Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01210
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01210
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NOV 1 41941 '.,


'l'radingand t,' Home of the ; I

reation Center >t for RADFORD COUNTY, TELEGRAPHING : Sweetest Strawberries ,1+, f

AP BEARD This Side of Heaven :1;

Official Countu Publication Established In 1877 1

ME; elA'1'1.FUUR STA1U E. FLOKlltA. .'.un.\\'. NOVEMBER 14. 1941 NfMHKK TIIKKK I

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EEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS By Edward C. Wayne I Red Cross Roll Call Drive Now In Full SwingBolles ;:

illion Dollars in U. S. War Supplies ''if,

5 Pledged for Assistance to Russia \Will Bring Students Pilot Deadliest Dive Bombers' Save Soldiers WrappingsFor Goal For County ';

Stalin Asks 'New Front' in Nazi War; I i ;Mlm Margaret Brsklne, associate

Student BodyTo : of USO Set At $5,000 :
secretary the Club
Finland to Cease i
Warns Fighting .1 ,
J.i. S. I II Ie i ,asking cltlacns of Stark to it t

I Rave .empty cardboard cartons,

NOTE-W... .."!.!... .. aermrd !. th.. .. ,.'.m.*, they Game TonightFans z boxen, waste wrapping paper and Chairman Says 1'.1
EDITOR'S(**. &II'"* .' ta..wl ...l,.l red ..' .......rll, .t this ..wgq.r.> .. ttrln;. This material will be collected 1
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) !
I by the USO and used for .

scan victory would rob- her again. .of. who flock to Bradford :'. belpufjr soldiers to wrap Christmas Bradford, County's annual Red

'SSIA: her natural territory. I Park.. tonight to see! the ,) ''packaged for mailing.A Cross Roll Call was off to a fly- i

S. Pledge America's viewpoint'. that if ambitious. Tornadoes of B. H. Stake Jong table will bit devotedto Ing start this week on Us goal of '
Finland goes on fighting, then.Russia's i this purpose at the USO, and 000 members and $3,000.: First ;
day the ute departmentunced on their most formidable opponent from B. H. S, Indicated
im returns
strength will beImpaired and. assistants will be on hand to help
billion dollars "
that a had been through Russia the strength of Britain to dute-r-Bolles. Military of KOldlefs Miss Ersklne said Cltl- that the school had gone 10 percent .'

Hi of war Russia supplies Josef Stalin Inpcecb and the United State 'There -l1cklon\'lIle-wIU undoubtedly get .-', tens are asked to keep the wrapping contributing a total of I
lied to was seen in the a tacit ; 162.{b toward the -
move guarantee materials at their homes until quota. Everyone
deplored the Jack- of and their: money's worth of' action on
of after the war aid to Fin called for by the USO In De- ot the
battle against
, front 11the land If she should stop lighting. the gridiron and color on the Member IJj''
teachers In t b
er. sid'liner. 'Jr' 4school \
xiklng on the eve of the twenty- NEUTRALITY:, ;, ,;. : -' ...., <*. J 0 III.
The last named element will be '...Ii .. ..,.'- 3.1
t"t. ..
fill\ anniversary of the Bolshevik leader Fight Bitter supplied by the entire Bolles student ."'.",. :.. ,:,,., *,;lit.,,' t ,,',"-_.... '. ,. .- .,' Dyer Urges Principal E. ,
the Soviet .. ,. 7> 1111&1111 "i.
lutlon tt.. .. .. -'
Imed that the Nazi blitzkrieg was Foes of changes In the neutralityact body who will attend the 1, ., .1'' ,.,, r ,, J.'; ...'- -, .' :. flounced 1'
...., :
1 .. ;
his Russian which included not only all the ." .. ) 1
added that v .
lure but game< In, a body, according to ,. '0. i nesday. and 14
regular anti administration stalwarts ,'
were not doing as well as.r :.. ., Farmers To Grow grade
ei but two acquisitions word received by Principal E. L. ,
could I be expected to: do bent one or If' edits 'contrlbut'RED CROSS
r Germany bad thrown bar on- to the fold bad turned out to Williams Wednesday. The crack ,".' ..., total of $28.18. ,.

force on Russia believing there be a bitter-fighting group though Colics bond will be brought here More Food '
hardly member of it had expectedto Crops"Our Mayor N. D. Walnwrlght ChaIr.
no fear of a western front open. .a .'or the fray and the flashy unl Two of *be liaised liaise SUITE'S sewed and deadliest dive bomh- of
man the 1941 Roll Call in
: see victory perch on Its banner. ere.are.ebrwn dying ever Miami ITU. At .he- controls arc Indent
asserted that Russia was still The effort teetned'to be not to' forms of the cadets willmake a pIloU lr.m' a 'U. S. aavValr trakaftw button', where pilot for'the*, Bradford County stated yesterday

i and that the losses Inflicted much to defeat the administration scene 'long to be. remembered at ships reoetve speoUl training. Experts oaf theme n'anoo. are mere en- country U In need of more that the first ..m.mbenblp'weDt

Germany l far outnumbered dam- generally conceded to be Impossible Bradford Park. cleat lion Germany's famed Stakas. Jowl< and feed crop!, and the to Sam Stratos, local theatre

to U.S.S.R. troops., but rather to whoop up a general Full of pep .and,surplus energy farmers pf the nation are being man who contributed $25 to the
anti-foreign policy sentiment. asked tor.:do their part In increasing drive. It was pointed out that
frxit this time Moscow sources after a week'sayoff: the Tornadoes Troops Take Over Defense Air Plant / thcs. crops and livestock next while membership In the Red
had to though
rt announcing that the Nazis are' raring go, "
n fought to a standstill aroundW few ore willing to "get out> on a gpay.U. year Cross Is only $1 a year, those
sad Leningrad. Berlin limb" and predict they'll win the This Is the urgent message be- who Join may contribute as muchas

toed to have gamed Jn) both game. Bolles has given aC good ing' brought to the attention ofHra'lford they wish Only 50o of each

11 and reports from ttga South account of Itself against some farmers b y County membership goes to national

cated a Nazi break through Into r strong big-time teams and the .Agent. L.''T, Dyer headquarters, however, no matter

Crimea, more 'or less a gate- Tornadoea-can" .,AU afford to be too Every farmer U being' asked to how much Is contributed. The remainder
to the Caucasus. optimistic. 'come' In' and prepare his. farm stays with the local
plan for chapter for use In Bradford
19.42.JoI,1 Dy.r Mated.
it It had become apparent that 4I Oiithe'other' hand, the boy.,of .
ian! defense idea were not ? vt B. H. S. have.,certainly been aonce ,\'Every, farm must" 'be ,signed' I.p County ;f.' '
founded defense of ,, by'' December I. Following an organisation meet-
icilly on a '
with the gridIron .
reckon on '
r :: to In his ,, to
Crimea, but that the Reds con- have won message this week inn Wednesday sfternbesw..lt was
to this season They A. farmers, the county agent continued announced that the ""special ..
red Roitov as ,the entrance \ gift, r
lost rackingn '
Ji/ur/ games two ,. .... ._ 'J9w" -
Caucasus and 'would hold as "" : committee and the '"buln,.. AIM
total of 102 points to a com- .
d there as possible'perhaps .a* n ." ... ,: ."You are reminded that we'areliving trict" committee have been.coal. _
at&vr total of 39 for their 6ppbtvV1 . ,,' .... ,. ". .f .. "
Lena .. 'P' << In critical time and. billed '
and and
ceiifully ai at. Moscow!'{ \* ( l ; ,tj.. (' .. ; .
'. ; .. tt\ 1.1 + .! ; ; each o( e. must b. iwtmjianrtf. foiling.members:' r, N.. Stump.1', /
licrt had .bees# no Indication that Athletlc 'officials t. heerrare ex.pen .t. '4'r': \ ; .&rt"Kta.lU'. .;....WmctX.jiLli i g1''...tfutf .t:f.1Cooaas; ,;| '')EieS<.o.n, Bob. ...,.'

Nazis'*early,predUtion of;coUM ( :trig thfc gf r. a t e>!w.jootballcrow4 (..t i. t. .me O'1N'IINf>>' sea and. Satterfletd. fl.' Stet'abetg8ulOPaharq ,
of '$ llllaD resistance could ; tir."the glstor)1tlf'. I' 4\\' our fta erth Ion*. -The i Henry Goldman, J. ',IB.VlJIUonr .
,!J'adorct .Par*: 'onlghtt: & ". See ta oflAgrlqalKire/recently
lookedfar., an& obaeryeriVfeltt : ; ', r ; ;tel James Patray, GeorgelCopeiouihos
t that eventuality ....l1kely ; .i ffc y v .. saM, ''' will Will the war and Miss Evelyn Stump
a Moscow and'Leningrldrw9uld" Capt.- Long FiguresIn write the peace," We need more and Mrs Sam Anderson

dlT have been defended 10 ''vle-, Sen. Rattle Caraway of Arkansas.only ft. army troops are shown lined sip Us front of the B s>dlm. N. J., food and feed In 1942. Members of 'the "residential sec
uilj and successfully.lit and mother of CaptureCapt. plant of Air Associates, Iito, after the army took over the defense "Next year there will be no
woman senator plant to accordance with order given by President Roosevelt, to Insure tion" committee are: Mrs C, F.
development pointed, otf the two sons In the a..m.11 shown making I T. T. Long, Starke man .production of vital aircraft equipment for the defense effort-- vegetable allotments; you may Ward Mrs. R. J. Davis Mrs D.
er band to a real and serious a speech In favor of passage of who' is now Plans and TraininglOfficer grow, all you wish We have allotments P. Carpenter and Miss Ruby Lll1 -

down of the Nazi blitz perhapJOSE" revised Neutrality act. for the 31st (Dixie) Dlvl- on only tobacco peanuts ley.
I for market and Irish potatoes. .
using every argument and White i Hlon's 124th Infantry, and two' Last War Not Vain Fight Any farm may plant up to The "street booth" committeewill

House word as ammunition and target other officers Tuesday night captured three acre of Irish potatoes. be Miss Nina Bishop Miss

respectively. 14 enemy military police "Your first consideration shouldbe Carolyn Green and Miss Freddie

a4l'ar Senator Walsh of the navy affairs the first prisoners taken In theI Armistice Speaker Says to produce a bountiful supplyof Wlrolwriy; ;

a committee;typical of the argument I I current "buttle" now going on fond and feed crops for the r '7We: are calling on citizens: to

against the amendment repealingtwo I I.round Great Falls S. C.. where .In a stirring Armistice Day lion was by the Rev. Q. C. Powellof families living on the farm and 'loosen up' and give thin year not
important provisions of Camp Blanding troops are maneuvering address. ,'' climaxing brief ceremonies the Methodist Church, and the then 'some for market: Let's resolve just the $1 membership but

act, said it would hurt the or navy.men I I this month. here Tuesday morning at Flag Salute was led by Floyd to live at home In 1942. larger amounts! In order that Our
The navy didn't have into the war. Captain Long and Captains 9:30: o'clock. Chaplain B. M. Green member of the local Boy "First make sure that there unusually large quota may be

requisite for is an entry entry; aid he. Luther Eelbert and Owen Leach Montgomery of Camp Blandlng Scout Troop.. will be a year-round garden on reached;" Mayor Walnwrlgbtstated.
this an
"unless we already are In." were checking Brigade outposts reassured a rising generation that The exercises, held following a every farm for every farm family. "A special effort will be

With Its difference of technic the and spied a truck on Highway the men who died In World War parade of the entire student body Then, see that each family h a aplenty made to enllllt'the business. houses

stand of the minority was ever the Ml( with lights burning. Stoppingthe 1 did not die In vain that their and faculty of B. H. B., were heldon of chickens eggs, milk along Call St. 100 percent.

however-that the President truck to ascertain wily the cause was just, and that we were the north platform of the post- pork teef and other necessary People who wish to contributeand

had same gone far beyond the authorizations lights were burning when black ; not dragged; Into the war by "Just office build In K. Onh.. rostrum Hem,*'' that can be so easily produced who are not called upon by

syyxsq of congress by taking steps out orders were In effect they a lot of propaganda" were A. J. Thomas representingthe I on every farm. solicitors may leave their contributions

already taken, and that the White discovered the vehicle to contain I "Several years ago It was the Jonee-Langford-Wbite Post "The National and State Defense at the courthouse with

; aw3 rk House was, in effect, asking an O.K. 14 yankee M. p'.. from the 43rd popular trend among certain writ- American Legion; Whalen Sapp Boards have set the goals Judge E. K. Ferryman chairmanof

on these and tacit permission to go Division. The 14 were straightway ere to try and prove that the of Lawtey representing the U. S. for each county and they have the Bradford County Red Cross

further. turned over to the 147th United States entered the first Navy and Sgt. I* O. Bauknlghtof asked. for the following Increasesfor Chapter, or at the post office with

Guard. World War In order that representing' Bradford county: vegetable F. F. Stump treasurer of the
JAPAN: The M.P's. carried "live" ammunition tions makers and other munl-I the Camp Army. B. II. 8 Cheerleader' crops 469 acres Irish potatoes ,, chapter Contribution. may also

Lays Down LawA ; the officer were unarmed lerestn might; become rich;' Chap. Freddie Wimberly led spectator. 317 acres: hay, 300 acre.; corn be mailed to Red Cross Box 402,

lain Montgomery stated. "Of 200 acres; dairy cows 100; milk Starke, FU. -v
for the In 15 rahs for service men.
STALIN "mut" term
ll.t of .1.> that few 73,000 for tale Headquarters for the Rolf Call
course It Is true a people gallons, hogs and
**W fc...fce did become enormously slaughter, 1,500 hogs; beef cattle
*. oi/Uon had been Hunting Season
got a dollar trouble with Japan Banner" and "God BlessAmerica"
Into office. 129 E. Call
i which wsthe wealthy as the result of war, but and calves for sale and slaughter St.
"feted with the weather, but dote laid down chief among of economic Opens Soon the men who fought and gave were sung' by the crowdto 300 bead; chickens, 14 percent;
t-11> immediate stoppage the accompaniment of music
halting the Invasion short ofla'i China. their lives were not fighting to eggs> 12 percent; turkeys, 10 per. Judy's New Film
IMl two main cities. and military aid to Those Bradford County nlmrods furnished by the B..H. 8. Band.
make someone rich. They were cent.
The list: wait until November Members of the Jones-Lang-ford- At Ritz
who can hardly Sunday"Puddln'
sky called the situation ..- and economic fighting for a just cause "Practically every farm should
"Stop all military the hunting sea- White Post attended In a body.
20 when
and there was a rumor that and cease all propaganda Preceding Chaplain I Mont show an Increase In some of these '
\Un bad left aid to Chungking In Florida will do wellto Following the exercises, school Head; newest starring
| Moscow perhaps her- military missions to keep son opens gomery's address Miss Margie Items. Make your plan now to ,
or vehicle for
lIJlI faIL There was Bttie eforAh. at war with Japan. look at the calendar and study Mathews, member of the senior children were dismissed for the take care of your part of the In Judy Canova

s part of the Russians to Chungking America could advise. Chungking the hunting law with reference to class at B. H. S., recited Kip day and Starke business houses crease. Then come to my office comedy star of radio, stage andItcr.en
buie the danager of the kiss of make 'peace. lhelr own county ling's "Recessional.. The Invoca- were closed for the holiday. before December 1 and prepare Incidentally a nativeof
* to Starke> will be shown at
> theRita
divisions or both, with "Stop encirclement of Japan by They will.._n learn that although_ and ssm! the form. This_ 1s neces. --
Theatre Sunday: ana non-
lIa reported moved by the military naval and air bate and the Florida season opens Thurs. wry If you wish to participate In
Russian from occupied countries to by economic barrier Proceed no day. November 20, owing to the "Burma Convoy"Booked Sgt. Carlisle the Agricultural Conservation day."Puddln'
Neither front further with military and naval law which states that hunting At Park Making GoodStaff program next year. Do your bit In another role as a presents fresh-off-the-Judy
did the Rusilan state- movement in the western Pacific may not be Indulged In In this for your country NOW," Mr. Dyer
q cob hill the
billy, popular characterization
. sound panicky and the "Acknowledge Japan' coprosper- county except on Mondays. Wednesdays "Burma Convoy." a gripping Sergeant AI Kay Carlisle concluded.

* main el apparently. were Intact In It,. sphere and her leadership In the and Fridays, they will be melodrama of the hell-drivers of son of Mrs and Mrs. J. B. Car- She Is ably that supported brought by her Francis fame..

western Pacific. :orced to wait until the 21st to life-line of lisle of Starke. Is making good In Fish Story Of Week In the
' Manchukuo. Nobody here. It I the Burma Road- munitions Lederer romantic lead and
: actual hunting
'ARNING: can"Recognize undo what hal been done there. do might any be well, however to stroll and supplies for the embattled the Army: he U now acting First Another one for the book was Slim Summerville shares comedy

0 Finland "Stop at once the freezing of Japan' around Thursday and locate the Chin 1 ese Army-starts Sergeant of the old Starke Na recorded by Archibald John on honors.)

TIt, assets in the U. S. and tell them to "stay put"until tional Guard Company. When the Armistice Day while he and Dr. That most famous farce. of all
United the Park Theatre.
Wednesday at
States had acted abolish local officially theHeadquarters time
raUel "Restore the trade treaties the next day! company I M. H. Herlong were enjoying a "Charley's Aunt; starring
with Great Britain In send- all restrictions on shipping and Charles Bickford tops the cast Detachment of the little fishing trip. Arch reeled his Jack Benny, comes to the new

nta.FuUand a tern warning that commerce." In one of the most daring roles 124th Infantry's Second Battalion line in to find a 10-pounder and I I Florida Theatre Sunday and
cop i8BCt of the Finnish partlcl- published by the No Fireworks and part of the 31st Division wa* booked Monday. This laugh classic has
the Nazi The program of his screen career. Evelyn a 7-pounder on samelure.
attack on Russiat and Advertiser organof Inducted last November 29 Carlisle been played on the stage moretimes
be considered Japan Time Chief Alvarez Says Nordic blonde Of course, two flab have
t an unfriendly the foreign office, declared that Ankers. beauty was a Corporal and Lt. ElmoR. been caught at one time before than any other play In history -

!h. IFS ledy of Finland that the Pacific wa "on the brink of "y... we have no fire work plays the feminine lead. Struth also from Starke was but seldom such Urge ones, It la I I[ with the exception of Hamlet -

5 Small was war** this year!" Starke merchants will Based on true Incidents "Bur First. Sergeant. said and It grows more popular
caught betweeniiShl '
country hostile and powerful It'w*' considered significant In be telling youngsters a few week ma Convoy" tells the story of the When Smith left the companyto every year. If you think Jack

' ?' '""P1"-Germany and Washington that there was no mention Axisin from now If a long-standing city dare-devil truck drivers who roar go to Donning III August, Staff Building Permits Benny. funny on the radio, wait
" lis.Ther. Rome-Berl11 -Tokyo till him In a bonnet and
of the ordinance Is enforced according Sergeant James Dennis, another you see
was Uttle question that; If the statement, It stated that to plans announced this .week by across the heart of Asia In the Starke man became acting First Mr. Bertha Pearce, frame petticoats!

J Ia were to win the war with "there could be no retreat" from from Chief of Police A. 1* Alvarez.It face of screaming dive bombers Sergeant. Dennis 1s getting his apartment 14x18 In Pearce's subdivision -' Next Tuesday. Wednesday and

''rto 1t\lbout\ British ale., a. Britain's these principles.erdcansstate department Is against the law either to and enemy snipers release from the Army and remained $800. Oct. 28; J. J. Thursday the Florida will show

M K,In the fighting she would de- concede. tell or shoot fireworks and any Blckford plays the leader of the. at Eland when troops Truby. $300 on frame residence 'Hot' Spot; exciting new drama

return to the frontiers of wa* prepared America to aid to one who sell them this season suicide truck squadron who resolves : left for Carolina maneuvers recently 12x18 Nov. 1, on Lot 4, block 12. starring Betty Grsble, Carol Lan-

.4"illIand Japan felt that simply an evidence will be fined 100. according to a to go back to Kansas City and Carlisle was elevated to In the Livingston Truby A Co. dU and Victor Mature the new

t s German Was faced with tile fad China program this sea country w*. afraidto statement yesterday by Chief Alvarez and open up a nice little garage. the top-ranking non-com: position subdivision; A. A. Annis remodeling matinee Idol. It la the story of a

Gel rtttorr would leave that JIlt further stated that But his kid brother ter murderedby In the detachment. He attended Lb A. Canova' building-the girl who was taken out of a hash

enslaved and that a Rus. fight Japan directly. anyone caught shooting them will a Eurasian and Bickford re- Bouts Military Academy and the old alto of the Magnolia cafe $1,- house and made the darling of

(Continued on page ten) be fined or Jailed. mams to avenge his death. University of Florida. 000. Nor 3. (cafe loclety.r .

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HamptonHappenings By E. R. Homier Mrs. II. II. Lewis John A. Kane Plaintiff, vs. HelenC. 'Butler. Plaintiff,-,vs. John TO klDA,,01heminia
Kane. Defendant Cane No. 1573. A. Butler, Defendant. Case No. 1t. 11FYfit y
BRIDGE CLUB Miss Elna Conner spent Sunday OHDKFt OF PUBLICATION: 1683. nrlve, l'ackalQck! >

by I HAMPTON W. M. U. THANKSThe Mrs. Sanford Bitch was t becharming with Miss Irene Lewis.R. I I STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to Helen ORDER NOTICE OF TO PUBLICATION APPEAR my You are tak.. ]I..h

Mrs. M. W. Morrow members of the W. M. U. hostess to the weekly R. and R. M. Crosby were ''C. Kane, 128 University Avenue, STATE OF FLORIDA to: John A. January 61h.require 1943 10 appvp
in Theressa Sunday. t+yrncuse, New York. Butler, whose residence I. Un- In th
wUh to express their appreciation bridge club Thursday afternoon visiting You are required to appear on Unknown.You laintiffCeerkss ... ',
which time she was Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas January 6th, 1842 In the above Comity dlvo
to those who helped make the Nov. 6, at are required to appear on Telegraph 9rq
O. P. Wadsworth, local turpentine Old Fashioned Chicken Dinner of presented with a farewell gift of made a business trip to Jacksonville named Court and cause, Bradford wherein January 6th, 1942, In the above Order Wltn."e In h"xt tour DaEllu:
weeks divorce "
farmer Is constructing: a new named Court and cause, wherein ny hand IN
Nov. 7th., such a success. New a set of Luray dishes. Mrs. M. Monday. County Telegraph shall publish thl.Ord..r plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford .and .lrl: \
for the woods rider. of four weekly issues.Witness (OFFiCIAl.FgEAL Noy It
house Manyof Daniel Shaw In next
and Mr. and Mrs. Telegraph shall publish thisOrder
to E. Gilner holding high score )
enterprises are being planned my hand and official seal Clerk IIf t j
from old In nexT four weekly Issues. anid 7t.
the an
came assist with the remodeling funds Mrs. Oscar Partney, winning In Jacksonville were dinner guestsof at Ktarke Fla., thin Nov. U. 1B41. Witness my hand and official seal :;:' Court 1111:
warehouse In Live Oak and possibly Shaw last OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomanAs .. 'rty.Do/; :: an. J&
Mrs. B. <
and their plans will be announcedIn bingo, each received thrift stamps Mr. and 11-144112-5 at Htarke. Fla, this Nov. 18 1941 Pit.IN klolt,
.Clerk of said Court.
represents the finest gradeof I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. Thomas
the near future. as prizes. Delicious refreshmentswere Sunday. D. Byron King Jacksonville, Fla.Atty. As Clerk of said Court 11-14 4t 12-5 -
timber available. The house Is served Mrs. W. E. Lewis and Mr. and for PIt. O. A. Stephens, Jacksonville Fla. CIRC'I'IT

to be modern In every respect and AT TUB CHURCHES Mrs Cecil Lewis of Plant City Atty. for Plf. (01'N'rY' COIRT ''' J;

adds another borne In Hampton Baptist-Rev. C. A. Warren of E. A. Bradsbaw, of Puerto were visiting relatives here this IN COI CIRCUIT'%TY FLORIDA COURT,I BRADFORD IN CIIAN- ('KIIY.Frank Mlkulaa'LORID\. U ra

LEAVES FOR ARMYJ. Alachua Morning and. evening Armuelles Panama, arrived Nov. 'ERY- IV ('IRC..ITCOlfRT.. BRADFORD Louise M. AUkula",
6 to join bis wife and son, Enis week.Mrs. MaryA -n s Hardy Plaintiff vs. COUNTY' FLORIDA IN CHAN. No. 188(. J, AefenAae
C..Wynn, eon of Mr. and Mrs worship. extended E. J. Driggera: son. James Joseph Hardy, Defendant CERY. ORDER OF
C. C. Wynn. left Monday for Jr., who are making an Marvin, of Llthla spent last week Case No. 1566.ORDER Joseph Outdo La R ssa. Plaintiff STATE Pl"Bl.JrATIOk
Frederick Watterson of Jack- visit with Mrs. Bradshaw's par- Mrs.J. OF PUBLICATION vs. Helen Morrill Crudelle La OFE APPEAI\
Camp Bland .. Mr. Wynn Is with. Mrs. Drivers' mother, NOTICE TO APPEAR ROfisa Defendant. Case No. 16KB. M. ula. whune Re : to
sonville spent Armistice Day with ents, Mr. and Mrs. R.' H. Cox It win .tddeq1n,
trying to get Into the Signal E. Norman. STATE OF FLORIDA to: James N b
? his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mr, and Mrs. Reese Bradley of and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and Joseph Hardy, Orderly St.'. Mary's ORDERAPPEAR You are required
and does not Mr. to
Corps at present Wttterson.Mr guests Sundayof Corner St. Marks Are? & STATE OF FLORIDA to: Helen flamed U4Z. 4 16 oa,
Jacksonville were
know 'to which camp be will/ be Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner spent Buffalo Ave., Brooklyn New York. Morrlll Crudelle La> Rossa co. M... yCont' In .
and ,Mrs. J. E. Adkins and Mr.. and Mrs. Joe,M. Bradley. with Mr and Mrs.Bishop You are. required to, appear on and )Ir.. Tony Racine North plaintiff seeksand "boo
assigned, Mr.' and Mrs. .J. G.' Adkins were Mrs. W. C. Caldwell of' Lake Sunday I I January 6th.?; 142, In the above, rand Avenue, .Poughkeepsle, New County Telegraph hhgHN ere
-of LaCrosse. wh..elnplaintiff York. Older innext
Thomas named Court and oaune tour
Rowell shoppers In Gainesville Monday.VANDERBILT Wales Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.; You to Witness
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Miss Doris Strickland was seeks divorce and custody are required appear on my hand and
In Ca. G. Caldwell for several weeks. of children. Bradford County Telegraph January Oth., 1942. In the above at I'ItRrkto.' FIB this oicOFFICIAL .
pent Sunday Waycross. visiting her mother In St. Augustine shall) publish this Order In ( i" 'II I
Merl Johns of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Cox and Sunday. next four weekly Issues. named Court and cause, wherein A.Clerk of paid! Cnurl.ll.ltAtl .
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford o. A.
pent Sunday with Bolen Johns. By Miii Velma Norman daughters were guests of Mr. and at Witness St..rke. my Fla hand, this and Nov.official It 1941.seal County Telegraph shall publish this for'Pllens' JackooaYl1Ie,
Mrs. Lettie Parker, Miss Jean- Mrs.,V. N. Geiger in Jacksonville (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAa Order In next four weekly Issues. I .
ette Parker and Raymond Parkerof G. C. Norman of Malone was Lawtey MethodistThe Clerk of said Court. 11-14 4t 12-6 Witness my hand and official seal =---
Sunday. at Stnrke, Fla, this Nov. 13 1941.
Starke spent Sunday with! visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.. Public Stenograp
of Mrs. J. C. ''Wallace Herbert Hazzard, pas
Rev. 1f
Clerk of Bald Court.
F. M Norman, Monday and Tuesday 4t 1S-6
friends and relatives here. are saddened by the sudden death I tor of the Law t e y Methodist ('OI'VTY, FLORIDtl IN LIIAN. Miss Carol White
of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Kite 1 .nd I Misses Margie Reddish and Saturday of her mother, Mrs. I Church, announces that the Rev. CERY.Lola. Hopper, Plaintiff, vs. JamesD IN: CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD I In

?j) Claude May spent Monday at Gulf I: Velma Norman attended the Elizabeth Mynlhan of South Jack- O. C. Powell, pastor of the Starke 1679, .Hopper, -Defendant. Case No. COUNTY, FLORIDA I IN: CHAN. W, T. Clute's'Office

f' Hammock. sonville. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Kite, Methodist Church, will deliver the ORDER OF PUBLICATION CKRY. I I I 119 East
Georgia-Florida football game In Richard V. McNulty, Plaintiff va. Call 81.or
f' M. L. Wtatterson and Lacy Jacksonville Mrs. J. G. Godwin, Mrs., Paul Mc- sermon ate the morning service NOTICE TO APPEAR Wllhemlnla :M. McNulty, Detendant.FUNERAL .
Saturday. STATE: OF FLORIDA to: James
t Wynn were business ,visitors In I lendon Mrs. Morgan Richards, and hold the Second Quarterly D. Hopper, whose residence IK Un
f, Trenton Monday. Harold and Eugene Bloodsworth Mrs. B. Hershfleld, Miss Ruth Conference In'Lawtey on Sunday. known.

I Mr.. and ..Mrs: S. Andrews of of Raiford were visiting Milton Hershfleld, and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier Miss Catherine Young will sing a January You are 6th.required, 1942, to In appear the above on 'DIRECTOR

j Jacksonville spent Sunday with and afternoon.Euston Norman here Sunday attended the funeral Monday. solo accompanied by Miss Easley plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein My Many Tear Experience Mal tea It Possible for Mi to Rt.le

i' the latters father, Mr. C. M. Den Mrs J. P. Cogdell and Mr. and Shuford at the piano.' County Telegraph shall publish this, EFFICIENT PROMPT an,. COURTEOUS SERVICE
ii Mrs. Eugene Ellis and children, held at 10 Order In next four weekly
I nlson. Mrs. Wayne Cogdell of Gainesville Bible School will be Issues. MODERATDeWITT :B PRICES
> Marlon and Ina Lee of Worth- Witness my hand and official seal
Mr.;:,and Mrs. A. L. Olson arrived visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul a.' m., and the evening1 service at at Starke. Fla., this 11. 1941. ? Saturday 'from Corrington, ington Springs, were visiting Mr. McLendon Sunday.Mrs. 7:30: p: m. A Thanksgiving theme (OFFICIAL SEAL) NOV.t. ThomasAs

Conn. They, plan to spend the and Mrs. F. M. Norman Tuesday. .' H. L. Parker Is visiting will ,be observed, with the pastor Francis Clerk of if said McHale Court.,1.14, Jacksonville 4t 12-5 Starke Florida

, 'winter. k Mr. and Mr.: Levy Norman and relatives in Jacksonville. using ,as his text 2Tne: goodness Fla. Atty. for Plf.

