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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 9, 1942
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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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e1ypY.NOUB STAltKB. FLORIDA. l''KIDAV.UoroIlKR' : 9, 11M2 NUMBER FIFTY



ontrol Some Day We'll KnowSince Baptists End B.H.S. A ttendance'All At Peak; .. 1


"the powers that be" continue to grant housing '

iement projects to places like Sebring, Cocoa and Arcadia, Greatest Year

and continue to overlook Starke, where the need is StudentsDyer Out'School *For Scrap 1 .

acted among; the greatest in the country, residents here con- Of ProgressThe

tinue to do what they can to cope with a deplorable

a Rent Control Office, situation by converting "anything with a roof over it" annual business meeting of Praises Needs Opening DayEnrollment .
,
anenforcement pert into comfortable living quarters for newcomers who go the Starke Baptist church broughtthe Sewing Machines ,

is vitally important from house to house begging for accommodations. announcement of a definite Cooperation Principal Foster Shl Smith ID 983 ,
Building Fund and drive to begin
landlord In the area Latest to cooperate along this line are :Mr. and Mrs. Immediately, and the pastor- sending out a call for patriotic

properties!' immediately, Junius M. Smith who have moved their garage and announced that he would challenge The schools of the county have Starkeltes or Bradford Cuuntlans With a registration! of 983 students

flo an announcement servant's room a distance from their house at Madisonand the church to give at least taken up the salvage drive in' a to lend sewing machines to the on the opening day of

L Wm. L. Duke, area Water Sts. and it into $50 per week for Utlt" Building big way, and the scrap Is pilingup Home Economics Department of school B. H. S. has already bro .
are converting an attractive B. H. S until such time as they '
... Fund( alone. on every hand. This Is the ? ken all attendance records. Quite ,
small aparment. can be secured, In some other
next foul: months Other facts wbrcl> were outstanding account given of the progress of a number have entered since that I
thus the been allowed ad- Charlie Powell is also converting a former barn and In the annual reports of the drive for scrap that is given way. It turns out that a new time, Principal Foster Shi Smith
and otherwise well-equipped home
rsonnel who .are now workshop into three two-room apartments on his prop- the church showed contributionsby by L. T. Dyer, chairman of the economics department han no mated yesterday which would
of the entire the WMU to ,local causes and salvage committee. bring the enrollment well over
pectlons! erty in the southeast part of town on Road 28. machines. Ftvn are needed, Mr.
"These the for theyear Never before Mr. the 1,000 mark Four years ago
Duke stated. Cooperative Program Dyer says,
Smith said and It will be greatly
,Is will be known as Perhaps some day the inside story of why Starkewas amounting to 261414. The has he seen teachers and pupils appreciated by the school In general the early attendance was 850;

iment period, and it IsRhat passed up when the housing projects were handed report of the church clerk show- work together so earnestly to doa and the Home Economics three years ago 849; two years

we should not find : out will come to light. It should make very interesting ed exactly 100 additions to the joo. With such effort and cooperation teacher, Mrs. Mildred McRae, In ago 919; last year by the close of /
b t le red-' church membership during that most of the the third day It had reached _
is violating scrap
If could be forthcoming
reading'and will show that particular, they -
somewhere
w." someone, along time. The report of the Sunday lying around the homes i is sure 910-
at once. None can be
the line through ulterior motives simply school showed total of to be collected of '
c-fnkl pUl nee of these or misguidedones a enrollmentof without delay. bought at this time, and the work "The attitude the students'
gg explained by Mr. slipped up. 308 in all departments and Large piles of Iron and aluminumcan will be greatly hindered unless. and the way they are facing dif
"1. That we It gifts of $172 to the Florida Baptist be seen o n every school loaned ficulties Is very fine Indeed", Mr.
donated
s fcllowr simply doesn't make sense to have housing some are or at
action is nit land- pro- Children's Home at Arcadia. ground In the county, both white Smith said In discussing the handicaps -
have tick applied for an ndi :: jects at towns where the need is not one-tenth as greatas The highlight of the meeting was and colored. once Incident to carrying on

rent 2. Wo are now at Starke, and leave this community to "root hog or ,the treasurer's report which show Not having the figures on the New school In unfinished buildings.

petit'a to ioe if they die". We're rooting like II-, but a few crumbs from ed receipts for the year of $8- amount of scrap collected at the Mayor "Students and teachers alike have

registered at our of- the table of the "powers that be' would 474,03, and the close of the year various schools to date, Mr. Dyer Has Busy CourtThe been very cooperative George
Rhat our office might certainly help. with a balance in the bank of says it la too early to make a Bllderback and all his subcontractoro -

tether vr not all room- $1, 13.00. total! gifts from the report, but the honors at presentgo new Mayor, L. A. Canova, have cooperated and are

1 boarding .'scones and church through its Mission bud- to the Brooker1 school where darted off well even when he speeding up their work without

displaying in all ofi Bishop Man Tornadoes Tie get amounted to 11(73949.( teachers, pupils and patrons have was "acting" mayor-before his Interrupting ours.. Within the :

i units a card stating The membership, if the church worked together in getting scrap Installation last Tuesday night In next ten days things will be about

um legal rent."" now stands, with all lettera granted piled up at the school. The court Monday afternoon there completed said "and every-
To Visit ChurchSt. Green Cove 00Last at 444. members, and 24 of WPA trucks hauled 12,100 Iba. of were two liquor cases, three thing will be all right. ,, '
these came'for baptism last year. scrap this week from that school gambling, eight drunks, one case Discussing a matter of discipline : I

Refuses Enthusiastic expressions of ap- while the Lawtey school did near- of disorderly conduct, and a family Mr. Smith laid, "Circum- i

Tract Mark's Episcopal Church Friday night's football preciation were shown for L>. G. ly as well with 11,876 pounds. The fight. The exchequer was Increased stances are such that it will be I''

will be visited by The Right Reverend game. B. H. S versus Green Cove Powell t r e a .urer, and S. E. next highest reported to date Is by quite a neat sum, with Impossible, except I n cases!! of

ril of County Commls- Frank A. Juhan, D. D., Springs, resulted In a score of Sparks, clerk for exceptional the colored school at Hampton I more still to come emergency, for any student to be j

regular meeting Mon- of 00. The work done In these respective of- with over 2,000 pounds. The James Jenkins negro, was fined permitted to go to town during i
Bishop Florida on Sunday. weather was fair, and '
ed an offer made for; fices during the year. Two per- white school at Hampton probably $25 for cutting his wife Willie school hours, or during the noon
se of a 10-acre tract of' Oct. 11 at 11 a. m. Confirmation so was the crowd. iods of silence were observed In has collected several tons, : Nelson, colored was fined $110 hour--except those who go home I

b It owned adjacent to' will be administered to a class "Comer Perryman played very memory of Deacon L. C. Powell, but figures are not available. for possessing and selling whiskey to lunch." He said that In a '

Farmers' Market ad-: that has been under instruction, good defensive ball as guard", said and Mrs. A. M. Darby, President The Scrap Situation Now ; but according to Police Chief, democracy such as this he could

an established prece-' and the Bishop will preach. Coach Woodrow Riser In com- of WMU who died during the The Salvage Committee has cooperated A. L. Alvarez being unable to pay not give a special privilege to
ie Board to keep the menting on the game this week year with the junk dealers the fine he Is still In jail. Ulysses one without giving it to all, and
The takes In
or the possible expan-: congregation pride "and Charlie Parker blocked them. Mrs. A. E. Llghtfoot was elected and the WPA men In getting a : Roger, colored, was likewise asked that parents understandand ',
retired all Indebtedness
having on Coolidge Gannett showed well fined 1105 for the possession and In this 'j
t market. the new roof in preparation for up President of the WMU, to take of- large amount of scrap moved out cooperate regard. i
MS to urgent plea. for the ,Bishop's visitation and wishesto In back field". fice January 1: L. G. Powell, of the county, Mr. Dyer reports sale of liquor. One white man

i salaries, the Board extend Its thanks to all It. The line, up Friday night was I treasurer; S. E. Sparks clerk and and while exact figures are not at was fined $10 for shooting crapIn Registration Books :
be salary of T. C. Ed- as follows: Curtis Lanier and Sunday School Superintendent hand It Is estimated that over the streets of Starke; eight
friends who have generously help I Close "
rator of the County ed. Arnold Wasdln ends;' Ralph Dud- P. M. Barefoot chairman of ushers 800 tons have been moved to date. men were each fined $10 for Saturday :

r, from $100 per month, ley and Edgar Wilkinson, tackles; and L. A. Canova was electedto The WPA trucks have coveredthe drunkenness, and two others werefined Registration books for tbe General
Special music has been plannedto for
r and the Comer Perryman and Charlie county during the past three $10 each gambling.
week wages the Board,,of Trustees. 1 Election to be held Tuesday,
assist the worship, and a cor-
repairmen from $2.50r Parker, guards; Bobble McRae weeks and have moved many tons. ,
3 week.In .
November will close this
dial invitation to be present Is center Billle Colson but have not gotten all of It Mr. Discontinues
day. ; quarterback; Dairy '
Miss Mary K. Hunt the office of James Holllngs-
extended to all.
Julian McRae Dyer and It is to I
old C Wall Agency andy and Coolidge Gas- says now up House DeliveriesPatrons worth Supervisor of Registration i
E. sett halfback; and Herbert Green, Tells Rotarians the schools and the local peopleto
Johns Agency each In the Courthouse, the books will 1
a policy to the Board Bishop Elected fullback. A. T. Andrews was the Of Red Cross WorkIt 'collect the remainder. The of Mat li e w Model close at B P. M.. today. Out In t

public liability on the! Council ChairmanH. only substitute taking the placeof WPA trucks cannot continue to Dairy will have to 'valk tor rideIf the various precincts the books j

fcdgo truck. The Board Edgar Wilkinson. was "Red Cross Day" at the come from Jacksonville and go they have gas and tires) to will close late Saturday after- { '1.

coverage with the A. Bishop was elected chair- The game tonight will be play- Rotary Club luncheon Wednesday from farm to farm through the their grocer's or obtain milk from noon. "'

Johns Agency and in- man of the City Council at Its ed at Lake City at 8:30: o'clock. and guests of honor were Miss county and not get a load In a some other source "Those who desire to qualify to :

he Clerk to return the organization meeting: Tuesday Mary K. Hunt, Red Cross Hos- day therefore they will come only "No more hours deliveries' ," Mr. vote in the General Election must

M by the Wall Agency. night. T. Frank Landrum was Outstanding Film- pital Field Director at Camp Blan- when the scrap has been accumu- Mathews notified hi* customers do so before that time", Mr. Hoillngsworth -
lated in at the schools and f
rd Instructed the Clerk appointed to succeed himself as; ding. Judge E. K. Perryman, piles last week. Reasons: No tires no stated Wednesday

make arrangements for, City Attorney and H. H. Hous-; 'Pride Of Yankees'At chairman and Mrs. Edward other places. gas, no new trucks, no labor."I t

edtment for cancer for ton was appointed member of the, Park Sunday"Pride Burns, executive secretary of the Many people who have scrap can obtain tires nnd BBS for In Case Of Fire .:
Aldridge, who appear- Bond Trustees for a term of three Bradford County Red Cross Chapter neglect to get It together, and wholesale business but not for {

them requesting thatbe years, replacing E. H. Smith.W. of the Yankees", one of then depend upon someone else house-to-house dell I I varies," Mr. Call Department ,
to haul It but it Is to
up every I
given. E. Thornton Fred Sapp, G. the most highly praised films of Guest Speaker was Mlm Hunt person to see that every piece of Mathews explained.'Desperate If your house. or your neigh \,

nse of Norman Daniels E. Leuders and Ben Holtzendorfwere the year, comes to the Park The- who talked entertainingly of the scrap metal and"rubber is moved bor's" catches fire, don't call for I

ale beer distributor was re-appointed on the city atre Sunday for a four-day run. Important work being carried on from his place even If he has Journey'At the "light plant", or the 'city I

ved.d. police force, while R. H. Crund- Telling with unforgettable effect by the Red Cross organization in to move It. The Government Is I, Florida Soon hall", and don't wait to look up ",

decided t o meet well was appointed on the forcein the story of Lou Gehrig a poor the huge Blanding hospital. "The calling for it and the army and |I I the telephone number; just call !

Oct. 14, at 1 P. M. the place of Richard Cooper.O. Immigrant's son who became one period of hospital convalescence navy need It now as they have D.ishlng Errol Flynn, famousfor for the "FIRE DEPARTMENT '

urpose of revising then C. Geiger was re-appointed as of the greatest sports figures of required in the Army is much never needed It. There !Is positively Ms action-packed roles, is now These are the Instructions of Fire r ,

books of the County. head of garbage department. all time, tills film stars Gary greater than In civilian life, and no excuse for letting a pieceof cast In a part more filled with Chief R. C. Buford to the public. : : .'

Cooper who U ably supported by our chief aim is to keep the sol scrap He around that might be adventure and excitement than Monday the fire whistle which

ifficulties Bon Art To Close Teresa Wright Babe Ruth and dier's mind free from worry" dur- used In the war effort. Get yoursto any he bus heretofore played. The was formerly I o c a ted on the

BranchThe Walter Brennan. ing this long trying period, Miss the schools today. film Is "Depperate Journey" which tower back of the City Hall, but
Starke
Goods ; Hunt stated. will be shown at the Florida which for the past few months
Although baseball forms the
I Mrs. Louis Bon Art Studio will close colorful background of the story, "To this end we provide reading Wonder Gift Shop Theatre on Sunday and Monday. has been at the light plant, was
W. Koch Oct. material, games, free movies, Other favorite players In the cast again Installed on the tower near
recently from Its Starke-branch Wednesday. It Is merely incidental to the
a two portable radios and phonographs Opens TodayThe are Ronald Reagan, Nancy Cole- the fire department. All you
Comtek
'Ip during 14, according to Milton human story of Gehrig-how an
which they continueIts and other forms of entertainmentto man, Raymond Massey and Alan have to do In case of fire Is to
ids and local manager, and will young athlete Inspired bya Wonder
relatives In eager mind from Gift Shop opens
keep the patient's Hale. telephone the fire department and
Missouri work In the studios at 209 woman's love, becomes one of
and Indiana. his troubles," the speaker stated. I today In the new Lan'lrum- This thrill-packed story tells of Chief Buford will attend to the
Jt some time a t Dr. West Adams street in Jackson In the most popular figures In "We also pertorm an Important, Brownlee building I 0 n South the extraordinary adventures of whistle. It Is twice a* high as It I I.
home ville. It has been in operation American life. The film revealsfor
town. Rose Bud Thompson St. G. C. Edwards of
Walnut service in providing accommoda.! five numbers of a British Hudson was at the light plant and It
"tAlted his the Olson building on South the first time the real story
sister-in-law Pitts burg, Pa., Is the owner and
tions for relatives who are called bomber who are shot down whileon more nearly In the center of
Noble in Indianapolis street for about 18 months.Mr. behind the career of Gehrig, the W. T. Rudd of St. Petersburg IsmanRgel' I
to Blanding because of the serious a bombing mission over Germany town.
n object of the and Mrs. Comtek will move 14-year sensation of the New .
trip was illness of a soldier; All of The five fugitive Englishmen I
> buy" where :Mr. Comick will York Yankees. His boyhood and The will handle a
merchandise for to Miami these services of course are new shop escape from a prison camp
rug Stores branch there. Jay college days his single-handed line fashion and Important MeetingOf
at Starke manage the without cost to the recipient." complete of and make a desperate dash toward I
ilia. They report It Im- Arnau photographer, has enlistedas struggle for a baseball fame, his Miss Hunt said. novelty Jewelry, and Mr. Rudd the Holland border. The scenesIn Observers Called IAn
find officer in the colorful romance with the Chicago I
electrical equipper lat class petty stated that "Ninety-nine percentof
of staff lion Berlin are among the most exciting -
member
bags or safety raz- Seabees as photographer. He Is girl who became bis wife and who "Some our 24 our stock was made In the when the comrade outsmart Important meeting of all

e shortage of the latter on active duty subject to call. inspired his subsequent triumphsand duty at the hospital hours South most of it In St. Peters- the Gestapo and set fire to airplane observers 1. called
In Jack- his gallant fight against the a day ready at all times to ans- for 8 o'clock ;
mporary Monday night
Dr. Koch be- Mrs! Arnau Is already burg. I a large Incendiary bomb plant,
sonville, where she will be per- terrible paralysis that struck him wer the call. If needed. the di- Mrs. Rudd and daughter, Mrs. Oct. 12, In the court room on .;

fen tranBPortatlon manently established!' with the Bon. down at the height of his renown. rector said. "We try to do for E. B. McKendree whose husbandis the second floor of the courtt I '
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and the hospitalized service man the Long Branch Church '
lJltlel greatly congested Art Studio. Very much like Gehrig In his stationed at Camp Blanding house. t ti
that he cannot
things
500 men, who had just innate simplicity and kindly personality necessary do for himself such as sendingmessages wilt assist In the store. Home-coming day will 'be observed Only those who mean bu"t t
d I for the Scene Gary Cooper has perhapshis the Branch church ness are requested' to cornel!
Navy, having USO To Be running errand. and at Long '
nd shove most impressive role to dateIn To Attend ConferenceCounty members We must deride whether we> t
their way Into meeting relatives at the trains Sunday. All are urgedto
Steen In St. Louis and Of Large Reception portraying the famous athlete. be present, and the public I Is are going' to have an observation .
and busses In Starke.
lie, AfternoonSunday Teresa Wright who scored so Agent L. T. Dyer, will cordially Invited to attend. The poNt or whether we are
Sunday Miss Hunt closed her talk by attend annual conference at rinse I
" should notably as the daughter In "The Bradford County Singing Con going to HI I ,
1 the most not travel ex- afternoon, 4:30: to 6:30 Little Foxes". has the sympathetic expressing apreclatlon for assistance Gainesville the week of October vention has been invited R. H If people are not Interest
.KOCh urgent bus- Club No.1. a role of Eleanor Gehrig. Babe received at various times 12 where all county and home announced. -If observer who will stay on
elated o'clock in USa. Harris, church clerk,
ey can to "and thus reception will be given for the Ruth plays himself as the famous from the Bradford County Chap- demonstration agents in the State Dinner will be served on the their pout are not available J'r
Lion congestion.relieve" the new director Julius L. Thorn and Yankee home-run slugger. ter. There Is still a great need will be In attendance the entire groundu. we will close! It! If there are
reading material-both week. Mr Dyer states that this sufficient citizens who
Mrs. Thorn. Sharing the honors This outstanding (Urn also fea- tor good patriotic
tti with Mr. and Mrs. Thorn will be tures the brilliant dancing teamof books and magazines the hospital will be his 17th annual conference Public ThankedThe think It a worthwhile project, :
Dancers the various commanding officers Veloa and Yolanda and the and donations of this ma- attended In Galnesvlle.The for u* to be ready for anyemergency

Johnson and Elizabeth and their wives from Camp Blan music of Ray Noble and his orchestra terial are gladly received she Conference will consist of Hampton Training School and will bock up S

laity dance team stated. lectures discussions demonstrations (colored) begs your acceptanceof their patriotism. with deeds. I

nail School of the of ding.Mrs. Jeannette Klncald Is chair- and field trips to acquaintthe our very hearty thanks for the the poet will remain opra. :
I" Dance, with the latest agri- Otherwise 11 will flone at ;
will be Committee on Ar- Recent Births On Draft BoardDr. agents donations by white and coloredof ,
guest artists of the
man
cultural Information and to make leant, until another Chief Observer -
subcommittees the from
$20 a
tertalnment and her various plus receipts
day' evening,to Oct.be pre- rangements,have arranged for one Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Waters W. B. Parks I. the new plan for next year. Much time party, which made a total of $25 con be located who will t.

nding The Stark 9. at most outstandingsocial Lawtey. October S, boy; member of tbe Bradford County will be spent this time In discussing -what we asked: for We cannot donate a large portion of his

rated by the N. usa of the seasons Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lee Sim- Selective Service Board, takingthe plans for war time agriculture tell you how much we appreciateIt. time to a difficult task i iH.

sPOnsor with C. C. S. events.Invitations have been mons, Kingsley Lake, October 5. place of the late D. P. Carpenter and how the federal restrictions A Carlton
the USO- About 250 i
Jacksonville Issued. boy. affect the farmers. -Roosevelt L. Smith principal. thief Observer

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The Germans, pursuing their policy of extermination of the sudden! death of Mrs. W. Deeds Filed
The Bradford County Telegraph H. Byne of Daytona Beach. Mrs.
have deliberately killed: tens of Byne was a slater of Mi's. H. L. Tax deedtax certificates nos. Oa&4ite

Kfetabltehed 1877 thousands of Russian men, women and chil- Parker and had recently visited. 26 and 69. Involving $101.94 Sept.
22 for 20 acres to E. E. Green, $
authoritieshave here.
Yearly, $1.75} Hut Months, .l.i*> dren. In some sections, Russian Mrs. W. N. North and her I his heirs and assigns forever.
found it necessary to condemn part of
mother. Mrs. O Beavers have Warranty deed-Ruby Hazen, a
PubllMhed Weekly on Fridays and Entered M See- their own population to slow starvation, in returned from jj.Miami and Mrs. widow, of Alachua Co.; Percy W. Author of "How to Win Friends

L sod Clam Matter at the Post OfficeStorke, Fla. order to provide sufficient food for fightingmen Beavers will remain for a few Kelly, of Polk Co.; Lois Hodges, and Influence People."

and factory workers. The days before returning to her of Clinton, Mo.; John G. Kelly of fir
necessary Leon Co. Hermle C. Kelly, Eus
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home In Alabama tt- ;
/!" 'EFor The Farmer courage of the Red Army is a beacon lightin Mr. and Mts..W. E. Malonewer'o tace L. Kelly, Lone Tomllnson, .

