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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 26, 1941
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I [WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS By Edward C. Wayne .II Bond Election Jones SellsCocaColil WITH 0 THE :::.. Regional Housing



hAWAII- :' RUSSIA: On School Issue Plant Plan '
: ; Approved
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Changes Moving Steadily' WISHES
BEST OF GOOD ; / ,

>Depite the fact that Secretary Steady advances by the Russianson .,
Set For Jan 27 To Be Expanded
Knox bad revealed that the army all fronts despite weather conditions '. At Meeting

L and navy forces on Hawaii were and reports of huge captures

d not on the alert" againstatbrck: :? of prisoners and of booty: had The Bradford County Board of DeWitt C. Jone.sold 'the Starke FOR CHRISTMAS AND THE NEW YEAR
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The
and the fact that President .Roosevelt begun. to cosnrlcoe".th*" n>rU,that Instruction County Commissioners at a
Public In
adjourned
bad appointed Investigate the German effort to hold their winter Coca-Cola Company last Saturdayand special
session Monday called en electionto FROM EACH OF THE MEMDERS OF THIS meeting Thursday of last
board the extent ot the disaster as lines was doomed to failure and be held at the Bradford County thus severed all connectionswith week held In the office of the

revealed by; the naval secroAaix.lefts that the retreat might duplicate for a business with which he
OF YOU.
Courthouse at Starke on FIRM TO EACH Clerk of the Circuit Court adopted
general sense of relief in: thr the German armies what happened
Tuesday January 27, 1042. to had been associated for the past a resolution which I
country and In England that it was to Napoleon the same situation I will enable
One such determine whether bond shall boIsnued 25 years. The purchaser: was the Bradford
DO worie. strategic point as Kali- County to participate In
for $33.000, and the question Florida Coca-Cola .Bottling Company I HealthHousingTopic
Even before an inquiry board nln being captured had spoken vol ; Teachers Request rural housing projects sponsored I
to be submitted shall be 'orbonds" of Jacksonville. Under dale
headed by Supreme Court Justice umes. This town. 00 miles north I At Club I
by the United States Authority
Housing -
and bonds. The of 20
Roberts and appointed by the west of Moscow had been the first "Against December the Telegraph received
Owen Board further resolved ,"that letter Dr M. B. Hertong, chairman The effect of the !
president could start its work there point the Nazis had grabbed In a from the purchaser IncreaseThe board'saction

was a shakeup in the Hawaiian starting their encirclement of. .Mos there be and are hereby appointed signed by T. C. Edwards of the division of Health and Pay was the creation of the I

army and naval commands Ad- cow and Leningrad and lying as It and designated the following secretary which read: "This com- Housing in the Bradford County Northeast Florida Regional" Hous. I

, mini Husband Kimmel commander does on the main route between the as! inspectors of such election: pany has purchased the capital Defense Council, addretued the following petition signedby

of the Pacific fleet, was replacedby cities had virtually isolated them Don L. Hoover, L. D. Green andJ. stock of the Starke Coca-Cola Rotary Club at Us regular lunch the 33 of Ing Authority to administer the I
member the B. H.
q Rear Admiral Chester W. Nlmltz. from each other. L. Peck, and_ Albert W. Anderson Company Slarke, Florida and eon meeting Wednesday. He discussed S. program. |

In the army; Lieut.. Gen Delos C. The northward drive of the Red Sr., as clerk of Much elec- Is in charger of the business the necessity of beingthoroughly faculty was presented Mondayto Legislation authorizing the creation -....
the adjourned session of the ..
t Emmons was ordered to replace armies had smashed. Moscow reports tion." there.' prepared to meet any of regional authorities was
Bradford Board of Public
Ueut Gen. Walter C.: Short, commander said six divisions or 90.000 This. election Is to be held for The entire Issue of the Corporation emergency because of the war In Instruction County enacted by the 1941 legislature.!.;
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l of the Hawaiian department Germans at that point, and the Special Tux School District No. was owned by Mr. and Mrs. which we are now engaged. His and Governor Holland requested,.,
and MaJ. Gen F. L. Martin enemy was described in full retreat 3 of Bradford which discussion centered around the "We, the member of the facul- the
County, "at DeWitt C. Jones. "This deal plac- special meeting of the Board'
Y chief of the Hawaiian army.air command and in danger of annihilation. election the qualified elector who ed control of the Starke Coca- work of first aid, nurses and the ty of Bradford High School of County Commissioners to coot 1
relieved of his post and Tank, motor vehicles and gun care of the wounded. "It Is know that you realise that all I'
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was up
are t *.hcldeu residing In said Cola Company In the Jacksonville rider the resolution Similar re ji jiolutlons
Gen. C. L. Tinker appointed were being abandoned in the flight ", to this Division to correlate all member of this faculty have
Brig. \" District shall by their vote determine concern. Mr. Jones stated must be adopted by Ute
la his stead. and without mechanized equipmentin whether the Board of Tuesday "anJ carried all the assets the care given to the Injured worked unceasingly for the good other nine counties In the dial j

Chief outright loss was the battleship large quantities the orderly evacuation Public Instruction: of Bradford of the Starke Coca-Cola and to get all material and In. of the children of this county with before the authority can be c

Arizona 92.600 ton,''a good under of Russian such hug numbers of men County. Florida on behalf of said Company including 'Its building struments used In caring for out making any unreasonable requests ted. The other nine counties""In '
weather condition ''
demands of the Board.
ship in good condition, and undoUbt- Special Tax District No. 3. shall and entire equipment on the '' corner them he said. or the area covered by the NEJ.l"RH..f''
t edly most of the 1,300-odd who lost was seen as impossible.London sue bonds In the sum of S35- of Madison and Thompson The Rev. G. C. Powell pastor In a meeting of this faculty It (Northeast Florida Rural Hou---*'' j 1(

their lives were centered In her. sources realized that the of the Methodist Church talkedon was unanimously decided that: .
000. streets. The transaction went Into Ing Authority) are Alacbua, Baker ,
Reds had now a wonderful opportunity "Because of the steadily mount-
The fact that the.Pac1tc fleet still different of celebrating
On September 2nd President effect at the close of business way Clay Flagler. OllchrUt Levy:
: for a double-flanking operation Ing coat of living which II Increasingly
intact and still; In considerable December 20."' Christmas He discussed some of Putnam St. Johns and Union.
Roosevelt approved a $76,801
force was ranging the great oceanin against the great arc of German the ways that Christmas Is celebrated acute In Starke;
around Leningrad and Moscow and grant and a loan of $33,000 for Mr. Jones was the president, Ammon McCIellan State HousIng
pursuit of the Japanese fleet was criticizing some and commending "Because of the higher standard
additions and Improvements to his Miss Elise Jones Coordinator, before
that if pressed home with vigor a daughter appeared
comforting news. other of living demanded of -
disaster without parallel in all warfare B. H, S. Owing to the loan, was the vice-president .and his professional the Board to outline the program.In .
considerable relief were A. J. Thomas asked the Club '
Also of groups;
ws in store for Germany: work has never yet begun on this wife, Mrs DeWitt C. Jones the : addition to the Board and a
the stories of heroism to purchase a $10 tubercular bond
secretary's
navy ; "Because of the fact that the
The'bond
project. Issue is for secretary-treasurer of the Starke on the part of armyand navy: FAR EAST the proceeds of which would go State Department U requiring
: the purpose of raising funds with concern and theMe three constituted W. Getxen and John E. Plerson,
men, also of civilians in the Honolulu to the County Tuberculosis Association.
Birdseye ViewThe which ,to repay this loan to the the officers and board of directors teachers to attend summer school representing the Junior Chamber
area as wep as In Pearl Har- .
Government and proceed at once of the company Mr. Jones to Improve their professional of Commerce of Gainesville attended -
bor itself. The Americans had conducted whole far eastern situation
with the proposed building pro stated The president of the new : standing which cost more each the meeting to urge theCounty'
themselves. as such in tryingcircumstances though becoming more favorable to Aged Wanderer year and prevents teacher from
gram. concern Is R, J. Root Terre participation."A .
and while dealt a American defense of her vital positions doing work during the summer to
Haute Ind.. who owns controllingstock Seeks Son Commissioner of the Au-
crushing blow had bounded back, particularly the Philippines, I supplement their low salaries;
full of enthusiasm to carry the fight In the company thority will be appointed by Governor -

to the enemy. = egion Organizes The Florida Coca-Cola Bottling : Tuesday night an old man 70 "We, should< ask you to grantus Holland from each of the

G Company has purchased i year of age or older, was picked payment of the full salary ten counties,' Mr. McClellan stated -

CENSORSHIP: through W.' T. Clute realtor :1 up on Road 13 between Jacksonville schedule for teachers plus a min "and after organizing and establishing -

U.S. "" t a D tense Police eight lots from J. H. Rltch, of and Starke mentally Inca imum Increase of 10 per cent of headquarters the Au-

Adopted by: \ Jacksonville. upon which shortly pacitated. The driver of the the full salary schedule;1 such Increase thority.will make formal ...pllca-'

President Roosevelt's appointmentof \j truck brought him to the Starke to ,be retroactive beginning -
\ after the first of the year It will Lion to the United Btates Housing -
Byron Price, an AisoeiatedjPress: I ,AV the regular meeting of the erect a modern bottling plant :Mr. Jail. At first he was Dot 'admitted. September 1. IfrUJ We sub Authority for an earmarkingof
editor as chief Of the.America" c.atonhip .> h Later '' mithis request to, only,.because -
American1 Legion. 'Tuesday night Out stated; Tu4ayriU, *;praer. onhe. was found .on ., you funds' While' we" know 'there
bureau, and tint adoptloa-oC '' odr43/ beadect'toward.. feel It is to do
trig 20.iriembera: who were present erty Is the pecan trove back of Camp we necessary, are no funds available, at the
a(central censorship was'met by.et I were sworn In by Mayor N. D. the residence'S.1t. Johns, Jr., I Standing. Mr. Ward, foremanfor no." present time to'undertake the

press resigned to the fact that something I Walnwrlght Jr., asydefenne po- at the Intersection "of roads 13 Luther POw.II, telephoned Because Of hick of funds, this program" he continued :'rural

I of>the kind was a necessarywar lice." {with'Lloydr Green as their and 48 near the union bus .station. Sheriff Andreu who got him and request was refused by the housing Is moat.cerlaln to be one

measure. oak aid chief. This was 'done in harmony The present'plnnt will be I put him In Jail."Everywhere Board. It 'iwas slated ,I that the of the poet-emergency public

The first days of the war had with,.the suggestions made at the used until sometime !in the summer be went," said J. "total amount to be received for works programs) and we cannot

found so "much. confusion and so i recent meeting of the County Defense or until such time as the B. Rowe jailor "he asked for teachers' salaries" for the entire participate In this unless we are
much printing of rumors of air\ raids
and of speculations as to movements Council new plpnt Is ready for occupancy. his son." He had an Identification county wan only $76,609, "The organized."

of troops and of ships that While'they have full power to "The fact that this large con- card-"John Stewal.t"andon actual amount to be expendedfor "The rural housing program," I

the public was gradually becoming e '-J, act at all times their primary cern would pay $4,000 for those the card It said "In cane of salaries of teacher I Is $79- Mr. McClrllan explained "was In- <

j little Jittery, particularly along the ; function la to act only In cases lots and construct a modern plant accident notify "John Stewart, 119. Thin leaves a balance of augurated by the USHA to pro- .

East:: and <.West coasts, of the contl- Ji "i of emergency. Mayor Walnwrlght here shows Us utmost confidenceIn Blountstown Fla. only $1,680 "left for substitute vide modern, sanitary home for
Sheriff Andreu wired the sheriff checks> and Interest loans
nent. .. announced Wednesday. They are the future of Starke" com on farm families of low Income Including -
.....,
w tit. but
Wednes
The naming of a trained newspaper accountable to Chief A. L. AIvaiez mented Mr Clute. "It shows that Blountatown ( against the teacher salary owner-operators tenants,

_man. ss head of th.,.enaor- MIKADO, MICH. This village, and will at all times co they think that Camp Bland Ing day received morning no word had been fund." sharecroppers, and rural wage

ship and the President's announce christened 55 years age la honor of operate with him In his work. Is here to stay and that the future from him. workers. Applicants" he stated '

ment that he would be permitted the emperor'al Japan' want to They will be of special value durIng of Starke Is assured." Defense Stamp Day "will be restricted to families

to create his own organization ..ndThfa change its name. It* 125 citizens fires blackouts, etc., and With reference to the financial Capt. Reade Praised who are at present occupying

are distressed. They now want to will be on the lookout for possible aspect of the transaction It !IH For USO BuildingThe Louis Shafkln on December 19 shacks and are In need of decent,

rename Mikado "Boosevelt." Above sabotage 'and fifth-column understood that It Involved finance addressed a letter to Governor safe and sanitary homes. The
photo show some of the abJ rr ists.At computed In six figures. new building which Spensard L. Holland In which he, new
fu was turned over by contractors suggested that he proclaim a within the farmer's ability to.
and Hawaii, was not so highly optimistic an early date Chief Green Mr. Jones has been In the bot.tllng I
Z an outlook viewed as a will call a meeting of those appointed business I n Starke since Watt It Sinclair to coniitrctlng "Defense Stamp Day," upon pay. The money allocated' foe"financing '

v whole. which Chief Alvarez will 1913, when he bottled "Mi-Cola." quartermaster Captain A. C. which each merchant In the Stateof the program will be I

Res., Military observers said the Taps attend and a plan of procedurewill In 1917 he bought out the Coca- Reade, December 15, was In turn Florida should purchase defense borrowed from the USHA by the

probably overestimated the fifth- be formulated the Mayor Cola plant here and has owned turned over Tuesday to the Fed stamps to the extent of 10 Authority at a low Interest rate,

column aid they would, get in he stated full control of the company since eral Works Agency Defense PUb- per cent of his gross receipts for to be amortized( out of, rental Income J

Philippines.; also the disaster that that time. In 1928 the companywas lic Works, Mayor N. D. Wainwright -, that particular day. I over a period of 80 year*.

their sudden attack would createIn Lake View ClubThe Incorporated Into a closed Jr., has announced. "The Immediately after seeing a copy, This Authority will be a legal entity I
"
Hawaii. building is practically completed" of this letter Postmaster Fred' unto Itself the State Coordinator

They believed they reckoned with- Luke View Club located on corporation. said Mayor Wainwright "with the Stump wall contacted for his, emphasized "and bonds I

t out the bounce-back of the navy the Kingsley Lake-Blanding road To show something of the exception of the finishing touches, opinion. Mr Stump thought the l Issued by It could never become I

from Hawaii and without the firmness will reopen on December 31 witha growth and progress of the business. and most of the equipment Is already Idea excellent and suggested some I an obligation, of the county gov- [
!In 1939 the bottled I
,and ferocity of the Filipino special New Year's Eve dance. company In the building" first Saturday In the month-- eminent
of Coca-Cola.
troops and the military ability of The club will be redecorated for 8,700 gallons "Dedication exercises nre being perhupH Saturday February 7. The Northwest Florida Regional I

General MacArthur. the occasion and will continue for In 1941 it bottled-up to the. clone held up pending the arrival of But after all. Governor Holland Housing Authority which |

Guam. it .Is true had fallen, but the year as one of the ,outstand of business December 20 -71,000 the remainder of the equipmentto Is the one to make the proclamation embraces counties west of the Su- I
1940 It had three
Midway and Wake had held out and ing clubs In this vicinity. The gallons In July be Installed," continued Mayor and set the day, wannee river, organized with 21 I
road. As construction -
the Jape had broken the force of new operators Intend to offer the trucks on Ihe, Walnwrlght. "Final completion I counties participating: and they j

their attack'on Luzon without getting best in night club entertainmentto work went on and tne troops and dedication should be sometime have already In hand 750OOO I
I. Byron Price, executive began to move Into Camp Blan- Fair Kent ComplaintsOnly t
anywhere. their patrons.On In January. The delay has with which they expect to begin
news editor Associated Press. truck after truck was added
ef ding 1
However, It was in Malaya chat Eve will been occasioned by conditions construction at once on 375 "ac.tt -
New Year's lUre
*ho has bee. named director ef until the company now operates two complaints have been "
about by the declarationof relJ farm home With 21 counties |
the chief Japanese onslaught was brought
censorship for. the United States. be dancing and plenty of noisemakers 20 trucks In addition to two registered with the Starke Fair
Reade stated. that would give
taking place with enormous numbers war. Captain participating, |
and souvenir given
away automobiles for Its salesmanagerand Rent Committee thus far, accordIng -
to op1rate it in his own way presumably of men from Indo China, moving free, music will be furnished by assistant salesmanager.As Mayor Wainwright thinks that to W, T. Clute, member of each county: an average of 18 J
; without Interference from through Thailand with complete well known band. A feature of much praise and gratitude Is due houses; and with 9750,000: that jj
!a. the committee. These were com
the army; and navy heads, thoughof cooperation.The: this club will be CO hostesses who to Mr, Jones' future plans Captain Reade for tne'flrre way In plaints"of colored people and the would give those 375, house an tj

course in co-operation with them, British bad been .frankly will dance and entertain the stag he expects to spend his time be- which he has cooperated with the average of $3.000'each, fl
committee ruled them "unjusti
met with general approval. afraid that If Singapore did not tall during the night. This tween his two funeral homes USO and City of Starke In constructing stated. N. D. The rental on these homes will (I
patron All the fled, It was Mayor
Starke.
Prior then it might very well become Gainesville and such a handsome<< and about $70 per year. ,,1
to this the war departmenthad will be the first time In the history Walnwrlght, Jr.. ta the chairmanof average only
useless. naval base, and they employes of the Starke Coc..ColaCompany building. Of his own The rent I* 'M
sent out orders to newspaperson *as a of Starke that a night club adequate the committee, and Mr*. L. M. It was announced.
what' they'could and could not pointed out that If the ship could with these many will retain their positions iree will and accord with the furnished not expected to be more than onesixth H
be
will
opened Wimberly I I. the secretary
Print, one of these apparently restricting not enter and leave the harbor, and The Lake View Club with the Florida Coca-Cola consent of the Government he A. of the salary of the farmII

the publication of telegrams that if plane could not tab off and features. under the managership Bottling Cojapany. It' was announced. -! changed the plans from a frameto by the W. P. era. Several of the cltlaen: at U

of casualties because they land from tine fields- then.l lnj pore will open concrete block construction The committee met Monday- the meeting wished to have a iH

contained the name of the place might fade from the pi"' of Joseph club'In Newbauer the State who<(*tae Florida operated ,;;R. H. Dittmar ,la .temporarily In and otherwise helped to make It ternoon at 5 o'clock <,,anduw*.' County.' Instead of a Regional ,,11Mousing

where they occurred. 'A major British defeat to Malaya 'and charge of the local branch, but a more convenient and handsome through their routl(.j Ti i buslnes fAwUMrlty. but Mr. Meill

Newspaper editors hoped that under was therefore regarded la the best for the last ha seven been y..rl'a residentof It 1* understoodthat around the building: the Mayor stated. and dbiciused defense bOUilalr.I Clellan brought out the fact that 11

Censor Price restriction would quarters a*' a distinct possibility, the past year first of Ihe'.year V. W. Howard only three such authorities had [I

be clearer and more distinct and and the picture of what would bap-' Starke. will take over the managementof CHRISTMAS DAY ever been granted, and none had ,,11

would permit newspapers more pen nest was not pretty for the defense the local plan been granted within three years. ; J|

freedom of judgment of the Philippines Toll ConnectionsJ. AT YMCACome that they were failures. "One H

NAVY The other dark spot was Hong Returns county could not afford the administration II
: kong, the siege of which was being H. Harden will spend the Omens one and come all expense" he stated. II

Keeps SecretsThe undertaken by the heaviest possible holidays !in Graham, N. C.. with E. W. Owen who opened the We've a tree sooo tall! Some of .the houses that will H
forces This too. It was relative and friend. Mr. Harden here and dancing. The 132nd: F A. Band be Bradford M
navy: was keeping secret the Japanese Edenfleld Jewelry and was From. 4 to.TVMunle eventually built in
work It was doing In the Pacific but conceded, might fall not with so I II with the Western ElectricCo. I. for several months but was later '*"** will have you prancing! 'County may be defense houses; {
lust much military advantage to Japanese .. Inc., and Is In Starkein- Is feast And accordlan accompaniment houses. m
a hint bad been dropped by transferred to Winter Haven From 7 to 8--We'll have a light others "Blum-clearance"

Admiral Thomas C. Hart commander plan stalling toll communication for: In the local store again at least by young Jeannette Priest. or low-cost non-farm home: ,[

of the Asiatic Beet, which The plan therefore for a unified the American Telephone and Telegraph during the Christmas holidays' From 8 to 9-There'll be a fine show. By Mr. Ed Souther while the others will be low-cost i|

tended to show the mightbe command, and the suggestion that Company. ls now from kind of home
that ships L. E. Moon who was here all know portraying old Bcooge, farm homes. The
whom we
drawing close to an attack on General MacArthur' be placed in According to Mr. Harden In the Winter Haven store. Dlcken' Christmas Card In all ,Its that will be built will depend
Japan. I charge, was' considered of vital im- Stark I* already connected with wife and the famous story- the Government Agency IH
and his
upon
The bulletin simply had said that portance. Study of maps showed the large eastern cities, and communication Mr. Owen glory. the funds forUt-
he victory !in Malaya and from daughter Miss Barbara Jacque. Santa Claus will\ be here to say "Merry that appropriates
had learned" of three attacks that a Jap : can be had direct And a real live iFji
made by American submarines, and at Hongkong would make reinforcement Starke to New York without any lyn will spent Christmas at Am- Christmas" to all. and to make you feel gay! the homes.

that two of them "had been successful. to Manila a severe problem ;rnter edlary. trose Ga.
." to the United States indeed

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DEC 2619 41PAGIC

T1Y0 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPhI: ST.\RKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY DRCE1tgJ Jt


duly delei iinnwU tnal wildpetition log IN a true and correct copy and cenlber 22.
opens that package with a new, warm bath. HIGHLAND imvnis l I. slgnrd' clew. recital. of the acts, resolutions. andproceedings IN WITNEIc\S 1711
The Bradford qualified of said Board relativeto .
County Telegraph hereunto WlIERFOP
By BUM Beth vvfcnberlr 'ft per cent ol the set. ny ; I
robe Inside.' tore who are freeholder residing approving petition, determining tidal seal. of hand a d'Ib'
maturities
4 4Li and of bonds, aid
bald fcpeilal Tax School District amount I'ubllo The
.te.tabUabed Ian It is always hard to put your finger on Mr. and Mrs T. T. Blackburn, in No. 3. and having! duly considered railing : J'tIrvl and' appointing':r : official County Inelructlon"'lorlla, uf Boa gnu

: a feeling or an inner spirit. It's difficultto of Lawtey, were visiting here Fri.: aid petition and and the finding matter tliat ap- *,duly B.Pr'd..eap 1I adopted election by ofrDecember. Florida at Stark tla" lint, b

noMBMBBR. day afternoon. aaldl petition I I..* sufficient and In aid The bl Instruction (Official' 8..nl %
)
II : find words which describe it adequately. of Jacksonville .i all respect In full compliance with of Bradford County Florida Superintendent 1':. 1I111)nl.
j+ I NAT1QPiALdbfIOR1IIASSOaATL Jimmy Solomon I laws and further. finding that the at a regular" meeting duly adJourned tlon 01 of PUblic h..
Perhaps that's why, for hundreds of years, ,, was a visitor here Wednes assessed value of the taxable prop. to and held on the ztnd and nradf"r..... ""unt",
19.41 arty of such district according to day of December. 141, a.* the same. The Board offirla lIocr...
have
we personified the Christmas spirit for State and. appears In the Minutes of said TheBoard tlon/
L ... Matthew _' Editor. and Owua day.Mra. the last assessment or Bradford cnumynn.
.. with the jolly character of Santa Claus. Nelson T. Green and children .-J County further purposes finding la that 81,890,001.00 the existingfndebte'dnes. and Bradford of Poiinty Public, Florida Instruction, nf De-of (CORPOnATP Ida. I2ZI.51

su ,1 w i ij of Lawtey were visiting of maid district 1. 8F.A1.,
BUBSCBIPTION KATB Believing in Santa Claus really comes down
sk relative here Saturday. I H.Id0.ua. and that the amount of I

l f N' Yearly 11.15} SU Montis. $1.OGRabllahed to believing that it's fun to give-that thereis J. R. .Smith of Baldwl was''..: bond within *the o proposed limitation to be provided Issued by 1* BOREE FUNERAL HOME"FULL

'l ii.xla a Christmas spirit which makes Christ- the constitution: and law of Florida I I
$ visitor here
1 n Weekly oei Fridays t nod : eMd Monday. I and that the issuance. of bonds LINE UNDERTAKERS'

rl 'r n w, Class MUOtar a" ... Pos OtOef 11& 8swhFU.. mas the most pleasurable season of the Miss Janle Marr of Jacksonville a* prayed In .said petition I* necesary SUPPLIES

_, dr visited her mother, Mrs. PROMPT AND COURTEOUS
/ 1u' year. BK IT RESOLVED by this The SERVICE
Ruth Marr Sunday. Board of Public 1 Instruction of Bradford
Mes&tre Florida that It I Is Phone 134 Starke
17o the Ancient Miss Winifred WlmberlyMics! : and County.for the bent Interest expedient of ,

IAJS Lost Its Meaning Entirely Christmas Still Good News Beth Wimberly, Harry -C. Wim- aid Special Tax. School DistrictNo.
I of Bradford County, Florida,
1i "Peace on earth, good will toward men" In a War-Torn WorldIt's berly.. Carson M. Griffin and T. that this\ Board on behalf of aald
T. Blackburn attended the funeral district do issue and sell bond In
;
I At first thought, the age-old message Christmas again I That is front-page of Harold Hlg-glnbotham last the amount. of 135,00000 for the .
stated In said petition
a.
purpose
V A' might this year sound like a hollow mock- news even in this year, 1941. It is more Sunday. above referred to, and.

