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 13, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01162
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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The Home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven f'

BS Renewed I Col. Kelley Busy As Troops Move... ,...t In Secured ;

forts -. I II RightofWay ; ; I

or Health Unit T'L For Road Toy..' Cars't' ; ,

*. l State' Ready To Proceed At Once With ;'
Plan Including Bradford, Clay, and 1 ;

Putnam Has, Approval of Health r.4ir. Berry FestivalIn Two-Lane Highway From Call'l j I; :

Board and Army Y- Street To BlandingThe :

Because of "congested conditions"around FebruaryFree last obstacle standing between Starke :'
!m'); Blanding and the surrounding areas, I' h is Barbecue and the new four-drive $500,000 highway to 1

State Board of Health is making renewed I Planned For Camp Blanding was removed yesterday when f

.forts e to effect the establishment of a health Opening Day final negotiations were completed for the 200- ;:

Bradford and two other nearby I ti A real old-fashioned county foot right-of-way from the end of Call Street rr::
nit in coun- l
fair, chuck-full of all the fascination
The proposed set-up would provide al such events always hold to the government reservation. ':

j. unit Bradford for young and old alike will be After 30 days of maneuvering, finagling-{
tee-county embracing Clay, I staged here In Starke from February .
d Putnam counties, at an approximate cost f 1 through February 7, It cajoling, and pleading with i landowners of "t

$$20,000.Representatives. was Glorifying announced Bradford today. County' varying degrees of unwillingness, a committee ,:

of the Health Board 4 t:. major money crop the Firm An- of business men announced yesterday that the .
nual Strawberry Festival to be and the State Road '
last deed had been signed Department \
rring with local officials Wednesday, ex- held' at the site of Starke's Farmera had been given the signal to go ahead with the vital Na. .

ained that the new plan has the approval of: '",t, vnj ;, containing Market, will approximately offer a premiumlist 200 tional Dfense highway. : -

e i United States Public Health Service and the Army, and I f I cash prizes for the beat displaysof Designated as State Road No 261, the new highway i

at the government will contribute $10,000 towards the j ;ti. Bradford County products, I It will consist of two 2-lane roads, each 24 :feet in width, and '

DUal expense. On the basis of population, it is proposedat Was ald. separated by a 30-foot parkway. It will, be of limerock "'

Putnam county pay.$5,000 annually, and that Bradford The fair'will be held under the with retread surface top and bridges and-f.culverts will be l'l'of '

d Clay counties contribute $2,500 each.In auspices) and direction of the concrete. (.
Starke Strawberry Festival A. n. Running east from the endof ;'
expressing; their concern over conditions here, Health elation, a-strictly local organization 'I ,
and I officials stated that efforts in the past to effect the With the big t movement of troopa Into lll'1Dlanllng! headed by T, Frank Lan Call Street's pavementI/I:
ganization of a health unit in this county have failed, I scheduled to start at 7:05 this morning Col. R. jll. Kelley, commanding drum, president. Guard 'T 0 Get 'the 6 1-2 mile long project i twill

it t that -"the. emergency .is now such that a local health officer is one of the busiest men In Florida Pictured According to Mr Landrum, curve very slightly beyond '.;
anization is almost im-' above, in his administrative office, Col. Kelley (is Ironing out by preliminary plans for the fall Alligator Creek a n d'" '

rative or else we may ex- telephone, some of the innumerable details) incident to the arrival contemplate, aa n climax attrac New Commander continue due 'east to the

t certain epidemics that Legion Nets $600 of troops. The Camp Is now approximately 46 .percent complete. tloa, the coronation of a Straw nianding reservation along
Queen, elected
berry by popular
I Will Co the section line parallel but
y follow in any large mass I 'Vote here In Starke with ballots U. Long "

people grouped togetherthout Mrs. Morrow Heads Driving: '''Permits for. the voting being supplied b) To Ft. Kenning For not quite coinciding ,with the ''f
a certain amount of On First Fair I I II our local merchants.! The cor Training Course old Green Cove Springs road t

alth supervision. Xmas Seal Sale Break .RecordReviewing onation will take place on theThursday The Road Department has

"The sanitary conditionspoor Plan' Bigger Event I I of the sales night before the fair'! T. T. Long, First Lieutenant of 'already"" cleared a portion of
Tuberculosis and figures
The Florida closing date, and the 1041 Queer
three CommandIng in I
in the sur- the,124th Infantry and the right-of-way Clay
For Next Year; Health Association announces the of driver's licenses in the office will greet friends on the fall
nding counties and thisj I Officer oX the Headquarters County, but could not proceed .
Other Groups Profit of Mis M. W. Mor- of tho county judge for the majorportion grounds throughout the final day, .
affect the troop. as well a* appointment I Detachment stationed :here, will In this county until final negotiations
health cha.lr- of fat fading '1940, it t Friday February Its j 1,
civilian population, of Hampton as general were completed.
Bradford's. first fair of county row Mr.:: Land rum added, that plans leave Sunday night fur'! Fort Ben-
tale stated. of Christmas Seal sales In was obvious today that Boom 40 schedule calls 'for. completion of
A visit of this area 'waif made wide .nature since it and Unior man I even extended Into this branch of< are ,now being completed for & nlng, Oa;, where he will take a the project In approximately 120 "
Bradford County gala opening day, on Saturday,, -
t week by Dr. L:, L. William were divided' almost,twenty yean I three month's course In the startofficers' days. i;
Publicity and bond pales will be I the county's, government February 1, with free barbecue or .
the United'' States i Public ago,'c osdf'!'north of the city.las .Inc.n the sal oi hand for everyone, and Pforlda'inexttajLOvtmor school o..nllthe r e The biggest "hold-up" was the '
Hit Service'from:; Washington rek1"i nvwpbem.J.of thi headed by Mrs J..M, Alvarez. i The ,,' .. *L.;.:Mpl.. Monday. ,O'r1n..h I 1. absence. fact that' a. 200-foo .l1&'hto4)f-way'' :
t.> ( *..i'tfmg'y.cncom.| wbe.for.evtrxli: years.aandtietedthe f regular nperalferV. licenses, leaped was-deslred, ser.r eut.;4'
dt I 'airAssocfattonkare"atln' wonder. land and.C-u-IClII..of Agri'culture lieutenant, IJfchard:CI{KMtf Jr., < sJgirtcalx
a !local health 'uatt. He the wlthvhlch sales in this county. She I up more .than 6,006so far this ",Nathan ,Mayo and ,other will b. in commaiTd of the* local of, every,?fot"or;34,, acres to the
iursf that the three,.counties ingulf" success they will contact schools'and other I year as compared with the entire honored, guests This opening Detachment "which was Florida mile of }he'owner'aland., \ L. O.
Clay, Bradford, and Putnam met Is really true, a ,
Powell, the Powell-Smith Com-
Club of 1939 Judge Perryman day program! according to tenta.
organizations. The Rotary. year National Guard company until !Inducted
III a tri-county unit wlttx one Over and above all pony and A. .J, Thomas., who
expenses tive plans, will be broadcast over
already raid today. Last a total of3.20O Into the regular Army of
Y'I I c I a n who Is especially and the Woman's Club have year owned around two-thirds of the
attached to staging one of thecounty's radio station WJAX Jacksonville -
the United Stales last month
,ned In Public Health as the voted to purchase $5 bond i driver's licenses (operator's) and WRUF, Gainesville,,, property along- the desired route,
most colorful events, the Kldd at Is
sold his office. This present
ctor for the three' counties were several weeks agreed to donate
for ago
These are designed larger con WFOY, St Augustine; WMFJ
I officer for the anti-tank
b county to have a*nurse and Association, which t.l all incorporation and there are eighteen more supply the right-of-way through'
k controlled by the Jone tributions I than the purchase of year Daytona Beach and WTMC Ocala,,, company In. Jacksonville, .and was
and two sanitary officer* days left of this month, the sales thus giving Starke and Bradford their holdings.
Increnllc.lBradford attached to the focal
serve the three /.counties.e Langford-White Post No. 58 of seals, and have greatly formerly '
County State-wide publicity. Around $300 was raised among
figure had passed the 3,857 mark.
American Legion, announced, to Inre- company
emergency reasons for the County's quota
It Is also planned to bring a local merchants Wednesday and
I, as stated by health officials, day a net proceed of approximately Licenses Issued to, chauffeurs Lieutenant Long stated his I
cent years prominent tobacco auctioneer, apt Thursday! pay the few remaining
u follows: $600. Mayor N D. Wainwright Jr., showed also a decided Increase, at the sing-song bid taking,, main courses of study at Fort property ownera,who refused
>I. Ti>hold fever, dysentery, This money will be set aside< the Judge said. Throughout last popularized throughout the coun Denning would be In Flans and to give right-of-way without
week Issued' formal endorsement
this a
rhea and bookworm may be principally for financing the next sale year a total of 172 chauffeur's try by a network radio program Training, and In Army Intelligence I some remuneration,, One man objected
peeled! ,to become a serious fair which is planned to be staged of the seal and licenses were sold; today, 'how to auction off choice Iota of Brad' work. justifiably, because the
rem u n I e s s efforts are here next year on an even larger) staled: "I hope all citizens will ever, the picture had changed I ford County strawberries during The Headquarters Detachment new road would run through the
e fo Ne> that the proper scale than the one of 1910. buy aa many seals as possiblethis I considerably. A total of 752 had the opening day. Is still stationed at the Armory middle of his highly.prized strawberry
aJ Is made of the body The Legion Post announced the year. Let every greetingcard been sold, by the Judge's office Among the more outstanding here In Starke, where It has been patch.Booster. \
.area donation o f several voluntary and gift package that goes exhibits expected at the festival. since mobilization by the President
Sjphllls and gonorrhea amounts to organizations aDd forth from Starke carry these Xmas To Bring: will be displays from the Stats last,November* 23 and madea
J be expected"' to occur al- others of this I city. Included small decorations attesting that Department of Agriculture and part Of the regular Army. Banquet
e In epidemic form unless among these waa" a $50 donation our community Is alive to Its responsibilities Training "Let Up"The Experiment,Station., the-American Orders that will transfer the com- Next Monday
Civilian population as well to the Starke Parent-Teacher'i ,"' Red Cross, the National Safety pany to Camp Blanding are now
the troops are given. prnteca Association; To the Boy Seoul Mrs. Morrow has appointedother War Department has Council, the State Board of being awaited. Lieutenant Long Everything Ja in readiness for
"> {ninst these dfseaae troop who assisted in selling, and workers as follows: primary ordered Army training suspended Health, the Florida State Tuberculosis stated Wednesday that "all Indications the annual, Booster Club banquetto
Other healCh problems such taking up of tickets and direction department B. H. S., Mrs. for most of the Christmas-New. Association and many point to December 18 as be held here next Monday
tuberculosis maternal hy- of traffic on the show grounds H. C. Ritch; high school Mrs. R. Year holiday period, and liberalized others. the day the Headquarters Detach- night at ft, o'clock in the
dental hygene are alKoDN'I the Legionnaires gave $15 for the F Demurest; Starke library, Mrs. regulations so that large According to Mr. Landrum, of ment will be transferred to Camp Woman's Club building, accordingto
of attention. purchase of a suit, which coupled Jennnette Young; ,street sales numbers of men might enjoy furloughs the> Festival Association, the fair Blanding." an announcement yesterday by

4. InleftM. the counties. make together with $75 they earned al I Boy Scout Troop 70; Brooker will not only exhibit scores of The personnel of the company W, K. Jenkins, president of the
me effort to protect not only the fair gave them a total ol school Miss Muriel Norman; Training for men in active service farm product displays, but also here was recently reduced by organization
health of their citizens butto $90. The Post gave to the Brad Lawtey school Mrs. Blanche Ed- prior to November 1 Is to be the best work of homemakers In twenty-five percent as a result All football fans. are Invited
> help protect the health ford County High School Athletic wards; Graham school Mrs. Ruth suspended from noon December Bradford County such as baked of the rigid physical examinations to become members of the club
the ""!dlel'S. It may be necesr Association $25. Besides these Frazier; Hampton school, Miss 21 to January 2. goods, canned and glossed foods, all of the enlisted men were upon payment of the annual dues
the Army to declare and various other expensei Ophelia Bryan; Hampton negro For those who have entered. etc. In addition to Its educa- required to pans. The examining of $1, which also entitles the
''n areas "Out of BoundV amounting to about $5O, given (school Roosevelt Smith; R. J. E. service since November 1,. tralh- tional features, too, there will be board, composed of Army physicians member, to attendance at the
the local buNlnens. concerns for prize money to schools and Graded school (to be chosen). Ing will be suspended from noon fun galore for everybody during ordered six of the twenty- banquet which la given at the end
11 lone the trade that IN now Individuals who displayed exhibit Besides contributions from December 21 to December 26, and tho weeks celebration, he said.< four' enlisted men discharged be- of every season In honor of members
fling) from the presence of at the fair, the Association net these sources, the usual sheets of again from noon December 31 to Other announcements will be cause of physical defects that are, of the squad ,
traps, ted the $600 I seals will be mailed to Individuals reveille on. January 2. I made by Mr. Landrum from time usually regarded as unimportant Principal K. L. Williams and
Other expenses Included In the who are urged to remit for them. Announcing liberalization of : to time, as further details. for the by the average civilian. Reasons', Coach Bill Stephens announce
ssion Hall Associations list was $l50 for, For more than 30 years the workof regulations which heretofore limited fair are completed. "We want to; for discharge ranged from imperfect that an Interesting program has
d county operating licenses. I the Tuberculosis Association' the number of enlisted men give everybody In Bradford vision to "pes planus'' been arranged, and a turkey din-
Tabernacle of the Mighty has been financed through these on furlough from any unit to 15 County plenty of warning, though, (flat feet), Two others were discharged ner "with all the trimmings" will
'M Tuesday night the subject The manager Shows, who had the Bales. per cent of the enlisted strength, to keep those seven days, February by reasons of dependents, be served
the Monarch said thenumbers 1-7 'open'. on their engagement and an additional application for
the War Department
! Bible MisnlonWM and booths Mr. Jenkins states that the
study at the concessions annual
I principal I be calendars, he declared. discharge due to dependents fepending
granted holiday
"The Three Steps of located on the grounds, donated May Delay Arrival Of to election of officers will be
iatlan l Walk." leave would be left to the discre- "Everybody Is going to be cork and expected to be ap-
Association -
Parent-Teacher's held! following the banquet.
> services at also to the Forty-Third Division tion of local commanders.The dlally Invited to attend, and we proved.
the Tabernacleweek
conducted railroads, It wan. noted,) will expect hundreds of visitors The company spends a full
"''Us and his by George F. of the Fair Association I Probability of a three month's have authorized a special furlough from adjoining counties We want eight hours dally, not Including We Must Increase
party were very forth
expressed gratitude Induction of the to Join us In having fun,
fUI, The final today delay (In the fare of one cent a mile for everyone mealtimes. In diligent practiceand
was well attended. they are now fully Into the U. have here, and inlaunching '
tore! from that 172nd Field Artillery properly identified In uniform at county we life and training and fieldwork Because of the increasedcoat
many of the curding fair second to result of annual event that,
that a
convinced as a an
S Army developed authorized well Interior drills
communities their own expense, on as as of newsprint and otb ee
were pres.ext be put over In Bradford of accommodations we predict, will become outstanding -
none can temporary lack leave during the holidays and studies. are Included In the Items of production which
county next year. for them at Camp Blanding. on Florida's county fair varied
to -
Sunday night the subject program. make II prohibitive publish
be 1The City." There willet Officials of the Bradford The Forty-Third, made up of Dance Tonight circuit. me Telegraph at C fa epresent
be service the Tab- County Fair Association, who are National Guard troops la all the Jewelry Shop rate, we wish to an-
i le Friday night. An. Invlta- likewise members of the Legion. New England States except Ma.- At Woman's ClubGood Marked RiseIn flounce the following slight I
,w extended to all to attend Post and director of the organIzatlon sachusetts. and ,the 172nd Field [ MarriagesNo Opens Here Increase la subaerlptlonprice
meetings are: R. J. Turner president Arltllery, a New Hampshire Na- music will pour forth *, effective January 1, :{
annual Christmas ; S. T Weldon vicepresident tional Guard unit were scheduledfor from the Woman's Club building one Is certain that the recent W. K. Chandler, formerly ofFort t
be given on the night program of the ; A. J. Thomas, treasurerand Induction on January 13. tonight (Friday) aa Ted Sher- draft had anything to do with Myers has opened a Jewelry milOn* year, .1,75: ; six J
An Interesting and helpful N. D. Wainwright secretary. MaJ Gen. Jame. A. Woodruff wood and His Floridians play for blowing an additional number of hop In White's grocery store ands months, ...00; three months, .
ram win be provided. commanding the First Army : a dance sponsored by theclub prospective brides and grooms carrying a nice line of Christmas S3c. :
Naval Stores Meeting Corps Area 'announced,. however. I members with the assistance of Into the office of county Judge gifts Including watches, After January 1 no subscription .1:
d8 that Information that accommodations the younger .,set acting as ,hostesses E. K. Ferryman in November, lngsr; and many other Items. will be acceptedfor t
Ring In TurkeyA A meeting will be held at the would not be available at I for the evening but, the Increase nearly tripled Mr. Chandler has had many a shorter period than

Rennolda got a big sur- courthouse here Tuesday after. Blinding until March'1.- had been A cordial Invitation ls extended :that of the same month )last year. years of experience in repairing three months. c
recently when he found a noon. December 17 at 2 p. m.. for, received from the Fourth Corps 'to all visitors In town and to Judge Ferryman's records Indicate watches, and his motto Is "Satis- Renewals on all subscrip ,
Sliver ring bearing a black the purpose of explaining the I Area, at Atlanta. He added: Camp Blanding army personnel today that eleven licenses faction guaranteed or money re- dons Whether currently expiring ,
It\es Cro"11' while eating the Naval Stores Conservation Program "It can be presumed from that to come and Join In the festivities, were Issued during November of funded." He Invites gift shooters or Dot, will be ac> ':i
"r a Thanksgiving turkey. for 1941. U Is suggested statement that they will not be Inducted which will begin. at 10 o'clock. last year, while a total of twenty- to use the "lay away" planIn copt d at the present rate
!nnold. t la at a loss to ex- that all persons Interested In naval any on the date previously Admission will be $1.25 per eight purchased licenses In his making purchases for Christmas front now until January 1. I
of .
his *lndThe turkey came'Texas way to the production couple. office last month .
this time. set.
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mists inevitably will follow the war boom. Two Attractive New Homes I Work Train CongreSs Will! Stud
The Bradford County Telegraph! Schedule ChangedStarting
History shows us again and again that pros Problems

-- -- -- .- ---- K tal>liNbed 1877 -- perity based on arms production is eventu- last Monday, the The Hobs, t f

ally dfsasterous. But force of circumstances Camp Blanding work train began gating Intell'll"e' !enlmiII InWorkel'8

AAEABEFtFLORIMPRESS is to follow the rest of the worldin i runing on the following: schedule: Will 1.11 rallo
us Leave Jacksonville at 5:45: A. flux of job seekprulai { R
AssoaAnaE. 4 the race toward military supremacy. So, M. Instead of 6:15: A. M. and will ding accorcng" Comp
until peace comes again to a tired world, run directly Into Camp Blanding, patch from Washington a
9Otaasa.4 : Slot=(. arriving at 7:49: : A M.; returning, Dr R K .
is to be booming in America. Lamb
business going ,
leave Camp at 8:15: P. M.. arrivIng Bator said chief In
L. Mattiiews .__...________. Editor and Owner o in Jacksonville at 7:15 P. M. get data the conunlttee
Labor And Management The round-trip fare la 75 cents. tlon from L .the Florida
TubLMhed Weekly on Frklajs and Entered a. Skxs- This new schedule takes the Rolx>rt a c'
t'' ..s Clans Matte at the Pont Office at Starke, Fla. Cooperate To Make America Strong workers Into Camp Blandlngr Instead Ser Air InlleKtllIl1tor-

-. -. There has been a gratifying decreasein of detraining them at He sold SOCiety.
HUIHCRIITION; RATE Starke returning the train leaves Mrs WIlIlIlll1l
in this had
serious labor country.
Yearly, ...60; HU Month, 75o-Payable tai Advnno disputes directly from the camp. made! a trip 10 Camp
Uertlitlng Rate on Application When 'differences arise arbitration is being The new service eliminates the ding tlon,to study employment

;' used, instead of strike calls. Accordingto transfer of workers by truck between committee would appear before

What Did Early Americans Have observers, there seems little likelihood of Starke and Camp Blandlngr. ', week. it final hearings
The new shuttle train Is equippedwith
That We Don't Have Today? .any important strikes taking place in the 13 coaches, and extra [ Camp Blanding .

Americans: today are apparently too foreseeable, future.If rs coaches will be added when biggest of the Nation" n,
far removed from colonial times to remem- that proves true, both labor and needed. thousands center of men fir>Stood, Lamb

ber that the men who carried the American management are to be congratulated. There Plans DevelopmentLewis three or four day to app In(

Revolution through to a successful conclusion is no room in this country for the labor construction housing, lobs He
an.i t Va
freely gave their lives and fortunes to leader who pushes unjustified strikesevenas .n 'anx Bower of Miami Beachis were available feeding for
making a number of large investments only
gain the privilege of self-government for there is no room for the industrialist who in Starke and it is fraction of the applicant.a

themselves. and their children. Having purchased refuses to meet just labor demands, and understood that he is contem- He said Blanding while I

liberty in blood, the men of that thus makes strikes unavoidable. There Pictured above are two attractive homes that have recently been plating the purchase of a large vailed live of at the situation that
plat of for the many
acreage defenq
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 of development. Mr. Bower purpose Is I was "the worst problem"pro J

ing, understood that It 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

guarded. They stood ready to defend the America must produce. It must below was built by the late M. C. Sweeney and was recently sold I and Is the owner ;of many ml"ee/ He added howevj
Today understood
to Dr. J. W Brownlee. properties In South Florida. local and rd
t land they had hewn from the Western wilderness It must ahead and make itself agencies had the
create. go --------- ---------- situation'
against attack from both within and control.
and Nothing can be

r without ,their country's borders. strong permitted to impregnable.stall or slow the industrial We See Ourselves As Others See UsIt Tibbitts to Continue]

Consequently, the men who representedthese machine. And neither labor nor manage-,
la always Interesting to Bee penters around. All who'can Then for two hours there Is a 1, George F Spi
earlier generations in public office ment, if it knows what is good for it, and Tibblln, 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'as the traffic push will continue his Keystone series of Ht j

Men of honor and 'ability accepted public make unreasonable demands on the other. during this period 0 f change dollar an hour. They're not to crawls through. Ings through next Sunday i

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 w:
trees.!! In other words, we are The town Is ripe for a building when Call street is relatively "The Signs of the Tlmei.
themselves as real servants of the people. Some Good Precepts To Remember too close to the scene of actionto boom, but neither the materialsnor clear but it is merely the calm music and messages have

The fact that democracy calls for the In These Hectic Times get the proper perspective.For the labor Is available ,Some before the'storm. The crowds excellent, No one should
this reason It Is interestingto' residents have hail''approvals on always come in increasing numbers this opportunity to hrarlbj
highest form of both individual and collective for those who
following precepts "
read the impressions of our federal housing loans for months overf lowing I Into nearby bitts who has travelled
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 ,*"to Jacksonville 40 miles and has had a rich expert

eration because liberty has been too easy. to live longer and enjoy life more crack Tampa Tribune reporterwho done. '"* away and even to Ocala,.70 milesto Christian service Hr
that the of spent' ,several' days here last Investor'' arriving the'south. Purdy and Howard Death
Most keen observers agree hope fully were recently published in the week gathering local color and Visiting are
daily with money in their pocketsfor Highways o n all sides of In charge of the music
civilization lies in a return to the old virtuous Masonic News of Montreal, Canada. surveying the scene' of confusion.
new businesses, but many Starke are lined with hitch hikers
habits and a rediscovery' of the all but Learn to like what doesn't cost much. The following article Is Mr. Abbott's Starke entertaining leave in disgust. A restaurant mostly men carrying tools and lJl iamiJet'eloper He
on :
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 Bland- Baron DeHirsch
series o f c'rlve-ln! sandwich unprecedented congestion. The Meyer
Olin Miller got off one of the best music. ing, on 'a traffic-Jammed highway stands. He got the sites and presence of hundreds of Okles councilman of Miami Beat

cracks heard recently when he said that Learn to like plain food, plain .service, is Starke, once quiet''' little' .seat then was stymied. When soda camped along the, roadside doesn't President of the Miami
Hollywood is the place where movie stars of Bradford dttmfy.! and flow a fountains and other fixtures arrived help either. First Federal Bank.,wai la S
plain '
boom town, packed to the rafters
he had no one to Install Officers at have'sent recently accompanied by I
marry in haste and repeat at pleasure. Learn to like fields, trees, woods, with workers;' visitors, soldiers, them. out appeals the to camp motorists and Abess. It is rumored Ito
o Job seekers' and even a few Gyp- Meyer IK negotiating for i tb.
brooks. fishing, rowing, hiking. Merchants report more business sightseers to stay away from this
War Brings A Itusiness Boom Learn to like life for its own sake. Hies.It In the .last week than during the vicinity but thousands on thousands chase of city property fo
has borne' the of |
of development
brunt the entire month of November last of can and trucks' have purpose
But What Of The Future? Learn to like people, even though some gigantic $20,000.000 developmentat year, but the hurly-burly comes business here., i 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. Starke Official Doing Fine .Job inence In South Florida

occurred. The, Business Week industrial Chinese. workmen laboring day and night, cannot yet make up Its mind Harassed officials are doing the the owner of vast hotel p
are putting together one of thesouth' whether it likes so much upstlr. best
index which is' of the to'work they can to protect the ties In ,Miami Beach.
activity one Learn to like and enjoy the 'largest cantonments for Residents, ,who ordinarily could townspeople and..t. he visiting

standard business barometers, touched 136. satisfaction of doing your job as well. ,as itcan war training, and it is' unable to park anywhere\ .Call street for throng working'/day And ,night

That .was seven-tenths, of a point higher be done. conceived wljat baa happened. almost leisurely shopping 'now 'have to and they're doing a fine Job. sinister motives! t'ndesiri
overnight, / leave Jhelr cars on sand streetsIn immediate choke! of I
Even an
than the previous all-time record, which was Learn to like the song of the birds, ,Normally St lrke'' Is a' town of the residential sections. House- packed though It's mostly.the-'city for jail traffic stays town or going to the

reached during the week of July 27, backin the companionship of dogs, and laughterand 1.500 with two''"trafftc lights and wives have to wait in line for violations. There hasn't been a Jail. They always leave C

fabled and fabulous 1929. gaiety of children. an where oak-shaded, lrelght.'I courthouse, a town their groceries. It takes a crowbar major crime her nor a fatal ac- especially are unwanted at i
highball at some hours to get in the cident since the ,influx started like this and those hen
What this obviously means is that we Learn to like gardening, carpentering, through without'stopping.. Now postofflce. This remarkable safety and won't stay long.

are in the midst of a' boom-and a boom putering around the house, the lawn, and i It is a teeming center of humanity Waitresses, filling station attendants orderliness Is due largely to the But to the good cilia<

that will undoubtedly reach giddy heights the automobile. ', : the crossroads of Florida clerks and others, who people of Starke themselves' and workers and others wool

before it is done. Equally obvious is the Learn to like, the sunrise and sunset, Stand at the'main Intersection, serve frazzle the and public sleepy-eyed.are worn The to a an vine"uncanny that lets small town "grape legitimate reasons for being j
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 Walnut streets, a while rush has Interfered tremendouslywith 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.you'll There meat aWthat' somebody many here you recreation.fishing, hunting and other an hour after they get to town. level best to make It fall

war preparations stop. And, like all war Learn to keep your wants simple. Refuse from all parts' of the state and There's no time now for They can spot a chisler or a who come They're jus
any- phony in an instant! and they appointed that they have no|
booms, it, is inflationary in tendency. to be owned and anchored by things the country.No Rooms thing except work and every- haven't time to bother with any room.CLASSIFIED.
Dismissing that for the moment, iteenu and the opinions of others. was estimated today that body business' who places can is would working.like to Most get

clear that a period of considerable O more than 5,000 persons are living more help but there are no living ADS J
Sherman Was Then here now. grateful for any bit accommodations for additional
"artificial" prosperity lies ahead o f us. of shelter they can find. Ask ."" H
Practically all business will .b e affected. And He Is Still Right Today for a room In \Starke, and resi When rural visitors come to FOR SALE-31-acr* farm |

