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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 22, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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file Increase Investor Here I Varied Christmas Services J Attractive New Homes For Starke Gen. Persons .ay.. I':


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Crime i f I .;lOne Takes CommandOf ::1'

-ra real meaning of the Christ- there will be a Young People's L ..

Grows S mas season will be brought Im- meeting and at 7:30: o'clock the ; 1
City pressively to the citizens and pastor, will preach. Camp

'' e visitors In Starke by a series of The annual Christmas tree for ,

Jailor Has Worries, rr: carefully planned 'services at'the the childrenwill\ be held,, Monday Expresses Himself ) .

Cut Most Of ThemOf .rawe various .churches in the city. nighty, at",7:30 o'clock.rresbyteriMn I ,
As Well Pleased "
The First Baptist Church will Church I ;

Minor atureS'.arke's aen e Ar begin Yuletide services Sunday Aa' part of the calendar of I Q+ With Set-Up Here I,:

and business +..rtsee morning with a "White ChriSt- union religious services In the
population mas" at the Sunday School hour, community, the Presbyterian Major General John C. Persons
(nasea, resulting from Boom and the offerings will be for the Church announces Its annual pre Birmingham Ala., commander of ,"

naturally, have their draw- ..reew beneflr of the Florida Baptist Christmas Vesper Service to be the Thirty-First (Dixie) Divisionof

ickn, Children's i Home.At held Sunday afternoon at 5:30: o'. the United States Army, together ,i I'
(Jailor Ben Rowe, the city'syman eau the 11 o'clock, hour the clock., with Headquarters and '

No. 1, even goes farther a choir will sing "0, Holy Night" This candle-light service, always of the most attractive homes built here In recent years Is staff officer, assumed command j

( declare that It' Is" "drunk and k and "0. Holy Christmas Morn- one of the,' moat beautiful this two-story house ,of Colonial, inspiration, recently, I completed of Camp Blandlng last Friday upon 'i

ball boom 40. Ing." Miss Clyde Nelle Thomas during the holidays, offers the for Mr. and' Mrs 1<:. G. Duncan on Walnut Street. 'Starke Is his arrival aboard a special \
Just to prove his point he read will ting as a solo "Christmas"and opportunity for understanding andappreciating Its and train of the Southern Railway .
attractive
I experiencing greatest building boom many more '
thin week, to a Telegrapher the Rev. A. E. Lightfoot. some of the fine Immediately after arriving at ::f.\
homes under
are construction, or being planned.
of the various andy
some e pastor of the church, will take as Ch'lslmaa'muslc: of the Christian Camp Blandlng, the high Army .J
things with which he Is -Sra- 1 his subject "The Spirit of Christ : official signed an order which '
fronted over a single week- faith.The made him ofA'
mas. service this 'year, a* In Camp Commanding
,, At the evening service, Chap the past Is one, of the high points fleer and another by which! Cot 't

rest! : and foremost Is the storoI lain Allan Brown of Camp Bland of the Yuletide season and a cor- R. II, Kelley became Station .A;\

I complaint that someone has, I I II Ing will deliver the sermon. At dial Invitation Is extended to (CASC) Commander and Execu'i,

a someone's automobile; or I 8:45: o'clock a bus will leave from members'' of all churches and to s tive Officer. Lt. Col. Ray K. '

I "somebody knocked me out I '. the church going to the cqmp, all vi3ltor! and residents ,who Smathers, executive officer, was ''
J I stole my purse." Jailor Rowe and all young people from the find themselves in this communityat designated, aa Post Adjutant by ""I!

i long ago learned not to toner various churches are urged to go Christmas time. I1_ d order of Major General Persons. ;

aa very serious these two on the bus and sing Christmas The service In charge of the The Army officer expressed his ,:.J'

mplatnts. Because as he ex- carols at the camp, under the Young ;People Whom., a the past k1'1' gratitude this week for the reception I
kins, you find nine times out sponsorship of Chaplain Brown have made the Christina Vespersa I which' had been afforded him "''i,j i''

ten, the complainant doesn't I'Jf and Chaplain Holland. beautiful Service of Worship. by Florida people upon his arrival ,
n have a description of who '!'l Methodist (1iurrh St Mark's; Episcopal: at his new post, and said lei 1

meted to assault him, or what ': I I Church School at the Methodist The customary Holy Communion that he la especially pleased with {!t
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person looked like who stole I Church will beheld as usual service wibe! ,held at mid the fine weather that Florida Is ;J

I automobile. In the first place, Sunday morning at 10 o'clock and night on Christmas Eve!: at St. having "r,
I said, half of the time persons lessons will be in keeping with Mark's, Eplaco i1',Church here. In He pointed to this as an Im'f'
One of the numerous Investors Mr. and Mrs. Junlus M. Smith are now occupying their well-
i report stolen automobiles are the Christmas season. announcing this Impressive annual portant factor In the training "Of \Ii\\t\
ally In party with,friends, who brought to Starke in recent At 11 o'clock the pastor the observance the* Rev. Fred Yerkea planned all-on-one-floor residence, which has just been com- the some 40,000' troops who will i"';

ether with them, get drunk months Is Louis Shafkin of New Rev. H. A. Spencer, will deliverhis said, "It Is hoped that residents pleted on a beautiful rounding lot across Road 28 from the eventually be stationed at Bland- !

oft times leave the ownerer York and Miami already a familiar sermon on the subject, "When of Starker as well as visitors Fernandez home. The Smiths' la the first private''' home 'in Ing for a year's military service 5
he consumes too much God Comes to a World. There here, will avail themselves of the Starke to be equipped throughout with fluorescent lighting from the Thirty-First and Forty- .'
figure on Call Street. A
|itkey. The car then Is found i will be special music by a large opportunity' to welcome Christ Third Divisions. ,1;

m i one to five days later parked diamond broker by profession, choir, and Mrs. A. Z. Adklna will mas in.. spiritual way. If Christbe 'Major General Persons indicated ,)V S She

the streets, or returned to the connected with the Paramount sing "0, Holy Night." not'.reborn In men, Christmasloses. Tree Contest I Booster Banquet would consume much of hU t f

er when the party Is over and Diamond; Center in New York At 6.30: o'clock in the evening Its meaning." Urn In the. direct supervision. of :(

} retf-lnvited drivers sober up. troop training, and- would be off ,
(largest In the world), Mr. Shaf-
[lust! to give the, average layan of the Camp reservation but 'I t
very
kin the Sis- Festival Good ChanceTo Real SuccessTornadoes
recently purchased Berry
Again
l Idea of what he has to SponsoredCash little of the time. lie Is located 9''il

lend with nightly, Jailor Rowe trunk property at the InteraecHeadquarters Set Up Get In CCC at Camp. Headquarters of the
flared this week that it is aat tion of Call and Cherry ., Prizes To lie Hear Thirty-First Division which also .

I occurance not to get to bed :will soon start construction of Plans for staging the Straw There Is 'a(1 opening In the University Coach houses his staff Two other .,'
|it a A. M. and then be called eight new store buildings on the Given By Three ; buildings In that vicinity house
site. He himself will be, Proprleberry Festival are going forward Civilian Conservation Corps for See Tech Movies I
seven and eight times be- Local OrganizationsThe the Headquarters Special Staff "
i that and 7 o'clock the same tor of an ultra-modernistic\ Jewelry rapidly with the opening of an every mentally and physically fit I and the Adjutant\ General and his

ing"Why'. store. to .be Included in the office for the desslmlnatloni: unemployed BVsTdford County 'annual outdoor Christmastree Members of the )940 B. H. 8; staff

one nlght, .thejailod: group., "Mr.:."Shark In Is a --mem Information 'and distributionber of mal, between the, age.o1.17and, lighting contest, 'lit ,being Tornado aquad.full-itC.tdrkey; ,
fmplatned, "some one was of the, Masonic lodge the 23 1.2 years';' It wa pointed out and with their ear 'still ''burn- '
premium lists and entry 'blanks sponsored this by the Denmark Move
king at both' the back and Elks, the Moose the Showmans'League yesterday by Mrs W L. Andrews year Ing from the tributes paid them '
jnt t doors and the telephone of America, and has a for those desiring to enter articles member of the' Fifth District Woman's Club, the Rotary Club, by distinguished, guest at, the First Of YearThe

jglng at the same time." That life membership, In the State In' competition for cash prizes according Welfare Board, and the American Legion Post second annual Booster Club ban- j:

ut a sample of what have I, Agricultural and Mechanical So- to T. Frank Landrum, "The CCC will enroll around I In order to be eligible for a prize, 'quet here Monday night, listenedIn John It. Denmark Fur-

I do more nights than one. ciety of South Carolina. President of the Festival Associ 1,600 young men during January," trees must be on the lawn or on awe-struck silence a s Jack nlture Company which has been '
omparatively speaking how-I ation. Mrs. Andrews stated, "and for I Daniels, youthful usnlstant foot, located here for several years, r
Jailor Rowe declares that the first time the number of an open porch. ball coach at the University ot: : plans. to make way for Increased
e crime has actually been 6,000 Soldiers Announcement was made over pending applications Is so small Awards! will be as follows! Florida, discussed highlights In'' business and move Into larger I

allied since the unusual In- the week-end by Mr. Landrum, that any young man who applies First prize, $5; second prize $3; some of the outstanding games quarters on January 1, If every-
i of people to Starke either of the selection of W, V. Allsopp, promptly for enrollment Is I i certain and six prizes of $1 each. Trees. played during the season Just i thing goes off as scheduled.It .

Iking or seeking employmentCamp Now In I formerly vice-president 0 f the to be accepted If he meets will be Judged by a representa closed., I was stated here this week
[ landing.. Camp Duval County Fair Association the requirement."' I live from each of the sponsoring The evening was A success from that; the Denmark firm will move

ee robberies were reported as general manager of the Fes- Pending applications (white) organizations. every standpoint. Congressman Into the old Postofflce buildingon

I Saturday night alone, but r Men From Alabama, tival. A promotional campaign for the entire Fifth. District now I R. A. Green was a gracious and Call Street the first of the

Rowe explained that node I Mississippi Louisiana has been launched to bring record number but 34The present Free Poison witty toastmaster, calling I on New yell, after It has been Im-

for proof of the accusa- crowds to Starke from all over total In camp'from;the district Is Distribution Coach Bill Stephens Principal E. proved and generally overhauled.
were given by the accusing Florida Florida during the festivities and 279 and from Bradford County EndsA L. Williams, Booster Club Presl Smith Denmark, manager of

au These are only a few plans are being made to enlarge 04. dent W. K. Jenkins, and many of the,, local store, stated that Im
The 117th. Field Artillery Regiment I total of
116,000 pounds of
the for their
original ac
e! thousands of examples that space the guest for short talk. Spokes provemente will Include a new
consisting of _officers and commodation.From Enrollees!: receive $30 a month especially prepared mole cricket
jailor for the Tornadoes front
[ gives. man was Ralph panel plate glass for the
troops from all sections'of Alabama compensation, In addition to food, bait has been distributed to the
i Tuesday the interest shown so Nettles, who emphasized the fact old poatofflce building facing
a
report was cur- arrived at Camp Blanding clothing, dental vjuid medical at. farmers of Bradford
County, according -
fly circulated ,of and that the squad will lose only one Call Street. Other Improvementswill
that a man had at 1:30 P. M. Tuesday. far, exhibits agriculture tendon and training ..In certain to an announcement yes
run down man, Perry Galney, by graduation Include overhauling and
remodeling -
apparently by an livestock are going to surpass skills. After 1
The large motorized unit con- January enrollees terday by County Agent T. K.
mobile and that work the
on the Brooker road. II. H. S. should to Inside and
of the fairs In will retain $8 month of their McClane Jr, The
tained more than sixty off'.ers even some larger per program ho
out
have
check-up a really great team In 1941
proved this
report earnings for personal spending, now closed, the last date for distribution
The
e, but Instead the had and over 1,000 enlisted men. the State. Housewives will find Kenneth Turner, captain of last
ell" drunk man convoy traveled by trucks and ample Interest in the women's department wilt deposit $7 per month aa a being Saturday, Decem year's Tornadoes was present and
and been thrown savings account to be returned to ber U, and no bait Cong. Ramspeck
I oi a roadside automobiles and consisted of one which will house exhibits more will be spoke briefly, commending the
establishment hundred and seventeen motor of known householdart. them when their enrollment expires available this year, Visits Green
[trying to knife the every coach and the squad for the good
'ecks owner. vehicles. I Everything will be done I and will remit $15 per This poison Is being put out by ball played this season.
h especially those, in Several other contingents of! said Mr. Landrum, to Increase Interest month to relatives at home. Those the farmers In an effort to con- Congressman Robert Ranupeck.a .
fatalities At the conclusion of the after
:
d, have actually oc- men arrived the same day which of home folks as well as without dependents deposit $22 trol mole cricket damage to member of the Congressional
five have months.been very few In the together with those already In vUltors in the natural resources of their monthly earnings whileIn strawberries and fall truck crops. dinner business speeches manager, Sonny of the Ilaynes. team, 1 Committee In Florida for the past .'t

rime that Other forms makes up a body of troop well of Bradford County, through exhibits camp. It was made Available throughthe presented Coach and two weeks Investigating louses
really effect in a I over the 6.000-mark. The entire of varied and colorful displays The next CCC enrollment will efforts of Mr. McClane the Stephens sustained by the recent Medfly
Principal Williams with a of
way, are comparatively Division begin January 2 and continue Board of County Commissioner, gift eradication '
officers company of the Thirty-First appreciation from the squad. program, was a visitor -
th here report. will be In by Dec. 22. and through the month. 'Applications the State Plant Board, and the with Starke's congressional
I;horn the population skyrock- will consist of 11,790 men whenat Coca-Cola Force should be filed at the nearest district federal Department of Entomology Guests of honor also at the member, Lex Green Wednesday.
1.500 persons'on July 1 hall strength. welfare',office. i and Plant Quarantine.The banquet were three cheer leaders, Earlier that day. Congressman

ore than 5,000 persons as of Now DoubledWith poison was mixed at Pa- Freddie Wimberly, Carolyn Green, Ramnpeck was the guest at a.' "
week
Jt Is' commendable, and Nina Bishop, whose untiring
persons Cash Prize No' Hoiindsi-WantedAt latka by the Plant Board, and dinner given at Island Grove, la
point out, that the I efforts were largely responsible
| the increasing demand for west Alachua
was brought here with funds -donated county by Marjorie -
atlon has been this law For NameA Coca-Cola In this city and Camp BlandingIn for the enthusiasm and good Klnan
ng. I Offered I by the County Commtanlon- Rawlings authoress
Blandlng as well aa surrounding ere. The bait was distributed I spirit shown on the sidelines at of "The Yearling" "South Moon

$5 cash prize Is being offered;[ territories, It has become necessary guiding the destiny of 20.- under the direct supervision of the games this !season. I Under," and other current best-
Long Leaves by S. A. Weldon for the best to employ additional help at 000 men at a large Army training two Plant Board Inspector to An Interesting feature of the 'ellers Attending also were Con.

T, name for the new bowling ally Just Ithe local plant.fmployment. poet, the commanding general 734 applicants during the five evening followed the speeches and Mrs Lex Green and Arline
P'r'lag for T. Long left Monday opened this week 0 n Temple llI I here has more usually has little time left for weeks It was offered. when Coach Daniel showed motion Mann, Starke, and Con. Joe lien-

e he Fort Benning Ga., Avenue. Mr. Weldon states that than doubled In the past three amusement. The value of poison distribute pictures of the historic game rlcks, DeLand.
will take a threeS the contest Is open to men, I weeks, giving the local firm one However sometimes requests to Bradford was between Florida and Georgia
course grower approxi-
s' In the staff of- women, and children everywhere. of the largest crews in the his coming to those high Army officers mately $35,000.Rotarians: Tech this season, and explainedsome
training the school. Before Suggested names! should be mailed tory of the city. amuse them almost a a of the moat outstanding We Must Increase

I"rwnent' men In Headquarters or.banded to him In Starke. and. At present M. L. Shows of much as seeing a good movie, or plays. In hi* talk to the boys Subscription Rate
here presented their at Hear the coach emphasized the fact
announced
ender the winner will be Jacksonville, an experienced em- hearing an entertaining story
with a Scheaffer llfe- : that "the will to win" I* the Because of the |nereaed
date.
pentnd an early ploye of bottling plant Is fore- 'Thl* was In evidence Tuesdayat District Governor
pencil set. During I factor In football cost' of newsprint and other
The new bowling ally Is fillinga sent here after greatest: as In
Blandins
Long's> ; man of the shop being Camp shortly
a will absence be the local long-felt need for this type of i only a few weeks ago. A. J. the arrival"of 1.060 officers and District Governor J, C. Buch- all other sports. He stated that Item of production which

R. O. Kldd.under command port here, and the best Brunswick -! Llppltt. Salem Missouri, 1 Is the men of the 117th. Field Artilleryof anan paid an official visit to the many an Inferior team has de- make It prohibitive to publish

Balke equipment Is being new sales manager, and the following Alabama. Maj.-Gen. John C. Rotary Club here Wednesday, and feated a superior opponent simply the Telegraph at ( k e
He Invites because their "will to win' was present rat., we wish to sta-

states.
Weldon
used Mr. members
workers the
other are busily Persons commadlng Thirty- were privileged to hear
Per Early men, women, and children engaged In the plant proper I First (Dixie. Division. said that a talk on principal of the organization greater. flounce the following alight
Incrnnsn In ,
at Weeka I to pass away a few pleasant Christian Nassar,,Shelby Misa., much of the' afternoon was consumed that will be long remem- Following'the motion picture, a subscription I
hours In this popular sport, which James Allred, Cartersvllle, Ga., .Tue.aday..lnformlnl', the arriving bered. short business session was held price, effective January 1. .i''
mil
1 order to give the bunt- is "good clean fun and healthful Frank Bennett, Jacksonv tile, soldiers that they could not I Following the luncheon hour and J. O. Godwin of the State ODe :year '1.3: six ',,1

men an opportunity: to : exercise." Charles MCCoy G ,rtersville, Ga., bring high bred fox hounds on, directors and committee chair- Farm was elected president of month, $1.00 mouths
Mxl-wUl greeting me- John Madore New York City K. the reservation I 'during encamp men of the club '''met with the the Booster organization for the Me. ; three '
before Uluch {Water ment. A check ,revealed that, ,1941 season. E. K. Perryman
lire Telegraph'son Too I R. Jackson Gilbert Cottrell, andL. district governor for a brief discussion After January 1 DO subscription
leA Christina raoro- Majors, all of Salem, Missouri many men It..d brought along ( of alms for 1941 and accomplishments was elected vice-president and E. will b to accepted "
s. E. Sparks proprietor of the Ernest Moore and Earl Miles. Atlanta their hound upon hearing that during 1940 of ,L. Matthew was re-elected sec-
paper for a' shorter than
period
t WreklloWTsisty. had a watery
: night City Barbet Shop, arrived at his | Ga. r Florida was good- fox bunting the Rotary Club of Starke. retarytreasurr.The three month.
of Thamday. reception when he ground .Prec-edlng Mr. Buchanan's excellent turkey dinner
morn 1 Miss Antoinette Paracca of Renewal. on all nubftcrip-
e! "It all correspondent place of business Monday had brokenin Jacksonville Is assistant to De- He Informed the Inquiring for speech Rotarians enjoyed their was prepared by Mrs. Titus Olsen lions, whether currently expiring

Iontrtbutora to cooperate ing. A water pipe building and Witt C. Jones, Gainesville, who I* mer Guardsmen that they could annual "Santa Claua" when small and served by the following girl: or not, will be svecrpted -
lPndinK their new In the rear of the flooded. manager and owner of the local keep the canines off the Army gift were exchanged and original Betty Green, Carolyn Keene. Alta at the present rate t

t early| next week not the entire floor was out of the plant and other Interests In this reservation, staked out but, not verse were read accompanying Smith Martha Mathews, and Iris from now" until January 1c -
thaq Water was running
Tuesday: morning. city and the University City. on the property. each gift. Crews.
front door.


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PARK: RIGHT BR.\nronn COUNTY. TgIZOR.4PiT STARK noRin\ -, >II'nID.\\ DerriltgR';

of the Board of, Public Instruc a

The Bradford County Telegraph law, military or civic. Knott To Retire After 40 Years tion; O. C. Kelly In the amount market nUmber of hueks Into
of 2000.00 as Member of would
the aid
Blackouts certain to rule in most In FloridaWilliam to Inr
are Public Service price
of Public with
I ..._. Board Instruction; p.
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Entabllahed 1877 countries. But in the land where the torchof Valentine Knott who office since then. D. Reddish In the amount of $2- The Slate competltlon Farmers'

ME.M.BERLOPJMPRESS Liberty has flamed through many periodsof once "got Into politics and got He smilingly discusses his contest 000.00 as County Commissioner; ported a total 111
with Catts for the governor- T. C. Chastain in the amount of, ot .ppt
10,000
darkness, little children can greet again defeated for governor" will end Pinta
ASSOCIATION "One time I got into politicsand $2,000.00 as'County Commissioner al the
40 ship.
of It1a
the ever new wonder of the tree that Santa on Jan. 1ra; public career got defeated for governor," and M. O. Harrell in the amountof .Ing lht- month of Novelli ''i

-.1- e years. that he never 2000.00 aa far thlll
County
'Zouoa td ?loI i .. brought. He will retire as state treasurer he said. Explaining Commissioner berries month 10.TIO: I
his appointments as ; each,executed by the Con mOVed
for .
.-.- -- ---- -. Because this is the one land where to be succeeded by 40yearold applied tinental keto through
E. L. Mattfiewa ....__.__?_._ Editor and Owner r. Edwin Larson of JacksonYllle. treasurer or comptroller.Knott Casualty Company of
lights burn on in the windows and on the A state law assures Knott and Catts were opponentsfor Chicago, III., was approved. On Monday Deceit

d Published Weekly'on Fridays and Entered! M Sec.esd Christmas trees, let us all unite to make a retirement compensation of $3- the Democratic nomination. The Bill of the County Assessorof market repOj "

Clam Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Fin.y this a "light" Christmas: Whether it be 000 a year, half his salary as The first count showed Catts Taxes for, making: the'SpecialLevy' bringing 15 to lTc\7
.. state treasurer. ahead by 280 votes In 85,000 cast. 'for School Bond Service December 3, 1.800
--
y SCBSCnlPTlON RATE in the expansive front yard of 'a mansion i Knott'now 77 years old, Is the Recounts in various precincts re- against Homesteads Was again 13c to 17c while Decem Pint>,<

Yearly, 9 1.SO: Six Month. 73o-Payable In Advance with trees bedecked by those who have: dean of the executive branch of nulted In Knott being declaredthe considered and the matter was I 1,750 pinta bring tram

h Advertising Rates on He did not seek reelection nominee. referred to the Board of Public the pint.It .
Application( plenty, or the tiny window of a small cot government. certified as the
aa treasurer be- Catts then was Instruction. Is
this thought
tage, show a light at Christmas time. Holi-, ceause, he said year, "If I serve an- prohibition party nominee, and In dlcations that Irolll p

> ; Make This A Light Christmas! day 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 the will

America Is Still Free when It ended (\In January defeated Knott by about 10,000 assumes
wreaths in the windows of the land will year anything ,like,
1945) and when a man gets Into I votes and served as Florida's gov- From Plant City volume.
Dawn of Christmas Day will find the
spread their holiday message of greeting in his 82nd year he's an old man. ; ernor during the World War per; .

r 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.Knott I Strawberry. shipments from TOM\TO! RltES' :

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

screaming of dive bombers the high i health, and I've never had a pain of the state hospital in: although the drought and cold ers are harvesting th7'b Fiat',
or Street after street, block after block, except a tooth ache." 1921 ahd served there until 1927 weather holds down yield. Prices, land tomato
whine of air raid alarms. appointed state too, have been crop 111, b
Knott twice was appointed state when he was one .to o good prices
and mile after mile let us make this a light ranging
from
Of all the major nations in the world, treasurer-In 1903 and In 1928. He auditor. His treasury appointment I but it is believed the advent of to the growers $I.

America is the only one, this year, where Christmas. For this is' the year of our was elected In 1904 and in 1908, followed the next in year.Terrell -
Knott was born
the lights on the Christmas tree may burn Lord 1940 in America and in America thereis doing idn 1912 out to of accept the treasurer's appointment office as County, Ga., in 1863 and came'to! BOREE FUNERAL HO

e throughout the night without violating a Peace state comptroller. He held other Florida In 1881 "in a covered : Ambulance Service Day or Night!; Phune 13t

offices before 1903. wagon with my younger brother, We have added a late model
AMBULANCE
and the dog." He recalled, !: to our
He ran for governor In 1916 family eq
city slicker with a yen for corn- mingle with the delightful scent and was defeated by Sidney J. the trip, started near Atlanta, required with special spring for eu.y riding,
Russell Kay tort. ,. of burnIng pine. "A HOME-LIKE
Catts. In 1928 he was appointed 21 days to reach Lees- INSTITUTION" a. II l1ennett
,
In a weak moment I permitted They told of the thrill of the treasurer and has occupied the burg. I

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 i Governor Cone Anxious To Leave

TO CLASSIFY, They certainly painted a a wolf tni find a meal fit fora Worries Of Job And Take A Rest SQUARE DANCE
beautiful picture that made king awaiting your arrival.It .
1 don't know whether you've, Mother Nature look like a blue I
was a great sales talk and Governor Fred P. Cone, won't "We're thinking about building,
ever gone on a hunting trip In! eyed: buxom blonde that awaited Every Friday 8:30 P.
I fell for it.hook, line and sinkeror retire after he leaves office next a new home," he continued, "If M.
the ICverglndes or not but If youhayen't with open arms. They told of
maybe ,I should be apropos to take find the But
month but he
expects a we can money.
should It the of life In the the
try some joy ,
you open At
Y the. 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 of campfire where you
Anyhow, I found myself ever I'm to most of
In
practice Lake City. going spend my
particularly you happen to be sat and smoked your pipe and allowed -
.
glades bound with a blanket, The time the of the
chief executive, makingthe sitting on porch
a more or less weak and puny the aroma of tobacco to 'NITE OWL
I mattress, boots Jacket, shotgun, first public announcement of hotel watching the traffic go by." CAFEBAL'LR
rifle, mosquito bar, carving knife, his plans said he would vacationfor He termedthe, governorship "a .-

. and a lot (),other equipment.I've about three months after the killing Job." Adding that "It :

CLASSIFIED ADSFOR always thought that fishermen Inauguration of Spessard L. Holland wouldn't be so, tough if the man 0 0 M STARK

were nuts with the mess as his .'.successor on January holding the office wasn't pestered ,
FOR SALE-31-acre farm with of Junk, they gather together before 7, 1941.. almost to death by Job-seekers,

SALE : five good buildings! pecan starting out to slay a black In addition to his law practice,' delegations, committees and pea Music By

grove, potato crop, 4 acres in bass, 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, 3-4 has a fisherman backed off the affairs of the Columbia County and friends."

Used!!' show cases 4, 6, and ml. 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 HOUSK-for r e n tat mokalee until we reached a location am," Cone commented. agree with me. It will take time,

Klngsley; Lake. Suitable for about five miles north of "I'm looking forward to returning I suppose, before they realize
f LASS OF ALL KINDS bHChelor quarters-Mrs. E. S. the Tamlami Trail and seven or to Lake City, Just like a what I have saved the state and .

And Automobile glass installed Matthews, Walnut St., Starke, eight miles east of the Immokalee little boy or, girl looks forward to the taxpayers"

while wait. Fla., tf road. To reach It you haveto seeing Santa Claus," he said, He said he feels "better thanI

you KEYS travel about five miles in whatIs "And I'm, npt kidding either." did 10 years ago, but being THE: PERFECT G Gl I
Lake front lot on east shoreof FOUND-Ring containing known as a "swamp buggy"a "It has been darn hard work governor did not improve my .
Santa Fe Lake, four mllm. several keys 'and yellow gold being of this state he health-It e "
kind of a cross" between a tractor governor was the operation I
from Keystone heights lOCh: algnet ring may be obtained by tank and Jaloppy. The darn I added "And with little time for had a few months ago." .
owner at Bradford County Telegraph I _
SOO -Sold on easy terns.i thing runs like a combination fun or rest.< I've missed both andI The governor will be looking fora '

i See andpayment, office upon of ad.Identification steam roller and concrete mixer expect to catch up with both partner when he returns to \; Five Pieces I.t T

and jars everything from your before many'more weeks go by." Lake City."I .

JOE PETER'S GLASS FURNISHED COTTAGES on back teeth tq your heels. When Governor and Mrs. Cone named my former partner, :*,. t'

438 N." SHOP 9th. St. Lake Santa 'Fe. :5 miles east of Now\ and then you get stuck In move out'of
Phone 890 ,Gainesville, Fla. Wal'tlo./ Electric' lights, running a swamp and It's all hands out In Tallahassee next month they'll court, and 'that leaves me withouta '
'
water.. Inquire L e w Is ''In the mud and you chop down live, temporarily at least, in a partner'. and with'very little I
FOR SALE-Household fUI'nlture.I I Jewelry Co., Gainesville, trees and build a road on which hotel on Lake City's main street. practice," he said. "So''I plan to '
Apply to Mrs. Cecil Bryant, Fla.tf you Jack 'up the lumbering Juggernaut The old Cone home will be take on a young lawyer and let I kae r Chair!

1701 E. Ocklawaha Ave., Ocala and continue the jour. made Into apartments, the governor him get out and get some new Ottoman
FIs. ItpTYPEWHITKK3 MACHINERY REPAIRS all ney. said 'i business.' End Tab
kind Welding I i and black-
-New Remington smithing.-: Barnett Iron Works Finally you reach the so-called LampsShade

portable, $5 down, $3: a Camp Blanding, Fla. On Road campsite and have a lot of fun County Commissioners Minutes !

