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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 27, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven


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[ 'Troops -..-Couldn't Wait For Santa Claus Starke Guards Sewage System DescribedAs 1

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Calllanding -ii----: ---i-iC :..;.} 1or; .,.". I.:t,_hi 1:. Roads

OW ,. .' .*;,'/' .., \,..v' ,t:..> Repair Starke's Problem No.Mrs. 1

'Home'lany .'> n.,0,.:. I! .
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Federal Coordinator Meets' With:Officials
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AFt Osteen Dies
Leave On Sickness ; t
> I Little : Of Starke And Other Towns ,
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Christmas FurloughSoon : ,'.' In Spite Or .Bad Funeral MondayMrs. Near To Blanding ;
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After Arrival .1 ; Weather Conditions Amerlcus Oateen. 69, wife

of R. T. Osteen of Brooker died Branding its outgrown sewage system as Starke's No.
j numberoftroops now
With the .,,;if" .... ,. .yA.. W. Anderson Jr. Saturday night at the family 1 problem, Willard Day coordinator from the Washington. .
hov .
:copying Camp Blanding Fifteen J young men from Starke residence following a two' week'. office of the National Defense Advisory Committee'; met f.
ng In the neighborhood of 11M ,- and vicinity, descended from four Illness with local officials here Friday afternoon to discuss various :

Starkeites blinked their eye E U1 Army "covered .wagon" trucks at A lifelong resident of the conditions resulting from the rapid growth of this com

II week and tried to Imagine Camp Blandlnp.'Vfednesday( morn- Brooker section and a- memberof munity.

what the town,will be like Ing of last week ai 1.0:30: o'clock the Freewill Baptist Church Present also were city officials and representative citi-:

tea the total soars to four or a i 1 and, standing Int h soft e swirlingclouds Mrs. Osteen will I I be greatly zens :from Green Cove Springs, Palatka, and Gainesville.
of the
sandy
'j times that many./ I't ground surveyed duiy on for the first missed in the community where For two hours and a half :Mr. Day listened patiently, jotted
i she made her home.
mr the week-end the trim time .in a,body the row of tents down notes as spokesmen from each community. described
Uk! uniforms were ."thick as: \ '; \ that was ,to be their home for Funeral services were held at localized problems r i a i n K'
Btreet corner' In I Ir'f twelve months. the residence Monday afternoonat from the
on every ."... the next nearness of Camp
drug store. In the poatof .. ,\t.f: ,.... : The' 1 local Headquarters Detachment A. =Crosby wo o'clock officiating., with the Interment Rev. C 2 Weeks DelayIn Blanding. Later he will meet
and even In the "five and Ju" > with '
"" ..;.; -...'1 "' of the 124th Infantry's Sec Followed in the family plot In the State Defense' Cont'mittee
half of the
II At least men ond Battalion left Starke about
attempt to enlist the
the i Dedan Cemetery under the direction
however early In week 0:30 o'clock the of the
morning
?? i PostofficeMiller aid of its 'members
in
leavea'to the 1i.IJr. ; of the Wilson Funeral Home, solve
n Christmas upend 18th, and ,the four army' trucks ing these 'various
of Lake
lays at home, although they; .. i' .. were not ''by the'way, exclusively City. problems.
actually- been In camp a ......... i. Pall bearers were: B. F. Hazen Says' New On one point, at i least,
d ". '. .......... '\.,.. foa the jjse" of the 15 soldiers,
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day, .-- L. A. Brown. M. O. Harrell, A. O. every man present at Fri.day's .
few with
I'. they vrerM packed equipment Will
ry s: ',., ',. '''' t Building Be
Slat Dixie Divi they be used at Andreu. T. C. Chastaln, and J. W. meeting in the
The entire ( ) ', : from Armory to 'City
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but there >. "'t.i' ., ........ .. tables,'chairs Plnbol ter.Bealdea. Finished Jan. 15 Hall was agreed That
ill now at Blanding;, t c, .. ... 4" 'fO" Camp each a* typewriter : of all
,n| be no further'' masa troop .'. v'" ,',).:"\\" '. \* JO.I.; 1, I 111? *;J'desk*, guns pistols, her husband Mrs. Starke's peW '4J.821: postofflce towns near Blanding Starke
rivals until the 43rd Division S't" ,V '4' It .. ",' ., olothes," a n"u' the innumerable Osteen is survived by one daugh faces the biggest and moat numerous
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ni in some time after the .\lIt :t.',., : ; ;. '. ei'.5 .k other' Items -'necessary for the t e r. Mrs. :Maude Surrency of will not be ready for oouupancy problems.O. ,
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..l of the year. Trainees called . >>. .' '.i.\'t.\ : .... ,h, \ r.',... t 4. '"'." ', J.,; .. military// training( of a body of I Graham: two sons, H. T. Osteen until the middle of January, two C. R. Stageberg architectand
under the second-quota, how t .; t >I' .." '- ilrl! ... ,... ,, ,t. .. .. ..J'It men. The ,Petftchment Is In the1mmedlt,1. : Plant City and L. R, Osteen weeks later than scheduled according -
-er, will report _InV small groups ..>...... "', !.'..t'.. It month. ....."'. ,,, ,aI, ;... i-kiA.._ .' ard .Q. ,Kiddy; Jr., .who succeeded M. Barefoot, Starke and Mrs. terday by C. J. Miller,, general whose recent trip to Washington

Lt-'T.; T. Long. as company com- Frances Parker. Grand Rapids superintendent of c 6 n s tructlon. together with the efforts of
j When the men return from Bryant S. Carroll, Jr., 6-montns-ola mm of E.r .and Mrs. B. S. Mrs
Irlstmas around Jan- mander December 16.The Mich.; three brothers A. B, Sur Delay In receiving materials wa Evelyn Stephens,
furlough secretary of the
Carroll isn't quite as bored with this! business of Christmas an rency Brooker. J. A. Surrency given ss the l'fUOItor the hold
Detachment, which Is headquarters
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try < ; Starke
2, the real training program Chaml:1.01""of'Commerce.:
[ Blanding will get under way. the above picture might. IndIVate. He tried to wait up forSanta of the.. Second Battalion Adel Ca., and L F, Surrency, up., -"-., : 'I ,
was largely
> until now the men have been but Just couldn't' .make the grade. Ho hum. Doesn'tIt 'of the 124th'Infantry 'Is. almost Zellwood. Work on the beautiful buff ; responsible for Mr.Day's .
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y' getting settled In their new maki I exactly in the center of Camp Out-of-town relatives attendingthe brick structure was started the being sent here,' describedthe
you want to ? (Photo by J. C. Hoover). -
ters, which will be "home"the yawn : Standing's\ "A-3" sector, which Is funeral were Mrs. Nellie 0- last week In June and construe acute' housing shortage la

r next 12 months. :also the home of the entire Sec steen and daughter Louise of ion would have normally required Starke as a result of the
ond Battalion composed of Com Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. H. T. O- about six months. The exteriorof at activity.
thhnughtii @n( ) !! Blanding.In .
Eljruitmtm Sag panies from ?Live Oak, Jacksonville steen and family of Plant City; the building Is already com

Idler Killed and Lake City. Mrs Karma Daukszla. St. Peters plete, the grounds have been discussing' the possibility of

The men: live in tents with burg;' Mrs; 'Verlle Carr, Dade cleared and Italian rye grass Is obtaining a ''governsuent-financ.d'

By Russell T Kay I wood floors.and eider The wood City; L. R. Osteen, Zephyrhllls; already up.. The delayed mater- housing program for. thin recd_.._...
Mr
Mr. and Mrs. W. p. Douglas tale were for use In the Interior Sta..elierc l said that he
aides 'come about three feet WM
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Way HomeTragic Christmas 1940 finds the world or at least the socalled"civilized" told in. Washington that the .
from the floor and, above this Tallahassee Mrs Emma Brown finishing/ work only ,
world, exerting'its every resource' in the .promotion Is a two foot, space running en- and Mr. Lipftcomb. of Lake City; way would tOl" th" to'U' .<*niDll.hed t

Accident of, covered Iftltadlu
and Mrs. Pauline of 1J1aDd-
Providence .
afraid looks ask nce'to the future"and ,
ponders paradox
On Road' Costs I
$ Ing.designated "as TVallonsI\
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the roof has -flapX that cover the Barnes. The Rotary Club x>f $tarke dispensed Ve-
that him ;
brings' over-4the same ether waves vibrant tense Area."If'thlels
Life (
Of Trainee with its rear Wednesday done then
screen In Inclement and cold
voices of little children singing "Peace Earth Good Will this sectlbri/
on weather. The tents- 'ar. comfort.' Addition To luncheon this week becauseIt will be eligible for
A Toward"Men". and the of commentators that House part of a
| prospective Christmas leave tragic reports ably heated by "Slbley stoves, fell on Christmas Day. Loyalas larare''approprl..Uon that
to a tragic end last, Satur- tell of the horrors of modern war. I which burn coal. Each tent Is An addition to 'the J. C. Hoover all Rotarians are, It was correctly has been made 'for government

afternoon when Arthur Jfrthworthy As the hour comes celebrate the birth of the "Princeof supplied with an electricity out house on Church Street la now assumed that most of them .housing projects

Jr., 23 year olde 'Peace," we find millions, of human souls bogged in the: let and the men' not only enjoy under way. The work Is being ,' would prefer to have Christmas. Mr. Stageberg also stressed the
I good lights, but may use radios done by C. J. Powell. i Inner at home. need tor'city zoning in Starke
mire
City youth and Camp Blan- of grief and unhappiness while the "Four Horesemen"again' and stated
that this
electric shavers, etc., as well. 1--- should be'done
the land.
trainee was killed In an gallop across The Starke company spent the before the rapid growth of
loblle accident Just west of Here in America a kindly Providence has granted us first day cleaning out and tight Florida Stages Show Of "Unusual" WeatherFor the town gets out of hand and

e. He and three companionson respite from the terrors of actual war, but our "peace" al- ening down their tents, drawing Arrivals At Camp BlandingIn existing property Is damaged by.

> their. home for the ready is disturbed by the tread of marching feet, the droneof their'beds, mattresses, two sheets, undesirable conMtru..tlnn i .tr.tv .Vft/* ,
way military planes and the rattle of the sabre, while enemies 'feather pillow, pillow case and spite of the "unusual tress and covers consist of sheets fered to submit 'a copy of the
tines
holidays. within our gates practice sabotage and plot our destruction. heavy "comforter." However lit weather':' that made their first and pillow cases and a cotton, Gainesville plan, which has been
messes state that the driver tle progress could b e made !glmpse of Florida rather gloomy comforter which gives full protection In successful operation for a num.
We well the state of the world and the
|u automobile In front of the may ponder' against the powdery duel t. which for thousands of out-of-state from cold weather.All ber of years as a. model for
In which the soldiers were state of the nation and seek within our own hearts the permeated everything, and was troops arriving at Camp Blanding of the tents have electric Starke to go by.

t started to make a left- answer to the problem that confronts us. As citizens of particularly uncomfortable In the over the week-end the soldier ol lights and are equipped with a Mayor N. D, Wainwright Jr..

turn without'i giving the both, regardless of the station life has allotted us,' we carrya shoes. 1940 leads a "life of luxury" when stove that uses wood or coal.. A and W. M. Edwards; chairman of

P" signal causing the twoto degree of personal responsibility.As Lunch the-first'day was brought compared with his predecessor of short distance away Is located 'alarge the City Council discussed vari

collide. The oaeoontaln' we map the course of our daily, lives by thoughts, from Starke and the first real 20 years ago. bathhouse that provide. Otis other problems facing the
I the soldiers turned over in meal at camp. was supper The There Is no use denying it. It men with a place to take showersIn town chief of which was the
actions and contacts Influence thejjives of others. Its
I ditch and remained resting we Detachment, due to Its small size rained-and rained plenty hard. cold or hot water. And when overcrowded condition of the
|'III top.. All of the youths I within the power of the'most humble! }to exert influences eats with Company "H.* But think of the fun the soldiers the Army says hot water this jail. With accommodations city for

lW with minor injuries with I for good or evil that travels; as the etHer waves to spreada The next day the desert of sand had making wisecracks about time it means It. The bath-house only four prisoners, the jail.

exception o f Northworthy gospel of hope or despair. We may guide, encourage in- was quickly transformed by heavy "sunny Florida" and kidding the floors are concrete. (nothing more than a section of

** head was crushed and who spire and help as we reflect the qualities of love, hope, faith rains into an ocean of mud which I natives about the "very unusual" The modern Army kitchen the City Ham.. _i._. often c a.n-.......

before! doctors could reach and tolerance; or we may set in motion destructive forces made life harder and existencemore I weather. It gave them somethingto might rightfully be called one upon to'house 18 or 20 prisoners

| Gene of the accident. through; the reflection of hate, greed, selfishness and in- uncomfortable than any I talk about, and something to that would be the'dream of the over the week-end. Mayor Waln-
1 civilian life the young man tolerance. amount of sand could do. It be- 'write home about. wrlght stated. "Conditions are
| 111 employe of a'' power com- came almost impossible to keep Tents In which officers and average housewife Refrigerators, terrible" he said.
y and was a member of Com- Had the lives of Hitler and Mussolini been broughtfrom tent floors clean From Thursday men alike live have wooden plenty of cola and hot Since the '"
H, 124th Infantry. He had childhood under influences for good rather than evil until Monday the men p.mtmoat floors; they are boarded up half water, with more sink runnla.1, over-taxed county jail Is also i,

1 U Camp Blanding only:.a each today might be exerting the same forcefulness and of their time on the "road way three fitte high' to be exact Is needed and Urge roomy-ovened' the 'possibility of aa.

< days before obtaining leaved energy in the promotion of peaceful pursuits to the gloryof gang," working on the company's and the remainder of the way ranges, are only a part, of the addition/ to this building was: discussed .

< the holidays with his God and the everlasting benefit of mankind. dirt street; digging out roots there Is a canvass siding that equipment In the kitchens of all with an arrangement
Bt dirt into the low can be rolled In the time tile halls the
In Lake City.. hauling places up day mess on reservation. whereby the city would be allowed
shores of Galilee to
the
Had these men walked on cutting away .&be'high spots and and lowered at night. The tents. The large mess halls are well
., hoar.the -words of the Master, their qualities for leadership smoothing the whole with Im arc equipped with cots, fully outfitted : ventilated wooden structures and to'uae a de.ll'ftatecaee.!

S i Sales might have been directed ''into channels as influential as provided rakes. with springs and a mat jlenty of elbow room I. provided. lion for Its prisoners.

those of the Apostles. 1
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We should not lose sight of the fact that potential Recent./Hr/A ,Reported Sheriff *

ow GrowthOctober Hitlers and Mussolinis walk the streets of ,America today: I Mr.. and Mrs .J. D. Ricks General Person's Christmas MessageAs Stages

the newsboy on the' corner the plumber's helper, the car]I Starke girl, 'November 15: i ,
responsibility and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Q. Tomlln- part of the Christmas observance at Camp
penter, the grocery clerk. They are your Bolita Raid
Figures Blanding each In the Division
receivedthe
mine are' equally theirs. son. New River boy, November man Thirty-First
just as we
UP 60 Percent following message from Major' General John C.
Above I I They may be black or white. Gentile or Jew, but re- 27.Mr.. and Mrs: Collie Griff, Persons: 'Bushel Basket'

September gardless of race or creed they like you, are human; they, Lawtey. boy, November 30.

line sales, always a rell- : like you, are citizens of the world and the nation. Mr. and Mrs. Albert II. Williams "TO: The Officers and Enlisted Men of the 31st Of Money & Tickets

Index to the growth and Abuse them, belittle them, curse them and you set up ( Starke, twin. girls, December Division, Army of the United States. Taken Last WeekA
"Aa we enter into and face' this Christmas Season

that the agitator can easily 3.Mr
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rlty of in their heart a resentment
a community ,tell of injustice and and Mrs. Wilmot Brown, away. from-our families homes and businesses, "bushel basket' 'of moneyand
d, of bale By the practice "
flame bouts
but undeniable figures whip'Into a Theresa, girl December 11. I am not unmindful of the sacrifices and privationsof tickets were harvested
with word or a sneer or a brutal act, last week by Sheriff A. O.
intolerance a Andreu
story of the 'local boom. ] you can Mr. and Mre.v W.C. McCord. the men of my command to prepare themselves so

ng the month'of Septema poison. their minds and their souls. ._ New River boy. December 12.anl1 that in the future this Yuletide season might be and Deputy, Kelvin McKlnaey In
raids on *h* Jook joint
handith cheery smile, a kind act, a Mr. Mrsir.LeRoy Starling : operatedby
total other a
of On the
137.53 gallons enjoyed and celebrated at their firesides in the Joe
own Williams (colored) laRCBO.
bid, :command their Starke, boyDecember; 14. .
while In helping hand, you can ,
October ,sales friendly gesture or regular .American .. .
to and'I Mr. and Mrs. Leroy TotnJIneon way '
234 and
60 97 gallons--a'. pin respect and their love, inspire their faith of the nation loyalty and, the I Starke,. boy December 16. "Though the rest of the world may be dark with Three.'white men and :a negro m

Percent. in'so doing strengthen .the' citizenship Mr. a r4 cI bXra. K. J. Wood. avarice and greed Christmas in' America is made woman were arrested'tn additionto

lit C the aam ;period the! ,world... Kinrsley Lake boyDecember 21. bright by the old expression "To, all the world Williams*, bur all were at nb- +

1833 kerosene *ta>o.t.dabledjkite. "Peace and Happiness" is the goal pf all mankind.. even Mr. ana Mrs. J. W. Kelly.. peace-and lo all men good will." arty tnls week under. bonds' of y
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.. gallons old during those who carry arms.today and pursue the path of des- Starke. girl December 18. ."I trust that the-whole hearted enthusiasm and .varying 1 amounts' :
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and 34, 75. gallons ,In truction. They are but the victims of the Inhumanity of ..' and Mrs. Aaron Sumner. cooperative spirit displayed by the members of my ''ThoM taken Into custody were:
forces of evil set In Starke, boy December 21. Joe Quattlebaum. Marietta ''JTa.
down through the ages; command'augurs well for the success of our mutual
man to man Mr. and )[n. II. ''T.. Bennett,
inconsiderate, the unjust : ($3 0 bond.C) L. Stubba. Jacksoavllle -
Strawberries motion by. the thoughtless, the : Lawuy, boy .December.; 21. 'undertaking. ($300 bond): J. R. Arflin. -,
and the intolerant. "I extend to each and every one of you' a merry Jacksonville (1200 bond); Joe

Willa M.Ude .Loper of Let us, this Yuletide look deep Into our own hearts Military Payday Christmas and to your families a season of good Williams. Starke ($300 bond):

1'herfll8Q. has been picking, and ask ourselves to what extent we have profited by the The first payday for the military cheer." Juanlta. Graham Starke (n:50:

ber ItIIghty fM, 8trawberries Glorious (Gift that Divine Providence heft the world'at personnel at Camp Blandlng Cordially, bond). _

"kk PatCh. during the past Bethlehem. Let us resolvWDo; unto others as we would Is scheduled for January 2. JOHN c.: PERSONS Sheriff Andreu states that tie

11 Last Frld.y she have them do unto us" and "Love our neighbor as our- Around 700 officers and 8.500 culprits ,jwere sitting e>t. a, table
plnu General
of extra large will be the "recelvtnl' Major Commanding. : out"
enlisted men on )IaaslngIt when be en
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..:ket., them'capplnc. a selves.And may Christmas bring you Joy and Happiness. ,end." tered the room.


