Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 23, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Sale AssistanceFor FarmersThe Council 0. K.'s Licenses Pin Ball LoweredOn GamesAt Bradford Buys Guests Of Honor Jail Project I 1 1 r

Conducteder Farm Truck Transportation Plea For BetterR. the City ,Council meeting
Committee will assist farm Tuesday night the license' on pin $328,618 Bonds Receives
owners to fill out applica- ,

30 tions for Certificates for War R. FacilitiesL. ball machines, games where and no coin merchandise vending

Necessity on Thursday Since 1941Bradford
and Saturday-this week. Friday All Is sold, was reduced from $25 to May EncouragementThe

ap- $15, and the price of license on
County Agent plications should be returned to A. Rennolds
T. presented to penny weighing machines
ODT office at Detroit by Oct. 23.: the City Council County sales of War City jail may be enlargedand
I several meet- Tuesday night vendors and the Uke was Bonds and Stamps' during the
attending Chairman of the Committee for Improved after all-In
a petition signedby reduced from to
Gainesville Jacksonville James I $10 $5. first 17 months of the campaign
Rosier Secretary Ruby M. 169 persons, the shortages and After
Josia,, the State Market- Silcox, and County Agent L. T. Railroad I A request by Larry's Taxi Ser- in Florlda.-J.l.ay 1941 through priorities.
Commission of
Lu. the Experiment Star attended Floridato vice for a permit to operate ad- September 1942-have. reached the considerable discussion of the
a district meeting take
: steps to have the
the|, Extension Service, of committee members at Railroad Seaboard ditional taxis In Starke was re amazing figure of $328.618, according 1 matter at the meeting of the City
make certain!
|ked out what they thinkatlKtactol'y Gainesville on Monday for In-' and enlargements to- jected. to figures compiled by Council Tuesday night Clerk l
of John L. Pahs. Florida
method Admini
i Btructlons in filling out these the local station-notably train The Council cut tiff the monthly Cart Johns telephoned the Jack-
the pecan crop of forms. appropriation of.$2S: to the strator. The State as a whole has
-g sheds! and waiting rooms. This purchased more than $100,000,000worth sonville offices of FHA and WPU
,nd South Georgia. Members of the request was given the County Defense Cornell and, upon
committee will hearty approval of bonds and during and received considerable encouragement -
la of pecans will be held assist the farmers at the Courthouse \, of the Council. request of H. A. Carlton, chief the period-an
week at the various airplane observer for Starke, voted average of ,
i B on Thursday, Friday and However, Gene Connel who $5,883.350 a month.
irkets In the pecan belt, to pay the monthly rental of It seems that it Is possible to
Saturday, and will be at Brooker happened to be
and Friday are the the telephone In the observation "Florida started on Its second! make Improvements to the extent -
day and Lawtey only on Oct. that he
Friday, was well acquainted with hundred million dollars
worth of
reed upon for Bradford 23. post. of ".000 without resorting
irmcrs' Market to handles the General Passenger Agent of War Bonds on October 1, and to permits or priority rating.

for this and several the Seaboard Railway Co., and we are confident that the first Some were of the opinion that all

j counties. Ben' suggested that he might write Soldier Bowls hundred million was the hardest", 1 necessary improvements could be
Sternberg him giving him the Informationset Mr. Fahs aald.Bradford I made for that amount, while
method worked
gh the forth in the petition and I
urg County has again others estimated It would cost

rket ecan grower price for will his be paid crop Now A MajorWord ing taking upon steps him to remedy the necessity the situa of Perfect Score gone tember far over the top. The Sep C'linplaln Carroll Roland, 8. J., twice as much to make adequate
and October '
tform. quota are of SI, Louts, Mo (above) and provision for white and colored

are urged to clean, tlon.It exactly the same-$21.900. And Coach ToOl iieb, of the University men and women.
seemed, wise the Bowling history was made at
to Councilto for
1 grade their pecans and has Just been received the September including War of Florida, (.below) will be Because of the present lack of
adopt his) suggestion which Bowldrome Tuesday, Oct. 13, Bonds and
here Stamps from all
of the over
promotion of facilities the
the varieties separate. In Capt. guest of honor at a military City has been pay-
also met with the when Bill Gerlich of Camp Blan-
approval of the County, postofflce and
the nuts will bring the Ben Sternberg, now serving with the t'onvnunlon-breakfUMt to be held Ing the County an average of $30
Mr. Rennolds. If this ding rolled a perfect score-"the Florida Bank
the 1st Division somewhere in correspon- at Starke taken to- for nt>r>lce men lit the IJSO Club per month to take care of its
i price. dence does not bring results, the first to be chalked up for a ser- gether. $46.643.15 has been
Scotland ;
sentatives of the State to the rank of Major. operated by the NOOM on Sunday women prisoners. "We want to
Bureau will be here on He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. N. matter will then be taken up with declared man'anywhere" since war was Nine $1,000 bonds were sold dur- morning, 0.... 25. Father lloland save thla amount to* the City", H.
the according to H.
Railroad Commission A. the
after ing month.
I Oct. 30, and farmers are Sternberg of Starke and his many Manast. will be guest. relelirntit of the A. Bishop, new Council chairman,
1 bring their pecans tojtet friends here will be proud of his securing the cooperation of the manag The Florida Power and Light Mass. nt 0:80: u. ni. In St. Kilward's said. That lo the reason the