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

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

bargains. E & S Trailer Sales value. $50 cash Bradford be an, old hag, trips you on jagged met December 2 In regular County Commissioners Bonds in
located at Palm Trailer Park, Telegraph, Starke, Fla. tf protruding rocks and slashes session with the following members the amount of $2,00000 each
Orlando Fla. Alva and Na you with saw grass and scrub present: L. L. Conner Chairman executed by the Fidelity and Cas-
tional Trailers tf NICE LARGE TRAILER for Bale, palmetto. P. D. Reddish Mallory ualty Company of New York rt a?
reasonable. Write G. W. L. Mosquitoes sandfllea and red- Thomas, R. S. Wasdln, and T. D. were approved; J. L. Wynn, and 3
FOR SALE 3-room house and Smith General, Delivery, Starke, Dyal. W. Mitch Edwards.
budgs greet you as a welcoming
about an acre of ground on Fla.' lip committee and the dampness of, Pauper allowance of Mrs. Rosle Bond of W. E. Middleton in
Road 48 about 6 miles from Allen was discontinued.
FOR BALM -Jersey milk cow, everglades night settles down on the amount of. $5,000.00 as Sup .
Starke, near Hellbronn $15.00 -
Springs was for
appropriated
removal -
milking 3 .1-2 gal dally. Has you 'till you feel like a cross between erintendent of. Public Instruction;
-Earl!: Cook, Jr., Starke Fla. expenses of a Mrs. Rauler- J. t
S. Norman j just
third calf, heifer one month a wet sponge and an overworked i in the amount of Complete. ,

IF YOU HAVE ASTHMA. use old. B. E. Wasdln,. Waldo, biotte; I ville.son and Ga.son Indigents to Green. $2.00000 as Member of the Boardof $29.95 as shown here!
Public
,
Mlnton'a Remedy which since Fla. 12-13 2tp Crawling beneath 'your pup The of Instruction; A. O. Andrew -
purchase a fluorescent
in
1895, has given relief to Asthma tent, you drape your mosquito I the' amount of 2000.00
light for
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. Perryman In Give "Him" one of these Chair Ensembles an
was approved. the
ounce bottle "$2.00 postpaid coupe, bargain for cash. See slumber, but strange and weird amount of $1,000.00 as County can be sure that you've chosen wisely! A prese
Order now. Sarco Remedy Company Mr Chandler at J. W. White's night noises keep you awake. The Application of Bernard Thyson Judge; A., J. Thomas In the
Sidney. Ohio. 12-6 Stp Store, Starke, Fla. ltpL1I wind rustles a nearby palmettoand Agent for Tampa Florida Brew- amount of $1,000.00 as Clerk of years of "Home Comfort"!
cry Inc., for wholesale! of beer the Circuit Court; each
Imagine It is executed
rattle made
you a
A Chair
was by the big deep comfortable Lounging
---------- snake approved.The Fidelity and
on the prowl; you Just Casualty
about doze off and a crazy hoot- Board rfonested the Supervisor I 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; ol

woodsmen In your party go off County Judge, and the Clerk as Bond of C. A. Knight In the End
to: sleep the minute they hit the a committee<< to open the special amount of $10.00000 as County ers are available. A 6-way Lamp, and an

J !_ lay and entertain you with a ballot boxes used In the referendum Tax Collector, executed by L. A. complete the "perfect gift"!
chorus of snores that make a 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.Then at the next regular meetingof proved. JOHN H. DENMARFURNITURE

III comes the dawnbuteven the Board on January 6, 1941. Bond of E. W, Hayes as County

before the first crack of it Upon application of Foster Shi Af88e TL0f! Taxes In the amount
are routed out of bed Smith for duplicates of Tax Certificates $ ; J. B. Rowe
No. 303 Cranberry Sauce 3 for 25c you and as CO.
.
half awake you grab a towel and 299 of August 6. 1928 Deputy Sheriff In the amount of
and 1438 of August 7. 1933; the $1,000.00; S. E.
tart for the bathroom, only to: Sparks In the
Tall Milk Carnation Silver Cow Pet and clerk was instructed amount
suddenly realize that there ain't to prepare of $2,000.00 as Member

Golden Key 3 for 25c 3 Small for lOc no bathroom. Taking your turn and to deliver said duplicates according ollo_ __ _, .
at the wash basin you dab a bit to law.Application n -- -" ,......_ ..,,___ ,_ .. _"PI' ._._
of ice water here and of Mr. Rhoden for
there and
COMPLETE LINE OF FRUIT CAKE answer the breakfast call, then widow's pension for the Union Under The
MistletoeEVERY
MATERIALS while It Is still dark you set out Robinson children was denied.
In the wake of the guide in search Application 0 f Susie Eatelle

FRUIT JUICE of the elusive deer. Myrick for widows pension was WOMAN WANTS TO. LOOK HER 'I LOVLIEST
After walkln' anywhere from I approved and application of Onle --. /
two to ten milts take 'Taylor was laid over for further Take-Advantage
you your 2
WOODBURY Heinz Tomato Investigation.' 13Throughft !)
place on what Is known as a Specials (Dec. .
Dole PineappleDr. "stand," and one by one the memo Notary Public. Bond for J. R. ,
FACIAL SOAP bers of your party are given locations Kelley, In the amount of $5O .00 AuttriaGt!
Phillip's along the edge of aswamp signed. by L O. Powell and D. E. $7.50 Eugene Oil Wave $10.00 $51.50

and while the guide with the Knignt, as sureties was approved. ''I'' $5.00 Machinelec

Orange dogs goes farther on to round up Notary Public Bond for Orle 4', c peCIa1 f ias
Dr. Phillips the deer. You listen for the bay. A. Wiggins In the amount of 4 $10.00 Eugene Oil Wave Christm 0*"
$500.00
Ing of the hounds which signifies executed by the Fidelity \ $7.50 One"L.
Grapefruit Juices that they are oa the fresh trail and Casualty ,Co.., of New York, startingDecembK 1jOtb

of a vension steak and you stand as surety was approved. MACHINELESSSPECIALS ."
with qour purchase i 3Bakes All ankle deep In muck with gnats Notary Public for T. Frank \ Through

at regular price 3 For I exploring your eyes, ears. nose Landrum In the amount of $500.00 $-,50 Oil Wave
signed by J. M.
and throat like they were specialtats. -: Alvarez and L. 5.50 End Curls I for $3.50
Then from afar
you hear blister on your heel. for $4.25
1" 25cBENNY'S "yelp. yelp yelp. and you are This. goes on day after day. Phone 18 Or bring a friend
as alert as a Minute Man at Sometimes $7.50 ag5a ..a'
Machineless
you get a turkey
or a get two
Concord Bridge. Ten minutes, squirrel, but your chance to landa For Appointment for $5.00 for $;.00
twenty minutes, thirty
minute
deer is mighty slim, considering
GROCERYGuy you wait Your nerves tense- the fact
the state's
paid hunters
and nothing happens. A coupleof have killed about 3,000 In this Lady Fair
hours later a guide comes back Beauty Shoppef1
Sale, Mgr. and area. But if you want to TRY,
says 110 luck so you walk the state demands five bucks Call Street >
'
back to and
camp attend the
whether
you get any or not. t
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The Home of The Sweetest/Strawberriea This Side of Heaveh


OLl'l1h"SIXTV-THKKK STAKKK. FLOIUbA. FRIDAY, UKCKMBKK: 20., 1940, NUMBKIl; KIUUTr :
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little Increase. Investor. Here I Varied Christmas ervices I Attractive, New Homes For Starke Gen. Persons


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Planned By Starke Churches .//II".."!!'" ; I

i Crime Takes CommandOf

The real meaning of the Christ there will be a Young People's

GrowsJailor mas season will be brought Impressively meeting and at 7:30: o'clock the
City to the citizens and pastor. will preach. CampExpresses

C visitors in Starke by a series of The annual ,Christmas tree for

Has Worries, carefully planned services at'the the eblldren'wUi be held, Monday HimselfAs
Of ThemOf I .rbra various -churches In the city. night at ',7:30: o'clock.l'reebyterlan .
But Most ;
Barrwe
The First Baptist Church will Church Well Pleased !

Minor Nature see aar begin Yuletide services Sunday: As part of the' calendar of I With Set-Up Here

Mrr1aarA morning with a "White Christ union religious services in the I
wke's population and business mas" at the Sunday School hour, community, the Presbyterian Major General John C. Persons

naves, resulting from Boom and the offerings will be for the Church announces its annual pre- Birmingham Ala., commander ,of
naturally, have their draw-, +w e benefit the Florida Baptist Christmas Vesper Service to be the Thirty-First (Dixie) Division h

ickiI esaea. Children's Home.At held Sunday afternoon at 5:30: o' of the United States Army together -
I Jailor Ben Rowe, the city's I er+., the 11 o'clock hour the with Headquarters and
U man No 1, even goes farther I choir will sing "0, Holy Night"and I clock.This candle-light service, always One of the most attractive homes built here In recent years Is staff officers!, assumed command

[ declare that it' Is" "drunk and "0. HolYI i Christmas Morn- : one of the most beautiful this two-story house of Colonial Inspiration' recently completedfor of Camp Blanding lust Friday upon

r rewball boom 40. Ing." Miss Clyde Nelle Thomas during the holidays, offers the Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan on Walhut Street. 'Starke Is his arrival aboard a special

Ijust to prove his point he re- r will sing as a solo "Christmas"and opportunity for understanding and experiencing its greatest building boom, and many more attractive train of the Southern Railway
|led this week to a Telegraph the Rev. A. K. Lightfoot, appreciating some of the fine homes under Immediately after arriving at
are construction, or being planned.
liter some of the various andy ri pastor of the church will take as Christmas" music of the Christian Camp Standing, the high Army
things with which, he Is i M his subject "The Spirit of Christ- faith.The I official signed an order which

anted over a single week- matt." service this year, us In made him Camp Commanding officer -

At the evening service, Chaplain the past, is one of the high points a and another by which Cot.
r.rst! and foremost Is the sterol Allan Brown of Camp Bland of the Yuletide season and a cordial 4. R, II. Kelley became Station
l complaint that someone has Ing will deliver the sermon. At invitation Is extended to (CASC) Commander' and Executive -

11'1I someone's automobile; ort 8:45: o'clock a bus will leave from members' of all churches and to 1 Officer Lt. Col. Ray K.

| "somebody knocked me out the church going to the co.mp, all visitorand, residents who Smathers, executive officer, was '

1 stole my purse." Jailor Rowe and all young people from the find themselves In this communityat designated. as Post Adjutant by
I
i long ago learned not to caner various churches are urged to go Christmas time { 'i order of Major General Persons.

as very serious these two on the bus and sing Christmas The service Is In charge of the The Army officer expressed his

plaints. Because, as he exas carols at the camp, under the Young ''People .who, in the past gratitude this week for the reception
you find nine I times out sponsorship of Chaplain Brown have made the Christmas Vespers which'had been afforded him

| ten, the complainant doesn't i'a' r't and Chaplain Holland. a beautiful service! of Worship. by Florida people upon his ar
m have a description of who r"aJr' Methodist Church St. Merle's. Episcopal: rival at his new poet, and said

mpted to assault him, or what Church School at the Methodist The cuutomary Holy Communion that he Is especially pleased with

i person' looked like who stole I jj': Church will beheld as usual service will be held at mid the fine weather that Florida I I.* ;

i automobile. In the first place. i Sunday morning at 10 o'clock and night on Chrfttmati* Eve!: at St. having

[said half of the time persons i lessons will be in keeping with Mark's Episcopal'.Church here. In He pointed to this as an Important -
One of the Mr. and Mrs. Junlus \ Smith their
Investors M. well-
numerous are now occupying
i report stolen automobiles are the Christmas season announcing this Impressive annual factor In the training of
jully in party with friends, who r brought, to Starke in recent At 11 o'clock the pastor, the observance, the Rev. Fred Yerkes I planned, all-on-one-floor residence which has just been, com- the some 40,000' troops who will

(ether with them get drunk months is Louis Shafkln of New Rev. H. A. Spencer, will deliverhis said "It la hoped" that residentsof pleted on a beautiful rounding lot across Road 28 from the eventually be stationed at Bland-

oft times leave the ownerer York and} Miami, already a familiar sermon on the subject, "When Starker as' well as visitors, Fernandez home. The Smiths' Is the first private home In lag for a year's military, service

| he consumes too much figure on Call Street A'' God Comes to a World." There here, will avail themselves of the r Starke to be equipped throughout. with fluorescent lighting. from the Thirty-First and Forty-
Iskey The car then Is found will be special music by a large opportunity.'' welcome Christ Third Divisions.

in I one to five days later parked diamond broker by profession, choir and Mrs! A. Z. Adkins will mas in,& spiritual way It Christbe ''Major General Persons Indicatedhe

1 the streets, or returned to the connected with the Paramount I sing "0. Holy Night." 1 not reborn' in men, Christmas Tree Contest Booster Banquet would consume much of his

when the party is over and] Diamond, Center in New York At 6:30: o'clock in the evening : loses, Its meaning" '. time In the direct supervision of

| elf-invited drivers sober up. i (largest 'in the world), Mr. Shaf- troop training, and would be off
Just' to give the average lays ChanceTo Real SuccessTornadoes of the Camp reservation but very
Good
Idea I kin recently purchased the Sis- Berry FestivalHeadquarters Again SponsoredCash
an of what he has to little of the time. He Is locatedat
tend with nightly, Jailor Rowe trunk property 'at the Intersec- Set Up Get In\ CCC Camp. Headquarters of the
lUred( this week that It is a tion of Call and Cherry Sts.. and Prizes To He Hear Thirty-First Division which also

lil occurance not to get to bed will soon start construction of Plans for staging! the Strawberry There Is "an opening in the Given University Coach houses Ms staff. Two' other
|U 2 A, M. and then be called eight new store buildings on the Festival are going forward Civilian Conservation Corps for Hy Three ; buildings' In that vicinity house
seven and eight times be- site. He himself will be proprietor Local Organizations See Tech Movies the Headquarters Staff
I Special .
rapidly with the opening of an every mentally and physically fit
i that and 7 o'clock the of an ultra-modernistic Jewelry
same and the General and his I
.Ting. I store to be Included In the office for the desstmlnatlon. of unemployed BV a"d ford County The annual outdoor Christmastree Members of the 1940 B. H. 8. staff. Adjutant\

"Why one night,'-,the*' jailo' I group? "Mr;' Shafkin is a member Information 'and distribution' male. between she' -age. of l7.an< I ,, lighting contest I is being!i Torn d-' squadfutt4etturkey, : ( I i,
|nplalned.I I I of the. Masonic lodge, the 23 1.2 years It wa. pointed out and with their, ears 'still 'burnIng -
80me one was I
premium lists and! blanks sponsored this the
king at both* the back andt Elks, the Moose! ,the Showmans entry yesterday by' MrsjW.. L. Andrew year by from the tributes paid them Denmark, To Move
t doors and the telephone League of America, and has a for those desiring to enter articles *, member of ,the Fifth Dls Woman's Club, the Rotary Club, by distinguished guests at the First Of YearThe

g at the same time." That life membership! in the State In competition for cash prizes according trlct Welfare Board.' and the American Legion. Post, second annual Booster Club banquet

at a sample of what have Agricultural and Mechanical So- to T. Frank Landrum "The CCC will enroll around In order to be eligible for a prize, here Monday night, listenedIn John ,H. Denmark Fur-

Ida.. more nights than one. ciety of South Carolina President of the Festival Association 1,500 young men during January," trees must be on the lawn or on .....__awe-struck,_._ silence_ .LAA a a JackuumeiB niture Company which has been
..omparauvely speaking; how- I Mrs Andrews stated "and for an youthful aammani 1001-:: located here for several years
open porch.
Jailor Rowe declares thate the first time, the number ot ball couch at the University of plans to make way for Increased
Announcement was made over Awards will be as follows: Florida, discussed in ,
highlights
Soldiers
crime has actually been 6,000 pending applications la so small business and move Into larger
Emitted since the unusual in- the week-end, by Mr. Landrum, that any young man who applies First prize $5; second' prize $3; some of the outstanding, ( games quarters on January 1, if every-
: of of the selection of W V Allsopp, and six prizes of $1 each. Trees played during the season just
people'to Starke, either promptly for enrollment Is I certaln thing goes off as scheduled.
king or seeking employment Now In formerly vice-president 0 f the to be accepted if he meets will be judged by a representative closed. It was stated here this week
CampMen Duval Fair Association ) from each of the
|Camp Blandlng. County the requirements.> sponsoring The evening was a success from that the Denmark firm will move
of Fes- organizations
Tee robberies were reported as general manager the Pending applications (white) : every standpoint. Congressman Into the old Postofflce buildingon

Saturday night alone, but, From Alabama, tival. A promotional campaignhas for the entire Fifth District now R. A. Green was a gracious and Call Street the first of the

Rowe explained that no Mississippi, Louis been launched to bring record number but 34v' The present I Free Poison witty toastmaster, calling I ( on New year, after It has been Improved -
crowds to Starke from all over
Oda for proof of the accusa- total in camp'fromthe district Is Distribution Coach Bill Stephens, Principal K.: and generally overhauled.
were given by the accusing iana, FloridaThe Florida during the festivities and 273 and front! Bradford County EndsA L Williams, Booster Club President Smith Denmark, manager of
"M These are only a few plans are being made to enlarge 54. W. K. Jenkins, and many of the local store stated that Improvements
117th. Field Artillery Regiment the original space for their ac total of 116,000 pounds of
i thousands of examples that consisting of officers and commodation.From Enrollees receive $30 a month especially prepared mole cricket the guests for short talks. Spokes will Include a new
[Jailor gives. troops from all sections of Ala compensation, In addition to food, bait has been distributed to the man for the Tornadoes was Ralph panel plate glass front for the
i Tuesday a report was curly the Interest shown so dental..and Nettles who emphasized the fact old postofflce building facing
bama arrived at Camp Blending clothing medical attention farmers of Bradford County, according -
circulated far exhibits.'of and that the squad will lose only one Call Street. Other
that a man had at 1:30: P. M. Tuesday.The agriculture and training in certain to an announcement yes Improvementswill
1 run down apparently by an I large motorized unit contained livestock are going to surpass skills. After January 1, enrollees 1 terday by County Agent T. K.McClane. man, Perry Gainey by graduation Include1 overhauling and remodeling -
mobile and that II H. S. should work to the Inside
on the Brooker road. and
I more than sixty officers even some of the larger fairs in will retain $8 per month of their Jr. The program has
Checkup have a really great team In 1841. out.
e, but proved this reporte and over 1,000 enlisted men. The the State. Housewives will find earnings for personal! spending, now closed, the last date for distribution Kenneth Turner of la.tyear'
,
Instead the captain
en man had convoy traveled by trucks and ample Interest in the women's department wilt deposit $7 per month as a being Saturday December Tornadoes
drunk and
f and been thrownof automobiles and consisted of one which will house exhibits savings account to be returned to 14, 'and no more bait will be was present Cong. Ramspeck
a spoke briefly the
1 roadside commending
establishment them when their enrollment ex available this
hundred and seventeen motor of known household year.
every coach and the for the Visits Green
trying to knife the owner. I, pires, and will remit $lIS per This squad good
will be done poison Is
*/r vehicles. art. Everything ,, being put out by ball played this season.
cks. especially those, in Several other contingents of said Mr. Landrum, to Increase interest month to relatives at home. Those the farmers In an effort to con- Congressman Robert Ramapeck,
fatalities At tne conclusion of the after-
fj have without dependents deposit $22
actually oc- men arrived the same day which of home folks as well as trol mole cricket damage to a member of the Congressional
have been of their whileIn dinner speeches, Sonny Haynes,
few In the monthly earnings
very the natural strawberries Anti fall truck
visitors In resources Committee
five together with!: those already in. crops business In Florida for the past
of the
months. Other forms of well of Bradford County, through ex- camp. It was made available throughthe manager team two weeks
rime makes up a body troops investigating louses
that really effect in al I over the 6000mark. The entire hibits of varied and colorful displays The next CCC enrollment will efforts of Mr. McClane the presented Coach Stephens and sustained by the recent Medfly
way, Principal Williams with a gift of
are comparatively 2 and continue Board of
begin January County Commissioners
Division eradication

11, company of Thirty-First program was a visitor -
th officers here report. will be in by Dec. 22, and through the month. Applicationsshould the State Plant Board and the appreciation from the ,squad. I with Starke's congressional

I Ito the Population skyrock- will consist of 11,190 men whenat Coca-Cola Force be filed at the nearest district Federal Department of Entomology !: Guests of honor also at the member Lex Green Wednesday
ra 1,500 persons'on July 1 full strength welfare,,office and Plant Quarantine.The banquet were three cheer leaders, Earlier that day, Congressman'
ore than 5,000 as of Freddie Wimberly, Carolyn Green
persona Now DoubledWith
potion was mixed at Pa. Ramspeck was the guest at a
week ,
I, persons, it is commendable, Prize No' Hounds,'Wanted latka by the Plant Board and and Nina Bishop, whose untiring dinner given at Island Grove in
point out that the Cash the increasing demand for was brought here with funds do- efforts were largely responsible west Aluchua county, by Mar-
,Ja"on ng, has been this law Offered For Name | Coca-Cola In this city and Camp At Blanding nated by the County CommL lon- for' the enthusiasm and good' Jorle Klnan Rawllngs. authoress

Blandlng as well surrounding ers. The bait was distributed spirit shown on the sidelines at of "The Yearling" "South Moon

A $5 cash prize Is being otteredj'! territories it has become necessary In guiding the destiny of 20- under the direct supervision of I the games this season Under," and other current best-

Long Leaves by S. A Weldon for to employ additional help at 000 men at a large Army training two ('I ant Board Inspectors to An interesting feature of the sellers Attending also were Con.

T name for the new bowling ally just| the local plant.Employment. post the commanding general 736 applicants during the five evening followed the speeches and Mrs Lax Green and Arline
ing' for T. Long left Monday opened this week on Temple) : here has more usually has little time left for weeks It was offered. I when Coach Daniels showed motion I Mann Starke, and Con. Joe Hen-

1e he will Fort Benning Ga., Avenue. Mr. Weldon states that' than doubled In the past three amusement. The value of poison distribute. pictures of the historic game drlcks, DeLand.

.th'lI course take a three the contest Is open t o men weeks, giving the local firm one However, sometimes requests to Bradford growers was approximately between Florida and Georgia
J1. in the staff of- women, and children everywhere. of the largest crews in the his coming to those high Army officers $95,000.Rotarians Tech thin season, and explainedsome
I"n. training the school. Before Suggested names should be mailedor. tory of the city. amuse them almost a a of the most outstanding We Must Increase

chll1ent men In Headquarters banded to him In Starke and At present M. L. Shows of much as seeing a good movie, or plays. In his talk to the boys I Subscription Rate
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here Presented their announced at Hear the coach emphasized the fact :
ender I the winner will be Jacksonville' an experienced em- hearing an entertaining story. __. .
with a Scheaffer life- u ?'L w'n'"
Den and an early date. ploye of bottling plants, Is fore- This was in evidence Tuesdayat iJistrict Governor will 10 win is me ileeause vi the inrreaseecost
, Long's pencil set. During The new bowling ally Is fillinga man of the shop being sent here Camp Blanding shortly after, r r'D.factor In football a. In of newsprint and other.

d. will absence be the local long-felt need for this type of only a few week. ago. A. J* the arrival 'of 1.06O ,officers and I District Governor J, C. Buch- sports.. lie stated that item of production, which

**. G. Kldd.under command sport here, and the best Bruns- Llppltt. Salem. Missouri, is the men of the 117th. Field Artilleryof anan paid an official visit to the Inferior team has defeated make It prohibitive to puf
wick Balke equipment is being new sales manager, and the following Alabama. Maj,-Gen. John C. Rotary Club here Wednesday, and a superior opponent simply Huh the Telegraph at the
used, Mr. Weldon states. He Invites .I other workers are busily Persons, commadlng, the Thirty- members were privileged to heara because their "will to win" was present ratty. we wish to announce -

*Per Early men, women and childrento engaged In the plant proper. First (Dixie) ,Division said that talk on principals of the organIzation creater. the following' slight

'xt Week pass away a few pleasant Christian Nassar, Shelby, Miss., much of the' afternoon was consumed that will be long remem- Following the motion picture a Increase In subscription
hours in this popular sport, whichIs James Allred, CartenrvlJIe Co., ,Tuesday,.: informing, the arriving bered. short business session was held prices, effective January 1.
IJa 1 ear to "good clean fun. and healthful Jacksonv Ille, soldiers that thy could not Following the luncheon hour and J. G. Godwin of the State I941t
give the bUill- Frank Bennett, One
$L13 six
nm an opportunity tog exercise." Charles McCoy Cartersvllle, Ga., bring high bred fox hounds on directors and committee chairmen Farm was elected president of year ;

. >od..wm greeting' noes.e John Madore New York City. E. : the reservation i during encamp of the club met with the the Booster organization for the S3 month. $1.00; ''Imoat'", '
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iwfore tare Telegraph's Tuo Much Water R. Jackson. Gilbert Cottrell. and ; ment. A check revealed that district. governor for a brief discussion 1941 season. E. K. Perrymanwas *After 1 obserlptlon
January no -
on Chrtatman raorn- 1 L. Majors all of Salem. Missouri many men Lad brought along of aims for 1941 and accomplishments elected vice-president and E. b
will
-e S. E. Sparks proprietor of the their hounds hearing that L. Matthews was reelected sec- to accepted
e will paper Ernest Moore and Earl Miles, Atlanta upon I during 1940 of .
for shorter
#,w V k WTesday night, City Barber Shop arrived had a watery at his I Ga. Florida was good fox bunting the Rotary Club of Starke..Preceding retary-treasurr. three a month period than
of 1 hur reception when he grounds. Mr. Buchanan's The excellent dinner
\\e day. morning Miss Antoinette Paracca 0 f I turkey Renewals on all nubscrlp- 1
a..k all correspondents place of business Monday had brokenin Jacksonville is assistant to De- He Informed the inquiring for. speech, Rotarians enjoyed their was prepared: by Mrs. Titus Olsen Slows, whether currently expiring -

"Wributors to cooperate A water pipe and Witt C. Jones, Gainesville who ls mer Guardsmen that they could 'annual "Santa Claus" when small and served by the following girls: or not, will be aerrptcxl >
'ndIDIr' their news In the rear of the building flooded. manager and owner of the local keep the canines off the Army : gifts were exchanged and original Betty Green Carolyn Keene Alta at.the present rate

r \ p Tity* week notmorning. the entire floor running was out of the plant and other Interests In this reservation, staked out but, not verses were read accompanying Smith Martha Mathews and Iris froin now until January 1.1l y
Water was each
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PAGF. IGIIT -, UP.fgMBF.a
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The Bradford County Telegraph law, military or civic Knott To Retire After 40 Years tion; O. C. Kelly In the amount:' market number ot trucks Into
of $2,000.00 as Member of would
__. __ Blackouts are certain to rule in most Public Service In Florida Board of Public Instruction; the Price with aid to Inr
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Eatabilatmd"; 1877LORILVVPRESS countries. But in the land where the torch) since then. D. Reddish In the amount of $2 p'l The State CODlPetition
office
William Valentine Knott, who Farmpr 'p
of has flamed I discusses his con- 000.00 as County Commissioner ported
Liberty through periods smilingly ;
many He a
ME c and got tOlal
M.BE R = r7TIQNSA once "got Into politics ot
In
C. Chastain the
of darkness, )little children can greet again defeated for governor" wilt end. test with Catts for the governorship T. amount of 10,000 Pints appr
// ( of 40 "One time I got into politicsand 2000.00 County Commissioner, III the ilia
the ever new wonder of the tree that Santa on Jan. 'Tt'public career got defeated for governor.." and M. O. Harrell In the amountof .Ing theo month or Novem

.. years. that he never $2.000.00 as County Commissioner far this
31otwaed 7 OtId/a brought. He will retire as state treasurer he said. Explaining berrle month 10,7:10:
appointments as ; each executed by the Continental mOVed
,, -- Because this is the- one land where to be succeeded by 40-year, applied for his keto through
E. L. tilait1eees-:=__ :__-?.: Editor and owner old J. Edwin Larson of Jackson treasurer or comptroller. Casualty Company of
t lights burn on in the windows and on the ville. A state law assures Knotta I Knott and Catts were opponents Chicago, III., was approved. On Monday Decemb

" Published. Weekly on Fridays and Entered M Sec- Christmas trees, let us all unite to make i retirement compensation of $3- for the Democratic nomination. The Bill of the County Assessor market r e POI t e cI

Mid Clan MatUT at the Pot Office at Starke, Fla. this a "light" Christmas! Whether it be 000 a year, half his salary as The first count showed Catts of Taxes for making the Special bringing 15 to 17c a 7.
state treasurer. ahead by 260 vote in 85.000 cast. Levy' 'for School Bond Service December 3, 1,800
u "f --- -
SUBSCRIITION KATK in the expansive front yard of 'a mansion Knott,'now 77 years old, Is the Recounts in various precincts resulted against Homesteads was again 13c to 17c. while Decelll Pin

.>, Yearly, 91.50; Six Months" 75c-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 1,7S0: pinta bring ham

Advertising Rates on Application plenty, or the tiny window of a small cot- government. He did not seek reelection nominee. the referred to the Board of Public the pint.It .
treasurer be- Catts then was certified as Instruction. III
show light at Christmas time. Holiday this year as and In thought from
tage, a party nominee, dications p
"If I another prohibition
ceause, he said, serve that It
Make This A Light Christmas! lamps of red and green strung like holly term I would be In my 82nd the November general election he Berries Start Christmas before will!

t,4 r America Still Free wreaths in the windows of the land will year when It ended (I In January defeated Knott by about 10,000 assumes anything the like
1945)) and when a man gets Into votes and served as Florida's gov- From Plant City volume.
Dawn of Christmas' Day will find the in
spread their holiday message; of greeting his 82nd year he's an old man.I ernor during the World War per-
United States one of the few nations unhonor of Him whose birthday is December don't want to wait until I'm lod. Strawberry. shipments from TOMATO PRICES

shadowed by blackouts, unshaken by the 25. decrepit .to retire. I'm In good Knott was appointed superin- Plant City continued this week, Redlaml. South Goo

screaming of dive bombers 'the highwhine I health, and I've never had a pain tendent of the state hospital In although the drought and cold era are FIori
or harvesting
Street after street, block after block, except a tooth ache" 1921 ahd served there until 1927 weather holds down yield. Prices, land tomato the
F of air raid alarms. I Knott twice was appointed state when he was appointed state too, have been one .to o good, prices crop In hi
and mile after mile 1 e t. make this a lighChristmas. ranging from
Of all the major nations in the world, I treasurer-In 1903 and in 1928. He auditor. His treasury appointment but it is believed the advent of Ito the growers $,1

America is the only one, this year, where For this is the year of our 'was elected In 1904 and In 1908, followed the next year.

the lights on the Christmas tree may burn Lord 1940 in America, and in America there going idn 1912 out to of accept the treasurer's appointment office as I. County Knott Ga was, In 18S3 born and in came Terrell to BOREE FUNERAL HO

throughout the night without violating is Peace! i state comptroller. He held other 'Florida in 1881 "in a covered Ambulance. Service Day or Night Phone 134 |
offices before 1903. wagon with my younger brother We have added
-- --- --------- -- ------- a late model AMBULANCE
He ran for in 1916 and the family dog." He recalledthe to our MI,
city sticker with a yen for com mingle with the delightful scent governor Atlanta, with special springs for eu"y .
required rl.Unj
started near
: and was defeated by Sidney J. trip,
!i I'; I Russell Kay tort of burning pine. Catts. In 1928 he was appointed! 21 days to reach Lees- "A HOME-LIKE IN TITUTION" 0, II nenadt
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In a weak moment I permitted
They told of the thrill\ of the treasurer and has occupied the burb'"We're
some of my newspaper friends to hunt of woodlands that teemed
talk me Into joining them on a with wild turkey and deer. How
"r, TOO LATE deer 'and turkey hunting you would return to camp: hungryas Governor Cone Anxious To Leave

''I TO CLASSIFY .. tlon. They certainly expedl'I' a wolf tai find a meal fit for SQUARE DANCE
Worries Of Job And Take A Rest
. beautiful picture that mad l e a king awaiting .your arrival.
t'I don't know whether you've Mother Nature look like a blue '
It was a .great sales talk andI Governor Fred P. Cone, won'tretire thinking about building!
ever gone on a hunting trip In eyed buxom blonde that awaited Every Friday 8:30 P.
fell for it.hook, line and sinkeror M.
after he leaves office next a new home, he continued, "If,
If with told of
the not but
Everglades or youhaven't open arms. They
; maybe I should be apropos month 'but he expects to take along we can find the money. But
the of life in the the
should It
you try some joy open, At
time. It's tt great experience, mag'c of the'campfire where you and lay lock stock and barrel. rest befor resuming his law until we get into our new place,I The
Anyhow, I found myself ever- practice in Lake City. I'm going to spend most of my
particularly you happen to bea sat and smoked your pipe and allowed
glades bound, with a blanket, The chief executive, makingthe time sitting on the porch of the
more or less weak and puny the aroma of tobacco tot 'NITE OWL
mattress boots Jacket, shotgun, first public announcement of hotel watching the traffic go by." CAFEBALLROOM
rifle, mosquito bar, carving knife, his plans said he would vacationfor He termed the governorship "a a '

CLASSIFIED ADS I and a lot of,,other equipment.I've about three months after the killing Job"( :{Adding that' "It

always thought that fishermen Inauguration of Spessard L. Holland wouldn't be so, tough if the man STARK
were nuts with the mess as }his'successor on January holding the office wasn't pestered ,

FOR SALE-31-acre farm with of junk. they gather together before 1, 1941. almost to death by job-seekers,
FOR SALE : five good buildings, pecan starting out to day a black In addition to his law practice,' delegations committees and pea Music By

grove, potato crop. 4 acres In bass 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, 3-4 has a fisherman backed off the affairs of the Columbia County and friends."

