Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 22, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01159
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Tile Home of The Sweetest Strawberries Tills Side of yltaeeKy ,,'I,

TFllikl 'rAItKE.. FWKIDA FUID.U', NOVEl\1I1t.lt: i2. UHO NUMBER FOVR t
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aI Guards Workmen Busy Changing: The Face Of Starke State Consultant W! ; 1 1f.

Mobilize I Will Study ,ii'.{!

May y,. rI 1r Problems':Here ;' J

Will He QuarteredIn Planning hoard Con'I j" "'

Armory For cerned With Rapid '. i

text Two Weeks Expansion Of Starke j:1:' '.,

liar, training will I I strike Starke. faced with the numerous I i"i"j, j

e lomlay when the two offic-I _T4 I problems that follow In the wake 'j
enlisted men and per-
twenty of mushroom; k ,
growth and
four reserve men of the too-rapid '.-f
[ the sales. rws a..nM-.w wA
1 National Guard Company expansion will have the assistance 4
[inducted Into Federal armyre "' d, ; dK ss and advice of the State Planning "+ <
to begin a year of Inten- j Board It was learned this week. '

Imllitnry training. George O. Gross., executive: fleeI ',. ;

Iwi Lieutenant T. T. Long, I > I retary,with (he'State Board, met '

!! officer of the Head- +r with local leaders here Tuesday ;
landing : _
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Detachment here said: ai i:, morning and stated that George bi, .j"

received instructions that i Simons consultant engineer with I ;'
ForjanUatlon j will mobilize on the planning body will be sent ,I; :

iy. November 25, 1940. Reorders here within the next few days a, '

for mobilization to make an exhaustive study of +r,.",

not been received at this Starke these days Is enjoying the greatest building boom in Its history PicturedIn Thin new building at the cvt'l'\t't 'lit' Cell and Court Streets will be the home of anew sanitary, housing, health, and ''f-' '

(Thursday noon) but I ex- this group are a few scenes showing construction now going on In the business drug store owned by Lewis W. loclof Arcadia. 'The building Is being con- public safety problems t, ..

110 receive them before' No- district along Call Street Above U an addition being made to the Guidon Grill structed by Congressman R. A. preen. on I the site of the former Insurance office of Mayor N. D. Wainwright, Jr., I f. :

r 25," The active enlisted (formerly the Courthouse Cafe), Johns & Walnwrlght appointed the following committee r.
have been Instructed by Lt. to confer with Mr. Simons during? 1 1 ,V

to report at the Armoryy j his stay here; Dr, M. B. Herlong.

morning at 8 o'clock, and t tIr W, M. Edwards, Carl Johns M. 'I:
eawrlM d I '
four reserves have been issued % ; F Brown J, M. Edwards and E.

18' inntructlons. y ( : L. Matthews. ii, ,

Long stated that according M a ato lilt, Mr. Growi was told that up until J' ,
ructions he had received, now the situation here Is not : ;,'

cal company would be sta- I critical Although there Is some '

In the Armory here until overcrowding in homes, and an fi,

tuber 11, when it would be acute housing shortage, there Is

erred to Camp Blandlng ea- an abundant wafer supply, and
the city' sewage kyMem has thus
Long added that: "A few
I tar proved adequate. Natural
teles exist at present in the I"t.. v
health conditions here are among
final, Guard and de-
anyone I I the best In the state, it was said.
; ID get the year of training' I
j the National Guard shouldt I The committee members recog- G
at the nise, however, that continuous)
t to me Armory.
Vg l growth of the city will bring '
the year of training en- <
problems'!, and
u men will receive regular! I many the relllllltlio.t
| Mr. Simon's
survey are eagerly
|r pay and allowances, he said. I awaited
e following young men of '

e and vicinity will be ef-

: (y the mobilization order: j Blanding Hospital

i Strut, James Dennis, Sam .
Half Complete
Al Kay Carlisle Robert ;, i
(IRalford). Robert Long 4
: Camp Hlanding'fs! 2.000-bod hos-
tar), Morris, Jackson, Wal'oliiwojj ..y t '

,j( :uyirtT, )'r' Owen This 18*gi *M" stUUt-tyJieajompte(, ? !ed: ,, will ... JttfcjUjp." "'*':,home ,of, Van It. Prle8t' .jf Construction has Just started pit new lhea tre. "to be operated ,by W. N, Carnusslon pital(ished.Is Col.now L.more H. JQU.t than, post half surgeon fin- f
ker (Keystone); John'Crewa: bC''to' U. store* The location Is between the RltsC fe, (formerly Bryan"'.., ands and Sam K.- Strato, of I< kANML'The' funding: / la being const rwid, by' Freeman .-,, at the'reoctyi-tion.' ,*.tilyes; '

ordl), Theodore Goodge! L. H. Knight j& Knight's law office. Mr. Priest originally planned to be In the store by-" Register on South Walnut*{Street property JUst 'northc of the' Register Motor terday."I t.r: '1
x. Edwin! I
Malone Ralford
( ),
In Myrlck, Joseph_ Walker Christmas, but has now given up the idea. Company. The 'medical. officer revfaled i f

.... that there would be
), Sum -- approximately
ford Simpson, George
K, L. O. 'Jones, A. W. Ander- / 240 nurses on duty at the Bland
Hostesses New Firing
Camp Range
Jr, and Tracy Baker (Key- :County Fair Churches To Hold Blanding Labor lng( hospital and that he Is expecting

I. The two officers of the Are Announced Planned At Camp the first contingent of
that group to arrive at the reservation l
any Lt.
are and Sec-
Long, ,
|Ueutenant Richard G. Kldd:I ,December 2 I Ool R, If Kelley, camp 'commander Union Service Plans are pttl"W Wfly for the At Peak of "bout November 21. They i I
Opens 21,000
es are Rudolph Andrews, has announced the appointment development of #n Artillery range : will be quartered, he explained.

m A, Edwards, Thomas of six hostesses! who bn the Camp iJ9niint| (| ) reservation -I 24 nurses to building.. ,,

rd Hazen and Demetrloua Athletic Field To Be will be employed here as soon a4 Annual ThankMgivingt for use t>y IFie artillery brigades' Cut Of 20 Percent Other personnel from the ranks
rlas Lake their houses! and the welfare club ( of the Thirty-first and of they who
( Butler). Scene Of In Army, will be stationed
DisplaysAnd Observance ScheduledFor fmploymentExpe
building have been completed.
Forty-third Infantry divisions. at Blandlng to care for

[perty Continues Biff MidwayPlans Selection of the six from ap- Next Wednesday Because o 1 ha danger attached ted Soon tho medical needs will Include

proximately 300 who sent In applications to lohR: distance firing, Colonel 1'oust said 140 officers
ate going forward steadily .- The people of Starke will On Tuesday of this week, employment -
[Change Hands from all over Floridawas join i the Impact are' l/Jlled| front the I and approximately 6OO enlistedmen.
and all departments are ,push- made last wt'ek.ASHlgne.1 together In their annual observance State covers) fYAtrrtutely 23,000 at Camp Dlandlng The latter will be accommodated -
ing ahead in preparation for the Thanksgiving" Wed- reached what might to be I
In In buildings ISO
perty Starke continues to the Thirty-First acres and leo"lrtl being Negotiated to the
Bradford County Fair which will nesday night, November 27, whena Its peak total-21,311. In other structure
ange hands
rapidly. Among Division will I 1 be Mrs. Herbert for alt o4iltlonni| \ 8.700
open Monday, Uecember 2, and union service will be held In words an army of workers fifteen -
transfers In recent weeks) Felkel of St. Augustine, senior acres for gun (ctli I tI<>nll. Specialists, Colonel Poust, announced
continue through Saturday night, the First Baptist Church at 7:30: times greater than the entire -
Jbeen following:, hostess, Mrs. Margaret Dyer of will be taken from
present pli'nn, two regiments -
Ira December, at the B H. S. athletic o'clock. The pastors of the vari- population of Starke was
Burrell, proprietor of the field. Starke, and Mrs. Betty Ball ous Starke churches will be present can precuts' firing at the engaged in building a military Civil Service rolls of the Govern-
folia Fish Market, has Brown of Sanford. same time. ment. They will Include physiotherapists
pur- I to take their city which, when
i from The big feature of this first respective partsIn fully occupied,
Congressman Lex : annual fair will be the home and With the Forty-Third 'Division the program. The ranges v lU b e used for will\ be Florida's fourth largest dietitians and others
the two-story, building be- will be Mrs. A. W. Leland of of specialized qualifications,
with ISO
practice 5n\in and community.
the farm exhibits, community exhibits, The Baptist choir, augmentedby
H. C. Wall Agency Gainesville, senior hostess, and Colonel Poust said
mm. howitzer Fo* |tr| >na In one that he hail
I Hart and other exhibits prepared by: singers from the other Authorities state that this peak
Furniture Co. The Mrs. Elizabeth Dillard of Starke, arranged for ,the for
will observation of equipment
area permit
N floor various ganlzations. Large churches, will sing special music total will probably be cut around
of this building now and Mrs. Marian P. Stewart of the 2.000-bed unit
to arrive in
the fish waterproof tents will be erectedto and also lead In the congrega- firing up to 8,600> yards while 20 percent In the near future, and!
f' market and J. H. Clearwater two shipments. The first of these
firing be i 12-
may to
I114nch. house these various displays tional singing up after that will be gradually
watchmaker. The hostesses were chosen according SOO yards in femnher area.. off shipments, he asserted will include -
tapered until the
manufacturers displays end of
P Smith Merchants and : Not only the members of these con
has purchased to regulations prescribed Because the )tend< I Is Wooded and struction. equipment for about l.OOO
Show will also
J Wall houses and four lots and an Auto 'by the morale division of the churches, but the visitors in town, virtually level, oh/K-rvntlon will beds, and will be cared for In
t rising the be a feature. and the men at Camp Blandlng Vital piojncts being rushed at
Hewke II III
property I United States War Department. be from towalthough aome'forward store houses In the Blandlng area
PI South Walnut Street and Headquarters for the fair have are Invited to attend this service. the present time Include the sew- during Inspection to
observation\ will prior place-
be possible
It Is not expected that the
[peat Street for $3,500. The been set up In the Magnolia The union Thanksgiving ser from dugnutsv Moving tar- age system, water system, the ment In the various wards.
that faces Walnut Streetn .Hotel here, and arrangements and buildings will be completed vice has been a traditional custom hospital, and the reception cen-
get tot Aub-caMbre artil- All of the In the hospital
fore January as they are last in ranges buildings
occupied for staging here for
many years many year and
lery will also bA provided. group at Handing/ the medical .
1"1. W, A. Bonham. who will\ the direction of Wm. C. Murray, priority. always well attended.Illustrated IS'' The range will b o\I! located abouta start pouring Into the reservation officer explained, will be of
out World War veteran with around the 5th or 6th of
around the first ofjL a many I
mile south the build- wooden construction
I ot ( camp one stOry'In
btr years of experience In this' line I New Buses December, but their arrival mightbe
LectureAt ing area. height. They will be connectedby
W I postponed If sewage and water
Klckllter work.
house and i lot
l StarkeLacy run-ways or walks that wilt
To Serve
ty east of I TabernacleTuesday projects are not completed by
the old ball park The fair is being sponsored by be covered, and In most Instances
n sold to John Ellsworth the American Legion In cooperation that time. enclosed.

ktord, 111. The new owner with the P.-T. A.. the Boy Conway announces that II night, November 26. Continuous ShowsAt Grading for a railroad coal
his station Is now headquartersfor "We are Colonel
his family will move here Scout Troop, and the County the Rev. Harry Giles, a teacherIn Ritz Thaatre track to serve the warehouse endeavoring
Line buses that Fount
the Orange asserted, "to do
ccupy the house this winter, Agent's office. the Florida Bible Institute, area la going forward; the main ;
between Starke and Camp possible to fires and
B. Sewell of the Floridaat operate Tampa, will bring an Illustrated line to an incinerator hits been prevent to
Mr. Murray states that nothing Blandlng. Tickets, schedules, and The Rita Th*.\''e here Is now properly combat them If they
Starke )las purchased a lecture on fulfilled prophecy and extended: 3,000 feet north of the
be left undone to make this running eontllUdUA shows dally "
t lot will other Information may be obtained arise.! He suit that a fire sta-
from Misses Amelia the history of the cities and nations warehouse area ; track. One
outstanding event in Bradford there. from 1:30 o'clock 1'. M., George tion would be Installed immediately
live Ray on Walnut Street. County o f widespread interest, recorded in Blblcal history Manaswa, manager, stated yester through Five have been. laid In
It adjoins the Mr. Conway also states that a His series of slides and the with switches adjoining the hospital.
Misses Ray'srty both educationally and from an. plctul'teare ) day. The new t/ji/ schedule Includes area InstalledIn
to the south. The new entertainment standpoint. "A fair new bus has been placed in ser. reputed to be the best In the Sundays, Tuesdays.. the the southern portion, A total

expects to 'build In the Is the how,window of the county I vice between Palatka and Lake country. lie Is now conducting a adult admlsnlori price will be 19: of' 16.77 miles of track has been Farmers UrgedTo

future and community, wherein the progress City, which Lake.leaves Starke at 7:40: week's series In Jacksonville at cent all day, ;std on Saturdaysand put down. Get Mole PoisonA
for City.
advantages, and opportunities p. m.The Gator Motor Lines has the Fellowship Baptist Church.No Sundays the VlAlMlon prices Placing of rock bam airing Road

ksgiving Services that exist may be shown to added a bus which leaves Starkeat one interested In the marvels for adults will t* 28 cent all B has been advanced, thus providing total of 26.000 pounds If

the world," Mr. Murray said. 7:15 a. m. for Platka. ,). of modern archeology and day. On the outer t five days of a new route from State Road free mole cricket poison has been
landing One day has been designatedas : the,, light that It. has thrown on the week svdoM fon. for adults No. 48 to the camp's northern given away to 122 Bradford

"eaily" "school day" when all teachers the veracity of Scripture historycan will be 28 cent: until 6 o'clockP. boundary, and three roads connecting County farmers since distribu-

ell at Thanksgiving was and students will be admit- Former Teacher Dies afford to miss this opportu- M- and 33 Rents:. thereafter, Road C and Road U were tion began, at the Farmers' Mar-
Camp Blanding yea- nity to see these pictures. Manassa said. opened last week. Surface, c'11:,
. prim- ket her a week and County
It being the one officially ted free to the grounds.In Friends here of Mrs. Ella La- .... ago
hoed by President Roose- discussing the attractions of Fontasee Barco who was known -" Ing has been applied on Road A Agent T K, McClane, Jr.. urge
and Road B between State Road
'* all grower to call for their allotments -
"mile-long midway Mr. Murray here as Mrs. Hamilton, will regret ,
the The Senior Class of B. No. 48 and the South 14
H. S. Hospital
as ooo as possible.
duty, except the necessary said "There will be an array to know that she died one
I Thirty-eight of the
, and patrol duty, was suet of the cleanest amusements In day last week .t the home of her InvitesAll contemplated There I la no limit to the amount
roads been
1 and a Thanksgiving sera America today. The Mighty sister In Clayton Ga. Her home have of this poison which will be given

held! at the Camp with Monarch Shows have the reputa- for many years was In Clear- Alumni, Friends'!, and Patrols: completed.. free to farmers In three applications -

alit' Holland In charge, TheE tion of featuring only wholesome water, Fla. of B. H. S. A 30-Inch outfall line from the of 40 pounds per acre.

A. Lightfoot pastor of and diversified outdoor amusement Mrs. Hamilton was primary sewage disposal plant ls under After this week the bait will be 4'

'larks Baptist Church de- I for young and old of all principal l of the Starke school To The Annual Homecoming ReceJ'tfcnWoman's : construction, and excavation for distributed only two days a week.

" the sermon, using at his classes. Several new European from 1903 to 1911. She was exceptionally Club Building two clarlflers and three digestershas on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, fl

1 will look unto the hills 'novelty riding devices will l be I fine In primary methods been flnliihed. from the market platform.

e <*mest my help- 'used here that have never been and endeared herself to Thursday Night November 3S Footings have been completed Farmers who have received

"a.s the first protestant seen before In this part of the hundreds of little children their for an elevated water tank. their first application are urged

held at the camp, and was country. A company of 500 peo- parents, and many others) who Following Football Came The power company Is erecting to return aa noon aa possible for )

ttended. (Continued on page eight) ,will regret to hear of her passing. (Continued on page eight) the remainder of their allotment.


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"Iry i, ( !:: TWO BRADFORD COuNn: TELEGRArl!: STAKK" FLORIO.\ FlUD.,\'. ;(jtB1LRFA:

Money Food And Clothing Needed ByState's factured "Bod.tv... tock. poultry t..r to he Issued> COUNTY In the name 10' A'of"ItitATFO1ti RAtIJ'IOI'tATIOS. The not. exceed amount Five of real Thousand estate. Dollars.which lturlc (' II.'lhprlJo,
and farm mnthlnery etc.: der
-4i i1aI Capitol I INCOfIFKiHATicD, the Corporation may own shall notexceed Eimu'
yes- one !4
liradford County Strawberry PO S TNITlIIH.n One Hundred "Thousand or ,Ibr. "Ir, lip,
Homeless Children At Thanksgiving tlval and Exposition\ Association. ,: JX"H.AXU"'UHI.WIIITI 611. TMB AMEIUCAN Dollar The subscribers to the 4t 11-8 r. '. .
I nc. Charter and the Officer to 41 11 :I'
It. prln"lpal conduct -
Consensus By T. Frank Land rum, I'realdnnt." T.I'.IIIUX. to have affairs
the of the
: _4 :Florida' very own homeless; little ones now under our care 11-22 4t 1211XOTICK place of business In Stark. FlorIda lion until the next annual Corpora. -
for the election '
orphan and needy children are are to be fed clothed and shelt said. to American provide, authority Legion Poet to of Officers of the above named I'V..,--.1\: \: ( lit. \IIIo( )

calling for "adoptive homes," ered until we can find suitable OK Mtl.H OK" BOI sponsor. a Fair. Exposition, and American Legion font are li. J.. -.MLOIUUI. II""

v BALKS TAX OMINO: ? money, food and children's wear' adoptive homes for them. Public Take tructlon Notice that the 0' Hoard Bradford of other amusements, annually.and to The engage.. Corpnratlon Turner Vice-Commander Commander; A.! S.J.T. Thomas Weldon Clark r. I'JIJ" 01 "" .:h\

Since the electorate has adopted ables at this Thanksgiving Sea. No Gift Too Small County Florida will at the office In the name'to be formed under the Finance Officer; and N. D. Walnwrlght -" "" "". 1'11110'0. '

