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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 15, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Acreage Scenes As Construction Of Blanding Gets Activity Into Full Swing I Free Poison BuildingsOn Camp Hospital Murder Trial.Poshroned i



Less'an For Mole Crickets Assembly Line To Be Lamest

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Last Year 'Given Away I put building together a day.Contractors at. the' rate of 30 In CountryWork Till Next Week : f


on riie big construction ,

I Weather Main' project hat' sot up ''
Dry Farmers UrgedTo Ileinif Rushed Quiet Term Of \'
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an assembly line. Lumber *
1 Factor In Reduced Call At Market cut In pre-drUrinlnrtl lengths! In Preparation Circuit Court )f' ,m.

plantings Here For 3 ApplicationsFarmers !! and whole sections of house For Troops' Arrival I Started Monday .. }
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I .are put together quickly, mov- ,

icr last year's highly success-: from every nook and rol to the location on truck, Siding!! and roofs are on the' Trial of James Lee Green '1' "J

'.rt 'berry season It was pre- cranny of Bradford County came incl then IMIM''! lbltod. A foreman ISO separate buildings which will' negro youth, for the murder of l 1i j.,'I
in 1941 would Pay day presents the congested scene shown here as hundreds of timed the erection. of one Nasby (Frog) Jackson, a 1.0 :
,1 that acreage to the State Farmers" Market comprise the 2,000-bed hospital at; .
ever planted In workers stand In line at the multiple-windowed pay office. Weekly and of the 23 by 130-foot hospital. Camp Blundlng) Each ward Is colored, has been net for Friday, :,J ; ,
largest here hauled
e payroll at Blanding ha Wednesday away building In 2ft minute! November 22. The
now passed the half-million mark On Wednesday a separate unit in Itself, providing, postponement i
{county, of this week Camp employes had reached a total of 18261 16000 pounds of free mole cricket: j, the maximum amount of light and (the case wan originally set for "

several factors have, 'aided of thin t week c
never poison. They were being air for the hospital patients. Tuesday ) WAS
the picture to make this the in their i granted at the request of attorneys -
by government never- R. F. Clark Dies Work Is being. rushed on this ,
the way lots of for Gieen.
alma go : endlnR fight on the little pouts project and also' on the reception'
[ Including weather The Pall Term of
forecasts- Circuit Court
will be
that burrow under the ground center where men "pro-

OUtics.t and cut the roots of their various In Massachusetts ceimed" on arrival at the Camp.It convened here Monday with a >i $
t this comparatively late crops. la planned to have 500 hospital Ught. docket and the Frog Jackson -

of the game, berry acreage -.w? beds ready by December 1, and murder trial occupying the t
bly 10 percent under lastI Through the cooperation of another 500 December 13.: The center of attention. Yesterday'
-4 Wan Superintendent by
71 state
and governmental agencies, '
estimated 900 acres. entire project should bo completeby seatdon was taken up with the ,

Lf among the adverse fact- :: .... growers are being given 120 Of Light Plant January 1. and will be prob- cases of Henry Sprlngatead. on I, ,

lii, the unusually prolonged .fI"r".,,_; 'I'r'_ .L.. ,"'" i. -, .__._ "" pounds pounds of of bran the to poison 10 pounds bait ((100 cal Here For 17 Years ably the largest hospital In the trial' for with grand larceny In connection ': v
purchasing produce at
In here in
Ipell nation.
that set early ,
cium araenate) for acre of \
every Starke lout one Its best-loved the Farmers' Market here 'and ,
[mber and has continued i "The end of the line"-freight cars loaded with lumber are shownon land In cultivation:' This Is al- Covering an area of over 100 ,'"ah''
I the trial of Dossy Forte .
Hampton :
ut: a break through the mid- the new railroad siding In the mill area at Camp Blanding. This loud In three distributions (one- and moat useful citizens-on Thurs- acres, the hospital will be composed :1 r
negro charged with "malici, .
lot November During thla la only a small portion of the 75,000,000 feet of lumber that will third of the total amount neededat day, November 7, when Robert F. of ISO: buildings, all of one oils mischief." Forte la accused '; ;,

we have had only one- be each time), the' first of which story, which will Include the administration .' _,
used In
construction of the camp. An average of 100 carloadsof Clark superintendent of the municipal of tearing down a house belong!: '
Inch of rainfall while ;1
of an ,
i materials roll In over them sidings every day. was made here Wednesday light and water plant here building nurse* ing to another negro. :r :
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seven eight
Binary seasons or quarters, four mesa halls and
The bait Is made possible since 1923 died at the home of
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Court opened at 10 o'clock :
unusual for this : :
4 Is not I three rows of wards, aft to a row. "
through the County ,Agent with his brother, S. W. Clark, in : steam Monday morning with Judge A. 4'a.
A separate plant will heat
the cooperation of the Board of Charlton City, Mans' He was 62 i the entire Adklns. preiddlng. State's Attorney :, r
e drought has made It 1m- hospital. '
Commissioners who ,
County (
pay years of age. T (oJ. Duncan AssistantState's _
ble for farmers to set late I for transportation from the mixIng :- Col. Li. R. f'ouat, Post Burgeon Attorney Joe Hill Wll- ';tl'f ',\
1 without "watering them Born In Norwalk Conn., Mr. ban made arrangements hospitals
at Palatka the Fed- with\ -
plant ),
rt llama
jw : Sheriff A O Andreu, and F
tedious and expensive pro- t eral government (which furnishes Clark came to Florida in 1920 and and laboratories In Jacksonville I,;:. "-
Cir Clerk A. J. Thomas were all"
\t It has also hampered retg the materials), and the Federal held positions in Jacksonville and Lake City and Gainesville present. The opening .. :
was
where necessary In early I t ir Quarantine Division and the State Green Cove Springs before coming to take care of laboratory offered by the Rev A.prayer E. Light- j',. '

fca. Of course, i if a good rain Plant Board.H. to Starke. For, several yearshe tent and emergency canes until foot '1 l

|d come, even at this late was a machinery designer with the camp hospital' can function by ;
S. McClanahan, state leaderfor ,
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i l sufficient number of ber- the mole cricket the Norwalk Iron\ Works and itself' During the Interim case Jurors were sworn In and examined ( (:
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was
be set to project studied electrical engineering at of minor and O W. Andrews', Ed. / '
I might bring the here the a nature will receive all 1/1'
ge up to last year's figure. I set-up Wednesday for the distribution supervising in this Pratt Institute In Brooklyn, N. Y. 'necessary treatment a t Camp W. Durban, Percy Sullivan, L. .J
As of the light M. Murrhee, and Henry Hardy
jiher reason for decreased assisted superintendent tllandlng. I i ,
county. Harry Fogg, by
1/Ig Is that many small grow- plant hereMr. Clark mad himself At there gave satisfactory excuses why "
D. H. Grace (grove Inspectorswith present are five
] they should not serve and were f
have temporarily given u-p the State Plant Board) will Indispensable by his efficient medical. ..officer' on duty at the excused I : ,,
u; to accept Jobs at Camp management and the many im- station
remain In charge of the distribution hospital. Colonel roust, The '
ill The scarcity and high I An Island of trees Is left standing in a waste of sand all the site here which will be carried provements which he brought commanding medical officer and following names were then

\ of good plants has also con.ud I for the huge government warehouses Is prepared southeast of on from the Fanners Market about In her 17 years of service. poat surgeon; Col. VV T. Wets drawn L. O. Johns to serve F as M.grand Jurors: i
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I to the drop In acreage. Klngsley during the next four to six weeks. He was Immediate past president senger, medical Inspector;( Capt. Norman
R. Kalch W, H.' Hall Newan
| iilte of the unusually, dry Lake.'I' Farmers who 4rtwjtl: .lr first of the Rotary Club of Starke :CV B. Woods, executive* officer;I Warren, James Rosier, H. M. l e'. ,
and of Jbej most enthuaiastlc
was one -
to, allotment or Lieut.' 'AJ F ,
growers buy thet"tithe poisvifrtfurged to < ialtoyj mesa officer, \\Usdln. Dan Starling R. V. Al- '
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ai well as berries that" bad return for the ther.wo, fappll-> workers' Itt this organ and Ll ut, Harry Ounn,, Will ? ,. '
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TV ization. He was ,one of those vanes, Tyler K. T." Cr.w v ,
Wy gotten a start before.-'the : cations,' without: which theo treatment officer. In the .Course .JIU..PPI.J'j J.v Aj.C1\ellaer, 'Wllmot Drown i
who could be de- ,
flu set In, show no Indica- t. will not be complete.: The rare persons next few months there Lloyd 'Barry, W Ervin Norman' {

i of suffering. Heavy ,dews bait Is complete and Is ready for pended called upon "tipon Jtq""gel: 'to thing serve* done"when In ,I staff of 140 doctors, 210 Carl Carter, Charlie Gasklna, and

|early! morning fogs are said application except that It' must some capacltyi'and: he was always arid 1,100 enlisted men to run Tom Overstreet. They t hen t retired -

I'e minimized the effects of be dampened (just enough to this, important part .of ,the camp. and selected L. O. ,Johnsas
and
willing to do- bls share someone ,
(ark of rainfall. e'r make It crumbly) before being else's If The cost Of food a duylfor: the their foreman.
tfto. necessary
broadcasted.The patients will ".200 for The '
averuge ; court then drew the remaining .
n't Obtained e only thing farmers are Few people could be found who ,enlisted personnel $....0. The staff names to serve as petit
had the interest of the town
asked to do Is to bring a sack 'will also: Include three dieticians, jurors: C. M. Dennison' R. N.
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at heart than did Mr.
Theatre for each 60 pounds of poison le- greater technicians, 14 cook and bakers Crawford H. B Stokes, and
Clurk. He served at various times
sired. If they had to buy the and 87 miscellaneous helpers, Gerow Bopp.Auction.
[Ming permits $17- '' an. an active member of beautlflcatlon all '
totaling bait It'would cost them around civilian personnel To give

ere Issued by. he city dur- A small portion $6 per 120 pounds committees and other un Idea of the enormous quantities -
past week for construction organizations and wall always
of articled required, 20.000 BlockCompleted
l of the row of bar
assist homeowners In
glad t
o
eke,
the entire amount be- sheets are necessary to Initiatethe
stained In only three per- racks at the labor 5 Amendments landscaping their properly by activity

where 2.000 : moving trees, transplanting shrubbery -
camp Are Approved little
Q and helping/ In other ways. Very Illness In anticipatedat
1 largest permit was Issued I- ,, :' white and 2,000 I The attractive grounds surroundIng the camp because of the

wman Register, local gaso- negro laborers are Five amendments to the basic the evidenceof healthfur climatic conditions The

[dealer and garage operator. :! 14 finding food and : law of Florida will be written / his interest light plant in beautlflcntlon.are beneficiary rays of the Florida Will lie Used To
an been Into the Constitution of the state,
authorized to build sun will 'eliminate to a great ex
ei t shelter for arounda Besides his wife Mr. Clark Is Handle Berries!
Wont while
by 64-foot one-story a sixth was rejected. It was tent the severities of cold and

P re of concrete blocks, with a dollar a day determined by the election last survived by one son Merton F. their attendant aftermath. The Next Season

V roof, to cost $15,000.00. The Food is plain and week. Clark of Starke, and three brothers (Continued on page eight)
Fred M. and S. 'Warren Work has been completed'on
building will be constructed beds are bunks, Returns show. that only about
1 Walnut street immediately but It beats sleep- one-eighth of the registered voters Clark of Charlton City, Mass., an auction block at the State

1 of his present garage loca- Ing and eating In In the state and only about and Homer L. Clark of Norwalk, Roll Call Drive Farmers' Market here for the

and work was begun this j the woods, the one-sixth of those who actually Conn. Now Under WayThe purpose 0 f handling BradfordCounty's

by Ben F, Hall, holder of men say participated In the general election The Rev. Robert Cole, of the future strawberry crops.
"ntract : First Congregational Church of The building Is 32x48 feet and
voted on the amendments. annual Red Crows Roll Call

e permit was Issued Novem- Timekeepers The amendments. which car- : Charlton, had charge of the brief drive got under way here Mon consists of a central platform,

.. ( 1 ried, provided for a state parole services at the funeral parlors.Mr. day with Chairman N. D. Wainwright with "grandstand" seats for the
tee Clark was an active member bidder facing a raised dlas for
> commission Jr., reporting that D.,
November an even split of race
11 O. the
P. Parrish of the Presbyterian Church of auctioneer On each aide of
Witt C. Jones took the first
lMuea track revenue between the 67
a 12.000 for the platform,
permit under the main
sand the Bland Starke.
y, on membership, contributing $2:) to
"g a 20 foot by 20 foot,. one a t n reservationtit counties of the state, a seventh roof, Is a driveway which growers
'. frame o g justice for the state supreme the cause* The standard membership -

residence construction located on,' Grand metal + -s- makes many spots court, abolition of the state ad Mrs. Susan Hall fee Is $1, but as much .as may their use loads: to of"run berries through"with
b Inaceasible giving
't by I desired be paid.
between valorem tax for state purposes may
Eleventh Street mobile. The bidders a chance to see the offerings
auto
y p Mrs. Susan Hall 60, died Friday
Road 48. l and extension of tax exemption Mr. Walnwrlght stated that ,
'' .:rs; horses add a note November 8, at the home ofa
150 er+ I I ito I all widows. The amendment material have been sent to sub- The
permit was taken by I + of color and ro9'rt son, J. K. Hall, three miles west auction block was built
E, J rejected authorized the legislatureto I chairmen In all parts of the under the of
Dowling for screening mance to a scene I of Starke. She had been III for supervision H. L.
lrcl> at her Christian '.. : prescribe the number of cornmlaslonere' I county and the State farm and Long, construction superintendentwith
Street"ice that Is otherwise only two or three days.
to a- districts and would I he anticipates no difficulty In,, the State
be Marketing Board
used as I mech-
a room. strictly I Mrs. Hall born In this '
was
have extended the terms of such reaching Bradford County's quota and cost around $850. Funds
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it Berries 1r anized. commissioners from two to four, county on March 22 1880, the of 300 memberships. i were provided by the Board of
of the late Mr. and Mrs
daughter
I years. I The business section of town County Commissioners and the
rfn To Ripen E D. Futch. She was married will be canvassed within the next State.It .
In 1899 to W. Hall who
Bus ServiceLacy Mrs Bernice Spear Joseph few days the chairman said, and Is expected that an additional
Democratic Bouquet Special survive. her.
1 J. 3 Norman Lawtey It Is planned to sell membershipsfrom ".000 square yards of paving will

' known grower and shipper) Mrs. H H. Keen of Hellbronn Conway, Starke bus agent, Mrs Bernice Spear died at her In addition to her hU"ba.nd'l booths set up on Cull St. be put down In the area north of
the home In Keystone Heights Sat Mrs Hall Is survived
honor of bringing the that begin- y the market for the convenienceof
I"Pe strawberries of the curl brought an artistic arrangementof announced yesterday urday night at 9:30 o'clock, afteran children: Mr*. H. C. Ripper Jack Arrest Increase farmers using the auction

aeIKon to the Telegraph's ofMr. four large fully-ripe strawberries ning Monday morning the Florida Illness of several years sonville; J. R. Hall, Starke; Mrs. block.

Norman picked two fastened on a background of Motor Lines are adding a specialbus Mrs. Spear was born at Cottonwood C B, Emory, New Berlin; Mrs. 100 PercentOld Strawberries were sold by the

red< specimens Monday nar- dark green leaves to the Tele- running between Gainesvilleand Ala., In 1894 and wa R. A. Masters. Jacksonville; J. auction method for the first Urn

[ beating F. M. Garrett of office Thursday. "This bou Jacksonville. The new bus united In marriage to Burt W. D. Hall New Berlin, and Mrs. John Barleycorn seem here last season, and the results

e, who brought In one ripe graph leaves Gainesville and comes to Spear in 1025 at Quincy, Fla. R. L. Parnaby Jacksonville. Two blissfully unaware of the boom were generally regarded as favor-

* the next day. quet Is in honor of the Democratic -I Starke and passengers taking this Besides her husband she is survived brothers. R. W Futch of Doctors going on now In Starke and seem- able.

, O. Collins/ farmer and Party" Mrs. Keen said "and bus can make Camp Blending bus by one son. Jimmy, of Key Inlet, and L. tl. Futch of ingly .Is trying to create a boom

1 bus driver; reports consld- was grown by one of us un- connection., Conway' said. The stone; her mother, Mrs Jessie Lawtey also survive. of his own-In the city Jail. A I Asks Restrictions '

e bloom 'on 'hf 'hungry p e 0 pie' the bus leaves for Jacksonville at 7:40 Russ" of Chattahoochee; two sis Funeral service were held Sun- perusal of the Mayor's Docket: I
plants', only bungry
n weeks from the time they speaker for Wlllkle was talking o'clock A. M.< and returns to ters.Mrs Mary Colquett of Chat day afternoon at three o'clock at ; Wednesday showed that 10 far On Pool Rooms I

**(, He has as as about several weeks ago." The Starke from .Jacksonville In the tahoochee, and Mrs. Evelyn Pitt- Pine Level Church with the Rev : this month 18 arrests have been ,

Blooms -on, one hill.many Keens have set out 36,000 plants afternoon at 4:20: o'clock.:* Ten man of Bellevlew; and one Robert Witty of Jacksonville of- i made 13 on the charge of drunkenness J. T. Quigley local lumber i

and they are looking fine la spiteof minutes later 11 departs 'for brother L. 8. RUSH of Miami. ficiating' He was assisted by the I ; or 72 percent. Last month, dealer and ,conductor of the HIIiII -
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Action the dry weather. Gainesville. Funeral services were held at Rev. W. B. 'Hall of Starke. Interment : October, over 40 arrests we r e I slon Hall and Tabernacle here,

Wewahltchka Monday afternoon was In Dyal Cemetery : made and the percentage arrested I appeared before the City Council

Ust' week' Telegraph, page Officials Visit Camp Births This WeekMr. at,, 3 o'clock. under ,the direction of DeWItt C. on charges of drunkenness ran at Its meeting here ''Tuesday

-aa stated Jones it about the same. night and requested that a city
thai. MUa Carolyn '
* the p..x. A. Carnival Senator Claude Pepper' and I l and Mrs. Angutf Han No Brooker News Pall bearers were H. H. Lewis, The number of arrests accord- ordinance be passed prohibiting; l''

n' was the daughter, of. Mr. Brig-General Sumter L.. Lowry Hampton boy November ,8. H M. McKae., A. ,6.: Andreu, L. Ing to comparison with last,year's pool rooms and beer parlors from

tr rs. N. j. Keen. This Is were here' yesterday to make a Mr. and Mrs Vondee Durrence, Because of the Illness of the L. Conner Melvin Futch Arthur i figure, shows a, 100 percent In being operated within a 'certain

true as Miss Keen Is the tour of Inspection of the progress Maxville, boy. November', 9. Telegraph's' correspondent Mrs McRae and Leon Conner. crease In October of 1939 only distance of "places of worship.'.

tr of Mr. and Mrs. 'Albert at Camp Blanding They 'Mr. and M,... Davis G. Parrlsh. 1.. L. Parker. In the Alachua Mrs. Hall was a member of 20 persona were arrested and No set distance wad. brought:

The Telegraph hopes all were driven over the reservation Maxville girl. November 10. County Hospital, there are no Faith Temple I' n Jacksonville) drunkenness figured In only about out In'the'discussion 'and the'

rated will forgive the mis- In one of the Army's new recon- Mr and Mr. Milton D. Carter,I' Items from Brooker in the paper where she taught a Sunday School CO percent of the cases Instead of council did not take any definite '

naisance car*. Starke, boy, November 12. this week clans for many years nearly three-tourth.. action on Mr. Quigleys request.. "





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: f (I Palatka, where It la being pre- White members Pout of Number the Jones-Lanuford-66. The American I and In ..llex.' ','t'I',
Audit pared. Legion State: of artY eha ,sal, and r(
School What Do You Know About WallaceFarm Florida shall x.j,+ "

The bill of the Tax Assessor be which members In a corporation of the Corporation not for Director. ....,It., a Th""... ""II'

for extra work in assessing profit. The affairs of the Cor.pormlon Florida v rid.'h,
Aid Is Chin Concern for the Board of Pub- are, to be managed and .roll' .
Received HereLatest Still Of VicepresidentElectWith homesteads' at all times conducted by the Of >It" ,,
4 lic Instruction bond service was ricers. of the said American Legion Iii ('IKC'I 1'1' -