" Mrs. ClYde' Rahme. Mrs. Roy family were shopping In Jack- Marshall and John,'Bouvier of of Cod leadeth..ttiee"to repent

Starr, Mrs. G.: W. Rahme, and sonville Saturday.F. Miami accompanied their mother ance." ,

Mrs. Ethel Jones' spent Wednesday M. Norman and son, Russell, I Mrs. J. A. Bouvier, home Saturday A 15 minute song service will

in. Palatka as. ,the guests., of made, a business trip t 0 High -enroute .to-New Bern, N. C.i. OP"II'' the"meeting, and. the publicIs Phone 109 We D lJverGuy'

Mrs. CharlieDyal.' Springs.last Saturday.Mr. to attend the funeral of Commander welcome. Leila's

and Mrs. William Sapp and Everette Nice of the' Navy ,
:Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dees of I N CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
Plant City are spending the week family, Miss Ruth Alvares and who died there suddenly Friday. I COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHAN- Market Large 8 x 10 THE SMARTEST IN

with Mrs.'' Ethel Jones.Mrs. Mrs. Emory Johns were shopping They returned to their home' In CERY.Joseph I* Johns. Plaintiff v.. Groceries ,- Meats Fresh

J. W. Home and children, In Jacksonville Saturday. Miami Tuesday., I Eugenla Florence John. Defen- COIFFURES AND
Milton and Euston Norman attended dant. Case No. 1518.'I Vegetables Platinum;i Toned
Betty, Wagner, Jr., and Billy Mr and Mrs. Goodman and son ORDER OF PUBLICATION
pent'Monday in Gainesville an outdoors party In Ral :Marvin of Jacksonville were 'I NOTICE TO APPEAR, Quality Merchandise: Low WEARING APPAREL

Mr. and Mrs. O. I* Harrisonof ford Tuesday night. It was for guests of Mr. and Mm. L. A. Wiggins STATE Florence OF Johns FLORIDA, whose tel residence Eugenia j j'j
Prices PortraitChoice
WildwOOd had as their Sunday he Intermediate boys.of:: ; Ralford Sunday. la Unknown. "
Baptist Sunday School. You are required to appear on Phone H9
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Wynn Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Kelly and January 6th, 1(42 In the above 225 S. Walnut St. ( of 4, Poses)
Mr. and Mra. M. L. Watteraon Mr. and Mrs. H. L. 'Normanand children Billy and Pat, are leaving named Court and cause, wherein

and ''children, 'Harvene and'Fred family were visiting relativesIn Thursday for their new homeIn County plaintiff Telegraph neeka divorce.shall publish.Bradford this Coupon With $5 in .

erick. Woodlawn Sunday afternoon. West Palm Beach.. Order In next four weekly issues.
Witness my hand and official seal Purchases For With
$5.00 Cash
Mra. William Grossman anc. little .t CT, rke. Kla. till NOv. 1941. Every
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. .I: Thorns.
: son, Billy, of Hartford, C0n., AeCI.rkof' said rYiurC. II-I' U 11-5
,'2" ... Regular Dinners, 'Short are visiting their uncle and aunt, Francis M. McHale.. Jacksonville, SAVE YOUR SUPS -
Fla. for pit. ,
Atty. 25c and 'CouponREGULAR
Mav and Mra. B. Hershfleld, while '
t: ': Orders & Sandwiches Lieutenant Crosnnan la on' 'maneuvers -
in South Carolina. COUNTY, FLORIDA. I. IN CHAN-
iiJd;.. TRY OUR DELICIOUS HOME .-- CKRY.Thelma Bradley- plaintiff) vs. i ,<,.'
90rlltwJfaery.l Robert Bradley, Defendant. Case "
M4DE'CiFFTE'v.' No. 1S80. $2.60 VALUE
Yee'THE "())Kr>FI* or'PUBLICATION ."Monk" Dinklna > Carpenter I
No'ii'"E TO APPEAR .'j l' '. '.11" ', r '. ..Sr (I .
I OF FLORIDA to Robert
A & A, CAFE J"6 known.Bradley,- whose "residence !I. Un-, Service Station 'r' i n- ..r'. The Rexall( Store

You are required to ,appear on Confer ',and-Platt Sts
of Carpenter's <; -iTcpaple ; -
Back January named Court ith.,. and 1142,cause in the wherein above Phone 64

..........1A1VC..MOSI BaOM plaintiff seeks divorce and custodyof
child. Dradford County Telegraph
Obtain Your Coupons Corner Call & Thompoi
1 With Each
ahall publish this Order in Coupon .
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next four weekly Issue
Witness my hand and official neat From Cooperatlng-
at Htarke. FIft, this Nov. 13. 11141. GREASE JOB OR With Every $1 Purchase
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. ThomasAs Merchants
Clerk of said Court. 11.14 4t 12-6 OIL CHANGE
DV ohoGE1V Ham B. Wilson, JacksonvIJle, Fla.
pR R Atty. for PIE-

Katherine R. Davis Plaintiff v.
Richard L. Davis, Defendant. Case
No. 1570. Bon Art Studios
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONNOTI"Jo Bradford CountyTelegraph
U DavU, of Boston, Massachueetts. -
145 W. Call St. ,
You are required to appear on
H I 6 6 January 5th, 1942 In the above ST A KE', FLORIDA
1 named Court and cause, wherein Phone 174 With Every
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford One Coupon
County Telegraph shall publish this
Order In next four weekly Issues. Renewal l
Witness my hand and official seal With Each $1 Purchase Subscription or
at Htarke Fla., this Nov. 13, 1941.
a- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Aa Clerk of said Court., 11-14 .t 12.5
Ralph r. Rnmedy, Jacksonville, Fla.
Atty for PIE

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mER 11. 19-11
Brooker Greenwood with Mr. and Mrs Brannen. TIIERESSABy iv: nnrriT COIHT BRADFORD
Brevities coi'ITY, ri.niiiuvi 11 CHAMt ,I'
.\ By Minnie Lee .nn.le [ Miss Dottie Griff spent Thurs- Mrs II. I). May IRY.Urlnkloy.
ruts7't:, u.-t.. Paster7M day with Mrs. Daisy PrIngle and Crlbb, Plaintiff, ... I
1II..trd Edna Kiila Cribb, Defendant. Can
; !w. W.I..t: M, By Mrs. Kldon( Hardy MISS Mr. and Mrs. Louis White of Mrs. J, C. Pringle. We are glad to welcome Miss No. 1880. I""I
$'orluh'IP 011:00 A. M. TANSY THOMAS I OKDKR. or rrntjrATioN1 IIi
: Edmondson
Jacksonville stopped for a few Patsy back home
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hosier of
1 WorahtP 7:00: MOO: P. MMnemlnesrY OK hours Friday nIght, with Mrs. Jacksonville were visiting relatives again. Se is employed! In the STATK OF FIO1UDA. tail Kdna
0'1011 W..hIP 8:00: P. M.rllts'r The Brooker Community, under HAROLD W. SAI'I", Daisy' Pringle while on their way here Sunday afternoon. city hall at Starke. Kula Crlhh, ro ('It) Cate Fair '
the able leadership and The ( Illuff. North Carolina.
marriage Miss
Pansy to Georgia. I Clyde Hall was In Starke Sat You, are required tn appear on
Mr. and Mrs Joe Griffin of i
METHODIST: efforts of Mrs H. H. Howard Thomas, daughter of II h., In above
....... Mr. and Mrs. January 142 the
.... Waldo of Auburndale urday afternoon. I
.1. Prlngle
; ; ,
Co. ( aaalsted by her willing Jim Thomas of Starke spent Sunday afternoon named Court and cause, wherein I
th committee, Lake Butler
11t..tIt'b to
arl bas been visiting relatives In this plaintiff neekM divorce Bradford ,
:10 Miss Minnie
: with B. E. Rosier and mother. Swindell of Jacksonville
!'chool 10:00: A. won first prize with their out Harold W. Sapp. son of Mrs. ('ounl, Telearaph. ehall publlKh this "I
daY Worship 11:00 A. 1\1. standing community exhibit Nora Sapp of Jacksonville section for the past week. spent the week-end herewith Order In next Four weekly Induce.Wltnena \
PWonhlp08:00 M. at and )'tr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. my hand and e.fflcle.1 '
M. Bradford
nil P. the County Fair. Many Brooker was solemnized at 3 P. SAMPSON CITY Meat at Htarko Florida, this November ; .
NngdneedaY 8:00 P. M. Miss JeweU Pringle were visiting
Wor hlp S. R. Swindell. Uth, 1541.OFPICiA1. .
prizes were also awarded M. Sunday In the home of the By Sin. J. E. Jones .
St.. and Mrs. Clyde Johns of ( HKAt.) A. J. Thomas
RP''COPAL'r. to Brooker citizens who so bride's parents in Lake Butler. Henry Hard. and Frank Ke- An {'I..rk..fd\ Court 11.14 4t 11-1
M.."ARK'yred .V.-. K....... eagerly contributed their products Rev. C C. Butler officiated in the Water Oak SUnday. Mrs. Kirby Smith of Hawthornewas aley were in Starke on business Nathan. Hrhevlts. Jackaonvllle, Vim.Atty. 1
r Plf.Beware
....... Street
fW,. School N, ( 10:00 A. M. and articles for display to presence of relatives and a few visiting relatives here one Saturday '
,eh Worohlp 1100: A. :M. help make the undertaking a sue. close friend EVERGREEN day this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. Stewart were! )

daY day v evening Evening: T:30 7:10: P.P. 1\Jor.a (.. cess. The committee wishes to The bride was lovely !n her Bj 1\,_ F. A. Bonier I Mr and Mrs F. P. Jones and shopping In Starke Friday. Coughs t : ,

:y'Day. 10:00: A. M. thank everyone w bolO whole- sport dress of soldier blue crepe, Mr and Mrs. Cheatham Peeleof little FrankIe were recent guestsof WITH TUB lirRCIIKS
heartedly cooperated.The worn with a corsage of white Jacksonville spent Sunday here their grandmother Mrs. S. E. from common cold
ypaT. PHIMBYTKHIAWCATHOMC.... Pa.t.r :Brooker School won first crysanthemums and baby breath with Mrs. Hester Sapp. Jones and were dinner guests of Rev. Jones of Jacksonville held
r.. .a a". .rl"s4S C".n' Bt.nday prize In school exhibits. The marionette fern. Her only attendant was their uncle E. D. Jones. his regular services at the Bap- That Hang On ij
Mrs. Maggie Forsythe- returned \
A. tist church and Sun-
10,0: show Saturday ,
Behool 11:00 AMM.ier won a blue ribbon Mfs. Norman Wiggins of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brown of I
Crusades Worllhlp' 1.00: P. M.rmedtate of which the ninth grade is very cousin of the groom. Sunday after spending the past Sebrlng are visiting here this duy.Don't Oreomulston relieves promptly because t
P. M. month In Jacksonville with her it right to the seat of the
Youth 0:00: proud. The diversified exhibit weelc. forget Christian Union goes \, I
Worship TOO: P. M. The bridegroom had as his best children. trouble to help loosen and expel
ning caused much favorable comment man his only brother, Harry Sappof Rev. and Mrs. Mlnshew were every Sunday night and prayer germ laden phlegm and aid nature I I
especially the Old Log Cabin Mr. and Mrs. Roy Saunders of meeting every Wednesday night to soothe and heal raw. tender Inflamed i
FDWAKO' Jacksonville. dinner guests of Mr. and Mra. E.
r., Tues. J. M.....,.. P..ter Pioneer! School and children made Jacksonville were visiting: B. E. at the Christian church and Sun bronchial mucous mem i
ye..le A""'.... ')y the Junior High grades. After spending some time with Rosier and mother Sunday. D. Jones Sunday. day School at the Baptist church branes.Tell your druggist to sell you' ,, .
I IY MDlrl.'u.nke.: their guests, the couple left fora Mr. and Mrs. Russell Redding A large number of relatives attended every Sunday afternoon. Every a bottle of Oreomulalon must like with the the way understanding it iI

day Mass aee: A. A.M.M.fO.PEL TRUSTEES RE-ELECTKD short wedding trip. On their and son spent Sunday afternoon a birthday dinner at the on. Is cordially Invited to attend. quickly allays you the cough or you an I !\
ok PaY Maea:00 C. C. Melvin, R. E. Hazen and return they will make their home with Mr' Jean Catkins home of Hiram Prescott Sunday. to have your money back.CREOMULSION. \
TABERVACUBlwj. : H. B. Crosby we r re-elected In Jacksonville where Mr. Sappla Mrs. Herbert Norman and baby Mr and Mrs. W. H. Smith madea Clyde and Dill Hall and H. D. I
a' T. WmUtler S..e.OIService trustees of Brooker School In lastveelji's connected with the Naval Aair and :Mrs., Bill Spears and children business trip to Jacksonville May were business' visitors to III
7J P. M. for Coughs Chest Coldslroechi' "
election. Station. '
daY Service. 7:30: P. M. of Ratford spent;Sunday here Monday, Gainesville Saturday. .
UTTLJB MISS PARKKR; Out of town guests"were:' Mr. ..,_ nrtr
HIGHLANDJ HONORED I and Mrs. Norman Wiggins of .

Mtos Beth Wfcnbarly Mra. L. L. Parker entertained Jacksonville Mrs. Jim Mott and :
Bonnie of Brooker Mr. and Mra.I .
Saturday afternoon when she Invited #
Winifred Wimberly I Robert Ward of Starke. Mr. and '
all Shirley Ann's little ,{
Nelson playmates '
with T1+
w days I Mrs. E. A. Sapp of New River, I
this week.s. make merry with her. k
- of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McKInney .
returned to and white were carried out
Lacy Norman of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Carl
In decorations ,
and the refresh-
[home Tuesday after spending 'I' Wynn of Hampton Mrs. D. Hunt 1 .
ments added much gaiety. Lovely .
IT days with her parents Mr.I IMrI. of Mulberry. Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Grlffls, of Law- gifts, contests and games, n .jt ,
Sunny I
Kelley of Brooker Mr. and Mrs. : f
of all pinning a goat's tall on, t
Harry Sapp of Jacksonville, and '
caused much and fun. 'tJ
laom Davis left Wednesfor laughter I Mrs. Nora Sap of Brooker, --
[ her home In Belle' Glade Later the children were invited mother of the groom. I
pending a few days with Into the dining room where the

and'Mrs.:S. C. ''Harley." beautiful, birthday. cake centered I I LADIKS SEWING CLUB
Prescott was a visitor to the table. Mrs. Parker, assisted Members of the Ladies Sewing r
vllle Thursday. II. | by Mrs Luther Sowell, Mrs. Club met at the home of Mrs. J. -

S. C. Harley was a visitor V. Hazen and Mrs., Clyde V'I I K. Douglas for their semi
|tarke Thursday of last week.I) nerved cake and punch to t h monthly meeting Tuesday after- t .1

J. R. Smith of Baldwin many guests who helped Shirley noon.

| visiting friend. here SaturN -. Ann celebrate her fifth birthday. I(I After a social hour Mrs. Doug. a. u t t dIj;
The young guests were: Mary las assisted by Mrs. Fred Hazen 1.,1. r a.al/aa

11. T. Green and children Francis Hazen, Eloise Gainey, served pear salad, saltines and ,
ton were visiting here Sat.y. -I MarcIa Kay Hazen, Jimmy Hazen, ,' coffee to those present. ,I t tI'
Jean Tyler Charles Hazen, Julian :
Hazen, Shirley Nell Green, Billy I'I Mr and Mrs. Harold Sapp of .. _-> J
Moore of Lawtey was aor
e Rhlmes, Earnest Douglas, Bobby Jacksonville were week-end guestsof ', :j,
here Saturday. Hinton, Charles Hazen, Carolyn I Mrs. Nora Sapp. They attended I II'
Winifred Wimberly. Miss '
II. Kelley, Charles MUton the Sapp-Thomas wedding :, !
Ricks and C. M. 'Grlffls I
Mott, Kenneth Mott, Minnie Lou Sunday.Mr. -
to Alma, Ga., Thurs.
11 trip I Hazen, Betty Long, Juanita and Mrs Duncan Stone and _
Feagle. Milton. Hicks, and Lucian son of Starke were visiting Mr. IIUI
and Mra. Lacy Norman and
'' Stokes. and Mrs. C. C.. Dees Saturday.Mr. I
Cecil Hardee visitors'
and Mrs. Raymond Crews
arke Monday. I I BRIDGE CLUB I :
and Marjorie Sue of Jacksonville
M. Grlffls and Frederick! Mrs. L.: O. Hazen, whose home t e =
I .I were week-end guests of Mr. and J 1 I!
itt were visitors to Lawtey was tastefully decorated entertained

I I Club Thursday members afternoon of the, from Bridge 3|Mrs.Mr.O.and W. Mrs.Barry.J. W. Thomas ) t : 'H I

day.EE| If Excess Add causes untUS.: After several progressions .id .Wayne' were visiting Mr. and C 'J'

,you. *u Stomach Mrs. Estelle Harrison receivedtwo 101n. C. A. Crosby' and family t tj
Sunday. n *
Ulcers, In tingGa.It.artburnt3.lchlnrr' and"Mrs".' Guy Harrell won bingo, I-IMr.. and Mrs. Artford Brown ,

*fet a/><.sample oTUDCA two novelty elephants. ,and son of 'Sebring and Mr., and [ .
|I Mrs. Hazen served doughnuts Mrs. Sanford Rltclt and son of
11 r>.. Interesting booklet atRi'ENTEIVS
[ II and coffee to those enjoying the Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs
DRUG STORE I afternoon with her. IL.| A. Brown Sunday :
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Les'r LADY you live in a modern world. Your streamlined automobile C' '

whisks you'around the town. your vacuum cleaner lightens your :

burden and a flick of the radio switch brings yon news and enter- a I )

"I tainment from all parts of the world. r ;


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veniences. And if you're really up-to-date you probably use these i

two modern products in your home Twin-Pack Bread and Redi,1:,1 x

Cut Cake-in the clever new packages designed for your convene' & ', :.i

definite thrift too. '. :' { '
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Twin-Pack is the only bread that gives you twin = 41

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half the other remains fresh in the protective dou- Sou/hern rj

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thrifty too, with new found freedom from stale BREAD J .

bread waste. And because variety is always desire-4 : J

No.6. WMEIE WAS TIE ble your grocer has two kinds: All White and Half- i

"IEMILIC IF FLOIIIA". Strategiopointiaheml.pheredefense North Whlte-Half-Wheat. t ,fl.;
then as now, l
riorida saw in 1813 a rollicking crowd of ',1' II

SOOPatriot flare in rebellion against Spain
to forestall English selanre of Florida. ,aw Thousands of thrifty Southern housewives will! tell V :"

Under the leadership of General George *..; you that Redl-Cut Cake Is the most convenient new }ll I

Matthews these hardy pioneers took over l>*. wrw cake idea in years. 8 big slices of luscious 2-layer .t ,:

the Spanish fort at Fernandina and set." j .. :, gold cake on a tray, in separate compartments,ready : t

uptheshort-llved"RepnbllcofFloeida sliced, ready to serve. A replaceable cellophane wrap. ," .

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for refreshment remember this fI m Z popular : Chocolate, Caramel, Lady Baltimore "'

and Variety i 2-ln-l ((4 slices Chocolate 4 slices Lady ".,

Florida Fact every day more and Baltimore)-only 29c each. .

a more discriminating: Floridians are j4' ;'1T;' r.,,,, .E..as Ya//

turning to JAX Beer, Ale, and Stout '

i for real refreshment. For JAX is a !
Are you njevinf; th. convenience of I..... modern -
quality brew made by experienced product. If not, rliit your favorite food .
store end alit for Twin PotV. Bread and Kedi-Cut ,.
American: brewmasters from choice Cek. today..

appreciated American: materials.throughout Known Florida since and: "" $ 1Q6 ,"J / S outhern t

1914, no wonder you hear on every

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Presbyterian AuxiliaryMet "Women In Education" Junior Women NAVY' FOR UNCLE SAM'S SAILORS r-

TuesdayThe Discussed At ClubBy Plan Work Program ,. I {?:.

Methodist PastorThe meeting of the Junior
Ladles Auxiliary of the Regular
Woman's, Club was held Wednes- ..egt
First Presbyterian Church met Woman's Club met Wed- rut
club building
In the
day night
Tuesday afternoon at the homeof afternoon at the club
Mrs. William Norris with Miss Hope Haynes presidingand
house for the regular November Mrs. J R. Wainwright actingas r -
Miss Lucile Mitchell had chargeof ,
meeting. As this was designated secretary.The .
the Devotions In which she
Education Week Mrs president appointed
all National ,
combined the Armistice and
Frances Peek as chairman of a
.o Thanksgiving Day thoughts, givIng H. C. Ritch, chairman of educa- committee to Investigate possibilities F 7

a short meditation and a tion, introduced as guest speaker for working with the American -

wa poem. the* Rev Q. C. Powell, who In- Red Cross of Bundles for

dn The Rev. Chas. Allen had splrlngly spoke on the subject of'Women Britain. Plans were discussed fora

charge of the program and gavea in Education." dance to be given on Thanksgiving
brief meditation on the mean- Eve in the Armory Miss!
rpL I Miss Evelyn Stump, In her usual
+ ing of peace as found In the New Helen DowlIng to be in' charge.
Testament. He then gave the I graceful manner, presided over The program committee pres-

members a Bible qulzr, which was the business session and Mrs. M. ented the year books, which are i

k4 l great ly'enjoyed. W. Morrow transacted the dutiesof very attractive, with a patriotic
The president. Mrs. E. M. secretary Mrs. L. A. Canova motif Miss Marguerite Deyorio
Davis, conducted the business session gave a report of the sectional was asked to take charge of. the .
and the society was glad meeting held In Lake City on the Club Scrap Book.
this month. The Tri ,
fourth of "
to welcome Mrs. Marvin May- Miss Faye Peterson, Introducedby
Federation will meet
hugh as a new member and Mrs. chairman, Mrs. Fred
,t q Newton, mother of Mra. Charles Macclenny on the 14th, and Mrs. Guy program, was the speaker of the evening THE NAVY DENTAL OFFICER pictured above Is workingon

fY' nr.. Turney. as a visitor to the meet- T.penter T, Long were and elected Mrs as D,delegatesto P. Car I discussing the points of parliamentary the teeth of an enlisted man in the ship's dental office

Ing. law which the club aboard the U.S.S. Salt Lake
: this meeting; alternates, Mrs. City 10,000ton'cruiser.Included .
Following the business session should .
I O. L. Beasley and Mrs. Edward' among the fifty-odd trade and vocational training
the hostess served delicious re- and cookies were served
freshments using the Thanks- five Burns.dollars The to club the voted Marcus to Fagg send during the social hour. courses open to recruits in the U. S. Navy or Naval Reserve

giving motif. Orphans Home In Jacksonville. who pass the required. examination is dental technician MINERAL AND VITAMIN RICHES FOR HEALTH

The club went on record as being WMU Methods Clinic schooling. This course, like all Navy trade and vocational (See Recipes Below)

WSCS To Meet MondayThe opposed to the removal of shade I The Baptist W. M. U. will con- courses, Is free and provides an excellent groundwork for a ''TOUR DEFENSE: HEALTH

Woman's Society of Chris- trees on East Call Street. duct a Methods Clinic at the First future career in later civilian life. All recruits receive their THIS WEEK'S MENU

tian Service will meet: Monday Mrs. J. W, Horne of Hampton Baptist Church In Gainesville\ on regular the 'Help :yourself to :your share of
Navy pay during period they are at a Navy trade Tomato Soup
afternoon, at three o'clock, at the was In charge of the musical pro- Monday, Nov. 17, beginning at 10 health by giving :your meals plenty'of Liver and
Methodist, church. .Programand' gram and she presented a groupof a. m. All members of the New school. This training is :valued at hundreds: of dollars.Methodist bellth-giving foods and ward-off Creamed Spinach Vegetable Pit

business played. First on the program was tend. r. monies: from not getting enough ofproperty Prune

Royal Service Program a,piano solo "Indian Dance" played ChurchA tlan be a good soldier? What ,balanced> food. BeverageRecipe Whip
'" by'Harvene Watterson; ("Ctrl- should be the attitude of Christian _
N SUNNY BROOK FARM Economy and health will be the Given
The regularRoyal, Service program blrlbea" was a chorus sung, by Christian In time of war will' people' In the present emergency key: words this season and throughout
o ofthe Baptist W M. S. will Marian Johns, Barbara Home, 'By Mlse> Arsula Crosby be the title of a sermon to be the country
P r' ? What was Christ's attitude by the ultraviolet rays of the I
'? I I'w be held at the Church at 3 o' Betty ,Horns. and Harvene Wat- Mr. preached at ,7:30, P.,-M. 'at the you homemakers sta.
and Mrs W. R. Halslop, toward a soldier? Paul's attitude That'* the
round-up of _
clock Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 18. terson, with piano accompaniment will have to-take v.
Mrs Inez Keljy'and'Mrs... MethoUlatCtourch"! ,by Chaplain ?"
by-'Mrs. F.'H. Long;' "Star- ; 'Ray your part'and Now how about, miner,),?
j lbr n light Waltz" was a piano number mono Crosby were attending to ((1st Lt.) B. M. Montgomery.. H. A. Carlton will conduct a build the back You've probably heard Out ]

s played by Betty Home; and theprogram business in Gainesville Thursday "Tbe Church people should come 30-mlnute song'Iervlce at the be- bone of the country need calcium to build good! I

,DR. CLAYTON W. waa closed by the group Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly spent out and give the former pastor a ginning-.of the services. I by feeding and teeth but did
,JONESTo singing '"God Bless America." Saturday In Waldo with their son- The pastor the Rev. G. C. your families food you know thatyou ,
warm welcome and a good con- i
in-law and Mr. and
N Recover Your During the social half hour the daughter I Powell, will preach at 11 o'clockA. that builds strong need it to
Mrs. Thurman Pons. gregation," the pastor, the Rev. help bloodto .Z
iAA bodies your
hostesses salad
served a course M. Church School each Sunday steady:
Health EventuaUyChlropraetlcWhy with hot tea: Acting as Hostesses Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and 3. C. Powell, said this week. I morning at 10 o'clock. Prayer nerves and high clot when you 1.
Mrs. Cl:' Mrs. Inca ,Kelly were visiting Mr. morale Fortunately, good, health- have a wound .. i
were: H. .Nasworthy Mrs Chaplain Montgomery will ans- services every Wednesday at 7:30P. :
Not Now? and Mrs Carl Dobbs in L k and that need.
A a e building food is not achieved you
Ht N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Mrs. J, W. wer several questions during the M. A cordial invitation Is ex- just
Widow Ladles and Working Kincaid Mrs. Jas. A. Lewis Mrs City Sunday afternoon.. course of his address. Among tended to the public to all these through more buying power but It al.o to regulate

; ,Girls Treated at Half A. H.. Johns, and Mra. \\.A.rthur. Yr, and Mrs. Jack' Ward and them are: "Can a sincere Chris- services. through wise buying. You ass use your muscle contraction? No L
PrIce McRae.\ family have moved to Crescent, canned vegetables or. lowpricedfresh keep from getting old I

Office 'J: Ga. They will be missed by their vegetables, cheaper cuts of definitely but if you've good ctlrii
4 k !{ tris. N8IDAJl'FER'S many friends here. among those attending the Ga.- Recent BirthsMr. meat, milk and canned fruits. deposits :you'll at least poitpoMt!
Over,Jacob's Store : 8KIUP INK ,- Ha., football game In Jacksonville You've been loti I age for awhile. Milk and p*
Mrs Arle Brown and family hearing about vitamins -
Starke, Fla. Pt,. 91. Qt. $1.75-BRADFORD attended the birthday dinner atMr. Saturday afternoon. and Mrs. Maceo Tyson, so cheek yourself en them: I vegetable burst with calcium

COUNTY TELEGRAPH. and Mrs. Hiram Presco rs Fred Ha'slopi! was In Jackson- Waldo boy Nov. 11; Mr. and Vitamin A is for resistance to In- I,them every day. Don't forget I
.. Mrs. Washington Davis I salad: carrots, cabbage and i II
ville Lafayette fection for and well-
'.' t. Sunday. Sunday.Mrs. growth general : expenelve'II
aren't too '
tt 'BORES FUNERAL HOME Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Crosby Carrie' Smith and Miss Starke boy, Nov. 7; Mr and Mrs. being. You'll need it for your eyes, I cry and they're calcium-rich.
spent the 'week-end with their Arsula Crosbywere visiting Mr. Louie Lewis Waters, Lawtey boy too. for poor vision and night blindness :
r; FULL LINE UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES parents Mr. a'n/d Mrs. C C. and Mrs. Britt 'Alvarez 'and Mr. Nov 7th; Mr. and Mrs. Sydney are common symptoms of the Phosphorus work together \
Crosby and Mrs.. Warren Kelly' of Pine Justice. Starke girl Nov. 6; Mr. body's lack of this ''vitamin;.You'll calcium in building bones
J PROMPT AND COURTEOUS# SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. J; R. Kelly vas Level: Sunday afternoon. and Mrs.. Ranxol Willis Rivers, find it aplenty; in milk butter vegetables nerves. ,Milk cereals,nest c
,...) ,- : Theressa; boy, Oct. 30; Mr. and green and yellow fruit and I eggs, nuts-all these have a I

,Phone )J 34?,StarrkeKeepWarm, I Mrs. N. Mi Bradley, Starke Nov eggs It', also*the'one(titai }in.wbtch phosphorus" content
8- ,:Jean :!fay the body:* Iron's a marvelous pep-yew
girl, Glfrla f youl" .stare; ,
; y
Carolyn Calls l lDo street e0 i\ Vitamin Bl,.sometimes'Called thl-' Not only does Jt guard agatattli

In Training School amin is for appetite and good diges- I ging energy but also digestive
turbances and general
tion. This .vitamin's -
Iron goes to work and makes r
for good i
Merle Henry. Letts of Starke, it
morale. If you'lllazy : red blood cell that are ]just
,'. bum 4 Pod don my yawn-!t with her gray-blue cape lettln'oft who recently enlisted In the U. S. grouchy or : the hardest working cell you'll i

4, ; In', folks. No. It Isn't the com- her white tresses r Bess the Navy, has been chosen as one of nervous look into ..,4, : find. The red blood cell taut
1 pany .. Jus' the fact that It. (;Mrs. Edward) Burns' stunnin' apprentice seamen qualified to the matter. The ,. I between :your lung and rent
t 1 1Y 1i i been the quietest week around new fur hat and matchln' muff study at a Navy Service School chances are that woo-- 'mile-long circulatory I1IteIll (

KEROSENE here for a.coon's age No football are soooo becomln Imagine He will be given 16 weeks of Intensive you've been neg ping off the, oxygen and eir

game, No big dance' Alice Graham's surprise when Instruction In the Aviation Jectin;' pork liver out. the carbon dioxide.

No Fair No nothln' .., If Ithadn't bridge) club guests she was entertalnin' Ordnance School at Jacksonville. What, enriched You need lots of Iron so don't t
been for the Ga.-Fla. gameIn tother night showered her He Is the son'of M. M. Letts of cereals and enriched bread a day on iron food That ra

AND FUEL ,OIL, Jax, the let-down .would have with kitchen utensils t o help Starke. and'.bread flour, and peab you'll be eating plenty of liver,i

been too, too severe.,. But you equip ber "doll house" Vitamin B2 i.' sometimes called lasses, oatmeal dried ajrfe

better relax while the relaxln's STENOGRAPH E A S NOT I vitamin G also and also goes under egg, whole wheat, lean beet from(i

i good for thlogs'll start poppln Wonder If there's any truth to PADS-loo e a o BRADFORJ) the name riboflavin. If your nails bage, oysters and raisins

i ii again when Bradford bowls'over the rumor that the boys'll return COUNTY TELEGRAPH: have been'brittle and grow slowly on.Iron
Phone ''85 Bolles (or vice versa) at Bradford early from Carolina because of and break off easily or your hair by Itself I I. apt to be mail J Jla '

Park tonight .- water shortage? Should have I Possum WoolAmerican and skin are generally in poor.con- y. It need copper to k N"
taken along some from here on dition, add some of these good get to work .o be sure
Got quite a kick outta watchln'Starke' We've got plenty to spare! sources of vitamin B2 to ;your diet: prune often, whole-grib
own Shakespearean ac- Barney and May Slsson's beloved I milk liver, eggs, cheese lean meats oatmeal dried fruit, liver sndj
i Standard Oil Co. and leafy vegetables. sters at some one of your
tor Edwin Southern do the trial Spotty has blessed their trailer
scene from "Merchant ''of Venice"at RI" Gums bleeding Teeth decay easily meal.
with five tiny terriers Quitea 1 It U rei
STARKE, FLORIDA USO Wednesday night coincidence George and Phillip ? Perhaps you're missing out on Iodine spells power.the thyrsi
After an absence of too, too many Manassa go In' to Blending on the vitamin C, for this, la the vitamin to your system by the Adam sSluggishneu

yean, Mr. Southers is back withus same day (Thursday) for their that: goes right into your system and Which I* near, mental and :phi

and his agility (as well as physical George lacks onlya helps you have good teeth and bones the result of lack of iodine or
ability) at the age of 81 Is truly few months of beln' 28, so he'sgot U your diet contains plenty) of citrus are
rold deficiency.
r remarkable Try acting all his fingers crossed En- fruits lemons;oranges, grapefruit, Seafood contains lodln, M ,
the parts In the trial seen your joyed chattin' with Doshia an' 2/omatoe*, fresh fruits and vegetates vegetables. Sal to
as garden
self.some time! Glad to see you won't have trouble with
t Artford Brown up from Sebringfor iodized to help out igicy.
teeth. bones, or wounds not healing.
Peg Erskine back on the job after
the week-end : and cranberries
} s takin' the count from malaria for I Vitamin D boosts vitamin,C and lying land near the sea are alaS *
a week And speakln' of the calcium Into action makes them of Iodine.
Going back to the Ga.-Fla. 'utilize the other vitamins and min source
USO, they're still talkin' around balances eaW: ,
STARKE FLA there about the patriotic way in game, Starke was well represented Jerals., Vitamin D Isn't easy to find Magnesium your mlIk
which Mrs. John Uglow spent as usual Among those I fit foods, although eggs, salmon, a* you're getting magnesium toe. $

Armistice Day Giving the sprinkled through the stadium .-tardlju'and herring contain some 'be getting leafy \' iThat's
PROGRAM 'WEEK BEGINNING NOV. 16 Club a group of luffly potted were Ed an' Lula Torode Al an' lof, it. Milk can be fortified with this ,I source are green YarD'm"
: vitamin I and then it is called "ir- the line-up.
Elvalee Manassa, Junlus an' Virginia both S
I SUnday. Monday-Nov. 18 A 17 plants to make the place more at- that food contain
radiated Most of many
Smith, Harold an' Martha common way mlnmJI
"MATA HARI"With tractive for soldiers this winter essential i
3 kinds of
getting the vitamin Is either through eral
Wall Frank
an' Carleen Lan- that
Greta Garbo and Ramon Novarro
milk of
I I drum. Pat an' Mary Patten Lil type; or by taking coo have to dos
"In the Groove News
liver oil in winter, sunbaths In the make the Job you ,
Sternberg an' Wally Stewart, P'
Hear the Gui
i4 lovely ( e summer for It Is formed in the skin Liver and VegeUble
Tuesday Nov. 18-TWO BIG FEATURES don Grill) Williamson Is Mrs. Jack Grace Green an' Emmett Rhodes, (Serves I to 8))
No. 1_LOVE CHAZY" Dot Green an' Gene Ward : ,
\ Palmer now Seems Abbie ;: :.- lilt pork
With Wm. Powell. Myrna Loy Knight and Do-Do (Dorothy), Pee Wee an' Eloise Durden %" pound cooked pork liver, ad
wI i No. "COWBOY AND THE BLONDE"With who've been cashiers at the Gui- Fran Opperman. Back Crawford LYNN IAYSIHere's lli;' cups .

WIi.r Geo. Montgomery don since it opened a year ago, Phil Manassa. Herbert''Green an' 1V4 piece sliced onion.
Candy Kid Cartoon resigned Monday an* left for Jax. doubtless scads of''others your guide for meal 1 cup diced carrots
,Q where the wedding was to take The town was jam packed an' planning for health: cup boiling water< '
M Wednesday Thursday-Nov. 19, 20 place Wednesday night The Grace Emmett. Dot Gene, Lil, Milk: % to 1 quart a day for 2H Itt tea.poon cups qulck.cookJrl' II
"BURMA CONVOY"(1JcImbed U Wally. Pee Wee an' Elolse rode each child and nursing mothers. and .a1t
from the air. Shelled from the ground.Twisting lucky, .bridegroom a Standing 1 Black pepper
lit] around all 'lookln for pint a day for everyone else.
civil ; Hear evening a ]
engineer Jimmy i
/ dodging with dliuuiter aU turn! ; 4 teaspoon cweomiterabin II IICI
every ) Vegetables 1 /
McLellan Is doin' bls bit for the place to light Seems everywhere : or more servings Vi tea.poon
With Charles Bickford Evelyn Ankers, Frank Albertson.Krye and
a day theMeafy.gxeen.or )-
Bell Telephone Co., by calling they went there was S. R. yellow Fry salt pork add i liver .
,.l .fe Luke Cecil Kenaway vegetables 1 of and
O. ; serving potatoes Cook oniOO.
News Musical Comedy Sportacope Polly Bundy from Carolina every : or sweet slightly.:
i; chance he gets Hilda Thompson until tender In bolting sad aM
111ti N 1111ti Friday. Saturday-Nov. 21. 22 Is spending this week In Great Pat Lamb. !s versatility Incar- opossum Is a flattering, Frulta: 1 serving of tomatoes, Drain measure liquid Add 'c

; a DOUBLE FEATURE-TWO BIG FEATURES Falls, S. C. (maneuver hqs. for nate! Seems she's equally young-looking fur when it trims grapefruit serving of, or oranges a day; 1 ter to make 2 cup. then
another fruit ,,
No. -SHOOTING HIGH" 31st Div.) with, her hubby Sgt.K. proficient wherever she's placed swank town and country tweeds It and meat to liquid a
With Gene Autry F. T.Merry. whether behind the counter sell- carries a message of style prestige Eggs: 1 a day or 4 to 5 a week., Ingredient and bring\ -fuI'

a No. "PILOT X" .. In' clothln, serving the public in wherever it goes, and this year Lean meat, fish, poultry: : 1 or boil stirring constant-

With John Carroll Knight always eats a a dry cleanln establishment, or fashion's spotlight Is showing it up more servings a day About % greased casserole with ais (o
: fore takin' In the decor a tin" window In more conspicuously than of a pound of meat or fish is the Cover casserole lilt
"Sea Raiders' No. 4 Dizzy Kitty Cartoon raw carrot a a jewelry ever. In silted dot
movies Says It helps her to store For proof Jus take a the picture we see American opossum quota. ing: Mix I cup /)c
Sat., Nov. MIDNIGHT SHOW 11:30 P. M. see from the back row Might look at the neat job she's done on accentuating the straight sil Cereals: 1 serving daily of en- teaspoon doublsaoainfalt! y

"ROAR OF TilE PRESS" try It some time when you're the Gem Jewelry window houette of a hunter's green wool riched cereaL u'bVsSori .bort.eniD', add
with! Jean Parker and Wallace Ford coat Three bands of the fur Bread and Butter: At uJ
crowded- out w. the top of the Wish I could be so versatile around every: tablespoond Ind'a' ,
StceamUne: Comedy balcony ., Aviators nibble 'ea As a matter of fact. I really CAN the/ bottom eel the skirt, and a flat I meal (about 6 r '.. r {
to aid In night flyln, :you know cook, but I can't find a man teeing ripple collar of this fur. add. Sweets: some"sweets, occasion.aUr son thickness i* *cult> ; ittt1 t
Nurse Margaret (Health who'll believe It : distinction to the pencU-ellm coat. to satisfy the appetite. This inch 8I
Says "
your -"
ly, i: Near The Magic VoiceRC4 New Living? sound] Unit)picture Hoxjwy these makes cool an mornings attractive (ever hopeful) Carolyn The tailed ripple-brim with stitching.fine felt bat Is de may occasional be Included piece In the o.dessert candy oran hot top.( (4A0 Fit degrees by ever'JUlMMd w..tcr1I1'fAI ) oYcn.' ---

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"onrmit;: u. 1941 N0 n '

.-- BITS of LOCAL NEWS I Thanksgiving Service
Be Lovelier"Only - -
Rev G. C. Powell pastor of the

[flute transacted business :Mrs. q. L. Patten and young Mrs W. B, Sewell and he Kathleen Norris Methodist annual Thanksgiving Church, will* preach.sermon the In Nr

ville Tuesday. son George Jr., 'of Tallahassee guest Mrs. H. D. Mendenhall Says : Starke this year. The services J

are spending this week with Mrs.Fatten's Misses Mary Lucy Mencienhall and will be held In the Presbyterian

aae Slbson Is acting cash- mother Mrs. E. E. Gayle Sewell. spent Monday in Church at 8 o'clock A. M. Thurs

e Guidon Grill. Canova. Jacksonville. >f Old Men andVomcn\ Eat Too Much\ day, November :27, and the Presbyterian

choir will furnish the /
d Mrs. IniMiami last Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford and Mrs S. P. Vamiivlere and "<>u
eral days little daughter Gloria l I and Stuart, of Tallahassee, were here i

mother" Mrs. Lette Stilley, spent for the Armistice Day holiday a vM School BoardAt

Sunday visiting relatives in Jack- visiting her mother Mrs. G. W t0 t1
;Knight recently at- sonvllle. Alderman 1 its regular meeting! last
I V, and sister Mrs. L. A. j
[ Court In Tallow Canova.Dr. week<< the School Hoard adde*
supreme ( e
E r $20 month to Nelson Orern'r
Mrs. J. J. ci per
Fitzgerald, who has yQr bun-driving salary because of ai
been visiting her son-in-law and and Mrs. C. F. Sayles were Th
extension to his route.
!t. Wimberley daughter Mr and Mrs,. :M. F. guests the first of the week of ; Superintendent was authorized to

I F. Sauls spent Wednesday Brown returned yesterday to her 'Judge and .Mrs. E. K. perrYmlln.I straighten; out the matter In connection
mvllle. home In Tampa. They were enroute to their %
I ''rr na? e1T C1 with the Eldon Sap p
the in Miami after spending the sum route. The Board also agreed to .