''s&& the constitutional amend. son-through Th Children'sHome of the County Superintendent of above name shall exist for a Periodof Jr.objecting. Adjutant to the Irv..n To lltP II. '
"WV all active Anyone Issuanceof : \nxtd r"'t.,
Implore every man woman Public Instruction for raid CountyIn ninety-nine yearn: I : ,
; + ment abolishing mate ad valorem Society of Florida, "Flor.ida's the County Courthouse In Starke, of the Jonee-Langtord! the said Charter will please be residence. III ; cwlit !
and child School, members
every every .
Is bids. to 10 o'- present and present their objections I" h..r"b nien.
Greatest which Florida receive up
and Charity
taxes consequently reducing White Font N"mh'r6i1TniaiAThIiIcan )
1 Church, every Lodge every Civic clock A. M. on the 6th day of Mate at the time and place abovenam..d. pear on 1>..,.,.II) .. \I
''\ a state revenue something more Mending out urgent newspaperand and Woman's Club, and every January. r>. 1941 for the purchase be number, of the I orporatlon. Bill of Complulot lI.r 11.
''M JWffllraH than 2000000.. annually some personal letters .01 appeal of $2.780 00 of bond. ofripecla.1 which In a corporation not for JONESLANOFOJltWmTE POST In the ahoy.. nthlydx
business firm In the entire Stateto District Number Corporation NITMIIEK 66, THE AMERICAN cause, "
Tax Si'hool it
o ; legislators are worrying over re- throughout the entire State. profit. The to .beemanaged LEGION STA RKJoJ. FLOHHJA. that this ,
l come to the rescue of Flor 12 of said county, being 11 of laid aie and order, "I h..fllrth l leach >
,' peal of the one halt one per. bond ea"hIn the principal Bum of all times conducted by the Office By R. J. Turner, Commander. week u l>"bl
ida's own little refugees lest at 11-22: V
11 they 11-1 4t weeks tour
I i cent Btttte receipts' tax. (a60.00 bearing Interest at e percent .. of the Bald American Legion In h
'd gross
,s Want One Like Him? too shall starve and die. I can per annum payable neml-an- poMt. The1 ny-Lnw of the Corporation -: In Telegraph a ..I" "Jr1". "
this! done. It would reduce Hraitford >
were not make the appeal too urgent fluidly on April Int., and October are to be made by the NUTICB Witness. "'''tntgpxpt, \
the states income another 2. Int. of each year with the principal member of the said American Notice Is hereby given to In)' hand
I 1 for our need Is so great and so of of said bond. maUirIIIK I all Rtarke. IIrAdt..rd al,
Vii Legion Post and he altered. whom It may concern that I have I this
000.000 annually. This IK In pros. ". and becoming payable on October may November count'
1 Immediate. 81
filed and
rescinded two- report
amended receipts
hy my (
or a and OFFICIAL Ito
?4t' in of the fact that lt, of each of the years sf
pect spite I AI.1
inclusive. principal thirds vote of the Maid members. will on the 10th day of December, Clerk A.
who desire to aid these 1943 to 1953 both 'Ir.nit
more than 1000.000 exists as a Any and interest, payable at Florida The highest amount of IndebtedneHH I 1940 apply to the. County Judge County "url
deficit in the general revenue hundreds.. of little Florida children Bank at Starke, 8tarke, Flor- or liability to which the Corporation of Bradford County for Discharge E. K. Perrytnen to'lorhlA
4 subject itself shall all Administratrix of Estate of,:
f In need can send their contributions Ida, may for ,H.?
fund of foods of Each bidder J I I.. required to de. I 1 II
!ii 6 That Is a headache by Itself money any posit with his bid a cashier' or -
r qr and every kind, children's wear certified check to the amount of
but groups affected by various x U 00.00 to be forfeited If he Hhoiitd a'
:.h % ables of every kind and size to
taxes are lyingawake nights not comply with his bid. The I
the Children's Home Society of Board reserves the right to reject ,1ii
q These Include the representativesof Florida State Headquarters 40 any or all bids. : I L
the alcoholic beverage and K. J. ewlH, Chairman of said
Buckman Building, Jacksonvilleto Board of Public Instruction.
luxury the officers of the Sponsoring Attest:
'v. E. MUl'llelon. County Rllp".ln.t.ndent
The ordinary citizen not engaged -
Committee in this County-or to of Publlu Instruction and
In' bUlllne"",, Is beginning to anyone of the four Receiving ex-offlclo !tfc-ireiary of Bald Hoard.

pint 4' } wonder if the state Is not headed Home of the Society at Jacksonville (OFFICIAL IAL) n-is 2t 11-22

{ for a axles tax, even In the face Miami Lakeland or Perma-
4, of H new governor's positive cola. No gift will be ton small. !It tOTH( ; 10 APPKAIt

statement that he opposes such a and none can be too large. The State of Florida to Juanita )rvr
Whlttlngton Johnson address unknown ,
levy. As a mutter of fact
many !
Families desiring to take a :
legislators are committed to such h You are notified that Mil of ?
c' fine homeless boy or girl Into complaint for divorce and due affidavit
a tax. A severance tax would
N their homes as a Thanksgiving for thin order has keen
worry phosphate miners, saw ke- filed In Circuit Court of llradford(
Gift to the child and themselves,
mills turpentine and other County. Florida, In case wherein
operators will get complete and prompt Information Andrew Jnhnmm Jr., In plaintiffand .
and other business interests Over 1400 homeless, orphan and Juanita Whlttlngton Johnson _
: needy Florida children-just as from "Daddy" Fagg at I I" defendant and you are hereby
the address mentioned above. required to appear| In Bald cause. on *
fine us the child here shown- December 16th 1940. Bradford _

t TIIK: HKVKNTII JIJOQK: have already been aided a n dcared County Telegraph 1* designated aa
r:\IO'I'U'.1 Of. Aprt.I 'A1Iov the neWBpaper In which thin orderHhall
Persons who are familiar with for by .the Children's Home FOil '1'U"I." be published once a week for

Florida politics Have discarded I Society o f Florida. "Florida's Oennte lull. '0. l {:iNOT1CH > four consecutive weeks prior to _
(11 V I'S. aid return date. Wltneu m y _
'I abruptly the report that Governor Greatest Charity" BO far this That W A.\ Edwards and J. M. hand and official Meal at Starke,

Fred Cone wUI resign In orderto year. How about a fine home Edward,, holders of Tax Certificates Florida thin. lath day of November,

have Senate President' J. Turner less boy or girl for your home? Numbered respectively. 153 1940
Issued. the Vrd, day of August A. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
flutter his successor appointhim No more wonderful :Thanksgiving t). 1931; No. 153 Issued the 3rd. A_ Clerk of Circuit Court. &td-
to the position of seventh gift could be given. day of August A. D. 1031; No. 405 11-15 Et 12-13
!..ffu..ddlhe 3rd,. day .of August A. -
Justice of the state supreme court, I>. 18.11 ; and No. z u mmiea the5th. IV: TILE ('III'ITr C'OIIIT IM AMU
recently created by the adoptionof State Superintendent Marcus C."Daddy" ., day of Augrunt yA'o 1>. 1928' FOIL HlltUFOIIII COIMTI
have filed; name In e and 1.01I11J \.
a constitutional amendment. Fagg Is sending out this I have. made application for. tax IM t ('HfMCKKVWilbur

urgent appeal says "While every. deed to be l Bued thereon. OaakliiH, Plaintiff ar ;,

.00 IIOMK": EDITION; body everywhere I I. concerned Bald certificate renpectlvMy embrace -VH- _
the following de Della Mae tlHoklns Defendant
Several Florida newspapers are about the welfare of homeless and : ertloH In the County ; Bradford:, ; To: DELLA :MAR OAHKINH: whose
I refugee children In England and State of Florida to-wlt: residence I I.. unknown.
contemplating special editions at there All U>tBB.. 6, 7, 8 or Pmcl S'4S It la hereby ordered that youappear (2'"
the time the administration Europe are literally hundreds of Hy., S ec 36 Twp. 6 Hnulh. II. on December 18, 1440 to a
changes In of uterly homeless and helpless 21 F:., containing 222 Acre.. moreor Bill of Complaint filed against you
January. Enterprising In the above entitled Court and
little children lees, l I. embraced. under Certificate
solicitors for one of the editionsare -right here in No. 163. cause, and It .Is further ordered
selling In state Florida-who are in urgent need N(4( of NUj! of Fracl NK'J $ec. 1 that thin order be published once
space depart of good homes and the barest Twp. 7 1<1. H. 21 E.. 29 Acre*, moreor each week for four consecutiveweeks !11
ment offices on the theory that letm IM embraced under Certificate In the Bradford County
the edition will be a farewell necessities of life such as food, No 163. Telegraph,' a newspaper publishedIn
shelter and clothing, that our N(6( of NVi of NW'/. Sec. 8 Twp. Bradford County, Florida
tribute to the Cone admlnlKtra. 7 H. It. 22 1':., 46 Acre, more or Witness my hand and seal at
tion. Antt-Cone-ltes have termedIt Society and other children's Agencies lees, I. embraced under Certificate : Starke. Bradford County, Florida.
: in the State would be only No. 405NWVi this November 15th 1940.OFFICIAL .
u "Go Home! edition. of NWVi Bee. 4 Twp; 7 8. ( 1:11: ,\I.) A. J. Thomas
-- too glad to supply If we could It. 22 K., 40 Acres, mare or I..MH InembrnuHil (Cletk Circuit Court, 1I1'adfori
STATE only secure the funds the food under Certificate No. County Florida.
PATRONAGE 290 R. K. P..rryn'ltn.Attorll"y ,
and the clothing to meet their .. for 1'lnlntlffx. 11-16 13IN : *
With state administrationsabout The aH eBMment of she weld needs. under said certificates No -
to change for another four 152. 163 and 405 were In the. t.amc 'lnCt'IT COIHT IV AMI> FOR
) year period it Is Interesting that On Borrowed Money of W. M. lOdwardu;; the aHHiomnieut. HHI>KOIIII' OIMTV. Kl.Olim.V
Continuing of the said property under aald IM ('II A'Ii(''':I(Y
the "Daddy"
latest comptroller's report of Fagg says certificate No. 290 wan In the name NOTICE TO DEFENDANT
state employees showed 8.882 on "Goodness knows we do not want of H. E. Sweat. Lillian Miller
Unless said Certificated shall be.
payrolls of Florida not Including anyone In Florida to give any less redeemed according to law the .VII-Plaintiff

bout 14.000 school teachers. Of to any needy little\ ,ones In Eng properties described therein will be Roy .:. Miller
those land or ''Europe but old to the hltthent bidder at the. U'end..nt.llr ,
(ilrfctly'onthe: state we are In
payroll Courthonne door on the flrnt Mon THE NAME\ OF THE STATB
approximately 3.SOO are such desperate need of help for I day In the Month of January 1941, OF FI' under control of the governor's pitiful and pathetically homeless which 1941. la the 6th., day of January TO: Hoy 1':. Miller whose r M-
dance IH unknown.
office. In the neighborhood of and helpless little youngsters Uated thin 20th., day of November You are hereby required to ap. Ice-cold whole-
.l.OOOare under the semi-protection right here-on our own doorstepsthat A. P. 1940.OFFICIAL. pear to the bill of complaint filed ,
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas against herein
you on or before
.if Joint federal-state employment our Society feels that we Clerk of Circuit {Court of Brad December 2nd A. i). 1940. It I I. and delicious
with a semblance of civil service must make the sad plight of these ford County, Florida. 11-22 4t 12-13 further ordered that this order bepublished some ,-has made the

rules and I poor little tots known." In the Bradford Vounty
regulations. 'liO'I'U'.1 OF AI'rl..(' 't.IO" Telegraph newspaper published that
"Daddy" Fagg then adds, "Our .'01' ('IIAII".t:" In Brail: ,,rdac' Florida: once pause refreshes America's favor- I /
A TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN-: each week for four consecutive
KKAt: I100M Society has been compelled to weeksWltnes.
You will plane take notice that
Reports from over the stat borrow several I thousand dollars at 10 o'clock A. M. on December my hand and official ite moment. Everybody welcomes 1
are that business and during the several monthsto 14th, A. I>. 1940 or ax soon thereafter seal this 28th day of October It 40.
pant ,
f particularly HH can be heard application (OFFICIAL SKA I ) A. J. Thomas
construction( booming provide for the most urgent will he made by the underlined to Clerk of Circuit Court 11-1 4t 11-22 the refreshed feeling-the happy .

a8 a result of defense prppnrulions. needs. of the 1332 Florida homeless the Judge of the Circuit Court of /

orphans and needy children for Florida llradfonl Nth Judicial County Circuit Florida In and In TO WIIOM"OTI IT MAY r CONCEHN-K after-sense of complete refreshment .

Starke resembles a gold rush that were referred to us for aid chambnra at the Bradford County NOTICE 18 IIEHKHY LIVEN
town. The proposed airbase and care during the first nine : Courthoune at Htarke Florida for that the undersigned JON KML.ANOFOKDWHITK -
I.-4 a decree Incorporating a certain POST Nllbi-t Coca-Cola
at Tallahassee was doubledIn months of this year from. every I Corporation, Not for Profit to be HKU 68 THE AMERICAN LEI11O.V. always brings.
known n& Bradford County Strawberry located at Starke, Florida,
specifications this week and portion of our State, and we can- ] Festival and L-x|>iinltlonAMHoclatlon Saturday, November 80th will A. on D.

will accommodate 2,500 men, not continue our great work on Inc. The objects and 1940 at 10:00: o'clock In the forenoon THE PAUSE THAT RE
which means a housing shortage borrowed money-and must purposes/ being to hold Faire, Ex- or as soon thereafter as the

seriously affecting legislators and fore secure financial and there.j I and places/ Festivals for the display and Kxhlbltlona of stock, same Honorable may A.be Z.heard Adklns apply at his to of-the BOTTLED! UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA CO. BY

others intending to visit Tallahassee aid at once if the ...od.., ware,. merchandise., fruits, rice In the Courthouse, In Starke. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
vegetable, dairy product, manu- Florida, for a Charter said Char-
during the 1941 legislative

when possibly eaaton.October's Comptroller show gasoline an Jim all-time sales Lee's high may office \ : -- FOR THE EASIEST RIDE YOU EVER HA't

complies the receipts at the

end of November. This figure 71

Is a pretty reliable index of bust. ) TRY THE

nen In the state.

In'addition to these up-turns In

business every report Indicates

Florida will experience Its largest ,- 1111,1["

influx of tourists this winter. :

From Indications the prosper J

ous year of 1923: Is just about to o4tq'

happen again In 1941. _


Reliable reports are that Jim

Sullivan who resigned hit. post -... n

an hotel commissioner In 1936 too

into the bond business InVest

Ittlm Reach' has refused to accept

an appointment to the same ; .

Job> under the Holland administra

tion.V.. M. Taylor, the Incumbent .T: IT.: ,.

eacuects to go Into private :
buflttitstt' as noon as the Cone ad-

ministration/ goes out of office 1J

<(Headers< of this--paper may obtain NeT !:

-I free* and information non-political of nature Imperaonabl i ; jtdce

concerning state government affairs \\ oqinl
t..' lisle, a ,
A ,
officials and employees by idc obcr

sending their query and a stamped 1\, t that of sn1 to00 k

(addressed envelope to SchglkaBc 01 sizc'Bigt g
Capital Services. P. O. Box 998, 1t\0rc .ltcgceK,2 /

I f? Tallahassee Florida. A service atc"o4peAic$- gcdoatgt'

fee will be charged for supplying b'8' B'g \0
extensive statistical data. Supreme \ 1 dog 24ace. quickctn

Court reports, or Intricate research andal 1'0"" cC -
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Information.) gs_hing ."eC


wlllh to extend our heart ickoltt- ,

felL of were our thanks r.o Ifar l kind mottiealso to to our us friends In (the for who lost the 8tieIG4, :iades1 foc'4o\.&cs Gct\ ,:<

flower.. that were sort ,.C\a.u.ac-

'I 4 J. W. Hall and children. 5 tar k e, Florida


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_ High Journal 1 I duPont's Will Provides Hospital For Crippled Children Bob Jones 'i r,

yr SIY NUMllKIl FIFTKKNJSTAFF j I Comments On Here it itU ito

And Hereafter .'
JOCRS.\L i Red Craig Of Bolles i I
'a I .
Recently, the writer was In a
.cwt JackGreen Proves Too Much
drug store In a certain Southern
1II&Jltor r ,
I I h7m
opal Peelesport For BradfordJames a. I R t town, and he noted a young minIster -
//J Davis, I
Buddy of the Gospel sitting at a '+
t1 D 1 1'Ii
f Sadie Prince (RedCralg) I
played excellent table nearby .smoking a cigaretteand
N1F Grace Green football for Bolles SchoolIn '
? Mack Futch Jacksonville Friday afternoon :!! entertaining one of his panishonera :
Melba Moody when he made four touchdowns with some rather Interesting : I

'(*J "" Lillian Barnes three 0 n long runs, trimming, jokes t

Iris Crews Starke 266. I i t i'' a ta There have been good/ men who
Marie D. During the first quarter Craig smoked! and uwd tobacco In other '

e Ferrol Jones crossed the Bradford goal twice | forms I would not say that

Louis Jordan once on a 68-yard sprint and followed I Ir smoking la any worse. sin than

i Edgar Wilkinson shortly after on a 62-yard I"F any other neediest" self-indulgence! I ;

Special porters dash around right end. but the writer must admit that J !

oWJISl'lId. jeanette Parker When behind 13-0. the Tornadoes 4a a cigarette or cigar or pipe in I'i,

took advantage of a Bolles i I the mouth of the minister of the I i '
fumble to score on a 12-yard pass ,:' Gospel, as he goes down the j
Editorial from Wallen Sapp to J. E. Denmark street! or stands In some public : i'

acting captain in the ab- ': place, does not exactly seem h) ;.
IMS TO MK: sence of Ralph Nettles, who ', be the appropriate thing. Of

who 'caught the ball in the end zone course, a minister has a right to
ot people
ere themselves and while travelling at top speed. I do anything any other good man

,8 about a few who Center Gurland Godwin, Cap- j does' and, hall a right to go any-
It Ire quite tam s Denmark and 1 Sapp played where any other Rood man goes "
I'D don't. Which of these outstanding football for Starke. j These are views of the first This first unit of the Institution eats are discharged, t they will be Estate near Wilmington Dele-- but there la just something about

you? all Is Counting this game, Starke has i unit of the Alfred I. duPont Institute I cost more than $1,000,000, and thoroughly trained in the trades ware I preaching the Gospel that does
,n on i who cares at won three, tied one, and lost I of the Nemours Founda- this country and Continental and arts no they will go out The crippled children's Insti- not exactly fit In with self-in t
going to be a more Ilk. four. 1 I' tion for Europe: was rendered for the best again upon the worM fully cap tute Is only n part\ of the charity/dulgence..
Crippled Children.
rt of person because he Tonight, the Palutka Maroons i free This I In orthopedic equipment, not only able of being useful citizens undertakings which are carried. on J JI Good people may use tobacco
he Is well-dressed Orthopedic Hospital for children !- for the this of the
that proper' treatment of the When first unit by the Nemours Foundation created -
will be but
hand to
on In the say the least of It, It l.t
Is speech posture, and he Athletic Field, to meet Bradford- I!, has Just been completed as I little patients, but for the maximum Alfred I. duPont Institute Is filled under Mr. duPont's Will An-I Ian. unnecessary habit and It \Is a

lays wy little' things like ing Tornadoes. With them will the first of a group of such Institutions of comfort convenience and and running smoothly then the other charity will provide a home waste of money In this. day, i iI
nu." This fellow is the SchoolBand i' provided for In the will pleasure.The I construction of the remaining for the care and maintenance of when
come the Palatka High I not only men, but also
_t has the most friends or to assist the small, but ef-j of the late Mr. duPont. I children will stay In I the units will begin HO that ut least. old I people, especially elderly! thousands of women are smoking,
friends I might say. The little patients be indigent 300 little children can be constantly married couples.
flcient B. H. S. Band in giving may main hospital building for anaverage ( It would seem to me that the It
other hand, you see at I and crippled, but not in- II kept upon the road to recovery When the Foundation Is fully,I of ..
preachers the
you some musical entertainment. Gospel should
doesn't care. He doesn'tt ,curables. Mr. duPont's period of three months ,
t Will has
Palatka has a remarkable team' completed, the entire Income of net an example of nelf-control and
t other people think of here provided the and will then be moved to the
1 only opportunity The last 20 of Mr du .
I this year and you will not regret years all the Companies and vast investments Bclf-restralnt.
j either his appearance, [ 'I any of these crippled! boys! surrounding convalescent cottages I'onlife\ were spent In planning ,)
seeing this There Is
game. of Mr. duPont's Estate: one thing sure: No-
!, or company. manby ,L Ld and girls would ever have had where they will receive proper and providing for this "great,
almost everyone,1. to receive the best In food will he devoted exclusively to the body can nay anything against aminister
nursing I educational physical and voca- charity. The site of the Institution -

scauae iklnf friends.he lacks the quail-t I Meet The Seniors I and medical attention I tional training. Before the pati- Is-_on.- his former magnificent support of these charities.CIMIIAAI I I using tobacco of the and Gospel there Is for a great not

fcps real courage and will CLARA MAE EUNICE I'I'i I deal which can be Mid against a r
'Coldest November of Lake Butler, Thursday.H. minister of the Gospel--or
o put Into practice the This dignified senior was bornon I' In History ., any
Well one likes best and the date of August 3, 1920. 1 Does' Little It. Kelly and D N. Denmarkof fly Mrs I- C. SmithStrlrklumlDuvl other Christianwho uses tobacco.
Damage To Over State I
!mires Although the ef., Although she was born in Mac Crops Jacksonville were attending to I The writer has never been able

sometimes seem useless,I clenny she evidently moved some King Winter made his icy Celery cabbage and lettuce business In this section! to( get accustomed to the big-sign
presence felt throughout Florida around Sanford seemed virtually f'M"' i Gertrude Davlx. daughter boards on the highway of
an worth the time andtbal learn In'," as some ,people say. last Friday and Saturday, as,I unharmed and first surveys Indicated was a week-end guest; of Mr. and Mrs. Angus/ Diivln, and I[! America where attractive, teenage -
I must be taken I for she started to school in Law- growers watched the mercury the strawberry crops In the cousin Aruula Crosby J. B, Strickland son of Mr. and girls are blowing cigarette '

