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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 3, 1941
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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 traicbprries[ This Side of Heaven .; I

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Starke Enjoys Its Busiest, Dizziest


All Agree That Holiday Season Was Best''

City Survey In History Bank Deposits Now Double ;r

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Amount On Hand A Year Ago ,
To Be Conducted

YY.r Tired but happy business men haven't had time to. figure their
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Bv Scouts profits yet, but all are unanimous'y agreed that -it was the greatest: .' .

U Christmas buying spree in the history of Starke. w ''t1

Data Sought,.As :.. After all-you don't need figures, do you? when your store is

'Basis OC Plea "' w rep "packed to the gills," you've hired twice as much extra help, 1 as r,

tor, Federal ,Aitt',: c tr r you've ever had and still can't wait on all the people, and your shelves

On Monday, Tuesday' and Wednesday look bare even after you've laid in greater stocks than ever before.: ,

will conduct of next: : week a house-to-house. Boy: Scouts You don't need statistics to tell you business was gdod when your r '

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survey ,of living; conditions In'Starke ,I' : feet are sore From, standing. on them all day, -

and.'h tbeti' will'e become Informationgathered the Plant Staggers your nerves are jumpy from trying to please '

bnxls, upon ,which: local officials a hundred different people with a hundred j<
the aid of the Government
enlist
t".
hop" in coping".with housing, Under Load different tastes, and your eye-lids are, ,heavy ,

sanltation'and safety problems In because you've been keeping open shop every

Starke. Gt aV ] before' the usual "Chris
night-even long masrush"until
Forms1',for ,the survey, setting v Electrical Output. '
forth the ,,necessary data, were Almost Double 10 and 11 o'clock.
prepared by:George W. Simons, No one can accurately estimate the gross amount 'of' i
jr,, technical advisor with the That Of Dec. 1939 (
National Resources &: Planning Entirely,' vacant until a few months ago, the area between Call'Street and the,'t'pU19t. Church business flooding Starke stores during Christmas ,week,

Board. became a mammoth parking lot for Christmas she ppers | Christmas eve night, duringhe but it is significant that deposits in the Florida Bank/at '

,Among ,questions! that will be ft 'Ights height went of off the In business half a dozen rush, Starke on the three days following December; : 25t1t"";were Ij! .
of construction '
Asked! --number are the. of type, rooms!, numberOf ,,stablifthments on Went Call St. 100 percent above last year's on the ,sam date; Depositsin !f.1t
occupants,, water supply, 'sew- Choppers stood around Impatintly. the bank at the close of business on December 31 totaled ',i ?:;

age how disposal many baths, how, method many of toilets gar.,..I'' chelr. doors Anxious for proprietors fear that closed goods $721,298.35:: as compared with $343,075.14 on, the same date ,"':1i I'

bage disposal, how many people might "walk off," It was the a year ago.. :.i
eat and sleep 'on' premises, etc. I Jrst Indication that Starke'snunicipatlynwned One clothing establishment-not the largest!! in town- "

Residents of In the city, are askedto was cracking lighting under, equipment the- was grossing $1,000 a day on Fridays and! Saturdays even ,i'f\
cooperate every way pos-
sible with the Scouts conducting a 7 7d 'crriflc qtraln to which It has in the early part of lecember-almo 'na, much business'inone '' )I

the survey./ It Is necessary. to t 1 The"een subjected temporary sine"blackout"mid-October.was day as had been done in some entire, months during. }p}(, 1.
have this\ Information In order' a
aimed by an overloaded genera the depression. .
assistance might be obtained :
that '
in working out the problems of J JStal tor. Added to the buying power of 'some!, 15,000 laborers ''h :
Production of electricity at the
e. still construction' was' an inV'A,;
a Ity'e plant here during Decem- employed on Camp Blanding i
flux of 11,000 soldiers of whom ''remained here for
7r I t ver was almost I 100 percent many jjf"
n ?
Chas. Hardy Sr. t greater than the amount generated the holidays and gift shopped for wives and sweethearts . I ?fit
? J during the same period last back home. A new drug store, opened here just in time 1
rear! A'total of 101, 10 kilowatt
ours was generated last month, for the Christmas rush, reported sales' of 2,300' postcards; r,11

Killed In WreckRoad is compare, with 55,930 k. w. h. in five days. ',>IJ.'

; luring December 1939, accordingto Berry season Saturdays, heretofore the epitome of vjjrrush t .

l 48 Traffic Traffic moved In e, tead) stream down Call Street Note Boldler,on corner ana, crossing the plant figures manager released B, S.this Johns week by business'' in Bradford County, faded into insignificance r!|

.Causes Fatality: ; treet. City Ppllceman 'W. E. Thornton, directing Jrafficlmay/be. Feed over top bfcjrtU1'iwnp"pool.. Plant records also show! that before; the horde of' motorized Christmas, ,shoppers .who) ,.Ai 1

Sunday Afternoon he use of water has more than forced courthouse attaches to throw up a defense'of wooden :U p:

Charles Hardy Sr.., 49-year-old foubled during the past year." fence posts to prevent desperate drivers from parking on k i'
With a'total
I capacity of 400 I tl
Brooker t o bacco demonstrator, 'cllowatts, the plant Is now cur the\ 'courthouse grounds, A solid mass of cars lined the ;(: t

died late Sunday afternoon of Injuries -, ylng from SCO to 330 k. w. on streets for blocks 'around the business section, and anyone ,l.t'
In automobile i
sustained an "
accident on overcrowded Road he peak load at night. Duringthe so foolhardy as to attempt double parking on the narrow't 1\ '
two months, trano'oimers
past new '
between Starke and Camp 48'1 totaling 115 kilowatt thoroughfares immediately precipitated a traffic jam and '";I !

ding -apacltv: have been Installed on brought forth the shrill blast of a policeman's whistle. : l
xt ,
Thomas brother and '
Hardy a the distribution system.
wreckedcar But even though it was the answer to'a merchant'sdream 41 j
also
a passenger In the ''j ;
"We to erect
although I> are planning anew from monetary standpoint Christmas In Starke '0 ',
was critically Injured r primary circuit to relieve the a : ; 'j
latest reports are that he tow voltage/ conditions In the this year had less of the old-time holiday flavor than ever ",' :,

is improving. !1 I business district as soon as pos, before.: Business and mistletoe just don't mix, and to complicate The men were on their way sible." Mr. Johns stated
home from "Camp* Blanding,] More\ than 50 new services have matters further, an epidemic of mild :flu swept the .J ;
where they have been employed, been added to the lines duringthe town. \

and collided with, another automobile past 90 days. There was less party giving; there was less!, carol_ 'it!
when they ,attempted to, (
get back Into line after passing 1M First Babies singing; there was less decorating than ever before. Too J\

a car on the narrow road.. r much business, together,' ,with sickness, prevented many :.ti i

Five men from Destln,'a northwest Of The New Year from getting the real Yuletide spirit Even Stump's Santa, 9 r i

the Florida other car village involved, occupantsof In, the "First lady" of 1041 In Bradford Claus, traditional Call Street figure, was missing. "Either ... I j

crash, escaped uninjured. "barker" extolling the virtues of a certain "nerve tonic" attracted a crowd of County was the baby girl working at Camp Blanding sick with the flu," someone,, .t1 f
Following an Investigation of A faat-talklng born at 12:33: January 1 to Mr. guessed. Three hundred disappointed children ran in And ;J
men, well sprinkled with Camp Blanding troops. and Mrs. R. L. Johnson at their
the accident by State Highway and home north of Starke. Arriving out of Stump's store''"look In' for Santy." \ :1 !
Patrolman Anderson
Sheriff A. Chris O. Andreu officials lust 33 minutes after the New The old, familiar greeting of "Happy New Year !I" was I J
Year the little lady has the noticeably missing from Call Street !:,
decided it was not necessary to Wednesday morning. \
honor of being the first baby born
detain occupants' of the Deetln I l P in Bradford County in ]941, It wasn't that anyone felt less altruistic toward his fellowman ':

automobile.,The,;accident occurred a few Running a close, second, a few but simply that ,folks were "too darn busy" to think' "i'I'':
hours later, with the dawn of
about such things.
west : I ;
hrUdred 'yards of the A. t
rttomas,.residence on Road 48. S'I| ar ,. January let. 7 a. m.? twins, a But Christmas 1040 will go down in Bradford County 1
boy and a girl, were born to Mr.
Mr. ,Hardy came to, Florida e and :Mrs. Peach Crawford, already history as the busiest, dizziest '''holiday season ever ex* :1
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from Tlfton. Ga.. and had been I ?
a"rtaident of Brooker for about the parents of eight living chile perienced in ,these parts and merchants could not help' :

fflu'r ;years. He was a member I 4 j dren.For being enthusiastic-even it'' "worn to a frazzle." / tf 11
their best Christmas "pres
of and the-a Missionary teacher in Baptist the Intermediate Church- r, ent'" ,Mr. and Mrs. Nathan L. L. A, Canova druggist", said : "It was the best Christ'i,' :t

Department of the Brooker Starling of Starke became parents mas season in our history tl

Sunday School. I of a girl on December 25. Charles Darby, grocer, said: "Keceipls were better r
On New Year's eve a boy wan '
Funeral services were held at 1 ___ born to Mr. and Mrs. t. R. Greenof than double last year's. 4|" I 'E:

the Brooker Church, Tuesday Starke. James Mayes, radio dealer, beamed: "Business was, :,J
morning at 11 o'clock: with the .' 'i '
Rev. o. E. McGauley officiating ,. Another "holiday birth" took better, than it's ever been before," :. F: ': ,t{,
nterment followed i n Antioch ..... placdt December 28th when a boy Jim Forest, restaurant owner declared: "Business was
: ':bf was born to Mr. and Mrs. K. '
eWitt Cemetery C,under Jones.the Pall direction bearers of r"cz' ,.'I' ,:.;:.". Wilford [)Ink Ins of Starke. fine I I am very enthusiastic. I ,like the people of Starke!I" f'1f-.i
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C. II. Nasworthy said: "Business during the }
vera T. B. Plnholster, G. B. Colon 1. grocer
< L. L. Parker,. I B. Harrison, I y9 .. .. '!! Tree Contest holidays increased three or four thousand percent!I" i
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I C. Crews; and John Plnholster. Mrs. Louise Bell, of the Starke Dry Cleaners, ''gasped :
'' Won Herlongs
Besides his widow Mr. Hardy By
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'survived by one daughter Mrs. 'I "We haven't had! time to check up yet!" :,
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Illlam H. Bryan of Gainesville; ,,;1 __l. '.J4 I First prize honors In the annual Nat Sternberg, long-established merchant, was con :

ree eons. Charles, :Jr., Eldon, -"', ..._111TJle outdoor Christmas tree content fident his December receipts bad broken all records. t )
nd Douglas, all of Brooker; five sponsored by three civic or- ,l
liters, and four' brothers. cent store attracted its old postoffice was oce of the busiest spots In ,I I, ganizatloruR, went to Dr. and Mrs. George Pappas, lively cafe owner vowed : "Business )
ne was born 'July 4, 1891 in Even the soldiers.Hen A couple of lllaniastppl town. A solid mans of humanity waited for stamps, | M B Herlonff. Their'a was a is 80 percent good !" |J
quota of large holly tree, on the north side
rookfleld, Ga.Command orders, and Christmas packages. General delivery! The Starke where the air &I
boys do some! late Christmas money r of their residence, decorated with postoffice, even was musty :
Letter shopping. window was swamped ( hundred of vari-color light. because of the constant crowds that jammed its narrow ,'!

I First prize was $S.! corridor, is still digging! out of the avalanche of holiday mail '
Added to his countless other I Deadline New Quartermaster j Carpenter's Improrillfl I I Second prize, |3, went to Mr. that swamped its facilities. Emergency remodelling the ,
[duties. Ma,. Gen. John C. Persons, !I Toy and Ifra. T. F. Land rum, and I 1
"commander of the 31st Division' County Tax Assessor Cart 1 1I Construction of Camp Bland- ThIs week CarJH.nter'. drugstore even It prizes were awarded for opening of additional stamp and general delivery windows,, ;:.1 1

at Camp Blanding; has assumed .l this week stated that the tag is under the guiding hand ofa here la undergoing furtherremodeling. trees at the following residences: I' and the hiring of a small army of helpers, was necessary' -N
lie task of I Knight H. C. Bitch, R P Demorest, A .
seeing that his menwrite automobile license new constructing qua r tr- The coda fountain I to handle the situation. 1
horn. to anxious mothers., deadline for 1941 E. Ughtfoot, :J. K. Wilson, L. D. "I'
fter receiving a long distance I Ug la January 15. 1941. master. He" Maj. James Lea R. ban been extended eight feet new Vining. A, Z Adkins, R, A. Green. "We haven't ,figured up receipts yet," Postmaster, :
Rundell and succeeds Maj. ]
an from a worried mother who Since December of first approximately when sale der Larsott who arrived here in ,:wall cases have been Installed aa The sponsoring; organization: F. Stump said, "but December sales were at least two or:, '.', ;,
ad not heard from her Gen.I began a total have a new sandwich unit and the Ro- I
son were the Woman' Club
been sold. This September to atari supervision three hundred percent above last Christmas. General delivery
arsons summoned the neglectful I 467 tag haa those of the mammoth training reservation. dUhwaahing equipment. Seating tary Club, and the American ..
Mdt r and stood over him while I year'a figures far surpass Knight. capacity has also been Increased,. Legion. mall handled was up a thousand percent."I r
said Mr. ,
e wrote a letter back borne. ; of Jut year,
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JAN -1941 I",1

TWO BRADFORD COUNTY ..LEG........ BT""tKR. FLORIDA FRIDAY JANU, RY 3,

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the Army now In service. who will remain there for sometime Starke Guards ployed at Camp Blandlng. visiting his brother Aubry, who GRAHAM\ f
Almost All The Recreation, centers are under Mrs. W. R. Halalop and son, has been I nth e hospital t n By Mrs. L. C. Smith

Comforts Of Home : construction on the reservation i Arch Prevatt and son, Melvin Still Feel At Home Fred, Mrs. Louise Ward and Gainesville, but Is now at home I
and will give recruits a place to of Jacksonville were visiting daughter. Mary Ella, Mrs. Inez and able to be up. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. JOhl\lo11
Trainees are finding that life while away their spare moments; Mr. and Mrs Z. Z. Griffis Mon- Bradford County boys, mem- Kelly and Myrtle Dobbs were Howard Mott is still' in 'the' had as guests.during the hOllda'l,
really tsn't "'half bad" at Camp a place to write letters play day night. bers of the National Guard Head shopping In Jacksonville Friday. Alachua County hospital I In Mr. and Mrs.. Fred Johnson aDd '

BUndlng. now that skies have games, or engage In other formsof Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Griffis of quarters Detachment from here, Misses Carrie and Annie Mae Gainesville, but latest reports are daughter Anna Jean, of Waldo,
cleared and warm weather has re- activities for recreation. All South Carolina were visiting relatives consider themselves among the Alvarez of Pine Level were visit that he Is Improving. Mr. and. Mr.. and Mr Grover Rhode ant
turned. In fact, they almost haven of these and many more advantages In this section during the most fortunate in the country. ing Miss Arsula Crosby Wednes- Mrs. G. A. Gay's Infant baby Is son Richard, of Lake Wales' v r
-* the comforts" of home, and furnished In the Army now, holidays Not only are they In training atone day. very ill with flu. Mra G. B. and Mrs. Ancil Norman and children -' ,

the modern training camp, as were not provided in bygone days, Miss Margaret Morrell 0 f i of the best planned camps In Colson and son Resale, are able of Starke, Mr. and Mrs, Leo
planned by Uncle Sam, has much Army officials pointed out. Jacksonville and Miss Mildred I existence, but they are only eight BROOKER to be up and out again. Charles Ayres of Gainesville
to offer A modem theatre has been Morrell of Ebro were visiting miles from home, with the oppor- Kelley is very sick with flu. We. Strlckland-Thofaa*,
Mrs. L. L. Parker
erected on the reservation for tunity to get some home cooking By wish them all speedy Miss Doris Thomas and ClYde
If a Blanding soldier! wantsto Miss Gladys Lee of Bethel Wed- a recovery.
make purchases there Is a those who care to take' advantage nesday afternoon. every holiday and week-end. The Layrl ld-l\lott Misses Larelle and Geneva Par- Strickland were married Decen
Post Exchange, located on the of it. There Is a chang of Mrs. Eugene Grlffls and chil- boys are "mighty well pleased"wllh The marriage of Miss Doris rish of Jacksonville spent a few ber 19th In Starke.

reservation for each regiment of program each day with two shows dren were visiting Mr. and Mrs. the set, up. Mott, lovely daughter of Mr, and days last week with relatives Mrs. Strickland' Is the daughter
of Mr. William
each afternoon and evening. P B. Pievatt of Jacksonville last Enlisted men are permitted to Mrs! N. C. Mott, to Charles H. here. 'Thomas and ]th,
Later, as the new training post week. have their automobiles and several Layfield of Trenton was solemn- Miss Mary Mott has been visit- late Mrs. Thomas. Mr strlck.
nears completion, tennis and bas- Miss Margaret Morrell of Jack- have taken advantage of this ized, December 28, in Lake Butler Ing ,her sister la Valdosta, Ga. land is the son of Mr. and >Mr./ ,
ketball courts will be provided sonville spent Christmas herewith privilege. Only three blocks from Judge Townsend officiatedin CARD OF THANKS Elige Strickland. The Young!
and all of equipment furnished her brother-in-law and sis- the company Is the Slat Division's the presence of Mr. and Mrs. couple will live in Graham.
It Is with grateful hearts that
by the United States Army. ter, Mr. and Mrs. W E. Green., picture show where for 20 cents Morgan Tilghman, cousins of the wish thank Mrs. L. C. Smith attended the
IIapf I we to our
f Kingsley Lake, only a short distance Harold Prevatt was visiting his the men may enjoy movies. The ,bride. ; friends who extended sympathyand many family reunion at the home of
from any point on the reservation cousin, Melvin Prevatt, of Jacksonville equipment in the theatre is ultra her brother-in-law and sister Mr
The bride was dressed in navy kindness", to us In our bereave-
and Mrs. W. H.
Is one of the finest and last week. modern and the pictures are, as Tillman, |n'vai'dosta
r blue with white accessories ment. God's blessings be i
May
lakes In Florida and Sum- rule The continual noises Ga., on Christmas
purest Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Tyre and a new. Day
Is foreman at
New Mr. Layfield a with each of
,
If eon mer bathing facilities will be pro- son of Florahome spent Christ- made by the night shift of work. Camp Blanding. The couple will you. Mr. and Mrs David Durbin of
vided there, officers said. mas with Mr. and Mrs. John ers dlsturbes the slumber of the be at home to friends and rel- -Mrs. Charles Hardy, Sr., andfamily. Jacksonville visited Mrs. C. for."
"I have never'' been in a camp Prevatt.Mr. local boys but little, so quickly atives in Brooker. Sunday.