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Bradford County Tftlegraph, a "erelofore

II Yes ... This trim clapboard house is complete County n wN|>aper, Florida.WITNKSS pubIUb. In Bradford Court In that of Brlldrord. Vld.r"d- ''It t11e
I Went To&Starke ;;:. my hand .nd official wherein J;'.rlah. ," hone.,'
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In Bradford "r
deal at Htnrke County, Plalntlft 1''on.
-- -... bind and I II. l'n''norchrtsllan
$14 this of
FHA only Florida, day November husband lion
i The following: amusing article, to collar a shovel and go to C mp monthly payments, under A. D. 1940.OFFICIAL name "Iw Kal\'n.kl lealfn,
HEAL) A. 3.
Thomas
( known,
telling of the trials and tribulations Blanding, Fla., and dig for the .... Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford for sale arc .I"f.ndolnl. ,, I
of gold at the end .... .. _-" n end vnp thr NIII l''
proverbial pot "" :: """ ,. : t'f! -" best blddrt y
of getting on the payrollat : .. "
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In 1.ldd.
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of the rainbow. .' ,h', r ,
!, The State of Florid to Helen *
Camp Blandlng, was written ;- ;' >f.: < M Bradford V : ""u'h hl1h"i
Reynolds of Lincoln City, Del.war. ( "?."" '

"The down uneventful '
trip was ,' IoIlarke, "
Cracker" and
by a "Gawgla appeared --0'\. You are hereby notified that ,Florida "n'
In a recent ISHUC of the except for a few dreams on my Floyd J. Reynolds lOa plaintiff hasfiled twedayle, Ja" ,, ) lI"n {
Nashville (Ca.) Herald. It will part of coming home with green- T his bill of complaint for divorce 1:00 o.C'I..k. h"1'I' lA O:1.: .
Helen U.
be highly appreciated by anyone backs plastered all over me and r l' T noldi an against defendant you In the Circuit Rey- described terms of .ltl,i' .,..,M I.?...to Ih,...iI.,
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who' has come In contact In any two dollar bills oozing from every 4 b Court of Bradford County Florida, log in Bredfuld( \ IYlnc.bUl/, I
In Chancery, cane No. 1006 and to.wit "
way whatsoever with the Camp pocket. Thin la to command you to appear : .UlIly. f ,
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In paid cause and court on egnning'
Blanding "madhouse. "Upon arrival at the camp a Monday nr \
January Sth 1941 otherwise the "f I Ihv". \orlh"a
"Last Sunday, whileenjoying moldy crowd of glgantls propor- allegation of bill of complaintwill (NW'I ) u 'h,.S.'lh.1
[leas be taken aa conf.n...d NJoH,1 t, Nott'a.1
of coffee. 1 was persuaded tions that wait more or nondescript by you. for '
a ,cup I uth
The Bradford County Telegraph In etanlug" palm 51
r i met our eyes. Between hereby designated aa the newspaper 211I feet 'Ihen., ,. Ih.hr.
three and four thousand people In which this order 'shall be pub thence i itat 264 r.e, Vjlhenl:
to .
llxhed for four consecutive palm nl,
weeks "
were on the employment yard of In" h'glnaln
Tw. .
prior to Ha Id return day Witness ''
about two acres facing several my hand and official peal at AlMU uninin,. !.' ''tf' ,''"** ,
Starke, Bradford County Florida Corner of TH,' '*' R?,
buildings. As we were a little of =North
the Hah
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this. December 3, 1910. N.rlh ;
late, having come with a line of ((OFFICIAL SEAL) A.r. 'Thomas of th. KitfihiLS, Quarto' ,
thousand Joe bustledme k Afir4 Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Section Thlrti U..rt.t
neveral cars, ? .r'n
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County Florida, twio' ((6. 1'I".lth' /
out with the parting words, 1 night ft KnightStarke (22 .;,"" Rain, 1
"Get in.thar and line up will flee ; ..FloridaAttorneys I 36 yards. n ',. "Iraq"* r nthence

you at five o'clock." He was gone I I for Plaintiff. 12-6 411S-2T : East 70 .Smith y>.";d. .''r., caret.0.<
whohad I "">*, PollIl' ofacre
with the wind leaving me, "tILl". '''If oh'.hil
never been far from, homeIn IV THH riHCriT COttlT OP THR! lung lit mri.Wem the,.1 I I.., Ale
loiuiiui ji DICIAI
that stupendous influx of hu- MT.tTM OK fl.Ollllt rniniT\, oe''t'Hn |\ H""lInn. 'I'h, I"lh''I\ I I 'ur (11.11.(',.
manity. AMt roil IIHADKOHII CotY'rl': 798lhem.e rC'\1 1,1, alarlln
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"But I backed my 'years' and 8. TlHon, unmarried, said caret l QUIII'I"522, .f,...., I WO'I'"I.
Plaintiff '
."" went In. Plucking a mediocre This clapboard house pre- 8R -V8Firn'l .ur* of Mortgage net to urn, henet.ft S.oth bon
sents an attractive appearanceand ,.. llellen Kaxynnkl and husband __ lh..n'R JoI\Ht: )2: feet
gent, who did not look belligerent, tine line to" on r
.I KazyiiHkl, whore chrh.tlanam. pain: or
e-l 5ll by the arm I humbly Inquires constitutes a compact family In I.. plaintiff unknown all In !ae,; 11'n Thlrty.to"b.
' -- M what do do first. 'Search me,' unit In spite of its low Defendants. Twenty Township ,vix 6; \\o"Ulh, ,
41tfi C-HR\S\J" you DR K XOTK-H OF "$' l>K( ,Al, ]MASTKII'MMAI.M tw :!J)1 Ea.tH
.Y \ he sez, 'I just got here.' After a coat it is complete even to earn SlxtNeli I 18 1 Ie stun or

ll spell I finally was by instinct Informed garage and dining room. that NOTICE the undersigned I S HEREBY, OIVEN I'; K Perr
Special Maa-
to get In a line of several t..r. by virtue at a Klnal Decree, 12-8 It l2- Spo"'al'
This was financed :
0 property
hundred and get a social security
card.. So lining up I waited and with a mortgage of $2,500: insured AIIA.a -
q, For a Happy Holiday the Federal'Housing
R' crept up till 12:30: and when my by

Seaion to the friends turn came was Informed that the Administration. Monthly pay POACH
office would be closed for one ments on a mortgage of this
and customers of this hour for dinner So there I stood amount insured under Title II. MEATCURING

thinking of the fellow on the slow exclusive of taxes and hazard: BR \ i
firm and a hearty train through Arkansas who insurance, total approximately L R. ,
chased the train four miles and
thank for pat. $U.,
you your
as he stepped on the back coachIt 01
the I stopped four hours to take on
during
ronage past. wood. t!.. 5' ''II 15'I

Richard & Hamiter "However, at five o'clock I got PLAN ,
the card and flagged Joe who directed -
Motor me to a farm house whereI from camp, where I counted overa intone the death knell as a sequel terlan Manse, Thursday morning,
Company obtained lodging. Was up next thousand cars pass In fifteen to my fondest dreams. December 20, at 10:30: A. M. No increase in Prici
morning at 8:30 seven miles minutes. "Some time t(after noon a fellow Troop tents are provided for <

"At the camp some goof told plucked me by the coattail the hike, and each Scout will
------ ----
me to get In line and get a registration and whispered in me 'year,' Out i bring his roll of blankets and
card which consumed four yander about seven miles they sleeping pad: cooking kit, consist-

hours more then a auggester said want a blue print reader, get in ing of spoon, knife, Scout knife, We In
get in another line and get a blue that truck and nail It. Do you and flashlight Specialize Sugar
fipRBFTYI paper and write the answers to know how to read 'em?' 'Shore,' Each Scout will also bring $1.50to

about 70 question which I did sea I, 'used to work in a blue cover food expenses (five

handed same in and was politely print factory.' meals), and transportation.The .

Informed 'no help needed today.' The result of this mission was camp will break up on
r1. Cured MeatsGainesville
"I spent most of the balance of to find that the man wanting the Saturday morning after breakfast -

Do Your Trading the evening shaking hands with blue t print untangler had just left .
Nashvllllans who constituted the for the north pole and would not

where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are greater part of the crowd, there be back until Saturday. But It All legal blanks, promissorynotes

with $40 in trade being over ,a half century of was well worth the trip as I retain title notes carried
away every them there, and at the same time really got an eyeful of our Uncl 's In stock by the Bradford County

t or f.rtln.al.V' --hll" trying to get on from anything plan of preparation" for war in Telegraph. Ice el
the cart time of peace.
from shining scavenger!
In Cb It SMITH'S GARAGESTARKE iv: 'IRCI'IT TOVKT.Jiimi4i Jl'IGIiTIl .
You Choose driver's boots to being president, "No one can accurately describe riiictrr. HR FOIIU .
FLORIDA but always the words, 'nothing the mammoth scale upon COfftTY. J4TATK OF fl.OHIUA.
today. maybe tomorrow,' would which this camp! Is designed. I I DONALD W.IV CIt POOL\>CKHY Cold Storage Co

would estimate that It covered Complainant.

between 10 and 15 miles square, MARY-ys-ZENA POOL, J. L. GEORGE
with some 18.000 men at work. Defendant. Mgr.
Hundreds of buildings are 'going ORDBK U .' PUBLICATION
TILE HTATB OF FLORIDATO
up. In one place I estimated four I : Mary Zena Pool, Walterbor, Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove !
relies of 24 Inch sewer. The, South Carolina.It .
1 WPA is giving away lots to alleviate -! Is on hereby January ordered nth that 1941 you, to appear a-
V ri kj.ty{ r human suffering, always Bill of Complaint filed against you I GAINESVILLE, FLORIDAOVER

A h P, consistent with projects of this It In U the further above ordered entitled that cause thiN,order and I I!

nature. Some deaths and accidents he puhLlBhed. once each week for
four (4) consecutive weeks In
prevail but not out of the the-

ordinary when the density of the

population Is considered."No /o iik'Y: li'1'ZeCt.r'I '.

doubt there Is much suffering .
.. .N .. .. 'W'
/ on the part of some as <

{ hundreds were reported sleepingon
/JftllJ lle/4lj AqWIidai the ground with little or no
cover. Lodging accommodationswere

scarce, and ,widely scattered.

/Ie Another hundreds item of 6f draglines interest, was engines the, I A I Ie MILLCHEMETS

4 cranes, clamshell dippers trucks
and other dirt removing Imple-

ments. All these things I re-
_
flected over going back to camp e
4N 1 and my hand which had never

r been an Inch away from the last
_ one dollar William, felt of the
green back again to be sure andI iik
Given our choice of good wishes for our opined thusly. ,

"Now every one knows that I IN"t
we'd like the Christmas
friends, to see Spirit went to Starke for patriotic rea-

r sons pure and simple. Superfluous
manifest every day of the year. It is that time wages offer no lure, but

when the whole world is kin, when petty dif. on the other hand man cannot
live by patriotism yam taters
ferences are forgotten and friendships are forming the Palisade. So I will
arise .and go to Owen and Con-
bound together in a closer relationship, when stable Gay and say, 'Brethren,

:, I have sinned against thee and
worries are left behind and the future looks Nashville
by leaving you and am
';more cheerful than ever before. I w s no more worthy to he called thy k
son. Make me'as one of thy
: t. 1,'
hired servants.' Then reasoned I

"I I ... This institution plans to maintain this policy.. : further if they refuse I can enJoy .

throughout the coming year; it is our pledge '. than starving here." to death better there 1


,', to show you we appreciate every courtesy and Grapefruit Tree *libC1& -:

r ,+( favor that has been. ours. So we say again t. Bears HeavilyFive .

; ... -- --

I fine grapefruit all In one

cluster, were brought to the Telegraph

the other day by W R.
Halslop, who says that he has
definite proof that this section of '

Florida can grow citrus fruit '{\\t. t dtg'

iHCttt (,1- (7ety Lry successfully Mr. Halslop; has gathered O't l'Nol and now people in Statej after State all across NIT!
>>
around 400 large grapefruit from th country are buying new Chevrolet* fo

the one tree this season. It la 12 Nat
In
f"ttv u 1/er years old, and was planted froma

seed. .' greater enthusiasm b caue they are fully
Another present received by ;, CWTORODE
convinced that with the product*
the Telegraph last week was a it- e new

fine pint of early' strawberriesfrom Chevrolet has widened still further it*
Mrs. Mary Adams of
Lake.Scouts, Hampton value leadership in the industry!



i S. R. JOHNS & SON Plan Trip f'/

ii i To Cedar KeysAll I/ ,

Starke Florida
members of Boy Scout
>t Troop 70. who are eligible for
the Christmas bollday trip to CHEVROLETSTARKE

Cedar Keys (providing weather
t permits), meet at the Presby

i 01 FLORIDAP.GE



DfCJolI; : ER 87. 1MO BRADFORD COUNTY TELKQRAPII. STAJKKK, FLORIDA PAGE TImER



Sweethearts I IlteJp Friends" Asked I gray uniforms for ordinary pris- described. land being In the north,, County, Florida, In. hereby deal,.?*
eats, Meeting a Friend in Need suits will be half section 36, Township 6 South' ,,, natad all the newspaper. In which
Soldier s i Satisfied oners. Striped worn tango 21 Kant, and containing I thin. order shall' b* published once
Keep I by unruly men.Commissioner. 80.16 acre, more or lenii.. Also,..1 each week for four roimecutiv
I all the water rights reserved by weeka.Wltnex.
soldiers IntolaiHUng mesa. He will chew gum on the 1 t of Agriculture Ilellbronn Mineral' Water COIn- my hand and neal. a* y

tllllle now under way march which helps him to refrain Nathan Mayo said the counties f..ny. .by and In .the deed to the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and

H.I from drinking too much water t, S had protested the springs Sanatorium Axoclatlon for Bradford County, Florida this
Chaplain Allan t ) unanimously .. dated AiiKURt II, 1922 3rd day of December A. J), 1140OFFICIAJ .
$J(. on 'parents, and from dipping Into his lunchor white uniforms ordered about a and all other rights reserved. by < SEAL.) A. J. Thomas
calling mild deed of until data In the
(Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford
18 aid ration. He will after little .
and, Mends" to a I year ago.Trusty Ilellbronn SpringSanatorium A.- County, Fla.T .
lJeIrtII! morale of the experience, take chocolate with convicts at the State oclatlon. Ale, commencing at Frank l.an,1ru01.
talDing the a point that shall lie 440 ft. w..tof !!'''''ke. Florida'
peclallY during those him on a hike as It seems to farm will continue to wear white. the east line and 440 ft. northof HAZARD A THAMES' ,

) when they are keep a man up better than other the south line of the NKV4 of JackNon\llle, Floi'Ida.

*It food. Provide him with 'v rincnr cottnTt KICMTIIJl the NW u of Section 36 Town- UKimiiU H II AFP.Waxhlnifton
suffer from home-sick- a small Khlp ft South, Itang-e 21 EnHt and ,
DltfAI. ("IIK'lll'l IM' A N" u I D. C.
to pocket flash light. Send him a MOIL HK\IIFOHI C'OVNT1, run thence went to a dividing Solicitors for Plaintiff I2-6St 1-3
line between east half and west
towel now and then. ,. -
weeks In camp are 'LOHII half of the NWl of NWU 0"" of said l lrnlt
- IN \\CKHY.: \OTICH OK
'PI.'f'1'10"
first Section 86. thence south to n
sol- "Sometimes It Is Hard for him
t young I.. A. DAVIS point 150 ft. eolith of the south T\X IIKKHe :
frS iplaln Brown. "It to get to the post office and pennies ; riHlntltf, line of the aid NWH of N\\'H, f.. .H'e Hill %o. 1.:11
for be -"". thence east and parallel with the NOTICfcl IS HKIUCHV 1VKN.! .
wrench. from home postage may few so N.rM l K n.nnONN MINERAL. WATER south line of mild NWU of NW That Lli le Strickland holder of
violent social ties to send him a book of stamps. He COMPANY, a corporation orumil ..il to a point 440 ft. went of the Tax Certificate No. 140, tinned the
IDd normal tent life likes to read so mark the Interesting j and exlKtlnir under the lawn of east. line of the SK'i: of NWU of Tth' day of September A. D. 1930has andhas '
conditions with the state. of Florida said Section\ 16 and thence northto filed name In my office
drill and discipline. items In the home town 1 [ Defendant place of beginning, alt .said made application for a tax deedto
ice paper and with It send him an :OTHK OF BPKCII. MflTRH'HNotice !! described land bring In the NWW l>* Issued thereon. Said certificate ''I
lad over this per- !'I'L.J of said. Section" 86, Township 5'' embraced the following I deHcrlhed -
dde-the occasional magazine or illustrated South Range II Kant, and containing '. property In the County ofliraitford
borne folks may help very weekly I la hereby given that under 2O8t.! acre. more or' ,leH.. stale nf Klorldn. to-wit I i
His mail la the big and In accordance with that certain all all provided by and In Htrlctpurnuuiu'o All NWV of '8WU K of Ity. Kx
y. In "He needs all the ordinary toilet and final decree, of foreclosure of oald decree of eald about 2 A In HW Cor Sea 83
the young man camp. and sale, Entered by the honor. Township 6 S. K. 22 East: con
I for him some greeting articles but do not send talcum able H. i.. Sebrlnit. a.. Judge of court talnlnir 32 Acres more or lees,
send T. rank t ml rum,
.a
jjy the Circuit Court of llradfordCounty
" powder, tooth tooth The of the iiald
token be it very paste, brush Florida In Chancery. In Special Mauler.Knlirht assessment property -
lilt love shaving cream, razor blades and In said Lourt; under the ald certificate lnaued .
of laundry that certain cause A night
problem I wan In th* name i>f Unknown.
The all on the pvmtinawherein l.. A. I>nvl IK. Attorneys for Plaintiff .
difficult so send him soap same day-an I'nlenH said l l certificate nhall baredeemed
and Hellbrunn Mineral
plaintiff
times U-13 4t 1.3
nccorillntr to law the
Item each mail is better.
tdrekchief and a pair ofla He has Water .mpan.t\\ : corporation: isIpefendant. property deHcrlbed' therein b*
and repeat Itd been in the sun and a little re I iindvrnlKtiedSpecial IV TIIK Ilirlir rot..1' KOItTIIK mild to I the highest bidder I w.ltll *
tomorrow I menthols turn or camphorlce will muster. by aald decree. appointed Eltll'1'll: JI 1)11'111.111.. court house door on the first Monday -
has a sweet will offer for sale at
then He c.t ir .Ir'1'1LF: "1"1'.1" > (1r KI.OII.ll In the month' of January, 1941.
Latisfy It with candy and Booth his parched lips. public bidder outcrv for to cash the, at hlirhent' the south andmtMt >\ IX AMI KOIt ISIS \I ...0IUI which IM the 6th day of January,