-Jack Halle.ty tey: She completed the ninth anxiously and In some areas Wauchula and Plant 'City sections Mr. and Mrs! W E.. Hall of Mrs. E. Strickland, were married smoke from their throats and

grade there. lighted smudge!' pots to protect also escaped material damage. Green Cove Springs, Mr. and Mrs Monday at Macclenny. They will smiling happily all they commenton

| Behind Clara Mae likes basket ball, I their citrus fruit from subfreezing The lowest reading In the State Felix Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. F. make their home at Graham I the delight of smoking a certain
good parties and good books I weather. were recorded at the Jacksonville M. Normnn of Water Oak were brand of cigarette Somehow -

llackness However to spoil It all she has a Forecaster E. S. Ellison of the airport and at Tallahassee 22 visiting Mr. and Mrs. W, R. Hals- Siirreiioy- Mthoii I certainly would hate to

Irons special dislike and, that Is wash ]h'ederal-State! Frost Warning Service degrees In each CURe J lop Sunday Miss Agnes Cawthon daughterof I give any encouragement by my
articles been
have I i i Ing dishes. This won't worry said that many communities ville proper reported a aCkSOn-j: W, C. Ward and children. Robert Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Cawthon example to the line of tobacco
j lauty about of beauty-beauty of her much I hope, for she plansto recorded the lowest November' for the coldest November and Joyce and Fred, 1111 Is lop of Gainesville and II. C. Surrency ,,especially by young people

I beauty of character speech. beauty There- be a stenographer. Good luck, readings In years.A I ature In the city's history and spent the week-end In Georgia son of Mr. and. Mrs. J. H. Sur ......................,,,......-w
I Clara Mae.MILDRED, low of 18 degrees was forecast ;I Gainesville's minimum of 24 made with Mr. Ward's son and daugh rency were married at Gainesville
probably could not exir -
for the Flora Horn StationIn the coldest November day there ter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Jack recently They will make RUMFORD RIDDLESWhat
expand' upon the sub- .
lea : Putnam County with other since 1917.SUNNY, I Ward" Mr. Ward will spent the their home In 1'urrlH Island, S. -- -- -- --
] very deep and wide (
llshnll try \o touch it''.I Mildred Is another student from ub-freezing temperatures expected winter Ihere.OttQway C., where Mr. Surrency is sta- .. hind of books

i the beauty there is In Lawtey. She was born on Sep as far down the State as Pa- llROOFA'JUU Till Is of Fort Hennlnjj, toned In the U S, Marines.. does/ Mr. Baker buys
tember 20 1920. She started to hokee and Belle Glade. Ga. and relatives dUn ,
,(tiers good and bad. was visiting friends Airs Wllber: '-1\ I.In.1111'8.. -
[have heard someone say school In Hawthorne Florida, Damage to th.lLiniiItl-milIion My Missrnuliki.Crosby' of thin M-ctlorV Friday W. T. WamUn of ,\V ldn were (try. I i ii

1 past of/your life: "ThereIn However her education wan Interrupted I lollar citrus crops was negligible, ,' John Sapp and Miss Ruth Sappof Mr. and Mrs J, N. Kelly were vNltlriff Mr and Mrs..J. W. Dyal I
all the next year when she with high!' winds keeping down In Lake Butler recently attendingto Tuesday I IE1
[ people. More thane Macclenny and Henry Sapp of
'became ill with frost deposits and helping/\ prevent I'
remark went In at one seriously typhoid Lawtey were guests of the lat- business. While there they I Mrs. A, M. Newburn and little I
what might have been more! extensive -
|out at the other, or never pneumonia.She : loss, the Florida State ter's/ lion.In-law a n.1 (daughter, ,ylelted, Mr. and Mrs' Jennie Vln- daughter La Faye of Add, Ga.,
i entrance at all. Truly moved to Luwtey at the Marketing Bureau nt Jacksonville ', Mr. and Mrs.Y.. R. lie lalop, nlng. spent several( days with her Hls-"
!he i reason for many ,mish age of nine. She started to \ i Tuesday We are very sorry to reportthe ter-ln-liiw. Mrs L C. Smith:,! i iMr"
we make we do not school In B. H. S In the tenth reported I I I serious lllnertM of Mist. W. it. '
; The State's valuable truck Mrs. Inez Kelly and 1 little J, n, Surrency was visit
niton to what is being grade. crops: did not escape HO easily, I Eloise Dobbs are "upending, a few Halslop. Ing ut the bedside. of her mother, i Ei J
he i right time, and some- 'She dislikes conceited peopleand he: bureau said. Vegetables; in days In Tampa with Mrs. 1 Kelly's Mr. and Mrs.. J. N Kelly WHO I i Mrs. U T Ostet-n, In Hrookerli'onduy. _
t think of It too late. ., dry story books. t he Ocala and Gainesville area brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and visiting their oon-ln-lnw nnd !. -
i there Is beawty In all Her hobbies are swimming, tits bore caohboulil by Ih. cxload.' line wilhMUMPORD '
Mrs. Claude .Mool'e.MI'II. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. N. Tom-
were virtually wiped out andleVel'e l\Il'It. C. Fog-g returned home .
Despite the blacknessperson's horseback riding, and pictureshows. Baking Powder it.( eon e.nr r.alu.h.homn
to J. R. and children llnson of Ralford Sunday after .
damage was reported Kelly Friday upending several th..mounl' of 4.ktn..wd.r
a Mildred plans to take a
[ character mayor such crops as cucumbers beans, Robert Lloyd and Kathryn, were Raymond Drown of Plant City days with her Hon-ln-law and iallod fur!U tho rluht amount ui. of RUMPOMD.lontf .
there Is in It, business course after she Is grad- for nil ..,1.. book A"d,.. fumfoidnhllio
0118 must search beauty for- uated from B. H. S. iquash and eggplant In other eec.lons. dinner guests of Mrs. Kelly's parent was visiting h I s mother. Mrs. daughter, Mr and, Mr*. George I '.wd... tax a, Rumloid. Ihodo"Idond.r.w..s..w..nrnnwwwwmr..
and c, Mr and Mr. A. L. DrlRgcrs Arle Brown recently. Ponwav. nf Pallltkll, m "- .
i hidden
beauty. It Is
; It probably, will never All legal blank. promlsnorjnotes '

the surface unless any retain title ,notes carriedIn ml:

arises or some interseparates stork by the Bradford Count)

ton it from Telegraph.be .
Third Hi, .
when the good 4
I either by yourself or by taken from the blackness of

else, it must be rte- the character and enlarged/ upon .. .,. -
You may take a beautl- until it overshadows all the ugliness .

out of the ocean and cw i

I home with you b"t It It Is each and every person's a 7 I
I unless It gets the oceanre duty to himself and others to

re again soon because It find beauty In character and use "imafy
wrong environment. You environment as the means of doIng ; ;

PPlnnt a straggly half- what heredity did not do: In t .t1

Wlr from, poor soil to the same way, one must be \IEID\)

and it Mil develop into doubly careful not to let environment ,../ .,r .it1 <" .,. ThE\\ r
|beautiful plan I I undo what heredity has \\O) : -

Jiht environment must be done, but that Is another .utory.Marjorle GOES a a .,.
which the I Thompson. \\
beauty can 1"EREE RUtH"r

SS Vf.1\\ T

B New Pupils Brought To B. H. S. \1\\\\1M A PA 1 3010'\ (l' '

!ae Of Development! At Blandingthe '( \\\DS
20 ,

: > past month 50 new Mayo Fla.: Thomas Wai den- 'i 1 .RDS : ;
f" other schools In this"r Miami Fla.; James JacksonJack80nvl1le -

\ states have been en- Fla.

Bradford High. We wish 5th, Grade---Joe Fla.; Ronald DenmarkAlachua Griff Is-- THRILLS of f the football seasonRADIO is one of your best: and: ""

M a hearty welcome to Tampa Fla.; Eugene Peebles- all yours f for about one t.a cheapest aids to richer living. '

I"I'ln-erely hope that they Miami Fla.; Clifford Griff Is-- game t That's :what your radiooffers. Enjoy the good things it brings. e'a

I'fora I. n. nice place to go Bowling Green Fla.; Beatrice Just as if you were i in a it often long as you '
I Moat of Bowling Green Fla.; Ilk co.fss ;
them have Griff -- "
othe 50-yard line for it so little. ; 4)
r re with their parents In Carline New -York. Pa.r Evelyn seat you \ ,
t'II' with the work at Spawlng-Elmontr N. Y.; Albert know what's happening every

3nding I i Carmichael o n t gomery Ala.; minute of play. I I Q' ar 14

appears a list of all Earl Gllllsple Daytona Beach .- "
v pUpils and the names 1 Fla. THINK how e it costs to operate J.r ;' P
"wns in Which they last Ith Grade--Lois Cadle-Jack- radio about
school, Fla. Fred Dyals-Ocala. your : I''fnny'smenl ;
sonville. ; Irrt
| Gra,'le. Robert Ashley-- Fla.: De Etta Ford-"Alabama" worth of electricity for y; r, l'4hr' e

ri"e. Fla. Anderson! -New Castle ,
entertain '
'***, THINK what thrilling ,
Mary Elizabeth Pa.; Mary Jackson-Jacksonville w .
it direct from p. i't
,Jacksonville, Fla. Fla. brings you, t
Buye Whatley-EdiII 2nd Grade-..Douglas Grlffln-, the field! ringside concert stage, t0studio i '

rtla N, Raymond Whitney "South Florida"; Charles Griff Is--- from fdr places: in our t j J'
H, Fletcher
\ "South Florida" James and abroad. You see ...:
P.- Margaret Spells country .
Fla. Edgar .
Polk County ; 'r-\tt.t
Whatleyr1J -
*- "Homer i imbaughy' -j'I,Nashville Ga.; Frances Garrett- with your ears big .. ... \:, U;:,W'\-; :A \\. 't J' t ',

-'; Harold Metz-?! Jacksonville Fla.; Audrey Kelly- games .thrillingspectacles }} :." ," ,,;
.pa, :
F9a.; Bernard Read- New York City; Patty PoolerGrangeville drama .'... ': :,i-\\V" \;
rP" Pla.; William That -I Idaho. ". (\ "' r .
t* ''Wvliie, Fla.; Floyd 1st Grade-Alfred Gllsaon-; I comedy opera ,. "," \J" .:. 6" a. \/
"" .
)nvlHe. Fla. East Palatka. Fla.; Alfred Fletcher worldshakingnews l.r.. CS. f" "k. ': : .
I Ira :
: Dale Poole- --Polk County. Fla.; events whilethey're \.t. ; .s'L tt'A1 '
.' Idaho: La Verne': McClellaa- -EUorado. Miss.! ; Ellis\ .6"; ." : try
a' Fla. Fla. Mar- hap pemng. '.:". u.Ar.r.t.. -
-k ; Frank Camp Fletcher-Polk County ; ,j !.. ;; : : '
Fla.; Mary Strlckla. vin DyaU Ocola. Fla.; Betty .
fla. Jacksonville, Fla.,' Iris Jo'1"1",
; Vernon Gue t- Denmark- '
"* Billy TBompson Cloujfh-Douglas. Ga.; Hilda I I #f-.... -+;.- i
Ahvilda Clark-Pa- Strickland Hillsborough County, E't

"e- -rT.i,. gtrlckland- FIa.Fla.;Frances Crotty-Jacksonville, SEE T r[I RADIO MODELS AT YOUR DEALER'Sa _


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I 'Scouts Observe -Major Raymond Leaves, 1/,'OF TO FLORIDA: Lonnie, OREETlNd Klbert Hill' !, whoserexlrtrnce general County T'. r
.J9; II'1 clrrulahn' orarll
; SOCIETY and CLUBS 1 I* unknown. lilllLdford ;
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: Annual Open HouseThe The officers' mesa at Camp week You to are the hereby bill of required complaint to filedherein appear each ,Week t.'II Ihtld., Ublj'lIfwe"ks .,
.. last ,
entertained )
;( Blanding against you on or before tvlnee n
i Annual Open House of the with a farewell party for MajorR. I Wednesdays December 19th, A. n. seal this '10 ""'''tI
: I'' :Methodist W. S. C. S. Sharon HaJl HonoredAt Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid 1940. 1) 11111) -III d
; who left Saturday -
Boy Scouts of America Troop 70 R. Raymond, Jr., It in further ordered that thin (OFJo'IlIAI"I'y.; .",
Met Monday Afternoon Birthday Party Entertains Bridge Club was held In place of the regular for Ft. Bragg N C.. where I order be published In the BradfordKINGSLEY Clerk\' Cir,'ult' r, ?". s
Monday Night meeting Monday night< at I,he will command an artillery bat- ILt
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troop Io'!
:; ( ThlWoman's Society of Chris Sharon Hall, eleven-year-o 1 d Raymond arrived --.-
o'Clocft.The Major
;. ,r f ry, tlan Service met Monday afternoon daughter of Mr and Mrs. Arthur. Mr*. J. W. Kincaid was hoitesai I j7:30: here in September and served as :,,'
of Review was
i.; ti? I at the church and held a Hall, was the honored guest, Fri- Monday night when she enter local Court commandant of Camp I II
I of the first
',' business and program meeting', day afternoon from 3:30: until I talned her bridge club at a de- given Honor from the powers of Court!In Jacksonville Blanding. He wan succeeded by I I BEACH I'
The business session was presided 5:30: o'clock when her aunt Miss at headquarters then served
lightful supper party given Col. R. H. Kelley,
''Il the president, Mrs, E, K, Garnita HUllo entertained 1 D' and after a very Interest-I
,; pi over by the home of her brotherinlawand the aw. executive officer at the camp.
by separ-
program given
celebration of her eleventh birth-
Perryman. sister, Mr and Mrs. O. L. the In this latter position he is succeeded AMUSEMENT
ate patrols of the troop annual PARK
MrB. A. Wood vice-president, day anniversary. Beaaley, on Walnut Street. awards were given to the by Lieut. Col. John B.
had charge of the program the Sharon wafl attractively dressed Winter flowers, c h r y santhe-I Bennett.
subject being "0 u r Heritage." for this occasion In a pink muma predominating, were used boys.The Now All
I'' r.+8 After work of a devotional the church period In foreign, the skirt.sweater suit and a navy blue fair.In decorating for this lovely af privilege Court of presenting of Honor two had fleet the: Lex Gets New Hat The Time '

', lands was briefly reviewed by During the afternoon the young class cards to Warren Winkler! R. A. Green Is
was served from Congressman
.t. t4' Mrs Titus Olson, Mrs Wood Supper card and Stephen Weldon, and one :
'I' folk were entertained In the living tables overlaid with white linen proudly sporting a brand new 10- '
r I. second clasa card to Robert --B-IL-L4A.R.D
Miss Amy Coburn Miss Olive '' where novel fromJ.
room many covers. Candle holders In the gallon Stetson hat a gift .
Barksdale. cards
Ray Mla! ., Kate Struth, and Miss games were enjoyed. 1 n the form of pink roses and holdingburning M. Alvarez and Bill Grahamof
Amelia Ray. Mr J. W. White spelling content, Mary Weldon were given to the entire troop clothing store
blue I centered Alvarez Store -
along with stars" which M-U-S-1-C
..' : tor offered world a prayer for missions and was presented with an appropriate -I each table. Salted nuts In compotes were presented"year to those who had here. The gift was made to ,S-W-I-H-14

peace prize. of blue glass ware com been In the troop one year. Many show appreciation for the "pros-

It was announced that the For refreshments! the guests pleted the table arrangements. special attendance pins were presented perity you have brought to h' .. __ .
circle meetings would be held the were Invited Into the dining room, Following' 'tapper the guests to those who have not Starke in Camp Blanding," the r.
first Monday In December; circle where the large table, covered merchants said
enjoyed four progressions of missed more than four meetings
number one will meet at the homeof with a handsome white cloth, held bridge. Mrs J. E. Wilson, holderof in the year. The honor of,Junior Complete Soda Fountain

Judge and Mra. K. K. Perry- the beautifully decorated birthday high score for the ladles) \vas Assistant Scout Master was officially I IV' TICK OTICH('llinir TO IIKPHMtt'Ol'HT OF TINeaiIlTlt ServicE
cake. Kleven candles In
I..' man hostesses will be Mrs. Ferryman green presented an Iridescent vase and bestowed o n Leonard 0111111\1.I C'III,1'IT IV'VU '
white holders topped the cake. M. F. Brown, holder of high for Smith. FOlt lilt 11)FOItl ('1)1.'rl',
ly Mrs. Titus Olson, and SANDWICHES AND
Potted plants and ferns added a 1'IOltlntIv BEERS
men, received Old Spice talcum The outlook for the troop in ('It \>ri-nv:
Mlsa Kate Struth; Circle Number further decorative note to the ANNA BEIjI-,13 lilLI"Plaintiff ,
powder. In the
Two will meet at the home of room. Brightly colored lollypops Mrs. W B. Sewell and bingo L,. D.games Vin-, leadership the coming It'year hits under is the bright boy Enjoy Schlitz On Draft i lOc
placed on the refreshment plates, awarded LONNIR KLBRHT: IIII..U
; z. Judge und Mrs. A. Z. Adkins; Ing were prizes.Mra and encouraging. The develop- ,
the favors for the Defendant
were afternoon.
and circle number three will meetat Bette Green of Dublin Ga., house ment of Iniative and leadership IN TUB NAMU OF TUB: STATE
Miss Hutto
was assisted In serving of Mr. and Mrs.
guest L. D. Vin-
the home of Mr. and Mrs. E among boys is one of the major
by her mother Mra. L. S. -.
Ing, was presented a linen handkerchief
x in the whole
L,. Williams. emphasis Scouting
Hutto and by Sharon's mother, a gift of the hostess.

t ,Mrs. Arthur Hall. Those present to enjoy Mrs. program.
Woman's Club Dance\ Those present to enjoy the afternoon Klncald's '
hospitality were: Mr S/WP and&we
with the honoree were: and Mrs: J. E. Wilson, Mr and acted the routine business.
The Starke Woman's Club will
Jeannette Priest
Marjorie Man-
Mrs M. F. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. The highly ,Informative yearbook
sponsor! a dunce on Friday, December Rebecca ,
.] ning 'Simpson MaJgeOrownlee O. L. Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. W which deals with the meth-
8, to be held Irj the club
Marie and
i Margaret B. Sewell Mr. and Mrs L. D. ods and plans ,of the W. M. U.,
auditorium. McKinney, Jo Ann Dinkins, Lucille Vining and their guest, Mrs. was ably discussed by the following -
Alvarez, Martha and I(I ell ALEXANDER & COMPANY'
--- '-'_' --, Landmm, Green, Mrs. Edward Burns, and 1 : !state officers: Mrs. J. B.
Nancy Llghtfoot, Josephine
Boatright, of Mulllns, S. C., for-
Mrs. E. L. Matthews
Johns Marian
Brown Joan
) mer president of South Carolina
Carpenter, Mary Weldon, Frankie W. M. U. FALL
Baptist ; Miss Louise
,. Morgan, Sammle Kickllter, Mar- Baptist AssociationOf Smith of Jacksonville W. M. U. FES. TIVAL I

