Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 17, 1941
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Tile home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven


Haircut Can Be TOO Military I County, Begins Year With Few ChansesSteps, if II

Forbid Students 3 More Draftees Most New Faces Are Seen On Boards; i

S Taken Fr m4 County Death ClaimsDr. Courthouse Officials Remain' 'if

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On Streets Although Bradford bounty sent About The SameThe
I" ely two volunteers to' A. H. FreemanFormer
as Camp Blanding I
In December aa Ita first quota, the first of January, every four years, ;is usually known
I School Officials first actual draft under the Selec- us moving day in county courthouses throughout the land, ??

,. tive Service Act was made this ResidentOf but this year there were so few changes In the: official ?
Ask Cooperation week when Leonard,Henry Cruce, Starke Was PromInent family of Bradford County that the "oft with the old, on F ,

I Of All ParentsA 23-year-old: Lawtey youth, was Inducted Physician with the new" time came and passed practically unnoticed.
into the service and sent So evidently well-satisfied were Bradford County voters

I j students strict to ruling 1 leave:, forbidding the school all to Camp Blanding; Wednesday He Dr Albert H. Freeman, prominent in the spring' primary elections, that out of the courthouse *
was employed an a truck driver at Ocala physician and former "bix six is had not
''grounds at time during the only one man now in office who ,
the time drafted, and
was Order resident of Starke died last
day Including noon (unless they : Number 22 In this county. Sat- .I served in the same capacity during the past" four years.
eat at home), will go Into effectat urday as the result of a cerebral' Even Dr. \V, E. Middleton, nominated, I in May to Succeed ,
-iir--tii- Two negro draftees, MnrchallUllshlous hemorrhage In the U. S.
I B. H. S. on Monday, January Jackson ta\ volunteer) hospital at Boy Pines govern.ment He the late A. J. Griffia. was no newcomer. to the courthouse : -, ,

j\120' according; to an announcement of Starke, and Car) ReJd of was 74 years of age. I having taken office i
In their enthusiasm to go military In a big; way, these four I yesterday by Principal E.: L Will Hampton were also Inducted, com- Well remembered here for the seven' months ago, immediately Out {
isiana soldiers at Camp Bland Ins, overdid it and got themselves liams. pleting the quota for this month. I following the death of
l prominent part he took In civic, When N D. Wainwright walked
fined for their' trouble. With ulnaera and safety razors they took The following -self-explanatory They will go to Camp niandlng social, and professional life of Mr. Griffis : out of his office In the courthouselast

shearing each other, scorning the services of a professional!'letter of has the..been school sent: to all patrons Monday. Starke for 20 years, the news of i The five officials who remained week, closing the door be- 4

ber. They thought the idea was swell' but their commanding) I Dr. Freeman's death was received unchanged are: hind him, 'he ended the public

|cer thought otherwise. "After all, you have to have. a little I "Dear Parents, with regret by many old friends. I County Judge E. K.:: Ferryman career, of one of Bradford
left in 'order to have a military haircut," he said. I' "As Is, stated on your child's Birthday Ball Falling health had caused his I Sheriff A O. Andreu County's most ,useful and 'most -
report card, we have a common retirement from practice in Ocala I highly-honored officials' ,* ''.
Interest: the welfare of your child. for the past several years, and he Tax Assessor' E. W. Hayes, 70 years '( 1
At of Wainwright
Heretofore we have not found It Plans In ,Shape .entered the hospital at Bay Pines Tax Collector C A. Knight, Is ready ,,to age call,: Mr.,It quits- a
Total ,
;rmjts Parking Meters necessary to restrict the outside six weeks ago He was apparently and Clerk of .the Circuit Court after more than half a century ft
activities of our pupils during the much Improved and was planningto i A, J. Thomas
spent In serving the' people of
school day. As you [know an March Of Dimes return home when death came I The minor courthouse office of Bradford County in some official
73',940Inl940 to' Be Tried Out emergency has arisen.. We have Cards To Be; UsedIn suddenly Supervisor of Registration saw capacity. p

on the streets of Starke much Drive For Fund Dr, Freeman was born July 3, the only new face in the official He began his public career In
more traffic than: ever before; 1866 In Marshall County, Ken- family, when James F, (Little ;
Building Figures Company Says City there also more 1I0llln 1887 as. deputy clerk, and was yw
are mriny peopleof Necessary supplies for the, Infantile tucky. He. was graduated from Jimmy) worth succeeded
Furnish Index Will Net $800 all kinds :from everywhere Paralysis Fund drive were the State Peabody Normal College veteran officeholder N, D. Wainwright first elected In 1900 to the Tax t

To City's Growth Every Month "In view of these facts we feel received here this week by E. and taught school while.com who wait not a candidatefor Assessor's office, where he was
that your child is much safer on L. Matthews, chairman of the pleting his work at the Kentucky reelection.But to spend the most productive
was big news January a year It present. plans work out, It.. the school grounds than he wouldbe President's Birthday Ball events I School of Medicine. He held post although these major offices year of his life. He, served con '
> when figures were added and won't be many weeks before: If allowed to leave as In the In Bradford County this year, and I graduate degrees from Tulane remained I virtually un- tinuously In this office from 1900
las found that building permits Starkeltea and visitors will drop past. After serious though and plans are being made-to/ distribute I UnIversity. the New York Polv- changed i It was a different story till 103T with the exception of one
1939 totaled $35,375.00. as a pickle In the slot, park an hour, I discussion we, have come to the them so that the maximum re- cllnlo post-graduate school of when It came to members 'of the '""n, 1P28 to 1932. During this. '

(pared with only $$10.033.00: Inset then 'drop' 'another nlckie: >or' )lun>::.following, decision.. ceipts will be, realized. medicine, and the University of two Important ,county governing four-year respite, he served lathe p
another parking place<<*3>..1'I 1 l i I' The March of Dime cards will Vienna Austria, bodies-the Board o f County state legislature, and since
it waS bigger. news stilln The City Council at'a special i)Jan-uary be used extensively, and coin Hj entered professional life at Commissioners and the Board Of 19$'(, bas been supervisor of ;
the spotlight of publicity meeting held Thursday afternoon I)(I school will remain on the school cans will also be placed In public Rrlensburg, Ky., and In 1893 was Public InstructiOn registration Jn Bradford County w wcv
turned on 1940's record, and of last week, agreed to give parkIng ground all during/ the school day, places where coins may be drop- married to Mlati May Willis of ,When the new Board of Com
construction during the past meters a tryout hereand It I unless they eat lunch at home. ped by those who wish to aid in Dallas. Texas. In 1000 the family missioners met for the first time
[months was found to ,total Is planned to have them'Installed "You will notice' that. this makes the national fight against infantile moved to Starke and remained last week, the familiar face of
3.940.00.! as soon as the company completes It Impossible for lunches to be paralysis ; here until World War day only one holdover member was ''t

at's more,,.permits for$155- a job in Tampa. Council members eaten anywhere except at home or These measure will be In addition During the useful period of bin pieaent-*P. D. Reddish of Law-
Loo ,of this\ .total were, Issued at the special meeting were at school. Also this makes It to the annual Birthday I I life here, Dr. Freeman was con-: toy In the other four place.,
ng ,the, last [four months of W. M. Edwards, chairman, L. A. Impossible for your children to Ball which Is always the high sidered the leading physician of' W, M. Edwards succeeded L. L. ,
Cwiova, and H. A Bishop. go to the, stores for you. No light of the drive In )thls.county, Starke and also took an active Conner of North Btarker J, L. ,i'
S'ieatpf.off:;: to: 'onjyfan }vMayor-/ .p.i. Wainwright, ,Jr., child will "permitted' to .leave the chairman stated. AThlamain( I part in civic affairs. At one time Wlynn succeeded Mallory -Thomasnot ,
age start, ,with only' jftJ75vworth e.wa. also present at the meetIng school'unless'members his Immediate event will. be held Fridaynight, he was chairman of the County ( a candidate .for?;re-electl.n)
of permits.granted/dur* stated that plans are to install ., family come for him. January 31, In-'the new Armory Hoard! of Public Instruction.8ml In South Starke,f T C.:: Chastaln'
I ,' around 100 meters on both I building. Ted. Sherwood Metho- succeeded R. S. Wuscttn'' In 'the
the first/ -eight months.'/ Thene "'e believe that after you have and His was superintendent ob the
sides of Call Street from the Floridians dist School for several Hampton-Oraham district; andM.
popular of Sunday
Blandjng--and the 'foat fa considered the facts as stated University ,
loryf Permits,begattrttgping4ofigures. ; / "courthouse to the railroad I above, and after you have thought Florida orchestra will play. for year 0 Hun-ell! succeeded: D. r rrl
i The meters cost $53 each, and Dyal of Brooker. rI
I ,.,and City..Clerk Carl about the condition of the streets' the dance. Dr. Freeman and his two sons '
Ins was kept" busy issuing themhe it' is stated that they will pay and town, you will agree with us I There will be plenty of enter- volunteered for service during the I. The School Board likewise had I
rate of 11,200 a day. for themselves, giving the ,cityan I in jnaklng this decision. We I tainment for those who do not World War and served as commissioned but one hold-over m mbe-r. 8. E,
rgest single ''perralt( of I the J month.estimated The revenue of $800 per earnestly ask for your full co- dance, and everyone' l h4 urged to officers during the con- Sparks of District Two. The new

was for $43,000: and taped the city, 25 percent company of will the first give I operation. turn out for the Hall and aid In flict. He was also a pioneer faces were J. S. Norman who succeeds -
the fight against infantle worker In and hookworm
Starke a handsome new paralSIM x-ray
"Very sincerly ,
six month's revenue, and this may yours J. II. Moore In District One;
office I' the chairman said. treatment In Florida.
now 'almbst complete. E. L. Williams, and The
apply on the purchase price If and O. C. Kelly, who succeeds K. i
jond largest ;wag' for 18,000, It. Is decided to keep the meters I Teachers of Bradford High A cordial Invitation is being Dr. Freeman practiced In Jack-
ring, expansion of- the Coca- School and Starke Elemen- extended through the press! to the sonville for several years before J, Lewis In District Three.
after a try-out period.
b. Bottling Company here.. tary School." Army and civilian personnel of moving to Ocala In 1923: wherehe I Immediately after convening,
Construction; business prop- Camp Blanding to attend the continued his active career. He the Commissioners elected Mr.
far overshadowed the amount Rank Holiday Traffic ViolatorsTo Birthday Ball event In. Starke.. was a former president of the Edwards to serve as chairman,
ton residential property.partitively Sunday January 19, Robert E Florida Medical Association, and'and the School Board chose Mr.
'few new 'homes Lee's birthday anniversary, beinga Be TaggedThe City Profits a past-president of the Ocala Sparks.

e been started since the, boomn. ,legal holiday in Florida.. the Rotary Club.Funeral Following their the
Apparently, ,the Idea Isget Florida Bank at Starke will not City has. had some nice, From License Drive services were held Monday new commissioners announced meeting, the
a bright red traffic, violation tick-, afternoon at 4 o'clock from
location first, be open for business, on Monday, election of T. Frank Landrum
I let the home come later January 20. \I eta printed and rwill start using The treasury of Starke has his urburban home In Ocala. as
them to decorate e automobiles been enriched by 9644.25: since the Rites of the American Legloh organization county attorney and county: prosecuting -
of drivers who Insist on disre- city be..an.an. Intensive drive on of which he was a attorney lie succeeds ';M.F. "
We're garding rules and regulations. December 4 for the' collection of member, were used and Dr. E. A. Brown. N, D. WalnwHgbt. aNew

Nobody's Babies "We used the first one Tues- occupational licences, due last Oc Den t, Methodist minister of School
Duties '
day," Mayor ,,N. D. Wainwright tober.W Bellevlew and an Intimate friend
\ota rians TearfullyYou've Jr.. stated yesterday.: "Some fellow M. Edwards chairman of for many years, conducted the
f who doesn't believe In signs the City Council who bas beenenga&ed services.
had left his-' car right In front of to conduct this special Besides Mrs. Freeman, he Is
heard of orphans of the.storm the new poatofflee building In the drive, reports that he has collected survived by two sons, Edwin Freeman -
well, Starke Rotarians have just about decided they're area that* Is plainly marked 'no from 79 local business firmsIn of Toronto, Canada, and t x
l ns of the boom f parking.' tie didn't appear at the past few week., "Most Henry Freeman of New'Orleans, j I ; j

Seems that nobody loves 'em anymore, and if they'reQg <<: court,. as ordered .on the tag-' merchants are ready and willing La.; one daughter, Mrs Steve
to insist but I think we scared! him: pretty to pay.when the matter Is brought Yates of Tallahassee; two sisters,
on eating Wednesday they can jolly
every bad." to their attention" Mr. Edwards two brothers, and several grand
buy a and cook their and beans.
can-opener own
offenses stated. "They understand, too,; children.
The nine listed on the
And that's just what they did couple of weeks ago, tags are: Parking over-time; that we need the money more One grandson Albert Yates, Is 4 4i
that sort of thing gets monotonous for the tired busily double .parking; parking in pro- than ever right at this time when at present living In Starke wherehe
man if it around Is connected with the State
comes hibited areas obstructing traffic the
; ; city's: expenses are IncreasingIn
I regularly! I hand-and their own Farmers' Market
prepared Improper lights; obstructing driveway every department.
first intimation that theye lunch with food hastily foraged( I ; driving past red light; drlv- ,
being cast adrift in a from the nearest grocery. It past stop sign! : parking on I Scattered among the old familiar Dr. Chace Dies

I and cookless world came I was good, toot! they loudly proclaimed -''street all night There la one i names on the list of licensees In JacksonvilleStarke

weeks afterwards bet ween i blank line, doubtless left for I Is a generous sprinkling of newcomers ,, ,,,
[ ago when Mrs. W. 7 A95 lv :%
Iaile burps filling in such supplementary offenses In the past few weeks. iT'
| announced that busi- friends of Dr. Henry
i at her own establishment r After an exhaustive canvas of as "Driving while tendingto Among these are: A. Stein, radio Chace will regret to learn of his.
| Rotarians I the town, the committee reportedthat baby with one hand and eatingIce sales and service; B. S. Rogers, I I death which occurred at his homeIn
were being Mrs. A. U Sullivan, man- cream cone with the other." I
in cigar manufacturer; Ed. M. South Jacksonville Sunday
fed reached the Woman's Club) I ager of the school cafeteria, had' To the driver who violate these Swearingen, electrical contractor; lie Is the father of Mrs J. C. The nw School Board; left to .rli'hU) S. E. Spa ) s chairman s
Id be such heights that It I kindly consented to pinch hit until -I regulations, the ticket says: "You A. J. Angelo, restaurant and fruit Hoover and Mrs Hlldabelle Bence, J. S. Norman, O. C Kelly. {
I Impossible for her to more permanent are ordered to appear at Mayor's dealer; Bradford News Co., both of Starke. ',. 1 I t{

on., any outside customers. could be made. So arrangement.j(I Court 10 a. m. within 24 hours, magazine distributor;. L. M. Bar- Dr. Chace was born In Bron- Three New County Commissioners 9,
f>r a couple of weeks Mrs. the Rotarians I. or if you wish to plead guilty and ton, plumber; Koch drug store; non April 24, 1877, but spent

* Olsen came to the rescue amid the scenes of their childhood -|I. pay fine, appear at City Clerk's W K. Chandler, jeweler; E. T. most of his boyhood In Ocala, r te ,: +- ---..""; '-rner. rsyr't. 'I' Ml,:l>JI'IJIU' *!" fill.'Ml' _.111...rne.e!.. .. st
Pwwer to heartrending pleas I at B. H S.. until the apple! office 8 a .m. to 4 p. m., pre- Simmons, electrical contractor; B. I where his father practiced dentistry :- : :. ;;fi'Y't:" :1!'."" """ ..

i the Rotary member: Sheobviously cart was again upset-this time!| sentlng driving' permit with this M. Beeco, rooming: house; Arrington before the turn of the centurV. ... .: ". ,', ,,;. )'r '"
moved by the lean, by the WPA who turned thumbs tag" it Roberts, gas equipment and ', :t"JI "7.p, .\,!I
PT ,look on their face But down on, the cafeteria's: servinganyone I distributors; V C Hutcheson. Funeral services were held at 1'r r0' ')> .t, "w .. ItS

I this brief period of grace, but school children.T. I Military Police shooting gallery 11 o'clock Thursday morning at I .. r Z'M1r' 1
foo broke the sad news that K. McClane. Jr.. presidentof the Church of Jesus Christ. Lat
lure of other business made the club; Instructed the food To Be Increased Bond Trustee Resigns ter Day Saints in South .Jackson x 41
possible for her to continue. committee to redouble Its efforts, I ville. 7 r

[)ith the grave situation noW and raise the ante If necessary. I Military police forces are being J. V. Edwards, Sr., of Brooker,
ling upon them in all Its I Chairman George Manassa. obviously increased in Starke and Jacksonville elected as member of the County George P. Bryan
Risneas, Rotarians snapped I nearing the end of his in an Intensive effort to Board of Bond Trustees from District
faction; committees were ap- rope, had previously reported that maintain law and order In the Five In the November election George P. Bryan 62, died December -
| d to canvas the town in a ""When you offer them SOc for a j cities now principally visited by. has announced that he Is 31, and funeral services
frate effort to persuade some-I meal they Just laugh at you. They ,, the military population of .Camp resigning: tile portion In view of were held I January 1 In Sapp f n
|o serve the next meal. But still laugh when you offer them Blanding. the fact that the 1941 Legislature Cemetery, with the Rev; J. R.KlUingsworth .
p vain. Wednesday rolled 75c-but not quite as loud. If I i Stationery groups of M. P.'. .r will probably abolish the board officiating. He I. e \ -
Kd again, as It has been! dopor the members are willing to pay I!( are now quartered in the Armory In compliance with the recently survived by his widow. Mrs. Mary *
several thousand years. 75c a meal I will make the rounds I I here and the number on duty (at expressed will of the voters In Bryan; four sons, ; and one sis I
mOl no caterer. again and see what can be done." .',; present 10 here) will be Increased this county. "I do not see any' ter Mrs. Gladys crew. of Jack-,
Kwa. :;.... I ear's Day when The members WERE willing. The over the week-ends from Friday use In serving for such a short I sonville. He bad lived In and "
flans took the bull by the members were desperate. |I I at 4 o'clock until Monday at 9.30; period of time," Mr. Edwards' near Bradford County moat of his' Three new members of the Board of County Commissioners t (left
to right) T Chastaln.. W; M, Edwards
chairman oj
i or rather the can In the (Continued on page eight) a. m. I stated. life. M HarreH. 1 41.I


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U 1.. JAN 1 17 1941


Ii At Camp Blanding Start Learning The Business Of Wars 1

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CITYly I i Luther Cooper, of Plant City and I 1 pita! Mother and daughter are I Col. McNeeseWhen
SAMPSON Howard Cooper, also I Rosabell I Just fine.
1\11'8. S. E. June 1 Tomllnson, were visitors to the I Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Varnes M

Mrs. Dora Good of Maxvllle Is Farm Colony Thursday. I' mad a business trip to Palatka : '
visiting her father Alfred Vnrnca Mr.. anti Mrs. Albert Newmans Saturday night, -
this week, I are the proud parents of a baby Mrs. Mira Dyal and Mrs Etta 3'
Mrs. Cella Jonen and son. girl born in the tJalnenville Hos- Fae Warren made a business' trip, }a' ,tat ,,, 4 1
to Gainesville Monday.J. I j r r dt
r. J, Starling and family visited ?
relatives at Tampa last week-end.
t Hattla Varnen from Palatka In I
spending the week here with relatives. -
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T. H. Hill left Tuesday for Port
St. Joe to visit his family for a' )' ? :
week. I IMr r ;i { yf v.,