Any charges that the farmers of the the long and bloody history of war. visitors In"Lake City Mon of Bradford Co.; and Sarah F. t

based Never have there been finer and more des- day. .* Hollman, of Chattanooga, Tenn.,
United States are not patriotic, on
Mr. and Mrs. .>H. E. Criner as being heir at law of D. W.
the fracas' in Congress over parity prices perate stands than those made by the Rus- spent Tuesday In Ocala. Kelly, now deceased (and such LEARNING IS MORE IMPORTANT

should be nipped in the bud right now. sians at Sevastopol Rostov, Stalingrad and J. H. Dudley went to Grand heirs together with Mrs. Margaret THAN EDUCATION

' For the American farmer ia probablythe elsewhere.At Ridge Mondays_ L. Kelly, constituting all the I have a letter from a
ana heirs at law of said D. W. Kelly, young !
Malone
Misses Willa Jean
most patriotic species of citizen we have the present time, according to the Sara Emma Crew spent SundayIn deceased Joined In the execution he has had very little educaUo lJeTafe th iis.d

"t4 in this country-and ever since the war best estimates, Germany has about 100 divisions ( Lake Butler with. Mr. and Mrs. thereof by Miriam Kelly, wife,of education will cause him to be a failure in life, ck

''ty l started he has been putting in man-killing on the Russian front. In the opin- Curtis Malone. the said Percy W. Kelly; Lowell' Would you like to hear what one of the most b .
educators in the '
United States
M. Hodges, husband of the said has to
food, to all-)) ion of Russian experts, Germany would have
hours! to bring production an BROOKER Lois Hodges; Thelma Kelly, wife Prof. Harold F. Clark, professor of educatknaffll
time high. to divert 30 or 40 of these divisions to the of the said John G. Kelly, wife college, New York says:

t; In spite of labor shortages, resulting West if the United Nations would open a Ily Mrs. L. O. Hazen of the said Eustace L. Kelly; A. "A college education Is likely to make a man too i ',.

from selective service and farm help going second front in Europe, using the British JOINT BIRTHDAY PARTY P. Hollman. husband of the said for the task of money making" when daring and couraesig
Sarah F. Holman and Roy Q. the necessities.
; prime a
Misses! Phlllla Hazen and BettyPalmer
4, Isles the base of And if that
to the cities for easier and more lucrative as operations. celebrated their birthdays Tomlinson, of the said Lore Tom Let me tell you briefly about some

work, the farmer has achieved a notable record happened, the Russian experts conclude, the Saturday. October 3, with a Joint llnson-parties) of the first part- receive much education. people who did!:

this! year-and he probably is much Red Army could stop the Nazis and even- party at the home of Miss Pal- to Mrs. Margaret L. Kelly, of Orville Wright never finished high school. ButI..iJ.

deserving of wearing an ArmyNavy"E" tually defeat them. But if the Germans are mer. Games of various kinds: Bradford Co., party of the second something far more important; : than a college dinW
more part-a total of 720 acres in !
A
I were played and later on delicious resourcefulness and ambition *
left free to throw all their againstthe
"E" are many of the war factory power refreshments o(;eake and punch Bradford County Sept 23; I. In Greensboro, N. C., there was a boy who
( workers who drop their tools the minute Russians, the Red Army may be elim- were served. The hostesses received Ida C. Simmons, a single on formal education. Never got as far as missed

the whistle blows unless they are assured:: inated as an offensive force. In that event, many lovely gifts woman; Joe Williams and Sadie he got along all right. That young man was high 0 school\, t

of time and a half for overtime. Germany, possessed of almost limitless resources BRIDGE CLUB i, Williams and his Ester wife Simmons; Lacy ,Simmons his- Near Ingelow, Manitoba, Canada, lived an orphan Henry'

could launch an irresistible offensive The Weekly Bridge Club met eleven years old. He had never gone to school
The farm lobbyists in Congress may wife; S. G. Schiller, a widower; his foster father in blab
against England and the United States. at the home of Mrs. L. O. Hazen so made arrangements for him toent
and Verna Beatrice Owen and
have made it appear that the farmer is out The boy's tin dinner bucket
Several was
Friday afternoon. progressions packed and he truT
for all he can get out of this war-but it American and British Army heads of bridge were played, Wayman of Owen the first, her husband-Mattie off early one morning. The very first day he disobtt..
parties part-to
l should be remembered that it is the lobbyists openly advocate the second front. It is no with high score going to Mrs. Lucile Brymer, Sept. 23; a rule. The teacher was enraged, pulled off his belt in

' and not the farmers themselves who secret that a very large percentage of the Guy Harrell, and consolation prizeto Leaston A. Wynn, a widower, to gave the boy a thrashing. The belt buckle hit the bJ
Mrs. V. V. Hazen. Refreshments hand and bruised.it, and by the time he
are doing most of the shouting. American soldiers now in service are being to Free Joyce .Wynn Duncan, of reached home,
of pineapple. salad, saltines, hand was badly swollen. His foster father
4 trained for of the commando Alachua Co., Sept.. 26 was indbgiJ
fighting order. ; !
and coffee were served.OAINKYMKLVIN He sued the school, the trial was held in the largest
The Second Front No responsible .man now advocates a purely : Leaston A. Wynn, a widower, to place in town-a box-car, which also served as the offl tn

defensive war-all are convinced that only Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Melvin announce 26 Mary Lee Wynn Silvernail. Sept. depot. The boy's foster father won the suit, but by tl
The second front has long been the ; time he'won it the had
r the continued offensive can bring eventual the marriage o f their boy grown restless and left hoc
i, + biggest is Leaton A. Wynn a widower, to to try to get a job as an actor.
military question-and getting Edna to
victory. At the time the difficultiesthat daughter Luclle Pledger
same Elaine Wynn Hazen. Sept. 26;
R bigger fast. The plain truth is that a seri- Gainey of Washington, formerlyof Well, he got it. That boy who went to school only R
lie in the of the second front
E. E. Norman and Maude Norman
way are Brooker. This young couple day in his life is Wallace Ford, the movie star! You't'
ous cleavage is developing between, Soviet very important. The cost in troops would will reside in ,Washington where his wife, to J. S. Rosier, of seen him in "Of Mice and Men," "Back Door to Heaver

Russia and the rest of the United Nations. unquestionably be terribly g rea t-raids Mr. Gainey is employed In Government Duval Co., Sept. 19. and "Isle of Destiny."
The Russians feel work. W. H. Edward Jr., and Eula No, a formal education isn't
that
definitely they have absolutely
such as that made against Dieppe have necessary
M. Edwards, his wife, to R. L.
borne the brunt of the fighting long enough, proven that German defenses in Europe are The P. T.-A. of the Brooker Prescott, Sept. 19; it succeed is in some lines essential.of work. The It helps immensely,b
never absolutely
; $t and that it is now time for England and first-class. The problem of supply from School held Its monthly meetingin L. F. Green and Pinkie Green, keep going to school outside the school important walls.thing Educa ii
i the school auditorium Wednes- his wife to Azure Johns, Sept.
the United Nations to do
something concrete the U. S. to England is extremely difficultto 21. yourself. Read. Absorb. Read on the run. Cut outch
day afternoon. Sept. 30. Plans '
and effective. maintain the vast numbers of troops who for the Halloween Carnival were Austin Paul and W. H. Moore ters from a book. Carry them in your pocket. Read the

Wendell)) Willkie's recent visit to Rus- would be engaged in the second front of- discussed. trustees of Lawtey Lodge No. every time you have a minute to spare.

sia was! obviously made for the purpose of fensive, would require veritable of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plummer announce 3222 Odd Fellows to W. H.
a bridge
1 finding out just what Soviet military and the arrival of a baby girl, Moore, Sept. 21; Knight to Margaret E. North, Crosby, to S. :M, Molt and tj
ships across the Atlantic. And, on top of Patricia Ann at the Alachua Robert F. Demorest and wife, Sept. 28; Sidney Mae Mott Sept. 28;

governmental leaders are thinking. Mr. that, .it takes time to give troops the kind County Hospital. Mrs. Plummer Verna. J. Demorest, to Foster Shl L. H. Futch and wife, BeatriceC. Mabel Sullivan, widow, to 1

Willkie had long audiences with Stalin and of rigorous raining that is vital to success will be remembered as Miss Ida Smith and wife, Mary Ann Smith Futch. to Charlie D. O'Nell Batten, 100 acres, Oct 1;

Molotov, and with a number of high-ranking ful invasion of German-held Lee Cone of Brooker. Sept. 23;, and wife Rose O'Neil, Sept. 26. Ella Parker, a widow,!to Oxj
Europe. D. E. Knight-and wife, N. L. A. L. Crosby and wife, Lillie' Butler 30
Russian Sept ;
Army men. lie made a visit to Bill Plummer of the Naval Reserve i
These are but a few of the tremendous I
.....
at Peru Ind., Is visiting his ---------------- -- _,_ .
he front, and talked with rank-and-file Rus- issues ; -- r.---- n ... u ",. _,_ _,"'" ,r ,___.
that bedevil the
High Command. It wife and Infant daughter.
lans. So it is highly significant that he at is to the credit
of the Generals who make Miss Minnie Lou Hazen of

nee issued a statement in which he ad-, military policy that they do not want to Brooker and aunt, Mrs. George I

(ocated the establishment of a second front open a second front until feel Barber of Gainesville, were visIt- our Pubf
they that the J92unon41
"at the earliest ing relatives In Cocoa. \1 I I II /
a possible moment that our \ /
engagement can be won at a minimum cost Mr. and Mrs. James Endlcott \ .

miliary leaders will approve." He then in men. At the same time, it is obvious and son of Starke were visiting ..::::.. / Cohen r s

added that some of these military leaders that the collapse of Russia would be the relatives here for a few' days.
/
1 may "need public prodding." Mrs Hershel Layfleld and
The attitude worst possible calamity that could happento mother, Mrs. Mott, were shoppingIn ,jubilee 7511. 1j eat
of the Russians
is certainly the United Nations. Russia alone has Starke Monday.

understandable. The Russian people, really held the Germans in big actions, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons of
military and civilian alike Alachua we revIsiting relatives
have made
sac- made Hitler pay an awful price in blood and
here Sunday.Mr .
rifices" that deserve the adjective "incred- material for the victories he has gained. and Mrs. Gene Hazen of

ible. According to Moscow accounts, the Russia alone has shown that she realizes Sarasota were' visiting relatives w
'
Russian Army has suffered 5,000,000 casualties precisely what total war means. Russia here for several days.
in killed, wounded and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Futch of
missing. Sixty alone has given her
resources and her
en-
Lawtey were visiting Mr and
million Russians are in areas which at pres- ergies without hesitation or limit. And Mrs. H. B. Crosby Sunday.Mr. a t -- Kt r"1a

ent are occupied and controlled by the Nazis. Russia has received mighty little help from and Mrs., Ralph Hazen

Aid from the United States and England her Allies were transacting business in
despite all)) the brave words that
Gainesville .
has fallen short of the total which have Monday.The
was been
an- said in her behalf. many friends of Mrs. Otis

ticipated, and Russia has a terrible lack of Russia knows that men and guns, not Barry are glad to know that she

food, clothing, fuel and other necessities. conversation, win battles. Is home from the hospital and Is
doIng nicely.
Mr. and Mra. Gus le Feagle

I Florida State Farm NewsBy I Mrs. Mildred McCreary 0 f were transacting business in grl
JacksonvUle, was the week-end Galnesvlle Monday.

guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Eldon Hardy of Wildwood was 1.4 -

E. It. kouvler BIRTHDAY SURPRISE Fancher. visiting his wife here Monday.L. .
Mrs. Chas. W. Turney, who O. Hazen of Williston was
SUNDAY Si'HOOL AWARDSIn Chaplain I* A. Shepherd gave visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. visiting his family here over the

January the Community Sun- Mrs. Shepherd a very delightful C. M. Turney for the past week, week-end. '
day School offered rewards to birthday surprise Wednesday baa returned to her home In
pupils and teachers for the most night. Sept. 30, at Blanding Cen Jacksonville SAMPSON CITYBy

perfect records, Sunday these ter. Covers were laid for 12 at Buddy Davis Mra. S. ,E. Jones
now
studying at
awards were made to Leslie Bradley a prettily appointed table centered
U. of F., was at home for the \1I1b U.stt r
having an average of 100 per- with a beautiful birthday week-end with his parents, Mr. Miss Estelle PoweU of Lake )
cent and to Mrs L. A. Iced Butler
Wiggins cake in pink. A five-course and Mrs. W. N. North. was the guest of her
eacher, with an average of 98 dinner was served to'the followIng cousIns. Mr. and Mrs. Buford
percent. guests: Congressman and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. C. H. WainwrIght McKinney during the week-end.

Let Green, Mr. and Mrs. Hollls and children Joined in celebrating Mr. and Mrs. E., D. Jones Millard -
3RIIX3K CLl'nU.ru. Knight. Mr. and Mrs. C. H, NlIs- the 76th birthday anniversary of Varnes & Lem Brown were
Oscar L. Partney wahOBtem a' worthy, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Rich Mr. WaInwright's father. J. E. in Jacksonville on, business Wed
to the bridge club last ardson. Mr Lloyd Jennings, and Walnwrlght. at Lake Butler Sun nesday. 75thAnniversary
week. Mr.
J. P. day.
Warren
made
Miss Mrs. Irene
Arline Mann. Mrs. Shep Wynn and Mrs. Clar-
high score while Mrs. J. G. God herd was the recipient of some Mrs. L. A. Robinson and Mrs. ence Harper of Starke visited
win won bingo. Mrs. Hugh Hall very lovely gifts. After the din- H. L. Parker have gone to Se- Mrs. Louise Varnes Wednesday.Mrs. .
and Mrs. Chan. W. Turney were ner, Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd with ville to attend the funeral of Mrs. Lula Slade and Mrs. LIz-
guests of the club. Mrs. Partney their guests, went to the home of W. H. Byne. zie McKInney visited relative In SaleStarts
served sandwiches, potato chips Mr. and Mrs. Nasworthy where Mrs. Hugh Hall has returnedto Starke Saturday.Rev. .
cookies and I,
Coca-Cola. Defense they enjoyed games and singing.. Jacksonville after spending C. C. Butler of New River
Stamps are the only prize giVen three weeks with Mrs. C. M. Tur filled h Is regular appointment ,
and our'women are patrioticallyusing Third Claaa Petty Officer, Dennis I here Sunday. '

Dyno, Caro and honey as Fancher, now stationed at ney.Mrs.. J. G. Caldwell and Mrs. I Mrs. Clinton Daughtry of TheI I
sugar ub tltute Ocracoke Inland ia spending a I H. R. Tyus visited In Lake City ressa Is visiting her parents and I Monday Oct. 12th

Mrs. J. L. Robinson and Mrs. ten-day furlough here with his'i I Friday. ,, attended church here( Sunday.Mrs. ,
parents Mr. and Hr* P. D. Fan- Mrs. J. R. I
H. I*. Parker spent Monday. In 'I Kite Mrs. Paul Mc- Margaret Brown spent the
Jacksonville. cher.Mrs. Lendon, Mrs. J. G. Godwin andMrs. week-end with her mother, Mrs.I I

Ellin Fancher I). Hersh fIeld and Miss L. A. Shepherd shopped in Wimberly, at Lake Butler I This great sale beginning Monday at 9:30 a. m.
who has been en- Ruth Herahfleld are visiting Jacksonville Friday.R. ,
gaged In defense work In Cleveland friend in Jacksonville for H. Cox left brings you and time
ten Sunday for every member of,your family
Ohio and has been visiting Relief At
days. points In South Carolina and Vir- lastForYourCough :
his parents several days left Sun- Miss Betty McRae of McIntosh ginia. ly merchandise of standard Cohen Brothers quality '

day for Camp Perry in Ohio to Is visiting her grandparents Mr. Joe Allen Lander, attending the and fashion-rightness saving
take his final examinations for at attractive
U of P.
and Mrs. J. A. BouvIer. spent the week-end with :
entering the service.J. his mother Mrs. J. A. Lander. We cordially invite
H. M. Richards to attend.
and Mrs. A. M. you
O. Caldwell and daughters, Rlcharde went to Jacksonville Mr*. Bryan WhitfIeld and Creomulslon relieves promptly because I
Lila Ray and Frances spent the Wedne daughters, Roberta and Helen, Mr. it goes right; to the seat t; of the I
where
week-end at Ocklawaha visitingMr. day Mrs. Rlcharde and Mrs J. M. trouble to help loosen and expel
Bradley and Caro- See
will visit Mrs. germ laden I Cohen
Bruce
Norman. phlegm and aid nature Brother Special Anniversary
Caldwell's
Mr. line
parents. and Bradley, spent Saturday in to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed
Mrs. J. C. Caldwe'.l.Mr. Capt. and Mrs. H. C. Wall of Jacksonville.Mr. bronchial mucous mem-- i, Sale Edition in TiresUnionTE
and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins St. Augustine were guest of Mr. and Mrs. Paul McLendonhad branes.Tell your druggist to sell you I Sunday
and Mrs. J. G. Godwin last a bottle of Creomulslon with the '
week understanding -
were guests at the birthday din a* week-end guests Mrs. J.
you must like the !
It
ner given for One Wiggins In T. Cogdlll, Chas. quickly allays the way :
end.Mr. Cogdlll and cough or you are I : STORL opEJIIaIND&Y
Starke Saturday.Mrs. and Mra. C. M. Turney Mrs. C. R. McDonnell of Gaines- to haveyour money back. : WELL JlW1W1IIW
R. II. Tyson has returned visited friend. and tended CREOMULSION NIGHT
O'CLOCK
from North Carolina. church In Jacksonville Sunday. ville.Word was received yesterday for CoughsChest Colds,Bronchitis I j. UNTIE. feM



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and Miss Ada >Tlmmo attendedthe
HAMPTON :

Of New School Term By II. B. Wiggins W. M. U. Rally at WorthIngton -

pening Brings Messagesf C'luucn: RLKCTS OFFICERS week.Springs Thursday of last I

Rev. C. A. Warren! was reelected Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May attended '

From Starke Merchants To Patrons as pastor of the Baptist church In Sampson City
f Interest I church; Mrs. K. B WaUeraon as Sunday night.

II I superintendent" of the Sunday Mr. and Mrs. R. 0 Simmons.
School; Barbara Horn secretary of have moved to the Matchctt cot-

Sunday School; Mrs.. Mary Wat- tage which was vacated by Mr.

Like's : Good ClothingAnd teraon/ clerk; and Mr. Horne as and Mrs. Hardee William of
lents secretary of Church.Mr. Bushnell.

and !Mrs. Frank Williams Mrs. J. U Williams, Mrs.
Hot Dogs Low PricesAt George Williams and Mrs. H B.
announce the birth of a daughter afternoor
on Sept. 30. Wiggins spent Friday

Pvt. G. W. Hicks waa visiting In Gainesville.Mrs. .

Chile Barksdale'sAlthough his mother Mrs. Carrie Kalch, J. T. Guy la visiting! hei

UNITED last Sunday.We son. Lt. John Guy, at Prlncctot
STALES are glad. to report that University In New Jersey
the month later than
and girls say a
of boys Prof. Morrow is Improving and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wigginsand
about school la that usual, the opening of"school fin-
.hlne has returned from the hospital. son. Joe, and Mrs. George
them change ally rolled around and mothersand
parents give Archie Klland, Buster Green. Williams attended a birthday supper
can go to fathers throughout Bradford
nch and they Garth Durham, Li. A. JJbna. Jr., In honor of Orle Wiggins In
I of those foot-long County are confronted with the
for one 1 and W. A. Saxon are visiting Starke Saturday night
which, with some kind 2xW3i problem of outfitting their young-
? ( their" parents this week. They
drink, makes a very I sters with good warm clothingthat
I or hoi are with the Maritime Marines, GUM' BRANCH
lunch and a very will wear well and yet not be
ctory stationed at St, Petersburg. Mr T. N. Norman
) too expensive.At lly *
mlcal one, too.ie Claude Durham, who Is In the
Jerry came to Starke a JMJjfri a time like this, when the Navy, was visiting hit parents Mrs. Carlton Chastain and little

For so ago, his famous hotIwere rising cost of living makes every Mi, and Mrs D. O. Durham. last daughter of Jacksonville are visiting -

an instantaneous hit penny count, the buying public we' .k. her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Ihe public--soldiers and clvl- appreciates a place like Haiks- Ethel and Betty Durling\ gave a J. S. Sapp this week

alike flocked to his cleancountel' dale's, where a conscientious effort party and dance in honor of the Mrs. Homer Stearns left last
for a deliciousIt Is made to prices at a
keep
boya of the Maritime Marines Friday for New York where she
became widely known low level. Patrons know that we who are visiting here.! will Join her husband who U thereIn

hot dog at Jerry's was are trying to supply their needs !Mm. A L.. Olson of Torrlngton, camp.

[Jbmg more than"Jerry"a hot dog- at reasonable., cost and they Conn., has returned to her home Mr. and Mm J, C Sapp and

prepared the Chile way seem to appreciate this service.If here to upend the winter, Mr. children of Sampson City were
\ dash of home-made Olson In to follow In November.
with the of Mr. and Mrs.
It beta you are faced prob- dinner guests
-
/for good measure, r' 1'I Mr and Mrs. W. T. McEver of
lunch. a t lem of outfitting one or mOl'echlll1rpn F]. S. Sapp Sunday.
satisfying
Graham spent! Sunday with Mr.
I, in addition to hla counter, with warm winter clothIng and Mm K. B Watterson./ Rev. II. U. Chapin of Bellnvlewts
friends In tilts. sectlor
Ettas a ppaclous dining: room that will stand loU' of hard Mrs. Jessie Mae Sparkman of visiting
for few
A days.
| rear of his establishment, wear and yet be attractive, cometo Gainesville was visiting; her parents -
Mr. and Mrs C. M. Dennison Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Crawford
I table and Flarksdale'p and let ua help you
you can sit at a Tuesday. of near Starke were visiting Mr

(some of the other appetlz- make your selections. You will Mr. and Mrs. Dock TIdwell and Mrs. J. N. Norman Sunday.

