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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 29, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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SOLDIERS JOY k Cros*: 'Aides Permit Issued Stores All Get New Owners During

Placed At'Ca'mp
Past Eventful Week


(bay : tlt Frank R. Selleck ..arrived here For New GarageJ. Approximately ten percent of the business property along

Wednesday and will be field director the week-the most
[project Pushed As JObie' Call Street changed hands during past
National 1 for the National Red Cross eventful seven days yet to emerge from Starke's Boom '40.

pat Of at Camp Blandin '. He will be P. Roberts To The Chace buildings bought several weeks ago by Dr J.

Defense ProgramA stationed there permanently. Build Packard W. Brownlee for $15,000, were re-sold to the present occupants

> headquarters 'in Washye The Red Cross also has a disaster Showroom On 1't: each merchant buying the store occupied by his

,terday approved a pro- relief specialist now stationed business. This property includes the space occupied by ,;

for construction ol B5KOV.A 1* at lhe'', amp'In the person A building permit" was issued Carpenter's Drug Store, the Clar-Jean Shoppe, Leila's
.
viding i thin week to J. I Roberts of Beauty Salon. Ilenny's Grocery

Rosa No. 121, between of Miss Charlotte .Johnson. The i Brooker In the amount of S3.KOO the Three Friends Barber Shop

48 at Camp Blandlng and Red Cross Is attending to aid I..1 for a combined<< filling station, Troops Now Number I and Edwards' Meat Market. .1;

Lawtey according to Federal and Slat agencies in I,gara IS at Close To I
1,000 :
on Road 13 just south of Smith's
of the
received here Wed- protecting the health' of migratory the southern portion
gram I Garage. Mr Roberta Is agent ,J!/
fronting on Thompson
,
workers additional of 458 enlisted property
R. A, An group
by Congressman ;for Packard In this areu. W
Miss Johnaori ,will concentrateher men arrived at Camp Street
'Building permits landed In the Fort 1 1Benning. FI'tIl11 Womlnrhlice
first effort on family. service niandlng Wednesday from Buys
taeral fund of $111.227 has and health work. past two weeks total $,811.oo.. On., to help fill up the I Alan announced this week was .,
for the work which Second largest<< Item in the group buildings (
totted number required for the station the sale of the Woodbridge
clearing and grubbing !was a $2.000 permit for a steel! the Can- ;
i complement and reception centers. now occupied by

/-way. constructing grade Many strange I ,, '1oi .. : r .uss I and metal bowling alley to be This brings the number of troops ova Pharmacy, the City Barber

e culverts, sanding bitum- sights may be| ,.b ; { constructed by Kilts Orr on Road now stationed at the Camp to Shop, ,and M. F. Brown's law office
.
vement, and appurtenant seen these days on *)J ; .. "' 'f, -. F t 13, across the highway from the around a thousand. to Dr. G. Wilmot Brown of
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.t ,'n" Shell Place.
:!; Tallahassee. This property Is approximately
the J" Arriving troop will stay in
highway e a y ,
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: Smaller
? a Included
--- PISJSBWRSWSJSIF permits
road will be used to facill- -- f, Tt one tents 18 feet with boarded 66 3-4 feet on Call

real and egress to Camp a r o und Kingsley* for $25 allowing the Bradford aides, each tent square capable of sheltering Street by 106 feet on Walnut, and

r; and was certified as a Lake, near the 1 1 YOU AREA CIIRSTIAN.ANDWIS'1O.6ATll' ) Hardware Co, to construct a new ; eight men. They are equipped -' was purchased from Ch_. G.

national defense project. Camp Blandingreservation. 1. ..' sidewalk awning; $160 permit to with Sibley stoves Iron cones Woodbridge of Lynn Masa

The] WHERE THERE'.ARE NO, DANCE RU" )1ALL1' Jim Guidon Forest Grill,, for proprietor repairs to of> house the set In boxes of sand with pipes i iI Old Hull concluded Building the ;T '"
through the tent hoods. The sol Practically was
lor Concerned two signs shown I '. recently purchased from Congressman I diers them have sale of the buildings. now occupied JJJJ?
I already using
here Inj i'Q1l f' R. 'A, Green
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amusing on Madison
DRINK ING'TURN; t,
6 NO Denmark Furniture
: v flat .l found them very cozy and com- by tbs John H. -
Avenue
I their contrast, are] ; $150 permit to E. C. '
"" ."' ;- fortable. The stoves are standard Company on Call Street
f11 -I
L Clark for construction of lunch
a
Situation scarcely a hundred! "J) LANDING. > equipment for all tent camps This property was purchased by
yards apart on I CKiW" P'I .' f stand on A. O. Jenkins property throughout the country. Barnett Roth of Miami from the

;1 A.s.ST < .. ..., ..1"....... In Reno; and a $50 permit to deal \
load 48. Newf _y..., . .J." 'v. ; James L. Horton for construction Despite the preliminary con Will Alvarez estate The included .

otel Commissioner signs, telling their of a barbecue stand In Flume fusion, guardsmen their relatives the large warehouse now .. u'

ksues Orders To varied stories,] subdivision (Reno). and friends need have no qualms used by Denmark at the read 1

Clean Up Or Close Up" spring up dally about troop welfare. The camp the store :,

Tibbetts To will bo completed for their arrival NUtrunk LoU Sol.IO I:'

golly, its worse than Porte Conduct the commissaries have been M. SUtrunk announced the ,1-

right after the papered :Problem Radio Station Postoffice Faces Services Here packed with supplies, and the ale of his property across Wat- (

up!" Now In OperationCamp camp commander already has appointed -' Street from P. M. Barefoot' .+ Ml Mlnut

was the reaction of State George F. Tlbbltts, founder and six: senior and Junior home, to Louis 8hafkIn of Miami.
director of the Gospel Volunteersof hostesses to supervise social ac This property embraces 105 feet ;: 'f!!
'ommlssloner W. M.
Taylor Bland Ing has acquired a. ,
k< Tuesday for a brief In- Largely SolvedMany Serious ProblemPatrons the World, Inc., will begin a tivities.It on Call Street by 105 feet on
i of mushroom growth radio station and become part of series of addresses on Sunday won't be nearly. us bad as Cherry Street. Mr. Shafkln could

on* here as a result of the Army network for the transmission tinted To evening December let, at 8:00: p. It sounds and looks now when the I not be reached for a statement

Blanding. Leave Camp- of official business. Con- m., In the Gospel Tabernacle. He 'Okies move, on and the workers but It Is believed he will erect I

mlssloner! Taylor was not Health Officials tact with the network was estab- Mail Earlier, Than will be assisted by Gordon L. get out. business, property on the site. a
Ever This Year Purdy trumpeter and Mr. Howard What was once a pine forest
over living conditions Keep Close Watch"Florida's lished last week and the first
F. three months will be a
Demlng. gospel soloist. only ago
present, but stated that message came through with a poaatmaster F. F Stump, looking well ordered, efficient prob- Guards
camp Begin
The
subject for
ding in residences! -par1 big 'Okie' problem Is flash from the War Departmentin Sunday night ;
slightly .after weeks of December 1st will ably the best In the country, and, ,
those without adequate clearing up around: gigantic Washington of recent promo- weary -' bet; "Strengthfor ,',
y convenlencea-Z-was "& po- sprawling Camp Blending but tions. unprecedented j-berf; :business at' the Battle" illustrated with surely the warmest '

source of danger ..."We welfare workers still fear, it The radio station Is located In the postofflce here, Issued an appeal beautiful stereopticon slides in Life In Armory '

guard against conditionsight might spread to other sections of a temporary building one hundred to the public here this weekto color, and motion pictures Booster BanquetSet

possibly lead to anc the state. The Ok lea have to go yards south of camp head do Christmas mailing not only Subjects for subsequent meetIngs For Dec. 16th.The i
somewhere" Thus wrote Bill Abbott are: Loral Detachment
of some sort. Mr. Tay- quarters. It was Installed by the
early' but EXTRA EARLY this
ted. Tampa Tribune reporter in post signal officer Capt. E. A., Monday--"Good N"ws for You!I"Tuesday"A second annual O. II. S. Awaits Orders To

Commissioner promisedwould a news dispatch from, Starke last Ryder, with equipment sent for year."Unless the public cooperateswith Worthless S..ldleor"Wednesday"Make Booster Club banquet honoring do: To Ulandlnp ":

send "two men" week. He continued: that purpose from Corps Area members of the 1940 II. II. B., .,' F
In this It will be Himte- The
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way )
inspectors) here in the Thousands of homeless, migrant Signal Office In Atlanta. Lieut., Impossible for us to handle all of World's Aflamel"Thuratlay"A football squad, will be held Mon Twenty-four young men from wi

ture to keep constant families who poured In here from Col. John B. Bennett executive the Christmas business In day night, December 16, acrrrd- Starke and vicinity Monday were f )'
on the situation. all parts of the country seeking officer has indicated he consider sent overcrowded our" Man Who Died I<< Ing to 'an announcement this week Inducted Into the armed forces .f.
pre quarters for a Book"Friday"Go
order Is to 'clean up or work have now been herded into I this addition to the post communication Mr. Stump said "We will not get by W, K. Jenkins, president of of the United States for a year 5.;

?'," Commissioner Taylor restricted areas and some have system a tremendous Into the the and Tell What? the organization. of Intensive military training The ',.,
new building before
"Everyone serving meals. been able to better their condition -,advantage, due to the rapidity of first of the year." \ 'Sunday-"Sign of the Times' A meeting will tie held ut the soldier are all former member. '

Dg In contact with room- as employment at the camp I transmission between camp and What do They Mean to You?" school house Monday night, December of the local National Guard Headquarters -

boarders In must rose to a peak of more than 21- I stations within this area. The postmaster stated that the Everyone la cordially Invited to 2, at 8 o'clock for the Detachment and are ..- .(

health card.any" way 000 men this week. The recent I Recent arrivals at the post include office here l Is now handling five attend. Bring your friends. (purpose, of completing plans 'for tinned at the armory here until <'

do I cold spell drove some 2.500 families Capt. Earl DeWitt Dickey. times Its normal volume of business Attractive Invitations are being the annual event. All members around December 11, when It Is t.) .
not want to work a I because of the
away BO. the situation hereIs Field Artillery who arrived here new people distributed. You can help in of the Booster Club, and those expected the Detachment and Its 1
P on anyone, but we must considerably improved. ,from Rlpley Miss, where he is a brought here by'Camp Blanding, this work! If your are Interested who wish to become members are commanding officer First Lieu- :
tlw safe side," Mr.; i Six I have been
Iudld. Tay- Thousands Are StrandedBut ; resident. Captain Dickey WAS : new employes added call at the office of Quigley A: urged to be present, tenant Thomas) T. Long, will be

there are still thousands ;CCC administrator and supply officer in the past few'Weeka. Theyare Davis for a supply'of theMe announce transferred to Camp Albert H.

shivering along the roadside the last six years. He ha I : Mrs. Ray Colley MM. Myra men t.. Church Blanding. to complete the train- 1 J '
Changes
Peek Theodora Young I) I a k e
assistant to the
and children whites been assigned as Ing period # '
To men, women II "
Open Jackson Mrs. Louise Cain and
and what be post exchange officer. Meeting PlaceThe active members of '
and negro- may Jack Edwards. The latter Is assisting Staggered PayrollAll The twenty )f
this section's gala will be the Major Joseph I. Laird reportedat I the former National Guard group j r rIta
problem of other sections. camp for duty November 17,. Don L. Hoover on Route of the' troops In the Thirty- congregation of The Churchof four reserves, and Lieutenant .F
,
Monday "The worst appears to be over" and has been assigned to the reception 2 First (Dixie) Division, soon to be Christ (formerly meeting In Long were mobilized Into the IT. J t I ;,

said Col. R. H. Kelley, camp com- center. Major Laird was at Camp Blanding won't receive the American Legion Hull) will S. Army by presidential orders 'r..

ation mander, "but for God's sake tell born in Arcola, La., and resides In Molpus PromotedThe their pay on the same day according hold Sunday services, beginning from the White House dated No- i

Changed from here.Thel'e Starke. He was a hotel managerIn to a plan announced by December 1, at 11 a. m., In the vember 16 The Starke company "

o North Of Town people to stay has away been enough civilian, life, before reportingfor promotion of Extension Maj. Gen. John C. Persons. commanding Woman's, Club building IH part of the Second Battalion ,;' I
never active duty. Ranger E. L Molpus, of Palatka officer of the division. Mrs E. J. Flynn, member of .:
n Road the of the 124th Infantry, all of
Thirteenfew work for all of them, and :
to assistant district forester
Captain Edward A Ryder arrived In Instead the payroll will be staggered the congregation stated that, which Is being mobilized. '! .
contractors tell me now the peakof t.
days I November 18 and was appointed west Florida with headquarters in order that a more or plans are being made to build atan The enlisted men reported for
now the lights has passed. From ;
"ter! the employment post signal officer, commanding at Munson, nan just been announced less constant stream of money early date and service will duty Monday morning at 8 0'I':I I
muslo of the be off men.
now on they'll laying I II. J.
the Signal Detachment by Malsberger, acting will be released In the vicinity of be held In the club house temporarily -' clock toss than one week's '' ,
ground will tinkle the scheduled to on
And the layoff I
Forester and
a barkers I[ Captain Ryder was born In San- State park executive Starke and other nearby towns. until the new building Is notice. Due to long standing !j ,
will shout their begin next week as the big camp transfer
and resides In Decatur Molpus' comes General Persons who In i !
completed.The
invitations, and Bradford, final probably will Antonio privatelife membership, in mont cases, the j
lakes shape of of
* first annual ;Ga. He was a telephone engineer as a result a reorganization la president of the First National public Ifl Invited to these National Guard with Its weekly .'
County Fair the situation both here '
aggravate the west Florida district and will Invitation
under In private life. Bank in Birmingham Ala., meetings. and M special drill and annual encampment v
way
Unemploymentwill
and elsewhere. Major Allan Hill Brown arrived center his activities largely inEscambia made a recent inspection tour of Is extended to the personnel of the soldiers began their new
icene of festivities has. been increase the ground sleeping 17 and will be on :: Santa Rosa and Oka. the
November Camp. Camp Blanding.
with
i iThey're of
from routine duty smoothly
the them naturallywill
B. H S. athletic tribe. Many of station complement loose Counties.
Vacant property on Road head south hoping for workIn duty with the every man issued and wearing
I Major Brown was born In Tipton, Not All Starving his uniform. The eats !",.
north of and bean fields company
the city limits.. citrus groves
and resides In Ashtabula, Gets Five Years '
Iowa, meals at
location find. Its three dally square
the fair will open which they never will
:Ohio, with his family. Major
e the Kozy Korner Lunch. The ,
and
continue throughy Fare Health Problem Presbyterian clergyman James Lee Green colored youth "
i Brown was a
have the at
men prlvidege present
'Ita night. This second phase of the prob- I before going on active duty charged with the murder of Nasby of upending the night In their
will occupy a lem had welfare agencies bothered I (Frog) Jackson, also colored on r ,
e In the event, today. The surplus commodity June 15: 1040. changed his plea own homes but less than a dozen
Reached"I
"t promln.1 : Thinks Quota are doing so, apparently preferring
attraction of section the state board of health from "not guilty" of murder in
the I 'to sever civilian habits and
f huge midway the state welfare board, the Red believe we will have our full the first degree to "guilty' of connections all at rather ,
H rides 1ft big shows Cross, Travelers' aid and other 'quota of 300 members when allot manslaughter and, was sentencedby once has
* The
than gradually. armory
people" an- Circuit Judge A, Z. Adklns
according to organisations were trying to committee chairmen turn
the and J
heating, bathing
lOCal Murray, who has charge ticipate Its difficulties as" they Iin their reports.". N D. Wainwright last Friday to five years In the complete toilet facilities, and living there ",*