,. W H. Smith was visiting' ;
In Hawthorne Tuesday afternoon. I IMrll.
FRfE.3endfotim.booklu Eaton Brown has been I 4
i '
I \Idoxni of sick for the past week with In
r bright tdeu l fluenza.W. .
I Und rrciprt, and Lena Brown'
i (RmnftrJ.Rf*r H. Smith
1 Jfern/W. It.I. made a business trip to Lake But-: Hf
ii ler Tuesday. I thousands of men are
rtl gathered together from all walksof
L I U. S. Checks Cashed life as they row are at Camp
Blanding, there Is bound to be
Officers at Camp Blanding 'are plenty of talent In evidence
MEAT delighted with a ruling by Starke Above is Lt. Joe Boner's impression '
postmaster f.: F. Stump that U., of genial Col. O. W. McNeese, General Persons watches approvingly as Camp landing soldiers get down to intensive
,4 I 8. Treasury checks may be cashed Camp Blandlng public relations training (and Incidentally hard work) after a brief respite, during the Christmas holidays,
: at the postoffIce here without any officer, who has already demonstrated -
on' what life is really like
From now they'll find out Army
charge. An unofficial spokesman his eagerness to cooperatewith
CURING ( said, "We appreciate this service, the citizens of Starke, and
lane I the people of Starke may be other nearby towns in establishing : -
assured that we will spend our friendly relations between
money where we get our checks camp and community. In view of
I cashed" It was reported that In;:the overtaxed facilities of all business l-

No increase in Prices I. at least one nearby town the In Starke on Army payday, ,
government checks could not be two weeks ago, Col. McNeeae
cashed except upon payment of a states that he Is favor of the
fee, running as high as $2. staggered payroll plan, which
might be placed in operation at

W We Specialize In Sugar Blanding Airport Camp Blanding' a later date. +wFyo

Prospects seem bright for an
17 Enter Contest
.,, "... airport at Camp Blanding to accommodate -
I the military personnel For Festival QueenThe
and others who might care to fly
Cured MeatsGainesville I Into the reservation. A survey contest for Strawberry

is now being made of possible Queen, Maid of Honor the six N ,

sites. beautiful diamond rings, Motor-

TRAIN SCHEDULE orla radio, plus $250.00 in' cash h Y

SouthboundNo. Is just beginning to 'get under M w
Ice & 1 due Starke 11:35: P. M. way. The demand for votes from r $
SIB' lk
local.No. the stores that are cooperating '1bA
107 due Starke 9:28: A. M.
I will be on the increase by the

Cold Storage Co. local.No.. 191 due Starke 10:33: P.)I first of next week. Some have
M. Miami.
young ladles of the County
been nominated, but there Is room
J. L. GEORGE Mgr. 2 due Starke 5:28: A. M.
for ten or fifteen more.
local.No. I-
108 due Starke 5:36: P. M. Those already nominated are: h
Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St. through. 'Betty Green, Carolyn Keen, Doro- L

Starke anti Bell Branch thy Green, Margie Mathews Flor-
Taking automatic rifles apart and putting them together,again appeals to young men, who ai
Mersereau, Geraldine Sllcox,
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA No. 101, leaves Starke 7:00: A. ence
Sadie Prince, Betty Stringfellow boys,always,wanted to get inside of things to see what made them tick. The comparative
3 M.No.. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: P. Jacqueline Andrews, Ruth Simpson simple construction of even the largest guns la usually a big surprise to the uninitiated.
M.you've. Ella Mae Sapp, Patsy Rob-
erts, Jean Ruck r, Margie Thig- .,.,
pen. Clara Flume Helen Dowllng,!

and The Grace nominations Dew" will remain

I : When played open until the end of this week.
j\ The plan of the contest, or the
way in which the contestants can
secure votes to win will be explained -
hard. pause and by a number of merchantslist
( can be found elsewhere in
this Issue), Votes will also be
4 Ara
given with each admission\ ticketto k : :

UP the Festival.., The young lady ,. to
who has the largest number of r fit.1 $
votes at 9 p. m. February 5th >
closing time of the contest will
be awarded the first prize, and
the title of Strawberry Queen.
The one with the next largest itat
number of votes, second prize and k
the title of Maid of Honor. The
next largest, the third prize and
so on down the'list. With $250.00In
cash set aside to be divided
t among the contestants who enter
remain active according to the )
rules and do not win one of the ,
seven listed prizes.'
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Northbound: K'M' -Iw' i 4'v r
Leave Starke.-7:40: A.M., 2:30A. : .. '
us M.. 12:30 P. M.. 1:45: : P, M.:
5:10: P. .M.; 10:10 P. M.
\ ,SouthboundLeave '
{ Starke-4:30: P.M.: 2:10A. :
M.: 10:20: A. M.; 2:20 P. M.f: Don't be alarmed.. It Isn't a real casualty. Men 'of the 106th Medical Regiment
5:20: P, M. from New Orleans are demonstrating the proper method of removing a wounded soldier
Kastbound; from the field ,of battle to the waiting ambulance.
Leaves Starke--7:15 A. M.: Leave .
Starke, for Palatka and St. Au-
gustine 5:20: P. Id.Westbound. y :rm r ew wmy ". .

Leave. Starke7:40: A, M.; 11:00A. : ;* a t .l' 1 v' Ir''A" dA.
M.; Leave Starke for Lake
1LA \ Butler, Perry, and Tallahassee
5UJ5: P. M.
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When you're tired and thirsty, there's noth-

ing so refreshing as an ice-cold bottle of 4 :vt' .1 tLt

Coca-Cola. You its and feel
can taste quality 0 +ER''I

the happy after-sense of complete refresh '

ment it always brings. So When you pause w

throughout the day, make it the pause that 'I M .+ ;.-.

refreshes with ice-cold Coca-Cola. YOU TASTE ITS QUALITY f n


I This row of 153 MM. Howitzers certainly look business-like UB
STARKE -thai is If the business ,
COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. consideration is war. Judging from this picture Camp Blanding- troops will not be red1' |

t to practicing with wooden guns as were some *ups of tralaets at various camps this sum fr -


I JAN171941't ,



a few days with her' mother Mrs. iv TIIM oncrrr rorirp EiIl'rslJ1.lUlI Ii

Bradford High School Journal Meet General Persons R. P Lewla who U ill. T. W. IV,,, i..,\4-nu-i.. PEPSI IT lUtADFOKH OF KI.OM. "I"'II' 1""/
Markey has been confined to his ('ftt'5T5'' .... f""o\Y'EIIY ::1'

bed I a few days this week. Dure- PlaIntiff, ,tV
Commander Of The
31st tha May infant daughter of Mr. -VaOlIn. li. ..jl i'

-LUl\1E No. SIX FIUUAY JANUAUY 17, IDtt ;41ER TWKNTY Henry Pate la very Ill We wish r>(ef entry.ndonf.ItHOKH 'I, .

Just\ as the Camp Blandlng personnel -- them all a speedy recovery.Mr. OF" ".HVirM, : 1,1/

should become and Mrs. Edt! of 'SOTICK TO "PI'113.I ..
, 'S. JOURNALtor4flCblef STAFF I I B. H. S. Orchestra The ResolutionI I acquaintedwith Gulney t.ewla' H .Uentry, ..
II. the officials who run our Plant City were visiting relatives TUB STATIc OFT FI.O\'UOA\ ;

[ Jack flails ,'Being FormedOut Should Have MadeThe city. so should Starkeltes know here over the week-end. ) fillne II. Gentry Ke.ldenc. Un- !
lety Editor Betty Green :II the quiet, incisive man who guidesthe Lealand Waters of Alachua kni"nl: la hereby ordered that you

Sport. Opal Peele destinies of the 31st Division was a visitor here Saturday after. are required. to appear on the Ilrrt I
of the
8 Davis: B. H. S. Pram Band New Year's! resolution. I day of February A. D. 1941, before

y'8 Sports h- Buddy ''Is being formed an orchestra should have made is, to control at Camp Blandtng.ThereforeMeet. noon.Mr. the above entitled court, tn.

w Points Sadie Prince which will have added to It -the my temper and watch what I say Major General and Mr* O. ,J. Mott and the hill'lit the nf complaint above entitled filed awalnetvon ca".t.

p 'N Peep Grace Greend ] piano, ,and !several string Instru to other people when I become John C. Persons. Mrs. Li. A. Mott and children of .ltd "llradford. County Telegraph"

A Scout Mack Futon : ments. This orchestra will not tired or mad.I The Commander of the 31st High Springs were visiting relatives I'a hereby In which d..I..na.1I thin order aa the.hall n W.paper b"*- \,

S News Melba Moody : only' be able to play concert and think this is the best NewYear' Division has been a successful and friend here Sunday.J. publlahed once a week, toe (our f

t. club Lillian Barnes classical music but lawyer. He Is presidentof Dukes and Dave Dukes of consecutive wevha.Wltnena t :
popular as .
Ins Crewsnae i resolution I could make my hand. and tha ,seal'.. ?,
Igraphles the First National Bank of Stelnhatchee were visiting here
or could have made because the of thla court atoll.rk.\ ..' Florida, J
Marie D.. and i well.The Birmingham largest bank in Ala last week. thus Sod d.Y'of ,January A. 1>. %
band! as a whole has Improved way you act and what -I II
Ferrol Jones you say bama. At the of Mr. and Mrs. Pervl Hazen of ? '
I University AlaI I >FFIC1AI. BKAt) A. J. Tho'm, jj
100 percent through the around other people makes an Impression (
.-. Louis Jordan ; : bama be reported college news Hampton Lake were dinner guestsof Clerk of the Circuit Court. JO
fine leadership of Mr. A. W.Bates on them. of what kind a
: f
Wilkinson It. A. Stephens,'
Edgar 'for several acted] Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen Sun-
A. as
:T. newspapers \ 1-8 It ;.24'
I the band instructor. By ( person you. ate. They might get flulntlff Attorney
Special Reportersry bursar and registrar, and In 1912. 'day. ] "
footbal the band is the
season wrong Impression of
person \4.IIIIKItl.
Townsend Jeanette Parke ] a year before being graduated IV TillS nnci'iT rot'HT. KIOHTII
| destined to be marching in real if he acts that .
i S '
1 way. CIHCI IT OF 510111(14 -
cum laude from the law school For mile Adding Machine and .'
uniforms. j t ( IV AM> KIMt llll.\I)KOI I>
itorial .1 For example. let's take a boy he was treasurer of the university TypewrIter RIbbons at Telegraph/ CO I' i

I Fortunately! there will be lost :, who could be trusted with any j In Tuscaloosa where he office. 'I'Y.I.e csiivaitV: "

only' one member Oils by thing In the world and Is the best Dorothy: 1.nlll. HOII/If'/ "
IT SEEMS TO MEOW I year j first hung out his shingle he also [Plaintiff ,
I graduation. Last year. there was I ja boy can be; except when he becomes engaged in the lumber business __ '0'1'1.1 nf "I tsi'pite 'I.H I 1 .'11'". ,
that 1940 1. a thing ot some'" decreace In the Ions of four. I tired or mad. A man I 'rake notion. thnt viirtumnt, to the Ale" \Vtu'tet'. Ifodges.lu'fendant. ,
students :of BradjM before becoming a banker. final det-rvH. nlcrd by It"". It. I.. F
past. we Two .new members George might come to the town in which Back In 1017 1I ,\1)S DIVI8IO.V ......c.11l1f s H Jiulu til the rlivult MOII: OF "KIIVICM >

L High ought .to get, our shoul- \i Powell. bass: tuba and Bradley I this boy lives! and want the boy I II But It isn't General Persons' court of llrmlford, rountv. Flnrlda.1' !:5 U l'U'.1 TO .5 IPMH, >
In that certain Trill' HTATR' OF FUUtlUA .
'In cnu'
9 i right down to the wheel ands;', Geiger. trumpet. are heartily welcomed )-I to work in a bank or some place success in civilian I life I which National Guard after that conflict pondlnir rfcuncwy.In Hiilil court wherein ",,,.,. I TO AI.... Wxbmter llodg-ea, Ueelit '.

to make these remaining Into the band.. They will I where he has to control what he qualifies him for his post. He he became a lieutenant colonel ) oral I \\0',,,'''' Murttrnvp I Corporation Inplnlnlirr euro I'nknown :
.. at, It la hereby oriloreil, that you ,
lee of Aur school n ndV. It. hnw t are
months year I add a great deal. We are, still in says even when he is so tired was soldiering before a great on the 31st Division staff, .1.I"nl.l I ht!< un.UTMlifm'il* NiwUtlMn I ers tiulreil 1 to iu>|ienr on the Hrd **,

|ter than all the past five. :i iQf 1 need of more members. especially he can't go much longer. This men of the 31st were born as operations officer nnd( from 'I'i-r will Hrll nt txibllo oilti'rv day af February, A.. I>. 1041. boforn, J,
; many :
been making iTs 1 1I 1 I, to t HIP hl hent and ttKt hldor' for I the above entitled ...urll to the bill' jfiof
have to a baritone and cturincts Job has a promising future for 1031 until his elevation In October
you ones play soldiering In France. where the i>a.h at the Houttt front dunr of the complaint flleil, BKiilnel' you In, ;i
I just getting by without Jail-,,I!I or saxophones. 1 anybody who gets It. This man going was tough. Back In 1916 of this year he was brigadiergeneral (,iintv I cotirthotiHW I In Stnrko, KlorIdn (th* "bweltllI.d! causal and V
fine time to bettere I ihirlnir the l I..A l hour* nf twin) "llradford clmntv Tcleirrunh"' l is' i
Is a auks the different bosses
now boys' I of the 62nd
before this country entered the Infantry on Fcbrunry :.1, 1941 the followlnir hereby dealrnnteil. KM the1' nw- .
_. grades -of at least! keepm The Juniors ResolveFor for a recommendation for this war, General Persons went to the brigade. |<...>inl...*n BHuiita I In llrndfnid paper In which. this l order hall bu. \] '
of them. : FlurldH' tn-wtti I : publlnhod once a. wuk for (our '
making more County i "
| any Job. Every boss said that the A quiet Incisive man with'It..
Plattsburg training In ,
|I camp. Th) Kiint: half ot .III* $"hi-not' I I cuiixecutlvn weeka
good many:! of us take the an English assignment the boy is a fine' toy and would recommend -J September 1917 he was commlSi clone cropped mustache and a Quarter of the NoinlicHut l iguiirtorof I Witness my hnnrl and the Meat' 4)
toward grades. t Section. 38. 7 Honth of this court at Hlarke, Florida.. "
>DK attitude other day. the Junibrs had to list the boy for the Job except : stoned at Fort Oglethorpe, vigorous figure General Persons 'l'ow".hll' .
I tans SO Ki"nt: .1...., 414 yardu this' tilth day of ecember.. A. I. .
think that If we Just pass we all their New Year's resolutions thatThe can not control histongue Georgia as a captain. of Infantry. neither smokes nor drlnks.,,When xiimr In HonthwvKt' rOI''',, nfSorllon 1340.

all right. Well. we are get- I when he gets tired 'or mad.i he speaks. soldiering he knows It. Townnhlp T tktithllansw OFFlClAfj 'CAr.I... J. Thomaa >,4
give the ones they would have Two months later he was in ;: -
S pI" '' SO() Hunt; aim). West. hulfof 'lerk of the Circuit Court. .
from one grade to I I made find they made some. I i Every boss answered the aume. France. Assigned to the Forty- What he's talking about. North' ....' cjunrtpr of Houthvftt O. A. .Mtephena, V

all of us felt that' The man said he wished he could seventh Infantry he fought at St.Mlhlel This Is what' he has to say to \ ijuurter of 1oI'c"lnn 24, l'lalntlrf'UClrn.y.. 1-m J.34. (
i One boy reading an article -
would 1 i upon Township 7 Month, Jlan t 2(1(
What a school we In on hunting ''have the boy but he couldn't employ at Tout in the second the men of the 31st: ":,,.t; ,,,,,"Ih.r with I all and Iii
a newspaper IV TIIM ('IIM't 11011'l'Il'JI
jve If everyone, made D'sandi, him because of what he battle of the Marne and the "All of us are part of a defense MliiKiiliir, the rlnhtu, .....nb..r, '>M-I\I. 4'nII'r CfiritT.OF' FIltH. ;'
turning on a flashlight
I I by ,
at night
lir rmlltm and
> nta nppurtrnanrvii 'f.
made the .gi.3def 'I'I resolved to "turn on his I Ehould: say If ho got tired or- mad. Vesle river. For extraordinary program which may mean the to sit 1.1 picmlBfn, livloniilnK' .r In lilA, IV AMI F llroi 1(11.5 iI"tKI)

believe that one main reason! \ brain", in school so that he mighti | So there I is one case that might heroism at Vesle river-he saved very existence of our country, nnv. '\win.* incident or appvrtalnInir. VTY.IV ('U I'nY: -.Jt j

so many of us don't make as3d !i happen and I would not want to the life of a wounded corporal- Time Is the essence of that pro I T. Frank Trfittdrum, A. W. (" ,.u"ln..j. \
i I profit by 1 I '
,I grades as; we' could is be- I be that boy, General Persons received the Distinguished !- gram. That means we must use Mii..rlal Mauler -vs.1lIsabth* "'" i' t(

ae of 'waiting'' till the last I i I Most all resolved to be more i -Leonard \ Smith Service Cross of the every minute of our time to perfect Knight A for KnlffhtAttoinrya I'lulntlff 1-10 4t 1.31 M. Counlnii, 'M r.