Ishea that he offers to the: be delighted with our merchandiseand were visiting In Hampton last Mrs. T. N. Norman and little

pub I 11 including that agreeably surprised at the week. son. Gerald were visiting Mrs.

ful homemade Chile that Is that prevail. I Minxes Harvene Watterson. Bet- II. 1C McRae at Starke Wednes-
moderate prices
his hot
I as famous as doga ty Horn and Martha Horn were day of last week.


linger Set Depends On Leila's Johns' Store Get Out Your Camera And Films --- baptised ing Mn this' .C.Sunday.week M. Dennison in Oalne. Is vlle...pend-I I Rae Mrs.. Odessa and It.children M.and McRae Mrs of and U.Pine M.daughter. Level Mc--



f Smart, Youthful Fashions Helps Customers Keep Picture Record of School Days) here Mm.Olen'' Friday R.Hedenbaugh I* of Brown last has week.win returned visiting were. visiting In this section Sunday -


from, a visit in Baldwin with rel- RISINGBy
and In- Now that B. H. S. has openedfor football practice every afternoon.
!school days are with us pllclty economy. They Costs Low atives.
Keep Norman
I Mm. Eddie
agaln- little later than clude the ever-popular checks and what will undoubtedly be the 'A picture album kept duringyour DL's. C. L. May, Mm. Geraldine
;
this year, but just as thrill plaids, as 'well as the "mix-and- greatest school term In its his- school years will be invaluable Williams, and Mrs. lance Hall Rufus Green of Hrooker was
exciting as ever. mlngle" dresses, so dear to every "Yes. the cost of food Is goingup. to you In later life. Moneycouldn't were in Gainesville Monday. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Nor-
tory, it Is time for boys and girlsto buy It, and you have no
school girl's heart. We can't help it and
s season, as In the past, youcan't will Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Stringer of man Saturday.
out and keep Idea of the satisfaction that
twins will it. It is ofthoo.oe get their cameras
Of sweater
course, help just one
school who and Mrs Karnle: Norman
[adorable girls, back High Spring were visiting Mr. Mr.
an accurate picture record of all come to you In looking over
again be the mainstay of both things that happen duringa
fashion-conscious of Gainesville were
and
-t as as and Mrs. Marvin Williams last family
high school and college sets for w.tr and nobody seems' to be their activities for 1941-42. those scenes. Start right now to
[mothers will make Leila's Sunday.Mr. visiting Mr. Norman's mother,
everyday wear. There are dozens able to stop it." These remarkswere The fine new school building, of keep a record of your high" school
and .
MI'I'l.s' K. Norman Sunday.
{shopping headquarters,
let and Mrs. Olen of
of the well- of bright new shades, and the made this week by Carl which we are all so proud Is days the snapshot way and Ray
ular shrine ef- truly smart young lady likes to Johns, manager of S. R. Johns wonderful picture material Itself, the Bradford Photo Shop (next Montlrello were visiting; Mr. and Mlas Ruth Goodman of Gainesville -
I woman has spared no Union Call Mrs. J. W. Horne afternoon was visiting her grandmother -
door to Western on Thursday
& well-known innumerable good
the sleeves Son Starke and get
wear long pushed gro- you can
i order to be ready to meet benefit of their of last week. Mrs. J. W Drlggers. Sun-
and friendsIn St.1) give you the *
imand. above her elbows and affect a cers. shots of yourself your
I single! strand of pearls over the "Parents of school children are and around this handsome wide experience In this. line. Mrs. Ruth IledrnbauKh. Mrs. day.Mr.
lured at Leila's are such top button of the cardigan. confronted with quite u problemat structure. Besides developing and printing, W. M. Turner, Mrs. F. H. Hall and Mrs. Eddie Norman and
known Carol and Mrs Dirt HInson In family were visiting. ( in flrookei
ally names as were
It la no easy task, thin matterof this time," Mr. Johns con Why not form a camera club we carry complete line of film,
Joan Miller and Carlyefor keeping right uptotheminute tinued. "For In spite of rising and give recognition for the best flash bulbs, developing materials, Gainesville Tuesday. Sunday afternoon.

juniors and misses, on what's what In the realmof food coats, they must still plan picture of the week? There -is printing paper, cameras and all Mr and Mrs. Paul Medlock Mrs. W. M. Norman of this

r Fair lingerie, Formflt and fashion' and Leila's younger I wholesome, nourishing meals for wonderful material In every phase other supplies. Drop in for a have an apartment at Mm. W. K. section full last week and broke

iform brassieres, o rig I n al customers, truly appreciate this their children If they expect them I of school activity. You could friendly visit, and we will be gladto Rhodens'. her 'hand and fractured, her,.knee.
|and hat models from New extra effort that Is made In their to fo their best work In school. take up several rolls of good ac- dlHCUis your, problems with you Mrs. 1C. B. Watterson. Mr.. M. We all wish her a speedy recov

l finest ready-to-wear houses behalf. Their gratitude !Is sllown "This Is where our store can I tion pictures at the Tornado at anY time. L Wutterson. Mm. J. W. Horne ery. .

|I lihest; quality accessories. in the wonderful patronage accorded help you," Mr. Johns said. "Be- I '. ,v uFr"yire

a's school clothes are care- Leila's by members of cau.- we buy In such large quan- ')
chosen for wearabiltty, sim I the younger set. tities we can obtain the lowest Child Must Have ,-., .if'

prices and gladly pass these savIngs '-


Of Higher Educationidly Therefore along, when to you our buy customers.at S. R. I I Good Health j jdt THIS IS WHAT WE'RE FIGHTING FOR!

ue Johns &: Son you know that you r

are getting the most for your For Best WorkIf "Next in importance to freedom and justice
'money that can be obtained. I
Shown In War Times dt
"Although food prices are is popular education without which''' -neitherfreedo'tn
higher today than In some time, your lent making goodgrades
I at school, look for the real I I be permanently maintained"
there Is no need to, deprive your nor justice can
w before has the value of tlon. A college education Is one I family of wholesome nourish- cause. ,
''ege education been so of the soundest of all invest- ment" Mr. Johns stated "there I The chances are that his failure i I FORMER PRESIDENT JAMES A. GARF1ELD

Illustrated as It is In this ments.' Mr.. Wilson! stated. | are still plenty of good foods that IttiVt dUe'to any mental deficiency,

lot war. Young men with "But even more unfortunate, can be had at a ,reasonable price but simply because he I isn't as

training are quickly pro- than the boys and girls who can-, and if you will visit our store we strong and well 'as he should be

I In the Army and Navy to not go to college because of lack will give you the benefit of our and does not have the vitality to One of the highest privileges of

aylng, high-ranking jobs, of funds, are the children who advice as to how you can have cope with the arduous duties of 1
I their less fortunate friends are forced to drop out of high plenty to eat and still stay within school. Perhaps It Is his eye or American citizenship: b free, educa

|be satisfied with the lower school every year because of the your budget." his tonsils, or teeth or anyone r r ), ? tion. This l privilege alone .. worth

K positions. death of a father who failed to of hundred things that'mlght be t, r fighting for! It is a. privilege you
petition! Is so keen In every carry enough Insurance to pro- GRAHAM keeping him from devoting his ,
I of life after his de ; could: not have under NU or Jap
today that without vide for his family Smith full strength and energies to his i
By Mra. L. C.
ate education, a man ,oran parture. This boy or girl 4s studies. rule because: both nation believe

Is almost doomed to placed under a handicap that can Emmett Altman and son, James,: You should flrt consult the I that only selected: individuals should abe
before he be overcome, no matter howl and little Roberta, of
even starts never I daughter, family physician and If he finds well-educated. and that
parents would only look hard-working or deserving he or I! South Carolina are visiting friend that your child needs a tonic to 11 women

and take out a small educa- she might be. | and relatives here. build up his constitution or other should have only limited educationat

I Policy at the birth of each "There will never be a more, L. C. Smith and L. Starling medicine or helpful drug then best

line problem of higher edu- opportune time than right now, left Sunday for Tallahassee\ where come to Koch's, where all pre- ?r '" '
Freedom Education fol'alII
!
would be start of another school will attend school for Justice
easily and pain- at the they a scriptions, from the largest to
olved. This,was the advice year, for you mothers and fathers civilian training in the Signal the smallest, are given the very |! What a lucky people we are!

thlo week by Jos. E. Wil- to come In and discuss the security -I Corps. best of careful attention. I Fill a glass with sparkling golden,
1 the Harold C. Wall Insur- of your child's future. Your Mr. and Mrs.\ Talmadge C.Kelley Of course It might be that y
delicious Beer and drink ,
Agency. "The Increased children are your most valued of Brooker were visiting your child Is In perfect health. : JAX a j
'
P8 power that would 'come possession. They deserve 'pri- Mr. and Mrs. George Rivers Sun- All we can do In that cam Is. to thankful toast to the blessings you

boy or girl as the result orlty' in all your thoughts and day.Mrs. Invite him to drop in after school enjoy* an American-blessings far
u
I higher education would plant", I Invite you to drop by. Florle McKlnney was visit- or at lunch for a refreshing "
I than pay for such a policy our office or call 146", Mr. Wilson ing her mother, Mrs. Annie Ward drink, a healthful dish of Iced, a greater than any other nation knows.

a few years after gradua.an j concluded.of I and her sinter, Mrs. E. Strickland cream, or a nourla I hlng plate I

Sunday.Mr. lunch at one of the cleanest foun-
and Mrs. Seth W. Roberts taints In Florida. I,

| of Brooker were visiting Mr. and The matter of physical examination !- 9.
Neat Essential
Clothes Are Mrs. C. B. Roberta Sunday.Mr. Is so Important however,

and Mrs. Roy Reynolds and I that we mention It again. Very JAX in JUMBO Bottles

Health children were visiting friends In often there are little things the)

And Appearance Of Child I Reddick over the week-end. I I I matter with a child that cannot be makes mttt pleasure for more people

discovered except by a doctor'sexamination. I!

Is PINE LEVEL I Do not lose patience) Buy JAX in qusrt because bottle
a well-known fact that drudgery by patronizing the fly Mt- H. M. McRae I with your child because he Is' cap are rationed. The big Jumbo
that are properly cleaned laundry department of the Starke making low grades In school. He I
bottle makes each do
more
liar Eld. and Mrs W. E. Hall of cap
Intervals & Laundry. This :
far outlasfrt Dry Cleaners cannot do his best work unless the work and shortageof
are neglected and al- wonderful service is not at all Green Cove Springs spent the is In the best of physical con-' beer. Jumbo helps prevent llIthenel&hborly. '

I to become grimy with dirt. expensive when you take advan- weekend here with friends and : dltlon. .tij for the
I friendly way to buy JAX "
with Mrs. C. I
r 'Is why It Is tage of the "family bundle" whichis spent Sunday night Koch's Drug Store wants to be duration.If .
Important for M. and Mrs. J. D. Odomat
and ISc Phillips
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laundered for only ,
of service to whether In
's, at the you you don't want to use ,
beginning of this Sampson City.
a pound. sickness or In health.
the whole bottle e.C once,
school year, to Mr and Mrs. Owen McRae of .
form the The mother of a growing boyor I' l
open gently, pour slowly,
of having Hampton were visiting relatives Vanderbilt was visiting Miss.
school clothes of other replace the crown tightly'
d girl has plenty here Sunday. Odessa McRae ,Monday. I j J
regularly and often at bothered and put back in your Icebox -
without being : f
trouble Mrs. Eunice Box and little Mrs. O. D/ Mote and daughters -
larke
III Dry Cleaners. Not with cleaning and laundering prob- daughter, Joan, have returned to Rachel and Mary Jean, and f to next keep refreshing until you want drink, v

children look better and lems. Let us take this worry their home at Bartow after son. Eugene all of ,Dothan, Ala., your
I' of cold, sparkling JAX. 1
(tter hi clean clothes. but off shoulders. Just call 28 ding several days here llpen-j' and Pvt. Earl Motes of Fort Ben- BEERI. I
real your parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Kelly. fling Co, spent part of last week I
economy In
r the long and we will offer you all the Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae Jax Slewing CompanyiACSON1fILlEEL0111A

::8 wdertni how much 'more advantages of our modern clean- family of Sunny Brook were visiting and family. ,

I aer.clean clothes will be ing and laundry equipment, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kelly Mr. and Mrs. IL M. McRae were k

can also practice eco- promise' that the cost to you will Sunday night. visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Con-

lad save themselves a lot be very reasonable.. Miss\ Mary Lou Alvarez! of ner at Cum Branch Sunday.


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hard day at the office, she Featured PlayerAt Miss Snookle Corpening 0 f Enos

. SOCIETY and CLUBS couldn't get In the house, herself! USO Dance SaturdayThe Tallahassee spent the weekend 1 Spent Hayes Of Jtct

. Hear Marjorie Davis is quite here with Mr. and Mrs theParents. weekend
Charley
excited about the U of F USO dance sponsored by; Johns. I Mr belt
(;ri o-PJantieri Bedenbaugh-Eiland Mrs. Rennolds Hostess Seems she has a great interest the YMCA and JWB at Club No. Hayes Ind IfJ"

Honoring Mrs. Johns over there who'll be home this 1 last Saturday was distinguishedby r' ".
In an Imprenlve ceremony dui'. Mr and Mrs. L. D. Elland of week-end '. Tim?that's him! the presence of Pvt. James

Ing mass at the st Edward Hampton announce the marriage Wednesday afternoon from 3 tc>> S. G. Denmark leaves soon Larkin, formerly known us Jerry Regular
Church Saturday, September b, of their daughter, Elizabeth, to :5 o'clock Mrs. L. A. Rennolds en. for the Army an' 'lows as how Lark of Hollywood. Pvt. Lar- DINNERS Plate
Miss Ann Plantleri, daughter of Olen L. Bedenbaugh, son of Mr, tertalned with a shower, honoring he might as well part company kin has had a featured part in
Mr. and Mrs. N Plantleri, o f and Mrs. Leland Bedenbaugh, also] Mrs. Charley E. Johns. The llv with that handsome maroon Ford several movies, his last appear- LUNCHEs
Hoboken. N J. became the brad e, of Hampton. I Ing room of her attractive Walnut t Anybody want a bargain? Powell and GOOD OLD FASHIONED
with Dick
of Sgt Victor C. Grieco, son o f The marriage, which took placefat ] St., home was decorated with I UnDerstand Bill Graham's ance being
Mr, and Mrs: E. Grieco, also o: the Hampton Baptist Church I autumn flowers and roses been reclassifled an' given a much Pat O'Brien In "Cowboy from HOME COOKING

Hoboken. The bride wore a beau. on Sunday, Sept 6, was performed stating, Mrs. Rennolds were I higher*"priority" rating by Uncle Brooklyn.] He is now stationed *---- ,
tlful white gown, of French Mons' by the Rev. H. J, Blddlecum of Mary Ella Turner and Jo-Ar Sara Here's the story in a with the 79th Division at Camp ---"'-- "- '---o

sellne de coir and carried a love)y Gainesville. The bride had as her, Barnes, attractively dressed in nutshell: Blandlng and acted as maater-of I NOE GEL'S
bouquet of white asters. matron of honor Miss Sybil Green,, pink and blue party frocks. JoAn Bill got a: note the other day; CAFE
Sgt. and Mrs. Grleco spent the)r and Mr. Bedenbaugh's best man entered first with a miniature This Is what it bad to say: I ceremonies for the amateur show 222 Temple Ave.

honeymoon at Daytona Beach an was Freddie Watterson. Flower parasol, carrytog several gifts Please be' advised you're in 1-A held during the dance. Starke, F1IIaIIIAlIW1llaAalptlullXtWli@4NX .
other Florida cltiew. They an I girls were little Frieda Eiland and hanging from It. Then the two .. ., Pvt. John Rex, formerly with
making their home for the present Evelyn Norwood. little girls re-entered from sep sWe've said enuff-An' that Joe Kearn'n. Orchestra won first nryjWaIIIIIN111111IIXWll1411'r"--'
i at the residence of :Mr. and After the ceremony a reception rate doors, one pushing a tea- ain't hay! prize with his rendition of "Star- ay
Mrs. S. A Weldon on North Wall given at the home of the cart burdened with gifts, and tht dust" and Pvts. Oswald and De-
Walnut street. Sgt. Grieco li bride' parents and out-of-town other with a lovely bassinet, lined Margaret (Pearce) Smyth thrilled 'Britto were tied for second prize.A Soldiers And

stationed at Camp Blanding. guests Included the o f f i elating with pink and blue satin ribbons with news from the Capt. 30th Division band will play Civilians ]

minister and Mr. and Mrs. D. V. and lace, with a pretty blueeyeddoll Seems he's beln' transferred for the dance at the USO this
Miss Ward Becomes Bride Underwood of Gainesville; Miss and gold necklace. from Ft. Sill, Okla., to a campin Saturday night. Always Welcome
1 Of Sergeant Jackson Green, Miss Lois Jones and Mrs. Mis. Rennolds assisted by Miss Va., for two weeks tralnln At

Sunday AfternoonThe Guy Morgan of Jacksonville. Betty Turner, served cream and She'll join him In a few
Others present were many relatives cake, with miniature umbrellas days That ladder you saw
marriage of Mls Veta Mae and friends of Hampton. as favors. leanin' against the window In MICKEYSSERVING S SI
Ward, daughter of MmD.. C. Thirty guests were present. Sibyl (Western Union) Flynt's
Ward of Cross City, and Staff WSCS Members To Hear upstairs room at the Grady Bag- I
Sgt. Walter Morris Jackson, son Review Of Books Woman's' Club MeetingThe fett's wasn't for purposes of I 1 0l10l
of Mr. and Mrs. H. Carl Jackson: elopement .. ', Painters left it ,
of Staike, was solemnized at 4 Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, secretary Woman's Club will meet there, but some local Romeo missed l -' -
+ o'clock] Sunday afternoon, October of Bible and mission study for.Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 14, at a good chance to serenade thla
4, at the home of the bride' the WSCS of the Methodist four o'clock, at the club house. attractive ex-Marlannaette FANCY WESTERN CHOPS &
brother-in-law] and sister, Mr. and church, announces that there will Mrs. Carl A. Knight, chairman of Guess all of us have heard stories I STEAKS
Mre. Lk E. Conner, in Gainesville be an all-day study of the new !program, has. announced that Mrs. of the mother-in-law who went PLANK STEAKS FOR PARTIES, ITAL.

u The Rev. Cha H Allen of Starke book, "On this. Foundation", on W. R. Morse will review a popular' along! on the honeymoon, but at"east v IAN SPAGHETTI & MEAT
1 the in the 1 book. Mrs. Rawson J. Davis hascharge the :I BALLS,
} performed ceremony Thursday, Oct. 19, at the church. bridegroom was present w '
t presence of the Immediate families The pastor, the Rev. G. C. Powell, I of a musical program, and also Now Maude (Mrs. W. MANY GARDEN FRESH VEGETA.
?4 and a 'few close friends. will review this Interesting book, t the president, Miss Evelyn Stump, G.) Haile tells one with a new BLES. HOME K A K E D ROLLSxn
,
r' The living room of the Conner which deala with missionary workIn will preside over the business session wrinkle Seems the unhappy WHILE YOU
li home was lighted with tall white South America. ; I : bridegroom was called back to WAIT PASTRIES.ALWAYS .

