Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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The home of Tile Sweetest Strawberries This Side of /leaven. "

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yg81ATy-THKICK tl'AKKU.! KUUK1UA. ,VKJItAY_ UKCKM1IKB m\:____ 6, 1940 NUMBER: SIX ,

Seeks U. S. to Spend I I, What Amusements Has Coney Isl ndlCot

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per I That We Haven't Got? 'Big Troop Movement

e SoldiersBlanding $7,500,000 Into' Camp Starts Dec. 131,1

[ A Month at Camp _..... _. ,
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lays Location Ideal I Army to Pay Off 9k Housing Project Two VolunteersGo Delay Granted f/./. ,

tor Entire Army $2,000,000 Every To BlandingSeeber'

30 Days to Soldiers At Request ;, :
orpsDivisions' For Hts. Wesley. Moody of New

Li States Senator Claude Officers estimated that Uncle Keystone River and Lee Bell Holder of

tates that he Is "doing Sam will spend about $7.500,000''' 1 I Smoker Bradford County's first
Of Col.
contribution'to selective Kelley
dug in my power" to get a month to keep Camp Blandlng k Orlando Realtor military

division of troops for running! : after all troops have arrived j To Build 100 Homos training; left the Armory In '.f
__ Starke at 1:45: afternoon
IBIandinR/ and construction Water
work Is Incomplete "
L recently inspecting the completed.The of Portable Type for Camp ,Blandlng where ,j
training reservation, a I they were lo undergo the physicalexamination And Sewerage Facil- ,i: i

T nay' senator said there 119.000-acre reservation Capt W, Kenneth Miller pro- and the various other sties Cause of Action {
f i junior whole Army corps still is In the process of being! \ inent Orlando architect will construct tests ,before learning definitely
be a
consisting of three converted from sand and woods 150 camp-like cottages on whether or not they would be Schedules' for units of the \I"
i there .
J.J. Two divisions alreadybeen into a tent city for 50,000 troops. Two shooting!' galleries, side by side on South Walnut Street doa a tract recently purchased ,near accepted by Uncle Sam. Thirty-First National Guard Dlvi- $ I

(: assigned to Camp There are some regular army II i rushing business. Not quite as much fun as shooting at Hitler Keystone Heights Both Moody and Holder were slon to leave for Camp Blandlng 'r;! : J

j but the third division Is I units here now and the first groupof would be but then it helps to push away- the time. The project, designed to attract volunteers, and if they are approved for a year's military training have J
jt&nnfng. Ga. selective service men from persons connected with t Camp there will be no need for been delayed one week under instructions '?,'' i; I

j third division I am deslr- Florida reported Wednesday. Blandlng.! wilt be financed by drafting anyone from this county from Army Fourthya':

I obtaining for Camp Blan- National guard units from FlorIda -i Miller and Mrs Miler i. in the current "go round." as Corps Area headquarters In At 'i'l

|he Bald 1. "is a highly mech- Alabama, Mississippi and -: --y't' : The cottages will be unique In. Bradford's quota'' waa only two. lanta.

stream-lined body of Louisiana will begin reporting December -' ",ui '. I that they may readily be dismantled Around 100 draftees have already In making the announcement t
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13. Troops from New f arrived at the from
It is In our Army what r ", and moved. It was said camp Adjutant General Vivian Collins f f
spr division' Is in the Ger- England will come about a month .. I also that they will embody many all sectional of Florida, and the said this 'means that each unit I'dwlU a J j
tmy' later of the moat modern architectural number will Increase dally until leave for Camp Blending exactly '

division consists of 20,000 $2,000,000 Month Payroll I features. It was understood the Florida' first quota' of 242 white one week later than was announced ," 1

i and men : Officers In the quartermaster's rental range would be from .960 men and 99 negroee'has been In- In a schedule released '

terraIn and conditions genial Corps estimated the monthly pay- '! to $90 per month. ducted Into the Army for a year previously. r

Camp Blanding are ex- roll will amount to about !m The land purchased by Miller of military training.Landing Fourth Corps Area headquarters ; ,

: favorable to the location! 000. The food bill IK $2,000.,1,I comprises about 60 acre. and la said "the progress of construction ,

i mechanized division, ac- reach more than $ : amonth. jaw- At located on State Road No. 68 Field at the camp was such" r

; to Senator Pepper. More than 30 carloads ofi e which Is still under construction, that the start of the induction of .,x'
Ideal Location food stuffs Including 3,100 gal- ,' about one and one-half miles fromKeystone Guardsmen from. Florida Ala- :,

Jere la no more Ideal lofin -I Ions of milk will roll Into the' ; Helghte.The bama, Mississippi and Louisiana j

the United States than II camp dally. I I tremendous influx of workers Slated For CountyBradford had to be postponed from Decem K y;

a i embraced in Camp Blan- In addition to maintaining the ... -:>>1"\' and families of the camp per- ber 6 to December 13

I Senator Pepper asserted. tent city proper with Its hospitals ,. i/,!ft''' ,'\, ,. sonnel bas'created a housing Included Col. R. H. Kelley, Blandlng
|iJ Is high and dry, yet In- I mess halls recreation centers ad- ....:.:.....t. :a. A.; shortage In the area around the 'in' commander, recommended that ar'I

.ed with many lakes of ministration buildings and supply huge Army training center, and Project Con rival of the Guardsmen be de'J'J
[cauty, In some places depots, the ; quartermaster corps1| In front of a tented skating rink 'two Camp Blnndlrg soldiers' when troops move In the situation cerning Air Hase layed<< because "we are not .quit 'I :

jare ravines so deep that must care for 60 miles of Improved -, wait for two dates to nkaie. I may become more acute. Bradford sure the water and sewerage facl- '
h\e troops a terrain that roads 400 miles of unimproved Miller, who will be stationed at County will get anemergency HtlM Will be ready by December

parable to the mountain roads, 15 miles of railway Camp Blandlng Is now In Birmingham landing field Under a 4, especially It we have some bad ,
In the training advantages 180 miles of main line sewers 200 I! (' Ala., on military duty. project sponsored by the Navy weather."
Department and approved I I. t]
I The St. Johns River nearer -
miles of waterlines and Under the revised
many> I week by President schedule I
Roosevelt and
.Ideal opportunity" for other facilities I| Who's Who Shapes Up the WPA.; troops will start moving to Blan..
In streams
crossing Maj. Harry um.., camp quart- In The'proJtct, calling for an expenditure ding December 13 and completethe j
(tor Pepper said he and Camp Personnel
n, Sumter 1. Lowry of ermaster, will direct about 2.0001' \ of $1784.379 provides movement on ,December ,22,
troops and ;350 civilians: -all work-I for the H I Improvement of groundsand Although water' ,and sewerage I ;
rille recently 'vlfited "a I AS order begins. to, appear out '
Ing to keep the training center facilities facilities have caused some delay
of Southeastern j
|it( In the Cznap Blandtng the apparentthough; not" ac
i running smoothly,, n a1..cbao."wb.lch Naval Air.,Bus* near Jacksonville, the remainder of the camp #Js taking !
,that locitlyn'of! th" jlivl-: *. Jrv, ,,' ,f necessalrly at- t with .st 6a. rapidity. ;
id 1 atneprggg'1ris'sJteC [ ::; ( : J: tended I' the first .etagas'4tf.' uUi$. 1Ud", ,for h t\ nvparntlon' of shape + nil I

Army authorities: WhenIt InspectidRuiiFor ,tit'"CAmp/ma.I',:/ .:ltHsnn. +gs'41ar' emergency landing fields In Diivaf, Lee. than two .,months ago this I
''' Clay, Nassau, flt. johns, Bradford site ,.vas".' big plte of sand and
I am confident they coma; 'less( Cffequent; and the, pas:
\ convinced that no better Southern TrainThe sonnet of .the station complementIs Putnam Flagler, Union, swampland, part Jungle and part
i can be found." : nowjjust about what It' will II Baker, Columbia Alachuu, and barren wasteland. A group 'of

Ulrd division, Senator,Pep- Southern Railway Sunday'afternoon .,v be when the camp Is functioningat I Marlon counties. army officers and engineers arrived -
its first
operated passenger here, suitcases In
hand to
flared, would be a natural full force. "
train Into Camp Blandlng) : Tumblin Conducts attempt the task of building
Thai a
I to the two- divisions! as- eWhile station complement consists -
over G. S. & P tracks from Ther- I 4 'center
Ito the reservation, and to of those who are responsible training large enough to
essa. The G. S. & F. is a Here'j. 'accommodate
Idquaiters of the Tactical Southern-owned line. Officials of I ;:. for actual operation of the 40,000 men.
|which Is now established camp Top officers are: There was no rail connection
the the of Starke and i S. Tumblin, Tampa -
Army City evangelist
nvllleI Starke enjoy Its BIGGEST boom, the Caravan of Wonders Headquarters detachment! within seven miles and the only
aboard the train: Is now series
I His Great Future for the, railway although were freight has been'' attracts passers-by with 'a collection of the SMALLEST things ,In. ,Col. R. H. Kelley post commander of services In the Christian it Church road to''Htarke,' the nearest (town
or ; Lieut. Col. T. J. Collins was bumpy and so narrow that
| said the
Pepper scc- the world.
moving over the line for about Isix I building on W. Call St, The services
|!the state in which Camp- commanding officer, headquarters two cars could scarcely pass each
weeks Sunday's train was Ins are held at 10 a. m. and '
[ Is located Is destined to I detachment; Lieut. Col. R. K 7:30 other on It.
the nature of an inspection i : p. m. during the week, and
greatest Army training Smathers. post executive; Major at 11 a. m. on Sundays Mr After the contract was let construction -
I Among those on' the train were i Allen H. ,Brown Major T, C. Holland
America because the na- STEP INSIDE' Tumblin Is assisted b Glenn went Into high gear Im
Ithe Col. R. H. Kelley, post comn' and y
MaJ. H. Johnson
ground Its chap- mediately. More than 20,000
proximity .. .. Ctawford, song lead II,'. men
Col. Lennlcr1Larson .' .. .
etatf II
i and rivers the avall- der and his ; -- ( .vat- lains; Capt. R H. Russell, post The evangelist her lived In were hired In short order and

jof railroad facilities, the constructing quarter-1 ,adjutant. Tampa for the past 30 and supervlnors of the project set out
t1 of a large city like master and staff; Mayor NJ, D.I Capt. A. T. Oliver, post. '' billet was a business man for years 20 to transform the 119,000'cre reservation

pville and yet the relative Wainwright of Starke; H. ing officer;. Capt. J. L. Cooper, years Into an army training
Accepting the call to preech, Mr.
: '
cOil I IKela.
Smith, representing mess officer; First Lieut. R. F
i of the camp area, Itself ndl I Tnmblin has traveled extensively camp..
consulting McBride officer Second
fly of. training which can supply : for ten year. through the states. Land was cleared and drained
Blandlng Lieut. R. G. Lieut. Milo S. Gardner
n ,
that area all combinee and : and several of the Islan-U. He and many miles of road were
: In the early mapping adjutant R. S.
It ; Capt. Ryder
an Ideal location for does not stress any special creedor paved. A saw-mill was hurriedly
raining, engineering of the area, and the post signal officer; Capt, W, T.
doctrine and says his mission constructed and a railroad track
officials I-
aid following Southern Railway Gayle, CWS officer R.
post Capt.
the ;
constructlolpro- Is to preach the Word of God. run from Starke to the reservation -
proceed InK so rapidly and : i I R. Conner; post> .nglneer officer; The general public U Invited to .
ally that it would be re- E. R. Oliver of Washington, First Lieut. ,W Blrdsong engineer attend the meetings and a special
In charge of traffic property officer Second Lieut. E. The Saw-mill was developedInto
way to provide for theal vice president ; Invitation Is extended to the
division. ; F. H. Brown of Macon Ga., A. Tlner post ordinance off Iced; visitors a pre-fabrlratlng plant for
3 and soldiers as well as making parts of buildings In a
corps will vice president; D. W. Brosnan of Maj Harry Culling, post quarter-
not be com- the business and professional men can'turn
I single morning the plant
F. .
However until this third Macon. superintendent; C. DBa te/ of the city.Delay .
to established there. I Lauer of 'Jacksonville, assistant Reception center; out many completed-buildings: to

t it Is Just a question of freight traffic manager, and J. H:I Lieut. Col. T. E. Ryder commanding be hauled away piecemeal in

Mil the Army authorities Bolen of Valdosts Ga., -division j i ,.... officer, Lieut. Col. C, N. GrantedIn trucks and put together on chosen
w sites.
the wisdom of locating freight agent. Touart and MiiJ. J. I. Laird. Brown CaseThe
Medical: It was In making walls and
"visions fechanlzed and unit In with the Soon Miss Anna Fay palmist sits In a tent on Call Street beside her Col. L. nProust t. post surgeon case of Artford Drown of; frameworks for the 10,000 tents

Tactical Corps the headquart-vicinity Work Starts collection of bric-a-brac. With each purchase the customer gets a ; Lieut. Col. W T. Wenninger. Sampson City, charged with second needed for sleeping quarters that

concluded. I On Roberts Building "fiee reading." Post Exchange: degree murder in connectionwith I the mill really proved Its worth.

Mal H. E. McGaffey. post exchange the death of Joseph A. Peter- The mill produces hundreds of

Accepts Construction will start at an Sturke is now officer. son, Jr., In Jacksonville on July wall sections. each three feet high

early date on a modern building I I)I throughthe : Finance department: 7th has again been postponed. and 16 feet lone, each day In addition -

o Banquet to be constructed on Temple ,' going; "honky tonk" r'! 'i4 "' M' .y Ik Lieut. Col. H. A. Wear, pout Originally set for Tuesday. the to frames and floors.
Avenue Just south of Smith's I) rapid'e- n ) I finance officer case was continued for the term The bottleneck was material.It .
i of Its i
University of Florida Garage for J. P. Roberts of.I.', stagedevelopment 1 ',r "lOA' l %' N'' t Provost marshal: on the motion of defense counselon could not be kept flowing to
coach has accepted ana Brooker. Fred E. Clayton Gainesville : J Col. L. A. Goodrich, provost the plea that chief counsel for Starke fast enough no Col. R. If.

to be present at the engineer and contractor, was ,,'man' Every and pop peanut com. marshal MaJ. W. E. Hulbert and the man, an Alachua County attorney Kelley recommended to the war

Booster Club banquet to successful bidder on the $ .400'i' vender within a v3Ct Maj. T. W. Rogers, assistants, would find it Impossibleto department that arrival of the
here Monday night Del structure. It will be 50 feet wide' of a Range officer: I be In the Criminal Court of guard be delayed 10 days from

iiun., in the Womans. Club by 80: feet deep and will be oft thousand radius miles I I V Maj. V, A. Kctor, field artillery Record on that date according to the December 4 date

i concrete c9W+tructlon, (i'has heard the 1T i range officer; Maj E., B the announcement. I I I

banquet Is being given In Mr. Roberts l. who Is agent!: for i, boom town stories p+ "p Scott, assistant field artillery Judge Bryan Simpson grantedthe Woman's Club Dance
Pr the
1940 B. H. S. foot- Packard. Dodge commercial can j' has hurried 4 ? range officer; Maj. T. A, Carlton, motion County Solicitor

P hers; and it Is hoped that all and Dodge trucks also Plymouth here and to cash In ''h ,,, Infantry range officer. Wayne 11:. Rlpley announcing a ; Next Friday
of the squad will be states that the new trial date would be set on
All football fans are la.J passenger will cars.be divided into a on the Concesdons easy Engineering Unit December 24, plea day for the One of the moat eagerlyawaitedsocial
J join the building money. events of the winter season
Booster Club :, how for automobiles, a such as t next term of court.
annual dues of one dol-'' room a stock room a. Arrived Yesterday Brown U at liberty under will take place Friday night. December
office In
lade| attendance at the I private department, and a, those seen $5.000 bond.Miami 13. When members of the
service station of ,, I
this group Starke Woman's Club will be
not decided Althouch'Jh, } main body of Na
He has ti
1 K. Jenkins. president of repair what shop.kind; of gasoline and I I pictures tional.Guardsmen will not beginarrlvlne Attorney Here hostesses at a dance given In the
sanizatlon, has announced yet sprung upon "at. Camp Blanding until I club auditorium.
be used. lot
e annual election of of- oil will be In : every vacant i next Friday', December 13, a small Alan Roth of the firm of Tobin Ted Sherwood and His Flor-I\
"m be held following the Mr. Roberts expects to |I In town. At right group' Including 10 officers and A Tobin Realty Association Inc. Idlans. one of the most popular
by Jan. I for ften"
business "three
his new place of "J. P. Is a stands 180 enUst *men. came from Mississippi Is locating In Starke to handle .I dance ,orchestras In this part of

Planned. to serve a turkey 10. It will be" named photo r yesterday. the Interests here of various the state will furnish the music
"with all the trimming." Roberts Motors. I which does alandoff < + These men were advance engln- Miami Beach Investors. Mr. Roth and members of the club will act

Ice buslI eerin. :'tjnits- and will be put to has .been In Florida for 25 years I.. hostesses for ,the- evening.
g Convention New Rotary Members I I ness, e s p eclally work mapping the artillery ranges,i and his firm has been In continuous A cordial Invitation Is extendedto

J. C. on Saturdays. operating' )he map reproducing real estate activity In Miami all visitors in town, and to the
tan County Singing Two new members and Bill Soon these places plant, and, handling all map reproduction -, and the state of Florida for 26 Camp Blandlng army personnelto
meets 'at Corinth Hoover, photographer will be replaced"by f Incident to the functioning year Mr. Roth's office will be come and get acquainted at
ChurCh on Sunday, Dec Stephens. B. H. S. athletic coach. businesses. of , of the camp. 'located on the second floor o( this event '

.er will be served on the were welcomed Into the Rotary Wed- a more substan"a YYWri'ifa11aA4'e; _w y?.. I The unit la commanded by Col.J' the building now occupied by the Admission will be 11.23 per t'

'dted and the public is cor- Club at the regular luncheon tlal type. Harry Hulen of Jackson. Miss. 'Denmark Furniture Co. couple.I .
to attend. nesday.



i' ', '1lY FRiU.SYt lI
n n u.
1 Mrs. L. A. Davis returned were

assurance for the future, that thanksgiving protected moving wheels. Kidd Transferred Sunday morning from Montgomery church charter lIiell1bel'l

I,, .r S +tJ I II Ttie Bradford County Telegraph( can really be.Thanksgiving. I They moved' all the way across Lt. Richard 0. Kldd, of the Ala., where she attended the 191$. At when the it was '
pint afteraoapathe
_. ., the continent by the quart Headquarters Convention of the United
General '
-- with r
-- --- ? We cannot pencil I what- National G u a jl
-FstnbUebdd and teacupful of gasoline will
1871 been trans- Daughters of the Confederacy. : per
and paper draw a diagram of it. We cannot ever they could get with odd Detachment berthas;,Anti-Tank Com After the convention she visited hear Rev George F &olt
to the DeW
1 VEABEFtn with tapeline measure it. We cannot! jobs along the route.' ferred, 124th Infantry, with headquarters several noted places In Alabamaand sor In SoUthern COllege
..ti "And here we are: the woman pany former ,
; yt : PRESS ASSOCIATION with scales weigh it. That conscious sense' said. "What're we' going to do? In Jacksonville. Georgia, among them being pastor
the Warm, Springs Foundation for .
-L of God who provides, must fill the space: My husband flncjy got a Job at the relief of infantile paralysis. z 4 '1'1110: ('(it --
etward 7 loJds ere thanksgiving can occur. Dismiss the the camp, but the first day he ThallksgivillgJIl'ssage 11.\i'ott JUagoi'rTr' << _
mashed his hand Now, he's laid ( 1111,
Llghtfoot, pas- We note In the Florida Chris- r-r: HJo: lTA're \.
PubMithed Weekly on Fridays and Entered a* Seed recognition of Him, and thanksgiving can- up." The Rev A. E. MAT GAT: : .,.' II',
Church here, Advocate of November 21
,, ; CIwMt Matter at the Poet Office at Starke, Fta.HIIBSC'KIPTION not breathe, much less sing. But with this This was just one family. There tor of the Baptist tian "..c.......<1
It's was guest speaker at the Rotary the following about Methodist NOT'.Jo; 1'.,
hundreds like It here. "
"-- ---- gift of God-God in Jesus Christ as Saviour are luncheon Wednesday. He ministers who at one time lived You and "I"IIF-IIIT..
PJlY =G t KATK Incredible to hose who haven'tbraved Club by notlrl"d each yea a
Advance thanksgiving fairly monopolizes the field. In all dl- stressed the fact that we take time here: "The Rev. John James allY claim, and Inquired I Ie
in '
,Y,6 y d Yearly '1.50; Rix Mouths, 7 Payable the traffic jams this or either demands'' .*'
of the of
especially Rooks, pastor Trinity
t ,+ Advertising" Rate on Application Christ received as Saviour results in rectlonti to see It to be thankful the KMtat ,v"u,f may tiav.
community Is en- Church In St. Peters- "" .
Methodist .
Fires of the Okie camps light year when the necea"eU. 11\1. ..I t."alrt
such abounding thanksgiving that it even the for miles, making joying such prosperity.Mrs. burg, was in Dunedin assistingin the County ,' /'L
highway County t Florida"
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. Court houM *i at K.hl"hufthe .

( ; ti The One 'Who Deserves Thanks the field to yield or the jewel to be dis- palmetto thickets and scrub oaks. E. E. Canova, accom- '[ Home Coming Day was recently the within date eight or thr t,.ui". '"Ktrke. man,
F, ; her son and daughterInlaw observed in Dunedin, with the rhxt. '
t The itself Is lined with panied by thIN notice !'"""''
The following brief sermon by Dr. covered, for it does "in everything give Can- Jo'h: claim'
sleepers and pedes train migrants.But Mr. and Mrs i Rev. Laurie G. Ray as the guest must be I ht, Writing! l "'
? of the Bible Institute thanks. Christ received and He is family of Gainesville the place of r..ld..nc.. -n. < m
Henry Ostrom, Moody "more it Is something the whole I ova, and their preacher. It was the first home floe address ur the. and
I In
in Chicago brings a very important thought than all," and that means not only that if state should know about, said spent Thanksgiving Canova Day coming celebration the Dunedin his must I be $Wrn II,> t by claln the .
Mrs. "t hi
l lar, 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 would finally son-in-law Tallahassee and with daughter, Mr and church bad. ever observed and It .to lhisaw.alf..nt\. \ Le., .ulne aUorno VOid e

; L to forget in this day of fast living, and lost, but that if we had all else He wouldbe I leave, it will be something Mrs. G. I* Patten. was an Inspiring success The T Harry 281h K day AII'lant..t Severe,

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 of U..c.the>ll.MUll Estate. nl AURU.I Ad,,F

spend a few moments reflecting on its love, not only is a fruitful tree a(I GUARDS Mr. and Mrs.Sewell J. D. of Cottrelland Lees- 11
{ BEGIN Miss Gayle
L important message: reason for thanking Him, but at the same I LIFE IN ARMORY\ burg and Jennings Cottrell Jr.,

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

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

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

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

therefore because He originated the fruits yet here we see man bestowing. He be- 1940. unless they wisely celebratedlast yesterday. They were accom- t satisfiedcustomers

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

in the midst of life's dangers, because beyond adoring he gives thanks. Here is ,far The, at least year, of Is by training no means or all so Cliff until Mendoza the last of who the will week.remain 1I ,

He gives salvation from life's guilt and ten thanks-giving. It is giving to Him who has drilling and marching. There are l

ti thousand other personal blessings, with I bestowed the "unspeakable" gift, regular study periods when the I Mr. and Mrs. A F. Sauls are
men take courses In military occupying the garage apartmentat
\:; ', -'f'',,;.' courtesy and other phases of the site of their new home J
\.,, ". ,.;'.<:-" Pint Of IterriesGeorge I day. They were welcome. sight, OKIE PROBLEMLARGELY military work. now under construction near the GOOD FOOD

;-. :: 'I'' ",t:'I Strong, colored farmer calling forth visions of shipping SOLVED The four reserves called into F. A. Scott residence The house .
: ''', 'U of'' the Lawtey section, brought season that will soon be bringing Continued active service here are WilliamA. belongs to Mrs, Saul on Cherry In Clean, Sanitary SurroundingsWe
,''r 1 7' ," the first pint of strawberries of additional dollars Into Bradford ( from Page One) Edwards, William Rudolph St., has been rented. by Capt. and
"I ,-\,.,:. the new season to Starke TueaCLASSIFIED- County In the next few months.WHY ers said but the surroundings of Andrews, Thomas Clifford Hazen, Mrs. M. C. Snyder of Jacksonville,.
the greatest migration of unemployed Jr., all of Starke, and Demetrlos who will move in'this week.
> i Florida has known were Zacharias of Lake Butler. The 1 I Specialize in
,( ,: : ADS still well night Indescribable. other enlisted men undergoingtheir The Woman's Missionary Unionof
Army officers wanted It made year of training are Elmo the Baptist church held an all-I
Home Made
WANTED- -Roan-fed steers Will SUFFER WITH ASTHMA plain that the jobless wanderersare Struth, James Dennis, Vincent Al- day meeting here Tuesday The I Chili

pay beat prices..-Green's Store, when Minton's Remedy nine not In the camp, but across varez, Al Kay Carlisle, Robert Rev A. E, Lightfoot conducted
Starke Fla.. 11-8 4tp 1805 has given relief to Asthma the traffic-jammed main highway. Dobbs, Robert Long, Morris Jackson :the study class, and a foreign
and Bronchial sufferers Big The army tries officially to IgnoreIts Walter Johnson, A, W. Anderson mission book was studied! entitled
Ifl-ounce bottle $2 postpaid unwelcome camp followers, but ( Jr, B/unner and> Tracy "Publish Glad Tidings." At noona BIGGEST HOT DOGS IN TOWNJERRY'S

FOR SALE : Order now. Sarco Remedy Co., their presence persists In the difficulties Baker, John '''Crews, Theodore covered dish luncheon was

Sidney, Ohio 11-9 4tp they are causing. Godge, L. H. Harper, L. O. Jones, served in the church annex. t. ,
Four-wheel trailer 7x18 ft. One of the main Okie groups Edwin Malone, Z a c k Myrlck, I