Modern war and modern preparedness programs Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman, who dent's will think you're crazy. |town they're amazed at the sud- FOR SALE, : five good building PI
4 ace'
Ask for space for a cot grove, potato crop
call for an unprecedented degree of led the Union forces in the march through they'll try to provide it. and den here transformation: Old-timers Four-wheel trailer 7x18 ft. strawberries. On Road I 11
caa't "their
national..effort For every soldier in uni- Georgia during the Civil War, is probablybest Nearly every home In the town i, as believe they gaze'upon eyes especially Used show cases, 4, 6, and mi. north of courthouse
a new
form there must be half-a-dozen men or known for three words uttered in a has two or more roomers and i carnival atmosphere that haa 8 ft. Dell Starke, Fla. HI

more behind him in factories and supply short speech at Columbus, Ohio, in 1880- an boarders.ordinary One bungalow hospitable counted family up In ,I brought galleries street three-for-a-dime hawkers, shbotlng, Priced Right Sale For Quick FURNISHED LAKE COT]

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

hundred and one articles that today's which the words we're spoken and the rest Hotels long since have had out ,,Isn't used to things like that. GLASS OF ALL KINDS I lights, running water.' I
their "No Vacancy" signs, And Automobile glass in- Lewis Santa FEarlton.
if he is be efficient have been almost and Neither Is It accustomed to the F. H.
soldier: must have to an of the speech, however, when homes filled, Starke businessmen late hours of the stalled while you wait. Florida, t I"

destroyer. In modern war, in brief, the completely ignored. were willing to put up their Stores now are staying newcomers.until Lake east of Waldo. .t to
open front lots on east whore
civilian population is' as much involved as When President Rutherford B. Hayes store friends buildings.for a night In office and 11 o'clock and midnight whereas of Santa Fe- Lake, four mllea NOTICE- -We '0

the actual armies in the field. spoke in Columbus at that time to an encampment Outside of town trailer campsare they formerly Three Great closed at dark. from Keystone Heights, lOOx SPECIAL business In new location I

Some industries will probably expandat of Civil War veterans, General] springing up like mushrooms, Business and activity Surges comes in 300 ft.-Sold on easy teams with complete line pre and H

a tremendous rate during the next few Sherman was on the speakers' platform.At and knocking every available carpenter Is three great surges, early in the See Take care of annour.cemen coupon |
together new jooks and morning, for future |
years. We have seen signs of that already the conclusion of the President's addressthe sandwich stands. after midnight mid-afternoon and JOE PETER'S' GLASS Gassett, Octagon Pr'"|

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

makers' are working 24 hours a day are for him He steuned forward. and lookno-! Phone 396 Gainesville, Fla. HOUSEKingsley ,for reD
.building new plants as fast as the necessary down upon the men he had -I d"i i in battle but I r Soldier's Daily Life alWill Camp Blanding Lake Suita

labor and materials can be obtained, fifteen years before, talked to them for two i Require Some Early RisingThere'll FOR SALE-3-room house and bachelor Matthews,quartersMi Walnut SI.S

and have gigantic quantities o f unfilled or three minutes in their own language. He about an acre of ground on
be some early Road 13 about 6 miles from Fla.,
orders on hand. It was lately reported that spoke of the comradship that bound him to among the 40.\\>00 National rising and help recreational the activities will Starke.-Earl Cook, Jr., Starke FOUND.Rlng con

Britain will buy 12,000 additional military the rank and file of veterans, and then said : Guardsmen who start. arriving at time. men enjoy their free Fla. 12-6 2tp KEYS several keys and yello"

planes in this country, and that our govern "The war now is away back in the past Camp BUnding.next week. Walden. who Is on a year's FOR signet ring may be CpU"ri 1
exact 10-room house at Bradford
hour hasn't been -
ment will place orders for an equal number. an- leave of absence from his owner at -"W
and you can tell what books cannot. When nounced yet but Lieut.. Cot Henry athletic director Job as Keystone 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 at Louisiana the term Col- and gas water heater.-Mrs. and payment of "fl.

Electric power output will necessarily follow realities just as .they happened. You all the that ancient the Guardsmen Army tradition follow IIndoes/ not necessarily mean dril Paul Savage, Keystone Heights.tf I FOR RENT II rOllm

the surging industrial production in know this is not soldiering here (in the early rising:' of full marching pack."Training'. in the hot sun 'under home. Hot and tnlshed. Lake"lIer 9

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

ateel will find their principal problem in "There is many a boy here today who hours a week but this doesn't better word"probably he said, "since would units be a 15 minute drive from Starke, Fla. _
mean fully turnJJhedrooms
figurine how to keep output up to demand. looks on war as all glory, but boys, it is all time."they'll Walden be declared.marching all that will like the signal and medical corps room furnished and ''dining large' room,,living four ,FOR RENT attractive 3 ,
do I n
Normally, a great jump in production such hell. You can bear this warning voice to The schedule,.:he said, provides as compared relatively to little marching bed rooms bath"CLI :and.;wood Hot and( cold
the hpme. ,
involve for five eight-hour days and four Infantry. Each stoves hot and -cold 'water, )wa
'as this would gigantic profits. That generations yet to come, I look upon war unit w" undergo Intensive drills Priced"rea..onable
on Saturday, with Saturday fireplace and Heatrola
win not be true this time. This year, for with horror, but if it has to come I ,am I afternoon and Sunday off. -i, leld.or training" in i Its particular electric refrigerator servant's Telegraph _

instance, many industries expect that net here." Trainees will gt through set house: four-car garage boathouse fF -HAVE A-rfDIA J
I Much
earnings will be under the 1939 level even O---- I tineup exercises immediately recreational of the entertainment and good dock bathing and Mlnton'o yOU Remedy ",bJdI
after rolling out of their cots. program will go into fishing Inquire at Alexander l
though production is substantially greater. You've heard about "stark fun awing with ,,1895.. has given rand
raving Then they'll wash up and clean the arrival of the Co., Starke; Fla. tf aaerM
There are number. of reasons for'that. crazy." Well Starke is just about that bad ,up their tent v Breakfast is'next first First advance 'units of the Thirty. I' bottle l*
and after that there'll be four (Dixie) Division' in Decem- YOUNG MEN .*-.Several single ounce R j
One is that commodity costs are rising. Still right now. Traveling man told us last week hours of ber. men Order now SaI'Co 12
drilling before the noon wanted between 18 and Ohio.,
another is that it will be necessary to puta he had to go on to Gainesville to telephone meal. Then more drilling the Other features Including dancesto 25. for retail sales work in pany. Sidney. JZAS

larger proportion of gross income back his house in Jacksonville. The Starke operator afternoon. be supervised and chaperoned Jacksonville territory. High ROOY rsyy!

into plant facilities. Profits must be ad. said she had so many calls ahead she ished After the day's training is fin- by six hostesses already appointed school graduates with good suitable for ;::;
athletic competition be- by CcRM. cbatacter references. Good opportunity bath
equate, but they won't be great.It was afraid it would be the next day before tween the various units, movies ina : mander. will begin Kelley, camp com-' on permanent Job heat. InnerIPrIDJ, lOne:

isn't: pleasant to think of the depression she could put his call through.-Leesburg! big theatre tent that holds 2,000 about the time the in January with i successful and responsible Early bnakf..t I
men. swimming in Kingsley Lake Forty-Third Jacksonville firm. Write, 301 a good venWL0'co! ;
that, in the view of most econo- Commercial. and from the New England 730 moJ3" jl-3
various other entertainment States, Fla. Bk. Bid*., Jacksonville each. Fla.r' .
Fla. 11.29 2t Jacksonville.


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The Home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven !; ,


Efforts Renewed Col. Kelley Busy As Troops Move*. Inter ,I ; 1

A RightofWay \ it


Plan Including Bradford, Clay, and x# State 'Ready To Proceed At Once With 1

Putnam Has Approval of Health Berry FestivalIn Two-Lane. Highway From' Call ,;

Board and Army Street To Blanding

Because of "congested conditions"around :, FebruaryFree The last obstacle standing between Starke :,

mp Blanding and the surrounding areas Barbecue and the new four-drive $500,000 highway to J

[i State Board of Health is making renewed'Iforts Planned For Camp Blanding was removed yesterday when "

to effect the establishment of a health Opening Day final negotiations were completed for the 200- ""

nit in Bradford and two other nearby coun-i V i gist A real old-fashioned county; foot right-of-way from the end of Call Street :
fair, chuck-full of all the fascination -
es The proposed set-up would provide aecounty such events always hold to the government' reservation.

unit embracing Bradford, Clay, for staged young here and In old Starke alike from, will Feb-be After 30 days of maneuvering, finagling

d Putnam counties, at an approximate cost ruary 1 through February 7, It cajoling, 'and pleading with i landowners of I'I

F$20,000.$ was Glorifying announced Bradford today. County's varying degrees of unwillingness, a committeeof

Representatives of the Health Board con major money crop the First An- business men announced yesterday that the

with local officials Wednesday ex- nual Strawberry Festival, to beheld last deed had been signed and the State. Road Department "
Erring at the site of Starke's Farmers' -
had been given the signal to go ahead with the vital National 'I
Market will offer
the has the : a premium
ained that new plan approval of rrb ,, '
); .ti list containing approximately 200 Dfense highway :
Ie United States Public Health Service and the Army, and i,'tr-' r cash prizes for the beat displays Designated as State Road No 261, the new highway h II
lat the government will contribute $10,000 towards the of Bradford County products, It will consist of two 2-lane roads, each 24 ;feet in width! and I i I

nual expense. On the basis of population, it is proposedat was said.The separated by a 30-foot parkway It will be of liracrock ,

Putnam county pay-$5,000 annually, and that Bradford fair' will be held under the with retread surface top, and bridges and culverts will be ;

Id Clay counties contribute $2,500 each. I auspices and direction of the of concrete. }. '
In expressing their concern over conditions here Healthard Starke Strawberry Festival Association Running east nom tne endof

officials stated that efforts in the past to effect the With the bile movement of troops Into Camp Blanding a strictly local organization I Call Street's pavement, ;' .,'

anization of a health unit in this county have failed I scheduled to start at 7:05: this morning, Col. R. Itl. Kelley., com drum, ,headed president.by T Frank Lan- Guard To Get the 6 1-2 mile long projectwill

It that "the emergency is now such that a local health I manding officer, U one of the busiest men In Florida. Pictured, According to Mr. Land beyond
rum. curve very slightly '
anization is almost im- I above In his administrative office, Col. Kelley t.< Ironing out by preliminary plans for the fair Alligator Creek and ,

ratite or else we may ex- telephone some of the Innumerable details Incident to the arrival contemplate as a climax attraction New Commander continue due .east to the t

_t certain epidemics thaty Legion Nets $600 !! of troops. The Camp Is now approximately 46:percent complete. the coronation of a Straw- landing reservation along
follow in any large mass i berry Queen, elected by popular
U. Will Go; the section line parallel but
Vote here In Starke with ballots Long t:

people a certain grouped amount togetherthout of On First Fair i i I Mrs. Morrow Heads Driving: Permits for the voting being supplied by To Ft. Kenning For not quite coinciding with the
our local merchant: The cor- Course old Green Cove Springs road. I.
Sale Training
alth supervision. Xmas Seal Break ,RecordReviewing
onation, will take place on the The Road Department has
I I ,
"The sanitary conditionspoor '
Plan Bigger Event Thursday night before the fair's
T T. Long First Lieutenant of already' cleared of
The Florida Tuberculosis and figures, of the sales a portion
in the three sur- closing' date, and the 1941
nding counties and this For Next Year; Health Association announces the, of driver's licenses In the office) will greet friends on the fairgrounds the 124th Infantry and ,CommandIng the right-of-way in Clay I t

r affect the troop as welt as Other Groups; Profit appointment of Mrs M. W Mor- of the county'Judge for the major ) throughout the final day, Officer of the Headquarters County, but could not proceed FIn ,

civilian population," health Bradford'. row of Hampton as general chairman portion of fat fading' '1940, It Friday. February 7, Detachment stationed .:here, will this county until final negotiations -
first fair of
claJi stated. county- '40' Mr.: Lamirum added that plansare leave Sunday night for: Fort Den were completed.
of Christmas Seal sale In was obvious today that Boom
schedule calls for of
visit of this aria wa made wide nature since It' and Union ,now being completed for a completion
Oa where he will take
fling, a
extended'Into this branch of
Bradford even the In 120
i week by Dr. U L.. Williams went divided almost ,twenty years County. "gala opening day, on Saturday project approximately-
tti United 8 t',i t. a Public agoi"los, d?north of the city last Publicity and bond mules will be the county' //government. i February 1, with free barbecue on three officers'month's school course In the staff days.
lit It), iJ,rvlc.fro Washington, t :;; headed bl.'Mr'Ih' J.. M. Alvarez, The Increase' in the sale of I tend for everyone and Florida's .. opening The biggest "hold-up" was the
"\i'nt't"lt' ''btfdngly' TS.omJ weekrj; 'iijrt4/in5'bem.) roff the wh,or.aavba ya ..4tanduoted regular operttHtrV Hcenms leaped : nextM QvamorSp..savd
;.J a.' local health; 'unit. He Fair Aeso ja'ttonare"stln wonder. ,' and"Co MnlBlon.r-of. Agriculture Lieutenant, I fchArdjB" 'Kidrf-' Jr., wa4feslred,,,, )njriaix: nor *, out d
the' sales In thls county. She up more than 6.00Oso far thla
ns' that the three':;.counties mgifmthe success wlth"whlch they '. ,Naihaa ,Mayo and ,other will D* in command, of the local of every ,"l0or2l.,, ; acres to th I
'will contact !schools and other year aa compared with the entire honored, This mile of 'be'owner' land. I O.
guests. *
Oay, Bradford, and Putnam met la really true, opening Detachment, "which Was a Florida
1D a tri-county unit with 'one Over and above all expenses organizations. The Rotary'! Club year of 1939, Judge, Perryman day program\ according to tenta- National Guard company until Inducted Powell the Powell-Sntlth Com
ydclan I who Is especially and the Woman's Club have already raid today. Last year a .total of tive plans, will be broadcast over Into the regular Army of pany, and A J. Thomas., who
attached to staging one of thecounty's
radio station Jacksonville owned around two-thirds of the
:ned in Public. Health as the voted to purchase $5 bonds. 3.200 driver' licenses (operator's) WJAX. the United Stales last month.
mont colorful events, the I and property along'the deMred route,
WRUF Gainesville
tor for the three' counties.
These for were sold by his office. This Lieutenant Kldd at present I Is
are designed larger contributions
elt county to have a' nurse and Association! wnich Is an Incorporation WFOY St. Augustine; WMFJ supply officer for the anti-tank several weeks ago agreed to donate
rk and two sanitary officers controlled by the Jones: than the purchase of year, and there are eighteen more Daytona Beach and WTMC Ocala, In Jackxonvllle and waa t h. right-of-way through
eerie the three 'Counties. Langford-Whtte Post No. 56 of I meals, and have greatly Increased day left of this month, the sales thus giving Starke and Bradford formerly attached to the focal their holdings.

The emergency/reasons for the American Legion, announced today Bradford County's quota In -recent figure had passed the 3,857 mark. County State-wide publicity. company. Around $300 was raised amonglocal

t, as stated by health officials, a net proceed of approxi yearn. Licenses Issued to, chauffeurs It ,Is also I planned to bring a Lieutenant Long stated his"I merchants Wednesday and-
as follows mately $600. prominent tobacco auctioneer, apt Thursday*,to pay the few remainIng -
Mayor N D. Walnwrlght Jr. showed also .a decided Increase, main course of study at Fort,
I I. Typhoid fever dysentery, This money will be set aside I ? the Judge nald. Throughout last I at the sing-song bid taking, Henning would be in Plans and property owner who refused
rrht-a and hookworm this week Is\ued.. formal en- popularized throughout the coun- to g I v 8 "right-of-way without
may be principally for financing the next I year a total of 172 chauffeur's Training, and In Army Intelligence -
period .to become a serious fair which is planned to be staged, dorsement of the seal sale and licenses were sold; today, how try by a network radio program, work. some remuneration. One man objected -

''em u n I e s s efforts are here next year on an even larger. |I I I stated: "I hope ail citizens will ever the picture had changed I to auction off choice lots of Bradford justifiably, because t h e

Ie to wethat the properIs scale than the one of 1940. buy sun many seals as possiblethis I considerably. A total of 732 had County Strawberries during la The still Headquarters stationed at the Detachment, new road would run through the
the Armory
opening day. ,
middle of his straw
made of the body been sold the highly-prized
The Legion Post announced the Let by Judge's office.
year. every
utell. Among the more outstanding here In Starke, where It has been I berry patch.Booster. ,.
t. donation of several voluntary card and gift package that goes exhibits expected at the festival since mobilization by the Presi,
be Syphilis and gonorrhea amounts to organizations and forth from Starke carry these Xmas To Bring will be displays from the State dent I<.November 23: and made'
1 expected to occur al- of this Included small decorations, that Banquet
others city. attesting
e In Department of Agriculture and a part Of the regular Army
clx'Ulan epidemic form unless among these was 'a $50 donationto our community Is alive to its re- Training "Let Up"The Experiment Station the-American Orders that will transfer the com- Next Monday
population as
the the Starke Parent-Teacher's sponsibilities. Red Cross, the National Safety pany to Camp Bland Ing are now
troops are' given protec- Association; To the Boy Scout Mrs. Morrow has appointed War Department h a sordered awaited. Lieutenant
Council the State Board of being Long
"! Everything;- in readiness for
these disease who assisted In selling and lother workers as follows: primary Army training suspendedfor
troop Health stated Wednesday that "all indi-
Other the Florida State Tuberculosis the annual Booster Club banquetto
heath problems such directionof B. H. Mrs. most of the Christmas-New
of tickets and S.
taking up department Association and cations point to December 18 as
many be held here next Monday
tuberrulofiU maternal hy traffic on the show grounds, H C. Ritch; high school. Mrs. R. Year holiday period and liberalized others the day the Headquarters Detach-
"*. night al S o'clock I In the
dental liygene are sisoDeed the Legionnaires gave $15 for the I F Demorest; Starke library Mrs. regulations so that largenumbers According to Mr. Land rum, of ment will be transferred to Camp Woman's Club building, according
nitration. purchase of a suit, which coupled Jeannette Young; street _lea. of men might enjoy fur- "
the Festival Association the fair Blanding.
*. VnlesH to an announcement yesterday by
the counties make with $75 earned at ( Scout Troop 70 Brooker loughs.
effort together they I Boy ; will not only exhibit scores of The personnel of the company W K. Jenkins, president of the
to protect not only the fair, gave them a total of [ school Miss Muriel Norman; Training for men In active service farm product displays, but also here wag recently reduced by organization.
health of their citizen-. butto $90. The Post gave to the Bradford Lawtey school Mrs. Blanche Edwards prior to November 1 Is to be
the best work of home-makers In
twenty-five as a resultof
percent All football fans invitedto
help protect the health County High School Athletic ; Graham school Mrs Ruth suspended from noon December are
Bradford County such as baked the examina-
DIe rigid physical
become of the club
Holdiers. It be nece- Miss 21 to 2. members
may Besides these Frazier Hampton school January
Association $25. ;
goods, canned and glowed\ foods
for the tions all of the enlisted men were upon payment of the annual due
Army to declare and various other expenses Ophelia Bryan; Hampton negro For those who have entered
etc. In addition to It. educa- to The
required examining
n pa of II, which also entitles the
areas "Out of hounds"the to about $50. given school, Roosevelt Smith; R. J. E. since November trailing
amounting service 1. tional
features, too, there will be board, composed of Army pbysielin member: attendance at the
local to
bWlbw_ concerns for prize money to schools and Graded school (to be chosen). will be suspended from noon fun for
galore .
everybody during
U lose the ordered six of the twenty- banquet which is given at the end
II1IQI from trade that i* now Individuals who displayed exhibits I Besides contributions from December 21 to December 26, and the weeks celebration, he said. four enlisted men discharged because of season In honor of member -
tl'Ol'I",. the presence of at the fair, the Association net' these sources the usual sheets of again from noon December 31 to Other announcements will be of physical defect that are every* of the squad
ted the $600. seals will be mailed to individuals reveille on January 2. made by Mr. Landrum from timeto usually regarded as unimportantby
Other expenses Included In the!I who are urged to remit for them. Announcing liberalization of time, as further details for the the average civilian Reasons Principal: K. L. Williams and

"ion Hall Association's list was $150 for For more than 30 years the workof regulations which heretofore limited fair are completed. "We want to for discharge. ranged from Imperfect I Coach Bill Stephen announce

d Tabernacle county operating licenses. j i the Tuberculosis Associationhas the number of enlisted men give everybody In Bradford vision to "pea planua" that been arranged an Interesting, and a program turkey dinner has

The manager of the Mighty been financed through these on furlough from any unit to 13 County plenty of warning, though (flat feel, Two others were discharged will
"with all the trimmings"
Tuesday night the subject Monarch Shows, who had the sales per cent of the enlisted strength to keep those seven day., Feb by reasons of dependents, be served
the Bible study at the Mission principal concessions and booths! the War Department said the ruary 1-7. 'open' on their en and an additional application for

was, "The Three Steps of located on the grounds, donated,i May Delay Arrival Of numbers to be granted holiday gagemrr.t calendars" he declared. discharge due to dependents Is Mr. Jenkins stats that the annual
allan Walk." also to the Parent-Teacher's Association -', leave would be left to the discretion "Everybody la going to be cor- pending., and expected to be ap- election of officers will beheld
e services at the Tabernacle $50. I II Forty-Third Division of local commanders. dially InrlUI to attend and we proved. following the banquet.

Week' conducted by George F. Officials of the Fair i The railroads It was noted, will expect hundrea of visitor.from The company *p ena a full
Itta and his, party were I AlllJOCla.I' Probability of a three month'sdelay have authorised a special fur- adjoining counties. We want ''i
tul very tlon today expressed the Induction of the eight hours daily, not including: We Must Increase
in to la fun
The final service on ,, as- lough fare of one cent mile for everyone join us having mealtime, la diligent practleew
&.he aplendld patronage and the
lay Division
night Was well ) Forty-Third In showiaa ,Just bow wonderful a Subscription Rate
attended. when travelling
tare serted that they are now fully) Artillery Into the U. military personnel and study on all phase of mlil-
from 172nd have here, and In
many of the sur- convinced thaa fair second to a result of properly Identified In uniform at county we tary life and training, and fieldwork Bermuie .f the hart aed
ding developed as
S. Army launching annual event that,
communities were pre.'ellt .- none can be put over In Bradford lack of accommodations their own expense, on authorizedleave an as well as Interior drills coat of wprtat and ether
temporary we predict will l become out
during the holiday. and studies Included In the
next are Items of prmtuttkta. whir
county year. for them at Camp Blanding.
Sunday night standing on Florid* county fair
be subject of the Bradford of varied program. make U prohibit t*> pub-
"The City" There will Officials The Forty-Third made up circuit.-:
< Dance TonightAt lUh DM at t hprtormt e
u Association, who are Telegraph
a Fair In all the
cu service at the Tab- County members of the Legion National Guard troops Jewelry Shop rate we ...... .. --
r Friday' night. An Invlta- likewise New England States except Massachusetts Woman's ClubGood Marked RUe
"' and director of the organization Field .ear. the MkMrtag: alight 'I
Post and the
extended to all to attend In Opens Here
MarriagesNo baer.s. a bserlpttnm
are: R. J. Turner president Na-
mating. Artillery, a New Hampshire music will pour forth
T.annual I Christmas program ; S. T Weldon vice-presi tlonal Guard unit were scheduled from the Woman's Club building one Is certain that the recent w. K. Chandler formerly of prim IMll effettlve1'7 1.

given on the night of the dent: A. J. Thomas, treasurerand for Induction on January 13. tonight (Friday) aa Ted Sherwood draft had anything to do with Fort Myers has opened a Jewelry One year CI.73; alsmouth.

ram An Interesting and helpful N. D. Wainwright secretary. MaJ. Gen. James A. Woodruff, and His Floridians play for blowing an additional number of hop In Vo"Jute's grocery store ands $I.M; tare moata*.
will be provided commanding the First- Army a dance sponsored by the club prospective bride and grooms carrying a nIc. line of Chrlatma -

Naval Stores Meeting Corps Area, 'announced however members with the asmlstaac of Into the office of county judgeE. gifts. Including watch, bie.Aire Jaaoarjr 1 no sobcrtptkMi -

3 Ring In Turkey will be held at the that Information that accommodations the younger ,set acting as host- K. Perryman in November, rings, and many other Itenu. will b II aeeepted
A. A meeting Tuesday afternoon would not be available at esM** for the evening1. but. the Increase nearly tripled Mr. Chandler: has had many for a aborter period than
Rnnold got a big sur- courthouse here 17 2 m.. for Blanding until March: l.- had been A cordial Invitation la extended that of the same month last year. years of experience in repairing three months.Kraewmte s
recently when he found a ) December p. the received from the Fourth Corp to all visitors In town and to Judge Ferryman' records indicate watch, and his motto. -Satisfaction aa all sataerlokUon -

"lv5 ring, bearing a black the purpose of Conservation explaining Area at Atlanta. He added: Camp Standing army personnel today that eleven license guaranteed or. money re *. w'acther currently expiring

fn, Cross* while eating the Naval Stores 1941. It Is "It can be presumed from that to come and join In the festivities, were Issued during November of funded.H Invite gift shop- .*. so .UI be, ae- t ,
nnolda Thanksgiving turkey. gram for Interested In Pro-j 'statement that they will not be Inducted -, which will begin at 10 o'clock. last year, while a total of twenty- pen to UM the "Uy away- plan, erpted at the present rate.
his la at a loss to ex- that all persona of I on the date Admission will be 91.23 per eight purchased: license In tab In making purchase: for Christmas. from sew until January I.

"xaa.flJ1d. The turkey came, way stores In be the present production at this I set" previously(couple. office last moBth. I .