1 candles placed at each end of the The morning session begin.C.: at Hostesses for the afternoon are: I Standing on urgent blzness right

a ,a mantle. The ring ceremony was 10. o'clock, at 12 o'clock] luncheon Mrs. Frank Wilson, Mrs. Ethel after the ceremony so the bride All Work Guaranteed.
performed In front of the fireplace M. Biggs, Mrs. A. E. Llghtfoot, an' the mother-in-law! who came
which was beautifully banked will be served' In the Recreational Mia. R. C. Buford, Mrs F. F. here from out of town for the Only The Highest QualityLeather THE BEST THE JARKETFFOHn

with coral vine, and on both Building with Mrs. W. B. Sewell Stump and Mrs. Earl Searing.Mrs. ceremony, have been consolingeach Used ,I
sides of the hearth were placed as chairman of committee. The other ever since The
tall baskets of large white clad I'alas. O. L Beasley and Mrs' J. unlucky Blandingite hasn't ,I
J afternoon session will ]last from honeymooned -
k' /,
one until 3 o'clock. !In Ja Kincaid,::kaonvllle were Wedrenday.business visitors' yet! But as they BROWNSTEEN'SSHOE j Mickeys Cafeteria
l?" The bride was attended by her say now to explain everything j
sister, Mia. Conner, and Mr. Jack. "There's 'awar* on, you know!" REPAIR
son's beat man was Sgt. George an' I, guess' maneuvers take priority Acres From Poetefflcenromnensunimnmmioieimn.nannuimanare. 1 I In Blanding Center Stance Fit
Silcox of Starke. over honeymoons with Uncle 1 = ,
The lovely blonde bride chose Carolyn Callstreet Sam '; But not with me '" i mromiluuoomoiermmmrmimmsiaunaummmanoimoauanommnmmimuan, ' I !!! ,,. ,.,
$" N for her wedding a dress of blue Says (flower of ,,, ,,,, ,,, ,, ,., ,, ,,, .... .., .. ,.. .. ,,.,,,, ,, .",, ,""' ,,,,",,' ,
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wool, with which she wore "shock. Carolyn. !,I
n Ins-" Dink accessories. Her cor I

rage was of-tube roses. Can't quite explain It, folks, but Davis among the fond mothers. in- New River AssociationWill '
'
Mrs. Conner wore a navy blue there's something' about the be- 5DAYS
Hpectin the new buildln Monday Meet Here

ensemble, and her- corsage was of ginnln' of a new school term that mornln' .. Incidentally, the latter Wednesday October 14 J! RK
i red ,
roses. puts an' added bit of life an' maintains it's her 12th con-, TH : I
Following the ceremony, a small pep in all of us Jus' to see the secutive time to visit school on: The annual meeting of the New !
reception was held for the wed bright young things goln an' corn- .
openln' day Seems that Principal River Baptist Association will beheld IE
ding party and guests. A large. In' from school is quite an inspiration Foster Shi Smith is even this year at the Starke Bap- ';,

wedding cake, topped with a miniature in itself Specially more versatile than I first suspected tist church on Wednesday, Oct.
bride and soldier bridegroom when they're all tricked -out In Practically built his 14. The meeting/ this year will i
centered the table around chic little pinafores like Jewell new house, you know, an' now he be limited to one day In order to Beginning Sunday October 11 --- Thru Hunts Oct.|
which coral vine was Intertwined. Carter, Margaret Stringfellow an' Insists that he's an expert tatter cooperate In tire and gas con ,
The young couple left immediately Lorene Moncrlef A trimmer Says Its a rare art, almost servation, and will have three sessions -
afterwards for a short wed- trio methlnks I never saw as soul-satlsfyln as knlttln' in order to accommodatethe
ding trip and will be at home later Veteran (or date. I uae that Haven't decided yet whether he's full program IDOL OF AMERICA'S ROARING CROSS
at Rlchland] Ga.
,
word?) schoolmarms Madge MId- klddin<) or not Call St. merchants The mornIng"se8Eilon begins at 9 .
Mrs. Jackson has been ,a pop. dleton, Evelyn Ritch an' Ethel ,
I were literally bowled over 9:45: and will feature organization
ular resident of Gainesville for BlggH proclalmln' that the swankynew by the mad scramble for every and r e p o its on Missions. The -He Knew
the past two years and, until her building is nearer to Heaven a Romance That Comes
pair of shorts an' slacks In town Aaaoclational sermon will be de-. ,
recent Camp resignation Bland Ing., was employedat side than of they ever expected to be this Seems that gym outfits will livered at 11 0' clock by Dr. | to Few Men and That Few
the Pearly Gates ,
Scads
be worn In the new physical ed. Thomas Hansen, pastor of the.
Sgt. Jackson Is stationed with of new teachers Haven't met class] Can you Imagine !some Main Street .Baptist church Jack- Women Will Ever Forget!
the 124th Infantry at Ft. Ben- 'em all
yet but ] like
surely the of the sights that will result? sonville, and a former pastor of
nlng. Ca.Junior samples I've seen Tiny brunette Maybe they should sell admission the Starke Baptist Church.
Pearl Lewis (Hawthorne) tickets The afternoon session, following The intimate, exciting behindthescenesdrama :
Woman's Club who'll handle part of the first lunch served in the church an- of a public hero..his
Plans grade, an' she of the triumphs... ;:,, w
Banquet gorgeous Speakln of Call St. ihorrhants, nex, will begin at 1:30: with a
auburn h a I Mildred McRae at leapt one Blanding couple will devotional led by S. E. Sparks, his shy courtship..the great love he won "V ; ,u
Members of the Junior Woman's (Mississippi) who'll teach our leave Starke and will feature and the
firmly convincedthat an address' at 4 .. secret he kept even from the
Club will enjoy a dinner party sweet young things to sew a fine we have the most accomo- o'clock by a Chaplain] from Blan- } r
Wednesday! night, Oct. 14, at bne !seam an' peel onions without datln' shopkeepers In the world ding. one who could understand. Destined to

of the local restaurants. All mem- weepln' '. Seems a wife was shoppln'for The evening session, which follows rank with Goldwyns' other "Greats"!
bore who wish to attend will
an eccentric husband who supper in the ,annex at 6 Ii
meet at the club building at 7:15: Gllmp"pd Mlz: Tom Hurdlng, wore the lower half of pajamas p. m. will open with a Gospel S
a.
p. m. Mia Bryan Whitfield an' Luclle only-the upper half beln' a dead song service"with the Starke Bap

,, loss as far as he was concerned tist choir'anll 'a featured _
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She happened to mention this and will have lets: the main speaker
We Do Superior Work- fact In Stump's Store, co what the Rev. Theo Farr, newly elected 8'

CALL FOR AND DELIVER did obllgin Eva S. do but sell Field Secretary of the Florida] J :
her the pants of a perfectly good Baptist Convention. \
I pajama suit! Guess she r _
For Better Cleaning figures that It takes all sort of, Birthday Dinner ;1 M1 //
people to make a world and that 1 DM
October 3 was the birthday of
some
day some one will come
TRY TILE along an* want the upper half, Councilman One Wiggins/ and ,!
Too bad when such a nlos Mrs. Wiggins invited relatives to ''; I
NEW METHOD CLEANERS couple] aa the E. C. Perry's and their home on East South St., for
their football playln' son can't a birthday dinner Saturday night. I STORVr
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards Owners move to Starke because of the Those present were his parents,
:sis Temple Your Patronage Phone house famine F He's the new Mr. and Mrs. /I. B. Wiggins, his ,t SAMUEL GOtOW OpsaGAa
Avenue Appreciated 133 agent at Thereasa an' Mrs. Perry sister, Mrs. George Williams and I

-,.... -, -,- ... -", -----0> an' ton are still at Jennings, but her son Howell, all of Hampton; i!
and his brother and sister-in-law.!
want to move here as soon as '
they find Mr. and Mre. L A. Wiggins and
can
quarters ,
COMPLETE LINE OF MILITARY their daughter Marie, from Stat .O
Add Notable Newcomers Mar Farm. "S"BID
SUPPLIESFOR
garet Schoff SS
whose pep energy IV rmcriT rot'RT. BH\I>FOIIII [
THE SERVICE MEN OF CAMP BLANDING an' enthusiasm are more than re COUNTY.CEft Y. FLUHIUAl, IN 1 tllAV f r I.'G)

WE OFFER FAIREST PRICES; AND fresh In' Been here only a Margaret JInx MHIIkln. Plaintiff, uIE tie !-W1 '
FRIENDLY SERVICE week an' already takln' part In VII Purrel Mike MHIIkln. Jjrfaiv_ (1"1. ,. \.1U eRBRAN ,;
.
dant ('a.e No, .117*, j ( "
everything front knlttln' classesto ORDER 01 PUBLICATION WR(6N1.6AB art M w" lltallllu' ',,
P. S. STORES Inc. church society meetln's STATE AND NOTICE OP PLAJKIUA TO APPEAR .g TERESA \ ltulat sAM wood "! -
toPurrel:
Husband's a Blanding Lt. Mlk. Mllllkln. whose roaldonee. In OIN4r. tty
TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU Highly Approved: Margie (Math Mother care: of, Rout airs No.David 1, Halifax J, Mllllkln., North I ., j ikk
ews) Wowiing's new hairdo < Carolina.
Standing Center Bus Station Mo becomln', especially with that You are required to appear on
And .115 W. Call St. Starke Fla. fancy pink pullover sweater November named Court lnd.ele41 and cause, In the wherein above Se.-her by k ie.tp a.414er.asa M-haul.orleMd 15011 iw Pau1 Oola.o
,
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plaintiff snake
divorce and rent /
Glimpsed Freddie ora s'
Wimberly en- et 1
Lion of Maiden Name Bradford ::1 I
!joyln the company of a tall, dark County Telegraph hall publish thin
I an* handsome male las' Order in next four weekly Innuvn
Thursday Witness ADMISSION
my ham and official seal PRICES FOR
OPEN FROM 11 A. M. TO 11 P. M. i night ,,, Wonder If that',!:'bis at Starke, Florida this October 2nd, THIS ENGAGEMENT
class ring ,she's. ,wearbV t'' teiz. ONLY'
.F. OFFICIAL SEAL) A.1. Thomas Matinee .Also ......
Could I
be '. ,
LUNCHEON35c Hear Simeon an' All Clerk of Mid Court. 104t lO-JO ------___________- 36c --
Juanita Phillips spent a pleasant Tax ------___________ 4c
week-end at the Mayflower Hotel I
In JaxvlIIe Faces I'll miss: roar CAN GET t Total -

SHRIMP FISH CHOPS SIRLOIN STEAK. Buck Alvares Clark from from Darby's the p. an'Merton o. KEAlsKEllEFIu Evening '.--- -__ --____ 50c This I Is America -

DEVILED CRAB CALFS LIVER-2 VEGETABLES .. Buck chose the Coast Guard ACID Tax -----.T --II7I 5c (
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an' Merton the Navy ,
II NO DRINK OR DESSERT _, INQIGESTIONCarpenter's
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We Maintain The Bean Total ,...-- 55C
Cleanest Place In Town Burns tellit this one on herself --

6 I : Seems she's been impressln Service Men at All Times __ 30c Comedy --.
on her maid the importance of Tax Included
.GUIDON GRILL lockln the house up tight when Children
she leaves In the At All Times
afternoon .
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Courthouse Tax
Jim
Forrest. Instructions
Mgr. ---
were carried ---
out so ------ 2c
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Phone 90 thoroughly tother day that when -- Latest War News

Deft arrived home, tired from a Drug Store Total ______ 20c t

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OCTOBER 9. 198 BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKORAPH. 8TAKKK. FLORIDA PACK FIVE '


Walker and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. UDC Met WednesdayAt IV CIHCI'IT' COfHT. Drtinronts vii. Rerwe.. Hansen Defendant, Can.

r BITS of LOCAL NEWS Edenfield. all of Lake 'Butler and Home Of Airs. MatthewsThe I"(.("'VTV. PLOHII| l\ CIIANKMV. No. ORDER 2181. f'l'nl.IC'ATrOS

Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Stricklandand Paul e:. FlHhe'r Plaintiff. v.. Kllianeth ANO NOTICE TO APPEAR
Murnhv Klwhor, l>.fen"1ant.
baby Ilene of Florahome. W. T. Weeks Chapter U. Cane No. 2180.OKI STATE) OK FIXiniDA" to: nenriiHanaen. -
of Orlando is In Two local girls-Miss Dorothy Mrs. A. F. Sauls and Miss I >Kll OK' pmLIPATtOMA.l Number 405: f name, tft..
Martin, I Fi'ed'i Mrs. E, J, Nix, Jr. of Miami in D. C., held the first meetlngof: NOTH'W Tt API'KAU: N.w York City, New York
relleving'1'. A. May man- Green and Miss Ruby Newwome die Wimberly spent Saturday I'' visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. the fall season1 Wednesday afternoon 8TATR tlF ,FLORIDA to. Kll.ahelli You are required to appear on
Western UnionIJbo have been for the past two weeks Number November Iml. IMJ! In the ahox .
| local shopping in Gainesville.Mrs. Murphy 83I&3nth : --I
W. L. Andrews for two weeks at the home of Mrs. E. S. Fjo'k
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weeks' "in training" the Avenue, Bon IlelKhtn.Uueeim ,: named Court and ratine whereinplantlff
to on a two at Western Bertha Pearce, Miss Wanda I before Joining her husband Lt. Matthews, with Mrs. Matthews County txinic, : Inland, New eeeka divorcee Uradfonl \
1. with Mi parents; Mr. Union office. After six or eight Pearce and Mrs.\ E. R. Smyth York. County Telegraph shall publlMh thisUrd.r t
Nix at Fort Bennlng, Ga. Mlso Mudge Middleton and Mrs
I FetersMr weeks Intensive You are required to appear on I j in neat four weekly 10.".'",
A E. May. in St. training they will spent Thursday In Jacksonville. I Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mrs. E. P. .:. ti Matthews as co-hostesses, November end? 1843n the nliovennmed I 'WltnOBii. my hand and official I Heal

|] T A. May has been be given the permanent employmentwith Charles Busby spent the week. ; McCollum and Mrs.. J. D. Cottrell The reception hall,. living room Court neekn and dlvo.'raiiN.'.. "wh..lnI'I..hlllrt .....Uudt'ollnty"r.I.I.81h at ..Starke.1948.OFFICIAL: Clorlda, this Uctvlier6th. ,
the
for past company in one of Its
t. Petersburg end in Jacksonville with friends. called to Thomasvl, and dining room were elaborately Khali publish thla .
offices. were Order In next four weekly b........ ( SEAL) A. J ThomasAs
lIS. Mrs. P. M.\. Barefoot and Mra. I Ga., Sunday morning because of decorated with potted plants Wltn' ...a my hand and official' I Clerk of said. Court 10-9 4t 10.10

|Otis Nelson and sons Jim- Frank C. Hoi Ings worth left Bernice Opperman were business the serious Illness. of their aunt bowl or roses clnnias and mari noel at 8lar(<., .Klurtda thin. Octol.ir -
Ed Friday in Tuesday morning for a few days' visitors to I golds. III h.. 1U4J.OKKICIAK .
Ronnie spent Jacksonville Thursday. Mrs. W y Cochran.: Mrs. Cochran -
( MKAI. A. J. ThomaaAa
vllle. businesstrip to Camp Rucker J. W. Keen: spent the weekendin Is the mother of Miss Lois The! president Mrs. George W. Clerk of said Court. 104t 1U-30 I

near Ozark Ala. Jacksonville with friends. Cochran who spent the winter Roberta, presided over the meetIng -

Ronnie Lynch veteran Starke here several yean ago with her I and the most important business iv ciRfi'i'r rni-HT. nninronii
Iteautllul Cleaning, lleautlful (-(>l'T' ', t\ CIIAN-
Kl.0ltllt
barber after an absence of three cousin Mrs. Sewell, transacted was the electionof .
Tailoring at the ('ENY.Julie
months in defense work at Turner Slarke-niandlng Z. officers for the coming year.. JohitiiHen llannen, Plaintiff
Tailors. Opposite Park Theatre.Miss Judge and Mrs. A. Adkins SHO EPAIRlet's
Field Ga. which resulted follows President
Albany returned to as ;
returned home after
Saturday
Backacne Starke Sunday and went to workat Carolyn Green will spend Mrs. O. L. Beasley; first
spending three weeks in Hender-
!the Bfadford Barber this week-end visiting in Gaines. vice-president. Miss, Madge Middle
"- Shop. Private Jones
onvllle and Black Mountain N.
of Disordered ton; second vice-president.. Mrs.
lay Warn Mr. and Mrs W. F. Barefootof ville.Miss C. ,
Kidney' Action Sanderson Aline Lanier spent the Hal Edwards; secretary, Mrs.
spent Sunday afternoon week-end in Valdosta Ga. Dr. C. C. Mendoza prominent have your
,
.Ufa with It* hurry and worry.hablta here with Mr. and Mrs. P. Ethel M. Biggs; treasurer, Mrs.
Improper ..tIDC .. Guy Sale pioprletor of Guy's Jacksonville physician has been
Ire impomire and Infeo.Mir M. Barefoot. E. K. Perryman; registrar Miss
;. -".rl.k b."y ol train on the work Market is able to walk on called to the service of his country Olive Ray; historian. Mrs. L. A. FALL

CkiSneya-.vS They tail to are niter apt.to..,.beoome.. acid crutches after dislocating his and reported yesterday at Davit! ; chaplain. Miss Amelia Ray; J F00TIVEAR

wriapuriue and from the lUe-givIog QUICK RELIEF FROM knee and fracturing his kneecapin Kelly Field. San Antonio Texas.As : recorder of crosses Mrs. Q. W. ill
fall about soon as Mra Mendoza settles
a two weeks ago. He Roberts.
backache, Symptoms of Distress Arising from .
after naKijnc!
rho I any dlumM. getting up night. was. confined to bed with his leg up their business In Jacksonville The annual convention of the r ( DAINTY FOOTWEAR

'p,'... Dwelling, ill worn-leel out. Other Mtnatantly signs STOMACH ULCERS in a plaster cast for 13 days. she and her small son, Cllf. will Florida: Division will be attendedby HEPJIUSoun

Un.vor eervem bladdar diaorder ar* ome- DUE TO EXCESS ACIDFro.BookTdlsotHom.Treatmontth.t Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Han come here to live with her parents Mrs. 1. A Davis, pi eaide.it: SPECIALTY

frol.scanty OW too frequent cock had as their guests for a Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffis. and Mrs. G.'II' Roberts corretponding -

opoae'Piffle.. Donn't help the short while last Friday eveningMr. Mr* F. H. Long I returned !home of the nivlaion.
Must Help or It Will Cost You NothingOver secre'aiy
h.rmful exoe** body
-.to DM*off and Mrs. Lewis and Tuesday after 'spending several'
Moseley
).They l h.va had moT than batS a two million bottlni of the W iLLAR D Delegates to this convention which Finest Leather Used
.ol public approvaL Are reeom.d .. TKUATM BN T have boon.uld fur relief of Mrs. Moseley's mother. Mrs C. M. day in Jacksonville \vlh, : her son- In held Oct. 20-22. aro Mrs. Ileus- Ito wond.r Pilfal Jnre blld I.. ara.wlpln.
by grateful users averywbera.SANS .ymptomiiof dlntrawarlNlng from Stomach Moseley, of Delray Beach, who in-law and daughter Dr. and hit eooklei.. His mom inada
nnghborl and _......"1 Ulcers due to 11Acld: 1 ley' and Mrs. lrrymnn. them with KUMFURU. the bakdegoowd.r
peer Dlgactloll..rw or Uput were enroute to Kentucky. i Mrs. B. S. Carroll. TheElectric
Delegates to the General Convention that contain no alum n.yu
ao..I due to_been:... Heartburn Acid. Mold. $on.. I II_It.ct'.1 Mrs. Roland Boyd, of New Bern Mrs.: K. O. Duncan and liille: which convenes on Nov., lie t bitter '.a,.. FIt Ir.eto: :, Shoe Shop

PILLS Ak for "WIII_'* _...." N. C.. Is the new cashier at the daughter Margaret Row, returned 3. *'n St.LouK 1I0. oIl'e1..(:". .1. booklet of urarlcii cipel. Cor. xplaiiu Lids troatmuotrfrasIKOCII Help. w>n til* war in taorkitchen. .
Park home Monday after spendingmore \coro" From Park Theatre
theatre having accepted the M. Brownleo and. Mr.\. ferryman. Write h.d.Rumfurd! :'tatInf --
DRUG STOItHLORI position ten days ago. Mr. Boyd than a month at the :Mayo The work of the Rn) Groan, ile- Powder, BOA US, Xj.itfoid, R. I.

Is In the Army stationed at Camp Clinic In Rochester Minn. Friends tense and emtrpi-ney were stressei -

Blanding. here are glad to know that Margaret ], and a coOctlon for haying

: THEATRE Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stanley Rose has fully recovered; defense stamps was: taken.

DA STARKE recently moved Into their new I from her serious illness. The hostesses assisted by Mrs. GOOD FOOD SERVED IN
home two miles east\ on Road 28. I
Beautiful Cleaning Beautiful' W. E. Mlddlelon .sorvej yumY'.mlIahd.
They bought ten acres of ground Tailoring at the Starke-BlundJng crackers, cookie and hot QUIET CLEAN, SURROUNDINGS

and built a home. Mrs. Stanleyhas Tailor Park Thratre. tea during the nocl.il) .
FKI.-SAT. OCT. 9-10 Opposite period.In Visit Us At Our New Location
discontinued her work the -
on
V. W. Howard manager of the addition to the members'

"SPIRIT OF STANFORD"And Ideal Laundry route. Mr. Stanley Starke Coca Cola plant. In in St. present Mrs. S. I* Schoff w'lose

Is an employe at Camp Blan- Luke's Hospital, Jack sonvllle husband Is Lt. Schoff at Can.pBh."rtlng.

Charles Starrest, In ding where he has undergone a minor was a visitor.IN HARVEY'S CAFE

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Williamsare operation. He lefj:: Monday and
1.2 Block North Of Union Bus Station
"RIDIN' THRU NEVADA" now associated with the Gui- will return to Starke next week : ruin IT ('DI'NT. nit \'FOHI
don Grill as chef and head waitress and remain at'liome recuperating.He I I'nv.a'ot'V'1'Y. FLOIIIUAI i'% CIl.t.N- Formerly. K & M Cafe

respectively. Mrs. Williams and his' family. have leaned terry Dldonnlo Plnll1l1ttd v.... TUy
served as waitress at the grill for Newber .. ant. Caw.
:MIDNITR SAT.-8UN.-MON1.: OCT. 11-12 the R. C. Buford home on Road No.: 17S. .
several m o n the sometime ago. 28, recently moving to Staike ORDER Oil' PlinLlOATIOVANI --- .