Scorothy Delevan her spent home In Miss Marjorie Stump who Is mer in Little Switzerland. N. C. allow the Laaenby children to attend -

d visiting .. teaching music i n Monticello, Bradford High School. '
bint.feternberg.. spent the Armistice Day holiday Mr. and ),{1'I'I.' W. O. Ellis, of 1 "v' .il aI 4 I IMrs.

here with her Plant City are new employes at s4s' I
parents Mr and Mx V B. Harrell returned
Sr:? of Orlando. Alexander's tl+ ,la fi
Mrs. F. F, Stump. store. For the past home the first of the week after
eat of his son* Nat Stern- five years Mr. Ellis has been man- 9 r spending sometime with her husband t

I family.I John M. Stymour has returnedto ager of the Williams DepartmentStore who la In Riverside Hospital -

Starke for the winter after In Plant City. He Is origin- < because 0 f being Beverly
I Wltkovskl is spending thisn the ally from De Soto County. "erwy t
her spending summer months with burned while working for the
JacksonvUle. relatives In Deleware and the eea' e w r r r Florida\ Power & Light Co. Mr.Harrell' .
( medical treatment. Mrs. E. M. Davis and Mrs. J.
New England states. friends are glad to know
L. Anderson and children Lyle that he la gradually improving

Temple of Tallahassee John J. Henderson, of St. Augustine and Janet attended the annual and the doctors think be will be
|e' guest Thursday of rela- County attorney of St. Homecoming at Archer last Fri restored! to health.
pr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Johns day. Janet Anderson remainedfor I s ; ,
was attending Circuit '
aA -
\ -
a Visit with her
Court here this week. grandmother, A tt l gh
I and Mrs. John Wilkes of Mis. Emma Anderson. la r

jnvllle were guests Sunday e t OFFICESUPPLIES
A. Z. Adkins. Mrs James Godbold returned Louis
e and :Mrs. Shafkin and Mrs. Ger-
to her home in Jacksonville Sun- trude H and 1 +
e Isman owners of
L. McArtbur Mrs. day afternoon after spending several military stores waafte r L
O. supply here have 0 t ,
jlvln( and Mrs. H. L. Hough \ days here with her mother') ,1 returned from New York City the brave deserve the fair" i v eta

jitors to Jacksonville last Mrs. W. S. Stroman and, sister after a 10-day business trip. Mr. -and "only the fair deserve the I,
Mrs. S. S. Dowling.Dr. 'I Shafkin' left \ aA
I again Wednesday fora brave. In these times when men A ,

few days In Miami. are so occupied with defense, women r ra s.sI' \ .
|nd Mrs. Elmo R. Struth of and Mrs... S. P. Vandivereare 17 1< and girls can maintain national t'

mvllle were week-end- guests guests In the home of Mrs. Mrs. H. D. Mendenhall and morale only if they look their best a .s ras

W. H. Struth. and- Miss Vandivere's mother Mrs. Q. W. daughter, Miss Mary Lucy Men- Just* soldiers tailors and mariner Is salsas AI 'I

truth. I Alderman. Dr. Vandlvere is in denhall of Tallahassee, and Miss required to keep their uniforms
I are To htar momm+', martyred dttcHption at h.rinf had e "bud night" and ./ "*
the ,Army and Mrs. Vandlvere is Gayle Sewell, who is ,
attendingthe neat, to shave every day, to keep
suffering "tAeie ivot* poor grtndp* uiw.yi hd *>./ re An eyes" I isfarMtee loving
rs. L. A. Canova J. J: employed in Tallahassee.Mrs. Woman's Colleges In Tallahassee 'thelr'lIaI1.1n order and to have good children eves !if Ittry dons show !s.
and Allen Canova haveransacUng were week-end guests of haircuts so should women be

business In Chit James Clark will leave the Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. especially careful of their clothes, By KATHLEEN NORRIS For Your Convenience

\\t week. first of next week for Ft. Sill. their complexions, their hands and old persons eat TO UJ"E-DON"T EAT The Bradford County

I Okla. to join her husband, Lt. Dr. and Mis. W. E. Middleton hair. The selection of stylish becoming MOST much. That is Of court, ito one expects i

Kay Alexander formerly Clark who haa been stationed spent Tuesday In Jacksonville and dresses and the use of cold they so often are you to starve But Kathleen Telegraph la Ever Increasing -
la there his of while there cream powder lipstick and nail polish Norris believes that of
under's. now employed following completion visited at the home many Its Stock of
and ,attention to the hair unhappy annoylrig,
main post exchange at an officer's training course. of their son and daughter-in-law' are the common ailments of older
| Blandlng. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. :Mid die ton, more important than ever before. and 111. people are the result of over Office Supplies Here
Here is a lovely New York creation
S. E. Sparks chairman of the I. who gave a birthday dinner for that carries out the trend of "dressier This is an unpleasant truth indulgence. They could get Are Some of The Many +
of Archibald' Johns will their I but it is that makes a most
ill Sue.
County Board of Public Instruc- daughter Marjorie dresses" and feminine elegance one along very nicely,| the maintains
; to learn that. he la ,111 at tion was' the guest speaker at an with Its smooth, slenderizing pockets important difference In one's on about what our Victorian Items Now Carried:

here following, a; alight Armistice Day program in the Mr. and Mrs H. C. Jackson I left and antique filigree gilt buttons. life, when it is fully grasped. forebears consumed al

| Tuesday. Lawtey Junior High School Tuesday Wednesday for a two weeks' visit The difference between feel five o'clock: tea You may feel Adding" Machine Paper'Carbon

; morning at 10 o'clock. with Mr. Jackson's parents, Mr. ing I young and cheerful and that her plan it too drastic:, Paper
I and Mrs. Roy Dial' of Al- and Mrs. Walter Jackson, in hope she will soon be well again. but Kathleen Norris'
to and feeling suggests
|Gi., spent Friday herd with Quincy 111. Quincy is the former Mrs. L. L. Connor of Gum eager serve that little Manila Clasp EnvelopesPay
Mrs. Charlea Larsen of Lake- heavy and old and ill is often you try to eat at ,
Yd Mrs. W. G. Halle. Mra.i home of Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Branch spent Monday with Mrs.H. rather than much '
week of at at you Envelope*
land is the guest this her the difference only between a
i Mr. Halle' slater and their family and this is their
brother-in-law and sister Col. and first visit "home" since coming to M. McRae.A sensible dinner and a foolish can Don't stop at merely File Folders Gem Clips
left Mrs. D. E. Knight. Col. and Mrs. birthday supper was enjoyedat "cutting down" on desserts,
Carrie Ritch Monday Starke eleven
years ago.
[tlanta, Ga., to see her sons, Knight and Mrs. Larsen spent the home of ,Mr. and Mrs. one.Two with gravy, not breadt and second: Ruled Index Cards. ..,

and Tom Rltch. who are Wednesday- / In JacksonvUle. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fountain Russell Thomas Friday night la mashed pork chops hot biscuits gravy a. helping!, Work out a tyttomatta Ink ,(Pints A Quart) t tC
potato dteV-and .tic* ,to it:
Its at Emory' ,Univemtty.v. I and Mrs. -R. A. .Thomaa visited honor of Mies 4Letha Mae,, Sta/- Marking
arid Clothes l
stuffed tomato" a cup custard navtf
*. h it An.} 'attractive yotingi new 'em- .pountaln' brother:R. L. C. Then you will 'nothing to ,

'. Grtffitf'spent.Sunday even- ploye at St mberg' ) 'Us Miss: ,Cecilia Thomas at Wildwood' over the ling.Mrs. can do you no harm while fear from the'fiftieth the' tif Ruled Legal Note Pads f r t y

i''IMKlohvUie: with 'blsowlfe' Dobbs formerly:.of Tulla- week-end. Mr. Fountaixt. ,.who has J. Underbill... of Sampson they remain in the refrigerator. fin and the Sftl "'''s. And,

II had her tonsils) removed homa,'''Term. "'She lithe' daughter been In the Army stationed at City w% visiting relativesand .. But once inside you Alley "betf of .#, ,you.tvon't' A.JnM; .' Manuscript CoversL'Mlmeograpk' ty '

Vincent's Hospital.' Mra.n't of Lt.: W. M. Dobbs, recruitingofficer Camp Branding, has received his friends here Friday can cause an amount of sheer misery boat vow*' loving family and Ieticiis j p

friends are'glad to'know at Camp Blandlng. Lt. discharge having been in the service Miss Vesta McRae Is visitingher that may end In death. Thousand friends with your complaints: .
[ the Is steadily Improvingnow I Dobba'baa been In the U. S. Army for more than a year and sister Mrs. A. F. Hall In of elderly persons kill themselves about ailments you ,have no ,

at the home of her 28 years and came to CampBlanding being past 28 years of age and Jacksonville.J. with potion every year-only butinetk having anyway. I Mimeograph Ink :t
J-law and daughter Dr. andC. seven months ago from married. it doesn't seem like poison becauseit
C. Mendoza. Camp Forest, Tullahoma Tenn. W. Budiilngton and Miss comes oft the family supper table.In Onion Skin Paper'3 I '

LEVELBy Vesta McRae made a business one New England town I visited about what our Victorian forebears Pencils '

PINE trip to Madison Monday.H. many years ago the old people spokeof considered "high tea." You 'won't e".

NAT SEZ Mra H. M. BfeBa H. Lewis and H. M. McRae "getting your shock" as though it eat more In 24 hours than they ate Pencil Sharpeners II
: was something the postman Infallibly In the of cakes, hot butUred
The farmers In this section arebegfnDJn& made a business trip to Keystone Duplicate Receipt Books
Are you troubled with cold feet and Heights Saturday. delivered between the ages of scones, tout cream Jam, matrons
killing potato
are you restless. at night do you I 55 and DO. and chocolates at the cozy five Rubber Bands 4 t tSalespads
for the market and
digging, some Remember the week-end ser- shock last win
feeling "Her father got bit o'clock fireside. Your breakfast win
In the morning
get up ,. some for home use. vices at Pine Level. Sunday Scotch Tape
bad! ter. Poor Maria's had her shock. be what It is new; most of us aren't
Mr. and.Mrs. Gene Pelcher of School every Sunday A. M. Cottage Why LUzle got her shock when she sinners at, breakfast Your lunch Machines
All of tbeee ailment can be Jacksonville were dinner guests prayer meeting on Tuesday watn't but 3J beats met" will be a big plate of mIXed salad Stapling J

avoided or cured. of Mr. and Mrs.. H. M. McRae night and prayer meeting at the In winter this particular family with slivers of chicken or ham or Rubber Stamps

Dr. Steinberg's prescription to so Sunday. church on Sunday, and Thursday which comprIsed several families, crab or shrimp In it, and some dark Note Pads

pleasant 'that even the children The Sing at H. M. McRae' nights. Everybody welcome. consumed meals that would have toast; and your supper will be a Stenographer

like It. Here It I III: One Part Wednesday night was well attended ,..U.lledlumberm.n. They were ailelderly bowl of soup more buttered toast, Typewriter Ribbons p

Wool Blanket at the) small cost in spite of the rainyweather. Active Sea Duty but they ate Justas they and some fruit. Not any more rich
of only 92.49. Repeat toe done If had In vigorous youth. Every!: meal meat sauces, gravies, starches, Shipping Tags

necessary.STERNBERG'S. Woodrow Bullock Thomas of was embellished with hot breads and heavy .w..... Your sweets will be Metal Rim Tags
Mrs. T. B. Hodge and son, Starke who recently enlisted in variegated Jams; we bad pie for about what your baby grandsongets

Frank were visitors to the State the U. S. Navy at the Recruiting breakfast and strong tea with thick ; cooked fruits an''occasional O. K. Paper Fasteners:

Farm Sunday. Station In Gainesville, has been Jersey cream late at night Dumplings cookie an occasional molasses taffy. Asco Fasteners

Mr. and Mrs. B.,M. McRae and ordered to'active sea duty. He ,turkey drilling fresh lob Achieve this by degrees, and you Paper
little sons Benny and Lynn spent baa lust returned to the Norfolk ster right out of the bay and hot muffins will And that this diet Is far more Card File Indexes

Saturday night I n Jacksonvillewith Training Station following nine were dally fare. filling than It sounds. And with It
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Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall.tWe days leave which he earned upon One woman complaining constantly comes freedom from all the choked ;

;.L are sorry to report the 111- completion of six week of recruit heartburn of and sick a headache dozen other vertigo all. poisoned dragging Ills of the body. Paper Clips

4 9- L 'of Mrs.. J. E. Starling: and tra1n1Dg.pdrenthood. menU, called down to her daughter did You at will the sleep age of as 10.soundly as you Clip Board Arch Boards ,r

,. each evening for a sherry and egg j We are very apt to feel we aging Expanding Paper Files

> iu i flip as a night cap. women, that the younger generationowes Metal Ffks
.Jtfi!; / Has, Become Borden I us something. But we owe M.

If all this resulted In a swift and something, too. Habitual complaint India Ink Wire Trays
clean exit: from this mortal scene ,
headaches we.r\!
of "bad> nights. ,
U wouldn't be so bad. But It doesn't. discomfort Marvel Punches
physical our
nesi : worry
''FOSTERING COUR/,GE IN CHILDHOOD The chronic dyspeptic the patientsufferer their ailments
children as nursery Scratch Pad Holders
,f. from bead colds and indigestion .
once worried us. To see Mama placidly
Hugh Walpole' novel "Fortitude" to a great extent responsible for headaches and chills, or pouring cream over her mince Ink Eraser Stick Files
eq Sledrerd Nlphtis 0'J 0'1 > Js a grand book for young people to developing the ct 1cl'. latent courage from that perpetual languor and pie. and then to bear her martyred
/ J read at the stage when whether or it we over-protect him in weariness that 10 many elderly Ring Binders
of bad bad
'" not they put it Into f words are childhood. If he Is never given the women think Is Inevitable at their description having a
An I: Proveci non.eheddlnR a; asking mselthemselves "Can I bear to opportunity to find out for himself these don't die. No night and of suffering "those spots I I'i
u .d klt'o" r.Dr/o wit k if I can't be the wonderful what be Is or im't afraid of. the age- poor Grandpa always bad before hit
e Booth .. Nl.lltr ear warm .. i ,' person I would like to be? Will I spark of courage may be snuffed they live on and on, a burden andope" eyes" infuriates loving children, RemingtonPortable
..ftll"lner. 8.s bow o' : .. to those who love them.
:I 'em In III. trill always have to do so many uncongenial out. "Don't climb. don't Jump even though they don't show It The
entlln' tA.ave. ,.ok.. the tasks? Can I stand It to don't run or you'll stumble" a And yet the fifties and the sixties one thing a devoted son or daughter ;
bi5"e war this nlahtle much sorrow and tragedyas chorus of don't from a JlUe..mother and the seventies can be beautiful health
face so wants from Mama or Dad Is
fop coa mfort If. at the liNk t''b'A; ? life seems to hold?" And the answer is certainly no training against year*, filled with vigor and
-.Iot ; ties at the t In bisstory the day when the child must strikeout and cbeertulncia. The old man or
Cho from i.e Hugh Walpole health and service and the Joy of .
soda'noUr/ Blossom. or Ber- t is "It isn't life that matters.It's for himself in auto traffic. life. There la DO key to that enviable woman may be cf real use and comfort ..,
Blu.. Elsa. It to t2. the courage you bring to It." Just so. the far greater heroism state more valuable than a determination to the younger household if be I
$298' But how far can a child: be given required to tackle on.'. Job to do to STOP STUFFING. or she can forget bodily discomforts .
courage and bow far is It born in the years of spade work necearyto long enough to find the opportunity -
him? The world has never bad so build the career which is so easy Some years ago I asked Irvin .

M large and so Inhuman a testing to dream about and so difficult to Cobb who bad been seriously in. A .,'. Last ".....
liD JACK" laboratory for finding tie answer to reach this type of courage, too. can the secret of bis restored health
s&oat'lieeved there questions as the present war be fostered in chijdhoo; To do I his Improved figure, his tremendously One of our popular American writers -
with Its piling up of horrors on civilian this, teach the child to have respect I increased vitality of almost 100 years ago tells In
r *. Trained psychologists study.fug for each step in the learning "Honey," ..aldhie old friend her biography of the desperate illness -
had 7r.
ej rayon. the amazing examples of child proc.... For example U U'. housekeeping mournfully "..m tryln to eat only of a beloved child of eight. He
Dlth eottb heroism during London's air raids the child is learning, help was Just rallying from typhoid It- y
s 'r twice too much from now on, instead
seals' clove ; P have come to the conclusion that her to see that a clean attractive when be chanced to smtll"Grandma's
a sett wool child like the genius, is house Is made up of clean attractive of five times too much! ver.
nefpwr{ Lag ,, I the born hero with this extraordinary capacity details fresh-looking cupboards Now, by these suggestions for an dinner" cooking and 95 Down
Blouorn o r K for courage Thus it is no reflection orderly drawers end closets old age that will seem like youth I his mother reports that the "sore little

.... Blue.11. .: -' on the average child that pictures straight-and that you don't mean merely I to cut down a mouth" asked wearily whit $5 Per Month

... .: I"'- me41_ '.',.," he Is not always capable of mastering don't acquire a pleasant home with lI.tle-on starches go easy on a second Grandma was having for Sunday y
t, of the band.
'Ie. his fears. one magic sweep cut of tout beef refuse the dinner.
.. ... But these same psychologistspoint : We seem to have come a longway third piece of candy. I mesa tryingthe The answer included rout goose BRADFORDCOUNTY
$1.98 out that too often a child's from the subject cf) courage. little of seeing how LIT- stuffing batter pudding fried onions
L heightened by the manner But It Is the person who has provedhis game
fears are and beaten biscuits. The sick child
TLE can eat Uat is, If you'regetting
of !ill upbringing. For while abilityto meet everyday problem you TELEGRAPHPhone
not be able to train be- without growing slack or .p In the roaring fortlee.Hspptoeee begged tor some.
we Dray any more than we can train bored who uauaBy baa the courageto Aha4. "What a Joy," writes the mother
roes.a child to be a great musician if tots 011 an emergency a* if You win find that you can live a of 1850. "to gratify my darling's last I 29

be bas no gift for music, we are it, too, were only a email problem. ae1 type of glorious life, on Just : it wib it rO'I"_




NOV 1 141941

Intk t.

and are not obvious on the surface, so it is Deeds Filed

The Bradford County Telegraph quite natural for those who do not take the 7/dtfJJu fr > \XASHINGTON Peter R. Perry, single, of St.

K..tabll"becl HOT trouble to investigate to inquire: "What Johns County, to Lloyd H. Jennings -

MfiMHEI2.NA1I good does' such an organization accomplish and Thelma Jennings, his !

.FLOEimPRESSASSOCIAnoi? ?" Here is a partial list of the activities Washington : : can understand the viewpoint wife, Oct 29;, F. C. Rollings t 'tn.. six

ORIALASSOCIA ION of the local Chamber since its reorganization lowing the is ready to accept, and which worth and wife, Annie B. Hol-
United feels, with deep conviction,
191 several weeks ago: James for the sake of our own de- lingsworth, to Loca Lewis, Oct. INCSERMO]
E. L. aiatrhewa ......__.. ..... Editor and O\r fied this we are not hastening fast
30; Luca Lewis, joined by her
A campaign was launched to welcomethe
--- many by b to the 'all-out battle-line. I
SUBSCRIPTION Ic %TIC soldiers home from Louisiana maneuvers reason why; understand how such a view husband, E. Lewis, to Security

Yearly $1.11J: Six Month, .'.00. Street banners' were bought and lomatic America's will in the support most belligerent form res Homesltes Corp., a Florida corporation ]

i His which it can be put and the Oct 30; Jos. E. Wilson ,
Published Weekly on FrUUye and Entered. as t Iee. erected on each main highway "WelcomeSoldier" RBV.
mean: We committee itself has aU but and wife, Alice Julia Wilson, to I ROBERT K I
eod Class Matter at the Pont Office at HUrke Fba signs were placed on every light navy as much: the battle charge. Logic

post in the city with red, white and blue tect goods consistency and war thus fall Melvin B. Futch and, 'wife Joyce; i
shipped to ; lock step. But I cannot under. i T. Futch, Nov. 3; Mantanzas Investment I I Union
BIBLE VERSE cloth draping the post. Placards were the perform the viewpoint which supports i with CArlat,
"If It be possible, aa much as lleth In you, inevitable pending action on the old shale Co., a Florida corporation Leaaoa J JCoUtn for Nowreie
placed in every merchant's window. Match to Lloyd H. Jennings 1.10. "M,I M
live peaceably with all men. Dearly beloved, vessels. will transparent exploded theory I and
books ordered and distributed to sol- striving to Thelma his I I .
avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto were the enemy we are once more Jennings Oct. "fllo1ati
wrath; for It is, written, Vengeance is mine; I diers for the period of oue week. Stores breaking place; there oft drive out of straight active ahead war when into the we 29; Miriam Johns KIckllter, a I I doorway Possibly a Vine twined\C.
widow (as being the sole and of the
r will repay, salth the Lord. Therefore, if thine were decorated and a. press party was given with Germany heart of it." only where Jesus nuaen; j
heir at law of Marlon L.
''i enemy hunger, feed! him; if he thirst, give him is to see to revision of the neu Johns I the bit
for the Press Sections of both the 31st and
kept open:." law and hence to war came deceased) to F. C. Hollingsworth, bon palllover-lulleittn tilt
drink; for In so doing thou shall heap coal of 43rd Divisions. Passes were given to all the war to the three groups: (1) the isola Nov. 1; Blanding Center, Inc., to : better illustrate used No 4npd
fire on his head. Be not overcome of evil but nary to ., who think there Is no need the State Road Dept. of Florida, Jesus and his the on
overcome evil with good."-Romans 121821.: members of the Camp Blanding press to The us to enter Into this war; (2) Nov. 5; W. A. Bessant and wife, root to the .m.-disciple r
both the Ritz and Florida theatres. Metal that he anti-New Dealers who oppose life In the sawn ,
I will be shot whole philosophy of the Presi as grantor., to the State Road its vine i U the
' Chamber Of Commerce Launches membership cards have been purchased. A duty which ; and (3) a group who thinks Department of Florida, Nov. 0; Nothing part It

New corner stone was bought and placed in the them is the may eventually have to go to Minnie 'Johns, Edith Van Alstlne with the union allow or bt
Drive For Christ
MembershipsIt mltted the but that it would be disastrous and J. J. Pickren, trustees to the clple. The and
has been announced that the Starke new USO building, and the program for this attacks. into It until we are better I Hampton Methodist Church, to B. no place for barren economy at ur,
" Chamber of Commerce will launch a drive ceremony was arranged by the Chamber of believe will tend his to for the last group Sena- I Y. fia on. Nov. 6; State of Florida lelll fruitful branches are takeneq,

for Commerce. A luncheon was given for not; ion which he of Virginia created nation to Foster Shi Smith and they branches are prnny
memberships Few will that bear
today. may
ables the Ever since with an article in the i Mary Anne Smith, tax deed, Nov. who' fall In more fruit
attending at which the the
41f such an organization is a 'necessity in a ceremony, warshl .wa. Readers Digest in which he Cfcl'tu IItr
$ 3; Blanding Center, Inc., to Cty| ftnaJIJ', '.be cut
repairing of Road 48 and the hardsurfacingof has angrily 'our supplies and our production off. but dIr.!
growing community, 'es ecialh '' ne'that is of Starke, a municipal corpora. wlU'lead to development
,l to be a totaLl) to date and
Road 261 was discussed. A Committeewas tlon !In State of Florida, I ov. 3. There is a thought of
for .
4' as much in the limelight as Starke today. piracy. But the fact that, except In the Injunction; .e1'lll
appointed to take the matter up with was later () navy, we haven't enough mod Of old the "Abtd III
During the peak of the construction Psalmist
protecting equipment to make a dent in wrote,
boom at Camp Blanding last winter, the Governor Holland. The Chamber of Com- ing international picture. BUS Northbound SCHEDULE thou In all hast been our" dwtUinf
merce took its part in the Hallowe'en celebration public has of our' failure to produce Leave Stark 3:05 A. M. generations It ii t,.?
Chamber of Commerce did a wonderful job expect. and planes in sufficient quan Leave Starke _-________ 9-45 Af, lege of Christians to ihu
in rental entertaining the Provost Marshal Now it the is generally blamed on labor Leave Starke ...-.? 1:10: P. M. Christ, while be abides hi
keeping listings of property
and the and still is talking Leave Starke ........ 1:4K, P. M. It U also their privilege to
(rooms, apartments, and houses) in Starke and attaches of his office at dinner. The that laws to congress curb in Leave. Starke 3:15: P. M. the Father When the bun
our ships stoppage pro- '...ve Mtarke .._... 8:15: P. M. fed. Jesus
f and vicinity, and helping newcomers to find new office for the Chamber has been com- at In our But when John L. Lewis Leave Starke .____.__' 5:50 P. M. for him. When accepts the ono
w can go on to send the coal miners back Leave Btarka 10:10: P. M. Chrlitlus
pleted, the' being donated'by F. F. ..tkb.s.d God
accommodations. This -job that space of the $ grace himself III
was a no one if that Is a temporarily, )
Leave ____._ .
fltarke 3:05 Jesus
A. M. indicates
else had time to do, but that was nonethe- Stump. Chairs for the office were' fur- ing or for for legislation cooled down Leave Starke ..__.... 10:20: A. M. will minister unto two nip
offensive to that congress only shows Leave Htarke :...._.. 2:20 P. M. pre
less vital to the community. The Chamber nished by Blanding Center, Inc., a type- There U interest curbing labor Leave Stark ..___._ ft:2O; P.: M.: ion with him-prayer and
writer was loaned by Jos. E. Wilson and Joclty in .public pressure reaches a fe Leave Xtarke -?. S:60: P. M. enee. "Ask," he says
of Commerce recognized the emergency and Leave Otarke" .____-- -8:10 P. M. everdre.Mill,".. ancl.AirlherI

' performed a job for which the entire town secretary service is being donated by Robert out The sea, long war, pitch.are some here' who feel Leave Starke EanthOMd-. 7:15: A. M. keep my commandmenti.,j
Satterfield. Telegrams we resent to the Junking of an open declaration of) war ,is Leave Starke '_.__.._ 5:30 P. M. abide in my' love Payers!
should be dience
grateful. come
W..tbe..d naturally
actually a only we can create the Iron i
Governors of North and South Carolina and way Leave Starke ___ 8:10: A. M. with Christ and they art OIL
i Now that the peak of this problem has though the of aU groups necessary to get (Tallahassee Special)
to all Chambers of Commerce along l 'the for a Into high gear. But oth Leave Starke -... 11:00: A. M. by continuing union with hiu.]
passed, there are still many more tasks that vious when feel that we should prove our Leave Starke >..._..___ 5:35 P. M. a blessed circle of grace C
can accomplished by an active Chamber routes traveled by the' Blanding troops, the to produce and greatly !n. Leave Leave Starke Starke '........ 8:00: P. M. by what they receive,
8:20 P. M. give more.
creating good will between soldiers and civi- sight" and the "equipment on hand" be- (Tallahai.e-Special)
of Commerce. There is the job of building
statements, we abandon our "short of war"
t up good will; of getting valuable publicity lians. It)is. believed that a better feeling This was .. It is generally agreed, bow-

''r for the community;' of having some systemof prevails' between'the Camp and 'Starke as a Senator applauded !tv" ,by that congress any formal,. if it declaration ever comes.of'

welcoming newcomers and visitors to the result' of these. efforts. .1, when he said: months eft. m INSURANCE AND. BONDj

community, and helping''' them with their Those who, are sponsoring the Chamberof .

t problems of housing and employment. Commerce drive for membership, ask tor Lawtey with special music at 7:30: HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY

Many 'of the routine":jobs performed by a careful consideration of these facts by 'the The Rev

' a chamber,of Commerce are not spectacular business and professional men of Starke; tor of the m.J.. H. COURTMANCHWatcl1Maker

reminds. the Constant Service 'Over 50 Years

': -11..,. Harry W: WITH CONFIDENCE '

: will begin 'a. AT Please ,Phone. 146 St

1JJe tile church ; I ,DOME JEWELER
I tinuing .
22. Mr.. !Giles

". ,..j ,.' : v.f motion :

Author of.-"!loin to Win'Friends, R 'HitO I 'M.r. \E.' jest The of programs"BUJle Blanding"I

and Influence ",
.People., clock. comfortHRrs -
r Jy ju The '

church .Is a .
Author w Slit t Mar,'. Kitchen '
School 9:45: a,
ship 11 I
"The Church r I
LOSS' OF A LEG ,DIDN'T STOP Aulbor By ol MARY Sister E.Mary's DAGUE Kitchen. Habitation of IfTiflfTIMETYOIVNAflRBt 1&

Spirit. B. Y.
THESE ,MEN Nearly every family has certain and the
that are wasteful and e*.
la 1015, during the World war, a young aviator went up pensive. More than likely no one
ito engage in his first fir/ 'fight., The enemy sawhlm over is aware of them but if they were
head, anti-aircraft guns were unlimbered and began to rain recognized and corrected a worthwhile .

steel at him. A shell struck his airplane and with the speedof the household saving would budget be and effected the house 1 a

,; gravity the young aviator plunged into the Gulf of Riga. and its furnishings would retain a
.Just as his hope began to wane, a battleship steamed toward fresh new look.
:; a piece of floating wreckage to which he was clinging, Towels come, in for abuse in
homes. Menfolk
;and he was lifted out of the water but with only one. leg. many to wipe their razors on are whatever prone

(The other had been shot away. towel may be at hand. And if we t
.1 I There he was on his first trip into the air as a fighter, fall 'to provide some other means
:and back ,with' one leg gone. This young man was Alex- for them! to wipe their razor bladeswe

.ander de Seversky., He loved flying. ,Was he going to give Keep can't a box>> blame of cleansing them too tissues much.in .:, .:;;;;::1-:

jit up simply because he had lost a leg? No sir, not he, not a the bathroom where all membersof MA.! --.W'
man with determInation and gritr. So he went into the the family can use them.

'engineering end of aviation. And now has a factory at ton Shoe flannel cloths will made overcome of heavy the temp.can

Farmingdale, Long Island, New York. You've heard of tation to use a towel to dust up
,the Seversky planes. Well, they're his. Here are three of shoes. You can get these shoe
.his accomplishments: He invented skits for flying boats. I cloths at many shoe repair shops.
;He proposed refueling in the air. Broke the world's record It sale these shops don't keep them for
:for amphibian proprietor can tell you ..
r where you can find them. :
At the time he lost his leg, he thought his life as an aviator Men aren't the only offenders because -

was over. lie went into another branch of it.: made a women. stain towels with
.{success. ... lipstick Lipstick tissues kept In a Shrimp
convenient place In the bathroom
The number of men who have made outstanding wilt prevent this.

,cesses after having lost a leg is most heartening. Benny Dish towels, too. .are used for
Howard is. research pilot for the' United Air Lines, but !ho tasks never intended for them. Cold : -

has only one, leg. He left the other down in New, Mexico edge Sharp toward knives the are fold wiped'with of the cloth.the j1

;:two years ago us the result of an accident. But recently he Dish towels that have become too

took' up the Douglas D C 4, the largest land plane ever flownat soiled for dish wiping are used fora
that time, on its trial trip. general wiping up.
} When Herbert Marshall These! practices shorten the life
was a young soldier !in France
of fabrics to a greater degree than
he planned on his return to London, to go on the stage-to many people realize. Badly soiled '
,become an actor. ,A bomb exploded. His leg was torn off. and stained pieces require harder carlo YOUR its field CAR for times like these) The quality
But he became washing than do articles only moderately today for roominess and
an actor anyway! You've seen him on the its fine new ride and power
screen-he's one of the best actors in Hollywood. soiled so that they can't Good construction style. And the quality car ill
remain in good condition as longas to meet the years ahead! Dnve
Did you ever hear of the war play "What Price Glory?" similar pieces that get lighter .. and ire what this feral it Jilted ace
It was written in collaboration with Laurence Stallings. treatment. .

Laurence Stallings ought to know a good deal about war. Small cuts are likely to become Beer America's tbrildesc"S'.',or medca'._I'asodern 4'GVV'E/RN/ITHF Q
larger during washing unless 6". Ford
He lost a leg in one. they now builds both!
are mended before laundering.The .
You may have heard of St. John Irvine, the playwright, habit of throwing damp towels the"new .
who has had several successful plays. One leg. War. and wash cloths into the laundry =============== Ford ride" now finer still. .on lower

Orrick Johns of St, Louis, who wrote "The Life and Times bag or hamper la responsible chassis with longer. ,.softer springsYe
for mildew. Moist articles must
fIIf My Father has
one leg. Street
be dried before they are put away. a car you'll drive with pride in
In the United States there are 33,000 amputations each e e ,. and out, and good for new 'styls e ,
years to !
year. The people who lose a vital limb have to adapt them Be sure not to put your winter come

selves'to a new mode of life. But they can do It; not only mulct over :your plants until the In room to spare, in big wide bodies of
ground is frozen. Its Is one.
can they adapt themselves to purpose to i welded steel for Cylinder
a new mode of life but they keep the ground frozen all winter lasting quiet!
can make a success of it. The important thing is not to give not to prevent freezing. It's the e .