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. Carnaston
Priced Right For Quick grove, potato crop, 4 acres In scrub oaks alongside of "Soldier'sJoy Excellent discipline and a high are now occupying the Tappen
Sale strawberries On Road 13, 3-4 ,'" the area's newest and rip- morale Is noted In the companyand house on Temple Avenue which
t ml. north of courthouse.-Bea roaring Jook.- all of the men are apparently they recently purchased. Mr.
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

while you wait. LARGE COMFORTABLE house mangy scavenging dogs, throwing from their year of military in- ers of Starke's new Park Theatre
for rent In Hawthorne, 26 ml. together any kind of flimsy Btruction. I now under construction. i
Lake front lotn on east shore from Starke. Has 6 bed rooms. shelter they could. "" I f 22,2 SZ4'25Z5Z52525Z2525 5Z5'1.5'C525151'
of Santa Fe Lake, four melee For details call or write Mrs. "There are In those woods,"

train Keystone Height. 100 I). H. Matthews, Hawthorne, an 'officer directed this reporter, .
SCO ft.-Hold on easy term. Fla. 11-8 4t "but If you go In there, you go ,
by yourself. It wrings my heart
BEAUTIFUL large bungalow even to look at 'em."
JOE PETER'S= ,GLASS sites for sale on shore of Lake Sleep on.Ground<<
438 N. SHOP 9th. St. Santa Fe. Handy to Camp People had cut oak boughsand

< Vbmw, 806 OaineNVlllr, Fla.i handing and less than one to stacked them up for shelter, OUTSTANDINGEVENTAGRICULTURAL
two miles from Melrose:\. shop sleeping on the ground beneaththe
ping center. Churches, school, leaves. Others had put sticksin
i FOR SALK- -10-room house! at and IItore8. Just the place for the ground and made houses --- INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION!
Keystone Height! Gas stove officers to locate their families. out of feed sacks. Hundredswere ---

and gall water heater.-MM'. Buy a large lot; build a nice sleeping In and beneath
Paul Savage, Keystone Heights, bungalow. Lot may be bought ram hackled automobiles.
Fla. t f on terms If necessary. Address One man found a hog pen made First Annual Bradford County
C, R. Pearsall, Melrose Fla, of hand-hewn rails. He coveredIt
ron NT.HoIIRe at K Inutile; 11.8 4tp over with necks and made his
Lake. Apply Mm. E. S. Mat home, cooking eating and sleeping -

thews, Walnut St., Starke, FURNISHED LAKE COTTAGESon in the pen.
Santa Fe Lake. Elt'ctrlelight. Dust from the continuously
r' ., running water. Inquire moving and enormous traffic cast "FAIR
"OK RKNT-House on Lake Alto, I
a thick pall over the
F. H. Lewis, Santa Fe Beach, .
15: minute drive from Starke,
Earlton. Florida, five mile ing nearly everybody coughs and v
fully furnished I large living cold
east of Waldo. 4t to 11-1 I
room and dining room, four Although the ''WPA had pro-
bed rooms, bath, oil and wood vided I
rough to lid facilities, a
FOR SALE six-room
loves, hot and cold waterlarge number disregarded them. I
house, screened back porch,
fireplace and Heatrola. large front porch, septic tank, Hogs, dogs and people were j STARKE FLORIDA
electric refrigerator, servant'snouotv mixed all
electricity. Cheap for ca..h.- together, and yet the
four-car boatHouse
garage P. O. Box 12, Lawtey. Fla, people were comparatively cheerful ,
good dock, bathing and about the whole thing. They
ftuning. Inquire at. AlexanderIt 11-8 4tp weren't begging. All they asked

Co., Starke, Fla. tf was a chance to work. They December 2nd To 7th

FOR SALE. -Strawberry Plants. talked rapidly, and willingly lined
FOR SALE the kids for
i:. M. Raulerson. Lawtey Sec : up pictures.

tion. Up IN GAINESVILLEFOOD: "We've this tent got," said six youngsters a woman from herein Sponsored By American Legion Post No.. 56

WANTEDRoom and board, with California, "and we intend to
bath. In Starke, for single man. build a cook shed."
Inquire Bradford County Telegraph Children Are Dirty
itp The young mother, father and
BUSINESS six children were living In a 6 BIG DAYS and NIGHTS 6
I'KANUT ShED: for sale, Florida space not eight feet square covered ,.:
Runner, bright and sound. SI with tin signs, cardboardand ))0 .
per bushel until January 1. I'' rugs. All tha UIHa in ..at-)
Get them now -.R ,F, Demo- step tIh running noses. !
rest, Starke, FIR itpXR : Unlimited opportunity for expansion They were dirty and sand sores FEATURINGHOME

SALK: hjdlson. phonograph around Starke and marred their pasty skins. They

cabinet disc style style delected$10, 84 double records cash Camp Illandinjj-Profits now, were grabbed plainly hungrily undernourished at nickels and for -- FARM LIVESTOCK --- EXHIBITSMERCHANTS

See It at home on Hampton If owner doesn't work, 150. candy and gum at the jook.

Beach road 1-2 mile from P. O. 00 month-If owner They were living like animals,
per and to add to their : and
-W N, Brown. itp misery, they 1 MANUFACTURERS
works, $250.00 per month- Inadvertently had got into ai I
"OK RKNT'- .room house o n swarm of yellow jackets. The
Road 48 between Owned by lady who Is tiredof mother said COMMUNITY
Starke and I they should have AND WOMEN'S\
Camp Blunding.-. -Arthur Murr. Working Has six em- been more careful.
hoe, Starke,. Fla. Itp : She was unperturbed, and found
employes now. humor enough to even smile at
PLEASE RETURN valuable pap- her condition.

era (social security card, drivers "We're In too deep now to do
Mighty Monarch
license, union card etc} In anything else" she explained. Shows
brown bill folder belonging!!: !!: to "We come all the way from Call-
Ceorge J. Smith. May returnto fornia Just for this"
Bradford County Telegraph.It Write P. O. Box 32 Arrive In Ancient Car .

t It was miraculous that they ON THE MIDWAY
Or Telephone 991 ever got here. Their transportation

\ YOUNG men wanted MEN, Several between 18 single and Gainesville Florida chassis was that a 22-year-old would put Overland the old 14 BIG RIDES --- 16 BIG SHOWS 500 PEOPU

I !5. for retail sales work. In car In John Steinbeck's "Grapesof -
1, Jacksonville territory. High Wrath" to shame.
school graduates with good LARGE ROOM-with private I The car wasn't worth the 'Offering A Gigantic
character references. Good opportunity bath suitable for 4 men. Steam In It. It had no body or Array Of Amusements For Everyone

on permanent job heat, Innerspring mattresses ,just three boards across Junk//
with successful and responsible Early breakfast, lunches packed, I chassis frame with Ma and SPECIAL '
Jacksonville firm. Write 301 a good evening meal. $11.50 I In front and the kids three across, EVENTS --- SOMETHING. EVERY DAYi'
, Jo'1&, Bk, Bldg., Jacksonville each. 730 Inn. 730 College St., In the other two boards their'
.l.. 11-29 2t Jacksonville, Fla.. 11-20 2tp I feet dangling down by the un-J:J

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tilT1' THRldit rrAKKl1. ...LOIUIJ.... IrlUt1A1', UI\CEMU..t\: : 8, IHO! :NUMBER: SIX -1 i ,;

a Seekse U. S. to Spend i I';That What We Amusements Haven't Got Has? Coney Island!Got iBigTroop"! Ji


",, e Soldiers $7,500,000 !Into' Camp Starts Dec. 3 11 i '

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,.Io I, fending A Month at CampArmy _

" Location Ideal to Pay Off Two Volunteers Delay Granted .3 I j

rH ,js I Housing Project .kl
W\ for Entire Army $2,000,000 Every Go To Blanding D

I |orps-3 Divisions 30 Days to Soldiers For Seeber' Wesley Moody of New At Request f '1:
Claude Keystone River and Lee Bell Holder of
Stales Senator Officers estimated that '
ed Uncle ;
Brooker, Bradford County's first 1't;
that he Is "doing Sam will I
tales spend about $7.1>00.000 Of Col. KelleyIncomplete
ucj in my power" to get a month to keep Camp Blanding Orlando Realtor to selective military .[ :i
training; left t h e Armory In
division of troops tor running after all troops have arrived 1 To Hiiihl 100 Homes Staike at lt':; 6 Wednesday afternoon t
feundlnK/ and construction Water
work Is
of Portable for Blanding where
lr recently Inspecting theIny completed.The Type ,. J
And Sewerage Facilities
training reservation, St I they were to undergo the physical ,
senator said there 119.000-acrn reservation! Capt. W Kenneth Miller pro- examination and the various other Cause of Action .t
junior still la In the process of being I inent Orlando architect, will construct tests ,before learning definitely i
I be a whole Army of corps three converted from sand and woods 150 camp-like cottages on whether or not they would be Schedules for units of the J I:j

| !there Two. consisting divisions already .Into a tent city for 50,000 troops Two shooting galleries. side by side on South Walnut Street, doa a tract recently purchased .near accepted by Uncle Sam. Thirty-First National Guard Division .I} .
There are some regular I Keystone Heights. Both and Holder to leave for '!
army Moody were Camp Blandlng .f
rushing business Not Hitler
[teen assigned/ to Camp quite as much fun as shooting at
units here now and the first groupof The volunteers, and If they are for a year's military training have 1
but the third division 1111 would be, but then it helps to PUSH' away the, time. project designed to attract approved :
GaIlblrd selective service men from persona connected with Camp there will be no need for been delayed one week under Instructions .o

!Benning.division I am desir- Florida reported Wednesday. I Blandlng will be financed by drafting anyone from thla countyIn from Army Fourth "qt"": 1 1.
National units the current "go round" Corps. Area, headquarters in At '
guard from Florida Miller and Mrn. Miler as
obtaining for Camp Blan- .... d, .
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Alabama, l e'n -t--' ,"" "'t'r.7' .7\1\ !': Bradford's quota waa only two lanta. .
Mississippi! and
mechRtreamlined The cottages will be In
|he Raid, "Is a highly ., .. ; unique
Louisiana will .' ); \! -. I Around 100 draftees have already -
[ body of begin reporting December ,:, that they may readily be dismantled In making ,the announcement .
It Is In our Army what 13. Troops from New ... .I"'t ".. ." ,' and moved.:' It was said arrived at the camp from I Adjutant ,General Vivian Collins .,

ier' division In in the Ger- England will come about a month j I also that they will embody manyof all sections of Florida, and the I said this. mrans that each unit ..' ,'
later, s the most modern architectural number will Increase dally until will leave for Camp Blanding exactly

roy'llvlsion consists of 20,000 $2,000,000: Month Payroll features. It was understood the Florida's first quota of 242 white one week later than was announced .

i and men. Officers in the quartei'master's rental range would be from .$60 men and 99 negroes has been Inducted In a schedule released : i.prevloulllY. i.

[terrain and conditions gent Corps estimated the monthly pay to $90 per month. of Into the Army. for a year I jl J
military tralnlae.Landing '
] t Camp Blanding are ex- roll will amount, to about The land, purchased by Miller Fourth Corps I Area headquarters -

; favorable to the location 000. The food bill Is $2'000'-1 comprises about 60 acres and Is saId "the progress! of con- I ."

i mechanized division, ac- reach more than $ : a kuku- located on State Road No. 68, Field struction at the camp was such" GI

| to Senator Pepper. month. More than 30 carloads of j ae which Is still under construction, that the start of .the induction of j

Ideal Location food stuffs including 3,100 gallons -| '& about one and one-haif miles from Guardsmen from Florida Ala- ,

rs Is no more Ideal loin of milk, will roll into the I Keystone Heights. bama, Mississippi. and Louisiana .

| the United States than camp daily. I I w The tremendous Influx of workers Slated For County had to be postponed from December I
: 6 to December 13Col .
i embraced( In Camp Blan- In addition to maintaining the' and families of the camp psr- ',t

|Senator Pepper asserted.d tent city proper with its hospitals,I'' .. (.$;'. ,,'JL 11'-1'r., ". sonnel hall'created .a housing Bradford Included I R. H. Kelley. BlandinI'J/ ,

I Is high and dry, yet in- mesa halls, recreation centers, administration .w .'::::.:. z shortage In the area around the ''in Project Con commander, recommended that ar-'I '

d with many lakes of buildings and supply huge Army training center, end rival of the Guardsmen be delayed l., .
auty. In some places, depots the 1 quartermaster corps)j' In front of a tented skating rink, 'two Camp Blandlrg soldiers when troops move In the situation cerning Air Base because "we are .not 0 quite .

re ravines so deep that must care for 60 miles of Improved wait for two dates to kale, v I may become more acute. Bradford will sure the water and sewerage facilities .
f\'. troops a terrain that roads, 400 miles of unimproved f Miller, who will be stationed at County field get an will be ready by December

[parable to the mountainthe roads, 15 miles of railway Camp Blandlng, Is now In Bir emergency project sponsored landing by the under Navy a 4, especially If we have some bad I

> training advantages 180 miles of main line sewers, 200 1 mingham. Ala., on military duty..Who' Department and approved I a a, t weather.Unde'r r ,
|The St Johns River nears revised
the schedule
miles of waterlines and week by President, Roosevelt and
Jdeal opportunity for other facilities. many aI Who Shapes Up the WpA\ troops will start moving to Blan, r3 j ".,
[ In crossing atreama.7 ding December 13 and complete) 'I:
Maj.' Harry lllns, camp quart The project calling for an ex-
lor Pepper laid he and In Camp Personnel, the movement on December 22.
ermaster, will direct; about 2,0001 I pendltum. \ of $784,379.00 provides
Sumter L.. L wry of troops and 350: civilians-all work-I 1 .; YT for the 11mprovement of'grounds Although water';and sewerage ,: ;;
I order
rille AS out
recently -visited ,"a begins to appear
facilities have caused. I
lag to keep the training center and facilities *f the Southeastern some'delay
Itfta In the Cmap Blanding of the apparent though,: not IC- remainder I
running + I Naval Jack onvlle! the of the camp la taking
rUi.. .leciiton: ;of thins Jlivt- 8JDOth1, .. .. + tual.-cbaoa"whkl\ necenealrly att.en4ed' AIr.Bae4near shape:with vmajlnv 'rapidity, '
.wt'InspectidrRuii" .. ..: .- I thefirst .... .and" \. of 't"
d t !Jl.' rglos'ttlsl) sjle' .IIS .lrf bulltUIttg '
"* :' emergency landln'&rfle1d: In tliivat Less than two months ago this
ft Army authorities. WhenIt CampHmkfMrigtat-;: wt''n ?J>!- <, I
and* Clay, Nassau, Ht. Vohns. Bradford IIlte"va..a. big '1'1). of sand andswampland
I am confident they como (es_ Sequent, the plIonnel r
I Convinced that no better For Southern TrainThe s$',the station complement Putnam, Flagler, Union 1 part Jungle and part ;
Baker, Columbia, Aliiehuu. and barren wasteland A of
lean be found." IH now ?just about what
Southern Railway Sunday ,,. Marlon counties army officers and engineer arrived -
[bird division. Senator Pep- bo the camp Is functioning
afternoon operated its first passenger here, suitcases In hand, to I'
bred, would be natuialto at fnlltorce. *
the a train into Camp Blanding)I the l station complement consists Tumblin Conducts attempt the task of building a
aa- over G. S. & F tracks from Ther- / J' training 'center large enough to ;
l of those who are -
10 the reservation and responsible
to Revival Here
esau. The G. S. & F. is a accommodate 40,000 men.
dquarters of the Tactical of1the I for actual operation of the
l |which Is now Southern-owned line Officials camp. Top officers are: There was no rail connection
established J. S Tumblin Tampa -
mvilleHta *Army, the City of Starke and While Staike enjoys Its BIGGEST boom,: the Caravan of Wonders Headquarters detachment; Is evangelist within seven miles and the only
now conducting u seriesof
| Great Future the'railway were aboard has the train been', : attracts pussers-by! with ''a collection of the SMALLEST things In Col. n. H. Kelley post com- services In the Christian Churchbuilding' road to Starke, the nearest town
'or for," although freight mander; Lieut. Col.! T. J. Collins wus bumpy and so narrow that
Pepper said the world. W.
sec- the line for about. ) the on Call St The services
the state In which CampII moving weeks over train was commanding; officer, headquarters are__ held At__, _10_ a.. .n m_, and_.._ two cars could scarcely pass. each
six Sunday's lnt other on It.
I detachment Lieut. Col. R. K.
II located Is destined to : 7:30: p. m. during the week, and
the nature of an Inspection. ,
greatest Army training Smathera post executive; Major at 11 a. m on Sundays. Mr After the contract was let. construction -
America because the na- Among those on" the train were STEP INSIDE 4' Allen H. ,Brown Major T. C. Holland Tumblin Is assisted by Glenn went into high gear Immediately I

the ground Its proximityand Col. R. H. Kelley, poet comn ; 'and MaJ. II. Johnson chaplains Crawford, song leader More than 20,000 men t

rivers, the avail- der and his statf; Co!. Lean:Icr ; Capt. R, H. Russell, post The evangelist has lived In were hired in short order and

ot railroad facilities rthe Larson, constructing quartermaster "adjutant. Tampa for the punt 30 years and supervisors of the project set out "
11 of a large city like and staff; Mayor N., D. Capt. A. T. Oliver, pout billetIng waa a business man for 20 years. to transform the 119,000 acre reservation .'

Vllle and yet the relative WaInwright of Starke; Col,JS& H. officer;. Capt. J. L,. Cooper Accepting the call to preach, Mr. Into an army training

of the camp area, Itself, Smith, representing SolomnjBAnd mess officer; First Lieut. R. P'. Tumblin has traveled expensively: camp. ,
sty of training which can Kels, consulting engineers '. .o rBlanding MCBride, supply officer; Second for ten year through tho states Land was cleared and 'drained

In that area all combine Lieut. R. G. Kldd who Lieut. Milo S. Gardner, assistant and several ,of the Inland.. lie and many miles of road were r'

eit an Ideal location for helped in the early mapping and post adjutant; Capt.: R. S. Ryder, does Dot sirens any special creed paved. A saw-mill was hurriedly ;7

raining. engineering of the area, and the 4I post 'signal officer, ; Capt. W, T or doctrine and nays his mission constructed and a railroad track

aid the construction pro- following Southern Railway officials Gayle, pout! CWS officer; Capt. K. U to preach the Word of God run from Starke to the rexerva-

1 Proceeding so rapidly. and : I R. Conner, post engineer officer; The general public Is Invited to tlon.

lly that It would be retllJy E. R. Oliver of Washington First Lieut. W. Birdsong, engineer attend the meetings, and a special The Saw-mill was developedInto

to provide for the vice president In charge of traffic property officer; Second Lieut. E. Invitation I. extended to t h avisitors a pre-tabricating plant for y
at divlHlon. F H. Brown of Macon, Ga. A. Tlner, post ordinance off Iced; and
; I / soldiers an well as making parts of buildings .In asingle ..
corps will not be cona"owever vice president; D. W Brosnan of I Maj. Harry Cullln', post quarter- the business and professional men morning the plant can turn "

until this. third Macon, superintendent; C F. master. j of 'the city.Delay out many completed buildings to r
Is assistant. Reception center:
established Lauer of Jacksonville,
there. I be hauled away piecemeal in
t 'It Is Just' freight traffic manager, and J. H:: Lieut. Col. T. E. Ryder, commanding J
a question of I GrantedIn trucks and put together on chosen
the Army authorities Bolen of Valdosta, Ga., division", officer, Lieut. Col. C. N. IIlte.
the wisdom Touart and Maj. J, I, Laird. Brown CaseThe
of freight agent.
locating Medical: It waa In making walls and

vi lons lzed unit with the Miss Anna Fay palmist, sits In a. tent on Cull Street beside her Col! L. RProust, post surgeon case of Artford Brown of frameworks for the 10,000 tents

Tactical and In the vicinity Starts Soon collection of brlc-a-brsc. With each purchase the customer gets a ; Lieut. Col. W, T. Wesnlnger. Sampson City, charged with second needed for sleeping quarters that
Cope headquart-I IOn the mill really proved Its worth.
concluded'( Roberts Building "fiee reading Post Exchange: degree murder In connectionwith
Maj. H. E. McGaffey, post ex- the death of Joseph A. Peter- The mill produces hundreds of

Construction' will "start, at an change officer. con! Jr., In Jacknonvllle on July wall sections, each three feet high
Accepts I early date on a modern building I!I Starke Is now Finance department: 7th, hail again been postponed. and 16 feet long, each day In addition -

Banquet to be constructed on Temple going through tonk"I r 1 Ls 3'' tilt ;e' Lieut. Col. H. A. Wear, pout Originally set for Tuesday, the to frames and floors.
south of Smith'sGarage ]: the "honky 4 eft," a' J// 4 finance officer case was continued for the term The bottleneck wait material.It .
I11"1'i Avenue Just I stage of Its rapid. 1, e" tR the of defense counsel could not be kept flowing] to
University of Florida for J. P. Roberts of I.I t ft ,r" Provost marshal: on
cach. has accepted an Brooker. Fred E. Clayton Gainesville 'development.I + lse Col. L. A. Goodrich, provost on the plea that chief counsel for Starke fast enough no Col. R, H.

II to be present at the engineer and contractor, was ,' Every pop corn s f marshal MaJ W K. Hulbert anti the man an Alachua County at- Kelley recommended to the war

Booster Club banquet to successful bidder on the $3.400: man and peanut r ,'a Maj. T. W Rogers, assistants.. torney, would find It ImpoiiBlble department that arrival of the
here! Monday nigh De- structure. It will be SO feet wide vender within a nhits Range officer: to be In the Criminal Court of guard be delayed 10 days from

16. In the Woman Clubfnquet by 80 feet deep and will be of'' radius miles of a Maj. V A. Kctor field artil- Record on that date according to the December 4 date.

concrete coastructlon, I thousand the JI kT 'i T lery range officer; Maj. E. B. the announcement. I

t the j< I III being given: Inn Mr. Roberts, who Is agent fort I i, has boom heard town stories r + Scott, assistant. field artillery Judge Bryan Simpson grantedthe' Woman's Club Dance
1940 B. I officer T. A. Carlton motion. County Solicitor
H. S. foot- commercial cars! hurried r range ; Maj. ,
llerl and It II hoped that all Packard. Dodge trucks also Plymouth; and has cash In ., ,. Infantry range officer. Wayne R. Ripley announcing a Next FridayOne
and Dodge here to
the e new trial 'date would be act on
5 squad will be that. the''' s
All passenger cars, states on the easy of the most eagerlyawaitedsocial
football fansare in- December 24, plea day for the
divided Into a Unit
joIn the Booster building will be money Concessions Engineering next term of court. events of the winter season
nnual show room for automobiles, a such as I. will take place Friday night December
dues of Arrived Yesterday Brown IH at liberty under
doltendance ;
Jude one private office, a stock room, ar those! seen In $ ,OOO bond.Miami 13, when members of the
at the service station department, and a.. this group of Although the* main body of Na Starke Woman's Club will be

K. Jeakina president of repair shop. He has not decided and I|1 pictures have tional Ouardatnen. will not begin Attorney Here hostesses at a dance given in the !

anlzauon. has announced yet what kind of gasoline sprung upon 4q arriving a at Camp Blanding until club auditorium.
e annual election oil will be used. every vacant lot next Friday, December 13. a small Alan Roth of the firm of Tobin Ted Sherwood and His Flor-l ildlane i
of ot'
m be held Mr. Roberts expects to be In l In town. At right ( w I group/ Including 10 officers and & Tobin Realty Association Inc. one of the most popular
following thePlanned
his new place of business by Jan. 1 is a "three for J 180 enUsted'men. came from Mississippi U locating In Starke to handle dance orchestras in this part of

to serve 10. it will be named "J. P. ten" photo stand I e terday. the Interests here of variousMiami the date, will furnish the music

'wldr all the trimming.a turkey." Roberts Motors" p which does a I These men were advance' englnI Beach inventor Mr\ Roth and members of the club will act

landofflce business I e.rtntt:7lnlta: and will be put to has been In Florida for 25 year as hostesses for the evening

g Convention New RotaryMembers e s p eclally work mapping the artillery range, and his firm has been In continuous A cordial Invitation la extendedto
on Sat u days. operating' Jhe map reproducing real estate activity In Miami all visitors In town, and to the

Belford" County Singing. Two new members JC.. Soon these places plant and handling all map reproduction and the atate of Florida for 26 Camp Blanding army personnel

on elects 'at 'CortnthH Hoover, photographer and Bill will be replaced"by I ,Incident to the functioning years. Mr. Roth's office will be to come and get acquainted at {

Church on Sunday, Dec Stephens B. H. S athletic coach, businesses of a of the camp. located on the second floor of this event.
r be served on the were welcomed Into the Rotary a more substantial I The unit l t. commanded by Col. the building now occupied by the Admission will be 11.23 per 't.l

he4 Ind the publIc !Is cor- Club at the regular luncheon Wednesday type. Harry Hul n of Jackson MUs. Denmark Furniture Co. couple. .