Used show canes, 4, 6, and ml. 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 r en tat' mokalee until we reached: a loca' am.'" Cone commented. agree with me. It will take time

Klngsley. Lake. Suitable for tlon about five miles north of "I'm looking forward to returning -. I suppose, before they realize
GLASS OF ALL KINDS bachelor quarters-Mrs. E. S the Tamlaml Trail and seven or to' Lake City, Just like a what I have saved the state and

And Automobile glass In. Matthews, Walnut St., Starke eight miles east of the Immoka little boy pr, girl looks forward to the taxpayers" 1

stalled while you wait. I Fla., tf lee road. To reach It you haveto seeing Santa Claus," he said, He said he feels "better thanI

KEYS travel about five miles in whatis "And I'm npt kidding either." did 10 years ago, but being THE;: PERFECT G I
Lake front lots. on ent chore several FOUND-Rln&.and containing known as a "swamp buggy"a "It has been darn hard work governor did not improve my .
keys yellow gold
of Bantu Fe Lake, four mUM kind of a cross between a tractor being governor of this state" he health-It was the operation I rr
from Keystone Heights, 100 signet ring may be obtained by tank and jaloppy The darn added, "And with little time for had a few months ago." .y. '<.

800 ft.-Sold on tattty term. owner at office Bradford Identification County Tele thing runs like a combination fun or rest.' I've missed both and The governor will be looking fora ., .ft '

,See graph and.payment upon of ad. steam roller and concrete mixer I! expect to catch up with both partner when he returns to ?: Five.Pieces!,

and Jars everything from your before m&Dy'more weeks go by." Lake City."I .
JOE PETER'S CLASS FURNISHED COTTAGES on back teeth Q' your heels. WIleD' Governor and Mrs. Cone named' my former partner, 1

438 N... SHOP 9th. St. Lake Santa. 'Fe, :9 miles east of ? ow and then you get stuck In move out ot'tt e executive mansionin Roy Chapman, to the supreme tai

Phone 090 ,Galneavllle, Fla. Wal'do.4 Electric lights, run a. swamp and It'sall, \ hands out Tallahassee next month they'll court, and 'that leaves me withouta
ning water. Inquire Lewis I In the mud and you chop down live, temporarily: at least In a partner and with'very little I
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FOR SALE-Household furniture. Jewelry ,Co.., Gainesville, Fla. trees and build a road on which hotel on Lake City's main street practice" he said. "So I plan to '
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 Chair!I
1701 K. Ocklawaha Ave., Ocala and continue the- jour made into apartments, the governor him get out and get some new Ottoman]
Fla. Itp MACHINERY REPAIRS all ney. / saidi business." End Tabf
kinds. W e 1 d I n g and black-I t
'l'YPEWRITl'U.S-New' Remington smlthlng.':-Harnett Iron Works, Finally you reach the so-called Lamp i anShade'
portables, $5 down $5 a Camp Blandlng, Fla. On Road campsite and have a lot of fun County Commissioners Minutes V -_ '!

month. Prices start at $29.75. 48, Strlckland's Camp No. 2. I untangling all the baggage, pul For December 2nd.
tin' the tents MeetingThe
-Bradford County Telegraph, up and mosquitobars ,
NOISELESS: REM I NOT O N- dlggln' for water and chop
... Starke.'-' Fla. tfb'Ott Standard office size, factory rebuilt pin wood. Just to be helpful The Board of County CommIssioners A. Canova as sureties, was ap- _

<':--New and used trullerbargains. like new. Remarkable Mother Nature, who turns out to of Bradford County, Florida proved.
'' value $00 cash Bradford. be an old met December 2 In regular County Commissioners
E & S Trailer Sales hag, trips you on jagged Bonds In
located at Palm Trailer Park, Telegraph. Starke, Fla. tf protruding rocks and slashes session with' the following mem- the amount of 2000.00 each
Orlando, Fla. Alva and National you with saw grass and scrub bers present: L. U Conner. Chair executed by the Fidelity and Cas-
f' Trailer tf NICE LARGE TRAILER for sale, palmetto. man. P. D. Reddish, Mallory ualty Company of New York

reasonable, Write G. W. L. Mosquitoes, aandfllea and red. Thomas, R. S. Wasdln, and T. D. were approved; J. L, Wynn and aa
FOR SALK-3-room house and Smith General Delivery, Starke Dyal. W. Mitch Edwards.
budgs greet you as a welcoming
about an acre of ground on Fla.' lip Pauper allowance of Mrs.
f committee and the dampness of Rosl Bond of W. E. Middleton in
Road 48, about 6 miles from Allen
was
1 everglades night settles discontinued the amount of, $5,000.00:
FOR SALE Jersey milk cow, down on as Sup-
I Starke. Dear Hellbronn Springs.J milking 3 ;.1-2 gal. dally. Has you 'till you feel like a cross between $15.00 was appropriated for removal erintendent of. Public Instruction; '
-Earl Cook, Jr., Starke Fla. third calf, heifer one month a wet sponge and an over expenses* of a Mrs. Rauler- J. S. Norman In the amount of Complete,

IF YOU HAVE ASTHMA, use old.- E. E. Wasdln.t Waldo worked blotter. yule son and Ga.son_ indigents to Green- 2000.00 as Member of the Boardof $29.95 shown here!
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Mlnton'a Remedy which since Fla. 12.13 2tp Crawling beneath your pup The Public Instruction; A. O. An- as
purchase of
1866, has given relief to Asthma tent, you drape your mosquitobar for a fluorescent dreu In the amount of $2,000.00
and Bronchial sufferers. 18- FOR SALE-Good used Plymouth about you and await sweet' light tor's office the County Tax: Collec- as Sheriff; E. K. Perryman in Give "Him" one of these Chair Ensembles and

ounce bottle $2.00 postpaid. coupe, bargain for cash. See slumber, but strange and weird was approved. the amount of $1,00000 as County can be sure that you've chosen wisely! A prest
Order now. Sarco Remedy Company Mr. Chandler at J. W. White's night noises keep you awake. The I Application of Bernard Thyson, Judge; A.. J. Thomas In the
Sidney. Ohio. 12-6 3tp Store. Starke, Fla. lip wind rustles a nearby palmetto Agent for Tampa Florida Brewery -' amount of $1,000.00 as Clerk of years of "Home Comfort"!IA
I Inc., for wholesale of beer' the Circuit Court
and you Imagine It Is a rattlesnake 'I ; each executed made
on the prowl; you just was approved. by the Fidelity and Casualty big deep comfortable Lounging Chair

about doze off and a crazy hoot Board rconested the Super Co., of New York N. Y., was approved I man's relaxation and "solid comfort"! Togetheran

owl screeches overhead. The true visor of registration and the by the Board Ottoman for added luxury! An assortment off

woodsmen in your party go off County Judge, and the Clerk as Bond of C. A. Knight In the End f
v ,a aD1II to sleep the minute they hit the I a committee,. to open the special amount of $10.000.00( as County ers are available. A 6-way Lamp, and an

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 "
total loss. at the next regular meetingof proved. ap DENMAR

1II IIINo. 7 Then cornea the dawnbuteven the Board on January 6, 1941, Bond of E. W. Hayes as County JOHN H.

before the first crack of It Upon application of, Foster Sh ,. Assessor of Taxes In the amount

303 Cranberry Sauce 3 for 25c you are routed out of bed and Smith for duplicates of Tax Certificates of $1,000.00; J. B. Rowe as CO.
299 of Deputy FURNITURE
half awake you grab a towel and August 6. 1928 Sheriff 'In the amount of
tart for the bathroom only to and 1438 of August 7. 1933; the $1,000.00; E. Sparks In the
Tall Milk-Carnation Silver Cow Pet and clerk
was instructed amount
suddenly realize that there ain't to prepareand of $2,000.00 as Member

Golden Key, 3 for 25c, 3 Small for lOc I no bathroom. Taking your turnat to deliver said duplicates according ...........,--., ....... ,
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the wash law. .... -
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or ice water here and there and Application of Mr. Rhoden forwldow'
COMPLETE LINE OF FRUIT CAKE answer the breakfast call, then pension for the Union Under

MATERIALS while it Is still dark you set out Robinson children was denied. The MistletoeEVERY

In the wake of the guide In searchof Application 0 f Susie Kstelle

FRUIT JUICE the elusive deer I Myrlck for widows pension was WOMAN WANTS TO LOOK HER 'L01'ilESTr
After walkla' anywhere from approved, and.application of Onle
two to ten miles you take your Taylor was laid over for further Take Advantage of Our Eugene Ch'i61m
WOODBURY Heinz Tomato
investigation. 21.)
place on what Is known as a Specials (Dec. 13 Through Dec
Notary Public Bond ,,
Dole PineappleDr. "stand and one by one the members for J. R.
FACIAL SOAP of your party are given locations Kelley In the amount of $ ot.oo A.to**
Phillip ,along the edge of a signed by L. o. Powell and D. E. $7.50 Eugene Oil Wave $10.00 $150

Orange and swamp while the guide with the Knight, as sureties was approved. $5.00 Machine. r !
dogs goes farther on to round Notary Public Bond for Orle i
up
Y r Dr. Phillips the deer. You listen for the baying A. Wiggins In the amount of $10.00 _Eugene Oil Wave Christma.Skid
of $500 oo executed by the Fidelity
the hounds which signifies One
Juices .. __ $7.50
Grapefruit a and Casualty Co. 1
mat iney are on the fresh trail ,, of New York, t mbfr
of a vension steak as surety was approved. Starting
and MACHINELESSSPECIALS
you stand 'lOth
' with ifour purchase df3 calces All ankle deep In muck with gnat Notary Public for T Frank \ Through

at regular price 3 For exploring your eyes, ears nose Landrum In the amount of $500.00 01 Waff
L50
Signed by J. M. $
Alvarez
and throat like they were special and L. 5.50 End Curls $3.3
C25C lats. Then from afar you heat. blister for
on your heel. for
y ,25cBENNY'S "yelp yelp. yelp." and $4.25 friend
you areas
This
goes on day after day. Phone 18 Or bring a
alert as a Minute Man at .tr
Concord Sometimes you get a turkey or a $7.50 Machlneless pet two $3.5?
Bridge. Ten For
minutes,
squirrel but Appointment $5.00
your chance to
twenty minutes landa for $5.00 for
thirty minutes
deer is
mighty slim,
GROCERYGuy you wait. Your considering
nerves tense
the
fact
and nothing happens. X coupleof have killed the about state's 3.000 paid hunters In this Lady Fair
hours later a guide comes back Beauty ShoppeCall
Sale, Mgr. and says "no luck." so you walk area.the state But If you want to TRY,

back to camp and attend the, whether demands five bucks, Street Starke
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Increase Investor Here Varied Christmas Services I Attractive New Homes For Starke

i f ; Gen. Persons : ;

--.wrr gee+srTrW :
Planned ChurchesThe ,. ,.'.,f "
By
Crime Starke "" Takes Command ,

real meaning of the Christ- there will be a Young People's .", .

Grows mas season will be brought Impressively meeting, and at 7:30 o'clock the
City to the citizens and pastor will preach. Of Camp j

visitors In Starke by a series ot The annual Christmas tree for

Jailor Has Worries, rate carefully planned services at'the the eatidrenwU1: be held Monday Himself
Expresses
But Most Of Them I ,w.w.. various Churches in the city. pigbfat, :7:30 o'clock.Presbyterian ii
ass The First Baptist Church will : ChurchAs As Well! Pleased

OJ Minor Nature ..r e begin Yuletide services Sunday part of the calendar of With Set.Up Here

rr.as. morning with a "White Christ- union! religious service In the t
fsurke'a population and business mas" at the Sunday School hour,. community the PresbyterianChurch Major General John C. Persons. "

reaks, resulting from Boom and the offerings will be for tbe'benefit. announces Its annual pre- BirminghAm Ala, commander of '

naturally, have their draw- rss.tn.t 'of the Florida Baptist' Christmas Vesper Service to be the Thirty-First (Dixie) Division ,

icto. Children's Home. held Sunday afternoon at 5:30: o' of the United States Army, "together ''V
[jailor Ben Rowe, the city'sU ..a.r At the 11 o'clock hour the clock.. with Headquarters and f

man No. 1, even goes farther choir will sing "0, Holy Night" This candle-light" service, always One of the moat attractive homes built here In recent years Is staff officers, assumed command '

[ declare that it' is" "drunk and., ; and "0. Holyt Christmas! Morning one of the! most beautiful this two-story house ,of Colonial Inspiration, recently completed of Camp Blanding last Friday up- ,

Uball boom 40. ." Miss Cly'de'' Nelle Thomas during the holidays, offers the for Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Duncan on Walnut Street.: "Starke Is on his arrival aboard( a special \
IJust tf) prove his point he reed -! will sing as a solo "Christmas" for train of, the Southern Railway
t opportunity understanding and experiencing Its greatest building boom, and many more attractive j:
I this week, to a Telegrapher 1 and the Rev A. E. Lightfoot, appreciating nome of the fine' Immediately after arriving at I J
i homes are under construction, or being planned.Mr. .
of the various
some and I it pastor of the church, will take as Ch'lstmas'musle of the Christian Camp Blanding, the high Army f
things with which he Is .kw4- +ar.1l his subject "The Spirit of Christ faith official signed an order which,

fronted over a single week- ,eMrt ma So" The service this 'year, as In 1 kra made him Camp Commanding officer )'

At the evening service, Chap 'the past, Is one of the high pointsof and another by which Cot :.

(first! and foremost Is the sterol lain Allan Brown of Camp Bland- the Yuletide season and a cordial R. II. Kelley. became Station i IJ

l complaint that someone has I t Ing will deliver the sermon. At Invitation la extended to (CASC) Commander and Executive "4

lea someone's automobile; ort I 8:45: o'clock a bus will leave from members' of all churches and to Officer. Lt.. Col. Ray K.

(at t "somebody knocked me out f ,'. the church, going to the camp, all visitors and residents who Smathers, executive officer, was .j"

J 1 stole my purse." JaUor Rowe and all young people from the find themselves In this communityat designated,, as Post Adjutant by

i long ago learned not to Goner various churches are urged to go Christmas time. order of Major General Persons. f,

ai very serious these two on the bus and sing Christmas Tbs service is In charge of the The Army officer expressed his ''

mplalnts. Because as he ex- carols at the camp, under the Young I people who, in the past gratitude this week for the reception :

ID you find nine times out sponsorship of Chaplain Brown have made the Christmas Vespersa which'had been afforded him j

I ten, the complainant doesn't -t "'."J: and Chaplain Holland. beautiful raervlce of Worship by Florida people upon his arrival ,
n have a description of who 3 //l w"u. a Methodist liurch St. Mantis.Episcopal at his new post, and said .t 1

mpted to assault him, or what Church School at the Methodist The customary Holy Communion that he Is 'especially pleased with ,

t person' looked like who stole I f' Church will be held as usual service will be"held at mid the fine "weather that Florida la \"

i automobile. In the first place, Sunday morning at 10 o'clock and night on ChrrttniHs'Eve" at St having. ,

said, half of the time persons lessons will be in keeping with Mark's Epl c pa.1',Church here. In He pointed to this aa an Important t
One of the numerous Investors and Mrs. Junius M. Smith now their well-
report stolen automobiles are the Christmas season. announcing thla! impressive annual are occupying factor In the training of i
Lily In party with,friends, who brought to Starke in recent At 11 o'clock the pastor, the observance, the' Rev. Fred Yerkes planned all-on-one-floor residence, which has Just been completed the some 40.000'' troops who will |

ether with them, get drunkoft months is Louis' Shafkln of New Rev. H. A, Spencer, will deliverhis said, "It Is hoed that residentsof on a beautiful rounding lot across Road 28 from the eventually be stationed at Bland- '

times leave the ownerer York and Miami, already a fami sermon on the subject, "When Starke, as well as visitors Fernandez home. The Smiths' is the first private home In ing for a years military service

he consumes too much liar figure on Call Sheet A God Comes to a World." There here, will,avail themselves of the Starke to be equipped throughout with fluorescent lighting. from the Thirty-First and Forty-
Iskey. The car then is found will be music welcome Christmas Third Divisions.
special by a large opportunity ----- --- -- -------- q
Ira one to five days later parked diamond broker by profession, choir, and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins will In._ spiritual way. If Chrlat Major General Persona indicated f

lite streets, or returned to the connected with the Paramount sing, "0, Holy Night." be not >reborn in men, Christmas Tree Contest I Booster Banquet:. he would consume much of his 1 ji;

er when the party Is over and Diamond Center in New York At 6:30: o'clock In the, evening loses, Its meaning ; time in the direct supervision of '.

i tclf-lnvited drivers sober up. (largest In the world), Mr. Shaf- troop training:, and would be off

[ust to give the, average lay- kin recently purchased the Sis- Berry FestivalHeadquarters Good ChanceTo Real Success of the Camp reservation but very
Again
la an Mea of what he has to SponsoredCash : little of the time. He la located .:

Itend with nightly, Jailor Rowe trunk property at the intersec- Set Up Get In CCC at Camp. Headquarters of the "'

(land this week that It Is a tion of Call and Cherry Sts., and Prizes To lie Tornadoes Hear Thirty-First Division which also .

U occurance not to get to bed will soon start construction of Plans for staging the Strawberry There Is 'an opening In the Coach houses his staff' Two other
J 2 A, M. and then be called ight new store buildings on the Given Hy Three University ; buildings In that vicinity housethe
Festival forward Civilian Conservation Corps for
are going
even and eight times bean site. He himself wUl be proprietor Local OrganizationsThe See, Tech Movies Headquarters Special Staff l
rapidly with the opening of an every mentally" and physically fit
that and 7 o'clock the same of an ultra-modernistic jewelry and the Adjutant\ General and his f
riling.Why. store to be included in the office for the desstmlnatlon? of unemployed BY I d for d County; '''annual outdoor Christmas Members of the 1940 B. H. S, staff.

[" one night--"the": Jailor' group., "Mr.;' Shafkln is a amem information 'and distribution' of male between,ttn-agw-o*;ill and tree fighting contest, )is: belnf, Tornado- squadfuUot*turkey' ; i
|nplalned l l "some one was. ber of the Masonic lodge I the 23 1-2 year.;, It war pointed out and with their ears 'still burnIng -
premium lists and blanks sponsored his the
entry by Denmark To Move
king: at both the back and, Elks, the Moose, the Showmana yesterday by Mrs;. W. L. An- year from the tributes paid 'them '
t doors and the telephone League of America, and has a for those desiring to enter articles drews, member of the Fifth Dla Woman's Club, the Rotary Club, by distinguished guests at, the First Of Year

ng at the same time." Thatt I life membership in the State In competition for cash prizes, ac- trlct Welfare Bour and ,the American Legion Post, second annual Booster Club ban-

a sample of what I 'havedo Agricultural and Mechanical So- cording to T. Frank Landrum, "The CCC will enroll around In order to be eligible for a prize, quet here Monday night, listened' 'rhe John .K. Denmark Furniture

I more ''nights than one. ciety of South Carolina. President of the Festival Associ 1,500 young men during January," trees must be on the lawn or on In awe-struck silence a a Jack Company which has been

|Comparatively speaklnghow.- Mrs. Andrews stated, "and for Daniels, youthful assistant foot- located here for several years
ation. an open porch.
y. Jailor Rowe declares that the first time, the number of ball coach at the University of plans to make way for increased
Announcement was made over Awards will be as follows: Florida, discussed highlight In .
e crime Soldiers business
has actually been 6,000 pending applications Is so small and move Into larger
allied! since the unusual In- the week-end, by Mr. Landrum that any young man who applies! First prize, $5; second prize. $3; some of the outstanding games quarters on January 1, if everything -
ot of the selection of W V. Allsopp. and six prizes of $1 each. Trees played during the season Just '
people to Starke, either promptly for enrollment is ,certain goes off as scheduled.
king or seeking employment Now In formerly vice-president 0 f the to be accepted If he meets will be judged by a representative closed. It was stated here this week

|Camp Blanding. CampMen Duval County Fair Association, the requirements., from each of the sponsoring The evening was a success from that the Denmark firm will move

Tliree robberies were reported !. as general manager of the Fes- Pending applications (white) organizations every standpoint. Congrcanmun Into the old Postofflce buildingon

I Saturday night alone, but, From Alabama, tival. A promotional campaignhas for the entire Fifth, District now R. A. Green was a gracious and I Call Street the first of the

I Rowe explained that node Mississippi, Louisiana been launched to bring record number but 34The present Free PoisonDistribution witty toastmaster, calling on New year, after It has been improved .
for of crowds to Starke from all over Coach Bill Stephens Principal E. I and generally overhauled.
proof the accusai total In camp'from;the district is
were given by the accusing FloridaThe Florida during the festivities and 279 and from! Bradford County EndsA I L. Williams, Booster Club President Smith Denmark manager of

I'M' These are only a few plans are being made to enlargethe 54. I W. K. Jenkins, and many of the local store, stated that Improvements
117th. Field
Artillery Regi- total of 116.000 pound of
for their
original ac-
thousands) space the guests for short talks. Spokesman will Include
of a new
that !
examples
ment, consisting of officers and commodation.From Enrollees receive $30 a month especially prepared mole cricket
I Jailor gives. for the Tornadoes' was Ralph panel plate glass front for the
troops from all sections'ot Alabama compensation, la addition to food bait has been distributed to the
P Q Tuesday the Interest shown so Nettles, who emphasized the fact old postofflce building, facing
a report was curly -
arrived at Camp Blandingat clothing, dental Land medical attention farmers of Bradford
County ac-
circulated that a man had 1:30: P. M. Tuesday. far, exhibits/:of agriculture and and training .in certain cording to an announcement that the quad will lose only one Call Street. Other Improvementswill
yes-
run down man, Perry Galney by graduation Include overhauling and remodeling
apparently by an The motorized unit livestock are going to surpass skills. After January 1. enrollees terday by County Agent T K.
large con-
'mobile on the Brooker road. ,and that, U. H. S. should i work to the Inside and
tained more than sixty officers even some of the larger fairs In will retain $8 per month of their McClane, Jr. The program has
check-ui have a really great team In 1941. out.
| proved this report
earnings for personal spending, now closed the last date
for
distribution
"", but instead and over 1,000 enlisted men. The the State. Housewives will find Kenneth Turner, captain of lastyear'
the man had
,en drunk convoy traveled by trucks and ample Interest in the women's department I wilt deposit $7 per month as a being Saturday, December Tornadoes was present and
and been thrown account to be returned to 14, 'and Cong. Ramspeck
savings
I of a roadside automobiles and consisted of one which will house exhibits no more bait will be spoke briefly, commending the
establishment
hundred and seventeen motor of known householdart. I them when their enrollment expires available this year. Visits
Green
[trying to knife the every coach and the squad for the good
"r owner. vehicles. Everything will be done, and will remit $13 per This poison Is being put out by ball played thla seaaon.
reeks
II especially those, In Several other contingents of said Mr. Landrum, to Increase Interest month to relatives at home. Those the farmers in an effort to control Congressman Robert Rumapeck.a .
i
fatalities have At the conclusion of the after-
actually oc- men arrived the same day, which of home folks as well as without dependents deposit $22 mole cricket damage to member of the Congressional
have been dinner speeches Sonny Haynes,
few In the of whileIn
very natural their monthly earnings strawberries and fall truck Committee In
five months. together with those already In, visitors In the resourcesof crops.It business manager of the. team, Florida for the past
Other forms
crime makes up a body of troops well Bradford County, through exhibits camp. was made available throughthe presented Coach and two weeks investigating 1 losses
that Stephens
really effect in al I over the 6,000-mark. The entire of varied and colorful displays The next CCC enrollment will efforts of Mr. McClane. the Principal Williams with a of sustained by the> recent Medfly
way, are comparatively begin January 2 and continue Board of gift .
County Commissioners eradication
4. officers company of Thirty-First Division appreciation from the program. was a visitor
squad.
Ih the here report. will be in by Dec. ,,22, and through the month. Applications the State Plant Board, and the with Starke's congressional
tram population skyrock- will consist of 11,790 men whenat Coca-Cola Force should be filed at the nearest district Federal Department of Entomology : Guests of honor also at the member. Lex Green Wednesday.
1,500 persons'on July 1 full strength. welfare' office. and Plant Quarantine. banquet were three cheer leaders, Earlier that day, Congressman
ore than 5,000 persons' as of I Freddie Wimberly, Carolyn Green,
Now Doubled Ramspeck
The poison was mixed at Pa- was the guest at a
week ,|It is -- and Nina whose
I Persons commendable, I Cash Prize I No' Hounds. Wanted latka by the Plant Board, and Bishop, untiring dinner given at Inland Grove, In
point out that the efforts were largely
responsiblefor
With the Increasing demand for wItS brought here with funds donated west Alachua county, by Mar-
'wtlon ng. has been this law Offered For NameA Coca-Cola in this city and Camp At BlandingIn by the County Commissioner the enthusiasm and good Jorie Klnan Rawlings authoress

Blanding as well as surrounding The bait was distributed spirit shown on the sidelines at of "The Yearling," "South Mono ,

$5 cash prize Is being offeredby Ii territories. It has become necessary guiding the destiny of 20,'. under the direct supervision of the games this season. Under," and other current bestsellers '

Lofty Leaves S. A. Weldon for the best I to employ additional help at 000 men at a large Army training two Plant Board Inspectors to An Interesting' feature of the Attending also were Con.

t r. T name for the new bowling ally Just I the local plant.Employment. post, the commanding general 730 applicants during the five evening followed the speeches and Mrs. Lex Green and Arline
IlIg for T Long left Monday opened this week 0 n Temple I here has more usually has little time left for, weeks It was offered. when Conch Daniels showed motion Mann, Starke, and Con Joe Hen-

he Fort Bennlng. Ga., Avenue. Mr. Weldon states that than doubled in the past three amusement The value of poison distribute pictures of the historic game drlckft, DeLand.
will take ,
:b's a three the contest Is open to men, weeks, giving the local firm one However, sometimes requests to Bradford growers was approximately between Florida and Georgia
"' course In the staff of- women, and children everywhere. of the largest crews In the his coming to those high Army of.. $59,000.Rotarians Tech this season! and explained