being' arrangements. 'The coped 'with a social and health Jr.. chairman of the an- state prison. lo, according to several of the +
sponsored by the menace here. nual Red Cross Roll Call In this 1
at home.
"Just like living
tford men. 11
-White Post Amerlion. had the situation said yesterday "We have Buys Two Stores <,
They thought they county Those who continue to spend the ;',
in the area under con- obtained more than 15O memberships for .-t 1.
camp must
hennaing : +6 night at home report
the attractions he Ben Suslow formerly of Virginia as
trol. At least It was Improvingas right here in Starke at 6:30 o'clock morn- :! '
Tftlle-long duty : every -wt
midway" Mr. the Okle moved together on stated Anyone who desires to recently bought two store .:;
181<1. "There will be an not building (209 and 213 E. Call St.) ing.
has
and health Red Cross and
the seven approved sites, Join ,the ;' : The dally schedule hUll had ; j
cleanest amusements the enorm asked for a membership, from Congressman R. A. Green. .1.:
"M officials got under way been several alight vlrlations. but the {
today. The Mighty fee'with Mr. One of the stores is now oc-
the 21,000 the dollar .
of Inoculating leave insure
task may objective Is to
Shown ous paramount
have the reputa- at the City Hall. cupied by rh."Starke Bakery: and
typhoid. Wbmwrlght of actual
against
workmen hours
featuring at least eight : '
only wholesome, Mr. Suslow will open a military 'j'i
and never will day. The men are :
"sifted haven't yet training every
outdoor amuse- They supply store I la the other one
.r young and old. Several be able to Inoculate the Okies Alien Registration around the first of next month Just to prove that all the "Okies" around Camp Blandlngaren't generally on leave in the evenIngs :
'
Pean riding devices will but they have given them surplus living In Bradford starving to death the Telegraph presents thin picture of If they so desire, and at the ;
A few hy- Aliens there are reading rooms, :
here that have never commodities. are warned that December Large lien KgK Mr and Mrs Clifford Drake enjoying a substantial If plain. armory
Installed In the County radios basketball and other ,
been
before
in this part of drants have and the 26 is the deadline for registering Sunday dinner In their out-of-doors kitchen. The Drakes came the '
i area forms of recreation to occupy
e *UI flatwoods sleeping knocked together .a with the United States Govern- Mrs. J. '''T. Kirkland Sr., here from Ben Harbor, Michigan, but "home" Is where they men until tap. f:
be has
high class sen- WPA Failure to register carries brought an unusually large White from Maine to Florida. '''
"follow
free outhouses. ment. pitch their tent They the Crops" The company will not officially ,
acts on the fair number of six months Leghorn hen egg to the Telegraph "
of fl.OOO.
each situation Is much better a penalty They were a "mite uncomfortable" during that freak November observe November 28 as Thonks- ;,
afternoon The four
and night or both. Registration office last week. It weighed
,1a1 events will be held than a week ago welfare work- Imprisonment takes place at the postofflce. ounces. freeze but since then everything has been "just swell" they say. (Continued on page eight) ;
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'' ;i' TWO BRADFORD COUNT TEUEGRA!: STARKK. n..onmA FRIUAV AR'Flfg

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said defendant.It I required to In paid cause. on 6th., day of AUlI"u..tL D. 1928hare and or lexH In embraced. under Certificate wtlflom. l", ,
(Crews and Mrs! J. E. Town\d. appear filed. same. In my office No. 163.NU of x "
HAMPTON In. further. ordered that thin December 161.h, 1940 Bradford 1:1. K I awp
application for taxdeed of Nti\! of NWU Sec 6 Twp. ,, "aol.|
her I made
who to have
fly bliss. Ada NlnunoC The honoree prior order be publlnhrd once a week I County Telegraph. I- designated a. I to l>" issued thereon.Said 7 S. R. 23 E., 48 Acres. more or Unlexk ,aa,
IW4 recent marriage was Mitts Erne i for four consecutive weekIn the beepublished oncskatweekorder. less In .embraced. under Certlfi- redeemed .i. dlllflyto, ,
Ishalt respectlvebrace 1Y em '
certificates
'c Bradford County Telegraph a I cat.--No. 40S.NWH rtiP
tt 9l B. Bryant of Fort Myers tine Whidden received many newspaper published. In said County 1 four consecutive weekx prior to the following described properties I soldPe 1. II"i iCourthotun' ", h
his L. L. Beden- lovely gifts from her guest. and State. said leturn date. Witness my In the. County of Bradford. of NWW S.o, 4Twp.TS. hili he., pin'J .
ls with nephew .
I hnnd and official. neal at Starke, State of Florida to-wit: R. 22 ":., 40 Acre, more or less In day In .,,.
,; I baugh, this :week.. He l III one of Birthday Party ( Thin November SEAL, )26th.A.Clerk J.1940OFFICIAL Thomas Florida thin ISth day of November. I All Lots 6. 8, 7. 8 or Fracl S* embraced. under Certificate No. which I.th,:Ih.MI""h tl the 1.
at Camp 140. S of Hy.. See. 38 Twp 8 South H. 290. tit Epp
force
the carpenter Circuit Court uj
Ny of .
Miss Lora Crews daughter assessment of
222 Acres. more The the said I 19H't..d
Clerk.O. A. J. Thoman.An ,2t K, containing prop ;
!By J. It. Kelly, Deputy (OFFICIAL SBALi ibh
niandlnff. her Mr. and Mrs! G. E. Crews was A. Stephen' Jackxonvllle, Fla.Solicitor Clerk of Circuit Court. or I"..... In embraced. under CertlflCttft I erty 1S2. 163 under and 405 said were certificate In the No. bar A..n torn' da) n
Blrt Is visiting 162. name
Mrs. W. P No (
for I'umllt'nantlI.n 11-15 6t 12-13 Jo'FJ'JAL KMAI
Nii Sec.. 1 of W. M. Edwards; the : ,,
Ira Brown, at honored on her fourteenth birthday 4t 12-20 \ of of Fracl NE"4 annenMme.it Clerk. bf I.
daughter, Mrs. Twp. 7 S. It. 21 E.. 29 Acres, more of the said property under nald I 'ford 'Irl'ult "J

Gainesville this week, I by a party given by her iv nnn? rorHT. EIGII'I'Vi: Iv TIIH CIRCIIT; COIBTKOIl IY' "D i I County Floridtrbtl. ly

Si-f-"" Miss Miriam Guy. from the mother last Saturday night. jri>Kltb (CIH1'IT BH%I KOHICOIVTY. > MUAUKOHIt C O ['N T Y.I .

? 'iJUlHi Women- In Tallahassee : HTTK: OK FLOKIL I .
'ti/t "' College The guestk' played games out I IV t'H.'VCKRV FI.ORIItA.AN' f MA%;<'KHV:
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visited her parents the Rev. and I on the lawn at the side of the i DONALD W. POOL, Wilbur Oanktnx, Plaintiff,
Mrg j, T. Guy, last week. Complainant:: -VA. fO' :
house and then went Inside where Onxklnn, Defendant ) ; :
I RuMio.' Croley. and L. A. Mort, -Va To"DELUA MAE 4JA8KINS. er..ldellt'e
; R "wink" and other parlor games MARY ZENA POOL
all of New York have rented the Defendant.ORDUIl In unknown.
were enjoyed. PUBLICATION It In hereby. ordered that youappear
; OF
the !
''fir Byerly home, and will spend 16 11I40.I to a
December
on
After the presents had been THK HTATB OF FLOKID
winter here. TO: Mary Zena Pool. Walterbor, Bill of Complaint filed against you
Williams and family of opened the guests were served refreshments Mouth Carolina.It In the above .entitled Court and
Ben .
consisting of hot cocoa I In hereby. .. ordered that appear cause, and It In further orderedthat La
Valdosta, Ga. have apartments on January 6th lou to a thin order be published onceeach
.
In the dwelling which belongs to and cookies. About 25 guests I. Bill of Complaint filed against you week for four connecutljeweekn Count !!
Tt and will attended this delightful affair. In the above entitled cause, andIt In the Bradford
Mrs. Minnie Marclonny Telegraph a newspaper pubu..ltedIWadford
In further ordered that thin orderbe | ;
upend the winter here. Friends of Mrs.! J. H. Dudley published once each week forfour 'in County. Florida.Wltnexn .
will regret to learn of the deathof (4) consecutive weeks In theUra.tror my hand .and weal at. __
Florida.thlx
Starke Bradford County "
d County Telegraph anewxpaper
her father at his home in
SUNNY BROOK FARM published In Bradford November 16th. 1940
Thomas,
Marianna. County Florida. OFFICIAL HI3AL) A..J.
fly 111Mrsula Crosby Mr. and Mrs. Rosa Hunsuckleof 'WITNKSH my hand and official 'Clerk, Circuit Court, Bradford
y ( Florida.E. .
Heal at Htarke In Bradford County, County
( Palatka were visiting Mrs. J. K. Perryman
22nd .
thin
Florida, day of November.
7 'i Mrs. Inez Kelly and I little l l E. Townsend last Friday evening. A. D 1940.OFFICIAL Attorney for Plalntlf 11.16 4t 12-6

granddaughter B I o I Is e Dobbs, ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Mrs. J. A. Bovler was shop I Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford .
have returned home after spendIng ping In Jacksonville Monday. County Florida 11-29 4t 12-20 IV TIIH CIIKIIT rolKT IV ADFO ;
several days In Tampa with H Hit%'>FOn'' 000N'1'Y.

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a F' Mr and Mrs. N. N. Norton of Tampa-University of Tampa ( FOIL 'I'4 Hill[ %DEIIISenate .>:. 1<(3) Clark I+-Vn't Jordan, Plaintiff,

+ Tampa spent the weekend with science students are planning NOTICI2 IH HEREBY!; OIVKN Irven E.>B rnard, Defendant,
That DopHle UrlfflH. holder of TaxCertificate
K! BERNARD whose
Mr. and Mrs. W C. Ward. To: 1KVBN
a convert Florida's natural resources No. 123. issued the 4th residence'' In unknown. '
_.f t. Mr and. Mrs. Jack Smith spent Into Implements of war. They clay of July A. D. 1927. has filed It In hereby ordered. that you appear ste
name In my office and nan male II, 1940 to a
the weekend In Lake Butler with hope to make gun powder from application for a tax deed to l>e itll of on Complaint December filed against you

relatives. I Australian pine trees, gas mask issued. thereon. I' In the above .entitled Court andlaunv
Mr. and Mrs Claude Moore charcoal from cabbage palms and Said certificate embraces the following and It In. further ordered.
dencrllied property In the once
that thin order be published
and children and Mrs. Sallie Tl- tracer bullets and smoke screens County of Bradford. Slate of FlorIda each week for four consecutive

of Tampa spent part of last to-wlt: weeks. In the Bradford County
son from the sands of Florida's. world.
Lots 19. 20. 2D, 29, 30 In Wood. published
week with Mr. and Mrs. VV. R. famous beaches. Chemistry. classes lawn ".cllon 10 Twp. I 5 H. U. 22 Telegraph In Bradford a County newspaper Florida.

Hulslop. already are busy with experiments I.K.... .containing 60 Acres, more or Witness my hand and seal at
Florida. ,
Mrs. Jim Armon and son and which would make tan lie The assessment. of the said property Starke this'. November, Bradford, 9th.County 1040.

Mrs. Laura Moseley of Lake But. acid used In the treatment of under the nald certificate OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thomas

ler were dinner guests of Mr. and burns, from the small bushy; Issued tlavern.. wan In the name of Carl R. Clerk, Circuit Florida. Court, BradrordC'ountYi J

_ Mrs Alton Dobbs Sunday. Florida mangrove trees that growon Union nald certificate shall be 'erry"n.Attorney y sY xe.r
Joe Brown of High Springs was redeemed : :r"ih"t" law theproperly for plaintiff 11-8 4t 11-29
the edges of salt water. Now d will be tUTIC'R

visiting relatives here recently.Mr. most of the United States' supply sold to the highest bidder. at the Notice In hereby given. to all

and Mrs. Baton: Brown of of tannic acid comes from the court house door on the first Mon. I whom It may concern that. I have
_ day In the month of January filed and receipts and
Sampson City were guests of Mrs. Dutch East Indies but If the stu 1941 which I I. the 6th, day at. will on my the report 10th day of December.

Arle Brown Sunday. January 1941. 1940 apply to the. County Judgeof
dent's efforts are successful the Dated thin 19th day of Novem l
Bradford for Dlxchargean
Betty and Davis Crosby of I country wilt get an abundance of her, 1940.OFFICIAL. Admlnlxtralrlx County of Estate of

New River were visiting the bed. this acid from Florida. I Clerk( : of Circuit LJourt'of' dTo ':, uric C.' Helberger, deceaxed.Emma .
; M Helberger,
Hide of their grandmother, Mrs.W. !. County Florida 11-22 4t 11.13OTH'F1 one of the, Adm'rs of Bald. estate

R. Halslop Wednesday night. f
iv rmrriT COI-HT. F.HJIITII.IIIIHItl TO URFKVIlt'VTIV 11-8 4t 11-29
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Massaroof (riUllir. 11411)1.11111l'O1
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tOIIIT OFKKiliril 1'ln
Tampa were weekend guestsof N'I'Y. NTVm OF KI.OIIII.lt. JID11'rci. t'.IIC''I'r IVAMI -

Mrs Inca Kelly and Mr. and l\ C.II.\>t'KHVMAR FOIL lilt,tl>KUKI> ('Ol'N'I'W-, :NOTICK OF .,'-P'.Ie' ''''10''';
: JOLLY PINKHAM,
Mrs. Alton Dobbs. KI.OKIDtIN FOIt CHtlrTRItTO
.Complainant. Cll4YCEIIYANNA WHOM IT MAY CONCKIIN: !
Fred Hal.slop made a business vs.CIIAItLES. BRI.L.M: HILL, You will please take notice that
trip to Gainesville Monday. : KMtRFlT. I'INKHAlf.nefenl..nt. Plaintiff. at 10 o'clock. A. AI. on December.
-Vs.LONNIE. 14th, A. D. 1'JIO, or an noon thereafter
Mrs. Inez Kelly and son. Donald It appearing\:: by affidavit appended KLBEFtT HILL, an cnn be heard, applicationwill
bill field In the shove.atptPd .
to the
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Defendant.IN
were shopping In Jacksonville -' that Charles KlhertPlnlcham be made by the undersigned" to -
snow THK NAMi: OF THR STATE the Judge of the Circuit Court of __'
Friday. ., the defendant thereinnamed OF lo'r.nHI IDA7f35'LrTINf It I Florida. 8th Judicial Circuit In and : 25iunww.n
Randolph Crosby and Kenneth a non-rexldent of the Htateof TO: Lonnie Klbert Hill whoseresidence for Biadford County Florida In .. -
,"Florida and In. a resident of
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I. unknown.You chambers at the. Bradford County
Stokes of Jacksonville were visit I'nknown In over. the ai It... oftwentyone _
,1 It In therefore. are hereby required to appear Courthouse at 8tarke. Florida fur 'bt
ing Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby ordered that yearx.mild; non-rexldent defendant to the bill of complaint flied a decree Incorporating a certain rr n
herein nualnxt you on or beforeWednesday Corporation, Profit, to be
and and he Is hereby : ,
'family Wednesday. be required December. 19th A. D. known as dOd.r Strawberry .w
,Shorty Connell of this section to appear to the bill of 1940.It Festival and Exposition
complaint filed In said cause In. further ordered. that thinorder Association, Inc. The objectn and
was attending to business In on or before Monday the 6th., day be published In the Bradford purposes being. to hold Faire, Kxpoxltlonn : Ice-cold Coca-Cola with lunch is
of A. 1>, 141. otherwise\
January .
Jacksonville this week-end. County Telegraph *a newspaper of Festivals and Exhibitions
Luke Butler the allegatlnnn of Raid bill will bataken general circulation published In and place. for the display of stock,
of
Mills Kelly was confessed by laid' de '
ax Hnadford County. Florida, onceeach goods, wares. merchandise, fruits,
visiting relatives here Saturday.Mr. fendant.It Ix further. ordered that thin week for four consecutive vegetables. dairy products, manufactured a taste-surprise. Full of life and spar- ( .
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weekn.Wltnexn
and Mrs Warren Kelly goods, live stock poultry
older be week
published once a
my hand and officialReal and farm machinery. etc.
and children Vancllle and Shirley for four consecutive week In the thin 20th day of November. A. Bradford County Strawberry Festival kle and with '
tingling Coca-Cola
Diadford County Telegraph aItw''I.r taste
D 1940. .
of Pine Level were visiting Mr.Kelly's published In unlit. County and,' .Exposition Association ,
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Inc.
brother-in-law and sister and tale. Clerk Circuit Court. 11-22 4t 12.13 By T Frank Landrum President.. /

Mr. and Mrs.! C. S. Crosby Saturday (OFFICIAL Thin November HEAL' )26th A., J.1940 ThomasClei 11-22 4t 12.13.NO'rl'E and food are a natural combination. Iqa

night. 'k Circuit Court. OIII>Klt OK BI.U'ATIO-V
_ f J H lIarrl"onl Jacksonville Fla. NOTIflO TO APPKtH OF APPI.IC\TIO\' ,
Solicitor for (Complainant The State of Florida to Juanita FOR Tt\ IIF.KII: For home use Coca-Cola in the
HIGHLAND 11-29 4t 12-20 whlttlnwton Johnson adJ reap unknown (Scent Illll :Iif.. 111:1): get
: NOTICE IS: HKHF2RY: 4IIVEN.
By Muss llrth Whiiberly You are notified that bill of That W. A. Edward and J. M.
iiiut rr roi-HT." I'a0IIT11JI114'111. : j complaint for divorce and due affidavit Edwards, holders of Tax Certlfleaten handy six-bottle carton. _
4 UK I'M'. III! \III'OIIIOIVrt. > for this .
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene "T,.TM OK FI.OIIIItA filed In Circuit Court order of han Bradford been Issued Numbered the 3rd.. day respectively of August. 152 A.