Ill Illy ery, when there Is peace in so few parts of important than all the other news from a less, BE said.IT bond FURTHER shall: be RESOLVEDthat In the denomination II} 11 ,

the world and when men and nations are world deep in hatred and strife. Also A: strip. of land 20 feet. Kant bear dale of of January 11400.00 and....t, Khali U42. .c4 !.

scheming to bring about one another's down- The glad tidings of the coming of the and West by 3U,8 feet North with Interest thereon payable annually / Vee
y hlr' and South In the Southwest corner at the rate of 3V4\.! per cent, jJ1j !! .
One who became flesh and dwelt us of NW 1-4 of NW 1-' fHW per annum, with coupons. evidencing :
among
/ 1.4 of Section 20. TownshipB ) annual Intercut and such bund

+ 1 1 1W fall.But as we analyze these beautiful words,, to be the Saviour' of men still colors the You./Mouth: and Itange eatn of 22,you.East are, hereby to IOWH become.: due and payable a. fol-

see that they still express the one thjnking and the living of a world even commanded to be and appear in the $140000 principal (that I'.a.g': We sincerely hope your Christmas will'
we can circuit Court In and for Bradford Hay, one of the bonds/ ) In be

thing we are hoping for more than any- though it has gone far from Him. Thereis County the Clerk, of d"h at Court the r Ii.t: \ ;of Inclusive of the ,year on January 1944 to lat 1968 In both each filled to overflowing with happiness and good

Ah thing else in the world. We want peace on hope therefore, that we may reach the I'lly Florida of on Starke or.,before llradford the eounlY'1 of annual said interest year, both payable principal at Florida and. cheer and may the New Year be one of Health

earth and we want men of all nations to heart of even the most callous and indifferent of January A, D, l4l\ to show Bank at Starke Starke and Prosperity ,
.
what right title Intereiit or lien Florida
live together in a spirit of good will. The soul at Christmas with the word a Sav- you or any of you. have In and to I BB IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat
.
any of' said above described. parcel an election. be and the nameI
bombings the mass killings the arffering iour has been born. We may also hope and of land and to show cause why I hereby called to be held at the
the same should not be taken for I(I Bradford County Court House
and the destruction which make the news pray that the leaders of this; world may the USB. and purpose set. forth In Starke Florida on the 27th day of
said Petition to-wlt as right of January A. L>.. 1942 to determine I i
of the day merely strengthen our desire for realize that He is the, Prince of Peace who way drainage ditches and burrow whether Raid onrts shall be issued I.
pita for a. section. or portion of na herein described. and that at
the time when we will all live together shall one day come to reign and thus bring state toad, No. 121 designated a. such election: the' question to> beHubmltted
Project SB02 a* located, .surveyed shall be "For Bond and
I ''II peacefully.; peace to the entire earth. and shown an said map or plat "Against. Bonds," and.
herelnabove referred to, or default BK IT FURTHER RESOLVED
: One of the strangest things about our Above all, let us be certain at this Christ- may be entered against you |i that there be and are hereby appointed -
WITNESS my hand as Clerk of and deiilgnated. the follow.
mastime
ft search for peace is the fact that the pathto that we and our families do not the Circuit Court In and for Bradford Ing. a* Inpector of such election

14. 1 1i it is often a warpath. To "fight for miss the true meaning of the holiday. May of said County Court Florida this the and. 23rd the seal day to-wlti Don I. Hoover. L. Do Oreen andJ.

i + { the tender baby hand from the cradle at of December, A. D. 1941, at Starke L. Peek and Albert W. Ander- A. 0. ANDREU.) SheriffIt's
} peace" has always seemed a contradiction, In Bradford County, Florida I I Non Hr. a* Clerk of much election
Bethlehem reach out and touch (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas all of whom are hereby determinedto
but in all the years in which mankind has our hearts, Clerk of Circuit Court In and for he duly I qualified. thereforBT5 .
il/ t bringing us with God know the Bradford County, Florida. :: IT FURTHER: RESOLVEDthat
/ IAt peace as we
longed for peace there, have been men and T. Frank Landrunt. the Secretary of said Board
of God. The Christmas is Attorney for Petitioners. be and I* herebydirected to cause
t nations which stood in the way. And it has peace story STATE OF FLORIDA the fwregolng" resolution. and. the
ak found in Luke 2. Look it on Christmas COUNTY OF BRADFORD Notice of Special Election hereinafter
always seemed necessary to defeat those up I, A. J. Thomas. Clerk. of the net to be published I In
t couldbe day and read the first twenty verses of Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial the ot'c un Telegraph, a
enemies before any permanent peace Circuit In and for Bradford i duly qualified newspaper pub-
this beautiful chapter; or better yet, permitone County Florida, do hereby ....rtlfy'I'| Untied at Stark In Bradford County MER HR
V'lf'T,1'' e established. that. the above and foregoing la a i Florida., and that such publication a SrMAs
u of the children to read it to the assembled true and correct copy of the Notices!' be for a period of four consecutive .
IN Hence one of the chief aims of every war :In Eminent Domain Proceedings week beginning on the
} toq family. Then let all join in a Issued on the 23rd: day of Decentber -1 26th day of V..emb.r.94\. and
has been to bring about a more durable A. D. 1041 in the case. of said Notice of Election being" :
prayer of thankfulness to God for His unspeakable Bradford County, a Political Subdivision Notice I.I hereby given that a
peace. No solution other than fighting for of the State of Special Election. I I. hereby railed
gift. and W. M. Edwards, (" 'Iorlda'i and will be held. at the Bradford.
peace has ever been worked out. C. Chastaln J. L. Wynn !I County Court House, Starke Flori .
Harrell and P. D. Reddish as mem-i I Iof i Ida. within said Special Tax School
But during the Christmas season we realize berg; comprising" the entire Board District No 3 of Bradford. County
Can You Keep a Secret? Count) Commissioners. of Brad-1 I Florida, on the 27th day of January
other time that a ford County, a political I subdivisionof A.D., and.
1'4 1 more' than at any : 1912 during" the
You Must In Time,. of War the State of Florida. Petltlonersl hour. prescribed. by law for holding .
world at peace means a world which is liv- vs, Charles DlnklnH, Et Al. general. election. ., at which
Of all the unfavorable national characteristics Pendants, Common Law Case D.'j election the qualified elector who
rt ing according to the teachings of Christ. 1892. as the same appear on are freeholder! renldlng In said.
x t of the average man in the United In this office.WITNESS district Khali t>y their vote determine -
We celebrate the birthday of Christ allover : my hand and official whether The Board of Public Christmas, and with its
,' 1F States, his inability to keep his mouth shut seal at Htarke, Bradford County Instruction of Bradford' County,
!* the world because most people ralize that is Florida, thin 23rd day of Dec.m.b..r. Florida, on behalf of said Special. coming we welcome the fine
probably the most notorious. In fact, a A, D. 1941 Tax School Dlntrlct No. 3 shall Issue .-
the world because most people realize that (OFFICIAL SEAL* A. J, Thomas. bonds In the Rum of 135,00000 spirit of friendliness that goes
great many of the misunderstandings that As Clerk Circuit Court Bradford In accordance with the foregoing'

in peace, on earth, good will toward men. have arisen between citizens of this countryand County Florida-- 122961133.RKOOM'TIOV !. in.resolution.and a* described there with it, and are desirous of

In celebrating his birthday this year, let those of other lands can be traced di. FOil BOM' IS.VR'( O C. 'Kelly moved the adoption "'.'- sending this} Greeting to all
1)) all nations will OF opKCItL TAX SCHOOL !>!"> of Raid resolution. which wan seconded .
us hope that the people in rectly to imprudent talk. flllCT NO. S OF BRADFORD. by J. 8, Norman and. said those we serve and those
than before of The ,(OC1STY.1. ...I.ORIIANIJ NOTitle -i fenolutlon. wan put to a vote and .
become more aware ever There are cases during the past : 01. BI.BtTIO'V. I( unanimously adopted with all memo whom v
year hope to
1 wl\dthe At an adjbuined session. of hers of said Hoard and we serve.
I following the plan of life \ a r..g"ular present :
'need for .. when"men holding important national defense meeting of the Board of Pub-' voting "Aye' nnd none 'Nay""
< He Instruction. of Bradford County I Corporate Seal S. E. SPARKS
revealed almost 2,000 years ago.There'll I posts have talked in public places Florida, duly i railed and. held .; I'Chairman, of the Board of Public ,
December 2i 1941. and at. which Instruction of Bradford County
about things that would be valuable to our meeting there was present S. E. Florida '

ilrh Always Be a Santa Claus- enemies. Too often secrets were told merelyto and Sparks f>., C.(Chairman Kelly member J. H., and Norman W. Superintendent: W, of E. MIDDLETON.Public Instruc 1MATHEW'

He's the Spirit of GivingIf make an Impression-to convince listeners I E!, Mlddleton of Public. County Instruction Superintendent and ex-. tlon and of Bradford ex-offlclo County Secretary. FlorIda of '
MODEL DAIRY
officio Secretary of said
Uoard. the .aid Board.
you think there is any doubt about that the speaker had "inside Informa- following mnohg other proceed STATE OF FLORIDA
ings, were had to-wit
I
look at the tion. J. N, Norman presented the following COUNTY OF BRADFORD Grade "A"
there being a Santa Claus, expression resolution. to-wit I. W. E. Mlddleton. a* Superintendent -

on the faces of the people who are Now the United States,is at war. Secrets Hoard WHEREAS of Public, at a meeting: of the ex-offlclo. of Secretary Public. Instruction of The Board and PasteurizedRawCreamButtermilkTWAST
Instruction of.
walking down the streets with their arms blurted out to impress listeners may cost Bradford County, Florida duly held I) of County Public Florida Instruction. DO HEREBY of Bradford.
CER
on December 22nd 1941, there j
the lives of men in the service. waspresented TIFY that the above
h. full of mysterious packages.If Even veiled a petition signed by and forego
hints the more than 23 per cent of the quail.
may put enemies of the United
fled
doubtful into of electors who are freeholders
still some
go
u you are residing within the territory
States on the trail of vital information.The
the stores where gifts are being sold, watch known and designated. a. Special
safest method is Tax School District No. S of Brad
how some of the most tired clerks brightenup just keep quiet. ford County, Florida petitioning
This applies to this Board to call an election to
civilians
ordinary
when they help choose a gift and as wellas determine whether said. School District .
you those in important official shall "Issue bonds In the sum. '
positions
note how they seem to enjoy working in a experience of 135.000.00 for the purpose of remodeling
from the last war has shown that and otherwise Improving
place which is filled with people looking for the existing school building there.
harm can come from loose talk one's of In Stark. Florida and for the
gifts which will make'' others happy. further purpose of building an .d.
neighbors. Anyone with an accent was accused ditional school building! on the ex
Santa Claus not speed through the toting school grounds at Starke
may
of being a spy. Florida, and. building sidewalks
but the and. otherwise Improving such
reindeer
air drawn by eight tiny
This does not mean that anyone who has school grounds, all within said

spirit which he represents-the spirit of good reason to suspect the loyalty of one Special.for Tax the School publlo District free schools.No. Sand Use All the Sugar You Like. But Don't Waste It

giving-pervades the air around Christmastime thereof known as Bradford County
who poses as a loyal citizen should just for- High School (but being a primary
4M r and gives us our annual lesson about grammar and. high school), and for
get about the matter. But instead of talk the purpose of obtaining. and using
there being more pleasure in giving than in In such work and for such public If that third spoonful of remain
ing, and thus warning the suspect, the mat- free school. purposes. a grant of sugar

receiving.The er should be taken up directly with the FBIor thereabout S7S,801. .00 (.or) *some toward other large the sum cost in the bottom of the cup use only

feeling"which abounds around thereof from the Public Work. Administration
joyful other
proper authority. Then if suspicion (or any other department tvo the next time.If
Christmas time comes from the excitementof is of the United State. Oovernment .
warranted the offender
can be taken having Jurisdiction
how Dad in spite of get- now or hereafter) aa ...d :1',0:1monl. ;
thinking, even care of and if the .
lH lHf suspicion proves unfounded ... necessary towards completion r
the end of the month is of said work and this the waste of be eliminated for
ting the bill at no harm will have been done by ; Board sugar there will be plenty

going to look happier than usual when he gossip. all our want and need



IN THH tlHClir COIHT OF TUBS Petition being;, filed In the above! of the SE
KIUHTII JIIMCIAL CIHCflT.HAIirOlIU entitled cause on the 23rd day of' thence North corner M Degrees thereof II'and West run WARM GREETINGS The Government has wisely taken step to insure sugar at

('OVNT FLORIDA.BRADFORD County Iteoamber., A. l:. I r'Subdivision:.fO 75112 feet: thence. North 60 d.. ,
a..r"'lorlda. of gree* 4.' .4 end reasonable price to the In this there will be no
; COUNTY a political the State et al, against. of ditch said. strip of land GLAD THOUGHTS consumer. war d
subdivision of the State of FlorIda you and each .* you, seeking to con
taming 0 4J
eonbemo for ; acre more or lase; repetition 01 "two pound a week at 30
.
and W. M. Edwards. Chairman. publl.. road and highway ALSO; cent a pound"
parnoMa tb aid parrels of AND HEARTY WISHES
41pr'k T. C. Chastaln. J. U Wynn land, situate, lying and being In That portion of NE I., of NW
t H O. Harrell! and P. D. Reddish Ilrmdford County. Florida, and more 1.4 of SW 1.4 of Section 15,
a* members comprising, the entire particularly des.,rlb.4l a. follow.; Township S South H..... 21: FOR A hand
Supplies those arrive
Hoard of County Commissioners PARCEL NO. I-M. R. D. NO. 34 East lying within 15 feet of on plus which may be expected to

I of subdivision.Bradford I of County the. Htatee apolitical That ._tl.. .( Lot 1 of half- ditch terlln centerllne.paeslng. over said and ditch acroia cen. safely in the) country will care'' for all our need during Ihenea.r.tenn

( Florida, Petitioner llioek.In.. to Plat of Law. E\of NW J-* 8W 1.4 and a
y.. Icy recorded. In the. public records ,?vr\In\ :.f 1.8 of NW 1-4 of future. Should the war: continue, it la reasonable to
I Chari.....Plnklr.. Et At, of Bradford (...ty. Florida l said Section IB a* follow -
Defendant lying whale lee fet. of the ...urv. I *' Begin on the South boundary expect that limitation and restriction home production
NOTICE IN EMINENT DOMAIN ." MHO of Mala load 121. ProJ. of said KV, of NWV of SWfc\ at on
r PKOCBEDINUS act lie*. Said servey line being a point. IS feet Wet of the 8E will be removed and thus facilities
provision of
IN TUB NAME OF THE STATE Identical with the North bound. coiner thereof and run thence permit ,
UK FLORIDATO ary of NWH .t NKVi of Hectlon 2., North 0 degree 49' Wot 11193, C+IRISTY"r"
to meet need
Township feet: thence North SO our
,AI.L WHOM 'IT MAT CON. C Sontn. Range 11 degree It'W..t Q
S7S17 feet
asc. ; thence North

4e'i :CEHNtsliTD to ;Charles 'Dlnkln and. An. PARCEL NO. I-& n. D. NO. 82 nonce 20 degree North oa'da degrees West IDS 44 West feet;

iI i- al. Dlnklns hi. wife who.. place That portion, of NW 1-4 of NE SOI feet to end of ditch. The
of residence I* Lawtey Florida; 1-4 of HW 1-4 of Section IS, strip of land herein described It

I Willie tltrony la Luwtey. who.Florida place. :of LoulM residence lying ownship within t Soatb.|. feet Itange of ditch 21 East cen. containing PARCEL 0,S* sere, more or les*. Use All the Sugar You Like But Don't Waste
terkin drsrrtbvd NO 4-8. R. D. NO .0
Stanley, widow, whose place of as beginning
residence Is III: Patterson. Street on he We.t boundary of said AND NO. 115
Tampa. Florida; Mildred L. Paul NW 1.4 of NK 1-4 of 8W 1-4 at That portion of NW 1.4 of NW
and her husband A. T Paul who. point ST.T* feet North of the 1.4 of SW I.' of
place of renldance, I. Stark. Florida HW corner thereof, and run Section IS.
M. J. Dlnkln.. Alfred Dlnkln hence South la degrees 61' East Township S South Flange 21 ..
and Willie Ulnklna. whose place 4IS.71 feet; thence North (4 de.gre. East lying. within IS feet of II.
r.i'll a+. of Hldence respectively are un .. '!I' East 14! .4 feet to the ditch centerline, said ditch cen A .
East boundary of terllne passing over and. Ana eeI.
ks>o wn; said NW 1.4 across
IV And to all having of NK 1of 8W 1.t a point ES of NW I.' of SW 1-4 and a -HAPPYnEW .... 5.1ate
persons or nO.I' feet portion of NW I.' of NW / to
claiming title. Intereiitestate North of the SK corner I.' of
any right HW I.' of said. Section
thereof. containing e IS 15 as fol. YEAR
mortgage or other lien to ,
acre*, more or less lows: Begin on the South bound.
or on those certain parcel of land
ettZ e PARCEL NO. 1-1I. cry of said Ella of NW I.' of
In Bradford County Florida, whichare n..D. NO. 13 .
MW I.' at
Included In that part of State .. AND NO. at a point IS feet We.t ONITEI '
FRANK'SFINE STATES
of the 8E SIIAI C'.p.I.ArIIN I
corner t
thereof and
Road No. 121 designated. That ,
W7J a Project portion or NR!: I.' of NW'wnc.fhlW' run thence North 0
degree 49'weNt
I I'Y iS4 .," as located surveyed ..ndplalt..d 1.4 o< Section 2S.: .
111 II feet thence CLEWISTON IK
I by the State Road Department : south Range 2J: SO degree 17' West; B7S 11 North. FOOD TIE HEART OF TIE nUCLIDES4
of the Htate of Florida, and East. lying within It f_t of thence North 10 degree OS' feet;
sown by right of way map there* ditch .,enterll... described. West SOS 103
of file a* beginning feet, thence Nortn SO degree. '''' W. Call St. Starke, Fla.
on In the office of tfit on the East boundary of Weal Sn'.1 feet
to end
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and aid NE of ditch.
-4 of NW .4 of MW The strip of land herein described .
fur Bradford County Florida old 1-4 at a point il.lt fret North containing 0.11 acre, more or

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,.. DECEMBER M. 1941 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE FLORIDA rAQR THREH

U A. Shepherd, Mrs. J. Hembell of :Mrs.. W. H. MurphVee in LAWTEY wards, Mrs: I. B. Cody Mrs A. for a business session. Everybody -
IF1rida: State Farm News r r8Y and Mrs. B. Hershfleld. Each Gainesville Thursday of last By BIN Plummrr H. Harley, Mrs Jim Moore Mrs. Is requested to be presentand
was presented a gift. week. Andrews Mrs. Damon Mrs help to plan for our New
Catherine Tear Mrs. Effle Min
CHRISTMAS PARTY ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North and Year's party at the club house, to
Bonvler BOY SCOUTS MASONIC LODGE will to Talllsee Mrs. A A. Annis entertained er.
E. B. I Buddy Davis go watch the New Year in and the
The Boy Scouts, accompaniedby Ralford Lodge No. 82 held an Ala., for the holidays. En route the Ladies' Aid of the Methodist Mrs R. R. Thede and Mrs. A.
CHRISTMAS TREE Scoutmaster Bryan Whitfield, 'election of officers for the ensuing will stop over at Decatur, church Wednesday afternoon Dec. A. Annls were shopping In Jack Old Year out.
L cornn"111" Club had a enjoyed a long hike Saturday, year last Tuesday. They they 17, from 4 to 6 o'clock with a sonville last Thursday.: Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Annie win
e party Friday af.eon. ending with a weiner roast Saturday were as follows: Bryan Whitfield, Garland Godwin arrived Satur Christmas party. The living room There will be no Civic Club spend Christmas In Tampa, wheN
Christmas Godwin and night.BRIDGE Worshipful Master; E. F. Redding decorated with meeting this week because of the they will attend a reunion at the
with
Mrs. J. B. day to spend the holidays was beautifully
1 Chapman were host- Sr. Warden; Carl Nettles, his parents.Wednesday. Christmas colon of green and Christmas rush The next meeting homo of Mrs. Annls' sister Mrs.J. ..
L. F "Silent LUNCHEONA Jr. Warden; M. E. Grimes, Sec. the will be held on December SO, J. Smith.
singing red. Everybody enjoyed
After the Commu
night
r... RvI* A Shepherd delicious luncheon was servedat Treas. Appointive officers were will games and singing of Christmas
the School give apro&ratn
t I. ladies of W. K. Jenkins Chaplain; J. H. pity Sunday
noon Wednesday by
E assuring talk on our re- and carols. Mrs. J. H. Redgrave won
n,an '. the club followed by the receiving Moncrief, Sr. Deacon; L. F. Chapman of songs readings of the by first prize for the beat stunt. Mrs
Ibllit) of gifts from a beautiful tree. Jr. Deacon; B. Hershfield the younger members Annls gave a reading entitled,
beautiful little be followed
will bya
a school, which
Itlt from The scene of the :Manger was Sr. Steward; Arch Dobbs Jr. "If Christ Had Come Today."
distributed to all
were then depIcted on the hug mantel of Steward; W. A. Browning, Tyler; visit from Santa Claus. Miss Catherine Young sang
members 1Iy Santa Claua The the club room. Other decorations C. W. Walnwrlght, Marshall. Installation Mrs. Duke Young who has been Christmas carols and everybody
room was decorated and with were polnsettias and holly in of officers will be held very ill with pneumonia is slowly received a gift from the Christmas C SIMASIEH
tttlas, red berries coffee holly their gay red and green. Mrs. M. December 27. improving. tree.
landwtcbea'and Lt. Ralph Cox. Mrs. Cox and
jouj E. Grimes'scored high and re- ,
the hostesses.Wd Friends and relatives were After gifts were received, the
nerved by baby, Sylvia, of Camp Livingston
ceived Thrift Stamps. Mrs A.
Mrs.: Ants, Mrs. Alvin
hostess,
greatly rejoiced in the last few
home to
La., are expected
will M. Richards won the bingo prize.
Mrs. J. C. Wallace days to hear of the safety of Lewis and Mrs. Redgrave served
on a ten-day furlough.Ellis
[ ..with'relatives In Special guests that afternoonwere morrow delicious fruit salad with angel
Christmas LJeuts. Sheffield, Chapman and Fancher, ,of Cleveland, a GS:
PauTMcLendon Mrs.
Mrs.- ,
.. food cake and coffee. Favors ol
Orlner, Jack Bradly; Mrs. Sheffield Ohio, is" "spending the holidays
and Mrs. Chapman, all in with Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher.THERESSA Christmas baskets filled with
W. T. CLU --REALTOR the war cone. candy were given each guest.
; Besides the hostess, those enjoying
j F. H. Ai: LOANS L R. Bristol, serving on the
this lovely event were;
new parole board, has established
We want the listing ,on,, your propertyWe residence here. Mrs. Bristol who By Sirs. II. D. May Mrs. Herbert Haitard Mrs. Joe

have some wonderful properties for sale teaches Social Service in F. S. W., Mr. and Mrs. L. G. SIbley, of .Harrell. Sr., Mrs. O. J. Anders, AMONG THE GOOD THINGS
about Real Estate Needs :C., in Tallahassee is spendingthe Putnam Hall, spent last Thursday Mrs. G. W. Roberts Mrs. Volll
See us your Futch, Mrs. BESTOWED BY THE PASSING
holidays here with Mr. Bris night' here with their son, E. S. ,Reddish :Mrs. Lonnle
[l9 E. CALL STREET PHONE 66o'n'd' I tol. Together they will spend. SIbley. Hermie Kelley Mrs. Catherine YEAR. OUR MOST VALUED

Christmas day with relatives in Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hall and Young, Mrs. Hal Edwards Mrs. FRIENDSHIP AND
ONE IS THE
Mary Bennett, Mrs. Earl Ed.
I Gainesville and later go to children, of Starke were visitingat
West Palm Beach for a few days. the home of Mr. and :Mrs. SHEAFFKR'S 8KIUP INK GOOD WILL OF THOSE WE

Mr, and Mrs. G. C. Richardsonand Clyde Hall last Tuesday. Pt*. 91. (its. $1.75 BRADFORD SERVE.
children, Octavia and Fred- Felix Sullivan, of Tampa, spent COUNTY TELEGRAPHN.SjsaaACin9: !: rj
rich; of Crescent City, will be the week-end here with his parents .
guests of the Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan. IT IS A PRIVILEGE. AT THIS

Shepherd during the holidays. Mrs. L. A. Hall and daughter HAPPY. SEASON. TO EXPRESS

Robert Chapman has been vIsit. Mrs. L. G. Johns, were shopping. OUR APPRECIATION AND TO
Ing in Tampa and Orlando for the In Starke Monday.
past few days. Mr. and Mrs.: L Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mllllken WISH YOU ALL THE JOYS OF

F. Chapman motored to the latter and children, of Ocala, spent theweekend THE YULETIDE SEASON
place Monday to accompany him here with Mr. and Mrs.

home. A. L. Sullivan.
..
Mrs. W. T. Moncrief, of Greenwood Mrs. E. 8. Sibley and daughter, oftDEFENSE
is visiting her sons. H. M Ruth left Sunday for Miami
and J. H. MoncrIef, for the holiday where they will spend the holidays -
period. with relatives. -
Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Whitaker
Mrs. Dan Loper Mrs. W. C.
and children, Rosemary, Joanne
Loper. Mrs. A. H. Kelsay, and Your Auto needs Protec-
and Buddy, were visiting at the
Mrs. Rosa Constantine were shopping -
Farm :Monday In Starke last Monday.Mr. tion. Investigate Compre
Mrs. Robert Kite spent theweekend
with Mr. and Mrs. Dollar and Mrs. W. A. King and hensive end Collision Insurance -

near Cairo, Ga. Mrs. Calvin Hall were shopping before It's too
Joe Allen Lander left this in Starke Saturday afternoon.
morning to spend the holiday Mrs.: Freddie Dodd and Margie l late.
with his grandmother, Mrs. Sadie Hall were shopping in Gainesville

Bans, at Avon Park. Saturday afternoon.We E. Johns
Mr. and :Mrs. Fisher have all enjoyed a Christmas Charley TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

moved recently to the Farm. Mr. program Sunday night at the Agency ,
Fisher Ia assistant night warden, Christian Church given by the Starke, Florida
while Mrs. Fisher teaches schoolat Young Peoples' Union. 119 East Call Street STARKE, FLORIDA

Brooker. IS
eHRIS9rMA8RREEcrIN Mrs. J. Li. Robinson and Mrs, GUM BRANCHBy Telephone
Henrietta Parker spent Monday' Mrs. Edd PantubMr.
In Lake City. Rpr....\...THK TRAVELERS.Hartford
Mrs. Robert Kite was the gueslMAY and Mrs. Carlton Chastaln, ..
_* .. __.__ vl.lllnv, MrOX .
S ; naxDpwn, were vviviitug jni
and :Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday after
,
noon.
Rev. and Mrs Herman Moody, .

r n, 'C'E r of LaCrosse, were' dinner' guestsat :
recently.the home of Mrs. H. H. Keene e ,

Mr. and Mrs. John demons of
Hellhronn, were dinner guests of ,
LJWISHFS Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stewart. ,
> ....-... Mrs. Susie Moore Is'spendingthe '
I
,, ., with her daughter atTallahassee.
ctv holidays
I ..
; .:.. ,1
t .. r'
for your Happiness, ..- Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and I,
1 fv
.\ j .family, Mrs. H. H. Keene and
Jn' the New Year ... c.. .Mrs. W. C. Norman were visiting
..., J 1: '''' ,,, : at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R.
:"t r'. -- N. Crawford Friday night. Mr. !
.
'" ... Crawford Is very Ill. COMPLIMENTSr
Your patronage through the years past is evidence of .Gtf :.J Mrs. T. N. Norma nand son,, :
Gerald were dinner guests of Mr.
the confidence you Lave in our organization, and we / l and Mrs. B. M. McRae of Pine
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r- -- -

trust it may continue in the same amicable way for many THE JOYS OF Lee Mr.rel. and :Mrs. J. S. Sapp and

\ THE CHRISTMAS family, Mrs. H. H. Keene and :
years to come. SEASON Mrs. W. E. Norman attended J1e seado. # r x ti'
church at the home of Mr. and
REMAIN Mrs. Eullle Farmenter Saturday )
WITH YOU"THROUGHdUT"\ night. ,
Mrs.: B. B. McRae and sons,
Mrs. Wesley McRae and sons, >
x THECOMING i t" and Mrs. Pat Kelley and daughterwere AND HAPPINESS BE WITH YOU
DARBY'SCHARLES MAY EVERY JOY
A. M. YEAR"SISTRUNK visiting at the home of J. \
A. Hamage Sunday afternoon.J. C THIS CHRISTMAS AND EACH DAY OF THE COMING

A. and JOHN DARBY C. Sapp and son, Bobby, of YEAR. MAY IT BE GENEROUS IN ITS BENEFITS TO
FEED Sampson City, were visiting relatives
here Sunday afternoon. YOU, IS OUR SINCERE WISH. ..
STORE
and SEED Mr. and Mrs. F. 8. Sapp madea :
business trip to Lake City Saturday SERVING YOU IN THC PAST YEAR HAS BEEN A

I I afternoon. PLEASURE WE HOPE TO CONTINUE FOR MANY YEARSTO

COME. IT HA ALWAYS BEEN-A PRIVILEGE TO

SERVE IN WAYS ThAT WILL CONTRIBUTE TO YOUR

CONVENIENCE AND REQUIREMENTS. WE TRUST WE

MAY HAVE MANY MORE OPPORTUNITIES TO SHOW

OUR CONTINUED INTEREST IN YOUR WELFARE.