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FlorIda ,
'n .d 1tI
hat a EVERGREEN gustlne Sunday. County of Bradford., : TO WHOM IT MAY CUNCERN: i t"" UI-aUon 0
Mr. Dampier <
Spring. Varnei to-wlt: will please take notice that rsud
TIIERESSA Mrs. A. V. You thaw,
I position at Camp Blandlng. ny Mr'.*. F. A. Rosier Mr. and in St Lots 19 20, 2 A, 29, SO In Wood U at 10 o'clock A. M. on December brace.fold'riles .h' '''It, "'t., .
By Mrs A. L. SvlllvasMrs. were attending to business 10 8, R. 14th.. A, U. 1(40, or as soon thereafter .. '" reepr,
Felix and Othma Sullivan wen \ Acres more or !ii wlnll, d.lt'.
r containing 60 an can be heard, application '
Sunday. ,
Mrs Joe Copelandand F..
Mr. and Augustine State unt
i .
II. D. May wan a buslnemvisitor visitors to Hampton and Stark will be mad by the undersigned to > r Ih.l aIqS .
Mrs Maggie Forsythe ol Mra S. E. Jones Mrs. E. N. lees.The assessment of the said property the Judge of the Circuit Court of All) tl.t' :
to Starke Tuesday recently. herewith Jack certlflcatIssued Florida 8th Judicial Circuit In and 1or ur
Jacksonville spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. the Bald Ie '
and under 18
Ida Purrlwh and childrer Mr. and Mrs John Adklns anc Durkee o1Mr. In the name of Carl rHavers. for Bradford County Florida In lees''"Ollt/llnlllil J Ill
Irl. B. E. Rosier and mother. Rose were the dinner guests was chambers at the Bradford County: Ar,
of Uarlton Beach and Gainesville little daughters of Jacksonville A. and daughters and Mrs. John McK'nnej! shall bredeemed Courthouse at Wtarke Florida for cat" N ,IGanurxerd' mdr
C. Prtngle certificate
said .
Mr Unless Incorporating. a certain N'4'
relatives here re visited Mrs. Adklns' parents. > a decree .1 t iii',
were visiting and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sunday. I according thereluawilli Corporation, Not for Profit, to be 1',1' 7 It ,'' rqH AF
cently. and Mrs S. R. Swindle recentlyMi Mrs. J. S. shoppingIn property described at the known. .a Bradford County Strawberry or l It'sk, A,,
were visiting Hill was I bidder
Moseley H. *
Mra. T. the highest cat. "*
to and S.Na.
the Edward of sold Monday Festival Exposition |, iNWi.
of Starke spent and Mrs. Carl I the first
Bobby Hall Rosier Thursday night. Starke Monday. court house door on Association Inc. The objects and ., .
weelt-end here with hia cousin Starke visited relatives here re j In the month of ot) being.. to hold Fairs Ex 7 S"II u 'f Y A,
Mr. and Mra. Bernard Rosier 1841. which la the 6th., day purposes, Festivals and Exblbitlon.and leH" I ,
Truiaaa Dickinson centl). and baby spent Sunday,here with .ympatll acknewledgemeate. January, 1941. of Novem places for the display of stock, cat. I' 106brorrd andrr
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Phillip George and Everett Neal bat Mrs. J. B. Rosier Brad.ford Dated this 19th day goods, wares, merchandise, frulla.v..t.bl. .. ''If
:Mr. and espeul- 1949.OFFICIAL. It. jX-* Are
... 22 4
Der dairy products, manufactured K l
Mr. Bvnslc of J. Thomai ,
and '
after a stay
8KAIA. ,
lit Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Willie Reddish County Tetegrapfc.iiw ( of Bradfor goods, live stock poultry embraced AdR nan
Baker of Stewart were visiting weeks In Miami. Mrs. I Clerk of Circuit 11.22 4t llIVOTICK and farm machinery eta. 890 C'ttll
and children were visiting Florida. .
Miss Ida Hagan re Mrs. Florence Loper was I C 0 t' R T. v..OIlTH County Bradford County Strawberry Festival The aftNPHHmpn. ,,
their aunt CIRCUIT erty the
night. Exposition
R. S. Rosier Saturday BRAUFORU and Under
visitor to Starke one day las) .I.'on'.AL ('tRCIIT: TO DEFENDANT Inc 162. 1G' and raid "rtlll,
cently. FLORIDA toe .
Rosier spent the weekend STATIC OF OF Till of ,' were In
Clarla COUNTY C'lHCt'lT COfKT By T. Frank Landrum President v lIJ :
of the week. IV! TRIO 1-dwardo
Aid Society Iv i' the .
Ladles cnicrir af
The and Eva Jean jrniriAi. 11-28 4t 1213. Said
t entertained with Mr. and Mr. J. A. Mllliken and Pansy JOLLY I'INKHAM. KHitiTii BHAWKOBU COl'MT: c..rllrl""ll N..property uo
Church "
Christian Mil- Reddish.Mr. Complainant AV1 of 8, !" *. ." ''n
Mrs. W. children of Ocala visited Mrs. E: H"'P"I
a linen shower honoring I Mrs. A. Wilbur Kirkland -"". PIMKHAM, FLORIDIv ell\IVrER y- NOTICE OF APPLICATION ltnlest. said ('
recent bride. A liken's parents, Mr. and and Mra. CHARLES KI.BBUT HIW4 FOR TAX DEED redeemed. rtlll..lt..
Garrett, a PKLLKPlaintiff a. ,
D. enjoyed by all and L Sullivan. recently. and baby were visiting Mr. and OtIfendant.tt .affidavit appended ANNA ("....(. Bill No. 141:" prnperlie d..I".d or41AA 10
fine time wan appearing by NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN. Sold there,
was a bulllness'vlllitor Mrs. John Chesser Sunday.Mr. In the above- ..VRLOSN1E- to th. hlgh..t
with At L. field
the bill bide
Garrett was presented to IbertPinkham" KKBKRT HILI. That W. A. Edwards and J. M. .
Mrs. gifts from her to Hampton and Starke and Mrs. Russell Reddingand ..tatedau.e that dete dants therein": Defendant.IN Edwards holders of Tax Certificates dayrlnoth Month 3n.r Janu
some lovely afternoon the OF THE If'rATEOF Numbered respectively, 152 which I.
afternoon. eon spent Sunday of the State THK NA.MK the 6th
I friends. Thom attending from Saturday named a non.re..ld..nt. resident' of FLORIDA, OREETINO: Issued the 3rd, day of August A, 1941 dry 01
were: Mrs. Wilson May with Mrs. Jean Gaakins of Florida, and is a the age of TO: Lonnle Elbert Hill, whoseresidence I>. 1931; No. 153 "ned the 3rd. rAeOFFIC1,148hAL; t hI, lOlh
Hampton Dor- Miss Elsie Chesaer. spent Monday Unknown Is over Is therefore Is unknown.You day of August A. D. 1911; No. 405 day 0
Mrs Roy Kalch and Miss GRAHAM twenty-one yearn; It detendanl hereby required to ap. Issued the Xrd. day of August A. (
night with tier hiaitr. Mrs. rdered that said non.r."ld..nt are complaint film 1) 1931 and No. 290 Issued the6th. Clerk :
Johnson Ely Mrs. L. C. Smith !Ie h..rehy" "- to the bill of ; of "lr"Illt Soul
otby and he pear
be heron .. of A. D. 128 ,
Wilson Kirkland. to the bill of herein against you on or day August :ford- County. FlurldL
Beatrice Mersey mired to -appear 19th A. U. !
Minx Itrwnt Bride HonoriMl complaint rued In. said causen Wednesday
Tomlinson of Jacksonville the 6th. day 1940. I
Leon Monday
end Mm. shower was ) pr .fore that thisnrder
A miscellaneous ROATDRAIN ntherwlaeLb. Is further ordered
of Mr. D. 1941 It
1 \ were recent guests : of Mrs, J. B. )f January; A. islll will. be be published In the Bradford
R. M. Hersey. ;given: In honor By )Ir... Z. Z. Grtffl allegatlone i ;or sale by Maid ae- County Telegraph a newspaper oltrenerat
and Mrs. Strickland, a recent bride by her taken as qonfessed circulation published ITUnudfotd

Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan and I aunt Mrs. Jeff Davis and Mrs, Ralph Galney visited Mrs. G. fendant'It |I. further ordered that. this County Florida consecutlvfweeks. once MEAT
of Key tone Church In Lake City last b. published once a week i-arh week for four
little daughters I'i Ida Jones, at the Baptist W. Harrell rder weeks In thenradr.iril ..
visited Mrn Jordan's par. Strick- for four consecutive hand and official
Heights/ Saturday afternoon Mrs. week-end. County Telegraph, a WltnesR my
" Mr, and Mrs S. R. Swindle useful gifts Wll- published in said Countyind seal this 20th day of November A.
> entu, I, land received many Mrs Johnnie Arnold, Mrs. n.w..pap"r D, 1940.

recently. Mr. and Mrs,. Frank Thomas lard Prescott, and P. Russ of Thin Htate.November 26th., 1940. (OFFICIAL SKAL) A, J. Thomas ,
Old Settlers who saw it ay iml llttlo daughter Josephine of Lake Butler were guests of Mrs. ([OFFICIAL. hK\l.) A J, Thomas Jerk Circuit Court. 11-22 4t 12-1

the longest freight of train the ever SouthernR. seen \Mlcanopy visited Mr. and Mrs. Mathel Green Saturday. C'1.'k J. 5. Harrison Circuit ,Court Jackennvlllq Fin. OKnKH OF-Pi'iu.iriTinv CURINGNo

on thin brunch P. O. Starling and Mr. Bill Albert Griffis, Joe Griff, Jr., Solicitor for Complainant NOTICITO APPEAR

i, R., passed through here Blan-recently Thomas Sunday. and Harvey Galney spent Thanksgiving 11-29 4t 12-20 The State of Johnson Florida address to Juanita unknown -
en route to Camp limes of Jacksonville with relatives In
Duddly Day "IUTI'I' ('nrRT, Y.U ll'rll :
ding, has spent several! weeks here with Jacksonville. IV JLUIt: ...\L ('IIU" IT. SIR 'I..OR) You are notified that bill olomplalnt
W. K. Gllllaple .] oV i'I.Oltllt. for divorce and due affidavit -
Mrs. srt'ri
Mr. and DeLand elutlves, C A. Griffin made a business l'ot'\Tv.IN tilSCKHY for this order has beer increase in Prici

and daughter Helen of We are glad to report that Mrs trip to Gainesville Monday.Mrs. tJOUOTHV CARPBNTKIl, I riled In Circuit Court of BradfordJounty.
little town. Florida, In case wherein
have moved to our 2:,. B Roberta, who has been on P. B. Prevatt of Thereasa Complainant' Andrew. Johnson, Jr, Is plaintiff
Camp I I ,
Mr. GUlesple Is employed he sick Hat Is somewhat Improved was visiting her daughter Mrs. .VIOMALCOI.M- CAIIPKNTKK ind Juanita Whlttlnirton Johnsons

mantling. i I at this writing.Mr. I Ada Grlffls. Sunday. DefendantIt s defendant, and In you said are cause hereby on
affidavit ap- to appear
Mr. and Mrs C. Sullivan were. and Mrs. Leo Ayers of George Kelsey of Oviedo was tended appearing to the bill by filed In the December 16th, 1940. Bradford We Specialize In Sugarl
visitors to Gainesville 3alnenvllle were visiting the tel visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Pre Lbuvc-Htated cause that Malcolm therein' bounty Telegraph In which Is designated this order a. r
Bennett of Starke was the defendant the: newspaper
M. Mr. and Mrs. R., M. and was accompanied week for
Sullivan ler's parents vatt Sunday tamed a non-r .ld.nt of the hall be published once a
visiting his daughter, Mrs. C. Johnson, Sunday. home by Mrs. Kelsey and > .Florida and a resident of Old I four consecutive weeks prior tcald

recently.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Felton Graves their son Wallace, who spent the trudge. f New twenty-one Jersey, years In over l: It theiK In. ; return and official date. seal Witness at Starke myland .

and Mrs. R. C. Dampier and children of Lake Wales are past week here. herefore> ordered that said non- Florida this 13th day of November,
here from High defendant be and he is U40 Cured MeatsGainesville
have moved visiting friends and relatives for Mrs. L. O. Tyre and son lereby eHldent required to appear to thejlll (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,,.

r a few days. Michael of Florahome were the of complaint filed III said cause As Clerk of Circuit Court.
If Excess Acid causes Muse Keith Bert of Gainesville of Mrs John Prevatt on on or before Monday the flth.. dayf 11-15 5t .12-13
of Stomach guests f January A I O. ; -
FREE you pain* Mills Alta Smith Sun week. r .. r.tlblt wilt betaken
wag visiting Thursday of he allegations of .iv! TIIE.'tltfT.'r ('0 1:R'I' iv AND
Ulcers. Indirection, Carawell Harrell of Lake City : an confessed by said de- FOIL IIHAUFOHI) COfNTYIV : .

Bla JngGasHeartburnB.Iching, day.Rev.. L. G. Hemingway\ of Is visiting his sister, Mrs. Ralph 'fendan It le| further. ordered that thin FLORID. CHANCEIII'! '

Nausea, get a free sample of UDGA Starke filled his regular appoint. Galney jrder be published onfe weeks a In w..kfor the Wilbur Gas k I n H, Plaintiff, Ice
consecutive .
and a free Interesting booklet at tient at the Baptist church Sunday Bradford four County Telegraph a -vs.Della Mae fiiiNklns. Defendant,

(J\IWrNTI: <:U.'S DRUG STonE morning and night. SAMPSON CITYBy [) WHpaper'publlnhed In said County To: DELLA MAE OAHK1NS. whose
and State residents Is unknown.It .
Mrs. S. E. Jones This November 26th., 1940. Is hereby ordered that you Cold Co.J.
I (OFFICIAL PKAt.: ) A. J. ThomasClerk .ippuar on December 16, 1940, to a Storage .
Mir Richard Smith of Lawtey Circuit Court. Bill of Complaint filed against you
J. H. HarrlHon, JackHonvllle In the above entitled Court and
was visiting relatives and friendsIn Solicitor for Complainant muse, and It Is further ordered
Hawthorne Wednesday. 11214t! 12-20 that this order be published. once. L. GEORGE, Mgr.
.each week for four consecutive.
4ggR8Ffl'.iif Mrs E. N. Durkee and Mra. E weeks In the Bradford Count .
( 0 ( II T. F.KillTHJII
Rose of Hollywood spent Thanks- 1\1: CIIICTIT> '. .. dun.IT. UnlI. "OHII releirraph, a newspaper publishedIn Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove
... Bradford County, Florida.
giving with Mra. S. E. Jones tUlMTV.: ... OTATK'('II\N'YoUY? OK ..onI U. Witness my hand and seal at

Mrs. Della Thomas and son, JOHN R. THOMAS!: Starke. Bradford County Florida.,
I this November 15th 1940. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
Gus, of Jacksonville were visitors ComplainantKM. ,
(OFFICIAL SEAL: A. J. ThomasClerk
Do Your Trading here Saturday.Mr. MA YIJ-THOMAS Circuit U o u r t, Bradford
and Mrs. Reddish Andrewsof I tJefendant. County Florida
1':.' K.', Ferryman,
l by .affidavit upDonded -
where 6 I Rogers Silverware are ''New River were visiting relatives It appearing to the bill filed In Cieabovestated : Attorney for Plaintiffs. 11-15 4t 12-1

=Y"U: here Saturday. cautie that Emma
$40 in I trader
given aw every Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Jones and' Thomas the defendant thereinnam..d
a non-resident of the Stateof
certificates. Horace Varnes visited relativesin Florida, and a resident of Bal

.Ar KaleenutJm Palatka ,Sunday.Mr. timore. Maryland Is over the age ,

ChooHtSMITH'S GARAGE and Mrs. H. H. Jones of twenty-one ordered that yearn said: nonresidentdefendant It IB therefore .

You : Visited his brother in the Fla. be and she l I" herebyrequired
STARKE, FLORIDA to appear to the bill of
In St. Au-
East Coast Hospital complaint filed In Bald cause on orbefore

Monday, the 6th., day of ""fI
January, A. D 1941. otherwise the .
allegations of said bill will betaken

'as confessed. by said defendant. -

It Is further ordered that this
order be published once a week
for Pour consecutive weeks. In theF1adford
County Telegraph a
newspaper published 111 said County t

and:Thin Htate.November 26th, 1940

lOFFICIAL. 8KAL) A. .'. ""homaaClerk ., r ,
I.A. / Circuit Court

< Hy J, It. Kelly, Deputy Clerk. flt
n A Stephens. Jacksonville, Fla.Hollrllor ,
for Complainant. JY .

11-29 4t 12-20- a to'

IN mid IT C0 "' It T. HK.IITHJl
ll('lit.' (flltt IT II U tOKOHIIJtTATH
( OIN'I'Y, OF VI.OlllDt.
.-. 4."HAIIe.ItY! :
-Citevr ac HA Kill BT H. WAIIU,
y Complainant
a. WARD, Y' A
It appearing by affidavit ap-
pended to the bill filed In the
above-stated cause that William
P. Ward the defendant therein Sdt:
named a nun-resident of the State rIlf
nf Florida, and a resident of Duke
Inn, Elizabeth City, North Carolina Ilf .
1 Is over the age of twenty-one !
..; It Is that
eat,"! non-resident defendant be and

he Is hereby required to appearto '
the bill of complaint filed Inalii
cause on or lI..rorelonlaYI: 'T t 51S
the 8th day of January A 1I. 1141 .. amitu
otherwise the allegations of said 1
bill will be taken as confessed by wu too atrotnA0
mild defendant.It .
C Is further ordered that this i ry a
j't nriler he published once a week
fur four weeks III the

Histircnd newspaper consecutive published InISrid County

and StateOFFII'2Att

.," .. 26tll., HMD' .
( !SKAL:! ) A, J, Thomas
Clerk Circuit Court
1'y J It Kelly, Deputy Clerk
/1. A Stephens, Jackxonv, ,, Flu I ..Sa
Solicitor for Complainant

,. ,., ., MASSIVE NEW TRUCK STYLING ll-ttt 4t 12.20
MOST POWERFUL TRUCK ENGINES making these new 1941 Chevrolet -
!% iiiir roiHT. ..:If.IITIIJ
trucks the best-looking as
( 1)1( 1'1. rllXllr. "It \II"OIlU
IN THE LOW-PRICE FIELD90MOISETOWER t" wenasthebest.perfOrmlngtrucks tIt\'r4, "...,,'r.] of FLORin \,.

@!JJ1 _' entire lowest price field. I" ": Y
;. in the i 1.-\1.0: vv' rtloil,1

." e NEW IONGER WHIUIASI Complainant,
.' fir' < \ a ,' ;!t 1- -v.
,..1 "zESA
: M.VHY\
lAll-BEARING Pure wholesome

\\Y1Ji\n\ fU'lf .ffortU THE STATE OF FI.OItlI deliciousCocaCola
O greatly reduce leering TO: Mary X..na Pool Wallerbor

brings true pa.*enger car leering South. Carolina.
; It Is hereby ordered that is refreshment
you -
appear want '
::1' > 't'\1-1.t; ; ease to truck operation. on January 6th. 1141. to a you alp'likes

:' 1& ;t' NEW. MORE COMrORTAlU DRIVER'S lit111the l'above emit.'... causes and at home. Everybody

COMPARTMENT It Is further ordered that this order
91-HOMITOWW be published once each week for
MAVY DUTY"LOADMASTER" .J"0 : with greatly Increased leg room four (4) consecutive weeks. In the its distinctive taste"

and better form-fitting, seat and
newspaperCpublished eIn Bradford
ENGINE ,"..., and the
cab much County happy
: '' t back In giving greater Florida.
1A,41.a.1 a' .... ;,., .. ......y Der Irvc"J 'f1.'t." !(t, ', c driver comfort. WITNESS:: my hand andradford official
1A Seal at Starke: In County, sense of
'I Florida, this llnd day of Novem complete refreshment
WHEELBASES ber A. r>, 19 40,
60 MODELS ON NINE LONGER (OFFICIAL, SEAL. J. Thomas that it gives.
"Clerk of Clrrult Court. Bradford'

A COMPLETE LINE FOR ALL LINES OF BUSINESS County, Florida. ArrsirAT10Y 11-U 4t 11-20 Your dealer has the

FOR TAT: anon:: handy home
"') package

Torode Chevrolet Co. CertificatelNo% holder OIVKN nf Tax the six-bottle

II, 123, Issued the 4th carton.
day of July A l>. 1931 has filed
.a me In my .office and has madeapplication BOTTLED UNDER! AUTHORITY Of THi COCA-COLA CO. SY

STARKE, FLORIDA Indued laid thereon.for a tax deed to be STARgE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY:

certificate embraces the fol

k g, "..,,

,, .. '


Julian Hazen. Annette\ and Stan- Hardy. Jr.. and Mrs.. Roy Green Palatka were visiting Mr. and' Blandlnjc "Friday.Mr. home, except painting, are now J
adford High JournalNUMBER ley Green Billy Rime. Shirley here Friday.Mr. Mrs. Fred listen and family Sun- and Mrs. Dock Thomas and putting on the first coat of paint ;,
Nell Green Florence and Millie and Mrs! ,Alph Hazen of !. Leslie Thomas -o f Jacksonville Lavann Kelley and Mrs. Myrtle
Anna Conway Mary Francis, Orlando upent the Holidays with day.Mr.. and Mrs R. B Raulerso were week-end guest of their Lewis of St. Petersburg were \
Doyle and Jack Hazen, Shirley relatives here. mother, Mr.. Alice Thomas. J
SEVENTH: : : and daughter Madine, of Brighton visiting relatives here during the
_______ -- _______ I Ann Parker. Jimmy Hazen. Char- Mr. and Mrs. U W. Sowell of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hauler i Mr. and Mrs.! V. V. Hazen madea holidays :&.
les and Carolyn Kelley. and Char- Micanopy were guests of Mrs. oa and children of Okeechobe' business' trip to Jacksonville
Mrs P M. Barefoot and daughter -
You Be Remembered les Huen. Sowell's sinter MilS Mary Mott and Mr. and Mrs H. M Collins i last week. Mrs Barefoot'ssister
Will Mr and Mrs. G. H. Parker and Sunday. and daughter of Waldo were Mrs. Mann Hazen and Mrs' V were visiting

You. Graduate From B. H. S. I children of Gainesville spent Mr. Purvis Hazen and Mrs. ner guests of Mr and Mrs H. din'I. .'I v. Hazen were In Gainesville Sat Mrs. Tom Oateen Friday, ; ,

Thanksgiving with Mrs. Parker's Ralford spent Thanksgiving Galney on Thanksgiving\ I urday. I I I Mr, and Mrs. H P. Galney
Wary! Townsend about Do' what you ever kind stop of record to think .1 mother. Mrs, R C. Parker. Mr. Hazen's parent. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Guy' Plnholate I Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Dyal, who I I[I made a business trip to Lake City
short months (If we I Impression you will leave at BH. : Mr. and Mr. U A Brown Mrs. George Hazen. and children: of Jacksonville were have recently completed their new|, Monday. ;

fey seniors will step : S., when you graduate? Are spent Thursday at Ralford with Mrs. Pervin Hazen and Mrs. visiting Mr. Plnholster's mother J
11 we of you the type of student who both their son-in-law and daughter, Chas. Hardy Jr., were shoppingIn MM. 1.V.. Plnholster. Sunday.Mrs. a 4+ r t .'-ttrk. "aoM ../ y yi
; friendly protection the 'students and the faculty will Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch. Gainesville last week. A. F. Raulerson :Mrs. R. '
j which has sheltered us fondly remember, or are the Mrs. G. McGauley and chil- Mr and Mrs. Edwin Williamsof B. Rauleraon and daughter, Na- f
InlO thell higher most type who will make the you entire dren of Melrose were visiting St. Augustine and" Mrs. L L. dine, Eva Fay Gainey and H. P. \
c,. as school sigh with relief when their daughters, Mrs. C h a a. Thtgpen and daughter of East Galney were visitors t o Camp i '
it, it will take you Q ,
: ,41"I
Ink to become ad- graduate? j
time life.; It really takes more effort In
alit new phase when I was, I a way to make a bad record than Looking For SODle'tbing'lWhether -
ago. It does to make a good one. You
fJnv I saw
freshman vividly don't necessarily have to do any 'You Are New In Bradford County Or Hare Lived

which still live standing atirf thing-outstanding for your schoolIn Here All Your Life Whether You Want To Buy'' Orr, j'j
d, I was order to make yourself a well-
watching Sell You Will Find This Classified Directory A Great
the stairs liked, ...,.
respected figure In the
wearing their annals Convenience. And An Easy Way To Communicate With j
proudly of
B. H. S.
.Tgowns.* descend the The smaller Thousands Of Other Telegraph Headers ti RECORD riAYER FREE ae..4. S.
things such as be-
somehOW this scentheIris ing Irlendly and cooperative with i I I WITH THIS BEAUTIFUL j 4
L chattering gaily CONSOLE I
your teachers and class mates, '
I white caps bobbing up picking up paper to help keep the AMUSEMENTS I THE WAVERLY a 4J '
L impressed me very building clean being willing to BUILDERS HEATING 2 gifts for the price of one r I j
I,seemed to be a symbol work on committees and to make Beautiful radio plus fry G.& jj ''I
I and girls wereI .\ll Type of construction new record player. BOTH
boys the pedestal they contributions for worthy causes; ItlLJJ.\RUS Knjoy: a game structures or repair, rkuui KEKP WARM Tl Winter j
[, from of the lower all these' and many more thingsI tonight -- ;\l'o B e e r, Good I **!Imaten" and architectural With A QUAKER Otl-lluni- s699STHE
to the eyes forth to meet -could list go to make a good Food .\t1I.Tn.I..D'S- I Her lees free.' -O. M. DattU! Ing Hunter.' Jan, Kcononi- ;
I ind gome record for you. teal Heat Also G. E. KtfrllCtom'ur. -
general eontriwtor 734 K.Depot HEPPLEWHITE '
nslbllitles every Perhaps someday some of us Call Street 12-6: I. Gainesville, Via. I'!%!lone, ... i>uy On E .. y Teww. Save up to$50.00 with( >pehart>
will apply for an Important position ..
I Ofl. 12-20 UAn.S Farniworth record t.
] remember that class i for which we will need it player and changer, $1OQ9S- ;
K .ATE ... Stark. Its. 1-6
[classes that followed itlot good recommendation. 'If we have .. BEAUTY PARLORS
For YourN
left a good record at our alma r eC.Ifeedihx eC./ THE MAYFAIR '

the members of the mater and can Ret a good recom- sake! '; SI'El'I.t N o SiM-rlfloe INSURANCE S A m r lphonoridio 1
aJoSeJ of B. H. S., have mendation from the heads of the e.S. .\. In Quality Of S.-rvU-e. you'll be a
unions on the school school think how much this will \\. INUIL.S! SKATING KINK LEILA'S ItKAVTV S.VI.OVOUI 1.1.\ S.FKot Can't Afford proud lo

[III probably never beL help us on our way. I I Tt'mplfl.nll.., (Road 13)) 12-6 Street 12-6 T Take A ('hamon- own or to w ; '
long as the school If we have not made our "'hE'n' Good Innuranre I* So II gire. 3, : r
Some left reputations as school better' for having attendedIt 'I AUTOMOBILES EATING Cheap. tte Have A Polity Tu
the field of athletics; then we probably haven't I Fit lour R' perlul NHod" THE REPORTER p.
Lre noted for their scho- gained much while attending HUT PLATE LUNC-HKS, NanclvtlcheN An smiting v.lue.
L;lily and still as friendly, school for you usually gain about I I I'\RTS lVe' .l Ti......, Rebuilt Ami short O r d e r' .w J. T. KIRKIwND, Jit. ,\gt. t Rich brown walnut
ling, cooperative s t u what you contribute to things. < t".nl"1'"t..r.nto GlaH-fash Are Our Specialty. Liberty National Life .u"UrlUl.e plastic cabinet.S ;l
d after all aren't these Therefore we'd better get busy'i I For Car And Trucks In Any SIIKIJ: i-i ACE" Co. no8 tube, built- $Q9S !
toned, the ones who have and try to help our school before Condition. Itf1 IS Stwrke. Fin 12-6 in loop antenna, t i

enviable records? It's too late. I HVSKINS AUTO PARTS ROOFINGFOK Special Volue'

Just North of Town On R.uuf 13 FLOOR SURFACING &AfY jo LUMITONELAMP iI
12-6 RADIO V
To Get BROOKEKHy ', '
Beautiful with
1 You Want Mm. I.. U Parker BAKERIES In Town. Reasonable I'rircit.. RIKTAL.OKK: see Arm DU CEH 'NI Ide.ldtocinbae.. JJ ;
Estimates Gladly Furnl-h. !Metal'! \\\c-rk, 1100 N. Grove
Marjorie Thompson Birthday. Party .{V. A. BKSSKNT: : .' "ht., GHlniMvlIle.. Fla. I'none t4rA oR bedroom. $92"
Mrs. V. V. Hazen hostessat FKKSH DULY
resort to dif- a party in honor of was her daughter I 114 Call St. Nt rke, "'Ia. 1141. P14W4 r ."". ...,..IIttIi'.IIMi'".. rw..w V:
t people
: Brawl, Pint, ('ak_. Just,
jiethoda in order to get Marcia Kay's fourth birthday LJke !Mother IT e d To FUEL OIL fREE KNIH SIT -
anniversary In their home last RADIOS .$
y wantbe it money M.ike. WITH 0. E. MIXER
Saturday evening
|me or what. Some'scorn Flowers were placed throughout !T\RKK: BAKERY: I -' K EEl" You sec free a n"- j.

