall bear- 123-226 J. E. Purdee Churcha,
government might have perished had we and stores Just| the
124-1285 Clifford Kelly And Automobile glass installed pll
safely through. era were Rudolph Chism, Albert -
not been blessed with a leadership equippedwith n Kruse Hubert Kersev. Aaron 125-1064 Markey J. May while you wait. officers to locate (Mr fa.
v 126-1241 J, D. Butler Buy a large lot build J
those qualities of, courage, wisdom, Your Vote 'Was A Big Help- and Yarbrough.O. Kersey.Charney Yaibrough 127-809 Thomas L. Lee Lake front lot on east whore bungalow Lot may be I bl

understanding, human, sympathy, 'and daring 128-282 J. O Norman of Santa Fe Lake four miles on terms If neceswy AI
.. ... which must be present if a major crisis Thanks A Lot, Mr. Garner Survivors Include her husband 129-116 Alvie L. Thornton from Keystone Heights, ICOx C. E. Pe.irs.ill. Melro.
R. Kersey two sisters, Mrs.
_______ is to be survived. Vice President John Nance Garner Hattie Johns and; Mrs. Rosa Ken 130-859 W. W. Harvey 800 ft.-Sold on eany terms. 11-1

_ In addition to Mr. Roosevelt's masterly added not one whit to his stature as a nedy of Macclenny: five brothers, 132 131--S84 1074 Oliver Russell Benbrow Thomas See ?40, WOOD OR COAL clrr

handling of our foreign relations!:l, we should statesman or a patriot when he stayed away and William, HadyuKLouls Henry 133-1163 C. D. Denmark JOE PETER'S GLASS heater sale in perfect condlti
Shepherd RhlUJeJall of Mac. cheap: L D
from the and refused to his ballot ]- 134-309 Arthur Lumpkin 138 N. SHOP 9th.,St. '
not soon forget the inspired actions[ of his polls cast clenny; three feughterg, Mrs. Sfarke, Fla.
_ 135-1152
H C. Kelley
I'honc 55Mt. Gainexvllle "I...
in of the most 'significant Presidential Christine Yarbrough" 'of ,
first termIt is needed only to recall a one Lawtey; 136-:S39 O. E. Stoan FOR SALE Practically I

few of the events-the banking paralysis, elections ever held in the United States. Mrs.Springs Nancy, and Keene Mrs.t,Elsie of Heilbronn Bradleyof 137-1252 Wesley Johns Underwood portable type'

the food riots in the cities, the organized Our opinion of Mr. Garner has slumped Starke.. r.MI'II. 138-771 Fony Clark FURNISHED LAKE COTTAGES. reasonable price ,130

_S defiance:! of the courts in the agricultural continuously since the day we learned of Kersey wait a 'member of 139 140-251-434 A.O. M.J. Mott Stewart on Santa Fe Lake. Electric Ocala Fla

regions, the use of the Army against the his sub rosa lobbying in Congress against the Primitive Baptist Church I 141-659 T. Frank Land rum lights. H., Lewis running Santa water.Fe InquireF. Beach, FOR SALE BENDE

c: veterans in the nation's capital], the hunger many of the Administration's most cherished Book Week At 143 142-698 863 Clyde Haukernon Earlton. Florida, five I miles THAVKLMNSIOH\:
measures. For a Vice-President to Library east of Waldo. 4t to 11.10 TRAILERAll
and desperation-to picture what might 144-1089 Lebbus Bone
fight undercover against the of I Mrs. H. H. Young llbraiian 145-1286 J. E. Bennett All :\ Hrather i iMrrl Fr
have happened had the ship of'state been program ,
FOR SALE-10-room house at ....
of the public "' Four Mrl I pi
library here > >
reminds 146-617 Theodora_ _nimrnn_..._
____ his co-leader and former running-mate .
H that
_, turned over to a muscle-boimd!: tradition- the book-loving public that 147-893 John n. Keystone! Heights. Gas stove end llrritrnliMl. tlr
minded, near-sighted pilot. Fortunately, we seemed to us a highly i 1 traitorous and next week is "Book Week" and 148.- 55 H. B. Crosby and gas water heater.-Mrs. Also 1930 I'ljmouih. .V
Piul anil Tim
picked the man for the place-one who could wholly despicable action. she invites everyone to see the 149-206 Everett Morris Fla. Savage Keystone Heights.tf Battery Fine ('iiniliUuitinnCnniplrlr '
display of children's
placed 150-317 Jas. :
flense the full size of the peril and take such Garner, the man, shrunk another foot in the library by the Macmillan 151--683 H. H.Solomen Austin SACRIFICE-Several twin and ( KurnNhrJ ttaII hprl l. ii".'|

chances as were necessary for the rescue. in our estimation when he sulked at home I Co. and If possible, to purchaseone 152-100 Jas. Le Verne Roberts' single panel-beds, complete with or S rite.