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merry Christmas Tajou !



The spirit of the season prompts us to P

express to you appreciation of our pleasant ONE AND ALL !

business relations during the past year and

to most heartily wish you a very Merry Happy Hem year

Christmas and Happiness and Prosperityfor

the New Year. i toipi CAMP BLANDING JEWELRY & MILITARY :
What bettor etaa
HEADQUARTERS
tf .i. our d..p..t

b :: ; ---.. appreciation for an yow JEWELRY & ARMY SUPPLYLOUIE'S
ha- doe. fc, w T ROGERS I

Florida Bank at Starke 3 FRIENDS ,
.. THREE ARMY STORE I

e.&". !e BARBER SHOP
Insurance Corp.
:Member Federal Deposit /
and GERTRUDE HANDLESMAN
Member Florida National Group, Ine. LOUIS SIfAFKIN
LEILA'S i

Buy Defense Bonds and :Make Sure Our American Way of Life

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PAGE FOUR __ BRADFORD COUNTY. 17lI GILAPH. 8TABXE.: FLORIDI' FRIDAY, bECE1Kg
... "': ityoC1FTY1th1d
;; :; :: ;: =:::
Confetti Order In next four weekly Issues. o. Coomb., c..r. --==:
Favors
reserved
William
: band and official '
$ : CLUBS -I Marriage LicensesOn Floor show 'n' everything seal. Witness at Stark my .' Florida this, December ''tin" 8011 Ne'IV Indultrt"l V '4r1Bundlnr. !!
.P !
1941. Providence 'ru.
ISrd, !
Outstanding ,
.
'. Whoops! Rhode
I December: 20 Sergeant Sanford (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. ThomasAs You are require. bland
Xmas effects: The gigantic red Clerk of said Court January to appear 0'
] I3rll !
,
J. Thompson of Camp Bland- W. Ralph C Romedy Jacksonville, Fla. ]1942, 'III
"V" at the the
I and blue.! lighted for Pit. 15.54-4t-1-e named court ca' above
Coca-Cola Junior Woman's Club Atty.
Employes Intermediate. League lug:, and Miss Rosa Lee Walker! H. Nollman's Lights strungIn plaintiff seeks divorce e' *'""r"

Enjoy Dinner Has Xmas Party Plans Dance of Starke 'were Issued license and layers of red, white an' blue IN CIRCUIT' COURT, BRADFORD County Telegraph .hall Bradlor<<
And DanceAt quietly married by Judge E; K.: on the tree at Lex an' LucileGreen' COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN this order In nut four Ublbh
Miss Carol White and Mrs. L Don't forget the Junior WO- . The huge cardboard CNRY sues week, I le.
Perryman. i Case ".. tct8t Witness my
hand
8 o'clock Monday nlgbt ehiployes F Smith were hostesses at.a. man's Club dance at Starke Friday Santa Claus standln' guard over ALBERT W. COOMBS, Plaintiff camber Slarko, Florida and, Olllcl.1
of the Starke Coca-Cola Christmas ,party for members of Dec. 26, at 9:30: P. M. Everybody Clara Mae Knight' luffly tree vs. t lard, IsU. this La

,, Company with their wive, husbands the Methodist Intermediate. Lea ,invited. Stag 50c; 'drag Christmas SpiritThe More attractive door-way NORMA ORDER Q.OF'COOMBS.TO APPEARAND Defendant .(.OFFICIAL Aa REAL Clerk) A. J. Tho..e1/.
of
{ sliEli'
I 75c: Be sure to come and bringyour arrangements this year than I've NOTICE Ralph| C Rornpdy, aid lour:
'or friends celebrated witha gue Monday )nlffht. The living;,I date Park cafe will remember ever seen before STATE OF FLORIDA to: Norma Atty, for fit. ckeonvllle lt.xs.4t,_y4 l.ut'
dinner at the Guidon Grill room' lot the'. Smith home where "others" in Its Christmas celebration !

where Jim Forrest had prepared the party was held was softly Birth AnnouncementMr. George Kopelousos an- Well,, folks Guess that'll
It is
t for them "Wardorf-Astorla style lighted with, ,candles and lighted' nounced Monday morning. be all for this time Got a'
:and Mrs.' Leslie Biggs, of his plan to close the door from t' '
." silvered boughs, making: an appropriate little unfinished: business at the q
chicken with all the trimming 1jUIt"
Brunswick, Oa., announce the 1:30 to 4 o'clock P. J( Christmas (
In .e..ee
for the ten cent store -. Be back
After',they had ,dined :sumptuously setting youncoplM' birth of a baby daughter on Tuesday day.liter be has seated from 36 New .r. e
{ time to wish happy "pie
at the Guidon, they,moved-'- games ,.December 23. Both Mr; and to 40'khaki-clad boys. you ,. .
Wilethe guests were singing\ Year. .
_ j residentsof will host to .
t1 Mrs. former The Park ptay M "
'Where Biggs are
to the Starke Armory carols Santa made his surprise CAROLYN. tIN .1 e adf
) .
Starke and have many friends these boys who.are fighting for
yl} n dancing. ',wa* ;enjoyed, ,and where appearance with a bag of gifts
here who will wish to congratulate their, country: and freedom- .;. .
nuts and cocacola.were, he .generouslydistributed.After CIRCUIT: COVRT. BRADFORD "tr
:frut( : Lr 'IIUw
them.Mrs, Biggs,; .before everything from ."soup J to nuts FLORIDA, IN CHAN- 1j iI
.COUNTY ;
'' : 4
served;! and there was a' real' a' pleasant'' evening, refreshments .
; '' t and caRY, ,' \
), n Christina'' tree with a' real'liveSanta oftot'.cocoaSChrist, ( 'her Tmarrlagewas* : Miss Edith* 4neludlng.f.a; turkey. ; dinner. C..eN..IeeR. I _. ..l.\ .
Row. beer all 'free'of charge. COLLEEN FREEMAN Plaintiff. ;.-:.- !", ,.c,
.
.
cookies and Yule sandwiches .
Clau (E. P. Mile of the mae log .. I
Coca-Cola Co). All received gifts were served to the 15 HORACE VRBKMAH. D..r..na. .nt. 4 V ..' c "4t. 't t .
and fvors. Among those prevent -. members present ORDER NOTICE OF TO.APPEARD ..' ";. <- /;"Il'I
,
were: Carolyn Callstreet STATE! OF .FLORIDA to: Horace yU;
Freeman .. ,
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Cook Mr. Recent BirthsMr. ; euhe"v" :
and Mrs.. Tommie Alexander Mr You are. required to appear on
January 23rd, 1942, In the above
and Mrs. E. M. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Garfield I named Court and cause, wherein
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V4; ni and Mrs. Guy Edwards Mr. and Johns,. Jr.. Dec 11, Starke boy, plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford ./ CARPENTER'STHE
4 Mrs. Marcus Griff,' Ernest Jackson "Richard' .Harold." Whether yon live there's no place like home says County Telegraph shall publish this :

i Mr and Mr. Louie Oa mainland or isthmus, Sam Anderson who flew from REXALL.DRUG STORE
Majors Mr.,and Mrs. Ed Carter Max- Here'a wlnhln' STENOGRAPHERS NOTEPADS :
Mr. and Mr*. W. H. Coulllette, Vllle, Dec.. 2, boy. "Wilbert." A MERRY CHRISTMAS you Panama Canal Zone to Miami In I 15o each-BRADFORD \t'

YH 4 4 Mr. and Mrs.' R. H. Strickland, Mr. and Mra.: Diamond J. Luke order to spend six short days COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
I Mr. and Mrs. Lacy SUcox, Mr. Yen, folks Christmas la just
with
VI Dec. 22, Starke girl. Alice, Lyle an' Janet .
and Mrs. Paul Futch L. V. Williamson like the flu When it hits you.It New claimant for the title of

I Pat Williamson, Earl ,Wants To Rent Store hits Can't do a
George Bob Bell Mr and Mrs. I really you "meanest thief In the world" is I .
1 Fred Guy Mr.. and Mrs. Edward thing Can't think of a thing the unknown party who swiped p. ,, ,/ '

s Lawson Mr. and Mrs. E. L. W. 'T. Clute realtor has a -but CHRISTMAS If my 20 light bulbs from the beautiful ...... <'-
:
"good faith" binder from Samuel ., .
f Langley, George Langley.: Miss "- ;' -
i iM Goldman of Miami and New York thoughts seem a trifle rambling Xmas tree on the YMCA grounds \ ''- -
f Irene Mathews Harvey .Horde, on the lease of Lex Green's prop this week please fo-glve me . Fashion Foibles: Ree Bag- ;j \..,,:''. / "" -
DeWItt C. Jones, Mrs. Ashley
erty now occupied by the Starke get lookln' very fetchin' with her .'. \t1t '
Pope A. L. Llppltt-; .' H. Ditt- Dry' Cleaners and Laundry. The Hear the girls attending the high hair-do Freddie Wim- .',. ".,. ',. :..

mar V. W. Howard R. E. Beverly laundry will move Into the new 124th Regimental dance at' Bland- berly wearin' a smot new blue- CHRISTHS S Mfcl":. '\ OBEETIflGS S
Vance Beard, C. D. Poppell,
i ; Mr and Mrs. E. F. Miles, Charles building: which. Congressman Ing Sattiday night had the pleasure green suit (Santa must have '.,'..
4" ay McCoy and Miss Jacqueline An- Green is having R., H. Mathe & of seeln' an' dancln with seen her early) (
Son build on Court street Just as
drews. Starke's own men .. AI Kay The gay ole place gets' gayer '
soon as it is ready.Mr. .
Goldman, representing Na- Carlisle, Bob Long, Cliff Hazen, still when the collltch set begins "\

Baptist WMS tional Sundry Stores, offered Mr. Mitch Edwards, George Silcox tricklin' in for the holidays .

Clute.$125 per month after minor and others of the home town fraternity Wonder if Emmett Perryman can .
Cek ez The regular monthly business alterations have been made in the '. Seemed good, the be Induced to don that Annapolis l )/
,' d meeting of the Baptist 'W. M., S. building. If this lease is accepted girls say. to renew "old" ac uniform so we can see how hand- '...
f 'iur will 'be held at the church on Goldman will handle quaintances .. Christmas-Spirit some he looks'?! Hugh Ingram .-. ) "
4 Mr.
4 o'clock.Monday,. afternoon, Dec. 29, at 3 shoes and other merchandise, Inspiring: The youthful choir (U. of F.) spendin' hIs pre-Xmas >J Once more it is our pleasure to extend sociations-that's "'!ny we await i
A vacation out in the PO
Mr. Clute stated.IT'S boys at the Baptist Church Sun- helpln' !the compliment of the Yuletide Christmas time with
anticipa
day morning and night' Busiest Betty Green Gayle Sewell, eager
place In town (next to the I I'Betty Jane Nollman, BUI Chalker I Season to our host of friends in this tion.

1?: five an' ten): The free Christmas Ralph Rhodes, Bill Long:, Bud- (I community. It is a very pleasant and You have been good to us-may old 1
et. wrapping service for the soldiersat dy Bishop, Andy Adkins, Gar-
t. : CHRISTMAS S SI '''the USO-YMCA Imaginethe land Godwin, an' all .the others ?,\ cheerful custom to renew these asSanta be just a* good to you.

n "''HMCo consternation when one welcome home! Hear Myrwin

khaki-lad came in with-83 packages Long an' young son. Tom, may,
!,&eY r at one time! leave us for Fort Benning: when Gainesville Gas
the head-of-tbe-house (Capt. T. Company
Spotted an' Jotted: Peg Er- T.) is stationed there soon .
"The Dependable l Fuels
skine an' Fran .Peek enjoyin' a
.r roast duck 'an' wild rice dinner Elaborate plan for New Ye r's ,
14 14p 14t with two lieutenants at the Y Eve celebration at Armory given r ,: '
.j 330 W. University Ave Phones 1443--4-51
) iJ
TMCA-JWB Unnerstand ,
Friday night s, .< Dot Green by ".
",..rln' a beautiful diamond ring: we gale better let' 'em know If : .;it i 1.,1< \ ............. .. ----

..JJ O X""' _'I,fntt'e'Icr0 I IIr (don't, know'II yet whether",it's ..anentl'or'a'x.mu we're. gonna'be'a there' _. :': Table- ,

m "t: '.4t AJCJb; : ,' .en->> 'The,. ..,"A. C ftLVa'; two,present::young) '- .:t. -, .' '. '. h'" 'r''r ,.fjtf t, ,.; V f 'f; At} t-J: .

.. ,*{\1 1 : hopefula: gettln'. Into the spirit of it an ... ,'., ? :.> ... : .j....- ? :a.. l h I '
the times in miniature uniform -
.',' army
!>fft'J
r : Couldn't tell their h
*'.". ,4 I:' ''\ 1/1 rank,*I.but? they look at least like :

A iwnr WISH Act is es paw hi' captains .'. KIna an' Tom Grady

i, laewteU .......,... \'AV\Ou'RS A: MERRY? ONE BE .r4' ?. coast arrivin', .today. Mina from will remain the' west to d, ; LLJl_ [ : J1 It: 1 G :t t1y Rf


1 PI +, f I'AMD) .' A RZAITY'; THANK\. TOO ..!, .ANb YEAR. ''THE' .PILLEP!;:!',r4EW. ;. v 'hto manage. bit brother for.the Uncle Geo.Rita Sam M.ana.aIi&anr. Floridawhile does :0 : ;


,.; levers.Ijld'ssb W* ate 1.. 'WITH$ : .JOY AND! : .' -'' f .
i' -r .' V. :HAPPINESS Peeped le at the B. 'H. S. B- v
duly eratohill. : Club party !in the armory las' .

Friday night an' caught several

MR. AND. MRS.. .BRADFORD of our I youngermenabouttownmakin' xti's .
their' debuts on the dance

B. JACOBS .,PHOTO SHOP floor Chester McKinney. ,'Bob
t by Blgga an' Bryan Harrell \ .
among others launching their careen -
STARKK, FLA. STARE: FLORIDA"
a i. as jitter bugs Hear
Buck McMillan swung from the

rafters; with the greatest of ease good to come again to that Season
while putting up the red, whitean
blue decorations Seems of the year when old acquaintances ,
I he hadn't planned to give presents -
to anybody but 'his grand- are renewed, when new friendships are

children, so what did Edith an born when the serenity of Christmas
Leslie! Biggs do but present him
with a brand new granddaughter joins the whole world with one predominating + \O

on Tuesday "There goes an- a
other present." brother Rowe said thought- the Fellowship of .

STARKE FLA Wednesday But does he Man. .. _
mind'?! Well, you should see "' *-r':
''ly nr his grin! a

r, ,eft efti WEEK BEGINNING SUNDAY, DEC. 28 When Christmas rolls around, II' So we send to you, our e'

friends and neighbors _

''FIVE BIG DAYS
hearty Christmas wish that ,,
Sunday Through Thul'8day-Dec. '28-Jan. 1
this may be the happiest( Yuletide of -
ABBOTT and COSTELLO
them all, and that the New Year may
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"KEEP 'EM: FLYING". bring with it, Peace,Joy and Prosperity. j i

With Martha Rays lurnl.Bruce "'m. Gargan, Dirk A AForan
9 y
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)4T Also New, and Shorts rI May Santo RememberYou
I 'yAi F ,y''

New Year's E\e-Midnight Show Only .
Wednesday Dec. 31-11:30 r. M. Well at This/

nureetm SOur
"CHAD HANNA"With -
ChristmattimeGEM
Henry Fonda, Dorothy'La01our.,.Linda Darnell .
In TechnicolorAKo -

.$o.'.;9hgrtaFridaySaturday Chrutma

message U best expressed -
.J. I. 'i .1-1 .
Jan. 2-8--Double Feature by,our sincere

No. 1-The East Side Kids
wish that you may have
----In-: .
a very Merry Christmas .
"BOWERY BLITZKRIEG"No.
and a Happy snj Pro*
Johnny Mack Brown In

t ""MAN FROM MONTANA" perms New Year.BRADFORD.

Also Cartoon and "Serial
I JEWELRY

Saturday Jan. Midnight Show I INN ,

"PAPER BULLETS"With

i1 Joan Wnodbury and Jack LallueAlno : Llndiry! Griffin Proprietor
109 Call St. Florida
Selected Shorts I Starke,
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DEC 2 6 1941
H mi
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!n4f PFmQIBER BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKGItAPn STARKK. FLORIDA PAGE
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' BITS of LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. I* 8. Hutto have I Mrs. Frank Kopf and daughter, 1-4 of maid I .Section' If: the atrip- thatch; above and '"forea-olng' n; la a

1. I lad aa their recent guests, Mrs Mrs. W. A. Home, and Douglass o* land .herein .rjlbed vnn- true and correct copy of the Notice

E. A. Rltter. Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Home returned Monday from AJ-/ taming(tnaludlna I Uthcr.I. (more.. roadbed or tea,* In I ..aj Kralnent e1-om.tlx Domain tlrd day Proceeding o( Decem. ;

--- liter and son Junior of Tampa; lanta, Ga., where they visited of the old Waldo-Hampton. highway her A. D. 1(41. In the came of
Mora PuVl. of Columbia Mr. Junlus Smith was a visitor Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Hous- Miss Edna Hutto, of Jacksonville relatives. I'AlCEI.S) Bradford County, a political *ub..
NO. a s.
n. n. NO. dlvlalon of
the State of
In Florida
ii die holiday guest of her Gainesville Tuesday. ton: left Wednesday to spend and Miss Carolyn Hutto, of Co- Mr. and Mrs. James Godbold.of .That portion of SB 1-4 or 8W and W. M. Edward Chairman, and, .I
jllsg( Lucile Mitchell. Mrs. I.. P. Berry of Memphis Christmas with the formers par tumble, S. C. Houtti.1- of Section 16, Township 7 T. n. Chaataln, J. ir. Wynn; M. U.
Jacksonville Range SI .
were here Sunday East lying Harroll and I*. D. Reddish ''
and Mrs. 0. B. Stanley areChristmas Tenn., Is visiting hr/ husband In! ents. Mr and Mrs. J. H. Houston, Mr. and Mrs Tillman Hutto visiting Mrs. W A. Stroman And of within 60 feet of the center-line comprising the entire 1 Bnaro rnembera -)
r. In Jackson.. Starke for a few days. In Georgian. Ala. I'roject: 56S1 mall centerline of County CommlMnloner of Brad
spent in Jacksonville
Sunday withrs.
Mrs. S. betasdescribed
S. ,
I Dowllng. Mr. and Mrs aa follow: Boffin ford County, a political subdivision
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Fountain Lt. and Mrs. T. K. McClane M[ Mable Denmark. Godbold's son, James, Jr., Is a f on\B the. South boundary of Mid of the Stale of Florida.; Petition':
1-
rile Moore la spending recently spent a week with Mr. and sons, T. K., Ill, and Don. arrived Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Burgett member of the U. S. Navy and UI.' feet of Went HW of 1-4 the at a BW point cor.nr ers Uefendanta.. ".. Mmma Common Muehlenhard'I.aw Cane et No.at.

tJIIII day with his parents.and Fountain's father and mother Sunday from Fort Sill left Saturday for Chicago, III., when last heard from was Iti ly frrnn.thereof; thence Northeaaler 1OII' aa the same appears on file

MM.. C. I- Moore, IntkeU Mr. and :Mrs.. W, N. Fountain. ,* at Okla., to spend Christmas with where they will spend a few days waters south of Florida degrees. latent it minute bearing 14 North second tT In this I office.WITNESS I .

'. Blloxl. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McClane. 8r. en route to Whitewater. Wls., tospend A telegram was received In to Rait :rl'nrtt; ,arc of n curve at :Htarhe my hand Hrndford and County officialaeal
having
radius
'g. Canova and son Peul Mr. and :Mrs. R. F. Demorest Dr. H. B. McLendon arrived the Christmas, holidayswith Jacksonville by relatives stating "..,7t 'f..t and total a central of her Florida, 'A.,n.thla I...Iird. day of Decemi
Tuesday from Orlando to angle of 10 desreea
dist\ Augustine, were here are spending Christmas In Mrs. McLendon ;join Mr Burnett's 'parents. Mr. that Herbert Joseph Poindexter', through. a central angle et minute of II (OFFICIAL HHAL.) A. J. Thomas

afternoon ,visiting Mr. Apopka with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. and daughter, and Mrs. W. W.' Burgett. Before :Jr., a first. lus seaman in the degrees tT 14" a distance or Aa Cleric Circuit' Courtj Bradford ", ..1
a'1 Jeannette, who are spending the her recent marriage Mrs. Bur JTI.T feet to point of County.. .U-It-I-U"
.... mother; :Mrs. 'Emma Robinson. Navy had ben killed in action thence North (I ..tangeacvi, i
SO' tilt
with -
holidays Mr.
and Mrs.
K. S.Matthew. '
.
gett was Mss-| Helen Prather. East1iJ
Mr. Polndexter' is brother of feet I*
a the Bant
Mr. and Mrs. t C. Buford ..
| and ..' of maid MANUBCJtItr? COVERS-$1''i\
Mrs. O. L. Patten and br .nd'a SHH4 of HW f
beek'c&nttned young Mrs. Elmo R.- Struth.
h i' ilea Gloria t':
,arden' .JJuford.-111 spend Mr.: and lair'.. R. A. Weeks are s on,/ George, ,Jr.. of Tallahassee Capt.. anel.Mrs. R, O. Kldd'and of 1 the' SE pocorner'tMreofi'maid .pss IM-BKADTOBD COUNTY ".'1)
of
with an attack: In- the Chrtstmtujit holidays '
Jome visiting spending Christmas -with Mrs. are spending 'the; holidays with : attlpi I of and herein tfeeerlbod TELEGBA1pL ..
the past ten days. relatives in JTickaonvllle.vr son Richard, arrived here lIaturday containingS.7T .. .. 'I.t !
tor / or
l .If\ Weeks' mother and sister, Mrs. M Crs. Patten's' mother, Mrs!,"te. ,K. night from Fort Banning) less Including th..xi.tlne roadbed ..t.tA
W. D.' Dowty and Mrs. C. W.DIShIn&er. Canova. of the old Waldo-Hampton
.
Ga. and of
were guests Mrs!: )'.) tt.h43 .t.N

I.. "FUNERAL"DIRECTOR. 'OXMriene ;'' in Jacksonville" John Wear .student'' J :a. the Ktdd's mpther, 'Mrs.'Emma'Canova -. PARCEL NO. _S-. n. IX NO. S.. ..
Mr.and Mrs. Fre toan. Johns raduate school of; the : That portion ot-WH of'KM 1-l /Qgoa4 "
pay Ysaes *Hakes: U Fssstbl for lie to Roods and University of an 1.4 and 1 acre In NR corner ''l1;!
111 PBOMTT tail OO17BTKOCS" } daughter Louise are aperul- ot Michigan at Ann Arbor, and MI.. Aubrey Carlisle, who has of. NW.It -of BKU of Bootlon If.'
gVTJCIIIGNT 0KBVICB, 1
I Ing the Chrlstmaa Township 7
"" holidays In his sister, Katherine Ann senior South liana
been for some time in Birmingham SI Easy : j.J'
lying within
MODKRATB PBICJIC8' to feet of
Lake
Butler
'with Mrs. Johns' In Oberlln College, Oberlin Ohio. Ala., and Sandersvllle, Ga., the centerline of Project No. "J
Ii eWJTr C. JONES parents, Mr. and :Mrs. J. 5541, maid centerline .
\. W. arrived Sunday night to spend Is visiting her parents, Mr. and acrlbed a* Banning1. being over and de> Vjutefale.BEST