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NOV 1 41941


("OI'RT. JlR"PFOUnf. 8H>4 of the SK'i of NWii of Sec- plaintiff iireks divorce. Bradfori I.rk. Florida this Oct., SI. 1941. 11 A all Blka 10, 12, IS Hump- i IUI. Starke, 11". this Ot. 29 1941. f'f'lt I
lIT YLO.UP. ," I CHAN.d ton 21., Township thence 6 South, Range Jounly Telearraph shall publishlamleii (OFFICIAL NEAL) A. Thomas.. ton.P.rl Bee. 1. Twp. 1 I. Dated this :Ot b.. day of October. to".IIT,\ IT.\) .T. '
64 run North 81 dgrees '" "*** *"I w'eklyWltnoHs As Clerk of said Court. 10-1 4t 11-14 22 E. II under said (.1. 1941 I.rk )rt 10.a t 1-2 ,
IIIIItt. PI..lnllft. v.. minutes West Rlonl lan Lonnle 'Vurr. Florida tlflcste No. 10.13. (OFFICIAL 8KAH A. J. Thomas Nathan N"h"vla Ja"k"on.lle. ,
ack.onvlle. l'
If. I, c..ndant.fl1 line 147.60 feet to Klati mv hand and official seal Atty. All Blk 14 Hampton t.rk Bee. Clerk of Circuit Court of Ira"'oro Fla. Atty I

Hlalt. }'lTHLICATION1'TIl'F. Hoad No. la, thence run Soutl at siarke, Fla. this S 1941. Ilf. 31-32 Twp. 7 H. U. 23 embraced County. J'loI'lda. 10-3 4 1.: -- ,I
III" -
'1'0 API>tiAR] 17 d..r..1 27 minutes>.t alonj (OFKIOIAI, BKA1.) A..tj. Thomas under said certificate. No. iv MH ft'IT roller.coivri. In, I

: ('II!' .. l'e.IKOIII>' 15.13.Lots 7, f. fl, 10, U of Blk 1 A iv(' (ICI-IT. "I.tU'"I"('Ot "T. tiittitronuKill. (' ''. Pi.oitiitti ivl.'rm \JFOI( t j

I' "boa. degrees 28 minutes Kant 183.1 AUy. for I'lf. Mildred 1C. 1-arsonajre, Phllnlff. \ \ ex Lnta :, ", 10, II, I' 1. \Irlt"n DeLoach. }'I.lntt I
on feet to the land line, .
to PPes-r David Parsonage, C... 2'1.p Park 31-33 Twp Hodges. VM. ,
.. 41. In h. above North 0 degrees 20 tnlnutett West No. 1484. !j E.: Is embraced Undnt 1..1 TIRlntlfr., fendant. Case No. 1549.
r I, 1 nd ..au..... wherein along land line 150 feet to point iv rutcirr \nronn PUBLICATION AND said certificate No. 1594.Illka .. lloilices, (.e ORDER OF I Jf

,'o.t..k.' Ilivorce. Bradford of beginning all in 1..cton 21 roi ".1'' .';, ici< \>- OHDiOF ] TO APPKAKSTATK 17. 1 lt>. 20. 21, 22, 31 I No 1to.OHUI.. n OF PUBLICATION AN'D NOTICE 11' BIICATION- (,
shall. publish tbl.ne"t Twp. 6 South, Ihre. J t. {' : OF FLORIDA to: David 2K, 28, :37, 28, 29. Hnlptln AND NOTICE TO Al'PEAR HTATE Ot'TIIUHA to: William t
,I'.raph'. In"r we..kly 1..u..II. Bradford C.unty. Florida.YOU Owen'IT.. Oliver. Plalttt. vs. Par.onatf. residence. Unknown. .. 3-3 Twp. 7 E.: U. HTATM O'I.OIOnA t : Margaret Albert DeLoach. Itenldenc !
bond and of tidal ....al AND EACH OF YOl. whether I-.\<-y Oliver, l> C. NttOHDKR required to appear on "" ., under said certificate No. Hoilires, Route. No. 1, .YanceyVllle Unknown. I.
.mY known or unknown '
thl. Oct. 2J!! notified 162, December 1st., 1941 In the abovenamed un. North Carolina.Yuu to tin ;
Fla.t'bAY: ,) A..J. ']:homa..C that a suit has been broughtagainst OK rtRLtr A }O Court and cause, Dlks 30, 8. 33. 13. 34. 35. 38. 37, me to appear onDecember December You are 1 required 1941, In the appear above i
; wh..reL rl"1ulrld
1121J. you in the Circuit Court ) 13
court. 10-81 4t ANt .NOTICB TO APE plaintiff seeks divorce, 3S. 39 & f Lots 13. 14. 1, 141, In the above named Court ami whrelnplaintiff '.
oald Atty, for Plf. of Bradford County Florida. In 8TATH OF FLORIDA I County Telegraph shall publliih this i 23, a Hampton Park Hoc. 31aiTwp. named Court and rause, wherein divorce cauaer, Bradford \I ,
a.ndOI'IIOn. Chancery case No 151. by Lindsay Oliver, hone residence L Order lit next four weekly Issues.Witness 7 B R. 23 E, embraced' plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford County Telegraph...k. shall publish thlaOrdT
Urlffls and Urlfflo under said '
certificate No. 15YH.Klks
aa known hand and
my .
Cuunty shall publish IK four Innuea.Witness
'01 nT. JlU"PFOUnn plaintiffs, and In which you and You are required to a '. t at Starke, Florida this tfI2'J, II'41OFII'IAt.I'AI. 4. 42. 41. 44 tn Hampton Order In .I"II'I"h weeklv liaues.Witness .. next hand and weekly official seat I
( mv ,
('IIT"LOHID, I I CIIAJII.lnd.'Y each of. you are defendantl; that December Int., 1141. In the. nhcvnamed > ( .) A J. Park 31-33 Twp 7 S. R. R. .mv official seal at Starke, Fla. this.t. 21!*. 1941.IOFK1CIAI ., .
the relief sought suit Is 1* embraced under said ceitlflcateNo 11.Illln.1 .
te Court ", .h..h 10-24 4t 111'Maurice nt Stsrke, Fin .t. 30, 1941.OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thoma ,
t'lalntltf. VII. Ruth quiet and confirm plaintiffs title plaintiff Heeks rtlvorrv. \ AV. Oold.t.ln. Jacksonville U38. ( HEM.) A. T. Aa 10-11 4t 11-11 .
,D..f..ndr.nt..f,1I to said above described land as. anindefeasible ft (hall publlnl "Florida Atty. for Plf. The assessment (.f the said prop.ertv As Thom".l.l.rk"f..II'.urt.IO.841121 el"rkof""I'our I Htarke Fla.Atly. t \
ltbrdJlera I T. I
"d.oY. PUHLICATION fee simple title; and four weekl; ""d.1 wild ('"rllh''I.* No. Jrlnk I.ndrum
(IF required 1(39, 1531: 1334. 11111', J""k..n"II. 1'\ ,
TO APPEAR 1 you are hereby tu appearpersonally ISKUeM.Witness. 13< 112. 1:, Atty. .
SOTICFJ" FLORIDA to: Ruth ( or by attorney) I In said mv hand and official seal IV riltfl,IT COCHT. IIH irtFOHUtwrvrti 1135, : wee In theUnl. f.t I

E 01" who''" rellld.nc. I. Court and cauxe on December 1, at Stnrke, Fla. this Oft. 28. 1141.IOFFllIAI4 "I.OIUU,\ iv ( nMKHYIMathlrt : name 1Ii'nt'ow I iv rinciiT ('ol.tn'. DI''OII !
Ind.'Y, 1941, or the allegations of plaintiffs SKAL.) A..J. Pnvd, Plaintiff, .' ..hal he COI NTl, | "
'm'OJUt iv C'Ol" r, n "LCI"U 'A:
to appeal' onr sworn bill of complaint will ol.allourt. 10-81 4t 1121o. 8. lyd.. liefendant. CHHA redeemed according to be (IU'I.r 11"on CKHV.DiiroHiy. ". \
1l1lrod Fl.Olllltil
:;. '''< he taken confessed / detu-rllied there In will i
1941. lit t h. .bov. as hy ) The A. 11."h..n. Flor OF PlHt.ICA'ION AlnNO''ICJ' properties < :n". 111'kl'll Baker. rl"ln. ,
I. Bradford '" sold to Ihe at t '
an.1 callae. wh..reln County Telegraph hereby ida. Aly. Plf. hleh..t 11".1' A. Hnbhs* Plaintiff, "". tiff, vs. Alvnrd Hlk.r,
Court divorce. Bra.dfordrolo"raph de"hlnal..d as thu duly <|u"ll- STATi FLORIDA to: Troy S. the Courthouse duor 01 firstMonduy Mvrl. HuliLiM, Case licfendant. Case: No. 1551.
....k. ..lIall pubU..h thl.n fled In which thld notice H217 Ilosewnod. D>'Ive, lu the month T.nah.r. No.rlIr.I.; I.fendaut ORDER OF PUBLICATION

fOil l' we..kly I."u..... shall be published once each % OTIC' H Columbia South Carolina. 14. which la the 1st., ORDER" OF PUBLICATIONANI AND I NOTU'I' '1 A"111AI
n."t orrl<>lal Ileal week for four consecutive weeks TO WHOM IT MAV t'OxrF.nN: 1"4. .
,.lilY hand and You take You aie rnqulretl to appear on Dated 21st. of October > NOTICE TO MTKA1SSTATE H'\TJ fJ "I.Ollf.\
Oct. 80, 1941. prior to said return day.Witness wil vlraxe notice that day H.irlanH 0' I
thl. OK FLORIDA tn .
i"la. on the day of A. !>. December 1st., 1941 In the above A. D 1941.OFFICIAL. : llIk..r t'e.
.11. .. hand and official ,
J. Thom. my V.cm.ber. Mountain View
AY.) A. named Court wherein Hobhs, Co. 2420, C. C. O. ".I'I.MI .nl lea.h. Cal..
1'1. H weal at Rrndford Cuunty. 11141, at 10:00: o'clock In the. forenoon al.I cause, ( SBAL) A. J. Thetnas.Clerk fornia .
k.C.ald ioourt1o.n. Itark. thereafter plnlntlff seeks divorce. Bradford of Circuit, Court. BradfordCounty Munfonl. Alaba.n. ,
Florida or as soon the ,
J. ll< oenwn, Esq. Atty. for 3rd. 1U4IOFFICIAL mime he heR .a County Telegraph shall publish this State oC You "t'l tequlred tn aiipear" on You are required to appear on r
rd. d
SKAL may FlurhJ.
( ) A. J. Thomi.
Ih.1'1' .
In the above December In the above ;
1. 1941 ,
Order In next four weekly Issues.V1tn I 1'.1
Clerk of Circuit! Coutt Bradfoit' Mirnerl._' .. L, .Oertriule__ .. _H. lRnI..I."on, \ .Bii mv Mn.l .iffltlul MMnl 10-1 4 1-1 nnmett 1.1.4.pause., wherein, named Court and cause., wh.relf a
County Florida. I :ieniiH 10 o" 10 : ; at 'Starke' Florida' .n.: this Oct.: SI: 1941, laurt divorce. Iliadford (, ..
M AI>FOnO T. Frank Land / Adklnn, of the Jndnep the l'I"lnlf .. lallllf ..k. dlvOr.. Ir..lf.rd .:
OtMT. rum ; ( I. A J. Thomas.,, IN { coi HT, mi IMKOIIUCOI Telegraph Mm 11 j
Circuit the 1'uhl.h T.I.1rII'h .hal IlblRh
fl.Fl.OIUU*.! IX CHAN- Atty. for Plf. U-7 4t 112NOTICR CO\r State Elirhth of Florida Jn.llclalCircuit In OFI'IIIA. of trAI.. ) 10-24 4t 1114Marlon \ .Oltlll% IV ,'J\'C'I1 I this 01'11.1 1 next four w..kly >,1.1 n.lt rnlr 11 u""I.f", ,
'Isnuex.Witness. .. "1 I 1 1nJ
Alma and for Bradford County at his H. Jennings, Jacksonville, Julia' Alta \\hynott, I Wln. hlld .nd .rl..111
; Jllro" Plaintiff. V. fer Plf.IV Wallace l Uvereitliynolt, Dvtenlant \Y hand and official senllat : I *w i*,
Ca.... No. 1&54l'EII OF APPMCTIOVPOK office In the Courthouse In theCity 1'la. At) t.t\\ : f'I
I..c.ndant.. < Case No. IM9.OHDKH Htarke, Fin this 1941.1OFKICIAT I ( HhAL! > 1.tt'.2 Thotna* I
Pl'HLYCATI0N Ttx U.:KIJ of Starke, Florida, for a IIcenxe tr.I: Thnnms1As I '
Ul< : OF PUBLICATION AND ( SEAL) A. As Clerk of said court, 4tII-21 ,
NOTICR TO APPEAR (.enale Illll >o. 1(1.1( to m"n.I", take.. "h.r. of THK (' .. NOTICM TO APPKAHKTATB Clerk of ..nhll'"rl, 10-81 4 t 11.21 Nut him Hchevlts, Ja.k.olvlle. .
'F: OK FLORIDA to: Alma NOT I C 1- ia HEREBY OIVEN, and "altrol. to JII> '{IICITr. .I'UT.F ua..1 FLOH1DA tOIIIIL"" O. A. Mtephens, .lai-ksoitvtllv, Florida. Fla, Atty. for Pit.IV .
hoM residence. i* Unknown. That Rutty A. Hayes, holder of a free dealer In every 1. III \. l4M> .' 'I.UI. I whu. .ty. for Plf.iv -
spect.MRAL, 01 ILI\.OI. v..r..t 'Vhytol.
on Certificate the
to appear Tax No. 434
required I..u.d ('01 NT1. IV ('U la
ore ( IT. C.OI..I.,
( ) B. Handelsman. "
I. 1941. l la the abovecoiiit 2nd day ef September 19.1.has :! Harold \'-. Smith, lues Edwards onDecember 'IU'I IIIA"'OIl
.r AuP 4t v. You are required tn appear ( Vl.OIUUtl .
cau.. whereinseek filed same In e and 10.3 1.2 I' \
and my Smith.OHDKR. Int., lit the aliovenameil cuiri IT COIIIT, IHt ,,'oln fiiiv.William: .
f divorce. Bradford has made ap!>I"Rllon for a tax OF PKRVICI-1 Court 1"4 wherein C'UI >'l'KI.OItllMl '. Henry Tesh, .

Tel.l'aph, ..h..U P"blll>h thl deed to be thcreon. Hn.l; certificate O'I'I'' OF ,.rl.I" \''IO /o'rU'fJ TO : ANt plaintiff "e.k.. .au.e.'.. llradfonlCounty Kill.. Vs. Helen ,Ilalntf.: ,
ISHUBB. 1.1. l.r.ul.nt ..
lin weekly .
next four embraces the InKd..crlb..1 T 'V THR FLOIUDA: To IneEdwards TeleKiaph shall publish' thlaOrder WII.1 H bukr.l. l'IRlnlft. vs.
hand and official seal property In the County < n.:. unknown. : lasuex, Th De- 15&3.tmnr.n .
4 . : ) Nmlh. r..I".n. In nekt four weeKly Ilu..n I OF PUBLICATION
IM. FU. thl. .Oct.' 80. 1941. of Bradford State. of 1'I"rld., to- NOTICM ia HKKKHV O1VEN It la that you are my hand aiut orflolal seat fenUunt.OIIDER. "Ni NOTICE TO APPEAH .
: ) A. J. Thomas wit: That Verna J. holder niTax required tn appear on D.e..mb.r 1st. 'lne. : OF PUBLICATION FI.OIUDA tOI! Helen
Iftf safe court. 10-31 4tU.U Lota I. 2, 3. 4. 7 of Hlk 14Lincoln Certificate 1..lor..t (Hxued the before the above entitled at Nlark..FI.rl a.this t..t.. Thomas 1H, 1041.OFFICIAL ,\NI No'rl'fl TO APPEAR H'A'1, Sl Woodland Avenue,

IV: I'cclcr Jacksonville Fla.lor City. Sec. 3 Twp. S a K. Sth day of Aufrimt 11. 1929. 'has 1.1. to the lUl of Complaint filed As( Clvrk of snld 8HAL Court.) A 10-24 4t 1114O. HTATE .( ) to: 11.1- 'AVIn.ton-Halem... North Carolina. t.

Flf. 22 K. fled ..am. In my office and has against In the above entitled A. Fla. beth Thlgpeu 1..ka..I. whoso 'r.I' You are required to appear on .' I
The asiteHRtnent of the snldproperty application for a IB* deed tobe cause; and Bradford CountyTelegraph 8t"lh.18. J.ck.onvile. dence IB December 1, 1941. In the above I
OP. PI-BLICATIOV under the said. cnttlfli-ate Issued thereon. Said certificate Is hereby designated I as Atty. You are requited to appear 0"I'"mb.r named Court and cause, wherein
111 '\oTU'.1 TO APPHAR Issued was in the namo of Un embraces the following described the newspaper In which this order 1, 1941, In the above plaintiff seeks dlvoivr' Bradford
\ of Florida to: .J.tj.. known. property In the County of Bradford, shall be published once a week for irrari'IT COPMT. nmiifonnCOI'NTl nitmed Court and cause, wherein County Telegraph shall publish thle
Slate If living, and If d..ad all fnless said certificate .'lal beredeemed Htate of Florida to-wlt: four consecutive weeks.Witness FI.ORII"1 tllN.CKIIY. plaintiff' seeks dlvurrv, lrldfO..1 Order In next 10"1 weekly Issues.Witness .
according to the my hand and the seal (' ounty Telegraph plhl.h Ihll'' ami official seal
claiming interest underwMised of SW>/, of SK tk RWW' ofSWVi "hal mv
otherwise In ortalian property described therein will be '. of this Court at Florida, Lucy. (Itannandrea RarnabH, Older In next f."r at Htarke. Fla. thla Oct. 2 1941.OFFICIAL .
or Sec. 30 Twp. 7 U. 21 tlark.
bid Iff r I th la.l.conlalnln" Harnaba Dd.n.dant. > Witness hand and offli'lal seal l''
sold the highest mv
hereinafter described to this 17th., day qt A. D. rial nt Iff. v* Vin ( MEAL) A J. Thomaa
60 Acres, or
claimBy courthouse. door en the. first Mon more ('a.. 118. nt Stark*, Fla. this Oct. 30. 1941.OFFICIAL As Clerk of said tiourt, 10-31 it 1121Nathan
of the said

unknown person property
til Interest In day In the month of Donerabet a..I..ment (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas. : of fI ATTON HEAL) A. J. ThomasAs Hchevlti, Javksunvllle,

ands right; which, title said ur lands Flor-are 1941, which. 1941.!Is the 1st. day of Dtcember. uned under was. In the the.a I"name certificate of C. l 1.-L s II..rk .of Lester said COlrt., 10-2 41 Attorney. 11-14 STATE AND NOTICK OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to! VltoBarnaha. John t'l.rk.f.ald J. lo.d"1.n.pnurt. 10-31 1'1.4tll-2l Atty Fin. Atty. for Plf.IV I f

In Bradford County Dated this 27th day ot Cctob Pe.k.Unl"R". Hob.r. l'lalntff' whoa* residence I I. unknown. for Plf, .
..d drurrlbed aa follows: 1941. said certificate be {.1lT. c'olu'r.' IIHitKo n '

>nd the EMi of the SWtf I OFFICIAL SEAL) Thomas redeemed a"ordtnl to .hal, the. You are required to appear on "lo..1 4-01 "IOII".%| IV CH.iVFrank I'
South Hire.it rt.01' I
lion 26. Twp. 7 Clerk of Circuit llrntlford, property* I will he iv c-iitcriT roriiT.rorvrY. December 1, 1941, In the above IV ( 4 01 HT nil ( ,
,. Bradford County Flor- County Florida. 10-3 4t UI -:! sold to the highest bidder at the KI.OHII.\ i% (' U.FORt named Court and cause, wherein {' "' Fl.Olllltil IV 'J Alvin Knox. Plaintiff vs.Ora .
courthouse door on the first Mon .'Plaintiff divorce, Bradford < KMY. Lee Knox, Defendant, Case No. ,
Cecil Francis Llghtbourne, ,
Lnd fath of you, whether -- day In the month of December, vs. Grace Hylvta Llghtbourne, Defendant. County: : fT..r.erkB""h shall publish this T. J. date. I1.lnlft. v... Catherine 1560. I
ar unknown are hereby nofthat nitcriT ('OI'RT. 1111 AI.FOIIICOUNTY. > 1K4I which 'Is the 1st day of December Case No. 1507.OHDEIt Order In next l' weeklv Issues Coxtello Defentlatit, onT n OF'' PUBLICATION I II'

a suit has been brought FI.OHIIItl IN CIIVfKltV. 1941.Dated OF PUBLICATION ANDNOTICB Witness mv hand. and ofU.I.1 seal OUDER OF PUBLICATION NI'rU'J 1'0 AI'I'IAR
It t you In the Circuit Court Iko.477II3K.. this 20th day of October TO at Htarke, Fla. this Ocl .10. 1941. AND NOTI'I'1 TO APPIOARKTATR M1'A'1 Il Lee
lilford County, Florida case Arne Hauger, vs. Dell 1941.OFFICIAtj. STATE OF Ai'Pi1AI fir ace (OFFICIAL 8KAL) A J. ThmnsaAs tn Catherine ... reahl.n'e Is Unknown. j
1:1, by Ethel Elarbee as plain- Hauger, Jlalnllft.. No. 1 U6.OHnER < SI Ar.) A. J. Thomas Sylvia LlKhtbnurite, whosa residence Clerk of ,said court. 10.a 4t 11-111 Coselli: ) Itlase, whose residence You are required, to appear on B '
nd In whlrh you and each .OF PUBLICATION Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford Is Unknown.You Chas. Miller, .Ck..OIVII., Fla.Aty. Is unknown. December I. 1941. In the above i'lameil

i and also E. J, Dowltn and AND NOTICB TO APPKAU County Tlorlda. 10-24 4t 1.1NO'I'U' are required tn appear on for Plf.iv You are required' to appear on Court and cause, wherein 4*, !

M Dowltng. hi* wlfa and HTATE OF FLORIDA to: Dell December .. ., In the above December I. 1941, In the above Inlnllff seeks divorce. Jr.dford i I
Carlton dointr business asIn PennHylva- .) named Court .194 cause wherein named Court and cause, wherein. I ounty Telegraph. shall thl. ,
Phlad..lphla. 0. "ppr.ICTIO' Order In n xt four weekly Issues. i
Stock Exchange are la.u..r. COI-RT. IIHIDKOMIIrm seeks dlvnrce, Bradfordcounty j
Live __ _n.. plaintiff!' seeks _divorce. and custody rinrriT. plaintiff_ Witness my and f .
that the 'relief sought nla.You iv t;IIANrKdlward hant "flrlal..t
.nlo: required' to on 3)NOT1CH or child, liraarorii ("ounty Telegraph v rv- II.tntn'L Teiegrapn snail piiuitsn tniaOrdT '
are 4 enal
app..r .
Dil.. I. at Htarke, 29, 1941.: ; !
.1--o ult folio quiet'and confirm December. 1st., 19.1. In the above IS : this Order. In In next four weekly Issues.Witness Olt. I ,.
In til plaintiff to said abovebed GIVFN. .hal publ.h ... hand and official sealat (OFFICIAL 8KAL: > J. Thomas 1A )
named Court and cause. wherein That J. .M. Norman holder next .. .. n.IRI.r. Plaintif. mv Clerk i I
of said court 10-21
4t 11-lt
land Indefeasible .. No. HJarke. Fla this Oct. 10. 1941.OFFICIAL .
as an BradfordCounty Lillian
seeks divorce. the 8th I
Imple title; and you are JtereKulrd plaintiff shall publish day Certificate.of : t.llt94.a\ and 1-Srd of Witness Htarke my. hand and ofl"lal..al 154. lel.l.r. ( HHAL) A. 3. ThomasAa Nathan H'h"VI. Jacksonville, j, !
at Fla. .
) to appear (personally this T..I..raph four weekly t the 8th 'lorlda.tbl"Octt1I4.Ao OBDKR OF PUBLICATION Clerk "f said rourt. 1.3 t.2 Ally

j attorney) In said Court and I.eu.... day Jc.ec 1.4D.I"i9'K. has filed ( Clerk ; said Court.: 10-24 4111-M AND NOTICB TO APPEAR John J. Henderson 11"\ Aty. [ 1
Ion December. 1st., 1941 or the Witness my hand and official seal same : and has made As John S. Cowles, Jacksonville, FlorIda. BTATE OF FLORIDA to: Lillian for Plf.iv IV Cllll-tlr '0t RT, IHtADFOItD4oi'vrr. ,II :

ktlons of plaintiff* sworn bill at Htarke Fla. this Ort. 2', 1941. application tax deed to be Atly. for' PH.iv llelsler, whose residence I. unknown. Fi.oHiit.ti riitM4'KRY ,
plaint will b* taken as con- (OFFICIAL 8KAL) A. J. Thoma Issued thereon. Bald certificates riitri'rr r -
I bjr. you. The Bradford As Clerk. of said Court. 10-31 4t 11-21 embrace the following described You are required to appear onDecember NT Y, ri.OIIIUil IV Uruce Power. Plaintiff, ... Mae. 1 t.
|y Telegraph ]I. hereby dealg- H. T. -Rogeiw, j Jacksonville, Fla., property In the County of Bradford CIHOIIT roriiT. IR"nFORO 1. 1941, In the above fKltYWalter. Pot Defendant. C'aoen.. 15B5
1 as the duly qualified newsln Atty. for Plf.iv tate of Florida twit! COUNTY. KI.OHIItA IV named Court and cause, wherein II. Yeager Plaintiff, vs. Olfllt'l PUBLICATION
} which this notice shall bemhta Bee.. Jumes ., Plaintiff plaintiff' seeks divorce, Bradford Catherine M. Defendant, TO APPHJARMTATE t
SH of LiOt 5* In Wood lawn It l.wr..nc. V5 this Yvager .
four Telegraph shall publish OF PLOItlDA Mae
once each week for containing .. County Case No. 1521. to:
Vutlve week prior to said renru cmcriT COIRT nnAi Fonn A8a; 58. K. f.E1R! embraced: CRa.Ala No. 1418. V..f.Ddan' Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness OF PUBLICATION Power whose ,residence .Is un
"', more Heal nfUIH
and official
ray hand and official seal under certificate No. ; NOTICH TO APPEAR at Htarke. Fla. this Oct. 30, 1941.OFFICIAL NnTI'.l AI'l'mAI .- You are to appear on t.

krke, Bradford County Florli Ensrel. PlaJntlff. v*. Sophie Ixts 1. 7, I and N% of Lot 1 BTATE OF FLORIDA tos Alta ( SEAL) A. .1' ; MTA'rJ. Yeager, 811 Twelfth.Street. 1."emb..1 I.1'.1"lr.d In the above
Cane No.1538ORDER All Lot 4 In Woofllawn Clerk of said court. 10-31 4t and wherein r
November Ird., 1941. Engel. Defendant. and Louise Lawrence whose residenceIs As ;, Altoona, Pennsylvania. / na..d cause,
l ICIAL, 8BAL) A. J. Thomas SO 68. R. 21 E. containing Unknown. Chas. 111.1. .Jaek.olvlle. You to appear on I ID" neeks divorce, Bradford ;. I'' I
t of Circuit Court, Bradford OF PUBLICATION 65 acres, more or lem In em braced You are required to appeal" onDecember Al, for b.I.1: : I In the above (ounty Telegraph shall publish this I'
ly, Florida "AND NOTICE TO APPHAKfiTATB under 1-Srd of l'erllfl..t.. No. 14*. 1941 In the above IW' nsnied Court and cause, wherein Order In next four weekly Issues. ,'
rank Landmih. ; .,,,>- ". < OF FLORIDA toj BoPhl i iKngel The assessment of the said property named 1t. and cause, wherein -" plaintiff sseks divorce I 'Bradford Witness mv hall and official seal \, '
( 11-21 'Fhiah'ing under. the said 110 Bradford ivOI'VTY( A"oMn at Mtarke, I. Oct. 10, 1941.OFFICIAL '
or Plf. 11-7 t. 144r25 SJrd 'Avenu* certfcat.. plaintiff seeks divorce, PI.ORIItAHerbert Cnunty Telegraph shall publish this I.
Volts. Issued was In the Mr. thlaOrder I.C.lM. ( BEAD A. J. Thomas -j'! ,
Long Island, New County Telegraph shall publish A. Buckley. Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness
I'RrriT BRADFORD You are required to nplfcnr Ot i Laura A. Blssess. : and the assessment ,In next four weekly Issue*. 1'lalnLt. my hand and I seal, As' Clerk of said court. 10-1 4111JtIM 1M

.TY. PI.OKIU4I COI'HT. ICHAN- DecEmber 1st., 14. In thy .hovj of the said said. certificate. property und..1'13rd 149 Witness my hand and official seal Ann Wilt Buckley Defendant. eNo. at Htarke. Fla. tl. ofl.I.1. 1941.OFFICIAL Rm U. Wlaon. ,.ck.olvl... .I.. !, \
I ".., wh..r.lnplaintff of Beatrice'Unless at HIArk. Florida, this Oct. 14, 1941.COFF1CIAL 1524. ( : A. J. ThomasAs Aty, tor \j" I
.bald Perghlna. Plaintiff v*. seekn divorce Bradford Issued was in the lam. of' SEAL) A J. Thomas.. OF PUBLICATION AND ('I.rk.1 said court. 10-31 41 11-31
shall publish M. As Clerk of said Court. 10-24 4t 1114Mauri ORDFR J. H. Jacksonville Via Clltri'lT COI IIT, 'UFOH" UCOTMTIf
fl la fiuljanovlo Ferghlna D.- ntlrdJI"fa "paid certificate. be : TO APPEAR 1.111.01. ni
>nt Cne. No. 168&. thla l four weekly redeemed according to I .hal the ..,y. 1011.t.ln.. .ack.onvile, STATES OP FLORIDA to: Ann A t) [ Fl.OIIIUtl CHAN.fKIIW. .
Fla. .
JKDEK. op PUBLICATION I. therein wlTl be At ,
seal described \ '
TNI> NOTICE TO APPEAR Witness my hand and official property bidder at the '- Wilt Buckley ,whose residence 1* tv rinrriT nn.tnponnOI'VTY Cora! Hnp*. l'lalnlt. vs. Thomas
27 1941.OFFICIAL sold to .
>TB OK F1/3RIDA to DanlelaInorlc at Starke, Fla.BEAD this A.Oct.J. Thomas court house door on the first Mon iv nnri'iT toriiT. DI.'nrol" Unknown. (' FI.OIIU tUI" | IV CHAN.KHY. William Hops Case No. I )., ,
Ferghlna. whose resll ( of December KI.OHII IV IUt. \
It Unknown.i : As Clerk. of said Court. l314t. 1121Louis day In the month day of UeCer"aerd fOIIVTV.(llacomo Colantonlu. '''I'IRY You are required to appear onDecember onDKrt OF iJ '
which Is the 1st., William Young, v* PIITIIfA'ION I
1941 PI.lnllt.
: ; 1st. 1941 In the
| are. required to appear on S. Joel Jacksonville. J'ia Blanca Sullxhnno Cnlantonlo: Defendant. .bov.. Elizabeth Ann AND NOTICB 1.." '
l bfr I. 1941. In. the above for Plf. ? "hi- day of October, Case No. 149S.OKDEK named Court and cause, Youn. Jd.ndant. BTATB OF FLOttlDA lor Thomas ,
d Court and ca.u.e. wherein 1941 16b OF. PUBLICATION" AND Plaintiff seeks d :rf.PUI BradfordCounty Case No. Ul.nnOFR William Hope, whose residence! Is itUnknown. "
B'Kf seeks. Bradford "RAOFonO Thomas, NOTICE TO APPEAR Telegraph this ) '
divorce. A.
ciRcrir OF
*t'r Telegraph. shall publish this ir FLOHIUA. l.V CHANQeorge (OFFICIAL Clerk of Circuit Court:of Bradford STATE OF FIXRIDA to: Blanca Order In next four weekly, Issue*. JInlIfATIONANf You are required to appear on > j'
In next four weekly Issues. Florida. ftullgnano Colantonlo, "bo... residence Witness my hand and ('f.'al..alat NOTII'J) ) lo Elisa December 1, 1941, In the above I
County 1-1 411-1 Starke Fla.. thla Oct. ., MTATF : named Court and cause, wheriln t
ItntiRmy hand and official Ileal"Irklo. H. Culverhouse. '- la Unknown. Young,.of 1731 Kast 118lh.. ,! .
Fl\- thl" Oct. to.!! 1941. Plaintiff..vs You are required to appear on BEAL) A J. Thomas,. plaintiff seek* divorce, Bradford ? .
/ SBAL) A. J. Thomaa Case No. 1BK i" CIRCUIT rorivr. DI."nrOln December 1st., 184 In the above. Aa Clerk of said Court.: 10-24 4t 11-14 Place, Cleveland, Ohio. r'ounly Telegraph shall publish thl ''h.
Ilrrkof said court. 10-21 4t 11-21 Barrnall Culverhouse., <'oCN'r1. FLORIDA. 1'(IAN'IRY named Court cause, wherein W. Marion Hendry. Tampa Fla.Atty. You are required to appear onDecember Order In next four We.kly Issues. : t
Dorothy_.. .. A. Mar..nt.. PI."UU.. _i_t A.. _uAlr. .h".p. R..d 1, 1941, In the above Wln... mv hand and official seal II
"OF 'PUBLICATION Christine Sargent, CaseNOnDEK'OF County Telegraph i-pubii.-h-ihli for Plf.iv nuined Court and .aua., wherein at ", FU. thl* Oct. 10.!, 1941. .II[[
HE (r\TY JUDGE'S cotRT: ORDER APPEAR Order In next four plaintiff seeks dlv r' .., Bradfori (OFFICIAL HKAL> A..J. Th.ma. '
OKIKADI'OHrJ to: Dorothy Witness my hand and oflclal..1 County Telegraph shall publish this said court. 19-11 4 :
STATE FI.RIDA NOT1CK TO APPEAR at Htarke Florida, this riRCiriT ('OI'T. .nnronnrOI'NTY Order In next four wsekly lames. Ham n. Wllon. ,n.2 J
I. Is to notify all to whom It Barrnall rellld.nc. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Chlla. (OFFICIAL, SKAI.) A O Thomas.: IV CHAN.' Witness my hand and official ..al Aty. lu' Jack.onvl. : f. I

concern that on the Sth day of UI>YouWare to appear on tine Hargeant, whose .. As Clerk. of said Court. 4t 1.1. (11.. ,.
lmb.r, A. D. 1941, I will apply required a C., mall carrier No. 10.1 ft. Farrar, Plaintiff, vs. .
I he V1"? Judge oK Bradford December 1st, 1941 In above name' (.Iumbla. .Wil. Farrar, &e.ndant. Case ,

I"*. Florida, to sell I, at private Court and cause., wherein pll\lntt 'You are required to appear on 'iv cmcriT COURT.'OrVTY. IR"nFORn No. 183ORDKR.
t all the: :Interest of nilfy Fin- seeks divorce. Br..dford< Order December. 1st.-1941 In. the above ( KI.OniDA OF PUBLICATION
this Careful '
I Harold Fin ley and Roland F1n Telegraph shall Publish named Courtanlt cause, wherein Patricia. Wles V..th. Plaintiff vs.Sigurd AND NOTICR TO APPEAR Prompt Service Drivers t
I>in .nd to the following deK In next. four weekly """'" Dlalntiff seeks divorce., Bradford Thomaa Veseth Defendant.COIDEK' 8TATK OF FIXJRIDA to: Klsle

ta0nd" 'In Br>dfor<1 County Witness my h.nd And thl offl.lal. OcOFFICIAL County Telegraph shall publish this 11. Love Farrar whose residence Isunknown. : \
Id., seal. at Starke ilorlda. or In ne.t fonr wkly Issues 'PUBLICATION AND ,
"me hand and official seal l TO / You are required to appear on
no I nit Two Hundred Witness my NOTICE AIPIAI Starke Taxi
nl, ((220) feet from northwest ( SEAL) A. J. Thoma.tt at Starke. Florida, this 1141. FI.frUUA RJgurd December* 1, 1941, In t b above Service :
K' "' Northeast Quarter ofI" A.. CI..rk of Raid Court.f (OFFICIAL SEAL) A<.t'\t .: Thomas V..th. residence, Is named Court and rause. wherein .