Austin will regret to learn of the IV Cllt\fKHV County. Florida. In cane wherein l>. 1931: No. 163 Issued the 3rd BOTTLED UNDER
DOROTHY CAKPKNTKIl, AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA CO. BY
death of their Infant son, Alvin Andrew Johnxon Jr., la plaintiffand day of August A. 1>. IS3I: No. 405
.Complainant Juanita WhittliiKton Johnson issued the 3rd.. day of August A. STARE_ COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
Eugene, age nine months Wed. Ys.MALCOI.M CAHPKNTEIlDefendant IM defendant and you are hereby D Hill I I and No. 290 Issued the

nesday. November 20th., other ...... ,,,,, .. ,... .. ... .. ..
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relatives were Ruby Austin sister It appeal' 'Inir by affidavit appended a3 wm3f 0'F' %y'ks3 ,aae4
bill filed In the
{ ; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Austinof ahove-utated to the cause that Malcolm Vv& yJnf *fJX

Luwtey, grandparents; and Mr. Carpenter, the defendant therein l R iAY THA!
named" a non-reHldent. of the Htate
of
and Mrs. G. N. Norman Highland -
of Florida, and H resident of Old
grandparents. Intermenttook Bridge, New Jersey. I I" over the

place at Long Branch cemetery awe of twenty-one ordered that yearn said: It non-Intherefore EkFM1fJWA I

Thursday, morning at ll-o'- resident defendant l>.. and he la
clock with hereby required, to appear to the
Rev. M. T. Knight of _
bill of complaint filed In mild cause __ _
Maxvllle. in charge of services. on or before Monday the. 6th. day. '

Mrs. W. M. Wimberly and Miss of the. January allegations, A. of D.said,1941.bill otherwise will betaken : :/ II iI{ NN ; :

Freddy Wimberly of S t a rk e .an. confessed.. by said de
visited relatives here Wednesday fendant.It l-;* **1*

Mrs. Leta Wimberly of :Jacksonville In, further ordered. that thin ,. a 'set 4,
order he published once a week A
visited Mrs. H. C. Wlm for four consecutive weeks In the :.1N,6a. 1 *

berly and family Wednesday and I llradford published County Telegraph In Maid Cuunty anewspaper ,r < "* $ X1

"Thursday.! and Utate. r

Miss Jean Brtnnon of Baldwin Thin( November 26th. 1940
<(OFFICIAL< HEAL! ) A..J. Thomas
visited relatives here Friday I'lerk Circuit Court.

L. D. Vlnlng/ of Slarke was a J. S. llairlHon Jacksonville Fla.Solicitor .

business visitor here Saturday ll-ai 4t for 12-21)Complainant massiv axlde5t

Mrs. H. VWmberly and Car- .- 1,
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lIOn M. Griff were visitors\ to IV <'UK'I IT 401' It T. KHillTIIJIIIHIU : 11 band rise a 1oses ;b''
CIIKIII'. IlllI>"FOIIIcoi > \ J th Fold s
Jacksonville 1
it
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Thursday ..'I'1. MT\TH OK PI.OMIUI. 111' 4 atbese0m
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Groover I" clltililtl: makes Sts
JOHN It THOMAS f'. r' is38ye cifwtdtb'
wf clay.Lawtey were In Highland Fri .v"ComplainantHMMA Ie SStJechat :: .. jea


Mrs. Nelson T. Green was a THOMAS f. ., ,,.:,-: t se ate
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i Defendant.It cats eD
visitor here Sunday I appearlnir by affidavit appended of site.A '" '>t>iad' Snches m awi,do ''etof o

Miss Maggie Crews was In to the bill filed In the
.above-Ntuted. cause that Kmma at's0 ke ptce side" tg ,li0c ;
Starke Friday, Thomas, the defendant therein t e4dfeli

L. J. Norman and F. M. Crews named, a nun-renldent of the tttitte etb
of Florida, and a reeldent of Kultlmore so4mteYehbbys eertng
made a business trip to Starke Maryland la over the age
,
Saturday. of twenty-one yearn. : It In therefore "tabo sptins i neic"a
Mrs. H. C, Is ordered, that' Bald bon.resldentdefendant bf0o fa m
Wimberly spending be and she la' hereby eaod ii'M! ;

this week with her daughter required\ to appear to the bill ofemnpluint A es ta
:Mrs. N. T. Green at Starke. filed In Maid cause on orbefore is 18411
Monday. the 6th, day. nf VMX *WLtitve
Miss IJelle Nettles! and Cor- January' A. D. otherwise' theallegations
.II':
belt Nettles were visitors here of bill.: will betaken
an confessed. by said defendant
Saturday.Our .

road men are promising to It In further ordered. that thin
order be published once a week.
have our highway open for trafficIn for Four consecutive weekn In the.

another week If this nice warm Bradford County: Telegraph a
weather holds. newspaper published In paid. County
on. They have been and Mtate.

delayed by the cold weather and Thin November 28th., 1940OFFICIAL. ,

foggy damp mornings. Clerk( Circuit. HHAL.Court A. J. Thomas I

Mr. and Mrs. Moss Fanningwre By J. It. Kelly Deputy Clerk.

In Starke Monday. O. A. Stephen, Jacknonvllle "'I....
Solicitor for Complainant.
J. F. Grlffls made a business 11-29 41 1210IN

trip. to Lawtey Monday. isld ii

Edward Marr' of Jacksonville\ rillMIT r 0"' R T. KIOHTII : hks, alVing

visited Sunday. his brother, Joe Marr. JIIIUI\I:TY. STATE(HINCKK'IHC" IT.OK BR'U"'OHIIC'OI KLOHIU1.IX use as c beauty pan arJ still 1 1 1q.q

HARRIET It. WARD 1th got, .,
Complainant Botch

FLA. STATE FARMBy -ve.WILl.IA&. [ c. WARD. eastet
Miss Mary Townsend Defendant. e
It appearing by affidavit -- .
ap
c
MisreJlamoiM Shower pended. to the bill filed In t h.aboy..t.ted Stll".5ui c -
cause that William -' a 04
Mrs. Jim Zachartas of Lake C. Ward, the defendant Ch..r.lnnan..d .
Butler a non-realdent of the date .Vle
was recently honored with
of Florida, and a resident of Duke J. W.
t a miscellaneous shower given at Inn, Elisabeth City North Carolina tE > ANDREWS JR.

the home of her mother, Mr. L. In over the an* of twenty-one. DRt
years It In therefore ordered. that ,
Whldden. said non-renldent defendant be anti gt

After many entertaining games he In hereby required to appear yew Starke
and contents the to the bill of complaint. filed In t FloridaPAOE i
t guests were said cause on or before Monday, .
served delicious refreshment TheY the Sib day of January A. D. 1941 _
contests winners were Mrs. G. E. otherwise the alle.atlan> of salt
bill will be taken. an contended. by,
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29, 1MO BRADFORD COUNTY TBLEGRAm. STARK' FLORIDA PAGE THREB
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ARCHITECTS DRAWING OF NEW PARK THEATRE FOR STARKE rlsh. this week, ,,f ,
Menshew of
Journal The Rev W. T. to
High
adsr ford Lake Butler filled his regular jr,

appointment at the Christian .
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'.,' ',.. '. ,. .,, ',',"' .. h.. .' ,.". ,"" Church Sunday and Sunday night. i
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NUMBER SIXTEEN .,, ;:"
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\ T. H. Hill and family visited
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y 'Jo k. ; .' ( ; y .j'1 I
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)). 1f! St. Augustine Sunday.

JOl'RS.\L STAFF handle'* and get angry. Yes ..:," '-.' ," ;. Mr. and Mrs Doc Warren '
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So ."
requires self-control ,
.. Jack Halle courage have moved to Sampson. t
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n.cblef; Green Without self-control one's other .,:''''I"' -. ;11
Betty Mrs. Alice Ronlrlgnol of Jacksonville -
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E41lor Opal Peele motives, manners, and morals are ; ,,:;.;, 'iJit i Is spending! Thanksgiving J'r
useless. ', ', ,-
rtS Buddy Davis ; ,. week with Mr. and Mr*. J, rMr '
rll ,' Sadie Prince If you possess! courage, you rise ; L. Wynn. .' ,
olnll over the obstacles which loom In .
Grace Green ,, and Mrs. Reddish And-
9 I peep your pathway, or you earnestly
: Futch
Mack < of New River In
rews were Sampson -
ycoat endeavor to do so. One philosophy :
., Melba Moody City on business Sunday
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of life Is: If at first you .
11 ub Lillian Barnes don't succeed, try, try again"Some ... evening. Ii'
Iris Crews : Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brown '
118 people add: -and try a
__ Marie D. and I Lw I were visitors to Hawthorne Sun '
e third time, too. Certainly tryingIs t
afternoon.
day
Ferrol of .the ,
Jane.Louis part courageous
per ; .
Jordan I Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown were a
son's life. Otherwise he could ,
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: Edgar Wilkinson ; shopping In Starke''Saturday.
not be .
courageous. He has the I
I : : Mrs. Mtra Goodge of Maxvlll
Reporter
Special : desire to get ahead and the )I
Jeanette Parker I > : was visiting here Tuesday
stnd, ability to try. ." ",
-Marjorie Thompson. ,, "It ." .
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Editorial
liy 1\11'11. Z. Z. Griffin
A Poor ExcuseBy i In

1'so ADV1CK I ,, : Miss Gladys Lee of Bethel was

r ,.. .. :.; ,
I .-tt.:; -- visiting her aunt, Mrs Katie
Rhodes was
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Ralph'
pat of our :Marge ChrysteI Grlffis, Friday evening. 4'
He was one had written a Thanksgivingpoem
ut .
Mrs Ciillle Galney visited her
fun loving, at-
heroes, I
I I We thought I mother, Mrs\ G. W. Hurreli of
and popular. Which you might chance to call
Lake last week-end.
L him then and realized great. City, ,

student he wasLr Mrs. Melba Kelsey of Ovledo \,
valuable But I misplaced It somewhere I ,
And It Is late Is visiting her parents Mr. and, ,
anyway now, ; '
Fort Mrs. John Prevail. .
) he Is attending So I made up my mind() not to'I
L, one of the prep try again. ; I Mrs Eugene Prevail and son,

for West Point, near At- And give the other fellow a : u Krle, spent the week-end with
I I their daughter and sister, Mrs., L.
chance at his
pen.
L visited us during his II I 1.. ,. O. Tyre of Flora home.

filing J vacation and very That's my lost genius wandering f r H.li .T\J.U..T t., Mrs. Maggie Green and Sharon

timiented to talk to the around I 97 aMsa .. lt ew .N ;_.. Green were visiting Mrs. Kenny ,
If chance to hear Sl .n".i" -::" -- '- '_.---.!"- Griff and Wanda Griff Sun- .
plass. It was a splendid you a sighon I -t', 4f4' ,, .'-"'- -- .
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II 1 of good sound advice. the air; I >> day. .,
know now how So pay no attention to what it Joe Griffis of Clay County was .+}
t of us make college work I may say, ; Construction on the new Park of Lakeland, well-known business Ing will be completely and alemall to feature the best In first visiting Z. Z. Grlffls Sunday.

,u can don't prepare yourselfhigh I, And forget that you heard It'' Theatre in Starke has' begun on men and theatre operators Inquately ventilated In summer and run pictures" Mr. Carnawlon suya, Joe Griffis of Clay County, and
contracted for
Florida for many years Thehcated In winter. It was de- "We have already Joe Griffls Jr. of thla sectionweie
there ,
school. I I ; of Freeman
the lot just north selected now In production '
Park will be modern In everyslgned by O. C. R. Stageburg. pictures n
Abject such as literature With my excuse to you a hope I visiting In Gainesville Sunday
'I I Register's garage on South Will respect with the latest projectlonllr. CarnaMon states that noth- and will offe'r up-to-date r'
send evening.
most of us as Just ;
ht' by nut Street The new business. will equipment, R, C. A.. sound ending will be spared to provide film entertainment aa soon as the Mrs.
but In most colleges You had a Thanksgiving dinner \ Ralph Galney war visiting
he, they stress lit.I I'euitles I with eats no end. be operated by W. N. Carnaslon seats will be upholstered( In thesafety and comfort for the pat- building Is completed" around the Mra E. F:. Lee of Bethel Thurs- '
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just about as much as I of Frostproof find Sam K Stratoa newest type material. The bulld-rona "Arrangements have been first of the year, jay

,r required subject. I What Kind Of Music C. A. Griffin made a business
in RISINGHy I Mrs. R. A. Jordon of Jacksonville I trip to Jacksonville Thursday
student high
.laYA! the I Americans Have Very Much More
with Mr and
iaa these things to think Do You Like? Mr. II. II. Lewi spent Thanksgiving night i
seniors and most Juniors To Be Thankful For Than In The Past Mrs. T W, Murkey. Miss Margaret Morrell and .

have had time to decide I There are many types of musicIn Mrs. David Paulk and childrenof Mrs. DOM Hlnton of Jasper Thelma Pievatt of Jacksonville \

bfesslon or trade. They this world! Theie, is soft I Mr. and .frll. "Average American .(I employed than a year ago because Jacksonville are visiting hit spent the week-end with her visited Mire W. E. Green, recently.VANDERBILT .

ake all the subjects which slow, loud, and swing music. I Citizen" can celebrate people are working more parents Mr. and Mrs. "'alterUndl'hill. daughter, Mrs Carl Green.

ill would be of help when have asked about twenty-six peo- (Thanksgiving day this year with I hours per week at present and !, Mr. and Mrs T. W. Murkey

their education higher. ple which type of music they. pre- the knowledge that their persona. because of the time-and-a-half Bishop Thomas was a business and :Mrs Mary Green were InGainesville Hy lilies Velmu Norman 4

all else, if you are plan- ferred. I financial conditions Is the best In overtime provisions of the wage. visitor to Gainesville Monday Monday afternoon.
I find that the most loved mimic hour act. The United Press survey Levy Norman and Collie Man- 4
attend some college or a decade.In Mrs Tom Corbitt of Fort Mrs.- M. F. Wiggins of New
I Is of medium class. Among disclosed that there has beenno ning made a business trip to ;
ij, make the very most I a survey of the economic Myers Is vislting.her brotherinlaw River' spent Monday afternoon 1
| school and you'll find I those choosing this type of music changes which have occurred due general Increase In 40-hour- and sister, Mr and :Mrs. E visiting friends and relatives here. Gainesville Thursday night.