Rastkal,V1: .W. Towneend. the Christmas holidays with their Mrs. J, B. Carlisle.Mr. arroi.ii Wt9. of HK I.. and 8W 1.4 M
Miss Jane Rosner father and of NN I.. of maid Section It as
New York mother Mr. and Mrs. '
I and Mrs. Jimmie Van Dlen fallows: Begin on the West '\ \\tPtl
designer, >la making an indefinite Robert B. Wear. Their brother have aa their guests on Christmas boundary of said. Wt4 of BR 1.A wn'H i h.,

visit with her 'sister, Mrs. B. Jacobs. -I Robert. Junior who Is In the' day Mrs. Van .Dion's mother at the a HW point corner 1111.6 thereof feet, North and of .AL.
run
Big New Year's Eve 'Party and Dance Also during the Christmas Army and stationed at Fort Knox. and father Mr. and Mrs W. H. thence North ill decree. .J- 30"Fast WISHES
Miss 110S.OH feet to the East':.
holidays Mary Helen Williams I Kentucky, hopes to be at home of
Snyder, Jacksonville boundary of acid SW t.. of NH
,, sister of Mrs. .Jacobs' for New Year's. 1.4 at a point lll.B feet North FOR

Lake View ClubROUTE daughtcr-in-law, of Hawthorne, Mrs. Rose Facclno is the new of the 810 corner. .thereof; the
1V i nuri'tT roi'HT' ItnCI/Fat9>> trip of land herein described CHRISTMASAND
is visiting lire Jacobs and ecretary of the Economy Service cimtalnlnir' 0.48
help- ('OH''NTV. FLORIDA, IN: CHAM acre (Inrludlna-'
ing in the store. Company, plumbers. Mrs. Fa:- vEn.r. the exliitlnar roadbed of the Old l
.. -Ilamplo, highway,
BLANDING Nee leo.1: ) THE
Mr. and Mrs. E. MIddleton zinc arrived Saturday from Wal- JANE KUMC13 CAHVKIC.: Plaintiff, You and. each of you are hereby

Free Noisemakers and Souvenirs and daughter, Marjorie Sue ot Ingford. Conn. Her husband I IIn la CHAHLKN v.. CAKVRR. D..r..ndant.01lDI t'he omnmixlccl Circuit Court to he In and and appear for Hrad-tn NEW YEAN

Jacksonville, are spending Christmas the army stationed at Camp 1t <>)V Pl'HLH'ATlON AND ord County, KlorlriM' lit the office
.
with Dr. and Mrs. Blandlng. L. M. Barton ls the NOTICE TO AIM'KAFl >f the Clerk or sold Court, In the
W. E.
Music and 8 P. M City of titanic, ItrHdfnrd
Dancing .-TILL? STATE OK FUmil'A to: Churl : County,
Mlddleton. proprietor: of the Economy Service Carver, whose reHldence I* un Florida, on or nefore the 70th day
Co.Joseph. known. of January A. II. 1942: to show '
Tickets 75 cents Each-All Men in Uniform 50c Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan had l You c.n what right, title Interest or lien
are required to
E. Wilson who has been appear yu, or or
,
as dinner any you have In and 'X
guests Thursday Mrs. February
2nd. 1943 In the abovenamed
to any of said above
FUN GALORE FOR EVERYONETickets Rosa Duncan and Miss Carolyn In St. Vincent's Hospital Jack- Court.. and rane, whereinplaintiff of land and tn described show cause Parcels -

Duncan of Lake Butler In the onville, for several days with County Telegraph* .vkn divorce.shell puflllHh Ilrndforil this tur why thu the name., nhnuld. not. t>. taken

on. Sale at Few of the Local Merchants'It's afternoon the family party was pneumonia. returned to his homen Order In next four weekly IMMUVH. In i maid. I'rlltlon.line( sal I In.purpnnp wit: 0"set right forth of
i Starke last Friday. Witness my hand and oftIclnlSeal way drainage' din'hen and
joined by Col. and Mn. T. E. at t>1lark... Florida Ihl* Uncemhfr ''Its I for section borrow
n
Duncan and children. Sue and Mrs. Cupldean Hurd, who hasbeen 24th. 11)41.IUKF1CIAU I. $tale Ito,,,) No. -(or delanate portion aa of
In Starke for the past nine WKATA.: J. Thomn Project No. ,,"U. ...
Ted y,. and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Aa Clerk of bald' Omrt located eurveyed -
and Shown
Duncan, of Gainesville.Mr. months employed at the Starke D. Byron Klnir, Jaukmmvllle I Kin.! plat l hvrelnatiove' on referred said map to, or or
Bakery and the A & A cafe, returned Ally fur I'lf. 13.15l.l-i6 default niny be entered asalnat
and Mrs. W. B, Sewell. 'otl.
to Enterprise, Ala., this
Jimmy Sewell and Misses Gayle week. IV I TIIR C-IMCI'lT rOI'BT 0'> TILE WITNKS.H!' may. hand na Cleric of
RKSIITII jifi he Circuit Court In and for Ilrad-
and Virginia Sewell drove rntri'ir.
to Mrs. F. H. Long had as Christ- ills ''.>K.o..U COUNTY, .....0..1..4.. ford ('''''tnIY. ,,Flnrliln and the neat
Leesburg Wednesday night and nU'to'ultU rot Raid. Court, thin the 23rd
COUNTY a political) day of
spent Christmas Day with Mr. matt Day guests Pro and Mrs. B.S. iibdlvlKlnn of the Slate of Flur- i..c..mhf>r, A. T>. .1941, at Htarke In
Ghnstmas l. Carroll and two children, and Ida and W. M. Edwards" Chairman Bradford. County, Florida.
and Mrs. J. D. Cottrell and tam T. C. Ctiantaln J. L. tVy nn. (OFFICIAL HHAI.) A. J. Thomaa
: ily. Mr. Sewell and Jimmy returned riss Lois Long, of Jacksonville M. IS. Ilarrell I and h', D. Heddlnh. Clerk of Clrriilt Court. In and for ESU=lER
Comer Long of Tampa and Billing BM member rmfrLing the entire Hrnilforil County, ii'Inrlda.I
i home Thursday night but of Gainesville. Hoard nf < aunty CommlM- T\ Friink LAnflrum, 'I,
Mrs. Sewell and daughters renamed eu.ner of Hrndford County, a Attorney for Petitioner
Mr. and Mrs. George C. White politlral xubdlvUlon 1 of the State HTATH: OF FtA>ltlPA I
May your be a merry one and .. for a longer visit. lit Florida, COUNTY OF IIHAUFOItn FOOD STORES
and daughter. Frances, of Tallalassee I, A. J. Thomaa, Clark of the
the New Year be filled with joy :Mrs. E. M. Thomas had as were holiday guests of v.. P.tltlon.n. Circuit Court of the Klahth Judlcnl .

Christmas Day guests the following Emma Mufhlenhnrd. Et Al. Circuit In and for Bradford
and happiness in return for Mrs. J. W. White and Mrs. G. W. defendant County Florida ilo hereby certify

your thoughtfulness to this i party of relatives: Mr. and Alderman. NOTICE IM EMINENT DOMAIN) I. .._,..:._....................,............._.............,.,........,....__........_..::.::= ,,=== __.. h __ _nO __. .. .!
l Mrs. .J., B. Mills and daughter I'HOCbEDINt111! -"'--""" *'"'"'"'"'''*" '' .u."""',.... n
Mrs. O. t.. to
Beasley went
IN TUB NAME OK THE
organization '. Dorothy, Mr. ,apd Mrs. Harold STATE!
Tampa Tuesday to visit her OK' KIX11UDA

!* MERRY CHRISTMAS %1 ;* Mill Springs and; Mr.son, all and of Mrs.Green Victor Cove nts, Mr. avid Mrs. A C. Du'rden.per TO CKllNl ALL= I WHOM IT MAY CON- J'J :J/"ealre
:
Mrs. Beasley returned home AND to Emma Muehlenhard, and
AND.A" .
I Thomas of Sebring; Mr. and Mrs. Thursday afternoon. hunhandJohn. Doe Muehlenhard, .;, .
.
'HAN'.Y..NE1I' YEAR Joseph Thomas .and daughter' JoAnn whose place of realdenoe l I. un.
;,I Miss Betty Jane Nollman,,.who.s known- but whose bunlnem addreM ,
of Crescent City; J. F. Kick- I I.. care Ralph B. Potts 1701 ,Ind
Ii liter tof Klngsley Lake, and Mr. III -. .student at .Southern. pollege. National Bank Rulldlnr.' Cincinnati Healthfully Air-Conditl
In Lakeland 'Is thXboda'ys Ohio: B. K. Mall and
'- ... .... ... ... -anAe.Mrs Sullivan, ,of .\ spending Hall Mary
---- --- Perry; Doe his wife, who. place of '
-. ; Stack,.. ..... n.. with her'father Col. W.*'H.Nollmin. "*." residence la .'-Hampton, Florida ::4: ,: .;t PROGUA>( WBEK DKCKMBKU 28T1I ."
and KrC' T'roT.ang Grace) Kennty and John. Do. Kent 'o
Major and Mrs. Frank Kop nay her husband who,. place of
hJ
r-ANN""I-HIR-KY'S Mrs. S. P. Vandlviere and son, residence la 5463 Ul don' Street i SundJalidMoadaye. Deerailwr 2S29ALSOr
left Tuesday for Miami. Major Stuart, of Tallahassee are hop. Chicago, Illinois; :*' .1 .
Kopf has been stationed for several Ace to all pornonn haylnaof M1DNITE SHOW DEC. 27TII
OILCall .. ke, Fh}. months day guests ,of her mother;, Mrs. claiming any rlsht 'title Intereiitentate
i l _t" past at Camp Bland-\ O. W. Alderman., Friends here mortgage or ether j Mep to ; "NAVY BLUES"With
It:. t Ing and .Mr,. Kopf has tyid a or ort thou certain p"rc..I..r. land
Interested kncr.vh.t Dr
are to In Bradford
', dome County. )Florida which Jack Oakle and Ann Sheridan 'L
room' at the of Mr. I and .
I. route lie Included In
Vandlviere now en to that.part of State
Mra.'W. $. 'Sewell. : Road -deelaoat.d a.'Vrolact .-Added-'
weeks ,
Hawaii. For the six .
past Nn. 5661 an located, oC'
i 1.4r. 7 Mr. and Mrs.- Van H. Garden he' has been at 'the flylnr field' and platted by the State Road Department Comedy and .Very latest Newts Red '
h+ rI' and Mr. and Mrs'. Hal Snow will of the State of Florida,
in Salt Utah.
hospital Lake City; ami shown by eight of .
\.. way map
spend
Christmas with "
the holidays : 'Jack Halle who la. employed by: thereof on file In the office. of theClerk J' Tuesday and Wednesday, 'December 30-31 rI'' '1
Mr. Garden's and Mrs. Snow'sparents of the Circuit Court In and
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Car the FHA In Washington D. C.. Is: for Bradford County Florida, cold "YOU BELONG TO ME"
;
I' spending the holidays here with Petition being; filed In the above

Dl* NAT den at Dawson, .Ga. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. a'i entitled December reuse, A. D.on 1M1.the by 13rd Bradford day of With Henry Fonda and Barbara Stanwyck "

{ Miss Frankie Ritch has recently Halle. County a political 'aubdlvlakon off -Added- P.
the State' of Florida, et al.. asalnet' ,\
accepted a position in the souvenir Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Shaffer o
I you. and each of you aeehlpiv to Latest War News and Flag of IlmnanityNEW 'I
and novelty store of Long Winter Park are holiday guestsof condemn for public. road and liJsh-
acre and Loverln on South Walnut way purpnuea the .ald parcel.'* of
their son-in-law and daughter,
land eltuate, lying and helna- inHradfnrd YEAR'S MIDNITE SHOW i
street. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Weldon. County, Klorlda, and
SEZ : more particularly deacrlbed aa folFAiicEi.a ). Also Thursday and Friday January 1-% M
Mr. and Mrs W. T. Cantrell Miss Gayle Sewell who ls 'a lows.:'

of Cornelia, Ga.. came to Starke student at the Woman's CollegeIn That portion NO.; of i-R'P.Jni. n.of NO/I-NW/ "CONFIRM OR DENY"With I

last week where Mr. Cantrell will 1 Tallahassee Is spending the 1-. 'Of Hectlon 36 Township 7 Don Ameche and Joan .Be..ettSaturday
be with the Western Union for holidays here with her parents, South, Hitnare 21 East lying; .
within 60 feel of the centerllneof
indefinite Mr. Cantrel 1 and Mrs. W. B. Sewell.
I r an period. Mr. Project 66S1, said centerline
was In'Starke last winter duringthe Emmett Ferryman of the U. S bring deHcrlbed an follows. : Begin January 3rd 'r'-

rush season. Navy in Annapolis, :Md., Is visitng aid on NK the I.. North or NW boundary I.. at of a DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM '

Mr. and Mrs. Al Cody of KIs his parents, Judge and Mrs.E. point 8329 feet Went of the NKcorner l j a
No. 1 "GLAMOUR BOY"With
thereof, thence Houth.wenterly -
:
)IG"Ch simmee were recentguests of K. Ferryman. from tangent bearing
l Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle and Month 27 dearee 2e minute 1* Jackie Cooper _

Mr. Cody Is editor of the Kisslm son, Jack Halle are' in West curve iieound to West left having clung the a radlun arc of of a No. 2-"THE PERFECT SNOB"

mee Gazette. Palm Beach: visiting Mr. and Mrs 3Hf 4 9.1 feet and total centralanirle I
of 20 dea-ree 1)4 minute With Lynn Karl
Mrs. J. W. Klncald, who has Woodfln G. Halle, Jr. through a central angle of II

been here visiting her brotherinlaw Mr D. P. Carpenter and Mrs.T. degree. 3X minute. 44 aecondii aulmnnce Also The Cuckoo L Q.
of 432.1 feet to of h
and slater Mr. and Mrs. O,. T. Long and son Tom, went tangency) thence South point 111 degree

L. Beasley, has returned to her to; Baconton Ga., yesterday for a 47 ;minute 90 nepond Wet J 1
This Week At The Ritz
IflKO feet morn or Ion*, tn theName
home In Tampa. visit with Mrs. Wt T Jackson. boundary of K'.i:! of NW
fJnCj'teetiU1S Sunday and Monday"INTERNATIONAL *
;)
LADY"With
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lona MameyNcwH.and

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"HARVARD HERE I COME" I

With Maxie ICosenbloom j

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"THE GAY VAGABOND" .1 1
AND A MINUTE .
With The Illffjdna Fanny



We Want To Extend Thursday and Friday ,


I ref /lVJ; tJ HEARTY GRIITIHGS We cherish the thoughts of the fine friendships DOUBLE_ FEATURE"HONOLULU LU" I 1


that have been ours in the past and we With Lupe Velex- Bntc Beasett


0 0 FOR THESTERNBERG'S and desire to take this means of expressing our -andMOUNTAIN I

BUT WISHES FORTHI MOONLIGHT"With
thanks for courtesies.
genuine your The Weaver Bros and Elviry


Jllew Ie HOLIDAY. SEASON We wish you the best of good things for Also MCM News Reel


Christmas and the New Year. Saturday It

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SAM ROSENBERG "CYCLONE ON HORSEBACK"f f

& SON / With George O'Brienand ,t e eq I


MR. AND MRS. A. THOMAS \ --

New and Used Furniture 11 i "MARRY THE BOSS' DAUGHTER" I

Money Loaned With Brenda Joyce

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BRADFORD OOUNTY TRLEaRAPH BTARAE FLORIDA
PAQK SIX I

week-end with Mr. and Mrs. H.: Methodist Church been away In school are
I I'j
.;.i Deeds Filed Sasser Dec. 16; Ralph Galney Wasdln. be Present for invitee!
D. a
and wife,Callle Gainey, to Willie I Hampton Happeningsby I Cain were Services for next Sunday are as Some of these special aerhe,
Hettie I. .Jones and husband, E. Green Dec. 16; R. A. Green Mr. and Mrs. Horace follows: young people
and wife, Lucile H. Green to business visitors In Gainesville 10 A. M. ,have part on the
W. A. Jones, to Walker 1. Chandler ENJOYS Church School program,
YOUNGER SET Saturday afternoon.Mrs. the
and wife Bessie D. Chandler Bradford .; political subdivision worship program
; Mm. M. W. Morrow Morning Worship 11 o'clock.
of the*Btate,of Florida, HAY LOFT HOP Annie E. Ward Is visiting i hour a
W. U Wall and wife :Murla E. Sermon subject "Facing the New will be observed
'j Wall to R. V. Coleman'. Dec. 12; Dec. 19; Rebecca Strong and Tom CAFETERIA WORKERS MEET Among the younger set at the her son and daughter-in-law. Mr. Tear's Task. they are to be the at "'hi
G. C. Mott and wife. Mary Mott, Strong (her husband) to Hattie Cafeteria hay loft hop in Gainesville Saturday and Mrs. H. B. Altman, of Nichols. 6:30 at. the Church School guest.of hono
December 19 wag Youth Fellowship meetings
Friday
to T. I* Drawdy and wife, Rosa Green and Oscar Strong, Dec. 19. night were Miss Frances The public I. Invited buildln
,
Drawdy Dec. 15; R. A. Green and Training Day for the school Johnson, :Miss Virginia Dyal. Miss Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Wasdin! and P.M. people who are home all :yaw
wife Luclle H. Green to Ralph RULED INDEX CARDS! :*5l lunch workers of Bradford County Eloise Pickren James Plckren Mrs Myrtle Thomas were visitors Evening Worship 7:30: P. M. for the holiday season from IIChao
Galney Dec. 1ft; Ralph Gainey 91 per BRADFORD COUNTY wbo come under W. P. A. supervision. and Eugene Chason. to Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. At the evening service all to be present. are urg

L1t ''ft Nr and wife, Callle Galney to Ban TELKORAPH. Meeting In the Hamp- : .J. A. J. McKInney is on young men and women who have I G. C. POWELL
i ton Junior High School dining W. M. U. MEETS the sick list We wish her a pastor
+ room, the group discussed: various .
I mI ways to prepare vitamin rich The Hampton W. M. U. met at speedy recovery.Mr. .
foods and then prepared some of the home of Mrs. W. C. Collins and Mrs. Clifford Rhoden,
WITH tSLJi THE these dishes for trial purposes.The Thursday afternoon, Dec. 18, for of Waldo, were visiting the for-
the annual Christmas meeting. mer's sister Mrs. Ed Davis Sunday -
of Mrs.
was composed
f ? nr Laura group Griffis and Mrs. Moseley Twelve members were presentand .


BEST'OF GOOD WISHESFOR of broon Rhimes.Lawtey'Springs Mrs.: Mrs.;Rosa Saunders Mrs.PlnhoUter' of Minnie Hell-, enjoyed.an of Interesting Social present hour program followed and was the exchange Lawley BaptistForbes E. Fuller Pastor [G SI A AIt

and Mrs.,Mary Mott of Brooker; business meeting. I
Mrs. Kate Hinton and Mrs.Eliza, WOMAN'S COUNCIL MEETS New Year's Sunday Dec. .28. I
CHRISTMAS AND THE NEW,YEAR Hall of Hampton; Mrs. Minnie I 9:45: A. ,M. ,Sunday.:School; 11
Marclonny: Bradford County safe- I The Woman's Council met A. M. .Morning Worship. Ser-
;::41c% FROM EACH OF THE MEMBERS OF THIS terta supervisor also of Hampton, Monday afternoon at the homeof mon subject: "The Door of 1M2." a
was In charge of the meeting. Mrs. G. 'P. Wadsworth Sr., e:30 P. M., B. T. P. U. 7:30: P.
1 FIRM TO EACH OF YOU. with Mrs. W. H. Griffin in charge M., Evangelistic service.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Betts have
-' discussion
of the program and Dec. 31, Watch
1V4' Wednesday
home In Sarasota -
returned to their
A social hour followed
topics.
1''t t after living here and workingat Night service starting at 8 P. M.
THE MILITARY INN Camp Blanding for the past the program. Regular prayer meeting and Bible

few months. BIRTHDAY DINNER study, followed by refreshmentsand
JEROME C. HUGHES, Prop. Olin Beadenbaugh of Jai' kson- social: hour. The pastor cor-
1,1, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wbdsworth, Invites to this
dially everyone
Vlllov spent the week-end with his
Sr.. entertained with a birthday first service Into the New Year
parents, :Mr and Mrs. I* 1>. Bead
dinner Friday evening honoringJ.
enbaugh. / Starke. Others -
B. Alexander-!
4! Bill Maxwell, of Jacksonville, enjoying the evening were
was a business visitor here' Sat- II Miss Florence Gill, Mrs. Alice
urday. Anderson, and Mrs. Max Wimber-
_ Mrs. Wilson May and Mrs. Gordon ly, all of Starke. ARRy
Wadsworth were shoppers in
Gainesville Friday.Mr Miss Edna Dudley left Fridayfor
I a two weeks' visit with her
and Mrs. G. W. Rahme
1 sisters and brother in Newberry.
i were business visitors In Jacksonville
Mrs. James T. Guy returned
Thursday. from extended visit
Saturday an
LflR1STMAS'ro
Frederick.Watterson. of Jack
with friends in Boynton. Professor -
sonville, spent the week-end with .
+ t 4 43kt1
nr John Guy of Brooksvllle accompanied -
his parents, Mr and Mrs. M. I* .,
Mrs. Guy on the return -

you Wattenon.Mr. and Mrs. Will McEver, of trip.A. Our LoyalCustomers is that time of the year when we like to
P. Stringer, of High Springs,
Graham spent Sunday here with visited Mrs. Eliza Hall Wednes- stop a few minutes to wish our friends oil
1 all the Ute friends.
o/
yak Mrs Lynn Hall and Mrs. Ethel day.Mrs.. G. P. Wadsworth, Sr., the good things of the Season.It .
klt t Jones were business visitors In May ,your every wish
in Gainesville.
Saturay
spent
1 i ead4it atd1J.7 Jacksonville Ohpelia Saturday.Miss Bryan. left Friday come true-in this is the wish of every member" of this

afternon for a holiday'vlsl t with GRAHAM coming year and) those organization that after this Christmas you
: friends and relatives In Jasper. By Mrs. I. C. Smith
'tRS a Neat Ijea* /dleJ Miss Betty Jean Rhodes Is MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER following. will say this is by for.the happiest you have
spending Christmas holidays with
"' relatives In Galresvllle. A miscellaneous shower was HAPPY NEW YEARn ever spent.
given at the Baptist church .
,wtr i "J/ ites I Mr and Mrs. O. D. Gay and -
afst of last week in honorof
Thursday Best of luck for the New Year.
: 9 children, Madge and Elmer, spent
)..Ir. and Mr. J. C. Willis. They *
/S. Sunday with friends In St. Au-
received many useful gifts. Refreshments -
gustine.
r were served by Mrs.
Eva Strickland. The John H.

MR. AND MRS. A. HARTMAN J. H. COUOTMANCH BIRTHDAY DINNER 'DENMARKFURNITURE '
WatchHakerBUT Lewis Thomas, of Camp Jackson ALEXANDER' & CO.

',, WITH CONFIDENCE S. C., was honored with a "
AT birthday dinner Sunday at the COMPANY
.t YOUR BOMB JEWELER: home of his father Wm. Thomas.He ,. r left Monday for South Carolina.
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... ..,. '"If Mr. and Mrs Ancil Norman ...' ,
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and children of Hellbronn Springs
.
were visiting Mr and Mrs. R. M.

Johnson Sunday. ,
i 41 :Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Graves and
re daughter Shirley, and Mr. and .t
'
:r' ." /i'1r! :Mrs. Dana Fuquay and Mrs. J. W. HOLIDAYGREETINGS
.
\ .r'' I 1,4Ek'SV Abernathy. of Daytona Beach,
were visiting friends and relatives
f'\ ." ,-' here Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis and
p'Ir pLk. p- Purvis Lewis and son of Jackson-

ville ,were visiting Mr. and Mrs.I. .
J. ? M. Dyal Thursday

Mr. and :Mrs. C. J. Frazier and
sons, Charles and Bobby, were
transacting business In Gaines
ville Saturday.

j ... Friends of Mrs. John McKinneywill
regret to learn that she 1 is
In St. Vincent's Hospital, Jack
sonville. ,. .'
.
Bobby Surrency and son, Edwinof .
Tampa, were in our section \pt.hbri.s

r I 1 I # Monday. .' i
; Hugh Brinson Roberts spent a %.S ialpJ"
few days with his grandparents : .
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts. Above all other things in our
Mr. and :Mrs. J. B. Strickland. ;
gSr this Yuletide is the -
at glad
Mrs A. Davis, Mrs. E. Strickland, memory
,'. Mrs. J. C. Willis and W. C. Bur- thought of the' splendid relations
i \ ton were business visitors in with friends of this organizationwho
Christmas comes and reawakens the appreciationof Gainesville recently.Mr. .
r o, and Mrs. Alvin Wasdln and have made it possible for us

ilk happy relationships rekindles the warmthof children of Georgia, spent the to enjoy a very satisfactory year.

friendships made during the time it has been '
The warm'spirit of the Holiday'' t
our privilege to erve you. ?
occasion reminds us that in our

;j. To those whose friendly support has contributed so t friends, not in our ledgers, do we

j.i greatly to our welfare, we extend our most cordial I.II t find our real assets. There are many

i Appreciation.Best ra things that make us thankful this is

4f our home, and for that reason we de-

wishes for the Christmas Season and tJ.e MANY sire to extend Seasons Greetings.

New YearANDREWS

S MANY .


MANY'THANKS' .. 1 ',h fk4eaccepllM kind wishes and sincere


\ 1 thanks of all of us. Best wishes for Joyous
'j

I Christmas a New Year/of much happiness,

f (} { Good Health and Success for you and yours.
MOTOR CO.
For year tli...ghtf.la.cc. te tlu*

laiticntioa. It it ear inctatir t*

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ttU ttUb Q1'ALE. s U pim sc to crMC yen .i ..hi.al.d ,

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DECEMBER DirG:
o & 0\f BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKK. FLORIDAChristmas
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o,0 On A Year 'Round Basis i "'Pt',!! shopping In Gainesville Sat-I'I of Mr. and Mm. D. M. MclUe(WalnwrUht., of Klngsley Lake.