I"*, training the school. Before Suggested names should be mailed tory of the city. ficers amuse them almost a s some of the most outstanding We Must Increase

lament men In Headquarters or.banded to him In Starke and At present, M. L. Shows of much as seeing a good movie, or plays. In his talk to the boys Subscription Rate
here presented their at Hear the coach emphasized the fact
nder the winner will be announced Jacksonville, an experienced em- hearing an entertaining story.
with a Scheaffer life- that "the will Because of the '
to win" is the Inefsased
.' pen and an early date. ploye of bottling plants is fore-, This was In evidence Tuesday District Governor.District .
pencil set. During greatest factor In football In rout of newsprint and other
The new bowling ally is fillinga after as
sent here
Lollg's man of the ahop. being at Camp Blanding shortly
ds will absence be the local long-felt need for this type of only a few weeks ago. A. J*I the arrival 'of 1.06O _officers and Governor J, C. Buchanan all other sports. He stated that Item ef production which

R. a under command sport here, and the best Brunswick Lippltt. Salem. Missouri Is the men of the 117th. Field Artilleryof paid an official visit to the many an Inferior team has defeated make It prohibitive to pub-

Kidd. Balke equipment Is being new sales manager, and the fol- Alabama. Maj.-Gen. John C. Rotary Club here Wednesday, and a superior opponent simply I |lhh the Telegraph *t tkeprfMwnt
Weldon states. He Invites because their "will to win' was rat, we wish to aua-
used Mr. lowing other workers are busily Persons commading the Thirty- members were privileged to heara
Per Early men, women and childrento engaged In the plant proper. First (Dixie,, Division, said that talk on principals of the organza greater. nounce the following alight:

ext Week paas away a few pleasant Christian Nassar Shelby; Mls*., much of the' afternoon was con t Ion that will be long remem- : Following the motion picture, a Increase In subsorlptioa
sport, which bered. short buaineaa session held price*, effective January 1,
hours In this popular James Allred Cartersvllle. Ca., sumed Tuesday informing, the arriving was

IJa order to give the busl. is "good clean fun and healthful Frank Bennett. Jackaonv Ille, soldiers that they could not Following the luncheon hour, .and J. Q. Godwin of the State IMlt One 91.73 alx

men an opportunity to exercise." Charles McCoy. Cartenrville. Ga., bring high bred fox hounds on directors and committee chair- Farm was elected president of year
month tnoatks.Me.
91.00 .
.1 good-wU1 greeting- roe* John Madore, New York City. E. the reservation* during encamp- men of the club ,met with the the Booster organization for the ; three

before line Telegraph's Too Much Water R. Jackson, Gilbert Cottrell. and ment. A check ,revealed that district governor for a brief diacuaslon 1041 season. E. K. Perryman After January 1 no subscription

.Ors on Christmas' morn- I* Majors, all of Salem. Missouri many men h.d brought along I of alma for 1941 and accomplishments was elected, vice-president and E. will be.. accepted
"'e will publish the paper S. E. Sparks proprietor of the Ernest Moore and Earl Miles, At- their hounds upon hearing that I during 1940 of L. Matthew was re-elected see- for a' shorter period than
Week City Barber Shop had a watery Florida was good fox bunting retary-treasurr.
on Tuesday night lanta Ga. I :the Rotary Club of Stark three months.
_n*l or Thoraday. reception when he arrived at morn-his Miss Antoinette Paracca 0 f grounds.He ,Preceding Mr. Buchanan's The excellent turkey dinner Renewal on all subscriptions

> "k all correspondent* place of business Monday had brokenin Jacksonville ts, assistant to De- Informed the Inquiring for speech Rotarians enjoyed their was prepared by Mrs. Titus Olsen whether currently expiring

eontrlbutora to cooperate ing A water pipe building and Witt C. Jones, Gainesville, who .Is mer Guardsmen that they could annual "Santa Claua" when small and served by the following girls: or not. will be avecrpted -
the
1'Jl\finding* their news In the rear of flooded. manager and owner of the local keep the canines off the Army gifts were exchanged and original Betty Green, Carolyn Keene Alta at .the prevent rate,

r earl* next week not the entire floor was out of the plant and other Interests In this reservation staked out but, not verses were read accompanyingeach Smith Martha Mathews, and Iris from now until January I.h .
titan Water was running ;
Tuemhty the gift. Crews
morning. city and the University city. on property.
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNT1r TELEGIt.-\.n. ST.\RKF. FLORIDA en..w;,.. DpCE31BEg .,

r ___ ._.. --1 of the claimant --
flee address and 2:00
.... wllllam :
j 9"i: : r ab..al..t..d cause that to the o''lu"k r
must be sworn by claimant 1\1
rented. Cranes and other equip Wales and Tampa returned to'L'. "'ao'd. the defendant therein State I his agent or his attorney, or the terms ot .aid dPI'I'oe to --U.

The Building Of Blanding ment used on the job bore the her home Wednesday.Mra. of named"Florida a non-resident. and a resident of the of Duke same law.will become void accordingto des> crlbedl.wV property ,, Ih, rol

came of contractors: throughoutthe J. P. SummerS and Mrs. Inn, Elisabeth City North of twel.ty."no Carolina Thin 28th day of November 1910. : Bt'adr"'d rolmr P.
south. L. C. Smith were In Lake Butler I. over the therefore age ordered that Harry 10. Alatiat. Administratorof Beginning' .
" Is Modern 7th Wonder years; It Is defendant be and the Estate* of August f. Mat at.Deceased. tl 1 the
last
Thirty buildings a day were Friday .said< non-relll""nt appearto 11-29 4t 12-20 floe Of |k, l'lhl'l'
ttSA started and finished. You could Mrs. Annie Ward visited her: he l I.. hereby bill of required complaint to< filed in thettortl,5st
I thesaid ) S
Now almost 60 percent com- welfare condition, but that was see them go up as you watched. oon-ln-law and daughter Mr. and < cause on or before Monday JM1SV. and <
,
L>. 141 nnci IT rorwr ov el
A. THM TMH
it
SA plete, Camp Blanding Florida' outside the camp. In the afternoon there would bea Mrs. Volley McKinney Friday I otherwise the 8th day the of January al.egatlon of said KKillTH Jl'ItlCIAIi' tllH'lIT OF ESSffS t ..

largest single building project Inside the reservation itself activity new mesa hall or other structure Mr. and Mrs J. B. Crews of bill will be taken an tonfesaed by : TMH FOil HTATM IIRtllFOItU OF PI.OHID COINTV*. |vAM to pehrtas.tE14 feel th ,,t.:.,

Is a never-ceasing marvel to visit hummed with military where only the foundation, Lake Butler attended services at said It d..fendant.|I.. further ordered, that thllli IX tMANCKHY log Aisn Two '21 "OKlonl"l..", ?
here weekend bowed in the morning. I once a C. 8. Tl"on. unmarried, 1'0",11'0' Olllr, .
ore who stream every smoothness and precision. the Christian church Sunday. order be published In the Corner or tho at the Ant,
week Plaintiff "'
'; to see this very tangible evid- Housing for workmen was the Hospital unit with 2800 beds, I Mrs. I. W. Dyal left Sunday fora for Bradford tour consecutive County Telegraph a -VH- l"or..lo..r..1 Mortgage 01 tlf I the Northwest'nrllt QUarter Hair
N
ence of American genius and ef greatest problem and the erectionof one of the largest in the country i few days visit with her parents. newspaper published In said County Hellen_ Kaaynxkl., and whose husbandKasynakl christlan. Section Thlrly IIrt h""ol QUllrt..r /,

e flclency In getting atngsdone. a labor camp with a delousingunit were sprawled out along the lake- Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis, In and State. 26th", 1940. name la to' plaintiff unknown ship two ((6)) Stuth kange4j'r: )
Out of a welter of traffic Jams aide. Big warehouses and other This November DefendantsKOTIC16 (22)) r.ot. ;
y and a huge mess hall seat- Jacksonville: (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas 35 yard.. and rUn
dust sand, and scrub 'oak the ing 1200 didn't solve it. buildings' went up like magic. Rev. LevlF of Jacksonville con I Clerk JC"iS.UltK.SfyUrtp.P t OF NPKriAI.NA Ll0. MA9TKIO I East h..n III' t.OUllt; th"'H'' .IS W..ot 71

great sprawling camp has taken Workers were forced to find Miles of railroad cars of ma- ducted services at the Christian O. lJy.\. Stephens: KlCleric., NOTICE I 8 HEREBY GIVEN fling, 70" yards II polntd4
undersigned Special "I"lnlllll'
shape rapidly--so fast. In fact accommodations in Jacksonville I terials and supplies stood on; the church Sunday afternoon. Solicitor for Complainant ter that by the virtue of a Unal Decree Ma. acre, moo'o "ntSeciionl I h....one.hi
'. that the time keepers have to and lumber was unloaded and i 11-29 4t 42-20 heretofore rendered In the till ""0
circuit
sidings Graves
42 miles away,, and travel to and Mr. and Mrs. O. O. orlhea'i ('Ot
ride horne to keep up with the Court of Bradford County, Florida j .tnu )
directly Into an electric sawmillto of Daytona West n fi'V 174thence ,
from the job dally on special daughter. Shirley F.IGhh1iIHRADFOIID In that certain Chancery suit I tor .tart
moving work gangs. work trains. At the camp site be cut into proper sizes. Beach visited Mr. and .Mra. J. A 1'F." ('HP. wherein .,.. S, Tlson Unmarried. InVlalntlff Went fiZZ'"fee.Ito( r'et.ht

I"I The peak of employment was they were met by a convoy of Build It in Few Minutes Graves and Mrs LA C, Smith recently ("I-UU'I'I.'Ot:N..... !W4.TH 0V VkOIIIUA.IV I husband, and .Hellen... Kazynakl Kaiynskl whose, and said Quarter thence We.t I

passed recently, and representatives trucks, packed 60 at a time in 12- The cut lumber slid out ontoa <'''.'tfKItY Christian -name I* to Plaintiff unknown feet thence to l has ornr "n MOUIII Non
W. POOL, ( <
DONALD 623
of the contractors, Starrett :oot stake bodies and hauled to platform where hundreds of Complainant, are defendant, wed offer lion line to fret on
for ale and veil to the highest polnl 1e
KMIHTIIJl andbtiHt or
York a It
New roi'KT. I"
I Brothers and Eken of their tasks. In the afternoon men nailed it together Big it 'rinrriT 'IIH'I'I'r. BRADFORD .va- tt bidder or bidder for cash SI\lnn! II Irly.o"
Township
ll (
say that the progress will be they were hauled back to the cranes reached over, lifted the (COUNTY STATE OF KLOH1UA.It MARY ZENA U..fendant POOL, In front of the South Door of the TwenIY'h",>I lie ill() HOUlh,

i even more rapid from now on work trains. finished sections onto trucks and ('H \0('.;RY ORDBK OK PUBLICATIONTHE Stiirke Bradford, Florida County on Courthouse Monday the,n Sixteen 101 acres East inure. "
MAE JOLLY PINK< HAM, or
with only the best men remainingon Men Lived Far Away they: were hauled to the building Complainant STATE! Zena OP FLORIDATO Pool. Walterbor, 6th day of January, A. D.. 1841 be. E K Pere
: Mary tween the hours of 11:00 A. M., and ADkhl
the payroll. Men lived as far away as Ocala sites The sides of new struct- vsCHARLES Soot h C urn lln a. 12-8 4t 1S-S1 :
,
There never has been a short' 70 miles. distant. They pooled to- urea were ready as foundationswere Defendant.EI-nnRT PINKIIA&f It Is hereby. ordered that you appear -
January
age of men but at times skilled; gether and hired trucks travelingo finished. They were up in It appearing" by arrldavlt appended at.r.vetate -- I Bill of on Complaint filed againsttyouIn i
the
t labor was at a premium and the' and from camp 140 miles a a few minutes, the roofs were on to .
whole southeast was searched for day standing up. They left at and the workmen had moved to the defendant therein published once each Meek for MEADCURING
the Slate
5 o'clock In the morning and were the text building. This went on named a nonresident! t. a of resident of four ((4) consecutive weeks In the
of Florida and Telegraph a
cra.tlamen.enlC HI'a Tor d County
]{ of Worker back home for supper at 9 o'clock continuously through the night. Unknown, l le.--J.over the are of newspaper< published In Bradford:

Unionized throughout like all\ nt night It took their truck The operation'grew so big thatIt tw..nlyonefea.that mild IH; Iwn.r..ld."t It In Ih.'efol'eord..r..d defendant County )Floi Ida.WITNKSS .

the nation's defense projects the more than an hour to crawl the took three days to pay off the be and he Iti hereby required my hand and, official'

amazing thing has been the earnest sight miles between Starke and workmen. Twenty men handling complaint to appear filed In to the said bill cause of Seal.!Florida at St."ke.thin 22nd In LJiadford day of November County,

and conscientious service the the camp o n a traffic packed the gigantic payroll couldn't get ion or before Monday the 6th, day .\. D. 1940OFFICIAL e

workers have given. road. mound to all of them any faster. of January allegation A. of D.said 1941.bill olherwlnethe will betaken Clerk( of Circuit SRAL; ) Court A. J.Bradford Thomas

A few loafers and imposltora For this schedule plus a411. When completed Camp Blandingwill an confexnsd by said de- .

may have got past the personnel hour work week ordinary work- be the only entirely new fendant. The State of Florida to: Helen M.
director at the height of the rush I' Tien got 40 cents an hour or cantonment In the country and It IM further ordered that week thin Reynolds of Lincoln City Oeleware.

1 but they were quickly spotted and $19.01 a week after 19 cents was one of the best laid out anywhere.The for order four he consecutive published once weeks a In the Floyd Von J.: are Reynolds hereby as notified plaintiff that has

fired. leducted for social security. men who put it together Itiarirord County Telegraph anew."ap..r filed his bill of complaint for divorce No increase in Price

There are tales around of farm And they really worked. They will be proud of their accomplishment and tState.:: published In Halt! County an against defendant you. Helen In the 1\(Circuit. Reynolds <

era and others buying cheap saws ;ot down as far as 32 feet In the but nearly all of them must Thin. November 26th, 1940 Court of Bradford' County Florida,
and hammers and posing as carpenters nuck and water to lay sewer then find jobs somewhere else. COFKICIAL. BEU.: ) A. J. Thomas In l'han'el'Y. case No 1005 and
Clerk Circuit CouitJ Thin IH to command you to appearIn
but it is a certainty that 'Ines. They grubbed palmettos H. Harrison Jacksonvllle Fla. said cause and court on !Monday
they didn't last long. This Is and cleared swamps. GreenwoodBy Solicitor Complainant January 6th 1941, otherwise theallegations We Specialize In
bill of Sugar
11-29 4t 1220iv of complaintwill
bricking
one place where gold They worked at night by the be taken an confessed by you.
haan't been tolerated. Humiliation of hissing carbide Miss Mildred Cftrsser The Bradford I'nnnty Telegraph Is
one of the cutriiT f o P n T. I'.u.iiTii I hereby designated as the newspaperIn
The contractors are !Ights, and they stopped only Mr. and Mrs. Earle L. Chegser Jt'DI'IL ciiKiir, ill %FOHII) which this older shall be published -
nation's largest' building concerns, ong enough to gulp down the( we revisiting'. Chester's l'OEN'1'Y. ,4."T\li': OF FMHIIIIt. for four consecutive weeks
experienced In World War con cold lunches they had brought,1'om It: <'H \M'KIIVDOIIOTIIV prior to said return day. Witness
t mother. Mrs. G. W. Rahme. Sr., CAJtI'to :>;'1'EH. my hand and official seal at Cured MeatsGainesville
struction, and they had a Job to home. There wasn't' time of Hampton Sunday. I I Complainant, Htarke, Bradford County }Florida
do quickly Production was all lo provide restaurant facilities in (I .va- this December :J i, 1940.
Mrs W. E. KIrkland and son, MALCOLM CAKPCVTEUDefendant : (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.:1.: Thomas
that counted and there was always the camp, only cold drink stands Harold spent Saturday with Mr. .. Cleik of Circuit Court of Bradford
somebody higher up Increasing No Time For ComplaintsOf I if appearing by' affidavit appended County Jo-lol'ldll
and Mrs J. A. Chesser.
to tfcie bill filed In the Knight" & KnlKht
the pressure for speed course there was some Mrs. J.: D. Sapp and children ahove..laled'au"e that Malcolm Starfce, FloridaAttorneys
lIuntirt'd.1I1t Ing but there time therein for 'lalntirr. 13-6 4112-27
grumbling, wasn't and Mrs. Raiford' Gill and children Carpenter the defendant
When a man's work wusn't even for complaints. When a man named a non-resident of the State:
were visiting Mrs. Leslie of .orida. and a resident of Old Ice 8
satisfactory he got a blue slip, didn't like his job he could go to McCellan Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Bridge, Jew Jersey Is over the It TIIH (' >l'MJl'IK.n'X f'01'HT.
and that was the end of him. Always the window and get his pay. The age of twent one veairf; It Itf I 1'A %" It KOII Illl.VlM'Olllt
J. "Chesser and daughters therefore orclvied that said nonresident <'(Ii'F1'. FI.OIIII> %.
there were hundreds more Florida Employment Service had Mildred and Elsie, and Mr. defendant, be and he la IV; RE:: 1JSTATK OF AUGUST! F.
waiting at the employment windows others waiting to step into his hereby required lo appear ldh the MATZAT, Cold Storage Co
and Mrs. Earle Chesser were bill of complaint filed In causeon Deceased
for his job. place.It shopping In'Starke Saturday aft or before. Monday the 6t h., day NOTICE TO CREDITORSYou
Men came here from ns far was mass production such as of January A. I>. 1341 otherwisethe and each of you are here-
the Pacific coast. lookIng Florida hasn't before. ernoon. allegations of said bill will be by notified and required to presentany J. L. GEORGE Mgr.
away as seen Every Mrs. G. W. Rahme Sr., of taken aa confessed by said de claims and demands which you ,
for work, many, bringing their available truck drag line and Hampton Is spending a few daysof fendant.It or either of you, may have against
families and creating a difficult team roller In the state was Is further ordered that this the Estate; of August F. Matzat,
this week with her son-in-law order' be published once a week Deceased late of said County to Phone 1067 1201 N. GroveS
and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Earle for four consecutive weeks. In the the County Judge of Bradford
Bradford County Telegraph a County Florida at his office In
it. Chesser. newspaper published In said County the Courthouse at St..rkeIorlda., GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
We are glad to welcome Mr. and Stale within eight calendar months from : ,
: Ihe date of the first of
Thl November 26th, 1940fOPKlrriAL publication
and Mrs. Clyde Johns to this sec- HKAL) A. J. Thomas 'this. notice. Each claim or demand
tion as they have made it their Clerk circuit Court i must be In writing and must state
future home. J. N. Harrison, Jacksonville FU.* I the place of residence and poet of- ,
/ipR1FTY Solicitor for Complainant
11-2D 4t 12-20\ 1 t
GRAHAM .- tC ttg (
I
Ivy Mrs. L C. Smith It: ('Ilt'l'17' C:'OrtT. KH.HTIIJinititi. 'rr I I JJ
,
if rim IT. 1111 '""'Oltl.
r loivrt.: !'I'I' "'1'1': OP FI.OHIU*. \ 'C7jowaU coL : .
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Do Your Trading Mrs. J. H. Surrency la at the it <11Il'I'Il: ,
I J'Ii
bedside of her mother Mrs. R JOHN R ComplainantIMM THOMAS r, .

', where 6 pieces" Rogers Silverware are T. 0 8 tee HA In Brooker. Mrs. .v "THOMAS GREETINGS

given away with every $10 I in trade Oateen is very ill. v Defendant.It .

or certificates.Ara Mr. and Mrs. E. Strickland and appearlnK nv affidavit appended -
: lC *l e>niIn ... family spent Sunday with their above-stated to the bill flied In tie: r FROM THE WELL-DRESSED
cause that Km: in a
SMITH'S son In-law and daughter. Mr. and Thomas, the defendant therein
GARAGE
You CChouIf Mrs. Roy Reynolds at Reddick. named a non-resIdent. of the State:
of Florida and a resident of Baltimore SANTA CLAUSTake
STARKE, FLORIDA Mrs. J. A. Graves who has Maryland Is over the age '
been visiting relatives In LakeYesterday of twenty-one years; It Is therefore -
dared that said non-resident A From The Smart Old Fellow
defendant be and she Is hereby Tip j
required to appear to the bill of

compliant before. Monday filed ,In. the said 6th.cause, day on or of And Shop At J. M. Alvarez' For Smart j

January A. L>. 1941 otherwise the
allegations of said. bill will betaken
.an confessed by said defendant Gifts For The Men In Your Life.

It Is further ordered that thla
order be published once a week
for Four consecutive weeks In the
Bradford County Telegraph a
r ( G 1 v r 144+ s--- newspaper published In said County Stark
5' t and State. CJ V EUE'L In Our Entire 47 Years Of Business In
This November 26th., 1940. ,
tr dr IK OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :, Thomas .

Clerk By J.Circuit It. Kelly.Court Deputy Clerk Have We Offered Such A Complete And Refreshingly

n, A. Stephens> -ksonvllle, }'II.. .

1 ir I 1 Solli 11- 9It.r 1220it for Complainant. I Smart Line Of Men's Hab dasherY'As We Are Offerin


rind 1'1' rotritT. iir.iiru
M1 + 0111 1)115. ('I H11'1'. nil 'n..llin Now.
r to, 1'Y !'IT"I'] 0. .'LOUI)).'.
) ( I I'll ('l'II.U''
lIAnnH IL WARD,
UWiSTk Complainant]
.veWILL1A11.
C. WARD, Bathrobes and
Defendant, STETSON HATS ]Mens

It appealing by affidavit appended rt ROBES
to the bill filed In the The "Smart" Practical Gift @ LOUNGING |


Flannel and Silk

r-t( : 0 $5.00 up"
;-. !I $2.45 up
--. '7 .
YJI

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f WINGS SHIRTS

I BOTANY TIES
l '1 1 t The Ideal Xmas Gift "

&- I y "Our Complete Xmas Line

w $1.65LEATHER All Shades and Colors
d

$1.00



,' lAID U+l m GJ OOJm WYJ.lr! JACKETS & OF

V V.COATS
PAIR
HIM A
ELECTRIC GIVE.
t MaIM I/cut* tf
eM'tUcf.up
i "Something lie Can Use "FLORSHEIM SHOES
B FLORIDA TABLE .BROELEB
MOTOR
? LINES f $6.95 to $13.50 $8.95 up
'' k 'It IuOal ....t, n4 sslhUa4 For Xmas
I ?. Tluil W.adlr. hippy AMERICAN Chriatmas spirit
:t thai hM com down through tha r.*n to tall ours .Yal. Iw Iuhl tHll. -117.

' +liJ wh n you make your holiday trip by bust It'. Uto
; meal congenial care-..... and reasonable way to ., "I rail 11/4IIH Haiti DRESS &
a PANTS
: 'I travoL With froquonl d.partur*. lot ovarywhor you GLOVES DRESS

r can go and rotura whaaovor you wish. Enjoy hot.
.
.I encoring n*.U al selected\ roadsido bwa nrout.. ." Brown, Tan or Black SWEATERS
't. o s All the way 'round, you'll aioy your trip more and '
' I C pond 1... by btu.Conway's. $1.00 to $2.25 $1.95 upi


;1 S., Service Station .a !t

,1''
;4f '1 Lucy Conway Agent



ee' at t 1 i I J. M. ALVAREZFPFWr



I +ti S'1 : g THE > A 01 f STORE ESTABLISHED IS':

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DECEl'1BER 2., 1940 BRADFOIU COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKK. FLORIDA

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Section S*. thence T. R. Hoyt. If llvlna- and. If I about 3: A In 8W Cor Se 83
of HUM
that it for God'a NWtj .
It weren't gift
The Right Kind rant and parallel with the ..ftldoiith dead the helm devisees : Township 8 M. K. S3: East, containing
High i Journal ,we ahould not have the custon line of nitld KEU, of NY74&'' lees and all parties claiming by HI Acrea more or I.....

Iradford Of Christmas SpiritWell of giving gifts. to and the,"and.r..on renter of Road the unit and Plurk thence through. and or under T. M. Hoyt.,dceaned .-< ertv The under assessment. the said of the certificate paid prop ii.

Christmas is not celebrate northwesterly. ulnn. the center of All partlea claiming any Interest sued; was In the name of Unknown.
( ChrlRtmas Is just around everywhere the same a* it Is hereIn ."aid road to raid Iron shaft or under any or all of the partlea t'nlexn said rertlflcat shall beredeemed
NUMBER NINETEEN: all of pall. above named or otherwliie, In according to law the
of beitlnnlnir
:sin; SIS the corner again and the hot Holland for Instance the children described place land being In the north the property hereinafter de.orlb. property described therein will b*
1 -- - day festivity Is beginning to get place hay In their wooden half :Section 36.: Township> S Mouth .. ..., and any and all unknown Mold to the highest bidder at the
.
contain Inic who claim any estate. court house door on the first Mon-
1lt Inquiring Reporter |Iin full swing. Crowds scurry; shoes and set thenv/Mituide their Kanir 30.16 acre 21. ,)Kant more and or leas.", Alms persona right title or Intereat In or to day In the month of January 11141,
l 'along the streets attempting; to< I I I door Instead of hanging up stock- all the water rights rvnerved by the lanili" hereinafter described, which la the 6th day of January
-, Mineral Water Con or any part thereof either aa 1941.
HellU'-onii
all
I get their Christmas shopping| Ings as we do. ..... listed this 6th day of December
Question-"What would be the : rmnv. by and In the deed to the helm .vi. or grantees, orother .
\lS TO MEof done before the "last minute." We are a nation*.'Ot mixed''CUB llellbronn Spring: Sanatorium A..- clAlmanta by through or 1940.
first thing you would say to Hit of the above named ( 'I Often I' the nodatlon dated August II, V>2*. under any
I. all the usual things ler if you met him" during the hustle bustle I toms and manners.1 From and all other ria-hta reserved. by defendant, or otherwlae, the land of Circuit Court of Bradford
.e ad I mean the fire- Ruth Simpson-"I hate and of Christmas preparation the true 1 1I I Romans we have gotten the Ivy I paid deed of .mtld date to (th. being dencrlbvd a* follows, to- County Florida 12-6 4t 12-27
dstmaa- born-blow- you spirit of Christmas Is either for- '' laurel, and holly .and from the Hellbronn .Spilunn Sanatorium An-' wit :
T hooting and everything you stand for." KOriatliMi. Ales>. ciimmenclnit at Irate One (1) and Three (3), In' IN TIIK ('nu', rr rot'HT i\ \'iiI)
r/ that--every true Mary Townsend-"CJ o o d b e gotten or ignored. Most people Britons the mistletoe. The n. point that hall", lie 440 ft. went Block Nineteen (19). aa per the KO. .I niititFOiii f'OI"'I'Y,
all all foolish y I then think of Christmas as i a I lighted candles on the tree are I II of the eat line and 440 ft. northof .map or pint of the Original Town Ml.)1111)3. ('ii\>" <'iuvFroard :
'
should stop Please! time the Kctnth line of the NK>4 of of Starkef Bradford County 101'- W. Bndlatton.
can for giving and credited the Germans. Foi
at least that one recelvlnj to the N\v'4 of Section 38. Town ida. Plaintiff,
and give Grace Green-"Hey! You favor gifts. It Is sad but' true tha I something original we American! hip & South Range 21 Kn"t and And plaintiff, having mnil*' defendanta -VN-. llnler *f PuhllcadomC.
Charlie Chaplin!" run thence west to a> dlvUllitK to mild 11111 all defendants A. Futrh et al.
peace of
or to be able many us do not even convlde 'can claim the electric lights or line between cart half and wet herein named and dealirnated.. both Uefendanta.IX .
,rt lucky indeed Douglas Hazen-"Hello, how ia giving presents to anyone ex i the tree. bait of the NAV't of NW1W .. of aald known and unknown and havingstaled TUB NAMU ((9' TIIF STATE'
a white Christmasfor your friend the devil" oept those who we feel Section 36, thence south to n In mild bill which la aworn UF FUOIUIIA IHKKTI\l.S:
! pretty The singing of Christmas carols south all matters to entitle
al most of point 150 ft. Mouth of the to. necessary TO: James Kit-kilter 1233 Fast
a red one Darrah ohns-"Who let you sure will be able to return the< a custom which was' first a par! line of the mild NWV of NWH. her to prucena by publication to Boulevard Charlotte, N. C.
of the world l Is going compliment.I ; then eat. and parallel with bring In all parsons. whomsoever Martha Klckllter" 12,1.1 Raat
out? of the religious ceremony comet south line of mild MWV..> of th.1 a. parties. defendant to this. milt, Boulevard Charlott. N. C.
'... Billy GrlffLs "Well Adolf think It would be nice for i a from both England and Germany to a point, 440 ft. went of theaat .. you and each of you are herebyret You and each, of you are hereby bordered
of the you of of NWUiot,, | people line the SKVi and inquired to appear
gsrity the, lost change to give,, someone a Rift Mailing cards started first In Ger ;filed
'Ch21 t- finally your Job eh ? aid Section 3d, and thence north complaint herein against you the bill of complaint herein filed
Stttes don't give Ida Sternberg-"Well, well who will really appreciate Mnd many and then in England. Card to place of boKlnnlnir, all aalddexcrlbed In the above entitled cause, on orbefore HKiilnxt you on or befor January.
thought. They land being In the NWty th. 6th day of January. A. the lth A. D. 1941, the sense being
such real forriving look what the ill wind blew In." someone whom you will' not expect bring happiness to thousands ol of Maid Section 311. Townohlp 4 I.. 1141. the First Monday In January A. I>.
link of it as a time a return gift from. This people each year and giving then. Mouth Itanir, II Kant, and containing The Bradford County T..1..r.pha I 1941.
and reverence. But f would be tokens ol 2o.s6> acre, more or lees. newnpiiper inibllxhed In RradfuriCounty I and each of hers.
showing the real Christmas Is one way of giving I You you, are
Ktrlctpursuance Florida, la hereby delKnated -
The Christmas all provided by and In
and Spirit aa ,
out by Klveir due and legal I notice that
inly time to get don't which make the In which
spirit, you think so? rememberance peo of Bald decree uf Bald aa newspaper this la. a stilt brnuirlit for the foreclosure -
ad have a good time So Ionic now and Merry Christmas ples' lives richer fuller, and happier court. thla what kind of a By Marge Chryste T dank, T.amlrum for recoid In .the office of the
ill know 'The Christmas Spirit Is robedIn Special Mailer.KnlKht Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
will have this Townsend Marjorle Thompson \Vltnena my hand and seal, a.i'ierk .ai for Hiadfoid Florida, In J
ats England beauty. --Mary I II KnightAtlorneyp i ( of th. I'li'cult Court In and County
bombs dropping on I for Plaintiff for HriuHortl I'ounty, Florida, Ihl.Sr,1 hook 4. pave .191 I. public recordaof
with far dlf- It l.i lathed In glory end love; 12-13 4t 1-3 duty of Pecember A. It. 1B40. Bradford County "Florida' en.
be so .
won't th following deMcrlbedIninta
cumbering
but It Rambling AroundSeveral OKFICIAI SHAI. A. J. Thomaa '
)
It sheds Its radiance over (
us: SCHEDULENorthbound .
BUS and In
their usual procedure i* THK tiiirirr rot HT FOR I'letk flrrult Court, Bradford altuate" lying" being
from It Is guided by God above. << THH KH.HTH JI'IU'IJ. 4'IH. County to.I... llradfurd County Florida to-wlt
tile standpoint of being weeks when 0111'I ft IT 0' TIIK MT\'IK"' OK KI.OH. ....ndrum.I I.ota one ( I ): Two (h. Three(8t ;
ago T Flank ,
In the years past The poor and the rich feel it, Leave Starke--7:40: A. M., 2:3C: ( lllIX ."M. KOII Illl u.'olln Stnike. Florida Four (41 Five (1). Six id),
pfIiI. It a It clutches at their hearts I column appeared for the first A. M.. 12:30 P. M.. 1:45: P. M.|; i' made dayt
are never time in the we promise, %o. ltHNIFllaabetb Ten ((10) Eleven (11) and Twelve
and makeof It makes them feel small and: paper 6:10: P. M.j; 10:10: P. M. In"h'ld-, rlrlda.Il flU In Block Twelve (12) In'I'"npir's
crnckers O. Pace!, single,
fire (!!HU1H II. liAI't'
t to be back the next week but sad
humble. SouthboundLeave Addition\ In the City o(
I ally and aa F.xecutrlx: of the Kutat WHuhliiHton It. t1.:
fuss Willing to do little party. I to say we' did not keep our pro Starke-4:30: P. M.; 2:10: of Charles ... face, deceased. aollrltarp! for rUlnllff' 12-661 1.3 Starke, llradfortl County' that Florida.
It la further ordered thin
all the .
rest
above rUlntlff I. _
year Again they go to the churchto mlse. Well anyway to make +a I IA. M.; 10:20: A. M.j; 2:20: P. M.; orders le I"hll..h"d. .In the Bradford
America ought to spend a hear long story short we are back 5:20: P. M. OeoricW.' ('010., et al, I 0'rae'.1 ()F' 'I..U.\1'10'11 County Telegraph a weekly newa.
r e m emberinghe DefenclitntMOHUEIl r'ttltrX I>KK.IIMeitate > paper of general clrrulatlon pulillNhed -
Cbrlftmas Of the Baby of Bethlehem again today to try and make uf Eastbound : OK /SKUV10H.: RV PUB- "' 1)111o.. IA.'INilTICH >>> In said Ilradford' County
day means and the.rea- Of the angels singing to the for our absence of the past few Leaves Starke-7:15: A. ).[.; Leave I.ICAT1ON. IS IIKItKMV (1IVKN, Florida, one e",'h week tor four
celebrate it. It llvlna"I and That' Llivle Htilcklund. holder of cotiHecutlv weekM.WITNIOSS .
i ve weeks. Now will tc, TO: (leorgre ''' Cole ,
y -Jack Halle. shepherds; we attempt Statke for Palatka and St. Augustine If dead the heirs devl.ee.., irianteeN Tax rertlflcate No. 140. I IH tied the my hand and official,
on to some of our observations 7th day of September >. 19311 .seal at Starke' Florida, thin 29! ,
And they sing each familiar pass you 5:20: P. M't'ewtbound. and nil pnrtlvM claiming t>y. : : A.\\
we made In our ram through or under (1 oree W. Ci ul.l ., has filed mini In my ; .. andhas { November A. D. 1940.
hymn.It deceased nuide application for a tax: deed (oKl'Mcl/M. MEAL) A. J. Thomas
Teacher and You is all so new and yet so old bles around B. H. S. Leave Starke.-7:40: A. U.; 11:00A. : T. H. IMIlnn.t If living, and If1end ti> b* Issued thereon. Mold certio Clerk of the circuit Court of llrndford -