: Yes, it's going to be a little hard to during the last session of Congress, failing I of these, volumes for the boys' mattresses and double-coll DICK'S LOG CABI.>
and girls' section of the library. R. T. Richard ROUTE 41, 8 M1US: Ml!) |
keep from gloating- especially when we to return to his duties in Washington until This "Book springs, all practically e w-
year Week" and $15 each (less than, actual VALDOST4FOR
_. have become so completely] fed up with the shamed into doing so by his home-state "American Education Week' are Buried At CrosbyRobert of springs) John R. Grutler cost,

______________ hate-Roosevelt chorus sung in recent newspapers who wrote that Texas hung its being celebrated simultaneouslyand T. Richard, 74. well- Whitehouse, Fla. 11-1 2t I SALE Large 111--'r

months by the very supermen that he helped head because of his juvenile pouting.But the display at the library known member of a pioneer Flor- house screened back
presents an ida FOR
to '
opportunity see the family and former resident of RENT-Nicely fur. front porch septic
save. nut the human race was ever ungrateful it remained for Tuesday to showus new spring and fall children's Starke died Sunday night at the Dished inner spring; mattresses, large electrify Cheap for r
so we must overlook their poor John Nance Garner in his true, if unbecoming books from a high standard pub- summer home of his son, R. L. special monthly rates. on Silver P. O. Box 12 La't y.
lishing house. "Book Week" la Richard, on Spring Lake Spring road.-Box 340, Ocala II
sportsmanship and to forget-if colors. lie stayed at home and near
try we
can. a worthy crusade "to bring more I I Keystone Heights Fla. Phone 131 Black. Itp

We firmly believe that Roosevelt's concern .sulked while the fate of his party and his books to young people and more' Funeral services were held FOR SALE Two poll

________ with the "forgotten man" i is more than country hung in the balance! Such neglect young people to books Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock FOR houses RENT-Two unfurnished dogs. one year oldS
near Heilbronn Lake
In, the Springs. F V
_________________ a political gesture. It expresses his philosophy would be reprehensible on the part of the,I Scouts PromotedFour with the Episcopal Rev. Fred Church Yerkes here offici Perry Newsom. ltp ler L. Crews. R

_ of government and of economics. It lowest-ranking man in the Democratic ating. Interment was in the ROOMS & APARTMENTS withor steel

_ _. shown his realization that our society had I Scouts from Troop 70, family plot at Crosby Cemetery, without board, reasonable. : WANTEDBeanfed Creeni-' j
best prices
party.For accompanied by the under the pay
of DeWitt Also
.. become lop-sided-that powerful and or- a man in Garner's position. it was the Bev. Chas. Allen, attendedthe Jones. C. one 5-room apartment. Starke. Fin 11.
_ Good schools
I churches. 26 ml.
______________ ganized interests, which had previouslybeen unspeakable. last Court of Honor In Jack. Mr.. Richard who was widely south of Starke on Road 31. HOG- FARM KOI Sale, <*J

having their way with the government, These sometimey Democrats who "takea sonville for the month of Oc. known and beloved by many Hotel Hawthorne, Hawthorne, near Camp Blundlng, -
'0 tober. J. A. friends
Martinez and Steve I II'
_ were actually endangering it. Roosevelt walk" every time their feathers are ruffed Weldon Jr., received their pro- lived in throughout Jacksonville Florida for had "*. Itp E. Wilson
.__ had the vision to see that capacity to pro- are of no great credit I to the party. motions to first class and Robert than 40 years where he was 'purchasing -,

duce had outrun capacity to' consume, and They have the temperaments of prima Barksdale and Walter Dew were agent for the Southern

that. the answer must be found in creatinga donnas, and just about the same degree of given. their Warren second Winkler class was certificates also- Febiuary Drug, Company because He of retired in health last I

balance- That could only mean a policy dependability. They are respected by I ready for First Class, but was He Is survived by his widow I'

that would shift the emphasis and attention neither their own party nor by the opposi- unable to make the tripHe's Mrs L.Zoe Richard; one son Robert .!
I ..f government to the man who hitherto had tion to which they temporarily flee. The granddaughter. Jacksonville; al I _
I A Porter Now Mrs. W J.
I been forgotten. To do this, Roosevelt re Democratic Party would be better off if person Jr., Starke: a brother,

alized the' Government) must be taken over they just continued walking in a perfectly Rogers Battle, genial colored Dr. Charles Richard. Miami: and *M
man whose face had become three sisters, Mis
a rh. First
I Bonita Big
in behalf of the people. straight line to infinity. familiar MsaIaS'\
landmark around Starke New Orleans; Mrs. Allen $h.w t ta.
__ ____ WllltAm.. ---- and P.r.s.seta,
due to his 20 years of continuous son Bradenton; and Mrs Nina V..tb.II rtsr.