Vice-President-elect Henry! Mr. Wallace should hold addi- be described as a conservative In- laid over for further considera- Post. The By-I>aw. of the Corporation l'Ol\1'1( \I, lxtll'1\
are to be made by the "TI'rp / 'I\
Report Agard Wallace wielding the gs4e, tional authority over the Senate ternationalist. During his years members of the laid American (
of Agriculture he tion.The Legion Post and may be altered Burt F li YxII1\l txj'tl: f
auditof ,
Shows HeavyIndebtedness as Secretary recent
over the United States Senate. through the Implication that report of the amended or rescinded by a two- "', ,
FiAI' that to be took time to learn Spanish and la I the Board of County Commissioners thirds. vote of the said members -ve. nuplnai' '
body can expect hapf President 'Roosevelt in selecting
a strong believer I In Pan American Clerk of the Circuit The highest amount of Indebtedness Bertha T, K"K., ,
strictly at work- I Htm for his or liability to which the Cor- 11, r r
g especially wlteA I running mate, wisheshe This makes It possible "'1"""'"'
; '; The report of the audit madeon co-operation. Court County Tax Assessor, poration may subject Itself shall It app a, '' ,,
,1 the books of the Bradford It comes to Improving the lot ot t ( Vlce-President to succeed him that he as a personal repre- Sheriff, and the County Judge, not exceed Five Thousand Dollars. Pended r ii? ,II.\, ,\ i h'',, Jtfldi,
the farmer, fostering Internationa) | 1944. In addition, Mr. Wallace sentative of the President may The amount of real estate which\ above stu'd i ,"' flit.;
ordered filed. ,
a ? County Board of I'ubllc Instruc 111\ was received and the Corporation may own shall not King, th d,|, i Ihat i t lit,
'WI; lion during July August, and trade and bettering relations Wlth as a one-time Republican play a major role in the Increas- exceed Ona Hundred Thousand I. a nun"i 11, ,",,.d"i I t Ih.r'ln'
II Latin America. These are tlre and as one of Washington's ingly Important collaboration now KOTICK Dollars. The subscribers to the of FIOH.IU: Jd,, ?f ..h '
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September by state auditor Charter and the Officers to State fnkn.w, "r" 'iHni,
received recently by of the Issues In which the fortAe pleasanteat personalities Is not being: outlined In the English and Notice l is. hereby given to all I the affairs of the Corpora cuttduct over til- :tg, 'I", "" Plai' ,
Moore was '?' ,
Secretary of Agriculture sho'Pel\ expected to find It hard to make Spanish-speaking parts of the fllednmy arennrt ncern and recelpishand tion until the next annual election I Itis l. ther..f. ,,,,, '" yronr' .
School "
Superintendent -
Middleton
W. E. "dor'd
Dr. of Officers of non-resld-, ,
t h. above .
SSx.l named ''I I l Ih
Sr ll since July, The himself most Interested dut'ibEj; his weight felt in the sometimeshltrcJtohandl& -: New World. will on the 10th the day County of December Judge American Legion Post. are R. J.IAlll hereby r"'IUIo, ,',"d'""""nt, l b.
} twoyear'perloll his eight yearein office. Senate. It Is Interesting to note that mo. apply to for nisrharffeas Turner, Commander; S.- T. Weldon, I of "II"'I.lulnl" to apps I> .,
audit covered a 'I of Bradford County Vice-Commander If on or befor. ,"L"'d :" ,
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A. J.
Unlike his Vlce- of Estate of. ; Thomas M "
predecessor JCbl\ Like his Cabinet of the new Administratrix (
colleague Sec- one of the sisters of
from July 1, 1938 to June 30 ,1 '''B"ed. Finance Officer; and N. D. Waln- Dec"IIII> A tV' the %,
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Nance Garner the newly elected* of State Cordell to Charles Iturlo C. 'H-lljernfer Jr., I the all"ICK""II" I'M. ,
of this year. The late A. J. Grif- retary Hull, the President Is married Emma M. Helberger. wrlght Adjutant t|,. nl bllli"
f superintendent during this : Vice-President Is neither a palm new VIce-President has been outstanding Bruggman, Swiss Minister In I one of the Adm'rn of said estate Anyone objecting to the Issuanceof fndantxs "nfe..B.rtd by
fis. was ra
? the said Charter: will please bel
I
tlclan nor a politician's man. IA lit his determination another Is mar- 4t
dogged while It
period. Washington, 4t 11-29 present and present their,, objections IH further., ,
fact, there Is good reason to he" to carry things through to' ried to Per Wljkman, serving In li-8 at the time and place above,lord..r .... ."
i Mr. Moore stated: I for cnnxePRlvpnnreln
; In his report, n&med." FOIII'
lieve that much of the opPf14l1. completion when once he starts the Swedish Legation In Helsing- CIR1'I'l' r..dfol.d .k.
"Tb' finances of the board of rornT i.v AND JONES-LANOFOttD-WIMTE POST \nunry Teiraly
Till ,
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lion to Mr. Wallace at the Ctli- them. This was shown in his fora. l .
instruction are In fair con- V 0 K MKAIIKOKU I 0 1 >' 11F'LOItID M'llHKK 68, THE AMERICAN State.pobllxhed In .Id
public cago convention Came from Just two decades of successful effort Of Mr, Wallace's three children I. .. t.lv. LEGION, STARKE. FLORIDA. 1'hix () Gem
rfitlon considering the way the that fact and from the fourth I. ('11t'F'1lY: By R. J. Turner, Commander. ( I'Llrber" lard, 1910
affairs have been handled xxx. professional politicians' knowledge fret !It was also shown In his,wllling- Henry Wallace in line, has elected YS- By J.Clivult r' /,",,
Revenues from state sources have here was a potential Vice-Prebl-l beak to desert the party of his farming as an occupation so far. 'Irven 1'':. Bernard. Defendant,whose ')'0 WHOM IT MAY CO>TKHV Gerald I It II Hari,Erll\" 'Deputy r
and 63.7 To IKVKN I K. tIBKNAUU.
tart been 63 percent percent dent, and perhaps President, who father and grandfather, both of He runs the Wallace farm near residence: Is unknown. TAKE NOTICE: THAT a 1932:. Chevrolet 807 Law Prhung;: I1Ulldln.

4' each year respectively. Budgets was not Interested In their garfXe- Whom were famous throughoutthe Des Moines Iowa The second It IB hereby ordered that you appear Coupe Engine No. 3271083, Complainant Ja'k".n\'lIh 'I" S"lh.It"",
r t have not been properly preparednor on December 11, 1S40 to a Serial No. 8BA10R-14020. bearing I I
Failure i Since the founding: of'the Repab Middle 'West for their Republican son. Robert B., is doing graduate Ulll of Complaint filed against you Motor Vehicle Tag No. 11-3878, withan 0liIY i I

strictly adhered to. lie the professional politician l>tu* agrarianism when he became k at the University of Wisconsin In the above entitled rnrdered appraised value of less than (il41II' t'olll'I' I H
mlllage against and It In Lurtherthat 000, was soiled In Bradford nu.t 01' q
to levy proper cauxe U'-I 1/lql
avoided that class of social Cl"4l11i" convinced that it could notpuah sin, while the daughter Jean is a \ thin order be publlnned 1 once Florida October B, 1940, for llll \1'1. FINOTI(1E
+ r ), t DomcHtenda to take care of general der to which Mr. Wallace belongs-: through aid for the Nation'sfarmers sophomore at the Connecticut Col- each week for four consecutive UM",d In the violation of Section I : ( (; Ti" 1111! kill:
fond time warrants (bonds;) While Vice-Presldent week In the Bradford County 9. Chapter 19301 Laws. of I Lillian 111111..,, 'E.'EXDA
Gartlvl' .
resulted In defaults and lege for Women. Telegraph a newspaper published 1939, and that It la the intentions I'lulllllfl
baa served President Roosevelt with, As Secretary of Agriculture he Unlike her colleague at the !In Bradford County Florida.: of Thos. W. Long Dlr..ctor.Itat./ .. -vx.
4 4. Judgement was entered recently his knowledge of politics and poll pleaded, fought and worked for I White House Mrs Wallace Is little Witness mv hand and neal at : BeVeraure Department of Florida Roy E. Millo!,
against a portion of those in de Starke, Bradford County, Florida,I Tallahassee Florida: to sell the 1' f"lIdlll1''
tlclans Mr. Wallace Is expectedto bls> agricultural adjustment program ; known throughout the coun- thin November! 8th 1940. property above described at public 1o.T: Till': I'A If '
fault. Failure to budget, certain OFFICIAL. SEALA.: J. The-n a x .sale In front of the Court Houseat 0. FLUI1IUA
serve him through h I s Vb" despite the attacks of politicians 'try, having taken little part in ( Bradford (itlkETl1cd:
Hems properly and payment of Clerk, Circuit Court, Starke "Florida at 10:00: A. M. denVe': tog i to: 11,11., ,
caused! wavering devotion to New Deal within the Democratic her husband's campaign and hav- County Florida. )I on November 20 1940. ,18 IIl1kl, ,, .wi?, sin
items not budgeted have principles especially those ut Party, the Incredulity of many ing avoided all publicity during iK.: I'erryman, The State Beverage Department of You are herobl, required
over-expenditures of budget totalsIn Attorney for Plaintiff. 11-8 4t 11-2S Florida reserves. the right to reject pear to the'silt, ,of,
18134 reciprocal trade agreements fa.cn farmers, and the Internationalchaos ,his secretaryship. Those who I any and all bids. against you h. ,. |It,, ""Vla", ,"'
violation of Chapter ''In
Income purity and the necessity" of the past half decade or know her .say however that if All persona claiming any right or, December, 2nd A f n 1910 I .r
Acts of 1937 (State Law). 1VOTICR Interest In or to said property or further I>", "
for the
United States to play o isO. Mr. Wallace succeeds to the presi- BRADFORD COl'NTY FLORIDA I 'any part thereof are hereby required published. In Ih.Br.SiV'Telegraph ',
"(Bradford County) Schools strong role In International W Despite his midwestern, rural dency in 1944 Mrs. Wallace will November 4th., 1940. to appear and make such a iiewsMiri'

have been operated for eight fairs. background, Mr. Wallace might do honor to the White House\ NOTICE' IS HEREBY OIVEN,, :claims the date. within of the thirty first(30) day from each In Bradford week ('.luinl., pLST'
month termti at lens that the that pursuant to Section 8 0 lChapter foi I four Con
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notice
-"- 'this an provided for by Sec-I weeks.
laws f Florida I'
tale average for teachers' salaries .re.r 182'.ttl.! 0 the MUItI'HY I tlon 13. Chapter 19301, Law Witness my hand and J
of known
that be janitor ser- Arts 1937 an .Florida 1939, to the State BeverageDepartment seal this 2Hlh
they given
Tuition day of
and cost of education per LoweredBy ACT. the following demrlbedland : Oclob
They Say: Florida, of Florida at Tallahassee 'OFFICIAL SKA U, Al, M, !
W.
vice. M. Morrow principal, In Bradford County,
pupil." The audit shows that the Florida or all such rights Clerk of Circuit Court J
School Board was Instructed to obtain an estimate will be offered for Hale at public 1\.1\ I
cost of education per pupil in outcry for the highest and bestcash
1938 -"'" on the repair work and It bid subject to the right of I I
In $47.94and
this was
county
Tuition for the TruBteen. of the Internal Improvement FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
Tallahassee, IHo, rates out-of-state was agreed that the school could .
In 1939 $51.64.. Fund to reject any and
( T read with Interest yoilf children attending school In have janitor service provided that all bide at the Courthouse beginning Many 'Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to L_
"A loan Moore's report continued editorial "You Bradford lowered at 10:00: o'clock A. M. on the
Hungry People County was the budget can be amended and EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS
.. A. 1>. 1940, SERVJCK j
"of approximately $8,000or 2nd., day of December
and think It a very good one. from $5 per month to $3 per sufficient funds placed in the Item Kusement: for road right of way ,MODERATE: PRICES
$10,000 xxx will likely be necessary You might be Interested to month at the regular meeting of that pays janitor salaries. 200 feet wide will be reserved from
to operate adequately the the School Board here November any parcel through which there !Is DeWITT' C. JONES'sharks
know that our recommendation of .
county committee The the an existing State Road
schools for eight months thisyear had 1,000 handbills reproduced 4th. The charge for add 1 Lawtey trustees that Mrs,, Loca All tlNor\ MWt* A. r:\V>4 of FloridaSMITH'S
xxx. District Interest and tjonal children, where than HVV'4\ R of niver, Sec 29, Twp 5 S,
funds In from this editorial for distribution more Whitten be apolnted to fill the K 21 K., 40 Acres.All .
Inking "are reasonably here. erne trom a family attends, was vacancy caused by illness of Miss' NVt of SKVt & Nof AW11.1''
good condition. lowered from $2.50 to $2. 8 of River, tiec. 30 Twp. 5 S.,
J. P. Love, chairman Lean. Helen Jones was accepted.M. I'I'I K.;: 40 AcrVs.SWli .
The audit showed current billsowed County Democratic Com The action was taken following I R. Driver asked of NK'/i & 8K:'4 of S\V'4'\
of permissionto & NWV of Sec 12 6 S.
tn the amount $12,888.37with complaints from of the SKV4 Twp
mittee. some newcomers Install bus stations bus 120 1k
on the It. 21 K. Acres.N'j
only $618.15: In cash on hand In town who charged routes without cost to the Board, of HSVi/4\ of NRVi, S"c.5:\ 4gRffflI
to pay them with leaving a deficit that the rate adopted last month II Twp 6 a., H. 22 K., 20 Acres
t. of 12270.22 (as of June Philadelphia, Z'8. the sides of the station to be used NWH of NlOi/4 of NEUi' Sec. S,
Being a part time visitor In WM exhorbltant. The tuition fee the sides of the stations to be used Twp. 7 S. It. 22 E., 10 Acres.All .
>>.} of \ E of Less
was said to be because NWH XEV Hy.
Clay County I always read the necessary was given permission to Install S. 3 Acres.7 A. Sec. 5 Twp 7 B.H. .
General fund time warrantsor Telegraph when there. I marvelat Of a shortage of school funds, them. 22 1-;., 7 AcresS.
( bonds, as they are sometimes the 101 which made it Impossible to take 3 A. of NVVi/4 of HK'4: K of
percent support your Ry., Sec. 5 Twp. 7 8.. R. 22 E., 3 Do Your Trading
called) which have "been neglected paper gives our great ( ?) PrEI'I-!i care of any additional students at Acres
altogether for the last tewyears" dent. Sorry to that the this time. Board Meeting Lot 2 In ,HiitHonx Addition to
say ave\- Hampton, Sec. 19 Twp. 7 S., R. 22:. where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware
show a deficit of $30,650 age native there has no opportunity The Board announced the fol- Unusually Short Id
tn matured bonds an'd Interest to learn what is going on lowing holidays for all school. In "BIX 8 Sub Div? of NE<4 of NWH. given away with every $t0 in t tn
Sec. 30 Twp. 7 S., It. 22 .I!:., 4
ooupons. Since June 30, 'when In this great country. I am eh- the county: Armistice Day, half The Bradford County Board of Acres or certificates.

this audit period ended the closing clippings that may be rf holiday; all Thanksgiving Day, County Commissioners adjourned 'fHI'I
United States court In Jackson- interest to your readers. In coq November 28, and the following,, "IMPROVEMENT'LA. FUND STATE O*; in c ash if GARAGE

/ villa upheld a suit against the elusion would<< say that 95 percent Friday. Christmas holidays will at noon Nov. 4th., after "the By A. J. Thomas, Agent Trustees You Choose

chool board forcing the levy of. of the negro vote will be begin December 21 and end January shortest regular session In many I. I. Fund Bradford County. e STARKE FLORIDA

a. IQ-tnlU tax on nil homesteads I cast for the would-be destroyerof : 5, 1941. I years." '

In the county, the revenue of: the 150-year: third term tradition The Board! has held \IOT. ( K
The Board received a letter ,I several TO WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN;: : :
which will be used In liquidation : from special sessions NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:
trustees of the Hampton I recently and has
of these defaulted bonds and I )I that the undersigned .IONICS-
-Telegraph Reader, district requesting that repairs,, caught up with most or Us outstanding lAN: their Interest. This week Taxi be made to their building, and BEH fit), THE AMERICAN LI'OION.1
Assessor tl. W. Hayes has reopened (Ed. Note: The Telegraph's\ I. business. As one member located at tltarke\\ Florida. will, on
Saturday '''1' 30th A. 1>.
n the 1940 tax roll, which Philadelphia, reader evidently accepts often wonder, however whynortherners expressed it, "I guess every- 11)40) at 10:00: o'clock In the fore-, E. 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard
'
t luul already been approved by the fallacious belief of sour fume over these I I. body Is too busy now to come noon, or its soon thereafter as. the Bay
appointments -. same may he heard, apply to the Overlooking Bayf ront Park and Biscayne)
the commissioners to make the of before us for the usual I complaints .
our northern friends that the In political years Honorable A. Z. AdklnH. at his of-
necessary corrections In compli average Southerner Is an ignorant when they profess such concern : applications for pensions fice In the Courthouse' In Starke; Opposite Union Bus Station
Florida, for
Charter,
a said Charter
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i ance with the court's order cuss who lies flat on his back in tot the negro race at other etc. The commissioners were tn be Issued In the name of

"The finances of the board" the noon-day sun, and let's the times) I mighty thankful for the after- "RflADFOHI' COIINTY F A I U MIAMI'', FLO K I D A

stated the report, "appear to rest of the world go hang. F"or ,noon oft, though, no matter what I JONKS-I..AN11POIID-WH1TK ASSOCIATION.,: ; "INC ORPORATKD.I'OHT

have been fairly well managed.The clippings telling of the appointment Gainesville, Fla. the cause. I NL'MBEK: 88. '\' II AMERICAN One Block From Shopping District And Amuseme
IjEtllON. to have
records are reasonably well of negro Benjamin O. Davis Seems like I can't do without I Before adjourning, the names of business In Starke Its prUx'Ipalplace Flor:

kept under the uniform systemof to rank of brigadier general In home-town paper My daughter of Thomas O'Neal and Mrs J. B. 1 ida, to provide authority for the SUMMER RATES UNTIL DECEMBER I

accounts. The minutes are the U. S. Army and of negro also likes for me to get It so Manus were stricken from the said sponsor. American a Fair Legion Exposition" Post, and to Single Room with Bath-$1.50\ ; Double Room with Balh$

recorded In a minute book but Judge W. H. Hastle as civilian !she' can read the school items pauper roll. other amusements. and to engage

not at all times signed by the aide to the Secretary of War, ve about her old chums. I The Board agreed to pay for In the same'to ,be annually.formed under The Corporation the- MIAMI'S MOST POPULAR4HOTEL.uwxo.Y1

chairman, and have not been attested thank Philadelphia Reader. We -Mrs. Kvle Johnson. hauling mole cricket poison from above name shall exist for a period
by the superintendent at ....- of ninety.nine years; a II active .

any time, ( prior to July 1, ) ,
1940)1'
The audit showed

In Bradford .to be less than the I

5 late average tho bus expenses I

higher than the averaKe. The 37- :

page contained detailed
report
expenses receipts,

debts 0 wed. transfers, investments -

etc. M vi

The report Is at present on file

lit the superintendent's office in t$ I Compare it with of Price
the courthouse and. as are alii It cars any

othor public records Is open to -

public inspection. ;; pI'S ndGe3hepg'

Make or Size . the JVeW- 1941

Save Oil Company i coe \ !le- ; -

Opens Station Here f "t'M tpo'. S CYe RIDE istot

o \>'1.' 'oE '**'
j One of ,'ft, ne-w. the '
the most attractive service a s so' ,
stations yet constructed in :: fou'1 5'3.1 its ids so*? ing\Y (ab'i6nesi- r rr
[,
Starke was opened for business "be s*

this week by the Save 011 Co., at' '' t ,.. re- cbtiO"s. the tnostine .lea

Inc. Located on Temple Avenue ., a Youu agMe t bui\t.' and Bcl
Road it Is of brick e"e .u\
( 13)) construeU.'nn 'r tofdca ICUferity
and cant In the neighborhood 1 1.t' f'a" % Yfovc, -nC-w t\1osn ? told V-ft )

H.OOO. \e1o"\Y u

'TYIe rapidity with which It was j, s \ tcan'cd a c any tnleundiyo,' .,r I': r

built-three weeks from start to '4'x n. y a't considet' .. ,..

ttnl probably sets a new record Don uKi'* ''H. '
ctit

,for Igh Starke quality.construction. of this saAlfli,* ,an dace< u- .