between 9 A. M. and promotion. authorities at Camp Blandlng.Tornadoes The pin-ballphenomenon occurred Co., has accepted the salary allotment {Church after which the noted. Farm Security Administration

Major Sternberg'a interest and In a match between Ger plan In the purchase of football coach will speak| to sea moved to the Courthouse to

training in military work have been Lose lich and Manassa; In which theformer's bondn. The Company as a wholeis \lro own ut the breakfast In theI'SO make. room for the larger jail if

DCROSSPPEAL Intense and his promotion rapid. To G'ville 13-0 'average'.core for the 93 percent "perfect", while the Itecreiitlon! lIali.r and when It was built.
five games was 231 Starke District l is 100
Graduating from B. H. S in 1932, percent, according "We have most of the critical

he spent one year at the Marion Putting up a noble fight, the "Gerlich'a feat was the eighth to H. N. Fairbanks, Jr., materials on hand", Mr. Johns

Military Institute in Alabama, another B. H. S. Tornadoes held a powerful perfect score ever bowled In Florida district manager. said. The proposed addition Is I

at the : .Gainesville eleven to and the fourth bowled In this to be of blocks and
>a "b,. for and .boat"I year Military Train- a scoreless concrete ,
I ..,.. Work !. II........ ing Schoql, Ft. McPherson, Ga., tie until the last half of a state in a competitive game," Mr. Few about all that I I" needed la sufficient -
kr M.lf Member. Manassa Attend
And four years at West Point, I thrilling game played at Bradford material with which to reInforce -
pIe s In Starke have been graduating from there in 1938. Park last Friday night. The and his brother hold the concrete. "We have

rearranging our lives to He is now 28 years old and visitors broke the Ice, however, the world's "twin brother" cham- plenty of old steel wire Iron and

i everyday changes that early demonstrated his taste for with a touchdown resulting from pionship and "he! is* without a Night Clinics s pipe", he nald.Chanced .

(Ion of life forward followedby doubt the best bowler ever to hit .V r < o'SA
Camp Standing military by joining; the local a flashy pass, .Vra ra are, therefore that
ght about that any AC- National Guards at the age of IS. a lateral. They scored againon Starke, Mr. Manassa said. Dr. M. J. Ford, director of the when a Hat of critical materials

AR EFFORT on our part a !long run. Bradford County Health Clinic, needed to complete the jobs I

neglected. Most of our Clinic Explains Biggest thrill of the evening Park Theatre reports that response to the even- sent In to Washington on the

have centered aroundour came when Judy McRae inter Has New Prices Ing clinics being held on Tues- proper blanks that the permitand

[ homes and business Procedure : cepted a pass and ran 50 yards. day nights from 7 to 9 o'clock materials .will be forthcomingto

j handle the sudden In- After Dog Bite .The Tornadoes were unable to A', slight increase In the priceof has been disappointing. Only five do what work Is necessary.

people who descended on In view of the fact that an Instance put the ball over for a score, admission at the Park Theatre treatments have been given since >< ",/"'., <.... to have an adequate city jail.
tuber 1940. It has been the evening clinics ; + 'i"' .,
however. was announced W. were Inaugur- <
of a dog biting someoneIn yesterday by
Ii9 since the sudden In- Starke has been reported the When the Tornadoes meet Ala- N. Carnaslon. manager. Effective ated two weeks ago However, r 3, I E. E. Lee Funeral
pombs descended on Pearl Saturday the following they will continue to be held if r.- I
Bradford County Health Clinic chua tonight (Friday) the line-up scale :
pn December 7 1942. Wed the public demand Held SundayThe
yesterday issued the following will be the same as last week which Includes tax, will be observed justifies, Dr I ."
now to Ford stated. .
accustom bulletin: except that Herbert Green will : /.,' '' j, :'" '"... ..
I to the housing "" -> < .W" .. .J many friends of Ernest
situation be out of his usual position as Children ISc; School Students, Mrs Madeline Masters, of Jacksonville : z,
nous situation, the soldier 12 18. 25c is the clinic /. jjjhl'" .s. ;',.<,' .%, ",,'< h;! Eugene Lee of the East Starke
Uli.it To Do In Case Of Dug Bit fullback because of an Injured age to (except Sun- new nurse .""" .t..tCi'i'iHEAl : ,, ".
[ street SUPPOII8'for! awe 1. Have a Doctor "treat the leg. days) ; Adults (matinee) 35c with the Bradford County Health section of the County were greatly -