each "He will enjoy a testament or I t'IlV'rl' IN 4'\CK.HI CH 1941Pitted
gL 18 m small lots front door of the county courthmine \l>. 11(51Fllanbeth thia. 8th day of December,
paper that prayer book and especially one of Itrikdford county In StarkeF'tnridn 1910.Ol"Ft'IAT.EAL.>
in oiled of I.'. Pace, single, Indlvldu
trapped hours
of the khaki bound I v duringthe legal Kxecutrlx: of the Estateof ( .) A.. J. Thorna
*L him In a sticky ones that may w + "Ie! on Monday, January 0, A. ally and an
not reach Charles' .F. Pace, dt'erasesl. fleck of Circuit Court t>f Bradfo'dCounty
be secured from the I>. 1IM1. the following tlfnrrlboilproperty Florida 12-6 4t 12-27
.situated. I Ilindford Plaintiff.VII ,
Bible Society. If he did not take I Jssrk ,Florida. to-wlt n: .
County
M
(leolaulY. Cole, et al,
his watch and you can ., The following described. land and Defendant' i\ Tiii'i niiciir ('

cheap wrist watch send it. A'' L.:..., ...,.....__ "ra ua t'hey water rlRhtu SI-:", of NWi!; of oiu iu OF sKKVir*] 7iY rt'n- roll Kl.Olllllk.lllttllKOIIII l> I HIM'l'0lr\'l Kilt: : ,
'I.IC.iT1UN
tiny, 'good hand shaving! mirror I| and 10 acres off the north Frn..rdv..
SK'4: lludlaifton,
TO: n""K'V.. ('ole It IIvl"lanl..
many will be appreciated.: A pipe-not call it an "Aerial Life Raft. though it's just a. p rathut end of SWV* of HlJVii" all In 8...,. If dead the h..lra. devl......, "rail- I'lHlntlff.
tobacco. I l> most of .... Flying Cadet of the Army Air Corp ar. tlon SB Township 6 South lli.nnSI tern und all partlcH clulnilnw' hv, -VN-. order tf .1..110".
expensive-and Send to- thoroughly: familiar with th twenty-four-foot "tilk umbrella" Haul the aged l I..t 10 IICHHlielntc through or under Oooric W. ( ole, C. A. Flitch, et "I.|
bacco in tins. Two or three small more fully 'I..rlh..ot n.. f..l- deceimedT. .: DefenditntM.IN .
hod [Wishes wash sort I before tiey! leave the ground in a plane, and while In the air each IIIWK. In-wit; commencing "' the K. Ulllon It living ..nl. If TIM) NAME OF THR HTATUOK
rags-the that can be I carries a parachute of hit own. They may never ut. it in .n tiorthenit corner of the $/ WL: of dead, 1 the heirs devlHeeM granters Fl.OKIDA. UIU-iTl.\tlM: :; :
easily cleaned in a small amountof HK>, of until Section 26 and run and all purlieu claiming liy TOJamen: Klrkllter, 1233 East
I emergency but, a* in tHit cl..., they l learn what to do with it and thence 4 south 600 feet throe In through or under 'I'. 11. Dillon, Iluulnvard. Charlotte, N. t'.
water and dried
I Sirring you hoi mad quickly. Low ta handle it. They will never go up without it. Her' a a northwesterly direction orcourse Recessed Martha Klckllter, 1133 East
I 01 Ih. "Parcel post solves the problemof to a point 180 fl. south of, llmilevaid Charlotte. N. t,.
ik'i! "ccr One T. II, It living nod. If
matter sergeant of the Air Corp pull the rip cord of a parachutein of the call lloyt. You and each of you are herebynitteied .
the northwest corner
I .CIJ'pinl' a! cur expert sending small packages safely. dead, HIM helm, devlneen. KIAIItenii and required to to
monitration Cadets to the "hIn..rJnv..t appear
a to Flying .t the 'V.at Point of the forty, thence north ,
and all rlalmlnit
I etc: In Ul, community Address plainly and fully with corner of the HWI" of pnrtleH Iy.Ihrnll..h the hill of complaint. herein filed
Air !
rndo'ph I'eld Texci. under T. II. lloyt deeetsell -
or ,
cod II l I. ill i this! reasod the number of his regiment and iiKVi, and theme east 1320: ft. to und iiKiilnnt you on or before January
; the 6th A. D. 1941, the
Alcd Ow te.. the piece of beginning I the said sauna b..loN'I
I -
td l w. c : the letter of his company troop two abod.'II'.lb..d tracts cmiInlnliiK All partleM rlnlmlnir any 'Interest h.. Flmt Monday In January A. D.
I KH!$ Grc: 31:0130: May 20 acres, mm e or !...... under any or all of the partloiHliove
I,hi Christmas !b. the or battery and delivery is almost Christ AlHo, cummenclnR I at an Iron shaft named: or otherwise, In I I lU4f.YOII.. and each of. you are here.by
I moat dtilghtfu! you'". absolutely ass ured though he And }Military Training In the center of a 60 ft.: street Ill* properly hereinafter deHpilhed given due and leical noire that

I bad and may moves from place to place known an the Ulurke ...,Hiindvr-/ and any and all unknown thin la a Milt brought for th* fore.closure .
t-K very .
claim estate,
.son Rand which nhnft IM net 04 pei-Honn who any of a certain inortrnir, filed
I CCOD FORTUNE be often. Insure the more valuable I I (By Rev. Clarence H. Benson war. Men will have to renounce rest 4 I or less, right till: Is or Interent In or to I I for record. In the office "of the
I etch In many ways af" jw'n .. nf the I a mix hereinafter deHcrlbed, Clerk of the Circuit
you articles It costs but a trifle Director of Christian Education the world and the works of the went e ... Court In and
I .. coming 1'1"of the NKV of Hoctlon SO, or any pint thereof either for Bradford County, Florida. In
.iu'th. y.m..a
."Now do not put it all In one Course The Moody Bible Instituteof devil if they want war to em 1. Township Houlh, Itnnwe 21 Kant heirs,
bundle as being the easiest way I Chicago). Hope in this age is for Indlvldu and, run thence north abut 31 other claimant' by throuKh mimedilefomlantM or' llraiUord. County Florida. en-
degrees went alona the center of under any of the ahoy cumherlnic the following described! .
but string It out over days and A great problem confronts the als and not for nations and ...1,1 Htorke and Hiinderon Itoitd or otherwise, I the land landM ..It""I.., lying and being In

weeks, so that he will learn to American people. A most woeful, hence the sword falls between 1260 ft, thence In a aouthwentorlycoumu bring deNcrlbed aa follow, to- llradford County, Florldn to-wlt:
and at nut .h an anglethat wltl line Two J
Ill ( ). Three
listen most eagerly for 'mail call.' II wasteful and unwarranted war la father and son and "a man'sfoea the line shall cross' the went Lots. One (t ) and. Three (3), In (1), Four' ((4), Five (6), Hlx (H).

It Is pathetic to note the numberof being waged before their eyes. shall be of his own house line of the NW% of the NHV! of murk Nineteen' (191, a. per the Seven (7), Eight (8), hW"I9j
said Section 86 at a point 640ft map or plut of the Original, Town Ten (10), Kleven ( ll) and ;
hold. Peace la '
'men In the service to whom What attitude. should this great Inaeparately associated north of tho .southwest Turner i.r stiirke, lit'ait ford County Flor- ( II!) In Illock Twelve (12) In

the arrival of mall means noth 'nation take in regard to military with salvation.' There of Maid NWU of NK'4: and thencecontinuing Ida. Stare>Ta Addition In the 'Ity of
be between said ".....". or line And plnlntlfr, having mud d*> Bradford County Florida.
can no man unman <
81Ste. ing. Carelessness or wrong doing matters? What attitude should a peace until It shall reach a point 440 fviidiintM In Mnid 11111 all defendanlaherein ItIH further ordered that this
DW separates them from home and Christian take ? until there is peace between ft north of the south line of the named and deMlirnated.. both order be published' In the llradford

-. God< and man. and there can be NIC'- of NW'i of sold Section 3rt, I known and unknown und having, County Telegraph' n weekly news.piper .
loved ones so they get no mail. Conscientious objectors have opposed and went to a point Mated In sold bill which la .sworn of general clrrulntloii puh-
Do not let the soldier man from the enlistment of men on no perfect permanent peace until that ..r. rttl tl ..ell.o. ft. went of> the i i to, oil miittem iieceMHiiry. to entlllai Ii.lulled In said.. III.iKlfol-il County,
ree Friends the Prince of Peace rules In every suet line of nald NH'* of NWli i'her to procvHH. by publication to' "Florida once each, week for four
home circle b f this
your e 0 the ground that all war is unrighteous of Hectlon DA and thence aouth6'M I bring In all persons whomitovver.tin consecutive weeka.
Barber sroup." and that military ser heart. ) ft. to a point I 1GO ft. south parties dfr ndiint, to thin mill, WITNKSS my hand and official
| Shopila's Mankind At FaultIf NWU\ of Maid Hectlon 88, thenca ; you and each of you are hereby peal at Hturke, F'inrlda, this 19,
vice Is contrary to the teachingof rust. and parallel with the until. I rvciulied to appear to the bill of November A. D. 1940.OFFICIAL. .
Beauty Salon SIGNS FOR SALE-"Rooms for Jesus Christ. It has been well men would listen to the south lino of paid HKU: of NWU complaint fllfd herein against you ( SI-JAL: ) A. J. Thomas
to the center of the said. Hturke lu the aboVH shuttled cniiHe, cm oribefnrn Clerk: of the Circuit Court vt IIr..".
lind Mrs. \V. B. : Rent "For Rent lOc each old by Dr. James M. Gray, "If teachings of Christ and follow and HHtidernon Road, and tliouc the Vth slay, of January, A. ford County Florida.
Mundy Bradford County Telegraph war la unrighteous then God northwesterly along tho center of D. I1HI.. II. W. Geiger
His example there would be no mild road to paid Iron nhnft 01'1 I The llrinlford County Telegraph I Hnlleltnr for Plaintiff.
Starke. must be unrighteous for 'our God plum of beginning, alt of Haiti a newnniper. published In Kiadforti 11.0 4t 12-27
need of but
--- is a God of war,' and all Judg military training
how many mea ado! either? Along I
ment for sin must be unrighteous
as society Is permeated with:
for war is divinely decreed for
evil a man has a sacred right to i
this purpose again and again"Not
I defend his home against the uninvited -
Peace But A Sword
unwelcome intruder and
There is no denying that the ;
the sacred right of the Individual
Bible breathes a military spirit.It -
becomes the sacred of the
right
is cosplcuous In the life of the I i '
nation when we consider t hat CANDLESOF
Old Testament and prominent in
.
patriotism Is nothing more thana
the teachings of the New Testa
-
love for homes. The
R.BBcrIN: 8 ment. Where did I Christ ever many ,
casualties of war are heartrending -
peak against human governments

:or net }lls example against them ? but we might as well recog.
nlze first as last the futility of :
There Is no conflict between the THEYULETIDE
human effort to establish
two statement of Christ: "They per.
us that take the sword shall perish petual peace until men are delivered -
/rom to you
with the sword," and, "Think not I by the gospel from the sin

which makes war necessary "
that I am come to send peace on

the earth: I came not to send

peace, but a sword." The one has State Farm ,To Get

been verified In the broken word
)li New Hospital ; ,,
of the Crusaders and the inglorious "

) career of the Crescent. ,t, t \' ,. '
Construction of a 3,300 isolation :' '. ,
; "
The other has been manifest "not hospital for 'tubercular ..., ",. '
prisoners .
v ,
"I against flesh and blood but ...
has been authorized for ,
:against principalities, against ,
the State Prison Farm near here. .
rowers, against the rulers of the
ri L. F. Chapman farm superintendent
"
of this world.
Jaikness
asked for to
permission 1
I While Christ has conquered a
erect the concrete block structure
this world He is not yet in pos-
with facilities for care of about May Christmas
your candies -
aeshlon of it. In fact "the whole

world lIelh in the evil one." The 35 prisoners afflicted with tuber. burn brightly with hqp-
\\k culosls.l There will be 20 beds

god of this world Is the god of for white patients and 20 beds/ and may your every

for negro patients In the two. .. wish come true -= =

ward building.The ',;

FASHION PREVIEW State cabinet has elemi ..
We cannot bring back the %
rated white uniforms for trustees ; -

among county convicts and authorized past but we can take a great

the counties to buy onlyGBOTGS deal of pleasure reminding


ourselves of the fine

things that have been ours

.
One. more it it our richly defer,.. And on S O to enjoy because of your ,

thoughtfulness and consid
pleasure to extend the this important occasion

eration. And with these

compliments of the wo with to thank youlaaon ot.t' splendid remembrances we {


and express our most sincerely for your look forward to the future o 4

koP that the New generous patronage with enthusiasm and antici


Year will bring to you th. past year and we J ... pation.


and your the ..bunpledgl', continuance IjIs' $( I a- l


dance of good thing of our established >9-tlY (fl2/sr '

and good health you quality and service. 9. "'4, ..,

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r FRIDAY. 'b" 19.1
ERADFOBD COtTKTY TE1.ECRAPISTARER.; FLORIDA I CE)181Jt 21,
I II
FOUR for Mrs.A M. Pettit and daughter, I Miss Miriam
and a wig
'
I i for myself Guy,
Miss Gill Becomes Bride tricycle Miss Mlntle Pettit, of Gainesville student in the ahs II

I ,SOCIETY and CLUBS I Of Mr. Livingston my 4011. Y love Nettle you Dowllng ,weRe. visitors here Tuesday. at'TaJlaha. ee, ?WOm&JJ'1 a hOllda7 COlleg

of her
'-' student at parents, the
Clarice 'Van Miss Santa Claus:
After the cutting of the cake by I of Mrs Fay Gill of Starke, pear; We have tried to be very good New York University, New York J. T. Guy, at their hOJle!
I Miss Ida Lee Cone Wed To Mr. Plunimer the bride, Ice cream and cake : Livingstonof this and we want you to City, is spending the holidays Hampton. John Guy of 13rookavUI; I
and Mr. Dortha Ray year la also
: 'Mrs. Mike
her mother visiting
In Home, Ceremony Last Friday were served by Mrs. A. E. Cow-' Jacksonville'were married ''Sat bring us two pretty dolls, one herewith. Hampton. his parents a
art and Miss Elizabeth Plummer. with yellow curly hair and the Dew.
The marriage of Miss Ida Lee of honor and only attendant, Mrs.] Following the reception the urday night December 14, at 8;;30 other with black curly hair ,
J. E. Shuford. sister of the left for a wedding ceremony was per Sara Barefoot. Emmett Perryman Arch Thomas Mrs A. M Darbvviii! t.
Cone of Starke, attractive daughter young' couple o'clock. The -Juanita and aj
groom. Mr. Plummer had as his unknown. Upon Jr., L. M.. Gaines!, Harold Bishop, Christmas M&V'
destination P. 'ft. Wim- :
of Mrs. John C. Cone and thelate trip formed by the Rev. Mrs' G. Mrkaeaa an
best man, his brother, George B. their return they will be at hometo of the Franklin Claus: and Lucian Connor, students of W.
Dear Sftnta I dauJbte
Mr. Cone of Brooker, and Plummer of Jacksonville. their friends at the home of berly pastor Church In Jack- Please bring me a new dress, Emory at Oxford Ga:, are spending of DeLand; Mr. and Br DeWit

William E. Plummer of Lawtey ''Theyoung: bride was lovely in.. Mr and Mrs. J. L. Harrell In Street sonville.Baptist Relatives, and close a pair of socks, box of hankies,' the Christmas holidays with C, Jones, and daughter M1s ,Ell,
eon of Mr. and Mrs M. B. Plum-;:, black sheer,silk crepe, !, their respective parents. Jones, Mrs CV
r ,A dress 0(. Lawtey. friends of ,the couple attendedthe 'a bugle, a ball and some jacks Chalker aD
,1 mer, also of Lawtey. was solemnized effectively trimmed in white lace. The bride an attractive brun- ceremony, which, took placeIn and a doll that says "Mama" and sons William and John Chalke
at seven o'clock Friday even- tight basque Mra. E, M. Thomas and Mr. of Gainesville.To ,
The featured a her homein : Santy.
home of : gown nette, who has made the church parsonage. goes to sleep Bye, bye
Ing, December 20, in the i waist with full flared skirt. With Starke for the past two years chose1 fot-er wed- -Doris Strickland and Mrs A. J. Wilkinson had as
and relieve .
. Plummet's brother-in-law ; The bride ,
Mr. this', she wore black accessories. and Bis-: : Mr and Mrs.
brother-in-law Christmas guests
Mrs. J. E. Shu- with her soldier blue crepe Misery of
i Mr. and ding gown a LD
later, *
shoulder corsage
Her flowers were a Marvin Hazen, i and JoAnn \\II
Ernest 'Street in Jack- ter. Mr. and Mrs. frock with accessories of navy Dear Santa Claus: J. E. Thomas. daughter
. ford sonville., on The Rev. L. W Enfield of white carnations.Mrs. attended Bradford County High blue. Her corsage was fashioned I I am a little boy six,years old.I of Crescent City; Mr and Uqllitl

of the Lawtey Baptist Cone, mother of the rtde., School where sbe was a popular of white carnations. .1 go to school Miss Olive Is my Mrs. J. B. Mills and family Mr. Pi
t pastor
I' Church, performed the ringceremony chose for her daughter's weddinga member of the younger set. followingthe ceremony teacher. I want a real red auto and ':Mrs. Harold Mills, of Green 666 H

in the I presence of the navy blue model with a corsage The bridegroom a graduate of Immediately,. an Informal .reception was I and some fireworks. I would like Cove Springs; Mr. and,Mrs Vic- ,'.
of pink gladioli. Is connected .mule but ;;. haven't a stable tor, Thomas, of Jacksonville! ; Walter Cough
Immediate families. B. H. S, at present held in the homeof Mr.*and.Mrs. a ; 1)"pII .
The rooms were decorated with' .Immediately' following the ceref with Starrett Brothers and Eken E. T.. King. After a short! wed- for him, so you can take him of to 1 McDonald, and J.. F. 'KlckUter.of Try, "R b-My.TIIIn''' i iLlnanmit a."...,
Lots
a profusion.of pink gladioli,white mony; 'an, I Informal reception was at Camp Blandlng. ding trip, Mr. and Mrs: ,Livingston some other little boy. Starke... .
roses baby breath and ferns. In held. The bride's table, covered Those attending the weddingwere are at home at 1818. Market love, '
an' Improvisedaltar with a' lace cloth was centered : Mrs. John C. Cone, Mr. and -Jack Halle. -
the living room ; Street. FUNERAL DIRECTOR
thelarge with an' arrangement of whiter Mrs Leslie Green, and Mr. and There Aren't they jus'! too .
,
mantel.was formed Flanking against either aide .. buds. Tall white candles in Mrs. Malcolm Harrell.,: 'all of The bride Is a graduate School of the in sweet for. anything? If that My Many Yean Experience Make It Possible for Me to Realer
Mrs. Marvin F. Hazen, Bradford County High doesn't In the Christmas EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS
floor baskets of pink glad silver holders and silver compotes Brooker; has I put you SERVICE
were and white mints Miss Margie Mathews, and Billy Starke and for'the.past year spirit, I don't know what will MODERATE PRICES
loll, resting against a background holding pink been making her June in Jack-
balanced1 the' floral piece. The I Dowling of Starke; Mr and Mrs.J. ':
of ferns. Burning white tapers, sonville. The bridegroom is the DeWITT, C. JONES
In silver holders shed asof{ glow bride's cake, topped with a min- E. Shuford. Mr. and Mrs. A. on of the later fW.'Fs; Livingston 'What's this! I hear about a Starke Florida
the wedding scene. iature bride and groom was I E. Cowart, Miss! Elizabeth Plum- : mysterious meetln of some sort
is
over He em-
at one end of the table i I: mer, and Mr. and Mrs O. B :and Mrs. Livingston. representatives ofMcCall's -
The bride had as her 'matron placed II I. and ployed by the ,Southern Brewing held between
Jacksonville,
-.i, Plummer, all of '.' mag and some of our
.1t
: I Bob Plummer of Lawtey. Company, I leadln' localltes tother day at the

I Irt -. Magnolia Hotel? ., .' Maybe
.... in McCall's, tooI'm
-I we're gonna get
/ Carolyn CallstreetWell still waltln' to see. our
,
N."N H Th pictures in Life .
.
-- -
I Hear the steaks at the Star-
1
believe It or not, folks all those cookin' utensils at the I rett Brothers & Eken party at

Its here again Christ P.-T. A. Carnival couple 1 of the Roosevelt In 'Jax las' Sattldy
t I It mas. I mean But under such months ago Be sure an' go night were'swell Course, the

II difficulties Rain, rain rain, back next year, Bill and Ida Lee, dance was a little bit of all right,

I an' more sickness than you can and win something to cook In 'em too But steak-mmmm *
thermometer at > *
shake a Local pulchritude addin to the ,
4
'Sgotten so bad when you ask When Jim and Martha Milliken festivity of the scene Included ,
/ i + ag1t, somebody "Have you got it?," were here tother week-end vlsltln Ruth Sternbergr Helen Dowling, .
I
e i;r//J1'Chrishnas they don't know whether you flu Cecil and Otelia Henderson, con- I Mary Lucile Tor o d e, Hazel c'e., \ "".'.... ........ '.
spirit, or the '
erry mean Christmas versation turned to funny names Moore, Lillian Moseley an' scadsof :
Hear every member of Char- The visitors! swore there's an others Seems''that S. B.