Walter Tonge, formerly o f
d
Woullrle, Ga., ht l manager of the '
s rr4+
elation and promises "excellent lr

rrvtce 24 hours a day"


1 Small. Blaze Wednesday 1_ 9. "

+ _I -. WBKE

The fire truck was called out

shortly after 8:30: o'clock Wednesday __

Nov 13th., to extinguish
4
: a blazing gasoline pump at Con- ,

e' 'g way's Service Station. Employes li

j; fit the station had the fire under ''

( control before the fire truck ar- J. W. ANDREWS Jr.

rived, however. The fire was
&
caused by a lighted match dropped !

:4 carelessly Into a puddle of '>* rf>ii ui..'.. i .a >.rt i>

E l r, pilled gasoline near the pump. Starke, Florida tJ .'1


Typewriter ribbon ok- all kind

for sale at the Telegraph office.
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dford High Journal I The Time-Honored Third Term Tradition that their duties will be to take here this week prayer meeting and Sunday I,'.'

Has 'Gone car of the traffic on all of the Mr. and, Mrs. Alton Dobbs and School at Heilbronn B apt I. 0 f':'
ra With
The Wind'I reservation where work Is In pro- baby and Mrs Ines Kelly and Church .every 1st and 3rd Sunday y l'

son "Donald were visiting Mr. service
Prayer Wednesday j I
SIY NUMBER FOfRTKKN: I and third term tradition-part ,.! did not supply the clear-cut test gress.A group including deputy and Mrs Arch Dobbs Sunday afternoon night and Sunday School Sunday : '

I parcel of American political I comparable to 1940. sheriffs and watchmen under I morning at 10 o'clock. Everyone 1:

JOt"RS.\L: ST.\FF be the superintendent of a New history.- for a century and a half In 1912 Theodore Roosevelt en- Whiting will patrol the property Mr. and Mrs C C. Crosby, invited.. >I "

l. S. Jack Halle I I York Life Insurance Company. the WHS Roosevelt swept aside triumph.It last. week In 'teredi the presidential lists on the belonging to the constructor day Mrs. J. R Kelly, and Mrs Beulah ;t ,

In.cblet Betty Green Melba Moody-I would like was the first Bull Moose ticket against Wilson and night. The property consists Kelly were in Gremlin Sunday< PINE LEVEL I'
clear-cut
test I I the Democratic candidate and
1 tAltor Opal Peele to be the captain of the Queen of the old tradition. It was the for the most part of materials Mr. and Mrs Warren Kelly By :Mrs II. \. McRae i
William Howard Taft, regular ,:
and
yporw Buddy Davis Mary.Freddie first time the electorate had equipment. and children, Vonclle and Shirley, t
ever nominee.Roosevelt .
Sadie Prince Wlmberly would expressed Iself Republican Colonel Kelly designated Maj.T. were visiting relatives of this section Mr. and Mrs. T, N Norman
polnlS Grace Green like to own the Rexall Drug subject. And the directly verdict on the succeeding the assassinated M. Rogers as post fire mar- Sunday. and baby and Mrs. Eldon Sapp t t> ,

'N Peep Mack Futch Stores. by millions of votes rndered !I McKinley as President shal. Moore will be his assistantand l Miss Carrie Alvarez of Pine 1 and! little son, Rudolph, all of t' ,
gave Franklin In 1901 served out of
Scout part one
i Melba Moody D Roosevelt n will co-operate with him In Level spent the week with her Gum Branch, were visitors at the '
a In c r easingly term in the White House and
NeW' then home I I of H. :M.. McRae ;
At there is Monday. i.
Lillian Barnes Thoughts On strong title to the distinction of was elected for a full term In every way. present couain. Miss Arsula Crosby 1'1"
club Crew no fire apparatus on the post, Mr. E. P. Gay la spendingthis : I
Irla being the first man ever elected 1904. On the night of that victory Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Nortonof
phles Character but equipment has been requisi" I week with her son-in-law ;
Marie D. and to the presidency three times he Issued a statement that Tampa were guests of Mr. and and
al tioned. There are two pickupfire daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. R. :
Ferrol Jones President Roosevelt was the he considered the first three Mrs. W. R. Halslop Thursday .
By yearsas trucks which would help out Hall. :, :
Louis Jordan eleventh chief '
I executive In
the chief executive equivalent to a t I ,
A. C. Edgar Wilkinson Mary Townsend nation's history to confront the full term. Calling the tradition In an emergency. SAMPSON CITYBy Misses Lucile and Haven Crosby 1' f'f'I :

Special Reporters Have you ever tried third term problem. The Issue. against a third term a "wise custom With this police set-up functioning Ales. S. E. June of Sunny Brook Farm were dinner : ., !,
Parker comparing played a I smoothly, the major problems guests of Mrs H. M. McRa
Townsend, jeanette human character with flowers major part In the heated he said he would] never .1
Try It sometime and ? campaign waged against him. accept nor seek another nomination of handling the Thirty-first Mrs. Sllra Goodge and Mr*. Sunday. r
you will Throughout the Division when it comes is greatly Etta Fae Warren I
find that It works weeks of electioneering were visitors Wilson and Johnle Smith spent
Editorials For example, have pretty well. numerous demands were Rued Statement minimized Major Hurlbert tins here Wednesday tho week-end with home folk at I t
gathering you ever been heard for a constitutional limiton It was a statement! Roosevelt had a background worthy of this Horace Varnrs made a business Live Oak. Y

TO ME and started a to bouquet of flowers the number of years a chief later rued. He once told an Intimate Important post. He Is from Duval trip to Jacksonville Wednesday. Mac Townsend spent Sunday '
a few more days pick a flower that and to school In
are Just executive County went Jack Rose was visiting his
seemed to be more beautiful may serve. that he would cut off his night with relatives at Branford.
thanksgiving! / of, so the we things ought all the rest, only' to find than Ills Last Term right arm at the wrist. to recall Jacksonville. He was with the grandmother, Mrs. S. E. Jones. Mra. 11:. E. Taylor of BranfordIs
thinking upon Whether Mr Roosevelt's motor transport! unit during the Wednesday evening
suc- It.
closer visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
'e, to be thankful for this that! its observation stem of the flower cess at the polls would Intensify Despite' It, however, Roosevelt World War In France. He received Mi. and Mrs. Willis Dyal have Under hill. i
was too
short to or diminish the urgency of such Iran In 1912 his his commission! a second moved to the Triangle filling 1
partisans
fit Into a vase properly? I have I arguing I Elder W. E. Hall of Green Cove
the most outstanding of demands was uncertain. lieutenant In 1923: ; hU captaincyIn station on Road 13. ;
of The that (here was no third term f
|I believe Is the fact that had this experience and I know President however has given the question They contended that the military police In 1929, and :Mrs. W. H Smith and Mrs. Springs was visiting friends here

li i Is still a democracy and 1 1"pes you probably have too. It Is the nation his assurance that his third I I he had been chosen vice president his majority In the Infantry reserve Artford Brown. made a business Saturday. '

of being one a long same meet. way You with some people you iterm---which he sought because of for the four years during in 1935.GUM tip( to Jacksonville Friday I I

PIe, We have been very when meet someone who, |I the "Rreat storm raging" In the which be succeeded! McKinley, Mrs. T. H, Hill and! sons, Louieand FLA. SrtTE FARM i iI ,

|to have as fine a presidenthave you first see them, appear I worldwould be his last. and therefore had been given BRANCH Bud, also her diiughter-ln- Ily 111"llIry: Townsend
to be beautiful
and most of us, are specimens of the Jlr Roosevelt never mentioned only one actual term as Presi- Ity Allow Ix-llrt llarnaff law, Mrs. Ruth Hill, spent the I ti 1
human race. Then, when Mr. and Mrs. Reese of ''
|Fat he will continue on as you get I the third term Issue In his brief dent by the people. He finished! day Saturday In Jacksonville. Bradley ,
lader, to know them, better, you discover campaign but In his speech at third! \In the 1912 contest Mr. and Mrs Homer Stems of Mrs.. 1D.: I Jones and! Horace Jacksonville visited the latter j ;
where you how shallow they are what lack Cleveland, Ohio, I Michigan are spending sometime VnrncH were visiting! In Pulatkl1Sunlay parents, Mr. and Mra. J. H.I j. '
krlca is a place 'I Saturday night The only President to seek a .
of character they possess anJ he I here with her parents Mr. and morning.Mr. Hundley, over the week-end. .1"1'. '
predicted thnt the
ways have something to bej nation third term nomination after being I ,
that they are no longer beautiful' Mrs J. N. Norman. Friends of Mia. Ira Young will '
and Mrs Van .
for It has fine schools, would( teach the clear mire footIng I: elected for two full terms Dowllnir of \
rate Its young boys and In your eyes. I ahead" In the next four yearsand I was Ulysses! S. Grant The third Ottla Morgan and J. H. Wainwright Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. I'bo glad to learn that she was "U '

lacy number of churches II, Just as those flowers are not that then "there will be another i 1 term issue was used against him were" I In Bradenton on Dowltng'a brother, Lewis ParrlHh. able to return home recently from ;
fit for because business Friday night and Satur St. Vincent's. Hospital In Jackson-
'blch you are free to make use of their lack President In the White In the Republican national con- Saturday night. !
Iholce, and a thousand and of long stems BO are those people louse" i vention of 1880 and he lost the day.Bill Mr. nnd Mrs. Artford l Brown I vllle. where she underwent an op- a "
1 I! who are selfish, and Shlrly of Miami was In had as their for eration.
(her things every American greedy, who Before Mr Roosevelt decided nomination to James A, Garfield guests Sunday j a
110 be proud of. possess other examples of uglinessof to carry the third term questionto I after leading In the convention thin section on business Friday dinner, some of their relatives* Among the local people who ;;
I Mr. and Mrs, E. W, Parrish attended! the
character, unworthy of their from Miami. Rlngllng Brother i
the electorate balloting for 33: ballots.Historians ,
In Bradford High, are fellowmen's love and respect Washington and son, Pete and Mrs. Edd! Par Circus In Jacksonville.. last Sat- E'' .
I thankful for the fine I Jefferson.:!! Madison, Monroe. Jackson still dispute what the {
sup- rlsh were' gUt"IItR of Mr. and Mm urday were Mr. and :Mrs.. San-
fiJent, principal and teach- flowers There Is one main differencein 1 Grant Cleveland, Wilson. real attitude of the nation's John demons Monday I WOODLAWNIty{ ford Bitch and young lion, Gene, '
and character however Theodore Roosevelt and l\lr8. Oscar Carter
The fathers toward the
have coopel'aUonatudent9 Coolidge founding was
Mr, and Mrs. Alton Bola ofVirginia und Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews)
\ make the school flowers are not responsible for have had the opportunity to consider question of a third term for a and eli,1 I p
i far we have had a large their lack of long stems, whereas .. testing the precedent.The President. The constitutional con- are spending some timehere Mr. and Mrs George ParrUh family.
with Mr. and Mrs .
people have only themslves to J. H.Walnwrlght. of Starke spent lust weekend Mr. and Mrs R. H. Cox recently
|t of It, only time, however, that vention of 1787 debated the sub- .
blame for their weakness of anything like a third term Issue ject at length, but took no action with Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Carter returned home from a trip
U8 all take time for
a character. Marvin Carter wan visiting In to Orlando. The former's mother \
went td the
public was In the on Imposing a limitation--a fact
( In
moment which to re- I SUNNY BROOK Wlldwood '
these celebrated three-cornered c R m pome contend Indicates they never FARM Sunday afternoon. I accompanied them home for a !
and
(able r gratitude.things renew' The Peace EmblemBy puign of 1912 but that occasion Intended to fix a limitation Ky Miss Arnulii\ CrosbyJ. Fernle Thomas and :Mr and' visit.
I Mrs. Paul Thomas of Lake Duller Plans are beingcompleted for

-Jack Halle. I R. Kelly and William Woods were visiting Mrs. Viola White building a forty-foot addition to

I Army Will Expand Land ForcesTo made a' business trip to New here Sunday afternoon. the community hall. The addition -
Marge
Savage Means ChrysteIt 1 River Friday night Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Thompson Is to nerve as a dining room ;'
Million Men Within
was only a white design Four Months Mrs. Sivllle\ Tlson and MI'''. and S. H. Thompson were shopping which will somewhat relieve the

he past of which we think To the common passer-by; I Florrle Wills of Starke were In Storks Saturday after ''I I crowded condition which now

gruesome shudders, sav He could not tell what dreamsso ( The War Department reportedlast ppctcd that 21 strategically lo- veek-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. noon.Mrs. I I prevails at ]luncheons, parties and .
iour men's heads off, fine week that preparations are'' cateed replacement centers will be W. R. Halslop. Grace. Hurley and baby I''other' social functions. '

pi', them. Too, If we will Were given up or what men fast nenrlng completion for- expending i rendy, at least a million mm will Mrs. J. R. Kelly and Mrs O. of Lawtey were visiting Mrs,

I lt--althnugh we d o not had to die. the nation's land forces I be In the army's! olive drab uni- E. Crosby of New River were" A, ThompHon Sunday. A'j I CARD OF THANKS i I

ly like to--there were so The men of the world reveledon f 01'm. chopping In Jacksonville Monday, Mr. and Mrs J. S. We wish to thank our many :
J"civilized people who: cut to million men In the next four A record Influx: of enlistments :'11'. and Mrs. Mills Kelly and were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. friends' and relatives for their

f heads, off when -Ibeyi did _..Ia feasts i en ting rich foods and months( has swelled "regular; army ranks children Wanda and Francis, and K Norman of Hellbronn Saturday kindness during our recent be-

Of course we do not perch drinking wines; An outline o f haute training past the original g n'nf 37 ,OOO MI'.. and Mis. T Jack smlthJot'l( night, reav,ment. -The family of Mrs.

horrible things today. They had no time to spendOn plans for men to be obtained. professional soldiers Lakeland are visiting Folks, don't forget church WV R. KCr8<'Y.' ,

wet white symbolic, pure and through the select Ive service program (iuurd :Now HUH 235.001)) I IIcecold

;cose we trace for d few 'true designs. ; said the first 400.000 recruits Crsldcs the regular army, the
a aM
"t i some proceedings. Man They feasted: on, not stoppingto I would be sandwiched Into National Guard!. to be fully mobl I +

i a brain in his head with think regular: army and national guard | Ized by February, now numljet

Jo think. When any kind And talked and laughed and I I units and efforts made to turn )iI about 225,000

Plem arises, he 15", supposed passed the time away; I'i them quickly Into "efficient ener-1 I To these will be added! the 400.

Jhuhead and do the right They could not read within my geld(, self-reliant and! physically i 000 to be called up by March 18
las a result. 'Sometimes heart hardened' soldiers." i|land a like number to be mobilizedby r'I

ft, lie is Just a little weak And see my thoughts on that I C'nll 100,000 Di-uriprc! June 15.:

1 kills a man, or steals a : fair Armistice Day The pioneer 400,000 of the conscription I In the outline of plans for traInIng

mell, or gets captured by But f stood, enraptured, and program are to be moblI and housing/ selective service

|| ins on the warpath. "Off gazedAt I Ned: [ by March 15. Subsequent I recruits the War Department said

II head! and "Get hisI'rtecl the white emblem of peaceIn trainees will be put through assignment of the first 400,000 to

; the old times. Then the sky; three months of Individual f drill I regular; and National Guard unit

head gone, his means oft And as I stood thus, with eyes : at replacement centers/ before being would depend upon existing vacancies -

Were gone too. Of what raised, transferred to units in which In those units, the need
[he remainder of the body I resolved to see it better whenI most will nerve the remainder of for men of specialized qualifications

the head ? Of none at all. die.Bradford. their one year's active duty. and the availability of shelter

N It Is even today In this I By mid-March, when It is ex- food and equipment.

f> civilization" thllt many Loses

If: using their heads for Third Parties polled! In 1920 when Eugene V.
rks'
Most Game
only. Exciting I I
They might
as Debs received 919,799 votes' whilea
VI' no head at all for all Are Eclipsed
[wion It Is given. To Jasper 19.0 prisoner In Atlanta Penitentiary (
Really
for opposing the World War.
rry that In Major Test
extra
weight on :
Nulders Bradford High School boosters Tills year the Communist can-
and not make' ItWay" ,
i Flguraalvely enjoyed a real game Friday night Third parties were over- didate for President, Mr. ft row-

I today are going around many when the Tornadoes played the'phailowed[ by "the third term" In I der, was under arrest. on chargesof 'WV ,

|lr head cut off, and the Jasper Bull Dogs here. The Jasper -I I the' 1940 Presidential election last i I assumed acquiring name a passport anti his under wife an Is
lIB II whole in outfit had previously beaten week
You, the girl suffering Lake City and tied Live Oak. It So Intense the battle between slated for deportation He w/lill)
wijs)
may say:
released
on bull in order that he
Mnt' a ,'ule. and It Is my was a truly great team. the two major parties this I could.! conduct his campaign. "
!'*) ''o play dumb." Well The Tornadoes held the Hull year that only meager slices of t

of8 )ut 'In the days of Dogs scoreless until the last play votes went to minor candidate.!

|\JMth the Wind" if not 'belt of the first half. The game ended In most political races the thll": Police System

'19 the woman as well with a score! of 19-0 in favor of party vote wet not even _. d-I-" Organized
!
['man who uses her brain Jacper. This was by far the I enough to cloud the clear-cut line

ly ,and effectively, who most Interesting game of the sea between the Democratic. and Re- At Camp Blanding ci

& the pot of gold at I son and our boys fought valiently publican candidate. '
: "t[ the rainbow. against a superior foe. In Wisconsin XV. E. Hurlbort has been ap-
__ The only exception was I "
l"nd i '
-"" maue man He gave I The Bull Dogs were deep In where the State's usual pointed 1 provost marshal at Camp I Ij : M 7 c

1 "Is one to nil on and Tornado territory when one of liberal representation was threat- I j landing. and will be In charge | d A fr t j"l

think, with. What he their players went crashing ened by a three-cornered race lof all policing on the reservation '
1 t' ,
Depends upon the one through the line for a touch among Democrats, Republicans,
Rlt 'i down. 1 and Progressives.Most I !

Marjorie Thompson. Only one extra point was scored I Americans forget there J com-mander
candidates In the -' tire post guard and police systemat rx
because of Incomplete passing and were any presidential : '
ir ring Reporter the blocking of a place kick by I race except Franklin D. Camp Blanding as the camp y
McRae. Roosevelt and Wendell L. Wlltkle. Is now a Federal reservation. s de

3TION. "if the men were They were the only ones represented Colonel Kelly said all arrangements .
About the roost outstandingplay
tea far beyond the North- made when one of the I on all 48 state ballot. prior to his coming are ; f
was
tNwhat man's Job would Minor party candidates were: I cancelled, and henceforth he, asi l + P '
high to intercept -
boys leaped .
Jasper
)
and Socialist President, Norman > pout commander Is responsible '' r (, eQ;
Y Creen_i would like to a Tornado for pass touchdown.ran Thomas; Vice-President. Mynard for the proper functioning of the a : :
almost 50 yards a
'er )Fiddle,; Dnchln' orches- Krueger (I I cam p. I "r
I Play the Although the Tornadoes have Socialist-Labor--'President, John' r
piano as won- Present at a meeting held at ass
;/. he does. lost their last two games they W Alken. Vice-President, Aaron headquarters, at which Colonel

thy Green_I would like to have played their best football In Orange.: i'Kelly I outlined his plan, were d'

er' Artie Shaw's band and them. Communist-.President, Earl R. '''Lieut.. Col. J. B. Bennett. Maj. '

. ng out. Browder; Vice-President JamesW R. R. Raymond executive officer: Coca-Cola was made to
** Mathewa BIO COTTON CROP Ford. I I Major Hurlbert W G.
-Gee. I'd drive ; Cap ,I
Ie' (Carolyn Callstreet II) Florida's cotton crop for 1940 Prohibition President, Roger t Bunby. r. R. Res: J. 0. Whiting I f end your thirst pleasantly. It is delicious -

and work at the Ritz will reach ten and one-half million W Babson; Vice-President Edgar and L. C. Moor I

pounds according to a fore- V. Moorman. I A military police consisting ex- to the taste. It is refreshing.