"DESPERATE JOURNEY"Krroll For the past six months they from Lawtey. !> NOTICE TO APP hAlt e .J
STATIfl OK FLORIDA to: Hay
have operated the lunch room at Miss Miriam Guy who had been 1 Newherir nidnnuto, whone. rei
FIynn,..RonaJd, Reagan.Nancy Coleman the Starke Bowling Alley. elected to the position of teacher I lloltnvlll Cur of
Raymond ,l1latYaey! Alan HaJe'rUE8.WED.TIlURS. Relatives here have received of home economics in B. H. S., l. Huftolk t'nunty New Yurkt

word from Sgt. W T. Weeks that resigned before, school opened to November You. are Incl.required, 1M2! 10 In appear the abovenamcil on

he Is now in England. accept a place In Marion County. Court and casino wherein

OCT. 13-14-15 Capt. and Mrs. H. C. Wall ofSt. She IB Home Demonstration Agentfor plaintiff Telegraph nook illvor shall<-''.publish UrBrtfortlI'oiinly I thin I e-- .b'y Joe Marsh
:
Augustine and Sgt. A. E. Marlon County with the Farm Order .In next four weekly: |I.eiten.
Witness' hand .and nfflrlal 1
my
"TAKE A LETTER DARLING" Wall Jr., of Fort Bennlng Ga., Security Administration, with seal at Htarke, Florida, thin October
were week-end guests of Mr. and headquarters in Ocala. She will 2ml.! 1943.OKKiriAT.
( < SEAL) A. J. Thomn ED CARET Ire chief .. People realli that If Goebbela
NK\V: COMMUNITY! SING CARTOON Mrs. W. L. Wall. take up her new duties within a AH Clerk of .unlit. Court. 10-941 JO-30 our e. us.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Conner had stompin'intolb.println'oBe.tut) wants beer taken sway from our
week or ten daya.' She Is a graduate
Rosalind Russell Fred Mao Murray as guests Sunday Mrs. Conner's of F. S. W. C. IV: CIIICI'IT f'ol'n'r. Illl *II''obi us ,'week maddcr'n a hornet. soldiers-there must be a reainn.
f'Olol\'I'V. Kl.Ollllt.tl lIIIA". Th. won't
stop thinethat'
enemy any
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. <:liIHY.John "Say!" he ,.na. "It I could Cd
hurt In *.
a our arm Tlte"11II
HohlnKon feeynath, Plnlnllff.VM. .
Mrs! Jill Hostess :; !* hands on that fellow Coebbcls. "
I Jewel( Morrln I.eymith. Defenilunt. try to stop whatever helping i it.
Cane No. :2179.ormuit I'd stick a Ire ho.. In his mouth ._ '
NAT SEZ : At Weiner Roast : or tMirimcATioN1 and turn on the pres.ur.- "Say! That's true ain't it?" Ed
ANI NHTlCn TO APPKAH8TATP1
ICs funny how styles affect ui I Celebrating Birthday OK" KlxmiHA to: Jewel shouts pound In* my desk. "Do you began to grin.
Morris Number 12 I'".d. '
I.ey.iilh. know what h. pet tin' the
on
humans. ; linen they first come Mra. Prescott Gill was hostess motif Avenue, Charleston, Huullt "Of course It'* true-and rta-
i German short-wa* propaganda to
*
out they're tm purty. In a little Carolina.You sonabl people can't help but
at a weiner roast Tuesday nightat are re |iilre'l to appear on America NOW II.'. tellin' folks. *v*
e while If )'ou'r.- not wearing Ityou're November 2ml., :1 1142, In tiin uliovu it. So Instead of makln'trouFl.-!
her home on Kingsley Lake named. Court and cause, wherein. that American army camps are full'! like
.
Just old fasbloned.r'.1 the occasion. being her 22nd birth plaintiff seek dlvor'.... llrndfnrrlCounty of drunkenness! Can you beat It7" they hopthey're just confirmln' -
In a few month. or less that style Telegraph nliHll pilhllHh/ thin what the Secretary of War
day anniversary. Order In neat four weekly l iie>". "Calm and the other Army leaders bellevo .
changes and something' rise takes After enjoying several games WltniNH/ ittv hood, and offtrlnl i"nenl' yourself, Ed says I.
It's place. A few years' Liter you It t Hlurke. KlorlJji thin I Octoliur 6lh.1 "Nobody's going to believe it hat -that among the. other good
under the tree,
out large/ hickory 1942.Or'py"1A1T. wholesome
Goebbels tells 'em. things a fightingman
happen to be looking at a picture SMAIA.. J. TUoma
around (
American the guests gathered a
French the in
AH Clerk of mild 'ourt, 04t! 10-ao can get at canteen csrnp"But -
of yourself that rig you thought
'
large fire and roasted welnera don't you see? II. puttln'this America should Include beer."
wan the stuff just a short while And Danish and marshmnllowH. A prettily :\1'.. tpn15 \\lt I.I.I.:IIK"U" bare-faced lie on the air to _
out loud. :'" .':1' "l. KI.WTIOV: a e e
and tauten "
ago you decorated birthday cake was an At a .meeting helfl nn t hej Sill stir up trouble. .!U[
Confucius Nay: "Melicanft: fluiiny PASTRIESTry add 3d attraction and Mrs. Gill received of October A. I>. 1917 the llour'1 of From where I lit-I can guer
('..unt y CiiinmlNMlonerN' of Mrn people. number of lovely gifts. why Goebbels wants beer out of
a I'ounty Florida" appointed the followInK
I say. Pretty silly oven for the
II A Those enjoying the evening with t'lerk. and Innpeutorm. for Nazis the camps.The Nazis. would heap
the fI..n..1 l l Htertlnn to !he held on says I.
THE TOUCH OF Our the honoree' were: Sgt. and Mrs. the 8rU day of November. A. I' rather face an army that already
II Everett Wadklns Sgt.. anti Mrs. 11)42. "How so.lays" Ed. "There's /of Its rights. than one that waspeople .
DOUGHNUTSFresh Precinct Kim. IIswt.yL in thla'country that want flfhtlng for freedom It rould touch
Ray Mlddleton ,Sgt. and Mra. H. Hill I Clerk I J. H Aiixtln It .
4 dace- Columbus Webb Mr. and, Mrs." A. ninnchard, and li.: M. Murrhee, beer taken out of the camps. That and fast and feel' every day .
,
Daily Innpectom.I'reelnet. sure is going to hurt army morale. Wouldn't you?
: Virgil Boring .and eon David No. 3-Mortk HtarlieJ. -
And this lie
certainly Is fuel for
LIvingston'and U Peek, Clerk' : U. It. Wit. '
Mrs. Ray daughter kov.kl. K. T. Crew., II. M. )fClIt..... their fire." I .
Linda Mrs. Fay Gill and JnHiiectom.Hreelnet. 8oe rtCMAIL

How the lace-trim softens the SABINE'SBAKERY grandson Tommy Gill Prescott F. l>emor No.lI..t.9-Clerk NAuth; HlarkrIt. Jiirk KilwurdM "Not If I know Amf'rleens..a I

beautiful lines of aMary Barron Gill and son Buck Mrs. Vida Mctntvr. W., InnpectorM.Prrelvrl 1:. Torode.. Jr., and T. J. )'.. "And the Nails don't know.

McGlue C h a r lea Pender. Joe
N... 4-- slip and makes It seem even 312 W. Call St. Simmons and daughter Marian \Va_dln, Clerk: Jeff DavlM.H. .
J. ThumuH, and Wenley l>yal, InHpei'tom. .
more gracious. The design itself and Mrs. Emily Sllcox. .. A'o. 49 of a Serift C pyrlll"' 1943. Brewing Indiutry Foundation

Prerlnrta.. llllamptoit ---
Is so basically correct that appearance .l_.,-hlll'i") NMIN/N/1'Nr14AW1aNNNYIMIantIILLW/la.l'IIIWNIN.IWI1rNaIANNN/ /) / I' //NN MlUJt.1 ,UUIUull' UMHHUtM I U lit"'III" ," ]M. M. Matchett. Clark I U. P.XV'udHWorlh -._._ .. '_ _._ --u __-
comfort and behavior C, M. Hennlaon and
: Walter (Irlffln. ln..nertom.Preeltict .
assured. I! N... _TfcereI .....
are SANTA ClAUS
) O. John. Clerk.: H. M. llerwey,
J Mary Barron slips do not ride ItpertorN.Plvdo Hall and Klbnrt Mltoley. In- Bon.Arl SluJioJ

i in ugly folds over the knees. rerlnt N*. T-%ev IU".. t
up M. I.. (crawa. Clerk. ; Cheater An.
BE HERE
They do not pull down on the WILL SOON drew., InKpertorn.Prerl M. (:. friend. and M. UJohnit

VI straps nor twist bindingly and ..rl \.., N-llrnohrrIf. General Office. Starke, Florida 223
; P. Oalner. Clerk; Wnltlerrewo. H6 Whitehall St. N. Walnut St.
") bulgingly about the hips. W. M. ""1'1'.11. and Colamnn I
FOR THE BOYS OVERSEASt 1 Pnilirett, InHpvrtorN. Atlanta 0... Phone 173 I
Lace-trimmed Mary Barron W. M. Kdwafdx, Chairman Hoard
of County fVimmlHiilonerif.Atlent. .
slips are enduringly colored with I A. J. Thomas Clerk.
(II"FICIA! KKAI.) It
r the season's smartest shades. g Dear Patron :

(Tailored styles also To reach them for Xmas you DO YOU KNOW AIIOIJTROACHES

in stock.) ?
must mail your cards or packages Due to conditions beyond our control we are
When fight roaches
not later than Nov. 1st. a try to you get rid of them you all. forced to close our Starke Studios Wednesday,
,
'1 not just kill the few that October 14th. After that time all work and records -

We are now showing Xmas cards you can hit with spray or are to be transferred to our Jacksonville

f dust or that walk Into .a Studio ( lion Art Studios, 209 W. Adams St., Jack-

Shaving sets, shaving bowls pocketbooks I powder by accident. sonville, Fla.) This' message will reach you in time \

W. K-3-D for you to come In and get your work or make arrangements ,

etc., that are easily mail- fi; ROACH KILLER 19 to have same forwarded to you from '


+ 3.fs J able and will conform to the government DIFFERENT Jacksonville.In I

& Roaches eat It because' they case you are not able to get in before we

regulations. k like It. They dry up and die. clone you can get complete satisfaction by contact. .

t'II. I Put K-3-D'in little pile or ing our Jacksonville Studios.
in bottle caps and place It In

I We are still showing a nice selection f out-of-right place where it We thank you for your patronage and co
can be left as bait. Safe to operation.

of fountain syringes, tvaler I use and pets.Non-polsonons to man t I


30-40 end. 24'A 39tS. b bottles, etc. Due to .the rubber lie and 23c pkg*. Yours
""" Taoo.. end ..hlle. t at truly, f

'sae""." '.yo.. satin febric shortage, there will soon be, a 1 BON ART STUDIOS i I II
Ie..d AI._
Sistrunk Feed and

1Ie,0I1..n......... $2 scarcity. Better buy now. 1,. : Seed Co. i I


HTAKKE. FLORIDA Jacksonville Address
i :
Mfg. by McPhail Products. .
I Makers of Antene. non Art Studios J.

ternberg's KOCH DRUG STORE .J Orlando Fla. 209 W. Adams St.


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BRADFORD coy TELEGRAPH. STABKB. FLORIDA _

PAGE SIX -
1942. eighth Congress of the United

embraced under said certificate No.lI'tot. wit: j1.tl"flld'g: ; A. J. Thoma.A. OttttCtfi S
)
CHURCH DIKKCTORY OF Unknown.you on K4 of SKV: of NW'i of BE!:% ( of .Id C" For Three JtiHtlcen of the Supreme I L' .tl1e4

SERVICES Are 2nd.required 142 to In appear the abovenuined .. S. 7 of Blk. ( Lincoln City R"... 84 Twp. 8 14, K. 2z; B. con-.. Clerk &s 4t ,0.i8 Court of the State of Florida. iilrednem.d
November 22 H. 1 taming 6 more or lesS i For Two Railroad
wh..r..lnplaintiff Sec. 83 Twp. I H. It. embraced acres, Coninilnxlonm
FIHST BAPTI4TRev. Court and dlvort-n.cause, Uradford under .aId certificate. No. embraced under laid certificate No. sinfUl col HT. nH i)KORn of the State of Florida U proper.% ,

A. H. Mahlfeuf. .. or3M seek.. shall this 81*. "'Lot iv "Tv!! KI-WHIOtl I* ("'U..N'IfIIY. For One Member of the Bou... of o1
Tel graph publish 2 rol
N. Walnut Street County nt-xt four weekly .IxeueTltneKS *. I.ot 6 of Blk. 6 Lincoln City Sec. I. 2. 3. 4. 5 of Blk. KepreHentatlves of the State: of .C'Ourth lct.lv ,-
Church School 11:46: A. M. Order In hand and i>ffllH.I. 82 Twp 6 H. K. 22 K.. III ..mhra"edund.r WrluhtH Ad to Hampton Sw. 30 ( Allen Woolen. Plaintiff v.. Florida. ,
Mornlfisr= Wnmhlp 11:00 A. M. \\ my Florida thin rp.tt.nib.r said certificate No. 320. Twp. 7 8. R. 22 ..:., Is embraced .fo""I.b Woolen Liefsndant.Case I For Five County CommlKHlonern. 1943 ilalith
Htarke. Duster
M. T. U. 7-00 P. M. seal at Thu assessment of the said properly un..r said certificate No. 367. I Mary For Two Member of the NOvc.th, )44
.
Kvenlnr Worship 8:00: P. M. 211th.. 1942.IOJo'Jo'I'IAI. J Thomasj.A under said certificate No. 166 The unHei.sm.-nt of the said properly No.kRl5OP IMPLICATION Board of Public Instruction:County 1:,, ,; h
A.
HEAI ) > : 4tt
M. N... ()RI 1042.
8UO p. ,
Wednesday Worship : In the of Oo.K. under the said certificate her Constable
Clerk of said Court. 10-2 4t 10-23 and 172 were name AND) NOTIPB( TO APfKAll In and for the fol. (
( ,
Young; the assessment. of .....Idpro".rty 325 issued was In the name of Carl STATE OF FIXJKIDA to: :Mary lowing Justice UUtrlotH., vli: U l'Fi 4UAt
under said certificate No. AnderH. And the assessment of l I.. No.1. C1t'rl ,
riRNT IMKTftOIMSiTRev. r, riitcrrr "O"IIT. HR %"FO"U I soldcertificate Do.I" Woolen whose residence ford At
t. C. I'ewell. Pester (-0"110'1'''. KI.OItMHI 1% ( IIA"noland -, 314 wan In the name of Unknown: the said property under the Route No.2. llocky Mount North In TeHtlmony Whereof I have U U,:
... the assessment of said property No. :357 I Issued was In the hereunto set hand and
1i4' N. ( ..... Street! .'..". Carolina. my affixed
IIf.Sunday iunieeItrown under said certificate No. 817 was name of Mitlllu WIlllaniH. on the &lreat Meal of the State -
("hurct.'I"hool 10:00 A. M. ( 0, Plaintiff V* I. be required| to appear of 3.4)FIt .
Worship 11:110: A. M. Cox Defendant. Cai>" No Iti the name of Joe Johnson; the Unless said certificate shall I November 2nd.. 1M3.! In the ...bovenan.d }'Inrld... at Tallahassee. the "Capltl : '"' 4PP1.

Yountr 1'01'1. 1:00: I' ]M.Evenhlg assessment of said property under redeemed according tie ...w. the I Court and cause, wherein this the first day ui September, I I41h 711 n ,t
Worship 8:00: I' M. nTI6rtr>ER OF PURIFICATION said certificate No. 31!* was I In the property dsxcrlbod: thereinwill bewold plaintiff' seekS divorce. Bradford A. O. 1942. X. ." 4Usie hili ,"
WOIdn..day Wonhlp 8:00 P. M. ANI) NOTICK TO APPKAIlHTATH name of Philip & Joe Johnson; the to the highest l lddr at the Telegraph shall publish this (SEAL) R. A. ORAY, ThaI !HElls1
OF FI )KIDA to: 1unheeBrown assessment of said property under court houendivir on the first Mon.dey I County next four weekly issues.Witness Secretary of State: trunk ''Idl. F.h.h.
Ordain .
.
C. 0 x whoan residentI* said, certificate No. X2Q was) In the i In the monlh .f November. hAnd and official To Hon. A. O. Andreu.Sheriff No.Metiteniber. "Id holdr1 or Tat.
%T. III RK'"Yerkesb KPISCOPAE.: !! Heeter Avenue Hotel 194! Central Avenue name of Wm. Mcl..eod.Unle.Hn I 1942. which I* the 2nd. day otNovember. Heal at Htarke.my Florida, this BPI B.dford County.; 'M".d Ihl 24W
Rev. Kred Maid Certificate shall beredeemed 142. A,
Ark 9-11 ot 1030NOTI(13 b.
lint HprlniTH: an nun. .. IOn In. In lilt
306 N. Cborrb "treet You are required to appear onNovember according. to law theproperties Dated this lt day of October. I MI'SIDA" A. J. Thoma. my "ftIet
10:00 A. M. "' ) applicti,0' an.
School for
Church described therein' will he 1942
In the above
Kunday Worship 11:00: A. M. named Court 2nd.,and 1942 cause, wherein sold to the highest bidder at thecourthouse (OFFICIAL SEAM A. J. Thorn.. A. Clerk: Uf said Cotirt.0.23 4t JOTICR (). OK APPllrATlo'roll U INstiU"mb"a.a, I lher0,1 a 11&1 1,.

Sunday Hvenlnsj 7:30: P. M. plaintiff seek dlvorre. Bradford door on thti first Monday Cleric of Circuit Court of Bradford TX IIKKHHraatv the. foIlej
' Friday Kvenlnir 7:30: P. U. County Telegraph shall publish this In the Month of November County 10-3 4t 10-Z3 <(< Bill !*.. 10.1) I for.l.property ''n ll. "' ,..

; Holy Days 10.00 A. M. Order In next four weekly IBSUBH. 1942. which Is he 2nd., day of November FIrld'--: \ OK Bradford K1.KCTIOJ County NOTICE IS hEREBY: CJIVRN. I W'State of Piorid."
A. r>. 1942.nat..d TI the Sheriff of That Llllla I.f oii' iI.!
'
Witness my hand and official CIRCUIT"01' H'IORICUrvnu ) frosby of sia4 Of
HIIA
i.v HT. of the State of Florida! :.13"tl.oi"'f.: of 81\
this 1st. of OctoberA. Certificates No. 66 ;'
day HI1
Heal at Htarke Klorlda, this Sep ('O" %TY. .'LUIIIU'I 1.\1 "IIAN"NHY. He It Known. That I. R. A. ship 1 "", Iot
rinT ritKHMYTKRIA I>. 1042.OFFICIAL. the 2nd.. day of September 811Ulh.
L tvmber 30th., 1942. of the) A. I>. itIg:" ,
state lalnlnjJ
n... Cbe.. II. A II... 1'...... A. J. Thomas), ( SEAT) A J. Thomaw. Hllble.' Plaintiff. ORA Y, Secretary of do hereby givenotice 1940. has filed name in my office 30 Icr.; ......s
4H Nertk (".....F **. Aa Clerk of said Court. Clerk Circuit of Court. Bradford Herbert Defendant. State of Florida and ban made application for a tax oily Thr .Me..ononl ot .
I, Church School 10:00: A. M. (OFFICIAL HKAL) County, Florida.! 10-2 4t 1023orie01 vs. Janice Klolxe ntlble that aOKNKRAI deed to be Issued thereon. Raid Hupd Under ib. "lid' lit", ,
U
Cane No. 2160.OHDICR "
Sunday Worship 11:00 A. M. Knla-ht A Knight, Htarke. Florida.Attyc. PITBLICATIONA3T ELECTION certificate embrace the followtnn Webster.Unless 1\'ft. III ti1 .."" "
_
m Henlor. Crusades ':OO P. M. for Plf. io-i 4t 10-2J HF' will be held In Bradford County. described property in the Countyof I ,
Intermediate Youth .:-00 P. M.Kvenlns "" Of APPLICATION > NOTICE TO A1'I'EAItSTATPI JaniceKlejlKB State ..f ,)Florida on Tuesday next Bradford State:: of "Florida to. I Maidredepted .'""11
FOR TAX: IIKKI OF F1XMUDA to: >>11
Worshlp 7:00: P. M. BHAI>KOHI) uoreedlnic the first Monday In wit: R''"(' .
"IRC'I'IT COUKT.
; I v ( "rdit1
Hrne Bill Nv. I3NOTIf'K Bllble Box 11 Kout No.' 2, I.
< 'e I ) saidTuesday I property
D. 1D43 the
Coil MTV. FLORIDA IN" IHA.Wllliam %- November. A. XVfVt of SWW Section 15 Twp. :: dC4.p34i I
I 8 HKKKnY &IIVRN.That Went Virginia. tq ;
Welch ;
beingthe I the ; IIenurl1101l.8 II\\
7 H. R 20 K. containing hI1,1 :
. "I''Y. F. M. I'ackham. holder of TaxCertificates You are required to appear on cares, :
i
liT. KUWAItn1 rATIIOMOR Hcott, Plaintiff, vo. Ruth No. 825 ft 357. Issuedthe November 2nd.. 1942, In the above Third Day of NovemberFor more or lew, IM embraced under i day In the don, on llot t
.,, .. Tk M. J. M.!..". PaatorTemple Hcott. efendnnt, <'aCe No. 2170. 2nd day of "September'" A. D. named Court and rauHe wherein Rep-eHent ttv* In ConsrrosH.. said Certificate No. 66. I 1942. whl'h month Of
A"...e ORIHR!: OF PUBLICATION 1940. ha* filed name In my office plaintiff sf..k. divorce. Bradford State of Florida at large in NEW of SKV4 less 8 < A.. 8"o. 18 vember. I. tt. 2n1 AI
Early MKMH tOO: A. M. ANI> NOTICK TO AI'PKAH : and has made application for a, tax County Telegraph shall publish the Seventy-elirhth' Congress of Twp. 7 8. R. :20 E.. containing 34 I l'atd I94Z.
.)..... ,OrwttrrmSunday STATE OF FLoRiDA to: Huth deed to be issued thereon. Said thin Order In next four weekly. the United Stales.' ac-rvB. more or lean la embraced thIs uit diy
Mann 1:00: A. tt Scott whose residence' la Unknown.You certificates embrace the followings I IIIHU..... For Representative of the Second under Maid Certificate No. 68. :('