*'"' Qlla.rt.t. running South tfO/'PI nllht. ; ki 1 1 As Clerk. of sjld Court. II-It Unknown. Plaintiff seeks dlvorte. Bradford i.
1 to on this
required shall
appear Telegraph publish
'. Ea.t lundred Four Ten Hundred(210)Twenty feet. [! Atty.8. Cowles for Pit.i Flr. De"b.I ., I9 l In the above Order In next four weekly 'Issues.Wltnens Locally Owned and Opeated ,

,I ""t, thence North Two Hun- COVRT. BR 'lwoRt, .: named Court and cause, wherein my hand and official seal
1 1 T'n' (210)( feet hnc.. West ,IRC1'IT FLORIDA I I tHAHny' "" plaintiff seeks divorce, BradfordCounty at Htarke, Fla. this (I.t. 30. 1941.
r Hundr..d feet ( ciRcriT rot-Hi4. IR.'O"OROc.ot..r" Telegraph shall publish this l (OFFICIAL HEAL) ThomasAs Phone 150 "
Twenty !
hI (420) ATlene IV 'I"'EIY In next four weekly UsueeWitness f court. 10-11 4111-21 1'
pIRl' FI.onl. Order Clerk i>
*' I In .
beginning .1
being T. .10. rMnMftVB. ,
10" > I ionardo VIlna l my hand and of rlclal seal Chan. Jacksonville, Fla.
e. ,V' Eaitt':Town"BP| I' i South, .Jones, Deendant. l NI.U17. .. Maria (Maraflotl.) at Htarke. Fiorina, this Oct.. 17,1941.OFFICIAL Atty. for M'I.r..
containing about Case No. 14sS.OMDEHOP Day.
vivn*, HEAL) A J. Thoms
Aere. ATIO ( -
more or lee OF PU"U
ot" >nlne *. ORDER TO APPEAH : PIHLICATIOAND As Clerk of said Court 1.1t1'dn. nni>roimroi Nigbt" '
J Fill Ie,, Guardian.I AND NOTICK1 Kaas Jacksonville, iv rnirrrrOCHT, .
It C.
1\.211 STATE OF FI.RIDA to: Arl..nJon. I OF FLORIDA to: Maria for Plf.IV "NTV, rLoHiiiAi 11 CHAVMary I

.. elo W. R Batte. RTATi1 IMarat.I)_ VI.a.! residing. (' 4.
Ueor.la.You ". in D. Lattro Kr.I. pralntlf.
I *5EER" OF BLICTIOV 'are requlr. to appear on In the of .Hegglo. r..Calabria CIHCTIT 401-RT. RR 'DFOBICOrVTY "". Richard ., '
N.OTICB T0 APPEAR .. .. In the abovenam..d the providence KI.OHIIIA IV <'IIA'CKMV Case Nn 1581. ,
j .. of Florida to: W. N. December Court 191. .. wherein. required. to appear on William J. Human. Plaintiff I vs.Ina OP PUBLICATION
am. DMtner. Uriah D. and cu.tod, vu are i;: Case No.'ORDER Of/EU Gulf Life Insurance Co.
ra'. r\h Vi MMiner... Mary D. 01 plaintiff ..Bradford dl..orce CounlY ..- DecVmber. Court 1st.. 114 cause In Ihe, wherein abovenamed R Qulnan., a OF FLORIDA TO APPKAKHTATE to: Richard .! .

nr O. RI.lne. N. D. Ha- .hld. pubU.1 Ihl. ord.r Inn."t lntlff necks d vorce, Bradford o> PUBLCATION AND Krausn, whose r..lc." t. unknown.
ii Edward N Dlckerson. Mary .hal... I..u.. shall publish this NOTICE I
8 n. DlPkerson. M. C. Dickerf my hand and ottl.lal ".al County Tel."raph BTATE OF FLORIDA to: Ina n You are required, to appear on
a : Myers, C. J. Husband. at Wlne".. thl. Ot, 14. lUt.OFFICIAf. Order Witness my hand .'".' :, ltnanJ whose address Is co Mr December 1, 1941, In the abovenamed AGENT it'
.nuoband. Samuel F. Myers, SEAL) Tlom. Florida U, 1941.rOFFICIAL C. low.Id 1102 High St.. fgl- Court and cause, wherein
( at Htarke. thl.Ot. ( ) ALVAREZ '
I I"'wlln.. Laura owns::. of ..aid Court. 10-3 411.2O. BEAU) Thomas.. umtila. H.utl Carolina. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford .'h
1 1I1 Hir DoWIn*. J am.. H. A.. Clek A. JackRon.I", 1101.Ida. of said Court. 10-24 4t 1114iv You are required. to appear on County Telegraph shall publish this

IIn.n.'. ?. C. frown. W. H. Itephen'. A Clerk December 1st, 14 In the above Order In next four weeklr Issuee, P. O. Box 308, Starke, Florida "r :
1- tiowllnaJoseph At named Court rause, wherein : Witness my hand and nfflclal seal
J-dwl\rd.. H a 111. Dowllng. 'OFonoOl'.TY. (" nmnroRnoi plaintiff ....k. divorce, Bradford at Htarke. Fla this Oct. 80, 1941. ,
Edarch.! Florida La norirnmllfratlon iv nnrriT COIRT. 1" C: .VLOMIHA. iv c''IR1. County Telegraph shall publish this (OFFICIAL HKAL) A J. Tnmal '
Company, offc FLORID" James C. UrlpPr. Plalnlff, Order In next four weeklv Issues.Witness As Clerk of said court. 10-31 11-1 SEE US TODAY-TOMORROW IS .
>. Rall- Viola. Orlpper hand and official seal I
r-.T Florida Burk.. my Chan. Miller. Jacksonville,
"III'CII"lPn7' corporation. If Fr.nc'' Defendant.I. at Htarke, Florida, this ot Ie,. 1941.OFKICIAr. .. for
I-t. 5 '* either l of them be .. Mar.aret M. nlrke. 102HDKR OF PI'BLICATION_ AND ( HKAL> A. Thomas,. At Plf'L OFTEN TOO LATE ,
n.' Pirtles. ... n"J"' 0 AfPEAI\ said Court. IO-Z4 4t 1114Ja .
.. clalmlnar interest --- ---- -- --. ... ViolaOrlpper As Clerk of
on y .uch d..cea..dor. other- OF Ptm"APPF.AH" STATE OF .. M. I'eeler.. Jacxsoavllie, Fla.Atty. OTI"' OF prl.I."TIO'. I
IB and to the land herein- ANn NOTJCE TO residence. .nknown. for Plf. \ "f: \\1 .
d'rlb"4. OF 10: Mal to onDecember < rmlr Hill I.MNOT1CK > (
FLIIUA are required
and to unknownr..t -
"'1. ,Ialrnlnll 9TATF Bur plt.fl..ld.1IaaRach".t. I..t; In the above. IH IIKHEHY OlVKJf: that
In aiiy rllrht. title ..ret Il. clo Court and rause. wherein MOTICK Of *PPI.U' TIOV FORT T W. Slaughter holder uf Taa ,d
do aro said lands: which lur..t.. DlaTnllff seeks divorce, Bradford I ItKKK: ('.rUfl.at. Nos, 3 S, Issued the j
"r.; H'i.-l rtluatcl la I D Bradford : -YO-U are r.qulr..d to on. ,. Telegraph shall P bll-h thisOrder 4"..><. Bill *.. I 9I 4th. day of July A. D. I9J has ,,'
< and described a* 1.t.. 19U. In the ahov.n.m..d Co.nl In next four weekly Issues.Wltnesa NOII.t I HEHEBY fllVKft filed I same In my office and has .
"cil Court and ( u"". wher.lnplaintf my hand and ofl.I.I..a'' '' 1..Haxon, holder" of Ta* made application fur ala. deed te''
at N. 1!:. Corner of the ..eek. dlvor., Bradf.rd Htarke. FI.rld. this I. Ut. Certlflrates .Vumbered r..p""U..ly.. be Issued thereon. Held certificate ,

"" .. publehthl" at(OFFICIAl, 8KAL> A.J. flit. 11'l 1&1U, 15 I. 11. 3. Usue4k .mhr..e. the fo\nwln" d..rlb..' ,
Order In nest four Merk of said Court. 10-2 4 1114MaurlVe 1M and property In of Hra<
A OoMstein. 'th.. .T uf August A. D. 1913. ford. Beatnf to-wlt: ,
AUTO PARTS '"vTUnes. my hand and otflla. yff ly'to Plf. Jack.ynvlll. hat filed;same In my office .' of NJ1' J'lf.rloa.. l cf UK 14 Her ,
"lark... Fla. thl. -- ha made application for tax dee: 10 1. 1 K.. HO Acres, .
t at Thom.A. be Issued I. |* embraced under
r.n ) vrFRY to u."n. more or
OFFICIAL Fi.6mi iv
TIRES. REBUILT ( "I"T. 4t CI respectivelyembrar
Certificates .
( Hold No. >
Cl..rk of Jack.on.IU.. FloridaAty. 'ot.T1.tir ( IKT. IR %n"ORP the fallowing described .Io 'ertfl.a' NWW'of Do Your Trading
.. Loul. J..I.Plf. Marie Peacock t.'sry. No."IId" I properties in the. County of Brad Hee. 11 Twp. f H. It. 1
CASH FOR for '. Usry7 vfeadanC Case ford. Htate of .. .rlda. to..I: Acres, more or I... Is embracedunder

C.\Rg AXn:: TRUCKS INCONDITION. ,pronoCOI'.TY. 1U.onDER! pfBLICATIOV AND 1'1.' I. 3. *. said C.rtflrat.o.. I. where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are
IAt'IT COI'R'r. 11 OF 31-11 Twp. 7 H. H.22
"-'it' I He* The sal prop.
FI.OIUUU .. NOTICE TO APPEAR to KddleCsrv E! Is embraced under said C.run. erty a..m.nt. certificate* !1.- given away with every $40 In trade

BTATE OF FLORIDA Unknown. cate No. 1529, were tn the name of Mr*. N certificates.
C"R1.N.nnl. or
tJ8ef \a. 81.k. P1..lat. NOORnER whose residence la Lots 1, S. 9. 20. .u.
Autos t appear en Blk 7 Except I L Knl"h.Inl.
$25 cp You are r."llr.d be Are ReileenMdi.
Deendant. certificate
& In the above. Hampton park Bee. 31-12 Twp. Ih.1
YJ.r,1. OF December 1st. 141 cause, whtrelnDlalntiff K. H. 2S E, le embraced under ," according to la"l lit c n M SMITH'S GARAGE
HASKINSAUTO PlBLCAT ..am.d Court dlvoree. and custodyat said certificate No. 1510.Blk property described therein 1
ANI: t. !* seeks Counl T.I.- I Hampton Park Bee. 31-11 old to the hl"h..t bidder the You CbooM
FLHIDA 01 chld. Iradfor< tbl. InD."t Twp. in H. 23 83, la embra.d courthouse the first Monday STARK
PARTS SI.k. tnknown 04e. In the month of December. FLORDAJ
E. who. to __kl aiuUr- .ale certificate No ua.
lWOf'tIa o( fawn Boml You ar. tb. .bo. lour ua.1.0. All tEa. Lot" ', 14 1941, which: Ieb.. 1st day of Hecember-
om 1 D.mb.r.-lat.and 1"1..1.... wb.r.l. Wit.... JT & .ftlclal.aS .


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Go Get 'em Tornadoes !

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': lro j 1941 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE .' ; ''> ;;
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:.", Green Cove 0 Bradford..*- 16 Tonight (Friday. ) I ',.,:;'7i7; '

F Fla. Scho Deaf-0 Bradford-7 ;JlOfBe :\if V

8 P. M '.; '
Wildwood-6 Bradford-19 4,
Alachua-12 Bradford '

;' -kReddick 0 Bradford 47 'BRADFORDVs. '. :; .

Hastings-21 Bradford-13 "o. ;,
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Nov. 14 Bolles Mili. Here ; ,
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yti i Nov. 21 Jasper There ; '

Nov. 28 Monticello Here BOLLES"Cu': ,, :
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j Tornado tackle,. la a Odell (Mutt) JODM.nimble Tor-.
Ralph Dudley 188-pound
? unlver scouts they want to tlt'e more A B H S BOOSTER nado qiuwtrrbnck, I Ix platinr his I
man Uy say I, last aeam>n for B. II.s. gnd.uateey .
of when be finhhen hid high school career. But tills spring aftt'throe|
B. H. S. will claim him for two more reason a* years in Tornado harne-w Bel
he U now a Sophomore and will continue to do will long be remembered at Uwl
plain and fancy tackling.: for .the Tornadoes for man who played one of !tile IIIIJK
ome time yet. consistent gamer In the B.a 8,1'
: 96 96
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Beat 'Em Tornadoes
With You Tornadoes Girls The FIGHT ON TO
Sic 'Em Tornadoes
After The Game

Your I .

'%;Personal flr
Just To Let You Know You Do Your..... Best, Boys /f.4y.,.s So You Don't" Like Football? Come 'On Ole Bradford

We'll Do The Rest BoysVANHP&IESTCO. A Appearance',. THAT'S WHAT YOU THINK. ,
We're Proud Of Our Coach
And Team. ."" ..y. -:- And You'll Come Out Tonight. and See .

., You'll Have. The Time of Your ECONOMY:'' CO:*|
Electrical Work


SHOPPE From The Captain To The
To The Finish Never
Fight ,
We Got The Spirit You Got Opposite Courthouse Go Get 'EM Tornadoes! WaterboyWe're
Give In!
What It Takes, Tornadoes! 96 Phone 96 WE'RE ALL BACK OF YOU With You 100 PercentOn
The Way To and From The Game W j
See Our New Fall Curlee Suits Together We Can't Lose
Us Fill,Your Tank With Super SheD
Est. 1894 ?-'Walgreen Agency Always 1[:' BRADFORD BARBER SHOP L. L.LIBBY, Owner

Bradford .f.
We Infen'd, To Back Our Foot: WE'RE PROUD OF YOU

Fight To The Finish Never Give Take It Away, Tornadoes. High ball Team By,Our Attendanceat .

DON'T LET US DOWN I Every GameGO Diamonds Watches

'. ,; In! BoostersGo Certified Watch Repairing

A'& P FOOD STORE Used Tires & Parts Get 'Em MOTOR& HAMITER CO. Gem JewelryA I


Empty Grandstands Never e
Football Team Is No Stronger
Win A Football Game -
.. Than The Support It Gets
There's A Seat For You At t Bradford Park- ; From The Home Folks '

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14. 1941 NOV 1 41941

Dignified JuniorsHI Fourth Grade NewsWe I them the better for you. t r)

( School Journal Nearly all of the Seniors set J1''
students! This Is your rov- have a new pupil In our the' example: by braving the mad

ing reporter giving you the latest room Peggy Dale, from Milwaukee Wednesday: at the fair. There' "'
news and views from B. H, S. WIs. She used! to come to
;;; STAFF Well, another week has passed our school when she wan In the were, a number of teachers getting ;' 1

EditorinChieflifirjorle I.t1. Holies Vs. B. H. S. Junior Test Papers Clothes Make and didn't we have fun at the first grade Now she I Is back a good foot bath too. Enos p '

Here TonightThis fair? (sarcasm) 1 felt like sitting again and we lire glad she is. and Jacqueline Frank and Richard I

Reporters Thompson Disclose BonersIn The StudentNo down and crying my little eyes Every Friday we vote to find and Jewell and Elise amongnumerous ;, .I'
Jsilcox social Margie Mathews, Friday, (November 14,) a recent Literature test doubt you have heard the out the Merry-Go-Round.when I didn't get to ride on the best American girl and the others mustered enough 11 f

Dorothy Green the football boys will tangle with given to the Junior class Miss old< phrase "Clothes make the "" test American boy In our clans courage to ride the roloplane I.
Everyone Is very sorry about It Is a great honor to be electedto
special Ovid Features Futch-, Joe the boys of Holies Military Aca- Fernandez was quite surprised to man." That Is to be our adoptedline Lorraine Moncrlef leaving She either of these offices and each while Patsy and Bertlce Rllcooc : t'I t

Hayes Lander demy under the lights of Brad- find! that some of her students with a little substitution. It was so likeable It Is a shame of us hopes to win. rode on the merry-go-round. Lots 1: '

i junior Reporters ford's ball park. Belles has a had evidently been studying some is just as Important. to come to she couldn't stay on at good old Patsy Cox has helped. to make of fun, but a little damp, waanl ,
well dressed as it Is to
Davis. Nina Bishop, Edna fine record as far as records go, outside material. There were a dress correctly If we go to thePresident' B. H. S. our room more beautiful by bringing It? I

1 Edwards but ''Bradford has also many number of very original; answers ball, and of course we Rain rain good old rain. Didn'twe us a lovely flowering plant. For Thanksgiving style yot '
_. Patsy Roberts achievements. Holies has beaten to some of her questions. It was have fun getting out at 1:00: All of Us enjoyed our visit to 1'.'
_'"-- want to know how to dress t1'0 should take a look at the new '
ewe ________ Ma Parkersportl Green Cove Springs 12-0. Bradford also strange that no one was able to either place. There are numerous every other day last week. It's the fair. We were certainly glad:
TTBuddy( Davl beat Green Cove to the tune to: find these answers again. To authorities who Just simply super. I think I'll when the lain stopped and we DFLi (Design for Living) which t '
you may I4'have !
_..II-JDougla* HazesgpecW of 190. So come on out further your education we have call on the weather man and tell could run to the fair grounds. the Home Economic students \
__ and seea consult, but I shall try to give you
Feature real game, after decided to list a few of these him to carry on with the bad Pigtail seem to be just I'! '
a week-end of the basic foundation.
..11 the for this weather
thing "
and we're weather. rainy ;
Joe Lander rest' for' the giving the answers,
,01 Hayes boys. They didn'trefit somewhat With low heeled shoes which Most of our students went to so ,when your hair Is drooping, :it
Report*** the time different were One of gossipers told me that
all ,
junior\ though, because my
Bishop.; Shir-" ? found In our book. the well-dressed student,ordinarily the fair :feat week. just turn Into the little'girl you .'I J ,,
Nina they went Sunday morning'Carolyn G. came
Davis through regular p1'aeUce. wears to school, skirts, sweaters, used to be and don the "country I ,
lIey, Marjorie Grider, Edna No rest for the weary, but According to our book, "Typee" i around( for Nina Tb go horseback Margaret Reddish from Vanderbilt "
blouses simply tailored suits and cousin styles. Other Interesting
h,{artha Markey, E v a victory for their efforts. Is one of Melville's most famous' riding with her. Nina said she school visited! our class last "'
dresses are matched and worn and timely article. are "So All
Galney books but one of our more edu-' had to go to church, and further Wednesday. 1 I
very effectively by the girls. Cot- Mrs Hart, teacher Men Are Equal 1-1' "For a 1'I t
cated Juniors said she went
Girl's Sports that is was a more every Sunday. Are
Meet Mrs. IngwalsonMeet ton plays an Important part In Heavenly Ii a 10." "Bringing UpDad"
Opal Peele tent In which an Indian lives. I you sure Nina? I
the school girl's wardrobe. A (there was one about bringing ,y 1.J!
one of our newest teachers was under the Impression that an Well, since you are undoubtedly Fifth Grade NewsWe ;!
small amount of silks and taffetas Up Mother In the last Issue); I
arial Mrs. Ingwalson She Is one avalanche was a landslide but according may be worn on a special getting tired of this monotonous "Does Radio Need You?" "Which r t i .
of the eighth to one student, I a m dribble, I will close until next are BO sorry It rained and 11t t {
grade teachers. Her dress-up occasion; ruffles, frills, Career For You? "An Edge onCarving"
HONESTY BUILDS wrong because he said that It was week, spoiled our fun at the fair; however
original home was In Sent raila, and a large amount of lace are (which show the correct ,
CHARACTER when a mountain falls down. "The we are proud of the sun-
111., but she Is now residing in put aside for dates, dances and way to turn out a beautifuljob
| honest person la admired Gainesville where her husband Is Marble Faun" has been listed in Sunday. With winter definitely Eighth Grade News shine now. on Thanksgiving), and num-
spected and trusted by all attending the University of Flor- literature as one of Hawthorne's We are working fractions and erous others. And just think, we i

low! men. He la the one ida. She received her degree books but one person thinks thatIt ered. 8In -..\ most of u* think they are fun get It all for only fifteen (cents!

Deceives the Important, from Carthage College at Carthage is a young deer. Those of us colors and styles from which to Mrs Anderson's room, we R 0. Gilffla went home todayat Among the new additions Is ,(

menta and biff Jobs which III.The who have studied history have choose; but we should rememberthat elected the following officer due recess because he was Ill. We the bus which Is driven by the ;
He Is the person who known Francis Marion as "The the he will be buck .
elf moat Interesting place she fashion decrees the simple to change of rooms: hope in school Lawtey bus driver Louie LeeWalnwrlght. <
about a thing and whose: Swamp Fox," yet on the test "The President.
ed I coats Sweater Betty Turner. Monday
has ever been was Madison, 111., princess as tops. It I la a great Im
|r la relied upon. It is so where she lived for two years Swamp Fox" was defined as a sets worn with matching or con- Vice-President, Billy Overstreet. George Rymer has been absent provement over their last one.Th ,
lu tell even a "little 'white which lives In a swamp. Me- trasting skirts keep us looking Secretary A. T Andiews. several and we've been
Madison Is built around two lakes, days wondering first day they rode In It the;
hat all of us have to watches these lakes being only six blocks hevl king of "the. Typees In Melville's cheery even In the gray of winter Treasurer, Seletta Sparks. what the trouble Is. We had to put up with the smell o '

constantly and think apart. "Typee. was Identified as If discrimination and fore- Reporter Dorothy Mott. hope he IB n't sick and will be fresh paint but they all agrees,
what we are.saying and the Sister of Roderick Usher"who sight are used we should have We have decided to pay five back In school Monday that U waa worth It Just to have '
The two most
nhat we say will effect our Interesting persons we had thought, was named some beautiful and desirable re- cents per month for class dues. The flower Madge Brownlee ia! brand new school bus.
men. One's good reputable she ever met were Mrs.i Lady Madeline Fortunato, one of sults.It Dorothy Mott reporter, I
most valuable posses- Dyketra and Nellee Kedzia Jones. i the main characters In "The Caskof brought tQ the class room Is If you have been wondering why

land when ,we intentionally Mrs. ,Dyketra is the wife of the', Amontillado" is "a'man who always' seems that boys never '8-r blooming. Gerald ine Cox broughtsome Douglas has such red hair, you j
have the problems girls' have. I pretty flowers this week should take a look at his sister .
lit by telling falsehoods, we president of the University of killed another man. To those What would happen if:
I They choose durable, solid, warm They make the classroom look On ,
the same subject: we wonder
Wisconsin. She
purling ourselves as well al- was impressed by who know wine, Amontillado Is a It stopped raining for awhile?
b we may not realize! It. her charm and the ease with 1 very fine Spanish sherry but to clothes and look well In them Mary Lee didn't know her history cheerful how Freeman' would look cut I r

i by little those small, baby which she spoke. Nelle Kedzia' one in means a character in the except when it Is necessary to ? I o-n short. Right recently Dorothy .I

ooda grow with the nourishof Jones was the first person to story "The Cask of Amontillado." really dress tip. Since boys are Anlce missed a football game? We had a good time at the Green and Dorothy Norman have

telling: them and soon have her portraits hung In the The rarest case In the history of naturally rougher and more active Coach took his hat with him to fair on "Children. Day" although tinted theirs Dot Green's was
Agricultural Building of the University medicine was the fact they have to buy clothes football ? j a mistake at the beauty parlor '
become enormous- 0 r e that William which will last. Sharkskin Is a game the rain wouldn't stop. We could f : .t tI
OUI perhaps that we at first of Wisconsin. She was 83 Gilmore Simons was born Mary Alice wasn't a good math have used a boat
hard to neat the laund-
keep by i RULED INDEX CAKD3 AxAi I
old and Mrs from 1819 until 1891. student
ht they could come and cer- years impressed We have missed Myrtice War- I
erer or laundress. Therefore It ,
more! enormous, that we Ingwalson with her pep and lively These are but a few of those Is a good Idea to choose some Hazel Fields reporter ren and we hope that she will be ill per BRADFORD COUNTY r 1TELk0RAPB
4 A A.i
II I them to grow. Then It Is Interest in life. She gave speecheson received. We are wondering what other material for wear to school able to come back soon. i '

Wit start' committing crimea "Growing Old Gracefully" will be derived from the little In the winter although It will passIn SocietyCarolyn Betty Ann Flynn brought some!I i

eadlng a life in which we are Mrs Ingwalson enjoys good test to be given this week. the summer time. Now there lovely roses for our room, making ......... ," !
ntly avoiding the law and plays and music. She was for- By Marjorie Grider, Is a greater variety of colon In Green attended the It look nice in spite of the '" 'I" I,

living. All during this tunate enough to hear Fritz 11th grade. boys' clothes. There must be Georgia-Florida football game In rain.We ,....-.. J
lial process which Is taking Kreisler play the violin. .She considers something more appealing becausethe Jacksonville Saturday. have finished the book

I we may have intended only herself a victim of red Senior BiographiesCLIFTON girls are copying them, even Roberta Whitfield and Marjorie "Mary Popping," and are now I il,! }
pic revenge for an unkind act hair which she dislikes but she Is to the point of wearing vests. Davis were in Macelenny Sunday, reading "Mary Popplrm Comes

i ui or we may have been about to get used to. We are, HAYES While we are mentioning copying Lucille Melvin was in Gainesville Back." : .i! t

I Jealous of someone's rise indeed, happy to have Mr*. Ing- clothes I am reminded of the Sunday. I Patsy Dew, reporter,

[authority. walson and we sincerely hope From Brooker comes the next fact that clacks and jodphurs are Ralph Nettles...spent Sunday In i A DependableLife ;:
i school Is the little town in that she will enjoy being and( Senior who wishes to have his not worn to school by well- Cedar Key Odds And Ends :1

i we apend most of our wak- working with us. r history related to the public' Not dressed girls. If you wish more Virginia Sewell Was visited by
', that he wants to do It, ,but it Is her sister bale's [' understand that the "B" Preserver
oun white-w..are of",school warmth and protection In cold room mate. t
surest'.ways"not to build" good just as' 'matter* of'''orm. His and her bad Its ,first :
time'is lBo"t'heUmId weather there are tome very room' mate' mother, program; Friday l
and train ourselves for character. Face ,the ''reality of name Is Clifton Hayes. pretty knee-length socks which from Tallahassee, Saturday and morning. Dot and Jerry" sang'"l f <

we shall later bee o m e. the question: "What do you gain Clifton used to be classed as a can be purchased. For both boys Sunday. Understand" with Virginia Sewell ,....I U Important In an emetgency. : I j

tlnr is perhaps one of the by' cheating?" This question can bashful person but now he is and girls simplicity is the keynoteto Dorothy Faxqn spent SaturdayIn accompanying them and remindedus you need dependable r ,
be answered Individually and' !in what you would call a regular correct fashions anywhere Jacksonville and at the Naval of professional We sang some ;'
the same way by everyone: fellow. He likes football, bas- Air Base. i. patriotic and school songs. Idalou Automobile Insurance t
"Nothing really nothing." Then ketball and boxing. He expectsto Mutt Jones and Davis read that "If"
I UTTER BISCUITI BETTER i First Grade NewsWe ( Ralph Nettlesattended great poem b.ror..n emergency occurs. t.
CAKEI why do you cheat? If you do It witness the famous boxing 1 the Green Cove vs. Bol by Rudyard Kipling I was told a ,
NOW stair In so little a thing as a test or arena In Madison Square Garden are bringing our money for' lei football game Friday In Green that she could recite It from Buy It now I i't'
IFOR OOODNISS SAKII written lesson you are only sow- when Joe Louis will be excluded the Junior Red Cross We want to Cove Springs memory, but she had her book

Ing the seeds which will cause from the title of the Champion.Well be loyal to our country. along just to be sure that her Charley E. Johns k 1 '

you to gain promotions by an that certainly Is a lot to Miss Lilley's First Grade CAROM l'AI'EIt-8 1-2 x 11, knee did not play out on her
unfair hand when you are on want but It should be plenty of S 1-3: x 131 *2 per box-Bit AD- and her memory go blankety- Agency I ;

V / your own In the world. Of course fun. SEVENTH GRADE NEWS FORD COUNTY TKLEORAPII.. !: blank. The membership cards Stark, Florida ::1

ti you may say that you would not Three dislikes are girls who were given out, too, to the ones 110 Eat Call Street "

O think of such a thing, later on, smoke snakes, and English. Some 7-PP close to school, although) w e who had paid their dues. Girls Telephone. .. ISJUprtMMlit "p,,1 i, i,

: but the course has already been other likes are dances, long trips, We are very glad to have Mona thought we wouldn't get to go and boys, that card Is your pas ,, '

proved years and years ago and teachers, the principal, and bru- Rawls a new pupil, in our room because of the rain. to the coming celebrations and THE TRAVILIH. Hsrtfwtf !
If you are wise, you will take a nettes with brown eyes. We are glad the fair was so Jean Griffin, reporter. good time. The sooner you get | I 1 1it

b ki I new lease on life and start todayto The saddest moment of his life ,

building for the future by being was when she told him that she

fRalepiah honest. In little things as well did not think It would work for it
as large things. In this way you her to go with him. The happiest '!, I'

will have good reason to be proudof moment, In contrast, was when :
douel..ding yourself at the end of life's she changed her mind. ,
journey, and can sincerely leave ambition Is to becomea 1Ti.MlII'r
R. Send for NEW booklet, eon.f Clifton's t
-Ins. donna of bright Ideas to Im.' the thought that honesty made a United States mall clerk. We ; }
your biking. Addrwi: Rumford beautiful and beloved character of
gi Powd.r. Box V.Rumford. R.I. the senior class, hope that any- I
you. thing you do for Uncle Sam will ( 1 1'I

be a success. 1 J

When I was born I was given '" I.

the name of Cleo Virginia, but at

the age of three, I tried to call 4H .,

myself "Ginger" in stead of Clco. "

I that.still, wish that I had been called

Horse-back riding is the sportI I
1 .
love best. I must have likedto '
do this when I was very, very .'

young, for the first words I ever ,
spoke were "Whoa, mule." I get i j'
I ,
to ride a lot during the summer.I ,
II I also like real sour lemons, <

11 swimming, dancing, music and ;
brown eyes and black wavy hair. .
At home when no one l Is around *

i I play the guitar and sing. I \ % y w,
'1 ,I
hope no one ever comes In while .ji1 t
I'm doing this. ; ;

COME I IN AND I LET US SHOW I II The most excited moment In .

my life was when I was on the .
for the first time In a ,. :
YOU I HOW I IT'S DONE school stage play. I had the jitters. I .",I

still have them when I stand up f
In front af .'.
something a
to say
Everywhere of the a .
about the p.rformane
people ere talking of people.
Dodg,. And about the remarkable fact that the new Docge group ,/,
*"b brings favorite movie actor is Bus- I'
All-Fiuki Drive and the new Power-Flow Engine My '"I
he owners tfr* rer power bat uses Jets gas. Get th* facts ter Crabbe. My favorite colors ;
'* a d.mon.tntlon-now. Drift Fluid Drive-and too I are red blue, and gold. My greatest : ,',"
e go back to the old way. (taut *erw..P Termel desire Is to have long black, zd-;

wavy: hair. and a real dark complexion. ,.f.fIn

I I 1' There are two or three thingsI offices, factories, shipyards and workshops, the pause that !r',!

have in mind to do when I refreshes with Ice-cold Coca-Cola is a pleasant moment on ,

-. IS made finish up high my school mind, but yet.I have There not l Is the sunny side of things. This welcome drink Is the easy way l

one thing I am sure that I am to turn to refreshment without turning from work. When you /

not going to do. I am not goingto work refreshed do work and better work. ,: }
P. get married until later In life. you more t

Roberts Motors (The class hopes that the vocation ''I

you choose from those you tOfTllO UMOIS AUfMOiltr Of Till COCA.COIA COMPANY ST \ ;'
mind will to be the You trust its qualityb. '
Florida have In prove ;



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Luck Smiles With Mighty Circus _
and Barnum & Balley--wlll exhibit THOS: i'M 5T2Ot4S ENOUGH FOOD MADE MEMUsKLES hie You're on the road 10
in Jacklonvllle, Saturday, SEA-HORSES AND SMART ENOUGH BLASSOIvtUK a IT minute you (loin the Navy IUcce"lfIt

I ivov 1:5: and he'e' a synopsis ot TO BE ASAILOR [: ELEPHAJKEARS, GOES! ? liar increases In pay II You get)"0-

Its 1941 features: $ AN' I EARNED 1 1, Ckr6 Ins to !Ii",.::::. no board bills cods you IIOIh.