Today and every day w. greet lie Powell's! fambly was In bed otherwise normal gentleman in & E. can pitch parties 'as well ;: \\
\ -A. with all the that in one day last week, and other Palatka whose' first name; Is as throw up buildings .lCbLiQt' { Je wish you a Merry
you sincerity sour households equally hard bit Lovey Dovey! How he ever 'editor'son :
The,
Well folks : Christmas and
hearts,and with a- deep' f*.4r! >q Orchids (or maybe I should say managed to get gffrwn.. is more ,neck to get this tripe In r'I I extend
for poinsettias) to Ethel Biggs for than I can unnerstand .". But my
of appreciation your thoitghKfulness y early, so I'm signln off til nex' to you our beSt wishes
novel Idea of mounting her :
the thass not the worst yet They
during the now' Hopin Santy remem-
year Christmas tree on an unatalrs stoutly! maintained that there's year something for a Happy and TVzwp-
closing. Effect is affecting bers Carolyn'with
balcony very another unfortunate-!- fellow whose
.
/ .. Also to Margaret I: first name la Asad and whose pretty, pink, and personal emus new year. "lit" "

and Kap Duncan for those novel 1: middle name is Experience "Merry Christmas" you all,
cellophane Xmas cards : That' Asad Experience! ; What .a and may your stockings be extra
one message you can see right sensa yuma HIS parents had! I full of-things (And I don't

,. Ooops! There I go mean "runs").
through Readin the Santa Claus letters '
MATHEWSMODEL ASSOCIATE STORE]
AUTO
punning again > .. In the Telegraph las' week gave Carolyn. WESTERN
Those bells you hear aren'tXmas I r
me an idea (doesn't happen
DAIRY bells they're wedding, bells very Mrs. E. Brown and daughter,
often, I admit) so Tt prevailed .
for Bill Plummer and Ida Lee the editor to off his Miss Estelle Brown, of Tampa, V. S. ST. JOHN, Owner
Cone now Mr and Mrs. upon dust'j, | and Mr and Mrs. Charley Roberta .
files and let
around
me dig.
Starke, Fla. '; Somehow I felt the power of suggestion among the letters! to Santy of of Add, Ga., were here '
would be too much for yes-; Sunday visiting Mr: and Mrs. I.
.
I teryear Here's a sample of
'em to overcome after they won i P, Shepherd..
,. --, ,Vfhat I fopoll..o some of our mos' I
e. prominent Callstreeters beggln' .
,
.. --
'
-, for fifteen or twenty seaspns:;ago:
I Dear Santa Claus: 'Jfj V I

I want yowf (lo bring' me anraln' ,

a Noah's ark, and X good horn,'
and lots of playth gs Bring!

Joe something nice,.J too. Bringme

This Christmas and a.. trick mouse., -EMerrill Futch. MEG>PY CHRISTMAS'

-,.*, AND A
.' .. I
Dear Santa Claus! : \'
'I want a car with top and Pf.;> IGIITANDIIAPPYi ,

lights glass two ,rnlfljf!!, and a I
Christmas .. steering wheel ana rubber tires,|I k YEAR
NSW
Every 'and gas and a,place/jto/ tell how I ; i'r'' ; i

many miles I've run'' and a gallon )I I i ,
of gasoline, and I want the name '
Essex on it and I wept a pom- 'I

padour brush-. With loves, )I I I ," ,
"
I atk" Paul '
Knight.
f :
:0. \, P. S, If there is else .
anything \
t ,1 :
i',
;., ",.' ,
you would like to give me, I '
) : ; ..\
))
; ; ]
't would be glad. to have it. j I, ..' ..-.."... '..' \
I .'; .r.' .' <

Dear Santa Claus:
I
Bring us something useful as'
well as ornamental. Don't bring
-
II us something that nobody else>
) : wants. Don't forget the dolls
( p$7$ because most of our old dolls are As another Christmas comes around we feel
I worn out and dead and had their'
obligation -
funerals. Bring us three square' that we have an unpaid obligation, an

meals a day and we won't run of gratitude. Friends of this institution have

-. WE look forward away. Put a jumping jack on, made possible certain amount of .progress
to 1t.< the tree and anything else pretty| a

sending you our 'sincere that you have, for I don't know and prosperity for our organization. These
what all you've got From '
good wishes' for loving. children your i iEtholln 'friendships have been an enjoyable experience

I JII a happy Holiday. It i is a pleasure to us because \ Dorothy.:..andCargl White, : one.in which we believe we have the confidence -

it,gives us'an opportunity thank youitronage I 1 (i" and esteem of the people whom: we

fC?{_all you haye done for ,this firm. .' Dear Santa Claus: .. I ; strive to serve. And now, all we ask is the priv. *
,
y I want a horn, knif4. tool! chest, =
little car, that can pedal, some i I I: ilege of a continuance of these fine relationships

: Your'have':Been liberal in your candy, storybook, fire, Crackers I I! ;, ,to enable us to look forward with genuine
and roaming candles I have
,
,. your.friendship and good ,will-the combination been awful sick having measles. !I f. enthusiasm to the future r.o .

of which spells progress for any but always said my prayers and' c 1
I sure am trying to be a good!i : ','
organization.You .
boy. |I
-Frank S. Inman i

have been good to us-may Santa '-
Dear Santy, I
I
b. just as gocd'to you. Please bring this little boy a

tool chest, a cap pistol, and a'' \ -

football. Thanks, |

-S. R. Johns, Jr'l aMHrL 'gJwl.imjL r fo JJl (JIJA;, J


p mm L. iil1 Dear. I want Santy a: BB gun. a wagon,\. .

and a jumping jack. Candy,

oranges, ..;and apple will, 'bel> | accepted -' .oj
: ** to n r *, I

James Hollingsworth. J.
'' r
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,i. : : I t
'
:- Dear Santa Claus: ,' Y ; ,; I '
: I" hear you', and.*your little l' "j.

J. W' ANDREWS JR. Brownie on the radio. I like to ,, '

hear you all. I want a big pretty 5tH. E. TUCKER AGENTSinclair

doll carriage and a doll house ,
and a tricycle. Also a fingernailset I '

Starke Florida and a croquet set.' Your little Refining Company
r SN friend. : ;, I

.' '. '. Martlle- Hemingway., Clarke, FloridaI

Dear Santa Claus: Ie.TAOE *

I I cannot write good but 1 am

""I I going to do my belt/ I want a



37 !940 BltA FORD
.DGC1i'lnER: COUNTY TKUEflRAFn. 8TAI.KR. FLORIDA PACK mm

r== BITS of LOCAL NEWSnbom Dr. H. B. McLemlon of Orlando Mrs. O.r J. Griffin of St. Augustine :Mls Marjorie Stump who<< Stump who It In tram aL
arrived, Tueaday night
Christmas with his !wile to spend arrived Monday to spend trachea music In Atontkello, arrived Orange GeAeral Hospital In 0.-
--- and I
--r---- daughter, who Christmas with her daughter Monday to spend the hollJ I lando will also be a Cltrtaataw
of Slater, Miss Rosa! Mae Norman of I I I Mjrs. W. H, Hart and Mrs. C. McLendon'a parents are guests Mr. and of Mrs.Mrs. Mrs E. L. Biggs. They will' be day with her parents. Mr.' and j Day jcueat at the home .C.**.
days here with his Waverly relatives.spent Christmas herewith H. Nasworthy spent Friday and B. S. Matthews. Joined Christmas Day by Capt. Knr. F. P. Stump. MlsB Lillian parents.: '
Saturday In Jacksonville with I Owen Wi Griffin of Jacksonvilleand

to ** OUt 'Mrs., J. W. Kincald is In Tampa friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. MldUleton St. Augustine.Mr. .

"' "IE Hplat his home with her parents Mr. and Mrs. I and daughter Marjorie Sue of i
Mr.
and .
A. C. Durden.Mr. Mrs. G. L. Patten of Jacksonville will spend Christmas and Mra. L. D. Vinlng had
Tallahassee are spending Christ Day with Mr. Mlddleton's as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.

tf.BI 1.Ifgg theholidayherewith and Mrs. O. J. Phillips of mas here with I Mrs. Patten's ents. Dr and Mrs. W. E. 'par-Mid- Walter Tlmmerman. Miss Fay
,. a student of mother, Mrs. E. E. Canova. Fender and Hayward Fender all '
Georgia in Athens Lawtey recently announced the dleton.'i of Stockton; Ga.. Fled Vlnirtg. of
fA birth of a baby ,daughter.
Lake and Gus of \ cantaoft.Y0Pet
n the Mr. and Mrs. Hal Alexander of Miss Mary Brownlee, of St. Nashville City Vlnlng.
Ga.
Gainesville
I. Biggs. Lt T. T. Long of Ft. Benning, of were guests Sunday Louis.: Mo., and her guest, Miss
Ga., arrived Sunday to spend Mrs. Alexander's parents Mr ''Joyce Humphry, also of St. Louis,
MIllS
Essie!
Coleman
and Mrs. secretaryto
Christmas here with his family Frank Hemingway.Mrs. are upending the week here with
I
Congressman R. A. Green for
Ming! Brownlee't parent,. Mr. and
the' pasCfive arrived here
Jack Halle left for West Palm S. E. Brownlee went to Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.) last years !
week from
Washington and
Beach Monday to'spenl! the week I Gainesville Monday to spend the will remain until the convening of J
ilj with bls. brother. Woodfin, G. week with her son-in-law and Among the teachers in 'the B. the' next Congress. Miss Cole-
Halle.MJas. daughter Judge and Mrs. A. V H. S. ,, .
; ,. who have goner home to man,known as one, of the most I
Long spend the. holiday, are: Miss efficient of the,, congressional ':.. ,. : "
>, t.e kitty' Hogsed, o'f" Jacksonville Luclle Kennedy, Baxley;.Ga., Miss secretaries, will divide the vaca- ._ I
: Is. a 'holiday guest of Mr. arid Mrs. D. T. Clark, of Dorothy Delavan, Fernandlna, tion between her home at Olusteeand ,, .. You can teour word for it
her mother, Mrs. W. B. Parks, Miami, arrived Monday to spend Miss Joyce Woods, Lakeland, and the Starke office of Con-
Parks. the week with Mrs. Clark's -old Saint Nick won't forget
and Dr. parents Miss Martha Metcalf, Delaad. gressman Green. '.
Mr.. and Mrs. N. D. Wain- ?' '
such good people as
'Dr; and Mrs. S. P. Vandiviere wright. you. .
and son, Pitner, of Orlando, are Somehow WCt Just know that "
house guests of her mother, Mrs.. Mrs. C. C. Hoppe spent several
q. W. Alderm&n.Tom days here at the home of Mr. you are going to enjoy a ,
a'h.LWM and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and last 'Jto. happy Christmas and we are : j
: Ritch of Emory University week returned to her home in
glad. Wo sincerely hope that
Atlanta, Ga., is spending the Tampa, I
j holidays here with his mother, I :! everything you desire may
'. Mrs. Carrie Hitch.Mra Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McCann, L and that the New
9 formerly of Sarasota, are now occupying come trua ,

L. S. Hutto and son, Till- an apartment at the Year will be one of real happi. {
man and Mrs. A. H. Hall were home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. .: .
for
ness -
shopping in Jacksonville on.; Canova., you.CARPENTER'S
Thursday of last week. ...'i"
.
Marvin F. Hazen spent Mon- .-
"" .'." ,
,
Mr. and Mis. W. B. Sewell and day morning In Gainesville visit ,. '0"0 ....c-
f. ing his brother, Aubrey Hazen, ,,a, 0 ...''.. .
family are spending Christmas In t i..dFa
I who Is ill in the ,tit .... ....
Alachua County ..,' .. .
of
Leesburg as guests Mr. and ,\1 ,.1o" ... o"Jo
S
Hospital. .a ... e ." "
a t." ..
Mrs. J. D. Cottrell. \
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Miss Jean Davis, Miss Margaret Miss brother Miriam Guy of Hamptonand ..odd .'y;'"Iit.P''IF.1 .''S! be" '0.10.,,,.":
Top SuperMarket Pearce, and. Miss Miriam Guy, John Guy, of Brooks- -( b o p 1YID .
ville were here Sunday visitingat "oIt u ....,. e ..,o"
students at the Florida State Col- '" .
lege for Women at Tallahasseeare the home of Judge and Mrs. ..\.. .. yeoihd 0
..'"
A. Z. Adklns. Int.
..
'spending the holidays with .... ,e
Fla \" ..
Starke, .
.
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[
their respective parents. .... ...
Mr. and Mrs,. David Moore of \.0.
Ft. Myers a re. spending the ...!II". .,
I i Christmas holidays with relativesat ., '"!', E AI\ .
Lawtey, and were: visitors. to ," qP
:
Starke Monday. ..

HOlIDfYREE.r! I :
Harry J. Sayle, in charge of
electrical work at Camp Bland Ing, I

left Monday afternoon for White The' Personnel of YourLOCAL The Rexall Store
I i'IGS Plains N. Y., to spend Christmas A n.' _
with his family.
A & P STORE

jb & .. and. CUL Ross C. Stephens and Rosa C.
Stephens Jr., arrived Sunday -
from Lawton. Okla., to spend the
Christmas holidays with Mrs. /

Evelyn Stephens. -J! ?

Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Carnell I.
and sons, Corban and Gene, of r \ ''I
Ormond, arrive Thursday to Ii
visit Mrs. Carnell'H parents Mr. ;
and Mrs. F: -A. Scott. ; UD2dnS
; "

Mr. and Mrs. George C. White
and daughter Frances White, of
Tallahassee, are here vfelting Mrs. '
\\s the old year draws to a close we wish J. W White, Mrs. G. W. Alderman :. 1'iLoQD
acknowledge the many.kindnesses and and other relative.

nsiderations shown us during 1910, and :
Miss Isabel Fernandez, who Is .
wish
i for all a very Merry Christmas and a
a teacher in the Woman's Col
['Happy and Prosperous New Year, hoping lege at Tallahassee, Is spending l
at t 1911 shall bring peace to all nations the holidays here with her
d I good will to all men. mother, Mrs. R. S. Fernandez. I: BARGAINS J '
'. I .q" \

1. AND MRS. A. J. THOMAS attending Ralph Rhodes the West who Point has train-been ,

I Ing school at Ft. McPherson, Ga.,
is spending the holidays here with

I I his mother Mrs. D. A. Monteith. ,; in t our 1,2,3 year old '

James Sewell and Andrew Z. ,
NAT SEZ: Adkins, who attend the' Citadelin t herd!, .
w .
'Charleston, arrived, here Sun- fine car
+ Folk I Is tired' and I don't mean day'Morning to jljpend: Christmas
gt maybe. I've often heard fellows vacation with tMt' parents. F
t Nay that Homelxx.'y worked lie .
.* fool out of 'em and now 1 know Mr. and Mrs. James Godbold j .
/( just how they felt. and son James, Jr., and Mrs. M. L.J.J..r.
B. Godbold of Jacksonville, were j go! We can't winter 'em!
The- dear public worked the fool here Sunday visiting; Mrs. S. S.

out whole of force.me and that goes for the man.Dowling and Mrs. W. S. Stro- Get rid of that 3, 4, 5 year old dobbin! '


We are grateful and hope that
M. F. Brown and
and Mrs.
we didn't' treat you too bail durIng children Mr. Marcus and Florence "aKE YOUR PICK I....We've got deal that makes swappin the soundest

the. ru'iI. are spending Christmas In Tampa i ie whole herd! Fords Chevvys, kind of'investment for your *

with Mrs. Brown's mother Mrs. Plymouths Dodges-our stables are car money!
'
and Mr. Fitz- 4.43
J. J. Fitzgerald
packed with popular makes and
gerald. JLodelsMa! :iY'\o'ciJshod. Many light HAVE SOME FUN! ..You don'twant ONLY WEEK

ANEW on feed. Every one rarin to go! spavins, splints and curbs, after low down..payment

{ gpAfe44'Worn R to spoil your driving pleasure. You : ,
/
STRIKE AI i DEAL .. .We've pared don't want the whole parade to buys any Used Car .

bone! We're out to give by. You want a blue-blood!
J'rices'tohe pass you
..... In this. Sabl I
lOU absolute.top allowance on your winner-from a foursquare traded

t. old car! We've got the "all-around' Then come in and see us today!

e


I See Us Soon



cJO"C For
Outstanding
words, but the most

rO ,riate of theirs all. Wben 'TO AJI :' f. ..
?.\. ;; [ J> "Merry Cfyttotai" you A : Used 'Car Values ': :
br ::. ,
6 sure that lis.1tle rtsstd'. .' ", \\i
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grnlline aJ3pr {at Hm.vf 4 1'.r.l4 : .
"leaning.TERNBERG'S. C. t I .1 I':' A SIMPLE WISH that I I. as par TB&DEI SAVE NOW IT'S, JUST HORSE SfVSEl: 1

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AND A HEARTY THAN YC J. W. ANDREWS JR.

't ... for loot. .1 thi> iisL: W. I .,
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PAOK R!C o.