and luring the World War or since, and Mrs. Bill Bailey of did they adapt themselves to the Meeting Postponed .. -
where the soldiers were as comfortable Sanford were visiting their father camp conditions The 'tA-3" sec The Sewing Club meeting was.
as they are here at is located about one mile almost -
Camp and mother Mr. and Mrs. John tor postponed this week until next' t
Blanding," declared General Person Prevatt, last week. due east .of the mouth of death'
Many of 'em! meeting day because of the
"* Black Creek. '
__ __... of Mr. Chas. Hardy. The next' MEATCURING
"The conveniences for the I
I soldiera' HAMPTON The personnel 01 me company ai meeting will be held at the home
comfort here at Camp lly Mix Ada Nlmmo present Is Sgts. Elmo,Struth, and of Mrs. L. O. Hazen.
Blending are almost Innumerable James Dennis; Corpls. AI K. Car- CCC Camp Moves I ."
We wish you oil the Joys and It certainly makes Army Kenneth LaChance of Daytona lisle, R. L. Dobbs Bob Long. Company 6441 CCC, after having -,
of the New Year and a life at this time far lurperlor Beach spent Christmas here with Morris Jackson, Edwin Johnson, been stationed near Brooker

future of lasting pros to anything .that I have ever seen Mrs. LaChance and Mrs. Clara George Silcox; Pvts. A. W. An- since October 14, 1939, moved to I

perity, with success resulting In the past. Stone. derson, Jr., Tracy and Brunner Tallahassee the 20th of December. I
from your every Mrs Minnie Rhlmes of Brookerand I Baker, William Edwards, Clifford Company commander, William D.,'
effort. BOATDRAINBy Miss Lucile Melvin, were I Hazen, Zack Myrick, and Steve Hodge and Subaltern E. Wilhard ,
Mrs. Z. Z. Griffin visiting here this week. Walker.: Tompkins were transferred with
No increase in PricesWe
WynnPrevattWilllard '
Every day a different' memberof the camp. [
...................- C. A. Griffis and Joe Griffis. Wynn and Miss Doris the company is ordered to Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Rltch of
Jr., are visiting their sister and Starke marriedat
Prevatt of were
kitchen! police duty, and orderly Raiford were visiting relatives
aunt, Mrs M. J. Greene, In the home of Rev. C. A. Warren
work in the
duty. The former Is here Saturday.
Miami. last Saturday, December 28th. mess hall, and the latter mes- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Markey,
Mills! Mildred Morrell, of Ebro The Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Warren In
Richard & Hamiter senger duty at Headquarters.Actual Miss Lubedia Plnholster and Mrs. Specialize Sugar
Is visiting her brother-in-law and attended the New River Association
sister, Mr. and Mrs., W. E. Green. which convened at Ther- and Intensive trainingwill rlhtmes were in Starke Monday.
begin early in January, most Mr.! and Mrs. Grady Baxter of
Motor Company Mrs. OHle Rigdon of Jackson- essa last Sunday.It .
ville was visiting her sister, Mrs. was with prayerful hearts work at present being directedin Baldwin were visiting relatives

Ida Chase, Saturday and was accompanied and a look of anxiety, that the the "housekeeping" manner. here recently.
will"getoff" Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Guy and Cured MeatsGainesville
Two-thirds of the company
home by Mrs ChaseS citizens of our town, watched the
Christmas and New children, spent the holidays in
of
carloads
transfer of the
'I many Year's holidays., Leaves are alternated Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs.R. .
soldier boys, enroute to Camp
In order that each man C. Allen. .
Blanding. may have .time off, and only a The Rev. and Mrs. C. A. War-

skeleton crew was present Christmas ren of Hampton were visitors
4gR9FTY BETHEL Day.In here Monday afternoon. *
9 By Mrs D. D. Woodard spite of the inclement The Rev. and Mrs. G. E. McCauley Ice &

weather, sickness and flit has were visiting their daughter -
Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Allen have
been consplclous by Its absence. Mrs. Chas. Hardy, Jr., Tuesday -
moved back to Starke where they
Not to and Wednesday. Cold Co.
will make their home with Mrs. one man coming Campon Storage
the 18th has had to be absent Mrs. Stella Mae Waldron and
'i'iI Do Your Tradingwhere D. D. Woodard.
from duty by reason of sickness hlldren of Wildwood are visiting I
Mr. and Mrs. John Higgin-
friends and relatives here this i I J. L. GEORGE Mgr.
botham have moved to Starke ,
G pieces Rogers Silverware are ,week i I
given with where they will make their home SAMPSON CITYBy
in trade
away every $10 Mrs. Lorene Strayhorne and
or certificates.Are I 4Ifd with Mrs.. D. O. Woodard.Mrs. Mrs. S. E. Jones children of Wildwood were visitng -1 Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St.
Evle Johnson, and daufther /; -
lte .. c ChooseSMITH'S. GARAGE Dave, Mrs.Woodard Cynthia and Richie family, and of visiting friends In Wlldwood' Sun- Mr. and :Mrs. 'Mann Hazen last GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
You ye.ek. I''
day.
STARKE, FLORIDA Gainesville were guests of Mr. Mis. Hattie Varnes! returned Alph Hazen of Orlando was a
and Mrs. D. D. Woodard Sunday.
home to PsMatka Sunday after 'visitor here last week and was.
-_ .. spending Christmas with relatives. .

Mrs Artfoid Brown was shop-
ping in Jacksonville one day this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Moore and Mrs.

Browning from Ralford were These busy days. .
guests of Mr and Mrs. J. J. Star-

Tl ling: Sunday.
>
Lem Brown has been on the
PleasureIs sick list for the past week with 1 pause and

me flu.
Mrs Gilbert Brown of Starkewas
visiting Mrs. Etta Fae War-

'S ren Monday.
Jack Starling and family spent
Christmas In Tampa.


SUNNY 'BROOK, FARMBy

Ours Miss' Arsula Crosby

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: Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby and
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c". I .*. son, William were dinner guestsof
'", ," Mr. and Mrs. ,Frank Normanof
Water Oak Wednesday.
.. J Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conner

We don't know of o better time than the spent former's Christmas parents, Day Mr and with Mrs.the

New Year to give recognition to our many .. L. L. Conner.Mr. .
and Mrs. Claude Moore
friends who, through their considerationand and children of Tampa are
spending awhile with the tatter's
patronage, have made it possible for us parents, Mr. and. Mra. W R

to enjoy a very,successful year. Halslop.Ike Carlton of Starke was

visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ward
We do not measure success in a materialway and family during Christmas.

but Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and
from the
entirely, standpoint of .
children, Kathryn and Robert : ;

friendships maintained, new acquaintances Lloyd, were, guests of Mrs. Kel- 1r'M s'Veh':y
ly's parents &11'. and Mrs. A. L. d
made and service rendered to the many Driggers, of 'Lake. 'Butler Wed.. < ?Ma

people whom we have had the priviledge of ntsday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Crosbyof vk ? ;t
serving during the past twelve months, and Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. "4
Warren Kelly'and children Van- \
whom we hope to keep as our friends duringthe clle and Shirley, of Pine Level .' 1I I

\ were visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C. k:
coming .
year.
_, -. Crosby and family Wednesday.
'v Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crosbyand
We have set our goal to serve you more children were dinner guestsof :r N

efficiently in the future and we trust that Mrs. Crosby's parents. Mr. and ,''tR.'.
Mrs. H. M. McRae, of Pine Level

' our efforts will meet with yo'jtr approval. Wednesday.Mr. : ; '
and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and ,: '
\ children, Wanda, Mary Alice and .j' {' ;" ,
Russell attended the union "''' .
meet- :
\:
:>
': .
t ,,, ;
Ing at the Hope Baptist churchIn .: ').f :: a. w W' 3
We 'JiIJ4It &ach of / v ) Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and
I B\ son. Henry Vincent, and William
:l NEW Woods of Jacksonville! were visiting There's complete refreshment in an ice-cold

Mrs. Beulah Kelly and Mr. rte
and Mrs. J. R.
'I Mr. and Mrs.W.Kelly. Tuesday.R. Halslop bottle of Coca-Cola. It has a clean,exhilarat

spent Wednesday with 1 Mrs. I

Halalop's father, Henry Sapp of ing taste you never tire of. So when you

J. W. ANDREWS JR. Lawtey.
I Nona Dyal cf) Lake Alfred spent
the Christmas holidays with her pause throughout the day, make it the
mother, Mrs. Aria Brown. She
was accompanied home by her
: ;.. ,' Starke, Florida '' -: : daughter Doris Dyal. pause that refreshes with ice-cold Coca-Cola. YOU TASTE ITS QUAUTYBOTI1.ED
Hubert Kelly,of Plant City was
visiting Mrs. Inca Kelly and fam-
ily during the Christmas
holidays. UNDER AUTHORITY Of Till COCA-COLA COMPANY BY
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Massaro

have moved back to their homeIn STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
Tampa. Mr. Massaro was em- .



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D.-\Y. JAJNUARY 3. 1941 BIIADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKK, FLORIDA ALII241

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iii; Threat of Epidemics, Board Says "Spirit Is Willing IN TUB nncriT COI-HT. KICHTHJtmntL. pernon who claim any state. In the e.nt.r of a 50' ft. Street I
I rinri'iT OK KI.OK- r right title or Intereat In or to known a* the Stark* and SamierRon -
jive Special Attention To Colds But Funds Are Weak""We list. IX .%> !> FOR 1I1I"1)1I'01t1) the (land,* hereinafter described Road. which shaft I. .et *!
COINTV.1M:: or any part thereof either ft* feet and 4 Inches, more or ,s.
CHA ICKHV/ heirs deViepSa northwest fit '
or wranteoa. or west of the corner .1
Because of the epidemic of 3. Go to bed and call the family I hope we will be able to and No. 1. providing connectionwith Dorothy ',oul...> HodireH, other rtalmatita by. through or sIns' of the NKW of ectloi :3*.. 0;,
that has been hold- physician. Plaintiff. under any of the above named Township ft South Range II .*... ..; .
lId Influenza help you but we don'thave southeastern and South Flor .
I any -VK- defendant, t>r OtherwIse. land and run thence north about :ill
"id If sway her during the pasteW 4. Do not kiss other people especially -' money now." J.V.. Perkins ida. Completion of such a road Alex 'Vt'b..ler Hodges; being described MM.. follow, to- degrees west alone the center ot ;'}"
0 and because of the babies and chairman of Defendant.OIIIIKH wit: said Stark and Sanderson, Roast. I I
weeks. elderly per the State Road Department project leading out from CampElandirig ,
OK !*Fis: \ICH
1260 ft. thence In a southwesterly;
I. ,
On
. conditions now ex- ot (ti ) and Three (::1). In .
ercrowded sons. told Col. R. H. Kelley In six directions will XOTIfW TO ..tPPKtltTMfcj Ulnck Nineteen ( I9). vie. per the course. _. at such an aoarleithai '
1r. in Starke and 'vicinity. Its 5. Use when a delegation of officers be j:4''ATI00': : FLORIDA; map' or plat of the orlfclmtl Town the Itnie shall cross the wist
sting disposable tissues for Army satisfactory from a military TO Alex. WebKter hodges, Residence I of Starke line of the NWVi' of the NK'A of
tIeo important that especial attention nose and throat discharges, and went to Tallahassee recently viewpoint, providing1' road con- Unknown! [ 1 HI'adford County, Florida .....letI..llon! 86 at a point $4' \-
to recent advice It IN hereby ordered that you I ft. north of the southwest corner ,I' I
be given dispose of them promptly and in the Interest of a proposed struction is suitable.! are required to appear nn the 3rd And plaintiff having' made di- of said NWV4' of NK'4;: and theno ,
>rom 'I the State Board of Health hygienically. net of military highways day of February. A. t>. 1041. before fendHntn. to NHld Hill all defendants. continuing salt.. "'0....... or line '
"Highways acceptable for
the treatment of com military th, above entitled court: to the bill I herein named and tlenlirnated.. both until It shall. reach. a point 44. I j'
neernlng 6. Wash hands frequently especially giving access from Camp Blan- purposes! must be constructed ..r .coinnlnlnt.. filed airnlnct. ( you In known /and unknown and having ft. north of the south line of lhNK'4 f
jnon colds. after in ding to all Important points In to carry loads characteristic of the above entitled cannot and stated In said bill which la sworn of NWV4, of "Rio' 'Meotl" :a.. j
Ill, coming contact "Iti'ad foud County Teleiti'Hnh" IM to. nil matters' necessary to entitle and run thence to a. point
with
urged that people Florida.
It; |Is with discharges modern. war equipment. Army vehicles hereby dexlfinuted. as the n:wnpntier I her to procena. by publication to that shall be 440 ft..e west of th*
Ida or fever Isolate themselves Engineers estimated costs of Include heavy trucks In whk-h thin.. orl.r shall bo bring In all persona whomsoever east line of said NKV4' of NWtiof
''er immediately" and call the family 7. Do not indulge in the ex- about $2,500.000 to $3.000.000 for can- publIshed one. a week- for four aa vnrtlea, defendant to thin. suit Section :38 and thence south
non and armored vehicles suchas you and each of hereby .
pensive habit of self-medication. coriAtH'Utlveveekn.. you lire 600 ft. to a point ISO ft. south {
hak. :hyslclan. the 50 miles of roads included In tanks. Some Army transportation WftneKH, my hum end the seal reiiuliml to nnpnar to the bill of N\VU of said Snutlon 8B. thence
8. Above all do not adhere to the request. The wants of this court at NlIlI'keJo'lorhh.- ., complaint, filed herein mcalimt you east and parallel with the mtM '
Army
Thin I la suggested 'as a pre- the is wider than that in current thin ittth day oC Deovmlier A, 1>. In the above entitled cause, on or south line ot said HE4'! ot NW)4, ), .
misconception about
Aution against further spread of drowninga heavy duty military-type high- commercial use. A '20-foot hIgh- 1940. before, the 6th day of January, A. to tla center. of the said "$Stark
. ,cold In alcohol. This KP1CIAI SKAT. I D. lf)41.Th/) i
outbreak of influenza lowers the ways. does ) A J. Thonrnn, and SundMrson Road and thunc
he current resistance Instead of way not provide necessary Clerk c.f t th" Circuit Court rtmdford County Telegraph northwesterly along the renter: ot ,
-hich though apparently not one Increasing It. "I realize that Florida road safety factors when two broadvehicles 1 ('I. A. Ktephenx. I a itrVvai I'd'' inibllxhml In Uradford said road to said. Iron shaft. or ,
he ; serious Is be Alcoholic beverages should betaken money is limited." Col. Kelley t'lalitHff'H Attorney. 1-3U 124i County Florida, In. hereby denlKnoted place of bciflnnliur all of anht H
types A
,f the more for illness pass. military highway set the newspaper. In which described land, b..llI\C In the nortln .
sufficiently wide spread only under the said. should have thin order shell b.. published. once ; i
a minimum half Section 34, SonthItasige '
oming \/ TIIIruin) ir roi iir. 1'tI'rtl: fiJ'
dhlnt
direction of the eacheeta for feur ; : ;
family physician. "It's not ooly limited It's vonaeuuttve.week 21 Bust '
hroughout the State to cause width of 42 feet, preferably exclusive .iiinri\i, ('IIU'II'I' 01- I-I.IMI- *.. .
>iuch suffering and loss of work "Self-diagnosis m colds is dan- about out" Perkins replied. explaining of a strip 'down the center tot lilt, IN AMI KOII lilt \ Ptlltl> Witness. my haml nml Heal aa all*41.111 the acre water, more rights or reserved less., Alao tirtltlllironn ,

Dr. A. 11 that when Its ends vrv.iv Clerk of the ("lrcult Court In and Mineral Wat Comiiiuiy '
gerous. year r
ours. McCreary which' 'divides!! such a highway ( ii i>< i-uv: for, Hrttdfririt CountyFlorida
ot high Incidence of influ- State health officer says. "Many Dec. 31 the department wlU have Into two one-way roads( All "i.v.. (Plaintiff'oU..h''l nrd day of ''k>,'..mbttr, A. D ,1940.thin :, : ..,I.. '.rn and Springs: In the n d r 'IIJ1r;.*- ,