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BR.\nFORn corvnr T6LP1IRArfll STARKR. FLORIDA FltID.\,.,, DrEt


north line of the !HEti' ofN f pear nn January 6th. 1941. to a. NOTICE OF APPMCATIOKOIl : !have filed '
f the 11'10'
RISINGBy program which will be presenter 1 I SAMPSON CITYBy I > \\">, of said Si-vtl.'n 08. thenesea.t thu of Complaint entitled filed against cause, and you WHOM IT CHAIITIillTO MAY CONCERN: deed have torsi r "1'111I'"a 111)' 0, '
23rd. and. parallel with the w.Id l In the above '' .U.o ",
Monday night. December Mr. S. E. Jcmnt ordered that this order You will please take notice that 'Mu.4 th... h"
Mr. II. II. Lewis outh line of said HEt! of NW".n It I la further week for at 10 o'clock A. M. on December14th. brace *.
There will also be a Christmas the paid'1 81 ark. two published once each her'II..""" ,,
= '
Starke I the renter of ..ekp. In the ., A I>. 1849,, or aa soon there.after "ln l a
Mrs. R. A. Thomas of and th.neiaurtheealerly four (4) consecutive w ertles { .
Miss Lucile Crosby spent the tree at the Club House that night and itanderaon Road Telegraph, a a. can b* heard application In th, r d..rll.\] :
to was visiting friends and rvUUvei abut '*>. renter 0'. Kradfnrd County Bradford will b* made. by the undersigned to State or Florida"UII'I' a4..
Miami with her and gifts wilt be given every published In : te alF
shaft "
week-end In **UI" maul .. Mthl Iron o newppaper" the Judge of the Circuit Court of All 1.01. :
Willey and Clyde EdmoncUon. child from the Cradle Roll Class. here Friday.Mr. I .t kRninpr, all. ...f _let< County.I Florida. Florida, 8th Judicial Circuit In-, and K of 1ty :'. 1. 7.

uncles. on up through the young pt'ople'8claa and Mrs Jack: Rose turn I half Slav.1'JWvttwo',...... land**,W'ibwa.htp... l is 'the C A.uth nort"" II! It al WITS at jtiarke.:$'C my In hand Bradford and (official County chambers for Bradford at the County Bradford Florida County In or 21 Less K.. containing IN S. 16 Tasr.,;. .Fri 1\.,,

Alias Alary Powell of Starke returned I o Hollywood t t e I Ispending r Range. ?l K..'. and ovntamini ] FI..rMa. thin day of Novem- Courthouse at Btarke. Florida fora cats No. t53 embraedAcre l un"'r ,.t'
vacation in &* HM ;41: scree. iMur et .*... A. Mr A, t' Uea decree Incorporating NI1 0' .
a mp a certain N.
spent the week-end with Miss Mrs. J. H. Hundley and alt "... water nat. pe.etv.d t.ll ."1 ">FriCIAt.. KAt4! ) A. J. Thomas Corporation, Not for Profit to be Twp. 1 H. '''J' "
Haven Crosby.Mr. ter. Mrs. Jim Ritch. were datUCb'l : .kl*>.-*i Mlt .ral Water Cv ... ."( Clerk ..f ClrruU Court BradfordCV. known aa Bradford County Strawberry or lei. Is 1. P... 19tEr4..
City.Mrs. sad .. tae 'Sees la tat ... Florida ...18 4t l2( 'nl" .., '1
R. paa hp inty Festival and cote No .
Sw .
and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas ping in Jacksonville E. N. Mr* ItN1lJesa $w.ad. raaeteriCM,, ACwwwlleu ExpositionApsoclatlon.r I;. and I
Inc. The
part of last MM. R. A. Thorn.. MlMm. 'Sates accept n, 1992ce'S .. and 8\ or Ni.,1' ur
of LaCrosse spent The Woman's Club meeting Jones 'OT..Rr rri.irATio: being to hold Fair Ex- n YN'r.

week with her parents. Mr. and I which was to be held on Tuesday. Mary Varies vl. U.4 Camp: sand a"'Se.vl ether.t Nat.ts acrd Sate tee.et.ed to tMt.alhtvaa "y\ i rot THFEH. purposes. Festivals and Exhlbitlon.and I...... I.. 22"lIIhrll I .. ('Iti," Autd I'.c.. '11\\11 1/,/
places for the of .
) display
l%eate stock ".1. No .
afternoon tOr
Mrs. E. C. Lewis. House has been Blandlnjf" Sunday ty.rtnts sacee etem' As'w4. RIHICREBYttIC4. Ii
the Club postponed
I I at alap.etat NX>TICK: IJ* : OIVEN roods, wares, merchandise, frultp. NW or
Mrs. Luther Harrell of Brooker I until Thursday Mr and Mr*. Due Warren were vat..a.' last A1se......n, 0rars.wNaa M ace n. west tM Test 0 |vle tlrlffU holder of Taj: vegetables. dairy products, menu.factored embraced to NW',.r9m" I T. :

spent Saturday with her parents,' Boy Seoul Meeting visiting relatives la Palatka Sun tie e.at ..... aSd I5 41 n Kahl. .<<*Certificate*.. of JnlT:No.A.US.IV 127.Issued ha the filed 4trl and farm good.machinery live stock etc. poultry 290. u a air. l"rtotlr'r. Qr 1'
' R. M. Crosby. .5 ta. .+ .m tae .t the NRt4: .1 \,
and Mrs. .
Mr. madeI Bradford
the Doy i name In" my office and ban County Strawberry Festival
Monday evening day. 3a. T.wr
1A. NWte nt w MMK .
business I for lax deed to be and Exposition Association erty .MIII.llt 0'
Lewis was a I tAa a undei
sM tho .00dl
Harry Scouts held their weekly meet- Mrs. J. C. lUulvrwA. Mr*. **4a> a AmatK Matter* tl KaM 1..1 .."I.j.
Duller Monday.Mr. M a...vMi".I I thereon.I Inc.By 152:!. 153
visitor to Lake pea the** west and CNnuheurlwardx ; '
toll T. Frank Land to" .
Ing at the Club house under the Brooks and Miss Mary JaneBrooks : Vi_ "-e eset 'Walt a 1
Russell Carter In the 11-22 4t 12-13. thentw
, and Mrs. supervision of Bryan Whltfleld. were visiting trtrovto hw .Jilt ft M. X' H e t NW<.. ** said MwtsC' described property of Che Meld .
visited Mr. ... MBt1 to s. i,Cerety .f Bradford, State of Flor- prlll"rl'
't of Heilbronn Springs SwWI.e -..L, ttl *M Sunday. Scoutmaster and the Rev. L. A. Saturday afternoon.Mrs. .. .|..<4.lt U* ft, _1ll" ..>f the *m..tl. M*. to-wtt: 'If H K. Hwe.I,290.... In it I ,
and Mrs. Burt Shaw Shepherd. Alfred "arDON a..JI )&r*. J 5,5. 6f tM card NXU'Vi of N'WSMI Lets 1*. SO, t*, X', 30 In Wood- NOTICE OP AI'II.ICATIOVFOR : I'nlexp. said >
Mr. and Mrs. W. C7: Conner WI*. Mail and T>''rmt l wUk tki( lawn" Section 'et Two. S a H. 21KU TAX l)KKtSenate > redeemed aci-onTi. c*'" ,
Mr. and Mrs: Raleigh After the Scout Oaths and Laws H. H. Jones were tatting M* wrath l r* evf sat XWV, alt NWVt J ; containing 40 Acre, more or ( Mill :No. 83) properties d"Hc'rlh'd* to ',
visited had been given a bike was plan- nr CatnevOe Saturday = |>..4n ft. wwet *f the )***, NOTICE l$ HEREBY OIVEN, ,ll"r l lcourthouir
Conner at Sexton Monday after Farm Colony .,avt 4e oeof' the SKV,. ** S"-, al, f The eanient. of the paid property ; That W. A. Edwards and J. M. ??.,rhrl'I' the d tin
ned for sometime in the near future afternoon. : aM S ottM ha. ass ..ehtM under. the Bald certificateUmied I Edwards, holders of Tax Certificates day In the Month Uf' Jlnu .

' noon. and plans for organizationof Mr. and stet Eaton Brew sled : .snrh.a 5454.. lands of ...Mast......;tk4Kall... tae NtYet said sea. In the< name of Carl R.Haters. Issued Numbered the 3rd., 'day respectively of August, 152 A. 1941 which, i Ie tho tith day %rr J

a Scout Choir" were discussed. I Mr. and Mr*. Lana Brew ww'e said t.Wtns SA. Twwe.hp. D. 1931; No. 153 Issued the 3rd. Dated thlr
VANDERBILTBy About fifteen boy scouts and cub .k wth. 'Ra"f: U East. sad -' rnlea said certificate shall behMeemed day of August A. D. 1931; No. 403 ber A. 1>. 940.20th. day of
: Camp BUa&nf .achy. according to law, theproperty iHHlifd the 3rd.
visiting \ less day of August A.
Velniu NormanMr ta/wlat SL sk, actea, eaere ee rFFICIAL
Miss scouts attended the meeting.THERESSA described therein will b. I). 1931 : and No. 290 Issued the } HRAt.,' A.
I and Iw' strictver.aaara Clerk "
M1ar'rIH all provlAed by
Durfc as '
N. <
Mrs. of: .a.4 Jleme .t said old to the highest bidder at the I 6th.. day of August A D. 1928, ford Couty.'ytBtru.t."l.-J 0'
and Mra.' F. M. Norman home Wednesday to HcA2y 'N'4 test[. court house door on the first Monday ..,-.. .,

were guests Sunday of their I and Mis Uargurtt IKy: Accompanied (i T' t r'ant: Lasdrum.,. 1t41. In which, the I*month the 6th.of January day otJanuary. ,

daughter Mrs. Eugene Ellis of By Mrs. .%. L. Sullivan ; her for a visit of a ; '\..a'I..t"r.! 141.
Ealal4 a IwiablAt1mme1 f Dated this "! lh day of November.
Worthington Springs. Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Gillespie I I week or 10 day; j .r tef I IaJ..,,rr t!It O.UFFI'lAt..
H. L. Norman was a business 12-11 4< ISiY ( SK.UA.. :J. Thomas
vlaltor to Gainesville M o n daynight. and daughter Miss Helen itiHrii COI' W-I Fb.HTHJlllllltl. -- Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford MEATCURING
pie spent the week-end GilleS-I CIRxt IT'( 1\ thPos. C"l1t,1"1'T f is I "T. E11HTHaIs'Sclat. ; County Florida. 11-22 4t 11-13
: ... %urRD CPI 'T' ; dealt'. awanretR11St '
Mrs. Sarah Alvarez and Emery atives In Daytona t"lo..n'%, ,,.... ,....e1'.: Or.. FLORIDA.IV XOTICK in iiiwiitt'ri I
Orlando. I CHI\CI'.at1. '
Johns of Vanderbilt.were In Jacksonville 5H5FR1 \ Tile 4-IH4 IT ('0' UT OF TIIMKllillTII
Sunday where they visited O. M. Bennett spent Tuesday L A P1YliPlata .ff.t JIIIA'E C>.1T' riVKHAM; ....nlt'. \t. ('IIU" IT IVIMI
I OetrtpLtrwn4CHARLRS KOIt Bit.tlll'OIIIIFLOHIlit (t'OI'\'I': .
Mrs. Emery Johns who is ill. night with his daughter Mrs. CoI JlF.ILltR'\"S. .-- MIX-KRAI.: WATRR i -...... '
All the children and teachers Sullivan. 1"OlP.'ST.aU..* c r-*"t>._ iveteAar 1. eItt\CEItY
of Vanderbilt school attended the Percy and Othma Sullivan were and .tisttaa ands u... lavr etIa. It ai>f>*ar4r.. I" affidavit appended flalnllff.LONXB .
Ftortda.rtefenaant. ....
Plate to the "UI field i'. the *t .e.
J'alr at Starke Wednesday afternoon visitors to Green Cove SpringsSunday ;: M.at4a..* U..I Charle KlberlPiafc -vs. E1.BF.P.T HILUDefendant.

of loot week. They all reported afternoon. |I \OTHK" or SPFS. I tL 111 "TEIL" >>am, 1 h e defendant thereinsam.d .

a nice time. Miss Ella Virginia Dikes U Not if* IP hereby, 'LE gltYa that wwder nf FVw-Ma.a mt4jdet aid >. a of resident the. State' ofniinow < IN" THE NAMl-1 OF THE STATE No
tirtKBTINCI increase
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Norman and spending the week with her par; and lain sad tn a final""'waiK 4m>e.t.wtlb of folvrtneareand (featr j .a* .....r the thereforei age ollwetrone TO: Lonnle Klbert: Hill whose Price
it I*
children of Vanderbilt were visitIng ents at Lake Geneva. I **>.. Entered l>jr the )M>n_- I... ...e) that year said non-reldent derenaant residence' IP unknown.You .
D. E. Rosier of Evergreen ...le H. U. S.brtst, ax Jwsa. ...t 1 be and tie I* hereby repaired are hereby required to filed appear /
Milliken to the bill of complaint
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. lit. CTPUlt Omn fhrm It.adf.rd. the bill ofnomplajnt
Sunday afternoon. : 1 to appear to herein against you on or before
of folks from Van- and children of Ocala spent ('eunly FiorldaIa. I.Cfsan.r....141 lti.\Shp.s4ing 55Iba ,. tiifi la paid (raiip \Vednepday. December 19th A. D.
number "
A ( cehale .o' Cth. day
before Monday. the
here with relatives. tt wr 140.It.
day sun-I U. A. r a..i. <
Bradford I'1'''. otherwise' In
derbilt attended the MineralWater of January. A I la further ordered that this Specialize Sugar
, We to i IVe aUleration of MM bill will
County Singing Convention at are sorry report c-pa., a ( artw.raU..S i.I.r..c. rosfessed by said defendant. order be published In the Bradford
J. P. Dlckenson and Mrs. Susie .. T h at+derwgseds.ettal aa County Telegraph a newspaper of +r
Corinth Sunday. ._.... j general circulation published. In
fc pad appalaled -
Hardee on the sick list this week. ma.t.r ? It ta farther ordered that this
Mr and Mrs. Jim Manningand will offer for sale .t Bradford County Florida once
.. .. meek
ender be published on a .
week conwocutlveweeka.
each for four
family are moving to Jacksonville Mr. and Mrsd'iv.) E. Edrnond.on' pshlk. atrnr Co the hitht: ant tot four 0n.ecutlre weeks" In the .
hest bidder for m.h. .l ttttTrout soot'
thin week. and daughters. Patsy and Cleone, door of th. In paid County
Mrs. Ellen Barber and sons spent part of last week with reitivea ]- .ltuu_ ft Rr.df,,rd oovnty t\ Clarke of, and $Vate published D.peat UtO.OFo'II'IAT.this. 20th diy of November, A.

Bobble and Jerrle. and Mrs. J. In :Miami. .ktl florida. on, darlnir JoI..eI...,th.. .January 1..1 l b.ur.4t. jc, ThlP NoTemher. SEAl! )J th.A. J.l ln.OFFICIAL. ThomasClerk ( f ll- AI.) A.:1. Thomas

W. Knight and daughter Sandra Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gilleople n.[ 1"". the followtnc described ( Circuit Curt. Clerk Circuit Court. 11-22" (2-13

business Or- property, >tti>*<*4 I n Lradford6wnty J. HarrUen. Jacksonville. Fla.Solffltor .
all uf Jacksonville\ were guestsof were transacting in S.
Florida o-wit:
for OltnKIt OF IIMCtTlOV
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman ando Tuesday and Wednesday.Mr. The following described land and ,' -:* 4t 1 1-10 CcmiplalnanlIt. KOTIfK IO APIMOAK
Wednesday of last week. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan water richtvi SK' of AWe of The State of Florida to Juanita
KE,. and l. acres off the north I Whlttlngton Johnson, address unknown
and C. Sullivan visited the County end of SXVi Sr of SK>, all In Section 1CIHCI IT /' () ,' R T. KKJIITIIJII : Ice &
FARMBy Fair Saturday afternoon. !I. Township S South. Range >KI\I.. ('1I1f"I I... HH ".' )MIItOINTl. You are notified that bill of
FLA. STATE tl East the raid Ut 1* ."0'.1' I STaTE' OF 'LoHln.\. complaint for divorce and slue affidavit
Miss Mary Townsend :Mrs. J. A. Milliken and children hrlnit more fully described a. I IX ('lit \ff.HY for this order has. been

were guests of Mrs. Millien's I....... to-wlt: commencing lOt the DOROTHY CARPENTER. filed In Circuit Court of Bradford
h"rlh..t corner of the SWtJ of : Complainant County. Florida. In cape wherein Cold Storage Co
('hrl'm" I'lunt aunt Mrs. Thos. F. Brown. SB1.4' of said iStrtlon 26, and run i I .reMAIAOLlI Andrew Johnxon Jr. Is plaintiff
The Junior and the senior ot Hampton Sunday afternoon. thni'.> south SAO( fp.... thence In CARPENTER and Juanita Whittlngton Johnson

members of the State Farm Choir Rev. Menshew of Lake Butler a, nnrthwevtvrly 1(0 direction'ft. south or of I appearing DefendantIt by affidavit appended la defendant, and you are hereby
cuura. to a point required to appear In said cause on J. L. GEORGE Mgr.
met at the Club House Tuesday will fill his regular appointment the northwest corner of the saidfarv I to the bill filed In the December 16th. 1940. Bradford ,
thence north to the Mid tbove-atated cause that MalcolmCarpenter County Telegraph I I. designated
Christmas Car the Christian Church
to at
night practice Sunday
I northwest corner of the S1Vtt of I the" defendant therein the newspaper III which this order
ols that will be included on the morning and evening.igR1FTY. KK'i. and thence east 1310 ft. to named a non-renldent" of the State shall be published once a week for Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove
the plaice of beginning: the paid at Florida and a resident of old four consecutive weeks prior to '
two above described tract ......- IIrldl(.. New" Jersey In over the said return date. Witness my
I I tubing 20 aero*. more' or leu. liar of' t w"n" ty-"ne years; It la hand and official peal at Starke GAINESVILLE
Ala,. commencing at an Iron shaft therefore ordered that paid nonresident Florida this 13th day of November ,
In the i-enter of a 60 ft. .cr".t' defendant, be and he thereby 1940. f i I. If. .J-. > .. .*
known a... the Starke and "Saniler' required to appear t., the OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas M "
inn Road which shaft la pet 94 bill! of complaint filed In paid cause As Clerk of Circuit Court.
feet and 4 Inches. more or less, on or before :Monday the 6th., day 11-15 5t 12-13
went of the northwest corner of nf .. I" 1941otherwlHe
UK', nf the NK>.. of Section 36.' the allegatlona of paid bill will betaken
r $ Township 6 South Range It Kant, alf confessed by said de.
and run thence north about 31 tend ant.
degree west. along the center of It IP further ordered that thin
Maiil Sturktt and HandrrHon Hoad. order be published once a week
11t4 1250 ft.. thence In a southwesterly for four consecutive weeks In the
I coume--and at such an angle Bradford County Telegraph a ,
Do Your Tradingor that the line shall! "1'0.' .. the wept f newppaper published In said County, sY(5 ,
line of the NWV4 of the NKV* of and State" ( ,
sold Section 96 at a point ItO This November 28lh., 1940. ,' a ': tR w'k
where 6 n
pieces' Rogers Silverware are f.. north of the southwest cornerof OFFICIAL UK A I.) A. J. Thomas S

away with $10 I in trade said NW% of 9E4e. and thence Clerk Circuit Court.
at.'I.e. every continuing said COUTH or line J. S. Harrison JackHonvllle Fla.
UII< until It hall reach a point 440 Solicitor for Complainant
Are Keilreiim ft. north of. the south line of the 11-8S 4t U-2U:!
NBi of NWV. of paid Section 36. .
In Cash SMITH'S GARAGE and run hence wet to a point co-
You If. that: shall be 440 ft. wept of the IV C'lllCI IT 4' Ol'II T. KKillTIIJt
east line of paid NE". \, of NWVt Idle I tl. ('IIIfTIT. lilt tUKOIUIt ;
STARKE, FLORIDA of Section St and thence south ot :>T\. OTATK OK t'I.CUII"\. :

,..t B)0! ft. to a point 150 fl. ..0uChrJJ JOHN R fS THOMAS('II t>('KIIV J.

ltC .,
ti r.v.+e .n.-t iJN .vs.EMMA Complainant ?b h, ,

; "THOMASDefendant.

It appearing by affidavit! appended -
to tnt? bill filed In 1 the: '

ahove-ptated cause that nmmtt '''
Thomas, thi defendant therein e
named a non-repWIent of the State 1,
of (Florida and a resident of Uultlmore -
Maryland la over the age
nf twenty-one. yearn; It I. therefore 4AIA4L4"l ,
ordered that said non-renldent. IS .
defendant be and she la herebyrequired b*
to appear to the bill of, 4
complaint filed In paid cause on or w.i' ( ?
before Monday the 6th., day of ,
January A. 1>. 1941. otherwise theallegation < 3
of paid bill will Ira .a
taken a* confessed by paid de
fendant.It 0
IP further ordered that this r
order be published once a week
for Four consecutive weekp In the ;'
Bradford County Telegraph a
newspaper published In paid Countyand

This Stale. November 26th., 1940.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. .'. Thomas
; W1WI Clerk Circuit Court .
Hy J. It. Kelly Deputy Clerk. 55 '
(i. A. Dtrph' .npJackponville, Fla.
Solicitor for Comulalnujit.
11-29 41 12-20 slY

: -

tlllfllT COI'IIT. F.HillTMJIKIfltl % i S da f
CIHfllf. 1111 tl>F HllTTM Cie -
tT IH am gi Jy (..den en po".'". Not I Ol :\1't !i' OF FLORIDA.HAIUUET" 'to
lot high yieUa IY ('II'\('.:tC' b srt
food neeeiuiy
ol this plant 4
only U plenty If. WARD
but foi U>. bapiOT 4 Oavoc. ,aPPeuanee..nil ComplainantWH.I.IAM
and Good quality. "J I ,
4uain9 pralitp oneompetitive e
qiultry ao Uapottant la : SSt
the pUntp man C. WARD
aI.. gtvaa
...k.c. .
.nd be.ta.
alter and 1 50$5ae.e thou resistant to dipeatea appearing by affidavit appended
with ooil and cropping to this bill filed In the
The ""... analyaia to ue vaiioa uud. T. above-ptute cause that William
Complete fertiliser usually ... .e<| C.Vard, the defendant therein
condition t enough pol..h. ute 1. cI....*. named a non-realdent of the State
make sets your crop .* add On nf "Florida soda' resident of Duke
containing at la..>.much potiih at phospKoiio Inn, Elisabeth City North Carolina, 4
tandy.......the potash should be up to double and on la over the age. of twenty-one
any be tilpl IK.phoiphoiic ctd.Conault years; It IN therefore ordered that
peat and muck aoil*.it thould paid non-r.pldent defendant be and :

county agant at aap.fua-l Nation ragatdinathe -ae. he IP hereby required to appearto :if ZSt seal., Ae.t ,
your dealer about fitilii.>a 1 the bill of..complaint filed In e t
=. Ask yooi
tenthly ol yeas ,01 ..b.l.coetat ;Y paid cause on or before Monday
UgH In potaah.Yaw will b.sueprsedte.little the 6th day of January, A. It, 1841
poe..ltto In.h. ,..WIOI food quality.Vftitf otherwisethe I aliea-utlonp of said
*apply enough bill will" be taken ... confessed by .
said defendant.It .
further information Is further ordered that this
at tot order be
published once a week
and ji G"ola is
oa your crop. Bradford County Telegraph anewspaper Ice-cold Coca-
i : published In paid County
UtSTITUTC. IWC.DIVUTMCMT .\ and State.Thla' fin-*
rOTASH I with a
EL AMXXICJtN waaaureloe. C. November" 26th.. 114ft. come drink. Prepared
IIUt1.Dllfa OFFICIAL.. SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas
-. assess N.rre ,
Clerk Circuit
Court. c6Jr
........ ON.ew R..er.a -
J. it has that always
Hy It. Kally Deputy Clerk. art, the taste
O. A. Stephens' Jarkponvllle. 1... e.
Solicitor for Complainantu8 I
4t ii-so Pure delicious'bnfl
/ wholesome
'T 4 ,

iv JI r.nr"'T lilt IIL flHltlT.rOt'RT.Hll 'KKIUTM l>..-(>niOlNTV. > i a refreshed feeling after you d 1

<' :' sTtrslF .'...01111)I \.
I 1\1 C'II'\(''':H Y any Pa
DONALD Complainant W. POOL Coca-Cola always makes

MARY.v.*Z iHfendant.oni :SA POOL. the pause that refreshes.

w KU 0. Pfni.ICATIOX
lr THE STATE of Fl.t>HII\ i Bornnj
t i 1 tl : Mary Zenu fool Walterbor, -
It Is hereby; ordered that you; ap-