Ian Harrington Barbara Keen, W. M. U MeetsThe corresponding secretary of Flor-

Jeannette Anderson, Mary Wink- ida; and Miss Elsie Renfroe, also SHOE .
Baptist Association of the of Jacksonville, newly elected
ler and! Ivalon Blvlngs of Jack-
Woman's Missionary! Union held state Young People's leader.
sonville. an all-day study course at the It was announced that another

Starke Baptist Church Monday study course will be held I on
Engraved sympathy acknowledgements. November 18. ,Tuesday, November 28, at the Shoe

Inexpeiuli Bradford Mrs R. A, Thomas, president, church with the Rev. A. E, Light-
County Telegraph. ; opened the meeting and trans- foot, teaching the book "Publish
ing Glad Tidings." All W.' M. U

members are requested to attend.A ,

II Carolyn Callstreet covered dish luncheon will be : AT A PRICE YOU CAN
.I served at noon.f


"What marttr it Well, folks, / I often won- do nothing (well hardly) but sit :
WHOSE fault it mat? dered where th4 expression "shiver! on a stool and play tunes on the RecipesMrs. b

A damogm-tait mo.t me timbers" came from, an' nowI cash register all day long Every New Style Trend, Every
alwayi" do.. I know cause ''my timbers certainly If you like blondes you go to '
Briny wo. to BOTH" shivered !las' weekend Carpenter's (Maxine Noegel), or J. W, Andrewd.! Jr., sent ( New Color, Every New Material

why THAT endure?.. I Understand nome "of 'our'' northern If you prefer brunettes you pat- us a recipe Jo? nut bread this I IrTh Can Be Found In Our Complete
Whin iff no thrifty Blandlngite' roomers liked to have j ronize Canova's (Dorothy Gray) week and from ,all reports we've
ta IN5USEI"HARDLD "froze to death" In OUT'!steam- Can't gt used to seeing heard it certainly must! be ,deli- '' t" iLine Of Fall Shoes.'Never Before

heatless homey 'Four or five Maxine in the-drug more after'althese i :::("ne. I
| Have We
Offered The Ladies 01
even went 'ao'rfgr a* to' pock *' "
1 up 'years In the five and ten 1-2 cup butter. '/ 1 or )
C' WALL and flee to Sax: hotel rooms In Wonder ir SHE'S used to it 2 cups brown, sugar, l ,. Stark And Vicinity Such A 1
crder to keep warm! And I yet? 3 eggs
though Yankees were' supposed to 'J/J; {Wide Selection.
Have tried 1 cup milk. '
you one of those ,
GENERAL INSURANCE be tough! .ifi<* They, can't take round-trip hot dogs In the 3 1-2 cups flour. tih\ ab, \
it! Heh heh heh new 2 heaping .
J lunch counter next to Lex Green's teaspoons baking
_ _
PLIASE PHONB: Aren't ourdrug stores get tin' I office? '. 'They reach from powder. | Some As Low As $1.98
ritzy, though? ,,. Both now hero 2 nuts, fine
t --I --to here Practically chopped I ICream '
-- ----- sporting brand new cashiers who ,
a square meal in a straight butter,, and sugar. Add 'I
line 1 egg at the time and beat until I I NATURAL BRIDGE SHOES

FUNERAL DIRECTORMy New faces In new places! : Mural light. Add flour Into which the

Smith in Jacobs and Willa Vida baking powder:.&Jius been sifted, I
Many Yean Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render
Killlngsworth in the box office at alternately with the, milk (Fold
EFFICIENT 1'KOMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE the Ritz ... Certainly good to In the flour, do not beat Itl). Add d

MODERATE PRICES see our local gals helpln' to make nuts and 1 ,teaspoon vanilla.+ ; c $5.00In
DeWITT C. JONES the wheels of Industry go 'round Place In greased loaf pan and 1 Sue

Starke, F10rtcblSMITH'S bake in a moderate oven until)!
Sudden thought: Surely am brown. When done remove Immediately -
glad Starke's principal thoroughfare from pan and wrap in, LeathReptil

is named Call Street, 'steadof brown paper. Let cool thoroughly

f Main Street .," I think Carolyn befoie removing the paper. ,
Callstreet is a much prettier This bread is delicious sliced :
b DP name than Mantle Malnstreet and ppread with cream cheese. i I Kid

Hear (he next attraction for t p
9 Gasoline Alley will be a bowling BITS SCHEDULE I '

alley, right near the skatln' rink N ort'.lbounll

The latter Is becomln' a"regular" Leave Starke,-7:40: A. M.; 2:30: I
Item on the amusement A. M.: 12:30: 1'. M.; 145;: pf..;
' Do Your Trading program of lotsa folks Saw 8:10: P. M.; 10:10: P. M

Edna Hart, Liz Nasworthy, Flor- SouthboundLeave MEN'S SHOESYou

where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are ence Brown (Mrs. M F.I), and Starke-4:30: P. M.; 2:10A. :

given away with every $10 in trade Edna Prevatt tryln' the afternoon M; 10:20: A. M.; 2:20 P, M:
or certificates. session, and goln' great guns 5:20 P. M. Can Pay More Of

Are Redeemed Armory all lit up these nights .:...bound Course. But You Will lie

in c h if GARAGE National Guard will mobilize Leaves Starke-7:13 A. M.; Leave Well Pleased! With i These I 98
You CboocaTHANKSGIVING Monday and make it their home Starke, for Palatka and St. Augustine Long-Wearing Shoes .
STARKE, FLORIDA for the next two weeks, before 3:20: p, M. '
;jleavin' for camp Lt. (soon to WestbtlundLeave .
I Ibe Capt., I hear) Long Is so busy Starke-7:40: A. M; 11.00: '

I.the hardly has time to play with A. M.; Leave Starke for Lake i tI -..
:I i young eon Tom Butler Perry, and Tallahassee I &
L The Lennon ''family Is havln 3:35: P. M. I \

L its movln' day troubles due of Passengers called for and de-,,
course to the Blanding boom livered free with city lImits. Sta-
Seems the house they were living tion must be notified 30 minutes\ rCHILDREN.S' SHOES
TURKEYS25c in jus' north of the jail was sold before scheduled arrival of busses.
so they rented the L. W Kick. Phone 147. Ys

liter place In eat Starke i ,

Before they'd had time to unload they can get two turkeys, too? I RED 'GOOSE

25c Per PoundBe one furniture van this place was Orchids to Arch Thomas and
sold, too So now
they're llvIn" Luther Powell for offering to give
north of town on Road 13 the right-of-way for the new : FAMOUS FOR THEIR

Sure To Place Your Order Early in If a the house guy by who the wrote side"I'll of live the .Starke-Camp- 'Specially Standing when It highway will cut

road, and be a friend to man"should such a wide swathe .through their 4 f 2.98

take a ride from here to: property Thaws what I call, .

We Dress Them For YouCRANBERRIES Camp Blanding he'd change it to,' public-splrltedness.: an' thass what i ,....'., .. ,
"I'll live' In a Jook by the side It takes to build a town Now .
of the road" Honestly, Ididn't if the others will '
V jus' come' Other:
1 i
know they could build 'em through In an equally noble All-Leather Quality
manner -
| that thick One jcoin' up right we will Jloo\.be able to ride'to Shoes For 4
'smack j In the middle of : Boys And
i a cabbage the camp without gettln'* SHOES
: patch (Boy, page Mrs. crowded off the road Into the> $2.50 Girls As Low As _
Wlggs Oh well, guess she's sand! ,
out Jook In' too) They cay More Inte-re- tln' ( .
things comln'up Friendly '
Kingsley Lake was named In than you can shake stick Fives
23c Per Pound s at
honor of a guy who swam across I' (An who wants to go around $5.00:; $1.00ALEXANDER
It on horseback to get away from shaltin' sticks all the time,

anyway ,
Injuns If h* was alive today ?) Football game with
he'd probably swim across It Palatka tonight, an' Woman's
to get away from jook organs Club dance and County Fair loom-

r i S. R. JOHNS ,& SON If I had my life to live over In'See on the you horizon at one .or. both of, & CO

1 again, think I'd be a banker them- if the editor comes across''
Imagine get- tin' two Thanksgiving
NEAR S. A. I.. DEPOT Phone 45 I lIl.! Jimmy Peek says most with my check between now and I

anybody could be thankful over- then '

.,that, and I agree *, Wonder if -Carolyn. Starke FloridaIIt.


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BITSbUBlne98 of LOCAL NEWS 1 I* M. Gained. Emmett Ferryman the home of Mr. and Mrs. B.. N. TIIERESSA Vero Beach visited!( Mr. Sullivan's

Arch Thomas Lucian Con Crawford recently By Mr. A. L Stlllvaq parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sul r Y
-- ----- '- .. nor and Harold Bishop students F
=--- -- Those attending church at Union livan. Sunday afternoon.
Flume Wood tin Halle of West at Emory at Oxford Ga., are Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Lambert
F F. Palm S. Sunday from this section were: Rev. Wm. T. Minshew of Lake
Mrs. I Beach was a recent Sternberg of Orlando Is the spending the Thanksgiving holidays : have been, visiting; :Mra. Lam.bert'
da In Ga InesvllIe..L visitor of guest of his Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford Butler filled his regular appointment 1
'\ his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Q in-law. Mr. end son and daughter-; ; here with their respective Mrs. Geraldine Grimes Miss Ef- parents Mr. and Mrs. H. at the Christian Church
D. E. Knight Halle. berg. N. Stern- parents. fie Crawford A. J. Crawford and D. May. They left Thursdayfor Sunday
and Mrrr v Miami where they will upend
JnckRonvllle.l Jack Johns.A Rev. Everett Godwin of Max- 1I
Jl'MdnY In Mrs. J. B. Snmeuls, MrsT. N. Mrs. N. Sternbeig Give then your picture for large crowd from this section the winter. vllle will preach at the Baptist
wee a Kendrick and Mrs. C. A. White and spent Wednesday riirMmus, price rU'nt at HooterIlio. attended church at Hellbronn. Mr. and Mra. H. D. May and Church Sunday. !,t

in pawls JacksoDvllIe Wednes- spent the day in Jacksonville as the guest Thursday of Mr.In and Jacksonville Mrs. Studio. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L>. R. Lambert were I Mr. and Mr, Ronnie Mun-

Tuesday.Mrs. Glen Searing. Mrs. J. B. Ganklns. Mrs. Wll- shopping In Jacksonville Wednes dorff and two children. Jan and
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thomas and
lard Gasklns, and Mr. Jack Koon day.Mr. Wayne, of Daytona Beach were i
H. Freeman of Ocala W. E. Hiddleton Mrs. H. Mrs. S. T. Dell of daughter, Jo Ann,' Mr. and Mrs were visitors to Jacksonville last and Mrs. J. H. Mattox and guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan .
A. Tuesday night of S. Matthews, and Mrs. E. L. Matthews was the Herman Roberta of Crescent City, Friday. .Mr. and Mm. Guy Sullivan of Sunday.
/asst ] guest'ednE'trtI.lY of her
!be are spending In Mr. and Mrs. I, B. Mills and
today Jack
Carrie Rllch. sonville. brother-in-law and sister Mr. and daughter, Miss Dorothy Mills, of

Vernon Rowe and Mrs. W. L. Wall. Green Cove Springs were guests Looking For ? !: ij

.and yea Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs Victor Thomas of I Sunday of Mrs. H. M. Thomas Something
of Jacksonville Mrs. F.V.. Vamedoe of Pa- and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson
-tIId gueals ot J. B. Rowe. of Mr. Thomas'were mother week-end guests' latka was the guest a few days Whether You Are New In (Bradford County Or Have Lived

Llmbaugh of Jack- M. Thomas, Mrs. B. j' last week of her parents, Mr. and Here All Your Life Whether You Want To Buy Or ,
T N. I Mrs. W. P. Smith. I A Great I
this week of GUM BRANCH Sell You Will Find This Classified Directory
the gue I .
lie,la Mrs H. L. Brownlee. Have portraits for Christ HULA By 1\..... Edd Porrlah Convenience, And An Easy Way To Communicate With 'w

n4 now popular priced, at hoover" Mr. and Mrs. Chance Burton Thousands Of Other Telegraph. Readers ,II.li}.
M" J Wtch *I BroM. Studio. spent last wcek- nd in Rome, Ga., Mr, and Mrs J. C. Sapp and .iJ
and were gu eats Sunday with relative and In Albortsville, son Hobby of Sampson City were ,
yule Ala. guests of friends and relatives "T"Jj
with friends.Mr. .
,. and Mrs.. S. R. Johns. Mrs. Eldrldge Smith Is spendIng I here Monday of last week. AMUSEMENTS FUEL OIL EATING', ;'
some In Shubnta. Miss.,
Finl-hlnu. quick service. with he: parents: Mr. and Mrs., i and Mrs. Randolph Boreeof Mrs. Edd Parrish was vlaltlng :t'
Brae. S"0- J. E.-:. -Tonc-y. ; Jacksonville spent Sunday here at the home of her father and I11LL1.1R1)S-Enjoy a game ,., K EEl' HOTwlohM'L.\TE L1IN'IIFM. Sand- 'k
T with Mrs. Boree's parents Mr. family Wednesday. tonight Also Brer, Gold ";!!I w A R M .\nd Short Order* I .
land Mrs. G. H. Bennett. I Ottls Morgan and J. H. Waln- 'i4 TIII'IN'rEn S Are Our /Spcrlulty.SIIKI.L .'I'. t
Mrs! H. Edward Alex- Mrs. W. T. Jackson returned Food AtIIATKIKLJVS- I.
IIId ,wright were business visitors to -J W : ri...VCK: ,ttl,1 i1,
.who returned Sunday to Miami from Tuesday to her home In Raconton, I 2
ridding i rip afternoon ot Ga., after enjoying a visit here Mrs. Walter Savage, and Monday.I. 'all Street 13-0 rhone. 55 ,I nI; j

I rums Alexander1! Sunday parents, ''Mr with her sons-ln-liw and daughters I Miss Dorothy White, were visitors' Hall and G. Johnson of Lake SKATE HTANU.YKU OIL CO. 12-6 FLOOR SURFACING !):, 1

Ihi. F C Hemingway en Mr. and Mrs T. T. I to Jacksonville\ yesterdayA. 1''l'elHlves Butler were visiting friends and Tor Your .- .. "f.'t'' "'
here Saturday afternoon. '
Carpen-I IIKST : w
| Ihelr home in Guinea- and Mr. and Mrs. D. P Health GAS KtJI'lI'MKNT J
to ( E. Wall Jr., of Orlando arrived W. C. Clemons was a business Sake! ,,; In To\\n. Iteannnalile Prices.Rstlmute .. "i "
ter.- I here Saturday and will visitor to Jacksonville one day ,\AI'I'IJANf'KH For Home hulls FurnNheil. ,;,fj-.
;.enter military training with the last week. S. W. INO1I-S: !SKATING KINK Anil Oflri Stotea, heaters, IV..1. KSMI.NT:! : JK.1U .
National Guard of Starke. Temple! .\venue<< (Road IS) '::-6 Inter IIiMiterw, Kle.: 8utlf..etli 'all St. Htarke, "'ft. ': \'

HUNTING SEASONOpens : I ItROOKER' n Guiirunterd. 12-6 i ri"j

I Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Durden and By Mrs LM I. Parker AUTOMOBILES 1AIMHVII.LK: ( .\S . ,":
['children. of DeLaml were week. U72: So. Virginia A\enu RADIOS irfI ,:

Next Week lend guests o f Mr. Durden's The Jubilee Hillbillies will be I'A1t'14-Usnl: ; Tires. Itrhiiilt "h"\'III.. .'11,. fj-fi I 'II, ;
V mother Mrs. A. A. Dimlen.t at the Brooker school house Friday Ul'lnf'r..tc.rM.lIto UOMH| --Canh ItKl'.VIIt: Work Ifcmo At .o"'t( I!"

t I night November 22. AdmlsBlon For (.It.... And Trucks<< In Any HEATING I'rleew In Town. See. Ti, ''f'! "\
j Course You Will Want To Mrs. H. C. Wall of St. .\ugusI 18c and 25c, COlldlt Ion. New ItadioH On l>lpln.VMAViS' ; !'1

I In The Field On The First tine and Mrs. M a x Snyder of Each Tuesday night an entertaining HAWKINS: AUTO PARTS KKKTUM: Ttiln Winter : It.MUO !NKKVIt'R ;. ."

ir_ November 20. I Jacksonville were guests Tuesdayof picture show will be Just North of Town On taunt 13 With A CIV.\liEn Oll-ltum- Htnrke h" 12-fl ,'.j.,
:Mr and Mrs W., I* Wall. presented at the Brooker school 13-6 InK heater (Clean Kcononiliutl ,\\1, \;

Wish{ You All Kinds Of Luck Admission lOc and 20c. These I 11....,. Also U. K.erulorx. It..lrll WATCHES ''i .(;jfJ l}
Hope You Will'' Make Our I Mr. and Mrs. ,R. C. Buford had .shows are unusually good for the BAKERIES .. ray On Kuxy:: Tenna.IAItHV'P4 J .x''.
as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.R. price, and we feel sure you will '. '
Headquarters For Your I KKI: \Ilt Work With A CJimrunlr *
kiting Needs. C. Blackburn and son Billy, make no mistake by attending.The FKKMII 1).IILI'Brea $tarkc. .,,,. 12-S >> of SalNfortlon. New I i
and (daughter. Peggy, of Jackson Brooker P.-T: A. meets d, IMra, Cake, Just line of Elgin a n d llutoiaJiiMt. ,?,
ville. Wednesday November 27 All
Like Mother heed To INSURANCE Watl'h received<< y;
members are urged to attend.
[ PETERS Lt. and Mrs. R. G. Kidd Jr., Mitts Francine Fisher who in a :Make.STAKKK. ,4. II. COfUTMANCH fl i\"r\:
I: BAKKKV: '. Starke, Flu. 12-6 !
OTHER and son Richard III, spent Sun. senior at the Montverde School I K\V -Von { .n.tf :'<:
in the fall here with 21S Call Street 12-6 ford Tit Tnk *. A (Chuiire .
day as guests of spent holidays !'
SHELLS HUNTING Mrs.. V. n. Kldd and Mrs. W. H. her parents, Mr. jand!! Mrs. R. D. When (lots Insurance IN Ho PHOTOS ?
( '
I BARBER ('hp.'e Mare A To
Helmlntoller. : Fisher, SHOPS 1'vllcy I"" '
I 1.'lt0111' Knpcclnl: N..*...... YVIHLK-U-WAIT: Thrne"'Quality >4r\ 'I

rSy NECESSITIES Mrs. W. P. Randall and, children -, SAMPSON CITY HAIRCUTS: 1'111.:1i: Sham- 1. T. KIKKIANI. JK. A.,. 1'hologruphn For lOo. : "j u

l I of Norfolk. Va., are Thanksgiving By Mr*. S. _E. Jones POOH MiUMMiRen. In Clean liberty National 11.tfe Insurance, Next, Door To The Itriulforil ,
holiday guests o f Mrs. Pleasant Murmmndings; (10. 12-6
County Telegraph<< 12-fl !- ,
Randull's parents i ..7.11'lnd Mrs. Mrs. W. H. Smith and daughter CITY IIAItllKIt SHOP '

,1Thermos I I J. M. Alvarez. Joan Friday.were visiting' in Hawthorne Cull Street SUrke. Flu. 12-6 PALMIST BEAUTY PARLORS ": i

v Jugs I Col. D. E. Knight wan calledto I Edwin E. Jones of Jacksonville NO 11',11TING-Seven lliirlMniAt FKKIKKADINO: With Every: "
Mayo Wednesday on legal wan a visitor herb Saturday. Your Hpf\11'''. Shower, l'uirliHM MIMHI 1 Anna Fay SI'E'I.I..M1 N o !l4lM'rlflc-e ',

\ : i business. From ,there he went to I I Mr and Mrs. .7:''C. Sapp were Maths A SpwIiUty.THKKI1 I'ulmUt. ll iirniuV A. M. till In O.uallty' OI ServiceLKH ,

[12 & 16 Guage FlashlightsGuage I Tallahassee/ \ to weep with the'guests of Mr. anf Mrs. Jo]. D. : J'KIKNim: : ll.VltltKK: II I'. M. Nest To Sturkel : ..'X'S 11M.\tJTY' HA1XI.V ;. :h t

Pardoning! Board." 4,' )'Jones Saturday Venlng.Mr Call St. SHOP 13-6 try (.Ie.n........ 11-22: Cull Street 13-6: 'r }''Ij
., H I
and Mrs. j ,
Artford Brown
8 5 c" Batteries .tr.jr.ar._._._.o._._. ..--.-.--....-.----. --._._._..__._.__._.mater__.. t
l Tom Rltch. a student ut Emory were visiting Mr. 'and Mrs. San- ,f V r. f ntwww i f .vWELCOME :" w ..
20 University in Atlanta. Ga., arrived ford Rltch at Raiford Sunday. I'i
yesterday to spend Thanks. H. H. Thomas of Eat.(ton was

80c Alarm Clocks- giving holidays with his mother, visiting his .Mister Mra. S. E. TO 1 i
I Mrs. Carrie Rltch. Jones Monday.
Charley Smith of Hawthorne ,
1 First claw Kodak Finishing, was visiting his brother. W. H. Jf
(WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE prompt Mer\Ic'p.I t Hooter Uro. Smith Sunday. PRIESTS TOYTOWN |

Studio\ Miss Mural Smith has accepted ,
rke, FloridaJA I a job In Starke.