IN' man, Home laugh at the rooms and special birth- 213 Call Street 12-6 I W A M REPAIR York Done'! At Lowest matched seven kitchen pi.c. .
( ?$ TillSWINTEIC I'rice' In Town. 8t. II The ,
me murder a person or Jay cups plates and napkins were knife
I ome go so far 'as to also used In the lovely table arrangement BARBER SHOPS I IlkVT WITH 011.! New Radios On DUplayMAYKS' tion.la ml..r.(2J rr .
fflliated with the church. which was centered Phone 53 :" RADIO NEIL\'I1: this .d
with a large birthday cake. Ktarke, FU. 12-0: h I ine
I these excessive and exeons IiAIRCUTS-SII.AVI'S !SluutiMiiwuigra. STANDARD Oil ('f). 12-6 for only IO- d
not Games were enjoyed and the
are necessary. contest prize won by Mary' 1_.... : In (' I e u n
no fa good they are results harmful from; I Francis Hazen I I I'lf'a..anl ..undliiR-t. GAS WATCHES fREE 2 SERVI.FRAMES WITH f

Marcia Kay received many'gtfW. Cl rY \RKKR SHOP WESTINGHOUSE ROASTER-OVEN
main secret of the
of e-iinyr w4lniierfkktiTW"....- .* -W" W>-' ,.1"'HT.'I Cad Street, Stiirke, ",., Fin. ..,.6 ALL :AP1'1J4NC'KS: Moats ICii'AIUork.UJUi. A Guar Exceptional gift. Until Christmas you get
Refreshments of and And Of file.\ "Sto\eH, lleaterwnter 2aervi.frames/reewith this I
cocoas snide of SallNfjtrtion. New ,
j NO lTINa.t"n n"rt..r"A. \\' heaters Itrs: SatUfjicllon lo-uae Koister-Oven.
In its most applicable I were served by the hostess Those line of Elgin and haloes1Vatehes
Your S..r\'I. Shower, fiuiiruntreil.INKSMM.K
with Marcia!
jeans 'doing the rightthe enjoying the evening,: just repelled.
right time." .Theft I Kay were: Betty Ix ng, Minle Lou Baths A SperbJty. G.\ : LAS ('0. FREE SERVUTRAY
: be a well-placed Hazen. Eloise Galney, Marjorie I THKKK: FICIENI)4ll.AitllElt I 072 So. Virginia; Aienue .1. II. (C'OntTM\N. WITH MODERN HOMI
may .
admiration a smile aid I Fay Crosby Donald Harvard and ( ...II St. SHOP '%-fI (CiulnHllle; \ Fla. 12-A St arkf''!. .',... 12-1. TOASTO.MATICTOASTER W

a Christian act: The
l good, and the tactful -'
8 i the most in the end. "' ," :''i.,.(' Gone are black look si MODERN HOME

', black basal! Instead, there G ,WAFFLE BAKERwill
giving Program ;-,;! b. miles of joy, when She'll golden be proud waffles of I the

:, she seta then 2 [following program wasto .. grand gift. .*, makes. .,3_ql

section UP of the _
class on Wednesday VJIIII'.JIItI"-JtIIII'*...."...rAlti tllA'2 ttAr.J/II IreMtllr. ./

| November 27th. Every- AUTO SILIX COFFEIMAKER

d to appreciate thethe G 1 \: Ao ideal |/in. Has new elf- :
[ occasion. i iSAFETY
ft reading b y Lucille RADIOi; ; timing/ store, ,Pyrex bowls,
black moldex handles, spring

lest Thanksgiving by tension filter and; non- 4IOC'drip
lyrlckl pouring lip. Tue
s for Gratitude Today by
( tor Thanksgiving by

Wade. I firestone CONVOY TIRES #
| I Guard ijcainst/ side-slip and skids/ and deliver 4
| Charles Jones, reporter. long mileage. Extra protection/ against blowout 1!
i( provided by ill patented Gum-Dipped cord
bod jr. ;
filer ribbon ot all kinds

II the Telegraph office. Thai. Holiday S2J/I.50-17 4.00-1 .11/8..1. .
1' Brimming with bfauly-hurtling suit nrtvi! ,,,. the stunning new A' lOW A'
18 SCHEDULE 1911 l's.Lint l Ix longer, lower, infinitely more Itixurioun. IllintrainJs Prices For $6 15 $685 $515 ,
Limited Tim .
!l1> :; i
abound the One-7en lclu. Touring S3edau.
ke. Only WITH YOU OLD Till !TSOUna .,
f: '7:40: A., M.. 2:30:
I2 30 PM., 1:45: P. M.; .......-.--.--.-------.-...-....-..-'
t.i 10.10: P. M. j

arkt'o Southbound1.30! : P. M. 2:10
: : I
020 A, M.; 2:20 P, M.; -

&'''''h und J/
[tarke- -7:15: A. M.; Lave /fH' ? K4 t TABLE 1289 i

|Or Palalka and St. Au- TRICYCLES TENNIS sn .

20 P II Wide rang of size! .
Weo.thouadark& SPEED CHIEF for growing/ I
--7.40: A.. M.; 11:00aYe : -, rwMlK: CHART at left hili| "l>ol* only a handful of Touncittra. '3qAsmerlookingwell '
Starke for Lake J. 64 new I'arkanl improvement for 19.&). built bicrcle- the ASILLUSTATIOItaet

anyy and Tallahassee tonic'' seas i1MG sal Dat iet suoaaas fast.f f uttrewdne urea There the great PanHniaater Engine-raise: furl kind boywilll.k.every' $I722 FOOTIALLSELECTRIC .

I'll called for and de- -. W + mils 10% Klectrurnatic Cluttli*-l.'t your Top urain
ree within city llmltsi x; 'I" .*;4a$' a 11214.mCsIS r Pailaastta left fool loaf the car itu-lf oofratf* ihf clutch TRAINS cowhide double, AJlIIlulu WAGONS
lilt t be aaanrwt 'j ue.oant /. eta There Aero-Drive*-another '.mo..Uo..elmocJeJe S2
notified 30 min tuatao.tg money saver on II I o d. delight! .eery
re scheduled arrival of fuel. and real Air Conditioning* at laM I $995 te $2522 $ Officialsize. youngster.to w

[Phone 147.. ( i "t f0, See the .greatest: of Parkard and all of its ILLUfTSATlD HOfS .

arc S TT JITnOFTH COl-RT. other good "new**. Come in today I -

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and,Tl?"quired of you are her.- e2j)7 toA9 LINE OP CHRISTMAS TOYSSmith's ,
I to present
'" Which you
I''*' it". mar: have a aln.t s5550g
I lap.A."*.. t 11' ts,t, ,
'I"T. "ald County: torittggdat

." 1 hl.. office Bradford. in t i gsa.GMugt s'ls.uta -auuaale ,l Price delivered }in Detroit white sidewall.

I l'f ht n,'*,'**"'"*Rtark.' month. Florida from tmu n s -: ,,asst v.. .0 sew rutwws tire and State taxes: eitr*. Subjrrt tn cfiangr

I- ....first* Publication of without oof iff, *AvailriLlf at extra rotf.
III I J claim or demand"f" s
I '"'.'* and
mom acateIR.
... rul...nr.. and
po.t oft -
." .r t tbe by tIN clamant J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS i

I ip..hi.'.aUoMl.void )_'. or th. Garage

Mr.' November.
r"t.At..fr..t.. 11'. Starke Brooker, Florida Starke Florida 1

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,4 Council for signal to place ter, by virtue ,-of Final f

li. I'1' SOCIETY and CLUBS W. S. C. S. Circles City near the school building; where: Court heretofore of ;Bradford rendered County In ) "0..

Have Enjoyable MeetingsCircle the children: cross the highway In wherein5 That. certain.. Tl" Chancery n. I ,, .lIaJ a-

and near -pmtoffice building Plaintiff, and Hellen '\",
v Number One of the cross the highway husbsnd--------- KasynHkl ...
U. D. C. Met Wednesday I Stageberg to Address Baptist W. M. S. Circles Woman's Society of Christian where to the get childrpo the maU. known christian, are name:defendants Is. to .- (( ) 1141. '.

With Mrs. Darby W man's Club Members Met In Annex Service met Monday afternoon at The council wan delighted/: withthe for sale and well' to the .u,
the home of Judge and Mrs. E. heist tolddrr or bidder*, :
and had those warnings In front of the South 1'4,
''c : Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mills Etta Mm. R. A. Green,. chairman of Circles Nos. 1 and 2 of the K. Perryman and entertaining request immediately.Mrs. Bradford County o.
., '4M Tlson and Mrs. L. O. Powell Citizenship of the Starke Woman' Baptist W. M. U. met Jointly in with Mrs. Perryman were Mrs. : prepared stark, Florida, on ""' .
t were co-hostesses Wednesday afternoon Club, has announced that O. C. the church annex Monday afternoon Titus Olson and Miss, Kate Struth. Debbie Hall, who has had tween 6th day the of hour January of,11:00 A.: !>.A., contaln'U', I ..,Al t..,

: when they entertained the R. Stageberg, Instructor In architecture Mrs. R. A. Thomas had Miss Amy Coburn conducted much! experience In managing 2.00: ) o'clock I>. M., to .. I .lit..,
at of Florida of the and cafeterias in Tampa, has assumed term of said decree the t 'lIn
W. T. Weeks Chapter. United the University charge program was the devotional service and Mrs. described ,property lying : r..,
Daughters of the Confederacy at in Gainesville, will give an assisted by Mra R. B. Alvarez I A. Wood had charge of the pro charge of the Nlmmo dinning i in* In Hradford County, .,.
.1 :Mri. Darby's home. address at the. regular meeting and Mrs. W, B. Alexander. Mrs. I gram. The subject of Mrs.Wood's room on South Church Street, to-wit: : "No'",,

,,4 The meetingwas presided over of the, club Wednesday afternoon R. H. Cox led the devotional. talk was the life of Miss and Is making quite a success of ncr Hmrlniilnir. of theNorthwest at 'the t on .

: by the president Mrs. George W. at 3:30: o'clock. .I Contributions were received for Estelle Haskln, who completed the bu lne8K.BOOTSEY'S. (NW) of the Nortlwant t ,.b.,

Roberta, and Mrs. I. B. Cody Mrs. J. W. Kincaid has chargeof Christmas boxes, for the orphan- a quarter-of a century of editorial for NEW Htnrtlng-.) and run point South, 1 () \: !WUlb', ,
acted as 'secretary pro tern. The the musical. program for the axe at Arcadia. and for the Lottie ,work for the church, Just priorto BEACH 264 feet thence South $ l ) .."
j chaplain, Mrs. Darby opened the meeting and Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Moon Christmas offering for foreign her death last September. Mrs. By MlHH Kffle: Crawford to thence point East of 264 beginning feet ., i: I ....ur,

( .k4 meeting with a beautiful prayer, will preside over the business missions. Titus Olson! circle chairman, pre -5- _:_-_ _4122._ 5PeeI5
; % 1 which was followed by the flag session. The next:! meeting will be held sided 'ovee'a' short business session Reddish Reunion

_lute. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Hostesses for the afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. L. Brown- --Mis Amy Cobura acted as Mrs. Mary Reddish celebratedher '. FUNERAL DIRECTOR-=:

- i gave a financial report and the will be Mrs. L. G. Powell Mrs.J. lee with Mrs. J. H. Lord as co- secretary and"Mrs. A F Sauls eighty-seventh birthday anniversary My Many Tears Experience: Mak
s budget for 1941 was made. The I M. Rrownlee, Mrs. E. J. Dowl- hostess. looked 'after the finance of the Sunday, November 24, it Powibie for M. ,. ,

: highlight of the meeting was the In g Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. Following a social half hour, circle. At the"close of the business with a family reunion at the home EFFICIENT. PROMPT AIIId OOCRTEot'8; SU\1C1

report of the general convention James A. Lewis, Mrs. W. J. Ep refreshments were served by the I session' the hostess! served of her son and daughter-in-law I MODERATE PRICES

In Montgomery,' Ala, which was person, Jr., and Mrs. 'E. S. Mat hosteaa, Mrs. Alexander. sandwiches and hot tea. Mr. and Mrs. W- M. Reddish of DeWITT'C.. JONES

,: given by Mrs. L. A. Davis, who thews. The Young Matrons' Circle met Circle :Number Two met at the this section. j Starke, Florid

was recently president. of the in the annex:! Monday night with homo of 'Judge and Mrs. A Z. Many friends and relatives -
Florida Division, U.. D. C. Mrs. Mission Class were present" to enjoy the picnic -
Study Miss Wilma Alexander and Miss Adkins, and the decorations for 1 -
I. B.. Cody Invited the chapter dinner and family gathering.Mrs. -
Met at ChurchThe Pat Lambe as hostesses. The the living: room were of red .- .
'l\: to meet with her in for
Lawtey received
leader, Mrs. H. L. Hough led Christmas berries and greenery.The many
E'' the January meeting. Mission Study Class, conducted the group in the Lord's prayer, meeting was opened with the lovely gifts from her friends. We

I Mrs. Darby, assisted by her by the W. M. S. of the after which she gave a biographyof Yuletide song, "Joy to the Join In wishing her many more ASHLEY

daughter-in-law, M r.. Charles New River Association In the Lottie Moon and discussed the World" and the devotional service happy birthdays.
Darby, served a tempting; chicken Baptist Church here In preparation work carried on by the Lottie was led by Mrs. W. E. Mid- Mrs. Noah Crews and Mr. and

14 naiad course with coffee. for the Week of Prayer and Moon offering. dleton who read the Christmas Mrs. Don Manning of Macclenny, Automatic Wood Heaters

(( the Lottie Moon Christmas offerIng Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr.. gave lesson from Luke 2:12-14.: and I Mrs. Jim Manning of Manningand

t Mr. and Mrs. Duncan for foreign missions, was the treasurer's report: $1.56 general closed with prayer. Mrs. Effle Boatwrlght of Law.

_ ( '4 Hosts at Dinner Party very Interesting and Instructive. offering, and $2,05 for the Miss 'Amelia Ray had charge tey were recent guests at the FLORENCEOIL'
homo of Mr and Mrs. G. B.
The book studied was "Publish $100,000 Pledge: The Lottie of the program and read Interesting
Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan entertained 1 ing Glad Tidings." by Mrs.! Foy' Moon offering for this meeting extracts from, the World Johns. HEATERSNICE
1 ? i1 Thursday night of last Johnson Farmer of Raleigh, N. C. was $3.75. Seven members were Outlook in. praise of Miss Estelle Donald Crews was a visitor to

week with a dinner-bridge party, Mrs. R. A. Thomas mltislon present. Haskin as a writer, as a pioneer l\facclenny'Saturday.
;.. tt.d! this being the first In a series study chairman presided. The social worker, and as a friend; Mrs. W. A. Guinn of Plant
..li 1 City is spending sometime here LINE OF
4 'that this hospitable couple are book was taught by Rev. A, E. sary.An' Mrs. Will Blair read of Miss Has
arrangement of Autumn with her uncle and aunt Mr. and
d& planning to give during the holiday Llghtfoot. A short business kin Mrs. J.
session as a spiritual guide.
leaves formed the
.. decoration for Mrs. R. N. Crawford.
closed the meeting. W. White told the story of a
l .. .' the living and dining rooms. After Mrs. L M. Murrhee underwent :
Yellow ponpom chrysanthemums supper, games and contests were converted Indian "Hunting serious
a. operation in the St.
_ and Thanksgiving decorations Mr Creep; Mrs. Shepherd enjoyed and the hostess presented Horse," who raised two sons who Vincent's Hospital recently. Her)/

: were used throughout the rooms Entertain for a beautiful gift to the became ministers to their race. P h 8
.. Miss Mann honoree. Vrlends wish"her a speedy --- 0
0 n e
.; of the lower floor. The dining Mrs. S. S. Dowling read! an In- l'e-1 ---
Among the invited ,
guests were: covery.IV
table was centered by an arrangement Mrs. L. A. Shepherd and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. I... H. Jennings, Dr rpfltlnfr 'account nhnut-- Inman :

.. :. of fruit and vegetables R. A. Green were joint hostessesat I and Mrs. Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. and PattleTownaley, missionariesIn / TpisJH("* 1'1' rotu'r OK TUB
;, while red candles in apple candleholders buffet the Belgian Congo, Africa. The UKJHTII Jll>in\l, ('lilt"I IT UVTUB
a supper Friday even- Paul McLendon HARTFURNITURE
Mr. and Mrs. Jim HTATH OV KI.OIIII>%. IV
.. .: balanced the central ar Ing in honor of Miss Arline Mann, I Godwin, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nas. Rev. and Mrs. Townsley are missionary AFOH/ lilt '''.'01111 CWINTV

rangement. Dinner was served at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. worthy"" Calvin Williams, Congressman workers from College 1<:.ivetaeE,4v M.: Tlxnn/ .
.. on the card tables and the talleys Shepherd at the State Farm. This R. Heights Church, In Lakeland, -. { r'arl'led11 I
_ and scores were In keeping with pleasant affair was In celebrationof I Walter A. Green, and Lieut Florida and this church sends I -\' F'IF...1.........,ut, ,."...f..U'U..lh.n CO.
Christensen of I
U., Camp ) Knxynxkl mid huKbxml .. _
the Thanksgiving decorations. Miss: Mann's birthday annlver- I Blanding. $750 a year, towards their sup. KuxynNkl, whose Christian .

._ _After dinner three_progressions poit. name Ix DefendantsNOTICH to plaintiff unknown, Starke Florida

01 onuge were played, ana it was Mrs. Adkins, chairman of circle ) OK ".'..:e,U. !MtSTKH': ",
_ found that Mrs. J. W. Klncaidhad two presided over a business session NA I.":
I Carolyn Callstreet I NOTICK H IIKRKBY:! liVEN I'
made high for ladles and R.K. and Miss! Olive Bay transacted that the undyi"-Blgneil Special' I Mas
Demorest for men. The her duties,as secretary. Arrangements .
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: hostess presented Mrs. Kincaid were made for putting atIIf'j( I'JWWQ1W: 1WI orwSHOP if.JIDftOOIl1il: n

with a hob-nail powder jar and "Fair and colder" jus' fits r kitchen style) Kate Shepherd flowers In the church during the

Mr. Demorest with a silver pocket this week Fair go In' full) get tin' a watch (real one) month of December. An offering
knife. In the bingo game Mrs. tilt, an' cold weather makln' all Eva Anderson and Ruble Mae of $4,25 was made for local work. Ch7.ij.tI1ZQj. ClimE! c/ffjaiJ2

L. D. VIning and Judge A. Z. us gals/: who jus' mus' take In Perkins eatln' Ices Jus' like It was The circle was pleased to welcome ,

Adkins were winners. and they the shows shiver In our jeans the Fourth of July Mis. L. Larson as an associate "
: each received novelty balls f Red flannels would be much r
o Hazel Matthews back in'' the member During I the NOW
1101'p. more comfortable 'A". Too bad school marm bizness (subt itutin' social period, the homes, assisted

: Mr. and Mrs. Duncan had as they Strolled went out with bustles the for Eunice Searing) an' look In' by her daughter, Mrs. Fred Guy AND USE OUR LAY-AWAY" PLAN
their guests: Mr. and Mrs. R. F. midwaylookin' as natural as ever .' Gettin' a nerved a tempting salad course I
for homefolks but r
l)(>moreBt, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. might bigger thrill outta the Fair than with hot tea. Circle Number Two ;
Carpenter, Judg and Mrs. A. Z. 111Yell look in (Jax.,. A sea lots of kids _. s was-tlnvited to ,meet In January : Maiden and ,Formfitbrassieres, Vanity Fair

Atiklnn Mr. and 'Mr!*. L. D. Vln of blrungeru, and here, .a ,sprlnklln'and there of some.theAimy From all' I hear the Woman's with .Mrs. ',J. ';)V. W lte.nd. the 9 )'ti. .- lingerie .' SucB: 'outstanding dress lines "'as
tog, Mrs. J. W. Misses Ray: L
Klnculd Mrs. Club
dance la really fronna "
Fred Lois one I recognize LegionnairesSteve be "an Circle Number Three \, ., Franklin dresses .c. H. D. Robbins Anetta
Guy, Mss Adklns, A. affair" Don't let the mere met at ; ,
H. Cook and K.: Carson Weldon. Kap 'Duncan, and fact that it's flute the home of Mr. and) ?dra. PV L '
Noon Wainwright In their orange the Thirteenth for Frldav: I Williams and -were--graciously; i 'entertained : k dresses, George Hess, etc Shirley Temple

; New ArrivalMr. Legion(What's caps goln1, seeln'on to In things that .tent, ,I Who's superstitious keep you anyway away? ,, ., by Mrs. Williams. Mrs t:' and Cinderella dresses for children A most
L. D. Vlning. circle. chairman
I Plenty ,
town at end Steve pretty girls specially Invited it line
tho ?) complete of
and Mrs. R. II. Green, Jr., Scouts : to come help the club members -' opened the meeting with prayer costume jewelry .

of Brooker announce the arrlva they Boy have too.helpln'good. :Starke exhibit and do a bang up Job at hostess- and presented Mrs. N, D. Wain- Gift items ''for men : Imported sweaters, slipover
of a nine-pound girl, born Wednesday ing, so It's bound to be a wright; Jr., who talked about
! December. The baby Hampton school, displays worth affair peppy Christmas the birthday of Jesus and sleeveless Cordova genuine leather bill
has been named lookln over what It ,
Beverly Ann. meant to the world and
Hawker sellln drinks. wrapped Hear Steve Weldon's a partner what it means to fold sets Zippo lighters with a life-time guarantee -
.................................... himself in a quilt to keep warm In the bowling alley goln' up on Mrs. us.
Vlnlng".presided over a And many/other items
Bob Demorest c mln' downto Temple Avenue Wish they'd short business' g
: meeting and
RUMFORD RIDDLES "look It over" and'stayln' two hurry Jus' read an article routine business .
was transacted.
hours .. Trapeze act (free) is tother day say In' that bowlin' Is It was decided that
Why hat Susan Sounder 'specially good the best exercise there Is for would each one I eta'
: send
bring or a toy to the
Children's day (Wed.) women Cnnrdntpg. t. h.. JEan SIop/2
changed her ..p.lon'/ gave ---" --- -- meeting on the 16th at the church /
many a boy and girl a thrill muscles--or sumpln' (That -the toys, to be given to under-I
Eyes and mouths stretched wide plug oughta be worth a pass privileged children. Mrs. W. B.

seeln fire-eaters sword-swallow- Steve Jus' mall it to Carolyn, Sew 1I Invited the circle to meet Phone 9J FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Starke Fla.
the educated care of ye editor) .
era, horse an' rldin' '
at home the first In
on the various contraption. Never did get Invited to ride January. At the close Monday of the I! tt )t1Wll.1taQQ! >OTlfflJfawvf) It 6w.It "' -ot.IIttICIlIIIIi.If.l. ;: ( ) : jI'I\\Jt'Cf\ !