GUM BRANCHBy for Martin point thence Went each weak' f.r four consecutive to be issued thereon. Said TIIK ctncrrr rornr; IM Ann. fa
Edford Journal S.4 feet thence Mouth 830 feet. ... a.Wltnes. cafe .mbr...... the following FOR "H tnvoRit l'o"NTY. r
High I Mrs. Edd Parrlfth I thence East 284 feet, hence North my hand and seal, aa scribed property In the County !iI 1"1.01111" Iv iii 4(9f
to point of beginning:, containIn Clerk I of the Circuit Court In And Bradford. State of Florida : ..ard W. Budl..ton.
Mr and Mrs. B. M. McRae and a; Two (2) acre". more or lrin.Alo for Hradford County, Florida thla All NW', of SW'i K of Ky. ,| Plaintiff
commence at the Southeast 3rd day of December A. I>. 1940. about A In KW Car Sec.: -,..- Order ., Publlealleai
NUMBER EIGHTEEN sons, Benny and Lynn of Pine Corner of the North Half (NW) (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas Township 6 N. It. 22 East. .... A. Futch et al.Defendanta..
SLR Level were visiting relatives In I of the Northwest Quarter tSW,",) Clerk Circuit U o u r t, Bradford taming 32 Acres more or I...... I ..
this of th* Nortbrant Quarter ( ; ) County, Fla. The assessment of the Maid TUB. NAME OF THE STATE
section Tuesday of last week. Section Thirty-four J4), Town: T. Frank l-..n<1riim. .rty under the Haiti certificate l FM1UIDA IIIIKBTINOS:
the fault lies in the one that Is i i Mr. and Mrs. Martin Conner ship (III) /8: <>uth, Mange Twnnty- Stalk' FloridaHAZA1 sued was in the name of I TO: JameH Kick liter, 1233: East
Editorial complaining.My: and Mr two (22) Kant, and run North <1>' THAMKS.Jacksonville. UnleMN Maid certificate shall Charlotte, N. C.
I and Mrs. Bud Parrish X& yard*, thence Wont 70 yards, .Florida redeemed according to law I Martha Klokllter. 1293 East
TO MEd idea is that a little coop- all of Lake Butler and Mrs. Roy thence South 35 yards, thence OKOI (IK It. HASP, property ..t..rlb.th..r..ln will .. .. Charlotte.. JI:. JlS eration goes a long way. if any Clemons Kant TO yards' to point of beginning Washington. n. c. old. to the highest bidder at I You, and each of you are hereby
know that habits can and daughter. Betty ,, containingonehalf (l y) Solicitors for Plaintiff lS-Jt t-S court house door oi> the first .. ... and required to appear to
uS of you will try this out I believe Jean I,j .. day In the inuntn of .. bill of herein filed ,
bad. It's up tot were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Her, more or IP H. A la* January complaint
ear good or you will find it true too.I E. W. Parrish I nlilft at the Northeast Corner ofSectlan The which la the 6th day of Januar /lln..t you on or before January
determine and Mr. State of Florida Helm M.
and to.
Mrs. :
to ..
atone 1 (94) thenrnWent 1941. Kth A. D. 1941! the same being
Thirty-four (
to ua harmful or uie- have learned from experiencethat Edd Parrish Sunday afteinoon. t\ .!lM feet for .tarting point Reynolds of Lincoln City, .I..wltr.. liiited thin 5th day of ....." First Monday In January A. It
r Ihey are If you do what you are told Mrs. Grover Hatten of Jack 1 thence South 10!):3: feet thence Floyd You J.are Reynolds. hereby notified that hasfiled 1940.OFFICIAL.. "
to do do It Went 622 feet to .Went line of aa plaintiff ( SKAfA.. J. i'I You and each of you, are here-
and or the best you can sonville Is visiting the bed side said Quarter, thence North 1091leet his Mil of complaint for divorce Clerk of Circuit Court of .... .. given due and legal notice that
whole, life, the part you will like the teacher and of her mother Mrs. \V. C. Cle- to corner on jt>*.ton line, an against defendant you Helen'In the M.Circuit Reynold County Florida. 12-0 4t la a .suit brought for I the fore-
la made! up o' what both will get along:\ much better. mons. thence East 621 feet on said Section i Court of Mradford County Florida --- .. of a certain niortaaae; ; filed
lUre what we're goingYOU line to point of beirlnnlnir, In Chancery caae No. 1006. and} record I In the office of the t
\'t 40ne or No teacher will expect mOre of R. L. Clemons made all In Section Thirty.four (34) I This I.l to command, to "OTI.'I<: I of the Circuit' Court 1 In and
think a business you appear
might not even you than to do your best. Township Six (4) South RangeTwentytwo In said cause and court on Monday BRADFORD COUNTY It'I" Bradford County, Florida, In
but our entire trip to Jacksonville Sunday. (22) Rant, containing January 6th .1841. otherwise the December 4th 1)40. 4, pane 391, public records) n
this1I'ay, I If you will ask yourself these ....
I Sixteen till acrr more or le NOT1CB 18 HEREBY i Hradford County, Florida en-,
Mr. allegations of bill of complaintwill I
part of us. I questions you will quickly see if and Mrs. Vanlce Keene K. K. P..rryma", he taken aa confessed by you. that pursuant to Section II of (' the followlnu described
form good habits' you are the one at- fault and son, Venice Jr? were guestsof Special Master The. Bradford County Telegraph la ter 18290 !.awa of Florida Acts "* situate, lying and being In
193T. known the ,
124t 12-17 aa / County. "'lorld"l to-wlt:
hereby designated the
fild make yourself! dotgUJarlynot Do I do my best? Do I abide I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hilliard In which this order an lahall newspaper be published the following described land I Iota One O ). Two (I), ThreeS ;,
recently. t Florida, W < >. Four (4t.) Five (5), Six (5). y
just now and' by the rules that for four consecutive weeks ;: dr\l'nCo; ItC': (
; are made by: 1" THK ('Ol'\T"' JtDGI-r: corn?, prior to said return day. Witnessmy Male at public .. (7), Eight (3). Nine (91.
Take coming to school .on I IInalMce. higher authorities upon the teach Roy demons and Edd Parrish I"i A X: l) role HillUPOHIt hand and official seal at for the highest and beat cash n Those pupils ers? (After all. the teacher made a business trip to Lake But fOI'MTY KLC/HII>". Ntarke, Hradford County Florida der, subject to the right of : (.!*) In Block Twelve (11) In
has 1
Trustees of '..
TN the Internal .
HE: ESTATE UK AfGfST F. thin December 3 1 40. "' ''1. Addition In the City "fo11"rk.
L never late form a habit to do her duty). Am I courteousto ler Sunday afternoon.E. MATZAT.l. (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas ment Fund to reject any and .., Bradford County Flurldu.
ata certain time the teacher? And do I treat I W. ParrlBh. Edd Parrish and l>.......ed.NOTirB Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford bldn. at the Courthouse .b..I"n... It IN further ordered 1 that this
ling up TO CREDITORS County Florida at 10-UO: o'clock. A. M. on the 1..1' lie published. In the Bradford
do what things her with proper respect? Otis Morgan made a business tripto You and each of you are hereby Knla-ht KnlahtStarke. day of January A. l>. 1941 J a" Telegraph a weekly newa-
I muni' and get to schoolthe Fairfield Tuesday of last week. notified and required to presentany .Florida I ment fur road right of way ".. of general clrculatliin..
be done, Mr. claim. and demand which you, Attorney fur Plaintiff 12.S 4112-17 feet w ht.111 be reserved .., In sold Bradford pub.'t
J bell' rings. On the Increased InterestIn and Mrs. R. L. demons or either of )* may have airMtnxt any parcel through which there once each week for
pupils that are and son, Gene were visiting the the KKtHte' F\lA .. F, Mataat, an existing State Iload. '''.''" .. weeka.Wrr.NICS.M .
tend Library Noted bedside of Deceased late of said County, to \OTU'.: OK \PPI.I("\TIO" SK', of NKU of NIi:", Section :; lilY hand and official 4
lently( late don't make ItJ Mrs. Clemons father the County Judce of Bradford FOR TIC .n.:.:.> Twp f K, Kg 22 K.'I 10 Acre*. .I At Staike, Florida, this :Iii.
arise at a set time and There has been Jim Thomas. In a Jacksonville County. KlorldM. at bin office In IHrnvte lllllo.. |.a) MWU of NKV4. <>f NI''" Section ".."' A. 11. 1940FF'ICIAI. .
10 a change for hospital the Courthouse at /Starke: Florida, NOTICH IS tlRHKRV IIIVBN Twp 1 H, Hg.. 22 H., 10 Acrea.TruMteea I. SEAL: ) A. .1. Thnmaa
mink being: late doesn'tm the better in the attitude of our recently.Mr. within eight calendar months front That 1.lula l Strickland holder .r of the Internal ,' of the I'lrcult Couit of Urad-
therefore they are 8el.n students toward the school library. and Mrs. Paul Bridges of the dale t the first publication of Tax Certificate No. 110, issued the provement Fund of the ,,", County Florida..
'Starke and the Rev. and Mrs. thin I"t Each claim vr demand" 7th day of September, A. l>. 11136 of Florida.Hy W. (tlelaer
Heretofore about the G. has filed I same In office A. J. .
time. only must be In writing and mast flute my anti I Thumps Agent fur Plaintiff
Lit think there's a single students who took much interest I E. McGauley of Melrose were the plate of residence. and I post office has made aiillcatli for a tax d. I. I.,1 Bradfoid County. 4t 12-27: i
fin/ High that visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman nddreMH of the ,cll\1 011'nt and ---
Bradford in the
library were the faithful immt be sworn to by the i-lalnmnt iF
want to be better thane bookworms. Any others who recently. his agent or bin attorney: or theMIIme I:

|la. We must then keep visited the library were those to law.will! livcome vi-IO uccordlnv i<

1,1., In mind those things who found it necessary to get a HIGHLAND Thin 28th day: of November. 1940. II i We Have Opened

|u hope to accomplish and I, book from there I n order to By l\lhlll Beth \lmberlyMrx. I of Harry the. h state I K. Mntint.of August Administrator K .IO..d. ,

1 habits be directed toward 'make a book report. 11-29 4t 12-20.:
:\ Mattie Reid l _
,aI. I Now however the library has I IIX ;
-Jack Halle. many visitors and Is often even Friends will regret to learn of TIIK ("IHCI'IT TIM HT FOR A BRANCH WAREHOUSE IN STARKE
the death of Mrs. Mattie Reid : TRI KKilllll JI'ltKltl. <'I H11'I' .
crowded with students seeking .' 05'1'IIF: MT%TK <>P KI.OII-
Saturday night at her home at
[Teacher And You books not only for book reports Maxville./ She leaves to mourn .ll' \ IYVI IS )CIIAMI KOH .Kill.IIIKUPOHIIINTV : (..%..K.N On Road 13 Near 'Farm Market :
but also to read for pleasure.' "u. KHK I .
her Ions her husband, Dan C.
heard so many pupils It Is. encouraging to note ton Elizabeth ('. Pace. single, .lixllvldu-1,
,ie Reid five I children. Georglne ally and an Executrix of the Estate
In about how much they that the students are choosing Sally Martha. Mackle and Dan of Charles. F. Pace deceased. (Sales To Licensed Dealers Only)
liheir tmchers. I wonder better books. The number of Plaintiff ...,
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Laurie .vs.George.
[thought has ever occurred \ books and magazines In our library Abslance of Denmark S. C., three W. Cole, et al, .t
that maybe the teacher is Increasing steadily which Hefenrtant.
brothers and one sister "
re to complain about than'plla. is very good news to the students .
There Is always al I who have the interest of the library The body was taken to Den TO: leora-e W. Cole If living and. TO ACQUAINT
doesn't at heart. mark, S. C.. for Interment. It dead the helm, devisees, vranteea yOU.
|hen one person J. F. Gilffis made a to I and all parties clulnilnc' by,
Veer and most of the time J -Mary TOW sen.l. through. or under leoiKe. W, Cole,
With The Excellent
Starke QpJay. deceased : Quality Of Our Brews We Would

T. H. lUIion If living and, If ..

001 I Day" At Bradford Fair Phoebe Mrs. N.Green T. Green vlcited and relatives Misn dead all the beliM.partlea. devlHeeM. claiming, rrranteeHand by Like To Give You Free A Bottle Of' La Tropical Ale Or

Highly Enjoyed By Students here Monday. clecenHed throuKh ;or under T. H. Ulllou ,I

Mrs. J. W. GilffIs and Mills T. H. Jloyt, If living, anti If Fla 6 Beer. Simply Clip Coupon Printed Below And :

Wednesday (the day wildly while being spun aroundon Virgie were visitors to Starke dead lees and the all heirs parties devisees claiming, tcran-by

'as designated as School the octapus and then again Friday. through or under T. II. lloyt dwceHMed Present To Dealer .;
when they reached good ole terra C. M. Grlffls was a visitor to ; and .
I the Bradford County All parties claiming any Interestunder
firma heading straight to some Jacksonville Sunday. any or all of the parties
H S. turned out in one other thrilling ride (such as the Mrs. H. Wlmberly attendedthe above named., or otherwise, III. -+
the property hereinafter d.
at one o'clock'to go tilt-a-whlrl). Mobs of people: funeral of Mrs. Reid In Denmark Hrrlhed. and any and nil unknown ,

[ all''. Since It was School eating dogs o r cotton candy; S. C.. Tuesday. persona who claim any estate,
right or interest In or In
students were admitted Freeman Register trying to eat Mrs. H. A Lawson of Starkewas the landH I hereinafter described TAMPA FLORIDA BREWERY INC

fcd the prices for side a candled apple without much a visitor here Tuesday or any. part thereof either aNheir. ,
devlxeeo' or KrnnreeH, or
unrest and the rides were success; Alta Smith trying out Mr. and Mrs. M. Fanning were other 'I..ln'.nl" by through or

fve cents for the students. all the thrilling rides without even shopping in Starke Saturday. under any uf the, above nameddefendantH Tampa, Florida ;
nr otherwise, the landb'lnll' '
feeling dizzy Miss Stump and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Norman
i to say the students at ; described I aa toiiuwn, i"-1
took advantage' of this! Miss Delavan looking rather and Miss Cleo Norman were ylntt- wit: Homer Sutton Local Manager
lot One It) and Three In
f3), ,
Ityto enjoy the fair at thrilled after::; riding the ferris ors to Starke Saturday. Block :Nineteenan' per the <. < .
price ,and .therefore by wheel; Ralph Dudley looking n. W. Brinson of Madison was map or plat of the Orlirlrml Townof T ,
It crowds of boys andd klnda groggy after coming out of transacting!! business' here Mon Ida.Starke, 11 rail ford County "'lor.1 : .

teachers) were stream.'! the --, (the octapus of course) : d sy. i| And I plaintiff, having tna", .. .. _ '"
students to Mlckell of Grandin rondantM tti said Hill all defendants ;'-.
several rushing Johnny
ugh the entrance. There : up wash ''
; herein named' and dt4lvnHtetl( both
1 leveral hours of fun for the root beer booth to see If here Tuesday.( i known and unknown, and having To Any Licensed Dealer: :itL'
some of that soothing beverage Mr. and Mrs. Albert Groover'' Htnled In said bill, which la sworn
to, all niattern' neceHeary tu enlftlH
4r was typical of many I could repair their turned-over of Lawtey spent Sunday here. | her to priii'ciiH 'hv pit hllea Non to1 I This Coupon and lOc Entitles Bearer To-

airy fairs with Its. ferris stomachs; Fre d die i Wlmberly. Misses! Gwendolln and VII'glnla'Smith bring In all persons whomsoever. ,,
nn parties defendant I to thin suit
land other thrilling:rides Martha Mathews Ruth Simpson of Lawtey visited friends you and each of yon are hereby TWO BOTTLESLa
tellers candy 'venders Esther Crews and Mary Town- here Saturday.The required to appear tu the bill of

I\'S, contests animals ex- send (the latter looking kinds Mnnley Construction Co.. complaint III the shove filed entitled'beretn cauxe ass Inet, fin you or u Tropical Ale or Fla. 6 BeerWe

OlD the county' and the tired from lugging a kitchen garbage has moved Its road camp from before .the 6th iltiy of January, A.

hhlblt (which was very can she won at bingo) here to Camp Blandlng where U.The 1941.llradforil County Telegraph will redeem this!! coupon from any licensed dealer fur ten cents in

pd), and ,4general riot I standing open-mouthed In a side the Company will be for several a newspaper. published/ In Unnlford, cash. TAMPA FLORIDA IWEWERY INC.
County Florida, IM hereby denlirnated -
land noise: chow trying to see how the little months. an the neuxpaper, In which .

\Veen the time we wen 'I Icotlon t magician made the wooden egg this order shall b. published once I

[ andy and reeling I disappear and reappear. FANCY TOBACCO 1'KICKS: I

Jig on the different con- I(I There were many more observations Quincy; Sun tobacco contracts

"'e were able to make I made during the afternoon for next season at 17 l-2c a
ervatlons i time pound for top quality were being
of the people but I see we haven't
fur: |II|I to tell you about them so, so signed last week in Gadsden

f Cameron and others too '['long for this time. county. This Is the highest price 74.rA44
to mention yelling!I'I I --The Peeper I offered wince the wild days of the a2m2Lacff- & -

first world war when the price !

wao up In the 20's. Last year's
_ A Better School Behind Youyou I top price was ubiiut 13c.:

ever touched the with a student D. D HI'S !SCIIKDI'LK'or

I flower only to have three four and atlendS// > IVi Ix Mind
I 1 I
fo the ground at your I classes
or awhile you felt very,'I I many days weekly. Once In awhile A. M.. 12:30: P. M., 1:45: P. M.:

>ve caused such a catas-1 I I he gets his own lessons and I 6:10: P M,. ; 10:10: P. M.

|i Mother Nature's per- a few times he copies them from MtruthbnundLeave (

Then you remembered someone else He disregards the j Stnrke 4:30: P. M.; 2:10: e \

T flowers were being rules about chewing gum talking A. M. ; 10:20: A. M. : 2:20: P. M.; s

J the time and even, without permission whispering. 5:20: P. M.

'that did not give you What do you think he gets out' f ..hound

to demolish all that you of attending school? What does j Leaves L Starke-7:13: : A. M.: Leave)I "

"mewhat decreased your he give the school ? Why does (Starke for Palatka and St. <] SXliK\\

\e 1"" accident. I I"lately attend at all ? Augustine -
I" he bother to 5:20: P. M. r r.r .
however Uncle This kind of student gives \\'p.o.l bound I

not> appropriate enough nothing and consequently he receives 1 Leave Starke-- 7:40: A. M.; 11:00A. : ) _

constantly build perfect nothing The reason can. M.; Leave Starke for Lake .__ -

the place of those whose be boiled down to one word: he ]Butler Perry. and Tallahassee _. _

J thoughtless students has no ambition. In clone alliance :5:35>> P. M.Passengert.

lOt' education Is a thing with this reason comes the called for and delivered

been built up by our thought: he has no respect for I free within city limits. r

ting to the degree that it others. Perhaps he has no selfi i Station must be notified arrival 30 minutes of Illustrated: the Packard Oiut-Tvn Deluxe Touring Sedan
us when we wereerbaps respect. If he did. he could certainly before scheduled

for this reason) give some to his school. busses Phone 147.

n any other many tu-I One should strive to make the ;1' ". CIRC IT rot HT OP Tin ?

Ir no t fully appreciate school which he attends whether Y7. 17s'r4'rF:1105',KI.OMII C'IHC" IT*. f1Y;;; AH" ? C jfr
country state and Tilt
cabln aeveralstory
It is a one-room log or A") FOR BH ljrOHI IO/YTT
giving them, and soOt city school better, |M t'HtK.I
think what they can had his attendance J E. 8. Tli">n, unmarried. I > inside. !tit's) The Acro Drive. Ida .
I'll to for having Plaintiff !SEW- an. out longer: amazing you sat T H t HAH WHO OWNS ova

rllege how of attending their thanks free there. There is something which ,'ell.n.vil-I
1'hpY each one of us can leave behlndJ who. "hrl.U.n HV ran show no ]less than 6'm.27, % slower! And when yon want to .,
attend you
and get out I Not only does .. plaintiff unknown.Defendants ,
something good. l to
name in
cull "
a mountain-climhing
** Just improvrmentslThrrc's |pass \
: firm
what portent '
they put affect his t.9'
It Is what one leave wo'ru': 01" "PVoc"I *'. 91AITER.A '" gear that shoots you by!
always good to own reputation but It affects theschool' '..: the EIrctromalic) / TO $555OPrior
IW new
and when they re- also. NOTU'K I N tI 1RF.BY OIVEN Ser, too, real Air Conditionin) g*-
Y reputation I undersigned Special. Ma- Clutch*I Lfl left foot loaf
a small amount of that the I. your Packard) first I .
Showing outstanding ability and :.r. by virtue of a Sinai' *''"' a
Should' Ircult the itiflf.operate the clutch! l'
In the car
e It have received showing their school background titrrtotnrf of Bradford rendered r-ounly. Florida, \IV want you to are all five brand-) .* ilrlivrrrd) ) in Detroit, while

pal on the teacher or are Jean Davis the only! one In I j I n'ourt that certain Chancery' 'I.twherein I The Pauma..ter Engine packs all new line of Ilac-kard.ve-ry one of sidewall tires and) State taxes extra.thestirrinRperfurmanceofal'ackard .
TI..on, Unmarried
look for a few seconds her English class at Tallahasseeto Plaintiff.E.and 14. }fallen Katynskl and : them packed with good new t Stop Sitltjif-t ta change without mtticr. r

whom we shall call receive an A and examination Grace Dew hhrtat/an _name_ _._I._ tlozPlalnllfe.., -hut rule gas consumption by 10*.l in today I Available at extra; cost. ,

G prayer every Sun- In New York. I t.I': ..al. and ...\I.to the hlh..t and I
meeting every Mat, bidder or hldilvr for cash,' 'I
Y of will
us .
M2ht He never join. Even though many (|n front of I ontruuCourtbou.S th
g. we graduate (' .ItStarke
he after liradford
neVer not attend college t .
contributes Florida. on Monday .hIth .I
"stfle.! he never we can take the best of day of J 1 u.ry'.A-/1i'-VI'.lI> b..
The joins what the school has to offer Into, teach .....o the hour : .. and ,
pastor and oth. o'clock 1". at to satisfy th.
2 100 "
work we :
hin! of
but he I I. evasive separate line :.erma o' Said decree, the follnwlnn J. P ROBERTS MOTORS .
weft' What do you follow. If we leave something behind ,,l.naIn..crlb..d Uradf'rd prtrty County hint and Florida b.- i
take. '
tau we
out to replace tit _
of attending wllr f
."bat dOes he give? Last Better your school by bettering .lnnlntr at the :Morth.a.t ror-
re'f tot Northwest Quarter
doe Starke Brooker Floridar
he goT yourself' NW4)! of the Nortr.a.t Quarter ,
u. walk a few steps Marjorie Thompson. t.rK'.o and run South e''" feet l





of the north line of the BKV of I pear Complaint tiled algainst FOil r..ul..J" I F have ntl.d, eco? In 'r

which will be presented SAMPSON CITYBy NW RISINGBy program with the .ald In the) above Tou will please take notice that "
and parallel order
Monday night December 23rd. Mrs. S. E. Jones east south line of said SEV of NVV '<,. It Is further ordered that this week fo at 10 o'clock A, M. on D..cemb..r'14th. Hard "''''I'I If I,"lo thereo0.

Mrs. II. II. Uswli There will also be a Christmastree to the center of the said Stark he published once each weeks In th'' .. A. .... 1940. or as soon there. .brace.rll.a the ..:, 'PoP"'u..

House! that night I Mrs. R. A. Thomas of Starkewas and Saudemon Road and thenc four (u consecutive Telegraph a after a. van be heard, applicationwill st.,. nh.ur, '7 ".
Club or
tbe at the of Bradford County Flee'
Miss: Luclle Crosby spent friends and relatives northwesterly along the center In n..dfordCounty be made by the undersigned to Ida '. '* Br
In Miami with h e! I' and gifts will be given to every visiting aid road to said Iron shaft or newspaper published the Judge of the Circuit Court of All Lots ", s- "
week-end Friday. all of .altdescribed Florida. Florida, 8th Judicial Circuit In and ny. 8.,
from the Cradle Roll Clasaon here place of beginning official', Zlor II TnOale "
and Clyde Emondnon. < child north hand .nd .,
uncles: Willey land being In WITNESS my for Bradford County Florida. In unt..llllfll
up through the young people'scla8H. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rose have half Section 55. Township S South. Seal at Starke In Bradford CountyFlorida chamber at the Bradford County "r l....... 22 E Arra'Cate
after and contalnln I this day of Nov..mJFicr Starke. Florida SO 16Ymbra'e Ind.r
returned t o Hollywood Range 21 Kant Courthouse at for \
Miss Mary Powell of Stark 30.IV .cr.a. morn or I..a. Aim. 40. a decree Incorporating a certain Nor, ofII..", ,f
spent the weekend with Miss Mrs. J. H. Hundley and daughter spending a vacation In Sampson all the water rlghti reserved by. (: i9 SEAL) A. J. Thorn fort. Corporation Not for Profit to b< Twp. 1 H II 't I iS FI''I NEt,
Hellbronn Mineral Water Com Clerk of Circuit Court, Brad known RIO Bradford County Strawberry 29 e
shopping City. cateerole.n foie
Rttch were
Haven Crosby.Mr. Mrs. Jim nany. by and In the deed to thHellbronn County Florida 11-29 tt 122iOTirK Festival and Exposition ,,

and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas In Jacksonville Tuesday.. Mra. E. N. Durkee. Mrs. S. E. Springs Sanatorium AiDelation Association.. I no. The objects and NI};, of XI.. f

of LaCrosse spent part of last The Woman's Club meeting I Jones. Mrs. R. A. Thomas, and dated August 11, 192 b! !\ OF APPLICATION purposes being to hold Fairs Ex. T H. Iis = > \t'W"
+, and all other r reserved I FOR TAX IlKKfl' positions Festivals and Exhibition.a.nd leas, .. Acre.;e'n"
visited Camp j'.t.d: .brll.d
week with her parents, Mr. and which was to be held on Tuesday: Mrs. Mary Varnes Maid deed of : to th. (!I..... Bill N.. 163) places for the display of stock, cats No 40S Jnder t
Bland Sunday afternoon. Hellbronn Springs Sanatorium AiDelation. HEREBY GIVEN, goods, wares, merchandise, fruitsvegetables NW'1.or
Mrs E. C. Lewis. Club House has been post. Ing NOTICE IS NW'
the .
at at S.
Also commencing; Urlffls holder of Tai dairy product., manufactured R. 22embraced 10;.. 40 T.
Mrs. Luther Harrell of Brooke, poned until Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Doc Warren were a point that hall be 440 ft. wen That Certificate Dopsl No. 123, Issued the 4tl goods, live stock, poultryand ,Atrep der more' ,.

spent Saturday with her parent: Scout Mrrtlnic visiting relatives in Palatka Sun of the taut line and 440 ft. north of I day of July A. D. 127 has flied farm machinery ere 290. (endlirat
I of the NRM
Boy of the south line and him mad Bradford County Strawberryleetlval -
I office Th. .
Mr. and Mrs.. R. M. Crosby. I :36 Township samein my "'Hm....
Monday evening the Boy the NWU of Section Kant: application for a tax deed to biIssued and Exposition Association, flrt y und.., the "Id
Harry Lewis was a buntnet Scouts held their weekly!! meeting day.Mrs.. J. C. Raulerson, Mrs. 6 South, Hang 21 :dlvldln< thereon. Inc. 152, tG3 and .40r'''rid '.tllfl...,
run thence west to a the following By T. Frank Landrum Pre.Idont wrr.
embrace In
Butler certificate of w.
visitor to Lake Monday. at the Club House under the Brooks and Miss Mary Jane line between' rant half and wen Said described property In the n.n 41. 12-13. of the M fd: Wnrd.. the am Ih.

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carte supervision of Bryan Whitfield, Brooks were visiting friends here half of the .NWVi of NWy of laid' County of Bradford. State of FlorIda .- certificate said Ne pr"Pl'rl/ .
Mi Section .... thence south to i a II 290 "all le h
of Hellbronn Springs L. A. "fluthIIn. to-wlt! nf K. .;. S..RI.
Scoutmaster. and the) Rev. Saturday afternoon. point 1EO ft. south of the NOTIeOF' AIMMC4TIOVFOR .
and Mm. Burt Shaw Sunday Shepherd. Alfred Varnes and Mrs.H. of the Raid NW'of NWV4. Lots 19, 20, 21, 29. SO 6 In S. Wood-n. 23K. I TAX l>KKt> redenda--rnle. > ;' .,,, II I
Mrs. with the Section 10 Twp.
lawn '
CT Conner thence emit and parallel Senate Hill No. /al ? '
Mr. and Mrs. W. more 01less. ( ) properties des.rlphd, II I IsSnivj
and Laws visiting the said NWVi of NWttto ., containing 60
Raleigh After the Scout Oaths H. Jones were I wroth line of NOTICE I* HEREBY GIVEN .. thuds
visited Mr. and Mrs: Saturday a point 440 ft. west of the That Edwards and J highest hldd.r
W. A. M.
hike was planned .
Conner at Suxton Monday afternoon had been given, a Farm Colony near 1 east line of the SE44 of NWVi of The assessment of the said property Edward, holders of Tax Certificates day In the d".r 'In the fit
for sometime In the near fu afternoon. 1 Maid Section 16 and thence north I under the said certificate Numbered respectively, 152 which Momh! II Januar
lure and plans for organization Mr. and Mrs Eaton Brown and I IMI' to place lands of beginning being In the all NW Raitdeiicrlbed >,t Issued. was In the name of Carl K Issued the 3rd., .day fssued of August A 1941, the. tilh dny of J

Haver. 1) 1931 ; No. 1S3 the 3rd; Dated
of a Scout Choir were discussed.! and Mrs. Lem Brown were of Raid Section 3d. Township I Ii Unless said certificate shall beredeemed day of August A. D. 1931: No, 40J her A. n.this ttld 1011. day of
VANDERBILT scouts and cub I South Range 21 ";..at. and eontalnln& law theproperty Issued the of
About fifteen boy Blanding Sunday. according to 3J'dVday August A.
visiting Camp SO.85. acre, more or !less he A
described therein will D. 1931 ; Issued the ce'j-J- ,
By Allan Velnm Norman: scouts attended the meeting.THERESSA Mrs. E. N. Durkee returned all a. provided of said by decree and In of ulrlc laid sold to the highest bidder at the 6th., day of August A. D. 1928, _ford County j.tf.';'ours 11.. .01,
purKuance court house door on the. first Monday ---- !!
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norms; home Wednesday to Hollywoodand court In the month of January

were guests Sunday of thai i I' Miss Margurlte McKinney accompanied T. I'rank, lAndrum, 1941. which Is the 8th, day of

Ellis of By Mrs. A. L. SullivanMr her for a visit of a Special Matter. January 1941.
daughter Mrs Eugene I Knight & Knight Dated thin 10th day of Novem

Worthington Spring. week or 10 days Attorneys for Plaintiff her 1940OFFICIAL.
business and Mrs. W. E. Gillespie 12.13 4t 1-3 ( SKAL: ) A. J. Thomas
H. L. Norman was a and daughter Miss Helen Glllea. iiiKiir cnritTi .:I.TII.n -- I'lerk of Circuit Court of Bradford MEAT

t visitor to Gainesville M o n clay; the week-end with rel'atlves lY. KI\I.. cuifiiri i\ \ \ I IF U innrriT C' o i' II '1'. ..:Ial.1'1iJ"UI County Florida. 11-22 4t 11-13
y1 pie, spent
O II \ltI.'O'U' V 01 YT1 ('i\i, c'liuiir. IHI \U"'fIIllJ
fp night. Alvarez and Kmer l; In Daytona DeLand and .....011111\. 1'01'1': ,.T\'ri':: KIV PLlltIiLt. NOTIC-H tttIV 1)I:F'EY111Y'r
y i Mrs. Sarah Oilundo. i> (IilYiIti'. ('II \XKH1VIAK ')'11"] 1'111/11'P tot st'1' OF TIIH
|i Johns of Vundei'billwere In Jacksonville L A. DAVIS.Plaintiff. JOLLY Fl.NKHAM, IIG.ITHCUI1'1.11.. 1'1111-1'r ivAM
Sunday where they visited G. M. Bennett spent Tuesday Con>''Plalnaut. > F/ U lilt \U.'OIlU ('Ol'>TY.
.- .
Johns who is ill. night with his daughter, Mrs. C .VN.JlF.TI.llltnss lIISJOI.'ATFR veCAIILES PINKHAJt, FI.OIIII1 CURINGNo
Mrs. Emery [ UBKUT IY {'Ue ":IIY
All the children and teacher Sullivan. COMPANY a corporation l orK..nl.,1h of Defendant. ANNA! BKI.LK HILL,
existing under I thse. law It appearing by affidavit append. 1'lalntlff,
't of Vanderbilt school attended the< Percy and Othma. Sullivan were stale of Florida, PI' to the bill field In the aboveitated .vaLONNIE.