The Is said to be serious di eases such as diptherla nearly $7,000.000 in contract obligations roads, bridges and culverts' should _"M_ I (Ii OFFICIAL M-3AL' ) A. J. Thomas striation dated August 11, 192: ..
no ,
in Florida C'lerk, cirrult'' Court, llradford .
nza and all other rights reserved by
Infantile paralysis, meningitis and against expected 1911 be'constructed to Hlitabpth M. (Cotmlnii. ('""nty. Flu.T .
lonis
of
cater than that in other States. carry ; Itefendunt.OIII said deed of SB Id date to tie.Iieilhrnnn .
I Ii scarlet fever start with colds. It revenues. Therefore there !seems not less 'than 50.000 I Frank, I,anl runt. Sprluica, Sanatorium_ '
of cases to county health pounds. >K.II OF "MKIt: \ ITHMI ,Statke, Florida '
'eports a doctor Is cal1 little prospect of undertaking I sociation. Also, commenclns" at I '
Immediately he 1 14 !: 'I'oi'r ti4 1
mlts and to ..Florida State Boardt "Due to heavy' commercial and '1'111'11'1'1' / -: OF FI.OIUITTO \ | tZXUD & THAMICS; a. point that shall b. 440 ft. westof ,
will be able to detect these other widespread'road construction next Ja'.k..nvlll..j' Florida, the oust line and 440 ft. I'l' <>rth' 'f
private physicians military traffic to Kllnnheth :M. \0..111. lD'sIden'e ItJI'l'
by serve
Health necesary /
I
Chairman Perkins said. of .the smith line of the NKV4\ of
ife normal for tMav season of symptoms. Early detection greatly year facilities of Camp Bln'n Be
enhances the May 1'ermancnt Camp tor PUIntlff 12-65t 1-3 .
of :
possibility cure. II South itangs 21 Hast endruss
health '
but the public must be' made on ..required- to appear on the 31'1
he year STioulil Call Doctor Colonel Kelley said Camp Bl n- >. I .. thence west to w dlvldlntc
: diiy of February! A. t 194 I. *
admit that morbidity re- State Highway No. 48, adjacent lute .between. half and .
..fficers established the ubove entitled <,court tr. the hilt l\ 41114'lir 4'OirHTl KlflllTII: east west
,orts do not give an accurate "If the cold is diagnosed as a ding as a temporary to the reservation. The- present of complaint, filed liirtilnfit you 'In .11 Dl('IAI. IHITITl. I'M A % IIFOII half of the NW'i! ot NWM4\ of s..U
case of influenza, an early call training station for about 60,000 the above entitled caLico, : and'"Urndford j' Illl %I>KI NII (} OlfNTV. Section Itt thence .south to *
road from
de-
because
conditions Camp east
Blanding
Icture of FIIIKIIIt. point 1(0 ft. south of the Houth '
the fact that influenza la a from the doctor should preventthe men might beeome a permanent to the intersection of the Mlddle- hereby :denlitnnted: County' .::I..ftI'w; IH-1, l4'll "j'I.ItV, line of the said NWn' of NWVL.thenc <-

plte disease "' only a small complication of. pneumonia. military post If proper highway burg-Keystone Heights Road 1'! ''.....' In which thin. order- .shall beIttibitahed L. A. DAVIS, east and parallel with thestuh l
said
'
reportable line NWK
facilities are provided. When It once it week for four PlaintIff, 'tOl4 .tOfnr'r
Faithful
ercentage of the cases are re- adherence to doctor's directions (State Road No. 68?' 'It) entirely eOI1""U, live weekin.- .VS.I to a ft. iii i
will reduce the dangerof is In full'swing next year be unsatisfactory. This road Is Witness my hand and the .seal I IIKIUinovN' hi lEllA I. WATF.U east line of th* ;l'We of NWU o*
.
them.In
iorteil to relapses that so Involve said, it will spend about $20,000 approximately or this court at StnrKo. Klnrlitu" COMPANY: a corporation oritunlaoil said Section 311. and thence north 1f-
an effort to check the cur- frequently 10 feet la width. Its thin. lillth day of December A. 1>. and existing under the l laws of to place of beginning all .saM'
permanent Injury to heart dally for food, about $10,000 present condition had I '.140. I the elate of V'lrida.1)efendsnt described lands being In the NWU ,
ent outbreak eight'speclflo pre- and lungs." daily for laundry, and about $2- proven a (OFFICIAL HKAt.1 ) A. J. Thomas, of said Section 36, Township ,
:autions are being suggested to great' traffic hazard. The distance Clerk of the Circuit Court 0ri( IOK! fII PI':"''.\I. .""TIC"'" South flange 21 East and coatalnliiK 'f"f '!
with fever or colds by the Colds are classed among pre- 500.000 monthly in payrolls. from Camp Blanding to the O. A. StephenH SAlK 20 US, acres, more or lee*. ,
>eraons ventable diseases, health officials "Camp Blanding will put PlalntlffH A\\,'''"ey. 1-341 1-24 Notice la hereby given that under all as provided" by and In strictpursuance
;tate Board of Health. Mlddleburg Road, No. 08, Is approximately and In accordance with that certain of said .decree of said f
Rules Outlined say and may be avoided by observing enough money into the State in six and one-half M \"'I'U''' mi.HNOTICK and final' decreeof foreclomirttand court '

these common rules of two months to pay for these : U hereby fi'lv..n that rale, )Untered; by the honorable T. frank" tdlndr......
leaders of clubs miles. This section should be
Ministers and healthful roads." he said. replaced under and by Virtue of .n Final I II. L. Sebrlnw, MM Judare of Special Master., 3
nd groups are urged to 'call the living habits: by a double highway each Ltarree of Forml Stay from people'with The Road Department has already hv the Honorable, A. Z. County l-'lnrldu. In Chancery In
of their congregation away half not less than 23: feet in Attorneys, fur Plaintiff,
Iteration that certain
cause! In iiald Court
,
colds. appropriated $500,000 for a \dklnH, JudK of the Circuit Court 12-13 4t 1-3
nd members to these rules: width with a 10-foot space between of the 28th Judicial' ('Circuit,>f F'lor.I.Is pending wherein T.. A. Davis I IH,
from other people Get at least eighth hours sleep new .four-lane highway from the two: roads Il'Is recommended t In and for llradfonl,' County. In plaintiff and Ilellbrnnn MineralWiiiir
1. Stay away Starke to Blanding, and Road 68 'hnncfry" dated December 28lh, Company; a corporation InDefendant .
every night. \ NOTIt'U OF APPLICATION KOH.T
specially babies and elderly per- that the I Improved road 1)40, In I hut certain citum* therein 1 The tinder.slgnetiapectill
Have at least one good'elimination Is being completed from Keystone as described be conlltructed with- lately- pending! between ,'1... rk t.. inttKtor l hy ..alil decree appointed ., \ IINKIIJennie
( Hill !Nw. 1411)
ons. will offer for sale at
Heights to Orange Park. Ionian, Plnlntlff and Irven H.Ilernnrd .
2. Cover sneezes and coughs. every day. out delay in order that the large Defendant, the un<1"rHlxned publl.i outcry to Ihe highest and NOTICH IS IIICUKHY dtVKN.' '
Get at least one hour's mod Chief Engineer Dowling and investment in Camp Blanding can who wits. therein appointed}' 1..1! 'MdtlHr' for vast, at the ..out h That Noah Taylor holder of Turn
SCHEDULE erate exercise in the other department officials urged 'an Special, Mauler- In '.hR..r\! 1o | front dour of thn county court Ortlflcnta No 09!), tanned. the 7th
TRAIN open air the be utilized' to the fullest extent I execute the aame, will on :Monday, hoiiMe of Hrndford' county: In' $tsrk"I"iarida day of September A. JJla 3d,,. haa
Southbound type depending upon the person's! members of the Legislature who for national defense Requirements. the 3rd day of February 1941 iliir-l I during: the legal hours- of filed .same In my office and baa t '
present to do something at before 'Male on :Monday January 6, A. made application. for a tax deed t. i
were lag the legal I I hotira of dale,
1 due Starke 11:35: P. M. physical condition and his doctor's
No. the 1941 session towards Increas- Station Road.. No. 121 from I the e'0 II"it ii..u as door 2 InI1"I'k./ .., "D. IIMI.-i the following. deHcrlbndliropwrty l>.. issued thereon Bald vertiti'at. '
advice. !: Camp Blanding northwest to Lnw- "Klorldn ....It to I the highest Hridbeat .alt uattI I I n JiradfordL'ounly embrac, the following described.

ocal.No.. 107 due Starke 9:28: A. M. Keep fresh air circulating in ing highway revenues.' tey, should also be built as a bidder, for .canh I lIe, follnw I I Florida. to-wlt: property In the County of Uradfurd.' .
tug Hcrlbed lands, situate" lyIng The following deMcrlbed land and "Hint of Florida to-wlti!
"We've have
teal. rooms especially: rooms where got to some elp; double highway. The distance Is and being I I In HI'Rdfol'd"ounly.I water rights. ; HIO'A of NWU\ of foil''4" of HWH of NW(4( I'll"'. *1' "
from the at the iiext Sii4' : and 10 off the Twp., 5 H. 22 )Bunt;] I. ,J
No. 191 due Starke 10:53: P. 'there is a crowd of people Legislature five miles. 1..1..1.1.., I.-wll; acres north lUnife ,
session if continue building approximately The $R'of' Section 7. Town- 'pud!I ..t MWi.' of HK'A\ ; all In $' oc. Aden.Tho.
we
t. Miami. :Moisten: air In heated rooms by "Several committees around I chIli T, South Range 22 Inset; with lion 211, TuwnHhlp I a South, HUOKB, aioiennnient. of the Bald/ prop :,
NorthboundNo. placing a pan of water on the roads" said Dowling. I the a I'i" t't e fliL' flee N. KaUl, Mile tnl II I Ibe 21 last t lie ,mild laHt 10 acritalielnK "rty under the said certificate ,is-
"Well we'll to pull Camp Blanding have shown commendable I made pui'MUtknt to wuld' Decree murx fully deacrlhed a.. Cal.Iowa moil,' wan. In the name of Mr. :
2 due Starke "5:28: A. M. stove or radiator. try you Interest In a road net to satiety II'" ftnini uml I (."..t., to.wit: eommencliiK at theus Helen M. llallett.Unlewa '
> Drinking plenty ,of water and out replied' Senator J. Sinter T, Fraek I.anilrtim ,,' 1I.t cnrner tif the HW \% of said certificate' shall 1*.
cal.No. Smith of Green Cove Springs considered essential to this great AN Special I Mauler III Chancery.. MO': ', of .nald Section 241, and run redeemed accord In. to law the\ It;
108 due Starke 5:36: P. M. squeezed fruit juices, especially defense project. A highway has 1-3 4t l-2 thence, MI.utli Gnu font, thenue In property, described therein will\ I b. f'
11 rough. orange juice. near Camp islanding. Senator a 'Morthweiiterly direction or Hold to the hlKheBt bidder at I"*
been surveyed' from Camp Blan cnume. to a fiolnt I 180 ft. .eolith of ciMirthouna door on the firm Monthly
Smith said traffic conditions there l\ TIIK 4 Illl I IT 401 I4T liP Till':
i Starke and Bell Brunch Eat a wel-balanced. high-vita- ding through: Mlddleburg to ''Jack 1'lCal'I'1I: .Ii tile', U. I'1114 I IT I'"U the ltInvent curnor of the aald In the month lOt FebrUary
No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00 A. min diet, with quantities of fresh "are damned serloui, and we want sonville. But this ,\ KOI4 '\111.01111 1411' MTl' forty thence north tot the aaldnorthwent IU4I whIch l III th* 3rd.,, day of
some quick relief. Surely you i as pl.mned KI.01MK \. IV (''' P. %4't-'It V. corner of tin HW14\ ofSK February 1(41..
r. vegetables and frults. thoroughfare is only 20 feet in '0'1'11'1'1 Tit IUKIMHNTAleeri : ; I :"',,, and 1 thence east 13UO ft. t'th Dated thin lilt h., day of Pec.dmb /"
No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: P. Wear warm but loose clothing.Do can find money somewhere.' | width and therefore of limited M Hiill I 2..a t I tie, > .x place of beirlnnlnir; the ....1,1 11140.OFFICIAL. t
Perkins said Florida had asked Plaintiff two above Hcrlbed tracts rontnlnliiK ( KRAI) A. J. Tbnma
!. not over dress. value from a military standpoint. -VBI'uul 20 acres, more or IBMK.Almi Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford ft.HAPPYNEWY .
I Remove coat or sweater immediately Washington for help In building Continuation of suitable o. nnllnntlne cominencliiar at no Iron abaft (Countv Florida. I 13-20 4t 1-1.
a high-
; roads that would connect the 11' l itef ends tit. t
indoors.
upon going way southwest through Gainesville Ito at hue whoneresidence I ,
national defense projects In this To: Paul o. ttu '
Wear over-shoes' in 'rainy to IM unknown.Vou .
j Tampa and other' points
weather. State but so far no special allocations aru. hereby notified, that a f I,
have been obtained., south ia!! advocated. A road I pro- bill of complaint, linn lte..n filednvahiHt I 1 J
/ Remove wet clothing" Immedi ject through Palntka to connect volt In the office" of the I
ately. Concerning the need for an Clerk of I he Circuit (Cniitt thepnim

-- adequate highway net in the Blun- with highways leading southeasttoward belnif u bill of complaint' for ,
Avoid the common drinking cup Orlando the of
ports Fort divorce I
or glass. Offices should supply ding area Col. Kelley Issued the Pierce West Palm each and I You are hereby notified to file r .
1 ." following statement: I your appearance I In wtlliiiw I ,"I ltl I."rperHonullv
employes with paper cups. At Miami Is also based upon military or by attorney on nr I -_ _
home dishes should be sterilized' "At present the road net con- considerations. Unless this .before the 3rd day or Fvliruarv. vfl ,
with ad- A. I U. IIMt I, or default will Lie i H
with fleetIng Camp Blanding
# ;J.\ boiling water. highway net connecting Camp taken against you In .iM milt, I
With the mild climate Florida jacent territory is most unsatlsfactOl'Y. Blanding with points East West I It In. further ordered that t his. 1

enjoys In the Winter there Is no A single and narrowState not ICC In published In the HrHdfoid I
and Northwest Southeast Northwest r'l
County TeleKiaph one<* each 'I r '
/ l reason for people to have colds Highway No. 48 leads east and Southwest Is completed weik for four conitec'Utlvaweek. *. ,

and influenza if they will observe toward Green Cove Springs and! WllnvHH HIV hand ami oflK-ial' I Jiw] !
the future of Camp Blanding as '
.seat thin list day of pecomber!
\ these precautions, Dr. McCreary west to Starke. This highway Is' an Important establishment, Is A. D, 1040.OFFICIAL. nxin l) :

\ \ believes. lean than 20 feet wide. Its usefulness ( \ SKAT.) A. .1. Thonta
) problematical. \ Is further limited by wooden
Florida.' "
Ir: Twelve ChaplainsSoldiers bridges built to support loads not 'The attention of the Florida, John County... I llendernon unllc'ltor for r' r\: r r i iL

exceeding 11,000 pounds. State Road Department and also plaintiff, 1-J 4t 1-24 ,

in training at Camp "Roads recommended will pro- ,communities Interested in the development lOll TIIIc'iii4'1 IT ('.n It'I' or : :
.11 1)1(1 \l. C Illl'I 1'1'1':1, JJJrJvj1) :
I'i.IlI'II '
May the New Yeor see Blanding. will not lack for spirit- vide an adequate highway net. of Camp Blanding is 'miNTt'iii: OF n, )iiiii %,

the realization of your ual guidance. A total of 12 Thoroughfares should lead north- Invited to the Importance of the AM> FOil lilt I>KOIIII tlllLester '10'1"I I l tl.

every ombition and may chaplains are already stationed at east into ,Jacksonville and south road net surrounding this great lOll ('iIA'IJlY A. iH'rante. I ::JJ

you enjoy health, happi- the post and more will likely west to Gainesville; northwest ,asset to Florida. Highways. of ..Plaintiff ,-,'

ness and prosperity.Best arrive when the 43rd Division through Lawtey connecting with sufficient width and proper con- Nellf* II Durrance, ,

moves in next month. the Important Highway No. 13 I otructlon are essential to warrantthe Defen
of luck to each of end southeast through Palatka continued development of thin. IIIIKII 11111. Kltit IH" PIIII.U"'IIOOllNTAT I\4MKH: f \ ,

you during the New Year, Troops To InauguralTwo to connect with Highways No. 17 i great project," \-: OF FLoniDA! \
TO Nelll 11. Durrance:
is our sincere
wish.
It appearing-" from Ihe Affidavit
battalions and a detach filed In Ihe above entitled cause
Children's Pet Show PlannedAs
stationed that the place of redden of Nellie -
ment of the 106th Engineers i
n. Dui'ranee, (tie Df'n Three Friends at Camp Blanding, will at. Part Of Strawberry FestivalSelection unknown; that her lost Bpeclflo
tend inaugural ceremonies In Tal- place' or resilience. known to Affiant

when and coronation of a. out of all the Bradford County wan Seville, Florida; that said Defendant
Barber' Shop lahassee next Tuesday I I. over the age of twentyone -
Spessard L. Holland becomes governor "Strawberry Queen" aa a climax [ pets that cart be carried riddenor years and that there I Is. no

& Leila's Beauty Salon of Florida. The trip will to the six-day Strawberry Fes- dragged to the judge's plat person of In subpoena the Stale upon of whom Florida would, service -

be made In the form of a practice t i val and Agricultural Fair I; form to compete for worthwhile bind the said. Defendant.IT .
;Mr. and Sirs. ,V. B. Mundy I IH IIIIHRHV: CHlI'I IUf;: ) that
at Market
tactical scheduled the Farmer's prizes.
be In
march and will the Defendant, Nellie II. Dmrnnie, ,
formation. February 1st to 7th has been an-,( Tops In popularity on the six- be and she Is hereby required to
1 to I h. bill of complaint
T. Frank Landrum. appear"
nounced by day program will probably be the ,
: filed In the above entitled cause,
president of the local non-profit big free barbecue scheduled for wherein. the Plaintiff' seeks. to obtain 1 ARJ
I divorce from the I..r..et..llt.N..III. ,
the event. a '
corporation sponsoring the opening Saturday. Februarylit.
.. [I. Durisnce., on or before
Details on the manner in which ) ., officials sail., The entire Monday th* 3rd rt''v of .February

the Queen of the Festival will' be populace of Bradford and adjoin A. D", 1441, otherwise the alleira- I
tlons of the said bill Kill betaken A$ another New Year under
selected will soon be made public ing counties are invited to at- as c.nht"d, by the .al.11 gets way, we

It Is said but it Is definitelydecided tend and preparations are being Defendant IS: FITITIIKK OIltlKnnD: that i iIT I wish, to express again our greetings and to '

that all young ladies. of; made to accommodate all who this Order he published one a I that hearts 3TORODE
week for four consecutive weeke say to you our are grateful for
Bradford County will be invited come.. '
In the /flradford County Telegraph.
to compete for the high honor and Choice of the Farmer's Market a newspaper, of general circulation. the share of fortune it has been our lot to i

considerable prizes await the win- published In Bradford County, j
a.s location for the Strawberry Florida. I

ner. I I Festival and AgriculturalFair 1 IHWIAND' OUDKIIKD at Hiurke 1' enjoy.'q V

We ore grateful for your Lists of several hundred Items I was decided only after a I Florida<.. I'. *940.OI'FIcIAE.this. diet day of December 1; We trust this message to each of you will

eligible for prizes and premiums.} ,careful survey! of other available ( $':AI.) A. J. Thomas, '
consideration of our ser including fruits, vegetables. hogs' locations officials said, and the Clerk. l-J 41 .-.10 I embody all the sincerity and feeling that is in I
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vices during the post year. cattle poultry eggs/: canned and'' ,final decision was Influenced lTiiK 4in;iir: : ('01 HF rnn our thoughts at this season We are well aware

preserved goods, knitting sewing: :largely by the fact that the Bradford TIIK Et(4II'P'll: Jl III''11. 4''Iit. .
The trust and confidenceyou and other domestic science products : County Farmer's Market I.a Is ('I rr 4>F IIIK .r ,ir.: I>K 1'1011. of the fact that without your own generosity
111 % 1% 4 Ml lOll Jill 41>>>K >IIM
have shown in us ore have been prepared for I natural focusing point for affairs <.01.*.-v iiii txiat.. ( ,%'.: we would not have enjoyed! such a splendid

release. : of agricultural Interest offers f>U. IIMMIRIISAbetn
early I C.. Pace single, InllvlI"I business during the
past year. Therefore at
our incentive to attempt Announcement was made also': adequate parking facilities! ally and an Kxfutrlx of I the n.late ,

Our with !I- tiust' ...cgreater things in the years of the children's Pet Show a''and permits arrangements spacious of Charles Plaintiff.Oeorir F. Pace. decenncd. this, the start of another year, we pause to say, '

feature of the Strawberry Festival I enough to accommodate the '* ,
"
ct may .u.i ,,d your to come. We are resolved and Agricultural Fair tnat thousands who are expected to W. Cole, .t al I, "Happy New Year.