Teachers havln fun too the Southern's "Inspection" train, meeting the hostess served sand
Can't find out what the fortune but unnerstand they had a swell wiches, cookies and hot tea.

teller told Melvin 'Futch. but he tlme--even without me Saw (>
was well nigh overcome Lt. Richard Kldd dressed to kill
Martha Metcalf an' Willie Mae In his brand new uniform. rldin'

Illnson enjoyuV the rides to Theressa with I Noon Wainwright RecipesWe've NOW I CAN

.I.ORI AMIRMCAUSI Grace Walnwrtght an' Coach Col. Kelley and .Major \
Stephens takln' in the minstrel Larson and their
,now with UMPORD/ I k.r..kM Mv.. along
......blH' .."bohint' a." ""tan*. IUMPOROix show ., Ruby Lilley and Madge with Southern offirlalr, and other had several requests for
>K>li.. ...1.......on'11 l_>.I bltt, ..torn. Send Middleton eat In' cotton candy .. quests, rode the train to, Camp Mrs. \V. E. Mlddleton's Creole AFFORD A NEW GAS RANGE Jf
hx Ull r.6p. .book, Add,..,, *.....,.. .Everybody carryln something and had a steak dinner servedon Shrimp recipe. Mrs. Mlddleton. (
Po dM, l.a I, *umlo>d, Rhode litond. 10..1.bought o r won: Leola Roberts I the special coach They're being of the "old school of cook-

w-mn :.. with"" a garbage can (fancy i still talkin about how thick that nir." does not measure accumtelvbut 'vs.

steak was puts In a pinch. of this and; a' YES A REAL MAGIC CHEF
pinch of that. So all we can 'I ,
Hear Miss Anna Fay (palmist) says ,
BOREE FUNERAL HOME to and taste price.
"put until it'sjust low
told George Manaaaa he'd be married "" at a new
Ambulance Sorvlco Day or Night Phone 134 within right.
another month ,
_______________ We he added. a late model AMBULANCE to our equipment Anybody want to place a bet? lined.1 1-2 Ibs of boiled shrimp ai "Ever since I've been married rye 1I'ID
with for Be glad to hold the stakes a Magic Chef Gas Ranje-&nd now
special springs riding.
easy "
_ One large bell with'
pepper I these new low prices I'm not going
_ "A 1IOME-UKJ5 INSTITUTION" O. II. IteaiieU, Manager Hadja noticed Two or three medium sized _ _ one another minute."
: Kx-Starkeltee onions. .
D return every week-end to see the About three-fourths cup of o I, l This year more women than ever Y"**:yint

"boom town" Frank Carpenter chopped celery if desIred. goodby to old ttaw-wMtin, trt'"Zcooking
S -' -- the amaiinf! "fM
bell -- thanks to
lookln it tother Fry peppers. onions and '
over ,
celery: in hot fat until golden modem Made Chef Gas Kanlet.tt1JtIII.,
COME -- SEE -- HEARUncle Frances (Hemingway) Alexanderand brown. Add one large can of new Magic Chefs make eu before
husband here quicker, more economical than ever
too Mrs. tomatoes. one small can of to. '

_ Dave Macon and Son D rris Love and daughter, Marian, back mato paste about two table. Efficient- non-dor top burners IIIh&IJIItI'..'."
again from China Came on spoons of ketchup, a dash of pepper o 0 uaUcally. and adjust from tiny Iifl3 eftll\1\

With a troup of entertainers from the Empress of Asia In 72 vinegar, one teaspoon of a Vail the; insulated OyeD bskeS ,__
hours Vorcestershlre Sauce, dash of -. -- eli ...0..... with heat controlled bftiJcf
of -
storm on! the Pacific, red pepper, dash of tobasco sauce, Red Wheel: new okeletTP:
j TheGrandOleOpry and black-outs every night all a small clove of garlic (this I la make broiling' really .I pleasure.

the way All Americans must' optional) and salt to taste, cook

,W. S. M. Nashville Tenn. leave China soon. It seems ,II shrimp gently about and heat.one hour.Immediately Add Beautiful cUeanHned Magic 1 a
Mra. Love '
was flabbergasted at before serving fry".several piecesof Chef wltfc popular divided $$120INVESTIGATE
_ the changes wrought in Starke breakfast bacon. Crumble top.and folding cvveraOs.
At Macclenny Community Center Wednesday sine she was here last Does bacon Into small pieces and trtanpb $1 ,ou'"

she like it? Well, just ask sprinkle over top of shrimp and GA-

Nite, December, llth-7:30 P. M. he*} .. auce. -Matfc Oie/ HYDRO

Becomln' glad I rags: Evelyn Serve with rice. SERVICE WITH THE

Stumps' new fur coat Mar THE RED WHEEl GAS RANGE
: Lake City High School Building Thursday garet Duncan's green suit and I HAMPTON THE WITH METERED BUTANE

, ______ leather-trimmed hat ny, Ml.. Ada Nlnuna UFETIMI BURNER; CUARArmE_ SYSTEM

Night December 12-7:30 P. 'M. Well, folk Thaaa all for ,
this I Several new pupils have been NO TANK TO
time Gotta hurry out BUY FURNISHED
_____ an take another turn on the tilt- enrolled In the Junior High I SYSTEM

a-whlrl-As if Starke wasn'tgiddy School In the past two.months.
V.;;' _41 Grammar School High School Children : .
15c and Adults enough these days without Members of the seventh grade ", Gainesville Gas Co.
r _____________ reporting to artificial nines( *!),of the school here are taking a ,
So long 'til next week 'I great interest la the safety pro-'; THE
-Carolyn. gram. Last week ,they asked the' 972 FUELS
___________ I Virginia Avenue Phone Gainesville iffiC





to. (IS) In Block Twelve (lit 'In Iprnperty denorlhed therein will W*
IBITS! of LOCAL NEWS At Least There's I being wit: described as follow ,I Tempi*,'* Addition In the City of : ) the highest bidder at'''Urn
1 first Mo*-
Iota One (I) and Three (U, In Hlarke, Bradford County Florida.It l court house door on
One Honest Man I Itlock Nineteen (1'). aa par the In..fiirthrr ordered that this dar In the month of January I'4I.which .
map or plat of tile Orlitlnnl. Townof I order be published In the llradford [ I I. the 81h day of January
'- -- Bradford County, Flor ('nuatT.I..r"lIh./ a weekly newn- .
:1w. spent TuesMrs. Mr. and Mrs, John Uglow; 1 1II Mr. and MHj.1.' Ralph Cox and IIflre'.. a story to shame the ida.::Harkco. of|In general aaul Bradford circulation,County publIshed I 1940.OFFICIAL 1911.rated. this' 5th day of December

!:: Jacksonville visiting their SGn.1 daughter C11thla.. of Uve Oal bran of anaoftswho vw said And plalntlfff h.vtng mAd., de.fendanta Florida, mice each week for fourionNeciitlvn ( 8KAL) A, J. Thorn
Jacksonville.KIncaid Kill all defendantsherein
fj said'
in-law and daughter. Mr and I the poor will take everything to both weeks.VITNHK.S Clerk of Circuit. Court of Bradford
were week-end guests of Mrs named and dealgnated; \ : my hand and officialaeal IS-tl
Florida 4t
Julius M. Smlthloved Mrs.! R. U McDowell. Cox' parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. they uui get Ire*. and then known and unknown and havingatale.l I at KtarUe, Florida, this XU, County n.4\\
which I
sworn -
and In said bill
home ask for November.; A. l> 1940.lOFFK'IAIj .
Into their new Silcox. 0"-t'1" to. all matter necessary to entitleher I HKAL) A. ?. ThomasClrrll
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Middletonof I iiUgriuit to prorewN by. publlcntlctn to N O T ITNTY HnitADFOKI
Madison Street. .1 foot-M rT. bedraggled .. whomsoever | of the Circuit Court of llrad.ford ('4 FLOIUDA.Uecomber .
fort brlnaIn all p r on*
Atkinson Ga., were guests Mra. I. B. Dinkins and son. Car Worker turned up the a* parties defendant to thin suit, I U.4', County. uelRrer Florida., 4th, 1040..soPICK .

E, j. Hazen of Brooker Monday and Tuesday of Dr and of Bushnell and Mrs. W. J. Grit other day 'In. Camp Blinding you and each of you to the are hill herebyrequired of So II oil or rr Plaintiff that pursuant is to Het-t HKrtrcnY Ion fl of OIVKM Chapter *

I'll. guest last Wednesday of Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton. fin of Jacksonville were recent' where late Mat welfare board complaint to flied appear lioreln HKtilnut you j n.1 4t IS-2 ;K2941!! Law of Florida Act. of. 1

the Mre' A, E. McKinney. guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. K Me In distributing surplus' eommodltieai In the ahoy. entitled, cause on orbefore 1937. following known a'" and Little Ann Johns returned lust kinney to needy famllU the Ith I.or/ January A. 1 XVI'ICK) OKFOR "1'\.t'lo" County/, Florida, will koffered .
D. 1941.
T 'o X IIKKIIIMennte for sale' at public outcryfor
and Mr8. JB- Samuels week from DeLand where she whoMi men\ wrjre ,working but The Hradford County Telegraph, Itlll No,. lea: ( th. hlKhent and heat cash, bidder

d.) and Mrs. C. A. White Visited her uncle and aunt Mr. Miss Liucile Kennedy returned hadn't yet been paid. A n">VHpa\. \ >r publlxhed. In lI..aolf..r". .. I NOTICH] 18 HKKRUY a)1\'KN. ,, subject to the right of tMa'rueteea
Silver Springs.! and Mrs. Herbert Durden. He told welfare worker hl'l County Florida, In hereby desig.naiad That 1.1..1.l Htrlckland holder. of of the Intfirnul Jmprov
Sunday at Sunday afternoon from Baxley, a* the newspaper Tax ('",'lIfI..ale No. 140, lu..d (bTth ..'' ment Fund to reject any and all
Ga. where she spent the weekend had walked two mllm In the this order shall be day of Haptember A. It 19:11I.1: I bids, at the Courthouse beginning 4
O Duncan and her .Capti S. A. Bryan returned with her Dr. and wrong directionthen ..we more each week for four' cunaeeutiv.l, has filed Name In mv office- and ,, at 1OOU: o'clock A. M. tin the 3rd ,
BI.. I K parents. A. l D. 1841, Eaae-
w..k.vlt" has made application for n tax deedto day of January
Mr'T E. Duncan of last week from, a visit with Mrs. F. D. Kennedy.Mrs. miles before finding their tn- ..**. my hand "" I be. issued. th..n.'laId certificate .,I ment for road right' of way So*
Wednesday In friends and 'relatives In Tltusvllle Uon and now hail to carry the Clerk of the r I roil It Court In and 'embracea the following d.- feet wide will be nerved from 1
rine.pent( for Hrndfurd County Florida this parcel through which there. laun
Hcrlbed In the County of any
nvUle. and other points In the state. K. G. Duncan Mrs.'R.: J. 10 pounds of fallowed him :3rd day of December., A. P. 1940. Kradford.; property male of Florida, to-wlt:1 I] existing 8tat Hoad.HK '

I Davis and Mrs. A. Z. Adklnt the two milt b ick to wherehis KKIOIAl4, Circuit. SEAL Court) A.1., Bradford ThomasClerk All NW,." of HW' K: uf Ito Bxl!,, "1 of NK'% of NR'4: 'Section S
L.. S. Hutto hadakend family watt, oamped. about 3: A In KW' Cor Met xSTownship ,,Twp f H... Hw, t3 K, 10 Aurna.HV'4
C last ('ounFIR.
and Mrs. I Mrs A : Durden of Tampa li were In Worthington Springs / B S. R. ft Kat, run- of NKVi of NISV Section 1Twn t
hours later and looking any.thing T. frank Landrum ., ..., S3 K.. U> AcreeTrustees
guests Miss' Edna came Monday to spend sometime Friday attending the Trl-Countj atarke, Florida tttlnlnir 31 Acre more or less.The 7 H H .
and Olivero Federation of Woman's Clubs.Mrs. '. but fresh am a daisy, the HAZAHI> A THAMB.1.Jarknnvllle. : assessment JJTf Jacksonville with her daughters Mrs. O. L>. allowed again at Florida.IIKOKilR arty under the Maid c.rt"'.,,( Fund of the Slat
of Miami. ,. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid I same man up 11. IIAPP.VaHhlnKton sued wax In the name of trnk nown. I of Florida
? G. W Roberts. Mrs Hal the romnMKTlty distribution \ U. (\ UillexK said reitlflcat shall! beredeelied liy A. J. Thomas., Agent. Trustees It
MocordliiK1' to brie the It.Fund llradffird f'onntv
I Edwards and Mrs. I. B. point and dumped his 40pouiidIttatl RulU-ltor tor Plaintiff' li-85t 1.31
Solar; Cody
Mrs..Leo S. en- Congressman and Mrs. R. I
r. and A'I. of Lawtey were here Wednesday bark on the counter. ,! i 1I
eel ns dinner' guests Wed- Green gave a Thanksgiving I afternoon of Just after he had < attending a meeting 1
Reynolds of Lincoln City, l 1).1' |
y the ReV. Father J. P.Tpastor ner party at their home on North-' the United< Daughters of the Con. to the migrant camp You are hereby notified that

of the Sacred,. Heart Walnut Street This happy affair 1, federacy where his wife und childrenwere Floyd J. Reynolds a* plaintiff nan
filed hits. hill of complaint\ for divorce
''ck Green Cove Springs. was enjoyed by twelve mem tilting the worker attain von Helen. M heyholds .'
of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Brown. of Knottier migrant who had been an defendant In the Circuit
[ l. Sayles. bers of the family. Court of llradfnril Cmintv Florida' I
Harry > enough to, get
lir j long
New Orleans La., are here for a working In Chancery, rasa No. inos. amt
visit with their uncle and aunt,, paid came up and offrnit to Thin IH to command you to appear ,
.... I him until INydI\Y. 'In wild can* and court on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. They Make January 6th tlHI. otherwl thealtrgatlons
NAT SEZ : will leave Thursday for Orange- I So the fuutllO' client explrtlnel ::' of bill of riiinplalntwill ,
tie tm token a* vonfenHOtl. by yutl.The ..
he was r>turni>K ,
S. C. .
burg, l Ilrmlfnrd County 1'.I..r"I'h I.*
.t Homo folks are mill .t"It'hruClnJt free food. Soini>oni> else now hereliv. .. designated. H* lht< 'ni>WHia|''*r
ThankFicI'vInK ur maybe it's just needed. It more than he. In which this orrler shall l 10. pnhllnlicd -
Mrs.V A. Bonham has moved for four ronHecntlve weeks'
the cold \\pftther." 1'iirn he turned and 'lMKi: n Witness,
|prior In KiiUI return day
from the residence formerly occupied -
rt'r' Christmas IN juA around ho corner the Lint twi -ntll.* walk buck I my hand and ufflclal. seal at
by her on South Walnut I"Sttirk, 1rndfnrd.anty" "Klorliln'
: so u> MM ak, It"OI! than throw Street and Is now rooming with homo I this' U.M'emlxT. .1, 1HO :
LV week off and If you huxrn't OFFICIAL' HK4L I A. .1. Thomas) Guaranteed For Service
Mrs. Jennie Thornquest on clerk tif Clrfiilt Coint. of llritdfordCounty
HtiirUNl Xmas shopping act, I ,
jour Thompson Street. Hunting Licenses Flnrids.Knight .
take guy advice and begin.If A- KnlKhtStnrkp I I.

I were you I wouldn't even Mrs. W. S. Gibson and children, Go Begging FlotillaAtturneyM for 1'lnlntlff. U-6" u.n

take a rhanre on the I'oM Office, Billy and Tommy returned Sunday first of hunting season I 1938 Plymouth Coach $425.00
The day run 4'.If'IIT. (-'li'lt'.' i% ."M>
they are just an liable to run out to their home In St Petersburg -
2d J failed b y '
November II"FOII lilt 4lF1f11t''Oil > >",
of stamp a few Uijs before after spending Thanksgiving a large measure to attract Its KI.4IIIIII, l\ II' \.'Iau' 1939 Ford Coach 595.00
Christmas ait not here with Dire. Gibson's parents, I FrueanlV, KitdlnKtnn, "
usual number of sportsmen' to Plaintiff\ ,
Mr. and Mrs; ST. N. Kendrick, and woods.A I -V-. f/rder of ruMUitllonC. 450.00 w
GIFT the fields A. Flitch, et al. 1937 Chevrolet Coupe _
Ch eP check of the number of huntIng efendiintiiIN .
/' Mrs.. A. b1'" rRicharde returnedlast the office of Tin N\.MKI OK" TIIH :MTATMli
:. SZ licenses sold In
[SUGGESTIONS b1nl ( 1937 Chevrolet Sedan 450.00 .
: [: week to her home at the Judge E. K. Perrymnn OI> Vo FIXMUHA I flUKKTINtlS; : a
County : James Kli-kllter( U.13:t ICuntMiiulevard "
t/ State Far.an': 'after spending the revealed that on .the first day Charlotte, N C.Maltha I
Hickok Belts had been sold. Klckllter, Ilil'l:' Haatlloiilevanl 1938 Chevrolet Sedan 450.00
129 licenses
past two months In Detroit Chailotte. N. C.
$1 & $1.50 This was far under the number You, And each. of y..... are h..hyo"d..r.
with her son and daughter-in-law, of hunting permit, sold by this ." and required' to appear, to 1938 Chevrolet 1.2 Ton Pickup 425.00

|Hickok Tie Sets Mr and Mrs. Will Rlcharde. lime last. year,. 253. In 1938 sales the iiicalnxi, bill, you uf complaint on or' before herein JunnaryI filed I,

I were even better -than lust year nth A, l>, 1(141( the name fining 1939 Dodge 1 Ton Pickup 475.00
50c up the fleet Monday ill January.. A. 1>,
Judge Perrymai"Isahl."Hunting IC41<
i license sales are 'waybehind You and each of horebv .!
Nor East Ties i this year." the Judge said given due and l.'Hiil you nollro are that 1936 Ford 1-2 Ton Pickup 275.0O

1' this I IH H stilt brought,, fur the fnrecloHiire .
$1.00Manhattan i "People are too busy now days, i>f a certain. morlKaice filed
to hunt." he added by way ofe.planation I for. record In t h.. office of th..
Shirts t'lerk of the Circuit Court hi andfor
Of the 129 licencessold I \
Hlmir.ril" County, Florida, In
65: are state licenses and 64 Hook 4, page DIM, public recordn' i
$2.00lanhattan ewer llcenwes. ..r llia Are county Cumbering the following .1"'rlb..I','
Pajamas rNP i Hunting season recalls sharply I Ir I "thuds. ...ItI..vln... and bring In I
Rtr3r to minds the', late A. -A. Dur-, llrndforil t'ounly Klorliln' to.wit
,...1.. < )ln. II I
), Two (2>, ThreeS Starke Florida
$2.00Men's r df'n. Bradford County's game conservation :,, ( ). Pimr; (41 Flvo (Ii). Mix HI. ,
officer i at the time of' Svn ((7). Kl'&ht (A). Nine (9).
Gloves I Ten (10), KlxvKii (11)t I ) and Twelv .,
his death en.rlv.tthls year. III I .

$149 + I I wan ;;'iwa.ysh'.":'cuutom 'upon the'', _.- -- f
UP'i' opening of hunting season to

Holeproof Sox ,.-,- I bring down to the! Telegraph hi ,!

article or two on goo.t sports :illloLOOK'r AmplePairiklng

3 for $1.00 I manthlp. safety, and hunting reg, !

t' illations and. It may be addedthat ,
[Leather Jackets I Space
II I 'Important aa rA. plans | under his regtme hunting ii
$6.98 up I by yJ .. Bradford became a real sport

thim Tn uranc. I und commercial hunting; of our: r

park Twain Shirts 7 I Policy birds was SlOpJ>C"t. All the hunters '.

I From lint to last bought their licensee and car

$1.65 you'r./*..from lot- rled them too, because you could GROCERIES

It it lhWISEST. I II when Mr. Durden might
n's *u* lr never tell
Robes $4.95 I cou,../" I show up and ank"lo' see It!: Ni Sugar Maxwell House

I successor hall yet' been appointed 22 23c

[ aysen Pajamas Holeproof Hose 1 HARDLDC.WALLVOU t I I Ito this position. 5 Pounds C Coffee, Lb.

$1.65 79c $1.00 $1.15STERNBERG'S Friends of Mm. P. H. Long an

I'glad to know that she Is maklni Fancy Blue "1 Bulk Prunes

GENERAL P INfURANE a good recovery after a ten days C 5

HAVE. Illness. Mrs. Long had a* recent Rose Rice, 5 Ibs. JL *J Pound C

PLEASE ..PHONE visitors her daughters: Mr. B. S.

I Carroll and bliss. Lois LOOK 01JackRonvllle I Salad Dressing "II fT 2 Pkgs.

; Billy Long of the 5

J.University H. Ritch of of Florida JxekRonvllle.; and Mrs or Relish, Quarts JL 1 C Salt C

Mr. and Mrs E. S. Matthews Can 24 Lbs. t

We Have OpenedA will leave tomorrow afternoon foiCrlundn !' i 17 C 77C

where Mrs. Matthew Corned Beef Sol Flour

N I will remain a week with her sun.

In-law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs, No. 2 CanTomatoes
Flour 20 Lbs.
BRANCH H. B. McLemlon, Mr. MItthewlIwill 5

attending be In the Miami National all next Conven week I C Pillsbury i OC

Farm Market .
tlon of Railroad ..Commissioners.NKV .

.(Sales To Licensed Dealers Only) .A TRAIN HCIIEDtTLE 3 Ib*. 1 0 LettuceCooking 15

K.. '..1... Northbound e Heads C
0:13 Apples
_. No. 2-Due starke : a. m.
-- No. 10 --Due Starke 6:21: p n>

ITO I Southbound Irish Potatoes Large 1

YOU No. 1---Due Starke 10:32: p. m. I 14 Oc

ACQUAINT No. 107- Due Stark 9:20: a.- m. 10 Lbs. No. 1 e Tilery, head B

With The Excellent. Quality Of Our Brews, We Would No. 101 Ntvrke-ilrU-Leaven Starke Brunch 7 a. m.,, I! 3 lbs. Complete Line of Fruit Cake

Like To 'Give You Free A Bottle 'Of La Tropical Ale Or No.dally. m.102 except-Arrives Sunday.Starke 1:5Cp. : Yellow)) Onions tOe Materials -.-

Fla 6 Beer! Clip Coupon Printed Below And I
Simply .' '
1*. Tint ( IHfill <>! 1' roll
I' TIIK r.njirrii ."'In"', 'I, CIH.ri MEATS
To Dealer ''T nr THK 01"1'.' nr "',011_
Present ll> 11 AMI "OH RR"UVOHn
(01 MT tIt.t"('t;"". ,c..NI I
I "' 0. IMFEllsab.th Swift's Tenderized Swift's Premium
., f. l's'a, single. Indlvldu- 2'5c
--- .. ally und s.. Kjrfolrln of the I K.t.t. 221Le
'; I of Chart-e I'Ulntlff f. Hm, ..... dcci-niioil, Hams, Ib.Swift's Chili Roll)], Lb.

FLORIDA BREWERY INC i. I Orntff.v.-W ('nl.. ft al.I l, Rindless New Spread
TAMPA : etf I n.f.nd"nt*. | f\s*
; I I ORDKK (>'p"" BrvifR\ BV "VII.I 23 ,

ti. Florida )1 : ., ,I TO: fl.ornrW! I.1OATION....!. If living "n 1. Breakfast Bacon, lb. C and Gem Oleo, lb. JLv/V
Tampa, : If dead the heirs. d."I.ee., gran-
.!I.ij! ,,..--. e ,lirei' \ r*...p and all partie cllmtnir byt
c'. Local Manager ..:, .. through or umlvr O.or.. W, Cole. I All Pork Country
: Homer Sutton, .c..d: 1 ,{
T. H. IMIIon. )If lung, and II. Cork
\ dead, the hlr devb'a. ernni.. J\ JLt/V/ r.
...'.;!.ItI',:'. and all parties rtalrrUnir by Smoked Sausage, lb. 6aA Lb. .
.:. .' through or under T. II. Dillon .;
- .- -. - - -' .. .'.r ,I f*cea..d: -
H, If living and K
dead th To Any Licensed Dealer: I -o*. and all partl.a claiming by',
through or under. T. 11. Hoyt d.

To- I I roKsod.: and cUlnnlnv any I Interest R. JOHNS & SON
Entitles Bearer All partioH S.
This Coupon and lOc under Any ,., all of the pft.rtlnnv
>> named, r>r otherwise. In.
BOTTLESLa f the property h..In.r..r dwllvml a j
Tropical Ale or Fla., 6 BeerWe right.on.till who*. i>r claim:'et" In vatat nr a,, ,
: the land* hereinafter dcucrlbxl, )

will redeem this coupon from any licensed dealer for ten cents In nr".1'any.. d."le0"part thereof grcnt.ev, either. an or Phone 45 Near S. A. L. Depot ,

FLORIDA BREWERY INC. other claimant by. tbrough or
favh TAMPA under any ..f I ho above immrHdefendant
., or Gb.rI. the land

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a'' all(;Vil'l' I, FRIDAY
,I "ft'"_", BRADFORD OOUN'I'Y TEJ..lGBArD.!) .
,' IAGL m to ter, by virtueof a Final Decree log'
' City Council for signals place heretofore rendered In the Circuit Also Two { ) ...
W. S. ,C. S. Circles the school building; where: Court at Bradford County Florida, f ('0 eemm.nar al'thre
'i4 Jjl SOCIETY and CLUBS near highway, In That certain Chancery a u I t of the uf 1 the
Have Enjoyable MeetingsCircle the children cross wfcMttln E. ,H. Tli-", Unmarried In of the NOI.lh..1 ortb ilk
the "postofflce building Plaintiff, and lichen Katynnkl, and N"rth.a'l uertw
I One of the and near tie husband __...... Ka_ynnkl, whore nhttlon Thlrty.r"Ut ,
Number where the childrep cross rhrlstlan name In to Plaintiff ( lal)
a U. D. C. Met WednesdayWith Stageberg to Address Baptist W. M. S. Circles Woman's Society of Christian way to get the mall. hlgh.r f are defendant, will offer unknown two' '22t, alsexh', Itan.. '
I Monday afternoon at for sale and edit. to the highest and Csena6rd. I h"n'c, ''Mlru,
' s'''+ Mrs. Darby Woman's Club MemberSMrs. Met In Annex Service met The council was delighted bout bidder -or"' bidders- tar cash Keel. '", "'oath ,I.
the bD'of( Judge and Mrs. E and had those In front of the South Door of the ,aing, vall" "+ )yard,
the request .IIlnt ,
chairman of Circles Nos. 1 and 2 of the K. Perryman, and entertainingwith Immediately llradfurd County Courthouse In .t(rIO, mor"ntaln, ., ins .e
+ Mrs A. M. Darby, buss Etta R. A. Green, ings prepared Starke! ., Florida, on Monday, the I... nnA.Srctloo '
Mrs. / ,
I ; Tlsoi), and Mrs. L. Q. Powell Citizenship of the Starke Woman's Baptist W. M. .U. met jointly in Mrs. Ferryman were Mrs. Debbie Hall, who has had 6th day of January A. D.. 1D41, between "hit I h. N rlb..ot Ix

g f were co-hostesses Wednesday afternoon Club, has announced that O. C. the church annex Monday after Titus Olson and Miss Kate Struth, much experience In managing 2:00: o'clock the hours P. M.of,11:00 to: natlnry A. M., and the 'H'eal th"n.I 7"I, : ,'u ill,

' when they entertained the R. Btageberg Instructor in architecture noon, Mrs. R. A. Thomas had MUa Amy Coburn conductedthe cafeterias in Tampa, has assumed term of aald decree; the following weal', 4i_ nil,', IJn. !X"jh \
of FlorIda of the and was service and Mrs.A. dOl'cl'lbed property lying and beIng IIltld ., i
's11; W. T. Weeks Chapter. United at the University charge program devotional charge of the Nimmo dinning In Bradford County, Florida, feet. q"," ''N W.Yo
Daughters of the Confederacy at In Gainesville will give an assisted, by Mra. R. B. Alvarez .' Wood; had charge of the pro- on South Church Street, to-wlt: Ihl'n. l't I'" 1',.. .
) Mrs. Darby's home. address at the. regular meetingof and Mrs. W, B. Alexander. Mrs. gram. The subject of Mrs. room is making quite a success of Beginning at the Northeast. Corner 11"11 1111'I,2\ ,' : r..., on'h<
H. Cox led the devotional. life of Miss and of the Northwest Quarter nil ,'lot
the club Wednesday afternoon R. Wood's talk was the inhl4 .I I i-fti
},, The meeting was presided over the business (NWVi of the Nortleant Quarter. r ,
yM by the president Mr*. George W. at 3:30 o'clock. Contributions were received for' Estelle Hankln. who completeda (NEW\. ) and run South 660 fet Twenty rwNix.81" ', > w'hi

Roberta, and Mra. I. B. Cody Mrs. J. W Kincaid has chargeof Christmas boxes, for the orphan quarter-of a century of editorial BOOTSEY'S BEACH for 264 starting feet thence point South, thence S30 Went feet, Slxt""I'' '11\ F.ax 1).(,
ss, at Arcadia and for the Lottie work for the church Just priorto .. ore o
, acted as secretary pro tern. The the musical program for the age Crawford thence Kant 284 feet thence Northto I<
I b: I Moon Christmas offering for foreign her -death last September. Mrs By Miss Kftle: point of beginning. contain. P.r
j' chaplain, Mra. Darby, opened the meeting and Mrs. K. G. Duncan, 1 2-I 4t I It.Z\ I'P.CIa)
t meeting with a beautiful prayer, will preside over the business missions. Titus Olson circle chairman, pre- Reddish Reunion

which was followed by the flag session. The next meeting will be held. sided overt short business session Mrs. Mary Reddish celebrated 'FUNERAL

salute Mra. E K. Perryman Hostesses for the afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee -Mia Amy Coburn acted' M her eighty-seventh birthday anniversary '. DIRECTOR i

gave a financial report and the will be Mrs L.. G. Powell, Mrs.J. with Mrs 3, H. Lord as co- secretary and Mrs. A, F. Sauls Sunday, November 24, My Many Team' Experience Make It Possible for Meta ilia J

budget for 1941 was made. The I I M. Brownlee, Mrs K.: J. Dowl- hostess. looked! 'after the finance of the with a family reunion at the homeof EFFICIENT" PROMPT and COURTEOUS! SU\lCl *

highlight of the meeting waa the tng Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. Following a social half hour, circle. At. the close of the business her son and daughter-in-law, MODERATE PRICES

report of the general conventionin James A. Lewis, Mrs. W. J. Ep refreshments were served by the sslon' the hostess served Mr. and lira. W. M. Reddish of DeWITT C. JONES

Montgomery,' Ala., which was person, Jr., and Mrs. E. S. Mat. hostess. Mrs. Alexander. sandwiches and hot tea. this section. Starke. Florida

given by Mrs. L. A. Davis, who thews. The Young Matrons' Circle mi Circle Number Two met at the friends and relatives

was recently president of the in the annex Monday night with homo ef'Judge and Mrs. A. Z. were Many present to enjoy the picnic

Florida Division, U. D. C. Mm !Mission Study Class Miss Wilma Alexander and Miss Adkin. and the decorations for dinner and family gathering.