\ Brooker BrevitiesBy urday. 'Sunday. I were called to the bed-side of .
(IMCerpte from a Christmas ent, "God to loved the world that Little Miss Millie Ann Conway.of .I'I Miss Vesta McRae spent the' their mother, Mrs. Della Rowe. '
A. E. Light- He His I \
Rev.
,; on by the gave Only Begotten Son Palatka Is the holiday guestof week-end In Jacksonville with who Is at the home of Mr. and I
,>, ",t.) I, that whosoever belleveth In him Mrs. Eldon Hardy BROOKER BOYS her uncle and aunt Mr. and ,her brother-in-law and sister Mr. Mrs. Roy McKlnney.STENOORArilHBA.
b I CbJ'Ist1ans who observe Christ. should not perish but have eternal SEWING CLUB DOING THEIR BIT Mrs. J. P. Roberts. and Mrs. A. F. Hall. -
I
a holiday that last. one life. The home The many friends of Malcolm II Llndsey Rowe and son, Junior, NOTEPADS f
IS : of Mrs. T. W. Mar- Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hazen were
the spirit| of Chrtst III. Childhood Lewis. who is stationed at San and Miss Alice of
and losa I and family life ,key was beautifully decorated visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rowe. all 15e each-BRADFORD
aY o tor the other three hundred would be exalted. Christmas and 'Friday afternoon when the members Pedro Calif., will be glad to know Hazen and family In Center Hill Miami, and Mr, and Mrs. Joe COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
In the the cradle his parents have received a tele-
d .ixty-flve days year are knit together by of the Ladies Sewing Club recently.
done no more than those I God. The child goes to bed with : for gram saying "All O. K.." for the
met their
.
.v semi-monthly meotng. Mrs. Earl Green and Mrs. Dave
do not know Hl* name. I dreams of sugar plums and everything The Christmas motif present. Prank Crosby is also
o was Green Mr. and Mrs.
were visiting
ia Nortnlk. Va., Albert Lee Crosby ,-
I
Is more than a sea- nice in mind. Sons clamor
rlttDlIJ carried out in decorations and
observance. It Is. and must for furloughs, and daughters freshments. re- is stationed in Hawaii, Ralph Mel VIckery In Gainesville. WlfkQ'11Atf. ,
J7year round spirit If it Is any- dream in college class rooms of Mott is In the Panama Canal Mrs. Lee Green was visiting her isTMAS
getting home for Christmas. After a social hour, each member Zone, and Raymond Ward and parents In Ocala recently. .
'\ '. was presented with her annual Wesley Hodge are tn the Army The many friends of Mrs. E. J.
it day were Christmas Along with Dickens' Christmas
every Christmas funds. Later In for their training. Brooker citizens Lewis will be glad to know abe is
would be a. rebuke to Carol we want to read again
ir* day the afternoon Mrs. Leslie Green steadily improving after undergoing -
are of them and
H living. At Christmas time, Lloyd Douglas' "Home For > very proud
Irs. Earl Green and Mrs. G. W. always to hear of a minor operation last
glad their safe
and women think of others. Christmas" Just to catch its spirit
idea of serving others, ofJilng once more. Christmas away from Hazen served tempting refresh ty. So far the Brooker boys; are week..
ments. Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Hasen had
others happy, affects every home is not much Christmas.It serving Uncle Sam to the limit. .
as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
I eon. The idea that "it Is more Is a tragedy that we lavish BIRTHDAY PARTY BRIDGE CLUB W, D. Webb and daughter, Betty
ed to give" than to make a glfta at Christmas and are mea- The living room in the home Mrs. Ralph Hazen was hostess Joe of Jacksonville.:
deal, "skin our competl- ger of love at other times. To of Mrs. Royce Gainey was beautifully -
j. 1'1' Thursday. Dec. 11, when she entertained Mrs. Oscar Rhlmes. Miss Agnes for the Me1fiest Kind
stand behind artificial barre call all decorated And Bert Wither,
/?; men "brothers" one day Saturday afternoon members of the Bridge Rhlmes, and Leslie Green were
prevails. The foreigner latit and treat them as aliens the other Dec. 13, when she entertained Club In her attractive bungalow.The shopping In Gainesville' recently. of Q Holiday Season< to All
to feel at home. The spirit 364 Is hot Christian. The world honoring her daughter, living room was beautifully Vascoe Haten, of Tampa was
I Christmas goes beyond prison needs a perennial spirit of Christ- Eloise, on her tenth birthday. decorated. carrying out the Visiting his family here recently.
illi. The world needs every mas every day In the year.A Many games were played durIng Christmas motif. At the conclusion -

ij unselfish living. young woman received a the afternoon, and there was of the games Mrs. Guy SAMPSON CITYBy W. W. EDENFIELD Jeweler
II. Men would take Jesus serlafly. strange Christmas present. She much laughter when Santa's cep I Howell was presented with a love ,
Aim. J. E.
Jones
The sermon on the Mountma had often visited in a home and was being pinned on. Little Carolyn ly pair of book-ends for high
practicable at Christmas wa entertained in unusual fash- Kelley was the winner. while Mrs. E. J. Hazen was given Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown
ie Beatitudes workable. Even Ion. Her hostess was apparentlya I Prizes were also won by Donald a. measuring cup for bingo. were shopping in Gainesville Fri.
Peace on earth, among men of woman of means. The Christmas Hazen and Roswell Kelley. Later in the, afternoon Mrs.

ood will" seems a possibility. present from her hostess Later In the afternoon refresh Haz n served her guests pecan day.Mr.. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp were .
tie truth of John 3:16: is appar- must be an excellent one. She ments of Jello with fruit cocktail pie and coffee. hopping In Starke Saturday.

cake and crackers were THOMAS-GAY Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones were rt masQoLskes
I served to those present by Mrs. visiting friends In Gainesville and .
Of wide interest throughout the .
Gainey, Mrs. P. A. Baxter, andMrs. Earleton Sunday. ..
State Is the of :Miss
I > Lee Gainey. marriage Mr. and Mrs. Lester Slade, of

.4- t' eJJJi'Ji1n3} ;} }] ) while The Elolse happiest was time showing was later her C.to Louise! Remmer Gay Gay of LaCross Thomas daughter and of of Worthington Brooker Mrs. O.-, Charlie Hampton. W.McKinney, visited H. Smith.Mr.Sunday.Mrs. was and shopping. Mrs. \ /

.. many lovely gifts her friends had Springs and Brooker, which ,
) .1J 1l1] r} given her.Those took place on December 1:1, in In Jacksonville this week. ..
U1 E
Mr. and Mrs. Hogans, Ernest :
!: !: !J
=rr.M"W J : present to share the fun Lake Butler. Judge J. E. Town- McKinney and Ethel Powell were .. Every good wish for

with Eloise were Ernest Douglas send performed the ceremony. hopping in Starke this week. youc happiness ot this
than Howard and Donald Hazen Ros Mrs. Thomas, an attractive brunette -
We realize more Mr. and Mrs. Lem- Brown visit- | Chiistmos Season.
well. Carolyn and Charles Kelley, wore a Navy blue dress oyou
ed friends and relatives near '
ever how much it means to Milton'and Kenneth Matt.'Buster with black accessories. Starke Sunday. W. fore enjoyed the
te
hove the friendship and Betty, Maughn, Eloise and After a brief wedding trip they V post year with you ond
lughy Crosby, Mary Francis will make their home In Brooker. ,
good will of folks like PINE LEVEL ore appreciative of your
you. Hazen, Odeene, Annls and Wright Mrs. Thomas is an employee inHarrison's
Mrs. H. M. MeRa
By
Crosby, Martha Kay and Jimmy Mercantile Store and consideration.
Please accept our sin- Hazen, and Annette Green. Mr. Thomas Is stationed at Camp Elder W. E. Hall filled his appointment .,

thanks and Blandlng. at Pine Level church
cere our good
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and Hart Furniture
last week-end with a large congregation
wishes for a Prosperous daughter :Minnie Lou, were shopping SOCIETY NOTES
In Starke Friday night. Miss Mary McGauley, of Mel- present.
Mrs. T. N. Norman and little
NEW YEAR T. W. Markey and A. L. Green rose, was the dinner guest Sun- -
son, Gerald of Gum Branch Mr.
Jr., were transacting; business In day of Miss Martha Evelyn Mar- Company
and Mrs. H. M. McRae and Mrs.T. .
fm i. Tampa Friday. key.Mrs. B. Hodges were dinner guests
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews and R. Dukes, of Dukes Station -
was visiting Mr. and Mrs.E. .
opened it, and it was a small key.I J. Lewis Saturday.Mrs. .

She was keenly disappointed. At., Roy Green, Miss Agnes
ter a while she took the key In Rhlines, Miss Lubedla Plnholater, ,
hand, with much disgust. She and Mrs. Earl Green were shop-
KOCHDRUG found a tag on It. On the tag ping In Gainesville Monday. ? ,
was written "The key to the doorof Mrs. Getzen Parker and children -
the house of a friend. It is of
Alabama are spending
STORE yours It you t.wish.use." Use it every day Christmas with Mrs. Martha_ Par t THING OF you

A-beautltul symbol. Christmas ker.Mrs.. Earl 'Green Mrs. T. W. s tS
t8-not a time of special gifts, its Markey and Sirs Lee Green were
a time when we'should say shopping in Gainesville Wednesday THIS cms S
this is the key to myself, use me,. afternoon.
when you wish. As we rememberthe Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ratm and
Christmas gift, let us in turn baby, of Ralford. were visitingher
1 f r f offer a prayer to HIm, "Lord, mother, Mrs. J. M. Mott, FOR YOU ,

r rJ rJ Jesus Thou Babe of Bethlehem, Sunday. t1 ii 41 //)E ore wishing you
JJJJsJ.: ) here Is the key to my heart. UseIt Mrs. R. H. Green and daughter YOUR FAMILY.
} every day, every part of It, if Beverly Ann, will spend YOUR FRIENDS heaps of cheer and ,
"
you wish Christmas will then Christmas In Jacksonville as hoping these wishes will bring
become a dally reality.MANUSCRIPT guests of relatives.Mr. .
OUR FRIENDS!
joy day of the
and Mrs. Frank Feagle you every year. i
brings to each of us an COVERS -$1 .
have as their guest the lutter's
appreciation of those fine per 100-BRADFORD COUNTY mother Mrs. Holden, of Plant May your voyage through

friendships and memories rELKGRAl'H. City.Mrs. A Merry the days ahead carry you over

which make life worth living. And sat < Eldon Hardy and Mrs. Christmas ,ls g1TUur pleasant ways to a new and
John | Keene were shopping In
this glad Holiday Season, we exteno Gainesville Saturday! afternoon.Mr. To All r full contentment.

to you our cordial greetings and wish and Mrs. J. W. Kelley and liar

for you both health and happiness CHRISTmAS Mrs. Nora Sapp were visiting CITYBARBER "

throughout all the coming year.BLANDING relatives in Glen St. Mary Sun SHOP

GR TinGS day.Itr and Mrs. E. J. Lewis were and

i visiting Mrs. R.in E Starke Hazen Sunday.and children BRADFORDBARBERSHOP MR. AND MRS. Le J. GREEN

AND were shopping In Gainesville Sat-

urday.
Mrs. Lyon Crosby and Mrs.
lEST WISHESFORA Howard Mott were shopping In

Gainesville Thursday. +eM" tCtC NwM tCtC
Miss Audrey Polk and Miss

itUsTM.15? Fisk Beatrice Cassels were shopping
in Gainesville\ Saturday.
DEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Tilghmanwere
In Jacksonville Saturday. Wishing you a merry Christmas and all happiness in the
Arnold Haddock, of Tallahassee -
CENTER OF New Year and
was visiting friends. here ;

Saturday.Mrs. .
HflppinessBEN Frank Feagle was visit After the holidays may we all be united in the

ing in Gainesville Saturday. common cause of shaking off those foreign banditswho
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Baxter, of<
Baldwin, were recent guests of seek to destroy us and our rights and liberties

.. Mrs. Rob Lewis. which our ancestors through the centuries have
Anyone having new. please
send it to the correspondent on fought for.

([ A Friendly Greeting Monday.
daughter, MarJorie Sue, and little
I call on every citizen of our city to stand together -
SUSLOW'SARMY Betty Boyd, of Jacksonville, were
visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry' and forgetting petty jealousies and misunderstandings -

TOYOU STORE Sunday. pull shoulder to shoulder with one..
Mr. and Mrs. R. Dukes, of:
Dukes Station were guests of object in view;' DEFEAT THE ENEMY. To accomplish
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis recently.
Mrs. W. H. Hinton and children; our purpose we have a hard job ahead but one

Our Friends and CustomersIt's which we will perform, as those before us have

done. Every one of us has a vital part assigned ;

G let's all do our share willingly and cheerfully;

s ro )( on it will not be easy, but we will staunchly carryon

and abide by the orders and requests. of our

great demooratio government which shall and will
haM contributed) so
whose friendly support not perish.

the Season to be friendly, Happy, and greatly during tile past! year, may we extend] Sincerely,

contented may this be your experiencethis a cordial and appreciative thanks. May your

Christmas and every Christmas. Christmas prosperous-be happy and the New Year J( '({ Wttt11frieMayor


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GUY'S MARKETGUY EASTERN AUTO SUPPLYV.


H. SALE S. St. JOHN, Owner


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-A merr CkrittmoAnd -4 Mvppy new Year



TO ALL MY FORMER DEALERS AND CONSUMERS OF COCA-COLA IN BOTTLES


The Holiday Season will be a Happy- One for me in remembering the loyalty and good will you have shown me for many; many years.


t, (Signed) 2> Will C..9oned


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Many,beautiful and useful gifts the Firat.
NBW RIVER .front. tire on their 'automobileblew ;Mra" E,. C. Priest and Mr : T. H. Ocala were recent guests of their VANDERBILT Baptist Church,
'1 n les- out, abput two: mile ',tSbfJPl'CJ'd' { Sheppard.! ; ", parents Mr: and Mrs. Mann and By MU Velmav Norman were distributed to ,th, studentsby 10 terment A. M.was In DYal CIIll
sr et'is Jea.M LasabjrSUCCESSFUL Mrs. Lester Johns. Uttlo 'Gloria Norman who was Saturday,
filling station., CHRISTMAS car left the< road and ''ran. a.:.distance had as their guest this l week their Mrs. Eustace Kelly and 'sons, CHRISTMAS PROGRAMA dressed as Santa Claua. Uon of were under the
PROGRAM of 550 feet before hitting a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Guy Andrews Eustace, Jr.. and Joe. attended large number of the f tudeuts After the program,, those who Dewitt C. Jones!
'
t Tile Christmas program was. a stump and turning over' once. of Raleigh, N. C. Guy services at St. Edward's Catholic of Vanderbilt school put on a attended returned to their homes IN: CIRC '
huge success. The new light The other front tire blew out and had planned to spend the holidays church in Starke Sunday. wonderful Christmas program last reporting a good time and filled : rv.! ITcoj CetgT, BRAD
'4f h q, ,alk were turned on filet before dark.: the wires were burning filling the with his parents, but found Mike and Edward Sheppard, Friday morning: sponsored by the with the Christmas spirit. FIORID"I I' 1

} and the tree decorations were, coup with 'smoke. The boys that he would have only two days both in the U. S. Navy, have notified teachers Mr*. Lois Ms. yes and The Rev. H. M. TUIman. of aoo Betsy, Defendant Olsen, Plaintiff, ?.. POI;
beautiful Each and every child, were hurt badly Seeber sustaining vacation, BO Mrs. Andrews left their parents Mr. and Mrs. Miss Ruth Alvarez, and attendedby Booteey Beach, filled his regular ORDER 04, Pt'RLIr'ATION('a.<. Nn 1 1&
participated in the program in the worse pains, and bruises.,. here Friday to Join him In Raleigh T. H. Sheppard, that they will be the remainder of the student third Sunday appointment with NOTICE TO APPEAR/

various ways, and old Santa arrived His toeth and jaw bone were' for. Christmas. unable to spend' Christmas hereas body and many parents end Water Oak church last week-end. laeo'y 880-i7th11atrectA.:! : 10,..
at a late hour with gifts knocked out of place and his eol- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mooreland, planned.:! friends cf' Vanderbtlt. : pee rHI. You B

for all.CIIt'HCII, lar bone was broken. Albert received of Jacksonville, enjoyed the Baby; Helen Kelly.. has been IIIa The auditorium was lovely with H. Carter Jr.M. February are 2nd.r <,\ull/ ,
minor head and mouth named Court
Christmas program last Thursday few days this week. different kinds of evergreen trees plaintiff and sense, v
(, DATK,CHANGED laceration and a badly bruised night. They were guests of Pvt. W. M. Johns, of Camp and branches secured from near- H. Carter. Jr., five-year-old County Telegraph seek" divorce. lit
rt Church services at. the Long neck. The car was damaged beyond Mrs. Mooreland'a parents, Mr. Blanding, was the week-end guest by woods.' The room was dark- son of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Carter, or'Wit in.next four weedp I
Christian will be my hand ,
Bridge Church repair.Mr. and Mrs G. W. Andrew of-biii. parents, Mr. and Mrs. LIB- ened by shades and beautifully of Starke died at 3:25: A. M. last seal at Slnrk Florida held each third in the th
( Sunday and Mm. Carl Thomas Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Andrewsand ter John! lighted by well-placed electric Friday, Dec. 19, of pneumonia.The comber(OFFICIAL 24tb.HEAL, 194\
Instead of each first Sun >
t ttc L If, month children, Ervin and Maxine, Mrs. E. A. Sapp and daughter, lights and candles to give a lovely funeral was conducted by the Aa Clerk! or "ttld ('ourl.2.21 A. J 'I'
The Rev. W. E. Mln hew have moved Into the Joe Moody
W day. I
spent the week-end In Jackson- Mrs. Robert Ward of Starke, Christmas effect. Rev. A. E. Llghtfoot, pastor. of Io'la.Ralph Atty C. J1"fur"!*lIy! JnckTOni
filled the pulpit Sunday morningand house. Jacksonville Pit.
were shopping In
ville with Mrs. Andrews' mother,
tit't evening. Mrs) Flora Yarborough Is visiting Mrs. Della Thomas. Tuesday.
1, i 4 t 1 1J V AUTOMOBILK ACCIDENT her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs. Grady Kelly, of Eustace Kelly is "tractoi-lng"

), K :E : Seeber and Albert Moody were Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Moody. Mayo, were recent guests of Mrs. his land, getting ready for spring

+ coming home from work at Camp M. O. Dennis of Fort White, Maggie Kelly. planting. THE SEASON'S CHEER
Blandlng Saturday afternoon and Is visiting hW two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Mann, of Mrs. Arthur Wilbur, of Lake
I Butler, was visiting her parents,
I Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner, re-

PALACE Jacksonville Fla. cently.Mr. TO EVERYBODYTo
THEATRE and Mrs Earl Kirby are i w

4 Days-THURSDAY thru SUNDAY, DISC.!: 75-20-27-28 enjoying a visit from Mr. Kirby's
' father, who lives In South Carolina
A Stage Full of Sizzling'' Rhythm, Eye-appealing Beautiful I our many friends and customers-thSeason's ,

4 Girls and Nonsensical Comedians! Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wigginswere
best wishes for and
; in Jacksonville\ Wednesday joy happiness.By .
No. Advance In Prices-M t..S5o-Kye...4 _CbIld. lOo .(plus tax) alshirl9
:
C,i Mrs. Nora Sapp and Mrs. J. W. thoughtfulness have
your you helped
1 '. 'pt1a The Very Flnext Entertainment In This Sectionof Florida' Kelly and baby, Judy of Brooker, to

PLAN NOW TO COMB KARLVIS44 I attended services at Long Bridge make our Christmas a merry one and we
jl .Sunday and were dinner guests l
wish the for
of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp. *' A some you.
t i.r Mr and Mrs. Robert Ward, of

i.u Starke attended cl.urch at Long IS1'itlq,

t! Bridge Sunday evening.

.
AND
.
,
a, rq and Mrs. George B, Flynn Sed 'kI14I..4
M.dnight I +r.. :were burglarized Sunday night at
home back of the y
their just
FOR THIN
W. (end yea .Uc ra tad
; ri M. C. A. on West Jefferson street.

Manhattan hearty reetiaft, full of They lost six sheets, eight pillow < i Ckrittnus ckeer. far each cases, 6 or 8 pint jars of pre-i

vt1 of ,yo And w* add foodwtiHe serves and a two-gallon kerosenecan I ECONOMY SERVICE CO.
nearly full of oil, Mrs. Flynn .
for hppa!
'roperity' during the an According to Mrs Flynn the PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL

; <..rte MMtlif.. I thief entered through the back Nick and Jerry
c cay screen tdoor which was either left ./ M.' BAI TON.. &: SON
", _
=ON ,THE SCREENA S1ARKE ICESCOMPANY I unlatched or was opened from : .1 ...4.. -" ,
I the outside. All ot. the above- -,. '.
Nation :In Arms, Fighting for Fr-Iom.'Home, Lives named r..rUcie were on the back,.
'
porch she stated, and the only ,
DON AMECIIE JOAN BENNETT in w L,. WALL, Owner reason the thief did not enter .

the main part of the house was
"CONFIRM OR DENY"a i I because,.the door was locked. The

d I theft occurred sometime; after 10 ,
o'clock P. M., she said. The police ,
have no clue as yet.


FtUn0U8 F F CLASSIFIED"WANTED '
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-Cotton rags. Must be .All of Tc0'A? 0RON

clean and without buttons.
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Bradford County Telegraph. tf

i4 ihk
WOOD FOR SALE-Full cord fat
1
pine turpentine faces and oak
+14"'l $8 delivered. Just drop me a \

r card.-L.. A. Brown, Brooker, lJ s

It ,,-. ..' FU. 12-5 5tp ,.. All of
: :
'. FOR RENT-Furnished cottage,

2 bedrooms adults, $30 per
? I month. Also 3-room furnished

w# n .. ,. apartment with bathroom and
lights, adults, $30 per month.-
( ''i r Mrs L.. M. Clark, 1 1-2 miles

out East Call street, Starke. tf

ACE HUNTER, colored, is no
longer a solicitor for the Starke Q, Q

Dry Cleaners and Laundry, and I 0
I we are not responsible\ for any o Ga
thing picked up by him. Starke
0000 0p
Dry Cleaners. It


WANTED Middle-aged woman 4
Ir
mm CHRISTmAS S
(white preferred) for light
No. 12. W N A T .WAS
housework and of two
care
In the earlNE 7 part. a.the. 19th oo
i LOH6EST WAIIN Ceatary disaffected bands ..tI before children. Apply' 317 E. Call o o a
noon. Itp
I usToin I Creek Indians settled la Florida. and

Known...tlt. Seminoles, they were HOUSE!; FOR RENT-Lake front .
soon engaged in war with the house! for rent on Lake Genevaat

I. United State' Eager to retain their held. Keystone Heights with 100- QQO QQ
I foot water front. Completely H HflPPy nflll yERR R .
lacs, some did not migrate with other furnished, tile bathroom. Inner-

tribes to Oklahoma. They banded IInt.4 w spring mattresses. Reasonablerent. 0

i against Andrew "Jackson.This first !iemInole ';' .' Inquire of owner 115
'Indian War In 1818 / Union street, Gainesville Fla., 0%

was,not'llaslly settled phone 132.. ltp '

nntll. treaty' in 19S7 I ; FEMALE HELP WANTEDRe'fined .
. .-
,... ',- "" .. white lady wanted to run kindnesses that
.. ""', os.I. And may,we add our sincere thanks for the many
household for family. Good
opportunity -
...\I..,.: ,, .. .'01; n.n.lace for right person. As you have shown us in the past. :
( part of compensation can furnish -
t Hut's anotfi rflWMyen\ \ outfit to keewV ''as'' '# 1 y Mr z separate and comfortable Because of your consideration the past year has been an enjoyable

'\\I...t! ) <1 OF 'III living quarters for her and oth I in which have had the confidence and esteem oj/ .-
4' t I : .EVEETEMF40XJ.' ( er members, of her family. 523 experience, one we '

M 1 5\\ JAX Brewing Company has voluntarily N. 9th St.. Gainesville, Fla. the people whom-ive serve. We only hope that we mar continue to

11. ,subscribed for the purchase of Phone 1137-J Itp merit your good will and patronage so that our policy of friendly*
! rl1 1 HOUSEK EPER.WANTED"O; .
k helpful service to all may be maintained.
a U S. Defense Bond. We're mighty live on premises. Must be un-
encumbered and competentcook.
proud of the loyalenthusiastic support Inquire 1245 West University -
Avenue at Gainesvilleor

1 our company is providing at this time! i ,l telephone 1490-W. Itp S. R. JOHNS & SONSCARL

JAX BREWING COMPANY t .HELP WANTED-Male or female -
I white or' colored, to take
.'ijfli JACKSONVILLE FLOIIIAV' $ ,, S iS<fLV1 tI. care of 400 young chicks being JOHNS Owner

'" raised for fryers. Must understand -
&>
$&3 SgA I
chicken business. Call at
I. > *** f- %r', J lit If IIMf"
: "* /f jfcf i \f.*.!>& ,_ j tiyif Gut-ton Grill. Starke. It


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5.X DEC 261941' .

FEATURE SECTION
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Kathleen Norris Says :: .



You ,Should Spoil Your Family BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 1


(BeU Syndioate-WNU Service.) .