'the long run that these I were Shirley, Morgan, Velma Nor-: ing the pant year, the United week wages or salailes this year C. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs Eugene Ellis and 4,/i;;
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green '
Firestone Fred- but that some wage raises have Marlon of "
like literature man, Virginia citizens son, Worthington
things II erick \Vater on, Selma Thornton, Press found that Americana been won by various unions and Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Lewis children, Mrs John Cone, Clyde Springs were guests of Mrs. JollIs'paNnt" 4'r'
be for
out to joke. thankful
pra a have more to be with Mr. and Mrs, Lt'e.
-Jack Halle. Mary Lee Johnson Hazel Brown, immediate that pay scales have been liftedin spent Monday and Ida Cone spent Sundayat Mr and Mr, F, M. Nor
this year on the purely Woodrow Thomas of LaCrosse t
Rob- Industrial centers where I Lawtey with their grand
Fannie Sllcox No via Sapp some man Friday, (
time
financial phnse than at any Is of skilled\ la The many friends of Mrs Hob mother, Mrs. Reddish, who wascelebrating d
On ert Ward, and Maxine Dykes. there a shortage We are sorry to report L. L.
Trying
since the 1929 boom collapsed HaUlop regret to learn of her Illness her 92nd birthday anniversary -
I Majority rules, therefore I guess bon Reports from some Recllons'l, Renfioe on the nick list thla week.
Bet courage to fight the this must be the more popular Thumbnail SkethA such as Cleveland, 'feyealed I and wish for her a speedy Mr and Mrs. Allen Howard

rf life: The weak-kneed I type of music. "thumbnail sketch" of the skilled mechanics there are being I recovery.Mr. Mis. I.V.. PlnholHter. bliss and family of Fairbanks spent

Btl.i fainting person never I find next that soft music IK findings: show that the American. "lured" away to other centers by I and Mrs.. J. T. Patton and Ltiuodla PlnholsttM', and Mrs. Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. J.

because his hand-i-capa I preferred. E. L. Griffis Virginia working man today can be thankful higher wages! or salaries being of daughter Mrs. Miry Alderman Douglas While were In Jackson H Manning. j:

| rlmental to him Ills!' Firestone. Mary Lee Johnson for: fered by firms which have bookedgovernment of Orlando spent the \veek-end i ville chopping Monday.Mr. j Mr and Mrs. Pete Yarbrough ''I;,"

nderneath which is his Fannie Silcox Ralph Nettles 1. Tho fact that the nation's defense orders. That In this unction renewing old and Mrs Hdd Uiilney of of Jtalford spent Sunday, with r3 r3I .'

<*8 not function strongly Odell Jones. Marie Dyal, Novii I vast Industrial; machine now le practice -. creation of a work I friendships a.. they lived here IS Plant City were visiting ,leliillveahete Mr, and Mis Lon le Norman. '
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ghtly enough to guide his Sapp and Robert Ward were 'operating at levels well above th man's market naturally has a I' yearn ago.J Mr. Patton this recently.The I Mr. and Mrs H, L. Norman .' .

which is the "doer" Ine among those preferring this typeof peaks set in 1929. Early (Ihlll tendency to firm wage end pay month returned from his railroad Rev. and I Mrs. C, A. War and family and Collie and Cecil t .

right thing. He de- music. I like this type too week the federal reserve, board re scales and forms a backgroundfor work rt'1of Hampton were dinner Manning were visitors to Camp

the other person to fight when It Is suitable for the oc- ported that Its adjusted production general payroll rnlsea I Mr. and Mrs. W. C, Conner guests of Mrs Florence Varnadoe Illanillng, Sunday afternoon. ,

'el and Is always ready casion. You understand. Index In October had reached Enjoy Benefits I were business visitors to Jacknonvllle lull! Wednesday evening. Eugene; and Clifford Ulooda- f f+

and cry on the nearest The types of music holding 128 percent of the 1935-39 base ol 4. The fact that thus far the Monday. Mr and Mrs. Aitford Brown I worth, of Ralford were guests of ':, '

lur'l shoulder when third place are fast and slow. In 100. That was the highest for cost of living has shown little Bob Thomas and children, Jes iirvl son of Sampson City and Mr their grandparents, Mr and Mm. 1,?.

-lis the least bit wrong. my study I find that these types any month on record* comparingwith upward trend allowing the work. ale and Rebecca of LaCrosse and Mrs Sanford\ Hitch and son F. M. Norman, Sunday. \., .

f, of person is of no use have the same number of fans. the previous monthly peakof man to actually enjoy the benefits -,visited Mr. and Mrs Ul hop of Ralford were gucsla of their I Mr and Mire Runnel) Norman I

\\t or the world In which The type of music holding 126 set In the closing monthof of additional Income. The Thomas Sunday afternoon | parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. ''of Vanderbilt were visiting relatives -

fourth place is swing I, myself, 1939, with 121 In October last conference board reported recentlythat ., iii", J. W. DrlggeiB recently Brown, Thanksgiving In Jacksonville Friday l

:he world, need strong, prefer this to any other kind of year, with 53 .at the bottom of Its index o f living coats visited relative. In (julnesvlllu.BROOKER L. A Mott of High Springs night,

UI people. When one Is music.. There Is something aboutIt the depression in July 1932, and stood at 815 percent of the 1923 I wan visiting relatives here Mon- | A number of the young folks "

ed, his heart I* takenhen that fascinates me deeply. with a top of 111 In .the monthsof average of 100 due.(ng October day. from, Vanderbilt attended the Ball I

one Is encouraged his The last type of music is loud June July and August in the compared wIth) $38 a year earlier, I Mrs. 1C., Parker spent Monday game In, Starke Friday night I I1I.1.IUE : '
[given back t. him. Conf Very few people prefer 1 loud so-called boom year 1929. Private with an average'*0f 74"1)s) In the In Gainesville with her daughter ,y

when he Is in courageor -- music. I personally dislike It as business Indexes support these depression 'year'1933 RhU' with Hy Mr. L. I. Parker Mrs G. II. Parker \\ IN KLOKIDA

of a heart-he does It grates on my nerves. But It findings and It Is now estimated 100.1 for 1029. The board also Miami, Wendell L. Wlllkle, ,

rageous thing. If he would be some world If every that production for this year will revealed that the\ purchasing Mewing Sewing Club Club 11w't.The met* at the SAMPSON CITY defeated Republican, presidential );
a mistake he things. It's reach an average of 120 com the earner's dollar candidate .
tries to one liked the same value of wage E. Jones and Mrs. Wlllkle arrived ;
of home of Mrs. L. A Brown Tuesday Hy Mrs H.
It. If he receives the nice to be different, don't you pared with the previous peak during October was at 117 percent I In Florida last week and

"r something he has not think? 1 know it. 113 set In 1937, with 58 In the of the 1923 bane of 100 compared be afternoon.were Only H because few mem-of Mr .and Mrs Curtis Varnea:plan to spend two weeks at }lobe' ::

does not "fly off the Pat Loudon. depie"slon-low year 1932 and with with 117.2 percent a year rlckiiemt m The present next meeting will 'announce 1 the arrival of a 7 pound :Sound resting and vial I ting "

110 In 1929. Economists generally earlier and with 98 8 In October, 'I girl They are living lit presentIn 'friend Since the election Will-
be at the home of Mr. .
Football Of Tornado Season agree that unless the war 1929. At the name time the Hazen. George Piilatku.Mm kle hall been spending most of his j

abroad terminates In such! man (bureau of agiicultural economics I Etta ,Fee Warren, Uettle [ time In New York conferring with
|n In Game With Palatka ner as to obviate the need for Issued a statement asserting that After the business! meeting the Dyal and Bettle Vatnes of Pa- party leaders. Four years, ago ,

American rearming the business because of difference In the cost hostesses served refreshments of latku were visiting here this Alfred M. Landon came to Florida
Starke-Palatka football have been much more one-aided. for the fruit cocktail and cake
I|: boom will carry through .. '
Ft I of living consumrrspllrch..lllng: w ok, for rest and recreation followinghis
Most Friday night was one I Much credit should be given next two or three years.I'nemployrnent II power for 1940 will be at leant I Mrs. D. L Jones of Dallas, Qa, Herman Parilwh of Jacksonville defeat, spending a brief time t-: '

Siarke hard-fought games Captain Bok who from his tackle Drops 8 percent higher than the previous ', Is spending a few days with her Is visiting his brother" Lewis Par- at Montlcello. ;

S. in years. I position thwarted ma n y touch- 2. A slow but steady decline peak level In 1929. I I sinter Mrs Royace Galney. j .
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had the misfortune of In and The Rev. J. L. Norris of LaCrosse
down runs by his great play. 1 p*>"atka of on the receiving : the Palatka backfield l It wa the that by the end of next year 5. Indication National Income that the('It national ,' attended church services No Waste Of Time Peeling Potatoes 'i 'I IPotato

her passes and con- small but fast Rabbit Smith. fewer people will be out of work here Sunday night.
this will be Of Draftees
s' lost Income produced | year For Current Crop
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game by thatr The entire Starke team did than at any time In a.decade. Ac-I around $75,000.000.000, the high I Mr, Vera Colllnn and daughter, j
II1lsfol.tune. 12 to 6. themselves proud and should feel to the national industrial Kmogene, o f Waldo attended
'laths grlddera cording !est since the1 all-time record of I II I peeling and other kitchen Its own mess and all its own
well- as'one
were the loss to Palatka to conference board 6,829.000 persons church services at Rock Sundayand
the $82.885,000,000 win established In I of facilities. When It'' cleared out
art of police duty, bugaboo manysoldier ,
ball handling make In the 1941 reason. were out of work In September -I were dinner guests of her
MMleld l up 1929 and compared with $09.378- generations, U "out" for the new division coming In had
and had with8,19lOOO
It not of David Shu- of this year compared parents Mr. and Mr. 11. P.
the vicious tackling ofe The tackle play earlier with 14.- OOO.OOO last year. Thus an Increase Galney. National Guard n&n and drafteesasrlgned to git through the whole process
and a ,
< team ford wan very noticeable year of about 10 percent In national I to combat branches In again.
the score might the first time 762.000 at the depression peak In Mr. and Mrs Odell Crosby ofClarke
brought out for Income next yea r-8 possibility the national military training program That arrangement the Army
1933. and, with an averageof ::: were visiting relatives
11S really get March.
SCHEDULE that the big boy can Some If industry continues Its an executive officer emphaelzerl. learned, resulted In some men
V ortaboandarke tough and play good ball. 429.000 for the year 1929. peace-time production along with here Sunday I'I miming out on their tactical
HUthorities predict that approximately Mr. and Mr J. H. RUSH an-
-7:40: A. M., 2:30: The Inability to catch passes 2.00000O additional persons Its armament manufacturing nounce the arrival of a girl' born Principal sirens will be put on training. Some of them went

12.30 14 > PM". 1:45: P. M.;, cost the home team some very will receive Jobs within the will raise the 1941 total to around November 12. The baby halt been the technique of fighting, and the oversea knowing more about

; 10-10: P. M. sizeable gains that would have, because of the defense the 1929, peak aggregate named I'ermella Ann. I "K. P." tanks will\ be performedby cleaning typewriter and peeling

S"lIIhboundlarkf' come In handy In a game na closeas next year Thus employment by 6. The fact that savings deposits I' Mr. and Mm. Royace Gainey, men regularly assigned to potatoes than they needed to and

1020 4.30: P. M.; 2:10: this one. the program.end of 1941 would be downto today are the highest In are the proud parents of a 7 3-4 them instead of being rotated, aa lend about firing a rifle than

14. A. M.; 2:20: P.M.; Much credit should be given around 5000.000. the smallest history 'of the nation. Authorities -' pound boy born In the Alachuu hall been the custom In the past they should have.
of the citizens Lleut. Col. John II. Bennett !' The Idea of function -
the fine cooperation since the 1929 clollapne. At the estimate that:mutual savings County Hospital November 18th. I separating u
>Eastbound I of Starke and nearby vlcl- same lime, employment In September banks now hold around S10.6OO- The baby has been named Ronald executive officer of thla major Is not new In conceptionthe -

far larke.7:15: A. M.; Leave nltles. this year reached 48.404- OOO.OOO In savings accounts and Lee. I Army training center, compares,,: War Department has planned iIt i

5:00:: Palatka and St. .AuP Much credit will and shall be 000. the highest, in history of the that all ,type of Individual saving Mr. and Mm. Henry Pale an-. the new plan to the operation of(t for yearn--but It will get Its

M, given the football players who nation and compared with the In all banks top the 25.: nounce the arrival of Doretha' the average big hotel. It works!. first big-scale tent In the com

Westboundrke were willing to stick out a long 1929 average of 47925000. The 000000.000 level. These funds Mae, born November 14 like thin: ing program. e
Leave- 7:40: ( A. M; 11:00: hard season. Graduation brings disparity In the employment and spell security for many of Ameri Mr. and Mr. V. V fawn made I Troop arrive at the camp a* Construction on the camp continued -

Starke for Lake the Ions of only one player and : unemployment total since 1929 ca'" working po.oplea "raincheck" t a business trip t o Galneirvllle at a hotel. They have few ad-
Perry and Tallahassee he alternated between the fll'lltand Is explained by the fact that sine against adverse eventuali I Monday afternoon.Mrs. mlnlstrairv ilotalls to worry' I that sufficient accommodations }
of the about All their meals, equipment I would be ready for the arrival
B second string. the labor force Lorene Strayhorne and
free gene called for and de- for those Bradford,I that nation year has risen more than six ties.The unanimously bright current! children WUdwood were visiting sanitary facilities and recreation I shortly of first troops of the '

ltbtn city llmlta. Watch out with it and half millions because of scene from t h e workingman's: Mrs. Strayhorne's parent.. are provided and arranged more than 40,000 eventually to be 4

must are be notified 30 mln.arrival Tornadoes of 194ir! Stlc'c 100 population a ralna. standpoint given him much to be i Mr. and If.... Mann Haien, last by the camp complement, stationed here for training.The .
Scheduled of boy, we're behind you per Sages Itt- thankful for. However at thesame : .ltek. which functions similarly to the, Thirty-First National 1

Phone 147 cent. ___ 3. Rising wages, salaries and time, be find himself be-' Mr and Mrs. J. M. Markey, Jr., management of a hotel. They Guard Division. less the Thirty- g;

payrolls. On an hourly basis, coming increaslrgly concernedover Mrs J, W McKinney and Col J. can devote virtually all their timeto First Tank Company was or- rte

FUNERAL DIRECTORy wage today are the highest In a future which appears I M. Markey, of Waycrons. Ga. and studying how to fight which dered to active duty Monday.
believe In far Some units of the division. which i
salartee! have been fraught with many uncertainties the Army now k
':; 1 w" Cxperteiro fakes It Po .4ble> for Me t. IUDd' boosted history while to around the top since largely growing out of the ,war I that the current business boom more Important than K. P. duty. Includes troops from Florida. Al*. ,.