Townsend! would re-I cast made this week by the U. S. National Greenback-President, ,. elusively of regular troops for

Ilkl1n Roosevelt of his Department of Agriculture marketing John Zahnd; Vice-president, 1 the time being will operate along And after you drink it, the sense of
at the White House. ''I service. This yield is con- James E. Yatea I I Highway No. 48, guarding en-

*mande_I would like I siderably higher than that of last Although Socialists offered'! trances to the reservation and refreshment lingers on. Thirst asks

reporter for the National year. voters an l Isolationist foreign: parts of the reservation where

hlt: magazine. I I Marketing authorities estimatean policy and a chance to express opposition military property la located. nothing more.
' Simpson of 158 pounds to conscription, the total I A
-I would like average yield I'_ safety patrol compoMed of
the football coach at the :of cotton per acre In Florida thlslyear vote they polled was not expected'to ''civilians' In uniform will be under tiF

tty of Florida. I compared with an average come up to the 870.0OO Mr Captain Gunby. Tile force was PAUSE THAT REFRESHES
I' Silcox-There are so ofa 75 pounds last year anda Thomas polled in 1932. Mr. ha the employ of the con.tnJc"tloo

a n't know which one to I ten-year average of 151 pounds. Thomas had predicted the election company but now passes. BOTTUn UNDER AUTHORITY Of THE COCA-COLA CO. BY

, The total yield Is estimated at21.0OO of President ROt geVelt.AUtime under the jurisdiction of the post STARKE COCA-COLA
BOTTLING
Crosby_i would like to'! bales of 500 pounds each Socialist high was commander, who has instructed! COMPANY'r'



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FLORIDA _gMP.+.Y, Nov.,.
PA.G& FOt.. BRADFORD COUNTY' TKLECRATH.. STABKK. ..,1RER IS. ,1

'{ in our country Hear DeW tt Lachance-Stone MarriageIs

.::1l:'I;i:;,,; II'1' SOCIETY and CLUBS Jones was'here,first and new he joined' member to enrolled the- Event Of October '31 s .


.. l 9 + .. tune of $?S mass the' spirit Miss Ethel Stone, daughter; of

Miss Martile Hemingway 1 Auxiliary Ladies i Judy Green HonoredAt '. Wish, we had more members Mrs. Clara Stone of Hampton, became
like that Get your dollar the bride of Kenneth W, A
Joined In Marriage Enjoy LuncheonThe Birthday Party ready, folks, Someone'll be Lacnance, non of Mr. and Mrs.

i. To Hal Alexander Monday of Churubusco,
Ladles Auxiliary'of the Judy Green attractive little around to sign you up W A. Lachance
r? Hear Starke Will well repre- N. Y, at a high mass Thursday
Presbyterian Church enjoyed an five-year-old daughter of Mr and
': of Miss Martlle
The marriage 8 o'clock.
%1 + .1+''a' d daughter of Mr and all day meeting beginning at 10o'clock Mrs. L. J. Green, was the honoreeat sented at the Duval County Fair morning October 31, at S
Hemingway, in St. I if'hilamena's
'4 Tuesday morning, in the a, delightful'pa.rty Thursday Sattldy Bight Among those The ceremony took place q
Mrs. Frank O. Hemingway, to Churub-
afternoon doin' the rounds of the sideshows Church at
Edward Alexander of church. from 3:30: until five o'
t r i Mr Hal Mrs. Charles had clock when her mother entertained were Francis Peek, Margaret usco, and was performed by the <
,
Gainesville, son of Mm. A. A Turney charge ( | .
; t Dot Green Rev. Edward Bernier. .S
Hazen, also of Gainesville and and opened the session with a in celebration of her birthday Pearce Sadie Prince. i e .
anniversary, At and Elvalee Manas Dan The only attendants were Mr
the late Mr. K. N. Alexander, beautiful prayer. Following this _
% a 1 took place Monday November Mr Turney reviewed two chap- Judy greeted her young guests, Hazen., T. K. and Wilma McClane, and Mrs. B. J. Richey, brother- \ \

'r 11, at eight o'clock In the evenIng ters of the book, "Standby for wearing a charming party frock Gene and Hazel Matthews Jimmy in-law and sister of the bride- e
.i q Pot- of blue taffeta Brownlee and Mrs. Smith (Ikle) o I r
9t In the First Baptist Church. China, written by Gordon trimmed pink. groom. +
; 'f Srs The ceremony was performed by eat The young folk were enter- Bevans (of Live Oak) The bride wore a soldier blue

l the Rev. A E. Light-foot, pastor Mrs. Wilfred Grono gave an tained out on the lawn of the The historic Ga.-Fla. game dress with blue accessories! anda

$. The church was decorated with outline of the third chapter, after Green's home.* Those assisting was seen by most of the aboveas of Dink roses and lilies ...
I MI'.. Green well Dot and S. R. Johns, corsage ?
tall baskets of white chrysanthemums which the members enjoyed a entertaining were: as
? against a background 'of covered dish luncheon: at the Mrs Simeon Phillips, Mrs. W. M. Lucille Kennedy, John Conner of the valley. I I"SAFTIISURE"

palms and potted cedars. FlankIng Presbyterian, : Manse. The dining I Wlmberly Sara Barefoot and (Camp Blanding, Morgan and Mr and Mrs. Lachance left

each aide of the altar were table was covered with a blue and Barbara Keene. Harriet Richarde, Maurice and Immediately after the wedding

y v brass candelabra holding lighted< white luncheon cloth and cen- At four-thirty o'clock Judy and Lucile Edwards, Nookle and Katie breakfast on a trip to Montreal,
jir 1 white tapers and standards of tered with a low, bowl of roses. her guests were Invited onto the I Wainwright, Mullet! and Martha
white chry anthemum Immediately following lunch porch for refreshments. The Smith. and Johnny Redgrave Canada. Upon their return they
porch, attractively decorated Doubtless others but I couldn't will leave for Daytona Beach AUTO
While the guests were assembling Mrs. E. M. Davis president of with WITH SUPPLIl
; Mrs L. A. Canova, pianist the organization presided over a potted plants and ferns, formed hear about everybody, could I? I where Mr. Lachance is employed

( played a program 0 f nuptial brief business meeting. covered for the winter. BATTERIES
: .. 1'r' tt mimic. Mrs. E, It Biggs/ sang Continuing the study of the Boom's still brtngln' new at- BUGLER HORN
.. + )4 6 Love You and ecause" beautifully decorated birthday tractions to We now The Firestone The
; ) "I Truly" book "Standby for China," Mrs. town W. M. U. Study, CourseAll loudest voice OD Ih
cake. The Extra PowerBattery
+ (d'Hardelot). During the Grono reviewed the fourth chap. cake, Iced I n pink have a phrenologist (have your highway. softer tone torch

ceremony Mrs. Canova played ter followed by Mrs. K. O. Duncan with blue decorations, held the head read like a book) Baptist W. M. U. Circles r has extracapacity city or a musical comblnll I
needed if
"To A Wild Roue" (Mac Dowell). /giving the highlights of the five burning birthday candles. Minstrel tent ,show Another wilt join in an all-day business QOle you wish Arm ,
for
L Those! present to enjoy the afternoon greater use steering!
The traditional wedding marches last two chapteis. 3-for-a-dlme pitcher taker I and meeting at the pen gl"tjhngertip
) program of headlights in
were used with the honoree were: An' new people still a-comin' control,
r Bringing this enjoyable meet- Phoebe Green, Mary Sue Church here Monday, November winter and for
o;+ The bride, an attractive brunette Epperson Ten girls at the Bell Telephone I S
18.
Ing to a clone was the Chlnene Norma and added electrical
J Emma Jane 8-$
wore a street length ensemble play, "The Tale of the bragon," Canova. Richard Kldd, Levy and Miss Exchange!: Christie, the and Olsen Miss house Coleman 1 A study course will be taught equipment. Fil-O-Matic Covers, V

with navy of soldier accesnorles.blue Bilk crepe Her I presented by the young peopleof George Canova, Edward Priest. attractive blondes Gotta go I by Mrs. J. B. Boatright of South new improved low Allrubber prices separator.---o, 3yearguarantee eJ

l a shoulder corsage was of miniature Sigma, ChI. Chinese decorations Carolyn Edwards, T. K. McClane, meet the rest Radiant pre- ''I Carolina, South-wide worker, and Install one today.
r' added to the effectivenessof Smith and Miss Elsie
III., Lester Smith, Pauline Miss Louise
white chrysanthemums made' Gay, sonallty la Miss Allen, stayln at PROTECT GRILLE and
't with white chenille. the play Nicky Griff, Marlon Harrington, Mrs. Alderman's I Renfi oe, of Jacksonville, state BATTERIES I $445, See our complete KNDEI!

The bride Is a graduate of the Sylvia Alvarez, Mary Beth Lane, Well BO long folks See workers. AS LOW AS ..-.. line of streamlined
u 1937 class of Bradford County W. S. C. S. To Meet Jeanette Inman, Joe Lazenby, you In the next I|I A business session will be held sturdyguards\Idi

High School and for the past several The .Carol...... Lynn-- Jennings, Madeline __ __ -Carolyn. !In the afternoon. SEALED BEAM 't QQC protect ex pen.<
Woman's Society of Chris-I Williams, Margaret Rose and I 7 ., she grilles.
months has been employedin Driving S
than Service ,
of
the Methodist Grace Thigpen. Joan .
the office of county Judge E Church will '.. "'" I Guamnt..dAOalndtmiLIGHTS
meet
Monday afternoon Ann Silcox Delano Duncan'l I
K. Perryman. 'r NewAUTOMATIC ,
promptly at 3:00: o'clock at Weldon, Villa Moore, '
Mr. Alexander
was graduated
the church for the
business and Mack Newsome. SPARK PLUGS
from Miami High School and I. Give your car
program: meeting. GAS I to V4 more
up
from the University of Florida in Miss Virginia Anderson :' ; the The only Spark
Gainesville In tho class of '39. At 1 E, L. Matthews light on made that are solid
> were elected delegates r road. Dash switch controlslights
he Is in the division Entertains FridayMiss i iRbJd with i a money_
present testing
to the
Four-Coupty\ Federa-- r FLOOR FURNACEPUTS t for passing or country back
guarantee.
of the State Road De- tion to be held in Worthington driving.- Equipped with tYQ.5
partment with offices in Gaines Springs November 29. Mrs. O. of Virginia Anderson, daughter tr : the famous Clascal */- 59 ,IN
Mr. and Mrs.
A. W Anderson
IITS
villa lamps.
PAW
L>. Beasley and 'Mrs. K. G. Dun- _
After entertained several of her HEAT AT
ten
a days' wedding tripto can were elected alternates.
Miami the young couple will clone friends at the Anderson i .
a r
be at home to their friends InGalneeville Mrs Duncan thanked all those home Friday night, the occasion
who assisted in the Wtoman's Co-hostess at the party was I' 1 FLOOR LEVEL!
Club booth at the P.T. A. Hal- Co-Hostess at the party was

lowe'en Carnival. Miss Ruth Powell, daughter of CwsYsuCompleteMuttipl.-Roosr THEHEPPLEWHITE
Mrs. K. (;S. Duncan
Mrs, L.. A. Canova, In the ab- Mr. and Mrs. Charley t Circulation Every 20 Mimrttsl

r_. Presides At Meeting sence o f Mrs D. J K. Knight, who celebrated her powell'l $, This low cost Coleman This pbonoradio $3995 P11L1

chairman of program for the afternoon niversary at this time also.After Gas Floor Furnace floods offers finestreproduction.
Mr K. O. Duncan, president of t you
presented Miss Virginia enjoying Informal games .'
home
the Starke Woman's Club t your with volumesof THE WESTWOOD
,
the presided Sewell. who played two piano solos the young ladles gathered In the warm air, circulating Has famous Capehart-Farnsworth Rich walnut cibineil
over regular monthly "Tarantelln" (John Thompson dining room to witness the slicing from floor to Puts record player-ehanger, Powerscope Philharmonic Speaker]
ceiling.
t meeting held Wednesday afternoon ) and "Medley from H. M. S.Plnufore" of the birthday cake, and antenna. Philharmonic! Speaker and, built-in loop aoicnnil
circulating air I Iw
at 3:30 warm in !
: o'clock In the club 11-iube radio with electric
were served cake, Ice cream, and J QQfC electric Push-Buttoo iiinioj+ !
building. Mrs N. D Wainwrlght, (Gilbert and Sullivan). candy. living zone-where you I Push-button tuning. T Colorature tone selector]

Jr., secretary, read the minutesof Following I the program the ''Those enjoying,the evening with 4 need it most I etc. A real, .buy..

the previous meeting and Mrs. hostesses" Mrs N. D. Wainwright the hostesses -. I
were: Misses Emma I : ;- No basement needed! No
A,' Z. 'Ailklns, acting-treasurer-in Sr., Mrs. O. I.. Haynes, Quinn. Marjorie Grlder Margaretand g : air ducts to insta'UAvailable
the, absence of Mrs. W II. Hart, Mrs. L>. A. Cnnovn, Mrs. W, L,. 'Georgia'' Gilpln Lucile and I / with full automatic, I ""e.

gave the financial report. Wall Mrs. T. 1C McClane. Jr.. Haven, Crosby, Ida Lulu Davis, I I !( If 1 thermostat controls. ; ]
Mrs. O. L, Mrs. E. M. Davis, )
lleusley. chairman ,, and Mrs R. Mary and Betty Powell,'Lois New- / / I "Super-Performance"
of Deuutlflcation. asked every C Buford, served delicious refreshments some. Shirley .Colley, and Mrs THE MAYFAIRPhonoradio G. E. RECORD
one to begin now to plan for outdoor of salad and Iced, tea. Frankie Kinchen. ciency gives you this comfortable PLAYERPlays THE REPORTER]

Christmas decorations and j automatic gas heat 10" or 12" records,plays 10" or 12" tubes,built-in loop j
stated that she plant to have for only a few cents a day I I built-ia records antenniAC $fti? I

prizes for the prettiest outdoor i Carolyn Callstreet Multi-Room- Circulation! Costs about Vi less than antenna. $3495 thru radio.: SQ95 Christmas tree She is basement
urging No Basement Needed average furnaces i
every memoer 10 cooperate in I Thousands of satisfied APPLIANCES
making the No Air Ducts To Install! ELECTRICAL
town more beautiful
owners have made
"Hmmm, hummm, la la Clean and Smokeless!
and cheerful for the visitors dur- tra la" New horseless! carriages in it America'8largest-seUing
Never could skate, but how town Work-Free! Carefree! HOMI
the : Archibald Johns
ing holiday Benson. lna spiffy floor furnace.
: Get
full]
loin L. A. Canova, chairman can you resist with such fasclnatin' blue Ford Doc Middleton'sgettln' Cuts Down Fuel Bills now. details BJLJ II W II !.

of Music, announced that the rhythms an' everybody rollin'along' a new-fangled hy dramatic WlSTINGHOUSl.MODER rinp u
Woman's Chorus would' begin so blythly Mebbe a (clutch-less) Olds '. loot Adjusts
practice next week and Invited few spills won't hurt--much! Floyd Green's family gettln' a ColemanMS See Our Free thermostat control.; $491$
Ethel lilggs and Evelyn Ritch I new Ford for Thanksgiving -
all those interested In singing Blake Jackson S Floor *
to attend. The practice will beheld takln their afternoon workouts 1 whlzzln by In a swanky black FurnaceQemoostration G. I. MIXER

;, a t Mrs. Canova's home Dorothy Swanbom is an Ice- I number Grace and Noon 0 H Powerful motor (I \, SILK MAKEISelfnmirg
Tuesday afternoon at 3:00: o'clock less Sonja Heinl .Patsy Keen 1 WainwrIght in their merry blue FWOfl JFURNRCE 16 speeds, 3beaters COFFEE note,

Mrs. Charles Turney. Mrs. glides around so effortlessly, Olds sedan e 2 heat boult, '

Charles Darby, Mrs. J, R. Wain- graceful as a soaring birds 1 Red Cross Roll Call began this bowls treated, mixing iii l1 cul'Pyre*size. '4!9S

t wright. and Mrs Eldridge Smith The bolstroua' boys sho hufta behave ,week Should be worth a GAINESVILLE GAS CO. juicer $1895 .rd ALDCTi

were unanimously elected to' 'cause Mr. Inglis get 'em dollar of anybody's money JUH' TilE DEPENDABI.E FUELS
told If .
,
they don't
membership Into the club. ,I to show our appreciation that we
Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr..I I' The wedding belle rang out I don't need Red Cross war relief 972 So. Virginia Avenue Phone 1144 rest011Q.
chairman of the Red Cross Roll 1 (well figuratively speaking anyhow -

Call asked every member to join) ) for Martile Hemingway and -. tied+ CHAMPION TIlES
| Hal Alexander i
Monday night
this year and stressed the need NOW is the time .make
'of the Red The bride (little girl with the big e'! The
Cross
and told of' tire
TOWELS car
some of the work being done by/ brown eyes) was sooo pretty in .4 ,' ,_ 0 your amazing Gear-Gnp uo d

this! organization. 'I blue, an' Hal-well, you konw I FREE of the famous F"esloM
y Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and Mrs how men look at a wedding WASH CLOTHS Cbampion Tire Ir r.pi. the

y, C. A. Knight were elected delegates Or do you? If you're like road and slid-pre.eoll And Ida< :
and
to the sectional meeting to' everybody else you notice 'em POT HOLDERS r\ e.y fislips 5aht' Lock
sensational
be held in Jacksonville And yet. It wouldn't be a
Saturday. corM
Gum-Dipped
/Nisr s
wedding without d ilea
November 16. Mrs. I.. A. Can one around a provides uoe9xl ,
ova" and Mlm Evelyn Stump were 'Twont be long 'fore Johnnie AT THE NEW l( f n h," protection against/ blow'
I ;
elected as alternates. Russell will be leavln'lK for her | H oull. Equip your, car eauaat
Mrs 10. K. Perryman and Mrs. marriage In St. Augustine .! -? s set N.. for tel
Thanksgiving, I hear 21st or' safety during the
28th. Johnnie? Y'/ month.

And speakln of Thanksgiving Save Oil Co. Inc. C Crire'One i0

wonder where all the relatives Here's Winter Tire Safety at lOW

will stay when they come back CONVOY'
home for the turkey dinner? .