Iment to start working. We,,,I friendly to their classmates :]I I United States. He was also a fighting machine so coordinated ftllltFH Defendant.... OF ,HKIIVICM .,J I/It/"
of the
the days 'go by and dori't teachers, and the rest peo- I Junior Class NewsWell awarded the Distinguished Ser and well-trained) as to OIIIMOII: OF. PL'ItI.JI'1I()\ SOTIf'H" Tt il'l'l-\H! '.s'

mark we will ple in general. vice Medal make Impossible attempt to \OTIfM Tit PI'MAIl TlltJ HTATK OF KIXXUDA '
from has
the Alabama. any
ry about to Th, Htate of Florida to lilcll" TO KlUaheth: M CuuMlna. lle.'ldenow l-
on our report ,card at the ; Some said they were I folks now that vacationIs I four stars on his Victory Medal defeat the United States. In W.-tili> whop mldroHH IK !Houttt No. Unknown, '

of the month until we take (,i[show more control of temper. and :I over and we've all had our And he was a major of Infantryand that machine the 31st DivIsion t, spark" ., tloorirlMi I ,. It la hereby. ordered that you ,\ ,
off the hand Ie" so much. You nr nntlflnl I that hill of ron are required to appear on the Urd ,
onthly test and depend onIt not "fly of good times let's settle down and) adjutant of the seventh Division can become the most effectivecog. plaint' for dlv...... and due affidavit day' of February, .\. II. 1941, before.the ,.',,

one grade to, take care of ::': "Stop believing all you hear get back to work as though we when he was Uncharged In It's up to us." f"r thin nrdvr him .bw..n fllml In above entitled court, to th, bill I
I others" was a very good one. One:' Circuit Court of llradford County, of complaint filed .... n.t you In
[ the other'poorer ones. I mean business. Nothing like starting 1019. And It might be rememberedthat Klorldii, 1 In can* wherein Marl:: I
i theRe few months of the new'M'bail" boy said he was'going to the New School Year off right Led. 62nd BrigadeThe General Persons has been IH pliilntlff.. nnd I.urllo Webb "liradford CountTtlenraph"' la ,,
and skipping: U drfnniliint. and you are hereby, > hereby iloelirimted, .. the iiewa- 'r'',
jr. lets all. try to do our beat,, quit playing'hooky not,you know World War didn't end his successful at everything else he's rvriuhed" to jippenr" In maid CHUNH i ion paper In which this order Khali be ,
only have our teachers clashes.; The ones that are military career. Entering the tried. thai 3rd day of February. 1K40. > published once k for four ( '
I not making the grades they could :I And speaking of starting the ",tr.1 County Twlewraph. I. cpnxecutlve "k"Y. 11d'
parents proud of us, but have and New Ycar right It seems we JunIors Hlifitated .. (toe newppaper In'' Wllnen my hand and thin neat '
I school Itself benefitted by hav- make resolved to study more whlrh I I I Ihl.I order Nh..11 1 1 be publUhMilorue nf this court at Xtarke, Florida. i
: master the use of the English really have to"start In and Unnecessary Saluting! Gets Monotonous a week for four noimarntlveWeek this Silth,, day of DecemLer.... A, 11, ,.(
us as Its .students and do some work--ani fast too-Ifthere's prior to nalit Teturn date.Vltn U4O it,
-Jack: Halle language, in their speech be Junior- To Big Shots And Rookies Alike \ ..H" my hiind and offlcliil Heal (OFFICIAL. HRAt.) A. J. Thoma* |,
I I writing. going .to a : Af( "t.tut' """. Klurldii, thl Is 4th day of. Clerk. of the Clrvlilf. Court. ',1:
1 1 I thAt resolved 1 Senior banquet this year. i I Jannnrv; lOll(11"14'It'lAt. ) I Id A.. "Hicphonn; --- -- of'"
Resolutionsbuilding t' There was only one 1: It seems that promiscuous and porter:, was walking down Cull ( HKAt.) A..I.J. Thonian: Plaintiff' Attorn*?. .1-*U 1.U'J"
>wear to be a better Christianand My but th "se Juniors (and' Clerk I of Circuit. I ('", ; nratr.r4t.'u'unty i \
often. others too) really must have been unnecessary saluting away from In the compuny of two'buck, privates. Florida. 1-10 4t 1-31 :
attend church more I '
:_ I MtNTKtt'0' : U.')
Is not built until the Telow are 1tew of the best!! good.\ last 'year Judging from thel camp la just as bothersome to Punning an officer they 1 NOTK'M J I.. hereby given that
came to a dutiful but iTIM: ('0! '\1'Y .11 iMiio'K, ii IIT.IX ,
made carefully : salute as hillier Mud tiy vlitun or a. Finallinrron
for it are
t ,''ones Just as they were made: gifts they pot at Christmas. Com-1 the big shots as 'ft Is' to the rimal- Mt KOK IIIIMIKOHII of Kurrrlnmir mud.* uttr.iidard .
approved. If the building; isbe soon as theyVel'e out of earshot 4 'Itl''NTV. KMMHII t.IH 't
and ,
: pacts watcher necklaces!, -' bv the llonorubU A. ?
of value only the very I resolve ler fry. : started: griping about the necct1'o'.ty ';IIN MATT,IS/ 1 It I IF! .AtlJiltuL .t\liM..th. Vivsu4FCeur.. \1
any of !sarcasm well. I couldn't begin to name ( ,i.t..1.tHt.-:
Mot to be guilty any Iilo\fH'\N'| lIt. rtf, 4)? t..Ut..J..I..h'I. "
few the for
A -
material la used in it, This or gossip.To 'all of them but open your eyes days ago Tck'graph'sreporter such wasted energy. ANTMONV' : / AM>UKWH, A MINOR l I..ltt.: In mid 1 f..r J'nvlford" Cwanty, In ", .
fcarefully selected and put Into angry over and look around and you'll see was walking down Cnll I I811'eet According to latent regulations\ Sat-| It 1'1 1 (>!'" lit IUKI S'S! S I 1.11 Clmnnery, titled ju.xenitr 18lh, :'
stop getting with It that both TnUeotlri* lllll), In that ci-nnlii rftuira >thrrt'lnlalwlv "
a Camp tidinglieu : seem officers
by skilled workmen. I small things.To ,i some of Ihem-If the dazzle does'': i groups That lh<* underfill, ned IC'II"rdlllnl"t..oI. periling, h6twrn buildingsin tenant. Every few minutes. an and enlisted I be I .. to .I I Honorable I t
Iready many new / of I men -- might nif lv to I the Jordan Plaintiff, an II trvn K.
would call ( spend. an equal amopnt not blind you. ) enlisted:: man would pass by and fpared this annoyance.Palming : ,Iii K, r'xrrynian" County Jnd,elrndfi of llnrniirU.' Dafemlunt, th* ,urui'rsIjncd <
[ progress- -1f.you time on each study rather thanto I i We have a couple of hew pupils I : .\ "i-il I'otiniy.I I l Florida, at t ha who wan thnrvln appointed '
Year's resolutions Buildings I like ) com'- to a snappy salute. The U NOT required when '.rr... .. of I thn sttIt. County JndK In i a. H.e..IlIt".I..r, ,. l In, I.hltn..v:: toMaputo
are the designer study only the things ;Jin I i 11W. TheIr names! are Vlr-, weary officer went through the ,I officers and enlisted men meet tlo I Courtly Com lhoui at "Mtarke" th, same, will' nn Monday
yourself. and let the others go. Kin la Kirkland and Hilda Haajkini. "KlorlilH at I 111:1)0: ) A, M. "',,Io'k onKvbrimry the. 3r' [tractor carpenter. laborer and In school. prescribed motlocs but later safe I more than a thousand yards from |10, I 91 IC.'r nn ordernnthorlnlnir 'line the l 10,1( hour..* of *"Ie. b.rnr.c..tI" .
Not to chew gum Welcome to our school girls. ) he fumed I the limit (lh. ...1.. of the follow ...
1 the other variouspeople con- Inside a drug store : camp ,' I ha ", door In Utm'kit, ,'
Industrious at home. lnir r I'll' I exlul( of William. Anthony
To 'be> 'more -Velma Norman, reporter. | Florida, A.II to th. hlKhvxt and
ed with building. You are courteous to my "Why don't those fellows read the I I However If enlisted men nre A ndr.wlII. ... minor\ to-wlt: bout bidder, for cash lbs follow.

who is going to carry' To be more regulations It Isn't necossary to addressed by an officer at any An undivided. one-third In. I log described. l laniln,' iltunto, lying
one and superiors.To I teri-Hl" In and to.: I the HVk 3! of HK', .<
teachers Discontinue j and beIng In llr <1ford County.: ,
Assembly salute In town. I time anywhere .
must "lute'and'the
the beautiful plans for your considerate and : or 810 Vi of 1'I..lIon [ and are the one who be more A day or sd 1> Inter the same re- salute must be returned. HWi-h.r HW !%i of Hectlon 5, I 'h. HKW of Section T. Town.
ding :
you : Until Flu Goes '
I courteous, to my family. all In H. II. 22 M.: lnohHKlniiliix hip 7, Hc.uth Ha".. 12 Rant with
[olng to let this crumble in I at the Hunt hen"t cor- the ai>|iurl,..nnnc.... Huld nul tee
[dual and become only-an ugly I In a talk to the students of HAMPTON lUlOOKER oar, of the MWVi\ of the HKt4\ of ,bo mad.. pursuant to nal Mnlil Section S and (bonus run
The SeniorsMARY I i to satisfy tho OH mo and runt*.
t in your life. Perhaps youI'I) Hradford High last Tuesday week, I By MM( A
  • feet Ihenre South 417
    .nds can help 'You With Mr. Williams stated that there AM Hiii-clal blaster in chancery
    SILCOX feet
    FRANCIS thence run Kant 4S feet
    : : 4t *
    pr-M -your resolution is one' would be no further weekly assembly Mrs. M. C. Sweeney and daughters Friends of Douglas Hardy will to point of hrelnnlnirs. and also I ) *1n e

    fchat nature. If they can and Mary Frances Sllcox: (known to until the flu epidemic is Norma Joan and Wanda beKlnnlnv. at the Northeast corner -
    I glad to know that he Is home Of NW'i of NK'/i of Heollon TIIM f.IIU..T rorirr; or 'lull J
    progress will probably beer us as Fannie) was 'born December over or the weather Is decidedly have returned from Pensacola again after undergoing opera 7. Tp. 7 (H. II. 22 M, and thenoe 1 MIUMTII' Jl'IIK'MI, c'uu'I'I'r IN
    and successful In Stafke.Fannie where visited Mrs Sweeney'ssister run Mouth SIS I..t. thence run Al FillS HH A(troll ft COt'NTV.!
    more 9 better they I
    for "
    appendicitis I In the Ala- Went 4SH feet thence run North PI.OMIIIA. I* t'f'' 'H'I/1I\ .
    any of us have resolved to bas black lialr hazel There are more pupils all the Mrs. James A. Gnann. chua County Ho eltal. 212 feet, thence run Kant: 4HHfe ( OTICM TO IIIOFI'15lAN" ?

    I better in school-to studyer and a 'dark complexion, and Prof. M. W. Morrow's fish pondin ..t to point nf be rlnnlnir' all Alffvn H I1Mlh.n'ln.I .' ,
    eyes while taken out of school '
    being Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plummcr of belnir 'In Tp. 14. It. 21 M..t.1 I Plaintiff' it,
    to> arrive on"time to co- Is tall and slender. because of influenza and It Is' be- his beautiful'' flower garden Is "''Minted I In Tlradford -",'.. .
    Lawtey were
    visiting Air and '
    Ate more. to try''to get along She first started to school here attracting considerable attention Florida! CUllnl.Y'l[Paul U. nnllantln. TO
    lieved that a large proportion '
    Mrs. Leslie Green vfndant.
    She' Thursday aft at private Hale, for 1313: .21 a.
    the teacher, to make better then moved to Lake Butler. this is either caught or spreadin these days. Some of the fish are ernoon. : p'*r pdtlllon now nIl file In tb.. TO: Paul O Hallantln. who* | J
    es. There Is always room for unfortunately did not get to attend five to seven Inches long and are office of said, County JIII..". this r..'ld nc. U unknown. 5 ,
    because of public gatherings. Jot I', and Mrs. BOils Hinton of January 9th, A. U. 1941. You are hrby notifIed that a. .|
    ovement. and these resolu- school ;regularly very colorful- -some red, some T. Frank l...tndrtinuriiiardlnn hill of complaint' halO b.*n filed -'-
    will become the buildings; the distance and sickness. After black and some multi-colored. Jasper have moved here and will of the entitle of William against you In the office o( the
    Laugh A Little be at home to friends the Anthony Andrew. ,. Clerk of th* Circuit Court, the
    Starke she was on
    If to the water-lilies
    want them to be. you back dart .
    moving They among 1-10 6t J,,7IV ..m. being a. bill of, complaint fur
    le them "just to be making put back to the first grade. We and parrot-feather mosses and Earl Green place. Mr. Hlnton Is ; I dIvorce I

    (a.. or "Just to keep in style" find she has had very great df-! write Duck McMUllan.brief life was of asked to when the sun rays Illuminate !it.j' employed at Camp ntandlng. TIIH. CIII4TIT f'Ut''T' .>F. TIIIA your You Hppuamnre are hereby lit' notified WrIIln..to either file ':
    a Benjamin
    of school but i hi beautiful.The Mrs. I. W. Plnholster KH.HTII "I .,H"1. f'IIU'.T' UI'I"l.OlSII
    j were cheating yourself a flculty m attending the scene very spent personally or by attorney, on or g''
    Franklin for history. The follow '. IVM "011 ItllAlt.KOIUI
    before the .
    minutes in which you 'could, has stuck by her guns and now ing paragraph was written: Rev. C. A. Warren will conduct -,I last week-end in Jacksonville with < 01 "" 'I'I" t'IIAS( Idle A. l>. ID4I. rd or dAY.default of February.will be si

    -. done something else. Theyi Is about to complete the 12th services at the Baptist relatives.Mr. >o. loaJTIIH taken again you In said 'eult. *f

    be only dreams,' alr-cmntles ,J Je grade. Her courage Is to be I ad-1: "He was born In Boston, travel. Church 'next Sunday morning and and Mm. leigh Hahn of filill'ANV<< OIIKAT/ a A Corporation* !' Tnt) notice It I I.he further published ordered In .the that Fir this ad- [,k '

    ed to Philadelphia, met a ladyon I i I I nrKMiiUwd' and .eilntln,
    | by light-hearted people who mIred. evening.M. Raiford were visiting Mrs. Ilahn'smother ,lindirr th. lAW. of ford County Telegraph, once .arbweek
    have no sense of responslbi- t.he is very Interested in cnurcn u- the street she laughed at him L. Wattemon and family Mrs. J. R. Mott Sunday Htate nf Arl..,..... and, h.."-) for four" conxf-rutlve hAnd weeka. ?','.

    |to their country because they affairs and has always taken an he married her. and discovered- and Mica Madge Gay drove to afternoon. N Inlf Its prlncliml' off lea and ) eal 'Jsr"1., day of fntt December''IIMal' i .

    i none to themselves In that active part. She Is very domestic. elect rciiy.! Camp Blandlnx last Sunday. i I Mrs. M. F. Wiggins of New I 'I "
    do not live up to what they quIet, and unselfish. Also Fan-' ---- Hoping For A Road I I River spent Monday afternoonwith of New York, Cleric Circuit Court .of tlraclfurd>tt 3

    ''nle can be depended upon especially JuJge Comer P. Jr.. asked a Residents of this town are liv- Mr. T. W. !ofarkey.I I -V..rialnllff >> County John J. Florida..
    the Seniors to say, couple) caught on a park bench In that the new ruAHi.Ka. : II. WOO) Hendrmon oflcltor row
    other hand. these reso- by us ing high hopes Mrs. Charles Hardy. Sr.. spent -i Hulntlff. .\-a 4t 1-14
    ** I I
    "What are names? IlltUMIK.. a nldenf. and _
    18 to be- making nominations your road. now being surveyed from lust !
    are slowly going when we are week In Gainesville with her cltlaen of I.rno. Htate nf) IMrilM. .

    realizations and there are :"1 move that the nominations ire: "Ben Pttten. Waldo to Camp Blanding, will ,, daughter. Mm. William H. Bryan. M..nH<.hiiM..lt.. \111.,. MINA ) KI: ..IITII f'IIU'I.IT.II4MCIU Ttll, Cllir-l MT tlf IT TIIM 4>K

    to be some. good results. cense.! 1 She: "Anne Howe." I pans through, or at leant come 1 \. IV
    band. TflOVtAM! tf. ClI1AUY'
    '- "III It Foil H" ,'.
    t UK-nun.
    1111. %. ..w
    l who build these buildings She likes all sports. That is near, this community. j I home after spending: afcwdays I r"eid.ntii of H'-rk.' llrnd-i) i% C''C'II\--' -- --- -

    |he ones who. will succeed in one way we can tell she Is somewhat Society Notes Several different routes are be- I I with her parents, Mr. ami Mrs.' ford County 11.f..,"la Florida ruts. j i ''I.e.tr A. ....rr.'1t'1, 111

    undertakings. related to her fun-loving : Ing considered! and It Is possible ,i W. H. Harrell.Mr. I tiiitKii: or I'; III.KMTIOV i r v..t'lalntlf.
    j Ruth and Muriel Simpson Freddie I'that the selected It apprnrhiir. by affidavit riled In Nellie Purrnnoe
    :you did not make any reso- sister Ruby. one finally may II and Mr. T. W. Markey the ali'iv, styled that the K. ,
    n on New Ye...'. Day re- ; Wimbcrly Evelyn Hall; and benefit Hampton materially. !I were In Gainesville Shopping I defendant. .'hart's. O. Woodbr""' ..j "t'.fenlcnt".1. KOIt'l>l, fM4-K

    "T that there is always a RUBY MAE SILCOX Troy Loadholtz a 11 e nded the' If fortune does smile upon us' Thursday. I 11 i a rssItl.nt: th of: a t..rorll'county'other ,. 1 nitl'KI( .>|.K |>| 1t1..O i
    tut. Htale
    M"'h. a new week, and a Folks. if read anything In basketball game I n Gainesville I, to the extent of putting us on a I Mr. and Mm. Sonford Hitch and that hi. renld'......, ai> particularly; iHTATH'I'o Nellie OF II.FLORIDA Uurrance;:
    you 1
    [day Just ahead! didn't know Friday. direct route to Camp Blandlng ;, '()n. Gene, were week. nd truest all I. known lu affiant' I. City of It appearing from the Afflit.tvl"
    tt>ORe of us who have made before this biography please blame It on her sidekick I' Betty and Carolyn Green were I It would undoubtedly do much of Mrs.. Rltch's parents,. Mr. and, I ul Lynn alas.hu'u.s.tts, County of; K that. v
    pitlons, let's resolve to see :M:. who gave me a 'In Jacksonville Sunday afternoon to repair the damage done the Mrs U. A. Brown I' 71(1' u" ii"tl rbti.e" ttf buelnewM I. n. Ourrjnffe, (tie Defendant: < if I

    become mature and not aBe. ; F. E. i Mario Dyal spentSunday In town when Road 13 was cIiange&leaving !! Mills Laulstf Gay, spent a few 77 Central Avenue, [.ynn. Mama I! unknown: that her last cpi ''t' ;
    Uttle glimpse of the fine character I thuextl; thai there I. no parson T place of r"AI ld.nre known to Afflatt,
    Ruby's fun-loving Silver Springs. Hampton off the main I daysin LaCrosse with her mother In me Mla(* of l.1'trula. tho ....r.I -' wa II.vi tI... Flirrlila.; that al l'iit

    Marjorle underneath route several years ago. (net week. vlce of a mihooena ne mimmonfiupon endunt ia over the a.... of twenty.
    Thompson., whom would bind the ..aldtI..reol..nl ''one
    nature. hair brown tain brunette. la spite of set-backs ( fire and j Alvin demons of Jacksonville\ I nnd Inut It 1 la the beliefil person year In the and Htale that of there Florid*la. n.-

    Ruby had black half I, Her dislikes are "two-timers." otherwise) In recent year., If amp-1, wa a visitor here Monday.Mr. the affiant that the ...Id defendant vi., -. "! .ub..na upon whom wou'sep:
    "eyergoF and Is five ten and one he aei p of 21 year bind the .
    alit I ef. hint.
    eyes. and home economic.. ton .U still a good location for and Mrs. George Hazen i r IH I.Tf'rc..: .r oitnwuKi. :,>. IT IS HKKKJIY:! : n<
    OlintSRED: >t, '
    Inches tall. born In Lake Butler''I This young lady holds her own a town. and with a little boost I were visiting their children Mr. That the I edb!"';.' dnthe('han.la hereby,. (1.Woodbrldr. the Iiefendant. NVIIfo' R riurraru. ( ,

    She wan with male and female alike- such .s might be derived from aj ., be auk she 'la hereby i
    22 1922 but started I and Mm. Ivan Hazen at Raiford required to appear on or before appear t.. the bill at 2i.mplah
    on November would once again beCome the 3ril I day February 141 toanswer lied.. ,
    more power to .you. Ruby! new road Monday. bl'if In the above entitled caul
    'to school here with Miss lh. of complaint filed!
    It Is rumored around that when the thriving little com. I Mrs. Morgan Tilghman Mrs. In this cauee. otherwliifr. the alleaja- lain the Flalntlff eeka. In oh
    666 teacher. { a divorce from the
    ,' Ray as her first lots of fun.football she was small she would fight mnnlty that it was 13 years ago. Doris Layfield Joella Barry and tin will n.he of taken acid' bill of complaint Nellie. H. t'urrance, on I or>feiidan bet.,
    likes are Jokes aa confessed by laid Monda
    Her' and a cer- ,, like a cat. This was especially Well anyway. we are hoping Lnrena Polk were visitors to defendant.IT A. U., ,.mi.'he r.J day 01 F."rll"r'
    basketball j otherwlae
    uouInTAaEls.SALVI.NOSI DROPS I IT I true If someone happened! to make and if luck Is with us. we are Starke Monday I:* KIIIITIIRH OlinKTIRDI I lion. of 'he.aId bill the'will",-

    fun of her little pal who spoke willing to go to bat"and show the j: Mr and Mr. L. O. Hazen were a Thai week this for order four be coneeuullve published...once.k. 'a..n 1.r.nd..nl.. a. eonfy.,4 b.y the et..'-