HIENT. PROMPT and COCRTEOC8 5ERVICG1IODERATLr 1930 However, the large In. ,which" may have aa ad"erwef. stems partly from the big British D'lrtlg the World War a divi- ham Mississippi and Louisiana

PRICES crease In payrolls during the past I fect upon Ills living standards. I war orders placed here and from sion entering a training camp will be stationed at hometown +

DeWITT C. JONES has been due largely to the r The nation' chief financial worries I the huge American rearmament had to look out for itself It armories until sufficient quarters ''fi

SUrke. Florida year fact that more people are now: today center around the fact pi-ogram. had to arrange Its own supplies, .are completed here.

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lIih'jll man. Mrs. Olson, and' Miss' Kate Mrs to Rosa her home at Theressa returned X Monday night from shot In the hand Ir
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: SOCIETY and CLUBS I Struth as hostesiies.. Circle Number was rushed ih
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Two, Mrs? A. 2. Adklns after enjoying a Mrs. Jacksonville where they have cent' HosPital In
... leader will meet 'at the home of Miami.with her daughter with been at the bedside of their eon, shortly after 11I1 llI1b
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!f J''t' t', /' Executive Board Paul Knight Heard W. !M.\ S. Circles To Observe Judge Number and Three Mrs, !Mrs.AdkinS U: D.Circle Vin- her Janie brother Hubbard, Leo and Batton.Mr. Ira Shepherd, who was accident' red.KINGSLEY accident

the On N. B. C. Program Week Of Prayer Ing leader-will 'znret'at the homeof I,.... -
f The Executive Board of and Mrs. Leo S. Solari! and
Starke Woman's Club will meet Friends of Paul Knight, son of Beginning Monday afternoon at Mr. and :Mrs I' E. L. William Mr. Harry Sayles, formerly residents
Thursday afternoon at 3:30: o'. Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight of 3 o'clock, the W. M. S., of the of Washington, D. C., and
clock In the club auditorium with Starke were delighted to hear Baptist Church will begin its Dance Postponed White Plalnes, N. Y., respectively,: BEACH
him broadcast Monday night as Week' of Prayer program. were guests for Thanksgivingdinner
Ati the president, Mrs. K. G. Duncan, The Woman's Club I dance,
guest artlat with the "Chamber Circles No. 1 and 2 will meetIn 6, has of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
in the chair scheduled -!for December AMUSEMENT
Music Society of Lower Basin the Church annex with Mrs R. been postponed until Friday, De- McGrath at their residence In PARK

.................................... Street" program from NBC A. Thomas hOB tel's to No. 1 and cember 13th.'. Ted Sherman's Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Mc-
studios In New York City. Mrs. W. B. Alexander hostess to
RUMFORD RIDDLESWhy Paul played two numbers, moat No.2. Circle No 3 will meet Orchestra will furnish the music. Grath, were formerly from New Now Open All The 1
Important of which was "A with Mrs. P. M. Barefoot at her Admission will be $1.23 a couple. York City. Time
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> hat Susan Sounder Moment of Jazz" his own ar home. At 7:30: p. m., the Young .
rangement (for piano) of Schu I Matrons will meet In the annex
bert's "Moment' Musical In PMinor. for their Royal Service program. BO4VLINCJ34LL1A.R.llSWI4M.I.N.
." All circles will meet at the
The "Chamber Music Society" Church Tuesday afternoon at 3 D 1IJI .
does not play the type of music o'clock and on Wednesday night 4R M-U-S-I-C
expression which Its,. title would Indicate, the Young Matrons will have .
but Is devoted. .largely to "swim" charge of the program at the

.' ',' usual Prayer Meeting hour, 7:30: ._-,- -
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United Daughters of the Confed- 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are Service
will meet Wednesday afternoon Circles of the Woman's i
iron APTIKtlCAUtl eracy Societyof given i away with every $10 I in tradeSMITH'S
.....rah. IUMPOID h............, December 4, at 3:30: o'clock, Christian Service'will meet .or certificates.Are" SANDWICHES AND BEERS
h....blow"bil' .,n.w-d.r"e.r.. RUMFOtDt at the home of, Mrs. A. M. I Monday afternoon at' three o'- .......-.
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t AO alum c n't IIMIV a blhvr" tart land
':A III for nil nteiiM........ Add....Rvntlard. ...,.. Darby. Hostesses will be Mrs. Titus Olson leader, will meet at InYou ."b.lf GARAGE Enjoy Schlitz On DraftB. IOe
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B. H. S. HOMECOMING
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Winners '' Good Team ':. Ride The BusNorthbound

Homecoming Game
B. H. S. TORNADOES '",
LeaUI Starke 7:40 A. HI. ,\. ]M.j; 12:30: P.
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WE OFFER HEARTIEST ,. "t JFnJoy! a Quick Bit to Eat at Our 1:45 P. n.; 8:10 ,:-. M.:; ;:io'r. ".
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andDAVIS t Full.... y Equipped Fountain And Leave. Starka t 1:30 .-Southbound. M.; 2:10: A. JL; 10:20: .\. .u..
CONGRATULATIONS 2.-20 I>. M.; 5.20 P. M.

y; TIRES .. LuncheonetteCarpenter's Leave Starke7:15: A.Emttboond M.; lA ave Starke', for paJadI'
AND BEST WISHES and St. AugUHtln 5:20 P. M.
WeMtboondLeave stark.
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1. tof Lake Butler, I'erry anct TallahaMee 3:33: IConway's .
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COMPLIMENTS ;; .;THANKSGIVING
B. H. S. TORNADOES SPECIALS-
TORNADOES WILL BE A GRANDHOMECOMING

Gainesville i i ANDTHENEWFORD _, andTURKEY

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I Mrs. J. M. Bradley of Ratford Thanksgiving No. 1: Andy Adklns. office call Ruth Sternberg much more pep these days .
r BITS LOCAL NEWS was in Starke Tuesday afternoon, Emmett Perryman, L. M. Gaines "teacher"! Seems ah* sits Rosalind William' In town +1

.... attending an executive meeting of I and DID he enjoy that new at a big desk near the entrance Monday singing the praises of, *
.. -, -- --- -- -- I and Is most helpful, even groin' negro fortune teller In
-- -- the Baptist W., M.. S. Ford!). Ralph Rhodes, Lucian mammy
RUM' Walter Wills\ of Tampa was Mrs. P s. Crews of Ratford ., Conner, Arch Thomas, Buddy ao far as to spray those troublesome O'Vllle Only costs fifty cents
'IlL Vance In Starke Monday here last week looking after property has accepted a position! In Barks- Miss Kitty iHogned. of Jack Bishop. Tommy Rltch Askin' files that annoy Mr. Miller an' she really TELLS you, Ro
plsitor Interests. dale's clothing store here. 'em, "What do you think ,of our on cloudy days 0 0 Now they're decHrea Bet Ethel Bgg!
sonville Is Thanksgiving Day
of Graham I a boom town?" Most of 'em even bring-In her apples and makes a hurried trip to Gainesville -
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of her mother, Mrs. W. B '
'*. Annie Starke Tuesday I Julian Griff of the U. S. Mrs. M, guest replyln', "I don't like It. Do you?" oranges! 0 soon She never could
Leviton U .. .
to In New Or- Parks, and DrMiss .Parks .
visitor i : Into the future
Navy is visiting his mother. Mrs. leans with her son and daughter- Brawny Coach Stephens Huldah Corpenlng's slated to resist<< a good peek

of Tltusvllle spent ,A, J. Grlffis. in-law :Mr. and Mrs. H L. Brown- in ptckin' up an injured Tornado give up her job In Montgomeryand ) .
Kennedy spend-
Kerce Lucile I'm thankful for thisyear
and carryln' him off Things
and at Camp lee Jr. heavyweight go to work in Jan Hope
/ in Starke Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez ing the Thanksgiving holiday with the field like nothin' a-tall 0 it's true Huldah could always -!I :: That Hitler Is still way over
her parents Dr. and Mrs F. D. and I'm still over
inf.ame! thyar way
and family spent ThanksgivingDay Hear the men In Starrett Bros, make the town seem a little
Dr. A. S. Morrow of Jacksonville Kennedy In Baxley, Ga. i hyar Can you imrtgfne this
of Venice wa In Jacksonville hustly. bustly, Camp Blinding llvlier but can't lay we need
Darby Mrs I was a week-end guest at I con when he got' through e_

Friday of his aunt Bruce Davis of Arcadia Is the the home of Mr. and Mrs J. M. Mr. and Mrs W. B. Baugh and I''a.eimes "elelalaenesi''' ", '''RIg411WaN':" i ,seimnemna.WMM, eprNAAIaIWnwKamenml t 1III,MMeIeWMWnMIIt' ''lanm ice' ',eewlIIW'' '' .f sortn' It? 0 Guess I'd even
* !Bitch, guest of his brother and sinter-in- Brownlee.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stovall of I haff to say what a cute mustache .

Stephens wa. a law, Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Davis Tampa were guests Tuesday of (!?fa.'ta i he has Ugh! .
Evelyn Jacksonville the first and Mrs. D. L. Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. W. C.: Ward. :ShONU Some thrill hearln' Paul Knight h

to Friends here of Dr. and Mrs. children of LaCrosse were guestsof pound out the boogie woogle
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,1 eek. Mrs. P. S. Crews of Raiford Mrs. J. M, CrowriUe spent part notes on the "Chamber Music 1
C. C. Mendoza of Jacksonville, last week-end. of taut week .In .Gainesville with 'C Society of Lower Daain Street"
W. B. Parka have will be Interested to know that ...
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,nd her on and daughter-in-law Mr. program Monday night, -
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_,! home after a business they are spending ThanksgivingDay Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and and Mrs. Milton Brownlee, Jr. trip b1 Atlanta. Ga. In New Orleans with Dr. 'twould be
pleasure family of Gainesville were guests t- but didn't know quite
[ there they visited Dr. Mendoza's parents, and are making Sunday of Mr. Canova's mother, Mr and Mrs. 'D.' A, Monteithand so soon! Well, anyway -
Hater, Mrs. T. P. Perkle. the \trip by plane. Mrs. E. E. Canova Mrs. E. L. Biggs spent Sunday Congratulations, Paul .. 0 'Sgreat
.Let Us Give i
In St. Augustine with Mrs. Thanksfor goln' keed ole keed .

Tom Rltch, who is a studentat Biggs'! mother, Mrs O. .I, Griffin. our Well,enufs emit, as Lady Mac i
NAT SEZ: Emory University In Atlanta, beth said to that mean old spot

returned Sunday to resume his Lieutenant and ,.Mrs. R. G. AmericanChristmasatPeace" An' I know you folks don't
A Well here's TtuuiksKiUnic Day studies at the University. While Kldd and aon.r Riff: Hrd.Ill, were have time to read much anyway
again Dnmnt 'semi HOery here he was visiting his mother in Hawthorne r !tmday'visiting_ these days So, so long till l

long nlno the last one, in fact, Mrs. Carrie Ritch, and aunt, Miss I Lieut. Kldd's motheV and. ,grand. andPrepare next week! See you on the
.: .,) p". Annie Darby mother ferris wheel (at the County
'''' ''t they had one only hint week In .
( for Very Festive Fair, you dope)
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r?: some of the Slat..... I didn't get I -Carolyn.IM'ltII'ftllllllll'"lIttIIUIllllIOIIlllI .
In that one. Occasion in our Little 'City ?
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Carolyn oiiiiI !! I__asstmlm,;;;';m n nau :,
Hut if nothing bPIM'n.. I'm goingto of Starke -1 I
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If you have a lot to be thankful Well hold on folks! Here bad momenta last week when I,1
for, I don't snppone It make a we go again for a dizzy twirl on i their stores 'came In an ace of \ ): .
Visit the where and
Clar-Jean
great; deal of difference which I that gay and giddy flyin'jennyknown falling Into furrin hands But Shoppe, courtesy ,

Thursday you pick out. as life In Starke they managed to pave the day Southern all times II
hospitality reign supreme at . f i iF
Have you ever been through a (and the buildings) by buyin 'em ,

SNE soart "House of a Thousand toughs" I themselves Narrow escape I We have spared no effort to make our Shoppe the 1" ;
tOF at a county fair? Where the that 0 .
P W I steps fold up under you, a blast I Ye editor reports that It la Increasingly most mddern and up-to-date Fashion, Center in thissection .
of air shoots and \
HEADQUARTERSFor up blows your hard to turn out bin
skirt outta bounds, and you fin- .weekly stint of' 'editorializing J : "'
ally slide out on your ooops! these days i At least five or :S( ::
Well, anyway you slide], six newcomers are fooled every I ,'."
out ThasH zackly how I 24 hours the u", i:
by name "Telegiaph" it We Maiden and Formfit brassieres .
feel. I carry : '.\
tIEA HERpfspo on the window and want to argue
MENS JACKETS The hull town's topsy turvey I about It If he.tgla 'em it Isn't: Vanity Fair lingerie . Such outstanding dress ::
Real estate changln hands) the Western Unton Three or .
BO fast nobody knows who owns; four more are attracted' by the lines Franklin, dresses, C. H. D. Robbins, Annetta td:

RY OUTDOORS BLUE MELTON what anymore and I absolutely deceiving Iron grilled window (,no
refuse. to bother my pretty little newspaper should have one any dresses George Hess, etc ". Shirley Temple and rt t

I head about It any longer ) and come la to '
way buy stamp '
from $2.98 Understand the tenants of the or send a moneyjr4ctier The Cinderella dresses for children .,, A most complete I I. ;.;

ate Chace buildings spent some very climax however came Tuesday: line of costume jewelry. '
,
night when a taxi pulled up to I I t:

LEATIIERCombinations the curb, u mysterious-looking .
OFF dark man crawled out of the back I
t neat, came in and asked If he Gift items for men : Imported sweaters, slip-over and t' :

1 could Ret a pair of dice! .. "
$6.50 1I I Seems the Guid.on! Grill Is" destined -t sleeveless .' Cordova genuine leather bill fold' [ i

I 1I I AsII to hit to town be yet the.,.,... The" Interior I I sets Zippo lighters with a lifetime'guarantee' f 1 ,,

;t+ 1 LEATHERJACKETS J Is already pOl'litively'' brE'ath-taklng ., And many other items ,. ". ;'/t \
I (though atlll unfinished) antl I '/
<: II !
rI when I glimpsed that magnificent f ,I'I
".l Neon sign winking off and on, "t-,4"a* '
Jb ) I knew that Starka had definitely t a8. ;1
emerged from the small town I Get Ready For
.
$6.98 ups class .' 1$ t II f fI
I 5"Thonksgtrlnp I I"I ,
.tot t.,1!!Sv%iftg5 our lciuhercovin \ More metropolitan atmosphere: ,
J snugly stride along There' Lacy Conway announcln' the arrival ", t ,
,IIIOIM alike. 'i, bri and,.k smartly clay .turned..hen you're out inn WOOL JACKETS !, and departure of buses over : : USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN o' w r "r

Crcsco! That distinctive styled I his recently-Installed p. a, system) .. t. !
d, .i rich, fine leather ...iII. please In an assortment... of Dajt Rumors of a real hair stylist t i it
.for years to come will be apoumion :
And and (male) anon to be at Leila's :
more more)
Ionic after other coats9tv t
Cresio is made from superior colors I I_ things to b.Ihallkfullorl. Mother and children enjoyln' the
n...eipeciallyprepareiiforCresco.ofpotkei "push carts" In the Tip Top 0

WKO tnner room-eollar detachable, and iridescent 5-pirce $4.50 up la all th. jrexir Rubles an' beans What a dEa-lEaJz c:3hofrfrEI i
'""IK, are only a few of the fine I'.".* had no loft'. mixture! / I

INSURANCE Cn.l After sln< des aualnv l ,Creicos are not Fot fS BOSS?" at last ,
,
IrfOO,01).Cape leather. la expeaBOOTS I past two or three years '
ooalan. Suede leather ia Mountain we.have a real popcorn man Phone 97 Starke Fla.
Copper Tan.E>ro sizes 34 to 46. vender R r
the
I'm expeclln" peanut .
from $4.98 upSTERNBERG'S I f any day 'nowDad Tender ,.OUIHIIIIKIIWIllimitllllHtiWLooking''' !'' '. .!...'.... '..!!!!!!.'!' '!!....''I!' m.IILNIIN11M1INIa1XLIlAla4lYNIMN.IImYVaallpmMN.INWYN/yIIMr. \ '!!'!!!. '!!'!!.'',.ImmIMIIm/11NIemLINMNtIIINIMBMImImMilAmmNmMIIPoIXIIIIMN'' \ '' '' '' ''''' '' !' !! I"IIInIMn nmnxallml": 't';'

$1250: tWNVPPZ6' I refers to Gasoline Alley as "Hell'shalf

acre" An' speakin' of '
GENERAL P INSUQA the bad place one of my agents For' Something? ;
reports the following terse conversation -

overheard tother nighton Whether You Are New In Bradford County Or !Have Lived '"

I Call Street First stranger Here All Your Life Whether You Want To Buy Or 1i jf'jft4 t '
--._- -- -- to second stranger: "Are you a ,
Sell You Will Find This CloHHified Directory A ('real
here Second
I native ? Convenience: And An Easy Way To Communicate With a
firm : "II---
to stranger
'stranger no. And 1 woulJn't admit If I Thousand' Of Other Telegraph Headers ;': ;,

were!" .
I We Have Opened The Alvarez sisters and brother, ,.