It is thrUllng'and full of cheer The flu seema to have reallj M.; Leave Stal'ke for Lake all the heir pnrtlea devlneeN.clnlmlnir irriintceiiand by rate eiiibracHH property the I In the following 8'u" deHirlhed of- O. W.County(l.lg.rMullellor Florida, 1

d you appreciate it If some- Let us drape ourselves In the struck B. H. S. hard last week Butler Perry and Tallahassee through or under T. II. Dillon, Ilradford." State of Florida, to-whit I I for Plulntirr.. I I
All NW01 H\VI4 10 of Itv. 1C* 12-8 4t 12-27
with about deceaMvd:
re to argue you Christmas Spirit as many of the students and several 5:35: P. M.Passengers.

:thing you asked them to And wear it all the year teachers were out with It. II called ,for and delivered

am afraid you wouldn't t variety Is the spice of life stu free within city limits.

why do you argue un- what she thinks best and. arguing dents in Miss Stump's clasnee! Station must be notified 30 min

bly with 1 the teachersthey with her will pnly succeed In should have about enough to gc utes before scheduled arrival of

ask or assign young making both of you feel bad. In several good sized fruit, cakes, busses. Phone 147,

to do. After all, they The teacher will not ask any- as they had no leas than three

authorities not us. We thing impossible of you. substitutes last week for Mist+ I-J c'.nfT.T II('I "I. cinri'iri COt-HTl IN Klf.llTHJ > iiKOII Yl

right but it isn't for uaret Please let's try In the futureto Stump who was ill with the flu lllltl>F()l l> C' () 1 ,'!*, l,l+ I II,I I 'I I +r I
!!
told be courteous and remember FI.OHIII* ;
I every time we are more Muriel Hall had better pay 1'Ii .114\rEHY,

omething. that there is more than particular attention to her Home I.. A. DAVIS*,

teacher Is probably doing I I one side to every question. Economics classes because accord- Plaintiffvs. .

Ing to reports she will have te HKIUHIIONN- MINERAL WATE11COMPANY Van Heusen Shirts _ __. __ ._ _ _. .. $1.95

ghts Turn to Basketballid start putting her knowledge etc. into ol' and exlatlnir, B cnrporatlun under l the oricanlaed laws or Van Heusen Ties __ .. ._ ______ .-___ __ $1.00
cooking housekeeping, the mate. of .Florida

> Season Passes Into History action In the spring.Best ol' I :\oril"K[>,OK,'..nllllnt.HPriritl.: XlHTKH'tt: I a Van Heusen Pajamas _ _ _ $1.95 up
luck to you Muriel. %4 I.H
that the football'season' sharpshooting forward and the We think this Incident taker, i Notice IK hereby given that under
with that certain -
and In accordance
ly tucked away sportsare Crosby sisters. Maurice and Myr- the cake an far as test paper, and final decree, of furrfloaureand Other Shirts Other Ties Other Pajamas

turning their aU"ni i tice who played forward and are concerned. From a LiteratureIV I sale, Entered by the ,honorable
of
Judge
H. I. Mehilna H"
basketball. Since the' guard respectively and performedtheir test paper Miss Fernandez 1 the Circuit Court of Bradford $1.00 up 50c up $1.00 & $1.50 4
ve not started practicing! duties on the court very received the startling Information -! County ...Inrlot..... In Chancery" In
that certain l "..". In aald (Court
do not know what kind, I that the poem "A parental pending wherein! I.. A L>nvU la -

team we may expect tot I well.Two stellar first string guards Ode to My Son, (Written by, plaintiff Compan and. *'illllirunn a corporation alhtetalWdpr !la Men's Lounging Robes ... . 500. up
B H. S. the baslcetthis Thomas Hood) was written by nc ; Tina ; .
on and Belle Hcfendant. tmdcr ftlirnedHpeclul >* -
...Ejlsle '
WoolMen's
Virginia( Padgett Silk "and
year but ,the glrl'3 one other than Kddle Cantor who( ninMerv. > aald decree appointed I
Geiger have married since last: at probably already will offer for wale itt .
IuI Incidentally you
promising andIxH
puhllr outcrv tii the htKheat
ugh cupid and graduation season and have forsaken the know, hag five daughters, bldtlvr for cash, at the Mouth Flannel Bathrobes $2.98
1 1I
fined together to take basketball court for the finer and ro: 80ns.Ve think thin one front hutire of iloor Itradfotd of .the county County In jol"k"J court I'

large toll in the girl's duties of making homes. even beats the test paper handedin I Florida, durlnv. the legal (hours of r. i Belt & Buckle Sets Men's Flannel Pajamas;
here la Besides the new talent that hag I last year wherein a student Hale on. Monday January 0,, AH.
some promising 11)41 the following deai'llliedpropHity 1
50c &
I to $1.00 $1.50 $1.95
n from Lawtey Brooker come In, the team has a peppy sought/ to Inform Miss Fernandez Militated I In lirnilfoul

T Junior High Schools as new coach Miss Metcalf who Is I that "Uncle Tom's Cabin" was,I County.The fullowlnyr Florida\ d.'r11ed tn-wlf: Lund and Bill Folds Leather Jackets

several veterans from enough to inspire any team to do written by Emily Post. My my, water rlKtitu; SUM. at.V% of

ri team returning. its best. And all in all. the''at least the students of B. H S'I ...SInnd.111'I: \\','.10 of at.SIJi'i tea' off! all the In north Sec $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 $6.95

,1gb graduation the teamOline prospects for, basketball\ 00 k show originality lion 26, Townahlii Ii Month nil""'.
I Everybody seems to be looking ; 21 Kant the old. beat ID\ HtrvMIx'lnif '
Padgett versatile. plenty bright. time during l more bitty deMorlliert B" fol- Big Line Men's Shoes $2.95 to $5.00
forward to a happy :
lows, to-Hit; niiiinieni'lnH nt themirthertHt ,
the Christmas holidays. crn"r of the 8Wi of Men's Extra Pants $3.50 to $4.95
) REE FUNERAL HOME Well I nee we're running short' HK'4" of nnlil "Heitlon 2 thence .lIlh fi"i feet, th flee In'
Ambulance Service Day or Night rhone Ule of time so I guess we'll Just have u northwesterly illrertlon I or
off wishing all a I cmirNe lo a point IfiO ft. ,..lIlh of We Also Carry A Big Line of Ladies GoodsJACOBS' -
added a late model AMBULANCE to our equipmentwith to sign you the noi Ihw.eat corner of t th* sold 1
Merry Christmas and a Happy forty, thence north' In the mid
special springs for easy riding.<< of
New Year. 'northwest i-nrner tit, th. HW4

O11E-UKE INSTITUTION" O. II. .Bennett, Manager -The Rambler. I .si,4.the\ place und of th iiieuMt hetrlniifnir 1320; the ft Maid to NEXT DOOR

two Altovn" denrrlbed. tract ron
tnlnlnK 20 aciew, morn or lev*.

Meet The Seniors In 1..1il cummenc-lnir iriiterf at a an 50 (iron ft. turwet nhaft I I TO POST OFFICEWe

known ax the Nlnrk and Handtrnon .
BETTY GREEN lloail. wlil"hhaft !I. net 114feet j
and 4 Inehea'mar. or less,
E PERFECT GIFT I know every one of you have went tif the north went corner of
heard'I of Betty Green and have : Hi:', of the NIP', of ftectlon ,10, ,
, around this town (or.. I TowiiHhlp 6 South I Range' 21 Kant
seen her and run th,,",-" north almut HIiliKreeH
T fair city rather), but I am going went aloiiw the i-rnter of Have
few more tips about I HHld Sturk and anili-rHon Itoad, Opened
Five Pieces! to give you a 12i:;0 ft.. Ihenn? I In a mmlhweiiterlyrourn .
her just the same to make mire ..-und nt \\oou'h an angle
that the line shall i-roim the wont
you don't mica\ anything line of the J\ W', of the NK''t of
She has lived here all her life aid Hertlon .III: at a point 5U"0ft A BRANCH WAREHOUSE IN STARKEOn
two years, when she north t of the Houthw' Mt corner
excepting :
I of weld i NW.4: of .NK'i: and thence
TI ; lived In Wa-hington D. C. She cunt InulriK Kuld foumv lOr hue

seems to like Washington very until. north It hall of the,e south,,,'h a linn point of thaNK'i 44Oft Road 13 Near Farm Market

Chair! much. of NWUt' of Bald l4..cllon 35

Ottoman Betty was born March 23 contestof 1923. Ihaa'ld "hall run thence he 41(1 weet ft. weat to a of point the \ (Sales To Licensed Dealers Only)

.e ha If there were to be a emit lln. of paid St.r' NW44
End Table "Who Is the most dignified of Hetllon 36 and thitnc-* Mouth
and 6HO ft. to M point' HO ft. nouthPLEASURE .... ,
close ----
Lamp senior?" Betty would run a .
: -
Shade! race toe winner If she never won. I .,,. ..'"11I")'\" 4

She really helps the rest of us ''t TO YOU *
keep a little bit of dignity at ACQUAINT .


N I least.She likes swimming, arranging With'The Excellent Quality Of Our Brews We Would

floweis reading Garwood speedboats

t'r and last but not least, I Like To Give You Free A Bottle Of La Tropical Ale Or

t found she likes a very good looking -

black-haired boy. I Fla 6 Beer. Simply Clip Coupon Printed Below And
dislikes
1 I The only thing that she, -

eo far Is conceited people.
Betty Is a very nice asset to'I I Present To Dealer

our class. If we want anythingdone .

we just call on Betty. She -. ------+----- -
even had a part la both the 1


9 9595 Complete, just senior junior play play this last year.year She and was the TAMPA FLORIDA BREWERY INC

as shown here! also one of the sponsors for the ,

_
this
homecoming football game '

"II!tills"i one of these Chair Ensembles! and you year. Tampa, Florida' \ .

b e sure that A present for
you've chosen wisely
CustomsThe "
"* Christmas Homer Sutton, Local Manager -' "
"Home Comfort"! ELECTRIC 1

deep made for a Spirit of Christmas Is the .. .,10; .
Chair .
comfortable Lounging of giving From the first WAFFLE ,..
spirit ,'
1 withttoman of Christ - ;.. - - - ,.; "
,
relaxation Together birth
and "solid comfort"! ; Christmas as the ,

assortment of covr the custom oftvin gifts has IRON. '"
for added luxury! An down. Perhaps you may To Any Licensed Dealer:

available. A 6-way Lamp, and an End Table com think that the Wise Men were Crisp. &Olden brows wafflesmorM'ftf. r

P''lets the "perfect gift"! the only ones who gave gift Intl This Coupon and lOc Entitles Bearer To- j
Rifts It Is true,
then.: They gave l
but there was one gift given TWO BOTTLESLa
.1. tee U..",. 111(1c.a
which Is greater than all others
OlIN II. DENMARK together. That gift was God's Tropical Ale or Fla. 6 Beer .

Son--the Baby Jesus.", Today we t

value the frivolous gifts which We will redeem this coupon from any licensed dealer for f fen cents: In }

FURNITURE CO. we receive from our friends very cash. TAMPA: FLORIDA HREWEHY INC.:

much. TW l U natural and all
remember _.- -
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II' SOCIETY and CLUBS Time- For Alien RegistrationIs WINDSORS IN FLoIlID.\
Mlamt-The
Growing- 'Short, 'Governor Warns / 50 Years Ago I of Tuesday Windsor arrived DUke troll lUll! Duch


DecemberMeeting Levy Canova Jr. Celebrates Every unregistered alien should Act, he explained, all aliens 14 our-day for vlllit a "Sh'lclly Pdvnw
WainwriffhtStarlinsrMr. to
must register William Mitchell has !
lose no time in complying with years of age or over Mr. resigned M1I.Jn1
and Mrs. S. T. Starling of Held By WSCSThe Birthday AnniversaryLevy the registration ;provisions of the In person and be finger-printed.be his position at '1 the depot
Alien Registration Act of 1940 Simple registration forms may and will remove to Jacksonville.
Lawtey announce the marriage of Woman' Society'of Chris- A. Canova, Jr., was five
)in advance at any post
Governor Fled P. Cone said last procured Mayor Adams ia now freight
.
Louie Belle to
their daughter. tian Service of the Methodist years old on Tuesday and his par- office. There are no fees of any
week. wrestler the
at depot.
Mr. F. B. Wainwright of Gaines church met Monday afternoon at ents. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova, kind connected with registration.
ville. The marriage wan an event the church with fourteen members gave a lovely birthday party for The V- S. Department of Justice Failure)) to comply with the Alien The population of Bradford

of October 13.HallSimpson. present.A him at their home on Eighth estimates that ,}bout. 24 percentof Registration Act of 1940 may re- County according to the new census -

devotional net-vice was con- Street. ; the aliens In this country have sult In a $1,000 fine six months )is 7,502, against 6,112 In 1880

Engagement ducted by Mra. J. W. White, who The house was decorated in accordance failed' to comply with the law, he imprisonment or both he said Mr. Plant is to open his won-
was assisted by Miss Amy Co- with the Christmas motif said. Many of them have put off derful hotel In Tampa with a''
t Mr. and Mrs. John Hall of burn, Mrs. Pearl Simpson, and red. green, and silver being registration because they feel they, NAZIS MAY WANT ITDeLandMartlnlque reception and ball; ,the Invitationsto

Starke announce the Muriel engagement/ Louise Miss Kate Struth. The vice-presi used In profusion. In the living have plenty of time.some possibly nearby Island be extended all over the state,
of their ,
daughter dent Mrs. A. Wood talked on room there was a lighted tree maybe attempting to evade the 'and a special train to be placedat
and French possession
Hall, to Samuel T. Simpson son "Social Evangelism" in both home which was the center of attrac- law, and some may have failedto under the a GermandominatedVichy the disposal of guests.,
of Mrs. Pearl Simpson of Starke. and foreign lands. Mrs. Wood tion for the children. Indoor and
register for other reasons. government, might be used Mr. J. W. Andrews has some
1 The wedding will be an event of brought out the fact that although which out-door the games were played after Aliens are required to registerat by the Nazi as a base for a possible new Kentucky horses :Just In.
early spring. China "la In a distressing, gifts.The .young host opened his their U. S.' Post Offices This attack on the Panama Canal, The New York Star Auction
condition, the Christian missionarles -' many
Includes first and second class House last
children marched Into the according to an opinion expressedby opened Saturday.,
there are doing a wonderful -
post offices and all post offices Congressman Joe Hendrlcks. A party of young folks at- s
In for thephysical dining room and grouped themselves -
: work providing at county seats. However, these "We must watch developmentsthere tended a' jollification dance at
about the table, which
was
and needs of
spiritual
post offices will soon be 'busy
Middleburg last night.
centered with a 'two-tiered birth- very closely, Congressman
FOR QUALITY many people. day cake iced in the holiday colors with the annual Christmas rush Hendricks said. He stated he did Probably 1.000 or 1,200 balesof ,
The president, Mrs. E. K. and if those who have failed. to
with red predominating, and not believe the United States cotton. will be ginned In Starke
Perryman, presided over the business on each end of the' table were register will do ao at once, a great I should take over the Island now. this season.
session and called for reports tall red candles. Cake and Ice deal of last minute confusion will However, he said, "We might Parties were in town this week
from the three circles Mrs. be avoided., deadline for -
; The
cream In cups were served by have to take over the Island- looking up phosphate lands.
Will Blair attended to the the Allen
.eCretarY'1I registration under
Mrs. Canova, assisted by Mrs. R and would have a perfect rightto Yesterday Mr, BenJ. Kite sent
duties and the' treasurer'sreport Registration Act Is, December 26
A. Green and Mrs R. G. Kldd. do so--)if Germany makes an to the alliance exposition bunch ELECTRICTOASTER
showed a marked advance Governor Cone pointed out.
of
extra beautiful
The long
favors Santa sugar
were
In payment of financial obllga- Claus Under the Allen Registration attempt to occupy and fortify It cane.:
suckers and balloons .of various
tions. Mrs. W. B.. Sewell spokein colors. as military base. But" he added,

regard to collecting' toys for Mrs. Canova, played Juvenile Barksdale;. Assistant 'Attendant, "we must be very careful to avoid Electrical 1 gifts jive
Denmark
under-privileged children. Mrs. Emily ; Musician,
d tongs and told stories suited to international complications without joJlien lasting pleasure.
M Mrs. Mae Green; Captain, Miss .
Circle Number Two will meet
the first Monday in January with the occasion.In Assisting the hostess Doris Dyal; Reporter, Miss Justification." Misery of ...
entertaining the children II'
"n
Thelma Manning; Juntos! Counselor nltlusIAlll
Mrs J, W White, Circle Num-
ber Three with Mrs. W. H. were: Margaret Monteith, Mary Mrs. Vonda Inman; Auditors, Typewriter rlbboiM Adding <
2 to 3 Feet 35c: Sewell. Weldon, Betty Ann Flynn, and Mrs Ruby Hayes, Mrs Havana Machine paper, Remington Tjpewrltrra. I 4
Paul Canova, III. .666
This merry Johns, Mrs. Eunice Box; Inner .-For Sale at Telegraph c :\t

3 to 4 Feet .. 49c Music Pupils HeardIn party was enjoyed by 21 children Sentinel, Miss Ollle Marr; Outer I office. ,

Sentinel. Mrs. Ethel Raymond. !. .SALv;.NOSE DROPS .
5 to 6 Feet __ __.__ 73c RecitalThe Officers Elected Miss Holden ;presented- attrac- ." -- --

7 to 8 Feet _____.__ $1.25 piano and accordlan students By Woodman Circle tive service pins'to all officers

of Mrs. Will Edwards were Members. of Starke Grove No. visit who filled of the chairs National'at the President official, N O TT C T
heard in a recital In the mimic
278 of the
Supreme Forest Wood- Mrs. Dora A. Talley, on April 6,
WE WILL HE CLOSED room at B. II. S. last Friday afternoon man Circle were''pleasantly surprised 1939 .

ALL DAY CHRISTMASAND ,last week by'a visit from It was announced that Instal-
NEW YEARS Those taking part on the State Manager Abbie ti. Holden lation of offlcersjfwlll be held in 'YOUR GAS COMPANY
varied program were: Ann'''Moore, and State Auditor Minnie Hilder- January. Mrs. Andrews urged

Patsy Cox, Louise Carter John brandt. A gracious welcome was I every officer to have ,her lecture

Thompson, Linda Carradlne, Ber- extended to the prominent visit I memorized in tlrn for.*the Instal- ANNOUNCES
JANE PARKER nice Copeland. Ada Edwards, ors. I l lation. 1i'MIslI
FRUIT CAKE Dotty Sue Bigga, Jo Ann Dlnklns, New officers for 1941 have been Holden tajjcetljon Americanism -: A PRICE ADVANCEON
elected as follows the Grove .
Madge Brownlee, Betty Ann by : and unity) ,.'tind Mrs. Hll-
Guardian, Mrs.' Maude Andrews I debrandt discussed: cooperation
1 Pound __.____ ... 37c Flynn, Geraldine Cox, Elizabeth
? Lawson Janette Priest, Margaret ; Past Guardian, Mrs. 'Eu1 1 between officers and members. ALL RANGE MODELS

2 Pound __.._.._._____ 69c Monteith, Luclle Crosby, Gwen Denmark nice Wilson; Advisor, Mrs. Emily Officers ,of the; Grove entertained -
; Chaplain, Mrs. Frances 1 with Tftrifered. dish supper -
dolyn Shuford Dorothy Faxon, Effective
5 Pound _.____-_, $1.69 Alvin Lewis, Morris Edwards, McIntyre; Attendant. Mrs. Vlrgie I .1 Jan.

Marguerite Carter, Marian Brown,

Elizabeth Barbara Moore Cox,, Lou Wanda Edwards Pearce,, Carolyn Callstreert BUY NOW AND SAVE

A&P Ernestine Moore: Virginia Fire-

atone, Eusley Shuford, Jean Edwards ... -," ,;
FOOD
STOREN. Edwina Wiggins. Flu. flu Who's got the a smooth buck an' wing Gainesville Gas'
N. Prevatt, Mgr. flu? Henry Manassa introducln' his Co.

Typewriter ribbons ot all kind If you don't get it It'll ver' attractive Mrs. to the na- .
for.sale at the Telegraph office. soon get you ; tives Dr: and Mrs. Kelly The Dependable Fuels

., That te, unless you do like Hazel (State Farmr:\mAatln'. the local- 972 So. Virginia Ave.,' Phone 1444
Guy 1t'rlt""'wel1r"a' round its
FUNERAL DIRECTOR : scarf I.: "4"1 _
jrt'iKAltogetherVfvssS.a' ,
!
My Many Years your"head and an sxtra'palr'oftocks I "; ( swell* affair -- -
Experience Makes 1 14 Possible for Me to ReoderE.FI"'ICIE. I
T. PKOM1T Mid COUKTEOl'S SERVICE (You needn't dodge' folks When do we have .' ..
: me, Hazel I saw you!) another?
MODERATE: PRICES
'Sterrlble If two more Best laugh-of-the-week: Ludy
DeWITT. C. JONES people get It, there'll be more stopping to inquire "where Mrs.
SUrke, FloridaMACHINERY folks in bed thun on the streets Bearcluw lives?" After a
i I Little flu' germs literally few minutes of argument she

swept Leila's Beauty Salon off reluctantly admits, "Well, may
its feet las' week Every be it IS Uarefoot"1. ,
regular operator out like a light Clara Mae Knight in Washing
REPAIRS Blonde Helen McKennon ton D. C., helpin' sister, Lena
doln' her best to hold things together Belle, and bro.-ln-luw. Don. cele-
The rest comln' back brate the arrival of a baby son
WEEDINGBLACKSMITHING one at a time, look in' weak but His inauguration beat Pres.

wlllin' Roosevelt's by several weeks .
Clai-Jean Shoppe also felt; one Methodists are still talkln'
tell flu swoop Jeanette caught about the fine sermon that Chap-
It and fled to her mother's at lain Noland (Camp Blanding) de-

Tampa (Gertrude Beasley livered here Sunday mornin .
has already been there ill for If church Is gonna be full oi

weeks) ., Clara Mae Hoppe surprises like that-well, let's go'
Barnett Iron came up to run the shop, and Wonders Never Cease Dept.. '
Works caught It too. So now she's Roomers at the home of theGeorge Eastman & AGFA Cara NomeCompacts Gents Shaving Sets

back in Tampa Flu and ''An erson" are buildingan
booms jus' don't mix! addl lon to the house in their Cameras
Folds
Camp Blanding Once again the Woman's Club spare time at night rather thor: Bill
have to move out when Iris and
building has demonstrated Its
Dale VanSickle arrive for $1 & $2.75 $1 to $6Ladies'
ON ROAD STRICKLAND'S CAMP NO. 2 ability t a draw better dance a visit
during the holidays! .
crowds, than any other edifice in
town Don't know why It Is, Well, so long everybody Gents TravelingKits
'cause the Haven't time to chat any longer Gent's
Armory and Legion Evening In Paris &
Simply must get out and
Hall have good floors, too ,< .
But somehow, the club house finish my. Xmas Chopping .
,draws Lociil'stores have never beer, Sets Wrist Watches
simply 'em Dance
>01 i ''as'Friday
night was another in a more glft-bedeckeit ((1). S.
: ,aDD long list of successes there Wish somebody would feather mj $5 to $30
r Hear the 'club cleared 'around $40 nest with one of those featheret, Cara NomeWeekEnd

,. Not half bad when you' consider bed-jackets at Sternberg's) New Fresh Lot of
the lump sum necessary Carolyn and
Kits Bracelets
Ladies
for a high priced orchestra C

I"" .. mr Glamour, glimmer, and gleam 'ey :. Whitman, $5 to $25 Lockets
J Ruth Rowe was little short
No. 303 I of breathtaking In what was Nunnally's & Gales
Cranberry Sauce, 3 for, 25c easily the outstanding dress-of- Genuine 14 Kt. Gold


No. 2 Can Country Kist Peas, 3 for 25c but the-evening too dazzling. .for"Twas further white description -, Xmas Candies Dresser Sets $7 to $20

No. 2 Can Phillips Lima Beans; 3 for 25c You'll simply haft $2 to $15Manicure
to see it Dot Powell (get tin' -

COMPLETE LINE OF FRUIT CAKE slimmer by the minute) like a and Sheaffer
Parker
I slender flame In red < Dot
(vim, vigor, vitality) Green In a Kaywoodie Sets
MATERIALSNo. striking plaid Virginia Smith Pipes 7 'Pen & Pencil Sets

2 'CansPEAS lookln' no leas than lovely In $1 to $6 -
light blue taffeta Lola Adkins and Pound Tins of

WOODBURY &' In dark red velvet AND muff .- monogramStationery
Diminutive Wilma McClane in Tobacco in Xmas

FACIAL SOAP CARROTS gray and pink (new ear coat too, 1 Gents Military
unless I miss my guess) .. Boxes

Mixed Vegetables, something Abbie Harley.white regal and as Wally.awfully In w r.-- Sets While You Wait