Ii Andrew( Z. Adklns, Jr., who is Jack Rose and Harold Jones
...1 a student at the Citadel in from Camp Blanding were attending Opening Saturday November 23rd.
Charleston S. C., Is spending the to business here Saturday I ,

NAT SEZ: I Thanksgiving holidays here with afternoon.J. .
I]his parents Judge and Mrs. A, Z. C. Raulerson and his men '
The Old Tune < .irlxtiiuut Spirit
1 never did think the time would I Adkins.I have been working on the G. S. A N with u" again And we
F. Railroad here this week Improving
timex lire to
come when I wouldn't .wve very happy announce
Mrs. A. M Darby returned yesterday the road before Ihe,tour.1st hot we. Am mooly. to sere
.f to write my little piece but here. I from two trains and the
.. morning a come through you with the tmmt beiiullrulanil
a' .' {< It l III Thursday morning the paperIN [weeks' trip to Washington D. C., heavy loaded freight for Camp iit tJindlnK group of toys

ready to go to press and Nut where she visited her son-in-law Blandlng.BOOTSEY'S. and Kilt' goods that we have
alo.t'lied and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Phillip e\rr before put on display
nothing yet. MaGuire. BEACH q "Ktintu'N wont to the wise !III,
I've noticed lute of these newspaper -, -- "Shop early and avolil thnneiiHHiMint
out By Mix Kffle Crawford lust ul.. intmentMfue I
fellers when they run HtipiM ,
Ralph Rhodes, who is trainingat / I .
of stuff fill up their. column West Point Preparatory School Mr. and Mm. J. n. Gaakins, amt runh. 4 +
with Just prlntln' and. that'.* wlliat y LJ It It mi easy to Hhop curly IMSeuun .-
at Ft. McPherson. Ga., Is spendIng Mr. and Mrs. Wlllurd Gasklns and
I'm to with today I tryln' get away i
the Thanksgiving holidays Jack Koon attended the Fair In .
)' A-\Vny ?I'lan. and with
here with his mother,. Mrs. D. A. Jacksonville last Monday. n .MinnJI leHMlt M.. Mill hay.
i jMontelth, and Mr. Monteith. Fred Johns and Justine Johns away your order now lire i
of this section spent the weekendIn our
Lay Away Flan ami lay
Mrs. E. L. Hlggs will upend this Jacksonville with relatives. I Away article when year seethe a
week-end In St. Augustine with Rev. G. n. McGauley of Drooker 1 t'nlitR you InU-ntl lo
Ask Any Flagship her mother, Mrs. O. J. Griffin. attended church at Hellbronn Sun route Ixiok<< and pun'luite biter
She will be accompanied home by day and was dinner guest of Mr.
This c I
Pilot About her daughter. Dottle Sue, who and Mrs. Joe Holme 1 I

,spent the past week with Mrs. W. R. Kersey and Rudolph 1 WHEEL GOODS us : .I'KIESTS: LAY AWAY GAMES:
RaincoatlChosen Griffin. Chl m of Starke were visiting at 1 PLAN TODAY
I .:F' I'rlest's. has leers known for heed Afnerlcnnn love lntere.

Over All Othen by r the latest and Met things In DOI.I-S lag giundH.Ve have romliecl ft
( I" IIrt,,
y WeUy fl.OO
American AirlineJor Attention! popular prloml I wheel good Vtny, Uet: .y hells. -I n co_ the markets. for new gamer M

('loth.-. ._ $2.19 &
Utmost Protection I f.Mk o\er the nJU a+soriaruentt'.lth-.Id..... up and I have found the most e"
4 y,u Ilativ Ilull __ *l.04)'
Light Weight of wagon, doll rrtrrtHw,. Velocipede V \VcMHl IMn loll SOc citing oiiifi f and .many -1
d 10" Wood ."In...'>Clllu IV.II $I.OO
o+ t r Smart Style Owners of McConnick-Deering *. KtrVhrel n.r13" all ron>|M sltlon dolU :2.V- f/it-tn only I OP, others 2."" ;

a.f 18" Girl Doll __ ,_ SOc a
l?tYto rows and other Wheel Toyn. Beautiful Dolls, DivertUeilBrand up.

1 r: ; ,< <- .... >": *, up lo 9S.BA

I And Deering) Mowing MachinesRepair (:.:;:{! J GIFT fWODHf4

< i O"'W- 1() \l) For the liulleM we bare to of

'If; A Genuine WaterproofALLIGATOR r I far :fancy rhtna.. xliiMnwurernjon r J t r"

4 underwear, hosiery per- t; 1
fumri sets, towel I wl. and r?
Your Mowers Now For Straw GREETING CARDS

$750 P 10 lovely curb' and envelopes for the fentlrannn, we offer +
berry Season. .If You Wait Much ? t..:
Yee In an attractive box I Do tm ,liln ( stands. truv Uuifeto |
doll need t to bee Ft>..hip Optmia ot
Font' OAc t to,wemr ibis f.mou Alli...ornincow Longer It Will Be Too Late To Ob- :25 rard In box __... 25o tie, socks. lilrt-, : toilet t
W. lure k la your .i.ct alas sad I ..a,1( a t
color prcfcrcix. .m.nly nyled thoroughly Other raxrH S for .V: and up. .Ma and shoving *1.. ,

t"""oruble. .*,././,/ s*terpn./' And aha '
.'."' ..
one raincoat of Inter qanlitr- Better
"" rou i DOw, MCllua., it'i ant t. r.Mr r1 t. FREE WALLOONS CANDY
,,. To The Kiddies Van H. Priest Company
Attig***lUia .." For Frewh Candies
$1.7) l. SJ&JO c Opening Day
Buy At Prie.st'8!

BRADFORD HARDWARE> CO. | 5c To $1.00 1 I

Phone 8 Starke Fla. STARKE, FLORIDA aF

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: G{ I Raymond Leaves I TO Lonnl Klbert Hill, whose .n..rat. . n.
1 a'' Scouts Observe Major I roxldtnc. U unknown. ;''lintldfQrd .1.\lI..r t'QII r Du
I11: SOCIETY and CLUBS I at Camp : You are hereby required to appear each week fit! yleM
{ I Annual Open HouseThe The off leers'me" week to the bill of complaint filed w..k. uWltnes
Blanding entert tned last herein mcalnit you on or beforeWednesday ... ,t,
-- for Major December 19th, A. I>. seal thitl. 201D. / lid
Annual Open House of the with a farewell party 1940, 1940. '
Methodist W. S. C. S. Sharon Hall Honored( Mrs. Jeanette Kin ald I Boy Scouts of America Troop 70 R. R, Raymond, Jr. who left Sat- It I I. further ordered In the that Bradford thinorder (OFJo'J\'IAI ?
N. C.. where be published l'lr""I' A.
Met Monday Afternoon At Birthday Party Entertains Bridge Club was held In place of the regular I.I TOl'command an artillery bat- rat1Ti1iEAdII
f.; Monday Night troop meeting Monday night at arrived -
&+ The Woman's Society of Christian Sharon Hall, eleven-year-o I d I 7:30: o'Clocft. tallon. Major Raymond served as
Service met Monday afternoon daughter of Mr. and Mrs Arthur AJrs. J. W. Klr.caid: was hostess f I' The local Court of Review was i'here in September and of Camp
G I > }, at the church and held a Hall, wa the honored guest', Fri- Monday night when she entertained -I j given the powers of Court of the first commandant succeeded by
.yI vt ; business and program meeting day afternoon from 3:30: until, her bridge club at a de- Honor from headquarters in Jack- Blandlng. He was served
i ; The business session was presidedover 5:30: o'clock when her aunt Miss lightful supper party, given at sonville and after a very Interest-I Col R. H. Kelley, and then

; by the president, Mrs. E. K. Garnita Hutto, entertained in the home of her brother-in-law Ing program given by the separ- In AMUSEMENT PAR
; ,i Perryman. celebration of her eleventh birthday and ulster, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. ,ate patrols of the troop the annual Col. John B.
; Mrs. A. Wood, vice-president, anniversary. Beanley, on Walnut Street. awards were. given to the ceeded by Lieut.

had charge of the program the Sharon waa attractively dressedfor Winter flowers, c h r y santhe-I Bennett. Now Open AH The
this occasion t I Ink boys.The -- Time
subject being 0 u r Heritage. nap mums predominating, were usedIn Court of Honor had the
l I ,' r y After a devotional period, the sweater suit and a navy blue decorating for this lovely af- privilege of presenting two first Lex Gets New Hat

;, l work of the church In foreign, skirt. ,fair. class cards to Warren Winkler R. A. Green Is
4'i' "r lands was briefly reviewed by During the afternoon the young Supper was served from card and Stephen Weldon and one Congressman a brand; new 10- -B-I-L-LI-A.R.-
4 t Mrs. Titus Olson Mrs. Wood, folk were entertained In the liv- tables overlaid with white linen second class card to Robert proudly sporting hat, a gift from -
1, : Miss Amy Coburn, Miss Olive ing' 'room, where many novel covers. Candle holders In the Barksdale. Registration cards gallon Stetson and Dill Grahamof
( Ray, Miss. Kate Struth, and Miss games were enjoyed. In the form of pink roses and holding were given to the entire troop J. M. Alvarez clothing store
Amelia Ray. Mm J. W. White spelling content, Mary Weldon burning blue I tapers, centered along with "year stars" which Alvarez Store was made to M-U-S-I-C S-W-l-M-M-M
The gift
offered a prayer for missions and was presented with an appropriate each table. Salted nuts In com- were presented to those who had here. for the "pros
for world peace. prize. potes of blue glass ware com- been In the troop one year. Many show perity have brought to _. -- ,- '
It was announced that the For refreshments the guests pleted the table arrangements. special attendance pins were pre- Starke you in Camp Blandlng., the!' r- i
tar circle meetings would be held the were Invited Into the dining room, Following '!upper the guests sented to those who have not
tr first Monday In December; circle 'where the large table, covered enjoyed four progressions of missed more than fou'r meetingsin merchants said. Complete Soda Fountain

number one'will meet at the home'c' with a handsome white cloth, held bridge. Mrs. J. E. Wilson, holder the year. The honor of Junior tio'r1Ic: TO naFr.otv'r Servi

_ of Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry- ,,the beautifully decorated birthday of high score for the ladies was Assistant Scout Master was of- IV TMB ('IHC'IIT ('01 ."..''.'..TIT OF TII"IYtru :
cake. Kleven green candles In presented an Iridescent vase and ficially bestowed o n Leonard IUtiTti .JIIU'IU. 'sh'it-,
man, hostesses will be Mrs. Per- FOIL "" \I't'OIU' ( SANDWICHES AND
white holders topped the cake. M. F. Brown, holder of high for Smith. Fi.unns BEERS
ryman, Mrs. Titus Olson, and Potted plants and ferns added a men, received Old Spice talcum The outlook for the troop In tiv ('11'HILL vrrBV,
Miss Kate. Struth; Circle Number further decorative note to the powder. In the bingo games, the coming year under the boy ANN.FlF.I.IE MalnUff.LONNTlB Enjoy Schlitz On Draft lfjcALEXANDER

Two will meet at the home of room. Brightly colored lollypops Mrs. W. B. Sewell and L. D. Vln- leadership It has ia very. bright 1IIIJ-,
J''=t 11IonT
j Judge and Mrs. A, Z. Adkins; placed on the refreshment plates, Ing were awarded prizes.. Mrs and encouraging. The develop-
were the favors for the afternoon. Bette Green of Dublin, Ga., houseguest ment of iniative and leadership IN THBnNAMfcntOF/ TUB STATE
and circle number three will meet Miss Hutto wan assisted In serv of Mr. and Mrs. L,, D. Vin- among boys la one of the major ,
1 -
at the home of Mr and Mrs. E. ing by her mother, Mrs. L. S. ing, was presented a linen hand- emphasis In the whole Scouting
L. Williams. Hutto, and by Sharon's mother, kerchief, a gift of the hostess. program.

,Mrs. Arthur Hall. Those present to enjoy Mrs.
Woman's Club Dance Those present to enjoy the aft Kincaid's hospitality 'were: Mr. G/wp auiSwe
t ernoon with the honoree were: and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mr and acted the routine business.
The Starke, Woman's Club will Jeannette Priest) Marjorie Man- Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. The highly ,Informative yearbook
sponsor a dance on Friday, De- ning, Rebecca 'Simpson, Madge O. L. Beasley, Mr and Mrs. W. which deals with the meth-
cember a, to be held I in the club Drownlee, Marie and Margaret B. Sewell, Mr. and Mrs L. D. ods and plans ,,of the W. M. U.,
auditorium.LAFFITOFF. McKinney, Jo Ann Dinkins, Lu- Vining and their guest", Mrs. was .ably discussed by the follow & COMPANY'FALL
cille Alvarez, Martha and IdeU ing state officers: Mrs J. B.
Green, Mrs. Edward Burns, and
-- -- -- --- Landrum Nancy Lightfoot, Jose- Boatright, of Mulllna, S. C., for-
Marian Brown, Joan Mrs E. L. Matthews of South Carolina
: : phine Johns mer president
Carpenter, Mary Weldon, Frankle Baptist W.M.. U.; Miss Louise FESTIVALShoe.
Morgan, Sammie Klckllter, Mar- Baptist AssociationOf Smith of Jacksonville, M. U.

ian Harrington, Barbara Keen, W. M. U.. MeetsThe corresponding secretary of Flor- SHOE
ida; and Miss Elsie Renfroe, also
Jeannette Anderson, Mary Wink- Baptist Association of the of Jacksonville, newly elected
ler, and Ivalon Blvings of Jack- Woman's Missionary Union held state Young People's leader.
sonville. an all-day study course at the It was announced that another
Starke. Baptist Church. Monday, study course will be held I on
Engraved sympathy acknowl- November 18. Tuesday, November 26, at the .
edgements. InexpeiutU. -Brad Mrs. R. Ai, Thomas, president, church with 'the Rev. A. E. Light-
ford County Telegraph. opened the meeting and trans- foot, teaching the book, "Publish' '
i ing Glad Tidings." All W M. U. .
members to attend.A .
are requested
covered dish luncheon will be
I Carolyn CallstreetWell served at noon/ AFFORD TO PAY
r d rr
\t "What folks I Often won- do nothing (well hardly) but sit
matttti it RecipesMrs.
WHOSE fault It ma.? dered where the expression "shiverme on a stool and play tunes on the t1N Every New Style Trend, Every
A timbers" came from, an' nowI cash register all day long: .
damag-tuit do.moat know, cause!! -my timbers cer- If you like blondes you go to t New Color, Every New Material
alwayi tainly shivered lIu,' week-end '. Carpenter's (Maxine Noegel), or J. W Andrews, Jr., sent)I Found In Our Complete
Bring wo. to BOTH" Can Be
us a recipe foe nut bread this 1 k
I why TIIAT.ndure?.. Understand some'of our northernlandll'lglte' if you prefer brunettes you pnt- I
When It'*v thrifty I roomers liked to have I jronlze Canova's (Dorothy Gray) \ '*Line Of,Fall Shoes. Never Before
t" rwSu. Er" "froze to death" In OUT steam- '. Can't get used to seeing deft-.us. \ ; The Ladies 01
heatless tiOmtsr: 'Four or five Maxine In the-drug store nfier'all Have We Offered
!even 'went8.' <-rf8r'an tlr."psck up these, years in"the' five and ten 1-2 cup bu'tte'r. .,< ) Starke And Vicinity Such A
HARDLDC.WALL and flee to Jax hotel rooms In Wonder If SHE'S used to It 2 cups brown,.sugar.
order to keep warm! And I yet? 3 eggs. .1fr <; 'Wide Selection.
though Yankee' were' supposed to Have you tried one of those 1 cup milk. .
GENERAL!P INSURAN( be tough! .J It! Belt heh hen lunch counter next to Lex Green's 2 heaping teaspoons' baking Some As Low As $1.98

PLEASE PHONI *4Gr Aren't our drug stores gettin' office? They reach from powder. I
ritzy, though? ;.. Both now here----. -to here Practically 2 cups nuts, chopped fine.
._._ sporting brand new cashiers who Cream butter and sugar. Add
-- --- a meal in
square a straightline A\ BRIDGE SHOES
T 1 egg at the time. and beat until NATURAL
light. Add flour Into which the
New faces in new places: Mural
FUNERAL DIRECTOR Smith in Jacobs, and Willu Vida baking powder )l1s been sifted
1 I My Many Years Experience Makes It Possible; for Ma to Render Ktllingaworth In the box office at alternately with ,the, milk. (Fold A$5.00
SERVICE In the flour, do not beat it Add
EFFICIENT PIIOMPT and COURTEOUS the Ritz ,', Certainly good to )
MODERATE PRICES see our local gals helpln' to make nuts and 1 ;teaspoon vanilla. I Sue
Place In greased loaf pan and: In
DeWITT C. JONES the wheels of Industry go 'round
bake In a moderate oven until I

L Starke Florida Sudden thought: Surely am brown. When done remove Immediately LeathRtptil

glad Starke's principal thoroughfare from pan and wrap in e; ca:
IH named Call Street, 'steadof brown paper. Let cool thoroughlybefore z

Main Street I think Carolyn removing the paper. ,
Callstreet is a much prettier This bread is .delicious sliced i KidS
a name than Islamic Mulnmreet and spread. with cream cheese. |
D J r
Hear fhe next attraction for l
9 Gasoline Alley will be a bowling BITS SCHEDULE
alley, right near the nkiitln' rink Northbound
The latter Is becomln' a Leave Starke-7:40: A. M.; 2:30A.
'"regular"' item on the amusement M.: 12:30: P. M.; 1:45: P. M.;

Do Your Trading 'program of lotna folks Saw 8:10: P. M.; 10:10: P, !or. MEN'S SHOESYou a
Edna Hart, Liz Nasworthy, Florence SouthboundLeave
where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are Brown (Mrs. M. P.), and Starke--1:30: P. M.; 2:10A. :
Edna Prevatt tryin' the afternoon M.; 10:20: A. M.; 2:20: P. M.;
given with $iO in trade Can : Of
Pay More
away every session, and goln' great guns 5:20 P. M. ,
or certificates. Armory all lit up these nights KiiMtbouml: Course. But You Will lie
Are Redeemed National Guard will mobilize Leaves Starke-7:15: A. M.; Leave, Well Pleased With These 1 98
In CHh If SMITH'S GARAGE Monday and make It their home Starke, for Palatka and St. Augustine Long-Wearing Shoes .
You Choo for the next two weeks, beforelleavtn' 5:20: P. M.SVe..tbound. '
STARKE, FLORIDA ,' for camp Lt. (soon to I .
I ibe Capt.. I hear) Long Is so busy Leave Starke-7:40: A. M; 11:00:
>he hardly has time to play with I Al: M.; Leave Starke for Lake At\ J

j( young son, Tom i Butler, Perry, and Tallahassee!
The Lennon'family Is havin' 5:35: p M. I -

THANKSGIVINGTURKEYS Its movln' day troubles. due of Passengers called for and delivered -,
course to the Blending boom .; free with city limits. Sta-'
Seems the house they were living tlon must be notified 30 minutes M GIsCHILDREN.S' SHOES
In Jus' north of the jail was sold before scheduled arrival of busses.
so they rented the L. W. Kick-i Phone 147 V

liter place in east Starke i RED "GOOSE

Before they'd had time to unloadone they, can get two turkeys, too? i
furniture van this place was Orchids to Arch Thomas and
25c Per PoundBe sold, too So now they're livin' Luther Powell for offering to give; ; FAMOUS FOR THEIR DURABILITY

north of town on Road 13 the right-of-way for the new '.