New Yt.r. to always keep thoughtfully is expected to result In a turn- ,attend. OHDEH Defendant OF MCATIUN HKKVlfK: BY PUB- I


( in mind needs TO: Oeorg-e W. Cole. If living, and, -
your Railroads ComplimentedThe The remaining 8.800 arrived by If dead, the helre. d.vleeer.\ vran-
cinimfrir I ,
tee and all purlieu by
that
and desires so we may automobile and truck. through or under ileorwe W. Cole; ,

Seaboard and Southern deceased '
more efficiently serve you. T. H. DIllon If living and. If
tIER MAIN FT/R
who from
railroads, ran spurs dead the heirs devfe. vranleeM. ,
Starke and Theressa respectively Carl: "Don't do arny more anti all parties. claIming br,
in for Christmas dear." through or wnder T. M. billon,
''to Camp Blabdln came tfcopp'ng today deceased ; CHEVROLET COMPANY

STARKE DRY CLEANERS .. a share of bouquets tat week. His wife: "'\l1y rot: ?" T. H. tloyt. If llvlnv and. If 0Sc
dead.. Ihe helm. d.vt...... ran*
"I
They were complimented by Army Carl (osjt't cwry: any DlO1'e'bundJN.
teen, and all partlee claiming by.
LAUNDRY officials for handling the 1 heavy'L ." throiwUr or under T. U. Hw>t, d... Stance: Fla. '

a AND : troop movement" i D.t o. Blandliigj r Wif: '"Qh. la. that all ? 1 was ceased parties:. an
; without a single accident. Around afraid you were going to say under any or all of the parties tI
: the 11.700 had nx re above named or otherwise, tr t
7,600 of men now stationed you no > Uloney.WallSt.
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the properly hereinafter deacrlbed 1 1e
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N9 41'' BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKOKAm. STAKKK, FLORIDA FRIDAY ,JANUARY s,, 1St I

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Confederacy, at the home of Mr. ever been able to boast An Mr. and Mrs W. H. Struth had Hospital EquipmentEleven --

n SOCIETY and CLUBSGrove I and Mrs. Cody in,, Lawtey. other one that caught my eye as guests during the holidays

Bowls and vanes" of beautiful was Ona Demorest's Like their children and grandchildren i solid carload of
chrysanthemums and early something out--of a fairy book, It Mr. and Mrs W. L. Edwards and meat for the gigantic' tqulp.
Camp
To Celebrate I All Circles W. S. C. S. Baptist Circles blooming calendula added to the looked Too bad Margaret daughter, Fredrlcka Mr. and Mrs ding hospital arrived lust nlllll.
attractiveness of the large Duncan's couldn't compete (she Frank Bauknlght and daughter, week
50th AnniversaryStarke i To Meet Monday Will Hoia Meetings ing room where the guests were, was one of the judges)' for It Jane Merrill, and Mr. and Mrs. representing .complete furn hingd

,I seated. would certainly have been in therunnit' Wm. G. Struth and family, all for at least half of the : {,
6, Circle No. OO-bed
Crove 278 of the Su Circles of the Woman's Societyof Monday, January
.
of Jacksonville, Mrs L. M. De-
Forest Woodmen Circle Christian Service will meet 1 of the Baptist W. M. U.. will The president, Mrs. G. W. Rob wards. The hospital will probably
premo Eva Anderson "enjoyed" XmasIn Sha end daughter, Marjorie., of -
will celebrate the 50th 'Monday( afternoon at three o'- meet at the home of Mrs. T. K. erts, presided and the meeting be completed some time
AnnlVt'r.I'ary bed while visitor Ills, Iris; Wildwoc. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. this
of the Order at clock. Circle Number One will McClane, on W Madison Streetat was opened with prayer by the month. One of the
pinched hit In the kitchen stead Page and sor. Billy and Martin, wards t t. aj.M .
with Mrs. Titus Olson, at 3p.m. chaplain, Mrs. A. M.: Darby,
of the Grove officers meet
stallation
ready In use.
of W.
being "entertained" Says It Lake City, and Marti
Circle No. 2 will meet at the which was followed by the flag .
South Street.
7 In the I her home on Walnut
Tuesday night, January made her feel at home Struth, of the U. b. ftavy, who
of II. L. Brownlee 3 salutes. First the United States
Hall. Mrs. Olson will have a s Joint home Mrs. ,
Legion I I tors Vlvlrette is stationed Pensacola.Firing .
Holiday v s : at
.
Mrs W. B. flag was saluted with the usual
hostess Miss Kale Struth. p. m. Monday. -
Those taking: part In the pro (Floyd) Cale. plus hubby and twochommln' I
Circle Number Two will meetat Alexander will be leader for the I familiar words; then the Confederate -
I
gram will be: Mrs Lillian Walker. children from Charlotte,
the home of Mrs. J. W. White. afternoon. Mrs. J. H Lord will flag. was given a salute Range StartedWork
Mrs. };ula. N. C, Daughter
as follows ."I salute the Confederate -
Hostesses: Mrs. White, Misses be co-hostess.
Members from Starke, Lake plays the violin divinely Martha I )is now In progress on j "
with affection
Olive and Amelia Ray Mrs. H. 1. Lawson will entertain flag reverence 111ttIr, 't
Butler, Lake City, Jacksonville," Circle Number Three will meet Circle 3 at her home on i a n d undying rememberance. Everybody's ravin' who the "small arms range" at Camp 1 'ItJV
Trenton and Tallahassee .
Sunday
Alachua, with Mrs. W. B. Sewell at her Monday at 3 p. m. She will also ." Blanding, which will be located
will enjoy this celebration.All Well so long, C-streeters ,
After the transaction of bu.fl-
Street. lead the .
home on North Walnut program.The just Road 48 from the
other member from In and Matrons' Circle will ness, the historian, Mrs. E. L.Biggs Hope to see you soon over a spotof across
out of town are cordially asked Young stated that the 19th of' tea and a couple of broken main body of tne camp. Firing
as
To Address meet in the of the Baptist
Chaplain annex practices will begin there
to attend this Important meet- resolutions '. some
is the anniversary
January birthday
Ing. New River W. M. U. Church, Monday night at 7:30: ( o'- -Carolyn. time this month with such armsas
of Robert E. Lee something
clock. Mrs. Paul Raymond(! and
rifles machine and
,
mortars.
-- guns -
about his life would be the sub- asA
Mrs. Moore will be host.
Chaplain Holland of Camp Jerry Vondlvlere _
ject for consideration Mrs. Biggs Mrs. S. P. and son,,
Blanding will be the principal exsea. Pitner, who spent a week herewith
then Miss Olive

i WANTEDAt speaker the New at River the Quarterly Association Rallyof W meeting It will, and be a members New Year are re.l I who read presented Thomas of the,, Nelson forgiving Page'sdescription Ray and ]! Mrs. G.Mrs.W Van Alderman lvlere's, left mother Mon, 'THREE-MINUTE RELIEF The New Year brings GUI

M. U., to be held at the Baptist quested to bring fruit and
day for their home in Orlando.
Once Church here next Friday, January factions useful life of, Lee after the War Three minutes after you take sincere Greetings to all our
Between the States had closed.
10. Theme of the meetingWill The Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Elsma-Rex to relieve acid-Indiges- customers and an apprci--
be "Evangelism.; Woman's Club To Meet Mrs. .Roberts' presented Miss Spencer spent several days last tion, you will feel better. Bisma- ation for the considerationwe
Edwina Wiggins, of
1 DELIVERY BOY Keystone
The morning devotional at 10 Next WednesdayThe week In Sarasota visiting their Rex goes to work promptly and
o'clock will be led by Mrs. S. E. Heights, and Miss Jean Edwards, son-In.law and daughter. Mr. I keeps right on working for pro- have enjoyed during; tae:
of Lawtey, who delighted their
1 GIRL FOR SODA Sparks and a welcoming address regular meeting of the audience with accordion music. Spencer will return the last of longed relief. Bisma-Rex acts past year.
I will be made by Mrs. L. G. Woman's Club will be held next MI. the week and preach at the four ways to relieve acid-indiges
Powell. I I I s Wiggins played "Blue Dan- Methodist church tion. Buy a bottle of 50 doses
Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 0'.1 ube on Sunday. Our good wishes to
Waltz"
FOUNTAIN WORK and Miss Edwards every
} for 50c at the Rexall Drug Store.
the afternoon session clock in the club auditorium.
Opening "
t at 1:30: o'clock Mra. M. F. Hazen R. J. Davis, chairman of music and played as-"In'a an closing Old Dutch number Garden, I Mr. and Mrs: I. P. Samuel Carpenter's Drug Store in one of you,end,yours-
they
1 HOUSE SERVANT will lead the devotional, following will have' charge of the program.j played a duet ."Under the Double and Mr. and Mrs. Myrick of .:Starke

which the Rev. A. E. Lightfoot Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Jr. will Eagle." I Petersburg Va., were guests last
will speak on "Evangelism'With give the monthly review which week of their nephew and niece, I IMr.
Young People." has been a regular feature of club The hostesses, assisted b y .- and Mrs. Jake Shuford of ANTIQUESPAULINE Robert Green
Misses Roberts <<
Patsy and
Canova Jean
Pharmacy the their to Miami
meetings during year. I Lawtey, on way COLLINS
For sale Adding Machine and Hostesses will be Mrs. L. F, Edwards served tempting apple and Key West for a two week's
pie a-la-mode coffee GIFT SHOPAt Solicitor For Starke Dry
and
': STARKE, FLA. Typewriter lllbbon at Telegraph Chapman, Mrs. P. D. Fancher, salted visit.
nut .. Mrs. Mrs. I
office Mrs J. C Wallace, Mrs. L. A. Cody, Roberts Cleaners
and Mrs. Edwards I Belvedere
Shepherd, and Mrs. J. C.. Booker.U. had as their Friends here regret to hear Azalea Nursery
guests: Mr .-Effie l Miner, Mrs.A. that O. L. Beasley Is quite ill In Earlton FlaP.

D. C. Entertained M. Darby Mrs. O. L. Haynes, a Tampa hospital. Mrs. BeasleyIs o.drJno Waldo, Fla.
Mrs. M. F, Brown, Mrs. Louie-
from seri-
slowly recovering a
In,Order To Meet Hy Lawtey Members belle Moore of Plant City, Mrs. ous illness at the home of her -
E. L.
Biggs, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, Mr. and Mrs. C. Dur-
parents, A.
Mrs Irvin B. Mrs.
Cody, Hal. Misses Olive and', Amelia Ray.B. .
I den, In Tampa.
Edwards, and Mrs. George W. ;
Increased Production Costs
Roberts were joint I hostesses '
F Renfro"e
; fort Myers ,
Mr.: and Mrs. G. E. Miller and
Wednesday afternoon when they a former ciMzert of Bradford ,small son Jack, of Denver'Col.,
We Find It Necessary entertained the W. T Weeks I ,County, *'w a s fylsttlng l relatives)i| ,are spending two weeks here aaguests
Chapter, United Daughters of the ;here
during ,,thebolldays.
I j jI of Mrs. Miller's parents,
I Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, who
To Make I :ulso have as guests Mr. and Mrs.C. .

I Carolyn Callstreet i ::. C. Shepherd, of Griffin, Ga. JLJET'S

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A Slight Advance In Prices
I Mr. and Mrs J, M. Brownlee

Well, folks-believe It or not.fi! recover '. ,fad to pop buck *and family had as holiday guests, ,START
Effective January 6th. Xmas and New Years have come I Into bed J Mrs.+ S. A. Brinson and Sheldon r .
an' gone, an' we were all so busy j! Edna and' Dink Hart enjoyln' 'Brinson. of Bainbridge, Ga.. Mr.

we hardly even noticed.I At :i another reprieve Party *and, hire Milton Brownlee, Jr.,
the rate we're goin' these daysl 11 leasing (their house ciin't arrive und little daughter, Catherine, ANflW

We wish to take this' opportunity to thank the you'd( better start right now; for:) another month 'or so ''The and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dell, al:

!, people of Starke and trade packln' lunch for that Fourth o'I, 1 Harts were look In' everywhere Df) Gainesville.Mr. -
surrounding
area I July picnic It'll slip up on I :i for a room when they learned'!
who have made it possible for us to build a you 'fore you know It! I (they could stay !home a while)i' and Mrs. S. A. Weldon had I As we pass another milestone of time, let's stop

successful dry cleaning and laundry estab Riddle: What is Xmas withouta 1 longer, yet i 'Sa toss up as *as guests the past week: Mr. just long enough for us to our sentiment
dance/' ', Answer: You outta t to who were the most pleased- and Mrs. D. R. Shaffer, of Winter express
lishment. We pledge ourselves to continue know -you've jus' lived through I they or their' roomers I : Park; Mrs. Blanche' Hamilton, of the season.

striving to give the best possible service it! Guess everybody was too Saw Judge Perryman limber In' Df Plttsburg Pa., S. M. Shaffer,

under 'all conditions and in announcing n' busy countln' sheckles to think 1 i up at the new bowling ally tother at Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Bryan We cherish the thoughts of the fine associationsthat
about groin' giddy Pleasures I i night He's an expert bowler, 'Burkes, and Miss Stroud, of Griffin -
,slight advance in prices' we are endeavoring before business, I allus say J I I :i as well as ex-baseballer, you Ga. have been ours and take this method of

to keep them as low as possible, and still continue Too bad nobody ever agrees with :I know i

to operate under greatly increased cost me! | ''Nother landmark gone from Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Orr and expressing a true appreciation.

But Santy was generous Jug'.i" production.. the same Bless his heart :i nlngs movln' from the Manning I have moved here to make their

.. An' judgtn' by the number of :]House[ to their little, place northwest 'home. Mr. Orr has purchasedthe WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
diamond wrist! watches flash In' of B. H. S. First time \t: Maurice Edwards place on
STARKE DRY around town, the old fellow mus' ; I in about 40 years Mr. Manning' West" Madison Street and is
CLEANERS
AND be work In' on the Sunday shift at I 1 l1asn't.had a foothold on the wellknown 1 partner with S. A. Weldon in the V. S. ST. JOHN, Owner

LAUNDRY Camp Blanding! > Counted no :] thorougftfffX .., ri |]new bowling alley on Temple,
I I I
lean than five In jus" a few hours' Joke's On You Dept.: Noon,' venup. .
tother day The lucky (and Wainwright walked clear home to) I -
l'' JUNIUS HI., SMITH: Owner Phone 28 VERY Miss Lorene Shaw who Is r
must be good) little girls ]look on a map In order to help employed -
are Myrtlce Carpenter, Ruth an' I a stranger' find 303 Clark Street'1 t'I in' Barksdale' store here,'I

Lillian Sternberg. Dea (Mrs. Jos. ,, 'Mnglne, his! rprl"e to flntjfj] ';was visiting her parents, Mr. and !
'
I E.) Wilson and Lee (Mrs. L. 'twiis' his own.'flt&istAUu.\' !' Well j Mrs. D. L. Shaw of LaCrosse ou' RNEVvYEAR'S I

A.) Davis What's the secret, I 13 you needn't laugh ? What's,I Christmas: Day Others who enjoyed -
ladles'I/ I i":YOUR house number/' the day with Mr. and Mrs
An' Komrad Krlngle showered Supposed to be n deep secret, !Shaw: were i Mr. and. Mrs. G. W.
j
his blessings in other directions I but I'll let you In on It If you Rivers, Selma River and Evelyn

WE too Jerome Johns came by i \won't tell anybody else, Fabulous Starling:; of Graham.! Mr. ana
WELCOME two (count 'em) portable radios i plans are beln ]laid for a Mrs. P. S. Crews, Spencer Crews

The Frank Landrums by a'I' I big amusement park somewhere !and Mrs. J. B. Rlbers of the State:

a 4 a '''''' gorgeous new dining room suit t near i Bet the soldiers (as Farm! and Corp. Roy E. Alienof
.' *'"' *; .,I But he seemed to have a'\well na the natives, ) will surely .' Fort Jackson S. C.,
The one-track mind! when he came to Ii t be glad 'Specially those who --

| Irma Buford 4 She received stand nt the corner of Call and 'I JoRtliev*
,[ nix' (or was It only four?) lufly.lsllpn Walnut with that "that'll wed Mhtry et ft @

) now" expression ,, o n their J ''' WISH
(t In spite of the boom. Call St., faces I[ .
I seemed. unusually dead New' Orchids to Doe Herlong for ,

h NEW YEAR Year's eveVIt h so much, dojt i takln'1: time out of"his,' busy day to ( X666UOUlnTASLETS
re ml In circulation guess everybody j plan that spectacular Xmas tree I

!, brate went. to Even the the city fire to siren cele-j.';-, Quite the largest\ Starke has .SAWS.ttOM CROP 'fa Gd a t.lzlclJ4

failed to blow An' the usual I I I

,r parade of honk In' autos was conspicuous -

And in doing so, we are mindful of the splendid by I Its absence r
Where WAS everybody! ?/ ;' "
cooperation we have had during the years past. Why doesn't somebody TELL me G As the New Year approaches w

these things'? 1 B .1R.11LJ.1y1.&LGJET1HGS
We are not without appreciation when thinking of Glad to see! Margaret Amann receive our humble share of ,satis

I the splendid patronage that has been ours, and we (Wolfe & McLeod: ) out again faction by giving our service 'to'
after nursln' auto accident Injuries .'
wish to thank each of you for whatever part you may for several weeks] Like -J. this community. Our cordial andIi

have }had in the progress of this firm. to see! ht'r'brcezln' along Call ,

StreetValk reminds me of I, I I heartfelt wishes for your ht': :' ,''ness

Happy New Year to you and Hope Williams (staged in Holiday I
yours. for the New Year I and prtuperity.We ; !'\ .
II ,
What; a difference! a sign I I
'- makes! Uptttalrs over the Z t like to feel that each of you
IATUATt1? Tip Top looks almost' like a skyscraper I
1ft. is of friends and
"In'eV.. T. Clute (pleasant & I one our loyal

... mild-mannered D a y ton a Q \" ,-s We have found that I that our success, whatever it may
Beach realtor who 1"i
.. Starke "home") hung now out calls his. t)I yhr. "i- friendship in business is J be, is a reflection of yours.
?
shingle Every little improvement tIf 11.p/ its greatest asset and near i
puts Starke just an Inch 'r
You have been liberal with
.. nearer the "city"" ,classification : ,1 grateful: for yours. I 1 very

Thai's 'why we desire to convey our compliments of the your patronage, and we are
vsu. Cnllstreeters continue to shift!

jobs an' get new ones so fast New Year tJ;far!]t our' friends and to express:: our sincere I ,grateful. We trust that these

.,., ...'. I Inadequate that! even my. .watchful Carolyn eye Green Is wishes for( your prosperity in the coming year. I associations have been as pleasant

I behind! the cash register! In the to you as they have been to us.
new drug (store Cleveland .
I 'I Driggers back behind. I .
bank bars
B. JACOBS I'| again so forth KO forth .. ; We wish you all the joys of the

r .15. ,. AND so forth THE JOUN! H. DENM yR .NN TJsu4
Y 'EU { \ New Year and
i ... ,, << 'tt Yea f.k may your. every
t + NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICEI .. AdVlct f re m Ruby Johns: .'' 'I K. .. ."
"Don't wash your' hair when recovering ,COMPANY ',. w .' '> jwiih> I fulfilled, -. < *.

from the flu She J .
I j did, and ahe didn't That I Is-. HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY

|(she did wash It, an' she didn't .I Phone 144 Starke. FJa.JANAQ .