Week Day Maa 8:00: A. M. are required to appear on .. ".. property In the County Witness my hand .and official Coniir.sMli' >nal District of the The assessment. of the paid prop U Clerk FFICL.9EAL of Circuit A.1U
November 2nd.. 1942 In the above State of Klorlda. i1the tieventy- rty under the said certificates No. oa"
. Court and wherein of Bradford. Htate of Florida, to- seal at Htarke Klorlda. this' Hep- _! >U County Florida' _
named cause, '"
; .
..IIKRNAC'LJolI1lb"
UO"PKl. '
Bradford
Meek d Ivor. .
"
plaintiff *
School each Lords Day .at shall this
n *fKvanKellntlc County Telegraph publlnh NOTICE OF ELECTION
8 ; Service Sunday Order In next four weekly IBMUBB.Witness I
my hand and official
evnlnir 8:15.: Evening8:15tn Heal at "Htarke, Florida' this September

Bible Htudy Tuenday. 80th., 1942. WHTOBA8' TTie t .I owned used such Piled in office Secretary ot Stat* the territory, .
: Mlenlon Hall.Chlldren'H OFFICIAL HEAT' ) A. J. Thomas rI toTe of 1H1ndet for the Investment of lnklng I hereafter or fo trnhnivt h
Bible I...".on & Choral the Cunxtltutlon of b, tb Stat. ol shall June 1941A wild Election Prem-H
t A* Clerk of said. Court. 10-2 4t 10-23 1185. 01 toe said Board may use the sInkIng I "ord. I 12 ,
it t wnrk Wednesday 3 P. M. Btate 01 riorida. dId oa*> 8 Join created for any vested \ a oe to 82 tnrlusivi similes
Group Thur day Reeolutlona I Oaroe and Fresh Water JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing and encept mctt iL
Victory Prayer IN CIIICIIT ('oiTnT.nFoR" DropostDfi' amendment to or special I road dld' a* nr 1 1
r.A a p. 31EvangIetIo. ; <-IINTV.' KLUKIU4I IN CHIN tbe ConstItution ot tbe 1:1": ... ol Florida other unit b"reade purchase Commission. Such Commission ; .n.amendment to Article 7. Section 3. cinch numbered 56Bay.
; ) Meeting Friday ('I'HY. and the lame were agreed to o* matured or maturing bnd .1 consist of Ore member one of
night 8:15.rillTRCII: Thomas K. Rtandefer, Plaintiff. vVmla. vow at tnrae-mth o* aU me mtm- patina herein of anv n.b. each cofloDa district Relative t Census and Ap

Htandvfer, Defendant. Can .Wee elected to eacb houae: that the otber pedal road and bridge on who I prtonmeDt by AmendlDl Section of the mg
OV CIIHI Tllsrrr No. 2168. vote on eatS Joint Rnolutlon were or Other taxing district appointed by the Governor subject Artcl. 1 Ceaignatearcward Districts Wall conu

; Plrkep. IMIelsite OIU>.in OF PtTnLIOATIONAND intend upon their respective lournal of <.pla'e a* to said confirmation b* the Senate The : .a Senatorial District which was on u lit 4i

,i C nibTe'Study Too" t.ia..IlI. NOTICK TO APPKAItHTATK with the ...... and oars thereon and bond .' thereof .an In so appointed .ha annually I and designate Calhoun COUlt 1941. embraced hi comm.,
l A. M.Morning Jtf KLOHIDA to: Veda Ihey did determine and direct that ment shall be the orlc paid on. of their ..Chair and Gull County .S 0. tOol No 2 u decrite i

; Worship and Th. LordsSupper Rtantlefer, whose residence Is. Un- the Mid Joint Remlutlnn be submitted which shall not the par of the Oom.lo trict. of the Minuti ol to. oj

11:00 A. M. M. known. to the elector, of the State at plus accrued Inte.a and that 2 Th* nt.members ot tb* 00- I BE IT RBSOLVTD BT T uors: tnlsnloners of salt CoiuirsJ
Kvenlns: Worship 1:00 P. You are required to appear on the General Beetloo: tn: November Investment l"n Interest at appointed on LATURE OP THB 8TATB et seq. except the mmij
Thursday Worship 8-00: P. M. November 2nd., 1942. In the above 11H2- rat. 0 three (3 net cent per 1943 *nd snail ."tlvel. That the following amendment to In the aforesaid Bmtai

named Court and cause. wherein NOW fHBHEPURB IMA. OHATBeeretarv fe). Te Bd shall on*. two U. Section 1 of Article 1 of the Con numbered 24 ing B ind !

TRAiN SChEDULE plaintiff seeks divorce BradfordCounty of State of the tate of us* .Id rnd .ab county r. At t of each ot .tltutOI of the State 0.'ol.rela Election Pwinct trots I least

Southbound I Telegraph shall publish this Florida do berebv 1ve notice that COUIt Day current 1ec shall be .p t. Cn"u and apprlonm.nt of ths *estero itoti i"
Order In next four weekly |HHU<*HWitness ...' maturing. If any of t M' t a term 0 OoUrt Bav.
No. 1 local due Starke 11:15: :
( )
;: my hand and official GENERAL ELECTION bond and gasoline or other fuel thirty-ninth (39) Senatorial District The Countv

seal at Starke'; "Florida this Hepteniber to norld .ntelpatlo certificate of such Th m.mb. ot the Commission and Calboun County and Gulf Countyaa shall be elected ig vumna Dvk
wffl be held la each omintv 3
PM.No. Starke 29th., 1042. .. and bridge reel.. no compensation for their lbS fortieth (4) Sea.t..I.I D.tlct general election in
191 (Miami) due on Tueedav next meceedlnn the flr tMoadav .Ial me MsM
A. J. Thomas .
tries Commis and the *
"ICN such, but eacb b* af.d flee for tbs tern
November. A. D. 1143. toe I .pla at m
tn
10:38: PM As Cleric nr mild Court. dl.trlo thereof: to rl.. his necessary trav and shall be submitted to el8Otr. which they ihull bm ]
the 1.1 bm
aid Tumday belup
(OFFICIAL* HEAL) sinking font account to Incurred while of the State of Florida for
J- No. 108 (local) due Starke 9:23: expenses and their termi ol offie ,
Knight A Knight Htarke. FlnrlrlnAtyn. THIRD DAT Ot NOYKMBOI future rulreent of Ii bonds In the discharge of hie Of o rejection at the General Election vo be affected by tbu tasjdsN
AM. fur Flf. 10-2 4t 10.23 gasoline oth.rel ts .. duties but such shall ex held on the first Tuesday after the thereafter there nhin I. ]
for the ratification or rejection ot the certificates the the of la no first Monday In 194X 5
rk U NorthboundNo. aid Joint Resolution propoelneamendment ticipated Income.h. I..pp. .w 1.0 one follows: "o.m. th* Districts wublubrt I

2 local due Starke 3:43: !\OTIK Of" APPLIATlOY to the Constitution olU o pursuance of. thu un
( ) : will not scheduled ,
i that Shan County ComnHnlonn
FOR TAX BEEt >. State ot Florida. sic: "Ua Among the power granted to the Section 3. The Legislature mean
(Oenete Bill Me. 18.1) thereon: "llr. any remslnlnr' by this Section abal t>f met In regular session A D. 1925 and In hIs District bin alt AM.No. NOTICI-3 IS I1KRKIIY OIVKN A JOINT RC8OX.OTION Propolnan .no out of peed of said power to fix bag limit Id fix ball meet every ten sears nsted and elected from tot o
192 due Starke tha
(through) IX
Amendment to Article ot the cent of said
the Large Every Cowl
That Idlvu Hulllvan holder of Tax.Certificate eh.1 and closed on a state representation Onxs
UUf 6:28 AM. Constitution of the State of Florida during the wear be bv .. .u. eal applO and shallprovld Dade County who thill
: No. 368, Issued. the 2nd 1".1 b.l. It may M I(
0 .
RelatIng. to TaxatIon and Finance by board folo.: Eighty tO'1 ..ftlon.1 for forty (40) Senatorial District the general eleetinn in IM
hafiled
day of September A. D. 140. *
No. 108 (through) due Starke Thereto an Additional 8ectloeatlnS cent to .pprplt. .d tI.t.
Adding
l name In my office and haH \ta. R.d Dp.lm" m.ner .llnl. *. such District to b* .nearly after shall bold mtlftta
6:43: PM. made application for a tax deedto a State Board of Admtntatratloa the en.tctloo n ::{porting, storing and using "n.1 In population a* p.ctlc.ble four yean The oats I
be Hald certlflcate : Prescribing Its Power anDutlee. < State bridges within animals fresh water no shall b* divided In compensation of srI Osanmlsslnners
thereon.
No. 44 (through) due Starke issued for the of count for the leane .f barnl Count
and Providing use or or shill be I
and
I. The tns
embraces the following described making apportionment. H
3:28: PM. Proceed of Two Cent per Oallon ot of bridge connecting Stat = : : time provided? bt !
the County of : .dalmg the power each District shall b. on* Senator: u*
rr.rsryoJn the Oaeolln Other Motor Fuel Tanfor within the County and '
; ; Reservation train "" Florida, to-wlt I : or t... bv gttt all prop nrovlded that Browsed County Florida Approved bf Hi OtteR \
of
the Payment and Retirementof net cent tn the Board
(II
A 100 ft wide 1200 ft C..nt. necessarv. or shall the 1941
strip by ....... u.rl cn..al.Dt c0tltut. TlrtYnlntbI
Bond Bv of
Starke and Bell All Outstanding ml.nl. stirh fo us the Piled ID
longIn MWVi of NWy recordedIn use of ) Calhoun office Snq I
I No. 101 leaves Starke 7 AM. l Deed Hook 7, 6a: 22, pub Any County or Special Road and .d bridles therein. .... of It* power .hereundet. U. County Dtlo. ane Coun 28. 1941.
.
\ District Prior to Fires Day of
\.adford; Bridie
.
fdt Said Board shall bav.
lip records of County. ty. Florida shall constitute lb.
No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: July. A. D IS3I. for Road and BrtdgePurposee power te- make and enforce all S T. Commission .bl appll. P.
Florida Hec. 85 Twp : 22 K. th (40) : ; ;
of. and a
PM. The asseanment of t1".IIaTh property :: .. and for 42| Public HlgbsyPurpo.ee. and regulations D"R" to the a suitable person plea.as ttet same Sn.t'.1 1..I.tur Dt..lct a A JOINT. RILtO I Ian

under the Maid certificate Issued exercise of the h..b' ouch DIrct. apportion the In .8
Director
Dally except Sunday BB IT RKSOLVKD!: BT TRC LW3I8LATURB and legislation shall .b.1 .18 .ep.entatol X of the CO Kiatlng
wan In the name of J. A. Mil no b ... and dutIes a* be prescribed House of RP'.ntatl. and .IUUOD"
IIrran. : or THB STATS OF FLORIDA; render thl* amendment full the Commission In shall allow three t RomMt.d I
pursuance .p.nt.tlv.
I Un'lexs said certificate shall be That the following amendment to and .effect and o 'o aa t l. WataIncome
CIRCI'IT COURT. BRADFORD o..tlnl f1 duties under this Section. to each of the five moat populous I_
( redeemed accordlns to law theproperty Article UC: ot the ConstItution of the 11)43) shall counties and two (2) Representatives from an tourre
COUNTY FLORIDA IN CIIANCKHY. subject the
.J will lieold State of Florid relating Taxationand hall continue tbe 'levies of t appr.l to an, .IslE l
described therein I t Iid the i to each of the next eighteen moretnpuloue D. PIh.
Howard RIlveRter WMllamnon. Plaintiff to the highest bldner at thecourthouse Finance by .ddlnl 'beret an additional durlnr the life of this' CommlMloo. .pplnt remove counties and one Representative . ., .e I
door on the first Mon .cttOI Sec snd shall not enact anv law DI".ua to each of the coun.tifi Subject of Ooml.hnol.
its and other employee who
va. Annjuatlne Wllllamion. De
fendant.ORDKR. I In th* month of tion ta Article IX creating a the effect of withdrawing the hav such and of the State at rm.lnlnl surhsnnortlonment tent of not mor II RI l
!: OF PITOLJCATTON 1:12.I which U the od'b"i: ; Btate Board '* : precrlblng nf said two PIn) ceo. of said be assigned p.e. bv dutl.. Should Legislature the Courts thl Sll.
Provided by It
ANn NOTICK TO APPEAR November 1042. its power and .u. andprovidlni from the thi or the No Cm- fall to apportion the renresentatlon In 'o
Dated thin 24th day of Septem the of ment Board .b.n .. Dlr"t. any Arln. WS
KTATR: KUmlDA to: Annju. 10 .T. shall be for any such the Senate and In the House nf Reppeepotativee. ObllUon.
tineWflhlnnjson. whoiue fenldance isU her. IIIU.IU"'FICIAf.. of two per gallon ot the gasoline "" .. other exne-nse fo employment. at any regular session nl COI,' wvulJ*,
SEAL) A..1. Thoma : fuel for (II thepayment ices .. _* for o Adoption InnS
or motor tax .nd."d elnr.n. o The from the the Lerlslsture' at any of the times
Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford and retirement of I are the rnd r""ltl"rr Further Provldmn I npns|
out proper chnrs-eable
a .. of and from herein .. ''on"ted. It shall be the duty 1st
Florida. 9-25 4t 10-1 bond Issued of an. count from funds In Cases nl InenreTwentyrite "t
County by any .
701l.liv. ataDdlnl count administration of the law and of the Legislature' or Legislatures suceeedln
11MS
.
to such onuntv but veneral .. Dollar wt
ft and bridge ; -
MI ..rJ01 ... prior to lab Pint Day of Julv..d' D of the Bnsrd fnr services r"nd.r. 11.tl"nt pertaining to birds game such regular session of the to Nenuiiltli ol UK SDefined
: .. %orIl1 0 piMir\Tio\ be.rlnl animal, fresh enter fish 'enlotnture' either In Snerlnl or Regu- I IBB
.. FOIL TAX IHKINennte : ; ) 1931. and bridge prpe..ad the "ou.t.." al.. shell be amnhlblans. together with session to apportion the reprentatlon nv l. Lol.1
( Hill Nn. .11.)) for <2) public highway .mnn. them nail out nf other specifically provided .0." In the Senate and In the I REsotvro
to hereby agreed to and shall be aubmltted nn the ssnn rts.-!* said' lund srntorrJThat /
NOTK'H 18 .= .nl" suet. House of t.
herein'
penresentiMvea Tit
shall constitute the as 01
That T.: J. lt.I n tBol'J;; oi i to tbe elector' of the State of ... sre distributed among. Qime Fund and shall be used provided Tb. ncedin reiilnr Federal the Ktmf:

Tax Certificates numlire.d itMpectIvely Florida for ratification or rejection .t ers! ."o.n.r.'d..d., report the Commission. It shall deem or reerular State C"""' whtrhver tlon I Article X of tM B
No. 186. 314 3111 the next Oeneral Election be held ild .. "" tn of Florida .uthnrlflnllment lb
172. 317. t .p..Ahal In carrying out the provision have been taken nearestnv
and 320 Issued the oft4.tteniln'r In 1M2. .follow: leinilsr, the Ten'. and for no other purposes The ..h.1 of of any ... iiliSP
,
IIlo7t.1'lu and Le"1.Iete. .rlo.m..nc R-.tAt.. itt I
A. l>. filed; "Section 10 (a). That beginning .tl. may" limit .' mav not oblIgate Itself 'n the In of'SCDreN.fltatIves. ] due any o "<"> l
DROPS name In my office and haH made January let. 1043. and for fli0 I n.n. of the P"nrd c the current resource of ;h" .hull control In mak'is family ss orovidfd 11.I

pllcatlnn for a Tax Deed tu .be thereafter the Atro.e bv the Oner" Oe.me Fund unless ; such In the event tent of 25% thereof I

limned thereon. fear. cent per gallon of tb. total tax 1941.FM1 autho.-laird bv the L..I..I.tur.. .oc\le.l.. 'he I" 1slBttire.n.tln..n.Shell fall to resnoor"on I Is hereby sm-eed. t. *J|

Hald certificate respectively em- levied by the State law upon gaiotln in office Secty State. The Legislature mny enact snv the. representation In the teelsure mitten to the ..1"lo o tj
AUTO PARTS brace the following described propertles : and other Ilk products of petroleum 13 1941 o '. In aid of. but not Inconsistent, ..* as required i>. thin' amendmentOovernor the Oeneml' EPtlo"
.In the County of BradfordHtate now ..the Second Oa Tax the pr.I"lon" of amend .. (w1th' 'n thirty dsv lives in 1942 ttl
of Florida. to-wlt: and upon other fuel. used propel and existing 1 laws Inconsist ..t.... the ...d .h"l of the remtlsr"sslor "ctlon: thRt is 55-.
USED TIRES (WE II A V E KV, of N":' Kx. 10 A In NH: Cor.Heu. .. motor vehicle shall t be A JOIN RESOLUTION herewith shall no longer remain i ) call In..t the Letlelxt'ire. to
YOUR SIZE). GENERATORS. 22 Twp.? 6 H. U. 22 K.. con placed monthly .'cl8Ot an to the .. force and effect. All laws fixing' .. sesSion to consideri th..r.t the mutEd' !id s-

tamIng 70( acres more or less I la Distribution nd'.Dlo the State Treasury the 8tt of Florida to be .for the violation of the pro .ext.ndlnAM question rcnnortinvovi.nt andeh Section 1-A Twages ., l
AUTO GLASS CASH FOR t'
embraced under said certificate No. of Article XVIL .
and dl.lde Into three (3) equal this am"nlm".t and all law extranrdlnsrv' session of the Ie. and Incomewhatsoever !'
CARS AND TRUCKS IN ANY 168. part .b..1 be distributed Am..ndmen. license taxes shell be en- ..IgtTire herebv 'nandctnrlW remilre due Mil "O
CONDITION. N'WIJ of NWU A NW of HW"4ot monthly among U. several CUt. IT RKSOLVKD BT n D"o.. by t. It.latu. from time 'o reannortlon' the r. .. come due and nwlnt
NWVt Sec. 23 Twp..6 H. K. 2:1:: LATOR .n..n..t.n !,
.follow: OP TUB BTATE time. 'emilr-.t bv this ai'. fn.e who 'Is the heal o I .

less N.. containing In embraced 60 under acres said, more certificate or- One part according to aa one part That be the following Amendment Anprove by th. Governor. May S '. adlonenment fTi 1 such evrrsnrdlsrv in this Ststeirnlshment oh.1',l t
Used Autos $23 up No. 172WH according to population one part known a* flection 3 of Article *ew
of NWU of BK.. ..I." t e-ntreie 5' State ss mar "e'pm":
ei. of ""
en" of e'1 ,
lOA sold Divers Persona Sec. X2 to the cost State road construction submitted breb. .ge t 111. tavet. n* .t the eVent .
HASKINSAUTO tn the ratio of dl.trlbutloao to .I"to _nPtInnmeet tsi. '' -.e4e- _..1* such salsrv. w.? .
Twp. 6 S. K 12 91. containing 10 at tbe ,tliiiB
general .
as orovlded In Chapter 13O9B Law of eletlno 'on. no h.I.tea. other than sucIn.MMnf the payment of In'

PARTS acres under said more certificate or lean Is No.embraced:314 Act of 1831. and for the pur Lives to-wit to: b held I the.sear A. D. Amendment JOINT RESOLUTION to Artl'le "Ppln. ..... by ex press or the'""'".*"-ST.-

1 A In SW Cur of HI* of NW'AOf of the apportionment bl on ."proved by th. Oovernor tune 7 sequent t IS,
North of Town Road IS of Florid
on Section 3. D at by Addln
contribution &h.ea any _amendment ."Idt
$EVU:< N.". 32 Twp. 6 H. U. 23 11). cuntl. .1.1 0 .
or extra the an Section Belat. "Ml.Flle ,
road construction, the Ion. dllon.1 the LegislatUre .
Cia
1 containing 1 Acre. more or less I I. o of the cntrlbutlon estso- .. off thrall.fmirtha nt .I I the o Ccul Judge i. office of Set of Stat nf .amIniiitIeflh "I

_n-- -ns--p_ -pp p -pn ap p-. l\he by the In 1931 b.letP-.cb l UM. Shall Bi FT RESOLVKD THB LEO13- fun 9 1941A r.h'' where the .II'
pursuant to said Chapter 15039. than & OF: THB STATIC OF FLORIDA week eregot 0
be taken and deemed cone I us ITS in .a early decision bv th. electors ArICI. a ot the Constitution M JOINT Proposing frOfli tIme t U.I

Dmputln. the monthly .mon. distributable State exists, an amendment t Sta. Florida b* amended bv an A.nol.en RJ0LtOI vlll of the by mA th. Leelsiat"6.enptoved .
Service
Prompt .
Careful Drivers according 1-ad Constitution dealing with the 'h.& an additional Scion Constitution of the Stat of Florida. "y to (
'100. Such funds so dltrlbute shall matter of such .m".acY may bs be Inow a* Section 4* Relating to County and MunicipalOovernment "
.administered bv the 01 posed and prpd .. ...tDl to the election ol OrJudge *. 1941pto4 in office *c<,