    FUNERAL DIRECTOR with an accent. I'know you havean other towns of Bradford ..County'that In Gainesville, Sunday afternoon.The In the llradford County .TelearaphI, IT I? (that
    a newepaper of reneral circulation I Ipubllehrd this rdeV"Ii1Blu0"nRKKn

    b.p Ve' .r, Ezperiene Make It possible for Mr t" R nd r ] I still idea I If, but who- in her case pal you was don'tknow and tip-to-date we can little build town.a Wednesday P.-T in,A.this.meets> month.the You last Florida. In ilradford County 1 i In week the for Bradford Vnnr. ronerullre County wepk"" a.

    fFr1CJJlNT.: PROMPT: and COrnTEOrS:! SERVICEIODRRATR : PfOlperOUlf'j WITXP.AM my hand and the neat a newspaper of T.le.-raph,
    Florence M. -
    It In enarsl
    1 are asked to attend. I of thin Court at Htaike. Florida, puJblIsh.d. In .1'.1..1111..
    PUICESPeWITT We, the Seniors are. glad to ,AO legal blank. ; A new stove has been purchased thl. :2nd day of January, I'4I. lorIds, Iradto.rt C"unlY,

    Cl JONES have had her with us as she has notM. retain title note*, eariled for the auditorium at the I Clerk(O..IAI.IMrcull HEAL Court.) A. J. Thomae' rlorlda f'UN..1 thi AND, ORDF.R D .t Jilt.rk.,

    ,.tuk rtorkLi helped provide plenty of life in (n stock by the Bradford ec."ohl school house. HTfHKV MANN BAKTON- A. I' (sin. ah' day 01 December
    !' 'I.rahir.. .'IorldAII..rn...
    classes. tClFP'rC'J'L $8BAI.!;
    our Telcjrsp Mrs. Beulah Baxter Is spending for PlalntlTf. 1-1 tt 1-Jl C1.rk. A..1. Thomas '
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    Ir;, JAW 171941



    II SOCIETY and CLUBS 1- Recipes I Interesting Facts of People and Firms in jai--

    AnthonyWilliamHarry Mrs Williams! Entertains! Ladies AuxiliaryMet CHICKEN C.\TALIN.\

    Afternoon Club Tuesday AfternoonThe AND MRS. J. B. KEIM MANAGERS
    Mrs. W J Jr. contributes -
    both of hostess Ladles Auxiliary of the a recipe this week that
    and Mrs Sally Williams, Mrs B. L. Williams/ was JACKSONVILLE
    Starke, were married December Wednesday afternoon when the Presbyterian Church met Tuesday we know you'll be eager to try. ;221 HOGAN ST. FLA.

    : 22 by County Judge K. K. Per- entertained members of the after- evening at 7:30 o'clock at the If its as good as It sounds It(and for When we say that Health Spot latlon suffer with some kind of ant it is that every child.

    ryman. noon bridge club In her home on home of Mrs. O. E. Stansbury. we know It is) you'll save Shoes give absolute foot comfortwe foot ailments such as corns, bun- be properly fitted so that hoUJ

    Church Street at dessert bridge. with the vice president, Mrs. C. your "extra special" company. are saying something that ions, calluses, neuritis; neuralgia,' may never suffer the t,rf

    Pierce-Sapp MarriageMrs. Arrangements of narcissi and F Ward, In the chair. I Prepare 4 1-2 or S lb, hen (cut some people will not believe but Infections, blisters and skin abra- can so easily be avoided pain, I

    other early Spring flowers were Mrs. C: II. Allen Jed the devo- pieces aw for plleau) and boll never the less we are telling the sions. Many people believe that Health Spot shoes are

    Avy Lou Sapp of Miami used in decorating for this lovely tional service, basing her thoughtson gently with a pinch of saffron literal truth. Foot discomfort they are suffering with rheumatism cally built to support the IIClentlli toot J

    and ArUwr Pierce of Lawtey were' affair. appropriate Blblcal scriptures.The and, salt to taste. Cook until ten- always has a sure and certain and arthritis when the the natural and healthful I

    married ,Saturday night at 8 o Upon arrival the guests were program was Qn the sub- der. cause and nine times out of ten trouble Is due to feet out of balance Through research work in manna] !

    clock, the ceremony being per- served a tempting dessert course ject of China and was very ably Meanwhile fry two large on the remedy Is so simple and easyto In addition to these troubles own laboratories the manual)'

    formed by County Judge E. K. with hot coffee. handled by Mrs. Ward. ions and one, clove of garlic In the person that really knows confined to the feet themselves*, tuners have designed them to .:i

    Perryman In his home on Madteon" At the conclusion of the game Following the program?.a brief two cups of olive oil; drain and feet and shoes that It is a simple nerve Irritation 'due to pressureon fectly balance and support th pet,I

    Avenue. : Mrs. M. F Brown was presentedwith business meeting was conductedby fry In olive oil until brown. Drain matter to give relief. Give relief sensitive' nerves in the feet, body. So If you are having )

    The bride was dressed In AI a handsome pair of Iridescent Mrs. Ward. from oil. that is permanent and will helpto is reflexed and felt In remote trouble with your feet It wm III)

    UIIore4 4 ensemble of soldier bodice blue vases as her reward for making During the social hour the Use two cups of broth to one build back into 'your feet the parts of the body. you to go to the Health SPfr PI)

    fashioned with cloae-flttlnK high score. Mrs R. F. Demo- hostess served a tempting salad cup of, rice and cook as for pil- strong muscles: and healthy nerves Thousands of people trim corns Shoe Store and let Mr or 1I1'!

    and full sleeves Her accessories rest won the bingo game and received course with hot coffee. I eau. that will make walking a pleasureand and calluses and suffer agonies! Kelm show you what complete hj

    were of matching color. IIn appropriate gift. Immediately before serving add relieve many pains and aches with their feet when they might lief a... properly fitted poi| |

    The marriage wan witnessed by Those enjoying ,the afternoon New River W. M.\ U. strips of pimento and one small that we never dreamed were have relief with Health Spot Shoes will\ give Jf.
    complete a pairof
    a few relative and Intimatefrlen.I. with the hostess were: Mrs. W can of English peas. caused by our feet too. They are experts and will teaal

    *. J. Epperson, Jr., Mrs N. Steinberg Has All-Day MeetingThe According to health experts shoes properly built and fittedto to help you with your shoe prJ,
    I' will make seventy-five percent of our popu- their feet And} how Import- lems.
    Mr and Mrs Pierce t Mrs. H. C Rltch. Miss Quarterly Rally of the New I''' Civil Service Exams ,

    their home In Lawley, Madge Middleton, Mrs. Fred Guy, River W M. U. Association, held Jobs I .

    ''t Mrs. R F. Demorest, Mrs A Z, !I at the Staike Baptist Church last For Blanding I Scouts RewardedFor SKAGGS LANDSCAPE GARDENSG.

    Mr. and Mrs. Wasdin Adkins, Mrs W. B. Sewell, Mrs. Friday, was well attended and I Civil service examinations will

    I Celebrate 62nd::! AnniversaryMr. E L Dlggs, Mrs .J, T. Moore, members heard two excellent ad-' be held to fill five positions at Survey Work C. SKAGGS, PROPRIETOR

    Mrs M. F. Brown Mrs. K. G. I dresses, one In the morning by
    :I I In salary'
    Camp Blanding 70 met SERVICE
    H. D. Wasdin.' Klncaid, Mrs Boy Scout Troop AND
    and Mrs. Duncnn. Mis. W Chaplain T. C Holland of Camp;
    well-known Bradford County L. D, Vining;, Mrs J, W An- Blending, and one In the afternoon -I'I it from $1,200 announced to $1,860 this week.per year Applications -, the Legion Hall Monday night at NURSERY STOCK

    couple, celebrated their I 62nd Brews Jr., and Mrs. L.. F. Chap- by the Rev. A E, Lightfoot! was close February 3 7:30: o'clock. An interesting pro- 1087 WOLF ST. JACKSONVILLE
    Wedding Anniversary' on Sunday, man of the State Farm.. pastor of the church. j I gram had been arranged, but was \
    5 at their homo near '! The jobs to be filled are:, Skaggs'' Landscape Gardens in' and
    January Theme of the all-day meeting changed somewhat to allow time landscaping hat! given him a

    Grahnm.: Special Music ,was "Evangelism," and Chaplain I Junior englneman, steam-elec for a necessary "Euzzard Ceremony" Jacksonville are responsible fora leadership In this field.
    At noon a bountiful dinner tric $1,860 a year. great deal of the beautification ,. When It to
    At Methodist Church Holland gave a fascinating account (disciplinary rites administered comes the purcha
    several other truck driver, $1- of this whole section, not only the
    and Automobile
    with turkey of he
    I I the eight years spent by the Scoutmaster). of nursery stock, landscape
    kinds of meats, was served to the Mrs. A, Z. Adkins, director of conducting church work among 200 a year.Forelady, I private grounds and gardens but plani
    Jarge gathering of friends and relatives :the, Methodist Choir, has announced the Spanish-speaking peoples of of laundry depart- During the evening took a In very the public grounds and parks. They ing or any service along the*

    I! that special music will Cuba. At the afternoon session, ment, $1,320 a year., pleasant surprise place are expert landscape architectsand lines, he can safely be consult
    I form of prizes, by '
    those the (day at the eleven o'clock on the will plan and plant your And we advise our
    i Among enjoying be presented Mr. Lightfoot enlarged Foreman 0 f laundry depart- chants, for members. of the "Sewer readers n
    grounds in such a manner that as consider before
    with Mr. and Mrs. Wasdin were: j service Sunday morning. theme In'an entertaining manner. ment, (pressing)), $1,860 a year. Squad" who took the house-to-. placing their or
    the years go by they will grow in ders elsewhere. He is
    Uncle Tom Wasdin, who Is over Sam Barnes talented tenor The Devotional In the morning Foreman of laundry department house survey of the city last right hen
    and .
    beauty. and his
    + 89 years of age Mr and Mrs. W. soloist, formerly of Orlando will waa ducted by Mrs. S, E. (washing), $1,680 a year. week. Each boy received a gift. grace The landscape and business world reputation In the bushes
    T. Wasdin, Mr. and Mrs Wilbur I Ding "My Task" Mr Barnes Sparks and In the afternoon by Applications for' another position To the Troop as,a whole a three- requires considerable nursery capitalas behind as as a neighbor, ii
    will be accompanied by Mis. F. Mrs. Marvin. Hazen. Mrs. L. C. mach- everything that he sells
    and that of sewing stick of peppermint candywas
    Gunter and children, Dorothy power pound well-as a wide range of ability or service that he
    H Long, organist Powell made a gracious speech of seamstress), $840a In of the every ttndert
    } Buddie, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wax- ine operator ( given appreciation
    and Mr. Is If
    14 experience Skagg a order
    you a certain
    din and W H. Eddy and eons of, As a special anthem the choir welcome, and Mrs. J, M. Bradley I year, must be filed by Febru- efficient work accomplished. This practical nurseryman as well as get exactly what plant yn'

    Waldo, Mr. and Mrs. C. B Roberta will wing "I Have a Song," writ- gave the response. ary 11. will be divided at the, ,pext meet- being a wide reader of the best,i.is a place thai you you can order.be It

    Mr. and Mra, H. M. Wapdln ten by Benson. Applications must. be on Ing. '4 authorities on the subject and Is of and sun
    getting fresh
    4t, and children. Arnold, Mary Ellen Everyone: Is invited to attend Typewriter ribbons olr all kind* with the Manager, Fifth U. S.I I ''.It' an original and practical producer. nursery stock You dependaik will aii!.

    v Bobby and Julian, Mrs. C. Fogg this service., for sale at the Telegraph office. I Civil Service District, New This Skin Game O. K. I i Ha understands the conditionsof find Mr. Skagg very courteow

    &h and son, Jewett. and Louie Demp- -- office Building, Atlanta, Ga. the soil, proper location, cultivation and accommodating and
    sey, all of Graham; Mr. and Mrs. Further information may be The great variety of new busi- wlUlnj/
    I etc., and his knowledgeof to give you any Information thai
    D. Lk Durban and children Gracie 'Carolyn Calls et obtained at the Starke postofflce. nesses in Starke is only exceededby plant life, the nursery business you desire.ADAIR'S .
    ,Lee and Kvarts, Mrs. LlnnJe Mc- the frequency with which they

    and daughter. Florence, of to the Recently Al
    .1 Cully -- -- I JVilliams'Reappointed open public. HOUSE OF FLOWERS
    Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. L. R relation to Hal) madea
    ; Kemp (no
    Well, folks Seems that Dr. Middleton's Installed a gad-
    i+! Wasdin and children, Thoma Le- E. L. Williams, popular princ- tour of the business district,
    that's be MANAGER
    even the dear ole Telegraph has get gonna a great con- WALTER J. ADAIR, \
    Wanda and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. been taken over by the Army venience-If It doesn't scare some ipal of B. H. .S.,' has Just receivedhis distributing a card announcing:
    George Conway and little daughter re-appointment for the 1941- Th.. only legitimate skin game- "A COMPLETE FLORAL SERVICE FOR DISCRIMINATING I.
    t Went down to' turn In my copy of his patients out of seven years
    Millie Anna, of Palatka; Mrs. Tuesday night and found-not a growth! Those who ring his ,..42 term. When school is out the Tattooing. Beautiful patriotic de- PEOPLE"

    Everett Wasdin and little daughter sign of ye editor-but, better still, doorbell after bedtime now may I;.latter part of March, he will have signs In the akin! with best colors Store, 328 W. Forsyth St. Greenhouses 7700 St. Johns Avt

    of Atlanta Ga.; Mrs J. P. a handsome lieutenant' at every be surprised, and I might say I completed his' third I year In I used. Twenty-one years experience JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
    Roberts of Brooker MIMI Cola "
    typewriter In the place Gene even shocked, to hear a voiceapparently "":1 Starke. .
    Fogg of Thonotosassn Mr, and :: One of'the most pleasant services choice ,flowers-i-this floral establishment
    tells; me they were Hod ding Car- issuing from me door '
    Mra. Dewey Moran of Jackson ter and "Mac" McDavId, editors facing--Inquire, "Who is It? and performed in this section of ranks with the best 11
    I At You!
    Mr. and II. H. Here's Aiming ,
    vllle Mrs Thomasof I
    the state Is offered by Adalr's
    of The Dixie Hmmmm what do, you want?" ,. If the ( > cause they: are I 'fl ilsls who"aresure j
    Enrlton little Miss Womble- House of Flowers. make
    Wonder 'If'' they need a good<1 patient la still there by this.time, j They 'to
    of'Waldo. lathe |
    dorf rind Miss Lizzie up very beautiful corsages and express your message
    t'emale- gosslpecr I chances are that he's completely
    Clll of Patterson, Qa. \ ; designs and will be pleased to right manner
    The Modem Housewife: 'Steadof I forgotten what ails him, thereby
    I advise on what flowers to I
    scrubbln' her' kitchen floor, she effecting the quickest and most you They enjoy a high reputation

    W. S. C. S. To Meet scrubs her trailer top! economical cure on record I: ; k send for any occasion. for making: up floral design, cot[
    For every pel'llOn-and for any baskets and wreaths
    + sages inij
    Caught one In the act tother- dayIn If he's brave enough to stick t Y
    I The regular monthly business )I occasion-nothing quite hits the way that makes them stand out I
    front of Matilda Lee's house on around and, talk buck to the voice, weh '
    and program meeting of the Church Street he will discover that It's simply ', spot like flowers. The national prominently and catch the it[
    Woman's Society o f Christian 1 slogan "Say It With Flowers,". tentlon of all who see them,
    I kind of communication
    ,. Service of the Methodist Church Edna Halt vows she doesn'tknow I a two-way I y Is
    liesin therefore very appropriate, because I We are glad to refer them tol
    outfit which the doctor can a
    how it but she' by
    will be held afternoon at happened, \ thill
    Monday ; most any message, be it of our readers feeling confident !
    bed and on a conversa-
    wok mornln' with her carry j
    3:00: o'clock at the church.jorlr I bedroom up tother onl! That'sher tlon with someone downstairs ; congratulation, sympathy, good I here they will. receive servlwl
    I Ferrol e tl.A cheer or condolence, can best be. ; and flowers of the very finer!
    Looks to
    I good see
    I'm bettin' she
    wore story'em to bed on purpose to jniondle I ( ) Jones' back in town) w j) ''I'expressed, with flowers. 'I quality from people who are ret|

    keep' her tootsies warm Not ,I after her sojourn in Knoxvllle, and I tl When It comes to flowers ognlzed as experts

    ) MISS JJHSEo a bad Idea at that, Edna better still to learn that she's go- -, 9 u F

    Just heard a good one on B I In' to call Starke "home" again i BRAZIL'S: BODY AND PAINT SHOPJ.
    there's far more going
    Jacobs who with Mrs. J, recently Says
    tjJf ita wf OOB* I returned from a visit with son-in- I r on Knoxville here ,now and than she's there had was several In I j4'r I L. BRAZIL, PROPRIETOR I

    law and daughter, Bill and Lillian -
    very flatterln' offers in the entertainment -, EXPERT BODY AND ARTISTIC PAINT WORK
    SPECIALS Dobrow, in Pahokee In '
    preparation for the expected tea line at Camp Blan RIVERSIDE. & JACKSON ST. JACKSONVILLE, FLA\I

    and elsewhere The town I
    tive occasion, Bill had lined the !seems ding! much brighter with Ferrol'' 17Aw; Brazil's Body and Paint Shop work as he considers the goodwill
    with bit of and
    SPINACH SPECIAL! cupboard a this around .. Didn't realize howl I Is conveniently located and it will of his customers as among!
    a bit of that (all In liquid form
    much I'd miss her till she left his most,valued assets. No mil
    pay you to take your body workto
    of coul'llel) When Jackie, the wrecked .
    Box: cquili 2H Ib ter. how badly your car is
    hoa Dobrow He renders
    caught a a
    young completes
    22c if him lie
    mrk ipinnck'CUT IHoa,1 you take it to you
    glimpse of the bottled he A faithful I reader sent me a
    array e r v I Ice In the ,re-bulldlng of assured of expert and satlsfactoij
    shook his head and said, "But, :govt, postcard with the following I
    SPECIAL! ( morsel "Mr. wrecks, body and fender repairing service and at a reasonable price
    Jacobtun't t newsy :
    DII.ldy--even Grandpa
    CORN ,
    painting, upholstering and glass If Jt'Is painting, upholstering
    was. in Carpenter's eating yesterI -i
    drink all that!I" (,I replacement. I, fender straightening or any ear