Fair at Starke Wednesday afternoon visitors to Green Cove Springs Defendant. cause that Charles Elbertt'Inkham KLBKIJT IULT"D.f..ndllnt. ,

of last week. They all reported Sunday afternoon. XrTH'K OF IIP.1'L'TF.R'N!MALE lamed a, noiiMenldent the defendant of the therein State IN THE NAMI!: .OF* TifF STATE

a nice time.MI' Miss Ella Virginia Dikes Is Notice Is hereby given that IInd..ranrt of Florida, and IM a resident of OF FLORIDA, (lIn;" TIS(1 : increase in PriceeSpecialize
that car of.wentyone
and in accordance with Unknown In over the age TO Lonnle Klbert Hill whoseesldence
and Mrs. H. L. Norman week with her ,.
spending; the par lain and final decree. of foreclosur yearn; It In thereforerdered Is unknown.You .
children of Vanderbilt were vlait ents at Lake Geneva.Mr. and sale, Entered by the honorable ) that Hold non-renldent de- are hereby required to ap- ,
Rosier of Evergreer If. L. Sebrlng, as Judge of 'endant be and he its l. hereby reomplelnt ear to the bill of complaint filedlereln ], *
Ing B. and Mrs. J. A. Mllliken the Plreiiil( 'ourt of Hradfor r billcause against you on or beforeiVednesday ,
Sunday afternoon. Sunday County Florida. In Chancery, Ithat In tiled 19th A. D. '.
of Ocala spent December
and children ,
< l ,
of folks from Van. certain cause In alc in or before Monday the 6th, day 1940.It. .
A number here with relatives.We pending wherein L. A. Davis I III if January, A. I). 1911, otherwise l Is further ordered that thin. We In Sugar
derbilt attended the Bradford Mrs. plaintiff' and Hellhronn M Inert he allegation nf said bill will betaken rder be published In the Bradford
to 1 Ii
County Singing Convention at are sorry Water' .mp"r"o : aa confessed by said de.'endant. County Telegraph a newspaper of
J. P. Dlckenson and Mrs. Susie Defendant T n under-signe. reneral circulation published In
Corinth Sunday. special master hv sushi' decree appointed further ordered that thin
sick list this week. It IH Jnarifurd County, Florida once
Hardee on pale at
Mr and Mrs. Jim Manningand will offer for and irder be published once a week'or .ouch week for four consecutive.
to Jack. Mr. and Mrs( Vf. E. Edmondsonand public outcry to the highest four connective Weeks In the veeks..
family are moving nest bidder for cash, at the south I Bradford. County Telegraph, a Witness. my hand and official Cured MeatsGainesville
week. daughters Patsy and Cleone floor or the county courhoUHO In mild County
soriVllle this ; front In Stark., newspaper published .teal thiN 20th day of November, A.
Mrs. Ellen Barber and sons,, spent part of last week with relatives of Hrndforil county of end State. D. 1940.
Florida, during the 'legal hours This\ November 26th., 1X40OP1MCIAI. (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas
Bobble and Jerrie, and Mrs. J,, in Miami. Hale nn Monday, January 6. A. ( 8KAL A. J. Thomas Meik Circuit Court, 11-22 4t 12-13

W Knight and daughter Sandra,, Mr and Mrs. W. E. Cillexple. U. 1941. the following deseribetpropertY !. (Merk Circuit C'tmrt. -
situated I n Jtratlfor .F.r R HarrlMoii JackHonvllle, Flu.lulk'ltor .
all of Jacksonville, were guestsof were transacting business in Orlando County, Florida. to-wlt: for Complainant OIIDKII OF PI'III.1C,\TIOV I

Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman Tuesday and Wednesday. The following described land anwater 11.29 4t 12.20 INOTICITO AIM'KAII
of -- Juanita
rights4" SN'4 of NWI4 The State of Florida to
Wednesday of last week, Mr and Mm. A, L. Sullivan 5I KM; : and 10 acres off the north Whlttlngton Johnson address unknown : Ice 8
and C. Sullivan visited the County end of SWl' ofilJo ".: .nil In Sec'lion IV ('IHCtir f O I' It'I'. I'.KillTIIJIIIKIll : -
26, TownshIp 5 Mouth, Rang fllUllr. You. are notified that bill ofcomplaint
FLA. STATE FARM Fair Saturday afternoon.Mrs. 21 Haul 1 the said lust 10 acre," ('01"1'' '': OF PI.OHIIM. ror divorce and clue affidavit
J. A. Milliken and chil being more fully described aM follows l\ {'lit\'IItY: for this order has been
Ity Miss Mary TownsemlC'hrlttlnuiM to.wit; commencing at thnoitheast ,.. DOHOTIIY CAIU'KNTKH, filed lit. Circuit Court of Bradford
dreg were guests of Mrs. Mllli corner of the. SWto Complainant, County, Florida, In case wherein Storage Co.

Manx ken's aunt Mrs.. Thos. F. Brown, S13'of Raid yvctlon 26, and run -v... Andrew Johnson Jr.. la plaintiffand
hence In MALCOLM[ CAItrKNTKIl Juanita Whlttlngton JohnsonIs
south 500 feet
The junior and the senior of Hampton Sunday afternoon. Ihflu'c northwesterly direction oroursv DefendantIt defendant, and you are hereby

ht members. of the State Farm Choir Rev. Menshew of, Lake Butler a tn a point 160 ft. south othe appearing by affidavit filed In appended the- :required to appear, In said cause on J. L. GEORGE, Mgr.
.salt the bill
northwest corner of the to December 16th 1940. Bradford
met at the Club House Tuesday will flll his regular appointment that .Malcolm
forfcv, thence north to the Mali' above-Htated caune County Telegraph la designated aa
night to practice Christmas Carols -I at the. Christian Church Sunday northwest corner of the SWi4 oSK"'i. Carpenter, the defendant therein the newspaper In which this order 1201 N. Grove
Phone 1067
Included the morning and evening. and thence east 1320 ft. to named a non-reHldent of the Htate shall be published once a week for
will be on
that the place of beginning; the sail of Florida. and a resident of Old four consecutive weeks prior to
two above described tracts con. Bridge, New Jersey, IH over the said return d..l.1tne..... my
tubing 20 acres, more or lent. age of twenty-fine years: It Is hand and, official seal I at Starke GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
Alas, commencing at an Iron ..h..ftIII therefore ordered, that said nonresident 13th day of November, ,
the center of a 60 ft. ..stree defendant be and he Is fil'othl Va'Mj'' *> ..... Mr .*
known an the Slarke and Sander. hereby required to appear to the (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
Ron lload. which haft In set 9 bill of complaint filed In said cause A' ( l* Court
a feet and 4 Inches, more or less, on or before :Monday the 6th, day : 11.15 &rikiaiiu'rcu't
igRBFTY9If1':4 went of the northwest corner 01 1 or January A. i>. imi, otnerwmethe
HK, of the NBV of Section 36Trtwniililp ,. allegations of xnld bill will betaken
5 I Houth, Range 21 East t,. a* confessed. by Bald defendant.
and run thence north about 31 I .
1 degree went, along the center 01 t t It l Is further ordered that this (
Haiti Starke and Sanderson Hoa], order be published once a week
1350 ft., thence In a nouthwetiterl:' for four consecutive weeks In the I .
,'our.-and at such an angl<,, Bradford County Telegraph a ; : ? t
Do Your Tradingwhere I that the line shall cross the wen l t newspaper published In said County crkk )'
line of the NWV of the NK'4 01 r and State
mild Section 38 at a point 44,(I This November 26th., 1040
6 pieces i Rogers Silverware are ft. north of the southwest come (OFFICIAL. I'II' ':AI.) A. J. Thomas
of mild NWVI of NJo '/. and theniv I Clerk Circuit I'ouit.
given away with every $10 In tradeor continuing said course or tin<,, J. S Harrison; Jaiksonvllle., Fla.

certificates.Are until It hall reach a point 44'I Solicitor for Complainant I II
ft. north of. the south Hue of th,,) 11-29 4t 12-20
NK'i' of NWi/4 of Haiti Section atl .-
lletleeiiKtilSMITH'S and run thence went to a polnthat c
r. GARAGE'a shall l>e 440 ft. went of th,, IVHI('( IT fOI'HT.' itillTII ;
OU Choose oust line of said NFof\ NW Jllrll\l. f IH< I IT. llllllr'0ltllCOI.NTt.
STARKE FLORIDA of Section 36 and thence south : 't'l'A'1'F nV FLOIUII1.iv
('sItl'I:11I'Joh :
590 ft. to a _point 160 ft. MOUII-I N It THOMASComp latnanI

I -
EMMA "THOMASDefendatit.'

It appearing .by affidavit appended iII! /
a r to Ihtf- bill filed In the: ,
above-stated cause that Emma

-.r::::"a, non-renklent thai d f''thhr:: : : Iz7&ww

of Florida and a resident of Haltlmote ,
Maryland Is over the age
llh It Is therefore .
I r I nf twenty-one years;
ordered that said non-resident
r __ defendant be and she Is. hereby
L_. u required to appear. to the bill of
complaint filed In said cause tin or
.f..r.Io"d..y., the 6th., day of .
January, A, 1). '1941. otherwise the YrS
ona of. said bill will betaken
'.er>r nn n.w.r .
l,4( as confessed by said defendant

It Is further ordered that thin '
vl'w < ,,, c,
5 order be published once a week 'ib; .. x i R\
for Four consecutive weeks In the
Bradford County Telegraph, anewspaper s
r4 wd published In said Countyand \
x, v .
State ar ;
This November 26th, 1940. w' t "
/.VKtMC.IAl'.H1AL>) A. .'. Thomas 4 tt
.. J
LOVIItUevuaw1.; fly J. It. Kelv- '. Clerk.

?. A. StephensJJaeksonvllle for Complalmuit. Ha.Solicitor .

11.29 4t 12.20 <

IV flltftir CO I' II .... KK.IIIII ;. i .
.11 UU"I.. C'IIIC'I 1'1'. IInI..IUI M '\

VI&OIiTAILEI aro vweedY lad.n on for pola.h.high ,i.ld.Not ('ot "'I'1 Fe. wr.t'rI! l'll4\CIIIY: 0. t'I.UIHD.\ F r Ya' 5R :, fir

W. plant food nece..ry IIARHI" H. WAttU
eely ia pl.nty.1 but for the tstpsoved "T"'.pp'Vt"7ftThe ComplatnantWIl'l.IAM iw' at.e y ,
good qualil7. 4
ilapoctant to .1"0 pro R S
and carrylno quehtv.o ... the plants store C. WARD, :
P..h also .i. Defendant. ;

comp.utte.,.._stak.IL... they .....lance to d....... and Ito.t. It .nPPe rliig by affidavit' uppended \: :
vigor and CIOPpi"O to the bill filed in theabovestated : e.
with soil that William\
.lni. (0 "- vad.c Tocoition. cause ?
bed .*h..rs .....'"' ate '.qu..d. C. Ward. the defendant thereinnamed W S%
.. COO Clete pot..h. .... I.rti ..'.. a non-resident of the Stats
teat w.t enough .cid. Oasisal of Florida and 'a resident. of Duke
stake curs
Icsl a. .uoh pMsalt a pho.phorlo Inn Elisabeth City, North Carolina i a a ,,,nw.
at and
co"lainillW ahoul"b up to doubl.. y Is over the age of twenty-one M'.t. '
sandy-U..the potaah the phphoria aci". years; It Is therefore ordered that
and stuck 8Oil..it ohouId 1M triple said non-resident defendant be and
peat "ution regard.5 ... he Is hereby required to
Consult you,_..ty "...1 of esportmst. .bo"lleltil.... 10 the bill of .complaint fllJoiA
l.rtthttr.1 voisi Ask vsos said cause on or before Monday,
the _11........riaod howhnl.eahaitcoet. the 6th day of January, A. I>. 1941otherwise
.Yo.. .
high..pota. .Wghyr.ldeelgoodtpahh I the alegations' of satti!
...ppl.,."_1110......hlotn.u bill will be taken as confessed bysaid
III' further ordered that this
'' pfrire .1 lot /orl*.' taformation orrtie he published\ once a week 1d
and ht.*al*'. I for four consecutive weeks In the ola is such a
cropfc _____ Bradford (County Telegraph a t Ice-cold Coca-
I en httilifing your ., newspaper published In said County 7 6ahb

P >C. and Mate. drink. with a
Pr OT14S131rTlliR come Prepared
C7ll1 Do Co This November 26lh., 1940.
.utLDI- (OFFICIAL httL\ .) A. J. Thomas
+ uc 1Uft ...... ae.xo, Clerk Circuit rourt.H char"Pure
i ........ 01/- quw.M q ,. art, it has the taste that
: n. A- Stephenslt'JacksonviIFo. ( a
., bt4 '
.er n+n.+ Solicitor for Complainant it '
ll-2 41 12-20 wholesome, delicious;
__ IV ('111.1' COI-HT. :1(011'1''t a refreshed feeling after you
Jl1)Il'Itl. (""Hl'II1'. \IU'ORII :,
/ ('01. :liTY.T...] OF FL.IRIU
dba IY {'"e-tHY Coca-Cola makes any
W DONALD W. POOL.Complainant. always

ter tw ,

h r a .v.MARY."zKNA Defendant.It POOL. the pause that refreshes.


TIMary Z..na 1'001. "Walterbor
Is hereby you ap-




GUM BRANCHBy I for starting polnft"Whence Went each week for foulconnecutlv* to be Imued' thereon Said cerllfl- TIIK "IR"I'IT Coin 11niltllFORII AIJFIIR n
Journal I tIC feet thence Mouth 330 feet, week" I cats embraces the following de- 11" (:'Ol'.NJTV, i
High l\1ra. Edd P.rrl&l> I thence Knot 24 feet thence Northto Witness I my hand and deal an xcrlbed property In the County of FLONlnt. I% ('IILVCEHY'
point ..f beginning, containing Clerk of the Circuit Court In and Hradford. Slat of Florida, '''->vitI Frosard tV. rJudlseton,
Mr and Mrs. B. :M. McRae and Two (t) acres, more or lea*. for Bradford County Florida this All NW'4 of S\V"i K of Ky. Kx\I\I Plaintiff'
Also commence At the Snuthraitt t 3rd day of December' A. I> 1940. about > A In HW Cor Sec.: 33'Townxhlp '! -VR- Order of Pnblleatlosi
E- NUMBER EIGHTEEN sons! Benny and Lynn of Pine Corner of the North Half \ Level were I of the Northwest Quarter NW14) (Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford 32 Acres more or I...... I Defendants.IM .
mm8L' ____ __ _____ __ __ this visiting relatives in of the Northeast Quarter NK'..), County, Fla. The assessment of the said. property I, THK' NAME OK T)IR STATE j jOF
section Tuesday of last week. Section\ Thirty-four (14) Towns T. Frank '..tjindrum under the Maid certificate issued ] F1AIItiDAIIt0TSTIN(3MI: t '
the fault lies In the one that la.omplaining. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Conner Hhlp(6)( South Ita-nge Twenty- !Staike! Florida was in the name of Unknown. I I Illnleux I I TO: James, Klckllter, 1233 Rest
Editorial : I two (22) Kant, and run North KAZAKHTIIAMKS, aald certificate shall Boulevard. Charlotte, N. C'.
II Mr. and Mrs Bud Parrlsh H thence Went 70 yards, .lackHonvllle.. Florida. redeemed according to law th.1 I Martha Klckllter. 1233 Bant ,
MB My Idea is that a little cooperation all of Lake Butler, and Mrs Roy ...tr.d"I-0 35 yard, thence (}"1C1Rf/" H. }LAPPWashington property described therein will Boulevard Charlotte. N. C.
TO b.1
r Ns goes a long way. If any Clemons Fast, TO yard to point of beginning ... (.. sold to t the highest! bidder at You and each of you are hereby
know that habits can I and daughter. Betty containing one-half t1,) Solicitors for Plaintiff ll- 5t 13The court house door or the first ordered and required to appear to
rl UI bad. It's up to' of you will try this out I believe Jean were guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. acre, more or less Al InI day In the month of January the bill of complaint herein filed
rood() ) or I you will find it true too. W. Parrish I nine at the Northeast Corner of which IM the 6th day of Mon-I, I against you on or before January
determine and Mr. and Mrs. state of Florida tot; Helen M.
fto loae', to j Section Thirty-four 134), thence11'est 1941. the 11th A. D. 1MI. the same beingthe
UII harmful or use- I have learned from experiencethat Edd Parrish Sunday afternoon.Mrs. I 7111! feet for (tart Ing point Reynolds of Lincoln City, Delaware.You Dated this Btli day of .... Flrxt Monday 1 In January A. U.
er they are If you do what you are told 1 thence South 1083: r..t. are hereby notified that 1940. 19(1.
Grover Hatten of .
to do or do It the best Jack Went 622 feet to .".....t Ih.nc.1 Floyd J. Reynolds aa plaintiff baafiled OFFICIAL. SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas' You and each of you are hereby +
you can, sonville Is visiting the bed aide his bill of complaint for divorce Clerk of Court of Bradford
and MHltl Quarter thence Nort-h 1093 Circuit given line and legal I notice th..tthl"
wbole life. the put I you will like the teacher and of her mother Mrs W. C. de leet to corner on Station line, I ax against defendant you Helen tn the)..1.Circuit Reynolds County Florida 12-$ 4t 13-27 la a Hull brought for the forclonure *-
made up of whator i both will thence. East. 622 feel on said Section of a certain mortgage riledtor
Is get along much better. Court of Bradford County Florida, -
"lure we're going: line tn point of beginning, In record In the office of the
\'f done what No teacher will expect more of R. L. Clemons made all In Section Thirty-four 134), This Chancery Ix to .command, ran No. 1006. and > OT.'IO Clerk 1 of the Circuit: Court In and
Ton might tot even think I you than to do your best. a business Township. Six I Cu South, RangeTwentytwo In said cause and court you on to Monday appear UHA 11"'Olt1) COUNTY, FLORIDA. fur Bradford :"mnty, Florida In i
trip to Jacksonville tZ2 Rant containing December 41 h, H40. record
but our entire Sunday. : January 6th Book 4, page 991, public
1 the
& way. If, you will ask yourself these Sixteen OC acre more or ,lees. allegations bill 41. otherwise NOTICE IS HKRBRY OIVEN of Bradford County Florida en-,
of of
part of us. questions you will quickly see if Mr. and Mrs. Van Ice Keene E. K. Ferryman. be taken confessed complaintwill that ptirxuant to Section H of Chapter cumbering the following described
\\I and : aa by you. 182H4, l. of Florida, Acts of and being In t
twa lands .
hablta !!son Vanice. Jr., were guests Special: Master The Bradford lying
the County Telegraph la
good are atfault..
form you one ; : UaT". known the MUKI'llY to-wltt
you of Mr. I 12-6 4t 12-17 hereby designated a* the newapalier as ACT : Bradford County: "'lnrldRL
and Mrs Carl
make yourself dogularlyAOt Do I do my best Do I abide I In which this order ;ahall be pub. the following described land In lets On. U), Two 42), Three
rJIOuld and recently. 'llxhed... for four weeks. Bradford County Florida, will b* ((3). Four ((4)) Five (6)). Six (5),
now the rules consecutive
? just by that are made by II THE t-Ol'.NTV: Jt DCK' 'OIHT prior to said offered for sale at public 1 "u..r1'rur I Seven 7). Eight, <8), (9), A0
return Witnessmy .nN.I.w.
school .on Roy Clemens: and Edd Parrish HI N ) day. the highest. and beat cash bidder to\\ tC .. .
Take coming to higher authorities upon the teachers A t> .. II' ( R. 8R .FOlln hand and official anal I at Ten ( Kleven ii )
Those pupUs"never ? (After all. the teacher has made a business trip to Lake But- fOl'NTY. .. ..ORIIJ". Ktarke, Hr ml ford County .Florida [ subject to the right of the OJIn\ Block Twelve ((12) /n'I'entple's
for IDltance. IN: KB: KSTATK: OK At'Qt'ST F. this December 3 TruxteeN of the Internal Improvement Adilltlnn In the City of
1 40.
habit to do her duty). Am I courteousto ler Sunday afternoon. MAT2AT.Oeceatied. (OFFICIAL snALl A. J. Thomas Fund to reject any and all Stnrke, Bradford ('..unly. Florida.It .
L acts ice taln time the teacher And do I treat E. W. Parrish, Edd Parrish and Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford : bids., at the Courthouse beginningat Is. further, ordered hut this
up NOTICE Tl CREDITORS County Florida. 10:00: o'clock. A. M. on the 3rd., order he published In the Bradford
Bornl". do what things her with proper respect ? Otis Morgan made a business tripto You and each of you are hereby Knight A Knight day of January A, 1). 1041 KaRetiient County Telegraph, a weekly news-
and get to school Fairfield Tuesday of last week. I I notified and required to present Starke, Florida for road right of way SOO of general circulation pub-.
be done any clHlmn and demand which you Attorney for feet wide will b* reserved. from {1'1'1' In said Bradford COlin I,.
Mr. Plaintiff. 12.C\\ 4(13-27
the bell rings. On the Increased InterestIn and Mrs. R. L. demons or either of you may have airnlnut any paicel through which there Is Florida. once each week for four
that are and son. Gene were visiting the the Rotate* of August P. Matsat, an. existing Stata Koad. consecutive weeks. ,,
hand, the pupils Library NotedThere bedside of )I ".....a..d. late of said County, to OTII'''' OKKOK 'PP.If"TIO SK'j ...ra: :<4 of NKtk Section 3 W1TNKSS: my hand and official
_?. lute don't make It i Mrs. Clemons father tile County Judge of Hradford Tor It.tU Twp 7 R, Kg 22 K', 10 Acrex.SWi.4 seal at Stnrke, Florida, this 29,
at a set time and has been I Jim Thomas in a Jacksonville County, "Florida at his office In :sees(e Hill N.., .tl.1. of NI'H4 of. r.lo'4 Section\ 3 November. A. D. 1040.OFFICIAL .
i to arise a change for hospital the Courthouiie at 8tnrke. Florida NOTICK IS IIKKKHY UIVEN.: Twp 7 H.. HI23 t.:., 10 Acres.Truxteex ( MEAL: ) A. J. Thomas ( ',
think being late doesn'tem. the better In the attitude of our recently. within eight calendar month from That Ll..l la Strickland holder' of of the Internal Improvement Clerk of the Circuit Couit of Bradford \
therefore they are aeln students toward the school li Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bridges oft I the date of the first puullcHilon. of Tax Certificate N... 140, Ixmied till Fund of the iStats County Florida.
-!S ar lee and the Rev. and Mrs. G. this not h'". Each claim or demand 7th day of September A. I). 183H' of Florida. 1'V.. Uelsjer,
time. brary. Heretofore about the only must be wrltlnir and suet state has filed I name In my office anrll I Ky A. J. Thomas, Agent Trustees Solicitor for Plaintiff.
at think there's a singled students who took much interest I E. McGauley of Melrose were I the place of residence. and post office has made application for a tax .' I I. I. Fund Hradford County. It 11.14t 12.27We l
)] that visiting Mr. and Mrs, T. N. Norman address, of the ,claimant and ,
Bradford High in the library were the faithful mud be sworn to by the claimant. 1.