: deficiency of vitamin A, 41 per- STATE NEWS ENGINEER KILLED Ben J Green.. 49. a greater nunerl\.l COntt11t
r LIVE I Zephyrhllla.- ant from I
I SECTION cent had bad teeth, 53 percent of a health
the children were Buffering from u year-old Tampa engineer of the 1'181dpo
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anemia, and many rural women --- Sunbeam was killed 'and 10 persona RouKR( :
were suffering from pellagra.Dr. r.ILLJS APPOINTED WORK OR JAIL I were hurt slightly when the I PerryofOce...
I HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD RURAL Abbott and her co-workers TallahASsee-D. Stuart Gillis. Ocala-Unemployed men In Seaboard Air Line's crack pas- I two masked here re

I' COMMON SENSE. have found that In areas where DeFunlak Springs attorney and Marion county who refuse Jobs senger train collided with an Atlantic shotguns held men anted
cattle are affected by the "saltsick" Senate when they are ofrered may be Coast Line freight train : Jp and robb
COTTON CHRISTMAS GIFTS A PRIME NEED .. I deficiency, humans feedingon president of the" Florida placed In Jail on vagrancy south of here. Brooks-Scanlon t'Qrporatlon
interesting cotton gifts In 1937 has been appointed by roll car
Many In the same of $2
Moore-
In a time when national defense vegetables grown charges, Sheriff Gordon 200 The
can be made easily and inexpensively mindsof arena also Buffer mineral defici- Attorney General-elect J. Tom head said. Moorehead and his NEW LETTUCE VARIETYJacksonvilleFlorida's en route to ,h, car
to decorate the home. For Is uppermost In the of Watson to serve aa first assistant
a lack Ice- I'
new
encies, particularly arrested 18 negro men halted. The I101'
deputies ,
homemaker, cotton suggests Dr. Ouida D. Abbott, i general. rbb
the everyone attorney
William
iron. and charged them with being berg lettuce promoted by an automobile escaP<
variety of gifts as each room in head of the home economics research In schoolto I
Failure of children The sheriff said be did L. Wilson of the Florida State
i the home presents needs. Turnt department In the University -i often Is : EXPLODES ShLELLJacksonville vagrants.
make proper progress so because local constructionwork Marketing Board. Is proving quite BILL'S BILl..
cottons for durability, ease of of Florida Experiment Station directly traceable to malnutrition.Poor F I v e-year-old is being hampered throughthe popular and Is coming on the "That' ,.
cleaning!, and low cost, the qualities in calling attention to the nutrition also causes loss to Donald Bacon held a shqtgun refusal of men to accept Jobs. market now In ever increasing billfold mighty fire.1,
desired in household furnish- vital necessity for better nutrition.She Is. both children and adults through shell over a lighted match to see Those who are willing to work quantities. Consumers find it Christmas your Will wife lave yo

ings.Consider maintains that an airplane sickness and loan of time from what would happen. His Index are being told where they can ob- superior in many ways to the It?" thefe. anYth,
efficient than its pilot,
tea towels pot-holders, no more that much at a hospital -
work. Dr. Abbott says finger was amputated tain employment Moorehead ex- California variety and it has the "Yes, the
curtains, or a new apron and a gun no better than its gunner of shiftlessness said hand bill for the
crisp: of the charge but physicians added advantage of freshness and -Wall St. bill
plained. Journal
t for the kitchen. Colorful plain among Southern people ia due to and facial burns would heal and )
i percales, gay prints ginghams, National nutrition statistics reveal -I illness caused by lack of proper Donald would recover.
i and muslins offer many possibilities that only one family in 10 i nutrition. onaethaniWhether
) 7 to the Ingenious home sewer. has a good diet, less than fourIn I With the Nation's agricultural COTTON DISAPPOINTING Looking For

ie Bright peasant aprons combine 10 have passable diets, and the .leaders now emphasizing the problem Tallahassee.-r-The 1941 Florida r
i practicability and smartness, and more than five remaining-over of nutrition, It la entirely'- Sea Island cotton Crop will total You Are New In 'Bradford 'County'Or'have 'Lived
i ti are equally enjoyable to make and 50 percent of the families studied ting that Florida should give the about 1800 bales instead of the Here All Your Life Whether You Want To Buy Or

: receive. .--have poor diets. These statis- subject intensive study and its beginning of the season estimateof Sell You Will Find This Classified Directory A Great
Cottons find many uses for the tics are true among the rich, the people should take action to 2500 bales. A planting season Convenience And An Easy Way To Communicate With

i table, from full length tablecloths middle classes and the poor. acquaint themselves with the .30 to 40 days late, plus continued Thousands Of Other Telegraph Readers
"R to hot-dish holdeis. Make In a study of 3,000 families In I things required for proper nutri I wet cold weather followed by ex-

} a plate dolly set of checked tea Florida Dr. Abbott found none .tion. treme drought and wind caused ......
toweling or cotton crepe for the with good diets, 23 percent with the abandonment of at least 30 AUTOMOBILES EATING'IIOT

friend who uses the popular pot passable. and 75 percent with poor Berry Acreage per cent of the original 0 _u__ ROOFING
tery-like china. For varl-colored diets thoroughly Incapable o f -
i china. Use one color but choose a meeting the body's needs. She Short In Florida plated of the acreage comparatively, and was low contem-I 1'ARTS-Used Tire', RebuiltGenerator PLATE LUNCHES, Sandwiches FOR noonsn'II: SH1'
different color for each mat and, says that of 10.00O Florida women i, *, Auto GloxH-Cash And, Short Orders MKT.ttOKH:
't napkin when the china Is alike. and children examined, three Strawberry acreage in Florida For Cars And Trucks In Any Are Our Specialty. Metal \\orks! ", 1100 see S, gj h,]

y, Thin came idea works out well for fourths being rural children, 331,this season will total only 5.500 Condition. SHELL PLACK St., Galnl'M\1IIl'.
Fla.
" refreshment sets percent were found to have a I acres as compared with 7,200acres \SKINS AUTO PARTS Road 13 Starkey Fla. 12-6 1141. r..
, Closet accessories frequently last season according to a Just North of Town On Komi 13 Ii
,4 missing In homes make novel and I gifts and may be decorated by a I report by the State Agricultural a t 12-6 -

I useful gifts. Shoe bags, shoulder simple applique design.Do Marketing Board. The 1938-39 FUEL OIL RADIOS

,guards, laundry and garment bags not overlook the men and acreage was larger still total- ,ARMY GOODS 0 _
require little time and materialto boys when making gifts for the ing 8,690. ._ REPAIR W..rk
I
nonet
- KEEP t 1.0,
make but offer unlimited home. Among the tides which The large reduction in acreage MILITARY SUPPLIES and ;g. WARM Price In Town. Sf .
for simple decora- would apreciate, are Is principally due to continueddry e
possibilities they
of New Radios
novelties for all branches On | _
match-I( ) THIS UKpa |
tions. Plain or printed oilclothis Ing tailored curtains a n weather In the Starke Law- MA1KS'
IlI'nl.e. HEN SUSLOW U\r '
,
the () SEMitrUe.
Lily WINTER {(
for for their individu tey, and Plant City areas during
satisfactory, especially a spread room, Starke Flu.
Ha.
large-sized shoe bog ally-marked bath towels and! the planting season. Scarcity of HEAT WITH OIL
Bath mats of quilted cotton padding cloths, and their own shoe bags plants was also a contributingfactor. 2BARBER Phone 55
SHOPSNO TYPEWRiTERltemlnlrton
make usable and attractive and shoulder, covers for suits. STANDARD OIL CO. 12-6
I In spite of the unusually dry n
fall berry plants here are in WAITING -Eight BarbersAt portable on e.]
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good condition and early fruit, Your Ser\-Ire. S Ii o w e r, GASALL terms $3 down, $j a 1110
now being "scrapped" Is as largeas Bath", A Specialty. Prices .tart at Z9.1l-B
0 -- -- 0 ford County Telegraph
ever Been here. Beneficial ::
THKKK: FRIENDS BARBER
t rains fell here over the week-end. Call St. SHOP 12-fl I APPLIANCES For Home
W* tend you_ sinters and And Of lice. Stoves, Heaters, USED CARS !

Starke Situation hearty jnningi, full of BUILDERS "'ater'lIeaters. Etc. Satisfaction .
Guaranteed.GAiNESVILLE. FOR THE BEST I spil. faro
Christmas cheer for each
1 Worries the bent prices !SM LjJ
: : of you. And we JJ aooclwi.h. AH Types of construction new GAS CO. F. Th.mJI'4. at Dos
44' I Red Cross HeadsThe structures or repairs. Plans, 072 So. Virginia Avenue ntunu 0(
lUis
I "-Here's} { inch ** for happinxt and estimates, and architectural Gainesville Fla. 12-6 mobile Co, 12J3 Main
_ Phone :50857. .llI<'klfnl! )
fact that National Red -otpentjr during the next: services free.-O. M. Davis,
Fla. Over 200 toelm I I
'' Cross officials are still concerned:. 'rive m.... h.. general contractor, 738 E. -- --- --
lJou] a Happu over health conditions In Starke Depot Gainesville, Fla. Phone HEATING 114 I

: Is shown by a report submitted I 1064. 12-20 0_ -
J JTo to Washington last week by the Mayes' I KEEP WARM Ttila Winter WATCHESRF.PAIR

Holiday organization's field director stationed BEAUTY PARLORSSPECIALS I With A QUAKER Oil-Burn
at Work \\lih A G
Camp Blanding.
Radio Service :
ing Henter. Clean, Economical -
The report Indicated that the antee of hat Mm. 'tlon, ,
i At No Sacrifice Heat. Aim G. E. Refrigerator -
influx of workmen and their families line of Elgin and Bul
each of you who hv contributedto has affected Staike .more Starke Fla In Quality 0 f Service *. Pay On EasyTerms.DARBY'S Watches just recehed.

our lucccti and to those of you than any other town. It was LEILA'S BEAUTY SALON J. II. COIKTM\MB|

who have given ut your fine friend- stated that Starke's populationhas I JJ I f Call Street 12-6 Starke, Fla. 12-6 Starke, Fla.HEALTH .
risen from 1,500 in July to
ship we extend_ a hearty and ganuin .
than
more 5,000 at the present

ITlerrq Christmas time.The
report of the Red Cross
official continued as follows:
May Peace, Happiness and Prosper "There has been comparativelylittle .', .'. .J. _

i' ity b* yours for many, many years.GREEN'S building activity In Starke r .
which would help accommodate
outside residents and this has ;
STORESigned
made the housing situation very ,

( ) acute."In some instances as many as ftit

30 persons occupy one house at. ",
MR. and MRS. L. J. GREEN, and Employees
where only one bath Is available s
The Starke sewerage system and j

sanitary conditions constitute a .
subject of much concern.
"The public school system!' is
r over-weighted with pupils, due to
the large Increase In families, _
and while the teaching staff is

I Inadequate, funds for employing
additional teachers are not avail-

i able.The" Red Cross Is the only HAPPinESS
:
charity organization working In
the vicinity. The report briefly
t covered existing conditions in:. ,
Penney Farms, O r e e n Cove
Springs Gainesville and Jackson es
ville. It was found that health .

and sanitary conditions in those PROSPERITY

areas. present a less serious problem -

s
I
SCIIOOL CLOSED EARLY: -
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\ \( ; : 1'1.' .!'J3 I Gainesville,-Dr. Wilburn Las-
i alter city health physician said
w, that the public school of Alachua, A glorious Christmas is our wish, of course,

; ;; ,been 15 miles closed north several of Gainesville days earlier, had .a. .;;;,. yet we want the sentiment to carry on throughthe

Compliment4N for the Christmas holidays follow ,.,,;.i-, coming years. We want each of you to enjoy
ing the death o f an Alachua .
youth In the county hospital of [ Health, Happiness and Prosperity. It is our

I spinal meningitis. ;; hope that your every wish will be realized, that

N each ambition materialize that the new
REST CHRISTMAS TRADe ; may so,
THE SEASON I II Jacksonville,-Retail trade in year may be the happiest of them, all.
Florida during the pre-Christmas ': :
I season was reported to be better ,
than In any previous year-better ; :
," ''' ,' 'even than the boom year of 1929. "
-
Miami Jacksonville Tampa and .
I ""' ;
: the other larger cities in Florida ,
wttneHsed record crowds of I

We'd like to wish each of all the of Christmas shoppers. Merchants '
you Joys I generally said the volume of business ,J

the Yuletide Season because we feel deeply Is greater and the average ,

grateful to all our friends whom we have had customer merchandise.Is buying higher quality .1

... '
the privilege of serving. \
TRVYscl1CDCiE: ; : \
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Southbound '

May the New Year see the realisa/ local.No.1 due Starke 11:33: P. M. ;%' 'i-i"" :'(;!\.,:..

Lion of your every' ambition and No. 107 due Starke 9:28 A. M. -V 'It//." .
.:
t may you enjoy health, hcppinas. and local.

prosperity through th. yeato com. No. 191 due Starke 10:S3 P.
M. Miami. .
a I ;

tr 4 y AMERICAN OIL CO. local No. 2 due Northbound Starke 5-28: A, M I ,a'" FLORIDA ]BANK AT STARKE

No. 108 due Starke 5:36 P. M.

I through. I Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Starke and lien Branch
t SIIANDS & BROWNLEE Distributors No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: A. Member FlorhfavJ' .tJ Group .

M.

s No. 102 arrives Starke 1-50: P.
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STAaKE, noa .,
1840 BRADFORD COUNT TILEGR.IPR
_"m.m" ..
D,1. fE :::- meet the acute housing shortageIn
cupled a cabinet seat. Park''l Pepper Wants Area
In State Cabinet- 1 the Standing area," Senator
Members Trammell appeared at the cabinet *
ZoneAn
New I FASHION PREVIEW Made Military
ee In Florida table in 1909 as Attorney Pepper said "With the assignment
Record
poetical: General, and then became governor effort is being made to havean of the 31st Division and the

new men education? Nathan Mayo.' commissioner In 1913. Thomas E. Went ,, area of several miles around .43rd Division of the National
will be three Cabl- of agriculture; Robert A. then the newly elected Attorney Camp Blandlng declared a Military Guard to Camp Blandlng; It has
jeven.member State 1-a.nd Gray Secretary of State and J. General assumed office In 1913; ALi; Zone In the hope that ex- been found that officers and men
It next January M. Lee, comptroller. English when Trammell was Inaugurated 1 tensive housing construction may
I Jb. political record in Mayo and Gray were nominatedand governor. e' be started with the benefit of,i who desire to bring their fami-
a elected without opposition.Lee Others who came to (the cabi FHA or other government financing lies to the area during their stayIn
Holland of Bartow defeated two opponents. net first by election since 1909 1r4 lr according to an announce- Camp are having the greatest
JI.f(1
( L. and the Aside from the governor were Ernest Amos Inducted as ment by Senator Claudo Pepner.: difficulty in locating" housing accommodations -
governor h t ai .
118 the J. Edwin Lar elected every four years there comptroller in 1917; Rivers Bu- N.1 "We hope to at least partially
d1\! officer. will be the ford. Attorney General In 1921;
Jacksonville have been few new faces broughtto
and Tom Wat- J. M. Lee, comptroller in 1933
Treasurer wl11 Jbe the At the cabinet for the first time succeeding Amos; and Colin

r/ TnuhPGeneral' "l.t1 l. by nomination and election. In English, superintendent of education

' elected In the No.al between elections vacancies have in 1930, succeeding. S.

erne- election, after' occurred In several offices. These Cawthon. r5t
1d tlnu In the May Demolrimarlcfl have been filled by appointments, Between them, six men have ; .
' to succeed Gov. and in most cases the appointeehas occupied two cabinet offices for, .
been elected In the succeeding 100 years, J. Whltfield, now
"e.coupes GibbsandCTrea--- election. Of the present cab- Justice of the Supreme Court; J. "

r! CV. Knott, who did not inet members. Knott, Gray, Gibbs C. Luning, now dead, and Knott, \
W and Mayo first were appointedand the present occupant, have held
.Section. members re- then were elected. the Treasuier's office since 1879. : :1 1
r holdover terms, are Since 1900 Florida has had only Dr.. John L. Crawford, his son, : ,
f tour year of one governor who previously ocGOOD H. Clay\ Crawford, both now dead '
den superintendent "
gliah. _i 1 and Robert A Gray have held the :rxa4l !
Secretary of State's office since 1 .1.11t

1881. W :II. Igou served briefly ". .
In 1929 when H. Clay Crawford 1 ,. I tw 't'N1 RRVHPtSIMflS
died. IROU resigned and Doyle 7 i. '
E. Carlton then governor, appointed I I'f'
Gray to succeed him. W \ 1
Gray since has been reelected !

without opposition. "
HE SEASON OF

Blanding Workers ;,

Must Get TagsOne Js
CHEER s/

day last!' week 140 workmen "...,.. nU ]
1
,'
at Camp Blurxllng were stopped 'I "
I
by State auto 'license Inspec II
mindful of the I ..h.I .
finds II
.. us parties, young firli will rare; over
tors. Only ten refused to buyFlorida I For the gay whirl 0Chrl.a. Two
good things that have come eeeninff i,...". in the December Good IIo"pln.'
tags at the office set up election of I of lialenlng ..rl,... which' come In
I here. First one
shown
our way during the past year. for this purpose on the military\ of them or. net Th. other I* pafe blue and 111 cotton-anJ-rayon
The fine friendships...the champagne,,, .rayon. -hmf with "rlllla.....
reservation. They were arrested. Inillr .011* I. >< that each of you enjoy the
We hoping I
excellent patronage. .. both Chief Tag Inspector L. M. Mc- Progress Pleases of the 2000-patlent hospital unitIs are

4 have been instrumental in Culloutfh: says that all persons being speeded In every way Merriest Christmas ever. >
working In Florida but using outofstate Maj.-Gen. PersonsMajor In
enabling us to have a most will be arrested possible, by the contractors
licenses
to accommodate
have It ready
effort to
the
successful year..so please unless they obtain Florida tags General John C. Persons, : the thousands of men Your consideration of this firm in the past

accept our thanks for every without delay. commanding the Thirty-First DI- soon to be here for training.
thing. "For two months" he saidwe've vision expresses himself" as being Much of the work Is nearly com has been of tremendous importance and it
been cooperating with well-pleased with tho progress of pleted. However, \the most vital
these people. Now the gloves are building construction at Camp portion-as It has been described I is with gratitude for your patronage that we
off and we are going after them. Standing. by some officers the mess
STARKE, DRY CLEANERS They'll' either get tags or be ar In many Instance officers and kitchen section, is not near ready extend our most cordial good wishes for the
I
"
rested. soldiers arriving In the morning, for use.
LAUNDRY No workman Is forced to buy see their necessary living facilities When the hospital is completedand I Yuletide Season.
AND a tag until after he has "had a completed by workmen before equipped It will require the I
payday." nightfall. Plumbers, carpenters services of about 100( enlisted!
Vacationing tourists are not and others who are employed In physicians, 240 nurses, 64O enlisted STATIONLACY
BUS
affected. construction and other capacities personnel member's, 30 dieticians UNION
I
rrc6ditia are working day and night and scores of civilian workers -'

to p\u this big Army reservation: who must be of civil service CONWAY, Agent
In shape by the time It will have rating. These persons will Include -
reached Us full manpower of technicians and others of
about 40,000 officers and men. surglclal and medical status, X- Conway's Service Station

General Persons stated that he ray and laboratory experts, pharmacists -
had Inspected practically all of cooks, bakers. want and
the larp-o. tract. much of It on mess attendants.
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0-
A/Let/Clj foot, and expressed saUafacllun
at the rate at which the many I (
1
departments are being completed.
1
Sprrtl" hospital Conot riirl Ion

Completion of the constructlo.n .