    Lilc you ate boa 23c Note 1 In Passing: Everything I day. Fountalneer Sappo jokingly!! It's all in practice right now, but this 33 mm. ho,Mirer outfit Is Mr. Bryant employs only.skilled : vice that has to do, with bodies
    told him that if he ate the check
    ,on the farm ((13 o..) faster these days Even the I he would be exempt tom paying' I In dead earnest about picking out targets as the Infantry units at workmen who understand every I take it to this well known exp(t

    midnight show at the Ritz be. I for Ms lunch. Herbert, with one) I Camp Blending entered full swing into their training p.o&raci this detail of the work. When you and you will receive. fair and*
    gins at 11:30: now take and fender 'honest
    FISH DINNER FOR 4 swallowed the ) week. your body problems I treatment.
    big gulp, ,,check
    Well. I didn't actually see It ,to him. you are assured of I 'There Is, no problem In genera
    FLOUNDER! FILLETS *"'ntMS .with but I do hear leaving the breathless' Sappo holding War lasting satisfaction as -detail service that can' not *
    b. my own eyes the bag!" Well, of all Camouflage Important In every -, body
    I. tt'1that\ the folks rentln' the Is handled 'by an expert. I[: handled In his shop as he bJf
    the ails, at grandma used to sayHe '
    ASPARAGUS CUTSRASPBERRIES Matthews Lake I The business! Is under the direct ,complete facilities end equips'
    ,.1?: ,) place on Ktngsley may be Dink Hart to : 1
    80cfrtn 1 have pitched a tent In one of the.' management of .J, L. Brazil to handle every detail of body i It
    you, but from now on Us Sandy '
    (1U".'..) ,' huge bedrooms! Before you MacHart to me .1IJJ1IA7 ? and he takes a real pride In his building.
    jump to conclu lon .
    any regard -
    .. .. I Hear the Haynes' roomers had ii .
    vlll r.d.M.d( /Ai/);/ss utirlrj heir sanity, let me hasten to explain --
    1gool time tother night flllln'In
    I i The house', being large when' Hope entertained' her hen
    and Is hard to heat '
    bridge" club members Ju-
    VALUE! BIRDS CHOPPED STEAK The enters owned, a tent so the Flynn's new fur coat or Lonz'eFlynn't DR. L. L. COPELAND OptometristEYES
    of the house had the
    lady. bright new fur coat or Lons,le r.
    'rM' Idea I of setting It up, putting a Alvarez' new gold badge
    email oil heater Inside and there '
    Such .
    DtRDS. EYE y thev sit. all cozy and warm till One of the merriest! mlx-uptf EXAMINED, CLASSES FITTED

    bedtime'! And some folks
    to the b
    yet come out of room rent
    think: men have all the bruins!
    In' situation took place at Warren ''a.
    48 W. Forsyth Street Jacksonvll'e!;:
    and Ruby Mae Perkins' home
    A. M. Darby'sIfiono Things" I never thought I'd live tattler night Seems they hudunejtpoctnl -
    to see: J, C. Manning: In Leila
    : company (gala and
    77 gi'ttli' a manicure from daughter tucked them snugly; in the
    Starkp. 1'la. .away
    Pcarle'! Now don't deny it,
    room of their roomers (male), ,
    _>a- '---T' W1Vhl' Mr. M I have proof! I I who were away for the week-end! 4 DON'T DRIVE YOUR CAR OR TRUCK

    (-__. ._-,!!....",,!*""",..........tiCI'"..'.".....,FLinltlAa}.....".."'"'..'';.J''fi............".'.,..............,.......'.IYUJ.u\J\............'........."""."...\"..,.".".............. About three o'clock Sunday
    morning Warren and Ruby Mae I

    11' \ BENSUSLOWMILITARY aV' were awakened by their panicky WITHOUT LIABILITY INSURANCE

    r guests who gasped that the men

    V' ,) : SUPPLIES J AND NOVELTIES had returned unexpectedly and

    claimed their room! Sounds: YOUR MOST IMPORTANT PROTECTION -
    An lWOOl.. LUMUER JACKETS; $2.50 I like a stage play, doesn't It?

    ARMY \\OOL PANTS ___ 2.50 But wa n't funny at all to the

    ARMY WOOL SHIRTS __ _____. $2.00 perplexed, host and hostess Better Call Us Today For Rates
    GOOD; RUKltER HOOTS $2.00 i To make matters worse, the girls

    GUARANTEED: REIIUILT ARMY SHOES $2.00 dashed out, leaving their belongings

    I RAIN COATS S2.00 f in the room and the mendlrtn't
    SPECIAI-complete outfit khaki pants and shirt $2.00 2 next afternoon choose to! .get. up until the

    t Well If you hear of a tc

    better one, let men know i HAROLD C WALL AgencyPhone
    t "The Army Store Until then, eo> lorg till next week The Idea la to see the enemy and not have him to'see you. The I ,

    I. And don't forget the Birth- two soldiers above, armed with automatic rifles show how Its don i' 46 DID'r
    | .. Jos. E. Wilson
    09 E. Call Street Starke, Fla. day Ball with the aid of palmettos and brush piles on the Camp Blanding''

    nur.XJlXGl soaaaicgxa 3tB3csasK83CR> aargxfe IfRTt: I I __ Carolyn. reservation. j i ,, !i.th"1- :". ,



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    JAN I 71941 ( \

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    JANtr.iUY 17. 1941 I


    -- __. __ Camp At Rotary II .,1'
    -fr, and Mrs. W. II. Hart were Miss Betty Burton of Rome Mrs W. :M Jackson Mrs. H. F. J. Keis. partner la the firm <<

    ling relatives In Jacksonville Ga., Is the guest of her brother- Mason Smith, Mrs. Hansbrough, of Solomon & Kels.: constructing |I .. ;

    day in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs Joe Savarese, all of engineers at Camp Blanding gave!' I ,

    i Sam Anderson, Tampa were guests Saturday of some Interesting sidelights on the ]I 4" .:
    Mr. and Mrs S.raeon Phillips Mia. J. W Kincaid. huge training center In a \

    jilt Saturday morning In Jack- Miss Kitty Hogsed of Jacksonville talk before the Rotary Club here' .. .. r $'

    iville.Mrs. will spend<< the week-end MIIIK Marlon Wednesday.Mr. ...t. .
    Dowling, stu-
    I here with her mother, Mrs. W. B a .. (11', ,..
    dent nurse at Riverside Kels stated that the camp, ...
    K. O. Duncan and Mm. i Parka and Dr. Parks. Hospitalin I. .' ... ... .. ,
    Jacksonville, was the guest originally planned to accommodate ,.., > "
    JD. Vinlng spent Tuesday In I ... t '.J',
    ( 40,000 in '
    Saturday of her parents, Mr. and troops, now being .
    nesvIlle, Miss Amelia Ray Mra. E. J, Dowling. enlarged to take care of at least '.\ ,
    will be glad. to learn that she Is 31,000. "There 'are rumors every >,
    1. T. Osteen of Brooker spent recuperating at her. home after day of even further "
    with Mr. and Mrs. being ill for William Duncan left Wednesday
    |sday here some time. Mr. Keis
    afternoon for stated "but no definite
    Barefoot. Springfield, Mo., "
    Mrs. W H. Nollman of Sebring because of' the seilous Illness of orders as yet.

    ,?. Sistrunk Is In Atlanta, Ga., arrived here Wednesday and will his grandmother Mrs. W. B. Dun Unless further expansion Is Lj 31

    week attending a meeting of spend'! a week in Starke looking can. authorized Camp Blanding under I ))1t
    present plans should be
    after com
    Eina feed dealers. property Interests.
    Mrs. J, M. Brownies Mrs. S. E, plete around, the first of March. _
    i. Mrs. Jessie) Sparks and Mrs. R. Mr Kets said. This Is the date
    f1'll. W. B. Mundy and Mitts Mae Clifford and A. Thomas
    ,Mrs. Effie were among those tentatively set for the 43iU DIvisIon
    nab Swindall spent WeJnes- Eason of Jacksonvillewere attending the
    State from New England<<1 to move
    in Jacksonville. guests last week-end of Mr Baptist Convention in
    and Mrs. Warren Perkini Gainesville Wednesday. I in.

    lapt, S. A. Bryan left yester- I The meeting this week was ,
    Walter Mrs. J. D. Clark of held in the school cafeteria, butIt : ,. t
    | for a visit with relatives in Stroman of Jacksonvillewas Plant City .' ray. ,
    [tow and Tampa the guest Monday of his has accepted a position In the office was announced that meetings ..' ;' : i ''. A'f' I

    grandmother, Mrs. W. S. Stro-' of Dr. J. W Brownlee. While would be resumed the Woman's "... ""'.. ',wi );\

    Lisa Ethel Ricks of Highlandthe man, and Mrs. S. S. Dowling. here she is making her home with Club building beginning next : ,''., :.,.' .. ,. 1 ''

    guest Wednesday of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling. week. ,, \..'... ... '.. :- ,

    Mrs. Nelson T. Green. Friends of Mrs. E. M. Thomas 'i.( ,,, .
    will be glad to learn that she Is Mr. and Mrs J. K.: Thomas and Chaplain To Speak ,< .. ..'r' ,: q > ,'' > \,, ,
    llr. daughter, Joan of '; / ''t' 'e\!, o; .,: ..
    and Mrs. K. L. Williams recuperating after being confinedto Crescent City, \
    .. ";
    \ ...' .'t'f: * were Allan H. Brown of
    [fumlly were visiting relatives her home because of illness. guests Sunday of Mr. Chaplain \', >, "/\ ',....;.
    piston( Sunday afternoon. Thomas' mother Mrf. E. M Camp Blanding will be guest ,,'";.I. ,,...._-r ..' "/' ,
    I Mr. and Mrs. Leo S. Solari and Thomas, and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. speaker at the Pre shy t erlan ,>'it'',, ..1,(:.'., '- "......... ,.,-'" ,;
    Mrs. J. T. Moore and son I Harry J. Sayle were guests Sat- Wilkinson. Church next Sunday morning at '
    lige, and Mrs. Vera Rabornt urday evening of Mr. and Mrs. 11 o'clock. He Is senior chaplainat If those bundles' of sticks in the picture above were really an enemy the boys might thrust those f

    last week-end In Plant City. Joseph McGrath in Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Williams the camp and comet here from bayonets a little more vigorously, but this Is realistic: enough to get the Idea. '
    will spend Friday night and Saturday the Prospect Presbyterian Churchin 7t

    JTias Alma Murrhee of Galnea- Mrs. H. L Brownlee and daughter in Atlanta Ga.. as guestsof Ashtabula. Ohio. The Rev. ..... '.1.
    was visiting her father Madge and Mrs. Clifton Mrs. Williams' brotherinlawand Chas H. Allen pastor of the Murder At Kingslcy I --.U. > -- -

    hur Murrhee, over the week- Brown and daughter. Marion, !!sister Mr': and Mrs W. B. church stated: "We are delightedto THE FOLLOWING
    Rumors of murder In the gold,
    spent Saturday in Jacksonville. Brantley. have Chaplain Brown with us 1 i
    and want him to know that we rush settlement around Camp

    M. Slstiunk spent last week Friends of Mrs F. F. Flume Harold Sayle of White Pia Inn. are willing and eager to assist -Handing[ have been frequent, but'It Starke Merchants I rf r rAre

    [Tallahassee whit,; his grand- will be glad to learn that she Is N. Y.. arrived Thursday to upend him in any way possible to care remained for John H. Morris

    (rlren, Mr. and Mrs. Merrillh. Improving after being; confined to some time here. He will be con- for the great responsibility whichhe Df Cairo Ga., to be the I ItStrawberry '
    nected with his father finds to be his" among Participating In
    her home several weeks becauseof Harry J. e' I
    :Illness.Mrs. Sayle,. who is electrical, engineer first authentic vlctlmn. His body I'

    Irs. Ernest Green of Ocalat for Starrett Brothers and Ekenat If Missed, Get Card kvas found dead early Sunday

    the week-end here with Mr. C. C. Mendoza and son, Camp Blanding.:"" morning: at Strickland's landing Queen
    Vn. who Is employed at Camp Cliff of Jacksonville spent Wed- If there are any homeownersin where a number of workers are i i
    ding. nesday afternoon here with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Fitzgeraldof Starke or immediate vicinity; camped: in trailers and tents, He

    Mendoza's parent. Mr. and Mrs. Tampa were guests this weekof who were missed by the Boy was/ apparently killed by blows
    fr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks of T. J. Griffin. Mrs. Fitzgerald's soninlawand Scouts in the survey last week, bout the head and It la believed
    ker are now .making their daughter Mr. and Mrs.. M. hey are asked to call at the hat robbery waa the motive.With Contest (
    : F. Brown. Mrs Chamber of Commerce office and
    e at their cottage on Santa Miss Frances Opperman of Fitzgerald remained -
    ke. Grand Rapids, Mich., Is spending for a longer visit with fill out a,survey card. It ia very News Company It'' '
    I several months here with her Mr. and Mrs. Brown. Important to the future, of Starke AND GIVE VOTES !"
    that the information contained on William (Bill) Plummer'of
    he Rev. and Mrs. A. E.
    uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. P,
    ktfoot attended the State Bap- M. Barefoot.. Mrs. Boyd Hollowav has recovered theRe cards be as complete as pos Ljiwtey: has accepted a position IKOCH'S ,
    Convention held In Gaines- from a recent Illness and sible. lere with the Bradford<<1 News

    this week. Mrs. Lightfoot has returned from a visit.with her Agency, a magazine distributing DRUG STORE ";
    cretary of the state organlza Mrs E. R. Marshburn and father J. P, Strickland in Macon. RISING agency, having a n office, on, '

    daughter, Mona Claire, of Talla- Ga. She wall accompanied backto By Mrs II. H. Lewis Madison Avenue just went of the MA YES RADIO ''SERVICE : ;;
    hassee were recent guests of Starke by her sister, Mildred Shell; bulk station: I

    flEE-MINUTE RELIEF Mrs. Marshburn's mother, Mra. Ann Strickland who has entered Mr. and Mrs. Frank lUre and II I RITZ CAFE '

    I G., W. Alderman. I B. H. S.Mrs. I little son. Bobble of Tampa were -- "-imii: .. ," j
    hree minutes after you take visiting Mr. and Mrs. H H. Lewis STERN'S GARAGE
    a-Rex to relieve acld-indlge Friends: of Mr and Mrs. O. L. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs recently. W. K. CHANDLER

    you will feel better. Bisma- Beasley will be glad to learn thatthey T. T. Long and son. Tom. left Frank Davis of Jacksonvillewas I '

    J goea:Jo .work! .promptly.antl are recovering after being Wednesday for Albany and<<1 visiting Mr. anil Mrs Bishop EXPERT : ALEXANDER'SALVAREZ' .

    *Is.. right on working for prod 111 some time In 'a Tampa hos- Baronton./ Ga., where they will Thomas Monday WATCH HEI'AIIIINGWATCHES I ,
    relief. Bisma-Rex: acts pital and that Mr Beasley was visit their brother-in-law and slater 1,' ",
    I Elder and Mrs. W. K. Hall r rBARKSDALE'S
    ways to relieve acid-indlges- able to return to his home here Dr and Mra' D. C. Fore of RINGS I
    I Green Cove Springs were vl U-
    Buy a bottle of SO doses Mrs. is recuperating hand. and JEWELRYIn
    Thura-lay.: Beasley their mother, Mrs. W. Ing the bed! side of! Mrs. H. H.
    pOc at the Rexall Drug Store. at. the home of her T. Jackson. i -
    | Lewis Sunday r' I j
    rpenter', Drug Store in parent, Mr. and Mrs A. C. Dur- White's Store ,s CANOVA PHARMACY
    Ike. I Mr. and Mrs. Nelson. Hitch of .
    I den In Tampa. I Mrs. H. L.. Brownleo. Mrs. T'I j I
    Starke vIKltlng'.Mr and Mrs : Call Street
    were <<
    K. McClane, Jr.. Mrs. Ralph Al-l
    --.---- M.__ _____ -_ .. I varez Mr. and Mis. Rnnls,. Mr. I Conner Wednesday it( I STAUKE FLORIDA Ii r BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.
    and Mrs S. E. Sparks, Mrs. T. B. Miss Etna Conner of Gum

    SEZ Harding and Mrs. R. A, Thomas Branch spent Sund y'with .Mlsa\ _....- -.. -I A. M. DARBY'SSTERNBERG'S "

    NAT : were among those attending<< the Irene Lewis. ,. .
    Knptlitt State Convention in Robert Harris spent Sunday in .
    Gainesville Tuesday Jacksonville. j Beware Coughs
    If any of you folk know of a '
    1''; 't 't' /J good parking place in Sturke, I Mr. and Mrs.ytaarl, Padgett j
    l t'! rf"t wltdi you would put me wiwe.Each Mrs. W.. Q. D.'wlln and Mrs spent a, few days })tn Plant City from common colds
    :tv day I drive down town It K. 1,. MIddleton. of Jacksonville recently with) friend and rela I COCA-COLA '

    y gets'just a little bit worst I had accompanied by Mrs. Mae Jonesof tives.Mr. < That Hang On I VOTE BOTTLE.

    a good pluce right buck of the Washington., D. C.. were and Mrs 'W| C Conner ''
    Creomulslon relieves promptly because -
    guests Wednesday of Dr and CAPS AT CONTEST OFFICE'r
    store but. can't get It anymore; << I I were visiting Mr.. and Mrs. Char- it goes right to the seat of the
    unl I down before Mrs. W, E. Middleton. Mrs: Jones trouble to loosen and expel
    fict get nun up ley Phillips of PI ITLevel Men- help
    and that' Just a little too early remained with DJ'1; and Mrs. MId day. j;; germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto ((25 Votes .Each) #
    dleton until loda S soothe and heal raw. tender In-
    for a man who 1 goes to bed when Thomas spent Ine week-/ bronchial -
    \. I Bishop /I turned, mucous membranes
    the chickens get up. end with hIs parentsi :Mr. and Tell your druggist to sell you t
    Mrs' A. M. tterby spent several ", a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding .'
    Mri. Bob
    days In Gainesville this week I you must like the way it
    with her son-in-law and daughter Lucian the Christmas Conner of' Oxford, with Ga., quickly allays the cough or you areItCREOMULSION Watch This Space For Additional NamesOf
    Mr. and Mrs DeWitt C. Jones, spent
    and another daughter, Mrs. C. his parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Leon I Additional Cooperating, Merchants

    W. Chalker. While there Mrs. Conner. for Couch.Chest Colds.Bronchitis t
    Daroy attended the State Bap- Mr and Mrs. JUke McRae: of Y
    tist Convention. Crosby Lake were! visiting Mr. ,
    and Mrs. Walter Underbill re- ''Looking For Something?

    Miss Bonnie Lou Parks of Atlanta cently. I

    Ga., who has been the guesta family. Mr. Crotty Id cornected I! Whether You Are New In Bradford County Or Have Lived
    week of her
    I few days this with a restaurant concession'! ate' Here All Your Life Whether You Want To Buy Or
    father, Dr. W. B. Parks and Mrs.
    Parks left Tuesday for' a vaca- Camp Blanding and formerly lived I Sell You Will Find This Classified J Directory A Great t

    tion In Miami before returning hi Jacksonville. Convenience, And An Easy Way To Communicate With 1

    I to her home. She was accompanied -, Thousands Of Other Telegraph Headers I
    M an fur aa Jacksonville\ by Epidemic '4'Cold 'f I
    Mrs. Parks. Symptoms

    i G. S. Crotty and family have t'I Will l.pjl.1\ or flb8 Thtets with 11081 AUTOMOBILESPAKTS FUEL OIL I RADIOSi

    moved into the AdkIns' rental Salve or 68 Nose Drops genorallV! I K K K I* i .
    house which was recently vacatedby I tellrves coil "yntjtorrltho first Tires, HcbulltCMKTIltOn ;g' WAiIM ,%IR Work Hone At loU\It'PIiC

    Sheriff, A. O. Andrea and flay. -,\,Iv.I AutO furi And Tn.< Ioo In AnyJIA.SKI.'S tJ (@ 'INTER New r.uJIo On JU..play. .

    ,,'on.l.tllI'l. IIEVT UI 'JI Oil.STA MAVi: $. IIASIO HKSVICBISUrke vt
    I I : Whisky: Cause Moat: Arrests : \t'T//') I'\nf r-:tnnp 't3 f'b. It 0 +4

    I AB C'iy's Docket Increases 100 Percent"This Just North of Town On Ktaut 13lZ6 I :.nAmi on ('0. 13. .