accustom ourselves to wound. (evenings) 40c; Men and WomenIn Unit, who Is filling the place left ) Cot'lc4 ToM.Ci B !shocked Saturday October 17,

t that our country Is att 2. Confine the dog securely and City Taxes uniform, all times 35c; Mid vacant when Mrs. George Iumanwent to learn of his death which came
every hour of our time night Shows to all, 40c. to Richmond Va., to take a
any ACTIVE WAR EF- have it watched closely for 14 Due November 1 Woman suddenly as the result of a cer-
Mr. Carnaslon stated that the special course In public health KilledIn
the is mad has
'11 count days-If dog ( while attend-
towards victory, price increase was made necessary nursing. When Mrs. Inman returns brul hemorrhage
t those soldiers on theist Rabies) It will show up in this City taxes will be due Novem- by increased taxes, Increased she Will be a public health Auto AccidentMrs. ing the Black Creek Baptist Association -
be backed with length of time. ber 1, City Clerk Carl Johns stat field
up overhead and the Increased cost nurse. Macedonia
Mamie McIntosh I at Church near
effort or their sacrifice 3.. Notify your local HealthUnit ed Tuesday. "Four percent discount of film.Navy. Miss Louise Kincaid consultant 43, of

for nothing. They, those -319 North Church Streetor will be allowed if they are field nurse with the State Boardof Starke, was killed and three other Marietta.

In our midst are sacrlen phone 74)) They will help you. -paid In November".. he said. "and Health with- t->....-it nn--..-.... in persons Injured Saturday night in "Gene" Lee, as he was i commonly
unto their lives'. THE 4. If the dog is definitely mad decrease 1 percent each month- Day_Program Jacksonville: has been; assisting the collision of two automobileson known to his friends, wasa

AX RED CROSS CHAP- .. (Rabid), it should be killed by 3 percent in December, 2 percentIn At Rotary. Club Dr. Malcolm J.. Ford, Director Road 48 between here good citizen, always ready to
STARKE IS ASKING cutting the animal's throat or January". etc. They will be here for the past ten days aid a neighbor In need and take
[HAT YOU SACRIFICE shooting in the heart-DO NOT delinquent after April 1. .Tuesday, Oct. 27. Is Navy Day Camp Blandlng. State Road his part In any movement for the

..fE.e i SHOOT THE DOG IN THE The mlllage has been reduced 2 and the Rotary Club was favoredat W. C. T. U. Meeting Patrolman Charles Ingram said betterment of the community. He

ladles of Starke cannot HEAD.E. mills on the 1942 tax roll, he Its meeting Wednesday by hav- that Mrs. Me In tosh's husband, lived a Christian life, having accepted -

Bras, but we can back up & If the dog dies while under said, which makes 8 mills on ing as guest speaker Ensign J. E. A pre-State convention meeting Glenn McIntosh, and Keith Hugh. Christ and joined the Mis

'. husbands,' and brothers observation, or Is killed, the head homestead and 15 mills on non- Saunders. assistant officer i In of the local W. C. T. U. will be Elliott, of Starke slonary Baptist Church many
Victor Hugo once said should be cut off packed in Ice, exempt property. charge of Navy Recruiting in the held this afternoon at 3 o'clockIn driver of the years ago and wall In the serviceof
Jacksonville the second machine, were uninjured.The his Saviour and his Church
MERICAN RED CROSS and carried Immediately to your City licenses also were due'Oct. territory. mission room of the Gospel
>ve armed humanity". In Health Unit. I, and should be taken care of as October 27 Is also the birthdayof Tabernacle. Members are expected Injured, according to Mr when fatally stricken.Mr. .