J. Mo, still aflutter over sale of I AMUSEMENTS BEAUTY PARLORS GASALL i
I the "old Hull building," as It Is

1 WAREHOUSE IN STARKEOn still known 0 Adorable Margaret IIIIXIAKDH- Knjoy: a gam HPKCIALH At N u Hwrlfke APPLIANCES For HomeAnd ':

A BRANCH Rose Duncan lakln' all honor tonight- A bio Hue, OocKI l lHood In Quality O f Service Office. Stores" lleU>r-., t''I'
aa the youngest Red Crows AtIIATFJEIJ14- UII.,,'''' IICAUTV HALON Water heaters, l'ta.: HutlafW-,
Road 13 Near Farm MarketS salesman Attractive Beth an'Boyd (all.. Street 12-4 .
Holloway here again POOL K Back to see what the shoutln'sall Oars ,Htrrrt. 12- BUILDERS (AH (J(>. \ I
( les To Licensed Dealers Only) ;about no doubt 811 No. 'lrJrlnl.VtDU! ,
SKATE.' GAlnmvlUe. Kb It.. '
like Hitler *
Been droppln' hits I All Types of c'oonmtnsrtlon new :
-"----- -.- drops bombs, but can't rate For Your NlriictureM or r"'>|ain... Plans
an Invll.f.Uqlutor that "ln po.e\19n. ,flnUthaHaUus fUmt, And .rrhitrx'turmJiwirvlcr HEATING
trip" over the new southern Rail. ; firm.-(). M. Davis.

TO ACQUAINT YOU way Sunday afternoon Din- H.V.. INOILH SKATING KINK gcnxruj .contractor 734 E. KEEP WARM Tills Winter ,'
ner to be served at Camp mantling Temple Avenue (KO With The Excellent Quality Of Our Brews. We Would 0 Have a good' mind to toe. 12-20 Inc ll>a go along and ride the rods if I llMtt. Also 0. B.nrulort. It.-Ir1Ir-

Of La Tropical l Ale Or can't get there any other way AUTOMOBILES EATING "& Pay On Easy Tf<........
Like To Give You Free A Bottle Understand the food I'specially IJAIIBV'S
I'AIIT-I'sed Tires RebuiltGeneratora
steaks) at the Rainbow Grill are HOT PlATE LUNCHKM.<< 'Haml- KUtrfce. Fla. n.6
Fla 6 Beer. Simply Clip Coupon Printed Below And really swell 0 Harvey Little C.srllnd, Auto Trucks Olas.'sohFor In Any wl..JM..1 Short Order*' _

ex-Texas grid star) la evidently Are Our HprvUJty.8IIKIX INSURANCEPLAY '
Present To Dealer startln' out to bring a little '.un Coodlilon. PLACE
shine Into the lives of the hungrymasses HAHH1NS AUTO CARTS
Road IS Ktorfcfv KU. 12-4 SAFE-You (Jan'. Afford .
On R4Muf IS
iuft North of Town
0 ) To Take A (rhjtnco
Margaret Manning.( frs. Callls) 1-41 FLOOR SURFACING When Oood Insurance la !M I
and her cute kids may soon trek,
Ue Hate A To
Policy
Cheap. f
i' Jaxward to find a 'place to live' BAKERIES nKNT: EQUIPMENT: Fit Especial N......... "
TAMPA'F10 IDA BREWERY INC '. House they're In has been In Town. Kevwionable Pric*> J. T.'KIKKI .\NII, JK. Agt. },:'
: f spoken for, and seems they can'tanother FKENII DAILYBread. r..t I....tr+ Gladly FurnUh. ..... Liberty National Life Insurance ., I 1'
!find roof 0 1.__, Cakes, Just W. A. DKHHK.NTT.: : JIG Co. 1-6 ,
.' Tampa', Florida U Football game last Friday Like Mother U s e d To 114 Call Ht. Htisrke. Fla.f ., L "
colorful of the "
easily the most MAke.
:
Local Manager ,S season BIjgeat: crowd RADIOS : .
Homer. Sutton, -."' '> 'Lesaf ddkd.b 0 MeaUd arguments ,STAKKK t 215 Oall DAKKKV Street 13-6 f I I FUEL OIL
.
.i > nigh school REPAIR Work Done At Lowest
'. CrackjFlBhitka'; .- KEEP ..i
.
:\ .
', band puttln on a swell exhibition .. Price la Town. Hee The
- - - - - between-bltvea 0 High BARBER SHOPS I I. 7. WAR T II I )1 M New Radios On DUpUyMAYK.S' I':

stepping drunVjinaJOTettes' (from WINTE&IIEAT : RADIO SERVICE o,
To Any Licensed Dealer: A year. up) Understand 'ChoiHe HAIRCUTS- 811.\VEH Sham- WITH OIL Starke, Fla. 12-4 .
OVUle Gas) Chapman went pooe, M- ;- In Clean \ V.
I'hon la
Entitles Bearer To- off the deep end over on of the Pleasant Harroundln.
This Coupon and lOc STANDARD OIL CO. 12-0 WATCHES
f
tiny blondes 0 0 N. T. Rltch In CITY BARBER SOP

TWO BOTTLES his famous "pork pU" bat 0 fall Street, 8Urfc Flat. 12... OUaI'i t4
PHOTOS BKPAIK: Work With A
home forbad
All the .collltch boys
Ale or Fla. 6 Beer "'39 .moment, last week when NO WAITING-Seven Ilarbrn.Al antes of RauUfwotlon. New u
.La Tropical; their store came In an ace of Your H-rvire>. H! bower, UHILK-lf-WAIT Three' quality line of login and .liuJovaWatchen 'ft''.

\\'e will redeem this coupon from any licensed dealer for Un cents in I falling Into furrln hands Butt Baths A 8MX
ra. h. T.tMI'A FLORIDA BREWERY JXc. t they managed to save the day THRKK FKIKNDS nAIlllKK Next Dear To The Bradford J. II. COtrUTMANClI I
(and the buildings) by buy In' 'em Cult St. SHOP 12-4 County Telegraph 12-4 Starke. Fla. 13-4 \


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BRADFORD COCNTT TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLOKTOA FKIDAV. NO'E1161R: 29
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';,, Warehouse Established In Starke I!--- LIVE STATE NEWS 18LPERMiTS, -RF:\'p)

1"1'f t:lj il.111 FARMERS' SECTIONs Tallahassee, -Llcens of
Inc.
By Tampa Florida Brewing Company, I -- automobile drivers
-- --
s ___ _.______ -- In sere reI
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October
"i -- The Tampa Florida Brewery, which cool the cellars where the SUBMARINES STATIONEI) FOR SOLDIERS BENEFIT I and ? others

u FOR TUBHOUSEHOLD I RURAL Incorporated, of Tampa, announces beer and ale is being aged. Key West,-Three submarinesand I Tallahassee,- Men In trainingat I suspended for Infraction

COMMON SENSE. the opening of a branch Realizing that modem methodsof four destroyers will join the military camps In Florida are I way Jaws In F1ol'lda. of '

} warehouse In Starke, to better merchandising are as applic- fleet based a t this neutrality eligible to buy resident huntingand W. F. Reid of 011'
NEARING END
OLD YEAR
1 4 PEANUTS WITH MEALS serve the many dealers who favor able to the brewing industry as patrol station next month A $1-: fishing: licenses, which cost, way Patrol reported the State I

(J' A big crop of peanuts this With the old J year roiling them with their business. Located any other business, attractive 000,000 building and improvement' less than non-resident licenses. I Ing Caused 121 of dl'unken

year offers a bargain In food rapidly toward Its end, it's time In Ray Newaom's building, names were selected for the pro program Is being carried out here Attorney General Gibbs told Dr.I Twenty-one Florida the reuses

i 61t values and a challenge to the for use to check up 0 n what on Road No. 13, near the Farmers ducts of the Company, and "La to equip the port to handle sub I I. N. Kennedy, game and fresh revoked In Iicenes
menu-maker on the lookout for we've been doing since December Market this warehouse, with Tropical" Ale and "Fla 6" have marines. water fish commission secretary: while drunk, Georgia for dr

t''' ar + new Idea. So if you have 31, 1939, and to begin figuringon Its equipment and personnel la gained statewide popularity when "It is my understanding; that persons Una and one three ,In South i

'! tljcC"t t y ; thought of peanuts chiefly as plans for 1941. prepared to give the best of ser the public learned that the brews NEW INFANTRY COMMANDER who are in training In military Una. Tennessee each In, NOl1h I

t something t o crunch between Yes, It's an old-fashioned cus- vice to the dealers In and around were all and a little more than Jacksonville -Col. Fred A. Sa- camps In Florida are as- and \'lrllJ1l! ,

meals, you may like to try them tom to do this but It's a custom Starke. Owing to State and Fed. the advertising. claimed for them I has been, named commanderof signed to such camps for a periodof SHARKS ARE t'

1 rryl in cooked dishes. well worth while, for, followingIt eral laws, only licensed dealers Attractive "metal" type labels fay regiment, at least one year. Resident St. SEFI L

I'v'' tt You can use one or two cups we may be able to avoid past may be sold.Homer which do not come off the bottle the 124th inducted infantry into military hunting licenses range from $1,25 liver oil Petersbui-e Florida ti

of chopped peanuts In a nut loaf mistakes and to enjoy more com- Sutton, formerly of when it is submerged in Ice .which was for of training for one county to $5.50 a year for cod liver ollV'take pie
I service a year
ltj' Either makes a fortable and more satisfying living water have materially assisted in
or croquettes. Lakeland, Is the local managerfor In life. Colonel general hunting.privileges. Non medicine Amp
good main dish for lunch or dinner in the future. the Brewery, and gives per building sales. Waterproof labelsare I Monday. director private of the state resident licenses range from $10.- L. Rusoff cabinets this Wlntel

i_____ : ; The standard mixture for a Farmers who have kept recordson sonal attention to the wants of proof that the Company believes I Safay :is health sanitation department 50 for a limited hunting period, Florida of the Unlvel'Slt
nut loaf Inclueda chopped or their activities won't find it his Company's many customers. in its product and does not board of to 2500. Shark and Robert M. Fren!

ground nuts, chopped vegetables, as difficult to make this check Mr, and Mrs Sutton (Nee Ruby attempt to have its product sold "the Industries, Inc., Pred

a cereal, and a thick sauce for up as those who have relied on Curry or Tampa) have built an for another under the ruse of TRAGEDY ON HONEYMOON Florida shark liver Ol!
PARTY 915,000 dustry is
a binder. Crisp vegetables like memory, but all should make a apartment in the warehouse as "wiping off" the labels. COST Tavares-Boyce A. Williams of Tampa-Hope of a young Ohio ter" because due to prosper this
celery, green peper, or raw carrot very strong effort to determinethe temporary living quarters. Mr. Thanks to a policy of buyingthe "hVs
Tavares state Democratic cam couple for a honeymoon on semi- difficulties in procuring
3;y Improve the texture of the course, success or failure, of Sutton has been actively engagedin best of materials with whichto
for the general oil from
director Island"
i i loaf their work. It's a good Idea for the beer and wine business fora make both ale and beer, and paign that theparty's tropic "Honeymoon was foreign market:'
election, has announced dashed tragically when the 16-
The mixture for croquettes Is us to make a very strong meantal number of years. careful brewing by an acknowledged l
1940 Florida campaigncost year-old bride of a week was ACTING :
SKCRKT1KI:
than for note of mistake have La
softer and more moist every we expert. Tropical Ale
The Tampa Florida Brewery Is $15,000: Including donationsto killed in an automobile accident.
a loaf. Mashed potatoes, bean made so we can take particular the oldest brewery in Florida, and Fla 6 beer have become pop- the national committee. The traffic Jack Com- Tallahassee Governor Cor
County .officer
pulp or some of the cooked pains not to 'repeat It. By remembering ular because of'their' high qualityand designated Mrs Hazel H .
been built before
'I I base I mistake don't having many years total compared with $29,934 spentin bte said the girl was the former as his acting
cereals make a satisfactory a we uniformityIncidentally the executive
Y., Chopped peanuts can be used mean for one to worry and mope spell"prohibition.it remained During closed the down"drv, Company has pursued a policyof the 1936 campaign, said Wil Elaine Anderson of Dayton, Ohio, to assume the work' handle sew, ,

t In poultry stuffing In nut breads about It during the coming year, but was refurnished with modern I. liberal treatment towards its (IIams.t.TSEH. who had eloped a week ago with W. Branch Cone before, he
and muffins. In cakes and cookies. but to be cognizant of It for pro customers and employees. The 19-year-old Gene Floyd 'of Day signed November 8. Mrs j
and into
equipment went produc BOXES:
They can be used also In the same tection against repeating It, tion when prohibition ended. It latter are said to be the best paid 12,000,000 federal ton. Comble laid they planned to has been connected with the'ernor's '
Jacksonville, The in of free
the
way as pecans in pie filling. Fora Some farmers have enjoyed Is a landmark In Tampa, whereIts men in the brewing Industry in of and domestic stay one cottageson office fo, 12 wean
bureau foreign the Gulf of Mexico Island west file clerk
mix and
sandwich that is crunchy
success during the while Florida stenographer
year I high brew house attracts con
that 12,708,978
coarsely ground peanuts. with a other have failed. Those in both siderable attention. It is also Ben Thyson: Sales Supervisor commerce reported of here, sponsored' by wealthy will serve as I the Go\ernors
boxes of Florida grapefruitand
little cream for sandwich spread.A [groups should map out their plans, furnished with a large room for the Company, will be In field used for can- George Washburn, while Floyd ing secretary during the rm!
large part of the peanut crop 'for the new year with care In : where visitors to the breweryare Starke for several days promotingthe oranges were looked for a Job. They were der of his term, expiring Jan,
) ning purposes during the 1939- within 25 miles of their destination 7, in
Is made Into butter I addition
always peanut order to continue success or to offered hospitality. Thousands business of the Company.Both canned to her regular
The output
40 season. i
for numberless ties.
which there are avoid failure. Production fertilization -
of visitors have marvelledat Mr. Thyson and Mr. Sutton totalled 13.1 .6.569 cases comparedwith
attractive of
ways serving. : marketing, acreage devoted the spotless machinery neces- extend a cordial Invitation to all 11,377,633 the previous sea-
One that may be a little out of to crops, and other phasesof sary to brewing and bottling beer licensed dealers In this area to son and 8,260,441 for 193738.
the ordinary is a cream soup farming should receive care as well as the snow-clad pipes visit the warehouse at any time.
made with 4 tablespoonfuls of ful attention In this check-up.
peanut butter for each quart of I. NO CARDS NECKSS4RY
milk. Another very flavorable Many a farmer can get some The Best Thanksgiving GrubIs Tallahassee,-Theie will be no I MEATCURING
a combination Is tomato and mighty good objective suggestionsfrom Invitations and no admission cards
nut-butter biscuits use 4 table-pea his county agent about the Kind You Eat At Your Neighbor's Housefew II when Spessard L. Holland Is Inaugurated -!
plans for the new year. He can Governor of Florida
spoonsfuls of peanut butter in
place of 2 tablespoonfuls of the also obtain helpful Information Fuller Warren things President Roosevelthas next January 7, For himself and
fat ordinarily called for. I from the outlook reports workedout By done that didn't set well with Mrs. Holland the Governorelectasked
by agricultural economists. me. But he has done so muchto
Peanut-butter sauce is a milk Thanksgiving Day Is a terrible the Tallahassee inaugural
sauce containing enough peanut With these suggestions and witha time for turkeys, but It Is a joy Improve pay day 'that I have committee to arrange all affairs, :