Diced Carrots and Grecian Margie Thigpen, also ,
In white And can she roll
Corn all those eyes? (Ask Hugh Ingram)
,. Ottelia
Henderson's dark
-HwsA**< 'BectrV Complete Line Of
with your purchase\ of 3 cakes 2 For Spanish beauty perfectly set off Xmas Cards And WrappingsAll
by something blue and a spurklin' COFFEE
at regular Price \ tiara in her hair Dozens and MAKER Gifts Wrapped In Christmas WrappingCARPENTER'S
dozens of others, but by this
15cBENNY'S time I was .
.125c r quite dizzy C r.'tt: Itt a ItiiiltK lots-fit
r
Sidelights and highlights
kept
hr
i Ilif't laitt. It mtiitt-flit
things interesting; even for non- Ittlrl
mllticti.in .
dancers Lillian Moaeley and
GROCERYGuy her w a v y-haired co-jitterbug mi illeat,4 MiniELELTRIimrifsfH
'stopped] the show"' several 'times
with their frenzied''gyrations
Sale, Mgr. Phil Vluky (brother of Lew d The Rexall StoreP.&G&

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PACE "varOBITS
__,.,,,1tF..B. 20, 1MO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.. 8TAKKB. FLORIDA

i i redeemed according. to law, .the February, 1941..
of .LOCAL NEWS 1 1fA NY A Head HereE. Ae The Ma a....,...'nn.nt (11th. said property property described therein will be I .INi .thin 19th, day of Deetar-
bidder at the ber. 1510
under the Raid certificate Issued -. old onurthoux to the door hlirhe on the first Mon. ttt1.FICIAU BEAD A. J, ThomwClerK II
In the name of Mm.Helm I Ii
C. Campbell, district direc wan of flradfordCounty
.-- .. ..uptt.unt. day In the month of "'February of Olrrtilt Court
--- M. .
tor of NYA was a business .... aald certificate hall b. 1141, which In the 3rd., day of i Florida. 12-Z 4t !-!
Williams will Jos. E. Wilson Is one of the Mrs. J M. Brownlee spent Tues visitor here Tuesday afternoon at
1.. of B. his illness atit latest victims of the flu. He 1 Is day In Jacksonville.Mrs. the office of Congressman Lex

JejJ1\Hotel here. 11 at his home on South Walnut Green. Mr. Campbell, whose
Street. E. S. Matthews returned headquarters are In Jacksonville,

I for Xmas. home Monday after spending ten" has Jurisdiction of NYA 'activities HOME MADE CANDIES
turkey
*.fwi' Seed! Co. Valrle B. Kldd'of Highland days In Orlando with her son-in- throughout the Second Con-
|
.Springs. Va., is here to spent law and daughter, Dr and Mrs. j gressional District,
Brown of Rlch-t the holidays with his brother, R H. B. McLendon. I 9l

red the guest of her :3. Kldd. CARD OF TIIANks AND FRUITS
is Mrs. M. McRae.oriler Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong

r" and Mr; and Mrs. John Hart and have two lance azelea plants in We wish to thank, each and I

Scriven Hart of Jacksonville full bloom. This la unusual for everyone who was so; .kind and SHIPPED ANYWHERE '
II hronci
December, I
promptly t spent.Sunday night with Mr.' and a a azaleas usually thoughtful during the illness and
bloom In February.
B 51 wlth """TelegTBpSi.I. printed'. Mrs. W, H. Hart. I death of our wife a rut: mother. ... -, .. ,-.- :

ord County Large selection Xmas: cards, Especially do we extend'hanka

I. la apendinlTrptpa : Mrs and Mrs. Wm. T. Mlnshew name printed all prire Oru n. and appreciation to Dr. M. B. AND SANDWICHES
Beasley SHORT ORDERS
of Long Bridge announce the arrival -
1 with her par filled through Monday; ,-Bradford Herlong and Mrs. Carolyn Inman.T. -I
-of a baby daughter, Mary
C.,, Dur- County Telegraph.Mrs. .
and 14rll. A. December 14. M. Williams and tamlly.NOTUI .
Etta, .on p.e. },

Chits G. Woodbridge of
Jim:, MlHlken' of .. Mrs. W. T; Jackson, of Bacon Lynn. Mass.! and daughter, Mrs. !: Of APPl.irlTION FOR r rA.
grr. week-end here ton Ga., came Sunday for a visit R. O. Smith of Atlantic Beach tUKKU STARKE CONFECTIONERY
t the Cecil Hem with her daughters, Mrs. T. T. were visitors, to Starke Monday Mrs. NOT1CK' la: HERKBY ntV N.
and
and, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter.
Long on their to Gainesville.Mrs. .
way That Noah Taylor) holder of Tux ANGELO Proprietor :
l'.rliricut J o. 1&9, issued (the 7th
lay of tI..pI.nb..r, A. n. 193A! < haftleil .
ttt-ry-INI turkey for Xmas W L. Wall returned Sunday AVENUE "
HoRsed. of Jackson- Hrtmwn\ my ufflc and ban 200 MADISON
hty the week-end Slstrunk Feed & Seed Co. from St. Vincent's HospitalIn made Hppllratlifn tor.. tax deed tokio
spend iHNUnl thoreon. 8al mother, Mrs W. B.. Jacksonville, and her friends .. thn following ilcnorlbeitpiopvrty (Across from Coca-Cola Plant)
Parks. Mrs. H. B. McLendon and here are glad to know that she In the futility o( Krudfvirtl,I 1e
)Dr. of Florida, to-wlt ;
Stale ;
daughter Jeanette, are holiday is making a good recovery from
S t. of 8AV of NWW! Sau. SITwp. ,
.
Dda Inman will 'have guests of Mrs. McLendon's parents her recent Illness.J. \ ..j 5 8., Kan* *' 21 ,,!tn..'.. 20 ,
Christmasr Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Mat .
during children.the Miss Vonda thews. W. Jordan returned recently! _n_______ ._ _._ ___- __ t I

[student of the Unlver- from Louisiana where he had I
at Tuscaloosa. Miss Emy Mayes Kelly of spent several months looking i:
Ubama the Madison has accepted n position after property Interests. He i
of
an, a student at Camp Blanding. She la staying plans to build a tourist camp at
of Baltimore and John with Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. 'his home place' on Road 43 near I BOWL1111

j Tallahnssee.HOUDAY. Wilson. the Clay County line. 4I

Miss Madge Whlgiiam will go Engage your Christ irui" turkey ,I
to Tallahassee tomorrow to spend! now. ItelUery any time till night

the holidays with her mother,, of the. 24th.-SUirunk Fet-,1 & I Ir 1'' :

Mrs.Mrs. H.Eula G. Whlgham.Turner. and sister, S.- Ml Co.Mrs. .. ) IT IS GREAT FUN CLEAN AND :


B. P. Smith Mr. and Mrs.

Xmas Curd, 2.) with name Clyde Morgan and three children EXERCISE'lh I i
ALL YEAR! printed $1.23. Lust minute orders of Daytona Beach, were here Sunday HEALTHFUL
filled throll '11 Monday. visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. J, ,
.1
nrL.cUol..J.County. Telegraph. Davis anti Mr. and Mrs H. L. I ?,
Brownlee. Mrs. Smith is Mr. ''' ''''+ I Now
:
A Game '
Misses Jean Davis and Margaret Davis' grandmother, e' Enjoy

Pearce, who are studentsIn \ ,lpR :
the Woman's College In Tallahassee BETHEL R AT THE NEW -

will return, home todayto By Mrs. D.: P.Uoodard f
spend the holidays with their
t
parents. We regret to learn of the death
Mnr ry ryt
of Mrs. Annie Geiger. Wed Df'II- Brunswick Balke Ally

Engage your Christina turkey Jay December 11. She was
now. Delivery any time till night burled at Bulah Cemetery last

>f the 24th. -Slstrunk! Feed &: Friday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock.S. 1

Seed Co. B. Wood art! has returned tohis
home at Plant City after a'' On Temple Avenue (Road 13))

Mr. and Mrs. Dale VanSickle iwo week's visit here with his _
and son. Bill of North Hollywood jrolher, D. D. Woodard.

ICTR I C Cal., arrived today to sperd L. S. Hlggenbotham and Mr. PRICES STEVE WELDON, Prop.10,15&20c ',

TILL :he Christmas holidays with Mrs and Mrs. Edgar Bridges of East
Van Sickle's mother, Mrs. W. J. "
Palutka were visiting their aunt,
: CASH PRIZE FOR IIEST NAMESTARKE'S
$5.00
Epperson. Urs. Emily Gllsson. last week. :' .
Idly Suppers or Isadore GI1). 11on was the recent PER'iJNE, ,
... t
daugh- I __....... _.-- -
Landrum
|]iht snacks. Little Martha I guest of hilt uncle and aunt, Mr. __ __ r .4 f
''tel' of Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank
and Mrs. Jim Geiger of New
I Ii I
luiiiemt mill I Landrum has been In Riverside, Smyi Iia.Hy. '
i aospital, Jacksonville, for the I l ,
from an
past' week recuperating Visa| \rsul.i ('ro.bySUN1VY
attack of scarlet fever. She 181| I
niiOOK P KM
better at the present
rr.uch
very
q 7ill time and will probably be brought \ DRIVE IN
Miss Carrie Alvarez of Pine
home this week-end. :
Level spent lust week with her
I cousin, Miss Arsula Crosby.Mr. .

and Mrs. Randolph Crosby
NAT SEZ:
of Jacksonville were visiting Mr.
Crosby's parents Mr. and Mr*.
been In a subway "
never
If you've C. C. Crosby, recently. NEWEST
and you 1
hour ,
the rush "
during/ wait Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly Mere II "
want; to know how It fe U ,
recently.
t the Init day to do your In Gainesville I :

E.* If IhrtetmoA until find out. hopping and jou'll several We confined are people sorry to In.their our to report communityare beds with that I :.> ::: .. AND MOST ATTRACTIVE


Lot of folks are Ketllngln the flu. I kl I1IiJ'I"jf J II" II.

to the fact! ; that It pay to ...hopearly. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly: and ..',: : Lr. '

son Henry Vincent of Jacksonville SERVICE STATION
but were guests of Mrs. BeulahKelly
late to be early now
It' too
and Mrs. Evelyn Crosby
be too late or
you still can Saturday.
nuonpln. Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Grlner of
Tampa were recent"guests of Mrs. f
Grlner's parents! Mr. and Mrs.J. .
GIFTS FOR MENOK N. Kelly and sister Mrs. C


> BELTS _________________--_ $1 to $2HATTAN C.Mr Crosby.and Mrs. J. N Kelly, Jack

[ SHIRTS _______________________ $2 Smith business and In Q. Lake B. Griner Butler attendedto Friday. I

[HATTAN PAJAMAS _____________ __ __ $2 William Woods left for Jack

OK TIE CHAINS _________________ _______ $1 sonville make his last home.week where he will i.

I EAST TIES ________,.____________________ $1S Mrs W R. Halslop and Mrs.son, (
and
__ _________________ $1.98 to $:).9:) Alton Fred, Mrs.Dobbs Inez were Kelly In Grandin'l 6,
,.
IK TWAIN SHIRTS _____'_______________ $1.65 Thursday of last week. I I l'. -

PROOF SOX ______-__-___________ 3 for $1 FLA. STATE.FAR.II \ \ 1" .' ,, ..,.

HER JACKETS ___________.:.___________ $S'9S IJy Miss Mary TowneendWomen's I| i 1'f. ,. > 'e 11''
HER JACKETS ___________,---------- $12'50 Club MeetingThursday ] -- (-' ;;"", ....,:t --":; ,y..-... ..,. I
;r..v'f
.
; ,
.. .
afternoon, December, .. -- 1>., I
IATERS _________________ $1.98 to $1.95 the semi-monthly meetlpg of .,\ f"4e. '. .ry J ....:, w -S y, 'e 7r: rr 7' Y' -' 51.i. .'L" .' ..,c.'r'e.
$1.95BRIGnAN 12, heM at \ .... ..."..t .. .ti .... .....t ....; R' ... '. . .
____ Club was .. ; '
____ Woman's ., '
ROOM SHOES ________________ the short I ," .L .-,.. ... -- ":; o'e ---

PAJAMAS ______________________ $2 the business club meeting house. After presided a over I I Iiy .. :..-:...... '"t'_._ : 0/11'..#.-4...-, ::..e1.- ;.;+- d re'i, ; ._--1i1'1j....

Mrs. L. F. Chapman club

president, the guests were t'rv.'I\\ .
WOMEN refreshments consisting of : OPERATED BY THE

GIFTS FOR pie and coffee, by Mrs. Roy Roberts i I ;

LTIFUL ________________ $1 and Mrs. J. J.:. Townsetd.who : .
SLIPS __________ hostesses for the after-

PROOF HOSE =_________________----- 79c'$1 noon.were 1

ETTE HOSE _...._____________________ 79c'$1 Candy napkins, tied In was different presented coloredpaper to I SAVE OIL Co.

S AND SLIPS ..___------...-----------... $1.95ES 5.95: those Friends present of as Mrs.favors.
| _____ -: .= _______ $1.98 to and Mr. John Crews will be sorry J ,

[ROOM IIIZZ": d$1, to $2.45ow to learn that they areII\ with
SHOES ; : \
_... : -- ETHYL GAS
$1 the flu. t REGULAR GAS KEROSENE
CASES ______,--i----------------- Among those who motored to

JACKETS -. --------------- $1.19 Jacksonville to during do their the Christmas past'!!, w. "
. }
EL $1 shopping M.... J, W. <
SETS' and
--------------------- -- week were: Mr. 1 18 tOe 20kFree
''UMPS ( *1-25 Woodward Mrs. L. E. Prince 2C
and .fu. J.
BREADS -1: : :- :::=.- : $1'9 M.Mrs.Bradley.V, N. Geiger )


. PRE,\DS -_ ----_ $3.95 Mr.children and Mrs.Melverna D. T. Thorntonand Charles Towels With Purchase of Gasoline j

50F = : = :. $lTERNBERG'S Dewey, spent the weekend in I
ALL KINDS "_ ._-.__- -- ---- and Gainesville visiting friends and\ 4

relative. LOCATED ON TEMPLE AVENUE (ROAD
Friends of Mr. and om. J.1 13)n

Moncrl. will be sorry to hear
> M,
111 at Uwlr''' ,
I that they are both _, --:- -!' '-. "'. :;i; -.. _' r.
II home here.





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PAGE FOUIL BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH. STAB tE. nXiRTOA FRIDAY. b"CE.\I; CR IJ
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III'' SOCIETY and CLUBS Time Growing For Alien Short RegistrationIs Governor Warns I[50 Years Ago | of Tuesday WINDSORS Mme Windsor for The aMy IN Duke F'Lo Itroll1:"Otac A



4, Wainwright-Starlinff DecemberMeeting Levy Canova, Jr., Celebrates Every unregistered alien should with Act, he of age explained or over, all must aliens registerin 1f Mr. William Mitchell has-resigned lour-day visit| a to"St r MIami PI'!Va
lose no time la complying years
1 Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Starling otLawtey Held By WSCSThe Birthday AnniversaryLevy the registration'Jlrovlslonl of the person and be ftnger-printed. his position at ; the depot

announce the marriage oftheir Alien Registration of 1940, Simple registration forms may be and will remove to ,Jacksonville.
Woman' Society of Christian A. Canova, Jr., was five
last procured In advance at any post Adama Is now freight
said
daughter, Louie Belle, to Governor Fred P. Cone Mayor
Service of the Methodist old
years on Tuesday and his of
par- fees
Mr. F. B. Wainwright of Gaines week. office. There are no any wrestler at the depot.
church met Monday afternoon at ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova, connected with registration.
vllle. The marriage was an event The U. S. of Justice kind The population of Bradford
I the church with fourteen members gave a lovely birthday party for Department with the Allen
Failure to comply
of October 13.HallSimpson.
i present him at their home 0 n Eighth estimates that ,about 24 percentof Act of 1940 may re- County according to the new census -
Registration
is 7,502, against 6,112 In 1880.
A devotional service was con- Street. the aliens In this country have sult In a $1,000 fine, six months
y t Engagement I ducted by Mrs. J. W. White, who The house was decorated in accordance failed ,to comply with the law he Imprisonment, or both, he said. Mr. Plant Is to open his won-
Mr. and Mrs. John Hall of was assisted by Miss Amy Co- with the Christmas motif said. Many of them have put off derful hotel in Tampa with a
Starke announce the engagement/ burn, Mrs. Pearl Simpson, and red, green, and silver being registration because they feel they NAZIS MAY WANT IT reception and ball; the invitationsto
Miss Struth. used In profusion. In the be extended all over the state
Kate The vice-presi living ,
n' I have
of tlnte.some possibly Island
of their daughter, Muriel Louise plenty DeLand,-Martinique, nearby -
dent, Mrs. A. Wood, talked on room there was a lighted tree ,be to evade the and a special train to be placedat
Hall, 'to Samuel T Simpson, son which may attempting and a French possession
"Social Evangelism" in both home was the center of attrac- law, and come may have failedto GermandominatedVichy the disposal of guests.
of Mrs. Pearl Simpson of Starke tion for the children. Indoor and under the
and foreign lands. Mrs. Wood haa'some
register for other reasons. government, might be used Mr. J., W. Andrews
} The wedding will be, an event of brought out the fact that although which out-door games were played, after Aliens are required to registerat by the Nazi aa a base for a possible new Kentucky horses :Just In.
early spring. China I la In a distressing the young host opened his their U. S. Post Offices. This attack on the Panama Canal, The New York Star Auction
condition, the Christian mission many gifts. Includes first and second class House opened last Saturday.
according to an opinion expressed ,
The children marched into ,
aries there are doing a wonderful the post ,offices and all post officesat Joe Hendricks. A party ,of young folks attended d
by Congressman
work in providing*_ for the dining room and grouped themselves -
county seats. However, these "We must watch developmentsthere a jollification dance at
about the table, which
physical and spiritual needs of was
post offices will soon be 'busy Middleburg last night.
closely, Congressman
centered with very
FOR QUALITY a two-tiered birthday
-
many people.
I with the annual Christmas rush 'Hendricks said. He stated he did Probably 1,000 or 1,200 balesof
The president, Mrs. E. K. I. cake Iced In the holiday colors and If those who have failed not believe the United States cotton will be ginned in Starke
with red
Perryman, presided over the busl- on each end predominating of the table:, and register will do so'at once, a great should take over the island now. this season.
ness session and called for reports were deal of last minute confusion will "We Parties were In town this week
tall red candles Cake and Ice However, he .said, might
from the three circles. Mrs. be avoided. The deadline for looking up phosphate lands.
cream In were served have to take over the Island--
I Will Blair attended to the aecretary's cups by registration under the Alien
Yesterday Mr Kite
Mrs. Canova, assisted by Mrs. R and would have a perfect rightto BenJ. sent
duties, and the treasurer's Registration Act Is December 26, to the alliance bunch
exposition a
A. Green and Mrs. R. do if makes ELECTRICTOASTEfc
showed marked G. Kldd. so- Germany an
report a advanceIn Governor Cone pointed out. of extra long, beautiful
sugar
r payment of financial obliga- The favors' were Santa Claus Under the Allen Registration attempt to occupy and fortify it cajio.
tions. Mrs. W. B. Sewell spokeIn Buckers and balloons'"of various as military base. But" he added,
colors.
regard to collecting' toys for Barksdale;. Assistant. Attendant, Electrical 1
:Mrs. Canova "we must be very careful to avoid gifts give
played
under-privileged children. juvenile Mrs. Emily 'Denmark; Musician,
M songs and told stories suited to Mrs. Mae Green Captain, Miss International complications with- joR"lievp lasting pleasure.NOTICE .
Circle Number Two will meet ;
the first Monday In January with the occasion. Assisting the bout-: Doris Dyal; Reporter, Miss out justification." M14rl ))

Mrs., J. W. White, Circle Num- eRs in entertaining the children Thelma Manning; Junior Counselor Oiot666 '
ber Three with Mrs. W. n. were: Margaret Monteith, Mary Mrs. Vonda Inman; Auditors, Typewriter ribbon, Adding
iq' 12 to 3 Feet _,_ 35c: Sewell. Weldon, Betty! Ann Flynn, and Mrs. Ruby Hayes, Mrs. Havana Machine paper, Remington Tjpe- .'
Paul Canova III. This merrY Johns, Mrs. Eunice Box; Inner wrltt'l'S.-t'or Sale at Telegraph a.

3 to I Feet __ _. 49c Music Pupils HeardIn party was enjoyed by 21 children. Sentinel, Mina Ollie Marr; Outer office.
Sentinel, Mrs. Ethel Raymond. ..._,.SALVt.5051 DROPS
5 to 6 Feet __ ___._. 73c RecitalThe Officers Elected "
Mix! Holden .presented attractive '

'. 7 to 8 Feet _______ $1.25 piano and accordian students By Woodman Circle service pins' to all officers
of Mrs. Will Edwards we're who filled chairs at the official
Members of Staike Grove No. visit of the National President,
heard In recital in
a the music
WE WILL HE CLOSED room at B. H. S. last Friday aft- 278 of Circle the Supreme' Forest Wood- Mrs. 'Dora A. Talley, on April 6,
man were 'pleasantly surprised 1939.
ALL DAY CHRISTMASAND ernoon. last week by a visit from It was announced ,that installation -
NEW YEAUS Those taking part on the State Manager Abbie E. Holden of offlcerswlll be held In 'YOUR GAS COMPANY

varied program were: Ann'Moore, and State Auditor Minnie Hllder- January. Mrs. "'Andrews urged

Patsy Cox, Louise Carter, John brandt. A gracious welcome was ,every officer to have her lecture
extended to the prominent visit- memorized In tim- for.', the instal- ANNOUNCES
Thompson, Linda Carradlne, Bernice *;
JANE PARKER Copeland, Ada Edwards, 0S. lation. j ,a .'
_ FRUIT CAKE Dotty Sue Biggs, Jo Ann Dinkins, New officers for 1941 have been Miss Holden tatytedl-on Americanism A 'PRICE ADVANCEON
elected as ,follows by the Grove
Madge Brownlee, Betty Ann : and unity, 'and Mrs- Hil-
Guardian, Mr a.1 Maude Andrews debrandt discussed ,
: :
1 Pound __ _____ -..-_ 37c Lawson Flynn, Geraldine Janette Priest Cox,, Elizabeth Margaret ; Past Guardian; Mrs. 'Eunice between officers and members.cooperation ALL RANGE MODELS

2 Pound ..?___._ .._ _.__ 69c Montetth, Luclle Crosby, Gwen- I Wilson;; Advisor, Mrs. Emily Officers of the Grove entertained ,
dolyn Shuford, Dorothy Faxon, Denmark; Chaplain, Mrs. Frances with a '"cwered dish sup- Effective

5 Pound ____._.:.__ $1.69 Alvin Lewis, Morris Edwards, McIntyre; Attendant, Mrs. VlrgleCarolyn per, *" f.Callstreet,;' Jan., I

Marguerite Carter, Marian Brown,
Elizabeth Cox, Wanda Pearce, BUY NOW
Barbara Moore, Lou Edwards, ; AND SAVE
A&P Ernestine Moore, Virginia Firestone

FOOD STOREN EuBley Shuford, Jean Ed- -- .. ':

N. wards, Edwina Wiggins. Flu, flu Who's got the a smooth buck an' wing Gainesville Gas
Prevail, Mgr. flu? Co.
Henry Manassa Introductn'. his
Typewriter ribbons olr all
kind
If you don't get it It'llsoon ver' attractive Mrs. to the natives .
for ole at the Telegraph office. ..get you ., . Dr: and Mrs. Kelly The Dependable Fuels

mat in, unless you do like Hazel I <(State Farm) mftelln' the local- 972 So. Virginia Ave.,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR Guy: l1'tlll-'wear-'u asearle. round: :I''lies Phone 1444

1\1111olllllY Venn Experience Makes It POll lble tor Me to Render your head and an extra: pair of I Altogether,,, "fvw jla swell"" affair -
'EJo'FICIENT. PROMPT *,nd COURTEOUS SERVICE socks (You needn't dodge folks When do we have J. n _
MODERATE PlUCKS me, Hazel I aw you!) anpther ?.
'Sterrlble If two more Best la ughortheweeLady/ :
DeWITT, C. JONES people get It, there'll be more I stopping! to inquire "where Mrs.
Starke.Florida.MACHINERY folks In bed thun on the streets Hearclaw lives?" After, a
I I Little flu' germs literally few minutes of argument she
swept Leila's Beauty Salon off reluctantly admits, "Well, may. .f1f'r
its feet las' week Every be it IS Barefoot"". .
1 regular operator out like a light Clara Mae Knight in Washing
REPAIRS Blonde Helen McKennondoin ton D. C.. helpin sister, Lena
her best to hold things to- Belle, and bro.in-law, Don, celebrate
gether The rest comin' back the arrival of a baby son
\WELDINGBLACKSMITHING one at a time, lookin' weak but His Inauguration beat Pres,

willln ,, 4ClnrJean Roosevelt's by several weeks ,
Shoppe also tell one Methodists are still talkin'
tell flu swoop Jeanette caughtit about the fine sermon that Chap
I: and fled to her mother's at lain Noland (Camp Blanding) delivered
Tampa (Gertrude Beaaley here Sunday mornin ,
has already been there ill for It church is gonnn be full of
weeks) Clara Mae Hoppe surprises like that-well, let's go'
Barnett Iron Works came up to 'run the shop, and Wonders Never Cease Dept. '
caught it too So now she'a Roomers at the home of the Eastman & AGFA Cara NomeCompacts Gents Shaving Sets
back In Tampa Flu and George -Anderson's are buildingan
booms Jus' don't mix! addition to the house In their Cameras Folds
Camp Blanding Once again the Woman's Club !spare time at night rather that Bill
have to move out when Iris and
building has demonstrated Its
ON ROAD STRICKLAND'S CAMP NO.2'IfP'rmR ability t o draw better dance ,Dale VnnSickle arrive for a visit $1 & $2.75 $1 to $6Ladies'

crowds than any other' edifice in during the holidays! ,

town., Don't know why It is, Well, so long everybody Gents TravelingKits
'cause the Armory and Legion ,Haven't. time to chat any longer Evening In Paris & Gent's
Hall have good floors, too ..' Simply must get out and
But somehow, the club house finish my Xmas Chopping Sets Wrist Watches
simply draws 'em .' Dance las' Local stores have never been
mOre gift-bedecked (P. S. _
,Friday night was another in a '
long list of successes there 'Wish somebody would feather m:>\ $5 to $30
Hear the club cleared around $40 nest with one of those I'eutherec Cara NomeWeekEnd

.. Not half bad when you con bed-jackets at Sternberg's) New
1I alder the lump' sum necessary -CarolynBectric Fresh Lot of Kits Ladies Bracelets and]

1II for a high priced orchestra .