I. B. Cody Invited the chapterto Pat Lambe as hostesses. The the living room were of red Reddish received many
!Met at ChurchThe Mrs.
meet with her In Lawtey for leader, Mrs H. L. Hough led Christmas berries and greenery.The lovely gifts from her friends. We I
the January meeting. the In the Lord's meeting was opened with the
Mission Study Class, con- group prayer join In wishing her many more ASHLEYAutomatic
Mra. Darby, assisted by her ducted by the W M. S. of the after which she gave a biography Yuletide song "Joy to the happy birthdays.Mrs. .
ilaughter-in-law M l'a. Charles New River Association In the of Lottie Moon and discussed the World," and "the devotional service Noah Crews and Mr. and

Darby, served a tempting chicken Baptist Church here In preparation work carried on by the Lottie was led by Mrs. W E. Mid- Mrs. Don Manning of Macclenny, Wood

naiad course with coffee. for the Week of Prayer and Moon offering. dleton who read the Christina Mrs. Jim Manning of Manning HeatersFLORENCE
Mrs. T. K. McClane Jr.. gave lesson from Luke 2:12.14: and
the Lottie Moon Christmas offer- and Mrs. Effie Boatwrlght of Law-
Mr.! and Mrs Duncan Ing for foreign missions. was the treasurer's report: $1.56 gen-: closed with prayer tey were recent guests at the

Hosts at Dinner Party very Interesting and instructive. eral offering, and $2 05 for the I II Miss Amelia Ray had chargeof homo of Mr. and Mrs. G. B.
$100,000 Pledge/; The Lottie anJ read Interesting -
The book studied was "Publish program Johns. OIL
Moon offering for this meeting I' the World
Mr. and Mra. K. G. Duncan entertained ing Glad Tidings." by Mrs. Foy:I extracts from Donald Crews was a visitor to
was $3.75. Seven members were Miss Estelle
t : Thursday night of last Johnson Farmer of Raleigh, N. C.' Outlook In praise'of Macclenny Saturday.
week with a dinner-bridge party, Mrs R. A Thomas mission, present. Haskln as a writer, as a pioneer Mrs W. A Guinn of Plant

7 this being the first In a series study chairman presided. The I social worker and ns a friend; City Is spending sometime here LINE OF

t + 'that thin hospitable couple are book was taught by Rev. A EI sary.An arrangement of Autumn Mrs. Will Blair read of Miss Has- with her uncle and aunt Mr. and

planning to give during. the holidays. Lightfoot. A short business session leaves formed the decoration for kin as a spiritual guide. Mrs, J. Mrs R. N. Crawford CHRISTMAS GIFTS

closed! the meeting. the living and dining rooms. After W. White told the story of a Mrs.. L. M Murrhee underwent
convarte. d Indian, "Hunting I
Yellow ponpom chrysanthemums upper, games and contests were a serious operation In the St. !
and Thanksgiving decor atlons Mrs. Green; Mrs. Shepherd enjoyed and the hostess presented Horne" who raised two sons who Vincent's Hospital recently. Her! ---Phone
I became ministers to their race. 80-
were used throughout the rooms Entertain for Miss Mann a beautiful gift to the honoree. Mrs. S. S. Dowling read an interesting Vrlends withi her a speedy re-j J l

of the lower floor. The dining Among the invited guests wereDI' account about Inman cover)'. ]lI I j

table was centered by an arrangement and Mrs. and Mrs. L. H.
Mrs. L. A. Shepherd Jennings, Dr
and Pattie Townsley, missionaries iv TIIK (rim I'r' {'OI'IIT ov. THKKK.ii'1'ii
of fruit and vegetables, R. A. Green were Joint hostesses and Mrs. Kelley, Mr. and Mrs in the Belgian Congo, Africa. The jimriti. ('iiu i ir or HARTFURNITURE
while red candles In apple candle- at n buffet supper Friday evenIng Paul McLendon, Mr. and Mrs. Jim : are missionary run HT4TK OK s i.oniis. IVAVU
Rev. and Mrs. Townsley ron nit \IIKOIIi fttiNTV
holders balanced the central ar In honor of Miss Arline Mann Godwin, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nas- workers from College IV ('If A IU'IU' .

rangement. Dinner was served at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. worthy, Calvin Williams. Congressman Heights Church, I In Lakeland, I':. M.: TlBon Plaintiff, unmarried. I

on the card tables and the talleysand Shepherd at the State Farm. This R. A. Green and Lieut. Florida, and this church sends -VllK urr.'I 'enr.i.f. MortKnc CO.
scores were In keeping with Ilcllen Kuxyiinkl and husband '
pleasant affair was in celebrationof Walter Christensen of Camp -
towards their support ... ian
$750 a year Kazynxki whose ('hr.
the Thanksgiving decorations. 'Miss: Mann's birthday a'nnlver- Bland Ing. name ix ti> plaintiff unknown, I II IOTICM Starke Florida
After dinner three progressions Deof..ncJ'"M'
Mrs. Adkins, chairman of circle )% OF Nl.::(.\t. !MlMTKIfHNOTICE !
of bridge were played, and It was
fount that Mrs.' J. W. Klncald Callstreet -I two, presided over a business session -I IS MKUI3BY (:OlVKNi t
Carolyn and Miss Olive Ray transacted that the undersigned Special,; Mae-
had made high for ladles and R. her duUee- secretary. Arrangements _u_ .
K, uemorest for- men. The as R IifRiR itLltih "J1Q1+0 4T1iAt -
hostess presented Mrs. Kincaid were made for putting'

with hob-nail and "Fair and colder" Jus1 fits kitchen style) Kate Shepherd flowers In the church during the
a powder jar
Mr. Demoreat with a silver pocket this week Fair goln' full I gettln' a watch (real one) month of December. An offeringof 'r: dfriiibnai E7ini

L r knife. In the bingo game Mrs. tilt, an' cold weather makln' ,all Eva Anderson and Ruble Mae $4.23: was made for local work. i o4jaLn

L. D Vining and Judge A. Z. us gala, who jus' mus' take In Perkins eatln' Ices Jus' like It was The circle was pleased to wel-

Adkins were winners and they the shows shiver In our jeans the Fourth of July come Mrs. L. Larson as an associate To

a each received novelty balls o f Red flannels would' be much Hazel Matthews back ln the member During 1 the r : SHOP NOW

more comfortable ,. Too bad school marm bizness (subatltutin social period, the hostess assistedby '

w ", soap.Mr. and Mrs Duncan had as they went out with bustles for Eunice Searing) an' lookln her daughter, Mrs. Fred Guy A'ND USE OUR LA 'X A WAY PLAN
Strolled along the midway .served. a tempting salad course
their guests: Mr. and Mrs R. F. as natural as,ever Gettln' a '
lookln' for homefolks, but might with hot tea Circle Number Two '
x Demorest Mr. and Mrs. D. P. bigger thrill outta the Fair than Maiden and Formfit brassieres Vanity Fair
an well look In ,iJax A sea lots of kids wasinvited to 'meet in January

Adklrm Carpenter, Mr?,Judge anti Mrs and Mrs.L. D.A.Vlnlng. Z. of .atrungers..a aprlnklin' of theArmy 'From) all I.: hear: .4 the Woman's i with Misses Mrs. ,J.,,}V. White. and the t. .' ,:. lingerie .' Such outstanding dress lines c s'I

Mrs. J. W. Klnculd, Mrs. one I,recognize and here ,and" LegionnairesSteve there some Club dance la really rbnna( be "anaffair" I Circle Ray Number\ Three met at 'I \ Franklin dresses, C.. H..: D. Robbins Anetta
Fred Don't let the
Guy .QIIII Lois Adklns mere
; Weldon Duncan and the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
H. Conk, and. K. Carson I Kap fact that it's .slated for Friday Ittl: dresses, George Hess, etc :. Shirley Temple
4' Noon Walnwrlght In their orange Williams and were graciously entertained -

New Arrival Legion cops, seeln' to things Who's(he Thirteenth superstitious keep you anyway away.? .".. .. by Mrs. Williams Mis.L. and Cinderella dresses ,for children A most

(What's goln' on In that tent D. Vining. circle chairman
Plenty pretty girls specially Invited I complete line of costume jewelry .
down at the end Steve?) opened the meeting prayer
Mr. and Mrs R. H. Green, Jr. to come help the club memo
? Scouts Rood exhibit and presented Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Gift items for
Boy helpln'- men: Imported sweaters slipover
of Brooker announce the arrival bers do a bang up job at hostess
have, too. Starke and Jr., who talked about
of a nine-pound girl, born Wednesday I they ing so It's bound to be a peppy I. and sleeveless Cordova leather bill
December 4. The Hampton school displays worth affair Christmas, the birthday of Jesus genuine
baby lookln' over f what It meant to the world and fold sets Zippo lighters with life-time -
has been named Beverly Ann. Hear Steve Weldon's a partnerIn a guarantee
Hawker sellin' drinks wrapped what It means Individually to us.
ua.-............................... himself in a quilt to keep warm the bowling alley gOln' up on Mrs. Vining-presided a And many-,other items
Bob Demorest comln downto Temple Avenue Wish they'd ho r t business meeting and
RUMFORD RIDDLES "look It over" and stayln' two hurry Jus' read an article routine business was transacted.It .

hours Trapeze act (free) Is tother day sayln' that bowlin' is was decided that each one dia
the' best exercise there is for would send a to the I Shof2f2EI /
Why hot Swan Saunders 'specially: good bring or toy :JEan
Wed. women Coordinates themuscles the- 16th at the church
changed her expression/ Children's day ( ) gavE'many meeting on ,
-or sumpin (That
a boy and girl a thrill -the ,toys to be given to underprivileged -
Eyes and mouths stretched wide plug oughta be worth a pass, children. Mrs. W. B. Phone Fla.
seeln' flre-eatera word- wallow. Steve Jus' mall It to Carolyn, Sewell Invited the circle to meet

the educated horse an* rldin' core of ye editor) at her home the first Monday In I ,' :! !)
era, 7'>H7fg9itp#uCfWal7tpiAQfV'ktk7t.tratplrytStrSiFtnk'k7Rprll! t tlfi Iott+ .) rIiWtljfJtJC\1) : ) \
w oa the various contraptions Never did get Invited to ride January At ,the close of the

Teachers havln' fun. too the Southern's "Inspection" train meeting the hostess served sandwiches ",' aJitIion
Can't find out what the fortune: but unnerstand they had a swell cookies anti hot tea. I ,.

teller told Melvin Futch, but he I time_-even without nun___ _me___ _SAW un
was well nigh overcome Lt. Richard Kidd. dressed to kill I fI !

Martha Metcalf an' Willie Mae In hilt brand new uniform. rid In' RecipesWe've
Illnson enjoyln. the rides to Theressa with Noon Wainwright v \

irom AMI Grace Wainwright an' Couch Col. Kelley and *MaJor -
lakln' in the minstrel Larson and their staffs, along I
IICAUM ROW wild HUMfOHO hwialwi ..... Stephens had several requests for
11.... .klttM. 'baking......."...... tUMPOUDtwiMlM show ., Ruby Lilley and Madge with Southern officiate, and other Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton's Creole AFFORD A RANGEr
...linn,...'t leave. bans tail.. Send Middleton eatln' cotton candy .. quests, rode the Gain to, Camp Shrimp recipe. Mrs. Mlddleton. GAS. J
(or Pill railiM book Add .. Rioifard latin. Everybody carryln something and had a steak dinner servedon
"old school of cooking
wing of the -
1..d., loa t. ttinford, : :lilond. I bought or won: Leola Roberts I the special coach They'restill .,..
does not measure accuratelybut
: ______ .__ with a garbage can (fancy taJktn' about how thick that CHEF
steak was puts in a pinch of this and a YES, A REAL MAGIC
pinch of that. So all we can say !I
BOREE FUNERAL HOME Hear Miss Anna Fay (palmist) Is to "put and taste' until It's 'at a new low price"Ever
told George Manaasa he'd be marred "
Just right
Ambulance. Service Day or Might Phone 131 rsntt
within month
another 1 1-2 lbs of boiled shrimp, El since I've been married rye "
We have added a, late model AMBULANCE to our equipment Anybody want to place a bet ? lined. a Hack Chef Gas Range-and DOW,lided
Be glad to hold the stakes not going' ,.'
with special springs for easy riding. One large bell pepper. these new low prices I'm

"A. 11OME-UKE INSTITUTION" O. I!. Bennett Manager Two or> three. medium sized one another mlnnte."
Hadja noticed: Kx-Starkettes '
r onions. ere n
o I,, This year'more women than ever
three-fourths ,
return every week-end to see the About cup of coodby: to old me.wsUn! fudmar ;
C Ird
boom town" Frank Carpenter chopped celery If desired. cooklnithanks to Ole amaiuK vlyd w

lookln,' it over tother day Fry bell peppers onions and modern Made Chef CM RaUet.ttlJII':
celery In hot fat until golden Chefs make l as "JrfWtquicker
new Magic
COME SEE HEAR Frances (Hemingway) Alexanderand ever\
-- -- brown. Add one large can of more economical: than
husband here too Mrs. tomatoes, one small can of tomato JIIIII *....

Uncle Dave Macon and Son Dorris Love and daughter, Marian back paste! about two table Y matittallynanditldjnet' : from burners aln1'I IJIIII'tr
dash of
ketchup, a erdbr
spoons pepper
again from China .Came on ovenan bald
vinegar, one teaspoon of a> fast fire; insulated faJDI-
With a troup of entertainers from the Empress of Asia In 72 Worcestershire Sauce dash of ,- around with ka1 e. &roUed 61 bttikI

hours of storm on the Pacific, red pepper dash of tobasco sauce Bed Wheel: Dew 8IIIolelna111Mlllaltes

I and black-outs every night all a small clove of garlic (this is brolllnx really a pleasure

The Grand Ole OpryW. the way All Americans must optional) and salt to taste cook .

leave China soon. (It seems gently about one hour. Add Beautiful streamlined lute
S. M. Nashville shrimp and heat. Immediatelybefore dividedtop. (
Tenn. Chef with popnlar $$12
Mrs Love was flabbergasted at nerving fry,.several pieces .and folding coveralls.A

the changes wrought in Starke of breakfast bacon. Crumble prloa triumph at ltniy.ll.r"
At Macclenny Community Center Wed since she was here' last Does bacon Into small pieces and GI
she like It? .ell just Bale I sprinkle over top ,of shrimp and i / INVESTIG.A TE HYDRO
/ / Ote/

nesday Nite, December 11th-7:30 P. M. if hut Becomln: g I a drags-. : Evelyn auce.Serve with rice. I % <: SERVICE WITH THEBUTANE


Lake City High School Building Thursday I''garet Duncan's green suit 1\.Iat-1 I I HAMPTON THE limiME BURNER GUARANTE
leather-trimmed hat By Ml,. Ada Nlnuno I SYSTEM

'( Night, December 12-7:30 P. M., ,this Well time, folks. .. .Cotta. These hurry all out for I Several l new pupils have been NO TANK TO BUY COMPLETE SYSTEM FURNISH :

enrolled In the Junior i
an. take another turn on the'till-
a-whlrl-MAs( if Starke wasn't I In the past two.months.

Grammar School High School Children giddy enough these days without Members of the seventh grade I' Gainesville Gas Co.

15c and Adults. 35c) ? resorting! to artificial dizziness!)!I'of the school here are taking a

I So long 'til next weekCarolyn.. .1 1 I great Interest In' the safety pro-' '_ THE DEPENDABLE FUELS

A gram. Lat week they asked then '72 So. Virginia Avenue phone Gainesville] ttH


f 1
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described .. follows, to. (IX) In finch Twelve. (IS) 'in prnpurty described therein will k. f
FBITS of LOCAL At Least.There's being vlt I| Temple's Addition In the City of I sold to the. highest. bidder at tN
NEWS : 1 Is.ls t One eu'a,," Th..... (3), lililock Hturke, Bradford County, Florida court house door on the first Monday -
One Honest Man Nineteen (18). aa per tile''i i It lavfitrther nrdared that thin In the month of January, II.i.
..-----; ,- .. ---- ---. '- _. _. map or plat of the original Tnwi, i, order be published In the HradfordCounty .which, la the *th day of January ,
Flux Telegraph' a weekly newspaper 1911
nradford County ,
'Ttf. Kincaid spent Tues Mr. and Mrs, John Uglow are'1 Mr. and MHf.' Ralph Cox and Here'i;' a story to shame the of Ida.tttarkf. ,,I !llehnd of In general said. Bradford circulation(' I'uh'i), I 1940.hated. thin' 5th. day of December, ,

la': Jacksonville! visiting their son- daughter. Cynthia of Live Oak heart of an j'one. Mho ever said And plaintiff 'havtnK, mn'd d*. I, Florida, one each week. for fourconwcutlve (OFFICIAL SKAU) A, J. Thomas '
J Jacksonville. fendantv to Raid Kill' all defendantsherein ,
in-law and daughter. Mr. nnd I the? poor Mill take everything boll week. I Clerk of Circuit Court of Hradfor
were week-end guests of Mrs. named and designated WITNK88 my hand and officialseal' ', Florida 124L, 11-17 ,J
,, Junius M. Smith'J1IOved Mrs., R. L. McDowell. I Cox parents Mr. and Mrs. D. L.. they can get frv and then known and unknown and hnvlrumated Ht tlarke. "Florida thin tit.November County
? which" I sworn ,
In said bill -
and I ,
new home ask for morp.lA I :; A. [> 1940.OFFIClAlj .
their Silcox. to entitle
to. all matters necessary ,
into ( 8KAL) A. J ThomnitClerk ;
Mr. and Mrs. 1) G. Middleton I bedraggled nil her to prore by publlratli.n tibrlnv
Madison Street. foot-weary : nf the Circuit Court of Hrad COUNTY, FIX>IUDA.
.&11 of Atkinson. Ga.. were guests Mrs. I. B. Dinkins and son Car grant worker turned up the parties In. all defendant persona to thin suit'I I ford'ounty. ,... llelirer.Solicitor Florida.O | December 4th, 1940. !

)v. j, Hazen of Brooker Monday and Tuesday of Dr and of Bushnell and Mrs. W. J. Grif- ttther tiny In Oamp Bhuullng you and each of you to the are bill herebyrequired of l I rr Plaintiff that NUT1CK ptimuant 18 to Section MUHRIIY H of GIVEN Chapter
TL west last Wednesday of, Mrs W. E. Mlddleton. fin of Jacksonville were recent where the state welfare board c-iimulalnt I filed I appear herein aitalimt' you I I 13.6t I2-S7 IK-J'JH: (Laws of Florida, Act nf :
J Mfs A, E. McKlnney. I guests of Mr. and Mrs A. 1C. Mc. Is distributing surplus commodltk In the above entitled I cause on A oibefore lo'l'l'IJMTAPPIds'.t'1'IO the 1947. fnllowln known u ri theid land ACT.km I'
] Little Ann Johns returned last kinney. to needy famlllra D. 1 41.the th day of January: llradford County, Florida, win b.offered '. :
Samuels week from DeLand where .she RW'nJ'CI working but Fox TItKtCIt: for .,,1. at public outcry t I
JB. whose
and Mrs. I The Bradford County Telegraph Hennte Bill IHJIt for the highest and bent cash bidder
and Mrs C. A. White visited her uncle and aunt Mr. MHS! Lucile Kennedy returned hadn't yet been ..*"1. A newspaper. published\ Uradfuri NOTIC-H IM HKKKI1Y 1IIV'' :-f.,, subJect to Hi. Hunt of use ;
ur. Silver Springs. and Mra. Herbert Durden. afternoon lie told "'.,)1YorkeI'M,, he County FloridI* hereby deslrr- That L.l..le Htrlcklund holder of'' Trustees of the Internal improvement :
from which
at Sunday BRXley.Ga. ,. the In '
Sunday n"ted an newspaper Tax Cwrtlflcate No. 140\ issued the' Fund to reject any and allbids
.. where she spent the week had walked two milm In the thin order shall b* published ones 7th' duty of rl ttember A, IK 19,18 at the Courthouse beginning .
O. Duncan and her Capt S. A. Bryan returned end with her parents. Dr. and wrong direetfont then two mure each .weak. for four ooimeoutlviweeka. has filed name| In mv office.. amthas i!I', at 10:0": ,,','Io'k '\. M. on the a..... if I,
K. made for tax. day of January A. l>. 1941 Kneetnvnt -
application '
Mn T, E. Duncan of last week from a visit with Mrs. F. I). Kennedy rallea before finding their station Wltnean my hand and neal, asClerk to but milled( thereon. Maid ". d..1 for road, right.,, of way lob ,
In hail to the or the Clrctult Court In an.1for fuel wide will be reserved !ron
'npent Wednesday! friends and relatives In Titus- and now carry cate eniliracca tha followingdn-
Hrtijford Count ', Florida, this3rd .
lie ) which ther tm '
of parcel .
m-rlbnd In the any
yule. ville and other points In the state. Mrs. K. O. Duncan Mrs,* R. J. to pounds of" feed allowed him dRY of Derembor. A. I). It40.riKAI. Itradford property Stele of Florida County to-wit:' ail exUtlnK I'll' at. Uoad.NK f I II I

Davis and Mrs. A. Z. Adklne lie two mile.. tuutk to uhrehis 'O"o'ICtAt.. Circuit Court) A., J.UradfordCounty .ThnmaiClerk. All NWt* of HW4oJ of lly. .Kx: ,I 'j of NBV4 of NRXi 'Section t 6 'Jf .
,L. S. Hutto had Mrs.'' A. C: Durden of were In Worthington Springs last family ,wa. damped.. Fla. about S A In MW Cor Nee e3Township I f Two! 7 N., Kit, Si: K., 10 Acres.r4 .
Mrs. Tampa '
and \vt(, of N":rof NBV Section t
looklne'an T. Prank l..nndrum.Htarke 6 K K. S3 Mast rontalnliiK ,
/t.k.eod guests .Miss' Edna came Monday to spend sometime Friday attending the Tri-Countj flours later and ) Florida 31 Acres more, or lena. Twp 7 H, Kir., 22 K.. 10 Aer.a '
but freh M a. daisy the The HNHeMNtnent of the Bald Trustees of .the t Internal Impruvement -
and'Oliver Federation of Woman's Clubs' thing IIAXAHD A THAMRB.JackHnttvllle.
:a of Jacksonville, With her daughters Mrs. O. L. shorted up again at Florida, arty under the said .. ,. 1..1.-1 .Fund of the Stat
of Miami Beasley! and Mra. J. W. Kincaid.I tame man IJKOHUR, 11. HAPP.Vanhlnitton sued wan In the name of of Florida. \I
,0 commodity distribution tnlevM said ceitlflcat ahall b Hy A. J. Thomas" Agent Truatee
Mrs. G. W. Roberta Mrs Hal the \ U, (\ .
I point and duinprtl his 40poundload Solli-ltorn' for Plaintiff 11-851 1.3 I r. dtfmd ii nocnrdln to luvv' the, t I Fund fCrAI(", 4N'iiiitv U
solar Edwards and Mrs I. n. Cody
S. en- Congressman' and Mra. R.
Mrs. J..e .
r, and A'I of Lawtey, were here Wednesday back on the counter.JiiNt t.1 {
ed'8S dinner guests Wed- Green gave a Thanksgiving of after he hud gotten The State! of Florida tn: Vlnlon
J attending a meeting of Lincoln ,
the ReV. Father J. P. ner party at their home on North the United Daughters of the Con- hark to the migrant camp IteynnltlM\'nn sirs hereby City notified th.I.r".1 Inn I l

pastor of the Sacred Heart Walnut Street. This happy affair -]I federacy. tt'jere his wife iuid childroiiwere Floyd J. KeynoIdH an plaintiff lies l
worker wikl. riled I his hill of complaint for <1IVOMO >
I uniting, the I I '
Cove Springs was enjoyed by twelve members against vnti Helen M Itcv.noldn
ch of another migrant who had been an defendant In the Circuit !'II
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Brown of
of the family. Court of llradforil County Vlorlilit, I
L. Sayles. j to, get
yr. Harry New Orleans La, are here for n working long enough I 'In Chancery, rose No. 1005, snit!
visit with their uncle and aunt,, paid Cane up and offerttf to This IN to command" you to appeal
I until pii.vday.Ho In sold' es lose and court on Monday. ,. I
'..- Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. They stake him January 61 h 1941. otherwlan lhs ,
NAT SEZ: will leave Thursday for Orange. I the foot(ton- client explahtvl all.Kallons of bill of complaint
t the will Im taken tin confessed by you
burg S. C. he MOM returning The TlrniUortl. ,',,""Iy Telegraph l lhereliy is "
Somo folk are Mill celebntting. rise nownt't'dr.l .
tarfo.xL t Sinneono fleHtmmted KM the 'newspaperIn \
Thanksgiving; or maybe it's jut It more than he which thin. order ihfill lit. "uh.1I.t '. '
Mrs W A. Honharn has moved for foot' conwectitlvevctekn. ,
fg the coM weather. he turned and began; ., I
liirn prior to mi Id return day, 'VII n.
from residence occupied -
the formerly .
two-mile walk buck mv hand nod official nenl, alNtsrk. ', ,
Christmas Is JutJl around the corner the kiHt I I .
her South Walnut .
rtaR'f by on llritdfoid County' Klorldii' ,
110 to MIM'o.k. leas I hun threw Street and is now rooming with hotrn I II I Ihlm IVremlicr :1, 19411.I .
week off and If you hn\en't I (OFFICIAL' HKAU A. .1. ThoniHKt'lcrk Guaranteed For Service '
Mrs. Jennie Thornquest on of Circuit Court. of UrudfordCotintv
started jour Xmas shopping! jet Thompson Street. Hunting Licenses I I Florlil't/ ; h
take my tul\lce> and begin.If Knight lit Knliiht
I Stn rice, Flnt'lila I,
I were you wouldn't even Mrs W. S. Gibson and children. Go BeggingThe Attorney for I'lalnllff. 11-84112-27

take a chance on tile PMt Office, Billy and Tommy returned Sun- flint day'ot hunting "ell-I I : : 1938 Plymouth Coach $425.00 :
are just an liable to run out their home In St. Petersburg iTIII': 1'IHI'1 IT rnriiT iMI
they day to b
20< failed y .' '
ion, 1)11 lilt tllKOKI* COIt N'i'l .
of fttatmpa\ a few days before after spending Thanksgiving a large measure to attract Its I I Fllltllt. I'll C'II "C'Io it" 1939 Ford Coach 595.00 :
Christmas n8 not. here with Mrs.. Gibson parents usual number of sportsmen' to (0.1'0..1'01V.Plum Inllff.v. itudington.