Blanding Worker Free 'Water GlassesSix Mrs. E. C. George Dies service with the Starke Ice Company Llpford. Green Cove Springs. med.i. Jsck..n.iil.D.rtns oh.a.Gel. WeikG..gt..FI.rida "

Dies On Job water glasses are being offered Mrs. Emma C. George. 76. Is trying his hand! as a Bond Trustees BallotFate Armeattee Day Vo.atbaII C.Ibr.iIonI Glifle 51

fie to the first 100 customers died Monday at the home of her train I porter. Rogers resigned of Bradford County's "GEMS OF jq4l"

Louie' B. Jenkins.' <6, of Lutz buying five gallons or, son-in-law and daughter Mr. and November 1 and Is now workingfor Board of Bond Trustees : P..p.WorId.F.jSeus ACID
was md.5.aft..sh
( ear Tampa I In Hlllsborough\ mote of first grade gasoline from Mrs. Roy Edwards of Baldwin. the Seaboard Railroad as a I unknown yesterday as returns F.St.J1N th.. Ea.IM. arhu'S i-'t.J:
County) dropped dead from, a the Magic Oil Co. Service Station i Her death was attributed to coach porter. His position as from only four of the DANCa OF rAssIO"
which opened for business on county's cud IS Ut Bsdw.y i M..iSri.
wfcfan. heart attack while work. Temple Avenue Wednesday. The pneumonia and she had been III operator at the ice plant is held I eight precincts were available at '\ ,, ( i Disshiss uId Gi.IPs

____________ teg at Camp. Bland Ing Monday. station Is owned' by F. C. Stro- only a short time. by Bert Ellington. I The the office of the county clerk. TI.. Meet Sp.et.eul.e 51.1' Sh

___________ He.ha*, been employed as a car. zier. Funeral services were held at In remaining ballots were locked .4 C. T.wr.Pt .
since Barber Shop EnlargingThe up boxes and could not be ,,. eh. Sm..t.M ,,4wIft.t CS
pester at the Camp onlY 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoonIn opened
until the
_ canvassing board, Alt '...b.IJ Thiiil.as a tk SerI
Tknrvday of last week: Daily ServiceThe the DeWitt C. Jones chapel Three Friends Barber Shop meets today. A straw ballot> was ."The Quarterback

_ The body was shipped to Lutz JackBonvllIe Linen Supply here with the Rev. C. E. LubIn this week Increased the capacity taken Tuesday to find out whether wiab

,'1 for. Mineral services and Interment Company this week of the Woodstock Park Baptist of the shop from five to seven the people want county road mat WAYNEMORRIS
.1: Tfewiday afternoon at 3:30: o'-I deliveries to Starke daily Church of Jacksonville, off Idling. chairs W. B. Mundy;. owner, announced ters turned over to the Board of
Wednesday. A \
_ ,. clock la the Lutm Cemetery lit Sid Interment was In Crosby NUTU'F. I .
Owens representative of the tend one of the new Notice I. h.reby glean
fe survived by his widow Mrs Company.. Formerly the towel. Lake Cemetery. has been hired. Johnnie whom It may .on..rn that I to have all
fIl"'01 1n7 4 DAYS-NOV.
Thima ,Jenkins; and by fivedaughters. I Mrs. Ian of Chal"j report and receipt and IW4Ott
apron tablocover, etc., renting George was a native ,of Daytona Beach. will on the 10th day of December FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY'
.. i' ___________ a son; three brothers i F'tndlay. Ohjo) and had lived In fluorescent type of lighting of ntB. apply; 10 the Couy! .Jud., CONTINUOCS SHOWSFKICKSi
3 uid & slater. He was a World concern made only twlce-a-week Installed In the Three Friends aR Admlnit.tralrlx C.'ount7 for' Discharge tit an4 *.. flu' r"PALACE
War veteran and a member oft deliveries here. Much heavier demand Florida for many years. She Barber Rune C. IIeIb.rer of Ibtate of

_________ .. Baptist Church. lie was a necessitated the change was ,a member of the Baptist I t'Winkler Shop local Wednesday electrical by E. A.\\ on. of the Emma M.. 'h'lb..rller ICCe.d. THEATs

_________ ,, .aUv. of Georgia.. Owena said. Church of Starke. J I I tor. ( 4t Aim're of Said "atat.. JACKSONVILLE FLA.t:4 .
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