    I Survey of the Mayor's docket at 1 was enough to pay the en- I GAS I TYPEWRITERS

    the elose of the year revealed a tire pol'ee force nil court costs .

    j one hu-dre4 percent Increase In I the prisoners' lif'aid till Il.1d! leaven ARMY GOODS ,\Lf4 AI'I'MANC' For llonwr Kenilngton portables .II cnny
    number of arrests made In the balance of t*>. tie said A.M l OfriT. Sto .
    I I the M. heaters ternui. $:> down l i W f samonth>>.
    I city of Starke during 1940 118 'utf'r Ut'1ttfl', .:t". H tMoe- I'rlcen slut at $10.73.--IIra.
    compared with the preceedlng i I v n'rrr. ;UII.IJ'\RV! SUPPLIES! and thin nuarnnl4'f"J. ford 6t
    BftAtFr Lta < fit'S-TT t>>r.ORII..>AMvt'xrtv Comity Telegraph.USED .
    I months The figures were: 1930. is. ,M4i rtnrltif for all branches vII OAINi.:s'ILI.rI G.'S CO.
    282. JIO"i'B! 14 HnitKHY:: OIVKNthul the sett'l'e. HHV" SISIA; )\\',
    131 WO -
    : ,. Hwcllon, ft of ; 073 !So. Viriclnla ,.ttrnueGafne.ttlze
    Except for the Influx of people Art 01 1'7. kn.." n as the Miirphr .
    into the community as a resultof i Aft, the fi.IlcwlriK drlt. lands. I -n.-7 4ll 4
    Camp BlandIng, chances are' In fr* lf"r l C'...."' 1)0 tnorlrt' will HEATING FOR tai:: CEST Vital Cats
    b *ffrr that the city's arrests would have I been about the same for only 104 bidder. .UhJe.-t I.. Ih. rluhl of. the Kiii: W.tKM TTilnintni K.Tnuma. at Dow ntntva Vld-.
    I Tru'ti>.. II f thf f"t.t'fI.1 Imp,"""- : i/arbera With A : : Oil-lturH'
    case had been docketed during I II pad all/ WANING-Eight gt.IKEI mot;" Co.. 1233: Male
    mtnt Fund t.>_ r-J rt May I St."hone
    of ,the At Your Serf Ice. Sltowrr.GUIh log IIr,,frr. ('If l->
    I the first three-quarters ,, htda' at the r "urlh"uae h"wlnnmtr in. ononIral 50X37. JatkonvlIr'Flu.
    year. Then business began to I'I"t 10:0,* oi' luck A.. M on the,! lOlh, .\ !Specialty. llentt.! Also j elrt
    MANSCO SHIRTS & day of February A. 1> Hit! -
    pick up and 178 cases were docketed i meat fnr rn*.l "Ilh-pl-w.! 109 TUit":.: rRIEMM:' U.\IWF.I i tor''. Vay On Ka.y TortiiH.i 1-14-11 1'1.WATCHES .
    I during the last quarter.As \ t*-t wide, "".III b. r...-rvrrt from ) A i: n v jiISIarkf' t
    SHORTSMade any porr.l *hr...11,," wrhlclJ th"r. I. Can st. snoi 1-6
    usual, liquor was the root ,. ': .t'atingrae' ...'..of. I ('1..j 12-6
    :: Shirt Co. '
    Dy Manhattan I 'w'(, of *f5'' "f HWVk if NW",,
    evil In around CO
    of all percent 'I'"q .
    'Wtlon t )|. n hlp fouth
    50c EachiSTERNBERG'S of cases and the charge of Ala">. :21 East, S AT... BEAUTY PARLORS' INSURANCE
    : te4.tn I A"'e I in HW, 'wr err NK'Ifo of '
    all the rest.A l
    ,. drunkenness j I flW<4 "f :?4w11, .Ho-tlan. *.. Town- IF.IMIK U'ork'Inl A Quay.Claire .
    total of $792 In coats waV' .h'p' 7 a"ntb. na".. :U Paxr' SfECIAIJ--At-No SacrificeIn IVHURANCK A I. I. FOJt.MSIlaoM M NatKf/vrtlon. New
    A.I II
    collected: by the 'city during the i, TRrlsTF.Ea OF THPJ..' INTBHNAt.IMHHOVEMKNT Quality 0 r ..n-lee C. Wall Agency. Constant line of Elgin and 1lulovs., '
    .IIU1' THE WatC'lIeoe julia re HvmL.
    month of December Mayor N D. MT/tTR (>F PIXR1DA, i LEILA' BEAUTY fI UJS wn"C'e O\f'r 311 yeara.i J. II.
    Ily A. J T'ttomaB. Trust,.. COVRTMANCHStark
    Wainwright Jr., stated yesterday., I. &. Fund Bradford Arcnt County Call Street 12-0)) 1'lcajke phone J 16.. *, FJa. 12-.

    --.---. --- -- --:- T171941 :-;-;. .. .. ,
    ; ---- -.--. ,. : ,'" '' -.. ."" '' "' ... !r '' Jo... ''l"fI"! ","

    !1 JAN 1 .

    iF P'Rr: Sl -- -- 19&1

    II Interesting Facts Of People -And Business Firms In Jacksonvi ;


    II, Flossye Koffe PROPRIETORS Olivia Coleman II. GODWIN, MANAGER



    Floasye Roffe, Incorporated and plete costumes and will\ choose tn g carefully selected clothes, and hasn't an ordinary or commonplace UPHOLSTERING AND RUG CLEANING S

    Olivla'8 In Jacksonville has become and blend an entire wardrobe for they find that the garment that garment in either shop. 381 PARK STREET Phone 58481 JACKSONVILLE, FLA
    the Mecca for women from you that will not only be smart in well designed and made may be You will find garments for any

    all over this part of the state who but will\ be as becoming ae though no more expensive than one that hour of the day and for all types For many years J. H. Godwin display a complete assortment for I the inexpensive printed

    smart and individual It were all designed for you.' just misses being right and this of person, play and sport things" ,, has been in the mattress businessand your inspection 'and Immediate the imported panel goods,Cottons t ll(

    clothing.appreciate Every garment Is BO'I Every dress or suit in their shop Is the place a style expert can be lovely afternoon evening and dinner has acquired a knowledge and delivery at prices that* mean a tufting Is band done and 1'he

    carefully selected and the collections -', can be matched with coat anj accessories -II of real service! to her customers.It gowns as well as accessories. : skill that has caused him to be great saving; to the customer. a bit more expensive to the whUI
    are so complete that any't that will blend and harmonize takes some one who really From a lovely trifle of costume recognized as an authority In his' Coming' direct from the factory tory the customer I. *

    woman may be completely Into a perfect whole. Their knows to be able to choose unerringly jewelry to a complete wardrobeyou line of work. He has a plant to the customer the saving Is a a more firm and _perfect aSSUred or

    dres el. I I I I I customers realize that thIs\ one the garment that \is styled will find these grand placesto equipped to make the very best splendid one as well as the large Many Bradford county result\

    Miss| Roffe and Miss Coleman''of the most Important services right In perfect taste. Miss shop. in mattresses and springs. His selection of material and weights. have been patrons of the J eopll

    I have had year.' training and experience that they render for who hasn't Coleman makes frequent trips to If you don't already know felting machine is one of the finest They manufacture a completeline Service Mattress COmpany Quick

    in the bualneaa of buying I I(I bought a lovely frock and then New York to select merchandise Flossye Roffe, Inc., and Olivias' it In thin part of the state and of Innerspring mattresses and are enthusiastic In their V.L
    combinedwith 'found It impossible to find just Is completely equipped with tho are prepared to Jake your, old Their service .
    and thin
    mart clothing as well a* maintaining a buying is time you find them out and all this
    J I .
    their own exquisite taste,I! the things that would be perfect : very latest type mattress mach mattress and convert It into a ton and their pick lie(
    office there to send what Is enjoy their smart and beautiful up and
    hall made them rare Judges'' 01'I,I with It.Every. inery.The modern inner-spring one. They livery Is a great d60
    "Ktyle line and color. They make j I day more women are needed between her trips. She, clothes as well as the splendid Quick Service Mattress carry in stock a large selection Is, a pleasure In this Issue to'la n

    t" a apeclalty of assembling com- realizing the Importance buy- buys from the very best houses : service. Company manufacture a completeline of material for mattresses and our readers of this company t
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    of mattresses and have on box spring coverings ranging from recommend them to ani




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    In this entire part of the state I They are fully prepared for the people. For fifty years the HARPER Harper College'" in Rochester, New will know just what to

    532 West Forsyth Street there l Is not an establishment that distribution of hampers, crates, / They offer the best service in METHOD of scientific care of the York. you to make your hair do for

    h JACKSONVILLE, F1A.li surpass that of this well-known, etc.They containers of all kinds and these hair, skin, nails .and hands has Each year more women realize crowning glory. Remember really your
    concern in point of the diversity I are courteous and accommodating -I ate furnished on a minute's that In Harper Method they they are also finger thai
    and Company'sretail been wave
    Roebuck accepted
    { Sears JackHonvlllo, needs of containers carried! for our fruit and! will be pleased to 'notice so that there is no delay by discriminating receive the most up-to-date as hair style experts and can and
    store. reuldents of and vegetable farmers. Since demonstrate to any one who desires for people using their lines. Men woman, in this and foreign countries well as the most-proven service a hair-do for you that will create
    Introduction to
    no Its location 'they have been In business they to drop In just what a real [are In charge of the service who as the very bestito be had. and advice in the care of their you your loveliest self. make
    this section. : have built a wonderfully large saving they can make. I are thoroughly familiar with all Mothers have carried,. daughters hair and skin as well as the fin- help and advice In the Their
    there it hoe been a shopping center -,
    l for residents of this territory. trade from this and adjoining Julius Levin has witnessed the and are ready to give any adviceor to their local Harper'Method operators I est preparations to use at home I your skin will be just as care benefi.of

    Rural residents find It pnrtlcu- counties and it Is safe to assert wonderful changes that have come receive any suggestions. for their first care of hair in supplementing the shop treat-, clal, and you can trust them
    that their name and business Is about in farming methods. They and akin confident that the same ments. these with
    larly convenient to shop here See Julius Levin when you need I Important phases of
    probably as well known among : have kept right ahead of the I method that kept their hair'and Having 'a .scientific knowledgeof personal your
    tfr Klnca their slock mich hampers, crates, boxes grooming with the
    t the farmers of thls'scctlon of the times and have Introduced to' the or bags skin young and lovely ,since their hair the Harper operator la ranee that is.
    1 a large number of complete lines.and state as that of any other similar people of this. section of the state 'and you will be delighted with the own girlhood would safeguard thechild's. able to give you the best kind ota beat to be had.you Their are getting the
    of Sears Roebuck
    The heads service
    ; i,,
    who nstabllnhment in the nearby towns savings that have made for the saving that you make and the ., Harper Method was permanent wave as well as care cludes scientific In
    business people shampoos
    Company are ,
    m realize that profits are to be made and cities. betterment and prosperity of the service that you get. founded tific by a woman with, a scien- for your hair both before and treatments, permanent and finger scalp,
    knowledge of the hair and
    after In the
    from a rapid turnover They offer manner that will waving; marcelling, facials
    Roods at low prices because GOSSARD CORSET AND LINGERIE SHOP skin' and on the. principle that make it the greatest joy to' you. manicuring. It Is. a real pleasure

    they buy In Immense quantities atj health majtes, for real beauty and With hats that 'are so hair-re to recommend this shop and method
    BESSIE has stood the test for -
    PROPRIETOR fifty
    ( Jtj somel, years. vealing the health and beauty of to the women of this
    r. .the gwest market prices! } ?. vicinity
    Mr. and
    FOUNDATION GARMENTS Mrs. Dubey are the the .
    LINGERIE hair is :
    Instances buying entire factory} SURGICAL BELTS all-Important this 'with the assurance that any Mrvice .-
    nlllnul._ Their larire sales make I 210 W. MONROE\ STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLA. authorized and representatives in this year and you may be sure that advice or product will give
    vicinity are graduates of the the
    Dubeys and their assistants
    tpIble for them to cell at]I
    A great mAny woiAen In this and many styles for the average ally advertised manufacturer and .
    small profit. Thin store 'lias the section of the state, know of this figure, substantial, well tailored sold at a nationally advertised HASKINS AUTO PARTS COMPANY .

    reputation for superior merchan-'delightful shop for they depend on 1 garments" for the heavy figure and price. You do not pay one cent

    dise and excellent service that l Is It for all of their foundation garments surgical garments for men women more for any,garment here where P. H. HASKINS MANAGER
    4t responsible for Its growing Inalats patron-that I but if you do* not we cer- and children. Second, expert fitters you have the advantage of a large Used Automobiles At Real Savings For Cash
    age. The management tRiply want to tell you of It, It graduate corsetlers who can selection of models and expert fitting
    .I every purchase be RiitUfactory! In one of the most attractive and fit any figure with the garment and alterations than USED PARTS USED TIRES-

    and stands ready to replace any I conveniently equipped foundation that will be the most comfortableand would for that same garment you In CASH FOR LATE MODEL BURNED OR WRECKED CARS

    article or refund the money on garment shops in the state. The I will make that figure the some store where your selectionwas 3225 WEST BEAVER STREET JACKSONVILLE.. FLA. I
    that uji-
    any purchase proves ---
    dlaplnys are attractive and the most perfect. They have the -
    more limited and had '
    $ satlsfactory.Lawtey fitting rooms are planned for the ,I equipment to do any needed alteration to be your own fitter. you P. H. Haskins.has' splendid I thing 'In the way of used automobile ., and are sold at prices that !rep-1

    comfort and convenience of the as perfectly as It Is done So it is no wonder that ''more values in Used automobiles and and truck parts which can!' resent, a real. saving to the cm-)
    : .
    Methodist patron. i at_ the factory. The fitting of women each day are depending on many people,in this section have mean only,one thing-a reaj! 'saY" -.I tome) !" .
    There three other 'featuresthat the surgical for I found that they could, make real Ing. -| .'" Remember Haskins I IPa
    The Rev. H. C. Hnrdln district are garments support I them for corsets, girdles, foundaI that., Auto
    superintendent of the Metrioillat appeal tu the discriminating i of any abnormal condition beforeor I lion garments of all kinds and 'savings. by buying from him for This economy Is made possible:I I rts'ij Company have all of the!

    Church will conduct ser- woman. first, the complete slock. after an operation Is done by j brassieres. In so doing they are : cash. Mr. Hawkins! knows automobiles -:I for us because we, don't have to part t! $> that you will need to put [

    ivices at the Lawtey Methodist They have u garment to fit every a graduate of the company that i 1uat using good common sense and knq.ws.how'\ to buy I pay' the price ot.ai.new part We l.yo ,rJat' In cprvrlltkwi: I .and at

    Church, Sunday. night at 7:30: o' figure brief, supple garments;: for I manufactures the garments.! Third <: and enjoying a' delightful shop the tpry' ,best 'aaesop> hlsjcustomers. caa',sec. reMronx. tbetofAt'SglWj\j'prhftsTthat will mean:}*, "nice 8ftV.

    t clock. the slender MH! ; medium weights!I every garment sold l is of a nation- I and 'an excellent, service. When you buy' from him:' saving, used part.''. "hat" tit 'the, ,,,ling. They:are performing a real
    -- ----------- you know'you ii/e getting1 the best bill., S
    [service to automobile owners of
    17CALIFORNIA\ FUR AND HAT WORKS COLLINS ROOFING COMPANYM. that your money" can 'Jmy.: When : They buy wrecked" and used this section' and we predict fat

    It comes to used* automobile parts!I cars and trucks, and dissemble! them a fast growing business

    PAUL C. TANNER PROPRIETOR ''I D. COLLINS, MANAGER this firm i U, twentieth century them and sell the parts, whichIn ,i ,If, you have a wrecked or I

    JACKSONVILLE'S LEADING FURRIER & HAT WORKS, EXPERT ROOFING CONTRACTORS economy to I the automobile owners many cases haven't been> truly burned '.car or' truck see then I II

    The reliability of the work oft
    GLAZED) RELINED AND RESTYLED I tlnctive beauty that will last a .
    this well known firm has met I lifetime, guaranteed to be weatherproof ., CERTIFIED WELDING WORKS
    20 IIOGAN 'Phone 53237 JACKSONVILLE FLA '
    with approval throughout this and minimum in cost.
    whole section. That their
    and then to keep In style ( work gives satisfaction ,
    Tiy i concentrating their uklll on now Their COMPLETE WELDING
    roofing meets the most is shown by the large and : SERVICE
    fine fur and hat work alone the and Mr. Tanner is a master
    exacting requirements. They fully increasing business they do. Homeowners PORTABLE EQUIPMENT
    California Fur and Hat Work are at this. By having your fur coat
    able to render their patrons a remodeled occasionally In the aeveial realize that the roof Is the most and contractors alike realize 2555 W. BEAVER ST. Phon; /1825 JACKSONVILLE. FLA.I\

    highly specialized and valuable years that you wear It you conspicuous part of your buildingand will that give they efficient are, and experts and The Certified Welding Works In'I work 'who have had wide experience -" ficlent service to all, at price

    'service. Mr. Tanner Is an expert will have a luxurious and much will,give you a roof of beauty service. prompt Jacksonville\ Is widely known for in this field. Being thoroughly that are right. We suggest thai

    furrier and is glad to advise his. prized coat at much lUll f Cost and individuality without sacrificing Mr, Collins Is many miles around as one of the familiar with every condition In I Ii you call them When you are i 11
    a man that
    patrons about the purchase ,of than if you bought cloth coats appreciates moat progressive Institutions their TOt
    in any measure its protective the value of i particular trade this progressive need of this type of service.
    their furs he Is able to tell them every couple of years as most qualities. They realise that there as a trade winner and good Is service always rendering a real worth- concern Is capable of offering -] will find them thoroughly Conversant '

    'what the wearing qualities of the women do.Cleaning. are four thinkS to be anxious while service in both electric and a service to the people thatis with every phase of weld
    considered and
    willing to
    accommodate -
    different furs are and the service blocking and remodel' '
    acetylene welding. The main reason distinctly satisfactory from ing.
    First how will your roof look? his patrons. ,He takesan
    that they can expect from each. ling hats for both men and women for this is '
    Next Will it wear? Will it be active Interest in the develop- high reputation every standpoint. j. They've made a host of friendi
    He repair rellnes and reatyles In another important phase of that with
    they no delay In delivery
    waterproof and what will It cost? ment of this section and Is knownas complete welding service -; well throughout lit
    all kinds of furi, In many cases this buslnCRS. They have nil of This is and at reasonable price.renlel' since the time they started as as patrons
    and It the new blocks and are preparedto leading concern, prepared among our foremost contrac community and have always beet> !
    restyllng a coat
    making to furnish you with a roof of dis- ': tors. a class of work second to in business, no matter what the
    a much more becoming and beau make your old hat from last none. trouble may be the place has con- courteous and ready and willing

    tiful garment that when It was year over Into the smartest new H. W. LIVY THE TAILOR Realizing that modern equip- tinued to be thee scene of much to give the best of service. Ware
    new. Remember that he is an style. This week they are receiving ment Is a necessary adjunct to a activity. pleased to compliment tU

    expert furrier and there Is no:I new blocks for spring and MENS TAILORING LADIES TAILORINGJACKSONVIl.l.E'S : successful welding business, they With the latest equipment firm and direct your attention II to I

    phase of the business: that he IS: are prepared for the coming sea have Installed machinery of the i known to the trade, and with a them as one of the Importa l
    not able to handle In a highly LEADING TAILOR latest and most scientific. design. I r"1
    son.Remember I thorough knowledge gained from business places of this section
    satisfactory manner. this Is the place to 32 YEARS IN PRESENT LOCATIONS All work Is under the supervision -' many years experience. they, are(1to j ,Its management as among oUf
    To get the most out of a fur I take your furs and hats for ex- of experts In this of In
    ST. Phone 51715 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. type > a position to offer Instant ef I(best citizens.'
    garment It should be remodeled nert service. --- --
    I .
    Tailoring i Is a fine art, There service they therefore render the' QUIN-SE-WILLA BAR AND CLUB