butter for distinct flavor. It's fairly good account of his activities ous occasion for Adam's heirs. forgiven him, for tinkering with including: the inaugural ball, to be

good on boiled onions, potatoes, during the year, the Except for the fact that you don't Thanksgiving Day. But I do "public functions so as to require -
rice and other vegetables. farmer can plan his work intel get ,any presents, Jt is just aboutas hope he won't mess! with our no invitation or admission No
ligently for 1941. holidays any more If he wantsto increase in Prices
Whatever use you make of happy an occasion as Christ card.
do some more changing of
them, as chopped peanuts or pea The rural home-maker should mas. In fact, speaking as an
nut-butter, peanuts have high food check up on her work of the epicurean of great gastronomic days let him Indefinitely postpone SUB BRINGS RAIN

values They furnish vitamins B year and make plans for canning, powers, I would say that the March 15th. Plant City,-Miss Lillie Stoate,
and G, as well as protein which home gardening, and other activities food is a little more succulentand The celebration of Thanksgiving the Mississippi "rain-maker,' '
becomes "complete" or efficient for the new year. Her savory at Thanksgiving than Day annually was begun in 1863, threw two strikes at South Flor We Specialize In Sugar
when President Lincoln
when combined with the proteins home demonstration agent can Christmas. by proclamation ida's drought from her bleacher

of wheat Of course, like other give her valuable Information and I am at somewhat of a loss fon. set Thursday, November seat beside Lake Walden, and
J nuts peanuts have a large fat suggestions.It's the reason for this superiority of 26th as the date. Each succed- most of the Plant City area

fi content-over 40 percent. That's I time to check up and make Thanksgiving grub. It may be ing year a President has issueda perked up under a generous I

why It's best to eat peanuts as I!,, new plans, Satisfactory rural due to the fact that the younger, proclamation setting aside the shower. It wasn't a full blown I Cured MeatsGainesville

part of a meal, combined with living depends( largely on careful tendeier. and more appetizing) last Thursday in November as rain, as rains go, but the ]
other food materials, rather than' planning and record-keeping. turkeys are slain for the Thanksgiving (Thanksgiving Day until last year roiling clouds opened enough to
when President Roosevelt
by themselves, as a between-meal feast, thereby leaving the movedit encourage the imperiled strawberry -
:nibble. I I I-OfOMOTlVK) USED: tough turkeys for Christmas. It up a week; so aa to allow more giowers.

101.n ,-Old 996, an ancient I may be that the zest and enthusiasm -I time for Christmas shopping I

Typewriter ribbons olr all kind locomotive, Is doing its bit that is required to cook a I As early as 1621 Governor Wil- IIKL.P: ASKED TO QUIT:

,for sale at the Telegraph office.Mtrrry jfor I national defense. The engine I i really good( meal cannot be workedup liam Bradford of the Massachusetts I Tallahassee-J. Tom Watson, Ice &

was retired from active service two times in the short periodof :. colony "called together the !of Tampa newly-elected attorney

by the Atlantic Coast Line rail a month. And It may be that early settlers at Plymouth for :general, has asked for resignations -

70Irll'v, ft ,. road a short time ago and Indications the dyspepsia and indigestion! the purpose of offering thanksto i from persons now serving Cold Co.
God for the Storage
preservation of
were It was headed for the
Thanksgiving gormandizing en- assistants In the attorney gen
Pas.
scrap heap. But officers i In genders, linger on and cut down their lives, food to sustain them, eral's office to be "forthcomingas

ofX666 charge of building the navy's the capacity of the glutton to and clothing for their bodies" I. of Feb. 1" next year He will J. L. GEORGE Mgr.

giant southeastern air I station enjoy the Christmas victuals, better During the Revolutionary War take office January 7. succeeding ,
( here conceived the Idea of using known us "vittles" around Congress set aside days of fasting I Attorney General Gibbs. He explained -

the locomotive for a heating plant Blountstown. and prayer throughout the long ( : "The purpose of this 1st I Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St.
t LIOUIQ,TABLETS.SALVt.NOSt DROPS t struggle. At the, end of the '
until one Is built at the elation. Of all the kinds of good I' to put them on notice of the poasibllity -
So heat from the boilers of 996 Thanksgiving grub. It Is my con. Revolutionary Watt George Wash- of their places being filled GAINESVILLE FLORIDA

Beware Coughs is used for cooking In the station sidered opinion, based on a long ington Issued a proclamation settlng by others, in order that they ,

cafeteria as well as for keepingthe and happy experience, that the I 126th aside Thursday, November might have the Intervening timeto

_I. from common1 colds men I warm. Pipes lead out food, eaten from. a neighbor's as a day for the citizens to make other arrangements. i I
from Its boiler to various build thank Gor for a constitutionalform
table is the best. There are several
That On ings and steam Is kept up day obvious advantages to this of government and the BWffwwijjpfiwvffM""""WT
Hang and night. The firemen any the type of Thanksgiving gluttony. blessings which accompany It. ;

Creomulalon relieves promptly because locomotive from which the drive First' and foremost, It, Is not ex President Madison made another rM fI "' *1'e fat1 ?** '
It goes right to the seat of the rods have been removed, uses pensive. Second the disagreeableduty similar proclamation In 1815 I rj 14 t lMI"
trouble to help loosen and expel about 20 tons of coal a day. of Is eliminated It was at the close of the war .%
'
dish-washing
laden phlegm, and aid nature .. -III If ,
.f
perm with England and was! "a seasonof I kA
to soothe and heal raw, tender Inflamed And third you escape the I+ : I 4jA
bronchial mucous mem- If Excess Acid cause. danger of having uninvited guests, prayer and praise for national

branes. Tell your druggist to sell you FREE you p.fn.Stomach drop in on you for Thanksgivingdinner i'guidance and peacfe." After this a r
a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding no such proclamation was Issued ;
'ryhI .
must like the it uic.rs. Indication when you take the precaution f ._ .
you way
_ quickly allays the cough or you are BloatingCas,HeartburnBatching, of eating with a neighbor.An by any President until Lincoln AM't &ifA0'YaeeTa.Las

to have your money back.'CREOMULSION. Nausea,get a free ample of UDCA Invitation to Thanksgivingdinner issued his proclamation. .

and a trt. Interesting booklet atCAUPENT.lt'S at a friend's festive board At no time since November
_ 11th, 1918 have the of IIrqJJ
be fi people
can usually wrangled or
for Coughs Chest Colds,Bronchitis : HUO STOKE
nagled. But If an outright invitation I America had more to be thankful .

ahead of time cannot be ne- for than now. As Individuals 4

BOREE FUNERAL HOME gotiated, there Is another deviceor I Iwe have many things to be thank I
that be Into ful for personally. But aa a
Ambulance Phone 13111'c ruse can brought nation
Service Day or Night -
play an a lust resort. If no invitation we have two blessings that
he added a late model AMBULANCE: to our equipmentwith I s forthcoming beforehand I we are humbly thankful and

_ special spring for easy riding. ::!, you can just casually dropIn happy for-peace and prosperity.

.A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" G. II. Bennett, Manager: on'your neighbor about the| With war raging over most of ; anJ

time the Thanksgiving meal Is the so-called civilized world, ,

being set on the table. A few America enjoys peace and fairly .

I remarks about the tantalizing bright prospects 0 f ,continued :
|aroma of the turkey, the crimson peace. For we have 'as head of

Attention! crispness of the cranberries, or this nation a transcendent states-

I the savory succulence of the soup man who not only loves peace and : an gr..dy iaadara on potath. Not

will usually result In an Impromptu hates war, but what Is equally only U planty of thi. pJ.nllood n..,......,. for high yialda

Invitation to "sit down las important, also 'has the skill, and good quality,but ioi the imptovod flavor,app.uanc.. J/
and have a meal." )J statesmanship and diplomacy to M and carrying quality ao Important in raabming piohta on 1t/A". ;,

Owners of Thanksgiving Day this year,keep this nation out of war If It compabu maikata. Potash ale givaa the plant moro
McCormick-Deering comes on November 28th for FlorIda Is humanly possible to do so. vigor and Iner.....thoif nalatanco......... and Iroita. 4Th.

., and on November 21t for) So this year it should be not Mot analyaia to .... units with wit and cropping

the nation. The changing of only Thanksgiving Day, but a condition. Compl.la iaiUluara uaually ar. raquirad To .
Thanksgiving Day Is one of the day of thanksgiving. mako aura your crops gat onough potash ua. foitilism !
And Deering Mowing MachinesRepair containing at I....aa much potash..phoaphorio acid Ont .
>Oft 4e+ 9w'
many aandy...U.,the potaah ahould b.up to doubla. "<
GUM BRANCHBy Lake Butler Saturday afternoon. aci the phoaphonc
p.at and muck sods.it should b.triple
Mrs. Edd Fairish of bare Rising Leon Conner and children -"-- Consult your county agant or...........n'station..gardintha
were
visiting
relatives Urtilimara
Mr. and Mrs. 13. M. McRae here Friday of last larblity oJ your son. Ask your daalar about
jweek. bld.titaoa.
high In potaah.You will,.aurpriaod. how
and children of Pine Level and yield.olllood quauiy.Wtit ,f r
apply onough potaah toinaurohigh
Your Mowers Now For Straw- Mrs. Carl Dobbs of Lulu were HER SHRUBBERY PAYS to

s visiting relatives In this section
Tallahassee ,
,-There was gOld-'
Sunday afternoon n* for further information k
$212.30 worth of It-In ,Mrs. C. S. and literature
Season. If You Wait Much
berry E.V.. Farrtoh and daughter, fertilising crop- I '
Wood's shrubbery on you
Mrs Roy Clemons and Betty Jean planting. Sup .l ,
demons Mr. and ervising work on property purchased INC.INVCSTMCKr .\
were visiting aNSTTTUTr.
ft AMERICAN: POTASH '
Longer Will Be Too Late To Ob- Mrs. Martin Conner and family recently, Mrs. Wood no- : BUILDING .....INvro... D. C. '

Thursday at Lake Butler. ticed a coin In the ground, discovered r _,ao.. 011..., ___ e.-M ...... --..-.

tain The Needed Repairs. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walnut-right it was a $20 gold piece.
were business visitors to Jacksonville (
Further search uncovered 12 other
Wednesday of last week.
.A I Billie Harnage spent Monday coins ranging from $20 to $2.50:

f night with his sister and brother- pieces. The dates ranged from
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in-law Mr. and Mrs. Edd Pan Ish. 1865: to 1880. Tallahassee historians I .

Mrs. B. M. McRae and sons said the property was
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BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. Benny and Lynn, of Pine Level owned by Father Leon Hugon

were visiting relatives here Wednesday I about 1880 They said n. had

Phone 8 afternoon. secreted money about he house
Starke, Fla. W C. Clemons and E. W. Par-I which burned many years ago.

fish were business visitors to Father Hugon died here in 1912.




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,. (Resident of Starke) MR. THOMAS TURKEY (Out of City Limits) ( :
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I Turkology I Contest such abig w_'_::' '
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to the winners Monday h1IEFFiiiiii
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The Spotlight I i t Carpenter's Drug Store '. A. M. Darby's


The beer is ice cold and the Chili is red hot If you haven't been feeling quite up to scratch Be sure to feed the inner man

Come on folks, and eat a lot. Come in and let us fix you a patch And save his pennies, if you can.



J. W. Andrews Jr. Hart Furniture Company S. R. Johns & SonIt's


big, and smart, and holds the road Your home can never be complete Where there's always plenty of parking space

It's rugged enough for any load Without good beds and a comfortable seat. And food enough for the human race

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Sam Rosenberg & Son Bradford Hardware Company Ben n y '.s Grocery


Furniture, we buy and sell Trade where you know you get value received If it's food at low prices you're'looking for

Trade with us, we please you well. No one likes to be deceived. Come to Benny's Grocery Store



Denmark Furniture Company Torode Chevrolet Company Richard i i & Hamiter i t

Prepare for winter-Now's the time Just ask your friends, they all will say Economy and comfort-two in one

and by the dime. "No car compares with Chevrolet" Drive
Furnish your house pay a Willys and save the mon.



Western Auto Associate Store Sistrunk's Feed & Seed Store Tip Top Super Market


No matter what kind of car you buy We Have Most Everything You Need Most modern and best prices

From baby chicks to seed and feed Shopping is with
They'll all need parts, by and by. play our devices.


A & P Food Store % Orange Blossom Cafe Starke Bakery .

If every penny you must count Meals that tempt your appetite "Just like mother used to make"
And help to start the day off right {
savings mount.
Our prices make your The good old-fashioned pies and cake

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Florida Bank at Starke J. M. Alvarez I

They say great oaks from acorns grow There's a very old saying that "Clothes make .