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FRIDA, .JANUARY S. leu BRADFORD C01XTV TELEORAPII STAIR; FLORIDA __ un rAG ecru B J
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Miss Isabel Fernandez, who :Mrs. F. H Long had D8 holiday Dr. and Mra W. E. :Mlddleton Mr. and Mrs. T. N LlmbaucA.
IT BITS of LOCAL NEWS I teaches Spanish in the Woman's guests her daughter, Miss Lois have had as guests during the of Jacksonville, Mr and, Mm.

: College, returned Thursday to Long of Jacksonville. Dr. and holidays Mr and Mrs. J<:. L. Mid- Thomas Llmbaugh and.. two chll- {(.
_. _____u_ Tallahassee after a visit here Mrs B. S. Carroll of Jackson- dleton and Miss Marjorie Sue dren of Sparks, Ga., were her\ }si

L. A. Davis spent Mon. Miss Evelyn Stump is spending Janet Anderson has Just returned with her mother, Mrs. R. S. Fernandez vUle were also Christmas Day Mlddleton of Jacksonville, and Friday visiting Mr. and Mrs. P'i.$.
Mrs.in Jacksonville. this week with Dr. and Mrs. S. from a visit with her guests of Mrs. Long. Mrs. Mae Jones of Washington, A. Scott and! Mr and Mrs Homer :f

lay P. Vandlvlere, of Orlando grandmother, Mrs. J. F. Burtonin D. C. Llmbaugh. ''',''

Mrs. J. M. Brownlee spent Rome, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. M F. Brown and Mrs. C M. Fowler and daughter i '
ursday in Jacksonville. Charles Pender of the U. S. children Marcus and ,Florence, returned I Margaretta, spent Christmas Mr. and Mrs. George Bennett Mrs. Kdward, Burns left Thursday '!:
Marine Corps is visiting his Mrs. S. S. Dowling was calledto Thursday fro pa Tampa here with Mrs. Fowler's sister, and small lion, of Jacksonville, for Dallas, Texas for a visit: \1' *
an4 Mrs. t. A. Davis and father, W. D. Pender.D. Jacksonville Monday because where they were guests" of Mrs. Miss Clyde Nell Thomas. Also were here Thursday visiting Mr. with her mother Mrs. R. A. Bar ,j
Mr. of friends visited Silver of the Illness of her sIster Mrs. Brown's mother. Mr r J, J. Fltz- here was Miss Thomas' brother, and Mrs. J. M: Smith and Mr. rett. She will atop on the way [
a party Wednenday. R. Wltkovskl spent New James Godbold.Mr gerald.Mr. R. L. Thomas. of Wildwood. and Mrs. W. L. Wall Mrs. Bennett In Eldorado Ark., for a visit; j I'
prlngs Years Day in Llveoak with Mr. Is remembered here as Miss with her sister, Mrs. Jack Ward.
and Mrs. B. E. Hatfield. *. Loure Crenshaw and son, i and :Mrs Leroy Bevins.Mr1 .
Murla Weeks. niece
I Miss Ella Fay' Price was the Walter, of and Mrs Wm. E. Plummerof
Jacksonville, were I Mr and Mrs. R. R. Jones and
Luot Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs.r Blanchard D. LAW,. of >Winter dinner guests of Mrs L. S. Hutto Lawtey, who recently returned ; daughter, Hazel, were visitors J'
K McClane, Jr. Haven is the guest of his cousin, Christmas day. from a brief wedding Crip to I here from Tampa Tuesday As Miss Mary Brownlee and Miss! ', ami Mrs. K. a. Duncan w "
Mrs. A.. E. Wall, and Bill Dun- points on the East Coast, were I former citizens of the county, Joyce Humphrey, of St. Louis, !had as guests Christmas Day.
visiting friends here Tuesday Mo., who spent a week here with Mrs. Rosa Duncan ft n ff Mlaw ; >&;
Mrs. Comer
Mr and eek-ntIIn can. Long of Dade City and they were pleased to see the progress '
L-llI\ spend the :. .Lakeland Richard Long of Gainesville were morning. I made here in recnt months. Miss Brownlee's parents, :Mr. and I Carolyn Duncan of Jake Button. |
Mrs. II. L. Brownlee, left Saturday They were Joined during the aft- ,2j I
'
with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Say holiday guests of their mother, )
age spent Christmas Day In Lake Mrs. F. H. Long. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins to return to St. Louts. On ernoon by Mr. and Mrs. L. A* 'j'
Myrtle I An'derson. of Butler with :Mr. Savage's par had as New Year's." Day guests, Lt. and Mra. I:. W. Hayes, Jr., Wednesday afternoon of I last Duncan and Mr. and Mrs. 'T. :IlL 1'1':]

Mrs. Pa., is here visiting ents. Johnnie Hagan. who Is Mr. and Mrs. J. L, Brlggs and were guests. Christmas day of week!' Mr. anal Mrs. Brownlee and Duncan and family of Gaines I
Ia.vertord and friends' employedat children. Miss Betty Bilggs; Mr. their respective parents. Mr. and their guests visited Silver Springs sills 1
Martlrwrvtlle
{ family Va., the 1a
:cr spent and Mrs. John Love Wilkes, all Mrs. E. W. Hayes and Mr and I : .
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Mrs. Mae Edwards and son Joe holidays here with his mother, ''i
of Jacksonville.Tom Mrs. C. B. Strickland. Lt. I
Jlllyt'lIj
Anderson is spending a Edwards, Jr., returned Monday Mrs. Della Hagan. ,
I Lyle Is stationed at Fort Bennlng, Gas
hw in Jacksonville as' the from a visit with relatives in
'days of Billy Blakely. Miami. Mrs. Ii). C. Morris and daughter Ritch returned Wednesday! i i ,
lIest
t
Ernestine, of Everglade City, rto i Emory University In Atlanta Corp Roy E. Alien of Fort '; e m k '
ra
Marian Dowling spent thehrlstmus Homer Llmbaugh Jr., .spent were Sunday visitors of Mr. and),|after spending the holidays with Jackson S. C.. has been visiting!, ,h dt ,
Miss .
his mother, Mra Carrie Ritch ,
relatives here
friends and
Mrs. E. J. Dowling. during 1 "
here with her the holiday* in Tallahassee with l"
holidays
and hla uncle and' aunt,. Mr. und the holidays. He has been stationed ,
Mrs. E. J. Dow- Mr. and Mrs. Quint and
Mr. and us Kayle f
arents family- Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lenear and Mrs T. J. Griffin. In Hawaii for two and a 1 'J

ng. I Miss Nellie Ughtsey, of Colum- half years ml only recently re- .
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez had as her bia, fl C., visited Mrs. L. S. Hut Mrs. F. C. Durshlmer and two tuied to the United States,
I house guest for the New Year to Sunday afternoon. daughters, Miss! Margaret and YV V ;
.holidays, Miss Mary Lopez of Miss Eleanor of II r o o ksville, Mrs. W. T. Jackson who has 4 i r
I Tampa.Mr. R. M., Johnson of Graham, the spent Christmas Day with 'Mrs. spent some time here with her
first man to grow tobacco in Durshimer'g son, F. LH,,Duishi- sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. ;

and Mrs. :M. C. Long and Bradford County, was a visitorto mer, of Midlakes. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Lt, ,, t w ;,Itit, i:
Starke last Friday. I and Mrs. T. T. Long has returned t
son Laurence, of St. Augustine, |
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Call and to her home In Baconton,
were holiday visitors of Mrs. L.
S. Hutto. Mrs.A. Z. Adkins Miss Amelia 1 I children, Jimmy and Martha, Ga, Mrs. Jackson was! called here ttI t
LWRIi. Ray, and Andrew Z.i Adkins, Jr.,' Klckllter, of Charlotte N. C., because. of the Illness of Mrs. Carpenter -
were In Lawtey Monday visiting I were here the past week visitingMrs. Friends of Mrs. Carpenter i i
Mr; and Mrs. J.. J. Mulholland, Dr. and Mrs. Q. W Brown I E. L. Biggs and Mr. and will be glad to learn that she !II'',
of Atlanta Ga., were here Tues Mrs. Herbert C. Ritch. is improving. l'

day visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr .and Mrs. G. E. Miller and __I
Brownlee.Mr. 1.1'1 small son. Jack, of Denver, Col., I
I are guests of Mrs. Miller's par I ''I r.ii t 1\ I

and Mrs. Wilmer T. ents, Mr. and Mrs. I. P, Shepherd I ,,1- I

Holtzendorf spent Christmas In _
Ii I
Lakeland with Mr. and Mrs. T t
_ _
M. Oliver. E. M. Davis returned to actives j
i n.
To the friends and good duty as a mall carrier here this
Mrs Sevia and week' after '.a several month's
of this firm. Mr. and Fred Ed
customers son, Fred, Jr., ,of Gainesville, leave of absence* because of 111 flJ DAYSIS

We are grateful for your were guests Thursday of Mrs. J. health. I :

W. White. I 1 A LONG TIME
patronage and trust that we Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Davis. Mr. ,f.

may continue to merit a continuance Miss Pearl Manning recently and Mrs Henry Messer, of Madison -i 1
returned to Starke from Bran-[' were guests Sunday of Mra. 1I But we enjoy every one of them
during the, coming .ford, and is employed in Leila's'' J. M. Mitchell and Miss Lucile,
New Year.Barksdale's I Beauty Salon.Epidemic. I j Mitchell. I I II I that we spend with our friends of
II I
I &r4wlfs I this community
ofCold I Miss' Alice St. John has returned -'
to Dai'len. Conn., after. I Your friendships and patronageore
.
Symptoms the here with'' I
spending holidays
Store appreciated by, the manage .
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. S. '
: As the old year draws to a cordial rel'4!..inf we have en I k
666
with
6CO Tablets
00(1( Uijul.l: or St. John. ment and personnel of this "rm,
Salve l or 66 None Drops generally,, I close, amid the good cheer andfellowship toyed, 'for the new 'friends made

relieves cold symptoms. the first Mr; and Mrs C, C. Shepherd I:' of the Holiday Season and the old friendships more \ and it is our sincere wish that we

I ,ilay. -Adv.ftcippy. .I!' who, have spent the holidays herewith : we desire to express< anew our closely bound. can continue to be of service to

Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, grotitude for the rnonifold Please accept cur best wishes you throughout the coming yecr. f'

: returned Sunday to their home In'': ,Courtesies' rpcelycd<;l,,,,, for the 'for the New Year I .. ,) ,',. ,
Griffin, Ga. i ,
I I I c' ... ,. i. .. (

I Mr. and Mrs. Owen J. Phillips I I CARPENTER"S : : ".
0- of Lawtey announce the birth of

a daughter, Ola Mae in St. Vln- ,
I 1 cent's Hospital Jacksonville, De-
., cember 19. The Personnel of Your
I The Rexall Store

I W. A. Pope of Fountain N.|, LOCAL A & P STORE ':
I C., who hits been a guest at the I! 1 rrM
home of Judge and Mrs. A. Z.II M
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Adkins left Wednesday to return -,
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home. --- .. : -- -- : : .:; .
Jew eafV I THEBradford i

The Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Mont
gomery and four children, of
Jacksonville were New Year's

consideration dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.O. County Strawberry FestivalTO '
We feel deeply grateful for the you W. White. 's'sna
take this
and
hove so kindly extended to us in the past t

opportunity, at the close of.the year, to thank you for Mr. and Mrs. .I, C. Garner, BE HELD FEBRUARY 1ST TO 7TH 1940
to enjoy.In .
been
all the fine things that have ours have announced the birth of al I I I '

continued effort on our lion on Saturday morning December ''Y
the New Year we pledge :
port to merit your goodwill. In appreciation of this Jacksonville.Miss 28 in St. .Vincent's Hospital ANNOUNCES r r t ,
in
consideration, and the splendid patronage resultingfrom I d dT1
it, we extend to you and yourS a cordial greeting M1r x
for the New Year. May it be filled with all the good Marjorie Stump has returned -' IN PRIZES P
to Montlcello, after spend
things you so much desire.BRADFORD ing the Christmas holidays here $ 1 0 0 0

with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T1 AND CASK''

F. F. Stump. 1Mr ,J f
HARDWARE CO.'J. I
and Mrs! Albert LlKhtfoot; IN A 1\\ '.

B. CARLISLE Owner Mr. and Mr.C George De Horde
and son, George Jr., of Miami
I are guests of the Rev. and, Mrs.I STRAWBERRY QUEEN H;

,I E. Lightfoot. :

Mra. W. T. Jackson has returned ,j ,
CONTESTANYONE
I to her home In Haconton.i I
NAT SEZ ,
: i Ga., after a visit with her daughters -

Mrs., T.Mrs T. D.Long.p. Carpenter and i CAN ENTER --- ITS ALL FREE --- EVERYONE\ I INS .;

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'
Mrs S. E. Brownlee returned 1'r' ENTRY
:Best Luck home Thursday from Gainesville, I FILL IN THIS BLANK NO ENTRY FEE .. '

of [ son-in-law where she was and the daughter guest, of Judge tier i ENTRY BLANK (Good For 5,000 Votes) EVERYONE WINS ,( :;, I


and Mrs\ A. V. Long. Candidate -, ABC .._ _
ENTERTODAY r ENTERTODAY
Miss !Kina: Hutto of Jacksonville -

and Miss Caroline Hutto, AddreHs -.. -- I Phone.--- ak
of Columbia S. C., were here
FOR A during the holidays: visiting their I One Entry Blank Only Credited To Contestant!

mother, Mrs. L. S. Hutto. ..._ ,.. .
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II
HAPPY NEW YEAR I Mrs. J, M. Brownlee and daughter K U II'; R
Miss Martha Brownlee, were $$1,000.00PRIZES 1
I. ('antral *t.crts lit MV" end sack at 0 p. m. Nll.\|(|> 'f'b. 6th iti
In Alachua Wednesday afternoon I 2. Any rrnlilcnt. nl Itrit.Ui.nl County |I. eligible. lo enter erupt .
attending house" at the .
"open
May every happiness be I home of Mrs, Frank Palmer, AND CASH fswnt/less' or the Struuhrrry Festival Aa.rclatlau or their 3It
: .
with on this New I II P :1. {'ole t lire itiviiriNl hlIln tli-krl! tn the Hlnwborry Vntlval .It
-t you I I Wilbur A. Scott, of Winter 4. ('"ntf'.h&lIt. vho rrrnnln active
I will' be paid! Jo percent r NhrofnrnlMlnn :4 '
Year's day and the three Garden, was bere Christmas Day Watch' 'J For Complete List "n nil the HrKt. they aril If ...... a prlxe. wliinrr '
hundred and sixty four visiting his parents. Mr. and Mr. ''I H. f'o.ntcMantM" must muko a tep-.rt rurh UcMhuoKUy' und H'..tiirduy r'
.L F. A. Scott, and his uncle and : to ,lw 'un'derfl.1' | an active rvUw'ant eligible' Versa I commlwlon t tl
other days of the year. Serving you in the past aunt, )[1'. and Mrs. J. T. QuIgley. I I If nut a pr"/f' itlnupr.fl. j' I
1 Votes err rot trun-fri-uMn owe : ,
tlwy are turn. Into the
year has been we hope to continue Taunt ufl1l....
s
a pleasure Mr. and, Mrs. Dale Van Sickle I' FESTIVAL I I" OFFICE I v \
during the next twelve months end the yearsto and little) a.n. who have been j 7. Tie nnirjigTiiioiif rI'OIf'r.h.! .. right to ad.1n the prl_ list, J r::
I.s amend or alter the rules. for lltr> pratnrt.. or the rontmtnnt, '
followSTERNBERS'S visiting :Mrs. Van Sickle's mother. I S. \V. Corner Call & Walnut or.the Fmtiiul Ass..eI.st' on. Tho management kiiwiuiteea fair ,r., :
Mrs.: W. J. Epperson and sister I and Impartial ti-e.hiwnt to all. hot should any q urn t Ion Mine ,
Mrs. George A. Aodnoa., ,will : Streets Upstairs the dfwtxlo-i of the nuiiMtgrmriic! 1* to be absolute and filing ,Ot''"'
J I leave, .today tyr their-*borneiC ..OIlt.HIISII"llI, both receive' he tied for. ,* .aM r rIII
Hollywood. California fhey will li STARXE ALA O. Ira entering this ronteM sacs coatMHant prig revs to abide by 'flI .
II be accompanied by Mra. Epper III I the rules a.. wt forth above. '',t tI :

who will make an extended \ I .
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I'visit in Ca uforni .. = __-__ -- -- -- =- -= = ::L-- : : = _-_ _:_

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-1941

PANE 61lI SfADFORiD OOVNTY TELEGRAPH. BT/1RKE/ FLORIDAF'ARMERS' FRIDAY, JANUARY I, 1811
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_ SECTION! Another Visitor Gives ImpressionsOf LIVE STATE NEWS LAKE LE.JID3 IN COrroVLeesburgLake County grow.

__. Starke And Camp BlandingThousands I ers, raised more than 85
--- -
---r of the 3,400 bushels of certify
RURAL flINTS FOR 4'HEFIOUSEIIOLD of visitors continueto water tank the size of the one I SERVICE BY AIR FALL FATAL TO BOY I Sea Island cotton seed

be attracted here every week which sits 'over Plant City. And I I Fort Myern,-The News-Press Miami,-The death of an eight- in Florida this year, according prOduced
COMMON SENSE. . of Blan- it in bold letters the to
{ by the spectacle Camp on painted has an airplane, newsboy who year-old boy who jumped from a R. E.' Norris, Lake County
A STRONG AGRICULTURE "I RESOLVE" ding. They come.'They see. Theygo words, "Camp Blanding." I'flies over a group of sub-tropical moving truck increased Miami's cultural age n t. Twenty-three agrl.,

if home amazed. A few of them We drove through a slight Isles and drops the morning 1940 traffic fatality total to 40, hundred bushels of the fid

11 Farmers as well as others are To Make a Spending Plan: No write their Impressions and it is mist of rain throughout our trip I paper to subscribers without land- compared with last year's 34. The were raised by Lake

asking themselves what they can list of New Year's resolutions always interesting to learn how into Camp Blanding, but It had I ing. By this service the tourist child, William Hannon, died ofa growers co-operating win County h

do to help their country In times would be complete without the we Impress one who" is "on the somewhat abated when we were island residents get the news skull fracture. The driver apparently United States Department the

like, these. They want to do those outside, looking in. In the camp'Ustlf However the with their breakfasts instead of unaware the youngsterand I Agriculture, and 650 bushels of
things which will be for the best mention of the family budget- A recent visitor was W, F.'Jibb, cold:grey'of' the _dawn confrontedus having to ,wait for plow service two other boys had been rid- I raised by other Lake Were

i, Interests of the whole countryand a plan designed to help get the editor of the Plant _City Courier, 'as we**tar-t 'd'our auto journey by boat and terry ing In the rear' of the truck, growers. County

its people. i most good from every dollar the who wrote as follows after his through the, camp-t h e- future drove off.TOURISTS.