I Me: and MI'!!. GarKantua the 9t ... or dentist bills You\ even no dCI4W

Great, the world's most publicized ; worth of uniforms. Fne. get $118.00

'. and fascinating gorilla couple; the ;f f" 'A1 f a .killed trade that pays poi Itor

Jul" new fairyland fantasy, "Old King when you return to civman lice. 1II0IIt,
Cole and Mother Goalie:' dCfllgnJd If 17
you are
ti or
atd costumed by Norman Bel ?, A zr s .Kt( of the illustrated bookie over,,pet Q bee COpy

Geddes, of New York Wodd's ;2Y' U. S. NAVY," from the ,"LIFE IN THE
Fair Fut rama tame, In which 2- 3 I this newlpap Navy Editoral

000 people and animals tAke pArt. S
6 I'
Geddes bas redesigned tile circus

from front to back, 5> vII 4lXRt0uftiZy!
"Old Cole and Mother .
King ( 40URNAW /
Goolle" cost $30.000, and I. the 0_ t... r."r..,..,e,.. ,-,1..,w .,e.1 rs7A MiMhs '$.w 5 .'Lv sliT IN tgyj!

grandest at all Big Show pag- -- --
eants: hence It h. spotted on the .I
program to follow Alfred Court'a Legion Center Notes 'To :1 Fini,,"' adjoining the Starke Telephone Pledger was arrested In Green War and Peace

three great mixed groups of per- Co Cove Sprlllgs October 16. The
Cold weather Is here, but the The lessee Is Morris Brown-
:armlng wild animals, eo that latecomers shooting scrape took place at a
won.t miss It. American Legion Center has It'. Iteen! of Gainesville, who will
When h. V. S. which :ook In Reno when Fred Sapp,
torpedoed The new Blrdland aerial ballet huge fire place, around establish an up-to-date shoe re-
tank., Salinas limped into starring lovely SHy Ardelty costumed gather the boys who have been I pair shop there. The lease Is for night police arrested Pledger for

port under its own power, one by Max WeJdy of Purls left behind. There is a suggestion 1 three years, beginning ,November stealIng clothes out of a saJeeman's d

01 he luckiest fellows board and staged by Albertina Rasch of regret In the tone of their conversation 111, and the shop will be open for ca. Two negroes framed

was Phillip /tfcBride/ (above) famed .o'r.'ywood and Broadway although they realize business! "JUllt as soon as. c rtain. up 0'\ Sapp and Pledger took hisgun'away
: from him and later inyho
Chicago.. It was the. third musical show dance director; an that the reason for mlllllng the alterations can be made fri the ;
maneuver Is that one ot the centers ciln i night shot and killed Grant
M lime he hod milllM death by invasion of acts t rom South building and the "
America ot this huge Uncle San' I be Installed," Mr Clute stated wit)* the gun for IOsqueallng' onIi&
beaded three
incht>.. lie was transferred by flying II. .
business Is at Dlanding I. with reference to the stolen
z from he S. S. Greer 10 he Diego-Fernandez troupes i the : Wednesday clothes
S. S.' Kearny shortly before grew Truzzl, juggler: Herbert The staff at the Legion Center :aT..'. Brownsteen was formerly
the Gret was attacked and i Castle, tight-wire star: the Yaco- find compensation for the Ilow-I In the merchBntlle business"4nGainesville.
the pis, Gauchos and Dlvisos, springboard up In their big business, giving a:. Maw !.lewisll Welfare illeetvalnn
then was transferred 10 Ad.rianna happy, and healthy recreation .m ion. }..\HI
lIomerRaultlllg troupes; I
Salinas just before the Kearny through a better understanding ."'la? t., end Harry' dining room g
and I I .
Charley trampoline
1 ua lorpedoed. So jar he isstill stars:' Mlle. Loulea flying trapeze made possible by the informal Negro Sentenced tier. .W wlll'be the scene tonight (Friday) I Q I'rota

one Jump ahead 01 a lorpecro. marvel: the three Flying Con cello gatherings, at the tlreslde. I To 25 Years : lock of a dinner meeting.

troupes, with Antlonette: the famous Mrs, Nina Probette, supervisor, o f"ifi e"fewlsh Welfare Board, according -I

Rldlllg Crl.tlanl tamUy-ln lays: "Come down boy a and i. 1'' James Pledger negro, who shot to notices sent out by

i ihoft.800 world renowned artlats. gather around. Help us to pre- ,, I and killed Taft Grant, colored, In Theodore T. '1'l1rall, of the Army

JNEST': There are 1,600 people, 110 elephants pare the welcome home." I Reno recently was sentenced by and Navy eomm1ttee. The' purpose '
Near Iceland 1,009 menagerie al11maJI "we're la this 8CIII to a flDlsh; Judge A. Z. Adkins In Circuit at the meeting Is to elect tx 4 fuAn

of 1ce. end hundreds of horlee. Struth Promoted were Ute words d Navy SecretaryKnox Court Wednesday t a serve 25 permanent officers at the organization -
Somewhere south and west : as lie addressed a marine of.Hcer -
land It had become evident that Germany gredating. class .t Qualltlee, years'in the State penitentiary the careS al\AOWlced.: army private a.
had .atabUabed a big "nest"pt Marriage Licenses Elmo R. Struth, former technical Va. He I. shows above centering Pledger was arraigned by State' warlike mok here a M
submarines preying upon con- sergeant with the 124th In- a commission .11 see 01 Ute new Attorney T. E. Duncan on a Cooks Grocery head ee a theoretical ewq
Eugene Wesley Elder, ot Law- fantry has just received his commission ..meen.I behind a m.und N tns y
., charge; of murder In the first de-
90Y'. and apparently giving peelal I In New Quarters cotton during
tey, and Miss Darrah Johns. aa second lieutenant tOI-
Interest to American warships.What gree. lie pleaded not guilty. At- South Carolina. 'fhe sat
inroads this country's navy I .tarke, Nov 8, lowing graduation from the of-I I New Shoe Repair torney T. Frank Landrum was ap- Earl Cook recently moved Into perch borrowed by the

had been makin(. on It was not r. ricers' training school a t Fort pointed by the Court to defend his new concre t e b I 0 c k store wide. the peaceful sate uerates
ve.1.d Ute published ".cor." being CLASSIFIED Benning, Ga. Lt Struth joined Shop Announced him. His plea of not guilty to building on Road 13 just north of his rocking chab
In of Hitler the the National Guard In 1939 and the "war" take are al
totally favor though murder In the first degree was Starke. This building was erect-
navy department had early announced has been servlllg since that time H. A. Bishop has leased through withdrawn and a plea ot guilty of ed at a coat of approximately $8- 60. A 4-room
that no successes against FOR SALE-Log skidder: tloo ft. with the local company Head- W. T. Clute, realtor, the front apartment
murder In the second
degree 000
I I was Mr. Cook elated last week, second floor houses Mr,
V.bolta would b. repQrted. new 0-8 cable, 2 ek\oldlng\ blocks quarters Detachment 2nd. Bn.,. of the North ot his '
part apace entered. which was accepted by and the first floor will house a bla family.He .
The loss of the Reuben James, 1 pair loading tonII, all other 12.th Infantry. He has been re- building at 119 N. Walnut street I I the State. retail store 40x49, a fllllng station 'I handles a full line 01
the navy said, entailed 85 caluaJUn accesllol'les. $2:50: cash:-Wood.a.d asslJned to active with
duty -the I i
that pace formerly occupied by I The shooting occurred October and office 12x.0. and a warehouse rice, meats, fish and oyllll
aU of the officers being missIng Welch, Can Delivery, Cross
unit at ,
Camp Blanding the Western Union
Co" ,1
Telegraph Grant died October 14, and 20x60. The entire building Is 60x has 21 employes,
as well as halt or the enUated City, Fla lip

men. Only two known! dead, one
survivor dying of his injuries end FOR SALE CH1JAP-! Chevrolet

,the other a body picked from the Coupe In good condltlon.-Mra.
water, were reported. J. n. Lord, 319 W. :Madison,

Reports of the torpedoing of the Starke. Itp IIAVEYOUALWAYSWANTFDWrt R AVtII1
destroyer were that Ute vessel was
tr1lck In the center and broke In FOR SALE Improved M-acre '

,WO, the forward half inking at farm with 12-room bOUM. All ? T

ince, and the anerpart going to the modern conveniences, A. A,

:ottom ;a' f.'iN I minutes later. Evidently Anna, Lawtey tf
moat ox those saved were aft, -
LOST LBlack leather handbag inFlorida'
.end succeeded In picking up a few
Theatre midnight'show
'of those hurled Into the ocean from
Ute other part or the ahlp. Saturday. Finder may keep

The navy said: money for return of handbag fleres yOU c/ance to 'see interesting plocesAND
"It II probable that the attack and valuable papers-Nancy
Alexander, co Marlin Williams
took place during darkneu. From
the terrific force of the explosion It 1 Sarke. Itp DRAW
11 a possibility that the magazine A lIUSINESS 00' YOUR OWN-
exploded. It la a probability that
We still have few available
the maJority'of tile casualties occurred -
routes !In Florida Good
In the forward section, ai- profits
though two of the survivors were selling over 200 widely adver-
from that part of the ahlp." tlseel Watkins Products. Hun.dreds -

; Latest incident was the torpedomg already In business 5 to

of the Salinas, navy tanker, In 20 years, Products on credlt-
'the same district where the others selling experience not lIeccs- a

,had 'occurred. The Salinas made aary-we teach you how. Write

,port. The navy would not give details today for full particulars, J. P.
of her damage, but published Lewis co J. R. Watkins Company -

,no casualty lilt among the crew. Memphis, Tennessee. !ritga olwASett'lM ___ ;


'Rationing? three full-blooded baitI'rown

I A rumor which had been worrying Fox Terrier pupples-Mrs: 1.

hou.ewlves-that the United States, F. Chapman, State Farm Itp H H1BINN

In addition to seeking price control). FOR. RENT-Furnished bedroom
.would also start food control and ,
fireplace hot .
cold water.-
,rationing, was categorically denied
212 North
r 'by Donald Nelson, who said "1 Cherry St. 3'e
should know.
H. I. priorities director of the na with electric stove, hot and cold ItiT0lrll
tlon, and said that
any rationing --
of ''of material whether water" light hou.eketplng-Mn. 1MAa1NS ammo PAW to trowel to'ueID.tllI4 f ar oil pi... OF T-wha You'll ha"e
any type you're in the Navy;J'OQ..._tllIe4 ba mcm.-freel
us the
W. Brown like'h1 No .
Lawtey. tf ," not a dream.it's the lfa! very ,
pee/ lad
s edible or not would normally got la the Nary Hen'. your eha.ee to see ""Meelaacla may and generons> vaation every :J'MI' sad with full pay.And pat time playing deck aporia, bodDa. wreetlIDI':
through his ofI\ce. STATION WAGON people.most folks .ba'a thrill YOII'Uee'when you IMam boa.no IeaveYour work is full of 'brillUke Meet ma itW
FOR SALE- only see in baob.y..mad :you draw liberal trim Navy uniform Ie eunplrl.::
r, sure to go over bI.1 Watell'
That the had been Oo .
matter con aid'ered 1936 Chevrolet. BarClln. In Nay pay to use while"O'n ashore pnelloe.laobUac torpedoes t
panels bassi food
be denied, then showed his good condition. Terma-McIn- Everybody looks"p to a Nary maul .a appetite 1t givee. yoG fOlt that grand Navy

own awareness of the situatloo"by tyre, Tor ode Chevrolet Co,
stating that b. had known that there Starke NO JOB In the world offers 80 much as a caNer in the wwww

i, would be shortages of certain food. lip S. Navy or the Naval n-... It'. Interesting ,. Get this FREE BOOKL

: but that a rationing program bad FOR RENT double bedroom '...healthy...full ot thrWa. Yet it,prepared you to be a LOOK WHAT. THE U. S. NAVY AND
not been talked of.
connecting bath. :alra. W. M.Wimberly .
Foods he mentioned were cheese, 311 North real eucceee In lite-whether you remain In the };1avy 01 NAVAL RESERVE, OFFER ,YOU I Mail COUpoD for your tree copy of"Life

.ot which huge quantities are being street. Cherry decide to return to civil lite. in the V.S.. Navy,"24.Wu.-
It worth IU500. 45 trades. and hated
sent to England, and salmon, which Uncle Sam's new two-ocean Navy offen tremen- t.iOD.to choose'rom. soon. pa.Tit anawera all your
has been abort for a good while, and FOR RENT-down-atln furnlsbfld GOOD PAY with regular lac_ You queat pay, ( y
opportunities for advancement may earn
in a wide variety or and vacations .
which also Ie a favored leale-Ienel apartment adjoining bath up to 1128 a month.EACN you can .xpect.Iona: f
fascinating Jobe There are 45 skilled trades and bow you can retire on a life income-
..100d. Mrs, Sam Anderson, 120 North voce.tiona. YEAR:fOil life entitled 10 a amorous vacation
: Cherry street ltpCosa U you're interested, for instance in radio work, period with full pay. Describes bow you canleam any of'
: bis-pay trades from aviation to
GoaD FOOD and plenty of It.FIInE
...... engineering, photography, carpentry, pharmacy, CLGTIIING. radio how many may become
;Netv Wonders a e ul'null1ed house complete outfit 01 clothing
aVailable Nov 21. Gas store, welding, the Navy may spend $1500 in one year when you Ent enlist. (Over 1100 worth) ofllcere 2'1 scenes from Navy life

It was announced formally that heating system electric Ice box, training you to become an expert in your chosen field. rear MEDICAL cans rei'll., dental .ttllDUoD. showing games you may play, exciting ,
gramicidin, new drug dug out of 3 If' FIN.ST SPORTS and ....tertaiom..I.TUnL.ADftIlTURa. porte you may "wI. Tells enlistment
bedrooms-Mrll. P. E. Ca- you apply yourself, advancement and increases in 31 (DOh
Ute soil three and where 17 and
by Dr Rene to
years ago DRILLS-You ceo'beat apply. I f you are between
DuBose who bad modestly decJllled nova, Jr.. Washington St"Starke. pay will follow regularly, Before the end of your first Navy for them I school required).set this free book DOW. No obligationthe

any public claims for the medicllle, lip enlistment you can be earning up to $126 a month- BECOME AN om c... Many ceo work for aD ap.. Navy Editor or this paperlor a copy.Ortelephou'l'a' .

r' 'and had given It out for testing to P'URNISHICl COTTAGES Oil with your board, keep,and a complete outfit of clothing 01 potntmeot the Air.t to PoACOa.the Naval Academy 0. the Annapolis mail him the COUpon. You caD paste it on a penny

r a dozen medical schools and hoapltala Lake Santa Fe, 5 miles e..t. of given you free! If, at the end of your term of service, FUTURE SUCCU$. It's toe HONOR! II ift
baa turned old to be the easy N.-tramed men wEAR THIS BADGE OF 6t
wonder drug of the ae-far mora Waldo. Electric Jlghta, running you wish to let a job In cavil: life your Navy training to get-d-paJiDc Jobe I. ct.illite. big the tree booklet you decide to:&.

,powerful In germ-killing than the water Inquire L e w l II will be a tremendous asset to you. Employers the country .DlAL RanR.Man.PAT for regular Navy place in the Navy,you will flC8l yon
Jewelry Co"
I aow-famous .u1ta" drugs Gainesville, Fla. over are eager to employ Nayy.trained men. Iapod-emblem. It ill a bade ot boDOf
I tt
Its potency la from 1.000 to JOOOOO be proud to west.

times a. great as ulmanUamlde, IS-ROOM HOUSE wit I b bath.

which has saved thousands of llye. Nicely furnished. Electrically ...----t

One mWlonth-teaapoontuJ, or about equipped. Also 4-room garage
the abe of a drop of mist or fog, ,apartment, nicely fur n lahed. Are you considering joining a military service? Tear outand lake or send this cocoa

baa been sufficient (of gramicidin) Apply Box: U91 or phone 1882 WHY NOT CHOOSE THE NAVAL RESERVE I to tile Navy EdItor of tills aewsP'peI Cs
to protect a mouse 10.000 lethal Daytona Beach, Fla 11-7 3tp .
doses of pneumonia who +
Don't wait. Cheers tits Naval Reserve Without suy obligation on pan
First reports of its use on humans FOR SALE-20 acres cleared and sass .pared,regetd1eee ortbe1eactholu-. tees.io- In tb.
c ple .od f booklet
The Secretary of the NaYI' bell aanouarod: j fa thear.dLtment me re. for ors
came from two Boston unlverdy rested land, With four room "AU mar now eD1iat1nl1n, the Naval n-n- fimermber-the replar Navy aDd Naval ;: doing fu11 details about the opportumtisawill
medical researchers, who told cottage on graded road south be retained on act.ve Navy'duty throu&h- Be nerve offer you the _ms travel. graining in the Navy or Naval a-ne.
01 curing ulcer. In three weeks of Hampton. Write Mrs. D. M. out rtesp.rnd of the sutiosal emergency INt pa a.otioos, pay iocros.n
which bad defted aU drugs for IS Bulge, Waldo. 11.14 Up they will he reJea.d to inactive duty as goon men).iD the NayaJ Phydcalrej N......
years: of' curing a chest infection after the cy aa their services CUI be FiDdOlltaUabouttMNua1a-n-.lt.ctN1) s
which II almost 100 per cent fatal FOR RENT two unfur1'\l.bed as !

ordinarily.k houses 2 1-2 miles Ea. t of

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1a living an -eBellt loction ofpltheet I-is now abel to secure what in those r bus A service regular between, sate and cities dependable Is one Of'. a uses vital are part hundreds of the and community it is now eerie all the care that of ? ,. 1 ,

:' artistry In tiling which: days was only for nobility. Tiling I the features I years \
is necessary of every mod- or small that they have modern managing experience has taught .
01 1I 1 would be pleased to have :you coming into very general use as It, ern community today. The present ] unalienable factor la tho I him how to give. I

>0 0Br. 'I: They are an authority on Is recognized as very reasonable in commercial and social organization -' ment' ot towns and cities alike. This organization is such that thereis

0n to laying of tiling price when Its long life and sanitary of the country require this meaner DO longer the .strangers "within equipped no limit to the amount of work

correct,[ been unuusual11 JIUC- qualities are taken into consideration. of transportation end this well gates" ,who make use of the the larg he can handle. With a flexible or* \ '

beY have business standpoint known firm has supplied it la this but instead the entire populace contract gan iz at Ion and a large one he Is :

fill I from a much to the artistic In the employ of this company are community in a most admirable mends the service of a bus J prepared' to take bold of anything

E !live added and public the very best of craftsmen and manner. less frequently.This is the from a tiny garage to a modern
of many home work is Their drivers are carefully sele well known concern has and building and almost any number of h
JLs in this part of the state to expected both with an eye ed and passenger who ride on this become one of the most them Nor .Is his activities" confined

tt \the show rooms': can be seen beauty and utility. line know that their bus will not aids to progress and this to his home city for ha doss

. the. various styles (>f tiles for The manager is an authority on exceed the speed limit and that on of the,city and county as a part a large business throughout this "

I walls, roofs, -and ,fireplaces this class: of work and will be pleased slippery or rainy days the driver mentioned la outlining the ac. section for many miles around. "< .' "
l It' from to assist with will slow down that have about with ".:". .
have chosen the lines anyone their plans to an absolutelysafe brought steady If you are contemplating remodeling -: !

ef' tho leading manufacturers or draw up plans and !give estimateson speed. These drivers are all vancement. ; his name a building, we could recommend ,', h-1:: ,

? country' and have designs the work. They personally see experienced men and are instructed The manager. Is directly in conscien. nothing better than that you place ::,'' "

,tbs of a great variety "hey that all work is executed: on time to make only as fast speed as absolute of the business and is a srvfo! the matter into his competent and,'. '; !

at and 'mple' work and according t6 the letter of the safety will permit. spirited citizen who ''always to be efficient hands. We are certain therein ... ;.' '

civs\ yoU< plain' You contract.In Complete bus service la affordedby I heart the best interest of the contrac no more reliable authority in this t. 'i'f :" I''
decorative lines. !
to more this admirable firm and the served and tho community: in his per- business than this reliable roan ." ;' ,!
here whole sections so tha.twill making this review we are glad rame care is exercised in handling ability lIe believes '
tel : he lives. lIe met Its the In his work as a constructive i'
be able t.o forecaSt ap- to compliment Mr. I. A. Bornsteln passengers as in handling the steering liberal support shown a factor in the community. .

raace of the floor or walls. upon his highly speelalized service wheel. It Is not strange that patronage of the public. develop Ho Is a public-spirited man In his : .
}.fl'. James J. is
hilt the use of tiling baa been and to refer him to all of our this lino has become the favorite Murphy views and wholehearted in support

for many centuries it leaders as worthy of a call when, in means of transportation with so i ger and Mr Nleuport B. of any live project for community '
m in general 'use "since many people because the management President of the Orange lines of betterm.nL. ,. l
only town.Mr. hlleft nothing undone In They have been in the largo Is In Jack I'
of this century. I. A. BornRtein has been in to T. L. Brown located J'
their effort to provide adequateand tion business for 24 years. build. annvilfo at 2000 West Beaver street ,.
work in this line was rare, business and in tiling work, for over II'
lent/ r safe transportation.The Orange Lines Inc are *f profit Phone Jacknonville-7-8468. : t
'with the Spanish renaissance 28 years. bus has become a business necssity Jacksonville at 601 Went r a I

me of mosaics became quite gen- I. A. Bornstein is located' in Jacksonville a residential necessity all Street Phones Jacksonville- 't

, I In the builllng! of palaces and At 707 Main street. Phone well as a personal necessity. Its StArka-115. i UCI{ AND CO.: d'' II1I
Jacksonvllle-6-0471. (
!IU buildings.: In America. an'oner \ I

-- MANUFACTURER OF W6 I I '' retail- -no large dealers' profits. They distribute "
ROYAL MOTORS INC. : Intro from tho factory and guarantee unconditionally ,.
all merchandise '.
-- section. : sold by .11,
-- MontIcello Drug Co. are manufacturers mon I with the artificial : been them against defects in material and

aYe a ear to suit the price of ev have very many satisfied customersIn of eGO for use in checking under which we, live Realizing of this workmanship. Due to their tremendous I I

purchaser and willingly. give the surrounding country: who have ; colds and malaria. 666 has i.tate of affairs this popular buying power special concea

Also have attraci learned real motor car economy pany' undertook a serious aided lions by the manufacturer make it t, ,
lonitratlons. through their service. They are found its way into many households tion of the problem and evolved of possible for them to put before you
purchase plan through which Itpeslble to give Information in this section of the state values that
pleased you any mulae of remedies which ma giving: you cannot afford to ova 'ti
r to purchase a car and pay about the car they offer and they and can be obtained at all leading used with very good effects in look

It as you enjoy .It.: Truly an adtbU are men who know what they are druggists. Ask your local druggist disorders. / tho The heads of Sears Roebuckand

firm under the management I'' talking about and, men upon whose for 666. The formula from which people Company are business people who .. '*

i prominent and 'wall known busi- word you can depend.A In the distant 6C6<<: ,1 I. manufactured have been dollars realize that large profits are to be
of the human
feature of this establishmentthat past made from a rapid turnover. They
In their
man. and tested they in
; today are
'Its is one .of-- the lives makes this a safe place to buy race, the cave-man had certain intuitive first place in the medicine saved olfer goods at low prices becaiua. they 1
firms of this of the a used car la the factthat sense of what benefitted his educa buy in Immense. quantities In some
toBobile 'part ,
health. When he fell ill, he instinctively 01' many households. At the
take every car has been put In instances they buy entire factory out. 1
and baa prepared to
ate certain plants that he signs of cold use 668. It will
elass and can rest puts. Their large sales make it 1
demands .. of cUss first shape you of many poseiblo >
tot the every
G knew in some mysterious malaria in seven and .
In the way day for them to sell at small
assured that ftwine very We are a pro
purchaser with used cars would benefit him. the misery of colds in one day. i
of condition. ho
th prove the superiority of With the advent of modem A wholehearted devotion fit.It
our to .
in this business
take pleasure without
WI stores goes saying that they are
F high grade used car" over the ( civilization all its .
and glories
good of one's fellow man is
review In directing your attention.toRoyal honest and straightforward and they
ailed second-hand automobile. Motors Inc. In South Jack- disadvantages have also" come said to be one of the noblest have won the patronage of thousands
Ton do not need to have all cash sonville at foot of both bridges In. We have lost that ancient instinct bates of the human being; In of of residents/ thrpugh. their merchaa- "
!this firm is ready to take care of and in addition due to hazards : senting their remedies to the dining policy. -
Mount and yon can be using the Phone, Jacksonville 01622. of modern life In tho machineage the originators deserve the i in thlq '
The proprietors are of the well! they We are pleased to compliment .
while making! payments. ( disorders
are unknown *
you or uncommon praise. '
i II a great accommodation! to the known business'men of these parts to ancient man_bavo sprung"up Montlcello Drug Co. is sav Sears refer them Roebuck and Company and to w. ,

lie and the excellent'policy hast and takes an active interest in the onward : Illnesses( are more and more com'I Jacksonville. of to our readers "'" ... : '
I Soars Roebuck & Co., is located In. a I' f
ft ,this section of theslate : '. "
t with great favor. If you .want an progress I :
and has merited the leading : l be. Jacksonville, corner Forsyth it ,.. ....... I t
to, tty ever and get( ..a deraonstra. business-life'I'I ..41, I '.. Ilrou'd; streets, Phone Jacksonville-* *"> 4c' I
a.. position itowvheld/"th;! : FARRIS AND CO. CORNELIUS AND .. .y ;
t tth 1
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hail section. I Costa, 6.4163. ., f.. ,' <
his establishment! become of this MEAT PACKERS WHOLESALE PKOUUCa : ; : ';"' a
100 .....
Royal Motors Inc. havo over .
own far and wide as s leading one ... '
ding in used automobiles. They cars to select from on liberal terms. f.&ii their prc--; ; are high: class This modern establishment wea'r. JEWELRY CO. : i 'i'11.1
made under the most sanitary condo well known center of Its kind .in.; ? 'i'I I
tions and they offer the trade the section of the state :
I CO.Crown (
ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING jest of service An Institution that wholesale dealers in allkinds territory for many miles aroun4. f I IC i

fruit and produce. Honest >> have the No mutter what it may be in the 7 I''
baa under the direction of
I be that are getting the pur. with' the dealer with of < much j jewelry line you will find it here as .
told\ Bottling Co. has i sure you years
,me* who are thoroughly abreast of the stock i I. large and complete. In :Is i itrogurd
tome quite a factor in the business est of products for the two-fold reason : he times. vice are the rcbu'tg' of this of time to price you will readily see :j 9 h
foremost the works are under ;
M social as well as the home life of First the and personal direction of an able Farmers in this vicinity will find ful concern and enjoys an In ct.lon.the in looking over tile stock that the ill I I t j

b part of the state reason of the patronage. price in very ruasoiisble.Holley ) .. 'i, '
by, management and that fact alone, insures FarrIs & Co. in Jacksonville at 2110 When this well known firm V:
7 complete line beverages and of the beverages Jewelry Co. is known wide- t
the absolute purity West Beaver street, phone Jackson. In business they determined to I \!. ly' for credit service. :
addition they are' bottled They extend :
i excellent service in delivery.Ihey In stocked
given and act ville 5-6363 Is essential to the progress die fruits and produce of all credit! to anyone Tne next time I "
have 'a modern plant I ender the pure food silver t
very intervals aud growth of the community. They know these lines you are in Jacksonville in
Fad with all the latest of equipment and are inspected at frequent i nov" stop at j : '
the production of Beverages I by the state board of health inspectors. I They pay the highest l prices an have arranged to offer this !, their establishment and ask them __ 't
picli 'ire bottled under the most to the farmers. It is a local Institution there is- but they did not stop about: the liberal credit system. .

Hilary conditions. Discriminating They offer the very best of serviceIn i operated by dependable and cficient for they were indeed wise In la a Taken all In all this store Is one of / ',

"pit would always rather drink the way of delivery, always keep business and appreciated the of the the modern and up-to-date. establishments -. ... 1

m h. of their bottles than from Ing a large supply on bands. One men. It provides a necessaryservice sity of real magnanimous men : of this section that has always .' i f i

open container that Is mixed by thewigs can rive up here and secure as much In the supplying at beat pricesthe They equipped themselves to of their been known as ono of the most relK '

place as the bottles are allrinsed M he desires, or If you dont happen very finest of pure meats. The service' second to none, and the ar .able Jewelry houses In this part of the .,'. {! 1

and there Is no change fort to be going to town write or call them public thus Is assured of hams and cess of this enterprise since ( well a* 4tnt. The success of the establishment I t

to gut into the products. They over the phone AH orders are bacon right bere'at home and of the have'been in business testifies / I is a distinct: tribute to the ability ..::1' '

the very best of materials and filled promptly.We ., very highest grade. visdoni of their course. of sub 'of the manager, who has always Instated

their beverages are rich In flavor glad to complimentRoyal Thus, this. institution merits your Scientific selling must be ( and that this jewelry store serve its .
consideration and the liberal support patron with the best of
I of the very
sparkle the
with tae famous earbond ] Crown Bottling Co. upon scientific knowledge sad when .
both of the farmers and the public. to be grade jewelry. ':
water which has been highly'- the business
position they occupy in sale in consult this houso you receive '
mended : While their products are on suc. ,Holley Jeworly Co. Is located in .
by well known health aurltle. and to refer
life of the community Information without
the local stores over this part of the expense. Jacksonville/ 207 '
.. Always ddmand the proof their products to all our readers as I furnish at Broad street. ,,
this" is but small of Wholesale fruits and
a part
ts this plant.- took at the label well as to call the attention of the and Phone Jackonvill-5-6.'lGS.: '
the their business and they know '
4 of their bev the business. Here at home products 1 .
lee superiority cI c-
to the
that what order
you get you people
are very popular and endorsed line from the ground up.
">tse products are the result of era es. by discriminating: people. This, They are to give '
Prior Royal Crown Rotting Co. is locatedin prepared ) A. COPELAND f
receipts that known only
the are South Jacksonville: at 1235 San however, is only a small part of the Information regarding them ',' I

when management.you buy carbonated beverag. Marco Boulevard. Phone' Jacksonville business the country as they,where ship their to all products parts of i they consider its. part of their OPTOSIDTRIST t i
to In this
I from this bottling works may 9-&<<88. ness serve you
you and salo. the
find a large ready When you seek Information I In Jack of eye the scope ot lenses being r

-oor--- I People should always demand them :you do not BIdtf.. practically everything that modern,
their brands as they are a local pro- science
AUTHOR'S ERRORS SATISFYING CUROSITYIt curt reply. A courteous re complete has evolved. Careful In his 4

duct and of superior flavor. They areas with comprehensive knowledeg l of ftX- hit and accurate in the completion

; said that curoslty once reasonable in price as any other. and abili of the, lenses to correct: your ituttrtm
pe along of authors' do has been turned to every request
errors you curiousto The grocers and meat dealers are al. ? In vision you will find that .h* will
yet '
*- t killed cat-and we not obliged In any way
tare--ttatt a able to secure: them as this '
the cat was ways the give you the best of service. After
Dickens: put the the know what it was that delivery and their cause yon asked questions.This .
new moon in has firm renders rapid of th' the. test has been made you will find .
lit fa the evening trying to find out But curiosity trucks Ian be seen all over this community section is Indeed f;t- .5 moat comprehensive line of modern -, t"

!I Bt made TODY,WeUer"s seood wife done more than kill a cat, M the following in the delivery of their.pro- have such a progressive art in glasses and rims from which ; ,
'. ftlotber-in-law quipr will shows ducts. serve It In the UM of fruits to make selection.

Re alao described j how In the depth_ A man rocked ,a boat to see If It This popular plant Is one of the duce for it adds in no little !' '. putt lie has made a special study; of I

"trIn'er. Mr. Squeers set his unfor- would tip. It did. leading/ Industries. They employ a the progress: and prosperity. I and the profession In addition to this

tat boys A laborer stepped on a nail to see number of people who are boosters. entire surmnding terrltoy.la : / : man to he will fit you out with the prevail t'
man Doyle turnips If r ft would through his shoe. It They have always taken an active interest making this review of the who big modes of the day In styles ofglanMs.
in a Sherlock Holmes go Interests glad to
iIofJ In all matters that pertain to ness we are will' If you are havingany
made a scheming lawyer draw did the to see the good of the country and have aid.! rliment Cornelius ,A Sons r this trouble with your eyes you should
Ip into
I will In favor oT Wmself --* pro. A man leoked ed in the betterment of local eon. policy on which the bnslnevs of pleas. drop: in for an examination.In .

log which would make the doc" U |It was loaded. It was. I dlUons.! realising that a larger city establishment U conducted making' this review we are gladto
IIftt Invalid; A woman looked! into a patent and community would be a benefitto say that this firm will greatly I compliment Dr. George! A. Copeland *
.due lD+de Robinson Crusoe figpocket (cine booklet to see if she was sick. the whole people. We wish tu to the development and to who is thoroughly abrest of the .,

iii tswith Uaeuiti while .la a She w" i compliment the management even of this section of the states I and cor- times and hilt service I 1& accomplishnar / ;
W. of nudity Last June a helper escaping the progressive and snccecful policiesand Cornelius ,A Sons are (! I
; oil waste establishment and \ : .! much In the work of the period. :!
tider* Haggard' Solomon's was and lit a pleee ..fsmelled to refer Jacksonville on West Beaver .
Itm.a describe la King to find the leak He found It. ] (u products: to all ear readers.The Phone Jacksonville-3-] e
an eclipse of the
new ts'see success of Farris A Co-
IIot.Int-.loha. O'LcSdon's A young girt kept late hours : IT COOLING ICE CREAH
Weekly. the result cf
would Injure J her of- been marked and Is
If it really -
I1& their high grado goad. and the fact AN EMBARRASSING The colored minister was describingthe
ADd It
tice asked fair by
HITLER BUT GOD tried drinking to us that they have always prices "bad place" to a congregation of
A young man and give the beet of service. Guest In hotel-Manager, western ,
Ukc a / "Friends. he said
A.t behave awed listeners.
a PMtlcslarly load ,clap of tf it would make him We are pleased to eompllmmt wend me up a full length mirror. "

der. a lady walking along a LonStreet fooL I' did. them and to give them' In this review Maitre cI' oteJ.- Why there "you has seen melted Iron runnlAeout 1
Cata of gas. of a furnace has you It am
that the .
position pro.gre
Involuntarily and visibly the, prominent half length mirror in every
ItarUed. "lt' "U right tidy;' said A light! army tank to made rp'oflpttrta ive and reliable policies have Guest-That's Just the white hot. aizslin' and hissin". Well.

paa'fg wthia -Jt ain't Tiler. It'st separate parts, lay.d.l merited.. We aunt* our readers 1"WIee already. XT* COM >.. tt. aey nile dat stuff for !ice cream la da

to the engine aad far thai at this aatabKsbamnt tWy ,.will place I'a kUlaJo.! .& about.* .
>. -.Jaa. Ia gf.a SpectaC a W dGel. asesa wlIb eat assety t I ....j
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.. Clark & Lewis Co. in Jllksoum.1 mand by all who insist on the best.They The have
best insurance can
at 834 East Bay deal on a large scale and their ,' you liveliest automobile known far and wide as leading one car sold Is further
against damage to your walls cell Tnis I f. one of the evidence
Jacksonvllle-5-7GOO. has man.y satisfied activity Is conductive to the progress 'I Inga and household effects l is in the firms In this pan of the dealing In used automobiles. They i wise policy of offering of **

patrons throughout this and expansion of the community in harms of a -reputable roofing concern I oountry and has prepared take care have many satisfied patrons In all and guaranteeing only the hat
part of the country' and render no small degree.It such as this on- 1 >f the demands of the purchaserwith surrounding country who have learned *1 wetly as each car to k t&.

t a valued and essential service U important that we have con. They will look after your roofs, Inspect i ears which prove the superior real "motor car economy" through ; repre ented,
Belag one of the foremost wholesale cldnttous firms like this well known them at frequent Intervals and of the "Wgh grade used car." their service. They are pleased to give : take pleasure la thi, bW 1
grocery houses offering the highest establishment who will aid in the reduction tty ands all information about review in l1.a.
automobiles any
I keep them In perfect repair by contract In the way of used you your
grade of pure foods and groceries. of prices of living for the offer and thy are men I South .ttenl'
at a price which will save you a they have an excellent line. These the cars they Motors Ina III &a
No review of the business, agricultural peopl' Their policy along this line good deal of money in the course ofa are not old automobiles but cars that who know what they are talking Jacksonville at 1524 San :

and industrial interests of this will be interesting for many businessmen :year. They will also save you a are in excellent condition and willgive about and men upon whose word you Boulevard. Phone II
section of the state would ire complete as through this policy they have treat deal of woVry. the buyers the best of serviceat can depend. 9-1668. Jac1uoDIIIJ,
mention of built up their large and growing bus!. had experience In used
without prominent If you want a guarantee against reasonable price. They have They have a
ibis which olds In no littleXtieasure n.... salesman I the For this reason they can pick Dodge Trek
company teaks for a, term of years, their These can are offered on ears. every job. for
tb. progress and prosperityof There are no more public spirited will make you all good a proposition : best terms possible. You do ,not the good ones for they know the now Stop In and.Iet'

this section and is undoubtedly one citizens in the community than the as you can get,anywbere, and seed to have all cash as this highest grade used cars. They havea The _
of the progressive and popular firms I Clark & Lewis Co. and in making this you will have the assurance that the firm Is ready to take care of the account reputation as dependable experts business manager Is a _ell 1110111I
to his section, and daily ship many review of this section it is natural to Chan. H. Stephens Roofing & Sheet and can be using the car In the used car business. man of these pare
consignments all over the section wish to compliment them and direct Metal Co. In Jacksonville at 330 while are making paymentsThis This firm has built up an admirable takes an active \interest! In the

It .Is a well known fact that there your attention to this establishment as East 6th street Phone Jacksonville- Is you great accommodation t'4 growing bostrfew through the! ward progress of this section (of *

is oo one institution in the eommupity! .' one of the reliable business institutions 5-0334 will be light here In years to the public a and the excellent policyhas policy of selling high grade used state and has merited the t

that has met with greater favor with of the community which has added eomo to make good what they pro met with great favor. cars that add to their reputation and position now hela in the leadJaa
the public than this well known firm. I I to the development and progress mise. i This establishment has become their business Is at stake and every life of this section. lash
1 By reason of the fact that the managem.nt I of this part of the state This roofing will be applied ,
has had wide experience in every Clark & Lewis Co. and in making this right, over your old shingle roof, which
/ feature of tjie wholesale grocery I distributors for well known pleeI has to be I
I experience ITihs
time and
business and because of their knowledge trade.- I zing quality food products comprizing the best and safest way of making I FEED STORE
branch of the PRODUCEBeing
I of every 1500 items, products: of over 100 neat, lasting' and satisfactory job. --

': : witness this establishment the increase has In the continued number of to< manufacturers of national renown Not only this. but they are preparedto reliable firm is one of the I Fda here you are aSsured of got I

''Jii r their patrons. These are distributed through independent quote you 'On any type of roofing wholesale'. they offer the most universally known grain and mum results in production at wen u

I. 1 Their products will be found in de channels only.nit you prefer on the same basis 'Of complete retail trade a nigh quality of produceat feed dealers in this community. It an improvement in the quaiit; of
I service on the labor and materiaL more attractive price. than other. your products.
wise would be possible. Provided a is under the able management of a Their dairy feeds
By their exclusive process ,they and I I KIRK TOP AND BODY SHOP ] can make your roof absolutely watertight large stock for the people of the very efficient and experienced man. proved to be a boon to maul lag
surrounding country to select from-
stock feeders.
I i I and guarantee the work. While truly a valued business asset. This firm has establishe a reputation Their poultry fed j II
It feel their word Is good1' In making beyond comparison for
t II -- It has been their endeavor to for honest an upright business baby chlih
I I Kirk Top A Body Shop In Jacksonville Kirlc.Top & Body Shop fix it up in this claim they 'can refer you to a always furnish the very freshest of method commensurate with such Just out of the incubator end hi U,-
class condition. fix Dumber of well known people for Ing hens. When In need of such
first They can < !
8th stralghfprward policies. The farmers
at 620 East street. :Fruits and produce and it has brought call A. A.
whom they have done work. on Seed A
wrecked auto in such good shape Feed
your them business from Both have learned that highest
Phone JacksonviIle-6-2787 hasa every point. / they pay
I All work is done by local mechanicswho
that 'you will hardly know that you old and new customers are urged to market prices for their products. In
modern shop and prepared to are experienced in roofing' con They understand
have been In wreck. feeding IIId
a use the phone when they find that fact they form a most profitable
completey rebuild wrecked cars. They They are prepared to overhaul structlon and will be under direct IU'pen"llIIon more convenient, and if an order is market to the community_ itself will gladly assist you in s lvlri|
have a large department which does wrecked cars of all kinds and de. of the management of this given it Is supplied on the same dayit your problems; Don't hesitate !to
satisfactory In
firm. They are prepared to do are
nothing else but rebuild wrecked scriptlons. any is received. consult them for dependable Inform
'.. earL Estimates given at the time of Too much cannot be said for this kind of roofing and give the The fact that their trade extends every way. It is a pleasure indeedto tion.