And pennies saved mean future dough. the man"g
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BKAoronn COcNn" LEGRAPt1: STAHKB.Be I"LORm FlUn.\V. NO\EMBtg/ '
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S + Mrs. L A. Davis returned ---.;;;
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r assurance for the future, that thanksgivingcan protected moving wheels. Kidd Transferred were Charter :
w Bradford County TelegraphAAEAXBER. They moved'' all the way across Sunday morning from Montgom church When It oil
I R r really be.Thanksgiving. the continent by the quart pint Lt. Richard O- Kidd. of the ery; Ala., where she attended the 19 15. AL the was

_- -- -- -.--__ ? We cannot with pencil and teacupful of gasoline what- National G u a r:,Q Headquarters General Convention of the United the congl't'glltlon

TlCxtabllshed 1811 and paper draw a diagram of it. We can- ever they could get with odd Detachment her5,"has been trans Daughters of the Confederacy. hear Rev was pl l.
George
ferred to the neW Anti-Tank Com- After the convention she visited II' Scali
'' ''ilte not with tapeline measure' it. We cannot Jobs along the route. head- sor 'In
with Southern
"And here we are," the woman pany, 124th Infantry, several! noted places In Alabamaand COllege
r ? ? IFLORIDA.PRESS ASSOCIATKDNPubhMhiNl with scales weigh it. That conscious"of sense Bald "What're W going to do? quarters in Jacksonville. Georgia, among them being former pastor'

God who provides, must fill the spaceere My husband flnUy got a Job at the Warm, Springs Foundation for .. -

It, -.3ptwaLI' 7 thanksgiving can occur. Dismiss the. the camp, but the first day he Thanksgiving Message the relief of infantile paralysis. 111ty 11,: ''II'('OI'\jTt' 11 t I",k hul'YTl'
,Now he's laid "'
his n
r'. Weekly on Fridays and Entered ag Seeead recognition of Him, and thanksgiving can- meshed hand, The Rev. A. E. Lightfoot, pas- We note In the Florida Chris IN( HI): lCH'rA", "'1.flRIII: ,. "It

; / ,1 Clans; Matter at the Font Office at Stitrlte. Fla. not breathe, much less sing. But with this This was Just one family There tor of the Baptist Church here, tian Advocate of November 21: MATZAT hprp.. .. AI'" ,
jk It's guest speaker at the Rotary the following about Methodist I <1
It here. was
are hundreds like N01'I1'
.-_ of God-God in Jesus Christ Saviour :: "
----- gift as He "IIF-hIT,
You Th'
,,"i 8UBSCKI1TION KATK Incredible to those who haven'tbraved Club luncheon Wednesday. ministers who at one time lived I and
+ Yearly, $1.50; SK Month. 7So-Payable In Advance -thanksgiving fairly monopolizes the field. the traffic Jams In all directions stressed the fact that we take timeto here: "The R. v, John James I any by notified claims end andhr'I" 4uhd.roe l.0
be thankful, especially ..thls Rooks, pastor of the or either ur a
AdvprtUln/r/ Kate on Application Christ received as Saviour results i in! to see It. Trinity the Estate YHU.. lI1ay ha,'.
Fires of the Okie camps light year when the community Is enjoying Methodist Church In St. Petersburg l>ecealled l or,. ,Au u't I f
that it ,
such thanksgiving \
abounding
even
f, ,y r I the ? ould'
the highway for miles, making such prosperity.Mrs. ; was In Dunedin assistingIn County Judge, r.
n On This Day Let's Remember includes possible failure of the tree to fruitor human fireflies out there in the a two weeks revival meeting County Ihe Florida. HI handurxtoo or,

The One Who Deserves ThanksThe the field to yield or the jewel to be dis- palmetto thickets and scrub oaks. E. E. Canova, accom- Home Coming Day was recently within ?Iu"elr, ,,
The Itself l Is lined with panied by her son and daughter- observed in Dunedin, with the
Dr. covered for it does "in everything give highway ? PUM 1i|
brief by ,
following sermon
and Mrs. J. J, Can- .
sleepers and pedestraln migrants.But In-law, Mr Rev. Laurie G. Ray as the guest No."r, ? 01'
!t l a, Henry Ostrom, of the Moody Bible Institutein thanks." Christ received, and He is "more It Is something the whole ova and their family of Gainesville preacher. It was the first home and In

Chicago, brings a very important thought than all," and that means not only that if state should know about said spent Thanksgiving Day In must b. sworn ur in the claln
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would with Mrs. Canova's coming celebration the Dunedin Ith l agent the'
Tallahassee
a on Thanksgiving, that many of us are apt we lost all else He would be more than whatwe come army: officers When those so no here more now fin- son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Church had ever observed and It I same to how.will '?--his,'fI'".attorny Void !u,

to forget in this day of fast living, and lost, but that if we had all else, He wouldbe I ally leave It will be something Mrs. G. L.. Patten was an Inspiring success The Thill 25th' day: IIr SO\'onll
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h little time for thinking. Read it carefullyand more than all we had. Under His redeeming for, others to worry about Rev Mr. Ray and his parents 1 nt Harry the Islate I': Alstax6 ot AUIIUhl Adm,

its love not only is fruitful tree Mr and Mrs. J. D. Cottrelland H..I I 11.2.IOIl I .F
spend a few moments reflecting on a a .. ...
GUARDS BEGIN Miss Gayle Sewell of Lee I 9 =., ,. _
reason for thanking Him, but at the same ----------- === t
important message: LIFE IN ARMORYContinued burg and Jennings Cottrell, Jr.,

) Text: 0 give thanks unto the Lord, for he time His redeeming love is greater reason a student at the University of
( from one)
for thanksgiving than the tree. So it is page Florida In Gainesville, are spend-
h is good. Psalm 107:1.Thanksgiving We Are
Now
giving for being under Presidential ing the Thanksgiving holidayshere Serving
to whom? We cannot with harvest-laden field, so with the jewel, orders they naturally abide with Mr and' Mrs. W, B. .

thank a fruitful tree or a productive fieldor so with the well-being of our bodies. Thanks- by Presidential proclamations. Sewell.

; It living giving to what never could be ; thanksgivingto The army'and moat other govern- a host
glittering jewel. requires a '
a ment agencies observed November Mi-, and Mrs. T. J. Griffin, who
person to receive thanks. If God were not Him forever must be. 22 as Thanksgiving, the day set have spent! several weeks In Jack-

; a personal God, all our professed thanksgiving While all of this could not be withouta aside by President Roosevelt For aonvlle at the home of their son- of
this reason the men are apt to and Dr. and
in-law daughter
would be self-delusion. It is of utmost humble need
Him sense
to on our part, miss out on Thanksgiving Day, Mrs. C. C. Mendoza returned here

4, ; 1t 'therefore because lie originated the fruits yet here we see man bestowing. He be- 1940,. unless they wisely celebratedlast yesterday. They were accom- satisfiedcustomers

and grains and vegetables, because He protects stows, to be sure, because he receives, but week. panied home by their little grand.son .

in the midst of life's dangers, because beyond adoring, he gives thanks. Here is The year of training or so Cliff Mendoza, who will remain -
far, at least Is by no means all until the last of the week. II '
lie gives salvation from life's guilt and ten thanks-giving. It is giving to Him who has drilling and marching. There are
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thousand other personal blessings, with i bestowed the "unspeakable" gift regular study periods when the Mr. and Mrs. A F. Sauls are
men take courses In military occupying the garage apartmentat
: courtesy and other phases of the site of their new home
: \: Pint Of Berries day. They were a welcome tight, OKIE PROBLEM military work. now under construction near the GOOD FOOD

George Strong, colored farmer calling forth visions of shipping LARGELY SOLVED The four reserves called Into F. A. Scott residence. The house

; of' the Lawtey section brought; season that will soon be bringing; (Continued from active service here are William belongs to Mrs. _Saul on CherrySt. .. In Clean, Sanitary SurroundingsWe
: the first pint of strawberries of additional dollars Into Bradford Page One) I A, Edwards William Rudolph ., has been rented by Capt. and
the new seamm to Starke Tuesmi County In the next few months. ers said, but the surroundings of :Andrews Thomas Clifford Hazen Mrs. M. C. Snyder of Jacksonville?
.', '.. __n the greatest migration of unemployed :-Jr." all of Starke, and Demetrlos who will move In'this week.
"I't : Florida has known were Zacharias of Lake Butler. The -,,' \ Specialize in
;,. : ., l" CLASSIFIED ADS still well night indescribable. other enlisted men undergoingtheir The Woman's Missionary Unionof
: Army officers wanted It made i year of training are Elmo the Baptist church held an all-
WANTKD-.: -Bean-fed steers. Will WHY SUFFER WITH ASTHMA plain that the jobless wanderersare :Struth James Dennis, Vincent Alvarez day meeting here Tuesday. The Home Made Chili

pay best prices -Green's Store when Mlnton's Remedy nine not In the camp but across I Al Kay Carlisle, Robert Rev A E. Lightfoot conductedthe Ga Ga
Starke Flu. 11-8 4tp 1893: has given relief to Asthma the traffic-jammed main highway. I Dobbs. Robert Long, Morris Jackson study class, and a foreign Ga
and Bronchial sufferers? Big The army tries officially to ignoreIts Walter Johnson A. W. Anderson mission book was studied entitled
16-ounce bottle $2 postpaid. unwelcome camp followers, but Jr., B/nnner aAd Tracy "Publish Glad Tidings." At noona BIGGEST HOT. DOGS IN TOWNJERRY'S
FOR SALE : Order now. Sarco Remedy Co., their presence persists In the dlf- ,Baker, John '"Crews, Theodore covered dish luncheon was a
Sidney, Ohio 11-9 4tp faculties they are causing. I Godge L H. Harper, L. O. Jones served In the church annex. a
Four-wheel trailer 7x18 ft. One of the main Okie groups Edwin Malone. Zack Myrlck I

1' Used show cases, 4, 6, and FOR SALE-31-acre farm with' is just a stone's throw from camp George; Sllcox Sam Simpson and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stratos and

8 ft. five good buildings, pecan' headquarters gate In a grove of .Joseph Walker Mr and Mrs. W. N. Carnaslon

Priced Right For Quick grove, potato crop, 4 acres in I scrub'" oaks alongside of "Soldier's Excellent discipline and a high are now occupying the Tappen
Sale strawberries. On Road 13, 3-. Joy the area's newest and rip- morale is noted in the companyand house. on Temple Avenue which
ml. north of courthouse.-Be roaring Jook. all of the men are apparently they recently purchased. Mr.
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GLASS Of' ALL KINDS Dell, Starke, Fla. 118 4tp There in ankle-deep sand they determined to make the most of Stratos and Mr. Carnaslon, for-
And Automobile glass Installed have moved In with the hogs and and gain the utmost knowledge' merly of Lakeland are the own- 151 Call Street
LARGE COMFORTABLE house mangy scavenging dogs, throwing from their of '
while you wait. year military In. era of Starke's new Park Theatre
for rent In Hawthorne, 26 ml. together any kind of flimsy struction. I'know under construction. po
lAke front lots on east shore. from Starke. Has 6 bed rooms. shelter they could. t I ,
of Santa Fe rake, four miler For details call or write Mrs. "There are In those woods

from Keynfone Height. lOCh: n. H .Matthews Hawthorne an officer directed this reporter, .
SCO ft/-Sold on easy term Fla. 11-8 4t I "but .if you go in there, you goby .

yourself. It wrings my heart
See BRADFORD
I BEAUTIFUL large bungalow even to look at 'em." COUNTY'S GREAT
JOE 1)I T.n.S ,GLASS I sites for sale on shore of Lake Sleep .Ground
438 N. SIIOl 9th. St. Santa Fe Handy to Camp People had cut oak boughsand
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l'hullt SU6 UuincH*'Hie, Fla. Bla.ndlng and less than one to stacked them up for shelter OUTSTANDINGEVENTAGRICULTURAL
two miles from Melroxe, shop- sleeping on the ground beneaththe

ping center, Churches, school, leaves. Others) had put sticksin

FOR SALE, -10-room house at and stores. Just the place for the ground and made houses --- INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION]!
Keystone Heights. Gas stove officers to locate their families out of feed sacks. Hundredswere ---

and gaa water heater.,--Mrs. Buy a large lot; build a nice I sleeping in and beneath

Paul Savage, Keystone Heights, bungalow. Lot may be bought, ramahackled automobiles.One .
Fla. If on terms If necessary. Address man found a hog pen madeof First Annual Bradford County

C, E. Pearsall, Melrose, Fla. hand-hewn rails. He coveredIt
FOR RUNTHouse at Ktnffsley 11-8 4tp over with sacks antI made his

Lake. Apply Mm. E S, Matthews home, cooking, eating and sleeping -
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Walnut St., Staike Fla. FURNISHED LAKE COTTAGESon !in the pen.
__ : tf Santa Fe Lake. Electric Dust from the continuously J

lights, running water. InquireF moving and enormous traffic casta FAIR
TOK. KKNTHouse on Lake Alto, thick pall over the place, givIng -
H. Lewis Santa Fe Beach,
15 minute drive from Starke, nearly everybody coughs and :
Earl ton, Florida five I miles
fully furnished, large liTl n"",
east of Waldo. 4t to 11-10 colds.Although
room and dining room four the WPA had pro-
bed rooms, bath, oil and wood vided rough toilet' facilities, a
FOR SALE Large al x- roo m
stoves, hot and cold water, number disregarded them.
house screened back porch, I
large fireplace) and Healrola Hogs, dogs and people were STARKE FLORIDA
large front porch, septic tank
electric refrigerator servant's electricity. Cheap for ca.th.- mixed all together, and yet the
house,' four-car garage, boat people were comparatively cheer ,
P. O. Box 12, Lawtey, Fla.
Rouse, good dock, bathing and 11-8 4t> ful about the whole thing. They
fishing. Inquire at. AlexanderA weren't begging. All they asked

Co". Staike, Fla. tf was talked a rapidly chance and to willingly work. They lined December 2nd To 7th

FOR
SALEStrawberry I'lants.
FOR SALE : up the kids for pictures.
E. M. Raulerson. Section
Lawtey
"We've got six youngsters hereIn
lip this tent," said a woman from Sponsored By American
IN GAINESVILLE Legion Post No. 56
WANTED Room and board with California "and we Intend ,to
bath, In Starke, for single man. build a cook shed."


Inquire, Bradford County Telegraph itp- FOOD BUSINESS PRODUCTS six The children Children young mother were Are ,living IHrty father in and a 6 BIG DAYS and NIGHTS 6

"'";ANU'r SEED: for sale, Florida space not eight feet square, covered "
Runner blight and sound $1 with tin slims, cardboardand ,
per bushel until January I, rugs. All the kids In sta.lr-I
Gut them now.-R .F. Demo- step sizes had running
Unlimited for FEATURING
opportunity expansion
rest Slarke, Fla. lip They were dirty and sand sores
around Starke and marred their pasty skins. They
KOK SAL.KlOillnon!: : phonograph were plainly undernourished and HOME
cabinet style 84 double records Camp Ulandlnjj-Profits now, --- FARM LIVESTOCK
grabbed hungrily; at nickels for --- EXHIBITS
disc style, selected$10 canh. -
See if owner doesn't work, $150.00 .- candy and gum at the jook.
It at home'
on
Hampton They were living like animals,
Beach road 1-2 mile from P. O. per month-If owner MERCHANTS
and to add to their misery, they and
-W, N. Brown. ltp MANUFACTURERS
works $250.00 per month- Inadvertently had got into a I
*1>K KKNT5room house swarm of yellow jackets. The
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Road 48 between Starke and Owned by lady who is tiredof mother said they should have COMMUNITY ANDVOMEN'S\

Camp BlundlngvArthur Mu"ohee Working Has six em- been more careful. CLUBS DISPLAYS ;
Starke, Fla. Itp She was unperturbed, and found
employes now humor enough to even smile at
FL.KASR H.ITUHN-valuable!: papers her condition.

(social security card, drivers "We're In too deep now to do Mighty
license, union card, etc.) in anything else" she explained."We Monarch Shows
11 brown bill folder belonging to SELL FOR $2.000 CASH come all the way from California .
George J. Smith. May returnto just for this."
Bradford, County Write P. O. Box 32 Arrive Ancient Cur I -
Telegraph.It
It was miraculous that they ; ON THE MIDWAY .
Or Telephone 991 here. Their
t ever got transportation -
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YOUNG MEN Several single was a 22-year-old Overland | 14 BIG
men wanted, between 18 and Gainesville Florida chassis that would put the old RIDES --- 16 BIG SHOWS 500 PIOPD
25. for retail tales work. In car In John Steinbeck's "Grapes __
Jacksonville territory. High of Wrath" to sham
school graduates with good LARGE ROOM -with privatebath I The car wasn't worth the junk Offering A Gigantic
1 1 character references. Good opportunity suitable for 4 men. Steam In It. It had no body or seata.just Array Of Amusements For Everyone

on permanent Job heat, Inner prln<< mattresses. three boards across the I
with, successful and responsible Early breakfast lunches packed chassis frame with Ma and PaIn SPECIAL EVENTS
Jacksonville firm. Write. 301 a good evening meal. $11.50 front and the kids three acroes, --- SOMETHING EVERY DAY
VI*. Bk. Bldx, Jacksonville, each. 730 Inn 730 College St., on the other two boards, their l
::1"1. 11-29 2t Jacksonville Fla. 11-2O 2tp feet dangling down by the un

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