I want to be better than bookworms. Any others who( recently i his ustfiit.will or his: attorney, or thexnine !
become void accordingIto i
j, |Is We must then keep visited the library. were those law. i

Itly in mind those things who found it necessary to get a HIGHLAND : Thin lath day of November. 1940. i Have Opened
Marry 1 15. Mataat, Admlnlxtrator
accomplish and By Shires flesh ,
|we hope to book from there In order to WiraberlyMrs. of the Estate of August F. Mnlirtt.
1 habits be directed toward make a book report. Deceased 1 t.29 4t U-20 ,
Mattie Reid _
,aI. Now, however, the library has
-Jack Halle. many visitors and Is often even Friends will regret to learn of lTIIK ('IH'iir fill ItT FOil A BRANCH WAREHOUSE IN STARKEOn
the death of Mrs. Mattle Reid.SlItul'day TI,i: ItH.TU .ltl>ICI\l. f'l n.
: crowded with students seeking Ce If' OK TillKTtTM OK KI.OII.
And You books not only for book reports night at her home at ll. \ IM' .''MI Foil III %I>KUHIIOlMTV
(Teacher Maxvllle. She leaves to mourn l'IIAtKltt.: ('.'<'!'! Road 13 Near Farm Market "
but also to read for pleasure.It '\O. IIMHtKllmibeth ,
her loss her husband nan C.
Le heard so many pupils is encouraging to note. too t'. Pace, single, 'Indivldu-I' '
Reid five children Georgine ally and an Kxerutrlx L much that the students (Sales To Licensed Dealers Only) :
about how they are choosing Sally Martha. Mackle. and Dan of Charles F. Face, deceased'
I wonder better books. The number of I'lalntlff.Oeorne ,
f their teachers. her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lnurle .VII I It

(thought has ever occurredthat I books and magazines In our library Abstance of Denmark, S. C., three ".. Cole' et al I, -. ------
maybe the teacher Is increasing steadily which l Defendants.oitnER ,V
brothers and sister.
'1 one OF HKHVICK HY Pl'B-
to complain about than is very good news to the students L1OAT1O.NTO
fill.r1i There is always a1 I)1 who have the interest of the li- The body was taken to Denmark lenrire W. Cole If livingand.. TO ACQUAINT :;
doesn't.' at heart. S. C., for Interment. If d..ad.l the heirs devisees. grantee YOU '
|hen one person brary and all panted rliilnilngby,
J. F. Griffis made a trip to
ther and most .of the time] -Mary Townsend l. thrixiiih or under lleomV.. Cole, \:
Starke VuapJay. > deceased : With The Excellent Quality Of Our Brews, \Ve Would

T. Ti. Dillon It living, and If .

001 DayAt Bradford Fair Phoebe Mrs. N.Green T. Green visited", and relatives Miss dead and all the helm.parties. d.vl clalmlnir>->-H, 'grantees by Like To Give You Free A Bottle Of' La Tropical Ale Or

through or under T. U. Ulllon,
oughly Enjoyed By Students here Monday. deceased. : (,

I Mrs. J. W. Griffls and Mills T. Ia. lloyt. If. living and If Fla 6 Beer. Simply Clip Coupon Printed Below And
the heirs, devisees,
the wildly while being aroundon Virgie visitors to Starke grantees -
Wednesday ( day spun were and all parties. claiming by
wit designated as School the octapus and then again Friday. through or under II. lluyt, deceased Present To Dealer
when they reached good ole terra C. M. Griffis was a visitor to ; and
t the Bradford CountyH. All parties claiming allY Interest
firma heading straight to some Jacksonville Sunday. under any or all of the partlea
S. turned out in one other thrilling ride (such as the Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly attended above named, or otherwise In ..
property hereinafter deHi'ilhrcl -
II! at one o'clock'to go tilt-a-whirl). Mobs of people; the funeral of Mrs. Reid in Denmark and any and nil unknown

[air. Since It was School eating dogs o r cotton candy; S. C., Tuesday. persons who claim' any estate,
right title
or Interest In or tn
I itudents were admitted Freeman Register trying to eat Mrs. H. A. Lawson of Starkewas the lands' : hereinafter described, ; 1 TAMPA FLORIDA BREWERY INC

d the prices for side a candied apple without much a visitor here Tuesday. or heirs any, devlaeen part ,thereof or grantees' either, an orother ,, ,

ontest and the rides were success; Alta Smith trying out Mr. and Mrs. M. Fanning were claimants by through or

IVe cents for the students. all the thrilling rides without even shopping In Starke SII turday.Mr. under allY of the, above IIIln1P"d..r..nI. Tampa Florida :
.. ,
", or otherwise the land
feeling dizzy Miss Stump and and Mrs. L. J. Normanand .
i to ay, the students at : ; bulng dene! Ilii-d an
1 took advantage' this! i Miss Delavan < looking rather Miss Cleo Norman were visit wit: 10.1I"'j I II..OIH Homer Sutton Local
I One (1) anrJ.Thra (3)), In Manager J': J
sy\to enjoy the fair at thrilled after riding the ferris. ors to Starke Saturday. Block Nineteen 'f/4111 an per the 'a *" ". 1' -'. '.. J. o "'
I price ,and therefore by wheel; Ralph Dudley looking n. W. Brlnson of Madison was map or pint of lion Original' Townof ... \ "',

*k crowds 'of boys andd klnda groggy after coming out of transacting businexa here Mon' Ida.Starke, Urad ford County, )0'101"1 ,

| d teachers) were stream- the -, (the octopus of course) ; day. |, And plnlntlff, having male - - - - -

ugh the entrance. There ,several students rushing up to Johnny Mlckell of Grandin was I felldnntM named to MHld. and' Hill designated all. clefendiintnherein ., both

I Kveral hours of fun for the root beer booth to see If here Tuesday. | known and unknown and having To Any Licensed Dealer:
some of that soothing beverage Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grooverof Minted In paid. bill which l I" sworn
tn, all muttern neceHeary tu entitle'
Ur was typical of many could repair their turned-over Lawtey spent Sunday here. | her to pl'ac'es, by publlcxtlon to This Coupon and lOc Entitles Bearer To-

lunty\ fairs with its ferris stomachs; Fre d I Idle 1 Wlmberly Misses Gwendolln and Virginia bring parties In. all defendant persons' to whomNoeverIIM this stilt,

hud other thrilling'rides, Martha Mathews Ruth Simpson. Smith of Lawtey visited friends' you anil each of you are hereby TWO BOTTLES

tellers candy 'venders, Esther Crews, and Mary Town- here Saturday. required to appear to the bill. of
I'oiniilnlnt' filed. herein aicxlnat
we contents animals ex- send (the latter looking kinds The Manley Construction Co the above entitled. cause. on youIn or La Tropical Ale or Fla. 6 Beer

pom the county and the tired from lugging a kitchen garbage has moved )Its road camp from U before 11I4t.the Ath day. of January A.

Inhibit (which was very can she won at bingo) here to Camp Blending where The Hrndford. County Telegraph. We will redeem this! coupon from any licensed dealer for (ten cents in
open-mouthed in a side the Company will be for several a newspaper. pnbllxlied In HradfarlCounty
!edl), and ," general riot standing Florida, la hereby denlirnated cash. TAMPA FLORIDA' HHEWEKY INC.
] end
ween the time we were I magician made the wooden egg thin order ehall be publlahed. once

[cotton.candy and j disappear and reappear. I"SCTOn.C'O PRICKS I -
reeling I tobacco contracts
ng on the There were many more observations Qulncy-
we were able to make'' made during the after for next season at 17 l-2c a

rvatlons of the people noon'' but I see we haven't timeto pound for top quality were being
I week In Gadsden
fir. tell you about them so, so signed last

} Cameron and others too ,' long for this time. county. This la the highest price
I' I of the
the wild days
to mention yelling! --The Peeper. offered since
first world, war when the price

I A Better School Behind Youyou I waD top price up in was the about 20's. 15c.:Last year's

ever touched the with a student D. D attends KCH SCHKIU'LK

t flower only to have three four and sometimes five Xnrt'itIHl1Ind

I o the ground at your I,I elapses dally, and sometimes that Leave Starke- 7:40: A. M.. 2:30: ,r+M ?svw'e'w

or awhile you felt very I' many days weekly. Once In a A. M.. 12:30: P M., 1:45: P. M.:

ave caused such a catas-I I while he gets bin own lessons and 6:10: P M. 10:10: P, M.

|i Mother Nature's per-' a few times he copies them from !SouthboundLeave

Then you remembered someone else. He disregards the Starke 4:30: P. M.; 2:10A. :

w flowers were being rules about chewing gum. talking M.: 10:20: A.M. ; 2:20: P. M.;

I the time and even,,, without permission whispering. 5:20: P. M.
'that did not give you What do you think he gets out rrral hound

to demolish( all that you'1 of attending school ? What does Leaves Stnrke-7:15: A. M.: Leave I

mewhai decreased your he give the school? Why does Starke. for Palatka and St. Augustine -,

be accident. the I I I I bother to attend at all? 5:20: P. M. ,|I "T aII

Innately, however Unclenot This kind of student gives tfentboundLeave I i

appropriate enough nothing and consequently he receives Starke--7:40: A. M.; 11:00:

constantly build perfectthe nothing. The reason can A. M.; Leave Starke for Lake II

place of those whose be boiled down to one word: he Butler Perry and Tallahassee.,

.s thoughtless students has no ambition. In close alli- :5:35: P. M.Passengers. r

oe education Is a thing ance with this reason comes the called for and delivered -

been built up by our thought: he has no respect for tree within city limits I ,

to the degree that it others. Perhaps he has no self- Station must be notified arrival 30 minutes of- Illustrated: I'ackttrtl Ono-Ttsn Deluxe Touring Svdanz122h

ling us when we were respect. If he did he could cer- before scheduled

'rhaps for this reason!talnly I give some to his school. mssea Phone 147._

n any other many stu- I I One should strive to make the Tilt) rl"TIT ('01 HT Of TIIK
no t fully appreciate school which he attends whether \:U.HTII Ji '> <'II- ("!"CJ'.T ?S A'H'.P j'j7
.' .
ir Tilt: .T,TK OK )
country, state and
it is a one-room log cabin" or aeveralstory I A\U KOH HR 'I>KORW <401TVIM <
giving them, and soOt '< city school better ('MKHY !

I'll think what they canto for having had his attendance) K S. Tl"Plaintiff." n( unmarried f fvn I 's! )N F.W; -inMilr and out! It' longer The amazing: Acro-Drive* lets you A a t T M HAH f H O OWN" W.VJt

vtle ge how of) their thanks there. There Is something which, -Katyni-kl.Fowl. ..and.r* huaband of H..t.-.-..- i ]IOH fr. richer in every detaiL rrui..r with your motor running!
attending free each one of us can leave behind- Hell.n chrlntUn l % slower! And when
They attend Kaiyn.kl, who We can how you no lace than 6-1 important yon want to
and I .
get out I Not only does plaintiff unknown ..
something good. name In to in
cut a mountain-climbing .

I just: what lefendantaOTI'E neto improff'm'nur pan
they put affect
It what one leave : OF !AP11'ICL III\IIT.R'" that shoots by!
'III \ "gear yoo
always good to It affects theschool's $555OPrice
nv. own reputation but *LKNOTH'F3 There's the Electromatic TO
and when they re- also. I ? HKREBr: GIVEN new See, too, real Air Conditioning i *-
y reputation that the undrr.lirn" Packard drollKV t
should ability and .. virtue of a Final Peer... a
havereeived1C Showing outstanding r, by a
the clutch!
In the rirrulf car itnelf.operates :
school background heretofore TTA-T' \ brand. delivered I in Detroit while '
It showing their ; of Bradford County. Florida, ,
pal. n the teacher or are Jean Davis the only one In Court I In[ that c.r.aln fhano.ry aunt!I. I The Pat m .ler Engine pack, all new lines oIPackards-every one of sidewall tires and State taxes extra.theetirringperfortnanceofal'ackard .
... Tl rnmmrrlod.
look for a few seconds her English class at Tallahasseeto ;wh Plaintiff" .r..tn ,E.and H..ll..n Kaaynek and ; diem packed l with good newel! Stop Subject to cluing u-ithout notir

whom we shall call receive an A and examination Grace Dew I?hrl.Tr.n _n.mI._ _I. Ka to Plaintiff yn.kl, whan unknown -' -hut ruli gas consumption by 10%:.r in today! *Available at extra co.,.

t to church who made 100 on an are d..f..ndant.. will offrr
Sun- .
I o every !tn New York. :for pale andIIMo the hUh.it.nd.
Prayer meeting every of us will b.....t bldJ. ..r the bld night' He !never Join. Even though many :In front of Month
/the not attend college after we graduate ]Hradford Tountjr Court iouii.
never contributes f.rk... FtDrld.a.. on Monday. Q.l
"i"! **. he never we can take the best :Ith day of January A. I'. 1 JI. between -
joins ,
'. The school has to offer Into, Ih. hour nf 11:00 A. ., and
what I
pastor and othajn work we :1:00 o''''lock P. M. to Mtl.fr the
but he la evasive each separate line of terse of said decree. the following J. P ROBERTS MOTORSStarke
'* something behind lying and b.-I 1
!r.. What do you follow', if we leave take. described Inc In flradrXrd pr.-B.-rty County Florid.,

tis out of attending to replace what we : 1
bettering "B? lnnln... at the Northeast Cor- I
d0ee school by
he give? LaM Better your pi". ,.f the oI..r'.t; Quarter I Brooker Floridaf
doea *
he go? yourself! ; of the Nortt.aat Quart.r ,
118 walk a few steps Marjorie Thompson. J5.KV.V and run South i.41 feel


,, ,d".aiII...:.........-'. .......h...



home senate, and the house speaker pre{; ARRESTED AS OBJBCTOR! tody late
law In the governor-elect's yesterday
Jacksonville. -The first
SOCIETY ,and CLUBSClub town before coming t o Tallahassee tern. under the selective service arrest act Deputy U. S. Marshal afternOOQ
heads' the multiple-reined South Florida will
In addition was announced by Federal officials Dragons aDd Jel'l'J
teams that are pulling the band In' the cabinet by released
be represented here. George Owens, 24, a Commissioner by t.
Members Hear vllle recently; the secretary read(: taut 10 years. The official tig wagon and other features of the Comptroller J. M. Lee Superintendent well driller, was taken into cus- Carl NOble
letters of thanks for $9 contributed .: ure a* reported by the Census period up to the point where the of Public Instruction! POsting $soo bond u
to the Children's Home in' Bureau Is 1,807.414. In 1930 the parade actually will being on Jan- Colin English and Attorney Gen I

City Planning Jacksonville, and from Mrs. W.I' population count was 1468211. nary 1.That. eral J. Tom Watson. t
B. Sewell, president of the Par This will give Florida six seatsIn will be the day when the Further, three justices of the
Highlight of the meeting of theWoman's Teacher Association, for the the House beginning with the MR. W.
ept- : new governor takes office, succeeding Florida Supreme Court are from K. CHANDLER
Club Wednesday after help given by the club to the P.. Seventy-Eighth Congress In January the outgoing Fred P. Southeast Florida Justices Arm-
noon was the address by O. C. R. T. A. Carnival. Mrs. W. M. Morrow 1943. The new congres- Cone. Thomas and
stead Brown Elwyn
Stageberg, a prominent architect made a motion that the club sional post will be filled In the the work dlnnOUJ2CE.
Allen has subdivided Alto Adams.
of Gainesville and Starke, who buy a $5 Tuberculosis, Bond and primaries and general election of fiesta
preceding the inaugural ,
for a number of years was an instructor the motion was unanimously car ,
In architecture at the 1942.Prior among city-proud Tallahasseeans, Union County Boy ...a' .
rled. It was announced that the
to that time, the State and almost! dally. brings Into the The
University of Florida. Openingof
Woman's Club was sponsoring a will face the of
Legislature duty open some new plan to make the Wins AwardJack
Mr. Stageberg was Introduced, dance at the club house Friday specifying the manner In which affair more attractive ,to citizensof
In a few well-choxen swords by; evening. The music will be by the new place Is to be filled. If Florida and to drama-loving Dye. 16 year-old Lake aJEWELRY
Mrs.. R. A. Green, chairman of Ted Sherwood and his Orchestra
the Legislature fall to create a residents of nearby Georgia. Butler high school senior Is 1940
Citizenship for the club. This Mrs. L. A. Canova, chairmanof new district, the sixth' congress! champion meat animal producer SHOP
to the
But what will appeal
excellent address exactly suited music, presented. Julius Freer, man can be elected from the Florida 4-H club boys, It "
? average voter, perhaps, more than among "
t. In
the conditions now prevailing in StarkeLocated
who favored the company with State at large., is announced by R. W. Blacklock, <
(( anything else when he comes up
Starke, and was along the lines "
the beautiful violin solo, 0. HolyNll'ht. with the
Under toe law the President I stale boys' club agent
; here the swornin
to see new
of city planning and coning; city; governor
The Woman's Chorus Service.
transmits to Congress'during; the ,- is the fact that aside from. a Agricultural Extension in
beautification in buildings, treed, the J. W. White
1 sang "The Coventry Carol" and first week of tie.j session beginning ] He has just been awarded a J50 & Son store
grass,:shrubs and flowers. He place to sleep and eat, his expenses across from the
"Silent and the chorus Ritz
Night i E.
Thomas Theatre
stressed our personal responslbllitlty next month the ,official census for viewing the spectaclewill gold watch donated by
was accompanied by Mrs. L. A. figures. Congress then haa Wilson. Chicago packer.Jack ,
for directing the growth of Canova as pianist and ,Mr. Freeras 60 days In which to decide be almost nothing. Carrying Watches, Rings, and other gift
tbls little city so that It will be t.Auxiliary, Allen pointed out recently that has eight beef calves, one Items of Jewelry
whether to leave the total
membership ; barrow two sows and 23 pigsIn
a desirable place in which to live. Governor-elect Holland has asked ,
In closing this helpful address, EntertainedAt of the House at 435 or to i that all Inauguration features be his herds this year. Duringthe Many years experience In repairing
Increase It in to the hatches
Mr. Stageberg suggested tasteful Home open and free to the public1.! This seven years In which he has and jewelry
Christmas decorations for the Uglow population Increase.If Includes everything from the time been enrolled In the 4-H club he
homo Congress does not act, the I has raised and chickens In Satisfaction
and corn
yard.In the Incoming and outgoing gov- i guaranteed or
Mrs. John Uglow and daughter money
membership will remain at the
the absence of the eronra ride in state to the capitol, I addition to beef cattle and hogs, refunded
president, Mrs. Carrie Ward .were Joint present figure, and the clerk of
Mrs. K. O. Duncan, the business hostesses [Tuesday afternoon when the House will certify to each amid floats and bands, to the and has Improved his lands by .
session was presided over by Mrs. they entertained the Ladles' Auxiliary time the last dance is played at planting crotalaria His projects
State the number of House seats Use The "Lay Away" Plan
u A, Z. Adklns; Mrs. N. D. Waln- of Presbyterian-Church. to which It Is entitled in the the Inaugural Ball. during the seven years have hada On Purchases
J wright Jr., transacted I total value of $4.478.21.Jack ,
the dutiesof 'is
The devotional service was conducted Seventy-Eighth and succeeding TallahaMBee! preparing for an
secretary and Mrs W H. Hart by Mrs. H. H. Young and congresses. Influx of visitors that will far Is now vice-president of W. K. 'CHANDLEROwner

read the treasurer's report. Mrs Mrs. Charles H. Allen had charge The next step is to be taken outdo any crowd, that previouslyhas the Lake Butler Club, and has I
Adklna gave a report of the sectional of the program. The president by the State Legislature If It gathered In the city. served as president two years and & Manager

t meeting held in Jackson- Mrs. Ellery M. Davis, presidedover falls to redistrict, the governor Allen's committees reoresentine secretary and reporter' one year I

......,,,................-.-. the business seHHlon. Duringthe may proclaim that the 'extra the chamber of commerce are each. He has been a leader In all
social half-hour the hostess House seat be filled from the establishing efficient bureaus for club activities. I I

j RUMFORD._ RIDDLES nerved delicious home-made cake State at large. reservation of rooms during the '"
and cocoa. Florida picked up an extra Inaugural period. Many reservations -

Why do.i Ellen Eaton House seat as the result of the already have been
Baptist CirclesAll 1930 census The legislatures of The chamber of made'j
utf an ear trumpet
1931 and 1933 'debated the redistricting ports that the city now is NOTICEYOUR

circles of the Baptist W. issue to no concluMon, better shape than at any time in
r.- M. S., will meet Monday afternoon I and the fifth House seat was Its history to provide food and
1 at the church at 3 o'clock., I filled from the State at large. housing facilities for the thousands -

--J,v- Then In 1939 the Legislature who are expected; here. '''GAS' COMPANY
Florida, To Have ;carved a fifth district in the -' ,
I heart of the peninsula's. citrus HOLLAND AND GAMBLING

Another Congressman urea. That House seat has been Undoubtedly 'trie' >1941 legislative ANNOUNCES
-I { iclcl since the 1936 election by sessions( ) will be asked to
Congressional redistricting, a Representative Joe Hendricks of
adopt gambling legislation of
4 subject that caused spirited debate 3eLtind.: Prior to that time, W. some type or other: just as sure A PRICE ADVANCE

In Florida legislative sessions J.,[ Sears Jacksonville was con- Is It that such' revenue, if found
of 1931, 1933 and 1935, .
ressman-at-Iarg. would be
UCAUM lh.'I doa'from horlna' .,ah., >)kw issue shunted as a sop' to Effective Jan. l
will a n
,.*.. ...d bliculri tlnr. lh. itmfad udnRUM.. probably : aged and I infirm In.order to. ,
CORD loklrif fowdir. S."4 l.r.ur Fill raelp again in 1941.Florida' legalize spinning,.of,'wheels. and "
...... Add.". Humtord lakln. fowd.r. lo. I, stands to- pick up a click of dice.. "
Ru..ford Rhode Illand. seat In the House as a result of Capitol Granting the""Urgent need of BUY NOW AND SAVE

...-................................ Its sharp |population gain In the revenue in the stale, unless some
Consensus miraculous tax" reform Is found

gamblers will find hard steddln
when It comes to legalizing their
I a.y Many Yean Experience Make. It Possible for Me te Render FKSTIVK INAUGURATIONTallahassee trade. Holland's senatorial history Gainesville. Gas Co.

EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE makes preparations shows him as'a bitter enemyof ..

MODERATE PRICES for her four-year dramatic legalized gaming; many legis- The Dependable Fuels
DeWITT C. JONES splurge surrounding the Inaugura. lators are too fearful! of the
Starke FloridaGreen's Ion of a new admlnlntration church vote to override" a gaming 972 So. Virginia Ave. Phone 1444
with all the preening and primping bill veto. But, on' the other
that energetic citizens of the hand,'i the racIRBin: .passed), that --
! Capitol City can muxter. way in 1931.r '

Striving to outdo all previous --
Store p6TATOES li5 Inaugural weeks in the state's SOUTH' FI/min.liJoFKICIXLS:

welcome;, to Governor-elect Spes- South Florida'ia: coming Into
sartt' L,,',' Holland and his administration Its own amid officialdom at Tallahassee -
H'HOLEBALE S RETAIL: committees of Tallahassee after
Cooking Cal.; madyears of com
citizens have been at work plaint of non-reprenentatlon. ,
' Starke, Florida 0 I L 62c. for nome' time to assure a periodof the time the 1941'eglslature convenes Dy-

pomp and ceremony exceeding South Florida! will have In
In brilliance anything In the official posts, the governor presi- Ii
state's history. dent of the senate' speaker of the
i 5 Pounds William P. Allen who practiced house, president 10 tern of the

S agar With Purcha."Ie of. 17 C ,111L'4i

R Oz. Extract at lOc Carolyn Callstreet ,

Hulk --- -- -
lb. 3 Ibs. \ '

Coffee lOc Onions __ lacI Well, folks Isn't it jus' like announced his: :'wares 0! and was

the: flu to break out when no almost mobbed Injthe rush .
: nars Jewel Bulk ._ lb. body's got the. time to give a Hear Margaret Duncan wa high

P & G SOAP lOc Compound. 9c decent sneeze;? Sick' list this scorer fryers for and the a afternoon hen .with Ethel five Eastman & AGFA Cara Nome t Gents Shaving Sets|

week would read, .like the telephone "

Smoked Bacon FANCY ,14c directory Margaret ,: Sewell pounds was second worth ,high, The with dazed fifteen Cameras Compacts Bill Folds

also: :Margaret Rose and Kas- poultryman probably thought he'd
par) Duncan : Myrtlce Carpenter : landed right sma k-dab in the $1' & $2.75 $1 to $6
Evelyn, Stump 'middle of that landing boom
Salad Qt. 2 Pkgs. Seals: of others But few can I he'd been hearln' so much about!

Dressing 20c Salt J' 5c compete with the,, 1. J. Green I. i Gents Traveling
_ __, Evening In Paris Ladies& Gent'i
family for tough luck Lloyd Have you heard Julius Freer

Jersey Corn 1'kg. Peanut Qt. and Judy( sick with the flu play his vlolen yet? 'Swun- Kits ....
Inez goes to get out her Christ nerful! Makes you really Sets Wrist Watches
Flakes 6c Butter ._ .. 20cToniatoes5c mas decorations and a heavy feel the music He stays at

trunk falls on her head, makinga Beasleys an' Jeannette Klncald $5 to $30
couple of stitches necessary takes credit for dlscoverin' his
Well. they always say "When It talents Cara" NomeWeekEnd _______
rains It pours," 'but when It Understand Ed Harris (stays New Fresh Lot of

starts pouring trunks--thass at Vlnlngs) is a rid In' thing Kits Ladies Bracelets an
something else again! I Only one I heard of who could "".. -

N0. 2 CANS Charlie Lou Vining scooped the : stay on the buckln' mule at the Whitman, $5 to $25' Lockets
.- ,
with Christmas decorations
ilty Fair las' week ,, e And then the '
i' Already has her outdoor tree, side-show people wouldn't Nunnally's & Gales Kt. Go
pay 14
CORN 71 C STRING BEANS loorway lights, etc., all in place him the reward because the mule .' Genuine

LIMA BEANS Mixed Vegetables in' shedilln' forth Xmas cheer laid down and gave up the struggle Xmas Dresser Sets
My. my Such ambition An' speak of the Fair Candies $7 to $20

.ULL LINE FRUIT CAKE MATERIALS Rest of us haven't even Grace Wainwright didn't know $2 to $15 -
started untangling last year'slight whether to be Insulted or what

cords yet when a couple of Army I lads Parker and Sheaffo(
Add embarassln': moments thought she was "with"
Blue the
RICE When the Woman's Club metWednesday' carnival cause ale was sellln Kaywoodie Manicure Sets Set
16c Pencil
Pipesand Pen & !!
5 Pounds afternoon an 'found chances on a Woman's Club cake .
hey had no hostesses an" no re..re8hment. $1 to $6 -'-

.! Oh well Sight for sore eyes: Lois Ad.' Pound Tins of -' MonogramTobacco
JSuexs: the member are so busy kins In her new fur :
Pink 2 Cans No. 2 1.2 Can coat and I
.hlnkln' about that dance tonight matchln' hat Hear in Xmas '
Salmon ___ .: 25c Pumpkin t lOc they haven't time to be bothered bringing Mrs. Mlddleton Santy's a fur Gents: Military Stationery

.vlth a little thing like eating coat for, Christmas, too Boxes
Maxwell House lb. ,3' Tall Cans W. P. Smith's done It again! Hazel Guy claims she's the't.only! Sets While You Wait'Complete

Coffee 23c Mackerel _. ., 25c Lost his bill fold. I mean person In Starke who's not In a'
This time he had SO dollars hurry- She's lend!In' a helping! .
In It Says the finder may [ hand toward malting the dance
iteep the money! If the papers tonight a big .
success Puttin'her
Bacon WHITE (membership cards.. licenses, )
I3'clb. shoulder to the wheel, as It Line Of Xmas
found are returned It's the third were where demon flu has takena I Cards And WrappingsAll
time he''s lost his wallet In the toll among
regular club
oast two or three years! .. members Gifts Wrapped, Christmas WrappingCARPENTER'S

Daisy lb. I Think I'll start follow In' him Thought It was about time that,
i around Just In !
hopes Life
Oleo ., lOc Cheese 20c ilj Riddle: What does a woman Now discovered its Camp Blending
reallxjSone it ,
j Small lb. Pork I love more than bridge? Pictures comin' out soon, I hear'
lb. Answer' : A bargain Truck Fame at last for our 'I
Picnic Hams 17c Hams 18c driver with a load of chickens Wonder if I could manage to1:
for 22c a pound completely sneak Into the background of
busted up a bridge party around of those shots? one

I Place YOUr order for Xmas turkeys at ernoon Ethel, Biggs', Seems last the Sattldy unsuspecting aft- I dance So long tonight, See you at the, The Rexall StoreI.

fellow knocked On the door,' l'Carolyn.. r I


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I': of LOCAL NEWSof "The j rise will reflect, not only NOTICH provement. Fund to reject any and All AW'4 of 8E'< of NWM H
the decrease \in hog' ,BRADFORD COUNTY, FldRTDA all bid*, at the Cotirthoune benln- of Kln nlry' Road Sec. 25. Twp. SW.
nln. at 10:00: o'clock A. M. on the14th .
-- -. but also the substantial Improve- December, llth., 1940 ., day of January A. D. It4t. 'W'49ofENWyicofas1.:'4 of NWM '
--- ment In domestic NOTICE IS BEnEfiT OIVKN KnHmnt for road right of way I Neo 2S, Twp. 5 8, it. 22 E., d
;Lewis, of Osprey. l let Mrs. Ralpb Barbour of Jacksonville The Rev. a n Carol 1 White. was here Saturday visit- Spencer A mand which Is expected The Chapter 18296 Lw of Flnrlda.Ants any parcel through which there lean 2 of elk 6, Lincoln City In '
I rJ Miss ing Mrs. spent Tuesday In Alachua price rise may not be so marked of 1817, known as the MUU- existing State Road, H'" of 1 HK! '4 W of Hy., Heo..32, Twp. .l '.'
Ellery M. Davis and attending the Gainesville J'HY ACT the following. driwrlbrdland e 1-1 HUE.
District during the first half fcf 1941 but In Kradfunl Blk, 47 In K end of 8iimp..on Tltl'wrFI:I':1-I OF t
Mrs.mss other friends.!! Cnnnty "Florida THE INTERNAt
and Conference ...
80 wld/ \
of City K strip feet > 1'4. ?
Larson the Methodist ex. IMl'HOVKAirJVT "r
It A. the price trend should be upward will be offered for sale at public FUND OF TUB
7 8 21 Bunt
Tuesday!! In Church. outcry for the hlghtit and b..t Twp Uanve ITATfII"! FLORIDA. '2', r
spent Mrs. I during the last half of the year," rash hid, subject to the right of NW... of NK"* .., NWV 14<'C!'. fly A. J. Thomas, Agent. Trustees f'
i \'ille. Henry Freeman of Miami the Trustees of the Internal Im 24, Twp. 0 S, It. 22 host. 10 Acre.. I. 1. Fund HrmJfcml County, It '.':
and Mrs. W. B. ,
Josephine Edwards ol Haynes of Jacksonville,
and Mr W Sarasota spent Friday and Sat. was a guest Monday of KAINMAKKK LEAVESLakelandMiss __ __. __. __. _. __. _u. __ __ if.
n, were ir Brown visitors In Jack- urday here with friends. i,Olive time and Amelia Ray. At Misses one who claims! she can LIllie bring rain Stoate by,' ym&SK&sgwwwGi : tC E( CCt<
1bursday. Mr. Haynes was a pupil of sitting on the shore of a body of ; rr I tCteCtCtC1. :
Miss Olive ;
For the high school or college Ray when the Haynes water, has returned to her Oxford 9& v'
Ir. S. Bradley and son, of student-M Remington "Kerne tie"I family lived in Starke. Miss, home after Lakeland' I 'c:7 OltrcIy ; !