BUS SfllKIlI.KNorthbound! ...... \T r .

0 This is the season of the year when we welcomethe A. M.. 2:30A. : A ro' Q4W9S:
0 friendships and to Leave Slarke,-7:40: SeoAoK% m
opportunity to renew M.. 12:30 P. M.. 1:45: I". M.j:

our appreciation for your cooperation 0:10: P. }I.; 10:10: P }I. opportunity fitting *:--== ------ -- -- ---'
express SouthboundLeave -

which Has made possible a very satisfactory.crraff'l Staike-4:30: P. M.; 2:10A. : .' to express ourappreciation
II M.; 1020: A. M.; 2:20: P. M.; for
for us.
year 5:20: P. M
EHHtlMlllllllLeaves your consideration

May the Yuletide bring abundant joy to you Starke-7:15: A. M.; Leave 1 .'. could not be found
.
and the New Year bring true Slarke', for Palntka and St. Au- ? than at Christmas-time. t
and may *. M.
t
5:20
yours :
gUHtlne
.I 117f eat and happiness to each and everyone \\pttlwiind) The Holiday Season,
health Leave Starke, 7:40: A. M.; 11:00:t with its spirit of good cheer >

of you. I A. M.;: Leave Starke for Lake .,' and friendliness, brings to t'.
.
I Butler, Perry, and Tallahassee associationsthat
5:35: P. M.Passenger. mind the splendid
called for and delivered have been ours during the

A. 0. ANDREU SheriffBradford free within city limits min- past year. We gratefully acknowledge
Station must I be notified 30 consideration and favors.
before scheduled arrival of your
FloridaWELCOME uteri bunnea. Phone 147. The confidence shown is our incentive to
County, the to
even greater service during years

SOUK NK\V KIMKF STOMACH: IOU come. It leads us to keep thoughtfully in

J Probably you know several mind your needs and desires so that we may

remedies to relieve acid< stomach efficiently fulfill them. The old year holds
,
i and acid.1ndlgestlon. lilnma-Kex of cherished memories-new
nntlacld scores
tasting scores upon
delirious
a new of old ties
., powder acts four ways to give acquaintances made-the closer binding
.. -'- minutes itwonderful Thatis
few relationships.
you relief In a of friendships and many happy
;') J'" ", the way It helps you. close amid the good
I ninma-Hex for why as the old year draws to a
of ,
'..... Buy a bottle Rexall Drug Store.I .- of Christmas time, we consider it an honor to
fellowship
the
50c at
; this
.4J"- of
ff.i; :: ,.........-..:.a.).:.' \' ',I I Carpenter's Drug Store In Starke. extend compliments of the season to our good this friends organizationIs I

: .," y area. The sincere wish of every member of
,' .- .'. :' ,.'. < that we may continue to serve you to your satisfaction in the
have
: \" I We wish for you the Merriest Christmas you
'r; ) to come.
years with
t 4f \\1 known and a year full of happiness, health and prosperitv
itIV ever
tJj ::}? <:; the fulfillment ot your

SANTA ;'., :VI' every ambition and

V plan and vise -

I ion. May we-

again say to

each of our

YOU'VE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACEYou merry ChristmasHappy good HAPPY friends .


'
Santa. NEW ,.
people
these
with
can't wrong
go YEAR
have enjoyed
and
We've lived with them a long time -',
,
their unselfish attitudes their thoughtful Dew year .. -

ness and consideration of the other (('now.They've ,., To The People of The Community:

been mighty good to m, and. that a whywe Sincerely, Thankfully, Respectfully,
.
What b.ler 99.. II
want you to be good to them. our deepeit
Jim Forest.
I appreciates tot all r.<*

have d
HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY HARTFurniture GUIDON GRILL .


COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Co.

Starke, Florida Phone 80
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TAKKK. FLORIDA" FlUD.\Y. DFCRNRrg: I
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I : titFARMERS' SECTION deficiency cent had bad of teeth vitamin, 33 A percent, 41 per of : LIVE STATE NEWS I ENGINEER Zephyrhllls.-KILLED Ben J. Green,. 49- a ant greater from mineral a health COnttJIt pDuPAYROLL 0'I

the children were Buffering from year-old'Jrampa engineer of the Po
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,. 0. anemia, and many rural women Sunbeam was killed 'and 10 persons :
were suffering from pellagra.Dr. GILLJS APPOINTED WORK OK JAIL were hurt lightly when the Perry Office,.
HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD RURAL Abbott and her co-worker : Tallahassee,-D. Stuart Gillis, Ocala,-Unemployed men In Seaboard Air Line's crack passenger two masked here r

COMMON SENSE. have found that in areas where DeFuniak Springs attorney and Marlon county who refuse Jobs train collided with an At- shotguns held men armed
cattle are affected by the "salt ofrered may be lantic Coast Line freight train Jp end tobbe
SenateIn when they are
GIFTS NEED president of the Florida Brooks-Scanlon
CHRISTMAS A PRIME
COTTON ,'
.- nick" deficiency, humans feedingon placed in jail on vagrancy south of here., )rporatlon
interesting cotton giftscan has been appointed by roll car
Many 1937, of
in the same $2200
In a time when national defense vegetable grown charges, Sheriff Gordon Moore- l'I1e
be made easily and Inexpen- areas also suffer mineral deficiencies Attorney, General-elect J. Tom said. Moorehead and his NEW LETTUCE VARIETY en route to the car
mindsof head
sively to decorate the home. For is uppermost In the of Watson to serve as first assistant Cnlll When
lack I
Florida's Ice-
particularly a arrested 18 negro men Jacksonville,- new halted.> The
the homemaker, cotton suggest a everyone, Dr. Ouida D. Abbott, general.BXPLODES deputies robbers
attorney
William
Iron. them with being berg lettuce, promoted by an automobile escar<< <
variety of' gifts' as each room in head of' the home economics research and charged
Failure of children In schoolto The sheriff said be did L. Wilson of the Florida State
the home presents needs. Turn' department In the University make proper progress often la SHELL vagrants.because local construction Marketing ]Board, Is proving quite BILL'S HILL.
t cottons for' durability, cane of of Florida Experiment Station -! so
directly traceable to malnutrition.Poor Jacksonville F I v e-year-old through popular and Is coming on the "That''a
cleaning, and low cost, the qualities IH calling attention to the work is being hampered II muht\
also loss to Bacon held a shqtgun fIDel'
nutrition causes Donald In
of to accept Jobs. market now ever increasing billfold '
refusal men your
the
desired In household furnish vital necessity for better nutrition.She wife
that is both children and adults through shell over a lighted match to see Those who are willing to work quantities. Consumers find it Christmas, wa maintains an airplane Ihelt
ings.Consider sickness and loss of' time fromwork. what would happen. His Index: told where they can ob- superior in many ways to the anYlh:
being
than its are
tea towels, pot-holders, no more efficient pilot, Dr. Abbott says that much finger was amputated at a hos- Moorehead ex- California variety and it has the I "Yes, the
tain employment bill
crisp curtains, or a new apron and a gun no better than its gun- of the charge 0 f shuTUesBness pital but physicians said hand added advantage of freshness and '-Wall St for (be bill
plained. Journal,
for the kitchen. Colorful plain ner. among Southern people Is due to and facial burns would heal and .
percales, gay prints, ginghams, National nutrition statistics reveal illness caused by lack of' proper Donald would recover. i P -- IW HIMKHI
and muslins offer' many possibilities -I that only one family in 10 nutrition.

to the Ingenious .dome sewer. has a good diet, lens than fourin With the Nation's agricultural COTTON DISAPPOINTING Looking For Something?

Bright pennant aprons combine 10 have passable diets, and the leaders now emphasizing; the prob- Tallahas eeThe 1941 Florida
practicability and smartness, and more than five remaining-over lem of nutrition, It Is .entirely' Sea Island cotton will total Whether You Are New In Bradford County"Or Have '''Lived

''' are equally enjoyable to make and SO percent of the families studied ting that Florida should, give the about 1800 bales instead crop of the Here All Your Life Whether You Want To Buy Or

receive. -.have poor diets. These statistics subject intensive study and its beginning of the season estimateof Sell You Will Find This Classified Directory A Great

Cottons find! many uses for the are true among the rich, the people should ,take action to 2500 bales. A planting season Convenience And An Easy Way To Communicate With
table, from full length table middle classes and the poor. themselves with the
acquaint continuedwet Readers
30 to 40 days late, plus Thousands Of Other Telegraph
cloths to hot-dish holders. Makea In a study of 3,000 families", In things required for proper nutrition cold weather followed by ex-

plate dolly set of' checked tea Florida Dr. Abbott found none treme drought and wind, caused -

toweling or cotton crepe for the with good diets, 23 percent with the abandonment of' at least 30 AUTOMOBILES EATING'HOT

friend who uses the popular potterylike passable, and 75 percent with poor Berry Acreage cent of the original contemplated ROOFING
a per --- -
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varl-colored f -
china. For diets, thoroughly incapable 0 0
china, use one color but choose a meeting the body's needs. She Short In Florida of the acreage comparatively, and was low the total.w. cause. PARTS- Used Tires Rebuilt PLATE LUNCHES, Sandwiches FOR ROOFING:.; \\11: 8H

different color for each mat and says that of 10,000 Florida women Generators, Auto Glaus-Canh And Short Orders MKTAL \\mm

napkin 'when the china Is alike. and children examined, three Strawberry acreage in Florida For Cars And Truck In Any Are Our Specialty. Metal Works", 1100 see N. GJ,\

Ir Thin'same Idea works out well for' fourths being rural children, 33 this season will total only 5.500 Concllt Ion.IJSKISS. SIIKLL: PLACKKoad St., Galnellli, Fla P-J
refreshment sets. percent were found to have a acres as compared with 7,200acres"lllSt AUTO PARTS
IS Stnrke, Fla. 12-6 1111
Closet accessories frequently season according to a Just North of Town On Horn 13
miMing in homes make novel and I I gifts and may be decorated by a report by the State Agricultural 12.6 1 .

b+ useful 'gifts. Shoe bags shoulder simple applique design. Marketing Board. The 1938-39 I FUEL. OIL RADIOSREPAIR

r guards laundry and garment bags Do not overlook the men and acreage was larger still total- ARMY GOODS .-_. I'
require little time and material boys when making gifts for the ing 8690. Uork 0"111.
L.
to make but offer unlimited home. Among the articles which The large reduction in acreage .-I' KEEP Prices In
SUPPLIES and Town.
possibilities for simple decoratlona. they would apreclate, are Is principally due to continueddry MILITARY ';q.; WARMINT Se
'e New
match-I novelties for all branches of Radios On I li.play! _
THIS ,
Plain or printed oilcloth Ing tailored curtains a n weather in the Starke Law- at'
the Rcr\ice. HEN SUSLOW, o r I MAi'RS': RADIO SER\f
is satisfactory' especially for a spread for their room, Individu ley, and Plant City areas during ER : |
209! E. Call St., Starke Fla. Stark, Fla.
large-sized shoe bag. ally-marked bath towels and the planting season. Scarcity of HEAT WITH OIL -
,
Bath mats of' quilted cotton pad- 'cloths, and their own shoe bags plants was also a contributingfactor. I'honeSTNDUD 65 I

ding make usable and attractive : and shoulder covers for suits. BARBER SHOPS OIL CO. 12-6 TYPEWRITERRemington
In spite of' the unusually dry -

fall, berry plants here are In NO WAITING Eight BarbersAt u. _. .-._ rortablrs IIn e.
good condition and early fruit Your Service. Shower, GAS term $,) down *3 a mo

now ,being "scrapped" is as large Prices start at $29,73.-B
Baths" A Specialty. nO. ___ _ ford County Telegraph.USED .
r, as ever seen here. Beneficial THREE: FRIENDS BARBER .
rains fell here over the week-end Cnn St. SHOP 12-6 ALL APPLIANCES For Home

4 lend 'you. sincere and And Oftlcp. Stoves, Heaters CARS
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Starke Situation hearty greetings, full of BUILDERS Water'lieaters, .:re. Satisfaction i* w
Guaranteed. FOR THE BEST IV.I 1 fen
Chriicma cheer for each .
ttt* Worries the beat prices< See Laij
of you. And w. add good AH Types of. construction, new GAINESVILLE GAS CO. F, Thioiias at DowntoHit'
I Red Cross HeadsThe Plans 072 So. Virginia Avenue
Hashing structures or repaint. ,
rflere's with. ** for ppinwi ando mobile Co., 1223 Mali
estimates, and architectural Gainesville, Fla. 12-6 JutawJ
Phone( 508,17,
fact that National Red "- p.ritjr during the next services free.-G. M. Davln,
.. Fla. Over 2M( ) to whet t r fr{
Cross officials are still 'concernedover valve months. general contractor, 736 E. -- --
lou] a tiappu health' conditions in Starke Depot, Gainesville, Fla. Phone HEATING 1-14-4

Is shown by a report submittedto 1064. 12-20 ..
Washlngtod last week by theorganization's Mayes' WATCHESIIKI'AIK
KEKP WARM Tfels Winter
; Holiday field director stationed -
BEAUTY PARLORS
With A QUAKER OilBurnIng -
at Camp Blanding.The Radio Service I Work \\llh \ Ci|
Ilenter. Clean. Economical -
report Indicated that the antee of Satisfaction.line .
SPECIALS At No Sacrifice Heat. Also G. E. Refrigerators. -
Influx of workmen and their families of Elgin and Rol
To each of who have contributed .
you i has affected' Starke more Starke, Fla In Quality 0 t Service Pay On Easy .Terms.DARBY'S Watches just received

,rl to our success and to those of you I than any other town. It' was LEILA'S BEAUTY SALON J. II. COrilTM\NH|

who have given us your fin. friend stated that Starke's populationhas ...1 l Call Street 12-6 Starke. Fla. 12-6 Starke, Fla.

risen from 1,500 In July to _
ship we extend a hearty and genuine _
more than 5,000 at the present

merry Christmas time.The
report of the Red Cross .
official' continued as follows: :
May Peace, Happiness and Prosperity "There has been comparatively ,' \' ,

s be yours for many, many years.GREEN'S little building activity in Starke ,...
which would help accommodate
outside residents and this has .
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STORE I
acute.made the housing! situation very ,

F (Signed) "In some instances as many as'

!MR. and MRS. L. J. GREEN, and Employees 30 persona occupy one house .. ..,
where
only one bath Is available.The .
i"
Starke sewerage system and *- ,
unitary conditions constitute a
.
subject of much concern.

"The public school system IH
I over-weighted with pupils due to
the large Increase in families

and while the teaching staff is

Inadequate, funds for employing
additional teachers are not available -


The." Red Cross Is the only HEALTH HAPPinESS

I charity organization working In
I the vicinity. The report briefly'

t covered existing conditions in ,

Penney Farms, Green Cove

Springs. Gainesville and Jackson a
ville. It was found that health "
t and sanitary conditions In those
PROSPERITY.
arena. present a less serious problem

s .

SCHOOL CLOSED EARLY .
\ ,-,, ......, .'." IJ I: ."r. t .r' YN1A Wi""""" Ga.lnesvllle-Dr. Wilburn Las-
.i ,.r. I" ". ,....,"...tI. ..' kin.14d alter, city health physician, said
that the public school of Alachua A glorious Christmas is our wish, of course,
13 miles north of Gainesville, had
to been closed several days earlier yet we want the sentiment to carry on throughthe

e''plin for the Christmas holidays follow- coming years. We want each of you to enjoy
ing the death o f an Alachua '
youth in the county hospital of )' Health Haf/ in'ess' and Prosperity.; It is our

I spinal meningitis. hope that your every wish will be realized, that

I BEST CHRISTMAS TRADE each ambition that the new
may materialize so_
OF THE SEASON I Jacksonville,-Retail trade in '
II Florida during the pre-Chrlstmas year may be the happiest of them all.
I
t season was reported to be better 1

," -. I than in any previous year-better
I even than the boom ;year of 1929. .
o.
Miami Jacksonville Tampa and
I the other larger cities in Florida

witnessed record crowds of .

We'd like to wish each of you all the Joys of I generally Christmas said shoppers.the volume Merchants of business -

the Yuletide Season because we feel deeply is greater and the average .. ." _

grateful to all our friends whom we have had customer merchandise is buying higher quality ;

the privilege of serving.
I "" TRAIN tSCIIEDtIHSouthbound : \


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No. 1 due Starke 11:35: P. M. ;
l May th. New Year *es the realization .
'
of ambition. and local. : : i : "') .
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your every
r No. lOT due Starke 9:28: A. M. :

r may you enjoy health, heppiness and local.No.

,, ? prosperity through the yea-s to com. 191 due Starke 10:33( : P.
U. Miami. .

p I: 2 due NorthboundNo. Starke 3:23: A. M. ", : \\.1 FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE

AMERICAN OIL CO. ,;
ly
local.No. .
I*Rt 108 due Starke 3:36: P. M. -' .. ;

through. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
C''r Starke an.1 Bell Brunch "ei'te: ; 4 0
SHANDS & BROWNLEE Distributors : Member FIorld
No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: A. M.

I I No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: P.
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pFCFM1iBER 2'7. 1910 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGKAPn. STAKKK, FLORIDA PAGE 'SKVEJT
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Members In State 'Cabinet cupied a cabinet neat. Park Pepper Wants Area meet the acute housing: shortageIn
New Trammell appeared at the cabinet
ferCv Record In Florida table in 1909 as Attorney I FASHION PREVIEW j Made Military ZoneAn the Blanding area," Senator .
[political General, and then became gover- Pepper said. "With the assignment -

three new men education; Nathan Mayo.commis- nor In 1913. Thomas E West, effort la being made to have I of the 31st Division and the
wIll be State Cabl- sioner of agriculture; Robert A. then the newly elected Attorney l 't'.. r an area of several miles around: 43rd Division of the National
,rven-member 7-and Gray Secretary of State, and J. General, assumed office In 1913, esh' Camp Blanding declared a MIlItary -. Guard to Camp Blanding, It has
\ next January M. Lee, comptroller. English, when Trammell was inaugurated + '' Zone In the hope that extensive -,
been found that officers and
pr record in y 2 men
political Mayo and Gray were nominatedand governor. housing construction may
,uI be a who desire to their families
elected without opposition.Lee Others who came to the cabinet ; be started with the benefit erfFHA bring
1'A
,Ja. L. Holland of Bartow defeated two opponents. first by election since 1909 1Il or other government financing to the area during their stay
rll and the &t:4 to In Camp are having the greatest
governor Aside from the governor were Ernest Amos. Inducted as according an announce-'
be the J. Edwin Lar- ment by Senator Claudrt Pepner. difficulty In locating housing accommodations. -
four In 1917
officer elected every years, there comptroller ; Rivers Ru- t 4' I ."
1111 will be the "We hope to at least partially
Jacksonvll1e have been few new faces broughtto ford Attorney General in 1921; .. > .
rl J. Tome Wat- J. M. Lee, <
comptroller in 1933,
will the cabinet for the first time .
'rn.asurer the At
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succeeding Amos; and Colin
'rl( by nomination and election. In English, superintendent of educa- .;::;.
''preselected In the No- between elections, vacancies have tion In 1936. succeeding W. S. oft .--:-<
11 :11 election, after occurred in several offices. These' Cawthon.
1 gene In: the May Demo- have been filled by appointments, Between them, six men have 1 r rh. t

opou ldmors!s, to succeed Gov.r. and In most cases the appointeehas occupied two cabinet offices for (, h ld 1 ; '

CoP: Attorney General been elected in the succeeding 100 years, J. Whltfleld., now ; .
miper Gibbs and TreIU 'election. Of the present cabinet justice of the Supreme Court; J. t tLd
J,. Vo Knott, who did not members!, Knott, Gray, Gibbs C. Luning, now dead, and Knott,
nfection. and :Mayo first were appointedand the present occupant, have held i.rr4
:
then were elected. I the Treasurer's office since 18i9.I 1't ':
Since 1900 Florida has had
re-tr only I Dr.; John L. Crawford, his son
one governor who previously oc- I H. Clay Crawford, both now (lead. .'
1 and Robert A. Gray have held the e <
Secretary of State's office since If'H
1881. W. M. Igou served briefly 1J' 1// 1 ,#t.
In 1929 when H. Clay Crawford } '
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died. .
Igou resigned and DoyleE. > .
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Carlton, then governor, appointed .''.f'''.'1,. k 'I .
Gray to succeed him. I I
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Gray without since: opposition.bus been reelected .t t\ 4 s

HE SEASON OF ::,.h' s'r I.