Admlnitraucl. Hereinafter pr of be agreed all tb.t membe.by &IIr"e.fourtb' d to and. and shall the tie same la hereby BIS IT eNACTSTJ BT TH* LEO19- II. 104. _.
submitted tn .
Starke Taxi ServicePhone I Rouse the tame be entered electors .THE STATE OP FLORIDA:
(b) The Governor a* Chairman the ot the Stat of Florid That the following amendment Article .
their
State Treasurer and the State I respective lournal with the ratification or at the 1 A JOINT REOL SlS.jrWSfr'aSV1.
and .J.eton of th Constitution theStst
Oomp thereon. *
nays Thereupon VII
at AmPfldbtllflltide
troller .. to the
shall l'etlon on 'h.
DD.&tU. a t ere same session the Legislature : Florida to Countsand Viol the .
the rl.tlnl X :
: : vide for a neolal election, UUI November .ft. first Inad Municipal to b* tO TU.
Ot Ad'ln which' t b 1942 follow: I ; Ida. gelatInS
numbered ArticleVTI1. sit
150 : :: not less than ninety nor CoroOratmtn I
all **. .or'erd of irleriliSpal.
.bal arc..ed on. eighty day after Ctl judge shall b* and th '
apee for
authority ol the bundr ., thins R.I.'OI' '
"aut. Bo. for publication .r. b eleCtd the qualified to and Shall be th .
ol .. .
.Adma.tto. Bod olall notice thereof at which apeelal respective Judicial tors ot the State for ratification or Charitable.u
D. P'-
1 such po. ? .a otttfr Stat* and rejection electionto
tion Amendment .! County st the ,
the ene,1
ne.
Day may be conferred upon it by sw. thentanagemenL are elected. :
Night control and eupervtsion submitted te elector* 01 the b held In November te.I':
for approval rejection; ?!* titus electIon ot Section It. Commissioners -
The
of the proceeds ot- said two SIC, cents ; C"CI .udg Count It '
of said taxes and all moneys and other that If a general< election of be held at the a. II..ctloo of Dade .h.1 b..Iete .

n-p --a-- --p -- p- __ pp --_ asset which on the effective' dtt* of tative.I* tn occur within said losa. to take office on II. at the general election 1942 wsrsjag-js
such Amendment shsll be after the first .
Monday
this amendment are in the
ippimble- .ha.
become may elector-at sucU general .. 1949. (or a term of six tm.dlu..l' at b"nnlol of Florida t
applicable to the
nf rllunl.
I.'r "rm
Ofb. .tlr. :
Ua 'C
bond 0 of property
several counties ot 8t., any : 'er all such office a* ". n. Commissioners' ..
special road and bridge a malt, of'I the elector .severally exist at the time of District to b* numbed exemption1niclflal ..dlrann I''

SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE! other special lacing ,.. ..'dltlct o upon Amendment of thu Amendment .hal b b the said Commissioners, Irm cherhtehie .
t". they
ar* hereby
issued prior to July I. 1S31 adopt the Amendment the tame .. extended five respectively. and delineate the nl I. h.r.b' "
and arldI The.word become a part of thia on .the first Tuesday alter the boundaries of such Districts tn such came to t.
purJ. shall Include This Amendment shall not be Monday tn J.nuar 1949." manner a* to Include within the respective he .bmltr. 15rrejection r
.
winds ..rr..". nnto .n4 nthe> intercede t*
AND ECONOMICAL forms ot ID..bteo.tesusd 10 rosa existing pO.\IO 01 the O. of the said Cmmlllone. Dis held tn 1t.I'.
and bridge relating cities Seer ... lit .
any Am.ndm.nt. but 0 etary of St. shall I
lurp- eDI o IBu.. cp. trltn" the Id ",,, lIP !
special regarded as 3ln which of
tv
._, _. *, .1 .ddl"na rnason <
and o ___ ._ ._ Acl. nn.t""IO"
RIDE THE BUSSES VMIOT special ", G.nnea outstanding Amendment .. ... _ak.UT.L.. ..nD .,,..u. .I ( e.
on July I.. 0 r*> Apor."d'I.. tb* 0..10 JOI' REOLOOf clncts numbered 34 1 32. Inclusive. '
fundlne PplDI follows ,
wsim th..f Sid Board and also such earls Election Precincts .
shall base the Statutory .. 111.Pie in office Set at atau.. Constitution ot AtICI. t>, 10 0O and 01'I ae "Section? 'II pseeflI ihf
Courteous adding
Correct Information o Pold. nU"b..n 14 .
Boards of ,,11poroorstlon
CuDt. Commissioner llL mn adltloD" Permit- :ie east shore of Btscavne .nratloflSwItIrt .
_
Bond ot thet U the Bsv sll bv resolution -
l"t.. any .11.t.to vest the ss established a rend
Given You At special toad and bridge A JOINT RESOLUTION ?* '.n ; P.e. of the County Commissionersof shin o bnre' .
district and other medal taxla di*- an Amendment to Article' IV of ? he Conservatloa o* R said County adonted "..".mb. 14. enla Pnr'dS I "
trlet* thereof with regard to said Ca.tlutll of the State of Fish and Salt W., Products to->9. Resolution NoAnother ''n.ld .n. .
dell.t .
UNION BUS STATION bonds lexcept thee the oowe to lew the Executive Board I Cmml.... lOll ..1..Inr po' '
ad valorem tsxee t> ..lrl. withheld by Adding an Additional 11 BY TE the sail Districts shall '..e| f fo in-"un.tl
Ih..t LOIS. c
from said ami
onardi and tax overall lion to Oame and : OP nm STATS:OP comprts territory and only the 'i held Ih I'e.

papers, doum.nt and record water Fish Commission.BB .$ Article Sixteen 01 the FLORIDA t.rt. which wss on tbe 1st dsy ..' n".fmlr .
concerning .m. 9al & IT R5OI TED BY 01 the Consti- 'Ml. embraced In CommisNIoflers' I (
I hall nave the power LATtRI or Tm STATE 1 0' 8ta. O Florida be District No. 4 and Oommliloners *- :
time to issue; refunding bonds to ma .. Ib..re an addt- S-.2f.STl'
T" Amendment Section to District S aa in
be
.bo
I foloWnl
within the saId flftv (S0) veer Article IV of of saId Article 16.IO.D .Section Bol "P of the Minute of ca. ; :
o OO.ttutin
"WHY GO I jerlod at said aviatandin* State of t ,, CUthOrizIng tb. .
FISHING to said *
*
? bonds "OU' thereon and to se- live Department "Iat. t riN and vest regulatino the bower of ml- : t Cn.mLlon.seqr.Another 0 Out ygs&r* ,

"'aur a ole.of anticipated .ddltl.1 tO adlnl known of wt rl.tDI 1 of the said Commissioners'District
receipt water
frm .eb or other of Article rV. Water the territory 1941. *"*
GO TO NEWSOME'S MARKET"Fresh 'fuel .. e'd U. a board .hal comprise ex
oue. or earn.
flies
tx. d".rlbut"to men a Game and Fresh Water Flab which' .. the dae Anl Piled I" "
hereto' teM "P klb9 o frt o
hereby .
cuat. but 'not mission be and the same, .m. 1941. In 1941
Tune

Water and Salt Water Fish Shrimp etc. exchinse at bonds a greater now bear rate; nt and interest t .than sell laid o e.Efo.tr and ot.shall the \tat.. abtlt..d t ,.t\lr."oD.Iet, of te.1'St.b..ubmlt.Pold.. t trict tn*.br mlo.n.. .d.Mbe Comml.lon.B.O-"P"ot T.1.ote" Ca.:".od.I ;

on o .Jetlon ..
blal O a.. mnntv faT .tln..Uon or : County at 0. Pr 5
at .I.ttI"
Fresh Meats Live and Dressed .J'on lIetlO t held on ,
the
Poultry uni.Ir..th, _el.. D retiring Benersl E"tIO'toe. held on Ted.. afte the first et snd *1m all the t"r..which c..n.. chUll .,-
bv such Monday .
Fruits and VegetablesNEWSOME'S ..le an road and county or tires the first No.mbr 1042. U : .on the frst day 1941 re.tatU'fl5 f
.Cla Drd. el"rlt or In November 19. a* follow) : 1010"Sctloa embraced In election Precinct numb b. .. .dn,
tth. .1-1. .. 'he Section 30 From and after 3 Lol.tu,. may : TS to n. Inclusive estsnlOTt vided O ".d.
.IT.n' o.her '.* .*. U Irb Bd Ills St*
.. beartn fl .0tClotO .I 1943 shemsnstemesit. ree 0t D COnmlloD. ? by **" aferuld Resolution .o !
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MARKET more than three Ol oer. .rent per anmm the lon birds conservation gam fur and ,.Iattn. It authority t t.I m.le cml "c"d : I".....fflllMl.. B'snd
IB vurh dennmlnsrloa end barn I and 'bl"b Another th* said, Dhtc shall s'

Next Door To New Method Cleaners On Temple! Ave. (30)tIlting veer*t such oerlnd time a* within the Board tb. fjfo ma ma- end I"a Florida fresh,control and wster the, and acquisition fun. ,*. I, &unlfol.on..tnD of apPI.'oD.Itho water.reld.|22 In the eompris Commisalonenr 1st .h o territory April.* II.. .mb. on- ,SI I.the I..!.":":.C"

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d..il. to xeretaln 'alrouc. 1
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now provided .
by ,
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I SUCCESSFUL Kathleen Norris Says :

IIONKSTY IN ALL TIIIN13S

PARENTHOOD Honesty in all things would

seem to be what one should havea
ty. Jlytut GtunnA&iA. right to expect without question Let Your Daughter" Find Freedom

r r But as a matter of fact
Bell SyndloM NU rcnturIV **.
C dishonesty has become oo common

"+s" wherever man Is found, that
.T M EL CATHSUHK COKBAO IDWABMAuockr
people look on the person who ia

L Uttor. fanu MovoatoeBUDGETING strictly honest aa a peculiar In.

dividual. Try reporting an undercharge

!- YOUR WAR TIME! (everyone complalna

1 tt about an overcharge) or returningexcess

Mothers are constantly being your own more timid youngster on change, and you will see
a vr r told and rightly so, that their the head? You'll simply have' to how unexpected honesty really Is
greatest patriotic duty is to work control :your wrath and act with today. Under such circumstances
rt for the health happiness and nor- schoolteacher objectivity. Separatethe ( f
the Christian
needs be
mal development of their to vigilant
families. quarreling ones of course, but
But even the most devoted of them don't show your own child special lest he also accommodate his own

r can't help wanting to take an active sympathy. Besides he may be the Ideas of honesty and begin to
part in community war work one to cause trouble at your neigh Justify little evasions rather than
too. Here is how one mother who bor's next day. being absolutely upright.
lives in a college town, made it pos Fruit juice and crackers for re-
sible for herself and four of her freshments are a safe bet since "Thou shalt not ateul" forbids
friends to devote part of their timeto most children enjoy them. They every kind of theft. It Includes

Red Cross and civilian defense are also easy to supply. Don't become robbery, burglary ra.f -crucklng,
in spite of the fact that they all had overgenerous and provide ice
housebreaking; but it covers far
little children and no maids. It cream at your house, thus leadingthe
was the simple plan of having one children to expect more than it more than those obvious wrongs.It 1d
of the mothers take care of all of may be convenient for the other refers: to such things aa loafIng .

the children one afternoon during mothers to serve on one's job; "borrowing"

the school week. Saturdays and Don't try to carry out your neigh money from the cash drawer: tak
Sundays the children spent at home bor's program depend a lot on your ing goods from the Mock with
-those were fathers' days. This own special talents in entertaining \
was less complicated and easier to children. If :you are good at story. which one Is working; stealing l } l
[ Serve a Salad .'. Win Your VitaminsSee get going than a co-operative nursery telling and one friend Is good at another man'e sermon and preach. y

( Recipes Below.) school. No one home had to be games and still another mother Is ing It BS one's own; contracting
fitted out with a school roomItwas musical the children's week
of vis- debts which one can never pay;
just "going to Billy's or Janle's its will be varied and worthwhile.Of false
using
min Ways house" for the afternoon.To course you won't expose the weights and measures;
This Week's Menu make a success of such a cooperative group to colds or other infection adulterating food or other material J JI

her and fall when vege- Browned Oysters endeavor try to have the your child may have picked up. It ; dodging taxes or lying to itLzhrs.

Jfuitj are more scarce Scalloped Peas and Onions children near the same age though would be much better to give up I' the tax assessor; using a slug! In.
than during summer Cranberry-Pineapple Salad older ones can be used as helpers.It's your afternoon of community work stead of a nlckle In the telephoneto
Hot Biscuits best that the mothers, too. than to keep all the mothers at
and fall, and escape proper payment. It
have similar ideas on rearing children home nursing sick children. '
many a homemaker Apple Juice Mince Pie to avoid unpleasant feelings If Observe the same rules of punctuality really means something to be hon. .
Is apt to Recipes GivenVegetable one mother Is too strict and anothertoo In calling for your childrenas etit, and It Is a great testimony

fall shy on serving lenient. you would if they were in school to the unregenerate world. /
her family Bouillon. While the mothers put their free It's sometimes hard for a hostessto
More than that an honest /I 1 1 1 \
these vital body (Serves 2)) time to good use for Uncle Sam remain agreeable to the straggler per / / )
will
i son make right known
I the children will be learning to whose mother hasn't called for him any
and
regulating 'JJ cap water share and make injustice. To be with God
-' toys a place for when It's time to be getting her right
protective foods. % to 1 cup Juice strained from themselves in group activities.So own child's supper.In must mean that we are to be tly mother suggests that Lee and I com to her for dinners at rrgularboarding
lh a time when the body canned string .r wax beans much for the idealistic side of fact, there's no better time to right with men. The testimony of rain) but that would mean marketing, and Jiihwathing on tha old
tost These foods builds 1 bouillon cubeS the project. How about your reactions apply the Golden Rule than when many Christians could be terms, except that we mould bt paying more than sue can afford.
presented
resistance to disease small sprigs parsley when a visiting four-year-old trading children-tending with .your

... to pick a common Add water to bean juice and heat gets out of hand and maybe plops friends! to show that they have entered By KATHLEEN NORRIS
'''- upon real and DAD COMPANYThe
peace utwfulneas -
n having a cold as soon to boiling. Dissolve bouillon cube
Ether and sun flee. in boiling liquid. Serve hot garnished only as they have made much claim have memories unfulfilled
WCTU GLEANINGS con Blhient effort to right HOW and ambitions and lost
ra busy building and with parsley.A S E every old father opportuni.
H9'y wrong to pay every debt. Often lies make the kind of
(plenishing body tissues one-dish meal that's good for TODAY'S CHALLENGE TO such actions upon the time. worst

down and used up, fall is this one with many vegetable OMEN! VOTERS Christian open opportunitiesfor money, youth, happiness of company and are certainly not
testimony anti point
favorites: desirable substitute the
movement a
{every you Ham Hock With When you were grunted the others to the redemption in their children? It's an old
nlns help use the Vegetables. joy of accomplishment. The
L you (Serves 5)) HOMEIyeD( ballot expectations were'. aroused Christ which makes a man live question, never to be satisfactorily woman who fact middle

I tit"pounds ham hock that it would lift civic affairs to right as well as talk right. answered, for even with and "when"and age
I foods help the family i only "if"
a new plane by bringing higher
5 medlum-slsed :
potatoes reasoned out
when it's all ,
ese vital minerals and "but" to show for the
I bunch carrots standards of public duty and morality -
ab, uninteresting dishesm human hearts will solve it as thing she might have done
S medium l ed onions into the solution of our
| off to eating other 1 Biedlnm-slsed head of cabbage governmental problema. FASHONPATRICIA affection and weakness and with her youth facet alto the

\ the they edge can off their put their hunr Wipe ham hock. Cover with boilIng aloe Sbtee Mmtj't Kltch.n While your entrance into the filial obedience dictate, and prospect of an unhappy old

methln,. I need not water cover and simmer two voting; arena has unquestionably elderly tyrants will continueto age filled with rer..t.. That
hours or until tender. Clean vegetables Have you signed the Consumer'sPledge produced some benefits it is well have things their own way. it why Kathleen Norris hat
|t In this way they may that has been devised by the I
Jig out on foods neces- add to meat, cook uncovered consumer division of the Price Administration within the truth to say that the Nina is 28; she has been the I written this message to youngrirlt
20 to 30 minutes or until vegetables ? "I results have been and their mothers who
body. This pledge reads: dl appolntlng.You of
are tender. will buy carefully. I will take goodcare were entitled ,to the ballot main support of a family love them but will not let
well and do- IY
pgetables ,
logs to their Fried Squash Cakes. of the things I have. I will whether you made good use of It four for eight years/ For six them go. Be sure to read her
appear. Slice squash very thin being certain waste nothing." of those years she has been engsged
DOWkJk41
selp their or not, and your failure to come answer to this letter from a
consumptiont
to slice it across. Place the Whatever we save In food power to be married: her husband-to-be
of sauce or extra seatut slices in salt Water materials and energy can be used up to expectations ia due to the Is a young doctor with no very brilliant girl who ha been engaged for

an ordinary vegeta- wipe them by our country-us-In our effortto fact that you were not willing to prospects; Nina has no money fix yean.a .
1 at the same time In- win the war. break away from old standards wonderingwhether
dry. sprinkle with saved and they are
mily of what it needs j, salt and pepper I on Those electricity of us who for light are dependent fuel for i of political conduct established by they dare take the chanceof good cook and she suggests that

'-' dip in flour beaten .cooking and power in mechanical the male voters. marrying with the possibility of Lee and I come to her for dinners

d I Peas and Onions. egg and then refrigeration can save conserve, Had you followed your higher obligations to his old people and hers at regular boarding rates, but that

ryes 5 to 6)) 1 incrackercrumbs. this electricity in many ways. impulses and acted without guidance staring them In the face. would mean marketing and dishwashing

small white onions Repeatthe We can learn to turn oft electric you might have made some "My father died last May. after for me on the old terms, except
lights when we're not using them that would be paying $60 a
can twice mistaken Invalidism writes Nina. we
but
peas process you would have introduced years of ,
and we can take extra pains to
(iwni butter and then drop into hot fat for fry keep the light bulbs, reflecting into our political life a "My mother Is a strong capable month-more than we could afford

oona flouro ing.'When they have cooked through bowls and shades clean. clean fresh viewpoint of incalcul woman of 66, but she has bad eyes, unless I went on teaching. I am so

salt and are brown drain on brown paper We can also save fuel for cook. able value to the nation. cannot read and lives In constant perplexed between them all Idon't
Ik and serve. Ing heat if we do more planning fear that blindness will overtake her. know what to do; long to getaway
Festive than usuaL If at all possible do But you were Inexperienced, My little sister Bessy went to State from everything, and wish Lee

ions finely crushed Serves Squash.6) most of your cooking during the and felt you must seek advice ; Normal college as I did, and 1 expected could get an offer from some far.
|crumbs ( ) non-peak load hours. Use your oven and Instruction from older voters o that her salary as a teacher away city and I could simply walk

125 minutes. Drain.and 3 small squashes to its capacity when you use it. and were led to follow the same would help out at home but she out on the routine and drudgery responsibility .
1 drained canned tomatoes
cap cooking several things at once and that have
old beaten paths of the and worry
politics as
reserve H married young and now has
very
cup pea 1 shredded processed cheddar have food Is
cap ready as soon as oven 1r cn "
been mine long!
2U- males. machines ., so
Old-party with
cheese at right temperature. Don't keep three small babies, though she Is
u tter t characteristic adroitness : The chances are that the capable.affectionate .
adapted 23.
opening oven door oftener than nec only
.. 1 tablespoon chopped onion
flour I I mother is making quite
themselves to your 'Dre ence In
essary. Uncle Assists.
( 2 cops soft bread crumbs -
peer When you need only a small politics and by the 'old appealsof a martyr of herself just widowedand
liiuor Salt. pepperS amount of water heat Just that self-Interest and political fi "My uncle pays taxes and insurance with BellY married and now
and tablespoons melted butter amount in a covered utensil. pre- on our little cottage amountIng Nina deserting her I And the chances
Imix- Parsley Use fiat bottom pans that fit the ferment and the same old stories :1; to about $200 a year; I pay arc also that she would tell you

Broiled bacon heating unit and be sure the covers that "You cannot get anywherewith everything else. With my father's that her whole purpose in living was

F ni.mtly. Wash the) squashes and eat them at closely principles or morals in politics insurance money I have turned our to make life easier for her girls and

t Pour Into cas- ia half, lengthwise and cook: hi boiling The sediment that collects in the ," dissuaded you from your two front rooms Into a separate contribute at any sacrifice to their
remaining butter stir salted water until amost tender. bottom of the tea kettle acts as a high purpose and made you mere I apartment, with a bath and kitchen. happiness.Such .

pmbi, sprinkle over catf Scoop out the centers leaving a % non-conductor of heat so keep the cogs In the machinery of politics, This Is already rented for $40 a mothers never look back and
a In a tea kettle free from any coating deposited -
moderatelyhotoven Inch shell Cut the pulp Into small from boiling water. fully aa party bound as men. month. Bessy cannot help my mother remember Just bow little their own

for about 25 min. pieces and drain thoroughly. Combine Since a dull surface absorbs heat You still have an opportunity ; Lee. my sweetheart makes mothers' plans and desires mat-

with tomatoes, cheese onion. more readily than a shiny one don't to lift yourselves from the muck I $1,500 a year as a resident at the tered to their own youth. They

1 cup bread crumbs and seasonings scour the bottoms of pans until and mire of every day dirty poll- JI IJ hospital and Is beginning to havea stepped off happily Into matrimony;

to taste. Pile this into the squash they shine.When tics and set standards few private patients; not a very they took It for granted that every,
[Lynn Says: shells and sprinkle with remaining you start to cook turn the up new of good chance that 1 could help my young woman has a right to her own
''%"sties: There are crumbs mixed with the melted but electric unit on high. Then as soon voting which may save America. 18212 mother either In any crisis."I life.
as cooking begins turn the unit to God grant
n i Inches In Bake In moderate SSO-de-! you may. with for And If
the Nutrl- ter. a low or medium and turn the current am sick longing my so she has Nina's mother
1.14 .
tick which bear check. gree) oven until the crumbs are completely off before the food Is From the'National Prohibitionist. yn.i own home," the letter goes on."It has to take boarders, let them be

[day in every way so brown. Arrange In a round platter quite done. Use the large unit for (Continued next, week Is misery for a man and woman boarders other than Nina and Lee.

you and. your family 'and serve with parsley and crisp large pans. (Furnished and paid for by the who love each other to put off again Nina and Lee have a right to privacy

Plug: broiled bacon. Your mechanical refrigeratorcomes Starke W. C. T. U.) and again the time of their happiness to the delights of their own