I So far as farmers are concerned 'family has to spend. The best pilgrimage to Florida's moat :fourth iargat( city in Florida, 750 HAPPY HOGSMacclennyA CROPS SIIOW GAIN
I R. M. Evans, administrator amazing development: of men FLOCKING INMiamiTransportation
,
nays Both sides of the road, pavedof couple
plans out of the Orlando.-The yield
spending grow of
heardso
Jim and I had read and Florida
of the Agricultural time
cout-se here having "swill"
o ; 'were flanked with are a officials
t Adjustment Administration, "The family council, when the good of much 'about Camp Blandingthat $ trying to find enough hogs to eat crops per acre Increased during
.:newly erect lv buildings. The agree that more people arrived in the past year despite
most important thing and all the whole group comes first, and I we decided It worth our all swill receiving a variety Of
you the
first they are
t we saw were. long, narrow, Miami Sunday than on any pre- :weather adversities
the
neighbors can do to help the while to take a trip to see what I under their contract for hauling Federal
your indlviddual wishes have a place one-story affairs. After about aj j I vious day in the city's history. Agricultural Marketing
country right now is to see that To Plan the Family Diet: A was going on. quarter, mile, of this we turned away all the scraps and swill accumulated A total of 28 trains, 29 busses reported in Its annual Service
carried out We arose at 6 a. m. and started crop
is 8Uai
your AAA program weekly shopping list, a set of a' left and continued along the at Camp Blanding The and 13 planes brought an eat! mary Total acreage of
as it should be on your farms menus to match, and a system out after swallowing cup of shore of ,the lake-still on paving.: 750 hogs they now have can't mated 6,000 visitors! here exclu- peanuts showed a gain corn and
The program you have built in atic tour of the markets will do : coffee In a Gainesville restaurant.Then Here we saw the old style squarewooden1 make a dent In what they are sive of hundreds of others who mont pronounced but the
communities has provided a we began pushing our way changes were
your much for the health, wealth, and ,.tent, structures. getting-and this is just a "dropIn came by private car. Almostall in sugar cane for
and toward Starke and Camp Blan- sugar with
system for raising storingthe bucket" to what t
compared
food and fibre America needs general welfare of any family. ding. The road through Waldoto Everywhere, we looked we saw a regularly scheduled trains had 48 per cent increase and tobacco
Make weekly plans, and In these /"about there will be when 60,000 men to be ran In more than one sec-
i without the waste that comes Starke'! was closed and we had men walking men working, ', with a 49 per cent decrease How.
pluns remember the rules of good ( and Yri' arrive 'at the camp. tion because of the heavy influx
from uncontrolled surpluses and to detour to Melrose, then to cars were parked Just ever, the yield per acre for to.
nutrition. Among them are at Keystone Heights, and on to about_every available space In the and one train, the Mlamian, was bacco also gained, as well
shortages. KILLED as
WORKERS
least a pint of milk daily for ,,Starke, camp. Deputy sheriffs directedthe CAMP run in seven. corn, cotton and peanuts.
He points out that it is generally every member of the family, preferably traffic through the"camp. Jacksonville Camp Blanding
acknowledged that agriculture a quart for children, and All along the road we saw foreman and a carpenter, on their FREAK WIND IN PUTNAM
j Anoh r"
mile of
of the business rush. At this
signs quarter Christmas
,is' the best prepared industry four or more servings of way to work before dawn, were Brings
vege-
6:30 trucks construction and 'after passing six Palatka,-Winds of tornadic
: a. m. were plying
In thin country and that fatally Injured when an ACL pas-
tables and fruits dally (at least Death To
force accompanied by rain, dip- ManyTwo
their way same directionwe or seven streets,, we turned east demolished their ,
the AAA program gives Americathe one of the vegetables should be headed senger train car
were ? Carloads of again aiAlbegan, our exit of the ped Irregularly through a nar-
edge on every other country leafy green or yellow), tomatoesor at the Edgewood avenue crossing.The hundred and
row section of this city last Fri- twenty-three
men were passed at frequent Intervals camp.
.
in the world in agricultural pre- citrus several times a week, ."J; victims: Clement S. Eunice, considerable persons met violent death in
doing damageto the
It is to the Nothing we can write or 3 Box 308 B., day
paredness. looking and eggs almost daily for small say 30, of Route Roy United States around
residential and business Christmas
1 future as well as the present. children, several times a week for In Starke about an hour later !can describe the scene. Production G. Thompson, also of an RFD address prop-
He emphasized the fact that as adults we took the road leading to I i is going on everywhere and The car was headed'southon 'erties as well as playing havoc Eve.Traffic

It Is set up and operated the AAA I ; Kingsley Lake on which lake' thousands of men are at work Edgewood and the train was with trees and shrubbery. The accidents claimed more
To Plan the Family Home Food freakish nature of the storm was lives than ether
program is a democratic process, Camp Blanding reposes. It Is rushing the camp edifices for .the preceding east into Jacksonville. any cause, lead.
participation being voluntary, the Supply. (Especially rural home- seven miles from Starke to Camp coming invasion of men. Engineer B. T. Martin, of High 'evidenced at Palatka Heights ing all other types of violent

I program being operated by farmers makers.) Agriculture Is a way Blanding and it took us 30 minutes Reverbratlons of the camp pro- Springs, told investigating officers where large limbs were snapped death by nearly 3 to 1.

themselves, and being based :of living that enables the farm to make the trip. duction are' 'heard all the way he' blew for the crossing, which from live oak trees on grounds The total was far below last
1 on ballots. family to have good table fare, Jim and I both thought we from Starke to Ocala. In Gainesville has no signal lights or flagman of the J. H. Randolph residence, year's figure of 678 for the hull-
Two great Ideas-democracy Including many of the protective I f I would miss the business rush but we learned that .some businesses some 300 yards from the 85 acre day, which was spread over three

versus dictatorships locked foods, luch'as milk, butter, green I we got right in the middle of it. are at a standstill because HAMPERED BY RAIN Ravine Gardens, which escaped week-end days.'

In a life and death struggle in and yellow vegetables. fruits and I A line of cars about two miles enough men to work are not Hastings,-T h e recent heavy unscathed. As it had for' the last 2 years
the world today. The dictators eggs for a small cash outlay, The long was ahead of us all the way available to work. rains In St. Johns County have Ohio led the States with 20

have challenged, democracies, has home Its produced In food the supply plan to Camp, Blanding. We would One lady,in Gainesville? told us set"back all farm work In the HOMES AT FAULT I deaths, IS of them In traffic.
claiming tbat they are inefficient place family earn- drive a short distance- and then I that If anything went'wrong with Hastings pot ato-cabbage. belt l Ocala,- Florida would have lit- Next came Illinois'and California
Ing-spending-saving scheme, and
soft and doomed to failure of It stop when the car ahead stopped. your plumbing It took a coupleof Fields that had been hilled up, tle need for its sciiool for delinquent with 17 deaths each. Texas and
no part should be left to
ti within and to conquest from with- chance.To Signs along the highway cautioned days ,tp,get a plumber. StarkeIs ready for planting of potatoes, girls here if all the New York had 15 apiece, Florida'
out. "We deny this," says Mr. drivers not to exceed 40 I amazed at the growth of .the were under water for several homes In the. State ,were what had four.
{ Evans, "but to make our denial Read Labels on Foods. Read miles per hour. You couldn't go' j camp. The city is overflowedwith days. Farmers had large crews they should be, Mrs. Lola Skip-

good we must show that democracy the labels to know what you buy, over ten. workmen and available out with shovels digging extra per, superintendent of the Insti- Notice To, Public:

is as efficient as the dic- don't guess.. Judge how much you At the beginning of the trip I space' is _at a premium.. I drainage ditches so that fields tution said. Seventy-five per

tator states. This the AAA and are getting by net weight or by from Starke the first signs of the People ,are'living in Gainesville, would have a better chance to cent of the white Juvenile delin- Clayton Strickland la no longer

related programs have done for volume, not by the size of the boom town production we saw about 35 miles away, commuting drain quickly. All creeks, and the quents sent to the industrial connected with my Dry Cleaning

agriculture" package were newly erected filling stations each morning to the camp to woods, were filled with water and school have divorced parents. business and does not have auth-

It Is generally agreed that national To Be an Honest Cook. The then road houses named. work./ What Is even more amaz- the northeast wind did not help Crime, immorality, drunkenness! ority to solicit Dry Cleaning to
defense rightfully Includes family pays for the food you the "Soldiers Delight," etc. I ng is the fact that we learnedn the situation, the tide backing up and poverty shadowed the back- be done by me.

much more than just the Na- prepare: feed It to the family, Then began the "oakle" settle-I Ocala, about 80 miles away, In the creeks so that drainagewas ground of most of the girls, Mrs. OTTO F. STOCK,
tion's armed forces. The marsh not to the garbage can or the ments. Frying pans hung from hat: carloads of men left there exceedingly bad. Skipper declared ** Gainesville, Fla
,, ailing of our resources to meet kitchen sink. trees, pup tents were stretchedIn every morning for the trek to

a' present-day threats means more To Make the Kitchen a Good the wide open Florida forests, Camp Blanding to work. They CROP LOSSES NOT SEVERE: .

jk than the forging of cannon, the Workshop Waste motion, un- cars were seen throughout the ::oul ln't find a place to live any West Palm B e a c h-COOler
,t building of ships and planes, and necessary retracing of steps woods. All kinds of characters loser:: than that weather and fast darlnage work

the arming of soldiers. It means stooping, and reaching In the could be seen reposing on stumps, All we both can say Is that if held crop losses from Friday's

the ordering of our affairs so kitchen steal energies that belongto boxes and at various points we you get within riding distance storm in the rich Lake Okeechobee -

i that our people will hold fiercelyto the real home-making job. Be saw three and sometimes four'c>..f the camp, go out and take a farming lawlands to a mini-

the belief that the American your own efficiency expert, people huddled around a camp'I, I,ook. It Is the most ambitious mum. County Agricultural Agent .

Ideal Is worth defending. To Keep Handy Tools In Handy fire gnawing on food in their I piece of work yet to be at- M U. Mounts said the loss wouldbe ..-

r Places. Some of the most help- hands. t empted.- It reminds us both of rather. In quality than in
ful tools cost very little Amongthe Peddlers of all kinds had their' t he boom towns that arose during quantity He said the lower tem-

handiest Is the rubber scraper stands erected along the highway. t:he early gold rush days of peratures prevented wilting of NfIVYEj -+ ,
--,- for the cuke mixing bowl. There The boom town was in the makIng j Alaska California, and the like, standing crops. When torrential 1 (,

t are small brushes, that fit nicely t:hat we read about.It rains and high winds flooded the /

HEARTY I into teapot spouts and other But everything In point of was worth our time and fields from which a wealth of '

elusive corners Kitchen scissors mass production and mass settlement t rouble, and we recommend the mid-Winter vegetables come, ;i J J1Eill] Y tljji J Jh } ] : )

HEW VEflR'SGREETinGS are "quicker" for cutting marshmallows was overshadowed as lame trip'to you, provided you growers manned all available

candled or dried fruits, noon as we got within the have: good driving nerves and are pumps. By Sunday fields were'
.
and for snipping out the centersof enclosure of Camp Blanding.Over fenced lot too nervous at Jerky traffic almost dry. .. :\ :\ r ,

grapefruit. Fraction cups, our heads ind long lines of cars. 1.LII.1]!: )I)J!:

To our faithful old hinds bought In "nests," do a neat job titLE: DpES DAMAGE vt.t..

and .u cherished new ones of measuring shortening.To Meat Prices nesclay with Mr and Mrs. W.. C. Miami,-Winds of gale force,
we tend theie greetings of Sit at Work, When Pongble.| demons. accompanied by torrential rains,

the New Y..,. Kitchen stools with backs come Due To Climb Mr. and' Mrs. moved northwestward Into Ala-
Edd Parrish
In were bama after killing 11 persons in
correct heights! for different
the bo
May coming year visiting J. A. Harnage
work surfaces. Ironing boards Cattle and hog raisers! are being Wednesdaynight Cuba, and one in South Florida
for a happy' one and of last week.
you urged by Secretary of Agri- and extensive damageto
are now being made adjustable wreaking
1' may it be our privilege. to I to heights for sitting and stand- culture Claude R. Wickard, to Increase R L. Clemons was a visitor to crops and insubstantial beach is with earnest appreciation of your patronage in the
M .dd to lit ..,ccBenny's -. in view of the Brooker Sunday afternoon. reach-
Ing. Vegetables may be prepared production property, Freakish winds, closing that we wish'to say to each of you:
and batter mixed from a comfortable reduced meat supply and the resulting Misses Hazel and Ella Mae Ing a maximum of 52 miles an year just

| kitchen chair or stool witha high prices which seem to Sapp of Starke were visiting their hour at Havana and Miami, I "Best Wishes for the New Year!"

back. face the Nation. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S Sapp, stretched over an unusually' wide

ti To Make the Meal a Happy Oc There is no prospect of a serious one day last week area from Western Cuba to Pen.

casion. Dinner time is the family meat shortage, he said, but Mr. an
social hour. The food Is a sym Increased consumer demand re- children of Rising were visiting of Florida. At widely separatedplaces

r bol of the family's well-being, suiting from the defense program Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Clemons the wind struck In twister ( )
;1 let It be offered at Its simple may bring sharply higher prices Christmas Day. style One of these hit Fort :1R

best, well chosen, well prepared, unless production Is stepped up. Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Shaw and Lauderdale, where a fallen power I and, MRS. LV J. GREEN, and Employees

well served. But In this connec- "With the expanding domestic children 'of'' the State Farm were line electrocuted Robert L'j

1f' tion the food Is only a symbol, demand arising from the defense visiting relatives here Wednes- Knight, 23.

while the family gathering Is an program farmers apparently will day night.

occasion worthy of the best homemaking profit more if, In the months
effort. ahead, they Increase the numberof Jobs In HospitalTo Looking For Something?

f' Grocery pigs raised and send more I ,

All legal blanks, promissory tie to market," Wickard cat-'I Be. Offered. I Whether You Are New In Bradford County Or Have Lived

j Guy Sale, Mgr. notes, retain title notes, carriedIn Agriculture Department officials Camp Blanding's Station Here All Your Life Whether You Want To Buy Or r

stork by the Bradford County said In extraordinary warning, Hos- Sell You Will Find This Classified Directory A Great
r Telegraph. made in a formal statement, was pital, which Is to, employ hundreds
I ; Convenience, And An Easy Way To Communicate With
'of
prompted by surveys showing a persons when full Of Other. Telegraph Readers
Thousands
i'dlsturblngInclination" of farmers strength! is Leached, has announced I
to reduce the number of 1941 several'' openings which

brood ROWS and to hold larger EATING RADIOS
ordinarily filled AUTOMOBILES r
are from Civil
t numbers of breeding cattle from I II ,
market. I I Service registers. Because of extensive HOT PLATE LUNt.'JIES.sand- i
I REPAIR Work Done At 1.0".1
The prospective reduction In i demands for such em- PARTS- tJ.*.l Tires, Rebuilt wlche And Short Order V.i
Price In Town.
market supplies. If made would ployes, due mainly to the national Generator" Auto Glass--Cah Are Our Specialty. See
New Radio On -
mean that consumers would have defense program in For Car And Truck In Any SIIILL: PLACE DisplayMA
ToOURaI to considerably more for beef mobilization YES" RADIO SERVICE
pay
of Condition. 1| Road 13 Starke", Fla. 12-6
and pork products 1941 and available manpower It was Starke, Fla. IH |
PARTSJunt
HASK1NS AUTO
R Rf 1942, Wickard said. stated by Col. L. R. Poust, hose
FUEL OIL
+ pltal commanding officer and North of Town On Road ISJZ.6 TYPEWRITERSRemington

I GUM BRANCH camp surgeon that authority has \ KEEP

ny :Mrs. K.1J Parrlsh. been granted by the Fifth Service <(? "; WAR:
District to employ a sufficient number ARMY GOODS i2 THiSAvINTER portable' on e a s 3
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs of of persons to fill the jobs, term, $.1 down $5 a month.

n n n r Lulu and Mrs B. M. McRae and who are not now on the registers. HEAT WITH OIL PrlrA'" tart at $29.75.Bradford -

children of Pine Level were visit- Those employed will later be MILITARY SUPPLIES and Phone 33 County Telegraph.

f f ing lira W F. Harnage Christ required to pass an examination, novelties" for aU branches of STANDARD OIL CO. 12-6

mas Day. and In making application to the the' ftcrtlre. HEN SCSLOW,
n II U 0 appreciation' of the ).II'. and Mrs. J. E. Andersonand personnel officer at the Station 209 E. Call St., Starke." Flu. GASALL -- USED CARSFOR

loyalty of our many Mr. and Mrs. W. A Keene Hospital here, they will be required -- -- -
I and daughter. Nancy, of Houston to present proof of at
prior
APPLIANCES
For Home TIlE BEST Used Cam
fii*nds, ve' find OUY.M'lves Texas and Mr. and Mrs. S. T. experience and BARBER SHOPSNO
recommendations. And Office Stoves, Heater, the best prices See Lucian
j Towery and daughter, Mary Fae, The list'of
again eagerly vacancies follows:: Water Heater. Etc. Satisfaction F.ThoouM, at Downtown OM"

i awaiting the opportunity of wishing each one a New Year of Fernandina holidays here spent with the Mr Christmas and physiotherapy Physiotherapy, a I d i, assistant WAITING-Eight Barber* Guaranteed. mobile Co.. 1223 Slain 8t
aides
; assistant At Your Service. Shower -Phone Jacksonville
filled with GAINESVILLE GAS CO. 50857.
Health, Happiness and Prosperity. Mrs. H. H. Keene. medical technicians,
surgical. The Bath A Specialty' 972 So. Virginia Avenue Fla. Over 700 to select froa1.14t1 -
Mrs Anges Williams of first
Jack- two positions will requirethe P*
Happy New Year and many more of them. sonville spent last week with her services of a woman while THKKK: FRIENDS BARBERCall Gainesville, Fla. 12-6

parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. the third may be either male or St. SHOP 12-6 -- --- ..--- .. '
Mr. and Mrs.) T. N.. Normanand female. HEATINGKEEP WATCHES