Mr. and Mrs, \\T. N. Kendrlck. woods.A .- Order of I'uhllvatlitn 450.00
GIFT he fields (*. A. "' Flitch et al.lefndnntn. 1937 Chevrolet Coupe _
check of the number of huntIng ,
? P Mrs. A. rRicharde ,returnedlast licenses sold In the office of I.V: Till' NAMK OP THW" HTATKl :
SUGGESTIONS w c week to her home at the Judge E. K. Perryman IIIIL l KUllllDA I ) (irtKRTINllH! : 1937 Chevrolet Sedan a 450.00
County TO: Jamcn Kir-kilter, 12.13: KantlloiilcvHril : '
(I State Farm(;; :litter spending, the revealed that on.the first day Charlotte, N. C. J "
Hickok Belts been sold. Mattha K:Irk liter, 18:1:1:: 1 Oast 1938 Chevrolet Sedan 450.00
past two months In Detroit Mich. )nly 129 licenses! had llnuleVHtd, Charlotte, N. I:.
Thin wag far under the numberf You. and each of ,
$1 & $1.50 von lire herebynrdored
with her son and daughter-in-law. > hunting permits sold by this and required' to ap|"*nr to I 1938 Chevrolet 1-2 Ton Pickup 425.00

|Hickok Tie Sets Mr. und Mrs. Will Richards. time taut year 253. In 1038 Bale I the lilll you of complaint on or before herein.la unary filedHKiiliiHt I '

I sere even better -than !last year, the 11th A. l>. 1041. the saints being 1939 Dodge 1 Ton Pickup 475.00
50c I Hi* Flint'' Miniiliiy In January A. D. -
up Judge[ ferryman'Wild. 1941. I

Nor East Ties' "Hunting license sales are 'way You and each of you are hr-te- 1936 Ford 1-2 Ton Pickup 275.00
ehlnd this year," the Judge said h"l given due and Iran nut ice hut I
this In a unit. lirotiKhl for the fore.
$1.00Manhattan i iR ii i 'People' are too busy' now days closure ..f it certain" morlKmt filed.
tu hunt," he added by way of for record In' the office of the
Shirts '" 129 licenses fleck of the Circuit Court' In unit '
Of the
; ixplanatlon. fur llriulfnrit Cotintv, Klorliln, In
.old, 65 are mate licensee. and 64 Hook 4, paws 3M! public recofdiinf
$2.00'r. ire county llcengeii. ; .rum""I"I MtH.lfor.l the I County followlnic, Fli>rliln.described en. i Torode Chevrolet Co.

hattan 4 P '-t Hunting season' recall sharplyo IniiilK' Suits I.. Ivlnw nml' h.-lnn In
Pajamas Rpi minds thelate A. A. Dur- I rirndfiiril. ('ountv, Florida to-wlt
I ; our
p Lots l one ( I I', Two. (4)). Three Starke Florida ;
$2.00Men's w x4 / len, Cradford County' game con- 13/, Poor (l1 Pins (GI. Mix ta), :
r* J ervallon officer) at the time of : l'n Fright:\ (N). Nine (9)! ;
Ten (101. kloven: ( II ) and, Twelv
Gloves, # tl.| ilpnth early ''thla year.. It I .: :

w { I was always' h'.H: 6u! rom upon theopening \ ....... .
$1.19: I ...- .- --- _..."".,.. r. .J
UP'i' | of hunting season. to

JHoleproof. Sox ( m 4 'bring down to the Telegraph Nn 1

article or two on gooj sportsmanship t Alllple

3 for $1.00 safety, /host hunting regulations LOOK'

and It may be Added

Leather Jackets i "Important a. th* plan. : that under hiM regime hunting In Parking Space

$6.98 up )48 i by 9** lirndford! became a rent nportund "
'ommerclal'hunllnlf of our
It ibis Iniuranc I I (
|ark Twain Shirts I Policy birds wan Rtopped. All the hunters

I I From tint to lad bought; their licensee and car-
$1.65n's : you Y.(r.*from 10'". ried them too because you could GROCERIES

It murmly I. thWISEST. i iI never tell when Mr. Durden might
Robes $4.95 cour../" i show up and ask"4o ae It!: No Sugar i Maxwell House

I successor' baR yet' been appointed 22 23c

faysen Pajamas Holeproof Hose 1 I to this pa..llion.I 5 Pounds C Coffee, Lb.

$1.65 79c $1.00 $1.15STERNBERG'S Friends of Mm. F. II.. bong are
I glad to know that she Is making: Fancy Blue Bulk Prunes

GENERAL P INSURANCE a good recovery after a ten days 19c 5

Illness. Mrs. Long had as recent Rose Rice, 5 lbs. Pound C

PLEASEPHONEWe visitors' her daughters Mrs. D. B.

Carroll and Mini Lnls Long, of
Salad 2
Dressing Pkgs.
...-' ---- -- ,--- .. Jacknonvllle; Billy Long of the .
University of Florida; and Aim. or Relish Quarts U Salt 5, CI
J. H. Bitch of Jack*on villa.Mr. .

and Mrs tS.. Matthews I can -* rrJL 24 Lbs.

Have OpenedA will 'leave tomorrow afternoon for 77c

Orlando( where Mrx. Matthewswill I Corned Beef fl
remain a week with hex son-

in-law and daughter. Dr. and Mr. No. 2 CanTomatoes
Flour 20 Lbs.
BRANCH WAREHOUSE IN STARKE H. n. McLemtt/n. Mr. Matthewswill I 5 78c
next week
be (In Miami all I r
the National Conven- Pillsbury
'On Road 13 Near Farm Market tion of Railroad ,Cornml slonel'1l. I "

Dealers Only) NEW TRAIN SCHEDULE 3 Ibs Lettuce -J fT
.(Sales To Licensed NorthboundNo. 1 0 C C

2-Due Starke 6:13: a. In. \ Cooking Apples 2 Heads .
-- Starke 6:21 m
-- No. 10ft-Due : p

ITO SouthboundNo. Irish Potatoes Large

YOU 1.-DUI> Ptarhe 10:32: p. m. 14 1 0 C

ACQUAINT I No. 107Due Stark. 9:20: a.' m. I II 10 Lbs. No. 1 C f;>lery head

With The Excellent Quality Of Our Brews We Would I No. 101 gt.rke-lief.-Leaven U Starke Brunch 7 a, m., ,i 3 Ibs. Complete Line of Fruit Cake

Like To Give You Free A Bottle Of La Tropical Ale Or No.daily m.102 except. Arrives Sunday.Starke 1:50 !I'i Yellow)) Onions 1 0 C Materials -;-

Fla 6 Beer: Simply' Clip Coupon Printed Below And IM p. rut- ItH'cl'r (ni HT rOR I.I

THK r.H.irni Jinfiti. CIH-
Dealer ri ir or THK Irr\Tf of PLOMn '
Present To \. i* AMI row 8R"UII'01t0'c'o.
i %-rv l'C.I'.">(''':'<''. IA: "K
%o. less Swift's Tenderized Swift's Premium
.. I Kll.al..ih r. >.11.... .In.'.. Indlvldti- 2'5c
.......,t.-- und Rvrxntrlji of the Rxtal I 221LC
,.I of Pharl'i flnlntirr. K I'acf, <|RC..I,I <><|. Hams, lb. Chili Roll, Lb.Swift's .

BREWERY INC ."..-W. rVi(... rt al.t.I l,
TAMPA FLORIDA I Ornrg f>.f..ndantORDBIt .. Rindless New Spread 1 fir
(>K BIVlfB! HV ,'UUI 23c

.' Florida I TO: ftrnrr* "1,1'.('ATIO Cnl :If'>! llvlnir. ..nd.I Breakfast Bacon, lb. and Gem Oleo, lb. JLv/1.

Tampa, I If deed th- h.lr... d.vU..ii, gtmn
j. f&f': .. f*... und all perils eilininir by. ,
.... i' through Manager All Country
Local ;
Homer Sutton dirceKfivit'' 1 '
i ,
tf llvtnrr and. If I Qp '
T. H. IXIton... .. .... ... 23
diu, fh. h lr tl vr irr'ni 'r
-'. and all partlm. clalirvlnir by, Smoked Sausage, lb. Chops, Lb. ....L
.- through or un - - -. I, d..e..aud; .
T. H. Hoyl, If living. and If
dead Ih" h..ln. 01.1"..., Jr..n-
To Any Licensed Dealer: I !-... and all pnrtlra claiming by.throurti .
orundvr T. II. Hoyt. tl..
I e.......; and
Entitles Bearer To- : All p rtl.* cUlirlnc any IntrroKfuni S. R. JOHNS & SON
This Coupon and lOc above.r any named sir all fir of otherwise the parties in ,

hereinafter < '
tit* property
TWO .rHbml. and any' and all unknowwl"I '
nr"'>n. .h.. claim. any ..tat.
Ale or Fla.. 6 Beer right title l oe lnt..r..t 'in nr to ,
La Tropical
in I nr th. any land part hereinafter thereof, described either axheir I:. Phone Near S. A. L. DepotDEC'Plu..m '
dealer for tn cents I .. 45
We will redeem this from any licensed *. d.vt._., or ...nl. nr
coupon FLORIDA BREWERY: .INC. other claimant by, through or ,
f3Sh TAMPA under any of the ahova nameddefendant
*, or otherwise, the land


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M1't' BRADFORD > __ Ii.:



I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley en- were
PINE LEVELBy Mr. and Mm. J. N. Oliver at Plant Camp Handing Sunday afternoon. Pigeons Found Doctoring ThemselvesOn joyed a fishing trip near Lake Fred n pBiaik SUndu
City Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and Townsend
Mr. II. M. McRae Butler on Thanksgiving.Mrs. and Herby
Soot In Jail Stove
Farm County Pipe i
Elder W. E. Hall of Green Cove children of Sunny Brook Hudson of Palatka
with their A. D. Dobbs, and daughter I were *mi
We are thankful for the much- spent Saturday night Mr. and Mrs: J.
fell and Spring filled his regular ap- parents, Mr. and Mrs. II.. M. Mc During the recent cold snap losses over, the span of a race Myrtle, and Fred Halslop Sunday. Jo: Tow
rain that
needed Monday pointment a t Pine Lavel laat Rae that. hit this section, Ben Rowe, season has been running: about ,
the berry growers are resetting week-end. and the county's trusted, efficient 50 percent of all birds on the
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall
plants, digging: potatoes and Mr and Mrs. O. M. McRae, children and Mrs. H. M. McRae jailor,, carried up,some wood to longer, l'1Ice., and. f)hay v Isq l ",1": ....,. -
grinding. cane. Miss Veata McRae, and Wilson were visiting the Dyal Cemetery the colored "patrons" so a fire terested In determining the cause COMPLIMENTS OF
Mrs. Alice Oliver 10 visiting Smith were visitors to Camp Sunday afternoon. could be lit In the stove and the I of it and have put the address

n_ ___ n.II quarters warmed. The fire was band on my race pigeons to .enable S. R. JOHNS & SON
W. E. Oliver or JaCKSOnVille lit but the choking smoke instead me to trace them,
II was visiting his uncle and aunt. of following Its appointed This particular pigeon was lost .
Mr. and Mrs J. L. Underhill!, Wholesale Grocery
THREE SISTERS WINE path up the chimney decided to last spring after she had flown ...
recently.Mrs. billow out into the room, In from Savannah Ga. 300 miles, in
E. E. Taylor of Branford resemblance to 'a Hun gas at- good time to Tampa. I had re- STARKE, FLORIDACOMPLIMENTS
b MUSCATEL SHERRY TOKAY ZINFANDEL la visiting Mr. and Mra J. L.. tack. turned her to Starke for a trainIng -

Underbill.Mr. Jailor Rowe had the fire extinguished flight preparatory to our 500 .
PORT WHITE PORT APPLE SAUTERNE and Mrs. Patton of Orlando and two of the negroes mile race and she evidently could

were, visiting friends here took down the stove pipe i in not get orientated in Starke and
BLACKBERRY CLARET last week.It an attempt to find the trouble. became sick.! The natural remedy *
t will almost make your head The trouble was two dead pigeons being charcoal, this bird was OF
L swim to see no many automobiles lodged In the pipe, each with a doubtless picking soot from the
/on Road 28 late in the afternoon I metal band around its right leg. chimney of the Jail and could N-W. LAUNDRYAnd

: and early In the morning carry-i The pigeons were removed from not get back out in her weakened

': WHEN IN OAINESVILLE VISIT Ing men to work at Camp Blan- the pipe and soon a cheery warm condition. 1 have had this hap- Dry Cleaners
; I ding. We hope and pray that fire was burning in the stove. The pen several times before.
I its all for the best to save our metal leg bands found on the Our greatest enemy Is the shot

country.Mr. pigeons were brought down to gun in the hands of poor sports-' GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
L. and L. MEN'S SHOPHOME and Mrs. T. N. Norman
the TELEGRAPH'S office by Mr. men who fire Into our birds after
r and Mrs. Eldon Sapp, all of Gum Rowe, and we Rent them to the liberation on training flights between -,
Branch, were visiting relatives address engraved on them. Starke and Tampa Includ-
OF here Sunday afternoon. At first It was thought that ing Ocala Dunellon. '
Miss Dorthea Norman of Gum the had WHILE IN GAINESVILLE
pigeons been nesting in Bushnell, Dade City Wlldwood'l'
Hart-Schaffner & Marx Clothing Branch spent Monday night with the pipe or had entered It to ness. The racing Eat ,At

bliss Odessa McRae. escape the cold, but w e just protected by state law
Florsheim and Freeman Shoes Miss Lucile Crosby of Sunny didn't know our pigeons-because Signal Service: of the U. S. ArmyIs THE COFFEE POT
Brook Farm was the dinner guest ; they were there eating soot (char- deeply interested in their pro-
of Miss Odessa McRae Sunday I coal) to cure their Ills, according tection because in time of war all (Florida Theatre Block)

Manhattan Shirts Dobbs Hats to W. B. (Bill) Myers, of Tampa, racing homers are Inducted into SHRIMP & STEAK OUR SPECIALTY
BETHEL owner of one of the pigeons. service. Our club will pay $25
Ily Mra. D. D. Woodard When we sent the leg band in to for conviction of any person Sandwiches ;- Lunches Fountain Service

Mr. Myers, who in manager of shooting one of them.
"THANK YOU"Headquarters Mrs. Laura Finley has been Myers Dental Laboratory of Hawks take their toll and oftena

very III, but is somewhat Im- Tampa, we also asked him to pigeon homes with a great
proved this week. send us some details, and here's I''in his back or breast teaI'I 1'
Mrs John Hlggenbotham. Mrs. his letter: hawk strike Advice
that did not stop When You Want It
D. D. Woodard, and Henry Wood- Nov. 15, 1940 him. We have many o f them -

ard visited Mrs.. Molly HarrellIn Dear Sir: come home with shot! in them.I .

for gifts theLake, City hospital Thanks-' I have your letter of the 12th am sure that a story on this Money When 'You Need It -,-
giving Day. with enclosed bands taken from will do us a lot of good' in pro-
Mrs. Evle Johnson and Mrs. my pigeon No. 2257. Thanks for tection. Thanks!

Daniel Richey and son, Lloyd of your trouble In advising me of Sincerely, Courteous Service Always
Gainesville, were guests of Mr -
the fate of this bird. W B. Myers.So .
and Mrs. D. D. Woodard Sunday.S. I belong to the
Tampa Racing remember, folks, don'tshoot
.. Harrell of Lake i is
City Pigeon Club and have raced pigeons these industrious useful
visiting his aunt, .Mrs. Jimmie since 1928 in this club. Our I pigeons. 1 1I .


-- .. VANDERBILT On General Election By Miss. Mary. Townsend. t 'eo ; ':1
220( Main' Street Jacksonville, l"la.1'- Ily Mlwt' Velma NoonaiiMr. < :* '''1 Y:. <6aTnesviIIeFlbridaMember \' j
I i I Mr. and Mrs.' G 1'':. Crews and .
and Mrs. .0. C. Norman Complete official reports on children; Carolyn and Delbert, recently -
,,,.? DIAMONDS WATCHES and l daughters, Faye and Gayle,' the November :5 general election,, returned from a trip to
of Malone. Fla. spent the Thanksgiving showed President Roosevelt out-'Palmetto where they visited F. D. I.' C.
SILVERWEAR CLOCKS Holidays with Mr. Nor- distanced his Republican oppon-friends and relatives. I ,
( man's parents, Mr. and Mrs F. ent Wendell Wlllkie, by more I!'' Ralph Nettles of Starke visited.

, RADIOS AND ALL ELECTRICAL I M. Norman. than 230,000 votes In capturingFlorida's Frank Crews during the Thanks-
Miss Margie Reddish of this seven electoral votes
r section spent Sunday night with for his third term. giving holidays. s"-d?'*:?** F-is
Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Miss Geraldine Silcox of Starke. The President received 360,407 TfcNx
visitors In Jacksonville last week. rae
Those who ate Thanksgiving popular votes and Wlllkle received -
with Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Bard Gale of Palatka and
EASY TERMSIt's dinner here 126,412.
J. M. Manning were; Mr. and The 67 Miss Jacqueline Woodward of
counties In the State, Augustine, visited the lutter's St'l
Mrs. Wesley Loyless, Mrs. Doris sent official reports to the State!I 1 ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woodward
and children. Miss Esta I
Canvassing Board. The
popularvote 4
over the
Manning, and Harry Adklns, allot for Roosevelt and Wlllkie la I Thanksgiving holidays +

Jacksonville, Mrs Allen baaed upon the highest vote cast I Friends! of Arch Dobbs will be
Thomas also of Jacksonville! Mr.
In each
county for a presidential r.
A Fact You Can Do Better and Mr*.. Allen Howard and family elector. There were IIeven'DE'mo.. glad to learn that he, has somewhat *yL
and Improved at his home here
of Fairbanks, and Mr. cratic 4AiOS
and seven Republican elector where he has been r
seriously ill.
Mrs. Clyde Manning and familyof
candidates. L B si
Mr. and Mrs
Starke. V. N. Geiger, Mr.
At Presidential electors will meet and Mrs. Bryan! Whitfleld and
R. A. Nettles and son, Ralphof
In Tallahassee December 16
Starke were visiting relatives
here Sunday afternoon. cast tills State's votes Be Quick To TreatBronchitis as-1 *'
Carl Norman and mother and Democratic nominees for major
Miss Pansy Padgett of Jacksonville State office were unoposed, but JYOUR
THE JOHN H. spent Thanksgiving here with their names appeared on the gen- *

Mr and Mrs F. M. Norman. eral election ballot. Spesaard L.

Mr. and Mrs. Ury Reddish and Holland, for governor, led the Chronic bronchitis
may develop if
family were visiting Mr. and Mrs. field In complimentary votes, with your cough,chest cold or acute bron-
DENMARK FURNITURE CO. Lloyd Edwards of Starke Sunday 334,152 Next WRIt United States chitis is not treated and you cannot x
afternoon. Senator Charles O. Andrews with afford to take chance with any medi
H. L Norman and sons, Mil- 323216. cine which less potent than Creomulslon
goes right
to the seat of the
ton and Euston. Collie and Cecil Other unopposed Democrats and trouble to help loosen and expel germ
HOME OUTFITTERS Manning, and T. L. and Marcus their totals: R. A, Gray for nec- laden Phlegm and aid nature to 0Gat
Howard allot this section and rotary of state 309,823; J. Tom i soothe bronchial and heal raw tender Inflamed /-' CCNNn wt'' '
Clyde Manning of sUrke, made a I Watson, for attorney general Creomulslon mucous blends membranes.beechwood

trip to Cedar Keys Sunday. I 309.347; J. M. Lee, for comptroller creosote by special process with other .
Mrs. Eugene Ellis of Worthington 319.313; J. Ed Larson for I time tested medicines for coughs. O
t Springs was visiting her par- treasurer, 303,561: Colin English, No contains no narcotics.
matter how
Starke Florida ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman -i for superintendent. of public In-! you have tried, tell many your druggist medicines to .ce
Friday : struction 306.319, and Nathan sell\ you a bottle! ot Creomulslon with & 4
Miss Velma Norman and Miss Mayo for commissioner of agriculture the' understanding you must like the BITE TO I .sw.un 10-2
j Lorene Rosier were visitors In 307393. Quickly rest allays the cough permitting I ;
and sleep,
or you are.to EAT.
afternoon. I
Butler have
Lake Friday
Five of the six proposed! constitutional your money back (Adv.) 1
._ .____.____ __ __ '_ .______ _. n' _ .. __ _..___- -.--- .- -- -- -----, amendments were ratified ,
and one was defeated.

II Those ratified and the vote: !

I 76.00O Abolishing State against.purposes ad valorem 106,622 taxationfor for and I Style and Gift HEADQUARTERS S SI

Authorizing creation of a State
FRANKLIN'S"Ladies Parole Commission 97.696 for and
72.364 against. I

Authorizing distribution among I
I the counties of race track revenue
103.177 for and 67.528 against i

I Authorizing a seventh Justice!
Distinctive Wear"i
for the Supreme Court 93,340 for
i and 70.071 against. I

'. '. Authorizing $:500 of tax
: t I exemption -
v "' \ ..',' for widow, regardlessof

\ + dependents 161.606 for and 42.-

? Gainesville .431: against. !ll ct

I *':!": ,terms An amendment of county to commissioners extend the

I ..J," (...: from two to' four yean and give
i the Legislature authority to fix
; ;; .. ; the number of commissioner districts ,
501 W. University Avenue ...
I I 334. was defeated 92.818 to 79.-i Laura and Monroe Jacksonville, Fla.