Glamour, glimmer, and gleam Whitman, $5 to $25 Lockets
Ruth Howe was little shortof ti

No. 303 Cranberry Sauce, 3 for 25c easily breathtaking the outstanding In what dress-of was Nunnally's & Gales Genuine 14 Kt. Gol

No. 2 Can the-evening "Twas white, Dresser Sets '
Country Kist Peas 3 for 25c Xmas
but too dazzling for further description Candies $7 to $20

No. 2 Can Phillips Lima Beans; 3 for 25c You'll simply haff N $2 to $15
to see It Dot Powell (gettin' Noy M J -
COMPLETE LINE OF FRUIT CAKE slimmer by the minute) like a and Sheaffer(
Parker
Mender flame In red Dot
MATERIALS (vim, vigor, vitality) Green in a Kaywoodie Manicure Sets .
strIking plaid Virginia Smith Pipes 'Pen & Pencil Sets
No. 2 'CanePEAS lookin' no less than lovely In $1 to $6 -
light,blue taffeta Lola Adkins and Pound Tins of
WOODBURY &. in dark red velvet AND muff monogramStationery
Diminutive Wilma McClane in Tobacco in Xmas
FACIAL SOAP CARROTS gray and pink (new :ur coat too, Gents Military
unless I miss. my guess) Boxes
Mixed Vegetables, Abbie Harley, regal aa Wally. in Sets While You Wait
something white and awfully Jo--

1c Diced Carrots and Grecian.. Margie Thigpen. also
In white And can she roll
Corn-all those eyes r (Ask Hugh Ingram)
". Ultelia Henderson's dark Complete
with-ww your purchase, o 3 cakes 2 For Spanish beauty perfectly set off Line Of Xmas Cards And WrappingsAll
by something blue and a sparklln' COFFEE
at regular price tiara In her hair Dozens and Gifts Wrapped In Christmas WrappingCARPENTER'S
I dozens of others, but by this MAKER

.',4 CBENNY'S time I waa quite dizzy c.l(!. f.r s tilllbtK (ltd-fit
Sidelights and
highlights kept lr tlif'i tut. It n/rrz-Ill
things Interesting: even for non- Ititrli
dancers Lillian Moaeley and Hillutti.Ill .
GROCERY her w. V y-haired co-jitterbug Tali IIICMK 1111

stopped the show" several 'time I
with their frenzied 'gyrations .
Guy Sale Mgr. "
Phil Vltsky (brother of Lew I The Rexall Store

White, the famed organist) doln' I.do ,_ ___








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NYA Head HereE. Acres. redeemed acoordlnc to law, .tlle February, 1941.Untod .
ioi9c4I1NEwsdL The assessment of the Bald property properlY described therein will beHold this 18th. day of Decc_
under the Bald certlClrat If to the hlithent bidder at the her, 1140. ,
C. Campbell, district director sued wan" In the name of Mm, courthouse door on the fire Monday tOPPiriAt. HEAD A. J. Thomu
of NY A, it buslneM Helen M. llallett. In the month of February. Olerk of I'lrculi Court of Ilradfor '
Williams will Joa.. E. Wilson Is one of the Mrs. J. M. Brownlee waa Unless Bald certificate shall !be U41 which In the ,..d., day of County, Florida. 12-2 41 I.e
B at latest victims. of the flu. He 1 Is in Jacksonville. spent Tuesday visitor here Tuesday afternoon at ______m______ ___ ____
xff hherelness 11 at his home on South Walnut, I Ithe office of Congressman Lex .
ctel Street. I Green. Mr. Campbell, whose 'lF t
Mrs.
E. S. Matthews returned_ headquarters are in Jacksonville,
Xma*.
turMS' for home Monday after spending ten has jurisdiction of NYA: activities -
Co- Valrle B. Kldd' of Highland days la Orlando with her son-in-t throughout the Second Congressional HOME MADE CANDIES Hi
.Springs, Va., is here to spend law and daughter, Dr and Mrs. I
Brown of Rtchired the holidays. with his brother, R. H. B. McLendon.Dr. I| District 't\ .<
the\ guest of herr 3, Kldd.
1.
,JIll d Mrs. M. McRae. and Mra. M. B. Herlong CARD OK TII.\NiS AND FRUITS

Xroas. I Mr: and Mrs John Hart and have two large azelea plants in We wish to thank, each and ',' '
for full ,
te orders Scriven Hart of Jacksonville bloom. This Is unusual for everyone who was ao, kind and i I
promptlY name't h roo printed<< b spent,Sunday night with Mr. and bloom December in as azaleas usually i. thoughtful during the illness and .. : SHIPPED ANYWHERE \ :
9 ,,.lth Mrs. W. H. Hart. February. l I
County Tl'lppoap'iLr. [death of our wife ami: mother. \
Large do extend thank ,k 0.- ... .... _Jl. ,. -.- -000
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. T. Minahew; selection Xmas canls, Especially we .
Bewley! Is spending of mime printed, all price' Ordr and appreciation to Dr. M. B. I
Long Bridge
announce the
with her par. arrival filled l
\\'III1pa Bin.n. A. C., Dur of a baby daughter' Mary County through Telegraph.Mrs. l\Iondu-Uradtol'd. Herlong and Mrs. Carolyn Inman.T. : SHORT ORDERS AND SANDWICHES .
slid Etta, ..on December 14. M. Williams and family.
.
'
) ot .. Mrs. W. T. Jackson, of Bacon. Chas. G. Woodbildge of
Y Jim wtek-end Mllliken here ton, Ga., came Sunday for a visit Lynn. Mass., and daughter, Mrs. %O'ru.'E Of APPLICATION .'()11
the R. O. Smith of Atlantic Beach I>.KK1 l lA.
with her daughter Mrs. T. T. U.RI STARKE CONFECTIONERY
Hen
ud Mrs. Cecil Long and lira. D. P. Carpenter. were on their visitors way to to Gainesville.Starke Monday NOTICE<'Seat.IS! HETIKRY%..' sass CJ1VKN.
I That Noah Taylor holder of Tux
C..rtlrll'Ue No. 69, Issued the 7th ANGELO Proprietor '))1
Hogsed, of Jackson- Buttery-fed! turkeys for Ama Mrs. W. L. Wall day of Mpptenibnr, A. I). 1JSban! I ,
'! returned Sunday
I1 spend the week-end -SIstrunk Feed &: Se>e l Co. from St. Vincent's Hospital ril made dIn.. MppllCHtUfn.. ,In my for ttfflo a tax and deed has to 200 MADISON AVENUE I ;j 1

pother, Mrs. W. B. in Jacksonville, and her friends tie InmiHil I"..r.nn. Raid crrtlfti-ntc
Dr. Paiks Mrs. H. B. McLendon and here are glad to know that she mbiuruH In the the following iVimty <>( Uradfoid danorlneilPiuiivrty (Across from Coca-Cola Plant) q q'I,
daughter, Jeanette are holiday Is making a good' recovery from stat of Florida" to-wit; I
Ldi Inman will have guests -of Mrs. McLendon's parents her recent Illness. I Ray of HW14 of NWi/8 P'.H.. 21
I Airing\ the Christmas Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Mat Twp.. 6 :,I.? Hanna' 21>> E""... 20 f. 'L

r children. Miss Vonda thews. J.V.. Jordan returned recently -- I
Ijiadeat of the UnlverLbima from Louisiana where he had II "
at Tuscaloosa' Miss Emy Mayes Kelly of spent several months looking'

a student of the Madison has accepted position after property interests. He'I FOR I ti
at Camp Blanding. She Is
and John stay plans to build a tourist camp at.
of Baltimore ing with Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. his 11STARKE'S
home place on Road 48 near I B OWL

I Tallahassee Wilson. the Clay County line. I i HEALTH !H J

Miss Madge Whlgham will go Engage your (ChrMimt t Itirkej'
to Tallahassee tomorrow to epend now. IH-lhery any time till nightof M
the holidays with her mother, the. 24 Hi.-SIM run k Feed Jt ) i
Mrs. Eula Whigham, and sister, Seed ('... j
Mrs. H. G. Turner, IT IS GREAT FUN CLEAN AND H

HOLIDAY- Mra. B. P. Smith, Mr and Mrs.
Xmas Cards, 2.i with 1 name Clyde Morgan and three children\ '
AIL YEAR! printed 123. Lust minute or- of Daytona Beach, were here Sun HEALTHFUL EXERCISE 'H
ders filled throu 'd Monday. day visiting Mr. and Mrs R. J. ,
BracU 'cl, County Telegraph. Davis and Mr. and 'Mrs H L. 14r' # ':.
Brownlee. Mrs Smith Is Mr. io
Misses Jean Davis and Mar Davis' grandmother Enjoy A Game Now
garet Pearce, who are studentsin ; )
the Woman's College In Tallahassee ,
will return home todayto BETHEL I AT THE NEW ..;

By Mrs. I>; Di Woodard i
spend the holidays with their t r
e parents. We regret to learn of the death
of Mrs. Annie Geiger Wednesday -
Engage your Christmas turkeynow. December 11. She was Brunswick Balke Ally
Delivery any time till night burled at Bulah Cemetery last t 3 ,
of the 24th. Slstrunk Feel &
Friday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock.S. .

Seed Co. I his .home B. Woodard at Plant has City returned after to a 1 On Avenue Road :r I

Mr. and Mrs. Dale VanSickle' two week's visit here with his Temple ( 1.3))

CTRICULL and son. Bill, of North HOll.1wood brother, D. D. Woodard. .
Cal., arrived today to sperd
the Christmas holidays with Mrs. L. S. Hlfcgenbotham and Mr. PRICES STEVE WELDON, Prop.
Van. Sickle's mother, Mrs. W. J. and Mrs. Edgar Bridges of East
Palatka were visiting their aunt 10, 15. & 20cPEK
Epperson.
till Suppers 9r'Vtsn31ts. Mrs. Emily Gllsson,, last week. $5.00 CASH PRIZE FOR REST( NAME: ?
laadore Gluon was the recent'I'I '.(,IN. ,
Little Martha Landrum. daughter
41Il of Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank guest of his uncle and aunt, Mr. I -- -- -....... -. -- i
and Mrs Jim Geiger of New
taUaltrats Landium has been In Riverside
Hospital, Jacksonville, for the i., Smyina. (I
past'week recuperating from an I r
Miss: .IrsuU
attack of scarlet fever. She Uj I lly Crtwbysuwtwr I'
very much better at the present IIROOK FARM '

t4 K time and will probably be brought
: ;
home this week-end. i I Miss! Carrie Alvarez of Pine I DRIVE IN
Level spent last week with her .

cousin, Miss Arsula Crosby.

NAT SEZ: Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Crosbyof
tt Jacksonville were visiting: Mr
Crosby's parents Mr. and Mr*. .
If you've never been In a subway
y, during the rush hour and youa C. C. Crosby' recently. :' NEWEST
'want to know how It feels wait Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly were ,. I." I

until the l"..t day to do your in Gainesville recently. ,
,
w,1'f Christmas shopping and >oull We are sorry to report that ,.
find out. several people In our community! ;Htt AND MOST ATTRACTIVE I 1
me confined to their beds with
Lots of folks are gettinglta the flu. I .lIto".ld, ;I" .."
to the fact that it Jm\1\ to shop Mr. and Mis. H. B. Kelly and 'I",",
'
irly. Ron Henry Vincent of Jackson SERVICE STATION
It's too late to he early now but ville were guests of Mrs. Beulah ,
late or Kelly and Mrs. Evelyn Crosby
Mill can be too
:
Saturday.Mr. I i
nuunpln. and Mrs. J. B. Griner of ,
Tampa were recent guests of Mrs. h r
Griner's parents Mr. and Mrs.J. ant
GIFTS FOR MEN
N. Kelly, and sister Mrs. C

OK BELTS ___ ___________________ $1 to $2 C. Crosby. N. Jack
Mr. and Mrs. J. Kelly.

HATTAN SHIRTS _______________________ $2 Smith and Q. B. Griner attended

IHUTAN PAJAMAS _________________ __ $2 to William business! In Woods Lake left Butler for Friday Jack

|OK TIE ________ $1 sonville last week where he will
CHAINS ________________
make his home.
[EAST TIES ___<._________________________ $1S MI'0' R. Halslop and son. .1'

__u_____________ $1.98 to $;).9:; Fred, Mrs Inez Kelly and Grnndin Mm G ;
Alton Dobbs we rein !
!TWAIN SHIRTS $1.65 of last week.
-- -- Thursday OP.
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T I I .

PROOF SOX _____LI_______-______ 3 for $1 '! 1"
FLA. STATE FAR, .._ ,
HER JACKETS ,-__-_---;-.j.-..--.------ $&.9g lly Miss\ Mary Townsend : I I -t or'C'-- -
I. .. ....' ... "
HER JACKETS ____.,______,__________ 12.50 \\om4'n's Club Mwllng \ "t' '". .'... '" .-,, '. ."1" T, 1'l'II
.
.. >" -,," -' ... .. '" ... .,
pTERS:; ________ ______ $1.9S to $1.95 Thursday afternoon, December \"', .1oJ< .I.Lr'T. .. ."" = "" -:- ....... 10""" : ... ; ;: ... .
.
-- 12, the semi-monthly meeting of .?;.; 4 ... ... ... .. :J ," ... .., ... ,.., __
POOM I SHOES __________________u_____ $1.93R1CAN ; the Woman's Club was heM at t ...-:'__'I ... '1...$...'" .. M"..._. _... .... :. .-.....'...' ... '.;..- ..-:.-..:. .........,".._,......__. ...,..,_:.J.:,. .oi:......_Jo...... ....,.

; PAJAMAS _____________________ $2 the club house. After a short ..'....- ..... "" --.. _. -""-_- _- ..f'....".. 'J.. -.-.... :_" :-.-.'.,.-...'.._. ..-40.,;--. '!oil
"
business. meeting, presided over ) ;"; ... ....-w, .... .; ... ...rf\v"\ :" ... ..-..... "._ ...
'iy !Mm.! L. F. Chapman club I
president, the guests were served l .
GIFTS FOR WOMEN refreshments consisting of apple OPERATED BY THE
pie and coffee, by Mrs. Roy Rob-

l IFUI. SLIPS __________________________ $1 erts and Mrs. J. Jo.=. Townsesd.

ROOF HOSE c__ __ _____________ 79c-l who were hostesses for the after

EtrE HOSE .i i rrr _____ 79c.$1 noon.Candy, tied In different colored I
_, .._ __ _______ SAVE OIL Co.
S paper napkins was presented to I
AND SLIPS ,...__-_____*-----------..., $1.95 those present as favor. ,
tS < .'.- $1.98 to $5.95 Friends of Mrs. G. E. Crews I
----------- -------- will be
sorry
and Mr. John Crews )
Roo)1 SHOES ......:.;..L_,_i-:.:::_---rsa $1 to $2.45 to learn that they are 111 with

ow CASES _______-_:_'__________________ $1 the Among flu. those who motored to!I REGULAR GAS KEROSENE ETHYL GAS I

JACKETS ,---....,__.-Hi.: ; ':---:l------.- $1.19 Jacksonville to do their Christ.mas -
tL SETS' J1HI ___ __ $1 shopping during the J.past W I! '; 'c
------ and Mrs
-- Mr.
--" week were:
1 ISJc lOc 20c
LAMPS _Zr "I"I $!.25 Woodward, Mrs. L. E. Prince.

.paEADS ------------------Y--- : $1.98 M.Mrs.Bradley.Mr. V. N.. Geiger and Mr, J.

BREADS TIir $3.95: and Mrs. D. T. Thorntonand
-------- --------- Melverna Charles,
S OF children Free Towels With Purchase of Gasoline
_ALl. KINDS __._______------------ $1 and Dewey, spent the week-end and in I
Gainesville, visiting friends

'TERNBERG'S relative Friends of Mr. and Mr*. J.j I LOCATED ON TEMPLE AVENUE (ROAD 13)t
M Moncrief, will be sorry to hear

that they are both ill at their .....-- -' ., ,. .
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DF'CgllEts: ..

two-buck bills the boys are get.n Army Wants SAMPSON CITYBy History of Soldiering Denmark Is

Green Cove NeighborsGo ting paid off with at Blending Mrs S. E. Jones Reviewed In Talk existence because temPt>l'Il'jly 0

II'Our and the other nearby Government Highway Outlet Were not trained their I ..
Defense project Green Covelte Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Starling of To Blanding Draftees"You have the honor forcuof
From Camp to CoastNow of
"Whole Hog" For BoomIt are handling a few other denominations Tampa have moved here for the ot the greatest being a

of Uncle's currency, too are now joining the World. You country
that the ,new road from w \ter. Mr. Starling Is employedat oldest have bi
'
seems that Starke Ism't l the JlrccLlon also: In fact, almost every other one Starke to Camp Blandlng Is an Camp Blanding. profession In the world" Col. R. qulred Ill'ge. to pay for thll: 'Ina:
but the twos are kind of symbolic
only town boom Once again Green Cove Springs H. Kelley stated in an
enjoying a an Inspiring
Mrs Etta Fae :
wince before all the hullabaloo assured fact with right-of-way Mrs. Lem Brown WeH volunteer day of
the result of the Camp Blanding has opened wide Its arms for talk to the first group of draftees .
development, The following! article "boom days" and has thrown started one Raw about as many; secured and work already started Warren. Mrs. Nona Dyal and to arrive at Camp Blandlng. acterlzed the hFuries: have

from a recent Isxue of the itself wholeheartedly Into the of them as he did MediterraneanFruit Army officials are giving strong Mrs. Shi Smith were shopping In "There is not a time In recorded countries s

Clay County Crescent proves that pleasurable adventure of going Fly Inspectors after that, endorsement to 13 miles of new Gainesville Monday. history when the soldier does not I "Hlslorv fiasco Unsolved into thin air
the tamed $2 bills are pepping up completely "screwball" In t 11 e Anyway they're' acceptable i In I highway wh'Kh they claim would Mrs. T. H. Hill and family appear." that volume1 '! demon
the channels of trade over In that mad scramble for those clean new of great value In Joe this "Every time the flag; is raised lor. You all I I'ntie. are
trarle for almost anything: locally; prove military moved back to Port St. ""t'present
and that's all that matters muchto reducing the distance between week. and the bugles sound 'To The I Army shoUld be a "'bi

Green Coveltes since the exodus Blanding and the East Coast porttowns. i Colors,' they are playing an air ot young American Cl'Oas.
of workers throughout the \v Perry Sweat Is In St. Vincent's that may be t traced back to the I are typical Americana ntanhllOd

United Stales to and thru Green The propped new highway Hospital where he underwent an days of the Roman Empire." Col. career on which You Sal
operation for appendicitis. will be are .
.i Cove In search of Jobs on the : would connect the road now being : Kelley continued. I new to you and t
to t( Defense projects started. constructed between Starke Millard Varnes of Palatka Is "It. Is Interesting to ,note that My advice to you InIng. \
Ift *big ? visiting his daughter and son aU you can la '
; : Six months ago almost anything and Blanding with State High- in the long period of recorded said out of It Yap
Horace that
< this week. Ethel Jones and
No. 342. which joins Road history there la only a short time when his
{ : "" 11\\' J.J. In town, Including probably, a way Ped SOldIers
'"... / : of 28 at Sprlngslde near Palatka. Varnes. when volunteer soldiers grumbling he began
'F'\A; !" couple paved streets, coul appear: Look to
for a
: : .M' have been rented for ten or Col. R. H. Kelley camp executive Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brown From the days) of Oliver Crom- will the good thing,.

'l'nlE:"'el f.*' twelve dollars per month. Today officer Tecently wrote the I were visiting at Ralford< one'day weilr'UntI'1940VVThrougnout{ hist 'Vice leave after Your 1'el1'a

'ME'; J"h "r;'d'r-t.! "': /itl ,we hear wild tales of renters pay. State Road Department calling this week. tory military service baa constituted more weighing than 10, to 1S p

.." I ;" ,-.. 'I Af llu.t 'Ing fifty sixty seventy smackers attention to the necessity for an Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Parrish an obligation of citizenship.All you are when you enter
now
a month for houses and some ot adequate highway outlet from and Beauford McKinney were governments which have endured ically fit 75 per cent

; fff E6.L the rentors squawking and holding Blanding to the southeast via visitors to Jacksonville Saturday In this world have had cent I you ,,) ,
COIDnAY out for still more thinking Palatka. Excerpts from his let night. backing of military. have 8older4VJ|
With This BEAUTIFUL starting in the '
Jd 9-TUBE CONSOLE e.w.4 they're being gypped. ter are as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tomlinson "The Swiss have not fired a War. and enjoyed Spanish AmI''

Folks are renting rooms garages "The reasons for indicating the are the happy parents of a 10- hostile shot for 160 years yet of It. I hope every II:

,_ THE WAVIItY. ,. filling. stations and jus shortening of distance from Camp pound baby boy. every Swiss man is a soldier you every "" ""you 4&.will too, I
1 '' : BaR' lor tDe pric.of Oof aoout every in ing else anon of Blanding to Palatka are that
". : I A $79.90 value. Buy hit y 1 I the kitchen sink for sleeping accommodations from Palatka Southeast Fed-

'..'IIOII'[ "Y.I: Y; radio ac lit regular price ; .. C. ClMtttKltk and, at fancy; eral Highway No. 1 there on are Looking For Something?

: and get absolutely free a$9.95G.E.recordi ClMk.' ....ia"D.. I i' prices according to the tales, ports Fort .rfPierce West Palm

9 I 6995 11-- H r7 floating ,around-and everybody; Beach. Port....Everglades and Whether You Are New In Bradford County Or Have Lived
.. player. OTHI ( I list seems to have a pocketful of good Miami with roads Here All Your Life Whether You Want To Or
......,II'" iif good, availableto Buy ,
|Slid C.ll.. old greenbacks (with plenty ot: these points. '-Alno south on Sell You Will :Find This Classified Directory A Great
..... 14M twos mixed with the roll .
tf ) Federal
Road No. 17.
j to DeLand Convenience. And An Easy Way To Communicate With
FREE IIll9 ""
;: :. : I Green Cove's carpenters ''electrlclans I Orlando and Tampa ther are ex- Thousands Of Other Telegraph Readers

KNIFE SET "".II.N.. plumbers, etc, etc., who feting Federal ''highways and the

I WITH G. E. MIXER fJ have to put it mildly not acquired shortening of the distance to Pa I 1:1II::
c7 A genuine G. E. Mixer "" undue latka would apply t o all the AUTOMOBILESPAKTS EATING
wealth at their
and a FREE let of 1 ,4 pl'O.lesalons points on Federal Highways Nos. ROOFINGFOK
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matched kitchen knives I: during the past several 1 and 17 south.It 00.

I two gifti for the price years of serving local needs, have Is deemed Important that l TII't'fI. Rebuilt HOT PLATE LUNCHES, Saml- KOOFINfl
of J l j Generators Auto one A tout value of _.. all to
work for Camp
gone the Govern Standing should be a center MKT.1LOKK:
'23.20aodyou SO' J For Cur, And Trucks In Any Are Our Specialty nee .4
'] ment at of a road net that would have
get both foronly IO- ( alaladesOt', a couple cen the Condition. Metal U'ork-s 1100 \. Gn,,
most direct routes to SHELL: PLACEItoad
tunes a month or better. Those of Florida ports HASKINS AUTO PARTS St., Gainesville. Fla P'a
HO that If occasion
an
FREE 2 SERVI- unable to pasa themselves oft Just' North of Town On IC 13 13 Stnrke Fla. 12-0 1141.
as arose where : a, of
...1., < .... movement
FRAMES with / atisnnII skilled. workers. seem all to have troops from th4 'camp to the several 12.6I .
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WESTINGHOUSEROASTER.OVEN Oo.h':: : | acquired JODS as Deputy Sheriff ports for'the'purpose of embarking r UJbL. U1L RADIOS

t II ; Olmt Drll I I at Blanding. Clay County's jail on, boats these boats ARMY GOODS
SlJOnf | Is could be reached over the short. .
Before Chris 1m reported about filled REPAIR
as you Y. D/L.n AHM out to KEEPWARM Work B"or1 _.
get aa extra gift '.>\ **!.....WM | the bursting 'point, and automo est' possible ro tes. MILITARY SUPPLIES and -", Price In Town S
pel'
__ servi-framc ra.r... bile wrecks A: wTde'nard-surfaced: } : novelties for all branches of
north
*
free. Z4_ '. west-are the order of the day- with bridges, end culverts cap- the service. HEN 8USLO209 \\', rer WINTERHEAT MAVKSDIOSERd

:i si'A and night. Automobile dealer able of supporting loads of 30- E. Call St.. Starke, Fla. !Starlip, Kia.
$ FREE SERVI.TRAY I are piling wrecked cars around 000 pounds leading from Camp WITH OIL

I' WITH TOAST-O-MATIC 10ASTIR their places In sufficient quantities Blanding; to ,the Southeast along BARBER SHOPSNO I'hone 55 TYPEWRITERSRemington

A 13" chrome ser i- to serve as pretty good protection .I the route indicated through Pa STANDARD OIL CO. 12-6

J- tray, worth f 2.0O, free e"J that from any Invading armies value latka is and an Item of great military WAITING -Eight BarbersAt portables on ei-
with purchase of this might get .over this way I Importance. Such a four Service. Shower, p terms $.1 down, SJ a moo
e within the next few months. highway would permit passage of GASALL
automatic BathN A SpeolaJty.TIIKKK Prices start at $29.5.-Bn4
loaal r. $995..' ,....Iet......., I! Among the more pleasant fea troops' equipped with i modern : FRIENDS:" ItARHER ford County Telegraph.
tures of the invasion equipment permit tactical
....... a_ of workers maneuvers
SPECIAL VALUE .. I (which appeals particularly to the in this direction, and Cull St. SHOP 12-6 APPLIANCES For Home USED
.In/.. er.1.M quletlovlng transportation And Office, Stoves Heaters, CARSFOR
I RCA AUTO RADIO let............ Green Covelte) Is the of troops to the BUILDERS Water
sweet wall of our Florida High- Southeast as dictated by military Heaters I tc. Satisfaction
Compact, powerful THE BEST Pawl ir.sn.
yetpriced.maringlylow.ller.'s Q7odif way Patrol siren the ambulance, demands."I Oua.'antft'4.GAIN.S'ILLE
same; and, rattling and roaring have been Informed that All Types of con-tnu-tlon, new GAS CO. the best prlrei See I Larl

; enjoy a gift for Dad will. $1395 of a couple of thousand carica this matter; has ,been brought to structure or repair; *. Plans 072 So. Virginia A'enueGlllnI'H'tU.e F. Thomas at Downturn Oil|
years.LAMP tures of motor the estimates, nnd architectural mol.II Co., 1223 Isis:
vehicles of attention Fla. 12-6
every .p4.VJ.he,, State. Road! .
sort.'shape and ( H"r\lcfH, a'f'f'--o. M. Da\ls -Phone 50837; .lartv.dllFla. .
Schick ElectrIc RADIO .; description: which Department laiid"yhas been approved ,
; tear general Over 200 to "If''t!
RAZOR Cream and gold through town each morning but I respectfully request contractor 736 E.
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lamp Indirect about five o'clock t and back that this matter be given most Depot' Julncsvllle, Fla. Phone10Gt. HEATINGi 1-1 Wl I

and direct again each evening about six, at serious consideration. 12.20 i
reflector type, < ........ ttq atiiMyl'Diim which time one"doesn't cross our "Vour very truly, WATCHESREPAIR

,' I The Gift 10 win lighting 3-way .selective llaa 61"6,,. 'Tract. Me*us main street, and all really smart "R. H. KELLEY colonel, In BEAUTY PARLORS With WARM A QUAKER: This Oll-Iturn-winter
biS hean. citizens: are at home with fantry. Cm
No antenna or TM ClwiH' with. their Commanding. tng Ilenter. : Work With V
{ .1250 ground is $OO95 :wfe.'I1'tut ii: j cars safely In their own garages. I SI'EC'I.LSt Xo SacrificeIn IIl'at.1.0 Clean.G., E.Economical antes of Sul Infliction. N>
RrfrlgrratorM.
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TAA ,
needed. Green Cove Is booming all Engraved sympathy acknowledgements. line of Elgin and Rulmj
Quality Of Sf'niceLEIL.'S Pay On Easy Terms.DARBY'S .
1 rightand, despite the memory Inexpensive. IJruU-I I Watches just rec'elvt-d.

4 CIVI HIM A SAFTI-SURED GIFTCHAMPION of 1025, Penmore, and a few ford County Telegraph. /[ Call REALITY Street SALON J. II. COI'RTMIMH(
12-6
other here-we-go-wlde-open eras Starke, Fla. 12-6 Starke, Ha.

\ Vireslon. In her history some of her citizens iii:

; are all whooped up and boomIng .

TIRES ate/rs with her. Business ia plenty

The ultimate in oon-ikid goodand that's O. K We
tafetjr and hope Let Your Western
protection against blowouta. Replace that all our citizens will pros Auto Store Automatically Solve

your smooth, dangerously worn tires per from, It-the smart ones will
with new Firestone Champion tire. ,but we'll bet a pretty penny 1N Your Christmas Gift Problems .

OTHIR riKISTONI THIS that some of them: workers businexHinen .
' AI sew *>oo-i* and others haven't done FOR
., $685 .... much thinking about what i is to THE CHILDRENGive

t Holld.y AND rrk.i Youa for Limlt.d OLe till Tim Only' 1htrl# come times. In The the United wake States of "boom"G<>V'ernmenfa a WESTERN FLYER Bicycle COASTER?


t SPEED CHIEF BICYCLE Bucks at Blandlng just spent, probably ten million twice The "Commander" only $24.95

SPECIAL GILBERT a 7mm that amount on the Jacksonville J., p.ery i "I''I'lt: .'r.\ It I..rlenlirleally, d.NI..d Streamlined "Meri -

VALUE ERECTOR ( Air Base and that much money 4-i.nMrurtril. V hike to<.r Pruide iMilxtnuilliiK a lonjr life wf 4-yrllnK enloj, mrnt
mo-hiiuU-Hl
SETS turned loose! is bound to circulate { IMMhnt nrlhhorhoud.. will Mink. .juac yarn K.trr ...ix-rtrrtlon.ear ot cad the cury $5.35

Rut construction on both these halbl'

projects U nearing completion ELECTRICAL GIFTS FOR THE HOME 1tlarar.l red >nd ,and..rriim 1".1 diiriil.rnmnrl ..'i ..an M
now-and we are wondering what flnl-h. "" "fki
Is to follow. ...,.. hnnllf, / : I.
There's a lot of Toasters Inntrnuo -Irr lor"
Educational and great fun for boy. Green Cove guys who will be Electric Grills rhrnmr-plutrd .hahrnl+.

Build dashing madly about In a coupleor -tVonomv", -:a .> working models. hpntlnar
A dream of bike that if Sets from -- n **"InnAnrd" ..,_.. _.... Flyer"i.I.ate"Mod.r. I
a lure three months begging somebody .... rhrnmr dM..litn .._ .!. to be the envy of the neighbor' *1.OO to *12.95 to give them lre'lln.r"-.'*'......"" ,..._-._ :1..18 'Irl.nae" _. ,._ .....*.. '::1.43
job a, after
hood. 98
1 hi* big, sturdy ClYOO $3.
bicycle i* priced low. Blanding folds up on them-and, TRUETONE RADIOS Waffle Irons

WAGONS undoubtedly there will be a cer- Full-lite* .*... "' ..Jirur
tain amount of wailing and b.".tr. l)..bl.--''"' I'M,I
TRICYCLES Cornet .
'
$12.50
Petite $8.95 Single $1.89 tTpr "J"J7n
gnashing of teeth from some of hub ..:p'I: sea '"""" "
these Individuals. And too, It rut b..d+ or rl...bln..
t'lnr duliitr Mx.lrr d..ru I n .oll.k l"Twin"
..A. <
may be that the Government will llrllll< r mnii.r.m.d.rn alrAl. .rf. :
promulgate a alight case of housing from Mrrnnllii ,lx..tlr .".. .tr-nlnlnr It.rupture... ..*. ....1,. grlekl7 I d "P I a.M or Flyer
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to .... alas
e.e.ll.al
project somewhere In the .a. opnrkllnv "..""..
vicinity of Camp Blandlng, 'bat-: DeLuxe $2.79sTll'f

Complete line of wellbuiltwagons. side of Green Cove Ambassador ..,.-
Three $29' Springs because ,
streamlined .. I"
.
k models $5.25 .. "
All a d .elr 'O'I
styles.Al Envoy ,rf<
strong, sturdy. Priced $O9< of her half-million dollar $29.50 .....11,. fnu.d In hlthf ,. .....
at... ,. .. .. .up UluurmMd f 1O.S debt, in which event there may $21.50 war .. N.rnlllnly'. ....1.....
rT.h* lwo .. ...
time
At UliiMtiicd i ttrmt In AIh RL. aria ...
( asBingo 11r
be ..
not so great a demand for ludlmtor aFlr
LIONEL ELECTRIC TRAINS f-..bHbatton <. ..t... It r. II I Fllah inalltr. "......a w-1 a. h
r .f.r.d
housing facilities rablnvtPwwerfnl .
here after all. wA.rl.