I your wreck. This firm is prepared ,to modern and up-to-date shop as theyare very highest grade of work at prices over all adjoining counties and this Is deal when you receive such This establishment Is among the

overhaul your car whether it be a experts in these lines of work and as low aa what you pay for ordinary: their special field brings :new faces prompt and cotfrteoxTs service. most progressive institutions of tlli

Truck, Touring ear Roadster, Closed will stand back of their work at all roofing. new business nnd adds prosperity to As soon as the grain is ready for section. It Is familiar with tilt

Car, Bu.. or anything in the automobile I times. have The earned management for themselves and assistants \ city in which they are located. market.let this establishment quote phases of this business and b err
line. a reputation -
They d o expert painting o f Their products will be found in the you prices. You are assured of correct striving to serve the public to natal
Taking the "dents out of accidents"la They have modern bake as "EXPERT ROOFER3" and weight., highest, market prices advantage.We .
cars. a ov leading stores. The story of the success
the job of no apprentice. Kirk en which bakes the paint on the I their many satisfied patrons In this of this firm is one that many and satisfactory service. A trial will take great pleasure In tUi!

Service employs I only I the same as the factory method. and suriroundtng communities will business men would find profitable: convince you. Get in touch with the Business Review In_ commendln
vouch for their work. As citizens of
very best of' skilled men in this de. See them for tailor made scat this community none stands higher. reading. The firm began Its career A. A Hazen Seed and Feed Storein them upon their fair and lux
partment You never need have any covers and tops for car. Gainesville at 702 West Masonic eat business methods
sport your They are popular In the business life with the belief that SUCCMS could be and, direct fOil
fear that an Inexperienced man will In this edition we are glad to be In this city and are always glad te obtained by furnishing fruits and street. attention to this concern a OIl!
be broken in on your car. They ubso. able to bring before our readers an They are able to furnish with
take a part In any movement for the produce upon a reasonable marginof you ci the important features of tile cot
lately guarantee their work to be sat establishment so up-to-the-minute and betterment of their home city. profit. With this method in mind All kinds of pure seeds. In buying munity's commercial efficiency

IsfocUry in every manner. Don't. you modern in every respect, such as Phone for an estimate on any work they proceeded upon their career upon -
think thl. Is fair enough Kirk Top & Body Shop. in this line before placing your order. the solid foundation of good values
U yon; get In a wreck, smash your Take no chances en the "Jack of and reasonable prices. I
Payment can be arranged. : SOPTHERNDAIRIES IN(
top, dent break .
your fender ;your All Trade. but save money by pat. Because of the high quality of products -
windshield; or the hundred of other ronlzing men who have had years of handled, this well known concern 1. _

little things that CO with wrecks, exeprlence-we mean Kirk Top & THE COW CAME HOME has gained fer,this section a For every social, function ,as well delicacy. Dieticians everyvUt an
dont give up in despair, but have Body Shop. commercial prestige as on excellent as family use. you will find Southern recommending its greater see It*

One morning late in 1940 Jim Moran market for retailers that could be Dairies Inc. Ice Cream the best. the ideal dessert after a hearty meal
as It is so easily digested! and beau
I gained in no other
I I SNOW SUPPLY CO. America' Number 1 Prankster, If you want anything manner.!in this line, Throughout this entire section of its food value give the necMMrf>

WHOLESALE picked up a poetry antology and a telephone tbem or call at their establishment their Ice cream is famous for its veLvety calories to a lighter meal-
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES \ texture and This Ice
wonderful flavor. pepular cream wnwn
verse written years ago by Gelett and then when you have decided -
People from far and In specials for
come wide to specializes making
This section of the Burgess fell under bin eye what you want you can dependon enjoy this See and and clutu. Jut
j country, 09 a rectton from this city.: All these it'that this well known firm will popular cream. parties weddings
whole has an added business advantage business assets have been the reason I never saw a purple cow, ..e,that you get it. This Industry has done much toward call them and let them know forwlit

by having la its midst the for their success, and with these I never hope to see one; \V. L. Hicks in Jacksonville with the industrial progress/ of this occasion you wish this special erem
Snow method in mind But I can tell you, anyhow community. It maintains a strictly and you will be extrnordinirllj
Supply Co. whore commend- have always Stalls 61-63-55 Jacksonville Produce "
I'd modem plant which has teen developed pleased with your "Special.
been successful in rather see than be onel! '
able business methods business. They Market Phone JacksonviHe-3-9249. wtolww!
and and extensive
improved. When They do an
have This!! lay insinuated itself into Jim's you
the better quality: have gainedfor always been consistent boost- has been closely allied with speak of Ice cream you immediately business. Their service" Is .min tlrsatisfactory.
ers for all things adding to the consciousness, and all day long kept the largest business Interestsof tki
them an ever increasing business think of, Southern Dairies Inc. Ice If you would hart
growth and prosperity of singing through his head. Gradually this section of the state SOUthern
that can be noticed by the the com- I Cream. best, buy Ice Cream made by
munity at all times he worked up a fine hate for the au- for time and have been Instru-
large daily shipments leaving their knowing that a some Only the freshest, purest of mater! Dairies Inc. in Jacksonville U
extensive establishment firm that did not possess Solid business : thor.At mental in upbuilding this section of als and flavoring go into this ice 60 Stockton Street, Phone JackJoil'
five o'clock on the afternoon of' the. country and the institution should
methods would
The wither, and die.' i This
prosperity of the city is cream. together with the special vllIe-5-1900.
greatly increased by the extent of From each department the merchants I December 81. Burgess was iivhis., ap receive the patronage of the entire way in which It is prepared The people of this MmmnnUr W

their trade, which extends all over receive their wholesale electrical artment in New York. The telephone people. probably accounts for its famous de Indeed fortunate to have a MWB

this section which Is their chosen supplies daily. Each man- in I rang, and he was asked to descend to lectable flavor. of such reputable standing moos

field of endeavor and' brings new charge of the department Is one the lobby. There Moran was waitingfor DICE. THE: GREAT LEVELER You are cordially invited to vidit them.

people to the community. Throughthe who has a complete knowledge of him. this plant. You will find,It most Interesting Iri this business review w. williI'

extended trade channels of this wholesale conditions while the man "Mr. Burgess!" Jim asked. When Admiral Jellico visited the to go through this strictly commend this progressive complll''

active firm many dollars are brought agement has a broa" knowledge of "Yes," said Mr. Burgess. United States the private car of up-to-date plant to see how perfect upon the high position they bolll a

yearly into this section. this business from a buying and "Just' one moment, please... said Charles M. Schwab was placed at his ly sanitary their method and ma. the business world and tll fly vd I!>>

: Good value and reasonable prices soling standpoint alike. Jim. lIe went out to the street and disposal from Canada to New York. chinery Ia. I success they have enjoyed b

y have placed their products on the They!( carry the hew florescent returned in a few seconds leading a Mr. Schwab met the train at Grand Ice cream is a food a _well as a merited. -

market throughout the country. lights and equipment. These are the purple cow. Jockeying the animal up Central Teminai and found the distinguished -

,'. The Snow Supply Co. started its latest In lighting and add a pleasing to Mr. Burgess, he squared her Englishman and -Joe. the JAMES I IIt
business career upon a solid foundation appearance whereever used. The around and aaidt "ThereI"! colored servitor who had charge of I CRAIG CAST STONE I

knowing that success in this advancing cost Is cut greatly as a much nmall- Mr. Burgess was overwhelmed. The the car for years, kneeling on the --

: business could only be er bulb can be used to give the same I purple cow-so rendered by Jim's use floor playing craps. Joe had initiated I (is the general purpose of this re- titles of building stone for the eom.

gained by selling quality products amount of light They also carry I: of a government-approved cosmetic the Admiral into the mysteries of view to give the local people and those

upon a fair margin of profit. Fair home heating equipment the 'dye-was quite gaudy. Three of her : the'favo"rlte game of the people and of suroundlng country, an idea of the The'tdvontage of bulltor trill!

and honest business methods at all ence Oil burning heating stoves teats were gold-tipped and one was had won $40 from his enthusiastic progress and general excellence of the stone is self evident as it redm" tilt

times A Individual service to every equipment. FlOr-I .silver.! Mr. Burgess swears he will acolyte various products of local plants. We insurance lasts indefinitely and 1M

: patron has established for them a Snow Supply, Co. (is never forget the sight of her' as longaa During Marshal Foch's postwar i deem It very appropriate to bring.your first cost I. the, last coat It requItI

trade that baa extended In every di- Jacksonville at 201 East 8th street he lives. visit to America, he also was given attention to this company. no painting or upkeep aDd !IIlh.1eaIrun

times. individual. service to every Phone Jacksonville 5-2073. -II. Alien Smith Low Man on a the use of the car; and the day be- By using their stone a better: is the cheapest. II
building is
r Totem Pole (Doubleday Doran.) f"re the Commander-in-Cluef of the produced. A building in 1 Industrial progress partlclllarl1 b1
which to live or work If properly built been p ben.fitud
Allied fortes this section baa
was to set out Mr.
: FERRELL JEWELRY CO. I TEN COMMANDMENTS Schwab summoned Joe. --- and last of longer proper materials will not only I I them. There III nothing development mortDIpoIt\ II:
l llfla "I want but will function much ant than the continued
OP HUNTING SAFETY you remember one better. A comfortable building is industry snd thIJ
the building
toting, Joe till
sternly. "I c1on"twant warm in winter and cool in to turnI
This noa'ern jewelry store Is quitea exactly what I.l appropriate) for you< 1. a repetition of what happened It win not deteriorate, nor summer.will It pany Is in a of position cast bniMtor atcllll
factor in the social life of this section to have. They understand the birth Treat every gun with respect with Admiral Jellicoe. Don't try to burn down. A modern best grades maintaining; till
building that
of the state as it Is headquarters stones and in fact every legend con due a loaded gun. This i fa the get Marshal Foch into a game of lays modern and an attractive one and locally building aids and erp ulOi
netted with the an of jewelry adorn cardinal rule of gun safety. and of volume of
for the the Jewelry of the ment. 2. Carry only empty guns taken Joe pondernrt a Conservation in in the city and m".
day. moment then conceded our national resources hat "*
Furthermore Every well dressed lady should occasionally down or with the action open, "I has been The management 4bd-w(
Is a store that Is won't challenge him. Mr sounded by the newspapers in this
i excellently appointed and carries a visit this store and keepup into your automobile, camp and Schwab. But If he done challenge meT and legislative halls.- The pub practical experience, thoM 1'110
with the home. and Is counted amon sal
times With the
Select stock lic has risen
p : including diamonds, wont allow together and demanded manufalturi
pearls and precious ,stones watches, ing styles of the day when ladies 3. Always be sure that the barrel my own front porch.one to"George sweep me off legislation among these lines. Identified with our Jam'. \oror:

.latest designs In wrist watches, ringsof wear mach less complicated attire and action are clear of obstructions. Hellman. Lanes S. It Is not :very community that has commerical progress JacklOllfiDI
of in
this store< will continually take Memory (Knopf). Works!
all kinds, necklaces fine silverware en 'I tile advantages of location such as Cast Stone deservel rou
clocks and novelties. new Importance as more and more Always this progressive at 564 Stockton Itreet.
many that
carry your gun so concern'whose activ the
These are all of the very latest style. Jewelry Is required and we desireto you can control: the direction of I TOUGH LUCK I. ity' is exclusively in these interest. liberal support and merit a beiII
compliment the -
They are offered at prices that are management as the !. By their tatlon they have attained'
mass An large
even if you stumble. enthusiastic angVr! took !. production they will
conducting a store that meet the his Industriet.
very reasonable and the store is 8. Be sure of friend be In a position to furnish large I one of our leading
known as a place to secure the. most demands of the day. your target before flsMn\ *. The friend knew \tI. quan- -
reliable Jewelry. Whether selecting jewelry for you' pull the trigger. big about the gentle art and the -J*

The repair and remodeling; department yourself for a wedding presentor 8- Never point a gun at anythingyou nperienced one had to give him all SO SWEDEN TOOK TO COFFEE much preparation. H. f.*
a gift for other do not want to shoot. the
covers all features of the trade any occasion necessary tackle. The angler anticipation, alas
No matter whether It. is jewelry repairing you will find that when you make 7. Never leave your gun nnattended started fishing[ a few yards bead In Joyful 1L: to
vour choice from the stock offered unless nprtrtam. Jleferenee Is IB fishing circles that he has forgotten III'"
watch work or the remodel- by it first. Presently the novice ..uHow ,, yeUtIoJ\\.
tug and modernising of jewelry you *>rrll Jewelry Co. In Jacksonville 8 Never climb a tree or a fence much do those red and to the "Fisherman's Psalm. This auseth much Se

will :find that they offer a most complete i at 220 Main Street. Phone J&ck- with a loaded gun. i thing cest!" green The Conservation Division publicity eer doth te utter protafte- .,. bepMas

service.They : sonvllle-5-3012, you will not only be 9. Never shoot at a flat, hard surface -: "You mean the flout I Oh service quotes the psalm follows taketk deep draught'then b
have made a continual study choosing in good taste but wilt be> or the surface of water about a dime each." guess as : when the day Ureturneth 's elapeM

.f the history of jewelry from the selecting something' that will give 10. Do not mix gunpowder and ol- "Well." said the "Behold the Fisherman-he arts- home: be smen. e.gt.b p

oaatoma the past and can tell yon pleasur for yar yean to com. ..rebel yon a dime.-mine hoe novice.. ""I owe eth early. In the morning and dls- drink and trutb- T. N
tIu\eu. Ma neighbors H. atakeH.ot'fa hiss."

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NOV 1 41941

-=- BRADFORD COUNTY TEt.ECRAPH. o STARKE, FLORIDA: Kdnrtt.4Ment. wary" Article onThI.. Page 18 a Paid Acv.t.m.at_'


Florida Motor Co. Inrkaunviile ,
expectancy of service ;" ''I
Packard I as any other BEAUTY COLLEGE
at Riverside & Jiossclle I Its article we we, and the new owner I Industrial leader, efficiency expert t"OI1 are in the mood or not. '

phone Jacksonville 7-6S72 I need not feel, as he once did, the naceBBity Famous students and business men in general have And the charges for the use of them 1

gained a spelnlid reputation In of apologizing for bin "second Southern A a full and complete train found from observation end cartful are reasonable indeed So-if you are

I part of the country surLdinz hand" automobile.The Beauty College !in Jacksonville at tag. It le in fact a modern beauty comparisons that the employee or'' already a full fledged bowler-or are ,

large the high development 122: East school In all essentials. workman who takes systematic exer just beginning1 here's
that city for denpend- of this In. Adam street. Phone t he> pIece to ,
dustry has been The graduates of this school Jane else and recreation is capable of ren : coma to the most .
of their offerings In used recognized by the Jackaonville-5.9464 !get sport doing It.
fflty conductes> the an advantage the daring better service and producing !
fully realize the high manufacturers of all makes of automobiles frem fact that Tho mangement of the Bowling
rs They business has attained and they are lending leading school for beauty culture In they have an excellent standing more accurate work than one which I Center of Jacksonville wants everyman "

andard the aid to dealers every this section whose diplomas wherever they go. Many of them are takes none.
country. Each and of whatever make in are any young!! man from the surrounlng -
Jroughout the recognized the now operating beauty establishments It was John H. Patterson of the National
maintaining a standard that will give over country. sections to make this hi.*
lerr car they offer represents protection to the public. Famouh Southern & Rudemar over tho country: and are very Cash Register fame whoso guidIng !. downtown club on his visit to
py as much value. and oft These successful The schqol rives genius and confidence in humanity Jacksonville. I
gentlemen take the Beauty College Is one of the leadingones If you ar particularly -
much more thaw many of the same ladles made the model factory of the worldin I
Interest young excellent
In the an opportunity Interested in
sale of of the ; sport of the
one of their country and Its patroa- day
today and the
Cary put out l price to I Dayton Ohio. He spent millionsin
used a work that Is
cars upon
as they can always. the
would you
eo them In the reach of those action In a trans.) age increases from year to year highly' remunerative and welfare work so that his employees boys
of the first magnitude. very popular here-know In advance
I COM due to the modern that; the
afford the M
lw cannot new ones. venient and scientific today. would produce the maximum of efficiency I

(Then who feel tie necessity for I.i of new terms cars and are made as in the sale service that It renders the public. In this review 'we are glad to compliment in the work they were daily scores fight returns and thetike' ,
an interest will bo
It than one car In the famiy or purchaser's In the The manager forseebig the trendof Famous Southern & Rude- called on to do. fIn 1 received as quickly as special 'I
theso used cars tot their I satisfaction is the timed decided the recreation elaborate wires can transmit them. \
linesa buy I eat all times. The meat to offer a most mar Beauty College on the positionit building, II
"" and In every respect Bowling Centerof f
nd or third car. men at the comprehensive service and establish enjoys In the equipment\ was Installed so that both
head of thin business world
business Jacksonville
[ few ago the business are ed an institution that serve our men and !
A very years courteous was in a class end call men and women could enjoy them
very gentlemen the attention of the
> buying and selling a used eom- : be able to who will by Itself arranging to offer a service students selves bowling. This keen jadgo of women in a true rportmanlika fash-
to their
Ity was considered more or lean ;your automobile you sound! advice on that Is very scientific, stylishand which has ever growing mankind knew that bowling makes Ion. The! manager makes every effortto ,
problems spread to all of
: If parts
will "
Earlv transactions in used you modern. operate their recreational business -
ian. confide efficient people more efficient.
In It
them. Their country as has students who
jgtomoblles were made at very great :ty and responsibili They havo fitted the school accord- to the Mme Although the men, women nnJ over the highest quality and I
Integrity city especially for the work
are not to ;
k. to the purchaser for they were 'tioncd; If like their be quese ing to the late, modern Ideas of science from all sections young men -of our community mill most dignified lines. They; do not ;

then entirely "as is," end in then is no' better you wares there and thus offer the students the best Since have not have the opportunity of enjoying i countenance: vugarity or impropriety I'

n condition as when leaving the deal with. At firm in this section tu of service. Every device and article of they combined the :John II. Patterson's. hospitality, they' ,; |In any way shape or, manner. f
this schools
particular have the -'
they most different
t owner. However, this business this firm has the lowest time equipment that has been approved by: do have recreational headquarters : They operate their business In a way

y Is very highly developed and used cars that have prices on the trade Is here installed for the conventMice equipment of any school in :equipped with all the latest convent that reflects credit on their high! 1 ;

e dependable dealers In used cars use In the motor history ever of been known of the stndenta. Here etc the state. They ant remodeling the ences. business! standing' and on the community

fcst as much' care In re-conditioning it is hardly : this section. dents ere trained who are thoroughly building and will'have a very modern At the Bowlinar: Center of Jacksonville its a wholo.
pm to get the utmost mileage as !is these to believe; competent. Every phase of beauty an nr' to date conveniences for corner Main. & By streets If
extremely low you are nearer/ and more conrvenicnt
pikes ;,
will pre. culture the .hal1e will lie found everything that n
yen the new car just being delivered Gail BO we suggest that 1) featured tvhlch gives the >ntll. to the following bowling
its first owner. It Is now possible interested every one --- money can buy to make your
in a car look over their Alleys visit them for your enjoy .
I purchase these cars with tho same visit brimful of pleasure and
stock as soon: asr POliltlL'' mt'nt- Bowling Center of South
A.F. OGILVIE AND SONS happiness. Bowling alleys new and in
pink ef condition. Alleys that Jacksonville\ Bowling Center of hs

EDENFIELD LUMBER & TRIM will just. naturally make you" Springfield and Bowling Center of

JEWELRY CO. roll a' good g a 'm.. regardless Jacksonville Beach ;
Stile It is 'he A. F. Ogilvie & ent with price. + t
-- -
I This Is one of the progressive and Whether Son's object to obtain a fair and By purshasing to an advantage t

liable institutions, modern In every selecting Jewelry for your honest profit from their extensive when the market Is right,and employIng YOUNGBLOOD BROS.
self for ijllli
pert and are headquarters for auif a wedding, birthday or for dealing in lumber and experienced l help they are able

tie presents for every occasion en'r' any other occasion you will find that trim, the guiding Influence of to offer at reasonable! prices high AUTO 'MINTING: f

a large and well merited client- when ;you make your choice from the this cempany has always been a determination grade !goods and encourage' the ex

front all surrounding territory.. stock offered here you will not only to furnish the highest tension of home end enterprise. YOU glllool1 Bros. In Jacksonville very; ; large patronage In this and the I I

I there' in positively no reason why be choosing in good taste but will be grade of lumber and trim *t a reasonable The management extends to the at 3518) Pearl street Phone Jack surrounding country. w I

x>pie! should not take Into considera- selecting something: that will !give price so that the! "xtensinn people of this community a cordial nonville-5-0852 are the most compe Such an establishment as this adds '

on< Bndcnfield Jewelry Co. in pleasure for years to come. an beatification of the communitycan invitation to call at their yards and tent and beat equipped auto painters much to the modern conveniences ea

icksonville at 30 West Forsythtreet The prices are most reasonable. In : : progress!: rapidly! in leaps and any information will be gladly givenno In this section and specialize In sentlol to the life and progress of the 1;

Phone JackSonvilla-6.0372 fact, that matter of price has always I bounds. matter whether you wish to buy tho painting and trimming of automobiles day and is a business of no little Im i I ;i'I

hen making selections In Jewelry. been a hobby with the management of There is no one establishment! in at: this time or not. and trucks. They have had a portance.The '

his i is one of the progressive estabihmentg this store. It has ever been the object : this community that has greater Influence We are pleased In this edition to wide exirarieuce in this line and! are proprietor has a wide experience I

of the section that Is te secure a fair and hcnest for the betterment of the !give commendable mention I 'to considered experts, so that when a in this field! and will give you i
P\'o-I A. F. Ogllrle & Sons assure from this- It good job and his charges are no higher ,
|nown of fit but never an exhorbitact one.Taken building Industry than this one. Contractors and car U turned out shop '
d I reliable one stores., the most efficient all In all Edenfield Jewelry i and the public( In general the public that they will receive looks Just as though new from the than you ,would have to pay for
the best service and on inferior grade of work.
have to know that whatever they any factory.
i Co. is of the come
At this season of the year this pop- one modern and : Information l that Is desired You elegant :
have take
Ilir up-to-date establishments this desire in the lumber and trim line ,They ability to your can sea many example
itore U especially prepared to section that has always been of can be secured 1 from A. F. Oirllvifl' will be given In a most courteourf and old automoblla and througU a pleas- of their work on the roads every

rye the trade in the way of birth as the. most reliable known housein &: Sons in Jacksonvila Arnold Road, obliglag manner by this flrm'i efficient log combination of paints day. They have executed many first !\ ':

y and wedding presents jewelry Route NO.3. Phone Jacksonville- employees and we only wish turn,, eut a car that looks as class! jobs in this section and are

nd we wish to suggest that the this part of the state. The successof 3-2045 with a knowledge that It that there were more such firms \vlthla good as. new. They have given the sought out each year by many old I

iblem of what to give will beadily tribute this establishment to the is a direct will be of the highest grade consist- our midst. subject of auto painting a thorough customers who have learned to know' I

and satisfactorily solved by a business ability of study have equipped their U>op thoro- them KM true artist with the brush I.: J

sit to this complete store. Ot course the' management, who has always in. ughly and are known in this. com and moderate in price. Get yourold l

''eryone knows that It It headquar- K'sted that thIs jewelry store serve BRITTON KIRTON NOVELTY BOX AND munity for their dexterity and unusual "bus," bring it around and let 1 .

f rs for diamonds, watches, novelties. their patrons with the beat of high ARCHITECT CRATE CO. ability In this line. them figure with :you. The cost III I

prtdenware and everything else that grade Jewelry. -. They use their combination of h in will not be nearly BO much as you ...,,,. ,

wrtalns to a modern and complete I They also have a store In Starke, greUlents la their flushing paints might think it would be. You know .
Itock 1 Different styles of architecturemark Novelty Box, and Crate Co. are
of jewelry. Edenfield Jewcrly Co. nice, clean well painted car adds a :
which prevents checking or peeling a
the erne. of progress of all na. distributors of a large' variety of business I
tlons, and history is depicted fa the farm frlland vegetable boxes of later on. They will guarantee you a certain prestige to your s :
I clean suiuoth Job of lasting We in this business review cheer ,j
I. FLAMINGO TRUCK various changes that com about in all sixes and containers. They; have good, fully recommend the services of '" ;\
LINES INC. quality and beauty. ,
,, the style of building.Our :
paper for tho wrapping of fruit and Younghlood Urns to our many ,
American nation Is Many of tho jobs recently co.uplet'l: I
a young ,1
will be glad to assist in will I'i
IIu&'ae.tlngcolorl readers and assure you that you
ed been pointed us as rare
Flamingo Truck lures nation, but a progressive one, and our have i
Inc. and improvements In modern imposing building: stand as! monuments for a lovely box for Chrlatmas examples and have been the cause'of be accorded a high degree of satisfaction 1 !;

acksonville: u; Second 4 Pearl Sts truck building. to great American minds who or other times.This their huge success.: 'Theyenjoy .1 I{I in tho general' results. : ,

hone Jacksonvllle-5-2084 There la no more satisfactorymeans Novelty lox A Crate Co. ID 1'1p
operates have planned and engineered; them. --- --------------

w I of the most popular freight lines of modern shipping than that As our country became morn. thick known throught this section as a "

t the state and has left nothing un-.I of the modern motor freight line Iy populated we have turned pioneer prominent firm In the business.The PERDUE OFFICE FURNITURE CO. f:1 1 :

one in their this company maintains and when days to structures, :pleasing to the prestige of their great voliimo -
effort to
that is both modern provide and a satis sec the policy of courtesy and service is eye-and arranged to conserve space of business and years as the prominent Perdue Office Furniture" Co. in ably with the largest establishments f. '

actory. They maintain a regular maintained as it is by them. ; and at the same time provide for all firm in this line the practical the prices f

Ichedule between the points on their This concern aids In no little comforts. The metropolitan cities knowledge that has won for them the Jacksonville at 11-21 South Laura are most reasonably It has been ; I

line. and their trucks leave and ar measure the progress and expansionof and communities have learned to appreciate recognition of th. country at large Street Phones JacklonvlU.- -1313. tho object of this establishment to> "
the territory which it serves. -the services of the architect & 13U and O-G03S: are all fair and honest but
S at the various points at stated jnd the patronage of thousand, allI'lds known secure profit,
n4 regular intervals. You can Their freight service Is of the very who has made a study pertalnlne.to ( to the progress and prosperity over this. section of the country as never an axhorbltant one. '' i, '

//waYI depend upon their trucks berg highest type and the rates are very these features for he is capable of of the community in 'which their headquarters fur of i Ice furniture and When making selections. of office ti \ I

on time and they are operated reasonable. Tho management and conserving; time comfort and money and providing modern cstabllshement Is located. equipment and machines hotel and furniture UtU up.todland, complete j ;, i i I

frequently that ;you can snip at employes are all courteous and convenient greater : beauty more This section is I Indeed fortunate restaurant. equipment. firm should,be given first con-! \ +

r OUr own convenience. The trucks ready to answer all questions and Britton Kirton arrangement.has won for him to have such a progressive firm to It Is under able Mud widely expert, pieta firm shoul 1.0: given first eon. I '

hemselves are modern motor transportation give all possible directions to people serve It in thfs line for it adds in no cnced management. Their show Idorutlon. It U. prepared to aerve
enviable artist -
self reputation as an
vehicles: especially deipied shipping to distant points. in his chosen field of endeavor little way to tho progress and prosperity rooinn cover over 60,000 feet of you and wit wlCli., to suggest that the

to meet the requirements of Everyone in me; nanny ."mid snd many buildings stand as monuments of the community.If floor space and they arc making a problem of what to buy may; M
I his company and It's customers. you are in need of anything in and sutUfoctorily iolved
take advantage of their magnanimous of his ability. continual growth In business. They readily bya I
the of
This farm fruit
well managed and wisely conducted service.In Britton Kirton Is an Important or have! occupied the sum. location for visit to this firm of many, miggtntlons. > '
boxes containers call
or on them at '
the concern having at all times this business review we wishto feature of the life! of the Community their place in the Jacksonville over 25 years. .
best Produce -
interests of the general pubic compliment them an suggest to I and no matter what may be Market stall 236. It may wall 1 be said that no busL They carry a tremendous stock I i

l serves aDd the community which it our readers that a good way to promote I your needs in this line when you call Novelty Box tt Crate Cain extremely ness house transacting businessin and this known aaJ: one of the largest .
&( heart under a great ex- will find him courte- of the state has main. {
Pease tho further progress, and expansion ; at the place you courteous and efficient to a this part estoblishmonts of tho kind in ,
themselves added of
many and accommodating efficient tamed a better heritage or baa a 4
Is eous
community to patronize the state,
'he> ot the marked degree. The management
most modern trucks to their ex- and capable. The chavges are al. higher' standing au a leading raer.ohandising .
4naive the Flamingo Truck Lines lias surrounded themselves with: Always try Peraue Office Furniture i.'
equipment. These modern]I ways right. He I* among the establishment than this
trucks employes thoroughly conversa.nlwith Co. first. If it. is anything you '
represent the,very latest fea- Inc. prominent business men of the com. well known concurn.
munlty and worthy of extended men. every feature of the business!'! They' feature office furniture and can find In any firm of this kind '
and as a result work moves along you will find it there In the highest
this review to
Lion In our progress. ,equipment' in fact are equipped j
THIS WOULD PLEASE STALIN I HELPFUL nATTIB No matter what you contemplate In has moat satisfactory manner. supply its* patrons with the most quality and at the most attratlvaprices. '

-- the way of building you look upon It suitable! articles for the office. .

One thing' that impresses us (and She was a very efficient young wo- as a lasting, permanent accomplishment OLE; MAN WORRY GO 'WAY While this store is ono that in In charge' are prominent and well

lit cannot believe it was done for man. One day she saw a large car and you want to realize f-.11 point of extent of stock, quality of known business men of the community

feet! ) is that when the President rolling slowly down the street with- value of every dollar invested. In appointment would compare favor- who'm we wlnh.. to compliment.
wd order to da this you would consult A col.red boy wan worrying about .
she ran
ChnrlhUl were meeting in the At- nut a driver. with a reliable architect who 'can advise the chance of being drafted for the j'"I
they heLl religious service on to the side of the moving vehicle op- to plans, materials and con- His consoled
the as army. pal him. "There's SIDE HARDLY SLEPT ALL :N1GiV'I
boat and Ameri- door hopped In and appliedthe ON
Joined with the ened the struction.We two things that can happen, boy.You -

18 iIIQ and English sailors and soldiers brakes. can recommend no one In whom I la either draftel or you ain't drafted.If often think this "insomnia" business .
the singing of church hymns fa.8I1l1ar Then she got out and looked for you may place greater confidence Newcomer Charlie's coffin plate ..
you ain't, you can forget it; is about 90 percent' nonsens
to both countries. Can you the ddver. A mere man appeared, than you can In Britton Klrton. In I not have on it.-as was usually$ required
"" If you la, you still got two When I was a young\ man liviqg la a.
p'aue tfne Hitler, Mussolini! and the Ja- and she asked: "Ia this your carT"He Jacksonville at 901 Phone Atlantic Jacksonville National chances. You may be sent to ,II. -his age. Charlie had been as boarding house in Toronto my broth -

high mogul holding Christian admitted ownership. Bank Building particular a. a about keeping .
mcea 5-3700.) And we take great pleasure' front) and you may not. If you g* to ., George cam to visit me; and
Without at their meetings! ".'ell," she said, "it was running in recommending his service to you- tha front,you still got two chances; his age to himself and when he since there was no spare room wa

the spiritual trw material down the street." died his survivors disputed about it. to share the
Ia away our readers. you may be shot and you may not. had my bed. In morning
worthless In this world and tanks saId the man, sa e.M T know It was If you' get shot, you still have two after daylight, I.said to George. "Did
bombers can never defeat the it the ....raXablecram" ." to put on the coffin *'
to ,
much T
PWtnal "I was pushing A MAN IN RAGS rhancan, you may die and you may you get sleep
power that are hidden in 84," another "Aged 79" and a third '
the beams not. And even if you' die you' still "Not a damn minute; said he. ;
of the people of all the somewhere betwuen. Sbandy he '
said "N Hher did I, I rejoined. "I
wsr-torn I No man should! be measured by the have two chances
nations.Wayne Observer. POOR RICHARD! I amount of money he makes. The real! would part with his on. good eye before could hear every sound all night

---- he'd tell a lie on a man going: Then we put our heads up from the
years the truth Is out value of a persoj's time! Ghoul I le QUALIFICATIONS
SUCCESS After ISO Franklin.The name gauged. by hew r> uses it for .e.II -. Into the grave ard printed on the bedclothes and saw that the bed was '

about Benjamin plates: "AgM Considerably."-SoumaMacManus covered with plaster. The ceiling had
4 r). ; : easily have derived constructive serric4 to others. some enurehas want a new
e. had ng' lawyerpleading Us tint 'PoOr Richard' might account rather The fellow In tope may be wort sintrter. they want one with The Rocky Road to Dub. fallen on t>. in the night. But we p
:: been retained by a farmer from his bank Ha (Macmillan), hadn't noticed it. We had "insom .i1
almanac. said William more to the world thin the ..ntit'n'.Ire ; -tha strength of an esgle! ,
)resecnt a railroad fer than from his i'College
company nia. -Stephen Leacock too Much
!In silken appnrrl. --the gentleness! of a dove,
12-4 after reading early Farmer's
Wife (to
hogs. He wanted to im- Fulton Kortt druggist Dodd Ueadl. t
greys It's a good idea for every on i to -th. grace of a swan, ,
the of North Am- Now'
jury with tie magnitude of records of the Bank b* aura' and write plain: or
me and of Wninstrons take an Inventory' of himself and ask -the eye of a hawk .
laJIH'7.rw.nt.towr hogs" genhUk eke, where Franklin many them botttes which Is for the horn Industry produces about 103COO.
tie .a kept their himself what he has clone ta make the night hours of as owl, ad I for' <<
of it. M kega24 *-.- compatriots which U for my huiband. 1 000 miles of wire a year 160,000
least tile world Utter sad kappUfcr_WaysvsQheartvt. -the iadMtry 01 woadpacke
overdraw at doat aotaia different nsa from
lio_ -twice> tha. number to money. 11e was want to happen to U* -ranging papastllp.