6TARHE W"WItIDA FlU))"Y, IWCRMBER: 28, 1941 I


,i : ''I ( Dogs of War' Controlled by Radio Red Cross 50-Million-Dollar Drive


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,1e00; g s w WASHINGTON

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Washington D. C (NWNS)-With
16v
all major news reports both in

newspapers and over the radio, concerned
lrf'
tom U /ssli .. almost entirely with the
M'T. s tawThis
progress of tho war-and with the
W people Interested In little else but
p"
, the war-Ieal.latlon which would
three week ago have been considered
''Ir of vital Interest to all of us Is

IleI I w now being, passed over as unlm-
portnnt.

h. 7- 1 1L Bole In congress and suggestion

President Roosevelt Is shown as he !Insued his proclamation setting by government officials, which
new "
apparel for "defense dogs, shown It mad Its debut might
1t aa result In freezing of
1n a in Los Angeles, consist of up a Red Cross War' Fund campaign for the raising of f30.000.000. Members wages.
a
head-phonna. Invented harness-pac housing radio eaUpment and of the Red Cross In various hold uniform presented tho President In drastic price control. In curb
Us cempaalon short-wave by dog trainer Carl Spill, the equipment wills with their latest poster as he asked V. S. citizens to make an overwhelming on the freedom of both capital and
broadcasting unit ei.aul.s reroute control success of the new drive. labor and In soaring taxes are all
coiHinands to be
given to
war dogs while
under
fire. relegated to the background so far
a as public opinion Is concerned
as
Training Crews for Armed Merchantmen we center all attention on the new
from Japan, from Russia and from

e Oa&49iAuthor .Europe.For one thing the public Is now

willing to leave everything In the
:
r? s hands of President Roosevelt and la

glad to have him go as far as ha
wishes In using his full dictatorial
r
cf "How to Win Friend powers under.our war status. Right
F2i
now there Is greater unity behindthe

and Influence Peopte." l President than there probably
has ever been behind the head of
any Democratic nation. Republl-
cans, as well as Democrats, will
A wife told me once that when her husband Maid la her, early in their married no longer listen to criticism of the
life, "I never heard you lay e cheap or mean thing about anyone," the made up r eM President and his policies. They
her mind that he never would all realize that the future of America
FROM MATHEMATICS TO MUSICA it'in his hands-that our best

By KATHLEEN NORRISDo hope for victory Is In following his
WE NEED LOVE NOW few years ago there was a student in arithmetic at dictates without question.
YOU spoil your family the Cutter school, 20 East 50th Street, New York, who was This attitude might be limited
? You should. These With the world apparently in mathematics actions In regard to war except for
poor when he he
; got to algebra, was
going to pieces around us, we the fact that practically every governmental .
terrible times _
need love than stumped. He stayed in the same class three years. You 1 action and every bill introduced
when we need everything that now more ever. can imagine his mixed feelings of self-reproach and humili- ('V into congress has a "war
And Kathleen Norris believes "
love can do for us; ve need to that ation. He was such a poor student that his teacher called I Ir angle./
family Discussion the
"ipolling" at held
'hold on to love to go on believing just means loving your them, giving him into his office; and, after a talk, advised him to give here of leaders of capital meeting and labor,

in it. And spoiling is them a little more, rather up mathematics. The boy leaped at the chance.On which In ordinary times would probably .
the other hand, the boy had a great love for music- ) rt have been one long fight
love.
than a little less, attention the showed clearly the desire of both
passion of his life. that had
Anything to do with music
Love fulfills the law. It is all than necessary and trying to thrilled him. groups to put their personal benefits

that human hearts need. A give them what they want, not n t In the background In order to make
That night as he was putting aside his algebra book for whatever sacrifices are necessary
what them
man may be rich, popular, you want to want. ever, he came to a realization of something which changed Looking down from the elr_'. nest towards the bow of the U. 8. 8. to perform a miracle of production.

young, successful. But.if his No one can be reallyhappy the course of his life. It the arithmetical Dubuque now being used to train gun crews for U. 8. armed merchant To both groups, as well as to all
love and the was ratios and In Is tinder and about government officials it Is obvious
without poor men. foreground a range crews are pictured ,
wife doesn't love him he can'tpossibly man who has an adoring wifeis the intervals of musical harmony. One was seen by the Iwo slim deadly I guns similar te those now being pot eri merchant that the eyes ol the nation are on

be a happy man. He the eye; the other heard as a sound. There was a picture of it hips. With war en, these merchantmen now have mean. of hitting back. production and anything which Interferes .
to' far richer than man of in the book and the with It wlU be consideredan
think he 'can win hap- boy looked long and hard. And right -
may
means whose wife regards her act 1)1.treason.. Public opinionIs
piness by divorcing? his wife, marriage to him merely-as a .then and-there was born his first ''glimmer of interest in Massed Flags on Bill of Rights Day far too strong on this subject

making a highly satisfactory"arrangement stepping stone to social success. mathematics. Right then and there it was hooked up with "" '" for any individual or group to dare
something he was interested in-music.- Why! Figureswere \ delay production.
HU" ;
for his children, And the happy man or ;,,,; Doubts .. to the strength of our
related to the most in the world- )
fascinating thing #
finding a more affectionatewoman. woman is prepared to face an music. ". army and navy and our ability to
uncertain with the produce faster than our enemies
But nine times out of future
The boy's name was Forrest V. Coffin have disappeared. Although we
ten he marries exactly the hope and courage that only have met some disappointments,
He sat all rid
love can give them. up night working on the figures he had once f ft our military machine already has
same type of woman, just as hated. Mathematics, for the first time, touched his life. shown that It Is well equipped and

cold and calculating as the He started in to find out all the intervals possible in has the best morale of any forceIn
first. So that doesn't work. Here Is a letter that may have a harmony and in all the different pitches used since Pythagoras' it- 1 rr the world.It .
suggestion in it for some wives. It :
also
Is clear that the administration
Another be poor. He famous "string nodes" in Greece. He was en-
man may comes from a Chicago husband; he here has done a remarkableJob
may not be a great success In business. Is 40, the wife two years younger; thralled; he lived in a world of figures and mathematics.He in planning for war and has

Other men I may be stepped they have two small boys. loved figures so much that he started in to determinethe the answer ready to meet any con

up over his head, and there may be "Marie Is a fine cook and a good hour-angle, direction and altitude of the sun, moon and tingency. Congress giving the administration .

doctors' bills and filial obligations manager," he writes, "and we own stars for every minute in the day and for every day in the 100 per cent support in
rushing through legislation which is
always ready to 'Jeopardize the budget our small home. The boys go to year, and for each degree of latitude around the world.It essential for the carrying out of
But U In his little house there is
public school; we can pay our bills was a colossal task. He made five million calculationsin R I plans. The rapidity with which it
abundance of loving; children racing and though wife Is pretty muchof pasted legislation selec
my permit
seven years. It took 70 volumes of 140 each to
to meet him; an old mother smilIng a home body we do coax her out pages tees to be sent to foreign soil Is
as she puts the forks and glasseson to picnics or movies now and then. contain the figures. He became so expert he could tell the typical of the co-operation which

the supper table; a sweet woman But she's so darned b-l-u-e! And I time without a watch, he could survey land without a can be expected from congress
and could determine the direction and distance 1 from now on. Partisanship went
turning from' the' gas stove for his don't know what to do about it. compass, sA

homecoming kiss that man is rich. "She sits silent at the table, sometimes between all places on the earth's surface without compli- out dropped the Its window first bomb the day in Hawaii Japan

Must Be Preserved. sighing Or if she quotes a cated hieroglyphics and trigonometry. He boiled all this All plans of congress and Its committees -

Love Is no accident' It' is life's headline It's always a depressing down into a survey which will help physicists, surveyors, *1> are aimed at winning the

Inexhaustible miracle. But it has one' When she sends the boys off to navigators and aviators.He J ,.'." a war but neither congress nor the

to be preserved, held sacred. Whena school she says Jim is Just like her was changed by one thing from a helpless blunder seF' .: tibt .5d Importance administration of are preserving losing sight all thatIs of

woman regards her marriage as father completely irresponsible, and ing arithmetic-flunker into a mathematical wizard by hook- ... .....tiIJ possible of our democratic way

merely a springboard to social success that she hopes Ned Isn't starting ing up something he hated and did not understand to As the nation celebrated Bill of Rights day the above photographwas of life and our high standard of !living

clothes, entertainment flirtations another cold. The Brown's are los something he loved. Mathematics to music. In additionto taken In New York city, scene of the larajmt gathering It Is .a viewof This was aptly expressed by

-sham ,is the sham gold she ing their lovely place; they think all this his interest in living was doubled trebled. Thisis the great section of masked flags that formed a striking part of the Representative Doughton, chairmanof
Pays for her improved position. But what Anna has is cancer; !it looks as ceremony at City Hall. Mayor LaGuardla civilian defense director the ways and means committeeof
when it Is real marriage, when the If Harry and Margaret were going toget an example you can apply to yourself. If you have addressed this meeting. the house, who. In discussingnew
do find how related taxes for 1942. said:
wife feels that, having chosen she a divorce. something to it is to something you

has sealed her fate, she puts real "Customarily my wife begins the like to do. It may change your life Just as it did for I basic"We mutt principles preserve, and our warm cherished the

love into it. And the difference is day on a long groan. While I'm Forrest V. Coffin. : hearts of our men who fight by
:1 RED CROSS AIDS ARMY MORALE I
that between the poles. half-asleep I hear her 'Oh dear keeping the home Ores burning to>

Spoiling his family means, for a Tuesday againl! I ought to see Ma Knox Reports Two-Man Sub the end to that they will have something -
come back to after the war
man, sometimes to consider their bel; she's been home a week. Oh, II won and over, the right of democratic .
Point of view; to try to put himself dear that means we ought to ask r fawe.or..wr +wwwg:7 peoples to live and move and

Into his wife's place. Into his chil them here, and the rug isn't back. ,.. have their being In a free world
dren's places, and think of what You never can trust those people. "We will make any sacrifice we
They want from him; what would Oh rain again. No wonder the children are" called upon to make, but we

make them happy. Instead of mere- get colds,Now I suppose eggs c must carry on business and production .
ly shoving his hand into his pocketand will go up. I hate and despise this not In the usual way but to
the highest point of volume and efficiency
giving her some money, let sort of a day. I'm afraid you're going z In both civilian and military

him add a little sympathetic Interest to have a stupid birthday, dear. production. Certainly the congress

to the money. .Just saying, I hate to go to the bother of making must enact a new tax bill to get

"Don't you get awfully tired cater. a cake because you're on a diet more money, just as much as we

ill, to us, Mary?" or ,"I notice Mum and it's bad for the boys, and 1don't can get without dislocating our nalonal -
"
my isn't getting much out of that know what to give you-I'd so economy
tor much rather you'd pick yourself a No one here considers It possible
herself will make her heart fly
that the war can be lost but there
up like a bird.A present.' are a great variety of opinions aa
wife told me once that when WUe Is Not Well. :r- to the time it will take to put Hitler

her husband said to her, early In "This goes on Indefinitely and I'm 4fiNyttv( Ie Co. out of business., The estimates

their married life, "I never heard sure its bad for all of us." the let F r, I vary from two to ten year.
bout three the
being
average.
you say a cheap or mean thing !
ter ends "Will you make a suggestion ay Interesting statistics are coming
about anyone: darling,"" she quleUy that may cheer good, kind. to light to show the superiority of<<
made up her 20-year-old mind that devoted wife? And thanks !in ad. the Allies over the Axis. Among the
he never would. To have Dad take t ,
vance. Jay Bee. most Interesting figures which
a tender Interest in a small boy's Well, my first suggestion "Jay should Indicate the eventual !hopeeisness -

homework or say sympathetically: Bee," is that your wife lint well. # e eP of the Axis alms, are the
"What figures on area and population of the
can I do to keep you from She's showing every symptom of ( chief warring These show
powers.
"
>worrying insure about that. Mummy: ? Iso sluggish Insldes. I know this isn't Secretary ef Navy Anex la pictured Announcement has been made of hat the area covered by Allied nations .
happiness to one woman either a romantic or a popular solution as be left the White House the sinking of a two-man aubmarlne Is over 30,000.000 square miles
anyway. but if she can get her systemto after reporting to the President on by a U. 8. destroyer. during the and that of the Axis nations is less
Avoid, Lamentations.The working perfectly, her spirits will his personal Inspection trip of Hawaiian lap raid' on Hawaii. One of this i than 1.000.000 square miles. Even

wife's job of spoiling the family rise with every mile she walks naval bases. Ills report type Is shown above.HOT more conclusive is the Allied popu-
latlon of
means kind. Not It is almost Impossible to be depressed told of the sinking -of six. U. 8. figures over 1000000.000
only being loss of 1,897 livesIn .s compared with the total Axis
the
and SPOT
nervous not critical, not eager to if one Is (In really good warships population of slightly over 230,000-:
first attack.CIlL'RCHIlf.
I the
retail all the bad, depressing, frightening health. Just utter ireUness, such ss Burglars who tried to crack a 000.
news possible at the end of small children sometimes feel. Then
safe the Chicago Furniture
STALIN at
TO
the day. but no future seems alarming, and no
ahead
looking serenely the Mart Building found themselves | Rd Cross workers are on the Job 'In all Army and Navy cantos end KOVPIT I-AHOr.IA-: AKID
to better but a Joy. and Minister Winston ChurchIll
anything
duty Prime
tunes, and unafraid to .
go in a hot spot. Firemen who were stations throughout the country to assist' In the Important task of maintaining
forward. It Is an absolute duty for whole world sings. Rain is a miracle sent "cordial greeting to called to extinguish a blaze In:, morale.' Above, as Army filer leaves unfinished persons! matters Egypt; hat an area of 383,000

us all to refrain from lamentations snow a breath-taking delight, Joseph Stalin yesterday on the found burglar tools for the R.d Cross field director to take ear of whll. h. embarks on an square miles, but, due to Its lack
the building
and vain regrets now; to keep up and the power and opportunity Soviet Premier's 62nd birthday emergency flloht across country. The' Red Cross 'Is the official' means of
our' one's beloved ones an lying beside a safe on the first between and their families home. ot moisture, only 12,000 square
hearts; not to cry until we're serve own anniversary a B.1 tlsh spokesman communication aervlee men back
hurt unending, 20;/. I disclosed today. floor. I I mile are under cultivation.



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but the Japs never wtu ,
Occidentals -
80 votes cast -b
nluI ""ftoT"!! 1917 there were
h ALARM .7 New YorkI In the house of representatives and this falling will doubtless cost Exercise for
at thay have Lazy People
with them the nice fat empire
declaration of war
t fi happened to be la the middle Ul.'le ( A'1rE'I'I I'I against a December e. 1941 if been building up for so many years.So When the alarm clock goer Olt
On do
of Times square for New Yorkcity's Germany. house bad been while the low blow may have :you feel like muttering, "011, bow!
first air raid alarm. a vote in that same with Japan caused us Intense pain for the mo hate to get up" in the Ii.
PEACE
1, :, I didn't know I was being warned r taken for or against war have ment, It electrified 'AmerlcannaUon1n Most 01 us do. We llay rnornlni'l'under

,1n1J 4yr' about an air raid but I read about there would probably"against"On just one little daIntothe : coven until the last minute the

it in the newspapers later In the / been 300 or more votes most deadly menace which yawn our way through bathing end
t afternoon. When the alarm sound December 8-there was only one of dressing only halt snit
had roams the earth today. A thing aware of
if vote
what
ed, which I didn't hear. I was sitting lonely "nay. And a incomparable strength once its w. are doingr It takes
in restaurant at the H been cast by the hundred and thirty; ,. for us to quite a
a corner r spirit is aroused. AND HOW IT "get going" '
it would doubtless Exer
Americans
million ,
of else is the
: Forty-second street and Broadway t- best eye
: '. ( ratio. HAS BEEN AROUSEDI opener In the
In this same
been
which is the busiest spot la the have We will have dreadful net-back world but we need wW
biggest city in the world. It was a fancy blow which the hop out ot bed and power to
The other side has the go
at first.
'+NC't' a I did hear a couple of police cars Japs struck: at the beginning of the of being the attacker.We daily dozen. However, the through 81
advantage ones
below the belt. air.
going by blowing sirens but I've .h1VTy first round and well en below are
.
r will have some bitter pills to especially good
\ have beena foe
But it turned what might
never been In the center of Times sleepy heads because
Into
swallow before get fully they
luke Uncle Samuel Into a we caD be
square without hearing them. They: P -' warm haveto done right In bed. Try them
fighting fury. The cost to us may our stride; but every time we Iomor,
are so common there that nobody: row morning
bothers J.. be terribly heavy in ships and men gulp one down. let us remember I
to look out of the window. / and Lying Hat on your back !
and strategic advantages-but it a few fundamental things raise
The city take for ,1 left
people granted your leg
; the noise is just a couple of policemen 1 ': )(, would have to be heavier than anything the pills won't taste so bad. Clasp e g swith botyouhands
W ll Our are limit-
aR First: resources
to counterbalance
Imagine
firemen we can
or on their to around the ankle
way
; then
r r of the allow
O t less. Japan'lt-and those the
lunch. I 9' the effects of the instantaneous leg to come back to
the
Later when I went out on the : ,/ solidification of the people of whole Axis for that matter-time may position while you rub with starting

street I was aware that somethingwas /avl 1 this giant nation. It may sound ex- be dangerously low and every hands until the leg both

) rr going on. There seemed to be i .. t travagant to say-but that dirty they move to acquire new material the thigh 11 Wl5 &M
>
I a lot of extra policemen around blow helped us a long way on our supplies it will coat them dearly Repeat? ten retched? ,

and there was a general air of tenseness E road to victory. as has been the case In Russia. movement as completed counting each

among the people. Newspapers ito The Oriental will never understand Second: Our assembly lines are hands reach the thigh. when the

K K1't were out saying: that planes the Occidental and vice really "putting them out" now, as same exercise this time Repeat the

had been sighted 200 miles off the versa: and strangely enough the Mr. Knudsen has announced and right lea. raising the
,4
of may before long pass ,the output! ,
{ coast and radios were broadcalt.in. German also seems Incapable Lying flat on your back
body
'1 ,.Y S r rumors that planes were approaching grasping the psychology of his fel of the entire Axis relaxed raise the left
t 1 Boston. low-Occidentals. Germany might Third: The American makes the straight, clasping it at the arm up

But nobody knew quite what very possibly have won the first finest fighter of any nation in the 'with the right hand, stroke dowT.wrist

ek do about It, so they stood around World war if their complete Insensibility world. That Is a big boast,. but ward toward the left shoulder :Repeat

watching each other for a while to other people's feelings had anyone who knows his "history of ten tunes, then raise the right-

and then all went back to work. not driven the United States into war" will confirm It. I arm and repeat the
that war. and now their ruthless Fourth: We have a Leader who is [ with the left hand.exercise rubbing -

SHELTERS none bombings of civilian population in experienced In war and who isn't d

Two hours after the New York air England has galvanized that nation afraid of hell or high water and

''hv raid warning of December 9, It was f'n We into a far more dangerous threat to whom the vast majority of Americans

announced that It was a false Germany than it had been prior to will trust In just this sort of

p ltibr alarm. But false alarm or not,. it those events. They should understand situation as they would probably Federal

;
1'' New Yorkers would act when it

) ; t. was What the they real would thing. do-and' there'sno r f UNCLE SAM'S HIMSELF AGAIN I I Land BankFarms

question( about it-Is stand SIX I
', i around and watch. They have always By H. I. PHILLIPS 1

: done that-whether it Is to

p Il'd lot s building watch a hole a man being selling dug toy for puppies a new INCHSERMON The double-talk is I over The fictions and IV the fables

on the sidewalk or a couple of The platitudes are sunk Have disappeared from view;

shooting it out with the gangsters po Discarded are the postures, At last I know my false friends Known as O. O. Annis

lice.of them If bombs started falling, some A Exploded spade's a Js spade the bunk precisely.; The And oily know ways the straight have ended.and true; Place. On Highway Bet-
might decide for
n air raid shelters-but !If to they run had Now truth Is at the bat; All sentiment I doff tween Law and
Starke.
_ decided to do that during the first There's And I been am glad a big of that unmasking And I'm now running in air"BLINKERS thaf bracing OFF." 81 Acres.ley Dwelling and
air raid alarm none would have
REV. ROBERT H. HARPER!
known where to run. L "" > rfl Lots of Outbuildings
'nO n
V
tit I For there are no air raid shelters The hidden knife

In the biggest city in the world. .. The grin is now is a flashing leer. There AU are no catlike purrlngv.

ally, Congress wouldn't pass a bill supplying The Chrlttian't Hop. And now I get a picture Gone Is subterfuge the soft is sly out music-

1t'f the funds when Mayor La- Lt. lor December Hi John Its That's sharp and clear Known Edwards
on very ; Its good to Jump and shout! as Farm.
Guardia asked for the money and l-6t Revelation Sit 15. The conversations
the city-apparently has done noth sleazy The double-cross I. spotted 5 miles NW of Starke. 100
Are done for finally And
with its
Golden Text John 14t. brand
proper
ing funds.to build shelters out of its own In the upper room Jesus comforted Which to my: way of thinking, And boy. is it refreshing acres, 30 acres cleared

the disciples with words of Is quite a break for me. To, know just WHERE I stand!
balance in woods. One
SCOFFERS .' fools. assurance concerning the after life. ? .

The most Important thing about In due time he would come again The air's m VIA house and other outt .
no longer fetid
the air raid alarm in New York and receive them into the house of tar i' With plottlngs and deceit; And rattle's when now I hear a rattle its shake_,' ,: ,: buildings.
mansions and he said that
and the sight of Japanese many No J"
planes smiling double-erossers I know
over San Francisco was that it he is the way to that blessed place, Are striking poses sweet; But quite I it's no a canary rattlesnake, I

electrified the people of the nation the truth and the life. This Is hew Detroit's'defense' werkera feel about war production. The fog of deep pretendings The sickening malarkey; "

Into the realization that ..it can happen John write of the river of life Tale pbote'...&'1. at Ford's airplane engine plant shows workers In Has lifted; gone's the sham .. Is down the kitchen drain Sold

here." and the throne of God. There will crank-case department' with a"..raIDar.. lip posted In their department.Mexico's And after many seasons And I'm no trusting Boy Scout .

Scoffers can no longer get away be no "blackouts" the celestial I know just where I ami I'm UNCLE SAM AGAIN
with scoffing. Americans realize. city for God shall give his people In and leaned by that certain leasa On Long Terms
light and none shall reproach to Stand of D. C. Klnlaw to Raid plaintiff Unknown. 194EI
in
every city and hamlet of the nation
molest and destroy. dated March SI, 1837. BO that the You are required to appear on (OFFICIAL SEAL! ) A.:1.: Thomaa
that we are In danger-and We do not discount the value of demised premises. ehall consist of January ith, 1942. In the above A. Clerk of .Bald Court. IS-I /titChar. -/ and
II anyone: who tries to belittle that the the easterly 64 feet of Lot Band named Court and cause, wherein R. Hess, Jacksonville, Fla
fact Is now considered a fooL co.palln this present life when the easterly 44 feet of the North plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford Atty. for PJf.iv .
Following the air raid alarm in we look toward the perfect life. HaJf of Lot 9, In Block 19, Temple's ounty Telegraph shall publish this Low Interest
Persecuted Christians in the long Addition to the Town of Starke. Order In next four weekly Issues
New York I talked on the phone to Florida and the appurtenances, Witness my hand and official seal. : cinriTir cotrRT. BRADFORD
were strengthened the Christian's
ago by
,a woman In a small town In New said land and appurtenances being at Stark... Fla, this December 8, COUNTY FLORIDA| IN CHAN
Jersey. She said she had felt certain hope of a better world. And the Involved and proceeded ls41. > CKHY.'
the present has evil enough to lead against, In said cause, and In'' (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J Thomas Sally Daughenbaugh Plaintiff, FARMS
the night before that she beard men to for unending well- said suit the plaintiff also seeks to As Clerk of said Court. 13-6 tt 1t-2S vs Charted DaughenbauKh, Defen LOOK THESE
r
f, ptanes and an explosion. She had tong\ enjoin I the defendants from molest : Chas R. Mesa, Jacksonville Fla. dent Case No 1828.
called the police to check upand.to being. log said nlalnllff. In the possession Atty. for Pit. ORDER OF PUBLICATION OVER AND SEE OR
be the safe asked whatto In bereavement 'tis comfort to of laid premuea: duringthe term AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
on side look beyond the night to that radiant of said lease or any rerenewalor STATE OF FLORIDA to: Charles WRITE
do in case of an air raid. The extension thereof IV DaUKhenbaugh of M e a I d vi
L morn when "those angel faces CIWCt'IT CO17RT. BRADFORD lie
policeman who answered the phone smile" which "have loved WITNESS my hand and the seal COIIVTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCKHV: Pennsylvania
laughed at her and told her the we long of this Court this 16th day of December Amedeo Hlvano. Plaintiff, va You are required to appear on
since, and lost awhile" When we A. D. Fmmr Hlvano. January 5th, 1942 In the above
best thing to do was to back to 1941. Murrnnl Defendant.: R. W. Bryan
go like the prophet, climb our tower (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas. Cane. No. 16S3. 0 named Court and cause, wherein
1' l lI bed. and wait for the answer to the riddle Clerk of the Circuit Court, Brad- ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND plaintiff seeks d h feU.JI: 'td
But following that air raid alarm of the mighty' ford County Florida 12-19 4t I.' NOTICE TO APPEAR County Telegraph this S.
I h and the merciless 402 E. Main St.
n, the same policeman would probably STATE OF FLORIDA to: Emma Order In next four weekly ..su....

check up on her report or would trampling comes in looking the weak.beyond the assurance ghastly COUTV iv CIRCUIT FLORIDA COVRT. BRADFORD la Murronl car of Hlvano Agostlna, whose Murronl residence, Porto at Witness Starke,my Fla..hand this and 28th.official day seal of i P. O. Box 32
immediately get himself: into trou IN CIIAI'ERYylv..ter November, 1941.
battlefields the Bcuno Province of
: ashes of cities Casllarl, Italy.
ble. The day before the New York P. Konre Plaintiff. vs You are (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
and required to Gainesville Fla.
the uncounted graves of the Florence I>o Fonce, Defendant. appear on As Clerk of
"air raid" January 6th Bald Court. 12-5 4t ,
1942 12-26
easterners In
were so complacent slain Cane No 1864 the above
to a land of eternal Sam B. Wilson
peace 114E" named Court and Jacksonville FaL
cause, wherein
that they wouldn't take any ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND
_ where we shall know many things i" NOTICE TO plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Atty. for Pit.
APPEAR
reports seriously. But now they are '
I beyond our present solving. Looking It; ,. t. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Florence County Telegraph shall publish this
ready for the real and there Order In .
thing- Into the wondrous vacancy of ., '.',, De Fonce, who. residence la next four weekly Issues.
I .. ..... > Witness
hand
are few people on the East or Welt the empty tomb we come into .. Unknown.You my and official seal
anew .
coast whose hearts don't miss a I "" { are required to appear on at Starke Fla, this Dec, 6. 1841.

h beat when they hear the droning of I, sense that of will the outlive dignity the of worlds.a personality : President Avlla Camacho speaks named January Court 6th. and 1942, cause In the wherein above Aa( F I LAfS.i:; .r)Court A J.6-1S Thomas 4t 1-3,,

11; a plane overhead.GENERALS Then may the thoughts of the latest to the entire world by radio and defines seeks divorce, Bradford Walter C. Hardesty. Daytona
Beach
County Fla
faithIt : celebration of our Lord's birth remain I Mexico's position following the Telegraph shall publish thl. Atty. for Plf.iv .
Order In
next four weekly lusuea.
with us to lead us to daily Jap attack on the U. 8. Military Witness. f'NR1F7YDo
lei-I my hand and official rmcrrr '
hardly seems possible yet that lowship with Him chiefs stand behind him. Mexico seal coi RT. BRADFORD.
who
f is our at Htarke .'I...., this Dec, 6, 1941. COUNTY' FLORIDA, IV (,..AN.
y the Germans or Japanese could has broken off diplomatic relations (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A J. Thomas., ,
Jockey their air force into a position with the Axis pow en. Aa Clerk of said Court 6.11t 1-1. Louise Oasklll, Plaintiff vs. Floyd
f, ht where they could do serious Hero's Widow V. E. Knowl.... Atty. for Plf. Qasklll Defendant Cnse No USD
ORDER OF
military damage In this country.: County Telegraph shall publish AND NOTICE PUBLICATION
1 1f But it is quite probable that the thin. Order in next four weekly Is_ IV: CIHCl'IT' COtRT. BRADFORD STATE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to Floyd