,. .: ,tl
Blanding Workers
t't ,,' .. 1
GOOD CHEER Must Get TagsOne !1' 1 ,
.
I t
day last week 140 work- '.;;::' "-- "v .. .. TMA
; t LHPJ nu
.t- 1 $
men at Camp Blanding were stop- i. aq

..finds us mindful of the ped by State auto ,license Inspec! ""

good things that have come tors. Only ten refused to buy'' For he gar whirl Chrtttmat parliet, young tide will rate ovtr th.
Florida tags at the office set up crlon. evmning "re,... in the December Good llouirkr.plng. Two
our way during the past year. of them art shown htr Fins It on* glistening stripes which comet in
A The fine friendships..thaexcellent for this purpose on the military champagne rayon net. The other it pat 6f... and III ro onand.r.ron'a'
repervation. They were arrested\ ''* bnJIrm I. .,.".01 with brilllnnlm.
patronage. .. both Chief Tag Inspector L. M. Me- I I. We are hoping that each of you enjoy the
have been instrumental in Cullough says that all persons! Progress Pleases of the 2000-pntlent hospital unit

enabling us to have a most working In Florida but using out- Maj.-Gen. PersonsMajor Is being speeded In every way' Merriest Christmas ever.
of-state licenses will be arrested possible, by the contractors. In'
successful year..so please unless they obtain Florida tags General John C. Persons, the effort to have it ready to accommodate -

accept our thanks for every without delay. commanding the Thirty-First DIvision the thousands of men Your consideration of this firm in the past
to be here (or training.
said"we've soon
thing. "For two months, he
expresses himself as betnf Much of the work Is nearly completed and it
been cooperating with has been of tremendous importance
well-pleased with the progress of However, the moat vital
these people. Now the gloves are
building construction at C amp it haa been described
off and we are going after them. Blanding.In portion-as is with gratitude for your patronage that we
by some officers the mesa
They'll either get tags or be ar.
STARKE ,DRY CLEANERS rested." many instances officers and kitchen section, Is not near readyfor extend our most cordial good wishes for the
soldiers arriving In the morning, use.
No workman Is forced to buya
AND LAUNDRY see their necessary living facUlties When the hospital Is completedand Yuletide Season.
tag until after he has "had a workmen befor
completed by equipped It will require the
payday. nightfall. Plumbers carpenter services of about 100 enlisted
tourists are not
Vacationing and others who are employed i In
240 640 en-
affected.Ailett'j physicians nurses
construction and other capac UNION BUS STATIONLACY
listed personnel member's, 30 dietIcians -
ties are working day and nigh; and scores of civilian work.
to put this big Army rest'J'vatlmIn :
ers who must be of civil service
shape by the time it will have rating. These persons will Include CONWAY, Agent
reached its full manpower of technicians and others of

about 40,000 officers and men. Hurglclul and medical status, X- Conway's Service Station
General Persons stated that he ray and laboratory experts, pharmacists
hud Inspected practically all of cooks, bakers, ward and
CLeat the large tract, much of It on mess attendants.
tiJfpnaJ foot and expressed satisfaction "'II
at the rate at which the many;;
departments are being completed, (

Speed hospital ConHtmrllonCompletion
of the construction

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0 0 This is the season of the year when we welcomethe BUS NorllilHiiind SCHKOUM5 V 0

to renew friendsnips and to Leave Starke,--7:40: A. M., 2:30A. : SeQ4odi' milersfitting Q4ee19opportunity
opportunity M.. 12:30: P. M., 1:43: : 1'. 11.; .;III

express our appreciation for your cooperation 6:10: 1'. M.: 10:10: P. M. _
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SouthhoundLeave -----
which made possible a very satisfactory !
Has
Starke-4:30: P. ,M.; 2:10:
II for us. A. M.; 10:20: A. M.; 2:20: P. M.; to express ourappreciation

.cr-t-aff'l:; year 5:20: P. M. for

abundant joy to you t"MllthulIlI,1 your consideration
May the Yuletide bring Leaves Stnrke--.7:15: : A. H..; Leave
and the New Year bring true Starke, for Palatka and St. Augustine V could not be found
/111j and yours may 5:20: I P. M., than at Christmas-time. i
health and happiness to each and everyone tt'esttnwnd( The Holiday Season,
Leave Starke. 7:40: A. At.; 11:00:
of with its spirit of good cheer
you. ''A. M.; Leave Starke for Luke
I Butler, Perry, and Tallahassee ...' and friendliness, brings to '
5:35: P. M. mind the splendid associationsthat

Sheriff Passengersculled for and de- have been ours during the
ANDREU
A. 0. livered free within city Bmitss.Station .
must be notified 30 minutes past year. We gratefully acknowl
before scheduled arrival of edge your consideration and favors. '.

Bradford County, Florida busxea. Phone 147. The confidence shown is our incentive to

NEW KKI.IKF KOKSOUK even greater service during the years to

STOMACH come. It leads us to keep thoughtfully in

Probably you know stomach several mind your needs and desires so that we may
remedies (to relieve acid
i and ucld-indlKeBllon. Blsmu-Rex, efficiently fulfill them. The old year holds

tll new delicious tasting nntiacl scores upon scores of cherished memories-new
powder, arts' four ways to give acquaintances made-the closer binding of old ties


Buy a bottle of Fllsmn-Kex for why, as the old year draws to a close amid the good

J$ 50c at the Rexall! Drug Store.- fellowship of Christmas time, we consider it an honor to
i
t ',I Carpenter's Drug, ; Store In Starke. extend compliments of the season to our good friends of this

ELCOMEANT 4.3 ? !, ,.. I..... ...... / area. The sincere wish of every member of this organizationIs
', ,. ,
"'I satisfaction in the
that we may continue to serve you to your

J ::, t ) f years to come. We wish for you the Merriest Christmas you have

.tA //i: ';;"" ; \\ <;(1.'f}. ever known and a year full of happiness, health and prosperitv with
/ I the fulfillment of your
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A 'V
I I\f\ .,
1/ r I every ambition and

I plan and vis
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again say to


YOU'VE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE Merry ChristmasHappy good each HAPPYNEW friends of our




You can't go wrong with these people, Santa.

We've lived with them a long time, and have enjoyed YEARTo


their unselfish attitudes, their thoughtfulness new Year .,

other fellow. ,
and consideration of the I The People of The Community:
that's hye .
*
They've been mighty good to us, and

them. What bee).r 9T****? topr Sincerely, Thankfully, Respectfully,

want you to be good to .. ..* sue d..p..t

appreciation for alt ru Jim Forest.

AGENCY bar. don !lot tuT
HAROLD C. WALL
I HARTFurniture '
GUIDON GRILL
COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Co. -.


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!'A .& main"____ __ __ BRADFORD COryTT .TELEORAPH. STARKK. FURmA FIt1I1.lY Utn......._ I
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:Mrs. L. R. Gainey Is spending! NOTICK Of APPLICATION FOR .
recent contest conducted by an honorary BROOKER TAX HKF.U .r'y under
Tie Bradford County Telegraph I Christmas with her children In (fa...... Bill ro. let) the s 14
journalism fraternity By Mr. L. L. Parker Jacksonville. NOTICW IS HEKKBY UIVEV. Dl4lialteure ,. h"lIItlIe1"n 0I11"U"

KatabllttlMMl 1877 In more than half the nations of the Mrs. Tilghman Honored Tom MarBey 'made a bJi.nEsatrip That Certificate Noah No.Taylor 6 11. Issued holder the of Tux 7th: Unl""' 'II"' 'aid, re'11111talt

islblar Yed Weekly on Frld i.and'Entered -.:8eo- world December 25 will be just another day. Complimenting: Mr. Estelle to* Gainesville last week. dRY filed of same Sept.In mb my r, A.office I). J938 and has haH "old property to lh dexrrndl,1. "to.

_d Clans,Mutter at the Font Office at Starko, Fla. Death and destruction will continue their Tllffhman. a recent bride Mrs.H. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Kelley and .bv.lHHUed mail. application thereon.fur. Said a tax dttttt to dayljou"fhe""r, "r "
Cn Starke Sunday
Oft .
certificate
H. Mrs. I.. B. Crosby childrenwere I. I
Mott.
._._ embrares the 'following; described 11141, "hI"
- and whlrh
SUBSCRIPTION RATE unprecedented twin rule of Europe and Mrs. E. B. Crosby, enter- visiting'Mr.: and Mrs. J.' W. Kel-, property In the Conntf. of Bradford February- 1111s th....

Vaarty,'1. O'; Six Month. 75o-Payable b* AdvanceAdvertiftfHft" Asia. The youth of these-nations will have ,tained Tuesday afternoon with a ley.I' mate. H Sy' of of Florida SWM .of torWlU NWii Sec. 23' ber Dul". 194&., .111.1. Wth. bld"1
Rate on XppllcattonTi little time for the worship of God' 'on the shower.tUHolly. AmQ g .those on the sick list Twp.Arr.a.. G 8..-"''RluIC4l"' 12: Ka.t., 20 OFFICIAL

I .' : 'arrival'' berries .and Christmas this week are: Mrs. V. V. Hazen The assessment. of the said I Ch rk of t'IrnUll .)
'anniversary of His 01111' Sony!! on prop POlln.v...., ., ". COM. ,
lJonred Christmas Classics \ decorations were used to lend and son, Jimmy, who are 111 with r "'N".. -' <' '
; ( earth. In its stead theywill'hasten* to kill
of the occaattwrGames
f 1 Rdl.tt Rear Spirit Of The Day atmosphere I flu. O. J. Mott who has been, CLASSIFIEDAnfPrivate
,
t and maim ,their brothers. that CHrlst. died were enjoyed'1Il1d'pIIIIIe.: : confined' to hlsbed for several ....
uringICbt'istmaa week, it >1jeerns.to'b; Mto save. were won by Mrs. Tllghman Mm days, is lmprovl g.'. H., H. Mott, -
ttaa r concern with;the' troublesome pfdbfem4'T Hazel Crosby and JoaUa who her' been suffering with his FOR. SALE -Tbr -chalr: barber NOISELESS
!
We, the youth of Americae: -must be the Barry. rushed to the hos shop very reasonable, for cash. Standard REkl Q
was
the workaday i world' might best be for- appendix Two 20-foot office
mirrors.
ever-faithful guardians of the last strong- Mrs. Tilghman received many pital"Sunday night and was op- -T. E. bun, like ales.
t 'cotteh and more time spent in remembering H Mott to Moore 1215 7th'St..,. S. W., flex
hold of the Spirit of Christmas. For thereis lovely and useful gifts. erated on. Mrs. H. Value $50
,
ilu real significance of Christmas Day. no one idea that personifies Christianityas Later In the afternoon, a salad very 111 with pneumonia. Mrs. Winter Haven. Fla. 12-20 2tp I Telegraph, Starke'1 clah_

f for this reason,' .we are devoting our this sacredof course, sandwiches and 'coffee I Ellis Clemons Is still confined to' .
does the celebration of most were served. her bed. Aubrey Hazen is very FOR SALK New and'use4 FURNISHED: CO

editorial columns in this issue to a collec<< sacred days. Junior and Vivian" Plnholster I 111 in the Alachua County Hoe- trailer bargains. E & S Trailer Lake Santa Fe. OTmA
4'I Mart of inspiring Christmas tho t I We wish them all a speedy' Sales located at Palm Trailer Waldo. Electric
pital.
I ugh s.cIIt .
] inclined to
Too often, lowever, we are of Jacksonville are visiting\ their 'I Park, Orlando' Fla. Alma 'and sing water hqultrbJewelry
erect: from here and there and pub- treat Christmas a bit too lightly. We are grandmother. Mrs I. W. Pin-' recovery. I National Trailers. tf Cu"

Iiartd! in the hope that they might enable holster CailJetA.mWANTEDBoard
inclined to look upon Christmas as "just Typewriter and atMing machine i
The Sewing: Club met at the '
tsrtr readers to appreciate more fully andtxcrye another boliday.1t gives us a chance to home of Mrs. George Hazen; ribbon also other office supplies.TYPEWRITERS.."New Remlng-
1 for sale at the Bradford County: ton portables, $5 down $5 a sad
more reverently the day which we Tuesday. After the businessm
receive nice gifts and enjoy a brief respite Telegraph Office. 1 month. Prices start at $29.75. family In I
etui Mrs. O. B. Colson was vicinity,
alt Jove well. ; by
so from work at the same time. "What a great presented with a towel set as a -Bradford County Telegraph, Bradford gentleman\
''o help capture' the proper mood we day this Is!" *we cry. birthday guff t. Starke;Fla; tf County Ttl

idoff with a beautiful poem from "The But before -w e become permanently The next meeting will be at LOST .
:
the home of Mrs. Frankie Hazen. Jersey
Al djrnist'' :: grooved in such an ,erroTieousJ-r,, a i n of Refreshments of apple pie with FOR SALE : white face one mulch hors co

A Star Blazed Out thought, let tis take cognizance of the true whipped, dream and coffee were i Four-wheel trailer 7x18 ft. 1 the other crooked w

Another day has come and gone. meaning of Christmas.One served Hazen. by Mrs.the O. hostesses W. Mrs.and Used show cases;; 4, 6, and ward marked: to and finder.Tate unbend
Barry
.. Ah, the days slip by and the world thousand nine hundred and forty Mrs. Vivian Parker 8 ft. .

swing on! .years ago Jesus Christ was born. Since Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglasand 1 10,1FOR Priced Right ..For Quick LOST-.

'. :The. world swings on while the starry sky that time the Christian people of the world Mrs. O. I.. Hazen were In Sale name lEyeglasses"Leeds" White In a

.'. d 'Holds. the same,; old. stars as the days have revered and celebrated that holy night. I Starke Mrs. Wednesday O. C. Kelley of was last week.shop- GLASS OF ALL KINDS Y.. near Orange blow p

" ,t : slip b y.: Too few of them remember that Jhey are ping In Gainesville Friday.Mr. :-t And Automobile glass installed B.and Madison St. Rn,
Duncan
And the starry sky that smiles on you expressing humility and thanks to their God and Mrs. 'pyod: 'Crosby and A MERRVCHRISTMAS while, you wait., Ferryman'; or care P 0, 01 f

) Is the same old sky. that the Wise Men who gave them His only Son to die that children in are Greensboro spending Fla.the with holidays D 1 Lake front lots on east shore Starke. Fla.

knew they might live. Let us remember and Mrs: Crosby's mother, Mrs. John- of.from Santa Keystone Fe lake Heights, four, mile IOOx I LOST Cameo: pin in OMJ

; When the Wise Men saw by the sinkingsun practice this on Christmas day when many' ton. 300 ft.-Sold on easy terms.. Reward for return toi
Mr. and Lloyd
Mrs. Barry, and E. Torode, Torode
spirits Are downtrodden. children are visiting Mrs. Barry'sfather Bee Co., Starke Fla. C

Another day hi. gone. Throughout this war-torn world there Mr. Allen L Camerly: In ALL GOOD JOE PETER'S'
GLASS
4 .- FOR RENT
Another day has come and gone-- is one spirit that still survives-the spiritof Wauchula Leo J.. LaChance this week was' visiting WISHESTo 438 N. SHOP 9th. St. fireplace-Comforuu'with and t

,And what of ourhopes? When the day Christmas. In some nations the worshipof I relatives in Jacksonville,Sunday. Our;,Friends': Phone 586' 'Gatneavllfo. ; ,Fla. (for two m e n.-Sri
God has 'been so suppressed that this The Rev. J. L. Norrls-ot, : La- ?' Long.
id done thii .
at .r ojorjous
spirit is but a dying ember; in others it is Crosse attended chifjrfeh'. :services a. WANTEDSmkll
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glory fades from here Sunday morntftjjx:; ; .* Christmastide'' FOR SALE-1939 Tudor Chevrolet -
a forgotten spark. Let us thank God that Leagton meat for light honk
sight. Mr. and Mrs. : Wynn sedan excellent condition .
.Our hopes ride on through the whisp- in these United States of our's it.is still burn- 'of Hampton attended chiirch ,here. and a' throughout. Low mileage, one Fla.Write \A-li' Box 395,
I Sunday and were dinner -guests' HAPPYNEW owner. 1525.: -Richard & Ham-
ing merrily one of the faggots of
ering night; many of'Mrs.. I. W. Plnholster. iter Motor Co., Starke, Fla. It
FOR
Our hopes ride on in the vaulted blue. the everlasting torch of "Life, Liberty, and 'Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowelf of YEARBenny's. near ARMY Keystone OFFICER Heigh!!.

the Pursuit of Happiness." Mlcanopy were. visitors here Sun FOR SALE-193d International
Like the same old hopes that the Wise Ing Camp Blending on
Men knew While the Four 'Horsemen of the I day.Mrs. Grocery. pickup truck, Ideal farm vehicle ful Spring Lake, Ne (
George Larmore and son $165. 1929 Chevrolet
When the Wise Men saw by the sinkingsun Apocalypse ride the skies of Europe, a Jack and Mrs. Donnie Robersonof Guy Sale, Algr. long wheel base' truck 35.00 water for r, e etc.n treasonable, paved rod,

kindly gentleman dressed in red rides our, St. Petersburg were visiting cash.-Richard & Hamiter Mo- Mr. Norman, Juki

Another day had gone. skies. God grant that 'his ride may never relatives here Sunday. tor Co., Starke Fla. It 5.-0530

cease! .' .:
Another day has come and gone- ';

But a star blazed there and another ,
And now, in conclusion, we may reflect

I; dawnSJaaILscatter upon the true meaning of Christmas

,t the doubts the shadow ChristmaSs as it was originally called,

brings, means the celebration of the birth of Jesus
? With a blessed promise i of better of Nazareth. .