If any of you know of a vacant : ..00-'.
room In town, you're better informed SERVICE, STATION !!
than I am $5$6L I $ .J I L

Margaret Pearce and Jean ON TEMPLE AVE. ROAD OLD flU
( THIRTEEN WITH YOUR
Davis home from Tally for the )

Armistice Day week-end .
y Hear ,Jean has sidetracked her
Ir Journalism course and him gone, A EW CENTS A DAY TO 5AFTI-

back'to her first love SURE YOUR CAR
-- music / ON THE FIRESTONE .
Still hus the newspaper urge, TRADE WITH US AND SAVE UDGET PLAN u11

however, and will' lake some
courses along that line I 51.11 N
Gala, PottakU Radio(b.r..tr.f1f.iS) Scoolvrs JJ4.H*
drag
out your evenln'
_
dresses. and see if you can beat !I, FROM 3c TO 5c Auto Radio ,....., ,Sty.fSap Bicycles; Slflef

Mr. Moth to the draw by wearln' | Driving{ Gloves .., ,,.. ,$1.00 mf Electric ClocksBasketball $(,fl
A Royal Flash Scat Coven ,.,,,,...
_ 'em one more time Woman's ,51.11ep StfOK
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just cannot lo Club la plannin' a snazzy affair Wagons ,,, ,,,,,,,,$2.f M Tool Chests ryt

/10' fn'.nd.you can will YOUII shoos-_ Home time early in December ON. EVERY GALLON OF Velocipedes ..........$3.11 mf Submarin.7oy

r Rig dance, swell orchestra .
Jnturanc oacJc" LlNE.
af every .'.pPv Luffly young ladles beln' asked to! .
r nerve as hostesses An the I II Regular Ethyl

I compani hav ,..that.,...,.." men? Just look around, my r .1 I

dears Jus' look around .1 j
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yet?' 'Sa long story, but Liz j!, 18Sc
Nasworthy and Florence ...
North,
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can give you all the details c. / C IMe. t. t.. Vole .f Plr...... with Ilc.r. Creatitse= Arec''
: GENERAL Ask 'em i I. Sse. .ks and the fir.",.. Svsipbssy Orehettrs.. C.M/ .Nr.sL.f (
INSURANCE I !
F Alfred Wallesstels. er
M.ad.y.v.alala.r
T HearMartha (Florence Nlghten-

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In Atsrke, 'posit with his bid a rnnhler'n. orcertified complaint! for divorce/ and due affidavit
BITS: .0f LOCAL NEWS ';* :Miss Dorothy Gray of, Gainesville In Florida the County rerrlve. Courthouse. bill* up to 10 0'clack check to the amount off for this order baa bar .;
; 'r', I has accepted a position ascashier A. M. on the ..11"y. .of 100 00 to be forfeited If n*.nhould sled In Circuit Court of Jiratffow "
.. and salesgirl in the Can-\January A. f>. un for the purchase not comply with his bid. The ('ollnt)'. Florida In nose mmmmAnilrcw
= '- "" ----- '" of Hoard reserves the rlirht to r.Jeetany Johniinn, .11". IM ptalatkff
-r-- of hones
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ova Pharmacy here. She Is a I Sn.rlKl TAX Hvhnnl Dlnlrlrt Number'' or all bid, and Juanlta Whlttlnnton Jnttm I
; Jaynelll spent Sat. Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Rltch of I Bryant Beasley and daughter,, niece of Henry Gray of Gaines.vllfe 11 of raid rounty l being 11 of said N:. J. l...wln, Chairman of. [Fnald In defendant, and you are b.r.blrequired
4'Hope I lo In paid esteee w
InMruvtlorw appear
of
Gainesville In the principal Hum of Hoard Hubllq
were -end bond each +
weef ,guests Emma Jane of UmaUlln of _
were formerly Starke. I Jp.'b..r 16th. iH4n Urad
In jwwnviite. of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wood. guests Sunday afternoon of Mr. .juu.vd pr bearing annum InirrrHt payable at semiannually a percent -- Attest W w: Mldtlletnn County Stiperlntrndent 'County T le.rsph la .d.......... ar
Public InMructlon andeaatficlm the n. >aifr In which ..ntorKhali '
.. of wt ittm
and IVtobvrIHI.
Deltrlch spent the mid Mrs A. Wood Mr. and Mrs J.. ti. Gentry are, of on each April year li,< with the principal t JSI inn Mrs. R F. Clark returned this receiving congratulations on the of one of KBli bonds matnr- ( IlJoJAt.: ) ll-U 2t ll-t2 four cMiiiMxeutive weeks prior ..
&d In TalIab49/1ee. week from Charlton, Mass. and beeonilnic payable on October _. ;, Haul return date. WUn' ..w **f
where Mr tug
and Mrs Roy Hubbnnl of I(birth of a daughter at St. Vin i Int.. of each of the years hand and official seal. at Marftr.Klnrlila .
business she spent the past:! several months. Miami Jacksonville OIIMKU OK r"III.U-'IO''l I .........
Green was a are visiting Mrs. Hub- Cents' Hospital in on! 1943 to 1951 both inclusive, principal MOTH"F: TO %ri>ntit thin 13lh day of No" .
Ocala Thursday, bard's mother MI'I. Rosa/ Constantine Thursday. October 31. The little and interest payable at Klur- The Htat. of Florida to JusnltaWlilttlnKtoii 1040.
r, :Mr& T. T. Long and her house at Theressa.Mr. girl has been named Villa Jean. Ida Hank at iStarko.! Ht..rk". Flor-I' Johnson, address i unknown (U"I'Il'IAL1." .) A. J. Thomas 1
s MUDdy was a bu l. : guest, Mrs. W. T. Jackson "spent, ,' i i I IHa.! [I : An Clerk of Circuit Court. l
: Tampa'4'uesday.G Thursday morning In Jackson and Mrs. W. M. \Valn- Mrs. L. A, Davis will leave! .1 Loch; Mililer I" required to ditdr III ville. I wright and children of Tallahassee : Sunday morning for Montgomery

Wade and Mrs...A. rpent the week-end at their cottage Ala.., to attend the general convention -
W. Tuesday In Galn sC' Mrs. Guy Sale spent Monday on Kingsley Lake. of the United Daughters For Something? it)
ub spent .., 'and Tuesday In Jacksonville as of the Confederacy Mrs Davis,,'Looking f'l
the guest of Mrs. Agnes Williams. Mr. /und Mrs. Stanley Bennett U attending as president of the I :J 1
spent the week-end In Whether You Are New In Bradford County Or Have Lived
and Mrs. K. Jackson Florida division. fe'
A. Knight i Life Whether You Want To Buy Or 1,:. ,
last Friday In \ Mrs. Bennett's parents, Here All Your '
a .spent Mr. a'nd Mrs. Merrill C. Futch I bur.and Mrs 1 E. C. Hogan. Mrs T. T. Long and son, Tom. Sell You Will Find This Classified Directory A Great r'':

onril'o4. Tallahassee were week-end and HM. D. P. Carpenter spent Convenience And An Easy Way To Communicate With i r ,,1'.'
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'.L. A. Davis spent Jaat guests of Mr and Mrs C. A. I I Mrs. J. W. Kincaid attended the first of the week In Bacon- Thousands Of Other Telegraph Headers (

Friday andSaturday. Futch. I the "fashion mart" held at the ton, Ga., with their mother, Mrs. I ,r
lay. I Florldun Hotel In Tampa Sun W. T. Jackson; They were ac- ; t
ckSilnvllle Mrs James L. Hair of Lake I day, Monday and Tuesday 'companied home Tuesday by Mrs. "
returned last City was the guest Monday, of 'Jackson, who will visit here for AMUSEMENTS FUEL OILK EATING
tN/. sternberg business Mr.' and Mrs. James HolllngH- Miss Helen Dowling spent the I several days. .
>tom a two weeks' worth. K' K I* HOT PLATE, MJN('1 1 US, $.aa-
week-end In Jacksonville : 1IIU"I'
with her fIUJ.IRI18-Fnjny
New/ York. I W A K M wl..h"n.1 Short Order.
o I sister, Miss Marlon Dowllng and Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Deen of tonight Al*> Beer timxlF4MHI ': )

3 Helen Prather of Jack- first Mrs.of J.the W.week Klncaid spent the her aunt Mrs. Annie Johns.", I Lakeland were guests of Col. and AtIIATFIKIJVS_ !iJ: ($ THISW I NoT) I K' KIIKAT Are Our toIpt'l'Ialty.SIIloU.: I.\.J. ;r' 4
In
Armistice week-end Tampa with I Mrs. D. E. Knight Sunday and POOL ROOM; '
Ie spent I1'ITIIII.. ikard 13 Stark, .,.. IJ-S
her parents Mr. and :Mrs. .\. C. Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Scott of were accompanied home by Mrs. 12-tt
with her parents. Call Street Phone M
Durden. Winter Garden were guests Armistice Charles Larseii. who had been the '
STANI\U1 OIL CO. 12-6
FLOOR SURFACING
and Mra. C. H. Registere week-end of Mr. Scott's guests last week of her brother- SK.1TE ,.
Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. H. Lord returned to +patent. Mr and Mrs. F A. Scott. in-law and Mater, Col. and Mrs.I For Your ... ,':.

Register. Jr.?, and son, her home here Friday of last I: I U. E. Knight limit hit. t:::'"' GAS HKST: EIUII'MENT.; ,. :ii.:;
In Town.Rmiimitfft 1c..NOIu.hle 1..lce. i
Mfr, and Mrs. Houston I l
week Harry Sake ,,
Charles, of Ta lJ 11- after spending five months l
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and and Mr. and Mis. James Hoi, lings- II A I.I. AI'I IJANCKS For Home Gladly .rnIM".L
were guests Sunday of with relatives and friends In worth attended the Duval County I Mrs. Sallle''Tlson has leased S. W. 1NOII.H SKATING KINK And Off let'. Stoves, H_tcr'i, \ A. HKSSKNT: : : Jit. .f
id! Mrs. H. A. Lawson. Michigan and Minnesota I Fair in Jacksonville Wednesday her house here for a year and will Tl'lnlle.nue (Hoiid 13) 12-0 Water leaders, .:ff'. "SatlefueIlon 114 Call M. Shu-ke Fte. if"1Y.
night. I leave for Tampa today to stay Ullllrl.aU'.OfI. 11-5 'f: \
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with her sister, Mrs. N. N. Nor AUTOMOBILES OAINKSVIIJ.K: O.\M ('().
ton. Mrs. Florrie Wills, who has U72: So. Virginia 1 AvrnueFlu.
HUNTING .SEASONOpens Mrs. Newn Thomas and Lucian RADIOS''l :
and Gus Thomas of Jacksonvillewere been making her' home with Mrs. l'.IITS-ttsetl Tires, Kelmllt (Lalnesvills', 12-0 f It
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I Tison, will with her sister- j
stay Of'II"r".r"0 OliiNN C'linh. ti"
guests Tuesday of Mrs. R. KKI AIK Work Bone At Lowest. (V
Next Week A. Thomas and, Miss Clyde Nelle In-law, Mrs Bbble Norman For C'U'nd Trurki In Any HEATING ''''I In Tiiwn. See 'J./aa/ I:,Iv'
I I I Thomas Condition.IIASKINM. New Itiulloit. On DlNplnyMAYKS' ;
t Mr. and Mrs. 1... S. Hutto had as AUTO PARTS I liF.KP: WAKM: TVilliiter I : KAUIO NKKVICK ,
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You Will Want To The Rev. and Mrs. C. 11. Allen week-end guests. their daughters" Just North of Town On K Course attended tM>Presbyterian Synod Miss Carolyn Hutto of Columbia, 12-41 InK llPnter. Clean, KooniMtilimit. : :
In The Field On The First and Synodic!I. meeting held I In! S. C., and Miss!'! Edna Hutto of I fail Aim.. (i. E. KcfrljceritlorM. WATCHES \ \ I

y__ November 20. Winter Hft\W, ;, < Wednesday/ n d I II Jacksonville Monday Mrs Hutto, BAKERIES : I'ny On Kany T".........
rl .' the Misses Hutto Miss Garnlta nAUny'S U"I'AIUV..rk With A 0_ ,J ,
Wish You All Kinds Of Luck
: H. Hall and !'
Mis. A.
I I Hutto.
You Will Make Our T FKKHII: ItAILVBrcHd Slitrke, Flu. 12-a ant_ Of StitUfnvtlon.. llnre .
d Hope H. G. Conner and Mrs. Kibler. '' daughter Sharon Hall\ and Till- 1.1.| >.N, Cakes Just C >hwni wl Watcher. For 8nJ. l '
re Headquarters For Your both of Lakeland, were week-end man Hutto spent.the day In Jack. Like Mother IT HIM! To INSURANCE ItenminHltly. '

nling; Needs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. James F. sonville ;v.. :MnkP.STAItKK. J. II. COIIKTMANCIINlarke : ftl\
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Holling'vworth and, Mr. and, Mrs. .*"' II.\K lit' 1'AY 1'1\11'011 Can't Afford Flu. 11.5 i .' .
: Albert Yates.H. Mrs K. G. 'Duncan, Mrs. L. A, 213 Call Sired 12-0: To T n It e A <'hunr*-- .'l lit'
PETERS t Ciwiova. Mrs. MG F. Blown Mrs. When Good limuruurn; IM Nil PHOTOS |:
O. A''. Knight,Jajfa. A. Z. Adklnsaccompane ,'1
OTHER O. Lawson return! Saturday BARBER SHOPS Cheap. "'ft live A Pulley To
,, t+b L. F. Chapman 'IVIIIL..I1WIT .
to his home in Auburndale ( nWro Fit \'oalr'EIIIMrllli NNHM.J. .
SHELLS after spending some time herewith and Mrs.; .Jjtti Godwin of the | \ : Three Quality :, :
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HUNTING I I HAIIICIJT.S- HIIViH: Shiuuim T. HIKKKANI Jit. Agt.Liberty For lOr.
anti) State Farm ( the Section hotoicnlphM
his son daughter-in-law wMattend I
I >,)e, Massages, Iii C I e 1l'II4..ttnt \ n National Life InMiintiineCo. I
Mr. and, Mrs. H. O. Lawson. Four meeting of the Federated 12-6 Next l>oar To The IIru4ir,"nl r-.
NECESSITIES Women'sClubs to be held Surroundings County>> Telegraph U-* h1'p
: Sprlngflild Women's Club CITY Ii,\imi iit SII())' I''
sf the
F. A at
Mrs. A. V. Long, Mrs.
:1 i'all Street Mturke ..'I,.. I2-fl PALMIST i
Canova and daughters, Mary Ann building In Jacksonville tomorrow BEAUTY PARLORS : : "I

i and Carolyn of Gainesville. spent w. NO "',\lTINU 1>tt\.11! .Ir'M'rlll FKKK ItKADINU \\llh MveryI'urflinne. : ,
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Monday here with Mrs. Long'smother I At Your "Sr Ice. Silo w f' r, Minn. Anna F It y S"ECIALHt N o HIM'rt"re : ,. ,
Mrs. S. 1 I';. Brownlee. W. LjL.Joiner 'returned ,
Mrs. Until A .
Nporktlty.TIIKKK 1'iiUiiUI.. lloiirx: t) .\. M. till In Quality O f ServiceLiILA'S t

;:!bt Thermos Jugs I S. A. will leave Thursday to hr: home In Dublin I : : I"UUSUS HAUBKH II I'. M. Next To Sl..rk..i IIE\U'fV HAIXV! :
Capt. Bryan
., .: A Ga., after speilJInjr some time. Call S'. N1IOI 12-H Ury Cleaiiern.' 11-22: ('"U Street II-S '
: i... t I Sunday 'for a visit with Owen i I .
12 & 16 Guage1" FlasKTigHts: """':'"- M.irr at Mlmms He will\ prob-I I here wfth hef f r son-in-law and .. ,j." .
ably I visit relatives In other partsof ,, daughter, .Mr. : kind Mrs. L. D. i iVining. -

85 /I 4'C Batteries- home.South Florida before returning I I home by. Mrs.She Vlning iwas ur'compunlecl who will remain --I 0 0 TAr Ample :t

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Guage with her until Saturday.Mrs. .
Mrs J. B Mills, Mrs. HaioldMills
Alarm Clocks- i and won, Harold. Jr., of Vining wlU/ be accompanied Parking Space ,
8 0 C Green Cove Springs were guests back to Starke by Mrs. licit

1 Tuesday. of Mrs./ E. M. Thomas Green, also of' Dublin who will I

STORE and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilk .spend a few, days; here before going -j
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE inson. I I
: to Diiytona\ Beach for the I! GROCERIES

Starke, Florida [ Mr and Mia L Lawrence and winter; -i ,.# ''I
'daughter, Miss Juanita Lawrence I ( ( Sugar Vacum Packed

I of Ferry and Mr. and Mrs Jack Recent Arrival I I 21c 19
Williams of Gainesville!')11 ere < 5 Pounds Coffee, Lb. e
NAT SEZ: guests Sunday of Mr. arid Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Hubert Priest I II
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? B. Jacobs are announcing the arrival of a
10 Lbs. No 1
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who son, born Wednesday November
of the feller
I one
am
lived In Sturkc from 1011 to 1940 I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stroman:113, In the Altichua County Hospital 1 -.JC 7 C
in Gainesville. Irish Potatoes Flour 20 Lbs.No. .
"S U. II. (Before Illandlnff). I and daugbter. Doris and' Mr. ,
rrXr and Mrs Ralph Carter of Tallahassee I
; I knew everjlxi and l everybody down I were Armistice Day guestsof New Arrival 2 Can 24 Lbs.
S knew me; but now I walk Mrs. WJ$. Stroman and, Mrs. 5 73c

Call name Street of the, I ctrpet.think and that's everybody the- S. S. Dowling. lingsworth Mr. and lire Mrs.announcing Frank C.the Hoi-arrival Tomatoes C Sol Flour

I meet Ic! a ntraneer. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter of a daughter, EUla I'ene- I

Once In. awhile through the Miss Sara Barefoot Mrs lope born. Friday. November 8, Fancy 2 Pkgs.

crowd I ee the unilliir face of Simeon Phillips Mrs. B. M, Fus- In the Alachua County Hospital I Bananas 4 'Lbs. 13 C 5 e
Salt
an old Starkelte. sure muk* me sell anti Mills Mural Hall and In Gainesville. :

fret at home. Judy Green spent Wednesday In
Jacksonville. Engraved sympathy rknowle Lettuce 2, 5c Pkg.
r et'R.sve.,. Bradford 15e 5c

Mrs. H. A. Lawson and chll-I County Telegraph.OI'I4I ; j 2 Head_ Matches

MATCHED SUITS Jren Agnes and Bud. Mrs. Ewell ,
S Lawson and Mrs. Julia Eastman > ': 01* M1I.H Ox' IIOMM
Take NVitlrv that he Hoard of
t accompanied by Mrs. C. H. Register I PulilUliiKtriiitlMn. o f MrailfordCminly .
t : FOR of Jacksonville, spent I last Florida wilt nt the orfte.or MEATS
the County Hiiwrlinenilent/ uf
: Thursday In Jacksonville. [ 1'ubllc InNtruMlun for said County,
WORK OR PLAY I .. Best Grade Country Roll
14 34c

"Washington""Deecee" White Meat Lb. e Butter, Lb. '
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Attention!

1, I Kingham's Smoked Nice Lean Pork
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: 18e 20c

Bacon Lb. Chops, Lb.

Pants Shirts Owners of McCormickDeeringAnd i

I Brookfield Churngold Junior
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Butter, Lb. @ Oleo, Lb. ,

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?4; ../ ARMY TWILL j i' I SCRATCH 1 90 Dairy. 1 85

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, b Pants Shirts Longer It Will Be Too Late To Ob Mash Feed ,

$2.00 i
1 veS' $2.50 tain The Needed Repairs.



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III'{= 'f I it;. '' \'"I' SECTION As Usual The American Public RefusesTo I LIVE STATE NEWS I I LOVE Lake FOR City,ROOSE Mr.=--er- 11,

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,:). : ___ ___ Vote As The Polls PredictMost -- ling, 90 years old, si Enun. t:>
.ps two weeks ent the
?s fir, a HINTS FOR 'THEIfOUSEIIOLD RURAL of the polls were wrong,, wide of the mark this year, although NEW MAIIKKT OPENSFt. SHIFTS IN OFFICETallahasseeParka Phone to "pI1"81 calling voters by I!P,

i. COMMON SENSE. but they gave us a lot of fun, it did give the President Pierce,-The newest link In Glover of velt." The VOte for oo
. elderly
and like the rest of us. the forecasters 50.068 per cent of the State's the ever growing chain of State Lake City, resigned as secretary ; after the elect, ,lady, ""ho

: MORE: TURKEY PLEASE! GET DOWN TO EARTH have decided that youjust popular vote. The latest Indica- Farmers' Markets was opened In of the State Racing Commissionand like dancing found on that *t I f
'% what the American tion is that New York State went 29th the
can't tell Ft Pierce November 1-the last week resq
i l s The only truly American feast Now that the election is over, electorate will do--that is, of to the President by approximately: market established In the state. Governor Cone appointed 'him her than anymore I'ncourag1ng

'i ,f ll ? day IB near at hand again, and it is well for all of us to forget course, until the next election in 52.2 per cent.Among Today these markets'' serve farm chairman of the State Industrial recent years ( ",,ft t,. hapPen

re h. a"(' ,- of course It should be celebrated the diversion that politics cause 1942.On the polls which went ers, growers and livestock men Commission. F. M. Cone of she said "an
a' ,''j'' In traditional fashion with everybody every once In a while and to get the basis of Incomplete returns astray over this hard-fought and In every section/ of the state from Gainesville was appointed to the when the he
_ u t. at home, If possible, for the the Fortune poll seems to apparently unpredictable election Jay in northwest Florida to Racing Commission t o succeed man Is measured, such I
down to the "brass tacks" of In ,
Y great occasion. have stood up the best, its pre- were that conducted for Path- Florida City In the extreme Glover. Glover replaces Harold so! many millions ?! IOu) I

iJ :;.. Foods that are served are not making a success of our work. diction of a 55.2 per cent popular finder magazine by Emil Hurja, south. p. Wall, who resigned the Indus- (but not in PO,11t10n, with big *,

only native to America, but are' Farming Is such a steady Job, vote for President Roosevelt running which gave Mr. Roosevelt but I j trial Commission post to enter fellowman. May '10 helP, t lij
;': a common to Florida as well. Turkey Involving good judgment and ap- close to the 54 to 55 percent 198 electorial votes; the survey PLAN COLORFUL EVENT active military service good health ant ,GOd 'Rrant I II

W i ,rati, white and sweet potatoes, Ilcatlon to the things that must popular vote indicated for him of Rogers Dunn, which gave Mr. Tallahassee,- Inaugural ceremonies perity and peace the nation P'

pumpkin, corn, tomatoes, peppers, be done, that one engaged in It in the late returns. Roosevelt 124 electoral votes; and for Governor-elect Spes- MARKET: DIRECTOR ILL his life," she said all 'the '!\.