Axis powers figure that a few uert.Witness hand routine.' FLORIDA IN CHAN- Oasklll, whose residence Is 111
my and 1 official tKHV.
"scare" bombs dropped on our cities real : Stark. Florida, this December ) Stacy A. Doug-lass, Plaintiff' vs Water You Street, Norfolk, 'Virginia where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are
are

people the would of be our enough country to Insist make that the An(OFFICIAL Clerk 15.of 141.said SEAL Court.A. 1J-19-4I-1-8 J. Thomas No Mary 1 C.UOHDKR. Dousriaaa; OF PUBLICATION, Defendant. Case; January named Court 6th.required and 1IM2', cause In to the appear, wherein above on or certificates.given away with every $40 In trade"t

government stop shipping arma- El] M. Norton Jacksonville Fla: AND NOTICE TO APPEAR County plaintiff Telegraph weeks. divorce Bradford. Are Redeemed '$
ments abroad and keep them all Atty. for Pit. STATE OF FLORIDA to Mary Order In shall publish this

for our own use. C Unknown.. Doug-lass, whose residence Is Witness next mv hand four and weekly official Issues.seat. Ina.. It SMITH'S GARAGE

many It would of our be a people natural to reaction make this of ,e r w.rr7M COl IV 'rn'CI'IT NTV. F1.OHII(OVKT.''1 BRADFORD at As(OFFICIAL Starke Clerk of Fit.SEAL.. this) A.Deo J., Thomas 6. 1941. You Chooee STARKE FLORIDA

demand on the President. Probably Ralph A. Snow' Plaintiff. VII. Maude named Court and cause, whereli V. E. aald Court 6-12 4t. 1-3
many have olTered this sugges C. Snow; Defendant. Cane No, 1978. plaintiff seeks divorce. Brarlfnri Knowlea. Atty. for Pit.
ton already. ORDER OK PUHI..10ATION AND County Telegraph shall publish -
It therefore NOTK-B] TO APPEAR this Order In next four weekly iv: CIRCUIT rorrT. BRADFORD
important that
7< seems STATE '
) OF FLORIDA to Maud Issues COI'Y'rY. FLOIUJAl IV: CHAV.
the people of this country should I/ I C. Snow of 187 Rome Drive, St: Witness my hand and official seal .....1". .INSURANCE BONDS
I make up their minds, here and now. .e i Albana. New York I at Starke. Fla., this.D..mber 2nd., Qrforire drearer Oot tuns' Plaintiff I AND_
to refrain from being a nation of 1w You are required to appear on' 1941 vs. Marsrle I w. Oottuna-, Defendant.
"general.-that we should leave Yl February 1st, 1943 In the. abovenamed (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas. Case No. liltS.OHDEH .
Court and cause, whereinPlaintiff A. Clerk of said Court! 12.8t 1S-28 OF PUBLICATION
the questions of military strategy : : seeks divorce Bradford Ham. B, Wilson, Jacksonville, Fla AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
entirely in the hands of the President Telegraph shall publish thla Atty. for Pit. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mara-le HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY
and the military officials who .tr.u. Order Witness In next four weekly Issues. North W. Oottunir. who. address. Is 14
my hand and official seal Ann
know the situation and who know at Stark. Florida thin Dee. 17th, iv) CIRCUIT rot'RT. BRADFORD York. Street: 'Little Falls, New
what is best to be done. H4I CO ITS TV. FLOHIUAIN: CHANCERY. You are required to
;; appear on
Personally I have no ,Idea how (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J_ Thomas,, Reranouxh. Knahaklans. January 6th, 1D43, In the above Constant Service Over 50 Years

much of our material should be A.Francis Clerk M.of said Me Hal Court.*, Jacksonville 18.1' tt 1-9, Sam H. fo .ahaklan., Plaintiff Defendant v. plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce cause, Bradford wherein

shipped to the allied forces nor how Fla. Atty. for PLC.Iv Case No 1649.ORDEH County Telegraph shall publish
much should be for OF PUBLICATION this
kept ourselves.And ANI> NOTICE TO APPEAR Order In next four weekly Issue. Please Phone 146 Starke
)f I am sure that no one, except Mrs. Colin Kelly: widow of the : Tim rIR'VIT'rOVRT' FOR STATE OF FLORIDA toMam: S. at Witness Starke my hand and official seal
the highest and omclals heroic : Fla. this December
army navy army: Bier who scored: three HRAIlVARD COUNTY. fLOKIUt. Rsnhaklans, whose residence Is 1941. 3,

E 1:4: are In a position to decide this delicate direct hits In sinking the Jap battleship IV CHANCKRV.' Unknown. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas .. _, _'er
t point.It llaruna. to shown with her TUB] AMKKIOAN: : Oil COMPANY January You are 6th required, to appear on As Clerk of said Court. IJ4t 1J-2S 1. -
Is true that Is a corporation under the law of 1941 In the above Carlton C.
ours a govern- baby son. Rather than mourn Mrs. MARYLAND. Plaintiff.AnniBI.OUI3B named Court and cause, wherein Fla. Arnow" Jacksonville .., ... HI"-- or-
ment "by the people." but It the Kelly: said she was proud and "*. plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford Atty .for Plf.

I .people try to influence our military didn't he give those laps something MORROW et al! County Telegraph shall publish this -
actions we will simply be Inviting t. remember him by I" Defendant Order In next four weekly Imiuea. iv rmrirrr. r-oiiir. iminponn MADE UKE
Witness COUNTY SHOES
disaster. We have elected the men NOTIfB TO APPPPJATt: mv hand and official seal KLomiiti iv CHAN!'! HAVE YOUR
To: Lottie K. Duncan and f.oeh 1C. at Sturke Fla. this Dec.I./ 1941 c:'En Y.
who will lead us and we must now IN ('IHCI'IT rofRT. ltlttl>FORI/ Ptincan. her husband 9Stf Flor OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas Shelttonn: Hartsell Plaintiff vs. NEW
put our entire faith in them. 'OUN'I'Y, FLORID I'M' <'II tN4.fc.HY ida Avenue* Baton Uouirt, Luula- A. Clerk of .101<1 Court 6-11 4t 1-1 No.! Ilartsell, Defendant. Case and ShiningDone
Wnybrlcht 1645. Shoe Dyeing
Harriet .Koliu.,1. Plaintiff VL u..o. III"". & Waybrlvht Jackson Repairing,
Kolatvl. Det.'ndant. Case No. 1(71. John It. Klnlaw. V. S. Veteran Fa ville. "'Ia. Atty. for Pit.iv OKDRR. OF PUBLICATION Cost
rl OltDUR OF PUBLICATION AND cility. Aua-ustw, neonrla." ANn NOTICR TO APPEAR At A Moderate
DR. LEMUEL COLSON NOTICE: TO AI'PKAHSTATH NO'TICK I.S HKKKIIY GIVEN nun-IT 'Ol-n,.. R DFORD STATE Ilnrtnell OP1 FLORIDA tnl: Shelton .
,. that you are required, to appear on (OffTY' FIORIDI IV whose residence i.
I Ir DENTIST OF FLiORtUA to: George or before the l'th day of January f KHV. CllfS. Unknown.. Ladles .Shoes All WorkA
m Poland, whose residence I.I (lobe- A. D. 1943, to the Mil of rompUInt I t Minnie Alma You are required to appear on
'l'lr Smith. '
+ OITICE 129 CALL ST. sklll. Htato of Now York car of filed by the Am.rlcan 011 Company Thomas: Kxell Smith Plaintiff Defendant.Vs: January 6th., 1943, In the above Specialty Guaranteed
the Aua-iixtan Hut el. named Court
a. plaintiff, against you anothers Case No. 1444OUDFR and cause, wherein
TilE
ADKINS BLI>(]. You ire required to appear on aa defendant, In the above OF PUBLICATION plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP
February t, 1942 In the above County Teleirraph
named court. In which proc.edlnthe g ANI> NOTICE TO shall publish this Under New
APPEAR Management
named Court and, cause, wherein plaintiff seek to reform Order In next four .
the
a ?i plaintiff ...ks divorce Bradford description: of, the land described Kxell STATE Smith OF FLORIDA who.. residence tot Thomas 1 la. at\Vltn Stark..s..,m Fla..- hand, thla and officielseal December. I, ACROSS FROM PARK THEATRE







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r On 5he ':r emnne Side Denim Defense Is Used Uniforms for f eQrn. ne pnnn.er.re MSStsea,,!k ,r.. ., .FTgllet. enti'r Ntt4 ,




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:Rayon Fabric Patterns Show Chambray; and Seersucker F

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Are Second.By -4

SUCCESSFUL New -

Emphasis on Originality CIIERIE NICHOLASThere


are two avenues of thought
PARENTHOOD
that claim the attention of design

By CIIERIE NICIIOLAS era today. The one Is that to keepup

morale women must dress gaily

and look lovely; that they should, in

fact, make it their mission to look

By MBS. CATHERINE CONRAD EDWARDS see.- pretty and attractive rather than i

c a ,, somber and dispirited.The rY j1/ lit 9'Y '
JUaodot Edltot. oreaW" Movable other trend is toward creating -

fi clothes for the thousands who + sV

COURAGEOUS PLAN FOR CHRISTMAS -.. work In defense industries. These

-- clothes must be good looking and'

or\UI1atol1\ most Americans are Just the things we could dispensewith at the same time practical and

Ie generous people whose good and still have a merry Christmas functional.This .

n U not merely seasonal and who -quantities of fancy food knickknacks urge for more style in uniforms .
.
k of Christmas primarily as a for a moment's amusement, I is a challenge to designers

for special kindliness. Wars entrancing baubles which keep the I which Is being met most valiantlyand

?rumors of wars cannot curtail children keyed to more and more most successfully The first

It they have to share for it excitement.Now requisite Is to seek out materialsthat
mostly from the spirit we would be the last to dis-
are sturdy and will stand
Christmas Is also a secular courage this uprush of generosity wear
I.el merriment and time of gift which comes with catching the and tear. Materials that are wash.

alt on a prodigious scale. So Christmas spirit. But this year able are notably preferred. They

although the family's stockings when you feel it coming over you must be non-shrlnkable, must be

'.t t bung in a row as yet most buy defense stamps for the children q, made up with all the gadgets like

[ the things to fill them were instead of another box of candy slide fasteners, be easy to slip on

rbt before the present emergen- make your holiday entertaining and have other endless details. Meet the Pot Koast Juicy and TenderSe
-
reached such tragic proportions, simpler and get the family a defense Denims seem to be the logical

I i of us have been extravagant bond with the difference.! Hot choice and_ the manufacturer _are ( Recipes Below.) \
t rear, refusing to acknowledge dogs! and five cent bottled drinks are u
r'i reality until we were face toh more American than hors d'oewvrcs turning these sturdy cottons out in Savory Meals 1

with it Others in a fearful and elaborate desserts anyway I delightful colors. The Idea of navy TillS WEEK'S MENU

id. may have denied their chil- Take the family to a good movie denim made up in slacks with. pip- -
D even a holiday truce of brights. during Christmas week and leave ings of red matched to the"red denim Pep up the personality of your Pot Roast

Both are short-sighted. We expensive merriment for a more I <., ty E < blouse, with a tailored blUe meals by serving meats more' often Carrots Drowned Potatoes

"d the spirit of Christmas as nevI light-hearted time. Send what you Jacket, is very; attractive. You can as the weather

before and to smother it under aLzj save to the Red Cross or the U.S.O. w get denim in gay stripes too to becomes frost- Apple Celery Raisin Salad

of buying or bury it In gloom You'll have- not one whit less of vary the monotony of the thing. (f.(]: L.nipped and cold Bread and Butter Beverage

snot the way to prepare our hearts fun but a lot more of family togetherness fit,V ffi $v' Mannish tweed suitings come In er. Meats are synonymous Baked Custard Strawberry Jam
4.
strengthening message. and a satisfying sense of with
But there's still time to direct being engaged with your fellow ,, a *.t for recognition, and outfits of seer- ,.r{;. ,.,!i P good, wholesome. Sugar Cookies

last-minute preparations into Americans in defense of the right sucker and chambraya will be heartmeal.. be- Recipe given
purposeful channels waf de- to celebrate Christmas in future it t turned out by the thousands. Most at::ti I

(ndi of us all. You know howe years. ,+ ,c" practical of all are overall costumes. cause they're satisfying

seems to melt In the last Above all, let us put special em- Many have snap fasteners at the and filling. Meat sets good Veal is tender and delicate and deserves -

days before Christmas. We sudly phasis on the spiritual observanceof ankles to avoid the possibility of tone to the meal and rounds It out careful cooking.Breamed .

teU the budget to hide its Christmas. Christ was born into r catching in machinery.! to give ;you a sense of completeness Veal Cutlet

in a corner assure ourselves a world at war and He came of a Fz Another clever type is the princess when you've finished eating. (Serve I)

it I after all we don't have to pay conquered people. Yet He brought ( M Jumper dress. These Meat is honest and straightforward 2 pound veal steak cut In 0 pieces
are
icember bills until next year and to mankind the first message of 1 egg
both In flavor and .
out and buy a lot of holiday Peace on Earth planting a hope so sometimes topped by matching purpose.Its Cornflake crumbs
as we had decided to get along eternal that even In the midst of overseas caps. As time toes on, abundance of vitamins and minerals 1

Gout These are so often, too war it is what sustains us. there will be more.to say on this really come through and give small onion, choppedSalt

subject of work clothes that are you sustaining energy. AU in all and pepper

etyle-featured as well as being meat contains nine out of the thirteen 4 tablespoons lard

Adjustable Scarf thoroughly; utilitarian. food essentials of a normal 1 No. 2H can of tomatoes

IcMsEIiOME I diet: Dip pieces of meat into the egg

and cornflake crumbs which have
First Is protein and meat's
NO LONGER are One fabrics the sophisticated dinner and evening In. proteins been seasoned with salt and pepper.
are complete. They help to
: exclusive property; of the few spirations. Jewel-toned rayon Jersey ; Brown in hot lard on both sides, us
build tissues which
or repair body
people who can disregard cost falls in sleeky gleaming folds for FASHONPATRICIA ing a heavy frying pan or skillet.
down and
you wear every day keep
!erF ''There's luxury for everybody these the skirt and wide bishop sleeves ; Add tomatoes and chopped onion,
you on good maintenance level It
days; because of the advancement of of the glamorous dinner gown cen cover and cook slowly for 1 hour
has iron the carrier
oxygen copper.ron's .
rayon as a textile fiber during the tered in this group. Variation: Make as above omit-

6:JJ '.lait few ;years. Rayon has made possible The vogue for street-length Informal hemoglobin.Meat partner. and the builder of ting tomatoes and onion. Add 1

,u the reproduction of all the mag- dinner gowns has inspired the i cup of sour cream after meat is
;/liflcence of tradition! quality cloths I has phosphorus that helps browned
long-torso style which combines a 6Y and cook for 1 hour. Thicken

iihot at Slitet Maty' Klteheaj 'at prices well within the reach of rich black rayon crepe skirt with a calcium: in building good teeth and the sour cream: gravy with flour
bones and helps give
ti modest budgets. smartly contrasting shaded rayon DOWJ3039 you energy. and water and serve.A .
Meat has fat, too producer of mar.enery .
By MARY E. DAGDElilbor ;! To the evening wear field where and metal striped bodice, as shownto and heat. cut which you may; not have

luxury; has always been the keynote the right -The long sleeves and used is lamb shanks but I assure,
.
of Sitter Mary's lUte b. I 'are contributed gorgeous fabrics low V-neck: of the.bodiee..er. excel- As for vitamins, meat is an !moo you they; are simply delicious when

ill year when our families com lent fashion 4A portant source of four: vitamin A. braised. They'll be food dot1!
worked with all the lavishness and points as Is the graceful : a good
e for the we'll ,
holiday gather the resistance and vitamin I
1-- all-round 1ir'i growth ; Jar stretcher for this
n under the roof-tree with greaagemen richness the feminine heart could 'pleated skirt. I you season:
thiamin (vitamin Bl which helps
than usual and we'll ,ask. Exquisite for evening, is crisp Indispensable in the dinner and Braise Lamb Bhaak

I them to stay by their own k rayon taffeta in enchanting colors evening wardrobe are the rayon the body translate sugars and
Ides just as much as i* hu- !and new effects. Such novel taffeta crepe frocks. Lovely versatile ,( starches into energy; riboflavin of 0 lamb shank
y posilble. such matelasie wr which meat is the top source, that
finishes as gleaming satin stripes, types as pattern- 2 tablespoon lard
"open house" Is order of helps prevent nervous disorders, and
the metal stripes and striking plaid effects tugs, tree-bark effects! and mossy Salt and pepper
week and we must be prepared finally nicotinic acid, which prevent
finishes give pleasing The
with metal stripes and unusual variety. I cup celery
snacks at all hour Sand-
disorder known
lea hold first place on the list ,color designs are seen in stunning exquisite grace of line expressed In a nervous digestive 1 cup carrots cut fine If desired

hlngs to eat. Hearty sandwiches. bouffant gowns like the model pic the slender tiered frock to the left as pellagra. 1 cup green beans cut fine tt

ty sandwiches, open-faced ones i .tured in the foreground of our illus- in the group interprets the beautiful Fortunately for economy' sake, desired

big three-deckers answer. for 'tration.t draping qualities of mossy rayon the lower-priced cuts of meat are Brown the lamb shank in hot

merable occasions. crepe. In this Instance the crepe Just as good for these minerals and lard. Season with salt and pepper,

uccesiful party sandwiches owe Beautifully adapted to the fluid Is in a dusty rose, with the refined vitamins as the higher-priced ones. If you're using vegetables, place
much to. their style that right molded lines of the current evening brilliance of Today's column
cut steel at the draped y4r them In the bottom of the casserole
and now I'm going to beg season sleek Jersey
you rayon neckline. gives you tricks and add a small amount of water.
rm ;yourself with a pastry tube brings Its lovely draping quality
hat (Retailed by Western Newspaper Union.) and tips on how c. Put in the lamb shanks. Cover and
you can trim up those allure _. ,
-- - --- ,-- -----, -- them 6r+
tidbits with the latest in swirl you can use cook In a alow oven (300 degrees)

slaps. the courthouse of mild County at neat at Starke Flu' this 29th. November for savory meals 2 hours.
ream cheese softened with heavy a Stark. Florida, within eight Calendar ?941.(09'FT(4PAf.> and have them ) Kidneys right there
months from the time of the ( .. SISAL) A, J. Thomas ; are up among
am makes a most effective bore first publication. of this. notice. Aa Clerk of Bald Court U.& 4t 12-2 v juicy, tender and the top-notcher: as a source for riboflavin
Piped around the edge of an Each claim or demand shall be In Chas K. HHH, Jacksonville Flu. Full of flavor. preventer of nervous digestive
Mace sandwich. Stuffed olives, For originality in styling, this writing and hall state the placeof Atty. for Plf. First call Is for pot roast which you diseases They're good broiled
residence and post office address -
et pickled cucumber rings, ant coat is prize-winning. It would stand of the claimant and shall be \ can make just as desirable as the with bacon and good also in this delicious
iv! nitrrir (.0' SIT, 0114LP0n11eol'V'rY
(art jelly a snip of red plmi- sworn to by the claimant, h 1 Ia
out In fashion parade as one best steaks and chops:
any KIOUIUAI, IN ( .IIANt loaf
steed 3t savory :
hard-cooked egg yolk a agent, or attorney and any anchclaim .
of the most striking coat fashions demand. KHY.Kll Pot Roast With VegsUbte.
""uul of any well-seasoned sand- or not o filed shall Ide, Plaintiff VK Ethel Ide, KKUey Leaf.
h i mixture a fine large shrimp brought out this season. It is as practical be void. Vivian O McCord.An otherwise known an Ethel Kaplan Wipe meat with a damp cloth. (Serve I)

circle of tiny caper*-all these too, as it is good looking. administrator of the Estate ofAs Defendant.ORDER Cane OF No PUBLICATION 1827. Brown in hot fat and add one or two I pound at beef kidney
many others can be used for Rough surfaced caramel brown executor ef the Last Will andTestament
while its
ANI NOTICR TO APPEAR small onions sliced to meat 1 cup milkS
enter of the cheese border. Bee wool is used for the coat The clever T. M. Mi-Cord of, .deceased.. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ethel browning. Season meat with salt slices bread
to add a bit more salt to thee.e is Ide, otherwise known a s Iolh.1Kaplan.
scarf arrangement
and intriguing First publication 12-5, 1941 '
and Combine H catsup V. bacon drippings
as of 920 t;. 174th Street, pepper. cup cup
add You
the 12-S 12-26
you cream. 4t
carried out in light caramel and ,
fold Bronx, New York. with 1 cup hot water and add to a slices bacon
that the white
gleaming tweed. The scarf You are required to appear 01Janu..ry
dark brown plaid
the cheese meat. Place in a roaster or cast I mall can plrnientoes
and the colorful cen NOTIfH TO APPEAR TO OflT"' ..1 6th, 1942, In the abovenamed
s make a very festive sandwich asit Is worn here flings challenging THU 'IIU'VIT (OIHT IV AVI Court and cause, wherein. Iron skillet or pot cover tightly and Salt and pepper
Y. defiance to fierce winds and wintry Pelt MHAOKOIIU C O f .V '.' Y,: plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford allow to simmer gently 43 minutes ; 3 tablespoons grated onion

raham, rye; whole wheat white snow flurries. Being adjustable, the Kl William,<)HI1I4.O. OWls::.;'.rI. Plaintiff,I County Order In Telegraph next four Khali weekly publish UaueiiWttneiie this. to the pound. Add more water It'' % teaspoon powdered sage, If

Boston brown breads can be scarf can be worn in a cape-like effect vii Katherine Wlnthem, Defendant : my hand and official seal Whole carrots and onions ; desired
necessary
i d for the at Htarke, Fla., this 28th day of
foundation. The bread and la various other interestingways. THK HTATB OF FLOIUDATotKatherine i
November 1941. may be added to the meat and Wash kidney in cold water. Drain
all uld be cut very thin and cut in While very decorative this Wlnthera, residenceunknown. (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas cooked with it the Jut 43 minute. of well and grind using Internal fat.
shapes. Christmas stars scarf Is also very useful. You are hereby. notified that a A* Clerk' of Maid Court. 12-S 4t 12-28
Pour milk bread and soak."
the cooking period. over
wreaths and bells and tiny suit has been filed attains you In Wayfarla-ht A W.Yb.hrht. JackHon- ,
e.1 are easy to make and add the above entitled cause, and you' vII!'., "'I... Atty for 1'lf Combine ,all ingredients except bacon -,

ell to the: beauty of the whole January 6th., 1942, In the above are hereby. required to file your i and mix thoroughly. Line bottom ,
ay. named Court and cause, wherein written appearance In aald suit iv ("ISlrt'ITOt'IIT, H" .....0111)
I of with uncooked slices of
plaintiff seeks divorce and custody with the Clerk. of salt Court on or ('OI'NTY. FI.OIMIJAl I IM <(<..HAN.tnv. ) / LYNN SAYS pan
pread the shapes with well- of children. Bradford County Telegraph before January 5, A. E>. 1942. <' bacon add meat mixture and pack
fed butter before decorating hall publish this Order In The nature of laid suit la a Bill M. D. Duke, Plaintiff, va. hazel firmly. Bake in a moderate oven
11\, The butter not only improves next four weekly luiiues.Wltnaea for Divorce. Dukes. Defendant. Cane No. 143(1.OIIDKH ( You're going, to sell nutrition to
taste but holds In my hand and official .-lat I WITNESS my hand and the Heal. OF PUHLIfATION your family not just because of ((350 degrees) for IV, to 2 hours.
the trimmings Stark, Fla., this 29th, NovemOFFICIAn of said Court at Htarke. Florida, ANI NOTH'K TO APPEAR What could be better than sparerib -
ca. her, 1941. thin 2nd day of December, A. D.. STATE OF FI.OIIIDA to hazel Its virtues but by attractively garnished -
sandwiches are another ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas 194 t. Dukes, whose address la unknown well-cooked food. Here's with barbecue sauce as a tasty
acme tidbit. These mad. Aa Clerk of aid Court 12-8 4t 12-28 (OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thomas. You are required to appear on Laced Front meat dish on a
two are Chaa. It. Hean, Jackaonvllle, Fla. Clerk Circuit Court. 12-6 4t ]InI. January 6th, 1942 In the above how: cold ? Bake ..
kinds of bread cut In thick Atty. for Plf. named Court and cause, wherein Pattern No. 1039-Anyone who Is Whenever possible serve the night
"lengthwise of the loaf and put Chins? COI SIT. im plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford going places will wont this youthful the spareribs
with the meat as
vegetables
ether with a smooth filling. Pile OOtTMTV. FLORID IV'UFOPI'I County Telegraph hall publish thla style-It's a dress for day and evening brown and crispy f
m up In alternate and let iv: nnrriT C..O'.RT, PR-'nFORn 'KHV. Order In next four weekly Imiueii.Wltneiia browned potatoes whole carrots, '
layers .
when want to look and brush them
events
hand and .rtl"I.I..e.1 you ,
mv
nd until (rol'XTV FLOHIUtl IX CIIA.N- Minnie Shuler Jones, plaintiff Vi. browned onions. These can be
ready to serve. Then "'..1ny. Russell F. Jones. Defendant at Htarke, Fla? this December 2, your most scrumptious. A swirling with the sauce for /
down through making the slice Wesley Alan C'irford. Plaintiff. ORDER OF PI' LU'ATTQNANI 1941OFFICIAL. skirt is topped with a soft feminine placed around the meat for effective a dish you'll long
ut one-fourth inch thick. VH. Helen Olga'Clifford, Defendant. > NOTICE TO APPEAR ( HEAL> A.'d5 Thomas bodice and the raised skirt line Is coloring.
Aa Clerk of Raid ( ourt. and
4t 12-21 remember
: .
FIX>Rir A Kuimell
eckerboard STATE OF to:
de With sandwiches are C"ORDKII OF PUBLICATION F. Jones, whose residence la un- Sam B, Wilson, Jacksonville Fla emphasized with a detail of lacing Radish roses with parsley; enjoy looking at:
two kinds of bread, too. ANI NOTICF TO t'PEAR known. Atty for Pit. right at the waistline. The neckline almost kind of meat
brighten any; '
we bread as for ribbon sand- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Helen. You are required to appear on la low enough to need the ornamentation Barbrevrd Spareribs.
Cher and pile In alternating lay- Olica Cllfferd whole residence It January 6th. 1942, In the above TO WHOM IT ,MtY rOVCKHVTAKK you like to wear-clip* or a platter. (Serves 6)
.
slices cut down 1606 Orland Street Phll.delphla.Penn"ylv.nla. named court and cause, wherein l NOTICE: THAT a 19J5 multi-strand necklace of pearls or Spinach, chopped, seasoned 9 pounds spareribs
ck amegthick 1 plaintiff eeeka divorce anJ no Chevrolet Coach, Engine No. M4719655 -
5' exactly the You are required to appear on other relief. Bradford County Tele- with an appraised value of colored beads. and mixed with white sauce can Brown spareribs under broiler.
that the bread was cut to be- January 5th., 1942, In the above graph shall publish this Order. In lena than ",ODD. was ael*..d In Pattern No. 8039 Is in sizes 11 to be made Into nests or mounds Cover with the following sauce and
with. Pile these sUces up. be- named Court and cause, wherein. next four weekly Indue Bradford County, Florida, November 19. Size 13 bias cut skirt requires and served around meat bake about 2 hours (In covered
g lure that the light and dark plaintiff aeeka divorce, Bradford Witness mY' hand and official' seal 16, 1941, for being used In 3 .lnch material and the a pan
3'-4 yards
'Ices alternate. that County Telegraph shall publish this at Starke Fin, this 2nd day ofDecember. violation of Section, 9, Chapter. Baby beets may be scooped and in a sluw (32S degrees oven.BarbectM .
' Be sure too. Order In next four 1941. 19101, Laws of Florida' 1939 and short sleeve top portion and lacing.
" official sealat served Sauce.
> slice is buttered evenly and Wltneaa my hand and (OFFICIAL fiKAL) A. J. Thomas that It I* the I Intention of F5. W, lt4 ..ee4. filled with green peas
:It accurately. Otherwise the Starke. Fla, this 29th, Novem- An Clerk of said Court. 12-8 4t n-,. Scarborough, Director' State Beveraice around the meat or on a platter 1 small onion chopped
Lea won't sUck John J. }lender on. Jackionvllle Department of Florida. to themselves. 2 tablespoons lard
together. ("OFFICIAL SEAL A J. Thomas. 1"1." .. Atty. for Plf.rr possess for use by the State iieveraire N.me..u.....,.................. by .
Aa Clerk of said Court. 1.-1I4t 122Chai. Department the property Ham can be scored In circles 2 tablespoons vinegar
R Hess, Jackvonvllle. Fla. above deiirrlbeil at Htarke, Florida, brown
1lE.\FF.R'S SKR1P INK Atty. for Pit. "lnrt'IT rornT, III.FOIIIJ January IS. 1942 at 10'(10 A. MAll Adds..............a..,........."... for a change by using a small 2 tablespoon augur
A i iIv ( PLOIIII. iv CIIAV- 3 lemon juice
\ rni'vrY and maraschino tablespoons
tl\ll. lb. 11.75 -BRADFORD persons claiming any right cookie cutter a
CRIIY. .
) TELEGRAPH. THE 'o'nT nV TIIH fOtHITY Florence Helen F.nlf, Plaintiff.vii. or interest In thereof or to eald hereby propertyor .......,......" .,..................,. cherry placed In each circle Cir Vt cup catsup
- Jl '''.F.. .IR'II'OIlIl (COUNTY: James TAO Eglof. Defendant any to part appear and fire to make such required des look best if they overlap. % cup water