were guests Sunday of -only 939.75. Bradford County had had Its best shower in weeks. : ,
S. f'Ulch.L. Telegraph, agents. Mr. and Mrs. I. P. snepherdwere Miss Stoat. said she had"kept her I GREETINGS I )
I Jacksonville Sunday promise to the berry growers of i I
B. A. Rennolde and.Mrs.. : .! Mrs. Cecil Price of Quincy, visiting: their son, Ira, who Is in the Plant City section who I I
i ndrix were visitors Inlie has returned to her home after Vincent's Hospital on account brought her here. Heavy rain i ,
: N Monday spending a week with her mother, of being accidently shot In the were reported yesterday In the

Mrs William Norris, and Mr. hand while on a hunting trip. Plant City area. SANTA CLAUS U
item Long of Jackson- Norris t Friends here of the Shepherd I ;

L here Sunday! visiting: ...' family are glad to know that Ira HOLLAND NAMES SECRETARY :
her,, Mrs. F. H. .Long,. John R: Sharp, who hag been will Is rapidly not be Improving and that It' Bartow-, vernor-elect Spessar'd Take A Tip From The Smart Old Fellow ':

confined in'a Lake'Clty necessary amputate Holland hair ahhounced the
A. X Wainwright, ofJJi with a broken shoulder for hospital the his hand. He was brought Tuesday appointment ''of his campaign And Shop At J. M.. Alvarez' For Smart i
to the
spent Monday here past several months, la the guest here. parents manager Ralph Davis of Tallahassee
est of Mr and Mrs. A. of his sister, Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. as his executive secretary. Gifts For The Men In Your Life. Ir
Davis In a native of Lakelandand I

j jI Mrs. Maria K. Hull was in has resided in Tallahassee ,
F. w Varnadoe o fIt Starke last week looking after Bob Jones since 1933: when he became a i

spending awhile here property Interests. She was on deputy state Insurance commissioner i
dV Of
In Our Entire 47 Years Business In Starke !
parents Mr. and Mrs. her way from Hempstead, N. Y. He WAS on the staff of tr 't

aim.mmffhlng. to spend the winter with relatives the Lakeland Ledger before as-
In Homestead Comments On Here suming the Mute office. Davis Have We Offered Such A Complete And Refreshingly Jt;

.wort2twhile-a And Hereafter resigned his state Insurance position -

1M "Kenn-tte"-complete The W man's Society of Christian on December 1 and joined the
In Smart Line Of Men's As We Are Offering
type) "rlter-$29.7. Bradty Service of the Methodist America we believe in religious Governor-elect at his home in Habadashery I I

Telpgl'1lph, agents.irjorle Church will meet'' Monday afternoon liberty. We believe that I Uartow.
every man has a right to worship .
December 16, at Now.
three 0'- I 1
Monti- God according to the dic- To
Slump of clock, at the church.
Progiam relicnCOLDS
nt the week-end here and business meeting tates of his own conscience, providing M ;I

> parents Mr,. and Mra.. his method of worshipping
God does not Interfere with the Liquid I .1
I ump. Mr. and Mrs.: A. O. Andieu, Mr. method of some other man In his Tablets! STETSON HATS @ Metis Bathrobes. and
and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins SaJie
worship God. In our countrywe 666
land Mrs L. D. Vining daughter, Joan, and Miss Hannah have Nose DrepsCough I LOUNGING ROBES
nday in Valdosta, Ga., i, the most priceless thing The "Smart" Practical Gift r l
Swindell were In Stuart'' Sunday I In the world, that Is, religious Drop"
[Mr. Vining's sister, Mrs. Flannel and Silk f') '
Try "Ilub-M.v-Tlwn" a Wonderful
attending the funeral of Mrs. I liberty. They do not have that $5.00 'up it'I
nmmerman. Andrews brother-in-law, Jack I in Uiuun r '
some countries of the world. $2.45 "
Harrison The writer has been In some foreign ; upBOTANY :1
nd Mrs. J H. Ritch of :
countries where men had to :1l
rille, were wee k-end ,,4 l
|of their son-in-law and Yon can uffnrd to gilt a ItemIngton ,,1 I publicly worship pod*: as the government WINGS SHIRTS

Mr, and Mrs. S. R.f portable typewriter for 4 told them to do w TIES :t

r Christmas. Any,. cwodel I.. only, $J We old-time orthodox'Chris The Ideal Xmas Gift 8 '
down and $.), a 'month.. ,Prices t tians who believe in the virgin "Our Complete Xmas Line"
start at $29.". 1 birth and the Deity of Christ and
if f At Last 1t t the vicarious a N'd substitutions! $1.65LEATHER All Shades and. Colors 'I ,

T. J. Griffin and'N.. T. Bitch atonement whlch-He made by the $1.00 t

were In Jacksonville Sunday and shedding of His blood on the {,f. I It
they were accompanied' to the cross, and His bodily resurrectionfrom STQ
Your :
Coughon city b y Mr. Griffin's grandson, the dead and salvation by JACKETS & ;J Ji

Cliff Mendoza who spent the grace through His atoning blood;
relieves promptly be- COATS GIVE HIM A PAIR OF .:/
past ten days here with his have nothing to fear in a country ;
goes right to the seat of the
I to help phlegm loosen and aid and nature expeln grandparents.' where can there with Is "religious religious liberty.We pride"match "Something lie Can Use I "FLORSHEIM SHOES" .:;;

t and heal raw, tender In- Friends here of Mrs. W. L. the Compel we preach and r
bronchial mucous mem- the results which this Gospel I tI I $6.95 to $13.50 For Xmas $8.95 up 4 r.
U 1 your druggist to sell you Wall will regret to know that she accomplishes ,
ifCreomulslon with the un- Is seriously ill In St. Vincent's : against the messages I Ir..wr.rFor
you must like the way It Hospital In Jacksonville. Mr. and results of other religious a/At Oit' // G i
ijrc the cough or you are Wall, Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. groups '
your\ money back.10MULSION. moving
Wall, of St. Augustine and A. 13. The Gospel which the writer New horn..ii..., |I Ifurnifurl DRESS GLOVES ;DRESS PANTS &
Wall, Jr., are' in Jacksonvillewith haft preached for about I quilt gay
i,Chest Colds Bronchitis Mrs. Wall. f, J JJ years: turns drunken bums'forty I And hire /* whpfIt. f Drown Tan or lilack i SWEATERS .

1 sober gentlemen: men with I WON'T forge i ,
r In thsir. heartsi.lntA.: .peaccful.cill, I- REVISED inninnf,,-: 1 $1.00 to $2.25 d $1.95 up

NAT SEZ: tens;. and Christian fallen ladies.women This into Gospel refined '-- I you can belt 5' .,.., ... .. .. .......... .. rfI

fit Uu'ne las of hustle and bustle comforts the brnken-henrtcd.
dries tears of sorrow. on human
In thin little old town of our cheek!!!, and sweeps away the I J M. ALVAREZ I

6' which has suddenly come to life clouds that gather In the skies % .

t: /j' with, .poe hour parking signs and above human heads. This Gos- GENERAL P INSURANCE
hot ; stand pel wherever it Is preached puts
dog on every corner
I know you good old Bradford men to writing music and singing PLEASE PHONG I THE DEPENDABLE STORE ESTABLISHED 1894 I
songs. It lights the torch of culture

County farmers must feel sort of and always proclaims the --- 4.. ; :.:a >>a1h 1 >>a >>1 '
funny when you hit town. Well, rights of the individual to pursue

t/ ( you ain't by yourself old ,friends, the plan he believes God has
for his life. This Gospel gives, ..
ere's a fellow who' is In the
grace for the dying hour "n d.
same boat. makes men and Women say with I Let Your Western Auto Store Automatically Solve

their last breath, "Death where

Is thy sting? Oh Grave where isl I 'kill.a' Your Christmas Gift Problems .
OWNS thy victory?" ,
"Our crowd die well." That ,
SLIPS statement! was made. by a great
preacher of this great Gospel as I COASTER
who had r WESTERN FLYER Bicycle
''ALL he watched those dying
KINDS OF Watch t her under the power, of,, .his Gospel The "Commander" only $24.95 WAGONS
Into a definite
BEAUTIFUL messages come '
eyes shine Christian experience. It Is strange :.1:*...,. n1.T.nv" KI.VKII: I.. .fl...lflr.llr' ...>"l...4ronwtru ....01 Streamlined "Mer-
[ .*i4l fw proald. M I".. llf. of eyelt.g ri..,...*.. -
walk In the
iXDERWEAR who could '
that men J.,' .. 4 bike of ...."....011.. ...........1 ....U.'tloa. nudon $5.35
when she sees light prefer to walk In darkness.It flint. Mill rake Your ,......... the ...7 ..f l.. cury .
0 .. ..........
In strange that some men who a.1. .1.
$1.98$2.95 .... ..
III.. n.d fln b..utlfalELECTRICAL
HOLEPROOF79c could go home to heaven and GIFTS FOR THE rid ...01 .r 01..1. .......-...
walk streets of gold seem to pre- HOME ........1 U..I.h. "' ....h. under
.rnrx hnndlr. flnlnkrd In
PJ;;; fer the wide road on earth that lu..'..... .11.. I....*
SETS CCk ::, leads to the outer darkness of Toasters Electric Grills .hl'I>(...... his ea p..

eternity ... ..... ." .. .. .
will : ra? -a _ulrk .u.. Mb' ( .01..01. -.r- .L/a "Mercury Flyer"
sinner, turn Why .
SHEETS "Turn "L.ae'-Modrr..brara ....1.. --,.- .1.4.1TRUETONE .u..l." .... .:.
& you die?" "+tTrmmllmrr"mtnmmtlv ". _- .:a."'" -- .1.41$3 98

OW CASE Rise In RADIOS Waffle Irons Killlm. 10'..:. .f mortem
I Look For ......,., HvHklr-dlBi* ...111..,.-
Single1.89 .rn. wkrvl. nloklr-plnlnl.
SETS Hog Prices In 1941 t% Cornet $12.50 Petite $8.95llrlllUatlr hub eat. MO rnwli rdirr tocut
.......... kaort or rlotkloic."PlaMor
have! Modvra rf lKHlrfc I. i
Florida hog farmers who Tl.y ..1..., .
0 ..
t> II. ..atckiy adTwin"
50c&$1.00 ........ -
do I r./.r. It rmmtmrrnrr .. Flyer
would well to .. .1,.
feed available vNr ....._11.. pla.le' ... '._1..1.. ..........
their until! ...... ..
continue feeding hogs 4 are .ells'
after Christmas before marketing I i rmm to .parkllag !..., .plloM, DeLuxe $2.79

them, believes R. H. Howard, out ......... ..
79c $1.00; $1.15Free Ambassador $5.25 A dandy with fn look economist with t b eState ......,. fund In .1..... vrlrrrt
I Envoy $29.50 .......... ......".11,. U..I0.
Gift Box With Agricultural Extension Service. $21.50 C...k. t<*.. lit ll.... bleat !. blvh .1.... r..rf ..d. ........ ...
Purchase of Every Marketings have been heavy tol I r 1..1.. ..". Illub pant,. Mtrun* '"-, a <. b du......-<....
v- Two Pair date and he believes they will be Pow..rf.l ,-....* ace .,. H I b I .trl...t ......1...
lighter later, resulting In slightly I .....If.. .0..11. Ice- SSort. .wara. beadElectric Irons
The additional A L. ... 1".1.... ca.I f*..k .....0. "Pla-Mor Tiny Tot"S
Increased prices. ra....t... Hallt-la ...... HaHt'lmlr '
.Ii'x J:iy 9 feed will put added weight on .....*... aerial ,-....,* $1.12 to. $4.99
\f' : LEATHERJACKETS the hogs and advance many of'I $1.05A

\ them from No 2 to No. 1 grade. I writ ........<*trd ....... .......
Yields of both peanut and corn Hot Wave Hot Water Heaters For The Auto vo e orl.llr for. tko llfll folk.drr .
S two lot to*
have been good
this year bl. .... bravr, bal ......r
furrowed I
i$6.98. to $12.50WEMBLEY and the number of pigs ) "Supreme" twin-flow $9.65 "DeLuxe" $6.10 .......
... In. the fall of 1939 and spring of
j ... . .. .
than for year /O. M r4 4MM -Ntf r4 lit *-
a ,
Y less ,
1940 was!! Compact *lze| big capacity Quick heat ..pll..uy low earlier.slightly better As a demand result for he heavy sees j)' --JrbfDI drUlng- comfort Fatly |fU&'- .Uf. %*.ltb all .It..fc..ttl. ..*! fHll..... 77c to $1.98Daisy

hogs after the first of 1941. I Gay Christmas Lightsftkwlfc
The economist believes that the)
Air Rifles
"NOR EAST" number of sows furrowing thl_' .1....... aid, ..d.r.vrlt.r. ..|.r......

fall will be greater by about 3.00O FLASHLIGHTS wiring -____.__-.__..-....__ ...._- 33; c .....,._'".. ._ ... __.s/.af
TIES than the 10-year average, although Rl..trl* ...11....... WHKATIIH. r.M.f.... N*""lSt. VI--- .. *1.M>
I .. ... --n' hal. tabs ac'
"h cord 3H: ---
less than last -- -- :
ICRESCO slightly "It.d-Ild.,' .:; ..: ::
I .2.4.
$1.00 For the 1940-41 marketing, From 30c to 92c ........ M\ZI. balba. for J4o r aad oat'arbl.....trp.* I.OiM-- -....... ll.tet.
year. ) tI_. r- ..._. ------r---------. .-alas l*..J.. AdJ..tiifcl.
I year which began October 1. hog I ........
MAKE FINE GIFTS marketing are expected ,to pad I'

r-- about 10 percent smaller than aj,
earlier In both Florida '
year I Western Auto Associate
the United State StoreV.

"Hog prices In 1940-41 are expected -
TERNBERG'SI to average materially)
S. ST. JOHN Owner
L higher than In 1939-40, he saysIn i it

I( the annual outlook report. ...



., ,

K DF.cF.\no
vi, nit B .. _
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and freedom from insect: that led our climate and ask, "How cold winter
Dear Santa Claus:
Dear I am Santa seven Claus years: old and am I I am going to school. I am in Happy this area to be selected as the will it get?" "How long"; doesyour' of plentiful Most of oUr relll c0mer
one suitable for Blanding. Health bad weather last? and shower 1 1pleasantest In
In the second grade 1 have beena the 4th grade. I want you to March Ia tile
very good little boy this year.I get me an air rifle. bicycle. 2 cap measures put Into effect here are "When Is spring? An answer to UltUelJYOne D
Blanding in fact those which are needed the last one Is that some deciduous flowers IrIOnth,
want you to bring me a bicycle, pistols a tractor and a motor- and Wltll
anywhere. trees down here bring out green blocs InB
If 110
truck and a football. you can cycle. --
leaves in late February. When -
bring it I would like very muchto Your loving friend. By Bill Duncan In a later
have a harp too. I Bert ... mason, Hampton, Fla. the personnel the thermometer gets down to the Issue we
1 i The pastime of jooktng is of- Many.ot camp 20, we say it's cold-and It Is. liberty of 'III
Your little friend, Dear Santa Claus: fering varied sights and sounds from New York and other north- At times it's cold for a week and routes f o seeingattPIo tture
Ervin Trlest, Hampton Fla. cities confess this Is their "must"
these days with new establishments ern (
I want you to be a good old ,last season was pretty nippy for for xb
mushrooming along Road first trip to Florida. Some, in 011 their firm tho8e
ClausLetters man and bring me a twentytworifle. vl,
Santa i lt
month. But can recall
a we
Claus a
Dear Santa : and
show be- ,
And give the children the 48 In competition with the old their weaker moments at of will l
I want you to bring me an air things they want. And be brave stands of Road 13. A visiting wilderment, albeit pleasure, as to year when it didn't freeze all Couple weeks ro tour
rifle and a football and a sack
correspondent ,has aptly described
coming down the steep root
tractor, and a
of candy,
Your friend Starke, In its present state, as

v. Dear Santa Claus: cowboy bicycle suit that with Is all cap I pistol want. anda Junior\ Page, Hampton, Fla. the the same crossroads way businesses of Florida.affording In- Looking For Something?

I are fine. I sure
hope you Your loving friend,
won't forget I Dear Santa Claus: after-dark diversion are meet- Whether You Are New In Bradford County Or Have Lived
hope you Cyril Liston Pickren, Hampton.Fla. I am In the Fourth Grade. I ing places of Jook patrons from
want a rubber doll and lots of Here All Your Life Whether You Want To Buy Or
am 9 year old and my teacher all corners of Florida and theutheaat.
clothes for it and I want a bl- Sell You Will Find This Classified Directory A Great:
Is Mrs. Floy Sullivan. I go to For the first time, ap- -
cyclo and tome candy. Dear Santa Claus: Hampton School. Christmas is parently, those who regularly cup Convenience And An Easy Way To Communicate With
l 'i, Your Loving friend, I am a good little girl. I wanta almost here so I want to tell you an ear before orange-and-yellow Thousands Of Other Telegraph Readers
Ruth Sibley, Hampton, FIs. ruler. I will leave the rest to
I for Christmas. I
what want
lighted. electric phonographs. in
I -
Dear Santa Claus: you. Your little friend want a pair of riding pants, color southwest -f Florida may,, compare, IWjf

I am a little boy 9 yean old Joan SweeneyJ;- Hampton;'Pia." Wok'pencil box ,crayons,' dress' notes with devotees of the similar -' AUTOMOBILES BEAUTY PARLORS HEATINGKEEP
and some candy, and grapes. I brand of entertainment In'
In the 4th grade in school. I -- --
want you to bring me a wrist Dear Santa Claus: don't guess It Is too much and I northern sections of the state. I PARTS"UHeCI Tire, Rebuilt SI'ECIALS At N 0 Sacrifice I HARM
hope you can bring it to me. Do Generators Auto Gla-a-Caith In Quality 0 f Sen-ice- i T'hh Win
watch with a leather band, a type- How are you getting along? A QUAKER
you feel good Santa. Because Citizens who hope for a not too For Cars And Trucks In Any LEILA'S BEAUTY SALON I OI-B:
writer, a 75 piece soldier, cannon I have tried to be a good boy. In Ing Heater ('lean
and fort set, a football, a suit school I like my teacher. Her Christmas is the biggest time of violent night life hereabouts, will Condition. Call Street 12-6 I leal Heat Also .
the year and don't forget what I be glad to know however that - -, o. i, ict
some fire works, fruit, nuts and name Is Miss Floy Sullivan. I HASKINS AUTO PARTS eratorw. Pay on
want and don't forget my house. places which do not operate with- EATINGHOT Easy T
candy. want a B B gun and a tractor Just North of Town On Road IS
From and a tent. I hope you are doing It is yellow and green, and I in reasonable limits, or that would 12-6 _n __ __ _n_ ___ D.\ICB"S
Spencer Crews, Ralford, Fla. well. have some sisters and brother: too encourage, inebriation among soldiers PLATE LUNCHES, Sandwiches Starke, IlK,
Your loving friend and bring them something too. will no be patronized by And Short Orders
Dear Santa Claus: James Collins, Hampton, Fla We all have been" ,good. I guess the Army, with' the aid of eagle- Are Our Specialty. ROOFINGFOR
I am a little girl of 4 and it'a i I better close. eyed M. P.'s. -- SHELL PLACE
getting nearly Xmas time so I Dear Santa Claus; novelties for all branches of Road 13 Starke, Flo 12-6 ROOFING ,\lill:
: thought I would write and let go to Hampton school I Your loving friend, Lots of grand publicity, byword : S E]
the service KEN SUSLOW, lUT.Hlm
you know what I would like for Santa I want a pair of roller Martha Pearl Home, Hampton, of mouth and newsprint, has FLOOR SURFACING see A
209 E. Call St.? Starke, Flu. Metal Work
you to bring me. I want a big skates, and I want a bicycle, andI Fla. gone out from Starke. But it n0o S. CB|
doll. Also and would seem, in our opinion, that -- -- -- Gainesville, na
baby a wagon want a doll, and I want a doll Dear Santa Claus: P'Gt,
} some other toys. I'll be good ca rrla ;e. I want a doll carriage for there has been stress on some BAKERIES BEST: EQUIPMENTIn 1141.
and let you select them. I also Your loving friend, phases of Standing's construction, Town; Reasonable Prices.
Christmas. I
hope you are feeling
t have a little sister. I would like Ada Beth Padgett, Hampton, well today. And I also want a at the expense of other worthy FRESH D.11L1'Bread Estimates Gladly Furnished.W. RADIOSREPAIR

for you to bring her a pretty Fla. train. I love you very much andI facts of the picture. It Is perhaps I'lrs Cakes. Just A. BJo SS"NT, JR.
rattler. too easy to drive along the 114 Call St. Starke, Fla.
love Like Mother Used To
hope letter.
you my Work
One of your little friends Dear Santa Claus: Your highway, viewing the many tents Done At Lo
friend Make.
loving Prl-
Jackie Russ, Brooker, Fla. I have tried to be, a good girl. and shacks that cluster among FUEL OILun Town. See 1,
Margaret Hall, Fla. New .
Hampton the STARK B.tKKRY: Radio On Display_
I blackjack oaks, and
I am in the third'grade. hope respond ..
Dear Santa Claus: you are feeling fine. Will you Dear Santa Claus: with the summary judgment that 213 tell Street 12-6 -- -- 31.\}''':S' R\DIO SERI I

I am a little girl 5 years old.I please bring me ,a big doll, anda I want a football and some one is beholding a sad state of -:. ", KEEP StarUe. Fl.,
want you to please rememberme color book and crayons, and a affairs. We feel somehow that BARBER SHOPSNO '- WARM -

and all the other little girls) bicycle for Christmas. pistol candy, and and a a bicycle little tractor and a that cap the novelty of mass camp life effects -- .. .;t'-'($ THIS TYPEWRITERS- !

and boys Xmas. Your loving tlrlend. will and haa wheels it. the observer ,,more than apparent WAITING Seen Barbers 0 WINTERHEAT
Wish you would please bringme Blanche Durham Hampton,I run on hardship., We must add At Your. Service. Shower, WITH OIL
Santa Claus
a big doll with a suit case Fla. you are good to bringall that some of the so-calle'l "Okies"currently Bath A Specialty. Phone 55 Remington portables fin ea.|
fall of clothes, a sewing machine, our good things that we like. show term. $.t
an earning power THKKK FRIENDS BARKER STANDARD OIL CO. 12-6 down $1 e mon
still I want basketball and
a tea set, a big rubber doll and Dear Santa Claus: a equal to those who drive by them Call St. SHOP 12-6 1- .--- l'r'ices, Mart at $J9.7 <-,
bed room slippers. I.want yoh to bring me a rifle all things that you want to bringme. in better cars and pass out sharp : ford County TI'legrHpb.WATCHES.
----- GASALL
I think thaf know
and I want a and a bicycleand you whatto
Hope you have a nice Xmas wagon comment. .Several of the camps BUILDERS
bring __ __
a pistol. Will bringme - n
Love, cap you are like tourist camps, except .
Jacqueline Dyal Brooker, Fla. a motorcycle.Your loving friend that the Inhabitants wear working All- Type of construction: new APPLIANCES For. Home

loving friend I Carl. McGruder, Hampton, Fla. clothes and are not tourists structures or repaint. Plans, And Offl<'4'. Stoves. Heaters
Dear Santa Claus: J. ,,1* Slade, Hampton, Fla. Dear Santa Claus: 'l he cold weather has been com- estimates, and architectural Water Heaters Etc. Satisfaction REPAIR: Work With A __
I am a little girl of 1 year andI antee of Satisfaction. SH
How ? I ratted by many with a sufficient services free.-G. M. Davis Guaranteed.GAINESVILLE.
Dear Santa Claus: are you am sendingyou line of
am wanting moat of all a little I I Elgin and RiiWatohen
this letter to tell whatI minilier of btacketa and camp- general contractor, 736
doggie, I'ocker, Teddy Bear and, I am In the third giade. My you I E. GAS CO. Just. rallied,
want for Christmas. I to fires. The sites share the same Depot, Gainesville, Fla. Phone 072
I go So. Virginia Avenue
also a pretty little doll and acme Name Is Grace. a m eight J. II. COtRTMAM-H
other things such as fruits and years old. I want two dollysfor Hampton, School and I am in the Advantages < altitude, dryness;1 1064. 12-20 Gainesville Fla. 12-6 Starke. Fla.It's .

candle. I have 2 other sisters hrlstmaa and also a bicycleand fourth grade. My age Is 9. I

I want you to think of them also. a doll carriage. I sure hope live In Hampton., I am not ask-
will) not forget me. ing for much but I am asking fora
I haven't asked much this Christmas you ,
for I am not very large ao Your loving friend. house and a black board and

I'll be looking forward for Jots Grace Dickinson, Hampton. Fla chalk. Your H will close,friend answer soon. just plain boss sense v 1 WERE
loving' ,
of things next Xmas. Please not '
Dear Santa Claus: Margaret Dyal, Hampton, Fla.
forget grandmother too. to old
my I I hopes:. you/re' getting along swap your car
Many thanks Sasita .
fine. -T have b -very(neon."butI .Deaai, Claim: >-
Little Billie Ann RUHR, Brooker, still want yfiu to cortle'to my I Wan'som'$ tools} Dear Santa Ti'ffwito SWAPPIW

Fla. houBe. I want you to bring me a Claus don't get smutty when you

,Dear Santa Claus: bicycle and an air rifle and, that'sall come down the chimney.I .
I have been a good little boy.I for this Christmas! want a B B gun and I want

want a bicycle and some roller Your loving friend, a pistol. -

skates. Leon Trlest, Hampton, Fla. I Your loving friend, *(

Your friend Dear Santa Claus: Billy Corbin, Hampton, Fla. 12iGARS YEAR O

Milton Crlffls. Hampton, Fla. '
Dear Santa Claus:
I am in the three grade. Please
and bus. I I I want a pair of shoes and a
Dear Santa Claus: bring me a bicycle a
I am u little girl eight years hope you are getting along all suit. I want a watch and a rifle
I won't forgets I and some shells and a cap' pistol.I !
old and I am in the second gradeat right. hope you
school. I want you to bringme me. That is all that I can think want a box of.candy and some

a doll and tea set for Christ of now. !aecana. I want a bicycle and a
Your loving friend Basketball. I want a little car.
mas. Please bring m y baby ,
brother a red ball. Harry Junior Tidwell, Hampton Your loving friend,

Lucille Your Brown little Hampton friend, Fla. Fla. Grady Williams, Hampton, Fla. Bring your old dobbin in

Dear Santa Claus: HK.\VY STOCK SALES

Dear Santa Claus: I am sending you this letter to Wllllston.-The past two weeks and get a later model!
I urn In the Fourth Grade. My tell you what I want. I am go- have seen a n all time record

teacher Is Mrs Floy Sullivan. I Ing to Hampton School. 1 am In broken on the livestock market ....

want some story books and a the fourth grade. My age is here. Last week over 1,600 hogs

color book and some crayons. I eleven. I live In Hampton. I were sold for around 18,000 This .
would like a basketball. I hope want a doll and a doll carriage.I Is the largest number of hogs ever o -

:you are feeling ',fine and don't want a doll that will cry. I will sold on the market during one

forget me Christmas Eve. clone for this time, good bye. week. This week about twelve

Your loving friend, Your loving friend hundred head were Bold bringingover .