Bed This might be quite a blow to I.......,..r'In..l HutomiitUi. v.nut tnB- .rout. !Sh.r.' ..w.re..... bm.ri.......... Irons Tot"
t j---- hose who Dllt.l. f..l. "Pla-Mor Tiny
.
cF expect to continue getting [ Hvllt-lH
vs'"t' .tr.lr.e.aer"bl" rrlnl, T-.tub.. .
$ rich from rents. Maybe times $4.99
M }t01 Amazing feature aucb ai electric I are going to keep on being good t $j.Qjj

YO iN coupling, The >ere- -they're bound to be better. ... .
S Babies love ; etc. perfect Hot Wave ....
.
A U o t p1 lo pound iMDIas.itt.ol' s 9$25 00C But It's just bs well to keep re- Hot Water Heaters For The Auto 1 well ea.tvrrrpr.7J.Tr.ru..l..d"' w, Itll.. '.f,.1.'

thepegs. the younjiter. nemberlng that the thirty mil- ',-"
98 I
CCOUNY lon-or-so: "Supreme" twin-flow *
Spwial Elwirlc Fni ht Train $wes dumped In this vicinity $9.65 "DeLuxe" $6.10 .........
iy Uncle Sam I la about ..pentt.'ll --
.0f eOo CompM-t site I ; big ( rlty. I .......... .
circulate for a while yet. but cap Quick I heat r.wrl we.... n d ro mfort -/ ...
he&Ifiiful salt e...e. ....... FnotbaPt
drying .It..11 ...._
tome day there's bound be comfort. Fully r. sigh Quality I
to
a guar.Lie wllh .u ............ .... fltll.a...
r lop of more or less magnitude.Ve 11II1-'. ;71:: to $J.9 _

just hope none of our good Gay
Christmas
1 green Coveites get hurt too bad.I.n10S Lights "1 Rifles
"It> "-"." Daisy Air
Indoor
'ft. FLASHLIGHTS wiring eel. ..d.ewriler" ..p.......
-..--..-...___.._ ____ pG
1Smith's '. ('OCNTCOTTOS "*"0\: r Ble.lrl' -............ "'HI': 'TII"., "" _H...l"li hot r
Ocala,-ThU county reports the From 30c to 92.wtlh......1..r.rd. -..- .-. .-....mel.te.. ."R.o" ... ..f... .. ',:..*,.

shipment of $25,000 worth of cr.... ..'Ir.n. : Hulh... far 1..r awe f...1. C.rhI.-tN.u.-n T iT *'INW fclUlt.I1rh1. .t.I.*'..fcl*
_....,. ._
Sea Island Cotton last week by .._ 3co" IAe rwintc I**.<.'
one firm at an of 37c ./ ..
average | *****i mmmi tmi
.1 pound. Two carloads went to I!

J. P. Coats Co., thread manufacjturers j Western Auto

GarageStarke This la the first sold to, Associate Store

this company which ,has been us.j

Florida irg about 30.00O bales of Egyptian V. S. ST.. JOHN
cotton annually. ,Owner


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ZO, 1910 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH,, STABKB. FLORIDA

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LEVEL 'Gainesville. Monday.Mr. I JKSaW: WWSaflW9 9 tCtCtCtC tC .iIn: t "',jj/fJlifAlff" I;
PINE and Mrs. Harry Sapp of '
Ir.to 11. 11. l'fcR4ae Jacksonville were visiting Mr.
)
1 will be Sapp's mother, Mrs. Nora Sapp,
$ evemchurch begin- over the week-end.
utpesi December. ,,21. Mr. and .Mrs. C. A Warren elf
i
1 CELEBRATINGur '
Friday.
Hampton were visitors here
with
sunday noon dinner Thursday.Mr .
day.
each
a rounds and Mrs.\. Grady Baxter of
I II welcome. returned Baldwin were visiting Mrs. Bax-
Oliver
\\10 Alice spending ter's mother, Mrs. R. P. Lewis,
after
.saturday relatives at Sunday.T. .
al daYs with was accompanied W Markey made a business Greatest
I City, She sister, Mr. Louiseden trip to Jacksonville last week.
bY her a few We are glad to report that I
spending "
l Is
&" who Sapp atroJIn Tom Sturatt who has been 111 ,
Susan
with Mrs. :for the past few days. Is able '
Springs R. AlvarezRobert to be up and out again, but sorryto
ldrs. J- all of nay that Mrs. Tom Osteen Is
Turner
SEASON
gra visiting Mrs. H.r1Ge still confined to her bed. CHRISTMAS ;
erbllt, were Mrs. Bulah Harrell and Mrs. i
T\lesJay. : I Iii
to report the "!- Malcolm Harrell were visitors in ,
e are sorry of Mr i Gainesville Thursday of last week.
,( little Lynn son Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Williamsof t ti
)Ira B. M. McRae. St. Augustine were dinner ;

GUM BRANCH guests Hazen Sunday.of Mr. and Mrs. Fred In Starke And Bradford County ":. ''

BY hire( End ParrlHh Mrs. Vera' Collins and laugh
and ter Emogene, of Waldo were
.,cut Mrs. Roy Clemons vlslt- visiting Mrs. Collin's parents, Mr.
bier, Betty Jean. were, Clemens and Mrs. H. P. Gainey Monday.Mrs. .
C
I.
gr and Mrs. Hastings of Waldo spent i '
sunday'night.
ford with her brother, Chas.
Monday
:: Keene were I
H H.

g wdMrs.Mr anti afternoon.Agnes Mrs. E.. W. Par-I Hardy Mrs., V.Sr V. Hazen made a busi- I! ,
sunday Jack- ness (trip to Gainesville last week.
Williams of with her Mr, and. Mrg, Leslie .Green and .!, ,
,die, spent last week Mrs. Minnie Rhlmen were I In ,!j ''ij W w .'
and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. ?, a E I
*IS, Mr. Starke Saturday afternoon. ,' ,
and Mrs. R. L. Clemons < 3 ''
IOn, Gene, recently visited 'I (.
Jim
bedside of her .father
s, who Is I" In a Jackson-

fhospltal.| John demons and i ,
r,and Mrs. BECAUSEOF
cicmons were visiting Mr' I
Clemons at RalI jj1 "
I lira. L. C '
I Sunday night.
I1 F S Sapp was the guest
In. Sarah Alvarez at Vander- MOUNTINGPRODUCTION I -
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recently i'
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BKOOKER II '

By Sir: '. L. L. ParkerAccldent,1 COSTS .. '. '1
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ne..thends :
WHICH '
,| of Andrew Cribb willt I .

?&day.t to December learn of 12 hi., while death out MAKEIT ,

I; His horse became fright- 1 .'-' I
I and started running. It Is ." ,
>ved that the horse was
led for a shelter, and the boy PROHIBITIVETO
I his head just In time tolit i
It i In the face with the edge( '
,'
he shelter. He was knocked'j aI
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.Minus and was rushed to
doctor, but died before get- PUBLISH
there. Andrew was about 'Ii
ve years old. Interment was THE I
:rosby Cemetery.
r. and Mrs. Sumner Andrews BRADFORDCOUNTY
Mr. and Mrs. Harley And. "i
were visiting Mrs. Annie i
.. '.
ouster and family Sunday.
',;
r i& C C. Melvin had as guests 0
TELEGRAPHAT w
ay her father F. B, Robln- '( !
,I",'
Rhoden. of Hellbronn Springs. J
Ir. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas
children and Mrs. I. W. Pin-|I OURPRESENT 1
er> spent Saturday at Dukes
i Mrs. Douglas' sIster Mrs. II a

pnla Ir. and Beating Mrs. J. W. Kelly of & Presents
ke were visiting relatives RATE, : Company
i Saturday and Sunday. 1 1Alexander
!rn.I" H. H. Mott and Mrs. O. WE WISH
Kelly were In Gainesville Fri-

Ir. and Mrs. Alph Hazen of TO i I Its Most Amazing Array
do were. visiting Mr. Hazen'sMr ANNOUNCETHE 1l
Ms, and Mrs. Mann
n i over the week-end.
rs P. A. Crosby has been
ding Jacksonville a few days with relaIn FOLLOWINGSLIGHT l Of XmasSQods For The Entire Family

M." J. H. Kelley has Just re-
ed home from Lacoochee, -
re she has been visiting 'her 1

Mrs Pitt Baxter spent last INCREASEIN FOR MOTHER FOR SISTER
fit-end in Jacksonville with her II! FOR FATHER
'its, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie

11.Yra Housecoats $1.00 to $3.95 Junior Dresses
Gay
Thelma Crosby was In -
JLCHING 1S NO"FUN SUBSCRIPTIONPRICES No Fade Pajamas ______. _. $1.95 Sizes 9 to 15 -.---- $1.00 to $2.98

1.49 to $6.9S.
Belching embarrassing.Is disagreeable If you take andTea a i No Fade Shirts _______ $1.59 Silk Dresses ----- Lovely Step-ins ---.- -- 25c to 59c .
EFFECTIVE i'i
Wul of BIsma-Rex In a glass
water after meals you can ex- Gotham Gold Sloppy Joe Jackets $1 toStripe $2.98

I stomach gas quickly. Blsma-: JANUARY 1 i Fine Kid Gloves ______ $1.19 Hose ______ 79c to $2.00
acts four ways to relieved Silk Slips ._____ ... -$1.00up ,
1 Indigestion. Go to the Rex- 1940
J Drug Store and ask for BlsRex I Interwoven Sox, 3 for _"- $1.00 Silk Gowns --- $1.98 to $3.50 Silk Pajamas ______ __ ._ $1.00 up it!
|- --50 doses for OOc.-Car- 1 YEAR $1.75 R
ter'l Drug Store In Starke. Handkerchiefs _. 25c
Boxed up
_. $1.00 -
Leather Handbags up
6 MONTHS-$1.00 Smart Tie Sets _""__ 50c to. $1.00 '

MONTHS-55c \ S
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NO ,I FOR BROTHER FOR THE FAMILY


SUBSCRIPTIONACCEPTED Embroidered Pillow Cases -- .. .. -.--..-- ---- $1.00 up
Wool Suits __ __ $3.50 up' SOc
e Linen Luncheon Sets -------------: --- up

FOR I'I Snappy Shoes ?. $1.98 to $3.50 Good Warm Blankets __0_ _._ ________ $1.98 to $11.95

Thu I LESS THAN I Belt Sets __------- ._'0" 25c UP Men's Smart Top Coats ____...:___________ $10.50 up


3 MONTHS.RENEWALS. Dress Pants _____ $1.00 to $2.98 Friendly Five Shoes _____ _______________ $5.00Boys'

all kinds 50c to $2.50
of
$1.98 Mufflers ----------------
Boots ______-.t- up
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case of clothes for her for this Postoffice Staff p,
our rejoicing as were those who first ,readin Santa if Cone at the
And you
Chriatmas. ntw
Bradford
The
County Telegraph it, freedom from an earthly bondage that To can bring me some new clothes Still GrowingThe tics of the l 10rlda Su It,

i -- -. -- Letters Don't fbrget the rest 6f the A seventh ""
-- had the hearts of all mankind. too.
; kept heavy IUstlce
; EMt bU"' a 1877SJK little boys'and girls, with lots of number of employee at the Court fOr Ute
Since the brilliance surrounding it has been Santa ClausDear local postofflce continues to hike, era W8s PI'OVldtd( wl1
AAE.M.BER. e= r-l'! love.Mary and with the approach of rntlfled
dimmed, 'and passing years only make dearer Louise Dumhlmer. the i amendment a con

yiNFLOWLVV PRESS ASSOCMJIQN\\ the story that star told in centuries long Mid lakes, Fla. holidays it will waa be expected added that November election to that tft,
__ P. I have a new baby sister. even more beforethe years Ad
SMat'ft.( Claus: S. old
1
j gone by. Faith and Hope are as strong in Christmas deadline.The He WII\\ be
,,.. .twa4 7 otk J "apt' af,1Ittle boy 5 years ot Please bring her something nice. eat member of the I
most recent
the breasts of humanity today as on the age .. !havV been a good boy addition in the He Will take up r

E. L.-l'latrbews_.___::'___._-__ Editor and Owner morn following the appearance of that star, this yea?: and want you ,to brIng Dear Santa: personnel which Is already at an and will .'rVe until Office IJn(
m*' tiom and wagon, a knife, I ,am a little girl 9 years old.I all-time high, were announced this The office Janu
when the world awakened 'to find that In I Iteacher' week. They areL.. O. will be
Jones f11l
rubUabed" .Wef..kIYIn) Fridays and Entered M Seck a truck'toil\ puts and many other am In the. 3rd grade., My Voters In the

k end I Cla"s Matter at the Pout Office at Starke, Flu. truth there had come One capable of paving thlng ,,.,V6.nta I will leave you ., name Is Madeline Crosbyand i Henry Godwin and Henry Stlcox. lion for the fUll 1942 Ken

--- .- all who might look up and believe. And a piece of"'cake in the kitchen. a good teacher too. I want Besides the regular crew of four, 'ht yea
others have been added
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Your friend to bring me a doll, a sweater, who
not alone has this grand message of cheer you announced several SchooilIolidaY8
Toarly, '1.50; SU Months, 75c.-Payable In Advance juniale Kersey, Starke, Fla. a new dress and some candy and were weeks
Advertising Uaten on Application gladdened the hearts of that part of the lots of fruit and think of my sisters ago. When Bradford

world in which it was first read, but it has Dear-Santa Claus:, too for they have been good CONK NAMES JUDGE leave the whom rOOIll Count)
I
t Other Things May Change spread to even the darkest corners until I am" a little "girl 7 'years of this Your year. dear little friend, Tallahassee,-Alto Adams cIrcuit Monday noon they will Dot ret

Rut Christmas Remains The Same today every heart can feel the solace of And age. want 1 have you been to bring good me this a year dol, Madge Bloss Brooker, Fla. court Judge of Governor Fort Pierce, tomary two January week'M hold,
appointed by Fred
Tn this day of rapid changes and warring the sweetest story ever told and they take a pair of socks, some nuts, candy Dear Santa: was observed thIs year.FOR .
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nations it does the heart good to know on new hope. i and "some( Your fruit. friend. I would like to get a doll with --

that one custom has never changed$ since it To the citizens of Starke and vicinity,I ,-razel Kersey, Starke Fla red put hair my for doll Xmas.In, and and a a wagon.I cradleto CLASSIFIEDApsFOR

was originated almost 2,000 years ago-the we extend the greetings of the season. We am trying very hard to be a

.t custom of celebrating the birth of the Prince wish you A Merry Christmas. For each of Dear Santa Claus: good girl so if you will bring me i SALE-Seed' Peanuts, Flor-'
I am a little boy 9 years old. ida Runner, bright and sound
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'fl Peace. you we hope that the star in the east shinesas I would like for you to come to'' these what things you I can sure bring will me appreciate but machine cleaned, $1.00 per bu..

Again we are approaching the anniversary brightly and with a message as comfort- see me and bring me 'a pump gun these are the things I would liketo until Jan. Jst., better get them SAL

it did that Christmas a knife, a pair of socks fruit, have best of all.Love. now, R. F. Demoreat, Starke,
of that memorable event, the night ing as on eve more 50
and candy. this is all I will ask Fla. ltp TEXTS
i.' when a new and brighter star gleamed in than 1900 years ago. We want to hope for this time .
: Carolyn Edwards Starke, Fla.DearSanta 16x16
tfHJ) eastern skies, and men in far places that the year fast drawing to a close has _, Your: ,friend, ,, FOR SALE -reasonable Three-chair barberahop
Leon ,Kersey, Starke, Fla.'' Claus .! very for cash. coon: eo
paused to point it out and marvel at its bril found you stronger in your faith 'and loye I I am a little :girl of 9' years Two 20-foot mirrors.:-T. E. DIT

liance. It has Leen almost two thousand for your fellowmen and that the blessingsthat Dear Santa Claus 'old, Will you please bring me Moore 1215 7th St., S. W., $20 Each

years since shepherds tending their flocks come from a life honestly and sincerely I'm ,a, little boy five years old, a' stove, sink and a refrigerator.Olean Winter Haven, Fla. '12-20 2tp

in the still hours of the night stretched lived have been your's in abundance. Justas 'rye been" good little boy, but to I Atkinson. Brooker, Fla. FOR SALE-1940 half-ton panel 100 LsedHedsandi
have the flu and I want you
forth their hands as a greeting to the newest men have lived by the star in years gone be sure to come see' me.I delivery truck, under B.OOO Complete $1.
Timber Prices miles. Can be sen at 209 Call
l heavenly diadem. and read within it the by. men trust if they would truly enjoy would like come riding pants St., Army Supply Store.Itp

greatest, sweetest message that has ever living, b*!' iciiided by it in all the years to books.and boots If, and you a have drum a and toy some rifle To Remain High TWO CHOICE LOTS for dale Located on Jacks

- come to gladden and comfort the. human come. And we broaden our hope that by that looks like a real gun please National defense and federal reasonable. Within four blocks Highway 5 RIo

i, heart. In its brilliant rays they read thatThis it you have lived and shall continue to bring It too. housing programs, together with of courthouse.-R. H. English,

i Day There Has Been Born To The do ( Love, Increased industrial building, have P. O. Box 152, 213 N.. Broad- Northof
Edward Priest, Sta'rke, Fla. rapidly reduced accumulated way Street. ltp Starke
World A Savior." so.May Joy and Happiness and Peace be P. S.-I live on E. Call Street stocks of lumber, and the price : City Li

Almost "2,000 years, and yet we, find the portion of every one of you as you pass where I lived last year. Please of lumber has Increased approximately GOOD USED FURNITURE
bring my baby brother something 20 : ercent In ,recent sale cheap for cash. Chairs,
ourselves as firm in our belief that that this Christmas milestone and push on down beds and dressers office FOR RENT--To
too. He's only five weeks old. months, says 4* T. Nieland, farm : desk Amy
message is true, and as steadfast are we in the road of Life to a glorious sunset. 'D'" forester with the State Agricultural and chair; wood heater, and furnished._- house et cj
Dear Santa Claus:' Extension :Service; In discussing other things.-J. C. Manning alas aiso Bungalow I

t I am just a little boy and I the forestry outlook for Manning House, Starke, Fla. Phone 133.FURNISHED.

City Augments Building Permits Christmas Seal have: been, very very good. BO I Itp COTTA

Police Force am going f.t((>. ask you a few 1941.The demand for Lake
U Still Active Fund GrowsMrs. particularly FOR SALE New and used Santa Fe 5 mil<{
things this., ,xeal'.Jecause' ; my dad lower grades of lumber suitablefor Waldo. Electric
trailer bargains. E & S Trailer HI
The City Council announced Building permits amounting to' M. W. Morrow, chairman and mother tell .me you have not constructing temporary military : Sales located at Palm Trailer nlng water, Inquire I

Tuesday .nigh at Its regular, approximately $1,375. have been of Christmas Seal sales In Bradford got very much money to spend ) structures, should give the Park, Orlando Fla. Alma and Jewelry Co CalnesMi|
scheduled meeting that C. E.i Issued In the pant six days at this time and there are so jnan; Florida farmer an unusual opportunity -
Brown had been employed as a the office of City Clerk Carl I County, announces that a children looking for you. I wanta to sell a large part of his National Trailers. tf

member' of the Starke Police John total of $92.12 hall been realized truck,,,jtr) In, and a new suit Inferior timber at a good price TYPEWRITERS-New Remington FOR RENCLEAN

.1-. I' In a check there this week. It up to date. The quota for this and of. course candy. 'fruit and 'during 1941 Mr. Nieland adds. portables, ?5 down, $5: a
The appointment became effec was Indicated that between Dec. county la $300. Mrs. Morrow Is nuts. Please leave every good He sugeats that selective and month Prices start at $29.75. BED,

U.. Wednesday night. Mr, 2 and Dec. 7, several permits very enthusiastic over the good little boy, and girl somethingHere's conservative cutting be followed Bradford County Telegraph 50c PER NIGH

Brown, formerly an officer I IGainesville. In were Issued mostly for remodel. showing made thus far, and hopes hoping you have more at all times. Starke, Fla. tf: OR $2.50 PER W

Alachua Orlando, St. Ing and repairs. While none of to reach the quota before the money _nexJ; Christmas.. He foresees continued curtailment -.. ---.--
end of the drive. ...ove anq DeBt wisnes lor a of of 1A TOTS;;
fBterburg and other FlorIda them were for an enormous exports naval storesas
Uleat will work with the regular amount. It was indicative that It was also announced that Merry Xmas a: result of the European War, FOR SALE : Tub Baths All C
:local police force. Ha was sworn building and repair activities con- Mrs. R. F. Demorest's room at Karl ,Stokes. Brooker, Fla. and looks for little improvementin fences

In at Tuesday nights meeting. tinue at a pace abreast of the B. H. S. was awarded a $5 cer- -11'' prices. The demand for poles Four-wheel trailer 7x18 ft.
Dear
Thai Council discussed erecting upward trend of Starke. tificate for selling,the most seals. Santa, Claus: and, piling of good quality and Used show cases 4, 6, and Located on Jackso

colored holiday lights in the buslMM The largest This room was "100 percent" In We have' been good little boys length, as well aa for veneer timber 8ft. Highway 5 1 Bloc

I district. Nothing 'deflnUelMa for $700 and 'was single Issued permit to B.was F. Contributing! to the sale. and bring!girls U| ,a,al'\\teel$ we rocker want each you, to a probably will continue good. Priced Right For Quick Northof

agreed on In regards to this Hall contractor who indicatedon Pulpwood demand seems destinedto Sale Starke City til
doll, a ballvlnew sweaters, socks *
;..us.:., the Lowry To Head continue good also. and Mr.
application that the extent and lots of can4les and nuts.With' GLASS OF ALL
Nieland KINDS
Mayor N. D. Walnwrlght, Jr. believes that prices paid
of repairs was for a metal Training SchoolBrig. I love, Santa, WANTED-Cashier wilt|
Announced that fireworks will be shingle roof for a residence. Chester, James and Wanda Dees to farmers for most forest products And Automobile glass installed perlence. Local girl ]
In of residents otIJd& except naval stores will
permitted
tityfur4ng yards Christmas holldays. Other permits, the approximate Gen. Sumter L Lowry,I Brooker, PIe gradually increase for several while you wait. Apply at new bulldlni

but. warned against their i amount to be spent and what the Jacksonville, commanding officer years. Lake front lots on east shoreof Drug Store) opposite

techarge In the business section work will constitute, are listed: of the 06th. Field Artillery Brigade Dear Santa,'Claus: Santa Fe Lake, four miles Chevrolet Co
Emily Denmark. addition of a who moved into( Camp I am In the fourth grade andI from Keystone Heights JOOx
.y bed-room to residence, $175. Mallory Blanding last Saturday, has been am nine years/old./ I want you 300 ft.-SoM on easy terms. WANTED Housekeeping
Thomas addition of a double named to head the officer's train to bring me a watch, a house or furnished apartmen|
Theatre At Camp garage in the rear of his service ing school which is now under organization coat and a ,locket and bed room See manent tennnls. Twn

Htatlon approximate size of 20x20 there. shoes. I think that Is all I want JOE PETER'S GLASS two children over tenj

,la. The Army entertainment has already begun. feet to cost $200. J. F. Hagan, The system will contain 25 for Christmas., 438 N. SHOP 9th. St. O. H. VVinn Postal
provide c e nUTS
remodeling Job for a porch to school units which will engage in Your friend Co.
for thousands at of military menatsUoned coat $200 and Mom Graham remodeling the special training of 1.000 officers Frances.,Barry, Brooker, Fla Phone 806 Gainesville, Fin.

Camp Blandlng foryear's residence, to cost $100. and enlisted men. The latter .411' WANTEDBoard and I I'
a service. A large tent
I will then be designated to assume Dear Santa ,Claus: private family In SI
Cheatr with FOR SALE-New
a seating and used trailer
capacity
Mrs. T. M. JVilliams leadership of troops who I ,am 'latlveecon| l grade andI vicinity, by gentleman
oC
3JGQ bargains. E &
persons was opened last S Trailer Sales
will receive a'year of active military want.you to..bring me a locket, Bradford County Trio
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Smtow Mrs. T. :M. Williams died at training. a dresser set,: a story book. I Of COMfOR1Electdc Park.
af'me Thirty-Flrot Division. TheIIIIDt \\ft Orlando, Fla.
t Alva and National
the home of her daughter Mrs. think that. is,all I want.
la 00x202 feet in size, antis Trailers.
Installed and equipment fur-' L. J. Prevatt. Wednesday mornIng Sermon By Chaplain Your friend, l tf LOST Jersey milch cJ

..bb.I. by the Army Motion Pic- Dec. 11, at 2:20 o'clock, Helen Barry, Brooker, Fla. \ IF YOU HAVE ASTHMA, use white face, one horn J
tor. Service. Program changes after a lingering; illness. Chaplain Augustus Noland of a Mlnton's Remedy which since the other crooked ovj
Born near Welborne the 31st Division United States Dear Santa betas: .a'lag.a 189 has marked and unbrandej
vflt be effective daily and two Fla., In r ...I.r\ given relief to Asthma
1872. she was 68 Army preached here Sunday I am a little girl three years .fl5i51 I.' and Bronchial ward to finder-Tale I
.sains will be given. One at 6 years old at ,A s .iC sufferers. 16-
V: 1C and ,the other at 7 P. M. the time of her death. On June morning at the Methodist church old and I want you to bring mea a.' ...IS111, .... ounce bottle $2.00 postpaid.
27. 1895 she was married to using as his text "Ye are my doll, a toy,watch, a tea set a \\111'" ,uut Order now. Sarco Remedy Company ,
Thomas M. Williams friends, if ye do the things locket.I think that is all I In c
Special who. survives Sidney, Ohio. 12-6 Stp LOST-Eyeglass
Blandlng Tag her. which I comand you." John 15:14.: want. FOR SALE-31-acre farm'with name "Leeds' While

Jt. special1 automobile tag has In addition to her husband, The congregation greatly enjoyedhis Your friend five good buildings pecan near Orange BloMom '
BiMn iMuad' forCamp BlandlngvUeh Mrs. Williams is survived by two talk' and hope he will again Jackey Barry Brooker, Fla. grove, potato crop 4 acres In Madison St. Reward
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favor this church with his prac- \ 0 strawberries. On Road 13 3-4 Duncan, care of Judg
< fUIl! camp personnel must daughters Mrs. L. J. Prevatt of Dear Santa ::::i ,
carry on their-cars In addition toO Starke. and Mrs. A. B. Fowler tical sermons, which are also How : ..- ml. north of courthouse.-Ben man, or P 0 Box 802! j

regular state tag. The color of Hawthorne; two sons, ThomasE. spiced with humor. am are a little you boy.today'fI I am only u ""it Dell, Starke, Fla. 118 4tp Fla.

....m e la appropriately red, Williams and Vandi E. Wlliama .
one old. I was too small NOISELESS
year R EMI '
NOT ON- JeweY'
"' 1.1and blue. both of Starke; four brothers Reporter ReturnsRed STRAYED Nice
last to
Christmas Standard
get any thIns office size
factory rebuilt milker
J. T. Stokes LaCrosse horned heavy
I H. Stokes Worthington N. Kerce. a former employe of but this year, I want you to bring I like new. Remarkable T. J Terry Uwtey.
Springs me a wagon. a big red ball, a value. $50
L. M. Stokes, the Telegraph who has been on cash -Bradford reward.
Stokes Gainesville Wauchula. M. P. the East Coast for the past two bugle, ,and ,8.1, box, of blocks. I (- Telegraph Starke,' Fla. tf receive
; and ten have not ask d for much but 1
or three as *
years correspondent Whlte-f
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grandchildren. FOR SAL POUND
Jersey milk IN
do want this. cow,
for the Orlando dally Is ,
papers
Funeral services were held at back In Starke. At the present Well, so long Santa (I love milking 3 1-2 gal. dally. Has ford male. buttheaL.split : (OW?

the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church time he Is special correspondent you.). third calf heifer one month In one eur.Alvare <
Friday morning December 13. at for the Times-Union and the As Bobble, Roe Green, old.- E. E. Wa dln. Waldo, claim. A L

Spencer 11 o'clock,officiating.with the Rev. H. A. soclated Press at Camp Blandlng' Brooker, Fla. -::::::,_. -.-..... Fla. 12.13 2tp

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In ---a _,_,_-p __1_ .." ---a---
wa
Kingsley Lake Cemetery Dear Santa Claus:

under the direction of Key-Mc-, Correction _I am a little girl, in the second Under

Cabe Funeral Home of Jackson- The Gainesville Gas Co., is announcing grade at school and I have beena The MistletoeEVERY
ville. good girl all and
a pries advance on all year shave
a Pall bearers were A. J. Thomas. range models. effective January 1, done very well In my schoolwork WOMAN WANTS TO LOOK HER LOVLIEST
J. L. Silcox C. N. Cooper. Mallory rather than a general price advance I would like very muchto

Thomas. Lacy Conway, and as waa Inferred In n.advertisement have a rubber doll and a suit- Take Advantage of Our Eugene C/i/ *H

Edwin Conway. In last week's Tele- 2V) \
Dee.
Specials
(Dec. 13 Through
graph. There will be no advance Be Quick To TreatBronchitis

Gift From Capt. BryanThe In the price of gas. AutoIatie
$7.50 Eugene Oil Wave $10.( o
$$1.50
Telegraph Is Indebted tour $5.00 .. Machinelcss I

good friend Capt. S. A. Bryan Picks Eleven Pints r pecla1 {
for a crate of fine Indian River Chronic bronchitis $10.00 EugeneOil Wave;, Christmas: :
may develop if
pineapple orange. and grapefruit I H. in Lewis, one of Bradford i your cousn.chest cold or acute bron $7.50 *" *<.. '1-; One Week (Only .
received here this week. Capt. County's most successful farmers chitis to not treated and you cannot "
Bryan makes a afford to take: a chance with any medi Starting December
trip to the East waa. exhibiting eleven fine MACIIINELESS
cine
I Jess than S
potent Creomulsion
Coast 'every winter to select citrus ,pints of strawberries last Satur which toes right to the seat of the : : SPECIAL Through
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