Typewriter ribbon. Adding : "Where
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pRlFlflIJt; 6. IMP v

Show Concern 1
officials tween the roads. These were Guard

:I', Road System Around Blanding named for cities of slightly lesser treme

I"Mn Importance In the States con- were
Army officials areuln never 'designed to carry such
/ ponder headaches over the In- burden.. a cerned, taking Into consideration and, the '

highway! facllltles In the the location of the military establishments pital area : \;
With the new four-lane highway
equate area. In the States. In '
Blueing from Call
p to Blandlng delayed -
fooa road along the eight l because of 4I All streets In the National three
i6- right-of-way
between Starke and therratlon trouble, bedraggled Road 48 '
has crumbled away to stands as an object lesson In what t.
and ha all but, Florida is going; to require In .

fret In under Places the terrible and; the way of military highways. It I wants strong, broad highways mutter of'a tractor A fanstastlc ?
IJiPlled Is "shot to pieces" already, before I
linking all the defense projectsin Happy of If that above
of traffic to! glow lights, aa
movement the .al test of
t r heavy military the Compliments ;
state. That
gen- many vaat circus lots blazed over
It baa been subjected In I I traffic has yet touched It, erally a gigantic :
,ell parallelogramof the area that had heretofore beena
past few month It was Eventually the war department paved surfaces with Jacksonville Blanding! palmetto wilderness. Southern J

Pensacola Tampa, and

Miami at the four corners. 1- __ __ ____c Today the camp is In full +/ ,,
THE DRAPERY SHOP t'p to Next Legislature swing. This is no news in Starke
This la bigger than anythingyet By Dill Duncan I ,
where streets are thronged, but \
Line of Draperies and Fabric Furnishings:; conceived in a state highway ,,(
Complete system, but It would give Flor- If the reader will.forgive, this to those of our town who have
Draperies Made to Order initial column will omit any Introductory not been
ida an excellent plan of trunk yet on the scene we
1 highways. It will be one of the or explanatory re. suggest, for some of the high Manufac turers {
See Us for Estimates main marks and proceed with the sub-
next legislature.Meantime considerations. before the ject at hand. The first phase of spots that they be on ha n d

727 W, Union Ave. Gainesville Phone 710 Starke's adjustment t o Camp around 4:30.: when everything! '"iSape..sed.Dairy
the hectic
here around the state's' Blandlng Deems to have passed. breaks loose; or take a look at .
Those who have lived In Starke
defense project is graphic evid- the warehouses and row of cranes
for many years, and are attune to '
ence of what Florida the railroad at the
may expect Its development and fundamental along cars
THE SOUTirS FIRST CREDIT JEWELERS . us It grows Increasingly Important character, observe this. They will spur or watch the nerveless!
MI' In its key defense position perceive that although new business brethren, the iron m lput up a !
of the southeast and the Car- water tank; and. If the oppor-

was brought Into the town
ibbean. with such abruptness as' to pin tunity presents Itself, make a Phone 5-1900 V
Building defense brings all sorts our ears back, merchants and the, special visit on pay lay.
!I of problem sudden concentration hired help cow have the situation -
I' of population. shortage of under control, and are like- Geographical Names r
skilled labor, welfare of Jobless wise prepared for the changes \
I'C. camp followers and a tremendous that will accompany the further For Camp Streets I t
increase in accident hazards arrival of lads in uniform. Contradicting ti
Ci Camp Blanding has Imd to cope those (If any) who Avenues, streets and roads oni I i

I with all of them.Difficulties would pull n long face nnd mourn, the reservation here will bear thej, When Visiting f;(
II up S' 1{1Afi in handling trafflo "Starke will never be the same," names of the States and cities I
//UI alone have been almost Insur- we boldly assert that ours Is' very from which members of the
mountable, but to the credit of 1 much the same town, with the I ;
and Divisions
Thirty-First Forty-Third ,
everybody concerned, there! hasn't I same pursuits! though Its tempo I of the National Guard ;
yet been a fatality here despite of living hall undoubtedly been hall.
dozens of dally collisions\ over- stepped up and Us future broad You Are };
ened. These outfits will be the first
turnings and other mishaps.
80,000'ar MoiineitHWith << to train at Camp IHandln Invited To Visit Our i i

21,000 men employed on One doesn't Beer many of the A special effort has been madeto
ell camp construction, 10,000 curs Starke folk around Blundtng. show no partiality to any section ., '
creep In and out of the camp I They are a thin spun race Indeed, of the country any one Stateor '
reservation with the change of when distributed over an area of any town anywhere, it was HICKEY
each eight-hour shift. That Is 119.0OO acres among 20,000 other emphasized by officers.
30,000 car movements a day for employe Hut they are there, The camp's four main avenues :
employee .alone not counting the and It is rather gratifying to have been named for the States GRIFFON }'
Increased civilian and service know that they are getting their of Alabama Connecticut, Florida
traffic. share of thin section's new Income and Main. The four main roads

Signs along the highway say and contributing their part have been named for Mississippi, ,t
6 Diamond Bridal Pair lo the defense program. Vermont, Rhode Island and Louislanna. -
"All Curs-40 :Miles an Hour-- KNOX HATS
Ladies Diamond Ring Smart engagement ring of solid Stay in Line." But now and then --+- ,
yellow gold set wltvi a large some officious driver In a hurry Someone from up beyond the The muln connecting street
[Beautifully designed solid gold sparkling' center diamond and breaks the line, causing all sorts hills of Georgia has asked us, between the avenues and roads
I matched side. diamond Wet "What's It like when somethinglike were named for the capitals and
mounting, Met with a large brllZ of confusion. These are taken ARROW 1
Illanl ding ring to match set with !S before- court In Starke and given this hits a town?" That the larger cities In those States. I
center diamond. beautiful<< diamonds the standard fine of $:10 or SO question covers a lot. of ground. Nxt consideration was given the ,
11.00 A Week $24.50 $2.00 A Week $69.50 days They keep the Starke jail r!We've touched on the matter in shorter connecting streets be- j
the above paragraphs./ But the
filled. : NUNN j
Important thing Is the scene Itself, I
Anti with all this traffic flow- 7J
the era .
Impact upon the Bennett that 'A
Ing In surges three times a day, MI"yoc. /
Is felt by the natives near any ..
cars smacking Into each other and ..
"big job. The construction of r'
so forth there is one, single, solitary Kent
Camp Blanding Is so much a Values"v
state highway patrolman spectacle that each man's ex
regularly assigned to handle It. perience' I In', largely his 'own. Our 666uoentTeattts 222 W. Adams.tlltahUllhPd ;
I He Is Jack Clinton, badge No. CSS, point of view has been at the ., ,
I I and at the camp they call him lake-that I lake Incidentally, .sana.e OSSOPS
1 I the Lone Ranger He hasn't had whose cold spring I waters .
I I a full night's sleep in weeks and have been dipped Into by
spends nearly 24 hours 'of the about one half of one percent of : I8HO
1 N lay untangling wrecks and get the employes, up to now. That's OUR 1>llI'EMlU<: ALWAYS TIn; LOWEST OUR QUALITY :
ting injured people to a hospitalIn because they're very busy on the 1IIG1IKHT.: silo AT BURNS f'Olt'OtJIt' CHKIHTMAS ( ,
| Ladies Birthstone Ring: Gents' Initial King Jacksonville. 42 miles away. job, and afterwards are very

''lid yellow gold mounting net Heavy solid yellow gold mounting Former<<' Tani|>uim on Jolt I busy trying to get home on a nar- K. BURNS & SON
pith ladles birthstone set with initial top. But Inside the camp area traffic row toad jammed with traffic.
supervlHon is different, Bill The excitement, as we recall IH.\MONI1M WATC'IIKH JKWKIJIY:
PC A Week $4.95 50c A Week $10.00 Gunby, formerly of Tampa and u was heralded on an early morn- 201 Laura Street I.V.. KAKHMAN! Mgr. ,l&<- .
captain In the 116th field artillery Ing by an enormous flurry of "MK.KT BURNS ANn WKAIl DIAMONDS"
and Jack Sudduth former I jalopies, as punctual and astonishing -
Tampa detective, head a safety as the arrival of migrating
patrol of 123 uniformed men, bird.*. They were from all
more than they have on the overcarrying/ skilled w o r kers
Tampa police force. who follow the big; jobs, and em-
These safely patrolmen, working ployment seekers aa per the novel
in three shifts, keep traffic un- "Grapes of Wrath." While a housing -
tangled, guard payrolls and con- problem was presented, and GAY CLOTHING
voy several thousand men at the slept were taken toward Its solu-
change of each shift In trucks to tion, work at the camp fell Into
and from special work trains out stride. During the first week,
of Jacksonville. They live in a trucks rushed onto sand roads 15 Laura St. Jacksonville, Fla.
Carmen Bracelet Locket and Chain bunkhouse and eat in a big camp when native feared to tread and
rt mess hall. Their work accountsfor boggtd down. Came catarpll-
yellow gold<< filled braceYellow gold filled locket with
l act with PIER much of the efficiency of the lars and bulldozers to push and
birthdtono. chain to match. OFFERING ALL WOOL SUITS AND
camp construction.But pull them out. Some roads became -
Oc A Week $7.50 SOc A Week $4.50 now they have reachedthe impassable, There were'
peak of their service. Military -, other problems But the abilityof At
guards already are being; the organization that Is. Star
r organized to assume their duties)I rett asRerted itself, and finally 1
nnd when first. national guard was known to the mont casual ob $12.50 and $14.75No
troops arrive In camp this week server. The momentum of conImrllctlon -
they will take over the patrol picked up, from the
work which will Include provost week when an army of carpentersbent
duty In Jacksonville, Gainesvilleand with hammers flying, then Advance From Last Years Low
t1 Starke. dispersed to reveal I new office I
The seventeenth artillery, a reg- buildings, until the days when'
i-- ular army unit from Fort Bragg hundreds of trucks. sped<<" along HOME OF SEWELL CLOTHES
N C already Is here with about wide rock roads, while men and
i 500 men to form the nucleus of equipment funned over the reservation -
1 70,04K) due for training with the f

thlrty-flr8t Dixie division from
Florida Alabama, Louisiana and Residents on the wrest shore
Cents! BENRUS Watch Ladies IIENIIUS Watch Mississippi' and northern regiments. became quickly aware of three
shifts, upending 24 hours. At
\toRuurul yellow gold filled Smart round shaped yellow night the work gave off a roar
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mists 'inevItably will follow the war '"boom.. Two Attractive New Homes I Work Train Congress Will
Bradford Telegraph! Schedule Stud
The County
History shows us again and again that pros- Blanding Problems
-- _-Estaldtehed:. 1877 perity based on arms production is eventu- last Monday, the The House :

ally disasterous. But force of circumstancesis Camp Blanding work train began Rating Inll'l': I'lte'onunlttee 7dlgrallnWorker

MEMIIEI2 forcing to follow the rest of the world runlog on the following schedule: will\) '
us 'nqulre a
iFLORim .Leave Jacksonville at 5:45: A. flux of job Into
PRESS ASSOCIATION in the race toward military supremacy. So,I'' 'fit" pl >"ea4.a -NG it 1 w 1 d, M instead of 6:15: A M. and will dinK, acCOrding seeke, at Comp

1 .. until peace comes again to a tired world, run directly Into Camp Blanding patch from Washington II'' a new,
9otaoretd 7lotiots arriving at 7:45: A M. returning D
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business is going to be booming in America.O R K Lamb,
leave Camp at 5:15: p M.. arrivIng Bator, chief In
E. L. &laU1lewll ._.____:-::._ Editor and Owner i Jacksonville at 7:15 P. M. get data said 110 the cOllllnhtee

Labor And Management The round-trip fare is 75 cents. "on from Rohr
and Entered as Seeand biro Ca
Published Weekly on Fridays This new schedule takes the '
+: i Cla-wi Mutter: at the Post Office at Stark, Fla.SUBSCRIPTION Cooperate_ To Make America Strong workers into Camp 'BlandIng Instead Travelers, an Investigator fOr
There has been a gratifying decreasein of detraining them at Society
KATK serious labor disputes in this country. Starke; returning, the train leaves had said bin WIllIIIbI
Yearly, '1.60; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advanro directly from the camp.' made a trip to Camp
#. .\h'f'rtldlljt Rate on Application When 'differences arise, arbitration is being The new service eliminates the ding to study employment

used, instead of strike calls. Accordingto transfer of workers by truck between tlons. would appear btofof
{ committee
What Did Early Americans Have ,observers, there seems little likelihood of Starke and Camp Blanding. week lit final hearing
The new shuttle train Is
That We Don't Have Today? ,.any important strikes taking' place in the 13 coaches'!, and equippedwith extra, Camp Standing t8 one

Americans today are apparently too foreseeable future.If ar.oi coaches will be added when biggest of the National Of

far removed from colonial times to remember that proves true, both labor and needed. training thousands centers of men Or I.4l1b

that the men who carried the American management are to be congratulated. There Plans Development three or four day stand to 'In

Revolution through to a successful! conclusion is no room in this country for the labor construction / ted" sold apply

freely gave their lives and fortunes to leader who pushes unjustified strikesevenas '"vipru 'aua Lewis Bower of Miami BeachIs were housing available ono ,
making a number of large In- only
gain the privilege of self-government for there is no room for the industrialist who vestments' In Starke and It is fraction of ,the applicants, '

themselves and their children. Having pur- refuses to meet just labor demands, and understood that he Is contem- He said lilanillng, ,

chased liberty in blood the men of that thus makes strikes unavoidable. There Pictured above1 are two attractive homes that have recently been' plating the purchase of a large live lied of the ...tuatloTC

generation, and those' immediately follow- never was a time when there was more need built ,on adjoining lots on W, Washington Ave. Top house Is the:' plat development of acreage for Mr.the Bower purposeof is was va ""the at many worst dlfene problem"pro.

ing, understood that 5t must be jealously for statesmanship on both sides. one built for Mr. and Mrs. P E. Canova. Jr., while the one pictured head of the Miami Beach Hospital kind yet presented to the,

guarded. They stood ready to defend the Today America must produce. It must below'was built by the late M. C. Sweeney, and was recently sold and Is the owner 'of many mlttee. He added however
to Dr J. W. Brownlee. properties In South Florida. understood local and
r land they had hewn from the Western wilderness create. It must go ahead, and make itself agencies hart (the situation r
against attack from both within and control!."

4 without their country's borders. strong permitted and to impregnable.stall or slow Nothing the industrial can be I We See Ourselves As Others See UsIt --I Tibbitts

Consequently, the men who representedthese machine. And neither labor nor manage- to Conlin"- _........

earlier generations in public office ment, if it knows what is good for it, and Is always Interesting to see penters around. All who'can Then for two hours there is a George F Tlbblttg, of
ourselves as others see us. Thoseof handle a hammer and saw are steady bumper-to-bumper paradeof tor, N Y and
did not take their political duties lightly. understands the temper of the public, will .us who are living In Starke working at Camp Blanding at a automobiles' the traffic push will continue his Keystone Hel

Men of honor and ''ability accepted public make unreasonable demands on the other during this period of change dollar an hour. They're not to crawls through. Ings through next series Sunday of,,

responsibilities as a duty, and conducted O "can't see the forest for the be found for other jobs. Between times there are lulls His subject Sunday night
trees." In other words, we are The town Is ripe for a building when Call street Is relativelyclear "The Signs of the Tim"
themselves as real servants of the people. Some Good Precepts To RememberIn too close to the scene of actionto
boom, but neither the materialsnor but it is merely the calm music and messages Uv
The fact that democracy calls for the These Hectic Times get the proper perspective. the labor Is available. Some before the storm. The crowds excellent, No one should
For this reason it is interestingto' residents have hatf"'approvals on: always come in Increasing numbers this
form of both individual and collec- opportunity to bra Mr
highest who
for those
precepts read the impressions of our federal housing loan!"' for months I ,"(overflowing Into nearby bltts who hag travelled J
tive responsibility has been lost by this gen- wish to cultivate calmness and selfpossession town gathered by Bill Abbott, with no way to 'get the work town !--10 Jacksonville 40 miles and has had a rich experts

eration because liberty has been too easy. to live longer and enjoy life more crack Tampa Tribune reporter done. '"* I away.and even to Ocala,.70 milesto Christian service Mr. {
who several here last '
Most keen observers agree that the hope of fully, were recently published in the i week spent gathering local days color and Visiting investors' are arriving, the south Purdy and Howard Dente
daily with money in their pocketsfor Highways 0 n all sides of in charge of the music.
civilization lies in return to the old virtu-
Masonic News of Montreal, Canada. surveying the scene of confusion
new businesses, but many i Starke are lined with hitch hikers,
ous habits and a rediscovery of the all but Learn to like what doesn't cost much. The tertaining following article Is Mr.on Abbott's Starke: en- leave in disgust. A restaurant I mostly men carrying tools and Miami Developer He\\
forgotten truths of an earlier day. chain operator came In to opena suit cases, and it has> all brought
Learn to like reading, "conversation, Eight miles from Camp Blanding series of drive-In sandwich unprecedented congestion. The Baron DeHirsch Meyer,,
Olin Miller] got off one of the best music. on 'a traffic-Jammed highwayis stands. He got the sites and presence of hundreds of Okies councilman of Miami Beach I

cracks heard recently when he said that Learn to like plain food, plain,service, Starke; ante* quiet'' little ,seat, then was stymied. When soda camped along the, i roadside doesn't President of the MIami a
of Bradford (W Hollywood is the place where movie stars arrived help either. ai to SI
plain cooking. town, packed to the rafters I ulAbess.
he had no one to Install recently accompanied by
I Officers
marry in haste ,and repeat at pleasure. Learn to like fields, trees, woods, with workers, visitors soldiers, them, out appeals 1Jae to camp motorists have sent and It Is rumored ttml
.-O- job seekers and 'even a few Gyp- Merchants report more businessIn Meyer lx negotiating for tlxI!
brooks, fishing, rowing, hiking. Hies. sightseers to stay away from this
War Brings A Business Boom, Learn to like life for its own sake. the last week than during the I vicinity, but thousands on thousands chase of city properly for|
It has borne' the brunt of the entire 'month of November last purpose of development.
i cars and trucks have
Hut What Of The Future? Learn to like people, even ,though some gigantic $20,000,000 developmentat year, but the hurly-burly' comes 'business here > Meyer Is an attorney of

Near the end of October, a noteworthyevent of them may be as different from you as a Camp Blanding' where 21,000 only as a mixed'blessing, Staike. Official Doing: Fine Job Inence In South Florida
workmen, laboring day and night, cannot yet make Its mind
The Business Week industrial up Harassed officials the
occurred. Chinese. are doing the owner of vast hotel plies
are putting together one of thesouth' whether It likes so much upstir. best
activity index, which is'one of the Learn to like to'work and enjoy the largest ''cantonments for Residents, who ordinarily could townspeople they can and,to the protect the In ,Miami Beach
standard bu barometers touched 136. $ipess satisfaction of doing your job as ,as throng) working ,day and .night,
what has
That .was seven-tenths, of a point higher can be done. happened' almost leisurely shopping now have to I and they're doing a fine Job. sinister motives Undeiln
overnight leave gthelr ,cars on sand streetsin Even though .the. an 'Immediate choice: of I
than the previous all-time record, which was Learn to like the song of the birds, Normally Stance{! a' town of the residential sections I House- packed, It's mostly city for Jail traffic stays town or going to the ero

reached during the week of July 27, back the companionship of dogs, imd'laughter 1.300 ":'with twd.jrafflc lights and wives have to ,wait in line for I violations. There hasn't been a Jail. They always leave Cjj

in fabled and fabulous 1929. and gaiety of children. an where oak-shaded freight courthouse"' trains a town their groceries. It lakes a crow major' crime here nor a fatal ac- i especially are unwanted at a|
highball bar at some hours to get in the
cident since the Influx started. like this, and those here
What this obviously means is that we Learn to like gardening, carpentering, through without stopping. NowIt [postofflce. Thin remarkable safety and i won't stay long.

are in the midst of a' boom-and a boom putering around the house, the lawn, and : Is a teeming, renter of hu- Waitresses, filling station attendants orderliness Is due largely to the But to the good elite
the roads of
I manity cross FlorIda clerks and others
that will undoubtedly reach giddy heights the automobile. : serve the who people of Starke themselves, and workers and others who

before it Is' done. Equally obvious is the Learn to like the sunrise and sunset, Stand at they' main Intersection, frazzle and public sleepy-eyed.uie.worn The to a an vine"uncanny that small town "grape- legitimate reasons for being I
everybody: know Starke still extends a warm!
fact that it is based upon one thing, and the beating of rain'on roof and windows, and and Call and you'll Walnut meet streets, a while rush has interfered tremendously what everybody else is doing half come. Everybody is doing
one, thing only-war. It will stop when the gentle fall of snow on a winter day. know. There ''&t&that many here you recreation.fishing, hunting and other an hour after they get to town. level best to make It please

war preparations stop. And, like all war Learn to keep your wants simple. Re- from all parts' of the state and There's no time now for any They in can spot a chisler or a all who come Theyre Jiuil
the phony an instant, and they appointed that they have no
booms: it, is inflationary in tendency. fuse to be owned and anchored by things country No Rooms AvailableIt body thing who except can work J is and every- I haven't time to bother with any room.CLASSIFIED,

Dismissing that for the moment, it and the opinions of others.O was estimated today that business places would working.like to Most get

seems ,clear that a period of considerable"artiicial" more than 5,000 persons are liv- more help, but there are no living i: ADS _
ing here now, grateful for any bit accommodations for i
Then additional __
Sherman Was
prosperity lies ahead f Right ,
o us. of shelter they can find. Ask employes. .
Practically all business will be affected. And He Is Still Right TodayGen. for a room In I Starke, and resi When rural visitors come to FOR SALE-31-acre farm
dent's will think you're crazy. town they're FOR SALE, : r I five good building pt
Modern war and modern preparedness pro- William Tecumseh Sherman, who amazed at the sud !
Ask for space for a cot and den transformation grove, potato crop 4 KI
grams call for an unprecedented'degree of led the Union forces in the march through they'll try to provide It. here can't believe''their: Old-timers Fodr-wheel-trailer 7x18 ft. II strawberries. On Road I

national -effort. For every soldier in uni- Georgia during the Civil War, is probably Nearly every home In the town peclally as they gaze'upon eyes a,new es- Used show cases, 4, 6, and I ml north of courthOuse

form, there must be half-a-dozen men or best, known for three words uttered in a has two or more roomers and carnival atmosphere'that has 8 ft. Dell Starke, Fla, 11
boarders. One hospitable family In brought street Priced Right For Quick
more behind him in factories and supply short speech at Columbus, Ohio, in 1880- an ordinary bungalow counted up galleries three-for-a-dime hawkers shooting Sale FURNISHED LAKE CO'M'

depots, producing, distributing and handlingthe "War is hell !I" The circumstances under today and found '18 roomers. I places and fortune tellers. Starke photo I GLASS on Santa Fe Lake. EI

hundred and one articles that today's which the words were spoken and the rest Hotels long since have had out i iant used to' things like that. OF ALL KINDS lights. running water. I
their "No Vacancy" signs, and i Neither Is It And Automobile glass Installed F. H. Lewis Santa F. i iEarlton. B
soldier must have if he is to be an efficient of the speech however, have been almost when homes filled Starke businessmen i late hours of accustomed the newcomers.to the while you wait. Florida, firs

de troyer. In modern war, in brief, the completely ignored. were willing to put up their Stores now are staying open until Lake front lots east of Waldo 4t to
on east whore
friends for
a night In office and
civilian population is as much involved as B. 11 o'clock and midnight whereas of
When President Rutherford Hayes store buildings ; Santa Fe' Lake, four miles NOTICE--We opt!
formerly closed SPECIAL
the actual armies in the field. spoke in Columbus at that time to an en- Outside of town trailer campsare Three Great Surge at dark. 300 from Keystone. Heights, lOOx business In new locatioaj

Some industries will probably expandat campment of Civil War veterans, General springing up like mushrooms, Business and activity comes In ft -Sold on easy terms. with complete line prelll and I

a tremendous rate during the next few Sherman was on the speakers' platform.At and knocking every together available new carpenter Jooks and Is three great surges, early In the See t, Take care of annourcemei coupons i
morning In mid-afternoon for future
years. We have seen signs of that alreadyin the conclusion: of the President's addressthe sandwich stands. I after midnight when the work and JOE PETER'S GLASS Gassett, Octagon Preen

aircraft manufacture the principal old Union soldiers in the crowd called But there are not many car- shifts change at Camp Blanding. 438 N. SHOP 9th. St. Agency.

makers are working 24 hours a day, are for him. He stepped forward, and looking Phone 596 GalnenvUIe, Fla. LARGE HOUSK: -for '"I

building new plants as fast as the neces- down upon the men he had led in battle but Soldier's Daily Life at Camp Blanding Kingsley Lake, SuiUbkJ,Mrs

sary labor and materials can be obtained. fifteen years before talked to them for two I Will Require Some Early RisingThere'll FOR SALE-3-room house and bachelor quarters-Wulnut Su.3I,
; about an nt ,.... Matthews,
nrr* a>.n. A*
and have gigantic ,quantities o f unfilled or three minutes in their own language. He be Road 13a -; **" Q.WUMU VIA I Fla"'KEYS,
some early rising r and recreational t 6 miles from I
orders on hand. It was lately reported that spoke of the comradship that bound him to I among the 40,000 National I help the men enjoy activities their will Starke.-Earl Cook Jr., Starke, FOUND- Ring tuna
Britain will buy 12,000 additional military the rank and file of veterans, and then said: Guardsmen who'start arriving at time. Fla- 12-6 2tp several keys and yelloW
Camp Blanding ..next week.. obi**
planes la this country, and that our govern- "The war now is away back in the past The Walden. who la on a year's FOR signet ring may I be County:
exact hour SALE-10-room
hasn't been
house atKeystone Bradford
announced leave of
ment will place orders for an equal number. books cannot. When absence from hil job as owner at IdentJtlr
and you can tell what I yet but Lieut. Col. Henry athletic director at Louisiana Heights. Gas stove graph office upon

Railroad carloadings will be going up. you talk, you come down to, the practical E. Walden. liaison 'officer says lege, explained,, that the term dril-Col- and gas water heater.-Mrs. and payment of sd

Electric power output will necessarily follow realities just as .they happened You all the that ancient the Guardsmen Army ,tradition will follow of ling does not necessarily mean Fla.Paul Savage, Keystone Heights tf FOR RENT 6 rooD!
marching 'In
thesurging industrial! production in- know this is not soldiering. here (in the early ,rising, .full pack the hot sun 'under home. Hot and cold j5ji'\faler

dices. And such basic heavy industries as encampment). "The men' will be on duty 44 '''Training'probably FOR RENT-House on Lake Alto nlshed Box 192

steel will find their principal problem in "There is many a boy ere today_ who, hours a week, but this doesn't better word" he said, "since would units be a 15 minute drive' from Starke,. Fla
mean they'll be marching all that like the fully furnished, large living --- 3 rurnl6htd
figuring how to keep output up to demand. looks on war as all glory, but, boys it is all time." Walden declared. will do relatively signal and little medical corps! room and 'cUnlng'room.,, four .FOR RENT'I attractive III'
in I
Normally, a great jump in production such hell. You can bear this warning voice to The ichedule.I said, providesfor as compared to the Infantry.marching bed rooms bath'oilandwood, rooms Hot and cold
five fight-hour days and four unit Each II stoves, hot and -cold ''Waf r, hpme. 1IIqu
'as this would involve gigantic profits. That generations yet to come, I look upon war hours on Saturday, with Saturday or training will undergo In intensive drills large fireplace and Heatrola, Priced'rea.'lOnabl'

will not be true this time. This year, fort with horror, but if it has to come, I am afternoon and Sunday off. .field." I Its particular electric refrigerator servant's Telegraph

instance, many industries expect that net here." Trainees will go, through set Much of the house, four-car: garage, boat HAVE AMinton'
ting up' exercises immediatelyafter entertainment and house, good dock, bathing and IF YOU
r earnings will be under the 1939 level, even O "' rolling out of their cots. full recreational program will Bo Into fishing. Inquire at Alexander ReendlteRK

though production is substantially greater. You've heard about "stark, raving Then they'll wash up and clean first awing with the arrival of the *: Co., Starke, Fla. tf 1895. has I
up their ten **- Breakfast, ia. advance units of the Thlrty- and Bronchial
There are a number of reasons for that. crazy. Well. Starke is just about that bad next First (Dixie) bottle ,100
and after that there'll be four In Decem- YOUNG MEN Several ounce
One &is that commodity costs rising. Still right told last week ber. single sartO p.
are now. Traveling man us 'hours of drilling; before the noon men wanted between 18 and Order nOW OhiO.LARGE 1S4
t another is that it .will be necessary to puta he had to go on to Gainesville to telephonehis meal. Then more drilling in the Other features Including dances 25, for retail sales work In pany. Sidney.

larger proportion of gross income back house in Jacksonville The Starke operator afternoon. to L supervised and chaperoned Jacksonville territory. High add prl
into facilities. Profits be adequate calls ahead she After the day's training Is finished by, sIx hostelllles already school graduates with good ROOM ,4 JIIII.
plant must said she had so many athletic competition be- appointed character suitable for
by Cot R. H. references. Good opportunity bath
but they won't be great. was afraid it would be the next day before I tween the various units, movies in wander will begIn Kelley} ,In camp corn' on permanent Job heat. wner PrlD' pi'

It isn't pleasant to think of the de- she could put his call through.-Leesburg'I a big theatre tent that holds 2,000 about the time the FortY-Third January with 'successful and responsible Early ee venlPBa::: .

pression that, in the view of most econo- Commercial. I men swimming In Kingsley Lake arrives from the New England Jacksonville firm. Write, 301 a good l1 .
and various Inn
other Fla.
entertainment State. Bk. Bldg., Jacksonville. each. 730 J, 1)
FU- 11.29 2t Jacksonville

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