Norma Sweeney. Alma Rhoden, Hampton, Fla. $12,000 for growers.

SPECIAL PRICES! With the big new Ford selling like hot

{-:,? cakes, were' ..ldngn "trades" right; and left! We can't hold' : 4 3 :
"" :
E.Allc 'em! 4 .....
They've got to go! So we're sacrificing prices on all
G 1 our 1/

: ICES It makes and models. Many are only 1-2-3 year olds..fine modONLY A WEEK

ern cars that will stay up-to-date for a long, long time to come! after low down- t

SPECIAL DEALS! We're Hoss Swappin'. We're in payment buys
Van Heusen Shirts a dealing l
Van Heusen Ties $1.00 mood! We're prepared to give you an allowance for your old any Used Car offered 3'" "

Van Heusen Pajamas $1.95 up dobbin that will take your breath away! An-allowance so big in this Sale !

that you just can't afford not
to get a better car right now!

Other Shirts Other Ties Other Pajamas

$1.00 up 50c up $1.00 & $1.50 Giddyap you old car owners! Come on in today! Swap on your own terms and deal yourself a bargain!,

Men's Lounging Robes Silk _and_ ? Wool_ _ _ $5.00 up Ask Us For Prices On These Bargains .

Men's Flannel Bathrobes _. _ .. __ __- $2.98 1939 Fjord
-- Dx
i Coupe :
Belt & Buckle Sets Men's Flannel Pajamas

50c to $1.00 $1.50 & $1.95, 1940 --- Ford Pickup '

Bill Folds Leather Jackets ;) :

$1.00, $1.50, $2.00 $6.95 : 1939 Ford Pickup J 1' "

Big Line Men's Shoes __ _ $2.95 to $5.00 Jiii.f

Men's Extra Pants $3.50 to $4.95 I

)' We Also Carry A Big Line of Ladies GoodsJACOBS' J. W. ANDREWS Jr.


Trade while I thq i tra ins's



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14. DEC

BROOKERf train.Donald and Harvard Hazen, !!gl S&i l&Sg--W"'CI "ICtC >>' .
L. I- Parker watch and baseball outfit.
f\MN. 4 npounced Julian Hazen, rocking home :
)gardage/ s. M. Jolott have Minnie Lou Hazen doll and '

nler and, Estelle the Mrs.marriage to Morgan of their Lee watch.Jlmmle Hazen, wagon. and rockIng I CELEBRATING I

JIII1I cember Of 211*ittsthephome Marcia horse Kay Hazen, doll and il !
pp) C A, Warren, atoa electric stove
Jte1. 'i
Charles Kelley, gun and tri
wore a wine milt cycle.

uowlng,bride,Worles the to ceremony match. they riage.Carolyn Kelley, doll, and car .1' Our Greatest J"

couple left on a motordough Roswell Kelley new suit.
Georgia and will be Wenston Delano Kelley. rattle
/ to their! friends atII' and teddy bear. .
!hOW II where Mr. Tllghman Is a Jackie Russ, doll with plentyof

cent Sowell In the of CCC Mlcanopy Camp.spent Milton clothes Hicks, truck. CHRISTMAS SEASON '
with his brother, J. H. That's all Santa/ See we have
who celebrated his 53rd not asked you for very much and V '
anniversary at that"time. hope this letter saves you lots ,,
1 and Mrs. Sanford Ritch of time. Thanking you very '
Gene, of Ralford were much, we are just a group of 1 t :
pa Mrs. Ritch's parents, Mr good boys and girls from Brooker. In Starke And Bradford County
Bra! L A. Brown Sunday., Look on the mantle for a big .
Meeting Postpone piece of cake. Love to you and .',
sewing Club meeting was Mrs. Santa. Hoping to see you ,:
ed last week because of| Christmas. I, .
of S. Dukes, but will .j
Tuesday afternoon at the I :
Hazen.Lfcs State Welfare
Mrs George '
will be Mrs. Hazen,, Board's surplus commodity
L. L. division distributed a record 6-
and Mrs.
Barry I
jOtta of w
040,321 pounds surplus commodities -

er.a Baxter pa were and visiting E. Worthington relatives I I month of In October Florida, it during was an-the 1 y a tC f fJ
nounced this week. '
thus i week. ,.'
-r'and Mrs. Larson Mintz and I
Inter Bobble, spent the weekfwlth Six 1
Mintz's parents "
ai .a .
|and Mrs L. R. Gainey. i4i 1)11 t. \
_I'll. Emma Knight of Tampa BECAUSEOF ". ',., .".
|t last week here with herM
Mrs. Jo:. C. Parker.
? p. M. Barefoot of Starke
[visiting the bedside of herr
\ Mrs. R. T. Osteen. Mon- MOUNTINGPRODUCTION i ; ,JSC 14
'Mrs:'Csteen has been 111 for .' I
_J months ;r
Lj, Chas. HardY Jr., spent ts e "
:: b
u- r '
jweek In Melrose with her COSTS t
uta Mr. and Mrs. G. E. MeI -

ey.Sutton of Bridgeport, Conn., WHICH I' i 1 1i
plaiting his aunt Mrs. Mary
Sunday MAKEIT z idSs .4iI' ;
a p
j-. and Mrs. Purvis Hazen of "
Ipton were visiting relatives .. ,
I Sunday, : i '1
|n. C. A* Crosby was visiting PROHIBITIVETO '
Ives in Miami last week. : '. "
_j Gladys Allen of Jacksoni g
i visiting Mr. and Met '
I *;
ry H.izcn last week.Letter PUBLISH I I ;
To Santa ClausDecember
10, 1940 ,
'e know you are very busy
days!, getting ready for I
i>teas, so a few of us boys ,. I
llrlg around here are writing, r ,t, '
I1 letter, all in one. It will TELEGRAPH tlill ,': f
i you lots of reading. c'J .. t
.. '
'I"JliVe"1tll' been .very..good "" "'AT 4 J "!" 'h' ro
dien;and especially these last ,
[weeks we've been very, very; \. .. V
,Here's our names and what OURPRESENT ". \
I want most:
lunette Green, wagon and. doll. I

ease ley Gainey Green,, tricycle.bathrobe' and i RATE, i Alexander. & Company Presents V,

nald Gainey, bed. WE WISH
est Douglas..boots and gun. k
larjorle File Crosby, doll and ,

|nye uge Waldron, doll and black TO Its Most Amazing Array
Ann Tyler, tricycle and W

orris Johnson, truck and trac- FOLLOWINGSLIGHT Of Xmas Goods For The Entire Family
IWtley Ann Parker, doll and I
age % i "I
leve' Kelly, tricycle and gun.
cquelyn Dyal doll and carr -

pries. Hazen riding boots and, INCREASEIN I FOR FATHERS FOR MOTHER. FOR ,SISTER ;

'nlta Feagle. teddy bear.
Illy: Tompkins, bicycle and SUBSCRIPTIONPRICES S Gay Housecoats $1.00 to $3.95 Junior Dresses \\1

Fade Pajamas ---- .- $1.95 Sizes 9 to 15 ___.___ $1.00 to $2.98 I

Silk Dresses 1.49 to $6.95
[OR QUALITY EFFECTIVE No Fade Shirts ------- $1.59 Lovely Step-ins ____ 25c to 59c

JANUARY 1 jij, Gotham Gold Sloppy Joe Jackets $1 to $2.98 9 .",
Fine Kid Gloves ______ $1.19 Stripe Hose ______ 79c to $2.00
1940 Silk Slips $1.00 up )
---- ----- --

1 YEAR $1.75 d- Interwoven Sox, 3 for $1.00 Silk Gowns _. $1.98 to $3.50 Silk Pajamas .__ ._ $1.00 up fIj J,1,1A

6 MONTHS-$1.00 Smart Tie Sets __ 50c to $1.00 Leather Handbags $1.00 up Boxed Handkerchiefs -- 25c up i

3 MONTHS-55c


r Pillow Cases .. __ $1.00 up
111) | Feet ,_._-____ 49c ,I Wool Suits _____ $3.50 up --- -- --- 50c .f
Linen Luncheon Sets up
--- ----------- ----
I to 6 Feet .______ 73c Shoes ___ $1.98 to $3.50, .
jto 8 FOR I Snappy Good Warm Blankets _________---- $1.98 to $11.95 I
Feet ._.____ $1.25
LESS THAN Belt Sets ------- .0- 25c up Men's Smart Top Coats _________________ $10.50 up w'

LL DAY CHRISTMAS 3 MONTHS. Dress Pants. ----- $1.00 to $2.98 Friendly Five Shoes ______ _._________-______ $5.00 -

AND NEW YEARS i RENEWALSON Boys' Boots _______ p? $1.98 up Mufflers of all kinds _____ ___________ 50c to $2.50



Pound( .__._ .___ 69c I AT OLD RATE

Pound _.____ $1.69 FROM NOW


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of the Board of, Public Instruc-
Bradford County Telegraph law, military or civic. Knott To Retire After 40 Years tion; O. C. Kelly In the amountof market a nUmber of trucks Into

Blackouts are certain to rule in most Public Service In Florida $2,00000 as Member of the I wOuld aid to 1nr
__ price.
I_. .-_ --_ .- Board of Public Instruction; p. With
-Established countries. But in the land where the torchof COIDPetitlon
{ William Valentine Knott. whoonce ( office since then D. Reddish In the amount of $2- The State

I MEMBERRIMPRESS Liberty has flamed through many periodsof "got Into politics and got He smilingly discusses his con- 000.00 as County Commissioner; ported a total Farlllers'

darkness, little children can greet again defeated for governor" will end. test with Catts for the governor- T C. Chastain in the amount of 10,000 Pints 01 appr
ASSOOAT1ONE. I II Ir time I got Into politicsand $2,000.00 as'County at
"One Commissioner the
on Jan.,''T'I"public career of 49( ship. eta
the wonder of the tree that Santa .Ing the
ever new
got defeated for governor and M.: O. Harrell In the amountof month ot
I brought. years. he said. Explaining that he never 2000.00 as County Commis- far this
3totarud 7lotinta' He will retire as state treas- mOnth
Because this is the one land where urer, to be succeeded by 40yearold applied for his appointments as sioner; eachexecuted/ by the Con kefrie, mOVed through

L. Mtt1ievts -._,___._-.:._.. Editor and Owner J. Edwin Larson of Jackson- treasurer or comptroller.Knott tinental Casualty Company of
t' lights burn on in the windows and on the ville. A state law assures Knotta and Catts were opponentsfor Chicago. 111., wall approved. On Monday

Published I Weekly on Fridays and Entered!: *. See- Christmas trees, let us all unite to make retirement compensation of $S- the Democratic nomination.The The Bill of the County Assessor market reported Decem

Mid Clans MatUf at the Pout Office at Stark. Fla. this a "light" Christmas: Whether it be 000 a year half his salary as first count showed Catts of Taxes for, making the SpecialLevy' bringing 15 ,to 17c 7'

-- .. state treasurer. ahead by 260 votes In 85.000 cast. 'for School Bond Service December 3. 1.gnn a I
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SUBSCRIPTION RATE in the expansive front yard of 'a mansion Knott.'now 77 years old. Is the Recounts In various precincts resulted against Homesteads was again ISc to lTc, while ping

i Yearly, IIII. O; Six Months. T5o! -Payable In Advance with trees bedecked by those who have dean of the executive branch of In Knott being declaredthe considered and the matter was 1.100 pinta bring pecan trolll

did not seek reelection nominee. referred to the Board of the pint.It .
Ad\'f'rU'nc Rates on Application plenty, or the tiny window of a small cot- government. He the Public
as treasurer be- Catts then was certified as Instruction. IS
this I
tage, show a light at Christmas time. Holiday "If I serve an- prohibition party nominee, and In aicatlons. '
he said
ceause .that 7mp'
J Make This A Light Christmas lamps of red and green strung like holly other term I would be In my 82nd' the November general election he Berries Start Christmas before|It

America Is Still Free wreaths in the windows of the land will year when It ended (In January defeated Knott by about 10,000 assume anything ,the

Dawn of Christmas Day will find the 1945)) and when a man gets into votes and served as Florida' governor From ,Plant City volume, like
spread their holiday message of greeting in his 82nd 'year he's an old man. during the World War per-

United States one of the few nations un honor of Him whose birthday is December I don't want to wait until I'm iod. Strawberry; shipments from TOM.XTO! I'tl'ts

shadowed by blackouts, unshaken by the 25. decrepit to retire. I'm In good Knott was appointed superintendent Plant City continued this 'week Redland GOo,,

screaming of dive bombers or the high i health and I've never had a pain of the state hospital In although the drought and cold ers are South Fare
Street after street, block after block, except a tooth ache." 1921 ahd served there until 1927 weather holds down yield. Prices, land tomato harvesting the,

whine of air raid alarms.Of Knott twice was appointed state when he was appointed state too, have been one .to o good, prices crop ta hi
and mile after mile, let us make this a light ., ranging
all the major nations in the world, treasurer-in 1903 and in 1923. He auditor. His treasury appoint- I but it is believed the advent of to the front WS1 I (
America is the only one, this year, where Christmas. For this is the year of our was elected In 1904 and In 1908, ment followed the next year.

the lights on the Christmas tree may burn Lord 1940 in America, and in America thereis going idn 1912 out to of accept the treasurer's appointment office as County Knott Ga.was, in 1863 born and in came Terrell to BOREE FUNERAL i HO

throughout the night without violating a Peace! state comptroller. He held other Florida In 1881 "In a covered Ambulance Service Day or Night Phne
offices before 1903. with my younger brother lit
---- wagon We have added a late model AMBULANCE
He ran for governor In 1916 and the family dog. He recalledthe to our Wn
city slicker with a for com- mingle with the delightful scent with special springs
Russell and was defeated by Sidney J.Catts. trip, started! near Atlanta required easy riding,
Kay tort ? of burning pine. In 1928 he was appointed 21 days to reach Lees- "A IIOME-IJKE INSTITUTION" G. II Bennett
In a weak moment I permitted ,
They told of the thrill of the treasurer and hag occupied the burr
some of ,my newspaper friends to hunt of woodlands that teemed
<, talk me Into joining them on a with wild turkey and deer. How
, TOO LATE deer 'and turkey hunting expedition. you would return to camp hungryas Governor Cone Anxious To Leave

TO CLASSIFY, .. They certainly painted a a wolf to find a meal fit for SQUARE DANCE
beautiful picture that made a king awaiting your arrival.It Worries Of Job And Take A Rest

I don't know whether you've Mother Nature look like a blue '
was a great sales talk andI Governor Fred P. Cone, won'tretire "We're thinking about building
ever gone on a hunting trip In eyed buxom blonde that awaitedthe Every Friday 8:30 P.
with fell for It,hook line and sinkeror after he leaves office next a new home," he continued, "If M
but if told of
Everglades or cot you open arms. They '
maybe I should be apropos month but he expects to take a we can find the money. But
haven't you should try It some the Joy of life in the open the At
of the' where and nay lock stock and barrel. long rest befor resuming his law until we get Into our new place The
time. It's a great experience, magic campfire you
Anyhow I ,found myself ever- practice In Lake City. I'm going to spend most of my
to be sat and smoked and allowed
particularly you happen your pipe
glades bound with a blanket,: The chief executive, making time sitting on the porch of, the
a more or less weak and puny the aroma of tobacco to 'NITE OWL
mattress, boots Jacket, shotgun, the' first public announcement of hotel watching the traffic go by." CAFEBALLROOM
rifle, mosquito bar, carving knife, ,,'
plans, said he would vacationfor He termedthe, governorship"a
CLASSIFIED ADS and a lot ofj I other equipment.I've about three months after the killing job."- |adding that "It

always thought that fIshermen inauguration of Spessurd L. Hol wouldn't be so tough if the man STARK)

were, nuts with the mess land as *his'successor. on January holding the office wasn't pestered ,
FOR SALE-31-acre farm with of Junk they gather together be- 1, 1941. almost to death by Job-seekers,

FOR SALE : five good buildings, pecan fore starting out to slay a black In addition to his law practice, delegations committees and peo- Music By

grove, potato crop 4 acres in bnss, but I'm telling you a hunter he again will become active In the ple seeking! pardons for their relatives THE PIONEER PALS
Four-wheel trailer 7x18 ft. strawberries. On Road 13, 3-. has a fisherman backed off the affairs of the Columbia County and friends."

Used show cases, 4, 6, and mi. north of courthouse.-Ben boards. Bank of which he is president. "I think I have made a good ..

8 ft. Dell. Starke, Fla. 118 4tp Well, we started from LaBelle "If tomorrow were January 7, governor," Cone said. "But I don't Admission 50c Per Couple
Priced Right For Quick and Journeyed south through Im- I .would be far more content thanI know how many people would
Sale LARGE HOUSE-for rent at mokalee until we reached a loca- am,'" Cone commented. agree with me. It will take time,

Klngaley: Lake. Suitable for :. lion about five miles north of "I'm looking forward to returning I suppose before they realize
(LASS OF ALL KINDS bachelor quarters-Mrs. E. S. the Tamtam Trail and seven or to' Lake City, Just like a what I have saved the state and
Matthews, Walnut St., Starke. little boy girl looks forward to the ,,'
And Automobile glass Installed eight miles east of the Immokalee I or, taxpayers. "
while you wait. Fla.: tf road. To reach It you haveto I seeing Santa Claus" he said, He said he feels "better thanI
travel about "And I'm, not kidding either." did 10 TH'EPERFECTGI
KEYS FOUND-Ring five miles In whatIs years ago but being < G I
Lake front lob east .hore. containing
on several keys 'and yellow\ gold known as a "swamp buggy"a "It has) been darn hard work governor did not improve my .
of Santa Fe Ijtkn four mikefrom d.t rFi 0
kind of being governor of this state he health-It
a cross! between a trac- was the operation. I "
Keystone Height, lOCh: signet at ring'Bradford may be obtained Telegraph by tor, tank and Jaloppy. The darn added "And with little time for had a few months ago." ",.
owner County
300 It..I" on nny tenns. office Identificationand thing runs like a combination fun or rest.I've missed both and The governor will be looking fora ePlecesrS

See upon of ad. steam 'roller and concrete mixer I expect to catch up with both partner when he returns to ;, r
,payment .
and Jars everything from your before 'many'more weeks go by. Lake City. ,,;..;.
JOE ]PETER'S GLASS FURNISHED COTTAGES on back teeth Q' your heels. When.,Governor and Mrs. Cone "named''' '' my former partner, \ '';

438 N.', SHOP 9th. St. Lake Santa, 'Fe. 5 mite east of Plow and (hen you get stuck In move out' f
Phone 000 ,GaJnenvllto, Fla. Wal'do.\: '" Electric lights, run- a, swamp and, it's.all hands out Tallahassd next month they'll court, and 'that leaves me withouta

ning water. Inquire Lewis In the mud and you chop down live temporarily' at least in a partner' and with'very little ii
FOR Jewelry Co. Gainesville Fla. hotel on Lake City's main street. practice,"' he said. "So I to
SALE-Household furniture \ trees and build a road on which plan ?
Apply t o Mrs. Cecil Bryant, tf you Jack' (up the lumbering Juggernaut The old Cone home will be take'on a young lawyer and let I II Chair'!!

1701 E. Ocklawaha Ave., Ocala, and continue the Jour made into apartments, the gover- him get out and get some new Ottoman!
Fla. ItpTYHKWKITKKS MACHINERY REPAIRS all ney. nor said '> business." h. End Tab
kinds. W e 1 (II n Jr and black-
New smithing.-Barnett Iron Works, Finally you reach the so-called LampsShade i
Remington -
portables, J5 down. $5 a Camp Blandlng, Fla. On Road campsite and have a lot of fun County, Commissioners Minutes !!

) month. Prices start at $29.73. 48, Strickland's Camp No. 2. untangling all the baggage, put- For December 2nd.
Bradford County Telegraph, tin' up the tents and mosquito MeetingThe
NOISELESS: REM INOTON- bars, dlggln for water and chop-
Starke. tf Standard office size, factory re- pin wood. Just to be helpful Board of County Commissioners A. Canova as sureties. was ap

FOR HALK- New and used. trailer built like new. Remarkable Mother Nature who turns out to of Bradford County, Florida proved.

bargains E & S Trailer Sales value $ISO cash Bradford be an old bag trips you on Jug- met December 2 In regular County Commissioners Bonds in
located at Palm Trailer Park Telegraph, Starke, Fla. tf fed protruding rocks and slashes session! with' the following mem- the amount of 2000.00 ''each I

Orlando. Fla. Alva and Na- you with saw grass and scrub bers present L. L. Conner. Chairman executed by the Fidelity and Casualty -
tional Trailers\ tf NICE LAHQE TRAILER for sale, palmetto. P. D. Reddish. Mallory Company of New York as

reasonable. Write G. W. L Mosquitoes, sandflles and red- Thomas, R. S. Waadln, and T. D. were approved; J. L. Wynn, and
FOR SAL.K-3-room house and Smith General Delivery, Starke, Dyal. W. Mitch Edwards.
audgs greet, you as a welcoming
t about an acre of ground on Fla. Itp committee and the dampness of Pauper allowance of Mrs. Rosie Bond of W E. Middleton in
Road 48 about 6 miles from Allen was discontinued.
FOR SALE Jersey milk cow, everglades night settles down on the amount of. 5000.00 as Superintendent .
Starke -
near Hellbronn
Springs. 'till feel like a cross be- was appropriated for removal of Public Instruction
milking 3 .1-2 ,gal. dally. Has you you ;
-Earl Cook, 'Jr.. Starke. Fla. expenses of a Mrs. Rauler- J. S,
tween a wet. and an Norman in the Complete/
third calf, heifer one month sponge over- amount of
IF YOU HAVK. ASTHMA, use old. E. E. Wasdin,. Waldo, worked,blotter son .and Ga.song indlgents, to Greenville 2000.00 as Member of the Boardof $29.95Give as shown here! I

Minion's Remedy which since Fla. 12-13 2tp Crawling. beneath your pup The purchase of a fluorescent Public Instruction; A. O. An-
dreu in
1895. has given relief to Asthma! tent, you drape your mosquito light for the' amount of $2,00000
And Bronchial sufferers 16- FOR SALE-Good used Plymouth bar about you and await sweet tor's office the County Tax Collec as Sheriff; E. K. Ferryman In "Him" one of these Chair Ensembles an
was approved. the
ounce bottle 92.00 postpaid. coupe bargain for cash. See slumber, but strange and weird amount of 1000.00 as County can be sure that you've chosen wisely! A pree!!
Order now. Sarco Remedy Com- Mr. Chandler at J. W. Whlte'aStore night noises keep you awake. The Application of Bernard Thyson Judge; A. J. Thomas In the
Alone fop Town _1i"1nPl.ta._.. D_.A._.._. amount of $1,000.00 years of "Home Comfort"!
n.n'r- as Clerk
pany. Sidney, Ohio. 12-$ 3tp Starke Fla. lip wind rustles a nearby palmettoand of
.- ery. Inc., for wholesale! of beer the Circuit Court; each
It Is executed
you Imagine a rattle- made
snake the was approved.The by the Fidelity and Casualty A big deep comfortable Lounging Chair
on prowl; you Just
about doze off and a crazy hoot- Board ouested! the Supervisor Co., of New York, N. Y., was approved man's relaxation and "solid comfort"! Together!

owl screeches overhead. The true of registration and the by the Board an Ottoman for added luxury! An assortment 0|
woodsmen in your party go off County Judge and the Clerk asa Bond ,of C. A. Knight In the .End
IDIIDIII to sleep the minute they hit the committee, to open the special amount of 10000.00 as County ers are available. A 6-way Lamp and an

Jv hay and entertain you with a ballot boxes used In the referen- Tax Collector executed by L. A complete the "perfect gift"!
chorus of snores that make a dum election and to canvass the Canova W. B. Parks and J. M.

symphony orchestra sound like a returns of same reporting the results Alvarez, as sureties was ap"
total loss. at the next regular meetingof proved. DENMAR

III IIINo. Then comes the dawn-but I the Board on January 6, 1941. Bond of E. W. Hayes as County JOHN H.

even before the first crack of It I Upon application of Foster Ski srxs&T1 In -
you are routed out of bed and Smith for duplicates of Tax Certificates ? B "juT"a5wr."jsrr,2:;
303 Sauce 3 for 25c
Half awake you grab a towel and 299 of August 6. 1928 FURNITURE
and 1438 of August 7, 1933; the
start for the bathroom to ,
Tall Milk-Carnation, Silver Cow, Pet and suddenly realize that there ain't clerk was instructed to prepare amount of $2,00000 as Member

no bathroom. Taking turn and to deliver said duplicates according 6, ...... .
Golden for lOc your
Key 3 for 25c 3 Small -
at the wash basin you dab a bit to law.Application -- 'K ......,.- -_,_._'---
of ice water here and there and of Mr. Rhoden for
COMPLETE LINE OF FRUIT CAKE answer the breakfast call, then widow's pension for the Union Under
Robinson children The MistletoeEVERY
MATERIALS while It is still dark you set out was denied.
In the wake of the guide In searchof Application 0 f Susie Eatelle
the elusive deer. Myrtck for widows pension was WOMAN WANTS TO LOOK HER LOVLIEST
After walkln' anywhere from ,' approved and ,application of Onle -- -. '
two to ten miles you take your Taylor was laid over for further Take Adr.'antage
WOODBURY Tomato investigation 21))
Heinz 130Throughl
place on what Is known as a Specials Dec. .
Notary Public Bond ,for J. R.
Dole PineappleDr. "stand. and one by one the members -
FACIAL SOAP of your party are given locations Kelley. In the amount of J50 00 AutoIatk

Phillip's ,along the edge of a signed by I* O. Powell and D. E. $7.50 Eugene Oil Wave $10.00 l17Jp

swamp while the guide with the Knight, as sureties was approved. / $5.00 Machineless
Orange farther Notary Public Bond for Orle Q, r
t dogs goes on to round up
j r Dr. Phillips the de ... You listen for the bay- A.$50000 Wiggins executed In the amount of 4 $10.00 Eugene Oil Wave Christmas:. Speci3if

ing of the hounda. which signifiesthat by the Fidelity One
Grapefruit Juices they are on the fresh trail and Casualty ,Co.., of New York $7.50 17ecem 13

of a vcnsion steak and you stand as surety was approved. MACHINELESS Starting
qourpurchatt 3cahs All ankle deep In muck with gnats Notary Public for T. Frank Through

at 3 For exploring your eyes, ears nose Landrum in the amount of $500: ,00 a SPECIALS Oil I *a re
regular price 'and throat Like they were special signed by J. M. Alvarez and L $5.50 End Curls $-1.50 ,3.50
ists. Then from afar
you hear blister on heel.
25cBENNY'S "yelp. yelp yelp." and you areas This goes on day after day. Phone 18 for $4.25 Or bring a friend
alert as a Minute Man at Sometimes ..If
get a $7.50
you S3S
turkey or a Machineless two
Concord Bridge. Ten minutes,1 For get
squirrel but your chance to landa Appointment 'J.06
twenty minutes, thirty minutes deer Is mighty slim considering for $5.00 for

GROCERYGuy you walt. Your nerves tense- the fact the state's paid hunters

and nothing happens. A coupleof have killed about, 3,000 in this Lady Fair

Sale Mgr. hours later a guide comes back area. But if you want to TRY, BeautyShoppe
and says "no luck" so you walk the state demands five bucks, Call Street 11>
back to and attend stark'-
camp the whether
you get any or not.
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