Sure To Place Your Order Early In If a the house guy by who the wrote side"I'll of live the .Starke-Camp- 'Specially Blanding when It highway will cut : $2.98Other

.road, and be a friend to man" such a wide swathe through their v I
should take a ride from here to .
property Thass what I call :
We Dress Them For YouCRANBERRIES Camp Blanding, he'd change It to, publlc- plrltednells. an* thass what, "; :' ,.,
"I'll live In a Jook by the side I It takes to build a town Now -" '
of the road" Honestly. I It the others will jus' come : Good Quality 1 i
.. didn't know they could build 'em through in an equally noble manner -'! All-Leather
that thick One goln' up right we will soon, be able to ride'to Shoes ;For Boys And
i smack In the middle of a cabbage the camp without gettin'd' SHOES $2.50
patch (Boy Mrs. GirlsAs Low A s-
page crowded off the road into the I
Wlggs Oh well, guess she's sand |
out Jookln too) They say More Ir.tereathT things comln', Friendly, Fives T
Kingsley Lake was named In up than you can shake a stick at'' $1.00
23c Per PoundS. honor of a guy who swam across (An who wants to go aroundshftkm' $5.00 _
It on horseback to get away from sticks all the time, any ,
h Injuns If he was alive today way?) Football game with'
he'd probably swim across U Palatka tonight, an' Woman's
to get away from jook organs Club dance and County Fair loom-

R. JOHNS & SON If I had my life to live over In'See on the you horizon at one., .or. both, of, ALEXANDER & COS

iI ___ again think I'd be a banker them If the editor cornea across i
Imagine Thanksgivings '
T NEAR S. A. L. DEPOT Phone 45 I Jimmy Peek says moat with my check between now and I

anybody could be' thankful over then. arkeJ FloridaPAGE
..that, and I agree Wonder If Carolyn. /



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Woodfin Haile of West Pal I ]I I I
)(:S CsinevflleumeI r Beach was a recent visitor spending the have been Mrs. Lam
I of Thanksgiving holidays visiting
11 guest of his son and daughter- Mr. and Mrs R. N. Crawford. I i Butler filled his regular appointment -
1 hla parents, Mr. and Mrs. W G in-law Mr and Mrs N here with their respective Mrs. Geraldine Grimes Miss Et- bert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H at the Christian Church

E. Kaightf Halle. berg Stern- parents. lie Crawford, A. J. Crawford and D. May. They left Thursday I|I, Sunda).
,.4 ) .t; for Miami where they will. upend
Jrksonvflea Jack Johns. Rev Everett Godwin of Max-
Mrs. J. B. Sameuls. Mn T.S. Give them your picture ftwChrUtniHA the winter. I
;Mrs. Iville!
N Sternberg Wed. A large crowd from this section will preach at the Baptist
1I"U bu!inesal Kendrick and Mra. C. A. White nesday and Thursday spent in Jacksonville I prices right, at Hover!" I attended church at H lIbronn. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May an'll Church Sunday i '

It.f\IT'II'\ ycvUle %Vednesk spent the day In Jacksonville as the guest of Mr and Mrs No. $iu
Tuesday. Glen Searing. Mrs. J. B. Ganklns Mrs. Wil shopping in Jacksonville Wednesday -'dorff and two children Jan and IJ'. ;

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thomas and lard GasMIns, and Mr. Jack Koon ,|Wayne, of Daytona Beach were ; l'' f
of Ocala -Mm. W. E. Mlddleton. Mrs. E. Mrs. daughter Jo Ann. Mr and Mrs.* Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mattox and of f .
!II. Foreman S. T. Dell of Gainesville were visitors to Jacksonville last j I I guests Mr and Mrs C. Sullivan F'l ..[
ofCIJ1itJtjtdi. S. Matthews and Mrs. E. L. Herman Roberts! of Crescent oft' .
y-yyeaday night Matthews I'was the guest Wednesday of her City Friday. Mr.: and Men. Guy Sullivan Sunday ,
are spending today in Jack. brother Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mills and f
in ,
and I
stater. Mr. and !
I daughter Miss
sonville. Dorothy Mills of,
Mrs. W.
I L. Wall. W
Rowe and Green Cove Springs: were guests
*" Vn.tk-i5onvile Vernon! were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Thomas of j!' Sunday of Mrs. E. M! Thomas Looking For Something? y

rl Rowe. Jacksonville were week-end Mrs. F. W Varnedoe of Pa- and :Mr and Mrs. A. J Wilkinson ,
...ptfU of J. Mr. Thomas' mother. Mrs.guestsof E latka was ihe guest a fete days Whether You Are New In (Bradford County Or Have Lived (

umbaUgh of Jack- M. Thomas, 'I(i last week of her parents Mr and Here All Your Life Whether You Want To Buy Or ),

t T pant this week of Mrs. W. P. Smith. GUM BRANCH I t Sell You Will Find This Classified Directory A Great 1
S. L. Brownlee.a Have portraits for Christmas I I By ) ". f>kl PairUh Convenience, And An Easy Way To Communicate With
NI now popular priced, at Hoo\erl!i I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burton Thousands Of Other Telegraph Readers ii iia
ws J H. WtcH of I Bros. Studio. spent lat week-.n Wi'fre guests SundayMrt I II with relative' and in Albortaville. son Bobby of Sampson City were
riIIt Mrs. Eld Ala. with friends. guests of friends and relatives
S. R. ridge Smith !is ; I : rJi
iii ing come. time in Shubuta. sp.nd'i Miss, 'i I here Monday of last week. AMUSEMENTS FUEL OIL EATING h :
service. he Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree Mrs. Kdd Parrtsh was visitingat -
quick with. : parents Mr. and Mrs. '
6a e Studio.a J. Eo- 'Tony. ;j iof i, Jacksonville spent Sunday herewith the home of her father and Ulu.J.RnSnjoy a game' KEEP. IIOT PLATE Ll'NCHES. Samlwlchen )kl:!:,
I Mrs. Boree's family Wednesday.Ottls WARM Ami Short Order (
parents. tonight -Abo U e e r, Good ; I'
and Mrs G. H. Bennett. Morgan and J H. Wain- THIS Are Our !Specialty.' 'F .
Mn[ H. Edward Alex- Mrs. W. T. Jackson returned ;i Mr'l Food ..111.1TFIELiPS(- ? 1
from wrlght were business visitors to WINT'K SIIKLL: I'L 1CI. : 'til
11IO returned Sunday to Miami. Tuesday to her home In Baconton, | Mrs. OV. White and daugh Bradenton Sunday night and POOL ROOM HEAT WITH OIL, Road IS Stitrk" ....... 12-6 ;
reddJg!gueday p afternoon ol Ga.. after enjoying a visit here 'lets: 3.frs.'altel" Savage and !Monday. | Call Street' 12-6 Phone M '1 '

IPJtI IIaJI1der" parent :Mr. ,,with her sons-ln-liw and daugb-!Miss Dorothy White were visitors f. Hall and G. Johnson of Lake SKATE STANDARD OIL CO. lt-6 FLOOR SURFACING :
i i.
'n r. C Hemingway, entlwlr ters. Mr.. and Mrs. T. T. Long i I to Jacksonville yesterdayA. Butler were visiting friends and I I For YourIlralfhft ,, ?.l.
relatives here Saturday afternoon.
In Galnes- and Mr. and Mrs. D. P GAS MUST: EQUIPMENTIn ;i
( home Carpenter r' .
a .. E. Wall, Jr.. of Orlando, arrived W C. Clemons was a business Sake: Tn. Reasonable Prlc-. .
.' here Saturday and will visitor to Jacksonville one day ALL APPLIANCES. For Han EstimntM GliMlly '''urnl..h...l.W. .

enter military training, with the last week. S. W. 1NGILS SKATINO RINK And Offirr. Stole, Heater. I .\. HKSSKNT.: : JR. .
National Guard of Starke. Temple Avenue (ROAd 13)) 12-6 hater lI..tf'tI: ('. SatUfartliMi Ill 'all >t. Slarke, Fla. Jj I

HUNTING SEASONOpens BROOKER Guar'antad.i.tlNI.lLLE. I n-6 :.

Mr and Mrs H. A. Durdin and fly Mr. L L Parker I AUTOMOBILES < (1AM (0. '

children of DeLarul were week- U7J So. Virginia .\venue RADIOS I' '

Next Week l lend guests o f Mr Durden's The Jubilee Hillbillies will be P.1RTS-Lsaf Tires Rebuilt G..I.n.Ulf'. Fla. f-6 ./

V mother Mrs A. A. Durden. at the Brooker school house' Fri- I day night. November 22. Admission Can And Truck In Any HEATING lrkwt In Town. See The; )\ )',
four Yon Will Want To I Mrs. H. C. Wall of St Augus- ISc and 23c. I II Cum Clltlon.) New Radio- On UUpUy k:1: '

I h The Field On The First time and Mra Max Snyder of Each Tuesday night an nt IIASKINS AUTO PARTS KEKP: "'.\H. I Thl I s \\ Inter .MAYES'; RADIO SERVICE t .r :;\'

O\'fmber 20. II Jacksonville were guests Tuesdayof I taining picture show will r-I Just North of Town On IbxMf IS1S6 WllhKF.1t' Oll-IIurn- i Starke, Fla. IS-* !I' ,:d'.:
Mr and Mrs.: .,V. L. Wall. I presented at the Brooker Inic Heater." Clean, lUwnoniIcal t ) i1 '

hish You All Kinds Of Luck '= f I[Admission lOc and 20<:. llewt. Alvo (J. K.emtor n'rllC-, WATCHES ''i( i''

Hop You Will Make Our Mr and Mrs. ,R. C. Buford had shows are unusually good for the I BAKERIES *. Pay On Easy T........... I rt

Headquarters For Your I aa guests Sunday' Mr and Mrs I price, and we feel sure you will I)ABBy' SStarkf' ItKPAIR: Work With A (hearantra '

(ting: Needs. R. C. Blackburn and son. Billy make no mistake: by attending.The FRKSIf DVILV .,.. lt-6 of Satisfaction. New j,

and daughter. Peggy of Jack-*>n-I Brooker P.-T A. meets Brntd. I.t_. Cakes, Just line of Elgin and llul,\aatrheM 'a',";
ville. November
Wednesday 27. All
j IJke Mother Used To INSURANCE \\ just reertved.! ::'tI. ;
members )
are urged to attend.
PETERS Lt. and Mrs R. G. KIJJ. Jr.. Mica FrancIne Fisher who Is a ;
OTHER senior at the Montverde STARKK B.tKKKV21S : I'L.Kl' _You (-...', Af- Starke. FU. I2-H !t: '\;
II and son Richard III spent Sunday School.
Call Street 12-6 ford To Take A hmtce- r"//
in Hawthorne as guests of;(spent the fall holidays here with
Mrs. her Mr. Mrs. R. \\hrn Good Insurance IK So PHOTOS ,
HUNTING V. B. Kidd and Mrs W H. parents. ,,and D
;HelmlntoUer{ i I Fisher. BARBER SHOPS Cheap. We Hate A Policy To "
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i Fit Your special: Need UHII.K-C-WAIT: Three quality I ;.

NECESSITIES I Mrs. W. P. Randall and children -.l SAMPSON CITY IIAIRCCTS-SILt'KS Shanipoov I J. T. KIKKLAND. JR. A.t.Llttrrty Photograph For lOr. "I"!" ;

: of Norfolk. Va.. are Thanks I, By ) ". S. _E. June Massages In Clean < National Life Insurance Next floor To The Bradford ,I
Pleasant Co. 12-6
giving: holiday guests of Mrs. SurnMUnllng County Telegraph n-6 ,
Randall's parents, Mr and Mrs. I :Mrs. W. H. Smith and daughter CITY IIKBEK SHOP I,.
IJ.I M. Alvarez. I Joan were visiting'lln Hawthorne Call Street. Starke. .,... 1t-6 PALMIST BEAUTY PARLORS '
i '!
Thermoss Friday
sr Jugs i i Col. D. E. Knight was called{ Edwin E Jones of Jacksonville NO W.11TIN(1-Seven IUHxnAI << FREK RE-\II.N ..With Ktery: i
I i Your tW"ic'f'' Shower, l"unh3U..., Anna SPECIALS At N 0 Harrtnc
| to Mayo Wednesday!' o n legal was a visitor her Saturday. Fay I
: Bath. A Specialty Palmtat. H.ur&iO, A. M. till In Quality O I !SrrvfeeU ;
| business. From there he went to }fr. and Mrs J. C Sapp were I
K& 16 Guage Flashlights85 Tallahassee to meek with the'guests of Mr. and :Mrs'' E. D.i TIIR':': JKIFJVI IIAHHFJtHt. I II I*. :M. Next To htarkeDry >:iLS UE-iUTY BALOX

.' Pardoning Board., .f- Jones Saturday eVrening.Mr. t CaB MIOl' 1'61..1n i ('kanera. II-3J 'all Hueet 13-6 i
\ n and Mrs. Artfonl Brown t
c BatteriesAlarm [ : ___....-.-.___sves. ._________r.__.-....._......----....---.'.....--
Tom Rftch. a student at Emory I were visiting Mr 'and :Mrs. San. \I-: : ':av'av'rz''ww.za'; a' t'vtiw 'iv''ro. it wthis.o'+twvac av'a w'is.'nt*+at a-saw 'rre. ..an'v. .. '
20 Guage |'University In Atlanta. Ga.. rrived ford Pitch: at Raifonl Sunday "
: yesterday to spend Thanksgiving H H Thomas of Eailton wa

SOc Clocks holiday with his mother. I rutting his: staler: :Mrs. S. E.r j( WELCOME\ TOPRIEST'S

:Mra Carrie Ritch I,I Joce MondayChantey I
II, Smith of Hawthorne
First rla-w Kodak FiaKhiax.prompt was routine his brother. W. II I i

PTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE service, at Hooter Bra Smith. Sunday TOYTOWN

I stud ke, Florida t 4 job in Starke. I IJ.J.ck

Andrew Z Adkins.: Jr, who. fa'r : I Ron and Harold Jones I i iIbe
student at the Citadel in from Camp Blandlng were at-t I i Opening, Saturday November 23rd.
I business ,
Charleton. S C is pending: the Cnillnj to here Saturday I

NAT SEZ: [Thanksgiving holidays hr! with Z.I' J C Rjulenon! and his men!
his parents. Judge arid Mrt. A.
Old Tim* t'artiitina Spirit' .
I would Adkins. have been working{ ; on the O. S. A I IF K with !
never did think the time I If I u again ABM w" "
Rjulroitd here this week 1m. to
come when I woaMnt 'iiave time arey happy tannowwethat
f Mrs. A M. Darby rer.urnJt.1: yesterday proving the roa-1 before the ,tour.|I wt are rrmily to aerie
fjK.s, I /J to write my little piece, but hens I morning from two lat trains: C'Ometbrough and the 11 you with the toast brHUtlful

(" l I. Thursday morning, the paper ,weeks trip to Wasniagton/' : D. C. heavy loaded freight for CampBOOTSEY'S II,,' ....ottfjitaadOjig croup of toy
her son-in-law i BllmUlnjf. ;:s amt gift good thaI we have
W ready to go to press and Naaio't where she rioted: |
I'Casa daughter. Mr and Mrs. PbJJI -' f\rr before pat ou dlxpLty.Knaltt'ii .
sea nothing ,'el. I MaGuire BEACH 'rf word to the won I..,
I've noticed lots of then newspaper ,. Snap early and avoid those
( By Miw Elf A. CrawfordMr. r-c
fellers, when out r ruamrsu UI.sapyintmrntsI
they run 4 j Ralph Rhodes; who IB training and fat "......"
of stuff' fill up their column i West Point Preparatory School/ and Mrs. J. B. Gaakln .. t
with Just In' snot tluUN w'jat; 4 lat III" It I* no ntMf to chop twrly be-/
prim Willard Gasklns and
at Ft. McPtwrson.. : e.... Is spend-- Mr. and Hrr > ;:so.
rouse we hat
I'm trytn to .get away with to- flag the Thanksifivina! hoililuyaj I Jack !(.oon attended the Fair' In I IJuckHonvUltt I AWay PUn.a" and with y s a

day. here with hit rowthwr. lira. I). A, last Monday. f, a 'nMll tKrponit MP Mill layaway
,: Mont !lh. a.adlr Monteittl. iI i iI Nisei Johns and Justine Johns |I'fii "" your order. ...-. |'..> v

of tJtiia auction spent the weekendIn ;:s o..jr Lay Away Plan anil Lay
) t I I ]frs: E: L. Sttfg9 will t spend this] J.ick.<
I week-end in $t Augustine with Rfrv G. E:. McCauley of Brooker rt the things you intend Co
Ask Any Flagship i'her mother :Mrs.: 0 J. Griffin. '' attended: church at Hellbronn Sunday tones back and purrha+r later.i .
home and was: dinner guest of Mr
I She will bit'' accompanied< by ) I
Pilot About This I!: her djugit! OuttJe Sue who and Mri. Joe Holmes.W .