SAM ROSENBERG & SON ald children and Mr., Dorothea and Mrs.and Eldon Ger- .are Eight: Assistant other jobs pharmacist open to meat men BEAUTY PARLORS ,-WARM ,Tills 1 Winter _ ._ n__ _

With .vV"iQUAKEK, Oil-Burn REPAIR Work. With A Gu r-
Sapp andoo.; Rudolph spent last cutters, bakers .
and -" -
assistants
Furniture, and Salvage. Exchange ** Wednesday with':yAfr. a n d- :u.... cooK and junior cookskitcben. SI'ECIALl.: At N it Sacrifice ing Heutcr. Clean Economical ante, oft Sat afaetltta.! Nl"If'I
.
,Heat:;. Aim -CL E.: .
H. M. McRae and family helpers and Refrlfr-> *-of Elgin an dt.'Bsha'Watches
ward attendants. In
The Of Service
Quality
I ( Mr. and Mrs. Grover Hatten latter eight are unclassified, it LEILA'S BEAITTY SALON erator... Pay On Easy Term.. jut received.J. .
DARBY.S
+ I of Jacksonville spent last Wed- was stated. IL COURTMANCH
I
Call Street 1Z-4 I Stark Flay U-6 Stark. FIa.JAN Ise



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JAN -1941 '

( IDA*. JANUARY 3. 1941 BRADFORD COUNTY TfCUEORArn. STARKE. FLORIDA rA01E SEVEN''


and Children of Gainesville and proud parents of a baby girl, t I
IN MEMORIAM Small But Comfortable And Complete Mrs A, J. Cheaser of Campvllle which arrived December 25th.:
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J. A. Chesser spent Christmas I
Chesser Wednesday afternoon In Hawthorne with friends and I
Yes, 1940 baa been an event. waa born December) ,16, 1858. near Mr. and Mrs. N L Starling are relative .
I year for Bradford County. It New River--82 years old at the ,
rought prosperity It broughtew time of his death.
life. It brought gaiety. Butt It. JT. ANDREWS, former resl. FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
also brought sadness as every dent of Starke, murdered In Jack. Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for "e to Bender

ear must bring, whether a boomear sonville. March 14, 1940. EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS 8KBVICHJ I .
or a depression year. In the CIIAS. PACE, among: the early MODERATE PRICE
Idst of our feverish activity, It settlers and property owners of I
fitting that we should pause a Starke, died In Washington, D. DeWITT C. JONES '
oment to remember those who C., "March 20. 1940.A. 'r.zw1 Starke Ftorkte J

aye left during the past 12 A. DURD N, lifelong citi- -,
'Tenths, whose cooperation, guld- zen of Bradford County and game r }
nee and experienced advise we warden at the time of his death.
"\111' miss during the years to March 16, 1940. He was born

ome: near Hampton. December 20,
AN1>ER A. IIUTCHESON: born
a Colquitt County Georgia, had 1871.SAM C. CREWS, retired I '
; -
ived in this county since age of farmer died April 15, at the age tiem
A substantial farmer, he was of 79.

9 years of age when death came, MBS. ROSA GOODMAN: died 1 AnotherMilestone l
anuary 1. 1940. April 12, at her home here. She : .
RUSSELL,' died Jan- 55
JOHN D. was years of age.
ary 3. 1940 In Veteran's hoI I JASPER BROWN, well-known
ital at Oteen N. C. He was 431 farmer of Sampson City, died 1
ears old, a farmer and had lived April 11, 1940. Born In Georgia,
In this county five years. he had .lived here since youth;
GREEN': B.. NKWSOM' farmer was 82 years old at time of death.L. .
This two-bedroom home Is
lied January 11, 1940. He' was O. JONES: SR., employe of
orn in Bainbridge, Ga., January the State Prison Farm, died at located In the South or South- ..
26, 1883, and his home here April 18. 1940. cant but Its functional plan B Rand BASH DA K
had lived here BARTON WATSHONIG. farm. sound construction make it

:'or the past er, died April 12. 1940. Born In adaptable to any section of the Is Reached
16'years.. Austria, he had lived here for country. Builders and architects
JOHN IVAN the past 20 years. are now teaching; the desirability ANAOI
ANDA !MRS. MARY DOVER died t of having a bathroom
died t January April 29, 1940. at the age of 81. 110 located that it is accessible ... '
l &l, U, 1940. He She had been a resident of Starke without panning! through other PORCH
tad been a for 30 years. of that kind -
and
f rooms, a plan

> + tM vocational instructor MRS. 1>1. II. SMITH popular -
,
.
i* worked out here. A mortgage
r ., at the figure familiarly known as .. ..
"I of $2,500 was insured on
a Brooker CCC "Trlxie" died May 7, 1940. She h
this property by the Federal ---
:Camp.:: was born In Kentucky In 1894. -i. ---L
Administration.
AND R E W O. T. NELSON, farmer, died housing
''JULLIVANlIed May 6, 1940. at his home near Monthly payments on a 25-year B R I ,
: at his Saxton He was born In Chicago, mortgage of this amount, rx- =." _' LR .-
tome near September 8, 1875. elusive of taxes: and hrzard .
SCALE or F e er Looking backward over the have not forgotten. The confidence .
Fheressa, Jan- REBECCA U'HITEIIEAD. 66 insurance, total about 11.
uary 25, 1940. years old died May 9, 1940 at PLAN r = :\\r p ? I ip I 13 pant year, we arc many, many you have shown in us
He was 84 her home In Law ley.
instances of your goodwill will make us strive just a
years of age, A. 3. GRIFFIS, superintendent ,
"Uncle Phil"a farmer, and of schools in this county for born in St. Augustine. born In Starke, December 17, were visiting here lust Monday. and consideration. little harder, that we may

::1 lifelong resident of this county. 12 years, died May 29, 1940. BornIn LUVERTIA SHEPHERD: for- 1860. 't. Mrs. G. B. Johns Is on the come up to your expectation*,.
WILLIE THROWER PARKER, Clay County December 26, mer teacher at Hellbronn Springs MRS. FLORA R. CADV.', died sick list this week.Don't It"is in uppirelation of r
ivlfe of Bill Parker, died January 1877 he had lived In this county died July 28, 1940. She was 62 at her Kingsley Lake home October forget the working at these kindnesses that we take Good wishes for you. your l
1, 1940 She was born April for 50 years. years of age. 15, 1940 at the age of 77. the Evergreen' Cemetery Friday jt
on -
|J2. 1902 in West Monroe, La. L. C. SMITH, retired ministerand advantage of the New Year family, your friends our
Born
W. T. MrOUIRK: former pas. In La Porte City,:Iowa, she January ,10. Go prepared to
I
MKS. SARAH COBURN died farmer, died June 13 1940 tor of the Christian Church here, had livid here since 1917., stay all day. Season to tell you that we friend \
January 23, 1940 at the age of at his home near Graham.
died 13 in Jacksonville.CLARA J. attorney
August E. FUTf'II. prominent
,2. She was born in Iowa and MISS LOCA SWEAT, residentof .} ,
ad lived here since 1921 Starke for many years, died LOUISK] : P K: E.', 27 died in DeLand October GreenwoodBy
MRS. ADA KALTII died at her at the home of relatives In In- years old died 1 September 12, 18 1940. Born In Lake Butler Mini Mildred (vtesser 3. ,) I
1940, as the result of Injuries received April 26, 1867, he practiced law
,iome near Hampton, January 31, verness, June 7, 1940.
940 Born in Philadelphia. April R. F. THKIS.: father of Mrs.K. in an automobile accident, In Starke for 25 ,years, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Che ser and

'2. 1873 she came to Florida G. Duncan died I June 29, l\!. C. SWEENEveteran em GUY ALVAKKdied in a daughters, Mildred and Elate, and e
of Veterans' hospital In Atlanta, October Mr. and Mrs. Earle L. Chcsser UNION BUS STATION
,vhen 5 years old. ploye the S. A. I* and a resident .
SAM GRIFFIS, enjoying con- 1940.MRS.. MARY YOUNG I1LOOD. of Starke and Hampton for 28, 1940. He was burn In' were shopping In Starke Satur ,
Iderable fame locally as a "wa,-temover. for many years a resident of 14 years was accidentally electrocuted Starke, March 14 1893 and had day afternoon.! t
." died 'February 10, 1940. Theressa. died July 13, 1940. She September 26, 1940. He lived in Jacksonville since 1914. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crawford LACY CONWAY, Agent
Ie was 69 years old. was born In Emmanuel County, was born August 1, 1900 in Paris MAKV KLIZAIIKTH: : KKIIHKV: and laughter. Esther: and Oracle .
I'. ,\. CROSKV, one of Brad- Georgia. Ky. died October 31, 1940 at the age Fountain spent Christmas in Conway's Service Station '
ord County's best known farmer JOHN CAPO, cigar maker and MARION L. JO.INS early settler of 74. Horn January 15, 1866 In Tampa with Mrs. Crawford's pare -
Itlzena died February 12, 1940t resident of Starke for many of Starke, died September 19, .Baker County, she hud lived here la.
his home near'! : Brooker. He years, died July 31, 1040. He walt 1940 lie was 79 years old beingLot's for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Che ner i

1C. T. lilCIIAItl former r "I.I. I
dent of Starke died November 3, J I A 7I
1940, at the age of 74. I

K. !'. CLARK; superintendent
Go of the municipal light plant here'II =
0
for 17 years, died ''November 7,1
1940 at the age of 62 Born In I)
Norwalk, Conn.? he came to l>'lor-j C DL L 1 I
I ida In 1920. He was one of
Starke's most valued citizens. 0

MKS. T. M. WILLIAMS, died 1.. 1
December 11, 1940 at the age of
68. She was bom near Welbornin
1872 and had lived in this '

county many years. AND GOOD WISHES'

s MRS. K. T. OSTEKN died December -
21, 1940 at her home near
# Brooker. She was a'lifelong resi- FOR THE NEW YEAR

I IJ dent of this countyrBOOTSEY'S II I Ii.


'14'' BEACH A' .. "' '-. '. '11.....
Ity Mil\. Kfflo: (Crawford .
4 I. .

Nei'k' r
Miss Ruth Murrhee of Jack- j\\" i'
,i
sonville spent the Christmas holidays '
: I ; ,
a I here with her parents Mr. '. :
..I,;; ,1
and Mrs. L. M. Murrhee. ., ..

T e"\S f. Miss Justine Johns spent the e
Christmas holidays In St. George,
ct \\1 \oiea' : ': .. '. Ga': with friends and relatives. '. .
ee a" ,4 We welcome an opportunity
J.S,0 Mr. and Mrs.. Claude Moodyand '
8
family of Doctor's: Inlet were to thank you for
Ne"" -{( omentsonths' \etable visiting at the home of Mr. and .r that measure of good "
/ Mrs. L. M Murrhee over the
the 0 rtslue, lnnu nv6N will and confidence we
P \O r. ty see Chas ov.rto week-end. from From J
e Mr. and Mrs. Darby Caaklrut enjoy you.
Pkon:0:10st ""e E ends hove GO inb and family of this section ap lIt I this priceless asset-the

ov.O"OfS" 9(0"eO Christmas Day with Mrs. Cask Ins' good will of all we serve ,
ears
/\ee mother, Mrs. Charlie Carter of
/ and those who
\(\ efe
"" o"e servers
s h .
rcote b .(\ Bold Hellbronn. I -we hope to draw inspiration ,.
1n t dahtPs (\ \ Mrs. Raymond Secrest and fam- B
O'e(\ o\e 9e thlPSh 11v ily of Hollywood. Fla.. are spending for continued ;
c 0( \0\ \S't ov. 0 : a while here with her par- effort and for greater .
,0'1' o'iS 11 o't tch 4 y, and Mrs. W. M. Red- a
J top o 10'e .... ents, Mr achievement In the years

cc Ofe"1:vre s ,1sh 0! 14\\ot dish.Miss to come.
\ ", \\v. \v. .,
<' \S Melba Gaskins spent last
.
c.o s'0 GO\ : tt 9o\e lee \ week 1} n Jacksonville visiting i

bus\ ""+ "e '- t each friends and relatives. We are happy if we d v "** "* ..: :l"* ,, > ," '"'V

taE\ the d \\\\9S ..'-S. r v.S O auks. \0 Mr. and Mrs.' Ernest Straun and have been of service to .;: .. .
-
th family the holidays In '!
the 9. slue, done. ov.r Nealthr Zephyrhtlls spent with relatives. you, and trust that we :..'. .. .

'!It!! e"o"e may continue to merit ...... tt
01 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Howard of .
'
'all you I one Woodlawn were visiting relatives your friendihio and pa _
'
'oe .
'trot 0\\. / In thin section last Thursday. tronage. rt
rC\eO\S to Rudolph Chlsm. Otis Geiger and I 1
0\ y 10v. Ne5vccessMaY Miss Retha Geiger all of Starke

,. \ea ono were visiting at thehome, of Mr. .- I 1f
and Mrs. R. N. Crawford Sunday
.. I. \\099\\ afternoon.Joe MAY YOUR EVERY WISH BE FULFILLED
.. I
S
t Dicks of Lake City was a
,r pa.,. dinner truest at the home of Mr.
( "..,,1..'! and Mrs R. K. Crawford, Thursday -
A ) :..'
"t lrr 4r I.
,,
\ ; R. N. Crawford who has been
confined to his bed for the past Happy New Year To The People Of Starke 1'

week In able to be up again.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johns spent .
Saturday In Live Oak. with rel Jim Forest.

atives. .
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Dowling .. S
H. E' TUCKER AGENT and daughter of Starke were GUIDON GRILLf .
visitors to this section Sunday ,

Sinclair. Refining Company afternoon.Houston HodgeCharlie Devan

Florida and Misses Myrtle and Rean
Starke, Hodges all of St. George Ga.,





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rJAN31941 J

BRADFORD COlTNTr TELEGRAPH. STARKR. FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARy


, in Commons that lie expected an all-out I Uncle "Juneybug" Has No Pension, the date named by the till-
BallChairman meat "have forfeited
The Bradford County Telegraph German attack within two months he was Birthday But "Trusts In De Lord" Uncle Sam's mercy any and cilia"

KHtabllNhed 1817 not talking through his hat. It is the suffer all consequences." B/,,?*
Living In the northern part of remembered here by some of the rector of registration *
make. And the Named
logical for Hitler to Earl
move
and Knt t.fJred an Sec- old coloredman citizens.
JFubllHhed Weekly on Fridays town Is an interesting older Harrison in Washington
slid Clans. MatU-r at the Pout Office at Starke. Fto. fact that the German air force has sub- named Andrew Albert, who "Uncle Andrew" talks Interest- Penalty for failure to recently.

stantially reduced the intensity of its raids Annual Event Will has the manners of a well- ingly of,the days when the Paces is $1,000 fine and six r"gl
-
"- --
Dlon
SUBSCRIPTION RATE: house servant 'In de Risings, and
brought-up Richards Baileys Imprisonment A similar
belief that penaJtl
Britian also leads to the Latter
Be Staffed
"earIy. $1.75; SU Months $1.00-I'nynhle In over : days befo de war"-that Is the Gid Alvarez were the prominent may be imposed for giving

"%th'ancp. .\d\'f'lrtl"IJlIt' Ifcitwi on Application! Germany is preparing for a .decisive.. blow Part Of January War Between: the States. families here.Andrew information. f

against England. "Uncle Juneybug," as he Is affectionately Albert will be 86 years Total registration for the
n
Appointment of K. 1... Matthewsas of age on the 4th of next March. this was o..
year over
Starke Given Good Advice England is superbly prepared to resist BradtQrd ,County chairman for known, was born in and has lived In Florida for 84 eons 4.200.000 w

There" Before invasion even though she is as yet inadequately the Celebration of the. President' the Philippine Islands, in 1355.: years and yet the pension authorities ,
Jill One Who'sleell Birthday ,late In January was announced and when two years old he and claim he is not a naturalized IN TUB' fincrrr rom-r -
prepared to the war to Ger- .nOH'rtt JH> ( I"I. 11.r;
carry week from state 1lft( :
this }his parents were brought. by citizen as he has never taken out ..rl.CHtI.'lIIn' i '"'
In these!' days of unprecedented prosperity many on the Continent. Expert opinion headquarters in Orlando. slave traders to' Savannah, Ga., the proper papers. Therefore he VOId COUNTY. Ill" Koit('U\\UII':IIIHII: |

I it taxes the capacity of most of us generally holds that Hitler's great oppor- The'appointment was made by and sold to M. George Roux. is not entitled to an old age pen THE ortKAT NO.A &:KKf.1 P: TEA)

to keep abreast of today, without giving tunity was directly after the evacuation of Chester B. Treadway.. tate chair- who had .a ,big plantation near sion. In spite of his poverty and COMPANY, a corporation)
orvanlxed and
man of the campaign to raise Fernandina. "Uncle Andrew's"parents the infirmities of age, this old.. exlntlnr)
much, if any, thought to tomorrow. Dunkirk-that England could not have' successfully funds for the nationwide fight were named London and man has a beautiful spirit, and State under of the Arizona law, and of huv the))

We would all do well, however, to read resisted a determined invasion against Infantile paralysis. Maggie Albert and In 1870 they these are his words: "I am straining ing place UH of principal business office.In and)
a directed of moved to Starke and lived not under my age for a living the' City of New York the i
carefully a sobering bit of advice then. At the present time they think Joe Pepper, director organIzation Stat*i'
Of New Vnrlr
for the state will far from what is now known as beat I can. but God will send )
at Starke and contained in a recent issue has all she needs to keep an group Plaintiff ()
Britian .aggressor aid Mr. Matthews In appointinga the Brownlee place. London Albert down mercy to the poor and -VIICHARMI8- {

( of the Tampa Tribune. from her shores.. committee of prominent Brad- and wife have been dead for needy, and Hla blessing Upon lltl>OE:, a O.remldent: WOOD.)

v and large .ford county. .citizens to aid him In many years but they are still those who give' to the poor." Lillian of Lynn! State and of)I
The entire state, even a por- Washington is more encouraged con- organizing the local campaign Massachusetts. MHH. MINA)

tion of the nation fs watching Starke with of win- .W. T. Clute M. OKADY. and her hit")
cerning British chances eventually which is expected t 0 Include Opens band. THOMAH p. GRADY)

BvF interest. Our town has become a kind of ning the war. Our future policy. will prob- charity sport events card parties, I Years'Ago I .Real Estate OfficeReal I ford resident County of,Stnrke Florida Brad., ))
dem- dances and many other entertain- Defendant (
community picturesquely
test tube ably be to give England almost anythingshe ments. Mr. Pepper, brother otSfnator' ORDER or 1''IIIU"\TIO,

onstrating the effect ,of a huge army campon wantsThere is little doubt that the Claude Pepper is here here this'week estate. offices, upstairs were over opened the the It appearing above styled by' affidavit cause thin tld, iZ i

a small country town. laws preventing 'loans to England will be from New York. to correlate state Master Jackson Davis Orrin Tip, Top Grocery by W. 'T; Clute, defendant In a resident; Charle of a* Mate.O. Wondhrfi or, ''',