and beans are of American origin. hardly has time for extended diversion America's most famous poll- the American opinion forecasts I sard Holland, to be held at the Ft. Pierce-William L. Wilson, tears. With thin

&y So. r e cranberries, pineapple, along other lines. So, no that conducted b y Dr. George conducted by Edward J. Wall, state capitol January 7, will be Director of State Farmers' Mar- -

: nr avocado, pecans and peanuts. Our doubt, farmers are glad the elec- Gallup-while not repeating the which said that the President "the most colorful for many kets, operated under Nathan For sale
.!; "'': a 2 : suggestion for the Florida dinner tion Is over and they can now overwhelming mistake made by would receive 52 per cent ofthe years" in the opinion of Chairman Mayo and the State Departmentof Typ: !writer R ,borf8MEAT '1lkhiDe
will be suitable for the occasion settle down again to the business the In 1936 at
Literary/ Digest poll country's popular vote. W P. Allen of Tallahassee's Agriculture, was stricken here (', Telrg9oRellerr
a i as well as for the season. And of making an adequate liveli missed the Roosevelt! total by a committee.
-- Nor should one forget the one inauguration ceremony last week and rushed to the hospital -
; for the provident farm housewife hood. sizeable jump, having predicted effort to assure -
t man poll conducted by Gen. HughS. "We are sparing no for an operation. His
-.. 'tri ?.,,}fn bui poultry products, 'fresh that the President would receive, I .con
To regain or maintain that Independence .. Johnson, who promised to eat that this occasion will be I dittos Is reported
,,,t, vegetables, butter, cream, nuts that has been characteristic approximately 52 percent of the I his syndicated column If Mr. Will- marked with the dignity' a'11 d 1 Wilson has' long been very active grave.In 'I
and other fixtures do not meanI'that
of American farm peo- popular vote. kle were not elected. Mr. Gallup ceremony that should attend such civic and political: circles and Is N-b
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{ the food budget will I besj ple since the beginning of the In a final return, which reachedno "
na- event Chairman
accepted the Johnson offer. an Important well and favorably known
+t Sil !' for the dinner tion, it ia for farmersto clear conclusion Mr Roosevelt
Jj necessary One person who is not worrying Allen said. throughout the state for his
/ of In- was said to' be but with pro- c
menu, course, must carry on their Work persis- leading motion of X66uoaowutts
too much over his lastminute its agricultural and industrial
"i ;< the old favorites, for no tently and intelligently. They the trend "still continuing toward pre-election prediction i Is the BOY SHOOTS STEP MOTHER | ;, development. -
wishes anything new at this must employ the best methods and Willkla." :Mr. Roosevelt was given Democratic National Chairman, Fort Myers,-An 11-year-old I Mwtucx

: feast, though one may I they must plant their activities 21 "sure" States with 198 elect- Edward J. Flynn who forecast schoolboy said by officers to have
h' r; s7i: as many liberties a s one according to prevailing conditionsand oral votes, and a "slight ad the President's re-election at shot his stepmother to death in

N! ,4 pleases with the accessories. demands. They must strive vantage" In nine States, with 78 least 427 electorlal votes.by On a fit of anger after a spankingwas
9' vk : These In no way disturb the for economic stability at all times. electoral I votes, a total of 276; sure held pending a coroner's in
the other side of the fence, however
American Thanksgiving dinner i Problems that the Florida Mr. Willkle had eight "sure" Is the National quest. Deputy Sheriff E. O. Mc-
Ideal. So here's o'ur Thanksgiving States with 59 electoral votes,, and Republican
farmer In facing today are going I Chairman, Joseph W. Martin, Jr., Gauley said the boy, Cornelius
t Day Dinner, with an alternate an "advantage" in 10 States with that
I to require hard work, imagination who said that Mr. Wlllkie( would Herbert Vlerhout Jr., related
suggestion and a dessert recipe: 193 votes, a total of 255. How- II
and careful study if he Is receive a minimum of 324 elect- he was. chastised for falling to
4: Florida Thanksgiving",, Menu going to succeed in 'solving them. ever, the Gallup poll did take outa oral votes and who predicted bury the garbage and that Ills,

Tomato soup, with I popcorn With Europe blockaded, most of little Insurance against a reversal further that the Republicanswould stepmother. Mrs. Ethey Vierhout CURINGNo
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,4 floats, oyster or shrimp cocktail his export markets are closed. by declaring that there Increase their forces in the 41, also told him he couldn't go
j 4 with toasted wafers. On the one hand he is confronted was always the possibility of a House of Representatives by at to the movies for two weeks. I

Celery. Radishes Dill okra with the necessity of selling more margin of error of 4 per cent. least 60 additional seats
Green tomatoes.. of his products for domestic use; The poll conducted by the New RELICS: OF HISTORY I
Florida on the other hand, he must retain York Dally News, which was As we said before, it was all Trenton, Fossil remains of

Guava. jelly or cranberrysauce. the ability to produce much closely followed in political headquarters a lot of fun, but the results are primitive horses, dogs, camels and increase in Prices !

larger quantities of food and here on the basis of a going to make the pollers work rhinoceros, dating back to the
Stuffed roast turkey I other produce than are needed for not-too-far wrong conclusion in Just a little harder to eliminate Miocene period of some eighteen
Giblet gravy and your favorite the New York gubernatorial election those fatal little "margin of er
this country, for'some day the million have been discovered -
years ago I.
dreB lng. of 1938, also shot a little rors." :
European war is going to end
In a Sinn note in onchrlst -
and Mashed corn. potatoes.Glaced Green carrots beans o r and his products will be vitally county, according to Dr We Specialize In Sugar

baked squash. needed by other peoples. the banks of the Suwannee as. Carr of the University of Florida.

Hot whole wheat rolls or corn Adjustments to conditions, however Capitol they point out, he promised to The 40-acre tract containingthese
sticks. may be to the farmer's ad do Borne time ago. fossils has been purchased

Avocado and grapefruit salad. vantage. The necessity for producing Consensus I -- Jointly by the University of Florida

Pumpkin or swectpotato nut high quality products at I QUESTION BOX end Harvard University The Cured MeatsGainesville

pie, or fig pudding with hard low cost will require that he cull E. P. B., Jacksonville.-Chap- site will be worked this winter

Hauce. out his unprofitable trees, chick- HOLLAND I-MCES-PKOBLKMS: : ter 17173, Laws of 1935, providesthat by member, of the staffs of both

Coffee. Fruit Juice. ens, cattle, and other things that : No any official refusing to give Institutions.
since Drew
governor took
Candled citrus Salted have not contributed to his Income I 'public Information or to allow
peel. over from the
has
carpet-baggers
This will give him a fresh Inspection of public records Is THE SEASON'S FIRST
pecans. faced more serious
start with only the best, and his I nor as many subject to removal or impeach- Plant City.-Hurrah! The first
)d A Tasty Tie production In the future will be I complex problems than will Gov ment, and upon conviction, to a reported ripe strawberry in this I Iman's j Ice &
Prepare a flaky pastry and I ernor-elect Spessard Holland
of higher quality and bring him on fine of not more than $100 or strawberry kingdom was
line a deep pie tin with It, build- I January 7.Chairman.
larger returns. To achieve suc- county Jail Imprisonment for not picked bright and early last Wednesday '
ing up the sides in neat scallops. cess, particularly In these times, Perkins of the road more than three months, or both. morning and brought to Cold
y For the filling, mix together 1 1.2 Storage Co.
he must make everything on his department*has announced over- STATE EMPLOYMENT, Tallahassee. the office of the Plant City Enter-1.
of cooked !
cupfuls sweetpotato'farm count, he must keep records lapping obligations of approxi- Senator Leroy Collins' : prise for display. Harry Alderman
( through a ricer), 2-3 cupfulof
put of his costs and and he mately $9,000,000 by December I of the
returns proponed civil service bill for Midway section was J. L. GEORGE
brown 3 beaten 2 131. Mgr.
sugar eggs must obtain all the Information The state school teachers'salary state employees envisages taking I the lucky farmer. He raised the ,

tablespoons melted cinnamon butter 1-2 he can about economic conditions I : fund now Is $1,300.000 behind mate employees out of politics. It berry on his ten-acre farm' As

teaspoon each. of nut-I In his community and elsewhere. I on .the payment\due\ October would, make them ,free to vote, stated, this was .the first known iI | Phone'10671' 1201'N. Grove St
meg, and 'ginger, 1-2 teaspoon!: Finally, but most important of 15; there Is, 'little chance that for whoever they please, would ripe berry picked thus, far' this
and 1 3-1 of scalded
full
cupfuls //all, he must make his farm provide this deficit will be reduced before stop political assessments against I season. Lack of moisture has GAINESVILLE FLORIDANEW
rich sweet milk.
I insofar an possible, food for January 1. The general their salaries, and probably would seriously held back the growth ,
i' Stir until thoroughly blended, hla family.a living that will give fund from which is supported all clamp down with heavy penaltieson and setting of berry plants thus
adding the beaten eggs last, Pour i them health and happiness. atate Institutions, now Is In the employees who campaign for 'far 1 1l
Into the pastry shell, sprinkle I red for more than $1,000,000. any candidate while travelling on

t' with black walnut meats or pe- |More WPA Funds I Possibility (and virtual probability state expense account, Naturally, l
cans and bake in n moderate oven ) for repeal of the one-half It contains a clause requiring
until set and of u nice golden For BlandingState I percent gross receipts tax in the meritorious and
competent service e
color, ( I I next session of the legislature, with failure to comply sub- s /

Administrator( Roy Schro will cut more tban $2,000,000 annually jecting the employee to discharge
.
: EVERGREEN der was authorized a $181,333 I from county schools.In by his superior.

My Mrs F. A. Hosier WPA project for Camp ,Blandlng.a addition to these major financial

Mrs. J. K. Rosier Is spending Edwin S. Lofberg, WPA's State I, smaller problems but ,equally there are Irritating many Number Of TroopsAt LOW-PRICE

5, few weeks In Fort Pierce with director of operations, said the ones--employment, for Instance. BlandingIs
her daughter, Mrs. Paul Glover, additional construction work at Calling out of' the National

l RuHsell Redding was visitor Camp Dlandlng will Include buildIng Guard, ttte calling to duty of, StrengthenedCorps

t to Hastings recently. of roads, streets, walkways, army and navy reservists, and the
Mr and Mrs. Bernard Rosier as well iia Installation of sewer- draft may deprive the incoming I Headquarters Company I OLDS "SPECIAL"THE

and l baby spent last week herewith age, drulmiKe, plumbing, electricaland governor of services! _of some very comprising 180 men four officers

J. E Rosier. ventilating facilities, and valuable men. World, War com- and 63 vehicles arrived at Camp

I). K. Rosier and mother and construction of tent floors and plexities and economic unrest Blanding last week from Fort I
Joe Carter were visiting Mr.\ and platforms and target butts on must inevitably be faced by the BIGGEST QUALITY
the rifle RenDing, Ga., and are billeted In BARGAIN
Mrs. J. S. Supp at Sapp Station range. new governor and the legislature.

recently The 570 workers required for Holland will need--and unquestionably the National Guard area. EVER PRICED SO LOW
the Camp Blundlng job were reported will receive -- all the Eighteen! of the vehicles will -

Be Quick To TreatBronchitis to be Immediately available sympathetic aid and counsel he return to their home station. The
with construction scheduled can procure. Until he has an I men will occupy 40 tents and will
to get under way at once. WPA'a opportunity to produce results, act as an advance unit for op-

allocation for the project amountsto partisan politics in Florida should I!I era tlng purposes In preparationfor v
$151,000 and the sponsoring be adjourned. The future 1st,,I the arrival of Gen. Jay L.

__ Chronic bronchitis military department 0 f Florida fraught with too many problems I''I Benedict! corps commander and I

your cough,chest cold may,or acute develop bronchitis If- has pledged a contribution of affecting the lives of all Florid-!his staff I

is not treated and you cannot $29,385 toward the total cost fans to do anything to hamper j j I "E" Eatery of the., Seventeenth!I
afford to take a chance With any medicine The WPA also la operating an- the new administration long I Field \ tdllt
Artillery arrived
less I I Sunday at gins t J 1 yl
which Roes potent right than to the Creomulalon seat of the other $244,392 construction project I as It honestly and manfully, with ,, noon and will assist "B" Battery uw r FOR OLDS SPECIAL SIX j jaVSMJiESS
_ trouble to help loosen and expel germ at Camp fllandlng and the the assistance of the legislature I I and "C" Battery of the Seventeenth !:
laden phlegm and aid nature to new undertaking will increuau trieD to solve the state's probe,|I in their duties Incident to coup
soothe and heal raw,tender.Inllamed total expenditures to more than lemn. the '
proper functioning of _
bronchial mucous membranes. $425,000. the station -
Creomulsion blends beechwood I I complement The battery
I .'creosote special process with other THE NKW: APP01NTMKNTS: ::'\ :! composed of around 110 men, left
,
Ttlme tested medicines for coughs. f Exc M Acid eau.. Florida's governor-elect carefully -, Fort Bragg Friday
BS It contains no narcotics. I FREE I youpain.of Stom.ch morning by ,
m". No matter how many medicines I e stayed a way fr o many truck. It will be under the command -
s you have tried, tell your druggist to I If Ulcers. Indigestion remblance of selecting the aides- of Capt. N. C. ,James.A -- =-- r1 I ga"'nr
f tell you a bottle of Creomulslon with Bloating.CasH.vtburn,Belching de-camp and the executives that R. p, Eiptl
spur of the Seaboard Rail- J" 1IOH.
.;the understanding you must like the Nausea,get a />.. cample of UDGA will make up the strong men of sv.YO' : l\. Low-Priced Olds Special'AUo Available an a
Way it quickly rest and allays sleep the or cough you are permitting to- and a fro interacting booklet. his administration until after the way five miles! long was finished 100.1101 .O; L\5.o: at Slightly Higher Price

have your money back. (Adv.) CAKPRNTKK'S DUUO STORE general election. Reason for Sunday. This track goes from 6'C" EGaG1 SB jr YOU are a buyer of lowthe way it neat ono "qalll'1 |'"
that--he hadn't actually been below Starke to the reservation, : : ..u\S.: priced cars-see CldmmoYou'll egtre thai tha flit tptW.. ,
elected governor of Florida until and "1i fc./e/ We're now showing the built Oldsmobiloi'! -otrll''
will greatly benefit Camp, ell 0 "<> ""
BOREE FUNERAL HOME the other day.Naturally Blanding In \\9-1 S1Eg beautiful big Old. Sp.ei-a you should-
transportation facili i \ th.t pa is in the fina-car ((01
you
:' Ambulance Service Day or Night Phone 131 .a* the governor-elect ties. The third day of the work' $IGG U' BODY cCar.. as to *>.., luxury and Old' price btt'i *t..>851( ""

We have added a late model AMBULANCE: : to our equipmentwith I progressed through his campaign, train which was started as an F1511Eit.oxntY keeps you in the S,* flU.." at V
he tentatively made selection of } ,) low.pric. Sedan atari Nd .
experiment had a record crowd ..uiO\\ Held in AVer
special spring for easy riding :prospects for key posts, but gave of 500 and a great number is ... r1 STE operating colt and mal.t.- .d.liv.rfdmubjoet et /l.anaIrd .....
"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" O. II. nennett.; Manager 'I' no Intimation of identity Now, expected daily ; P" CO\\;:Sl'l\l'Nu nance earpense. Come In-and State ta.,optIon:I.equIP"". prr< however, with the general elec- 1\1D" tee the brilliant Old. Special andacceuo"A" .,rho"
tion In the background, the conferences 111\i1G: today-compare It. features : ,>1015VuL',
S
between Holland and his BETHEL \DFt1'a't0U5 .- compare its price-compare notIce. AtIINE"AI

ARLINGTON HOTELCorner I I advisers! will center for the next IIV :\1.... D. D. Woodard no\1G\\Ou. O"Vr'"t urlf* \ \\\)ItI "
few weeks un'\b' IIYDRA-MATIC DRIVE \
upon the appointmentsh Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Gltason Q I
Arlington and Garden Street will make after the first of ; *Optional at extra coal \ 't '
the were visitors to : Qq\ 4
Lake City Sun- For handling ease b.yond anything : p.
t OAINKSVIU-E. FLORIDA year. day. ynu'.. .v.r known,try Oldsmobile'i Y
Mr. and Mrs.\ Dave Woodardof \ "no clutch, no shift" Hydra.Matic \
IS CONE JOB HUNTING:'\
Gainesville All automatic I
were guests of D. ahiftinj la
t I', $1.00 And Up Weekly Rates The story Is being told- -but as O. Woodard Sunday. rPIIE CAR /

Air Cooled yet not confirmed-that Governor Raymond Smith and Lester
t Steam Heat Cone will not be unreceptive to John. were visitors to Hamilton OLD SMO31L

1 an offer of a federal post of some County Sunday. IT'S
Hot and cold water In
every room Inner Spring Mattrerse. kind or other as soon as he steps

With or without llulhn, With or without 1\le'81. down from office In January BRANCH CONK:'\ CHANGES:'\

Some Floridians whose political St Augustine,-W. Branch

>, J Two Rlocka From Business District And I'ostoffice complexions with dislike. for are the shaded deeply Cone has resigned as executive Toro
outgoing
governor Co
secretary to Governor Fred P. de
'';, ,r T. J. Cone, Proprietor are going so far as to Cone, his brother, to become procurement Chevrolet
say that tie actually U seeking! a officer for state selec-

:.ederM Job Instead of retiring tol|,tlve service headquarters here.

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Jones THERESSA I the program Immensely. New Deal Gains In House of full Democratic control is assured ported throughout the Florida. I
Bob By Mrs. A. I Sullivan All her
I many friend will be I I growing areas, and the bureau
Rind to learn that Mrs. Despite Tax And DraftA
Gar\'t'1-fI'IKf'r|, M. B. However. Insurgent Southern, said carlot shipments probably ? ,
Miss Elsie Belle I Plummer Is recovering from, a recent Conservative Democrats have, would be under way by Decem.
On Here Geiger of illness. congressional election that was another extraordinary factorof
ments Theresna and 'Mrs. W. : made common cause with Republicans -' ber.