I Inch Includes milk: 1 A few green \leaves of lettuce ro- in for extra consideration, together and we have grown home, no matter how small and

py for every adult and maine, watercress or other salad too. Of course its Insulated to the THERESSABy weary and impatient, sometimes to plain it is. Coming every day to
'for every child. Of greens guarantee much of the Important -, nth degree but even so place It the point of almost breaking with the same old dining-room for dinner -

don't have to drink but hard-to-get: vitamin D. : away, a from sunny beat.window A and nearby the radiator range- Miss Ida<< IIa aa each other during these long years. hearing the same old problemsof

'Ilk. Use part.of It in Perhaps you like the greens plain. can make it work overtime. CHURCH SERVICES' I have not had money for pretty leaking faucets or broken win

or perhaps with a bit of color suchas Take care not to overload It and Everyone Is Invited to attend things, for the holidays we might. dow-blinds what freedom Is Nina

onors gO to mea. flsh : don't put hot food into It. Sunday School at the have bad together; 1 have worn my ': going to enjoy? She will wipe the
sod this 'Is not "dto 'Cranberry-Pineapple Salad. Watch for defrosting. The more Baptist cousins' clothes schemed and worried same old dishes answer the old telephone
For lunch Cut slices of canned cranberrysauce you use the refrigerator the oftenerit Church Sunday morning at 10 to make ends meet until I feel sit down to the same two

fits best for or dinner and top with slices of pine- must be defrosted. o'clock; also Christian Endeavorat School Frock like an old woman. games of cribbage just as she has
your taming Take care not to keep the door the Christian Church at 8 o'- Pattern No. 1212-School Is an exciting done for
per apple. Arrange in lettuce nests. "My mother now that she :yearsMother
person should open too long when you are putting clock Sunday night.M. adventure and little girls enjoy says
Owes .
Soften cream cheese with milk and foods away and taking; them out. being properly dressed for Itl cannot possibly manage on $40 a Apology.Nina

Jto0n.e eggs day or at add a few chopped nuts. Shape Operate your refrigerator at the Z. Sullivan of Miami was lere's any young girl's idea of a month, that I must go on teaching has'given enough of her life
per week marks into balls and place among lettuce proper temperature. If you are not visiting Mr and Mrs. C. Sullivan really proper style for school-It has until Lee's income warrants our to her old people. It is her mother
*ch. Have it for break- leaves. Serve with mayonnaise. freezing a dessert there's no reasonto last week-end. I neatness flowing graceful lines and leaving her. Lee says'that a doc who ought to be grieving, who ought

It In the hot bread .Apple Juice Mince Pie. set your dial. at the lowest tem- pretty details. It may be made tor's wife cannot possibly be a to be apologetic that she has managed -
\ Custard for lunch for (Makes 1 9-Inch pie) perature. ."'.. l&tt. J. P. Dickinson was transacting -; with the low. open nock or with a teacher that it Is too much of a her affairs so badly that this

imPortant, too. 1 package orange flavored gelatin I business I n Jacksonville ; contrasting round white collar. strain on our nerves. There is no splendid daughter Isn't to have a
Serve 'WOODLAWNlly last week. Pattern No. 8212 Is designed for i pretty wedding, an outfit of lovelynew
reakfast I' for trousseau, and
X apple Juice money a even
or a cops
pudding sizes 6, 7. 8, 9, 10. 12. 14 years..
kies: ; Bread and rolls teaspoofl lemon Juice Alice Glover Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tomllnson of Size 7. short sleeves takes 1% yards with the most modest little apartment clothes with which to go to her

r this category also. 1 cup mincemeatCream Jacksonville were recent guests of 39-inch material. 8V4 yard braid. there must be good managIng husband.
h Miss Bernice Denmark was the My advice to Nina Is to get married
small Income.
Deludes the cheese the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Contrasting collar requires ft yard. on our
vegela- of Mlsa Alene at and let her
guest
overnight once
besides potatoes Dissolve the gelatin In apple Juice R. )M. Hersey. "I want so to be happy to be helpless
one Lawtey on Thursday mother her criticizing aunts and
a leafy vegetable. that has been heated to the boiling Starling near Mrs. J 'L. loved and free and able to rest in
,
i Hightower has her cousin. and
of last week. returned generous uncle settle -
.lettuce. broccoro- point. Add lemon juice and mincemeat to her home'I Ini Lawtey.W If_................................ my home as other women dot I all the problems that her
marriage
-and the oo.er raw. Cook until thick: and creamy Ancll Thompson is now employed want so to pay Lee back for these

perfect. then pour into a baked pie shell. In Tampa. .. are sorry to lose ,two good Alton.............................. generous years of waiting I But on causes at home. Doctors
e fruits. Two Chin until firm then decorate top Mrs. Chess Padgett Is spendinga citizens of our community-Mr. the other hand there is my mother have a way of prospering, and doctors'

to manae. 01 a day with cream cheese put through a few days with her son-in-law and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan who ...................................... and my aunts assure me that wives are fortunate, women i
course I because the Incessant tragedies and
air With breakfast pastry tube. moved to Miami last we.k They they would not be surprised if she
and and Mr. and Mrs. E. W
e one for daughter were loved by the people of the If am**t.._........................ were to be taken Wand die as a responsibilities of the greatest pro
lunch or din- Lynn Chambar eon give you expert : Graves of Jacksonville. fession teach a man the value of
n advica os houifhold and load entire> community and we bope result of the shock of my leaving.No .
and your Pier Wattfm NtvnJMUMT Floyd Denmark spent last Friday Mr. Sullivan Pattern N*......... mtM*.. ...... tome life serenity affection child
seVenth inch In- probUmi. Writ at regain his health : Vacation la Five Tears. hood. The years ahead will be kinder
Jacksonville
teror Union. HO South Dttplaiiutttrt. in soon. .....
'
some fat Send IS rants In for
This 1 'Is rich m I Chicago, lUinoii. PUata .,."Io.a.d. Mrs. Susan Norman of Miami ..ch pattern d..lr.do Tt is five years since I have had to Nina than those that have
for fuel and vacation the Christmas lone; hers has been the sort of girl-
envelope any except
e -" itlf-adJrttini foryour spent a few days recently wltt STENOaBARIIEKd rabid Dow Patterns
reply. NOT IS vacation for I teach In summer atwoman's hood that makes for a happy and
her father-in-law. :J. M. Norman PADS- X5o each BRADFORD 2M W. 17th 81., New Yerk. N. Y.
Released! by W. trn Newspaper Union. a college. My mother U grateful maturity.
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BRADFORD COUNTY VKLEOitAFH. StMItKE. 'IUI\\
I-AG3: Kir.IIT: I I' t1'IUIIiJ t
taken for the Ladies AuxiliaryThe the
was
offering church
.
beautiful black bas are
AT LAWTE J. C. (Jake) Prevatt Jr. of Emergency Gift, which Is a fundto Ladies' and a full pecl 117 It,
Auxiliary of the attendance
feed the hungry people Miss
I
I Y Camp Blanding was here several help Ir!
Church MitchI'll.
LLOOKING the ocean. In the name of Presbyterian will meet. dent asc ""
has acquired across
of last week. Jake annOUnce I INOTICE
days
h F. R. CarradinellAl'TIST a uniform and looks likea this circle :Mrs. L. A. Davis pre- Tuesday evening with October 13, at II ,
service flag to the 8 o'clock Mrs. Jeannette -
I brand new watch. He has man y dented a Young on Madison street. Mrs
friends who are really for Jake. church. I am
CIII'KCIIAt banquet form, and with plenty to In the backwoods. of the North The best to you: Jukle boy. The hostess served hot tea, Charles Turney will conduct the the Welfare very lorry to hsl ,
devotions and Mrs, Charles
time was had by all Carolina Mountains. We are ex- to eleven Allen Board Of
, the recent Annual Church eat, a grand sandwiches and cookies 8
Isham R. Davis of Uncle Sam'sNavy will have charge of the County, but *
officer in attendance. After the eating pecting some communication from visitors. program. bocau,,
},{eetlng, the following church Norfolk, his members and three w
were elected: came a period of good ort).: her to- be read this Sunday. returned to Two Mrs John Uglow will put flowers gasoline shortage I IIrI
Then base, la"t week after spending a Circle !In the church do al1ll1lit: '
the
fashioned Gospel singing. Sunday Morning sermon, con during the work
i
Pastor Rev. Forbes E. Fuller as I
-- and friends 'Po hostess
visit with relatives Smith was
I came the reports of the past tinuing Important study In Ephe- Mrs. Wt month of October. All ladies of -Mrs. W Would I h.I
beacons-. T. Prevatt, H. B. year's activities, and all were clans, this week Chapter 6. verses here. Isham has just completedhis to Circle Two, and her living room L, Andrews,

Arwooil, R. J. Gomes. pleased to hear of program being 2 and 3, subject: "Long Life of 'boot' training which we are was decorated with blooming pot ill>IRI11 tIIt 011 8Ieelallmtelti
TrUHtees-. J. Gomes, Melvin made. One of the notable itemsof Obedience." The pastor especiallyurgy advised Is merely the initial ted plants and the graceful antig-

13. Flitch, R. C, Campbell, Troy the reports was the marked parents and children to be breaking in of a new sailor. Looks non vine. Yo.ve lIeen
Bennett H. B. Arwood. "healthier" financial can d Itloii, hear this urgent matter good In his blues and no doubt Mrs. G. C. Powell, circle chair-
out to
Clerk. -Mian Elizabeth Terry both In the giving for local work, discussed. Evening wor- will provide plenty of hell for the man, being absent the meetingwas
I Financial Secretary and Treasurer being 'rattles' he will help run back Into conducted by Miss Olive Ray, GOOD SOI.DIIRS
but In missionary giv
i especially ship at 8 P. M. Evangelistic message Tool!
-H. B. Arwood. ing. Gospel of Mark. their holes. and her subject for the devotional
from
? Pianist Mrs. J. P. Wyrlck. Miss Jewell Reddish made an- service was '"In the Lord put I
Along with the election of officers Sunday, Oct. llth. Missionary Billy Plummer of Uncle Sam's other trip to Charleston, S. C., recently my trust", Psalms 11:1.: Mrs.

' at I him annual church meetIng Day. Special emphasis being I Navy is here on a ten-day leave. to spend a day with that Emma Murphy, Mrs. J. W. White,
I the ladies of the church pre- placed on the work and field of' Billy 13 one proud sailor. He is handsome nephew of Uncle Sam's Mrs. L. D. Green and Mrs. L. S.

pared a splendid covered-dish I Miss Elizabeth Bishop, a "faith"mlanlonary the daddy of a fine girl, Patricia known as Pvt. Inman Green. We Hutto read interesting articles
upper. With the tables set in laboring for the Lord Ann, arriving Wednesday. Sept wonder sometimes whether or not from "The World Outlook."

23. Mother and daughter are do- something has been slipped over The Importance of sewing and

I CLASSIFIED ADS Ing fine and will join Billy at hilt on Utt. These thlps are becomingmore knitting for the Red Cross was
Peru Ind., base suortly. This and more frequent, and we again stresse "" >y the leader.

--'--- popular couple with the new addition can't blame anyone. A coupleof The hostess, assisted by Mrs. L.
will be mimed by their nice kids F. Smith, served fruit punch and
with
FOR SALE: -Filling station I FOR SALE-125 white Leghorn
living quarters consisting of 81 young hens. A bargain at 80c many friends who wish them their the Mi- and Mrs. Joe Shuford spent cookies to the ten members pres
do'
their effort to
rooms, lights and hot and cold each.-Jordan's Hotel Court. Itp beat in Sunday here visiting their respective ent.

water 2 1.2 miles south of part.A. parents. Circle Three
E LOST-Spotted Poland-China sow, letter advisee that KeeffeeB.
Starke on Road 13. Marks the Navy and Mrs.J. .
? Johnle Gaaque goes to Mrs. Charles Darby
i marked upper bit In one ear, (Ironhead) Harrell has been
Rltch. 10-2 3tp Johnnie is of the best hostesses 9rn'f
( soon, one R. Wainwright, were
,under bit in other ear. $10 re transferred from. Norfolk to Mem-
liked merchants In Lawtey and to Circle Three, at the home of
tli. i FOR SALE,-17-foot house trailer, ward.-Vasco Forsyth, Starke. phis. Keeffee Is studying Aviation "'
r will be remembered long after he the former. A vase of two unusually v-
well and in first-class Maintenance In the Navy His
equipped
t
\ watch leaves to do his part towards large orchids graced the
yellow
,1' LOST-Ladles Elgin
condition. See Mitchell Ergas interesting letter will not even
gold with Roman numerals. We fumigating and ridding the worldof living room table; Tf7ai.ths. j04 aHdwa4NKe
(" at Jerry'sLFOR lip permit printing e x c erpts. .
' Lost between Starke and Mid- wonder how it even passed the the skunks we are now fighting.Our In the absence of the circle

., SALE: OR RENT-2o-acre way Bar.--Notify Gladys Morgan cenaom. very best to you Johnle. chairman, Mrs. W. B. Sewell, the

a farm furnished house. Cheap at Military Inn. Itp Jack Bales, who with Mrs. meeting was in charge of Mrs. L. CrtaQ

kil On Hampton to Schencks road. MaeB. Methodist Circles D. Vining, whose devotional ser
LOST-123 reward for the re- Bales, bas been visiting Mrs.
Otto B. Hicks, Waldo, vice was taken from "The UpperRoom"
tt.:. Fla.Apply 9-25,3 turn of my white male setter Wells here for the past several Met Monday AfternoonMrs. Mrs. E. L. Matthews reviewed ALL "good soldiers" aren't in the army. For that kill
nv. s bird dog. He has black ears, weeks, left last week for
describes millions of civilians who have
; an article from the Methodist accepted IK'I.
business. Mr. W. E. Middleton was host
his he has Avon Park on
and under right ear
' : FOR SALE Westinghouse 4- inconveniences With all
Woman. cheerfully.
: : burner electric stove, the Initials "C. D." and the Bales la in the contracting busi ess to Circle One of the W. S. C. transportation strained
practically
l';ht.i a new-Apply Alexander & CI).. number "2". Return to Charles nessHe: will return here shortly. S. of the Methodist church on Each circle gave a liberal of- to the limit, and buses carrying peak loads, small incoi-
I Starke. It Darby.. Starke N o questions Congratulations to Aunt Mary Monday afternoon. A variety of fering to the Emergency Gift, and veniences sometimes occur. We're doing our utmost to nub

asked. It Bennett on her eightieth birthday. fall flowers were used in the liv- during the business session Red travel as pleasant as possible, and later on travel as pal

FOR SALE;Model-A Ford in Aunt Mary always has a twinkleIn ing room where the guests were Cross work was discussed. like it will return. In the meantime, the war effort com
, good condition. Seven good LOST-29th Cavalry KeconnaU- seated. 'i Soon after the arrival of the
.h voice
I
her eye and a quip In her first. And to all America's "good soldiers" at home
pance Insignia pin. Blue enamel the hostesses served delicious we say,
t tires two of them brand new. that would be a credit to a woman The devotional service was con guests I
J. Davis with seal of Virginia on front. pineapple sherbet and wa- sincerely: "Thanks for your patient understanding"UNION
t'r Reasonable.-Mrs. M. half her age. Our very, very ducted by Mrs. W. G: Halle, after .
: by Fanners' Market ItpHUNT Very unusual. Reward. Mae best to you Aunt Mary which she presented the following fers. BUS
; Priest, Koch Drug Store. ItpNO'r7CP:1
. : Mrs. J. F. Colley reviewed -
Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs of program STATIONVVe troel
b'4R Large! two-story THE CHILDRENS FRIENDWhen
article from The Methodist roe
an -
, : I the Guidon Grill Jacksonville here recently
: quit were
house, lights and water $2:) fewer hour, anda : Dobbs' Mr. Woman magazine; and Mrs.II children have temporary Temple Ave. Phone 111 ,
.' 1.[:>., unfurnished W. Moore, for more money visiting Mr. parents upsets ul eybry ttwssw
work. Louis W. L. Blair reviewed "Christian of the stomach and bowels from
better place to and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. eN
Keystone Heights Road. 10-2 2t w- Lacy Conway, Agent
.:, J Pappas (the one-armed man). ltp David Lemuel (Missy) Shuford Principles In Business" from, The unwise food combinations, overeat. t ,

FARM FOR RENT-W I t h S3 recently visited relatives here returning Christian Advocate. ing, or over-acidity of the stomach,
acres In cultivation, large mod- NOTICE-My strawberry plants to Cross City where he Is The circle chairman. Mrs. Mid- give them good tasting:
ern house.-See A. A. Annie, are all gone. It pays to advertise employed by a mapping concernon dleton, presided over the business :McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR a 1 sN
Starke.
J. D. Bowers,
Lawtey, Fla. 10-2 2tp a government project.We session and at this time a liberal, ALL, DRUG STORES

WANTED-Female applicants ford WE NOW CARRY a complete line are advised by our grape- -
vine that Vann (Sugar) Futon has
all types clerical positions, and
age of Purina Feeds, hay corn.
18 to 33. Must' be neat. Intel Haskins Auto Parts, Road 13 :joined the Air Corps If true we
believe he will make avi
a good
ligent, high school diploma re- just north of town. It
quired. Salary excellent. ReplyP. ator.Mr
O. Box 413 Gainesville and Mrs. Clyde Austin of
ltp Owner has gone up $100, but it
Jacksonville! spent several days
,VANTED-Lady bookkeeper and is still a bargain! 6-room house recently with Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
with lot 1200. W. T.
typist, part time or steady. large Austin.
Hour to suit yourself. Phone 76 Ctute, Realtor, 119 East Call !

or write Box 606, Starke, Fla. St. It LAWTEY MKTHODIST CHURCH 'born and raisedin !
ItpWANTKD Key. Herbert Hazzard, Pastor were
IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELLmilk Morning Service 11 a. m. Subject ,

by permanent residents cows stock cows, beef "Christ, Our Ideal".
adults-a 3-room apart- cattle, stock bulls or hogs, get Sunday School 10 a.. m. Youth t

ment or small house, unfurnished In touch with J. D. Odom. Jr., Fellowship 7:30: p. m.

In Starke. Write E. C. Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake Evening Service 8 p. m. Subject, these like

perry Theressa. Itp City Auction: Telephone market 481 every Lake Thurs City. ,"Paul Last on Sunday His Way morning to Rome"World. parts just I

of live stockat
WANTED TO BUY-Frying or day on all classes Communion was observed, also
chickens Lake City at 2:30 P. M.
roasting and turkeys,
the Fellowship of Suffering and
live or dressed, any number. Also -
Service. The following Roll of
milk fed veal. We pay mar- I WANTED TO BUY-House trail Honor of service men was called. of i

ket prices. Guidon Grill. It I er.-Guidon Grill Starke. lip Pvt. Isham Davis, Gunner's Mate most our customers. .

Charles Dinklns. Pvt. Daniel B.

Harley Sgt. Wm. H. Miner, Pvt.

DOUBLE ROOMS WEEK Paul M. Moore, Pvt. Sidney Shu-

'ford, Pvt. Arthur W. Swanbom. t

AMERICAN RESTAURANT & CABINS Staff Sgt. Richard Thede,. Lt. ,"
Wm. C. Walnwright. -Fryer Down here live die folks we grew UP.Many competitors have abandoned
Adjacent To Camp BlandingDR.
Everett Loadholtz 'of Fort Ben- z :with.. our neighbors. We work along. this market and are now devoting all

ring spending bas several returned days to camp of his after fur- : side you, pay taxes with you and vote their efforts to serving their own home

LEMUEL COLSON DENTIST lough with relatives here. Everett with you. So we have come to think of .communities. I
Is a tank driver with the Second
129 East Call Street Armored Division and expects to you as our very own customers-so long That means thatsomehow we've got

have his ,go at 'Ratvllle' (Ber- as we deserved your trade. to step up production so as to not only

Hours 9 A. M. to 7 P. M. Evenings By Appointment lin pression) shortly.that he H.really gives Is the looking im- To do that, of course we had to make fill the gap ,but 'meet the increasedas

forward to just that. good Ale and Beer as needs of our "home folks". And it's a

..-._.-.-_-..... -,"- - - -ee Mr. and Mr. C., Y. Mayo of you can get :
Tampa were recent visitors here. anywhere in these United States. vital need to many, a refreshing glass

FUNERAL DIRECTORMy As usual these good people were We of cold beer is a pleasant way to essential
seem to have done that because
Many Yearn Experience! Makes Possible for Me t. Render the object of envious glances from ,

EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE the less skillful\ Isaac Walton the very best breweries in the country 1 relaxation I !and helps I combat thetension

MODERATE PRICES [when they displayed a string of have into this and strain of the war job.
come community and
DeWITT C. JONES demand,
Faced with
Starke, FloridaTHELMA'S fought for your trade. It was a good unprecedented! its

_-_ n. _, ..... ...- ..... 'A 'A'_ fair the Atlantic Company has increased
fight, and we are proud that in the '
production to the limit of the capacityof
face 0 f'it Atlantic I Ale and Beer have '
its four breweries without sacrificingquality
PLACE ., for years held their lead over all other .
brands one iota.

DANCING EACH EVENINGTill Sincerely, it's not a question of sell
Now war has come along and the Under
12 O'Clock ing beer or making money.
needs of war have brought all sorts of sell
BEER ON TAP present conditions we can probably

restrictions.! Metal caps '. restricted It's a
CLEAN FUN GOOD FOOD all we can brew and more.

EVERYBODY WELCOME deliveries and whatnot.: You can't get matter of pride with us now, to keep

help-it's gone into the Armed forces own
the faith after our
by looking
2 Blocks N. of Courthouse On Temple Ave.
Operated By Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Lightsey and Son to fight for our way of life. *'ho;e folks":

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