JIuJ lasur. thre* days e.t .* every week"- AU -tk. trUs nise a at a, spamrw. ...* before the svttac Vwta*. In yiaaa wirer1't. "_ --a


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The G. H. Strickland Motor c..1.,...... IW tftrUfea* )to* |MIIMM*. i iWham
Dew sued seedy Cd wood .**. *. -- ntf
at 688 East University Assume.Gainesville > is transferred quickly )
I hauling
shares I. heavy
steadily eaaWiia The <*-.. I* MWacceetee' I
thus their patro
Gainesville act safety
Fl* phone r
that ewe* stay ears at* III awet.s.eeu egs4w nt. boilers A delay and lOll oj

; 533' Is on* of the Arm tn this see better taveMmewt tfcm ....* .*. hussar ....rr". W4 'k1W1e. me- n U.t' subject formerly were. There is no:

tine of the state that to rendering one because ha fin ........4aei. WOW set sR hinds throughoutComet 3. it y the development of the .

au essential service in a eonaldcratton. business which h ae heavy tit ***** .. egad Vhssid s. Twea.tly Transi haling buslines as operated bi
z that deserves your careful A toed *.*4ebeoteteiy t1M Is P060041 eadd has been exceedingly vend
: m
enjoying a Urge cod well the bettor irwsstaneset 1luesi.a ea. LasIs :
merited patronage from the city ends tai 534 r'iterks Most. Phone U the public.
The average jwHwh-' *, a ewe ear No concern in this communal
surrounding country. z"Usaw.t4s 'I". bas pees la
s wit that deprechsiia awe'which business
its great g /en heavy hauling
The 11184'C.I' can..now Tie said to Mla hawsee for yews and the aatmraacetw than that
k* ha so..atewi'tsdawii.dpe ..-tlal attention
level ol sodttstaosery sewers win-red by
have reached a permanent a heart.bcewfeng sad owpahowsacrifice known establishment. Their
value and popu.arilty."tbe thousands them a. swmera.d fcy tads areiag
,. wf nasty.UUowea.r. trucks are of modern type ar
of of rood Used -F they ass resolving year
happy owner to, aeycaestos read e nployres who operate them apclally .
cark such a* these guaranteed anto ear 'the wer4\GOOD mast>. eanj.*> bF ,..., skillful in this line of,
,.... te sending too bore 81' too
mobile, are living examples of the haulii
tised because aay ether then a get When you have any
fact that such machine ha real n iaat fn tires well fcMwm lira to b
a asedNer fa ala a ..eakb.mekhoe c intractora equipments

Investment value. The reputation and a ridiculous ....*... .f .....". erwre I f.nt.UfIO"% A;* ].a a distance Cmnrc' their and field Florida.thto of. k'-avy machinery and bu.dlnjf ;
and real worth of the used car has IA of all kinds you are as
Now if the e0er kaewa his mime. .
In the Tw.WUMrta Century
been steadily advanced by the attention dayr jnureelf of rapid tranportatloi
reputable dealer have given CUM_ ant haede o+thei g w I ....".. aseffa. has developed *' K.rvico and charges reasonable
good quality piece ef geode h* will tike iaetW4 .f
: a trancpor reliable firm.
It. Such a firm this certified tog this
a* ell 1to 1M wader ceMaWeaa tha i fMiIM ml wfewnbMmIwavy .........at. readers' attest
We call
market are devoting our
public motor l.t
will eliminate tK ga M* for 700make ........- .**bJMry. and buildbng Kennelly Transfer & Stora
very reconditioned pedal used car efficiently. it perfectly cafe for r tit ss.....w. hat .... was when :nc. as most reliable and ont

, purchase his M* cka4iM.la thane .tads bed I* b* sawed by '.'horn you can trust goods
making tate ravine *t the |M.- steam aeade er br .... Mts" wagon, will bo delivered to the dent
r The real worth of a food used .
' eye" .f 1M period. .e terms. Ie say K<* *. inch[. they spends large vromptly and in first class

bayens : that this firm meets the Msaasde ...... trusts with CficiMt capacity while charges will bd most si
of and that that reppt..
the public
....... to .*mrr anything tarp sr small sad tory.
: "" cally the prteeof a new one for a lion el the put bans IMMMI .. .w..e

" ., "Md"car. When delivery was"loo lone and to refer h to a9 our read eve -


I -- TW to JMtte .* the Peace, a the event of your being
y ''I There ar many way of beeping like eondltloM y.. wffl e*> y thesame who hM gives tte Public the bn ofwarriwe suddenly away.
down the expense of operating an uniform hag ""..., with goesRatted Justice Francis J.
..WwL'de is .. .l.iIM and Warren I.
automobile, and one of them U by Mtkfartloi to what yea Mcetve
of 14 children
watching your tire eloeely.. Some la th*.. ti.... alvifte odeae an b.. *lbea Hatters.ud 'sr ranging I
owner think that a* soon a* the ear And let no remark her that till leae sAesps a wide p."u'art rom three to 36 years. His
iug shows the least sign of wear it 1* atoM to Just about headquarters totheee hr Ita ...tttr U* er.H marriagebvlHttag w is also a sailor In the "ha

dangerous to use it longer and hexes parts for Urea. 'nt.IIi.... to .....eaety with 1M dignity IS ready and willing at all ti

they are always complaining about made of standard and high are" I....' 4-4 ........ **, invited to :eve people advice along ma:.
the ever increasing tire expense. 'brand ef Urea and toA most essaviolki6 smssues wells leers.Jasiwte .. which he is familiar.

rD.tlila section old tire and tube> thl* to a stock tKa* ...... If" sae i rMeees ... Wastes to aoted Many people have found hI(

are, ,recapped. correctly at this up Investment ef near t.bimiiisrf el dal Set asare.tatesware .f service and far rather convenient in weddirl
to-dato establishment under most offs tar It can readily .. teem that this] bale wsrss&4Ar sad knowledge er monies. He Is able to giv

dart and able direction. It hM mored establishment fa Prepared to earwel,rosorat .me. seems. nlete advice on all the step
) tire from this establiahment the owner ef make er aieilnl d !
;that recapped say hires strive bas bwnams a headquartses aken and attend to all detail
will gave owners many antomobfla. In this review glad e
Ow p-"a7 tmd for -r mll"sa we are
dollar. Only experienced men are fn"e hardest kind of v.1oaelsahY
'a .awed lit a *niliii. that weed the axe pliment Justice Francis J.
found here. Only the mot modern and recapping tires to ey f.ebecause those
.. _use at lapel >ai...iu B. to much upon the part he is playing
and scientifically correct machinery they how the tot etment eq ip
000001000e4 0ee4 t* geese t. put you cbUnegg and general life: of t
I* in use and the beat work turned mad expert Ure reyaJna Visa
out. .Therefore satisfaction Is part are bound to be satisfied with aedto lift sedans wh .bow ebe are e.1ft11I8'" don of the state and to'j,

anteed. It take experience and proper factory work and ....... t*.t ft Mklac .. woo ss that 5k.hire" I courteous thorough and eservice

t equipment recap tire properlyand We are god .. emmpU t..ei Riooe year dudeaof year Propwrll to our readers.
that I* why thin recapping Latlmer'a Tire Shop to CaimoaetlIeat be mode slbest tnsueie.t0wepors Justice Francis J. Warren

I excel 13..... street artfc spies side who ovum anything should 'ated in Jacksonville at 754

"When you put ,one of their tire position they WCQtt9 .. the bookwoo. bee- a will ae ft ...we Urge cows j Ave.. Phone JacksonvIllo-7-71

on your car whether b a 11,e e aor world ef this *erti.. ef tile century

regular you are assured that you had to asflttre the public tk.tthey h efteedeear" YOuTH--SHOP

hare a tire of all strong robber and wilt. gtt tro.t.awnt used MODERN I
a that with each and every tire seder "ac- I -

mommenow I T"bas p4tass aredteyllsse iii nod.:ae able and so hard to obtain 1

far .......*. sod fM* *9 U 18, for their garments a fame
. MATHEWS FOOD PRODUCTS CO. i bears sap to U yeses fit age- emAH ever increasing.The .

: flea flit ett4nM" aa4rw.ara4 .:- baby and little tot's clo

Mathew Food Product very I .111........*. Their UaftM< .*. to torcreased baasd embeeldemy gouda is both dotntbr a great accommodation to th

Jacksonville at 2381 West Beaver so that l apteee warns ..*.. he>vettei*. aS bare dis- as they have a large stock of i

been mad from time t* tease serif today ........... atptasf. read quality amt will of clothing for their garment
;C Street. Phone Jackonville-775M they have a mmtM brlls.try. X rerytking 0,00 leant ......... 'that is ever increasing.

i* one of the model institution to the plant to bpi' etoea *e TM |... washes vfealfT the fore This modern youth shop ha

of this eectlon. ThIs well It to the peIiq ef this toeDCtoXlMinet mm t <.OM. ., Mr eervhre Stitt. all ctal mail service for people

d known concern U one ef the rely t sake leas .*a.* t***. their eMUtm*"* erase ha the latest tn the rural districts and tl

most prominent In this section of that win ass ton|.-t*.., he to tore lath ef also a4 ewe combination ;I I surrounding towns and hun

the state. Its plant Is modern and eat Bt..4 ce that to ae av ss .!>* mtktm OM aew gale at. very at- the customers have found it

up-to-date in every ;trtlcular and Broach to the highest perfmtto tamsadae.T reliability as well as accomn
sanitary throughout Iho buslae that model machinery well P..... b. sandnce drop Ie.... 01'1
e 1s is
It for to
a pleasure dii
line If MM .*tte eewU call,. I us
I* conducted along progressive p swamp.sb the .. Mftar eetaUtobeMaU of!
1 sad bow u- ....._ opts meat very fi attention to this store as on
and we are proud to &y it a credit .f. into mammmtkf. hers will find
I yea ,i
to this part of &e utate. factored by two e eHksy henrMlaUly ... that .. es*>. e" malarial sad the''Important features of the com

To be able to make certain ef getting pore aM b* itft-.i.fa* they ..- was.. 11 whip toreleated into commercial efficiency.

absolnely good peaaet ..aun.1 are-tlloM9 w..J4 seat he a Caettty to Onto Utto !..*>ir their apparel Modern Youth Shop la lo

sandwiches cracklings aad potato! the vicinity who we M sM b.. a ye .... et ............ a4 quality.I I Gainesville at 208 East U

chip 1* a boon to the city. At this trm f this eeatera.The4 TWA ladle..... et' which to .* desirHAfTEX Avenue.
plant the moat healthful ingredients: a.,.4arto **.. ...ry tf **.
are used In the process of mannfae- la the eoetMoaity bring this retry "

.. ture. Analyst has proven them to be beet that the .ar*.. aff.HhkThe I:1'L\.1IG. Th1GGa OBJECTION SUSTAIN

4 absolutely free from anything tojurieni maaajre ha beer eto net fr a- t -

consequently they are not call tied with the iMtoaie ef IMatUa set' se., Poet OmNtw the geeerameat'la I' Before the bar of justice

y health giving but are health pre- ., the country and the bset4tise- a**.11..r .a.. dafeas ,..j< Uetlnr. ties should IWWAvv the p aumam.a ref '
Y A visit to the, plant ef this firs la the entire .*.>*.. Threw ar at areeeat t M carpeatora < support, MOM Brown roeekl
eata'n ny 4 at the Ere avtog ground.
ted his guilt and offered n<
I I ...... mm was gas get a iea
.*tArJ.* to he eoij.t in4. according extenuation except that the ]I

I J. F. WYCIIE to J. 9*.m..f4 INM*. who business ed too much.

AUTO MACaLXB SHoP I arms per the take ta Ottawa county iSow i "That's so excuse for ,
Mose," the court said. "D
obtain awaxerk
mass pep a tM see to

J. F. WVehe. la Galore at 129 ;mgt to overhauled. ter/ehawt or ...1 ........ know that the Constitution g

Cast Masonic street I* equipped to lasted by a **rB* ef skal.4 mesteea. II M ptBxtt*,! the t the seem are every woman" the right to tal

ito sBwtaSy teata** to Met 1M ,fide eese.ime HIM a 4y, aad that wants to?
produce the moat expert werkmeonship -
mends ef mocha "Ya suh, Jedge. I kno
ef eewfe *4t ttheW ono many Maas ague employed |
known to machine shop prac to IMHM Only Lucy she never stop ta
seep Every Csctttr at free ... a.adni--is 064 name ad from ;t I'
tice. A large force of skilled BMchlaet machining nary .toe* af anaathesafineil a amarbiy fine Visa werked said i keep it up stiddy, mo'nin. t
equipment. Peru e* lanais.Cvursamis night, day in. day out. till '
of many year ecperleaeeto fibres eve ae ..**. .MB* workUg eato
aa4 offlefteii 4414.too I I Jes cain't stan it .
CtMl to each ether no moo,
at the service of the Industrial .>* laey hew
have boos the fearedastma ea whiskthe His mournful earnestness
plant of any sis*. Skilled .........- eettee ie,.efr, .tt.. .. J. X. ew ed the court.
are at once dispatched to handle RIcfehas bees haft Pfts.a... lathe Same to .pva4lssg a tot of she talk about"She!* does T \

any problem that may aria frees defective so" 1. a feature at their moonry w sbeAi ease p.".sets that .....1 Moa

plant equipment.In e.ervi.tie hl arm... the teat iii a..... ep ... to he e*<.aeQed to I "Jedge Ragged his bead ....
sun. he
addition to its general skilled aseelatelybiwhkMa pudishle seat wrelIN Par fee answer ae totor hay the new "
machine shop service, the company dashers bet to Wef d.bwg toa bar to to* a .*..>. ..t what to I ay.

a specializes in repair work The cow*. Ito ..... Th an minus ef IMsfirm ahead to teams when wassh, peaches -*

pAD,. b prepared to build wotfcltg ev knew that a **.< some 1m "4 sosraaero..-.tdeubeMd .....,... I REALIST"
experimental node for new tavea .....1IIt ity; Ie."m eeiathfertfaw 040410000
tion. Rebuilding ef all type ef Internal -
to aBM eedMleeweaew Ii'...tit WMrTAUl BJBKAIN Wen. Uncle Jo.. the t
combustion motor Motor repair Those seas ass sat air earsaaaesedt.t. man said to aa old Negro
of all description The vematollty .I
d a offered by this skilled ,....... br.miwOft #* la this ettr *.* eadwmuwlty. ... Same see am Inlet a.y-nvheto.They just paid the last; install
They are u.t,*"..Bite .. seek sad ,, mall farm. "111 make
nil in the Interest of industry ha 0111000104 alIseslea by Alts roar you
merited greatly Increased scope iso area t't tile ,... .._. roft4rwfCirg pu04re' of *...*( oft .%.*. s* the hrfh I the farm now It's been pai

demand for service. They... excellent w A ViW their ...* hfc OPT ....... ef OMWP thM to the aaeaBagcMBlwsiwM Ij "Boss." the Negro nopa-
. equipment skilled mechanic just which seeks to mehe MM seas'sesaicy
*Ma a4 *si.- thaa theyMHawr all de same to )"Ou. I wtah
bees .. whooke .. Seals.WI .
Machinery of any kind for factory a lato
dluns pes*, BMiilulSL aha f*r;\ me a mo'gage to de laNo"

10 assessom MIlt fisastee6ad by theM ;: The surprised real "t=A-.

ft83EBMAN'S POEM d the ..**..- ....... saw a sW WWi riJk } Oar\ bays;,' tested that Uncle Joe diet:

r 5 ruhVtaWat.WVia oivva,Ld II a wave, efefrwHdketo acceesee ,. know the difference 1 hoot_

," Did 'y H ever-. hear this s i-tlae the wine to !. 81011"k .. fusee wiiMiM[ hat beaafit. mad a mortgage.

tc flabenaaa' pom. Anglers claim The aradeat _.<.. .loan Bt *00. emaMAM& while ovdia..17 Marlow ....' "Wen, mebby not.- said I

w there* -a kt of truth in It. Wheat the wto4 le to Ck. Walk ha std J Ill'1loJL" sea to arsssallfna "But I owned a fahm oeee

Wla4 la the estriab It blew .he basis .. dent ..*". 614 asfbsnw what ..0 "d. deed aa' de Put National 1

,, bit. least; ,_ ,...... seeds 44 ..... booCa.thngs ca):: -"cqe. aa* de bank got aIC''r .

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AdretUaementsEvevy Articie onTJ.f", Page la a Paid


STORAGE CO. INC. and effective lout! emallness. This
prompt policy
They give : hag
G. U. Strickland Motor Cc, deferred. The dividing line betweennew loan, transactingtheir i jk dominant factor In the been.
w ,, at 660 Cast University Avenue, and really good used can is -- vice of the large clientele bulldina lip
: Qatoeavllle, Fla.. phone Gainesville! steadily vanishing. The fact is now When it come to heavy hauling I i I thi is transferred quickly and with business with everyone confidentially by the institution. now eJ\jo\ IM

i accepted that some used cart arebetter of contractors equipment boiler, perfect safety thus their patrons are There are other loan
t boa U one of the firms Ja this sea not subject to delay and loss of time and responsible financing companl
Investments than known that loom
some new This well large
heavy machinery and building ma- may In
tlon of the state that is doubt figures
rendering they formerly were. There no is .f thestrongest but
ones because. the first depreciation Institution one there are none In this
aQ ....DUCI service in a I business terial of all kind throughout thtt the development of the heavy organizations of.Us!; kind to show section which i
which i. heavy Is avoided.A : can a more uniform
"' that deserves your careful consideration good used car is positively and Georgia and Florida, Kenaetly Transfer hauling business as operated by this b.t> found In the entire etate. Its organization ual progress or more solid or and testis..

c enjoying a large and well absolutely the better Investment & Storage Co. Inc., in Jacksonville firm bas been exceedingly "peneflcial was effected In :response able management than this can

merited patronage from the city and The purchaser of anew car at (24 Pippin street Phone to the public. to the demands of the community for Because of its sound and conse'rva one

,.. surrounding\ country: with average its first depreciation 'Jacksonville -1483.. ha* keen In No concern in this community has the purpose of making loans to worthy live management It enjoys the "
great over luUeat
r, The used* ear an.now "Be said to which he has control r allzes it business for yean and the assuranceof / given heavy hauling business more people who found themselves tem- confidence of the public at larg and
'" have reached a permanent level of no In.t satisfactory service rendered by special attention _than this well porarily short of money. It has Its influence on tbo individual

1 ( ;,, value and_ popuarilty.,. "The thousands Is a heartbreaking ridiculous them la evidenced by the !Increasingpatronage known establishment. Their motor I filled a prmlnent factor in civic borne life of the community has. bets and

: ''t of happy owners of good usedoars sacrifice vf: 'money. they are receiving: year trucks are of modern type and the and Industrial progress of the vjcln- marked indeed, for through its win.!)

1 0 ", such a* these guaranteed auto- However, purchasing: a used by year. employees who operate them are especially ity. Its management ia composedof Ing 'assistance and able advice, Urn

l' .ID bU... are. living examples of the car the word GOOD must be emphasized There I 1a nothing too large or too skillful In this line of work. prominent and conservative men number if citizens have been! ben.

i fact that such a machine has real "because'any other than a good small for this well known firm to When you have any hauling of who have successfully guidedits fitted and enabled to hold their place
used car: 11 ig also a heartbreakingAnd In the progress of the
contractor boilers :
Pi a investment value. The reputation move. A* to distance, their field of equipments direction to its oresent enviable community
a ridiculous waste of materIal We here wish tl! eojnplim'
money. heavy machinery and buidlng
and real worth of the used can has operations is Georgia and Florida. standing one of the strongest''' <
Now If the Better knows Ida merchandise In this of the of all kinds you are assuring feature of their Jacksonville: Finance Service in
been steadily advanced by the at-- day Twentieth Cepturyefficiency in this section. A
and handles nothetng but yourself of rapid tranportatlon, real (Jacksonville at 210
of thepatron's Hildebrandt
tendon reputable dealers have given ,'nothing has developed business la I the safeguarding:
good quality piece of goods: he will service and charges reasonable by call their advisory r Building Phone Jadtsonvill-5-Oi)8i)
) it. Such a firm as this certified rapidly a* the method of transportation Interests through.,
are fell it to you under conditions that / of contractors equipment, lug. this reliable firm. department which U available for their most essential service!! ren
public motor car, market devoting dered to'all in the
We call our readen' attention to most admirable
will eliminate the gamble for you-
boilers heavy machinery and buildIng te all.
very special attention to marketing Kennelly Transfer & Storage Co. manner in the hour of need It
make it perfectly safe for you to material. The time' when ; Since the founding of this Institution mat-
: reconditioned used can efficiently. !- was Inc. most reliable lters not under what
a* and one with outstanding policy has been circumstancci
his merchandise.In .
: making this review of the progress good had to be moved by whom you can trust goods, they one of accommodation and conven- you will find them at your service

TIle real worth. of a good used of the period, we desire to say team ,roads' or by two hone wagon, will bo delivered to the destination ience to the customer. Liberal without and their advice m matters will pro.

? can is apparent. Intelligent buy- that this firm meets the demandsof Not so today they operate large promptly and in first class order, recklessness, and'' conservative with I vIde both Interesting and profitable

41 t ears have been known to pay practically the public and that the reputa- motor trucks with sufficient capacityto while charges will be most satisfac

{ ,i the priced f a neW ono for aased"ear tion of the past has been maintainedand carry anything large or small and: tory.

when delivery was too long to refer It to all our readen.LATIMER'S I I LOONS AND KOONS CO.A1ITO I

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L' J i JUSTICE OF TOE PEACE Not only in the city but la all the can turn it out for you right awaj-

,11.',. II, I this well known Bent lenders they can make look like
This Is Justice surrounding
M llten of like a of the Pence, in the event of your being taken new and all other features are efficiently
are conditions
many ways keeping yon enjoy tile for work
famous the expert
9 who has given the public the firm Is
best suddenly
+; 4 down the expense. of operating an same uniform long service, with guaranteed away handled-
+ 'JM" '-automobile, and one: of them is by satisfaction is what you re service in marriage ceremonies and Justice Francis J. Warren la father they execute In rebuilding wrecked Their service is known far and wide

watching your tires closely. Some ceive In these tires. giving advice on business matter. of 14 children ranging in age ears and :repairing damaged Fun for its excellent work In the body rebuilding

a %f ', owners think that M soon as the cas- And let ns remark here that this Ha always enjoyed a wide popularity from three to 36 years Hi* son-in- Even though many Individuals and department and his: rebuilt

k' ld fi ins shows the least sign of wear it is store is just about headquarters in as he perform the civil marriage law Is also a sailor in the navy. He organizations are tarrying= on campaigns many damaged bodies. TMa firm U

dangereus to use it longer, and hence these parts for tires. This stock is ceremony with the befitting dignity Is ready and willing at all times to for more careful driving the considered an authority upon body rebuilding

,L' I. they are. always complaining about made of standard and high grade engaged couple. are invited to give people advice along matters of steady and rapid increase in the number and is consulted by many on

,,4i the ever increasing tin expense. brands. of tires and is most complete.As consult with him. which he is familiar: of vehicles on the streets and this work .
Ll .1 In t"EIs section old tire and tubes this is a stock that represents an Justice Francis J. highways makes the total elimination' Better call and see them the next
Warren Is noted Many people have found his place
av 1o r, are, recapped correctly at this up Investment of many thousands of dollars for of smash-ups impossible For many time you are in town and have a talk
+ t'.i' 7, }{ : to-date establishment under most efft it can readily be seen that this,'.hIs, accurateness: of service and for rather convenient in. wedding cere- miles around, experienced: motorist with them.

,,, ", : lent and able direction. It has proved establishment Is prepared to serve versatility'and knowledge of monies. He I U a..1e.to give complete and garage men have learned to call Associated with them you will find |

s a.: that recapped tires from this establishment the owner of any make or model of general office practice. advice on all the steps to be upon this company for service on only the competent, for it is the pol

1 ; : ; will save owner many automobile. 1 His office has become a headquarters taken and attend to all, details.; wrecked carsIn: many cases they icy of this establishment not only

x' a dollar. Only experienced men are TTTe hardest kind of vulcanizi't for people for manymiles In this review we are glad to compliment have completely restored wrecked that each member of the management -

; ",. found here. Only the moat modem and recapping tires Is easy for them around in matters that need the exe- Justice Francis J. Warren cars which owners had thought were be expert but each employe at

t I') and scientifically correct machinery because they have the latest equip- cution of legal papers. ,He i* much upon the part he is playing In the beyond the aid of expert service well

i* in OM and the best work turned ment and expert tire repairmen Von experienced and is able to put you kuJneau: .and general Ufa of this section A small scratch on your car they In making* this review we are rialto

a.t t' c .' oat. .Therefore satisfaction Is guaroaUed. an bound to be satisfied, with satisfactory In touch with- those who are compe- of the state and to refer his will take care of In a jiffy. A bent compliment.thla.flrm upon the position

'', .?,. It takes experience and proper work and prices. tent in m.klnup will '*o that the courteous thorough and excellent finder or crushed body they they occupy In the business

n :' equipment,to recap tires properly I We are glad to compliment disposition you desire of your prop- service to our readers. can fix in very short order. In world and call the attention of the

7' and that la why." this recapping 1 Latlmer's Tire Shop' in Gainesvilleat erty'will be made without( trouble. Justice Francis J. Warren Is located these! days of congestedtraffic public to''the excellent: service.

1';v:', excolsu 743 Main street north upon the I Everyone" who own anything"'should in Jacksonville at 764 McDuff it is not necessary for you well as reasonable prices.

'.'' 'When yon put- ,one of their: tires position, they occupy In the business have a will as it avoid large cost .,I Ave., Phone JacksonvlIle-7-7181. to wait weeks for such work as 'Koons A Koons Co. are located In
.#, on your car whether balloon world of this section: of the country I' this Here is a firm/ which specializes Jacksonville at 2020 Main Street.

: ; 0. regular you are assured'that yon I. and to assurer.the public that here in this service and they Phone JaCksonville-5-4829..

I tr". have a tin of all strong rubber and they will get courteous treatment and i 'MODERN YOUTH SHOP I .

.I that .with each and every tire under ,high grade goods

( '". I I This' place specialize in clothingfor able and *o' hard to obtain has won J i iThia

;::1'.:. II. ': MATHEWS FOOD PRODUCTS CO. infants, and girls up to 16, for their garment' a fame that is I

"it, .. I I boy .up to 12 years of age-com- ever Increasing.The ----
.J't\. : plete line of children's underwear baby and little tot's clothing is section of the country sea I ed its business career upon !la

Kathewm Food Products: Co. in very interesting; Their business Is Increased hand embroidered goods in'both 'domestic a great accommodation to the public whole, has an added business advAnt-- foundation this advancing, knowing business that could aucce-u only be

Jacksonville at 2331 West Beaver so that improvements have I and Imported- all have distinctive as they have a large stock of all kinds" aged by having In its. midst such a fully gained by selling quality lumber

Street Phone Jacksonville-77666 been made from time to time until today I styles, good quality and will of clothing for their garments a fame well known lumber:dealer as HIrsch fair margin of profit
they have a model industry Everything give good service. that is ever Increasing Lumber Co., in Jacksonville at 1205 upon a method at
business )
is Fair and honest
one of the model institutions
in the plant Is kept clean as I This place makes quality the foremost This modern youth has Graham Bldg. Phones Jackson- all Individual service to every
of this section. This well it is the policy of this institutionnot \ feature of their service Still, all mail service for shop people residing a special ville-5-4463 and 5-03G9. Long Distance patron times, have established for them I
known concern! is one of the only to make first class goods 26.whose commendable policiesand
their children's wear has the latest in, the rural districts and the small trade that has extended in every di.
most prominent in this section of that will pass Inspection but te turn touch, of style and this combination lumber of 'quality have gained erction from Jacksonville. These
the) state Its plant is modern and out products that Is a* near an ap- makes the surrounding towns: and hundreds of them an ever 'Increasing/ business the res-
at- been
up-to-date in every articular and proach to the highest perfectionthat tractive. new garments very the customers have found it of great that can be noticed by the large business assets have with these

sanitary throughout. Tho business model machinery will permit. reliability as well as accommodation.It dally shipment leaving, their establishment ron for their success and
The modern youth shop is one of methods in,, mind they have always
>fa conducted along progressive lines If the public eould only compreh Is a pleasure for us to direct your boosters for all
the establishments of consistent
and we are proud lu cry .it is a credit end how these nroducta are manufactured very popular attention to .this store as one of the The prosperity of the city U great been and
to this part of fie; state by this company how ah.rolutely the community. Here yon will find important features of the community's ly increased by the 'extent of theirtrade things adding to the growth at all
that the excellent
I Ta be able to make certain of get.Ling pure and health-giving they material and the commercial efficiency. which extends for miles around prosperity of the community

i abaoluely good peanet butter, an--then would not be a family in expert workmanship inculcated into and their chosen field of endeavor times, knowing that ," firm that did
clothes render Modern Youth is located
their their apparelthat Shop In methods
I sandwiches cracklings an e d potato the vicinity who would not be a patron brings new people to the community. not possess solid business
l hips Is boon to the city. At this f this concern. of distinction and quality. Gainesville at 203 East University Through the extended,trade channels would wither and die.
That individuality which_is so desire Avenue. of this active firm dollars From each department the dealers
pl.nt.tbe moat healthful Ingndients Their products are very popularin many are
ore used In the process of manufac the community being the very brought yearly into this section. in thia sectlo.,of tIle country receivetheir In

; ture. Analysis has proven them to be best ,that the market affords. STRANGE THINGS HAPPEN Good value and reasonable prices lumber daily. Each man of
SUSTAINED have placed their lumber in lending has complete knowledge
absolutely free from anything injuri- The manager baa been closely allied the charge a
emj consequently they are not only with the business of this section -' yards. This establishment start- this business.
Near Port Clinton the government Before the bar of justice wife -
health giving but arc health pro of the country and the Institu- one
tecting. tion should receive) the, patronage of is building huge defense projects. brought charges of desertion and non.

: A visit to the plant of this firm J la the entire people. employed There an at at the present Erie 2,200 proving carpenters ground. support, MaIM Brown meekly admit- I BERWOOD PARKING' LOT .

b :,: ,.1\.1"I,\ I Before non-union men can get a ted his cut and offend nothing In -- ,

;i"j. J .F WYCHE certificate to be employed' accordingto extenuation except that the lady talk- Berwood Parking Lot located in people who go to the city who shopp need to j
?. J. Bernard Pect. who I I. ed too much. Jacksonville at 137 East Adams is and the traveling? public lot

., ), '. ; AUTO MACHINE SHOP agent for the union in bulne"l: "That's no excuse for desertion, the. leading parking lot in this ,part be recommended to a lot parking manner;
II) the automobile parking
they must pay. a ISO fee to obtain a Hose," the court said. "Don't yon o7 the state. Conveniently located more the Importance '
realizes and
J. F. Wyche. in Goineville. at 129 ;mill is overhauled, repaired or ad..1 work permit.It know that the Constitution guarantees for the peopte of this section while of modern more conveniences.

Eart: Masonic street Is equipped to justed by a corps of skilled machln. is reported that the men are every woman the right to talk all she In the city shopping. We, are glad to refer our readers
lets specially trained to meet the d*. wants tot""Yaeuh Located right In down town section and we point
produce the most expert: workman- receiving $13.60 a day, and that to this popular place
mands of service .of such a wide in the heart of the\ theatre dis l lot, thllt iJ
ship known machine then are many more men employed] Jedge. I know it do. to it as a modern parking
1 to shop prac- scope. Every facility is at band for than needed-In fact some men froma Only Lucy she never atop talkin'. She trict. One block to Florida Theatre. increasing In popularity all!1 the lima
t tk*. A large force of skilled ma- machining any clasa of mechanical keep it They employ all white help and all We advise 'readers also to dl-
stiddy our
near-by town who worked said up mo'nin', noon and the
ss chlnests I equipment, part or tool. are trained and most courteous. teurists and
of many yean experience night day in, rect traveling' men
then an so many ran working on day out. till it gits so of tw
Courteous and
!' .. at the service of the industrial efficient service I This parking lot( offers all the conveniences nniniated people of this section
Jes cain't Ibn'
have been the foundation on which the job that they an In each other's it no mo', Jedge. so essential to the upbuild- state to this lot. The managementand

plant of any size. Skilled mechanics- the entire reputation of J. F. way.Untie His mournful earnestness Impress.ed Ing of a progressive community It assistants are courteous "1.sc

ore at once dispatched to handle Wyche --ha been built Promptness Sam i Is spending a lot of the court. "She doe? What does is modern and up-to-date in every re- commodating at all times Unescorved .

say problem that may arise from defective i Is a feature of their money on defense projects that tax. he talk about?" ipect ladies while in the city shoppM

,. f plant equipment. service. Furthermore the firm .Is payers are going to be compelled to Mose wagged his head sorrowfully. The rates of this parking lot, are can' park their car in tM lot without

_ i In addition to its general skilled absolutely reliable not only. In pay for. sooner or lair and the nw "Jed e.. suh. he said "she doalsay. very reasonable. The,service Is un- hesitancy or fear. The manarementInslsta .
machine shop service, the company business dealingsbut In the doingof tax law" is just a sample of what is ." excelled in any city. If you are not that they are treated "i

specializes in repair work. The com ( its ,0r1,. The members of this ahead for those who work, produceand ----- already one of their customer the courtesy at all tiinea. the
Bny is prepared to build working orexperimental firm know that a good name in a consume.-Archbold Buckeye. REALISTWen. .- next time you are in the city chopping We are pleased to compliment) \ IIId

models for new Inven community. la built on continuous or to the theatre, give them a management upon.their eWeient '
tions. Rebuilding of all types of internal oi twlection.
satisfaction to all customers.' ronrteous service l to the people
< combustion motor Motor repair ORDINARY MORTALS REMAIN Uncle Joe," the real estate trial.There them a
k These men an not only outstanding is no greater necessity than We suggest you pay
of all description: The vereaaUty man said to an old Negro who bad the city.
the to
offered this skilled !business men ia this city and community Some modern automobile parking lot. visit on your next trip
by men are like
personnel sky-rockets.: They just paid the Ian
clti! installment on a With the ever-Increasing number JacksonrlHe-5-9218.
They are respectable of Phone
in the interest of Industry' has attract attention by the rush and small farm -
roar "fl1 make
of the yon a deed to
merited a greatly Increased scope In seas community, ready and -
; w demand for service. They have excel- willing to do their part In any pro of their rapid fire above us, the brilliancy the farm now It's been paid for" 4

'. i lent equipment skilled mechanics. ject which seeks to n,ake the com of their thoughts the dazzling "Boss. the Negro replied, "if it's SERVICE WITH A SMILE TUB NEWSPAPER

$, I Machinery of any kind for factory munlty better one in which to II... explosion of Ideas and seta-then they all de same to you, I wish you'd give think that
Driving into ever";
e "J 1 disappear. Ordinary mortals who a Laguna'Besch. Calif. "Do atop to
for me a mo'gage to de place." :you .cbod 1
I th. moment are fascinated by the The surprised real acts service station, a motorist asked for millions have no literature no
I'IWIERMAN"S POEM Wind la the west- man pro. 10 gallons of gas. Three service I but the praei1
others still remain when they have tested that Uncle Joe didn't men and almost no pulpit bllt
seem to
Fish bite best. .snrbedHuman skyrocket accomplish know the difference between hopped to work smartly-cleaning Not one man in ten roads< bool\Jl.\ .
Did you ever' hear this old-time) When the wind is in the north._ little or.nothing that benefits rind a mortgage. a. deed off.A every one of us except the very n claf

] Jtahenaan'! 's poem. Anglers claim The prudent angler goes not forth( } mankind while ordinary mortal, lea.* "Well mebby not." said the few minutes later he returned less poor, satiates himself eve parent T
there's -. lot of truth in It. When the wind Negro. : end asked: "Did of It is the
I is la the south. brilliant and dazzling, live on to areompDm "But I owned fahm an" any put go Inmy wit1 the newspaper. "
Wind in the east It blew the a once had arf The three attendants theatre, Pnl
hook' in the
a fish's and achieve what the worM deed an' d. :Fast National Bank had went school college 'ltVwl,

ViahhiU least; l mouth needs and must havfe--Carthage. (BL)J ..'.... ..' ie look cot de> fahmf a :had into. a huddle thea confessed nobody). I'ample eoansellor, all colonel in OD"b1 iLNOV --
,,drop. te our blood

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