' rln'I'.T! 'OI.RT, DRtnroitD In KI.OUIIIA.r.
,pkYhl'. FLORIDA m CHAM- ..""'...' AND NOTICR Tf APPEAR the thin date notice of the aa first provided publicationof for by broiled make a tantalizing accompaniment 1 teaspoon paprika

:',barbs 1 Burrow. TO ALl.HAVING CREDITORS CLAMfM AND Olt PERSONS r.RMAND.H ]. STATE OF FLORIDA to: James Section 13. Chapter 19101, taws of Pattern No......... .,........... to baked ham roast Dash of ground cloves and- cinnamon
Gregory PlainK'NS .toll, whose residence la un- Florida Arts of lUll, to the HtateHeveraae
AOAINST SAID ESTATETou T.known. lamb chops.
edl.t.b'a < D"PTIBUCATIOI Department of Florida send 19 rents la coin. HOT beef or
iI5tSlwory and each of you are hereby Brown onion In lard and adu remaining -
' 0 OF notified and required to preeent You are required to appear on Tallahassee I Florida, or all such each pattern dulr.dl toPatricia. I Slices of orange topped with a
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'T.a ) NOTICE T0 APPEAR any claim and demand which January th., 1942. In the above right and interest In and to said Dow Pattern smaller slice of jelly is excellent ingredient Brush over
have Court and cause, wherein plaintiff property shall cease and terminate.E. .
either of may sparerib
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or
N.TF FLORIDA to Mamie you '
meat
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Urea-ory. who. reeldence la against the estate of T. M. Mo- seeks divorce Bradford County W. Scarborough.Director. 208 W. 17U 61., New York. N. r. "r (Releaaad ..J Weatera Newspaper Union)
" Ocean View Cord deceased late of said County, Telegraph shall publl.h this Order Stale Beverage a..P..r:. :
,,r o can Vow., to the County Jud-a o( Bradford In next four. weekly I laauea. ment of Florida I ''
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at NE corner of BWH of f&E'4 Court and cause, wherein COUNTY rOI'I(1'.
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Building Permit- Special Guests aforesaid and run South Sift ft. plaintiff .neek. divorce Bradford Victoria wLORiij, iv t.'I'"n f
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'WITH OUR FARMERS ;. to a point of beginning thencerun County Telegraph shall publl..hIhls Ye William nUl'k. I

Fred Williams Nov. 28. $500 110 West ft., thence 110 ft.. ,East thence 210 South ft.. .... Order In next four weekly 1s- C..... No. 1883..0Durk.... 'noraln
-- ORDER
for a frame tore 24x30 on the thence. Norm Z1Q ft.: and also witness my hand and official i NOTICE OF PlTRLlCATION

1\\r V. W. Ros tier. 74-year-old farmer done so well." According to Mr. north half of lot 2, block 47. of lens wide a lyIng strip on of South land SO side ydn.of seal at IB.Starke 1941.OFFICIAL i. Florida this December ..I A.SPATE OF "']..( APPEAR to

who liven on a 10-acie tract Helllngsworth pecans bear a good I the Livingston, Truby &! Go's addition aid 5 acre square of, and also and ( SEAL) A .J. Thomas, ,I Cole.urkee.Street.'Whoae reIdfl, .Wit I,!''
of does about other "One, to the town of Staike; J IHS railroad right way As Clerk of,said Court. l219tl New York tji0V5, Lonl
I'' one mile southeast Starke crop every year. graded road right of f.aY..h Francis M. McHale., Jacksonville You Id
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;; all his work-even to his plow. year they put on wood and don't D. Kicks, Nov. 28. $300. to in- __ to the highest front door bidder of the County at Fla, Atty. for Pit. February arB 2nd r"Qulre", 1942 to I

I; ing. "I have 'already loat one crop bear much" he eald.HI didn't close porch and add two rooms ; H the courthouse South In Starke, Florida during named plaintiff Court and ,CCus5.In the

of oats" he said Saturday. "on get half a crop this year. Moat 8x10 to the home of Mrs. Oliver, ; ; the. legal! hours of,.sale on Jan. IV: CIHTIIT, FLORIDA COl'RT. BRADFORDCOtNTY IN CHAN.Carl County Telefl'raDh seeks divorce "h, .

1\\ account of the wet weather. I of my trees now are at their best. R. H. Mathe, contractor $1,000, uary Sth. 1,42. C. A. Knl..ht. <'I'R1":: Order '. next. four shall PUbUt
two week and It Some of them are 60 feet high Dec. 2, for 20x20 frame office for ) '1' Ben Rowe De la Cerf, Plaintiff ... Witness my band a.nd Weekly i I"",,,
t at
: re-planted ago ," ____________ Charles Hardy, Helen Da Le Cert Defendant. Case. l4tarke Fla., this ottlCla1
I I* looking good now'* H. planted and 25 feet across arsd some have Dr. Lv H. Jennings on West Call Commissioners. No. Aa(OFFICIA'r. SEAL) Dec." J. 11 I

4 them in eight-foot bedi. How trunks 12 inches In diameter." street; T., C. Ferguson for the i Knight' A Knight' OR3DER OF PUBLICATION Charles Clerk ot said Coutt' n'lt.T .o

'" ever, the north end of his field He has 62 bearing trees though Standard Oil Co., 92.000 Dec. 3, ,'r *: : Starke Attorneys, Florida for Plaintiff. 12-19 4t 1.. STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Helen Atty for Miller Pif.IN Jacklion'IU..'I

stood 18 inches deep in water Saturday three-fourths acre consists of only for a 30x40 galvanized iron gar : Da Le Cerf, whose place of residence -

I l afternoon he stated. young trees Just beginning to age with concrete floor; J. R. ", II JOt CIRCt" rOt'RT. BRADFORD You Is are unknown.required to appear osj- CIRCI.'IT "" ?,

W' Mr. Rosaer also raises carrots, bear. "Bradford County has quite Starling, $TOO Dec. 3, for 20x24 v' : # COl'MTY. FLORIDA) 11! CHAM- January Bth. 19U. In the above. COuNTy{ ? ; 11110\11'"

!' beets turnips and other garden I a few pecans," he stated.. "Most frame residence on lot of L. R. /(, *.n..rtta..:H1". M Nleml. Plaintiff. v.. named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce cause, Bradford wherein wfl'! v.A Ilc&iJS'BaA. ? ."Nr' PI

'w:J products. He had a half-acre of every home bal a few trees; Starling in block SO of the Livingston : w j Edward Miami Defendant. Case No. County Telegraph shall publish thl.Ord..r ..: Befendat OUDEK. Case No 186f. G
Issues.Witness OF
four weekly
," garden drowned out also; but reset -I Ilit some have eight or ten. Three Truby Company's addition ::4 .. 1636 ORDER OF PITBLICAIIUN In next my hand*..nd official .e.11 NOTICE PUBLICATION To A
APPEAR
turnips and collards beforeFriday's years ago before I bought the to Starke: M r I. Frank qk': AND NOTICE TO'APPEAIt at Starke. Fla,, this 29th. Novem- STATE OF FU'IUDA to
% Rurnett :
>' downpour. "I, don't plan plac>. pecan. brought J220 Hoover Dec. 4, $115 for remodel- Nleml.STATE whose OF FLORIDA residence Is to:unknown Edward her( 1941.IOFFICIAL. SEAL) A. .T. Thomas' Battery C.Oarn..r 84th., C whu.e A", resid.5 D'I.,

i to plant anything else' now until though: 915O would be a good ling house and adding kitchen to I You are required. to( appear on As Clerk of said Court. 12-6 4t 12-26 North CarOlina Camp p
lit he Bald. He sells them by her home on lots 2-4 of block 24 January Bth, 1942, In the above ChaH. R Hess, Jacksonville, Fla. You are r"'lulrod to 1flpu
spring, average crop. named. Court and cause, wherein, Atty. for Plf. February 2nd, 19U, tn,
f the pound. He raises the Curtis in the J. M. Johns addition.C. plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford named plaintiff Court and cause the, Wh II,t

tJ'w.. M. Holllngsworth, who lives variety which have been bringing J. Powell Dec. 8, $400 When B. L. Leonard San Francisco this County Order Telegraph In next shall four publish weekly' IV CIRCI'IT (051ST BRADFORD. County Telegraph seeks divorce Shah PrE

a east of Starke has been from 9c to lie per pound, he changing garage into apartmenton hotel man (right above) prepared le.u eM. {'ol'l\'ry.! FLORIDA iv (..."NIt Order In next for, vrkly I''bll.h i I..
t In the business for the lot of Mrs. Moltt on Mad- a special luncheon for ""$' .e. Witness my hand and official sealat C"1* Y. Witness my hand anot
necan-raltilnff Starke, Fla., this December It, Kettle 12 Lowlrmnore Plaintiff at t4tarke, Fla. Ulolal
: a coupI'of years. Up until two said.Mr.. Holllngsworth liven alone ison street; John E. Marshall Ing Eye" dogs he set up actualtables 1941. v*. Clarence. Lnwlrmoore. Defendant if, and served a special menu OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ('n".. No. 1S34. A. Clerk nf A J. 'l'ho
Dec. 8 building one- ( Mal}
did $2,500, a
he regular farming r""ft.
ago he lost his wife about two OF PUBLICATIONANI "
years as for them. Blind uric soprano Mary As Clerk of said Court. 12-5 4t 12-26 ORDER Charles Miller 12.n.I''
at New River but at that time months ago and his children are story frame residence: 24x28 feet Coward founder of be National J, H. HarrlNon, Jacksonville, Fla. > NOTICE; TO APPEAR Atty. for Pit. iackonvili.,

11:' Mold] his farm there and purchased all married and have homes of on his Church street property; AicocUtlon for the Advancementof Atty., for Pit. STATE Lowlrmoore OF FLORIDA whose to residenceIs : Clarence -
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; his present 4-acre pecan: farm their own. Chas. A. Jenkins, Dec. 9, $300 remodeling Blind Artists, Is shown with the unknown.You iv {' : ''',
!, addition to house and building host and one of the guests "Itlond- ix rln.'t'I'1' roinr. IHto\DFOnn are required to appear on (OtJVTY. FLO/,? iv llIipp
here. In III
near pecans at the "bill of C'OI'II'1", FI.OHIU.U I\! :.MNCIOIIY. '- January 6th., 1942 In the above It. Ic. ltn'lge Jr. "r
he also does some truck farming. Joe Grlffls lives on a 200-acre garage on his lot in the Livingston le, "who glances named Court and cause, wherein Muriel 1-lad.Ioi'k)I i .)dlle ,I"t V:,,'
fare. Deloach, Plaintiff vs plaintiff seeks. divorce Bradford Case No.
1861.
,.....,. The pecan season opens about tract four miles east of Starke Truby &: Company's addition. Be.orb"I Defendant. Case, County Telegraph shall publish this ORDER 01;.
November 1, Mr. Holllngsworth barely across the line In Clay Many CandidatesIn No. 1640.OItDElt. Order In next four weekly Issues. NOTICP.PCRLICATION A
I' said. H sold I eight AND 'l o APPEAR
PUBLICATION and official seal
of recently:! 01" Witness mv hand STATE
"There l Is lots 01
''i stated Saturday. County but gets his mail and steers and 14 calves though the NOTICE TO APPEAR at Starke, Fla, this December 1, Haddock hodges FI.URIDA, to. 11
t'' money to be made in pecans," he does his trading In Starke. Of Race ForRailroad STATE OF FLORIDA to: Bessie 1941 18: 365 West lint whose reed
calves were BO large that most Deloach, whose residence Is un (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomaeAs Street :New
said 'and that Is about the easiest City New York
this 200 acres 50 are under cul of .them were lined for beef In. CommissionFlorida known. Clerk of said Court. 12-8 4t 12-26 You
: money a man ever got hold of. tivation. You are required. to appear on F. Q Clark, Jacksonville Flu. Atty, February are required appe
J stead of, veal. The steers averaged January 6th., 1942 In the above for Plf. 2nd, 1942, In the .
But for the last they haven'tAUTO two Railroad named Court
year will elect wherein and ecu"o ,
wet has and
o'I "It has been pretty 530 pounds and brought i7c. named Court cause plaintiff seek. mvoroe BnJ,
and custodyof
and seeks divorce
Plaintiff
I hurt m y sweet potatoes pretty while the calves averaged around Commissioners next spring candidates child. Bradford County Telegraph iv: cuirt'IT r....RT. BRADFORD' .County>- l In Telegraph, Bhall publSdr uf
I t badly." Mr. Grlffls Bald Saturday 330 pounds and sold for 6 l-2c voters will have numerous shall publish this Order In eOI'%T"', FLORIDA. IV: CHAN'CKRY. Witness next my hand four and weekly
PARTS to choose from If all those next four weekly Issues. off ipiti'
turned stock in to them at Starke Fla
"but I ,
my per pound on foot. The steers Witness. my hand and official sent Rafe Oralngrer I Plaintiff vs. OFFICIA'L this Doc. n,
.' REBUILTGENERATORS and didn't lose much. I will have were about 18 months old. who have announced for these at Starke, Fla, this December" 2nd., Evelyn Bailey Oralnger, Defen. As( Clerk of said HEAL Court) A. J, Th

t USED TIRES AUTO enough left for my own use but "I sold them to Jones-Cham- posts actually qualify.The 194t(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas dant.ORDER Cane No.OF 1643 PUBLICATION Charles Mlllpr, Jacklonvlllt u.n.1,

{ will have none to sell this year. I bliss Jacksonville I like to deal veteran Eugene S. Mat As Clerk of said Court. 12-5 4t 12-26 A KIT-V KT/t'1'lr'in. Tn A OD13-*flSTATEOl" Atty. for PIt
GLASS CASH FOR sell but have thews of the Incumbent Sam B. Wilson, Jacksonville. Fla. FLORIDA to: Evelyn
usually some they with them said Mr Grlffls. "be Starke BUS SCHEDULENorthbound
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Atty. for Pit.
OARS AND TRUCKS INf been BO ,cheap lately that it cause I can sell the whole load to has announced his intention to r..alltr..ualn Hospital, to.trn.: : ':. nr ,

ANY CONDITION. doesn't pay to grow them. My them get my check and be gone run for 're-election. Opposing IV CIRCriT rOIRT. BRADFORD Houth Carolina. ; Leave Starke _. __. 9 01 Ai
f COl'N'I'Y. FLORIDA I\: CHANCERY You are required to appear onJanuary Leave Starke _. .._
' Used Autos $25 up velvet bean crop was nearly In five minutes If they like him to date are Charles M. Stew- Preston Gregory Puckett Plaintiff. 5th., 1942 In the above Leave StarkeLeave n, __._ imp ni
ruined also," he stated; but I them.," art of Bradenton and Raymond vs. Jean Marie Puckett. Defendant named Court and cause wherein StarkeLeave _.. 1:45: P
Case No. 1674 plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford Starke ._ _.
turned stock them and Davis of Limestone. -- 815 P
HASKINSAUTO my on Mr. Orlffls Is a very patriotic ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND County Telegraph shall publish this Leave Starke .. ___ 1:11: P
didn't lose much." landowners Jerry Carter who Is serving NOTICE TO APPEAR Order l> next four weekly Issues, Leave Starke __ .- IU: r
iti' PARTS citizen; for while many STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jean Witness my hand and official seal Leave Starke .. .. 10.10
Mr. Griffls has 50 head of cattle r
alone Defense Highway No. his second term on the commission Marie Puckett 890 Peachtree tit.. at Starke, Fix, this December t.
North of Town on Road IS ; 150 hogs, 9 horses and mules. 261 between Staike and Camp wants to retain his post Atlanta, Georgia. 1941. Beathbound
SEAL A. J Thomas
OFFICIAL )
You required to appear on (
/ _ _ _ _ _ though only about 16 chickens he Blandlng and many other such and has announced. He has opposition February are 2, 1942, In the above A. Clerk of said Court. 12.54t 12-26 Leave Leave StarkeStarke Starke. ._.--._ 1020 los A

,1 __ _._, _-_,--4.___._.___.___,_ --+ roads all over the country have with R. L. (Bob) Sweg. named Court seeks and divorce cause, Bradford whereinplaintiff .Nathan Atty. for Schevlts Plf. Jack.onvllle.Fla. LeaveLear n_... _-_. 280 A F
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of StarkeStarke B.JO
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held up the building 0 f these er, popular newspaperman County Telegraph shall publish Leave __..- 6,60 P
roads, trying to get Just as muchmonty Clearwater Dick: Warren brother this.Order In next' four weekly Issues iv riRtriT roi'RT. RRAUFORDrOVNT1" Leave Starke __". -.. I,10
t Service Careful Drivers FLORIDA' IV CHANCERY
Prompt of Fuller Warren of Lake Butler
for them as they possibly Witness my hand and official Edwin Wise' Plaintiff' Lillian EautbonnJ

could Mr Griffis donated right- v.T.. Coleman Sheriff of Sum- seal at 19 Starke.1941.OFFICIAL ,Florida this December Wine. Defentant. Case N-:. 1662. Leave Starke _... ___ 7'IS A

r of-way totaling nine acres along ter County, Harry Burch of Tal. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR AND Leave Starke _. "-__ B:30 PWestbound

Starke Taxi Service Highway 261. He gave a right. lahassee and Wilbur C. King of A. Clerk of said Court. 12 4t 1-9 STATE OF FLORIDA to Lillian
Robert E. Hucker, Jacksonville, ,
Wise, whose residence Is; Chester
of-way 200 feet wide across the Zolfo Springs. Fla., Atty. for PPlf.iv :MaMsachusetta. Leave Starke _.___.__ I:to A
end of 120 acres absolutely free You are required to'' appear on (Tallahassee Special\)
incur; COURT. BRADFORD February 2nd, 1942, in the above Leave Starke -,_ ..... 11:00: A
:f Locally Owned and Opeated he said. While, naturally he will Three Seek Place ('OVNT FLORIDA IX CHANCERY: : : named Court and cause wherein Leave Starka .... ..... S,15 P
reap some of the benefitsgoodroad Helen Tucker, Plaintiff vs. Wit- plaintiff seek divorce Bradford Leave Starke __....._ 8 00 P
to town as well as increased Left Vacant burn W. Tucker 5Defendant. CaseNo County Telegraph shall publish thl.Ord..r Leave Starke ___...__ g'80 I
150
,; Phone Tallahassee
1670.ORDER. In next four weekly Issues.Witness ( Special)
property values-yet ba donated By Justice WhitfieldThree OP PUBLICATION AND mv hand and official' sea'
NOTICE TO APPEAR I at Starke. Fla., this Deo., 11. 141.
this right-of-way to the State free RULED INDEX CARD
l Day Night STATE OF FLORIDA tot. 'Wit- (OFFICIAL SEAL) 4. J Thomas.As .
,I of charge. A good example to candidates are now definitely burn W. Tucker whose residenceIs Clerk of said Court. 12-12.4t 1-2 SI per BRADFORD COt

''l: many" others,In ,this regard. in the race for the Supremv "Unknown." Charles Miller, Jacksonville, 4.. Fla., TELEGRAPH.
_____ .r.e _.". __ _."1_" You are required to'.app..ar on Atty. tot Plf. '
d: uun puai irvui WIIMU

: r Justice J. B. Whitfield will retire .
f'
: In 1943, with the announcementof
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Circuit Judge H. L. (Tom) Se-
r
"-, bring that he will be a candidate.

Hon. '', T. TurnbuU of Monti- .

.\.. '1.- ., cello chairman of the State Dem- .
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!' aIl '' oCI'atic Committee and atforney
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J .% .
.. Railroad Commission
for the Florida

\. and W. F. Allen prominent .
I I ( \ ,:: 'ij.. :'.,. Tallahassee attorney have :'r ,
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1 .i'i previously announced. All will .' "

a / run In group 3 In the Democratic 'I ,' bIt :._- --- ,
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; .. i primary next May. It, I ; ,' -
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A % ... Only the '
:,::1, J ppRECUTiNc'to the fullest extent 1g.",", I'" /.. ,., Alto Adams and Justice Glenn I "A +"

: Terrell. have announced for the w.o \I
J the cordial relation existing between us :. other two Supreme Court posts ;: i> '

r and it Is doubtful if any opposition "
:", in the Feat we lake this opportunity Id rh. i will develop.
lSTENOGRAPHERS '" .

,!: cordially iih you an old fashioned ::.., ... NOT E d" -,. '

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PADS ISo each BRADFORD
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Cheer
and Good .
May the Happiness roiINIV FLOHIDAl IV CHAN'KRY.
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;J this Christmas Ruby Latham Plaintiff, vs. Jesse .
which we hope is i yours f. Latham Defendant. Case No. ::: .) ;

i'! and 1838.ORDER OP PUBLICATIONANI to) wishYOU>-
the
never cease in days to come, may > NOTICE TO APPEAR t
1.3 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jesse _
f'. the New Year bring each of you the known.B.: Latham whose- residence Is un- ,tc

'f You are required. to appear. on
; Prosperity, Health and Real Happiness January 5th., 1943 In the above
named Court and cause wherein.
f, plaintiff Heeks divorce, Bradford
; you so much deserve.F Oounty Telegraph. hall ptibllih this
prdrr In next four weekly. lununn..
Wltn..11. my hand and official seal
lt. :: : / .t tarke, Fla., this December. S.uKICIAL .

.!t ... 1841. ,
F tl. SEAL) A. J. Thomas
l.If A. Clerk of Raid Court. 13-5 4t 12-26 ,
Snm BVllnon, Jacksonville, Fla
.., Atty for Pit.
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NOTI'F OF APPMCTIO'V FOR
FI'II%.. IH"tll4Rf.H
i 8CSTWISHES Notice le hereby. given that I
hav filed my final report a. ad.
mlnlatratrlx of the palate. of D W.
Kelly' deceaned: that I have filed Joyous (Gkristmas and
my petition for final discharge a a
and that I will apply to the. Honorable -
'; K. K Perryman. County
Judge of Bradford County, Florida.on ,
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the. 6th of January 1841, for
{ approval of the name and far final,

the dlKi-hame This .trd a day' curb of L.Dor-ember administratrix.Kelly. 1941.Maraaret Happy I View] Year .

for AImlnlMtralrlx l of the. Bntate of
D. W, Kelly deceased.. U-6 4t U-28


IN rmrcrr romr. BR'DFORO,
COt'MTV, FLORIDA. It: CHAN.CRRY. 1


W. M. Edwards.Plaintiff.. .. From a firm that has in the :
t f. Jjesl CDay of ...s.Lilli. enjoyed serving you .
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Hendry and her husband po'st
Roy B Defendants.PwrtMloB Hendry. and which is desirous of continuing the

C._ N.. 1O1ONOTICB
OP COMMISSIONERS' pleasant associations our friends in the future.

Take Notice that SAUB the undersigned
L tke/ Year Commissioners. In accordance with
r the Decree of Partition and Hale
rendered. In above cause, will sell
the following property situate In
Bradford County, "Florida to-wlt CANOVA PHARMACYAND
BWVi of SKYt of Sec. >9, Twp.
S H R. tt K. less 1 acre squareIn
NE corner. thereof also lens

thereof B acres, .also square ices In.. rommonclnir NW corner

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