    -I are many tailors as well as many i men and women of this comi -

    Trained In the ThauMndl Art ol different kinds of clothing tailor I i munlty Is Invaluable.You H. A. (DEACON) KIRKLAND. PROPRIETOR. I ITHE I

    .4Z.l BARBERING AND ed. But the establishment that may be assured of a per DINING DANCING
    (I tailors clothes that really fit and fect of work
    Place T/ieo BEAUTY CULTURE Says- 1I, enhance the appearance of the their Job care. Visit this entrusted shop and to: 3817' W. BEAVER ST. Phone 39205 JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

    FLORIDA l J.. I.OsltI forms they drape Is not only be convinced of Its superior work- It', a common expression, "Meet The courtesy and attention of making left-hand turns, and 11

    BEAUTY CULTURE COLLEGES the community it serves. Mr. Llvy Is a keen business of course means that it Is a popular i,i receives more than passing notice the contributing factors to v)!
    ulldlnq It road $t. Jjcllon.llls, Fl. C, S. SHO .I\oAjEIt. H. W. Llvy k ows how a suit I man. That the' public apprecl- establishment. This !is one of-the from the patrons. I motor life in the city more *tit'-

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    FOUNDED should' hang around the collar andover j' demonstrated by the steadily.-: of the place. Since being.!, here thirty years and numbers his I,i opportunity, has established C "illgatful
    the shoulders. He and his creasing patronage of his estab' established' it has gained In popularity .I friends by the hundreds! Invites ]t place for dining a t';'F

    SOUTHERN GENTI.E. IAN. ACCREDITED I BY STATE atuNtants know custom tailoring lishment. He Is indeed to be commended until today it occupies the ''; the people of this section to pay dancing. Where there !" no I'M:

    AND NATIONAL: ORGANIZATIONS A N I D Im.lms.COII'U .I from the ready-made and what on the quality of the position of being one of the lead. '' him a visit. II flc problem. ,
    constitutes .the .difference. The(work he turns out. injr social centers in this lice lion. I In ancient times walla were We areglad to compliment l JII,
    The Quln-Se-Willa is known for order! !
    | placed around the city to keep!, Kirkland upon the high :
    entertain- i the stranger out, while today:! the :;: his establishment and recommr
    SECTION! OF JACKSONVILLE.\: : ADEQUATELY STAFFED ment. A reputation sustained by'density of traffic the numerous']i It as a delightful place to sf*!'l la
    COMPLETE: STOCK OF CHILDREN'S APPAREL FOR the community as well as motorIsts traffic officers who are contlnu-' pleasant 'evenlng. You will t1r J
    ALL AGFS FROM 1 BIRTH TO 14 YEARS and the traveling public. I ally on the lookout for citizen i,:a royal welcome.

    This section of the state I I..* very ,' m('nt. modern practices and: lndl-|I Have you ever stopped to consider city. They are specializing In I IOl'e I BLUE BONNET SHOP

    fortunate Indeed in having such': victual lnstructlon an outstanding college of barberIng :'[ly train the students, so that they I your children are attired ,ia one' that of children. With the deep HAT SHOP MANAGER
    \ and beauty culture where both as graduates of this school are' of the dominating factors In not! knowledge that their extensive' SHOP COSMETICS
    1 \\t our young men and women can In great demand aa operators I' only the Impression that your' ptudy of children and the clothing BRIDAL VEILS AND HATS FOR BRIDESMAIDS' A SPECIALTY

    learn u prof llon! that will make throughout the country and many 1 neighbors and friends form of you of children---their clothing will 225 HOGAN STREET JACKSONVILLE. Fgoodlooking
    them Independent. In this day are successfully operating their I -.but that it also I
    thechild's the
    governs give maximum of
    this matChelShe
    ; wellral'eof Throughout whole section !
    of specialization Is behooves everyone own shops. ( | and becoming to the tume may be perfectly
    to become skilled in some line The cost of tuition Is modest companions environment-by and associates attracting that the latest styles and are very many women have come to wearer, but never one bit of ab- gives delightful .ervtcJ!!

    of work and follow that training, ''' and It U possible to earn while will have either a good or bad'! reasonably! has priced.been Quality their watch-merchandise pend on The Blue Bonnet de-I curd foolishness. She recognizesthe :bridal parties and will make ,"t'"

    because In these busy days' It ts;; learning. Tbe college has carefully Influence on the child. Child word from the for all of their millinery needs. beauty that will survive :to match every costume for f''
    < beginning and theiany j
    the unskilled person that Is first ,up rvlfle4' boarding; place* authorities--who have made atlee I mothers who make this Mrs. Alford'* own Inimitable through the season aha shuns the brides and maids. Hats tbat wedfl'-
    dropped from the payroll. The for out of town students, to live $ study of freakish fads like poison there make a picture of the
    the of chil[:
    raising star their
    of the headquarter for everything geniuslves, her huts that.coveted 'for The Blue Bonnet Shop is always uioieet',
    scope training at this particular that makes for economy. Nofinerschool dren---have branded this statement 'I party. Her prices are ,
    college, covers all phases 'can be found for the with their marked approval.-I I I In children's wear-Is 'ample took of elegance<< aed distinctionnot the Mecca for those In stock complete her ,ervlce

    of beauty culture and barbering training that will equip a man or Wolf's LIttle Folks Shop In proof that this store has stood to be found in ordinary 'hats. : search of exquisite millinery ceptionally good. so aItogelItf"! J

    i both theory and practice In their woman for a splendid paying!, Jacksonville occupies a very:|.I by its creed of "Quality Merchan- For year she has catered to those Her individually designed\ and shop is a delight to her CUlt<

    Jnlo on living models. position or a business of their unique position among the merIchandlrtng -disc I at Reasonable Frce--with! women who fine I I created hats are a delight to her May we 'recommend The
    I. appreciate really
    [By the use of modem equip- own. I establishments of that'Satisfaction to customers because they are so Bonnet Shop for your IIt*
    Everyone. millinery. Her hats are smart becoming and any suit or cos-I port* t hat

    JAN 1 17191 ,


    its of Camp Blanding Humor From The Dixie Blanding EngineersWill 5 I
    The Dixie Is Born ',
    Build PiersIn I
    [t ,

    [FYT. BUCK A'PAV" AT\MY\ HOSTESS rpllMMat1 weather spite Camp of the handing recent troopsare chilly In Telegraph's Back Shop '

    HONEST ALL I DID WAS ON DUTY AT 'f't 'I already casting I longing :,,!
    Last week the .. '
    WALK BAY T'NF N qNi ei CAMP SANDIN I s"' ;r e"s glances Kingsley at Lake the beautiful and are waters happy of in presses of the ,:> L 'i."

    MANOS 1 ti9 the realization that the Telegraph labored 4. .
    Uiy ANO : ; 1iM swimming and brought ,
    TNrJ GFEC'g 0 season Is only two or three a '
    / r M forth the first 't '
    # I away
    edition of The
    In order to be prepared for the .
    Dixie official
    'T' advent of spring, the 106th engineers I
    publlcntlon of the
    r are readying the' lake front }'
    31st Division at ,
    e s r s Lfrx'w4/r for use, laying off the beachfront Camp Blandtng. F + 1t
    f with an allocation of 400 w
    Starting off
    feet for each regiment. A num- If.
    ber of piers wtl be bllilt.GreclUvood. with a ,
    l ion of

    copies another( circull'J''J''J't l,

    By Afire Mildred 18"1'" that
    3' 'rAI'pt '1 At such a claim 1)),
    S S'i yam a1 t pd' r A Mr and Mra. E. L. Chesser, The Dixie launder tt,
    IIV'Jt4 0/ 1 Wilbur Kirkland and Misses
    > est Ytt the guld- c'fl""
    ; fl 1'1 ,, Mildred and Elsie Chesser were ance of two

    i = % tip in Lake City Sunday. crack Mississippi ,,
    Mrs. C. A. Pringle and daughters ;
    newspaper! men. $ I 14
    I Minnie Lee and Jewell, were Lt. Holding Car- h'r.' ,

    ant Old Magazines I Good ,Church Goers CCC Wide Open visiting Sunday relatives at Yellow Water ter Jr., ( pub- ++" i'
    'I Usher afT he\1'\
    Jld magazines are wanted for To All I \irs. W. E. Kirkland and son GreenvilleMiss. ",
    Records of the division chap ApplicantsAny yIt ;
    Itributton at Camp Blanding by Harold are spending several! \ days' i .
    lain ( !!! ) Dally :t:
    : at Camp Rlanding show that 'I
    \\R. Shelleck fie!.! director of( young man who meets the with Mrs. Klrkland's parents, Mr. Delta Hemocratic'II,1 i Persons. looks.) approvingly at first edition
    National Red Cross. Anyone days.'I'an average of 3,500' officers and necessary requirements has an and Mrs. J. A. Chest Times 1 ) edits, (>r The null.. With him I LI. Carter txrltor.Blstance t f'
    |hlng to contribute In this way enlisted: men of the Dixie DIvision portunity to Join the Civilian op-I A large crowd from this section with the able im. ;I

    t leave magazines at the of- I attend religious services servation Corps during: this attended church services at of Lt. O. C. McDuvId, graphs, and cartoons depleting -l
    of the Telegraph where theybe This average Is believed to be Itecause of a shortage In appllca-j Evergreen over the week-end. former city editor of the Jackson military life nt Camp Blanding., 1 '
    picked up by Mr Shel- I exceptionally high for civilian or tlont, It la utmost !, Mr. and Mrs Robert Crawford (Miss) Dally News Its editors have kindly given the :

    i military communities. I any: youth who applies will be acjcepteu. :' and daughter, Esther and Miss 'The Dixie carries no Advert- Telegraph permission to reproduce f '
    Grade Fountain In
    I were shopping I ing (Army regulations forbid) ,, from time to time news features
    Enrollees receive 30 month Starke Saturday afternoon "' '
    | per I :and! la published under the dlrec-; contained In The nixie so that .
    compensation while in camp, in Lion of the Military Intelligence our readers may have Inside Information :'I, .
    I .
    addition to food clothing, dental BETHEL Division headed by Lt Col. LouisJ. aa to goings on at .Y;
    and medical attention and traln- By Mra. D. U. WoodardS. landing. '
    Wise MaJ. Gen. John C. Per-
    tt Ig In certain skills. lead
    Camp nona comander of the 3lst has I first Ismie of The Dixie t '
    ers receive $43 per month and B. Woodard employed at II'II'The
    *j \ taken a great Interest! In Thefrlvte was received with high favor by ,
    t$ f assistant leaders $36 per month. Camp Blanding, spent Sunday and supervises'' i.
    Applications should be filed at with his family at Plant City. personally officers and enlisted men alike at
    ti* contents. I Camp, and the Telegraph wishes j'f'
    the nearest district welfare office. Henry Woodard of Plant City
    Under a changeIn plan which spent Sunday here with his aunt The paper 1 18 tabloid In size and Its military contemporary long :',

    became effective New Year's Day, tars. Laura Finley who is Ill. Is devoted to news articles photo and useful career ., ,
    enrollees will retain $8'per monthof Mr and Mrs Fred Rhoden of
    their earnings tor personal Starke were' visiting Mr. and Mrs.

    spending, will deposit $7 per'Cal GllflHon last Sunday. 1 ,t tTrj
    month as a savings account Paul Wilkerson oNJackaonvllle \ 1
    was the guest Sunday o f his
    FLA. STATE FARM brother-in-law and sister Mr. and r1lR1R'JI 1

    By Miss Mary ToMiiwentl Mrs. Walter Starling. .I.IDoYouT
    A Friday afternoon Mrs. Samuel, Get Lots Of MailAn IS ;'

    Simpson of Starke \MIO prior to .
    average of 14,000 pieces of
    her recent marriage walt Mla:
    mall pour Into Camp mantling I.
    s. MOriel Hall, 'was honored '
    ; miscellaneous shower. given by for a I I every day In the week. At the where 6 pieces I Rogers Silverware are

    her by Miss Sadie Prince at her branch postofflce there, around given away with every $10 in trade 1
    $150,000/ in money orders were Issued -
    home here.Highlight. or certificates.Are .
    during December, and stamp Redeemed,
    "u of the afternoon's
    sales run around $1,000 weekly .,
    x entertainment was a trip through according to figures released by In ChoOfltOSMITH' GARAGE
    bryis Mr
    the State Prison Farm. Later
    I Blanding postmaster Hrady M.
    Mra. Simpson opened her many Bryan: +
    lovely gifts, after which refresh ..
    ments consisting of hot cocoa) -
    with marshmallows and crackers
    were served. I
    a Over thirty guests attended the

    shower, I

    Monday Birthday afternoon.>arty Miss Naomi!i i DOES, FORD PAY GOOD WAGES ? ;

    Whidden celebrated her twelfth!
    birthday with a party given by I It

    her mother Mrs. L. Whldden. J'j
    After playing games In the'

    yard the guests who numbered, ;
    about twenty retired to the house t HERE! ARE SOME PACTS about Ford Labor. parlson of compensation 'insurance costs:
    where they were served rcfresh-I
    ments of hot cocoa sandwiches During the year ended November 30th The national average rate !in automotive

    and candy. 19(0( the Ford Payroll throughout the manufacturing plants as computed by the

    Miss 1 Edna Mae MORley of United States averaged 113,628 hourly National Association of Underwriters is "/ y

    Starke wan the week-end guest wage earners, not including office em in excess of $1.50 premium on each $100

    of Miss Esther 'rews. ployes, students, or executives. They were payroll The Ford cost of workmen'scompensation

    Curtis and Edwin Malone at. paid $185,105,639.12.. On this basis the ,is less than SOc
    tended ,the Ga -Fla.. basketball
    game In Gainesville Saturday. average annual wage was 162905. This i indicates that the chance of injury j y

    Hoy Srout Supper the local According to the latest available governin a Ford plant is much less than in the r
    Monday evening Boy
    \\1l1.1t' Scouts and Cub Scouts enjoyed ment figures, the annual average wage of average automobile plant.
    them- all workers in emf'oyment covered by
    a supper they prepared
    selves, In the woods near New old age insurance law was $811.00. The Ford Motor Company has no age r
    t1'1.3 River Most of the Scouts and limit for labor, and in fact deliberately fit
    '! Cubs as well as the Scoutmaster If the 45,000,000 workers of this country attempts to keep older workers wor ing,
    ,\ attended this enjoyable affair. received the same average wage as Ford The average age of Ford workers at the c

    r 1.1\ Mr and Mrs.. D. T. Thorntonand employes, they would have had additional Rouge and nearby plants is- 38.7
    family, were In Hampton and wages of more than $35,000.000,000 thus d
    Starke Sunday afternoon, where increasing the national income about A recent checkup shows that nearly one- i''

    they visited friends and relatives. 50%. Think what such an increase would half the workers at these Ford plants were

    GUlJJIlANCII-1'3; mean to the workers of this country and 40 or over, falling into these age groups:

    to the American farmer, whose prices are
    1\1 Mr. Kdd'I'arrMiMr. : 25,819 between 40 and 50

    and Mrs. Joe Dobbs and based on the national income., 14,731 between 50 and 60

    children of PaUtka were visiting Wage scales in the Ford Rouge plants are 3,377 between 60 and '70

    J. A Harnage and Mrs. W. F. divided into three classifications: 417 between 70 and 80

    Harnage Sunday afternoon. 12 between 80 and 90 .
    Mr. and Mrs. Edd Parrish,I Unskilled .

    -II'S Mancle demons and Lewis Clem- Minimum hiring wage 75c per hour In addition to the so-called regular emS 4

    late at night. You'requletly read .-. ons of this!. section spent the'weekend ployes, the Ford Motor Company has
    here and were accompanied e"II-S It,.11 e. ,
    hired, and I now has on the payroll, at the E
    home Mrs. Mancle'Clemons hour
    line by Minimum hiring wage 80c: per
    ing. And suddenly a "queer" /
    Mrs. Evelyn Golwen and II same regular hourly wage thousands of

    jumps out at you from the printed page. jr y 1 Dave Clemons. I Skilled workers who are blind crippled or other
    Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Parrish were.: Minimum hiring wage 90c per hour wise incapacitated for normal productive

    tricks It's visiting J. A. Harnage and fum-| Higher wages are in consideration of work. They are not selected for their
    Chances are playing on you.
    are your eyes ly! and Mr. and Mrs. Mancle '
    ability and years of service. ability to build cars or to maintain the 9

    not their fault, however. They've been working hard for Clemons H. H. Monday Keene and afternoon.son, Van Ice, I' scales for labor plant. They are on the payroll because of

    you all evening-perhaps in a dim light, ,or under harsh, were In this section/ Monday aft-' Minimum at the Rouge wage plant are the un highest kllled.in the Henry Ford's belief that the responsibility
    ernoon. ofI large company to labor goes be- ..
    raw glaring light. Those eyes of yours are tired I Mrs! Roy Clemons and daughter -, industry. Top wages for skilled !labor point at which the unfortunate

    Detty Jean, were visiting :Mr. compare favorably with, or are higher worker can no longer produce profitably.
    Modern light is mellow, glareless, and helps and Mrs. E. W. Parrish Sunday than, wages in other automobile plants.
    (op, afternoon. j The above are facts. They
    are open to
    modern Now facts Ford labor conditions: +
    Try on
    reduce dangerous eyestrain. a I some
    BO AT DRAIN j anyone who really wants to deal in facts.

    S L E. S..lamp and notice the difference. Or in- By Mrs. Z. Z. Grill I Not only are sanitation and other health Anyone who wants to get a job buy a f4

    for I conditions the best in the industry, but car or place l a national defense con- !i
    stall inexpensive modernizing equipment Mrs. Callle Galney and child Ford! also leads in safety devices for the tract on the basis of fair labor treatment 1

    as little as $2.75 per room. After alL sight is !ren Lake have City returned after,spending to their some homen protection of employes. Proof of must place Ford at the top t 4

    this is found in the following com ? of his eligible list.
    priceless and good light is cheap. time here with Mm Galney'\, I
    mother who in III. They were'
    accompanied home by Mm Mose;

    Lake FoWle City and who Car-swell spent Harrell the week-, of*' FOR D 3B O T O It C O M ANY 1

    end here.
    Albert Crlffls was In Jacksonville -

    Monday on business. ,'.
    pOwl'RdliCy Miss. Margaret Morrell of Jack- -
    q4 sonville Is visiting her Bister, Mrs '
    r W. E. Green.

    Mrs. L. O. Tyre of Florahome
    COMpAN'1E and her mother, Mrs. John Pre- J. W. ANDREWS JR.

    vatt of thla section, were visiting ,
    I relative in Hawthorne this week.