[I spent Ute gnat week with Mrn.Grifnn R. Kersey and Rudolph WHEEL GOODS USK PRIESTS LAY AWAY GAMES
Raincoat! A'Chii m, of Starke were visiting at for'' PLAN TODAY
r Prt<.&'. has been known Rest AnMtricmns !<,y..
.. r: tntenw'c c
w the Latest and -I thine In DOLLS Lag We .note nwnb.d
Gbcien Ottr" All Others I
t_ II" Ikay N./sy $1.00
Airlhteijor.Utmost : Attention! popular prior. w heel r-I. ">...jr We...y IX>IU Initn eases the markets fur new ganga
I U >%' Cloture .I' up
M ,fi; Protectionlight I !!f Look over Coe BIG aowof rtmeat I I'" (' ddJl'* Bby Hull 91.00 rail have fooml the moot e,- g
Weight i M wagons' doll rorrLwrr. VelSn r"Uoo.1 Plnorrhlu ioU SOeIO citing wee sad many of
"a I' WOMM Plnocchlo I..... fl.OO i
" Smart Style of r1 sclp.des. ...trr-. SA heel 11oa,.- 13- all .. Mnpo rl>.si *>U. JAr farm only lOe. ,oth r* Z3f Itup.
Owners McCormick-Deering r.* IS** (Jlrt f* U .. 3Or
ea' I rows aa.t tJltfop Sibs-, ToysBeaatUal Dads. .un..1 .

ftralNh. op to S3.94
II "" ;;....-=
caL 4. I And Deering Mowing Machines **f .'lTiL-1 J' :y! f,.'! GIFT GOODS
r +
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Its A JI 0 far tasty "ehla-a. .
I Genuine WaterprooflALLIGATOR / ''I gfaseare r r+waten

and.vwear. haJery. ..--
: I d r*
fame setw. t_rl *rt. and 4c i,
m Repair Your Mowers Now For.Straw GREETING CARDS '
Me :) lYoe c ply-

$750 19 lately earls and C.T,.- For t" ftallrmMn. offer
i we
berry Season. I IE You Wait- Much t

don' s {opt. fa aa aitnrtrte hot lOe _..J... stand. tr,*r io( to''
seed 110 ...
a n.hip Capcaia M

'hat 4"ono OI5Cq! Mt 10 hart wear it Ie thia tuous Mliaaroe and Longer It Will Be Too Late To Obtain !! 1.1 rarda la a hot Ue sets tis.a. hooks.. JUrU.tottft r r .

eo.color,: PnrerellClI'anl,tour styled esact.tboloeab1J'Ortab1e. sir I I Other emx H 5 for Se and tap eta matt ...*..I << ..... .I

....1.1#" r..lerp..fl Aad doe
.',to modew ,' The Needed Repairs.
11, doe ,no need to com prow -
Oft rmmeo l ... I'I'nc.
o I. r qjulity. BMW
in i yournow. Itecaaae. .. .u'.nos N vial .. r. I! FREE BALLOONS Van CANDY

Orbs Allipser ILis..d I To The Kiddies H. Priest Company For Fresh Candies r;
$J.Jt t $36.10TORNBERG'S
Opening Day
Buy At Priest'sSTARKE.


Phone Starke, Fla. c FLORIDA ..

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I'll41J t; ''I" ;;1"1! FARMERS' SECTION I It Looks Like A Long War' LIVE STATE NEWS end.Tampa Frank, and Pldnt=City Jaj

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To most Americana, the government May Lust IndefinitelyThe GINNEDOcalaThe : ELECTORS TO fIoETTallahasseeF.orlda's relatives at, .Jacksonviii.Mr. I
9I.RURAL at Vichy In no-called only other alternative Is Demo- and Mrs
& Smith Eddletl( !
SENSE . peace through complete military Plllans and EdWin Hall
-- "free France" Is a pathetic spec $2 .000 cratic presidential chosenin ot 0"1."
victory, which IK what both Hitler Ginnery of Ocala shipped Springs Were
t: TURKEY TIMECartoonists LANGUAGE OF THE COOK tacle. You can draw a parallel and Churchill have often saidis worth of Sea Island colon last the November 5 election, will of Mr. and Mrs H 'Unn r
meet hereDecember 16 and
t,. with It here, working: on the sup- their Hole aim. Churchill has week, the largest shipment since, cast day H I.tw(
picture November Modern scientific cooks know this State's seven votes for President -
position that we have been deCisively also mild that England will have long staple cotton production was:
and December an the critical time their words. They keep up with air within another revived in Florida In 1934, County I Roosevelt's re-election. Elec- Mrs. T. T 'r1lck i
tor the turkey who struts under the fast-growing list of special defeated In a ruinous war. superiority salJ. The tion of the electors was certifiedby atlves In [ I VI ltt
Stratford eLnnd
I year and will take the offensive Agent R. A. ( ( Ia.,
t the shadow of the upraised axe. terms used in cookery. They have seen our capital, practically then. But the events of the past lint brought an average of 37 the State Canvassing Board, "\ ei,
It is also a critical time for turkey know the fine distinction between which received official -
all of our industrial areas, and said. reports ,
I he ,
_ _ year have certainly indicated that cents a pound, "Ol'If" 0.' \
growers and turkey.breeders, "panbrolllng," "SautelnR," "fry-,I close to half of our territory occupied air warfare Is far from decisive.In from local canvassing boards In "'Oil 'r,\'1'1'111',rt
'''' 1I1:1'n: ; ,
N. R. Mehrhof, extension and the 67 counties. Official .ont.
says Ing, "braising. by a ruthless enemy and brief PROCLAIMS THANKSGIVING reports) ; 11111( 'n, '
as good a guess as any NOT.( .I. 111:11: ,
poultry specialist at the University to'' faced all sides showed the Democrats were elect-. That ,. 111'1:1; : <: :
"Panbrolllng" Is one way are on by enemy now Is that this war may go on !I Tallahassee.--uovernor Cone I \)01'1 ':, ''ff, I :1:1"t, \
of Florida.' skillet of whom have ed by big majorities over Republican Certificate NT, ) ,' I"
- cook meat in a on top troops against we no indefinitely.The November 28 as day of '''UII
I has proclaimed JUj| \ !
'4 Until turkeys are about 28 the stove. The special point about military defense. That Is the posi- theory used to be that 'Thanksgiving Day in Florida and opposition Name In ni> "fr I', ),',.,' ha.
weeks old all may be handled and panbrolllng Is cooking without I tion France Is in today. And, I application fi."i f hI a.
neither side could command sufficient 1 urged Floridians to "unite in issued Ihpl'.. ,,, I \ "I"'d ,
fed alike. At this standard ""
age ,
added fat, without water and under those circumstances" Marshal RISINGBy
birds should be about ready for resources to keep the warJ( I II most humbly offering our prayers Said eertiricnt,, .
D without a cover on the skillet Petaln's announcement that I going for four or eight or ten I and supplications to the great Mrs. H. II. LaiaMr. "Win* ilHM-rllii.,1 ,'",'"'". Hi
the market. But, from this age It is the method to use for tender France would cooperate with the County of ",'" I Time to have dissipated and
years. seems Lord and Ruler of nations Ida, to-wit \ lit
I on, wise feeding depends on the chops and steaks that have fat Axis powers to "restore peace toEurope" and Mrs. Woodrow Thomasof !
that theory. Gel'Tflany'sconquests beseech: him to pardon our national Lots 19, 20,
I\ use for which turkeys are selected 2 2
\ of their own and are quickly should not have come have her wealthof LaCrosse visited relatives. here lawn .Section) in' ;,11 P 'n ,
Birds that are a little light or given a : and other transgressions. ,1'1., TWI> 14 J
cooked. off the fat as it last week-end. coma'nl"K' :
Pour as any great surprise. raw materials. She lacks very ICRH ;(1( .\" ,'.
slow In maturing may be kept 'renders the meat will not Charlie Underhill! of
out, so Whether or not this makes little that is Gaines The
necessary to war, SANK: GRINDING SKASONFellsmere !RffMeMMmMfrty i
for family use or may be fattened II 1 <>1
t be frying. France a definite ally of the total- and what she does lack she hasa ville spent Thursday night with under tin, ,_ Ih", ,I 'a'd'
- a few weeks more for later ,-Cane grinding op- his father, C. M. Underhill iHNUed wall .111 I II.!,. ,, 'rl
is different cooking itarian states is II"
not clear. "
sale Mehrhof slow- "Frying" a yet good chance of getting-as, for of Have I ''f f (
says These rations: and the production
It means actually to But it does make clear the Unpleasant tin from East In- James Tillls of Georgia recently :
process. ,example, the ITnlaxN NII id :1
maturing/ birds should not be kept r eflned and black strap '''Ill, ,
as breeders.If cook In fat. Sometimes the fat fact that France will do dies, to be obtained for her by .nolasses started Tuesday. An- visited Mr. and Mrs. W C. Con- redemod, u, 'lfll',, j" '.'h,
property dem "
L in I 1
Is deep enough to cover t h efood officially at least-whatever her oily Japan. England, so longas of the Fells- ner.Elder Mold to the hlRh i i .1 ,"' '''!

the grower expects to save entirely, as In frying chickenor Hitler and Mussolini want. Few the controls the seas, may Iclpated production N. T. King left Thursday court house d,.. 'I ,'Id.". .1/1
his own hatching eggs for Incubation But can also observers think that Hitler's acre mill is placed at 10000.000 I to spend sometime with his dAY In th< 'I',' >'
croquettes. you I pro- have to go on short,, rations, but 1941. Ii,1/
500-> ,
rounds of refined and :
- "
jt time Is also sugar i'I
marketing fry with shallow fat in a skillet. mise not to use the French Navy she Is able to bring the necessi- I ,daughter, Mrs.! Emma!: Kirkland Janunry' im! .1

selection time and the flock Hash and meat patties are good: against Kngland: Is worth a hoot ties to her ports. Kven If we 00 gallons of black strap mo- C CIls )f Tampa.H. her IInl..d thi ,"' X
44 :', should be culled carefully to keep" examples of shallow-fat frying; -most of them think that before accept German claims of sinkings Ii ea. H. Lewis and Bishop Thomas (OFFICIAL ; l

'; the very best of the hen turkeys and some meats, such as sausages long what is left of that Navy of Itritlsh owned or controlled visited relatives In St. Petersburg, 'r'1"'rk l' nt <(<'Ir,.MI'r, ,
c 4 for the breeding flock and IRST DRAFTEKSSt. : I County( Florida ,. Br,
per und! bacon, fry in their own fat. may be at sea, fighting for the shipping, It is obvious that hardly (Ii I I-
few choice toms for matIng _
haps a The Italtlal
"Slluteln Is another puzzler, Axlu. Every French resource will a dent has been made in the 1< mplre's Augustine ::'
/ with these or for exchange. all the more confusing because It be placed a t Hitler's disposal merchant marine. g roup of Florida draftees will -

j Mehrhof calls attention to advice comes from a French word meanIng when, he wants It. It Is no doubt;I Have Escaped 1"llIjtJlt"M" e nter, service at Camp Bland Ing''I
I from S. J. Marsden poultry >ecember 4 it announced
to jump. Sauteing is a cross true that the average French The questions of plague and was
4 husbandman of the U. S. Department between panbroiling and frying citizen hates Germany and prays famln remain. But Germany and his week by H. P. Baya, state' MEAT
: of Agriculture, who the
J says It means to brown the food In a I for British victory, but he is help- Italy can no doubt last a long elective service director. Forty-

safest way of Introducing new little fat and turn it often to I less. Every precaution has been time by gutting: the food suppliesof ci ght[ men will report at Camp on'ecernber
blood Into the flock In through
keep It from sticking.The I taken to make organized resistance the conquered peoples.! All re- D' 4, and a second gl'oupIhlrtynlne
j eggs from a reliable breeder impossible.A indicate the Reich Is 01 f on December 12. '
word "braising" comes up ports
whose. flock The Is next healthy cutest and way vigorous Is Rain and again in meat cookery.i World Revolution I doing Just that now Plague is T wenty-one more will report to CURINGNo
F t. Barrancas on December 13,
to buy poults and keep them To braise means to brown In a The action of France Is simplyone a more difficult factor to dl cUK8. announced.

separated for a time to allow any little hot fat and then cook the more of those many actions Rumors of it come from England was

__ disease to make itself evident. meat In steam-with or without which have been dividing the entire due to conditions in air- F OSTKB: MEMORI.tL.JacksonviliePurchas. I
Buying mature birds adds some I added, liquid. Swiss steak and world into two distinct raid shelters, food rationing, and

risk of Introducing disease or pot roast are good examples. groups. On one side are Ger- the deleterious physical effect of of 2,000 increase in Price
4 parasl tes., :These meat cuts are not so tenderto many, Italy, Japan and those continued bombings, etc. But so tci ins of marble from the Old Post-'

The ration recommended for tart with, but properly othr peoples the Axis l is able to far plague has not appeared, and i'flce Building by the State toe

the growth of Immature birds is braised, can be cut with a fork control. On the other Is Britain j It may be that modern medicine UI( in erecting the long-planned

when they come to the table. and the United States. Latin maye be able to prevent it on a SI ephen; Collins Foster Memorial
not best for
4 birds reserved for
I America remains the question (great scale. jot i the Suwannee River, was an-, We
I breeding Marsden -
recommends a Specialize In
good standard growing mash anda Demand For MilkIs mark, and during the next few Summing up, it looks like a1 ncwi mnced, last week. The marble'as Sugar

mixed scratch grain containing I years both sides are going to use very long wal'-a war of attri bought from the firm of

not more than one-third corn. The Expected To every weapon at their command, tion. It may be that the final ScWl:!ottaln d Whitaker, M 1 am

___________ mash should be well balanced. Increase -flattery, bribery, and threats decisive factor will be a letdownIn reeking and salvaging/; firm, at

About .4 weeks before egg pro- Rapidly to win her support This war is I morale on one side or the a reported price of $7,000. The
no ordinary war. It is a world other a, widespread of m emorial will be built at White Cured MeatsGainesville
____________, duction usually starts, birds selected Establishment of large defense I
_ as breeders should revolution. And "woe to t h avanquished" "What's the use of going on ?" At SI rings, about 12 miles! north-
go on posts and a probable, marked Increase w..est of Live Oak.AINMAKEK .
will be the motto of rate, the best think
an even richer breeder diet, a In number of tourists will any experts I
the ultimate victor. that this country might .as well
mash that contains more'vitamins,
I be factors that will make the demand i
more mineral and more protein for Florida fresh milk and There Is little talk now of the get used to half a world continuously IIETI'RNSPlant :

; than the growing diet and with'cream heavier during the next 14 war ending soon. Rumors are at war, whether we become City.-Miss LIllie Stoate,

I grain limited to one-fifth pound months than It was during the again making the rounds concern- belligerents or not. Even If we I 67'-ye r-old "Mississippi r a I In- Ice &

a day for each bird. past year. Ing peace proposals, and Francewas do keep out of war. we will bern,aker," has returned to Flol'lda'I
For breeding flocks it to I supposed to have been drawn come an Increasingly Important I!
pays to i offer her services to
Is the R. H. drought-
This opinion .of Into the Axis for that factor In Its
provide artificial lighting, turned! purpose.But progress, our.t l
strawberry here.
on at .4 a. m. Turkeys do not i Howard the State, outlook Agricultural economist Extension" with It l is extremely difficult to role of armorer to Britain. NOT)tie "rainmaker" says growers that when Cold Storage Co.

need warm house, but should nee now how any agreement one can yet aea" the end of the|ab ic sits near a body of water rain
have protection from extreme Service. could be made that would be I Fur Eastern situation-Japan has:

__ cold and strong winds. This system -|, After studying present conditions satisfactory to both Hitler and backed (down a bit, but her army,' |In MO on numerable, follows minute through the rising from of J. L. GEORGE, Mgr.
and future Mr. droplets
I to of this and
of management of England-- say nothing navy clique are still restivelth
turkeys I e water" which
Howard that the demand clouds and
predicted ( -
after they are 28 weeks old favor l country which seems (determined and they rattle their swords on Phone 1067
:, for fresh milk and cream I Dr Ing showers. Miss Stoate satr .1201 N. Grove Si
good! fertility"* and to have a MY when It comes to every possible occasion.! Forces I
hatchability I bv a lake in Florida
will reach an all-time high in March,
: in the f'g'lIs' redividing the world around a such as the world has rarely

__ __ ___ Florida ,during the coming year. conference table. The chance for known are unleashed" now and to 19 39, and said that rains' which GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
go ion came to aid citrus ,
"The establishment of naval airbases
a negotiated peace, I in other forecast the future has become growersere

________ HAMPTON and other" military pouts In words, might be called an exceedingly the most hazardous of undertiik W(, caused by her mysterious

,: fly MIsH Ada Nimmo the state will bring thousands of: improbable possibility j I,Ings nn_>wers. i
men Into Florida from all sec-
Mrs. E. B. Smith
and W G.
tlonn of the nation for training
Smith, both of Valdosta, Ga., '' pulp from canning plants Into avery '
he ald. Fresh milk and cream 1940 Christmas Seals
,_ _ were week-end visitors here this efficient dairy feed, coupled
week. I J mUqt it be will provided be up for to the these Florida menand with the fact that beet pulp 1151 I Look Like ThisCHRISTMAS I I OF I ALL' BIGGESTSELLINGLOWPRICED: It out-powers all other biggest-sel!

Mr. and Mrs. Stewart and son, relatively high In comparison with th
_ visited friends and relatives at dairymen With to provide It its feed value and the cost of i low-priced cars. It also! excels!
Europe engaged In war SEALS
'I Lake City last Sunday. I transportation from producing I I CARS
I I und blockaded by Britain. there II in over-all economy. Its 904
Rev. Norris of LaCrosse "
attended [will be very few American tourIsts areas.! Is an Important Item, is

services at the Baptist to counll'leRthl. responsible for a notable IncreaseIn is
,, going European Valve-in-Head top
__________ church, last .Sunday. I I I winter he explained. "Many the use of this Florida product. I "Victory" Engine

_ Miss Mildred Byerly", U making people who have traveled" abroad! Approximately 18.000 tons of for all-round efficiency I
t Improvements on her home since'In will citrus pulp were produced in FlorIda ONLYGHEVROLGim
past likely come to
_ _ she returned from New York! Florida years last season but 1940-41 pro
,___________ City. I thus Increasing during : the coming number winter of, duction l is expected to be much I Remember, when you buy )'Ollr new f

__________ Hampton Junior High School visitors we. will have. With Its larger, Mr. Howard said. this fall, that what you are really buvini} &

_ Is progressing nicely under the''' year round population, its usual I I power to travel
able management of Prof. M. W. I I
Morrow and his winter visitors and(I the rather Aliens Must Register And power to travel-/ar, wide and Ian
corps of experienced number who will for I I
a. L tnnts. large come By December 26. I I somely at low cost-I* the envied ipeih"of
the first time this winter, the 'I'k (h IIGI
Is 4j' demand for milk will In all probability I this ,. I e
4 Typewriter; rll l>on.. or all klndf be larger than it has ever Allen registration will end on I I for '4I.

for sale e t thn Telegraph office. averred.Mr. December 26 and all noncitizenswho I I
been. ho

Howard also expressed the have not yet registered are I I I I It's the most powerful. .of the I all only the one1'a ''
A ill selling low-priced cars
) I
opinion that the local supply of I'ENGM
Relief At Last by-product feed! for dairy cattle warned that severe' penalties will ) 90-h.p. engine the only tint "I W

: follow failure to comply with thU En lne-Ihe"P
during the coming year will be" Valve-in-IIead "Victory" ;

larger than this year probably Federal law. that holds all world's record for prliit I

: For Your Cough thf largest" production In the his- All aliens. 14 years of age: and Help to Protect You ance on land, sea and In the air.

tory of the state with citrus pulp older, must register in person and Hnrn.., fevwt. 7u11erculoseThree !waul''
>> : more
V CreomulsJon relieves promptly because accounting for the major part of be fingerprinted. Get more power at low COR t- t th

_ It goes right to the seat of the the Increase. Success of Florida Allen children under 14 must I children lifting more comfort, more luxury, too-in J
their I
_______ trouble to help loosen and expel manufacturers In ) blftfte"-K! III
converting citrus
be registered by their parents or voices newest edition of
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature in a carol of the season .
to soothe and heal raw tender, Inflamed guardlnns. Is the pictorial I car. See It at Chevrolet dt'alef't1r" '
theme of the r your
) If Eac... Acid causes S 1040) 1
bronchial mucous mem- :
branes.Tell your druggist to sell you FRE E you pa'n8 lStomachUc.r. Registration" takes place at the I Christmas Seal which the Tuberculosis -

: a bottle of Creomulsion with the post offices. Association throughout
understanding the I II
_ _I you must like the way It | Indigestion There Is no charge of any kind nation will offer for siile! on Nov->
quickly allays the cough or you are BJoa tin.,C.iH.artburnBelchln.. I vember 25.
connected with alien registration I
to have your money back.CREOMULSION. Nausea, getr.. sample of UDCA S
The Department of Justice?i In Florida, committees
.ndr.. interesting booklet at ,' are I
warns aliens to beware of rack- working In every county prepar-

_ ,.: for Couzhs.Chest Colds.Bronchitis CAHTKNTKU'S: DKt'O STORK eteers." I Ing for the opening of the sale*

The Post Office Departmentand November 25. Plans are being

B O'R EE FUNERAL HOME the Department" of Justice developed" to make it possible forl

will willingly: assist the alien inevery' every Florida citizen to have an
Ambulance Service<< flay or Night Phone 131 opportunity to
possible way. buy seals which

I ,, We hate ud
with special Hprlng for easy riding. Allen Registration of the tuberculosis work In this state f ,

"A 1IOME-UKK INSTITUTION" U. II. Bennett Manager ment suggests that those Depart-I' and use In the individual communi' ?. '

who have not yet

aa soon as possible and the Christmas Seals sold In Florida '

Christmas rush at the post of I in the past have made It possible I .:_

: HOTETfiAu11COi flees. to find many cases of tubercu. .- BUY"
'' losis through ITTHIILLINO -.
All aliens" Are also warned that X-ray examinations EYE IT "TRY
I'I They have L
having registered, they are required financed programs of ilONISJ NWHIIltASI ..111
,' N. E. 1st Street at Hiscuyne Boulevard health education In 5TO'-
I' to report any change In the schools; CONCIA1IO SAn"
their permanent residence address and have assisted la Informing I LON"Gd'
Overlooking Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bay j' the public of in" New "Ar1.oafyt." .liglt .. tWIDII
_ within five days to the Immigration a disease which still I DI It v..."