", ilereatter of Georgia I were D. Garrett I Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Moore hadas broke every rule and precedentof thin unique election. Both were I on many fiscal matters, and I The celery crop was described r
quietly
American has been defense
d I politics committed to
married Wednesday their week-end guests their emergency have increasingly been a brake on as In good condition with
ship-
own life. night at the. completed along' with the presidential re-arming as fully and as rapidlyas
Roosevelt
live my niece and domestic policies
to home of Judge E. K. I nephew, oIl' and Mrs. so ments expected about mld-Decem-
l.Ant
I want anybody to tellwhat in Starke. The Perryman I Herbert C. Buck. race,< and President Roosevelt possible. Both favored cooperation that the big Democratic majority her
do sot do "I believe In ceremony was witnessed Is left in control of both with Great Britain Both looks more Impressive than It
to by a few Intimate Mr. and Mrs. William Wooten. Despite the drouth the condition
How many fJ'iendsl Senate and House announced their Intention of up- actually is.
oflsjes 1 liberty of the bride and bridegroom of Atlanta, Ga., were visiting rel- of most other
vi heard express Mrs. II holding the social and economic With crops was re-
we all Garrett I atives here this The Democratic Senate control only one third of the
week-end.
was reared In this They ported as 'good.General .
not com- laws of the New Deal. And both
these'' They are will remain at.about Its present Senate up for re-election. Incomplete -
also
like munity and has a host of friends attended the Ga.-Fla.. football ,
s of Christian peoL -, 2 to 1 ratio while In the House Ironically enough, charged the returns indicate that Mr.
xpresalons who are wishing her much hap- game in Jacksonville. other with bad faith In 4
the Republicans) are disappointed making Roosevelt would continue his almost Blanding
piness. R. R. Thede Is
man wants to Installing "day- In their hoped-for gains which these professions. 3 to 1 control of that body. '
'. Christian He de.lres to'' Mr. Garrett Is a native of light" fluorescent lighting in his Minority Leader Joseph W Mar- Democrats were for the most Now Retired j
Mi own life I Georgia and Is an employee of the I 1 store. He will also repaint the tin R of
God. A redeemed ( ) Massachusetts had part on the defensive. Republicans Florida I
of I CropsIn Maj. Gen. Albert H.
[the w\l1\ for personal Southern Railway Co. Mr. and walls and ceiling white to accentuate placed at a minimum of 60. and attacked. They denounced Blandlngof ,i I'
does not cry Mrs. Garrett will the new lighting system. the National Guard (the man I i
the liberty which! make their they must accept Instead a num- New Deal spending, charged the Acute Need
'rry, except Lord. He does home In Georgia. Jimmy Moore of St. Petersburg ber of scattering loses. Over the New Deal with waste and Inef- that Camp Blanding was named,. ",

ploys 1 In have the this liberty dlsmi J. S. Hall Is spending sometime was visiting last week-end nation for the most part Presi- ficiency and toward the end of Of MoistureCrops. for) went Into civilian retirement \ .

| wish to here with his niece Mrs, E with his grandparents, Dr. and dent Roosevelt has run ahead of the campaign centered attentionon I f last week after a salute '
day
ttd. Mrs. G. W. Brown and Mr. and In North. Central and long .1"!
S. Sibley. his party, and has helped to carry the alleged danger of war
Apostle Paul was willing Mrs. J, H. Moore. Democratic members of under Roosevelt In parts of South Florida are in to his 43: year of military service
Mrs R. C. Congress leadership.
personal' liberty Dampler spent the acute need of rain I
the Federal
his ,
.
week-end In High On next Sunday morning the along with him. fact the campaign in the final :
frtban stumblingTin Springs with
be
a Agricultural
to weaker her husband. Rev. H. Hazzard will preach the But this Con resslonal election analysis came down pretty muchto this Marketing Service reported Thirteen guns of the 116th Field 1
of some week.
the way third sermon on the text: "And has differed In certain Mr. Hoo evelt's personality. Artillery boomed out his final .
.1 could with a Mr. and Mrs. J, respects
tlan. Paul D. Griffis now abideth faith hope and love from "October was as dry as any military recognition a Tampa
visited every other peacetime one Many voters strongly opposed
eat meat that relatives in
Waldo
t coaaclence Idols but Sunday and the greatest of these two Is in history, and carries lessons the third term, but congressional month on record for many area battery stood for his final review -
to "
teen offered love" Love Is the subject of the which politicians will scan and election results Indicate this did In the State the bureau's month.I but several hundred friends tin
makesJroUier
"If eating meat I will eat I Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Zeigler morning service and Thanksgiving discuss for years to come. Almost not outweigh other factors In de ly bulletin said both military and civil life

to offend, of Gainesville visited Mr. ZelgIler's will be the subject in the every political canon was termining the result "While a few local showers! fell I arose at a dinner in his honor In

meat while the world of consciencehe stands. parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. evening; in keeping with the holiday violated by the Members of Con- It Is estimated that 90 per cent In some sections 0 f extreme I testimonial to long service still
I had ,the liberty Zelgler, Sunday. which Is near at hand. before South Florida where crop development to come.
gress just
they came
up of the
Metropolitan was for
had liberty as a press
also eat this meat, but G. M.\ Bennett was a visitor\ at Mrs. E. A. Morgan, Miss Catherine : for re-election of which two Instances Mr. Wlllkle so that the Influenceof showed remarkable recovery -, At the age of 64, General Blan Al

nrtlan to hungry if the home of his daughter Mrs. Morgan and Mrs Alton are the most notable: the use of the radio in deter- from September rain dam ding will begin his retirement at

I would even than go to hinder C. Sullivan, recently Gleesly. all of Atlanta, were First of'all, Congress broke mining the result must once age, most ureas are badly In his llartow home In the honorary

1 be. rather who might stumble Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Milliken !guests': of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. the moat sacred political rule of again be appraised, and editors' need of moisture and farming op- !bank of lieutenant general, but he J'.'

p brother which Paul could and children. Sylvia and Glen, of Edwards last weekend.The all in daring to Increase taxes must ask themselves, an they did cratloriH were sharply curtailed'except ,: made It plain that It means no In- .
r the liberty Ocala visited Mrs. Mllllken's Ladles Aid will before after where Irrigating w a a' activity. '
parents Society Just appealing for 1936 why they appear to
I1)y.' Mr. and Mrs. A L Sullivan meet at the home of Mrs. G. W. tion. It I I. the cynical re-elec-I have such slight effect in moving: available With military precision he told "

|l do certain things" and they Sunday.Mr. Brown Tuesday, November 19th. suylng In Washington that this is the mass of voters I "It must be kept In mind how the crowd honoring him at dinner ;y1 t
I have heard
that
not hurt me ever, faculties for Irrigating .+ '
I many times In my evangells- and Mrs. John Sullivan The Lawtey Boy Scouts met iilmply not done and Is political K\erjthing Is Umutrratlo vegetables are available In nearlyall that his retirement was compulsory :.
Llvian Sullivan Mrs. Lucille with the Scoutmaster Rev. Huz suicide. But Congress did it. It .
work. The person who does I The effect of all these various areas, and have Increased under Army regulations, but 'the I,,"
Moody and little daughter, Myra, zard last week and elected the was urged to do so, not throughany : ,
liln do not hurt "
things that forces was to continue the un- steadily for the past few years. I la still ready to
Inner accept
hurt of Waldo, were /guests of Mr. following troop officers for the compulsion, but by Insistent The any
personally but someone and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler Monday.B. coming half year: R. W. Mosley public pressure. It was usual circumstance In Washingtonof strawberry section around other call that might come to s
continues to do Plant
*
City with a small
and yet with quakes and trembling that a Senate and House of the percent- any place he la needed.
things, Is unchristian In his Loper and EarlGelger were Patrol Leader; L. G. Crews assistant age of acreage under water con. j,

ft lude. We have no right to visitors to Jacksonville Sunday. P. L.; Walton Paul Treas.; sented the Congressmen themselves thereupon pre- same political complexion as the trol appears to have suffered I NEW TRAIN SCHEDULE I

(anything however harmlessy Mrs. Florence Loper visited relatives Hob Plummer Scribe; and Col- after to the electorate presidency. It is the rule rather most the bureau said, while most i, NorthboundNo. 11
which be in Starke Sunday. man Phillips Quartermaster violating this ancient than the exception for one of
be to us, may vegetable growers on the lower 1\.
rule. 2-Due Starke 6:13 a.
: m.
rful to someone else. The Miss Ida Hagan. Mrs. H D.I I Several local draftees received these two chambers rb be held by East Coast, In the Everglades, on
I'armlox of the Draft No. 103-Due Starke 6:21: p m. i
,le who talk most about per- May and Mrs. A. H. Kelsay were their questionnaires this week and I But even the opposition. President Roosevelt the lower Went Coast and at Southbound ;"

_l liberty are usually the peo- shopping In Starke Friday. the general attitude was. one of I the action of more Congress momentous In passing was however has hud a Democratic Stanford, Winter Garden and Bar- No. l--Due Starke 10:32: : p. m. I
Iwho know least about savings cheerfulness and eagerness to I majority for eight years in tow have been able to keep their
Mrs. Don Stilley of Jackson- the first peacetime draft Just before No. 107-Due Starke 9:20: a. m.
1 and the -power of the Cos- ville Is visiting her mother Mrs. "Help Uncle Sam" if need be. election. Many Congressmen both chambers, and will now continue crops in good condition through Starke-ilell BranchNo.
this for another two years. Irrigation.
W. M. Andrews this week privately announced their 101-Leaves. Starke 7 a. m., J. t
Bobble Hall of Starke spent Road 48 Bridge sorrow over this act. Democratswere Besides Congress there Is also "Prospects for all crops have dally except Sunday.

\\y Scouts To Have the week-end with his aunt, Mrs.J. Breaks Under Strain flogged Into the action by Mr. Roosevelt's official family to increased considerably" since the No. 102 -- Arrives Starke 1:5::
P. Dickinson the President and public pressure. consider Following custom, (the first of September said the bulletin p. m.
ual Open House Willis Swindle nine members of the Cabinet are "and a goodly harvest of
of
Rainbow Automobile traffic between Republicans led the fight to post- .
Springs Is spending the week herewith pone the draft' bill till after elec- understood to huve submitted pro snap bean, eggplant cucumbel's.PE'Ppl'rs aRUMFORD
|'y Scout Troop 70 will hold his parents, Mr. and Mrs I Jacksonville and Camp Blending tion and ran up majorities for forma. resignation and It Is now and tomatoes Is now In :1 "

{annual "open house" meeting S. R. Swindle. I on Road 48 was temporarilyhalted delay In both chambers.It up to the President to decide view. Harvest of beans cucumbers RIDDLESWhy I /
lay night at the American whether to accept them. Special eggplant and was I
peppers
Mr.
and Mrs. C. Sullivan and Sunday when a wooden was believed by many experienced
ton hall. All parents, rela- Mrs. Josephine Sullivan were 'I of Black politicians on both sides Interest centers on Frances Per well under way by the first of > can't Mr. Taylor/ ,
bridge over a tributary
and friends of members of kiM of Labor who has November, and by the middle of
visitors to Starke Saturday after- of the aisle that this situation Secretary use the t./ephone.t/ iMCAUSI ( .
I Troop are Invited to attend. Creek showed signs of collapsing would aid the Republicans. As a been attacked by John I* Lewis. the month should be in peak pro i

[wards which .the Scouts haveed noon.Miss Minnie Swindle of Jack- under the heavy strain placed matter of fact as far as early Observers here generally expectthe duction.

ed the past year will ben sonville visited her parents Mr. upon it in recent weeks. returns can be judged. It did not Cabinet to continue much a e "Tomatoes should be gaining a I

out including pins and and Mrs. S. R. Swindle, Sunday. The bad condition of the bridgewas aid the party and apparently It is for President Roosevelt In fair movement by that time and ;I'.a '

Ills lent to the Troop from Mrs. Thos. F. Brown of Hamp- discovered when the driver caused some difficulty to Individual the past. has always shown great first loadings of escarole should

fit t headquarters. Also at this ton was the guest of her sister of a heavy duty "float" movinga members on either aide personal reluctance to make appear and a little cabbage by

11 Scout executive ;from< the Mrs. A. L. Sullivan. Sunday. drag line to Camp Blandlng who had voted, against the draft, changes. November 25 may reach local
b Florida Council will form- heard the noise of breaking tim In Its own way thin result Control of Congress under a markets.. General quality, of .

| present the charter for Troop LAWTEYBy bers and barely managed to pull may be one of the most Interest- new mandate gives Mr. Rooseveltmore Florida produce Is excellent--the ;.1 I

[ Attendance badges and regis the heavy trailer over the span Ing national referendums of the freedom to carry out his best In years-and the price i M t

pon cards will be given to the Bill I'lummer & Henry Godwin without damage.A election. It would appear that programs. It l la rare In historyfor seems to be the (only problem 4

pbers. Rev. and Mrs. Weber and crew of workmen was put the public Is firm In Its Intentionto one party to dominate White confronting the grower."

ents will be interested to daughter. Lois, gave a very Interesting to work at once on the Job of repairing rearm and make America House. Senate and House simultaneously The Everglades snap bean crop MCI,, Taylor knot It busy "11I.a 1 kw

>. that there will\ be a demontlon and talented musical recital I the bridge and passenger strong, and that It Is ahead of for any length of time was described as one of the prettiest "'.nd. III* pat ..WI bout HUMFOKO.. Y..
Mr. Roosevelt has broken pre ever grown In that area, can, v.. HUMfOUD In any pad recle 'In III.'
by the Church Wed- cars were allowed to resume Congress and the Administration
[ each patrol and a at Baptist mount lh. eUetHent toll f.,. Send for fill
t show will be staged by nesday night. Their Instruments ; travel across it by Monday morn- In this respect, rather than the cedents, however by keeping his Plantings a II of November 1 >..1.! __. Aadreui Rumfard laklitt '.. ."._,,
consisted of swiss bells, glasses Ing. other way about In the matterof Party In complete power for eight totaled 13.00O to 14,000 acres ,lo. I, Humford. tlhatf* blend.
boys.p defense. Furthermore years and now another two years Cabbage plantings were re ...,."".. .m.........................'
> 70 will also have the and "canverted beer bottles" 1. e. the result -- -- -- -- -- - -- - -

'ge of holding Its own Court beer bottles filled with water. All legal blanks. promissory gives Home basis for believing -

pnor at this time, a d'istlnc- : Beautiful and rare music can be notes retain title note, carriedIn thut the draftees and their

llhKt Is usually vested In the rendered from ordinary drinking stock by the Bradford Count parents have accepted the Act as

lutlves of the Central Council. II glasses. All attending enjoyed Teh-Bra, a necessary -part of defense and
that they do not harbor political ThankYou- "

HAMPTON A New Twist To Egg' resentment There may on be account danger of of it.read-

By :MLsAda Nlmmo Ing too much Into this
but
result

16 little child of Mr. and Mrs. By Katharine Fisher early analysis Indicates that lead- I I I I II

y W Williamson died last DiHctor, Good llounkttfiHg ImtnnU Ing draft exponents were successful FOR THE BIGGEST OCTOBER

relay the,, The bereaved parents* while had hard a number going of or opponentshave suffered I I II

sympathy, of the entire Rich In vitamin A, iron and protein, eggs go a long way toward deteat.
unity helping you give your family well-balanced, nourishing meal. Serve one National
KiiM-rgenoy Helped
e Rev. C A. Warren willc egg a day per person or more if your budget allows. Don't depend alone the I
h at the Baptist Church next OT the old standbys of fried eggs poached eggs, and eggs cooked in the Probably ( controlling factor SALES WEVE EVER KNOWN !
ay morning and hell, but serve them in pjHdings or ice creams, in egg sauces for vegetables as the polls now reveal, was the
r. evening. in sandwiches in milk drinks etc. Or try these delicious recipes national emergency and the desireto
and Mrs. Brooks spent the t of ours for a change. support the Administration In
'vend with Mr. Brooks' sister Its, difficult task. Democratic
Dr.adfilII
iunnell.si Spoon
congressmen supported the President -
!. recipes ruled b, Good Hemeifiig '" ")
Mariam while their
Guy of Talla- Republican opponents -
"'e U.. InitituU-appro a.lf-plnt mtviurlne; cup and ipoona.
took
spent their from
the cue Mr.
week-end with M...u r. level. ,
parents the Rev. and Mrs 7 Wlllkle and generally advocatedthe
s T ; 4 e, taottlxl' milk or t e. "raporaudmilk
Guy. 1 and a.. ...t_. same foreign policy.In .
r. Stewart visited friends and 1 v. fln. water-frround eornmval fact the similarity of the
2 tlMp. butter or m.r...,"*
IVes in Dunnellon last Sun- ..lt two parties on paper at least,
He was I 45.*....U l) b..Un .
home
accompanied y
Is wife and Ron Junior. Scald the milk in a double boiler. Gradually stir

r. and Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux } I in the cornmeal and cook until the consistency of PREVIEW IikLi 2
FASHION
rented the large dwelling mush. Add the butter and salt and pour over the well-;

e which belongs to W. Brt beaten eggs gradually while stirring. Pour into a N
i. : greased or oiled 1I H- 1 u11
KATHARINI riSHI of 425 r' for 45 min. Serve at once with plenty orDI'ftfoo' So""FlOg
Weeks and Mrs. Silcoaldosta x butter. Serves 6. To serve 2 or 3 make half this recipe, '' 111'trr1USBITSFLYESTIw

Ga., are visiting here Goof ffouirkrtptng Serve as a main dish for Sunday-morning breakfiuit!;
eek. Initllutf with fl uit or fruit juice, creamed dried beef and coffee.
*CONCUUD SAKTYSTEKTH2IUING

r ...b d..rD..4isg
Changes Puffy Ollllll"tt How""" .,.01.,1."0....

Tobacco np..p.rat.4" t IV.. v.u-r NEW IIGNISSNIW
Quotasa :..!.
tup. 3. ttwp. Mlad oil or fat 7Ae
H tap. pa".... KSAPicks OmOlETrSales LONGER WHIUIAttIONGER

statement to farmers this Beat the egg whites stiff with a hand beater or an electric: beater at *
County Agent T. K. Mc- high speed. Beat the egg/ yolk. until thick and lemon-colored; add the URGE, WIDER

Jr declared that some of salt, pepper, and 'Rater. and beat thoroughly. Fold the egg-yolk/ mixture FISHER IODIES
cent press releases from the lighjy but completely into toe egg whites. Meanwhile heat the salad oil| of new 1941 Chevrolets in October I*.** N. Craft V.M/ario.j

rtment of Agriculture or fat in a skillet tip the skillet to grease the aides and the bottom evenly. *OE LUll KNEE-ACTION ON
I In
turn the heat to low and add the omelet mixture. Cook over low heat'
.Ington Then l N
have fA topped all previous marks for the month in All MODUS
'I,j been mlsinter- until well puffed and golden drown on the underside-about 9 min. Then, (win .00aaeoJ
and have given growers set in a moderate oven of 350 F. for 5 min., or until the surface ceerns set' Sw gGereel mud *.w, sad
Waken Idea that their to- when pressed with the finger. J Chevrolet's 29-year history. a record- ....,.,.".rI SIt..",,..., !1o""r.,J

quotas will be increased 10 Now loon en the aides of the omelet with a spatula, cut: through the, *90-H.f. YAIY[-IN-HEAD
nt to handle of the pan-without cutting all the ,
over 1940. middle-at right angles way
..Wish! to correct this through. Then fold the omelet carefully from the handle to the opposite breaking reception for a record-breaking "VICTORY" ENGINE
JI.- McClane Impres- aide of the pan and turn onto a hot platter. Serves 6. yy.. *OIIGINAL VACUUM-POWII .1

tobacco quotas will said\ remain"be- car value. a new high tribute to the leader SHIFT AT NO IXTIA COSTBuilt

. few exceptions the same as Egg: Stuffed Tomatoes ( / M Oa/r CVUvrWe lad *J

Ee HO' t mf'd'u"' ..'.... _.w. 114 Up.melted .batterIbep. for the finest car the leader ever built *sut-T-snflAt HYDRAULIC t
reason: for Salt a kcttleo' milk or I tI.... "
the error was I Pepper eraporeted1 milk and I u.... water. err IRAKI
:qUotas had been reduced by H a. soft bread rumbe 110 H-oe. ... eendfeneod.....of rhit, mere ouhloaJ1..
"Pe ent prior to the July I t sap tbap. mise.doaMb .......- soup College fainfuna this fall are .aa//, s.hh ...1 c..oe.;
'l1dull1. but appealing many who are _
re'' a after growers I Scrap out aU the pulp and Juice from the tomatoes and sprinkle the1' either over or above college age.
t 'the three-year marketing inside well with salt and a little pepper. In each tomato place 1 tb p. breadcrumbs j For Instance the above outfit.
/ quotas were raised 10 and 1 tap. minced onion. Break 1 whole egg into each tomato cup;
Ideal
"t. for those who like to walk,
>r back to the normalntl I sprinkle with salt and pepper. Combine the remaining; 2 tb p. of bread', 1
* which were l Issued in crumb with the melted butter, and sprinkle 1 Up. over each egg. Bake Ini consists of black and white wool j
I a shallow baking pan in :a moderately hot oven of 375 F. for 25 min. shepherd check a velveteen collar -
I Meanwhile add the milk gradually to the soap ithrlng- constantly, and' on the jacket, patch pockets
s FOR heat. Serve with the stuffed tomatoes. Serves 6. In serving 2 or 3 make1' and a red leather belt, High TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
" SALE-"Room* for half this recipe. If a 16-oz.: can of cream of mushroom soup Is used for th | white sock, clocked In red. are
' "For Rent" lOc each. lance instead of the condensed soup, melt 2 tbsp. butter or margarine'! much less with such
Bradford County Telegraph add 2 tbsp. flour, and blend. Add the soap, and heat thoroughly stirring! trying a STARKE FLORIDAw
e. constantly. I( short skirt. ,
MI



COITNTT TEUXmAPfl. STARKE. FIX>nro.% FlUD.n"
BRADfORD .
: ElGIn TOt'h3tRae; __ ,
a3,
HISTORY OF THE ELECTORAL COLLEGEBy : l,CAMP HOSPITAL. TO DE'- worked oionTT
school children free of hook worms in about with '

Ttia, Bradford, County Telegraph eight years, BUT-we must have the co- Frederick.J: iraskin In Orange County Chief a ,LARGEST IN COUJfT.RY{ : of the early pioneer,I1U8hI1t'"'

:,.._. ,. .. .... em day treatment the'j 1
,
Continued from
( page one) ut
I of the elec- tuberut'
Natab1h he4 1811 operation of parents to get rid of the pest No national election has| escaped a discussion at Fort nayarrl :II !
'" .''t. entirely:" the doctor stressed. toral college. although that device of the'.Constitution was :w ter' Is exceptionally(: pure, supplied He has had two ]AI I
MEMBER of the great I from artesian' wells and the In the tour
the shortest-lived in usefulness of any portion Phllipptnps
It. is'up to parents to abolish the old '

r '' kjliy tw' DA PRESS AssooAnoN surface toilets and see that, Vheir .,children document.part of the'The"Constitution( fact" that the when, electoral so many college amendments,still remainsa' have ,, supply Important Is abundant factor In which"military Is an capacities World' War, ,liP he the served Dunng 1n \'a.!:

-. Otwa4d .01Idiii. are 'tested' and, if found positive, see, that been made to i ft is one of the curious 'things in American housekeeping." ville tor, ,Camp IC: Zachary medical Ta lor,In'L',
1 ''n they get the treatment promptly. is hardto politics. The hospital medical detach- y. camp: surgeon '
I Jackson, (fJ
(
ment will be fed from 'nlumb
yt' i} ,I -.bullbed Meekly on Frhlays and Entered M Sec11.t..r believe, but we still) have a few parents Were the country's forefathers who drafted the Constitution hall set up In the a medical regularmess : sion surgeon of ''he s S C,; :

... Class at the Font Office, at Starke, Fla._ who will not give their children the treatment to be placed on trial today to defend their electoral center area. The officers and In the proceM" of 101s1 dill(

W Z--: : Mau'bewa ..__..::__ Editor and Qvi er in spite of all efforts made by the college the 'main defense probably would be that even in nurses will be quartered and' the time of the organlzatl Ilgnlng

n -. State Board of Health, the health nurses, the present form of election the method has worked well and messed in the hospital unit. The und armistice then al Camp DIll, o
) vt' SUDS'mPTION RATE has not failed seriously to register the popular will. Yet it operating room .will be equippedwith Served 113 Camp
teachers and doctors. Dr. 'Herlong stated. at Camp au!
e P'r r'' Yearly ,..30; SU Month. 73o-Payable In Advance has come so near thwarting that will several times that the latest type equipment bland Upton In Yaph9.nk,
yril N
s 'u Advertising: Kate on Application The State Board of Health is now en- possible changes to eliminate the chance of such an out- the physiotherapy department will commanding Y Later he sea

gaged in condemning all unsanitary, earthen come are a matter of live interest. This admission must be ,a and n exceptionally the laboratory completeunit 'and X- pltal 42, Spul'lunburg ntr1cer, Genera, ]

Thoughts After Seeing toilets in this county and is urging the construction be made, however, that no plan has been offered which even ray equipment will be of the most Its close and then became S. C"

j An. Armistice Day Parade of fly-proof sanitary pit units in mildly threatened the existence of the present device. recent models for examinationand of No medical services of

; their places. If this program meets'with Although great importance is attached to political parties, diagnoeis! of cases. He 19 Oteen Asheville, ;
I a Monday/ morning we saw a parade of New recruits'' will be returned from
; and each upholds the Constitution, it makes no mention detainedfor ll1eI
the cooperation that it deserves, it will bea pines the last
:I
t It was;not a very elaborate parade. them. The framers of that great document did not an- a period of two weeks In an which time time In 1931.

i There were no blaring brass bands. big step forward in preventing re-infec- ticipate that political parties would develop. Not only this, Inspection area to determine In the Walter he has been on

f There were' no strutting drum majors. tion of children! who have had the treatmentand but they thought that it would not be in the interest of whether, they Is are free from disease pita I and then Reed M Genera]
It expected that this detention
There was no gold braid, and not a single are momentarily free of hook worms. the best form of government to give the people a direct area will accommodateabout structor.lnspeetor of the medl 43

i brass button Thus, it is possible that school children vote for ,the President. Instead they provided the electoral 500 men.Sanitation vision following Which he ,a
tailed for
But it impressive parade may be freed of the pest in less than eighty college. is stressed and a surKeon's duty In the carp/ )
was
a ,
very office
The that the electors would talk things and Fifth
idea over
years, and Bradford County can take its was concerted effort made to keep the His family Corp
for all that. i9
vote for the man whom they believed best qualified for camp clean and Its appearance in Bonville. relllding 10I
It was a parade of 872 Bradford County place at the head of all Florida counties Chief Executive. But the rise of political parties after. 1796 first class shape until the arrivalof

1' school children. from a standpoint of health.O did away with the practical use. of the electoral college, the Incoming troops II I

r'h' Down Call Street they filed, in their although it continues to function as the safeguard for whichit Colonel Poust, who is in com-, i50YearsA|
mand of the entire
hospital, Is
sample, but neat and warm school clothes. The {War Is Now Spreading Out was instituted. particularly well fitted for this' !
Electors who the electoral college are nominatedin
On An Empire-Wide Front compose tremendous assignment, and his
Their gay chatter and frequent laughterwas accordance'with State laws. Under the Constitution the Mr. Abe Strickland on

sweeter music to our ears than a stir- The "Battle of Britain" is at least temporarily selection of electors of the various States takes place on the varied efficiency experiences record 'in the and past superior qualifies !- and ley Lake has has a large grip, ,

ring march from Sousa's band. slowing in tempo. The "Battle of same day throughout the country. This has been set by him for this exceptionally It at this a second time ( crop of fr

Here was a group representative! of all the Empire" has begun. Starting point was Congress as the first Tuesday after the first Monday in important post. Mr. Scott Alvarez

the school children of all the states of the Italy's invasion of Greece. November of the year preceding the presidential inauguration. He was born In Pennsylvaniaand to Starke. has ret
Each State is entitled to the same number of electors entered the Army from Phil- Cane boilings
lmlon. Here were embodied the ideals of Whoever controls are In
Greece, its islands, adelphia in 1911.
as it has Representatives Senators in Congress. On Next thing: our young folk
health, happiness, and contentment in and its many undeveloped sea and naval and this basis, there are 531 members of the electoral college. He has served at many stations I be taking straw rides

greater portion than could be found in any submarine bases, largely controls the MediterraneanMussolini's 1 throughout the United States but ; IN
mainly in the various general hospitals TIIK: CIIMIIT ('star'
other country on the face of the globe. It "M are nostrum." Electors of each State meet at places designated by the of the Army. For years he 1"1.01tllJ FOil hnuPOku cot 1\t

was a simple parade, but it was inspiring in The Italian attack on Greece is obviously State legislators-usually the State capital. They sign two :


its symbolism.And designated as the first step in a carefully certificates of all votes given by them. Each of these cer- checking counter has been moved Wilbur-V".(iaxklneitl'IeFnnu.
tificates .must contain two separate lists- -one of the votes from its former position In the Ttflla Mae is.ktn! J) .
then there came a sobering planned Axis effort to destroy Britain's in .' To: DELLA MAE; KI.\S
for President and the other for Vice President; After the center of the old store to a new residence IN unknown \
thought. fluence in that area. If that attempt should votes are cast and sealed they are forwarded to the Presi- location at the exit. A novel appear It In horehy ordered ih

It took very little imagination to picture succeed, the Axis would have taken a long dent of the Senate of the United States. In order that no feature, a new one in Starke. Is Will! of Complaint on Ix--ember filed 16,,?l D0,?',

an enemy bomber diving out of the step toward eventual victory in the war. mistake may arise, one is sent by registered mail, the other the "rolling self service baskets," CHUMS In the, and atntvr II entitled|I. urthr o,,,

clouds bringing death and where by special messenger. They are accompanied by a certificate resembling a perambulator except that this oril.'i, .it puhll>h :
sorrow a Whether it will succeed is the questionnow. that Instead of a bed for the baby each. week ft.i tour con,
executed by'the Governor of the respective State, setting works In the Biadfoni!
moment before had been life and laughter. there are two baskets 'for I
Best answers seem to be that it will t forth the.names of electors and the number decisionof groceries Telegraph, a n"''"|itppr' pal
or .
this Fluorescent lighting! will in llfiKUoirt County Florida..
Suppose happy parade
were suddenly
fail. For one thing, the Italians, as in the the votes cat9t. This ends the work of the electoral college be Installed throughout store WltnvxH my hand and

turned into chaos-children falling mangledin past, have shown themselves to be and it is then the duty of Congress officially to count Nasworthy said, and much more this Starke Novemhvr: llradfnrd 15th Cminir l"li, f
the streets while others ran screaming rand the vote. remodeling and (OFFICIAIj i HEAU) A.I.Ti
announce rearranging will
,
fighters-'-the pathetically small and ill- Clerk Circuit C" 'art ti,
for..shelter to nearby buildings. The idea of electors is not new in the history of political take place In the store in the f'ounty Florida.
equipped Greek army has made the going K. K. 1'errynian
near future..
Ridiculous? science. In the days when Germany had an emperor hewas itor..y fnr "I'liilmlffi.! nltIlEPOHT
i plenty tough for Italy's warriors.. For an chosen by 'an electoral 1 college the of Poland I
Well; maybe. other looks'now ; .!kings! ,were OF rOI'VTV! FI'Ii'' \('Ir:
thing, it as, if Russia is cnosen oy me uiet, ana the ropes of Rome nave always nHAIIPOnI'OPWTY
No doubt the people of Poland, Holland '' Poll" TIIH YKAII HWMNH' MKPTKMIIRH: :Sft, "IW:
none too happy about present Axis moves, been elected by.,the College of Cardinals. Report of County Finances for the year ending Seplemli-r K
Belgium, France, Denmark would have as reported to the Comptroller by the Clerk rirrutt ('"uI.,
Although the framers of the
and may be preparing ,to resist. them. Constitution were careful to Board of County Commissioners.. of Bradford ('ounl)', Florku
laughed, also-a year or so ago. safeguard the'rote of the people, they provided that each of hereby Florida.published' under provisions. of Chapter 6813. Acts of till
For'a
third thing the British is ,
But these have ( navy elector cast his;two" votes for NOTE:
things happened-and separate candidates without : Road and Bridge Receipts I and Expenditure" are Ids
ARE happening yet. still the best navy, in,Europe, by a tremendous specifying'whlth, should be given preference for 'President. State, Audit, "Report No 2272. t :

margin. Italian .naval forces have The rule appli )d was that the one receiving the 'highest CONSOLIDATION OF AM. FUNDS' AhMLNISTERED4ICYl'GCOMMISSIONERS !
Like the automobile'accident, we can avoided number of votes' was elected President
steadfastly meeting their English and the one with RECEIPTS
imagine them coming'to every one but us- the next largest number'served Vice rash Balance October I, 1938 ______.?:_....___..__ __ I 11'
enemy, even when they had advantage in as President. In 1796 Current Ad Valorem Taxes _________?,____ I 11.52(171(
til rudely awaken this resulted in ,the election of John Tax Redemptions
we some morning in a Adams as President (
.
number and size of ships. An amusing i lcensesi I
treacherous ditch. i. and Thomas Jefferson as Vice President, although members I Fines. and Forfeitures ZHi.I.-_.I_ZI."I 2,95264
commentary on this is, found in a story of different parties. Racing Commission ------- 13,43164

Perhaps these were not altogether which has been making the rounds in Lon-1 In 1880 another complication came about when Jefferson I NfIsrellaneous Refunds, I Sale of Reeelpts'e Bonds, lnvestmente-Etc.-'--____ 1,619,19Total 4491

proper thoughts for Armiice: Day 1940. don. Every navy, the story runs, has its and Burr-members of the same party-each received 73 Receipts. _?._..________...___u.' 131 I I

Doubtless some will say, we should have own favorite, drink: The English prefer gin, votes. As provided in the Constitution, this carried the I Total Available _____u.h. -- *
been remembering the dead of 1918 rather contest to the House of Representatives, each State havingone EXPENDITURES
the Americans take whiskey, and the Ital- vote cast its I (Uenernl Administration _____ ____,__.... ____ } ll.705 (*
I than speculating upon tragedies yet unborn. ians stick to by delegation. Jefferson was elected Law Enforcement. and Court Costs ...___._ 7,6113
port President with 10 States, with 4 for Burr Ri>ad and Bridge Expenditures ____________ 7.H7? 41Welfare
But those who are long past dead have already' __ and 2 not voting. (All Phai.es ___________._____._n_ 7.1I176IAarlculture
Burr became Vice President. To avoid such a conflict in and Publicity -----__w____..__. 1,226(
paid for someone's mistakes, while Americans Are Quick Forget the future, the 12th amendment was adopted in 1804, which Temporary RulldlnKH." ConHtructlon Debt or Repair-__ 3,66398 l.HOdOO

those who are yet to die have not. It is The Bitterness Of CampaignsA provided that each elector cast one vote for one person for Total Aut---------------------------0,98966Net )

the latter who are now our ,chief concern.So observer President and one for Vice President, both to be chosen by I Disbursements.. _..-_.__....._. .- '144
foreign watching the a majority of the electoral votes. Since then Cash| Riilunce.' September 30 1939' .?_-- 1
only
while one con-
we respect and honor those
American political scene during the past test has been carried to the House of Representatives. That Total DUburnements and Cash nalnnce 5I
who gave their lives in the last World War, few months would have doubtless ASSETS ..
to in
come was 1824 when John Quincy Adams received 84 electoral Value of County Bulldlns-H and Equipment ,'
let us concentrate on a defense program that the conclusion that the people of the United votes and Andrew Jackson 99, neither having a majority. Board NOTE of:-Where possible bond.eliminated.CLASSIFIED and Investments. administered n
Administration
will protect those who take part in World States were so hopelessly split over the elec- The House decided in favor of Jackson. are

War: II--or better yet, make ourselves invulnerable tion that, regardless of who won, the nation *

so utterly impregnable that the For more than 100 years many efforts have been made ADS
would be disunited. But the election has
to eliminate the electoral
college from the Constitution.
savage conquerors'will see the folly of theirquestand come and gone, and the United States' is I There have been
many ideas advanced to do this, but re- WANTED-Bean-fed steers Will 'WHY SUFFER WITH AS
leave us alone to enjoy the fruits still here, still ready to defend its form of I taining the prineiple of State sovereignty. The one plan pay best prices.-Green's Store, when Mlnton's Remedy'

.f our ,democracy.May government, still prepared to present a often advanced is to have the President elected by the State, Starke Fla. 11-3 4tp 1895 has given relief ,to,A'
those 872 I voting as units; making adequate provision for and Bronchial suffer
; happy youngsters who united front against the forces of totali settling a $2 """
Look in 1940 'tie. Each State would vote for the candidate favored by the 16-ounce bottle
part our Armistice Day parade tarianism.The FOR SALE : Order now. Sarco Re
largest number of its voters. However
such a method n
:wrverknow: the scream of a diving bomber ability of the minority to accept would work in virtually the same way as the electoral Four-wheel trailer '7x18 ft. Sidney, Ohio

.rthe scream of a dying comrad. May they the decision of the majority, without bitter- college. For example, in 1876 when an electoral commission Used show cases, 4, 6, and FOR SALE- -31-acre fanll

continue to live in peace and carry their ness or rancor, is an American characteristic. was set up to settle the Tilden-Hayes controversy, each 8 ft. five good building!*4 *PJ

:flags in Armistice Day parades again next Without it, the United States would candidate had 17 uncontested States, and 4 were claimed Priced Right For Quick grove, potato crop On Road I

:Tear: and the year after that, and the year have fallen apart from internal strife by both. All four were awarded by the commission to Sale mi.strawberries north of courthowM
years
Hayes, giving him 21 States
with
after 185 electoral votes 1
that. Fla.
GLASS OF ALL KINDS Dell. Starke
ago. against Tilden's 17 States with 184 votes.

-O- This phenomenon has long been a Another objection to the electoral college is that it gives And Automobile glass installed LARGE COMFORTABU

We Make Some Headway source of mystery to nations of other lands, States with small population more influence in proportion while you wait.l for rent In Hawthornsfrom 6brt"

r Against A Very Real Enemy than it does States with a large population. For example ..ake front lots on east .shore Starke Ha 1ITlII
,
particularly those ruled by a dictator or his call or
details
I All enemies Nevada with 3 electoral votes and a population of 100,000 of Santa Fe Luke; four milea For Har''
the
endangering futures ,
equivalent. They see, on one hand an elec- has 1 electoral vote to every 33,000 population. New York from Keystone Heights lOOx D H. Matthews 1

as well as the lives of our young boys and torate so bitterly partisian that the voters has 47 electoral votes, but a population of 13,000,000 300 ft.-Sold on easy terms. Fin.

girls do not come from the outside. and politicians are almost at each others' which is 1 electoral vote for every, 270.000 persons. But, See BEAUTIFUL la Ie H'
ahort "I
It is comforting, therefore, to note that throats. But the morning after the elec- while this is true, it prevents States with large populations JOE PETER'S GLASS sites for Fe.sale Hand on to

:aume Headway is being made in the warfare tion they awake to find the losers congratu- from dominating elections. 438 N. SHOP 9th. St. Santa Blanding and lelll! the
The greatest of all objections is that it is !
Melrolt
: waged against a very real enemy of lating the victors, and the United States candidate to receive the highest number of possible for a Phone 596 GaJneavllle Fla. two miles from Churche.{ .

the- school children in Bradford County. once more a strong united nation. but fail of election. For example, in 1888 Cleveland popular votes polled, ping__ r .center Just the p.auu ,

This enemy is hookworm. This year with a presidential campaignas 5,540,050 popular votes and Harrison 5,444,337, but Har- FOR SALE-10-room house at I officers DW"-to I locate their bUIld.

DL a recent statement Dr. M. B. Her- bitter as any in history, with partisan rison received_ 223 electoral votes and was elected. But the Keystone Heights Gas stove Buy a large i lot may; be

lung' points out that a'' very material reduc- feeling running even higher than usual, the electoral college still exists-at least officially. Paul and gas water heater.-Mrs. bungalow terms If Lot lIece&&r. A
Savage, on
Keystone Heights.
tion in'tlke-number of positive cases has just dictators of the world again had their hopes Inside and Fla. tf C. E. Pea wall.PAOli Melro1l'
Tip Top out with
ben! reported by Mrs\ : Mabel Lewis, county raised that this time the United States Had Grocery white ceiling, and ivory walls' FOR
green trim. SALE -Coca-Col '('rIt o X ccrr
Doubles !
ante.' Lkst year's survey showed that 65 gone too far and the fight had weakenedthe SizeThe mlngs. New. easy to .see convenient cheap,_ Mallory THomasytRoad: FURNISHED LAKE ,

percent of ,'children in our county schools country at a time when it most needed Tip Top Grocery and Mar- I I the walls shelves, and are low Installed about 13. Starke, Fla. ltp on santa Fe we water.

.k were infected,, while figures just released '''to be strong. The final pleas of the, two I ket located went of the postottlce :form the floor space display of the cases FOR RENT-Three unfurnished lights, 1Awla.running San( F'Earlton.
store H.
F.
this week doubled size If'i
ndkate that the number of positives, now major candidates, however was in true the old Bank of Starke 1U building when into convenient aisles, down which rooms on Road 48. See SheriffA. Florida .t I to

i stand at 52.4 percent-a reduction of 13 American tradition, as they asked that the was assimilated by, opening; the lections.customers Near pass to the make their se. 0, Andreu. Starke. Itp east of Waldo

percent: ,under'lastyear.; ,United States remain solidly united during walla formerly existing between store are vtW large center of the FOR RENT-House on Lake Alto. FOR SALE Large /lz.r II

"One might expect the percentage to the present criais.The ]I the two buildings C. H. Nat- porting roof and columns at the same&up- IS: minute drive from Starke, house. ,screened 1/8/ ..ptJr c
worthy proprietor of what 1 II now time fully furnished porcb.
adding large living front
be higher since so, schools have had J Starke'a attractively to the large for
many election is over and the United largest grocery store and Interior. Special room and dining room,' four electricity Cheap

mar pupils who had'' not had treatment" States remains strong and free. meat market announced that his Placed neatly around displays,the base are of bed rooms bath oil and, wood p o. sot t2. v ateF'fl
establishment
Dr. Herlong said, "but those freed of the, O will operate under the columns. stoves, hot and cold water,
the of the
; iwssites have, far. over-balanced the name Tip Top SuperMarket The main and only front large fireplace and Heatrola, btiddleafed e
new Your membership, is needed. Help 1 to the Tip entrance electric refrigerator, servant's WANTED
( elmAt this rate of reduction, and if Bradford County's Red Cross Roll Call quota i Before the two buildings were moved .Ieveral yards Top has been house four-car garage, boat woman to live 011 pre I" '"t

paUicity, is continued we should have our by joining today. Joined' under one roof the old and Is a double door one westward for house good dock bathing and do light hOU. ketP at lct' -
bank was completely remodeled trance en- fishing. of child .
and another for Inquire at Alexander care r..
exit. The Co., Starke Fla. tf box 461.. cprke





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