    YOUR ELECTRIC: DEALER I Harvey Jacksonville! Calney! last was Friday.a Visitorto Starke Florida

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    1 1'1941

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    i cthink nothing oi walking a mile or more "WE'RE NOBODY'S, Defens'Committee A Home In A Hurry
    The Bradford County Telegraph
    for the same purpose. BABIES," ROTARIANS To Meets TodayA --, ,. ._--,-- ...
    Kstnlillxhed: 1877 Cooperation in the mater of double- SING TEARFULLY
    meeting of the Community
    / Published Weekly m 1"1'1!<<<)13-11: and Entered a* Second parking since the boom has been generally (Continued from Page One) Defense Committee will be held

    4tdt CIM""M' '' Miiftrr at the Pout Office at Sturke. Fla. good on the part of home folks but every And thereIhe mutter stands. In the Woman's Club at 3 o'clock I

    now and then some trusting soul, still living It isn't that Rotarians are especially this afternoon (Friday) at which
    time the results of the recent aur*
    MEMBER = hard to please or that y, a adtl
    7- furtive in
    in the past casts glance
    a vey of housing and sanitation con- i
    they are such heavy/ eaters. It'
    ]ARnAPRGSSASSOQATIOA7a both directions and darts into a store, leav- Isn't that W. P. Smith always consumes -I I ditious in Starke will be made t ssr

    ) ing an automobile in the middle of the two portions of pie, or any public by George Simons, Jr.,
    ,: e.3nuocul.- ?lr+ziafa'r V// street. other denser within arm's reach.It I technical advisor' with the Na-
    Resources Board,
    tional Planning
    Isn't that Les Shepherd likes
    r iC.:... Matlttewn, ________._.___ Editor and Owner The fact is, however, that even thoughthe his. 'coffee sleiimtng. hot, and I who has been assigned to help
    Frank Landrum wants his cold. I Ift solve the many problems resulting
    -" streets be momentarily clear at the time
    F 4 SCUSC'RII'TlON RATE isn't any of these things that from rapid growth of this com-
    a 1-tall>', $1.71' ; "'IxIonth! ,., $1.{ <)H)-l' YRhl.- In the double-parker leaves, it is only a matterof might, normally be expected to fmunity.t! ed ,)WJG

    A .%cl.ncl'd.rO..IIIK. Rates on' Application 1 \ seconds until traffic resumes its now- turn a caterer gray. The real '! Members of the Community De-

    normal pace and the auto owner usually returns reason that nobody wants to feed fense Committee are: N; D. Wainwright '
    the Rotary boys Is that everybody I Jr., chairman, Jos. E. i
    Starke Receives A ComplimentFrom to the tune of honking horns to finda Is swamped with business anyway, I j Wilson, W. M. Edwards. N. Stern- -

    Editors Of The Dixie nasty snarl of cars and irate drivers. I and the scarcity of help makes it berg, E. L. Matthews, A J. ', '' -.'.,, ".. ., ,.)
    j. d
    Thomas, F. F. Slump, L. A. ....
    ImpOHdlble to take on extra bur- ..
    One day this week a big delivery truck I
    this should be I dens. I Shepherd. W. P. Smith, ,S. E.
    Citizens of community) Believe it or not, the picture, above and the one below
    i b really pleated with the compliment that parked so near the railroad that another I But everybody knows Rotarians, Sparks Col. O. W. McNeese of exactly three weeks apart-a new record In rapid house, were !UkJ
    Camp Blanding, Mrs. W. B. Sewell, building f,.
    driver was forced to top directly on the must !atOf course they at- Starke. When the V. S. St. John family received
    in the editorial column of the an
    was paid us Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Mrs. L. A. eviction nolle
    track, unable to !' between the truck and : tend meetings primarily for fellowship i In December ailment
    pass early (common In Starke
    r these
    ,; first Issue of The Dixie, official publication -but the fellowship Is Davis, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, days) th t.,
    the block. If train had began a. desperate search for
    signal been some place to
    .iir: .
    Mrs. E. M. Davis. St.
    .'v of the 31st Division at Camp Dlanding. We I never better than when the roomIs and Jrt
    had heard of Live Oak
    ing-there would have been another tragedyto fragrant with the odor of good I With the Information gained a builder who deals pre-fabrlcated houN;
    quote: fried chicken! from. roof to foundation in two or three weeks. He
    from the conducted last
    mark the spot. Tuesday morning an- I survey, bought a fc
    'Maybe Starke U dazed and. Jacksonville! ber.lIdel'IJlt other delivery truck (among the worst In the meanwhile, next Wednesday week by Boy Scout Troop 70 found the man and got the house in 18 working days. The s
    t fly thin. Increase In their population is coming closer and under the direction of the Cham- John family celebrated New Year's Day In their new home. wt
    l4 e.1Iecllllly week-end population. But those neigh- double.parking offenders) stopped traffic in 'closer. RotarIans will once More ber of Commerce, U is hoped that was nothing but a dream three weeks before..

    liC1f'. ours/ are setting a mark for cooperation' the narrow block between the traffic light gather at the Woman's Club- Starke can enlist Government, aid

    j ttjc, ether camp cities might well follow. We and the new postoffice building. food or no. food. To the sugges- in coping with housing, sanitation It '
    purtfcufuily! have In mind tile absence of gouging. lion that perhaps their good wives .f.., : .
    } Rents may have Jumped, but in such matters as City police officials have been makinga would come to the rescue, one and safety problems. 'f,' I : ,,,'. ,
    1 :, :t-,?" .Fyn ;! "
    1 ., ", .
    food, hotel rale!!, cleaning and laundry. general brave effort to keep the double-parkers member'' grunted. "Huh. They'retoo ..' .
    v, ., ''-'.'' .. .-;.\ ,< ... _, .<.
    entertainment and Hervlce the two towns that glad to get rid of us on Wednesday Marriage LicenseS;,/ 11"" ,< \
    moving, but the situation is more than the "" ..
    acv" getting most of the Slst's unofficial business as It, is." 111
    aren't taking unfair advantage of the situation under-staffed force can adequately cope WCrowd1. Increase SlightlyIn jiJLJ

    L Other camp cities please note.) with. After have other duties. !
    ( Li all-they Enjoys spite of the- matt and the II -

    i We consider that a mighty fine bou- The only thing they can do is to appeal to Lockyer's AddressThe boom, the number of manlage li-I 1'-1
    censes issued by County Judge E.
    quet, coming as it does from the mouthpiece the public to use common-sense, consideration K. Perryman in 1940 showed onlya

    t of the Army men themselves, and we sincerely of others, and a little cooperation.In meeting at the Tabernacle slight Increase over the total ,
    Monday night a treat for
    hope that the editors of The Dixie other words-Quit trying to double- Bible loving people was of Starke and for 1939. With all other indicesto lit .
    prosperity In the show-
    ncver-have cause to think otherwise, park! It just can't be done anymore. vicinity. tK: Herbert Lockyer of ing phenomenal gains. It Is surprising -
    I Liverpool. England was the guest
    ; This ability to conduct business as speaker and his message from the that marriage licensesdid

    usual, showing an equal degree of courtesyand Justice Department To Investigate 14th-chapter: of John was soul- not follow, sult 11'!'" nl:

    cordiality to soldiers and home folks Soaring Food Prices,., Inspiring. He held the large congregation -; A total of 262 licenses were closed Issued ,
    during Just
    In rapt attention to the
    alike, is nothing: more than we expected The Department'of Justice recently- last word; I' while 227 were Issued in 1939 and Special ServicesAt I At 7:30: p. m. special ?.
    195 In 1938. "The total shows a will be led by'the Rev. Sum 1 B
    Clam the high type of business to be nounced the
    men beginning"
    an investigationof Dr. Lockyer, one of the most Methodist Icy. of
    Talladega, Ala. tl
    slight, but steady gain each year, He
    generally found in Starke. But it is outstanding Bible teachers of the I
    encouraging practices it believes operate to raise food Judge Perryman stated. conduct a song service 1l.'lB1

    to know that this fine spirit has prices paid by the customer and to lower time manding Is a in thrilling appearance\ speaker d e com-e p- The old myth of June being the morning Special and services evening* at hours both the are by and a large young peoples' clxj

    been. noticed and appreciated by the Army. prices paid farmers for their products. The toned In vptce and having a favorite month for brides was announced for Sunday at the the evening:following sermon.this will deli

    i1 We feel that Starke and Camp Blan-. investigation ,is expected to center around brought 0nality.' The mes- again exploded that more all liceses the records were revealed Issued -- Methodist ',Church.At Mr. Bradley Is In training i

    ,, ding have gotten off on the right foot together bread, meat, milk, fish, cheese, fresh and front sage the minds will of not his hearers.soon pttsa in May October, and Decem- be special 11 o'clock music a.by m.the there Senior will man Camp of Blanding and Is a you:

    and we are looking forward to many canned fruits and vegetables.It Music wad In charge of Geo. ber than, In any other months. choir and the sermon will be de- a ready pleasing speaker.personality He will i-j

    ;' more years of pleasant relationship with our was pointed out that while high food I F. TIbbitts of Keystone Heights, month February with was altar-bound the least popular livered by Dr. H. Carter Hardin, especially interesting to yo
    r Liar neighbor in uniform. 'Director of the Gospel Volunteersof D. S., of Gainesville. people.
    prices made it impossible for some 45,000- and
    the World he was assisted -
    000 Americans to receive proper diets, the by Mr, and Mrs. Gordon Troops May Use

    A Government Crack-Down farmer receives only 40 to 41 cents of each his Purdy work., associated with him in Legion HomeThe I CLASSIFIED ADS I
    /. Brewing For Lumber ProfiteersGood --
    consumer dollar spent for food. The rest Something,of the appreciationof Jones-Langford-White Post]I KOZY COACH for sale, cash WANTED-Large family to t

    news for those who would like tobuild to and distributors. The the ability\ 'of Dr. Lockyer is American Legion has offered the J I sleeps four. -Mallory Thomas In strawberries.. C. Jo
    homes but have been prevented from goes processors attested tyj rte fact that people Use of Its attractive new home I>: filling station, Starke Fla..ltp Route 2, Starke Fla.

    # doing so by profiteering in the lumber industry Department of Justice hopes to clear liP from Klgfliinmjie, Ocala and other here as a meeting place, reading:;'I:BEAUTIFUL LOCATION on man} BARBER SHOP EQUIPMENT!
    points came here l for the meetingeven room, and for 1
    was: contained in Monday's issue of the reason for this gap between the originaland though because of crowded writing room j highway to north'and weal* 3 priced cheap for quick ml,'
    Blanding troops on their visits to
    final of these acres, coiner, ,350: yards on Apply Mrs. Rossi McLu
    Ute prices
    Washington Merry-Go-Round column. products and elimi- conditions they had to return Starke. The action was takenat
    paved highway, 225 on grade\ 509 N. Sanchez St., Ocala, r.
    "The barons of the lumber industry nate any practices that tend to keep these hOme or go to for Gainesville the night.for accommodations Tuesday a meeting nlerht. of the Post here road. New buildings, 5-room Phone 537-Blue. li

    don't know it but is differences house small store and filling
    yet, an axe being unnaturally high. '
    t' J other meetings are being planned Col.! O. W.x: McNeese, public relations station established. Suitablefor FARM FOR SALE-Road 48, <
    quietly whetted for them," wrote Pearson Processors( of food, commission mer-'r at the Tabernacle which, as I officer at the Camp, was 'chicken ranch, beer garden, of Starke. Good for tn

    and Allen, authors of the column. They chants In the past, will give the people present and stated that efforts country store, or tourist camp. farming or chicken ralsi
    went on to explain that Defense Commissioner organized produce exchanges and here opportunity to hear other would be made to interest the 18 miles from Camp landing. Good 5-room house A. I

    auctions, truckers, and wholesale and retail able teachers'who are In the WPA in furnishing the necessary Priced to sell. Address "Owner,." Murrhee, Starke Fla. MTt
    Leon Henderson, aroused at the skyrocketing state during the winter months. supervision for the Legion homeif Box 395, Starke, Fla. 1.17 2tp
    i of lumber prices, has recommended distributors will all be investigated Regular services are held Tues- It Is put to this use. FOR SALE-20-acre farm 4.i

    1 to' the President that he use the The driving force behind this step by the day evenlng-a}. ?.the Mission Hall, The Legionnaires are now hold LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN- south cottage on graded.road 3 i 011'1
    Black Gordon Hampton.
    Friday and Sunday evenings at ing regular meetings on the second setter, taale. If
    "draft industry" power to order an $8 slash Department of Justice was said to be the, the Tabernacle and Bible School and fourth Tuesday each found, return to J. W. Jordan '

    t nt Ute price of Southern pine. This would elimination of "violations of the anti-trust I 3 P. M. Sunday. Visitors to town month and an Invitation has been or Red's Service Station, A TRUE MEDIUM-

    bring the price down from $33 per thousand laws and thereby to reduce the expendituresof and newcomers all services.are Invited) to attend extended to Camp Blanding mem Starke, Fla. lip Calls your name without JI

    feet, which it has reached recently to $25, American ; bers of the organization? to attend. FOR SALE HOUSE TRAILER saying one word. Tells then
    families for food and increasethe used 4 months, accommodates 4. ject of your visit and all
    which Commissioner Henderson considers incomes of American farmers." Many Enjoy LunchesOf Assistance Payments Fully equipped, 'air conditioned wish to know. Reunite

    very liberal. In his.opinion, even $21 would I the 21 public schools In! The end of' the calendar, heating system, vacuum brake separated: gives you lucky d dl.
    year Cost $867.00, sell for $700.00. and numbers., After I
    >be fair? At $33, according lo his figures, Give A Soldier A Lift Bradford enrollment County of 2.540, with a total 1940 found Bradford County receiving Apply next .door t o Bowling if you are_ not satisfied. U <
    the price of pine lumber is boosting theGovernmen Every Now And Then schools and 908 chilrren pupils are seven now the rate public of 53688.00:assistance funds at Alley on Jax, road. lip cost you. nothing. Guar
    per year. reading dally from 9 a. m."
    's defense construction costs "Pass The Hitch-Hikers," is the head- participating in the School Lunch The* figures are based on December FURNITURE REPAIRED-: Carpet 9 p. PERMANENTLY

    dose to $50,000,000, and is also gouging big ing of an editorial in a recent issue. of the five program.cents and Meals are cost made students possible 14,474.00 payments for Old to Age the Assistance county of on floor and In rugs homes.made Dirt like eradi new GATED. 1-3

    profits out of private consumers. Times-Union. by by surplus the commodities distributed Aid to Dependent Children, and cated. Colors restored by secret 1409 Ocklawaha ACt\
    Under State Welfare Board. Aid to the Blind. process.-Harry Wellington! ,
    EL has been the experience in the past ordinary circumstances, yes. But General Delivery. Starke, Fla. Ocala, Fla.
    that motorists in this section could show a great -
    during boom periods the very desirable lip.
    Construction of courtesy to Camp Blanding soldiers right THE LOST- Sinai} black book n
    new residences has been held POCKETBOOK FOR SALE-IO-acre.: farm ((5 I
    now if they would stop and offer ride loose leaves, on Road 28
    back by apparently unreasonable advances a cleared), with house and barn RI'
    In the when they see them walking along the high- /' all under fence. Cheap for tween Starke and New
    price of lumber. However if the way. TPrPs cash.-C. H. Clark, Route 2,, Reward If returned to Sl'

    government enters the picture during the Box 37, Starke, Fla. 1-3 4tp Jones 221 S. Cherry

    current boom, forcing down prices on de- Many of these men draw small pay and .. 255.: : Starke, Fla.

    fufise projects, it will cannot afford taxis, or even the cheaper *( ( I908 'IM 1908. ftS.OOO AUTOMO&IIES FOR SALK .New and used 7-ROOM 2-STORY HOUSE
    undoubtedly work to &&* WERE MADE IN THB U.S\ w trailer bargains. E & S Trailer 5Im 1
    the benefit of private construction, also. forms of transportation. A little kindness TODAY *6 TuRN OUT MORE ... Sales located at Palm Trailer sale. Large enough for N. E.
    shown by local motorists in IN S WORKING DAyS: J Park, Orlando Fla. Alma and families 3 miles
    matter of Wal
    perhaps we will see the healthy '" National Trailers. Waldo.-B. E. Wasdln
    growth of ,new homes that should be experienced lifts would undoubtedly be highly appreci- I A"lti'+- tf Fla.. 1

    in good times, such as these. ated and would do much toward promoting ,tiny.r TYPEWRITERS-New Remington AUTO KEYS: FOUND .

    cordial relations between camp and community r portables, $5 down, $5: a may have by (denttfyl0fpaying !
    You month. Prices start at 2975.: / for this ad at the S'
    Double-Park Anymore -Bradford County Telegraph ford County Telegraph' su
    S* Why Not Quit Trying Of course, there are times when it is M CURIOUS RAV,7c Starke, Fla.NOISELESS tt Fla.,

    Give it bad impractical to stop on the highway between o.
    up as a job, folks rte wevIsA REMINGTON- WANTED-Furnished rooB
    Starke and Blanding for the +rn+ry eoN Standard office size, Write.
    factory re
    You of
    can't double-park on the streets of purpose ne'NS o1Ri light housekeeping.
    picking up pedestrains. The N RM built, like new, Remarkable Box 395, Starke, Fla.
    :!It..arke-and. you might as well quit trying. present road is value. $50 cash-Bradford

    b The old days! of "drive scarcely wide enough to permit two cars to Telegraph, Starke, Fla. tf WILL SELL 2-STORY RUNE
    C as you please"ro pass, and most of the'time there is a stream Starke suitable for '*
    ended, and now you must take into con- INVESTMENTSWhile
    of traffic in both directions. But Splendid location, clo'Vi
    when the
    , Ueration the rights of hundreds of other awe Available Monday. Write
    " ifrtrers and conform to certain rules that new road is built and there is no traffic The doingIs., Good .Box. 395. ''Starke. Fla.

    permit free passage of traffic in both directions hazard involved-stop occasionally and givea $ Invest Your Money'In FORM SALE Portable Ice c
    soldier lift. "' J I -
    a It will '
    him feel that uMiaeSUf.VfS5
    over the narrow streets of Starker HIGH GRADE 'plantS gaL freezer,
    r all times he is in a friendly community, and that the .A'mteuy OP STOCKS OR BONDS cabinet, steam boiler, and <

    l bit he is doing for the country is FA'aw raewte. Items cheap for cab
    I lI All of us know how inconvenient it is appreciated.The actually ;W:1l1lo: AND YOU WILL HAVE AN equipment In good order .
    ; 4 yCoff '
    not to be able to park near the store we I INCOME: AFTER THE further particulars write *
    want to enter. But that is BOOM IS OVER Goldenseal Dairies" |
    just'one JJI
    of the Avon Park Times City. Fla.

    many small sacrifices that citizens of a "Starke? It's five miles answers west of a Camp query: es 'II I Just Drop us a letter or a FURNISHED COTTAOB'i
    growing town card and
    must our
    representativewill W
    Perhaps we ride Blanding, stranger." And the Florida Lake Santa Fe 5 mile *> L
    too much, Health call and advise you with .
    anyway. authorities Waldo. Electric HgM ,1
    say Times-Union adds: "And when the full iom.AurirrciM notn out obligation.
    we do. People in a small town com- xr atmytvcxMtxxir : nlng water. Inquire I
    actually plement of 50,000 men hits -Off rron/jr p 1
    it will be Gainesville
    camp, Jewelry, Co.,
    jitemip into their cars and ride to the store, a Big Brother town for every community in _ar.Mesfyrfxr7PMtY 7W-.. wtIit#RU.__ QW Guaranty Underwriters -
    y eYel1 though they live within ,
    two blocks SI'I'&W'
    Florida-with aatrr xMbwe '
    business four or five exceptions if wei nawvD-p1AercEDA" 54 '-45 awLOINS 01 A CTA"'OAIID" IIOIK. t 'I-O Inc WANTED-Finall furnish"1'raent "
    district!r City dwellers would recall psl.ep I'11 orteessvOacostsN.AlowTNa *''
    our census figures correctly." J, iayvMaelt. FORA ar DIRE''awety I 310 West Adams Street for Ught house 51"e
    I Write A-l, Box 395,
    Jacksonville, . Florida Fla.JAN .

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