.4 I 4 Opposite Union Bus Station and Naturalization Service of! takes the lives of approximately I I I flSHE SCUllS with AU No gILS t f -IILUXI -

the Department of Justice In'I 1.000_ Floridians annually. I KNI..ACTION ON ... t 01''"

.. M. I AM (, FLORID Washington Forms for this pur- To I I VALVI-UN-HIAD "VICT OIY" INGI 5.' ,.,. t

Shopping pose are obtainable at all post I, relieVf'COLDS VACUUM-POWI. SHiFT uC 50 *;.,,,,.,
One Block From District And Amusements IIAIeIS
_ office T-IPICIAI. HYDRAUlIC .,,;..
: SUMMER RATES UNTIL DECEMBER No alien need be unpreparedfor i Liquid ____...._,." .,.,.,,""JeOltV

,, ., the questions he will be a.*ked. (2.G.C.Tablet* t
4 tUocle Koom with. Bath-_1.34>; DoubU lloom with Hatb$2.0*
4 Sample registration forms which ODD X oa Drop ? CD
show him exactly what Information ore Chevrolet
he will need at registration I Try
_ are available in all post offices. Unamenc.

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I\\New Arrangement
comed into the community, and helping to I Starke-Blanding Road Still 'Hung IVAs Close At t 0ppmerchngte
; The Bradford County Telegraph Waldo 'Clerk of the Court A J.
To Starke
entertain those who might undergo a periodof Col. Kelley Urges New Route I ,
Thomas this week Installed a than bu"r.
1 tr' -- Estalsllshed 1877 homesickness until they become adjustedto I Is, hard-surface roadnow and In many 0 r Ihelll
With the proposed new road There a modern desk telephone the been In the hav
o, f MEMBERmDAPRESSASSOCzATioN their new environment from Starke to Camp Blanding I conectlng Starke and Colonel Waldo, outer office of his suite at the IIshmentll, WIll history( of their
but the route wanted by courthouse. The desk has a "disappearing" the close for
still held by right-of-way day
1 "It is Col. Kelley'a desire to accomplisha up direct I next anI
> would be a more stand, Thuraday
trouble, It .,waa announced this Kelley typewriter and 28., or
I close relationship between our civilian week that Col.; R. H. Kelley, link with Gainesville and would 'other standard conveniences. "This as ThanksgiVing by GOVernor

J. ...._ : twcw CI& population and our Army population," Chap manding officer of the com-I pUtt through Starke. I'desk will save me much time and will close Day in Pi
lain Brown said, "For this reason we wishto urging construction o f another Such a road would furnish to ,many steps,'" Cleric Thomas said. noon 12 0
,f + y Published Weekly on Friday and Entered .s Second highway linking Blanding with Camp Blanding with an outlet I
make use of the religious and cultural
l NI Class Mutter at tile Font Office at Starke 1''"Ia. Waldo and Gainesville the SouthweHt-an --
influences of Starke as much as possible." The State Road Department Jacking It was pointed out. The I CLASSIFIED

E. L. Mattfiew .._____._____ Editor' and Owner It is planned to have local ministers announced two weeks ago that It road, would also be of great use ADS
start work on the personnel having reasonto -
m was ready to to camp
:SUBSCKIITION; RATE conduct services at the Camp from time to 4-lane Call Street t 0 Kings ley travel from the camp to I WANTED-Bean-fed steers. Will' WHY SUFFER WITH

Yearly, $1-H' ; Six Months, 75c-Payable lit Advance time, and the various musical groups will Lake project, but engineers have Gainesville.The pay best prlcell-Green's Store when Mlnton> Remedy A
thus far been unable to secure would extend i Starke, Fla. 11.8 4tp 1895 bus given
rrc Advertising Rate on Application also be "called into sErvice: desired highway and -ellef 10 A
completely the necessary right-of- from Waldo northeast to Bronchial Sufferers
Close Cooperation Between Chaplain Brown also suggests that it the Bradford-Clay County line, SALE 16-ounce bottle $2
way.The FOR : Order po
would be a "magnificent gesture" on the new road which Col. KelleyIs then north to Camp Blanding. now Sarco Reined
Is Desired
Camp And Community urging from the Camp to expressed himself Four-wheel trailer 7x18 ft. Sidney, Ohio
part of local citizens if when the be- Colonel Kelley 11
Starke has real obligation toro Waldo would be a wide, hard- of
a very strongly on the subject Used showcases, 4, 6, and FOR SALE
perform, with the arrival of troops at Camp gin to arrive, as many of them as possible surfaced highway with bridges roads, around Blanding. The present 8 ft. I five good 31-acre fal'lJ1
would be invited into homes here "for and culverts capable of supportIng considers wholly II" hUlldlngs,
a he p
system Priced Right For Quick grove,
Blanding next month. obligation was loads of 30,000 pound connecting potato crop t
i expressed here this week, very sincerely, Sunday dinner and an afternoon drive." It these points, h e said, Inadequate.Such he described -I 'Sale strawberries On 1 Road/u(i
will take many of the men a good while to would be of great military value a highway aa ALL KINDS north of courthouse\
;&c,v very forthrightly by Chaplain and Importance. would ti e pointed out, Dell, Starke Fla
); Brown who arrived here Sunday from Ash- overcome the "severe wrench" of being'tornaway Colonel Kelley expressed< his permit passage of troops with And Automobile glass installed LARGE I

and whose task it will be to from their homes and businesses, permit tactical while you wait. COMFORTABLE
l tabula, Ohio, views In letters to the State Road modern equipment for rent tn HaWthorne
i coordinate religious activities among 40,000 Chaplain Brown said, and there will un- Department and to the Gaines- maneuvers In this direction and lake front lots on east shore from Stm-k.. Ha 6 bed

soldiers doubtedly be many cases of homesickness ville: Chamber of Commerce, transportation of troops towardthe of Sant Fe bike, fonr mlle For detnlKall )r writ,,
during the first few weeks. This show of !which Is In full support of the t-outhwest as dictated by mili- from Keystone 1It>lghtlt,- box n. H, Matthew HWBEAUTIKTTL
A man-sized job Chaplain Brown has I project tary demands. 300 ft.-Sold' on easy term, Fla,
hospitality on the part of the people of i
,? on his hands, and he and Col.! Kelley, camp -
Starke would have an inestimably good effect Relief See I a g. bu
commandant, are asking for the cooperation Return Of Warm Weather Brings sites for sale ,

_ of churches and citizens of Starke in carry- Chaplain on the believes.morale of the new troops, the To Camp Workers Who Shivered. Last Week I 138 JOE N. PETER'S L SHOP GLASS- 9th.: St., Santa Bland Fc Handy an shore to of

ing the program on to success. : The American Red Cross, the tents for housing the campers, but Phone 590 Gainesville, Fla. two mile and from lew than ]
These men 'realize that no' matter how Starke has never yet failed'to arise to i State Board of Health Army officials It did not meet with success. Onlya ping center Churches Metro,

_ many other cities and towns make a claimto an occasion when the demand was made, I and representatives of few Isolated cases were reported and stores. Just the pi

Camp Blanding, the fact remains that and it is hardly likely that it will let this other welfare organizations turned where anyone was actually suf. FOR SALE- 10-room house at officers to locate their 1.
of food. Gas
I their attention to Camp Bland- fering from lack Keystone Heights stove Buy a large lot build
Starke is the nearest, most closely-allied new responsibility go unfulfilled. We be- ;ing's environs last week-end as The State Board of Health entered and gas water heater,!lira. bungalow Lot may be I.i

community to the reservation, and for this lieve that we can pledge to Col. Kelley and the most severe November cold : the picture and moved Paul Savage,' Keystone Heights, on terms if necessary A|

reason must bear a greater degree of re-' Chaplain Brown and all other officials in I, snap In the history of Florida hundreds of campers from. locations Fla. tf C. E Pearsall, Melrose 1 1llj
brought the first real discom- where they did not have
sponsibility for helping to maintain a high connection with Camp Blanding, the whole- fort to thousands of laborers and proper water and sanitary toilet ANYONE having >gray and sor-

degree of morale among the men in the hearted cooperation of the citizens pf this their families who have been liv facilities. It WRIt feared that an rell) hqrae shut up In Wateroak FURNISHED LAKE COon
ing' In the woods adjoining the epidemic of norae"sort might re- section please notify M F. Santa Fe Lake.
making them feel that they are wel community. Starke Fla. It
camp reservation for the past two cult If unrestricted camping was Brown, lights, running water.

< i months allowed to continue. Seven approved FOR SALE--rStore equipment 2 F. H. Lewis, Santa Fi

; l r; \ i Army and Navy Men: Ate COUNTY FAIR I The cold spell was shortlived, camp sites were staked drug sundry wall cases, back Earlton Florida, fit
: I: t I east of Waldo.
'( I f 64,500 Turkeys This ThanksgivingThe OPENS DEC. 2ND. however, and with Sunday's off and efforts were made to bar, 12 foot counter, 3 booths 4tl
!.' i" {,11 warmth, the camping laborers have all workers move Into these complete ,3 tables and chairs,

Army and Navy cooked baked ham and candled sweet po- (Continued from Page One) were once again basking in the areas. 5 foot drink, box, electric ham- FOR SALE Large II.
( up the biggest Thanksgiving tatoes, mashed potatoes and gib- sunshine, cooking!/:, eating, shav- Many of the stories of suffer- berger and hot dog maker. Also I house screened back
i I linner since tho mammoth mesh let /gravy, string beans, cauliflower pie In employed on this gigantic ing, laughing, talking, Just as ing and destitution last week ap miscellaneous articles.. From large front porch wptlc|
midway they had done:' before winter put parently had no more firm a electricity Cheap fore
(hey served In the years just after stuffed tomatoes, combination owner. Inquire 1625 Avondaleor
the World War naiad mince pie, plum pudding "There will be high class sensational in' its unwelcomed appearance.One foundation than 90 percent of phone 26475-Jacksonville, P. O. Box 12 Lawtey, I IWANTKD
The reason? They're feeding pumpkin pie. Ice cream and 1 free acts on the fair- laborer slated that 2,500 the rumors that periodically Fla. Itp IJ
more men than at any time In cake, candy and nuts, coffee, grounds each afternoon and night, campers had pulled up stakes and emerge from the camp reserva
,' two decades. cigars!/: and cigarettes. and special events will be held left during; th< cold 'snap, but tion. Two or three weeks ago, FOR RKNT-House on Lake Alto, Room and III
j Something like 61.500 turkeys Navy--Cream of tomato soup, each day," those who remained had little I one of the reports had I It that 18 15 minute drive from Starke, Starke. Single maD
(of 13 pounds each), 111 tons of olives, celery, pickles and almonds Anyone desiring to place an ex to complain about by Sunday. men had been killed In a terrible fully furnished large living at Bradford County ?rl
cranberry sauce and 73 tons of roast young turkey with hlhlt Is asked to get In touch A representative of Red Cross explosion. Hardly a day passes room and 'dining 'room; four
lreusing went 1 Into Thursday's cheat nut stuffing*, giblet gravy, with Mr. Murray at the Magnolia national headquarters Investigated that some gory tale Is not broadcast bedrooms, bath,, oil and wood
t' feast. cranberry sauce, baked spiced Hotel. "There will be plenty of the, situation during the coldest over the "grapevine telegraph stoves, hot a a d cold water, LOST- -one black, wood I
''d After tolling up the gobblers' ham candled sweet potatoes, asparagus space for those who hurry, as weather of last week and reported ." No doubt there was slot large ;,tlrelace',8.nd\ Heatrola, locked contains Imoll
jo, for gobs and drenslng for doughboys i( tips with drawn butter, time la short," he said that the greatest need of discomfort when the mercury electriq refrigerator, servant's ing tools between H
1 recently, officials Mid those;{I nuts and resins mixed candles, was for adequate shelter. This, dipped to 22 degrees, but so far house, four-car garage, boat and Starke. Monday
1 figures on the'' main course told fruits Ice cream and fruit cake, ULANDINti; LABOR of cour ewaarclleved by the return as the Telegraph could learn,, no housed; good\dock,;:-.bathJng and notify Cox Fun(UI!
less than half of the'story. '+(crackers' cheese,, coffee cigarettes AT 'PEAK of{warnjjfcraathen An attempt one froze tcl. death, and 'no,lone ilsl riing"-t: ,ln They outlined typical service By' ,Thanksgiving. the numberof OF 21,000 was made. I" to obtain large starved. & Co., Starke<<:, Ffa., tf Telegraph. Reward
it menus aa follows: I men I In' the 'armed' services Continued''from
( page one) 100.
I Army-Oy tep. soup celery 'and totaled about'' 675. OO-600.000 In
olives, roast turkey with chestnut I the Army and I' 175,000 in the steer at Its sub-station here, tern'
x h dressing and cranberry sauce, Navy. porary transformers have been

I'' I placed and pole lines have been BRADFORD COUNTY'S GREAT
'I "!: :''I-.J I, Camp Blanding Command To Change Slightly, extended over all roads In the ,
hospital area and on all north
:r : '; '1 When 31st Division Arrives Next Month I south secondary roads. OUTSTANDINGEVENTAGRICULTURAL

From now on It's going to be Involved in the supply of the I Use of pre-fabricated wall sec:
pretty hard for the average civilian tactical units.Engineering. tlons Is accelerating constructionIn

tar keep truck of who ranka troops will also be the hospital area; 18 buildingsare ( INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION!
at Cump Blanding:, who l la In Included In the station comple- roofed, floors are finished In --- -
charge of what, and where the ment for the purpose of main-
sash and door frames
authority of one officer stops and taining roads and other reservation are
the other begins Installations In the bent pos- placed In 17 others, and rough First Annual Bradford County

However, Col. R. H. Kelley, sible condition. wiring has been begun on 13.

t I present camp commandant, In a An ordinance battalion will be Foundation and mib-floor framing -
statement to the press this week, charged with the receipt, supply for enclosed walks were
did his best to clear up the situation and storage of ammunition and started. last week. Detail plans
In terra that the man In maintenance of the various ordnance of layouts of the various facilitiesIn
the street can understand.The vehicles. These units will the general warehouse ares- FAIRSTARKE
status of the present com- have magazines and store houses shops bakery, laundry, coal storage -
mand at the Camp will be slightly constructed for their exclusive troop quarters, motor storage -
changed with the arrival of the line. Military police units under Blockades, Incinerators-are
31st Division next. month. Col. the base camp commander will well advanced. Foundations have
r Kelley: said control traffic within the reservation been completed for eight warehouses -
Major Gen John J. Persons will and establish close relations sub-flooring for three oth-
be designated commanding general -i' with the police departments of all ers Is in, and one warehouse Is FLORIDA
of the division, and also commanding communities around the camp ready for use.
general of Camp Bland- which may be ,visited by military A trunk cable has been laid ,
Ing.When personnel. from Starke to the telephone
Major Gen. Morris B. These duties have caused the I building at Blending and switchboard -
Payne, commanding the Forty- station complement to be called I Installation Is 65 percent December end To 7th
Third Division from the New "household troop" This term Is' complete.

__ England States, arrives In January not official, but It describes the I' Field grades have been established '

Parsons, he as will commanding supersede General officer organization to function which at Camp would Bland-continue all sections. and construction of "Division begun A.' with on Sponsored By American Legion Post No. 56

_ by virtue of seniority, and General Ing even, If the Thirty-First and with foundations I laid I for 199
Payne will automatically become I Forty-Third Divisions were with- buildings -
camp commander as well as drawn or replaced by other com-
commanding general of the Forty- bat units. In the National Guard area,
progress is reported on the 13! 6 BIG 6|
Third Division. General Parsons DAYS
t This development I hI the resultof I and NIGHTS
9, will retain his title of commandIng the experience gained during mesa hall east of the parade
general of the Thirty-first the year since the World War,
? Division, and Colonel Kelley will Colonel Kelley said, explainingthat Pyramidal tent-framing sectionsare !
be base camp commander and formerly when a division being fabricated in the mill /\' : FEATURING
camp executive officer. moved out It practically wreckedthe and these sections are ready for I
Lieut. Col. John II. Bennett administration of post With placing.
t'' will automatically become assist the functioning of the "household Clearing In 'the warehouse area ,HOME
ant camp executive officer troops" the camp will continue at Is 46 per cent complete. --- FARM LIVESTOCK --- EXHIBITS
Colonel Kelley was ordered Its even tenor regardless of troop
here from Columbia S, C., as movements. Heilbronn Church
commanding officer, r e 11 I eying When Major Gen. Jay L. Bene- i MERCHANTS and MANUFACTURERS
Major R. R. Raymond, Jr., by dict arrive In the middle of December Officers 0 f the Heilbronn
''p order of Fourth Corps Area headquarters he will be tactical commander Church are Issuing an Invitationto
Atlanta, G&. As such of the Thirty-First and the public to join In the regular COMMUNITY AND WOMEN'S
he WM responsible far preparation FortyThird'Divisions, and the services which will be held CLUBS DISPLAYS
of the camp for receptionof Fourth Corps troops stationed at Sunday December 1: Sunday
the two divisions and amblIng Camp Blanding and the Fourth School at 10 o'clock church services
01''all supplies required for Divisions stationed at fort Ben- at 11 o'clock. Prayer meet-

their maintenance. ning. These three divisions, the Ing la held every Wed n eaday Mighty Monarch
Upon the arrival of General Fourth, Thirty-First and Forty- night, beginning at 7 o'clock. ShowsON
Persons, Colonel Kelley will retain Third, with corps: troops, constitute Regular church services are held
command of the station the Fourth Corps on the first and third Sunday In
complement, which Includes the General! Benedict will not be each month.
various units required for the administration concerned with the post administration THE MIDWAY
and supply of the at Camp Blanding. New X-Ray Machine
reservation and the "household." His duties will Include supervt 14 B.IG ?
or "housekeeping." concerned with slon of all training activities and Dr.. M. B. Htrlong. local] physician RIDES --- 16 BIG SHOWS SflOflOl
the supply of'the tactical units. fitting the corps divisions for and surgeon this week Installed _-
These "household" troops will combat. a new General Electric
Include such agencies as the personnel General Payne received his X-Ray machine. F. R. ArrIng- Offering A Gigantic
: of the station hospital, and promotion, to the rank of Major ton, of Jacksonville and a General Array Of Amusements For Everyone
quartermaster units charged with General on July 18, 1927, whereas Electric technician made
e the operation and maintenance General Persona was promoted to the Installation. Mrs. Carolyn SPECIAL
of motor 'vehicles, the bakery, that tank In November on the retirement tnman. nurse employed In Dr.i EVENTS SOMETHING EVERY DAYrirflhi
f laundry, refrigerator plant and of Major: Gen. Albert J. Herlong'a office recently completed -
4' rail head as well as other duties Blanding. an X-Ray operation course.'