Here is: what Ed Lambright, widely repealed when her cash runs out. activities.- and 'Orvllle Husband and Clint an experienced dealer who has .other than the "State of Flllrld pnuw,
Richard t left for that Mil residence,
A majority' of "the couritles Pare Wednesday also, had an office a t Daytona an partli>UI.r kaii
(' read and quoted editor of the Tribune, has The suggestion, recently made by a planning-to clone their campaigns Gainesville, to take course of Beach since 1925. The majorityof 110"t is, known County to of affiant.,l':>tex Uciiy and fit 01,j
t.t.
lo say concerning our problem: British cabinet member that the U. S. turnover I I with a countywide President's studies in the East Florida Semi-. his time from hbw on however, of nddrcKH Massachusetts. and: plure: that of hl hllll"" mnllh,.., .,,
; i
Birthday Ball' on January 30 according nary. will be spent in Starke. 77 Ventral Avenue, Lynn v.
Citizens of Starke the North Florida to England German and Italian ships
: II to,' Mr. Pepper. Final In J. G. Alvarez show windows Mr. Clute states that he has a thUHetti.; that there IN no t"rZ,

community nearest to Camp Hlanding, are which are tied up in our harbors, has causeda plans for the closing celebration will be seen some aesthetically arranged complete organization., can "sell a In vice tho of Stat a subpoena of Florida or, cummm the ?.r

learning the meaning of sudden prosperity. good deal of excitement in Berlin. Nazi I however, will be decided upon by samples of' his new fall man a lot, have the house plans defendant upon whom would hind the ..11 i"

It.has struck them like a thunderbolt. Business officials say that that would be anact, of I.I the\ IcJc'nT chairman, he said.Soldiers' clock. S drawn, get him"a loan, and have of the affiant and that that It the In the nald hell"4.
Miss Eva Breeze. a bl'lght'and the house built fendant In over h* age of II l v....
population and everything else is setting war, and would be regarded as such. So : Joy popular young lady, late of !mt..t.h.IT IS THKIJKKOKB' defendant' Charta OllDEUU::i,

new records in that charming rural_ far, our government has made no official Nashville. Tenn., Is with the family Sixty Aliens Wood brIdge be and he IN hwki
I Marked 'Off Limits'"Soldiers required to on or hefwl
is Flor- of Mr. Looney to attend the IrS '."f" :
community. In fact, Starke today comment on the proposal. Registered Here day February 1941 i
school the coming term. answer the bill of complaint) fll..
ida'a latest boom town. England's greatest danger now is destruction -: Joy." a roadside dive In this cause. otherwlne the alien
Mrs. L. Cone and children have tlnna. of ....Id. .bill r of ,
I whose title is known as far south Postmaster Fred F. Stump this I ", comnlaiiwill '
..
Last June, before construction was of her merchant shipping. The : as Key West and no one knows returned to their home at Tampa week stated that about 60'aliens I, defendant.iT b taken. \ ai confeHneil\ by..>

.: started at Camp Blanding, Starke was a British Isles are consumers, not producers. :how far north, was declared "ofl after three weeks' visit with relatives registered at the local Postofflce : IS FURTHER OnDEFlE!
That this order
be
I published
quiet town of 1,500 population. City of- Without ocean transportation, they could limits" to, soldiers in an official and .friends. in Starke.: before the deadline December' 26. ; a week for fourconsecutive, won oni",
Issued The nearsighted farmer who who Brad: I In the Bradford County Telegram
order at Camp Blanding Many registered "
estimate the has sustain themselves for only a limited periodof a newspaper of general .
Jfclala today population circulateDiihllBhed )
several .days ago. tied his horse to one of that ani- ford are new residents who have : i In Bradford
Count
:swelled to at least 5,000, and still growing. time. The German submarine and sur- The highway Jock-Joint, located mal's protruding hip bones, mis- come here Inspired by Camp Klorldrt WITNESS. .
my hand
and
It's remarkable increase and parallels face raider attack has been dangerously about a 'mile this side of Camp taking, It for a post, Wednesday, Blanding., this Court at Starke, the KlorliU mof
a failed to survive can prevent the recurrence of All who did not register by this. 2nd day of ;January, 1941.
BlandiDS ,
closely the growth of some of the boom effective. It is likely that England will the Jolt after,proper the issuance of the such happenings by giving his ':Clerk OKKICIAL.Circuit SEAL four**. A. J. Thom.

And soon tell us that she needs. freighters even horse some corn occasionally I" TIIR ("RCI'IT cn"RT. I--:II1'Il.. I fllJ HF.Y. MANN & HAHTONat.
towns of mining days in the West. order; that declared It "out ofbounds" .iiiiKiti. ('inn'IT nil' T'Lo'iv .
than she needs planes and 'guns and to soldiers,' and closed say once a day. IIJ.\. A\I: > FOR ItHAUFOItDCOINT1. rvtemhurg, Florida. Atlnrntj"
for IMalntlff ,
: just as did those in western town, Starke more '. 1-.1 61 I I.
increase other implements of war. I last week; some say for a moral Senator Call went home on I'V' CI4.INCnUY'I'lalntitt !
.
that headaches I
: citizens are finding overhauling inside and out and Wednesday with Hon. E. J. WainWright ,

along with everything else. 6 others say,,not to. open again. who took him to Lake Ollne-v.-U. Gentry

General Marshal Tries To Discourage "Soldiers Joy" lived a fast and Sutle. on Thursday to the speaking Defendant.
Wainwright '
For example Mayor reports -
OKI)Kit OK F.H: ICH '
at that place.
: thy town i H in dire need of additional Kent Profiteering In Camp Areas colorful months. career Rumors in travelled several as short far Mr. Ashley Peek of Suwannee T'ewlri. MOI'IfK K: Oentry'10, AtPM\H. ONC'
TUB 8TATK OK FLORIDA:
police protection, a housing project, new Gen. George C. Marshall, Chief of Staff south as Miami and even to Key County, i Is paying his brothers a TO Ollne B. Gentry, Residence Un-

city hall, the widening of business streets of the U. S. Army, has called on the public, West, It has been stated that visit this week. known It in:. hereby ordered. that you AGAINIt
several persona had met their Mr C. H. Moon and 3rd
family Rr. required to appear on the
new school facilities, water wells, a hospital particularly state and municipal authorities, death thee; or within Its vicinity. have moved ,to Baldwin. day of February A. D. 1941, before
the above entitled court, to
) and recreation buildings. to help the Army discourage "profiteering"in While -Army officials declined Mr."- D. L. Alvarez is announcedfor the bill of complaint filed aaralrmt

I It j is perhaps essential that many of rents on quarters for officers' families. comment,- officially, it was indicated city marshal in this issue. and you !In"Bradford the above u t"srtlt'"e1eau.i; if our pteatitre of to the extend New
tkt
that lack 01''cleanlinessand I I" hereby designated ai the newiipvyer compliment
; the e facilities be provided immediately, but During a recent radio progress reporton morality: was the reason for In which this order; nhall) bepublished fear to our friends and loexpreu

J'ighhere we pause to pass along a word the defense program the General said issuance "of an order declaring Holidays End con nee-tit I ve once, weeks.a week for four our kept that the nut

Of warning. Officials and citizens of Starke that in soma vicinities rents on houses forofficers' It "off' "M limits'I to'military' per- At BlandingHoliday of Witness thla court my at hand Starke.and the Florida Deal, tuielvt ,,month will bring u
abundnnciof
,, tin
will be wise to debate well before plungingin families first doubled and then, in sonnel. -I" activities for the thin 1941 2nd' day of January, A. O. you good and thing you sad good health

at great speed to get everything at once. some centers tripled. New Drug Store Thirty-F Irs t Division of the Clerk(OFFICIAL of the SEAL Circuit) AT.Court.; Thomas, you to richly deserve.A .

It Is not that we begrudge their sudden While not designating the areas where United States Army, and that of G.Plaintiff A. Stephens Attorney., 1-X 4t 1-24
Now other officers and enlisted
prosperity. We simply wish to point out the rents had been greatly increased other Open stationed at Camp Blanding, cameo men

that South Florida went through a boom than to say that they had taken place near Thin. week, Starke's newest a close yesterday with the Beware Coughsfrom

wince, too. concentration centers, General Marshall pharmacy, owned by.registered termination of the New Year 3- 11'
:
pharmacist 1... W, Koch, began day furloughs.It common colds
Starke officials will be wise to provide said such profiteering is "unfortunate and operation in earnest. In part- was estimated that 3.000 officers HAPPY NEW YEAR

only those facilities that are most neces- v unfair." nership with Mr. Koch Is Marvin and men from both the Di- That Hang On
who here from
O Mayhew" came vision and the Station Comple-
Benefits derived business
sary. from increased West Palm Beach where he was Creomulslon relieves promptly be-

higher rents and income from sale of Organizations Asked For HelpIn pharmacist In Mayer's drug store. New ment Year were and given returned leaves Tuesdayand for the cause trouble it goes to help right loosen to the seat and of expel the

Jots in 'subdivisions After a few more final touches, laden and aid natureto
: newly-developed are Dealing With SoldiersThe late Wednesday after a visit germ phlegm
the attractive new store, at the soothe and heal raw, tender,- Inflamed -
to their homes. A
'Welcomed, but it takes a lot of aspirin to War Department has issued an corner of,..Call and Court Streets,, ; of respective bronchial mucous mem-
those furougha
majority granted -
aoothe the headaches that come after the will be. complete. Plate glass is branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa Sistrunk Seed &
appeal to civic organizations to protect the I were Florida men now en- bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding -
boom has "busted." used extensively\ in the front, and camped at Blanding. you must like the way it
morals of the soldiers when they are off the large Interior, 36x58, is fin- quickly allays the cough or you are Feed Store

<4 -0- duty, and particularly to wipe out .areas of ished wit I}. the. ,most modern fix- .;of The this next huge'lralning big' military center function will to have your money back. '-

'; Washington Greatly'Encouraged vice and intemperance near Army posts. ,I tures. be 'the 25-scfiool system to. openon CREOMULSIONfor
i4 Mr. Koch formerly. managed ,a next Monday designed to ,.Chest Cold's.' BronchitisFOR
Over England's Chances To I Win The appeal stated that although official drug store in Arcadia and the
1,000 officers and in
verse men
!
measures are taken military reserva- business there la now being carried .
I It is obvious that the purpose of British on I tactics of modern warfare.
tions, to insure against corruption of the on by his !Son I Arrival of the next allocation CLASSIFIED Ansi I
strategy now is to eliminate Italy as a businessare
Employes of the new
soldiers the Army welcomes the aid of civic I of selectees from Florida and
major belligerent in the war. That thought : Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Linsln Alabama
I will
begin on next Mon
organizations in helping to. protect soldiers of Washington._ D. C.; Ben Tripp SALE-10-acre farm ((5 2 ROOMS FOR RENT-In l
unquestionably underlay the recent British ; day too. Movements from FlorIda -
cleared), with house and barn, lake' W
of Gainesville and Greenof room front home.
from intemperance and vice when they ; Carolyn
are
will follow four later-
naval invasion of the Adriatic Sea-a body Starke, days all under fence. Cheap for furnish breakfast, and mlg'

of water which on the basis of fighting away from their duty stations. January 10. cash.--C. H. Clark Route 2, board.-Lomac, Highway 21!

The officers of the Army posts and Box 37, Starke. Fla.. 1-3 4tp Mariners Lake Box 73. Inte
William James
and be able Libby
chips manpower. Italy should Lucile Prescott
lachen, Fla.' Phone 41.W.l
to it that healthful and whole-
camps see HOUSE TRAILER for sale, fully
to control with is
ease. England rapidly William James Libby, 11-
some entertainment i s furnished to en- ,Luclle Prescott, 6-year-old equipped. May be seen a t FOR RENT_ Large two- t to
liquidating Italian military influence in months-oIA son of Mr. and Mrs. "
daughter of Mr and Mrs. H. A. Halle's Tourist Camp.-Ray T. house on W. Madison St-
courage soldiers to avoid the temptationsfound X L. 'Libby, died December 26,
Prescott, died Wednesday December Blrt, Gainesville, Fla. ltp F. F. Flume, Starke. Fla. Ii
Africa.There off the Army reservations. Chaplains following a brief illness., He was 25, of diphtheria In St.

seems to be little doubt that are on duty to give them advice and born January 24, 1940. Luke's H 0 s p Hal. JacksonvUle. FOR SALE: ,OR TRADE:-i 1-2 SMALL BLACK & WHITE dOl

Mussolini is on the down grade and that the Funeral services were held at Funeral services were held at 2 ton Chevrolet truck. In good picked up at North TnfJI
magnificent Fascist he counsel, and medical officers guard their the' residence with the Rev. Lloyd o'clock last Friday afternoon at condition. Can be seen at Magnolia Camp, Road 13. Reward f

] empire envisionedhas physical wellbeing, it was pointed out. Johns. pastor of the Primitive the Brown Cemetery near Sampson Hotel. Priced, for quick returned. _W, F. Ferg 'l

email chance of being realized. II Duce The statement revealed that the sale Baptist Church, officiating. City with the Rev. W. E. ale.-W. O. Saunders Starke, Starke. Fin, W
.
las but two alternatives Besides his the child Hall Fla, cjo! Magnolia Hotel. Itp
both of them unpleasant -' parents, officiating. Besides her parents TRt'CJgood
of is
intoxicating liquor on military posts INTERNATIONAL TON
is survived by a sister, Mary the little girl i is survived by
from his
point of view-he must FOR SALE! New and used condition, four extra tire'Also
prohibited by Army regulations and strictly Louise,; a brother. Junior; and two sisters Irene and Dorothy
trailer bargains. E & S Trailer 1'
cither surrender to England, or ask that enforced. However, beverages which contain grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Will Prescott.E and one brother. Her Sales located at Palm Trailer $100. Ford sedan. truck.foodIII'Ct/
Hitler him. The first alternative is Burnejr; bert Prescott. Might acept {
save extremely 3.2 per rent alcohol or less by weightare DeWltt' Park. Orlando, Fla. Alma and cow as part payment. -L oJlJIi
C. Jones had charge of
'unlikely-Germany could not per- not considered intoxicating under the funeral arrangements. National Trailers. tt Highway 216. Mariner Lak M
mit it without Typewriter atul Mlng machine Box: 73. Interlachen Phone t:
risking\ a tremendous loss of ,
existing laws and are, therefore, authorized I! ribbons also other office supplies TYPEWRITERS -. New Reming W, I.

prestige. The second alternative means at posts located in states or territories Not Too Late for' _Ieat the Bruilford County ,ton portables, $3 down, $5'a MUMBBl

German domination of Italy. The Italian Telegraph Office. month. Prices start at
where laws permit such sales within their 129.75.
Mrs. M, W. Morrow of Hampton A
3 people going by the judgment of the best Bradford County Telegraph, TRUE MEDIUM-
,
borders. The .sale of such beverages is for- chairman of Christmas Seal BUS !SCHEDULE Starke, Fla. tf

observers, will not like that, but there will bidden in posts located in states and territories sales in Bradford County 'announces Northbound 'Calls your name without 7|

be little they can do about it. Unconfirmed that it Is not too late Leave Starke,-7:40: A. )of.. 2:30A. : NOISELESS U E All N 0 T O N- saying one word. Tell the 0''
whose laws do not permit it. for those who received sales to M.. 12:30: P. M.. 1:45 P. M.; Standard 'office size, factory 'rebuilt ject of your visit and all I
reports say that Gestapo agents are alreadyin O take part, In the year-round campaign 6:10: P. M.; 10:10: P. M. like new. Remarkable wish to know. Reunite

Rome, and it is known that the German Turn a thoughtless boy loose in the ta help prevent tubercu- SouthboundLeave value. $50' cash..*.Bradford separated' i gives you lucky *

air force is convoying troops to Albania. It losis. "Seals are often overlookedor Starke--4:30: P. M.: 2:10A. : Telegraph. Starke Fla. tf C and numbers. After I 1 LItI.
woods to get out wood for the winter and
misplaced during the holiday M.; 10:20 A. M.; 2:20: P. M.; if you are not satisfied. It '.
looks as if from now on Mussolini. will he'll pick the tallest, straightest trees your' rush," Mr* Morrow stated. "If 5:20: -P.. M. WANTED-Small furnished apartment coet you nothing. Guaranty
merely be Hitler's stooge. this Is the case: those who reCeived Eastbound for light housekeeping. III-
have because they'll split so But it's readings dally from 9 a
easy I them may still send in Leaves Starke-7:15: A. M.: Leave Write A-l, Box 395, Starke, 9 : PERMANENTLY l.CA l.<
If England does succeed in eliminating trees of this: kind that are most worth saving -i their money to help In the case." Starke, for Palatka and St. Au- Fla. itp p.TED.m 1-J: '1JU09

or greatly reducing Italian military and for lumber-and lumber is worth more gustine 5:20: P. M. FURNISHED

naval power, it will be a major victory At than firewod in most places.. So it looks as wish CARD to'OP'TIIAXKSWe \%\VeHtboun .Lake Santa Fe COTTAGES, 5 miles east on of E. Ocklawaha A\(\
express our thanks Leave Starke 7:40 A. M. 11:00
:
the same time, it will bring with it increased if the firewood and stovewood supply on the and appreciation to our many A. M.; Leave Starke for; Lake: Waldo. Electric lights.. running Ocala, Fla.

-danger at a German attempt at invading place is our responsibility, too and we'dbetter friends who Were so sympathetic Butler. Perry and Tallahassee Jewelry water.Co., Inquire Lewis

England. The British blockade is extremelyeffective work out a system of marking the and helpful to 'us at the time of 5:35: P.,M. Gainesville Fla.tf 3 TO 4 ROOM ,APART1I!
death of 'child and '
our grand- Passengers called for and delivered
01'fished.
and the part of Europe the Fuhrer trees that are to be cut for wood and haveit child. free.I within city limits.. TWO-STORY HOUSE for rent. for rent. $1&furnished to $25 at A

controls: Is running short of essential suprijes. understood that no others are to be cut Mr. and -Mrs. I.. L.: Libby and Station must be notified 30 min Lake Johnson.. Write or phoneL. Fla.s 32 mi. S. W, of

So, when Churchill said the other day for that purpose.-The, Progressive Farmer.. children Mr. and Mrs. Will utes before scheduled arrival of B. McWilliams, Room 1, via Brooker.-W. Hse air.i
Burney. busses. Phone 147. City Hall, .Jacksonville. Fla. ltp Box 176. Alacbua. Fin.S V.s




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