things; Nowadays, His life would be. called a I .-, PEACE
Shall scatter the doubts. ,t like the morn- ;
failure. He was misunderstood. He was 1'i
ing dew ,.
antagonized by the thinking men of his
With the same old promise the Wise
7 .. WORTH
time. And finally.W know that lie was
Men knew '
{
condemned and hung on the cross. But .,
When the Wise Men the, '
saw by risingsun
xk still we celebrate His birth, because todaywe .
DEFENDING .
'
''i realize that the triumph of Jesus totally .. .
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Another day had come. y .0 --
eclipses every other social and spiritual victory ..i" j'erterw' .

since time began. Why? Because His .. _

Then there is this splendid Christmas life portrayed man at his best. In His innate -

efitorial, written by a Texas high school simplicity truth and goodness He gave

y.ath, which was awarded first place in. a God .to man!
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Greenwood Cbe ser, were shopping in .Starke

,ref At Last By ..... Mildred ..0A Saturday afternoon.We ,
are sorry to report that r'I'
large crowd from this metlon J.. C. Pringle 19 very sick and "t.1'..'
ForYour Cough attended church aervtcea at w* hope he will soon be out

f Evergreen over the week-end. again. J ,
.. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sapp and Mrs. G. W. .
.1IIon relieves ptdnp fly be- Rahme, Sr., returned
1.Ann...t right to the Rat of the children .were shopping In Starke home Tuesday afternoon !;
t....... &It bp! I meen and expel Saturday afternoon. after spending several days with fr4i'
aaa Men phlegm, and aid
v,F ....* and heal'Taw, tender natureD In- Wayne Longshore and Warren her son-in-law and daughter Mr 1 ,
bronchial mucous mem- Edward spent the week-end at and Mrs. Earle L. Chesaer.Mrs. .
i ..._...OW1 your druggist to Jell you the home of Mr. and )(.... .jr. A. C. A. Pringle and daughter. h. .
,aa>..-.of Creomulaion o'
with the tanBO Chemer. .
Minnie Lee and Jewell were
*you must Ilk*the it
way
r alloy the coogh-or you are Mrav W. E. Kirkland and son. bopping In Starke Saturday aft'
....i TOW money back. Harold, spent Sunday with Mr. ernoon.
CREOMULSIONsWrsm and 111'11..1. A. Cbesaer.Mr. Several members from this sec !
and Mrs. J. A. Oknaer. and ion attended the baptism at
L.Chest Col Jj.BronchiHs i daughter. Mr. and Mr*. Earle L Spring Lake Sunday afternoon. iC .1(1
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MANY w ,. Where t'0 "
is peace? Where
good will
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< :It,.. From _How Are Private'Utilities Prepared? \
current history, '
we
Jr.w' are learning
; how
MANY precious is peace how .
worth. They have facilities
while the generating ,, cops
Americ4n
way of life how ble of
worth defendingf! producing more than enough required

,.. Vital in the power.
United
d States'
MANY defense Is program of. Their networks of interconnected
I electric power to turn the
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wheels of transmission systems reach practically
G1UETIHGS, industry and to supply the ..
many services all populated
on areas.
z .,,, safety and which this'CO-Jntry's! '
THANKS, ,.'i' welfare'depend.' .Their skilled:I crouuWJorts; trained in
As part of- the great electric powlc In. j operation, and managefoent ate>always
Af',tkU; ,. q\d\ aaaion .aideas'r dustrr. Sunshine .-
.d..fey. 4'a'4ea+v Se1'\iCecanpany "ready to mee teni_ jirtci. Bt.v; ., ,
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..wR. .*.. p..c.., good wiI.' 164k e.alpsril.asVip fa,r-r..I... slue P PI.. uf, say ieaare.thot this adv t8w! Their vast' rea MJi f wipfrteni. 'i"and .

.ariyyod: fallow nip if w c.aH.wi 1Ir.$1.. -.1>'1'"...'..-I. ;.. .........11..,... ply: aU h. power needed> for national to..".l .capital are prorapByavaJabS.Their f e
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I ; te .Nw .1"p.isa.asaiaw a f"Pat" ._. n.. Mepaeee6leu al doe eledrie ..
.t.o.Ution. of 160.. I that American power I 6ldustry .Y.aoNl .
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[ B ,,1..rw.tl..f seat dear. ath6ee that Am.nc.p.e Ibe p'freed -.y of .... It=!' .

Pud.d by Pt"... .nt.rprt arc caps HX .1et1ty
of the UNted St.,.., M Wet as br he M1Md (sloes
SAM! ROSENBERG & SON .t i' .

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BRADFORD COUNTY .TELEGR.4.pn. STAUKF Jl'Jun.\y. I
,*GI RICUrr' FLORIDA"j = bfCI: :
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Mrs. L. R. Gainey la spending NOTICE Of APPI.ICATIOV: FOR erly --

recent contest conducted by an honorary BROOKER Christmas with her children In <<<"*' ..!.TAX.. Bill ItKKII 1NOTICB 1\'o. tell Sued under"; In the aid o,,
The Bradford ..t "
Helen'
County Telegraph
journalism fraternity: Uy Mrs. I. U Parker Jacksonville. IS HERKBY UIVFN. Hallett: ftlLtnt
bkncS8 That Noah Taylor balder of Tax
KutablMxMl 1877liabdlaled.Weekly of the Martfcy 'made a Certificate No. 58. limued "Rid
In more than half the nations Mrs. Honored Tom the 7th redepemed' r.rtln
Tilghman t.
week. day of Hopt.mlMMV. A. I>. lt38. bas
last de e'rl6
Gainesville : sir toeourlhouwer
-- --- trip to oy +
Estelle eol
another Mr filed In office.
world December 25 will be just day. Complimenting same my and ban
on Friday and Entered M Seo- and
,
Kelley
bride. Mrs. Mr and Mrs. O. C. mad application for a tax deed to hll'h..t bias
.sri Clans.Matter at the'font 0I(1ee.at. Starke, Fla.SUBSCRIPTION Death and destruction will continue their Tilghman a recent L. B. Crosby children were In Starke Sundayvisiting'Mr. ,t>. lusued. th..mon. Said certificate 1841 In the u nroni IA', fl
H. H. Mott Mrs. embraces the 'following devrrlbed which n
--- BATH - unprecedented twin rule I of Europe and and Mrs E. B. Crosby enter- and Mrs. J. W. Kel-, property In the .Conuty.,. of Bradford. February UCI I. tilt or trt,
atnte: of Florida tO'Wtt: Dated
Asia. The youth of these-nations will have tained Tuesday afternoon with a ley. N'\ 'of SWrof NWVi See. U betlae.lhl. Ittb-
r-t7. $1 JW>; Six Month. 75o-Payable fat Advance' shower. Among; those on the sick list TwpT .5 8.Astftti' V'1I3 East. 20 ( ray 0
little time for the worship God1 on the Acre. OBFICIAI
en AppUcathMtTimeHonored
,
Adverttsbtg'Rates PEAIy
,. : Holly berries and Christmas thla week are: Mrs. V. V. Hazen The assessment. of the Maid prnn- I (('le"lt of t'I,'eult A. l
'arrival'on t ''
Y 'anniversary of His OPlly"'- Son"s ''"Iv. Flnrly, Coa" of
used to lend 111 with
decorations were and son Jimmy, who are
Christmas Classics earth. In its stead they will 'ha>8t'eh"' to ,kill atmosphere of the occasion. flu. O. J. Mott who has beenconfined CLASSIFIED AJtu

Edict Real Spirit Of The Day apd maim their brothers that' Christ died Games were enjoyed..- nd>:prles to his bed for several '. "

During!Christmas week,'it 'ems to lis; to save. '. '. were won by Mrs. THghman,, Mra.. days, is Improving:, ,H.. II. Mott, FOR SALE -Three-chair barber --
and Miss."Joella his
with NOISELESS
Hazel Crosby
NY ; has been suffering
.or CIODCern'with.the'; troubl ""mme pfoWehndf We, the youth of AmerJcamust: be the Barry. appendix who waa rushed to the hospital "shop very reasonable for cash. Standard' REMINC

the workaday, world tnight best be 'for- ever-faithful guardians! of ,the last .strong Mrs. Tilghman received many 'Sunday night and was op- Two 20-foot 1215 '7th mirrors.St. -T. E. built, like otflce Dew IIze,'
Moore a. w.
,
fetrtteh. and more time spent in remembering hold of the Spirit of Christmas. For there lovely and useful gift. erated on. Mrs H. H< Mott is Winter Haven Fla. 12-20' 2tp value $50 _

Il tit: real significance of Christmas Day.for .is no one idea that personifies Christianity Later In the afternoon and a'coffee salad very Ellis Clemons ill with is pneumonia.still confined Mra to Telegraph Stark.Iht
sandwiches
this ''reason ,1' 'we ate devoting our as does the celebration of this most sacred course, her bed. Aubrey Hazen is very FOR SALE New and ue4 FURNISHED COTTA

' editorial columns' in this issue to a collec .of sacred days. were .served. Vivian, Plnholster ill in the Alachua County Hoc trailer bargains. E & S Trailer Lake Santa
Junior and Electlh
located
Sales at Palm Trailer
I We wish them all a speedy Waldo mllgry
!flint of inspiring Christmas thoughts, Too often, however, we are inclined to of Jacksonville are visiting their pital. Park, Orlando' Fla Alma 'and water Inquire)

.itUh red from here and there, and pub treat Christmas a bit too lightly.. We are I grandmother Mrs I. W. Pinholster. recovery. National Trailers. tf Jewelry Co.. CallIetvUIWANTEDBoard
.
linbetf In the hope that they might enable inclined to look upon Christmas as "just The Sewing: Club met at the Typewriter,and adding machine TYPEWRITERS..>New

.or; readers appreciate 'more fully, and another holiday.** 1t gives us a chance to home of Mrs. George Hazen ribbons sale also at the other Bradford office suppliesfor County ton portables $5 down Remlng-$5 a private and

ixerfre more reverently the day which we receive: nice gifts and enjoy a brief respite Tuesday After the business Telegraph Office month. Prices start at 129.75. vicinity family III 81
Mrs. G. B. Colson. was by
stt love so welt. :.- e from work at the pave time. "What a great meting presented with a towel set as a -Bradford Starke Fla. County Telegraph, Bradford County gentlelllah Tel

:To help capture'' the proper mood we day this is I" we cry. birthday, gif: '" tf

1.11' off with beautiful from "The The next meeting: will be at .
a poem But before w e become permanently LOST: Jersey
the home of Mrs. Frankie Hazen. IIIl1ch
isC'A grooved in such an ,.erroneousy ttr.. a i in ,of: Refreshments of apple pie with FOR SALE : rl white the other face 6ne horn<

Star Blazed Out thought, let us taKe cognizance oi the true whipped i''dream and coffee were Four-wheel trailer 7x18 ft. i marked and crooked ov

Another day has come and gone, meaning of Christmas.One Hazen.served by Mrs the O. hostesses W. Barry Mrs.and Used show cases;/ 4, 6, and ward to finderTaleLOSTEyeglanaee unbend

I Ah, the. days, slip by and the world thousandnine hundred and forty Mrs. Vivian Parker. 8 ft. .

,t swings on!. years ago Jesus Christ was born. Since Mr. and Mrs J. K. Douglas Priced Right ,For Quick ta

''TQworld 'swings on while the starry sky that time the Christian people of the world and Mrs. O. L. Hazen were in Sale name "Leeds" White, t
Starke of last week.
Wednesday Y.,
' .Holds. the same- old stars as the days have revered and celebrated that holy night. Mrs. O. C. Kelley was shop- GLASS OF ALL KINDS neat Madison Orange bland
St.
? slip by Too few of them remember that.,hey are ping In Gainesville Friday.Mr. And Automobile glass installed B. Duncan, care

''c, And the starry sky that smiles on you expressing humility and thanks to their God and Mrs. 'l-yon'Crosby. and IO/FOR A MERRV'CHRISTMAS while, you wait., Perryman, or P. o' i
children are spending; the holidays -
( Is the same old sky. that the Wise Men who gave them His only Son to die that In' Greensboro Fla.,. with' of Lake Santa front Fe lots Lake on
r knew' they might live. Let -us remember and Mrs. Crosby's mother, Mrs. ,John- from Keystone Heights, box pin in opal

{ When the Wise Men saw by the sinkingsun practice this on Christmas day when many son.Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd, .Barry and 300 ft.-Sold on easy terms.. E.Reward Torode for, return Toroto to c\

spirits are downtrodden. 1 children are visiting Mrs. Barry's S- Co.. Starke Fla.

Another day had gone. Throughout this war-torn world thereis father, Mr. Allen,CSv Camerly" In ALL GOOD JOE PETER'S GLASS FOR RENT.-.ComtoruS

one spirit that still survives-the spiritof Wauchula this wee WISHESTo 438 N. SHOP 9th. St. with fireplace and
Another day has come'and gone-- Leo J. LaChance was visiting tw
'
Christmas. In some nations the worshipof relatives In Jacksonville,Sunday. 0 r)1.ieds.,: Phone 59Q, Gainesville. Fla. I. :for two m e n.-4j'.
And what of our hopes? When the day Long
, : The Rev. J. L. Morris-of LaCrosse -
God has been so suppressed that this '
is done, : attended ,\services at thh- IQr jous'Chrisfnlastide'? '
others chiftch WANTED-fSnuia
'( spirit is but a dying ember; in it i ia ig a' FOR SALE-1939 Tudor furnbht]
mornlngi Chevrolet
When the'sky's I last glory fades from here Sunday 'I.i \ ; ment for light house
forgotten spark. Let us thank God that Mr. and Mrs. Leo ton: Wynnof sedan excellent condition Write
sight, and ,A-V Box 39S,
Hampton attended chtorch ..here a' a throughout. Low mileage one
in these United States of our's it is still burn- Fla.
Our hopes ride on through the whisp- Sunday and were dinner ,guests HAPPYNEW owner $525.-Richard & Ham- .
ering night; ing merrily, one of the many faggots of of'Mrs. I. W. Plnholster. iter Motor Co.. Starke, Fla. It FOR ARMY OFFICER
C
the everlasting torch of "Life, Liberty, and 'Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell of .YEAR near Keystone
Our hopes ride on in the vaulted blue, Height,
the Pursuit of Happiness." llcanopy were. visitors here Sun- FOR SALE-1936 International ing Camp
Blending M.
lake the same old hopes that the Wise day. Benny's Grocery,
While the Four 'Horsemen of the pickup truck ideal farm ve- ful Spring Lake, NevJ
Men knew, Mrs. George Larmore and son hicle. |165. 1929 Chevrolet for rent reasonable,

When the Wise Men saw by the sinking Apocalypse ride the skies of Europe, a Jack and Mrs. Donnie Roberson Guy Sale, Mgr.. long wheel base' truck $35.00 water, etc.. paved roid]
.. kindly gentleman dressed in red rides our of St. Petersburg were visiting cash.-Richard & Hamlter Motor Mr. Norman, Jicki
sun, relatives here Sunday. Co.. Starke '
Fla. it 5.0530X
skies. God grant that his ride ,may never
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Another day had gone. ..,
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I cease
Another has and I
day come gone-
,
But a star blazed there, and another And now, in conclusion, we may reflect "

' dawn upon the true meaning of Cluistmas-

Shall..scatter the doubts the shadow Christmass, as it was originally called, 'jj

t brings, means the celebration of the birth of Jesus

With, a blessed promise J of better of Nazareth. ; I j -
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things; Nowadays, His life would be. called a \ ": PEACE

Shall scatter the doubts like the morning -
1
,,, failure. lie was misunderstood. He was

dew antagonized by the thinking men of his : '

With the same old' promise the Wise time. And final1y"w know that He was ; WORTH

, 'Men knew, condemned and ,hung on the' cross. But, .

When the Wise Men saw by the rising still we' celebrate His birth, because todaywe DEFENDING!

44 sun, realize that the of Jesus 't -
triumph totally .. .S''", ..- ,
ti Another day had come. eclipses every other social and spiritual vic- ;. .,." '
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tory since time began. Why? Because His ..,. .

Then there is this splendid Christmas life portrayed man at his best. In His in-

iitorial, written by a Texas high school nate simplicity' truth and goodness He gave

.jauth. which was awarded first place in. a God to man! t
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GreenwoodBy Chewer were shopping in Starke
Hfef At List Saturday afternoon.We a lnl
H.. Mildred Chewier .s.t. : ,:
are sorry to report that ;. ..
A lance crowd from this section 3., C. Pringle Is very sick and .y '
ForYour attended church service at we hope he will soon be out "J.
Cough Evergreen over the week-end. c," ,
again.Mrs.
---1. tlan relieves promptly beacons ttr. ,and Mora J. D. Sapp and G. W. Rahme. Sr., returned : :
._ right to the seat of the children were shopping Starke home Tuesday afternoon 7 3
/....IM tm .. help! loosen and txpelIlea Saturday afternoon. after spending several days with V
phlegm, and aid nature Wayne Longshore and Warren her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. .'L
Os and heal' tender In- jh
'raw.
,/ .aasrttal tatonchlal ''mucous mem- Edwards spent the week-er d at and Mrs. Earle L. Chesser.
..111 your druggist to Jell :yea the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mr*. C. A. Pringle and daugh- '
.......,Creomulslon with the unKnng Chesser.Mm. ters. Minnie Lee and Jewell were
you mast like the way it .. W. K. Kirkland and son, hopping In Starke Saturday aft
allays the cough'or you are
r't
eats yaw money beck.REOMU1SiON. Harold spent Sunday with Mr. ernoon. .
and Mm,: J. A. Chesaer.Mr. Several members from this section
:
and Mrs. J. A. Cbemer and attended the baptism at
pf--r s.dsChtst Colds Bronchitis daughter. Mr. and Mra. Earle L. Spring Lake Sunday afternoon. -tc -t *
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'..t "' It deeper significance this year, to Florida and all Americl

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1GRLETh1G MANY e'r Where is peace? Where T
good will?. '
How Are Private Utilities Prepared?
From t
1 } current history, we are 1 '
.tJr-.wJ
MANY i. ; how Precious is worthThey have
while' the American 21v generating facilities, capable
r of life. hew of producing more than enough required .

.. defending power.
MANYjTHANKS --- defense is Program of Their networks of Interconnected
electric
Power to turn the
[ $ wheels of industry and to supply the transmission' systems, reach- ,practically
many services 1lpptilatedaras.
on which this'
.... safety and oatntl: a Their '' l
,.. welfare depend.' skilled o ganisatiora, trainee! in

.i As part of the great electric power'In.. j operation and management .ate>always '

't Ar,this glad'..ion, 'ffe:-r f.>y..v..d> ...-y IS to Slll'lSbmeSefOliceoompany Thee-emMnendeBV-, ; '

i .. .. 'lk.. .. ... !.. tbegtn say this COlIn private H rtp&eni And ...
.. peace* qood wiI- r c. siif. Fwyeas- "' '-.. elf el P. i' un -Companies are readv N3W ,- capital .
I '..a.:9Pocf': c..lia e Mi ).1'.. .h ft. ply U fomatiorS are promptly Ave ::' oj
power
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w atadt it .4d.1OCe. w'- years,\o csms. .'!.,,.. hr,. 'dlll..i .di.tdaw plate coordinated efficiency*, '/
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Meec end
S-Jrf by pn,... enbrpHa, er WSTfc1. capably, *****
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