1 this arming of humanity soon as possible' he said. "Teddy" Roosevelt and Is "the and friends of the temperance I Ingram, were Glenn McIntosh, Lee. a life-long resident of
6. Have Pasteur treatment administered
offering you a definite day dedicated to the civilian' ex- cause are cordially Invited to at- Jr., 13, lacerations of the face; this county, Is survived by his

WAR EFFORT to the person bitten Beulah Lee KingMiss pression of tribute to his Navy". tend. The State convention will John J.' King, 45, lacerations of widow, Mrs. Lizzie Lee, two sons
ft member, namely without delay, If the dog's symp- Ensign Saunders reviewed the be held at Gainesville in the First the face and broken ribs; and -E. Z. Lee and Maurice Lee-
of the toms at the time of biting suggest Beulah Lee 23 died brilliant that the has Methodist church Rudolph and two Mr.
PAN RED CROSS STAFF King, part Navy Oct. 27-29. The Scogglns, 17, lacerationsof daughters. Gladys
NTS CORPS.: This work rabies. at her home near Lawtey o n played In the history of our Georgia state president will be the head. Young McIntosh was Collins and Miss Maxine Lee. all

require a ten hour lec- Tuesday, Oct. 13, and funeral services great country and emphasized the the guest speaker for the meet riding with his parents, and King of Starke; thrae step-children

ne, Plus any ability Thanksgiving ServiceAt were held at the grave in fact that it Is "our.first line of ing.Ltuotey. and Scogglns: civilian employes at Ralph Gainey and Harvey Gainey

'e 'In typing you Evergreen Cemetery near Ralford. defense". Camp Blandlng, were riding with of Starke and Mrs. Mae Prevatt

'<*I, office practice bookkeeping, the monthly meeting of the She was a lifelong resident of "'The Navy bas been .'In there Baptist Elliott. Ray. Drlskell. 13, also of Jacksonville; his mother Mrs.

Therefore or It busiMtlce. is- Starke Ministerial Alliance, announcement -I Bradford County and a memberof fighting' since the cowardly attack -! riding In the McIntosh car, escaped Cynthia Lee. of Stark; three

sly desirable for the was made of plans the Baptist Church. Survivors by Japan on December 7, Sunday, Oct. 25--Sunday School Injury. brothers R. L. Lee and T. T. Lee.

fir) or high school for the annual Thanksgiving services include two sisters Mrs. Pearl I and it will stick to Its gun until 10 A. M. Monthly offering for of Starke, and H. L. Lee. of

wrclal girl to be held this year at the Campbell and ,MIss Jessie. Mae' the war is won," the speaker Children's H o m e at Arcadia. More Smalillouses Tampa; two sisters, Mrs. J. J.
e very courses.able] I tis 1 First Methodist Church, with the King Lawtey; and three brothers stated. "In this war, as In all Morning Worship 11 A. M., subject Silcox and Mrs. W. L. Silcox of

rothy Epperson direction of Rev. Fred Yerkes of St.' Mark's Floyd and Roy King, Lawtey and I i past conflicts the motto of the "Servants a n.d Masters". Sometime. ago J'', W. Andrews Btarke' ; nine step-grand children

l ctpd< at her home, who may Episcopal church as tha speaker. Travis King. U. S. Army. Navy is still those immortalwordsDon't Young People's Service 7 p, M., purchased from W, A.- Bessent, Jr. .and a host of other relative and. .
phone The services will be held at 8:30: friends
give up the ship! continuing study In Bible proph-
through Mr. Junlus an acre of land a mile outside ofStarke'
'hone 140-J A. M., thus allowing time for American LegionThe Ensign Saunders concluded.The ecy. Evening Evangelistic Ser- Funeral services were conducted -
I those who are going short distances vice 8 eastern limit on Road
P. M.
uUea speaker was introduced to Wednesday Prayer Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clockat
pa is of the Staff Assist- I to have dinner with friendsor Jones-Langford-Whlt Post the Rotarians by H. N. Fairbanks Meeting 8 P. M.-Forbes E. Fuller .261 for $250. He had R. E. Phillips Klngsley Lake Baptist Church

1 upon varied. They may I to prepare the festive bird. of the American Legion will meetIn program chairman. pastor. 1 of Lake City, to erect four with the Rev. L. A. Donnelly

during to fill any number Thanksgiving this year falls on Its "hut" Tuesday night Oct. i 2-room-and-bath ready-cut houseson assisted by Rev. J. E. Cloer. of-

a Staff an emeryency. the "old day", the last ThursdayIn 27 at 8 o'clock. H. A. Carlton A Correction Lunch Room ReopensMr. the property, at an expenditure ficiating. 1nt.rment was in

Assistant might November, the 26th. I adjutant, urges all members In of approximately $425 each. Kingsley Lake cemetery.

der upon to act with your I Starke and all over Bradford In tts article regarding FICA ., and Mrs. Owen Vaughan, Owing to difficulty In securing Pallbearers Elam
of were Lewis
**ed.>< You Civilian Defense Permit For TractorThe I County to make a special effortto house at Klngsley Lake In last proprietor of Vaughan's Castle critical materials, he has not yet Ira Wilson. E I redge Gllssoa.
> may help 10Illes attend this meeting. Those week's issue the Telegraph madea lunch near the Courthouse on Installed lights or any of the Earl
Goodman S. E.
be "separated' and lost. first and only application who have not yet paid their 1943 typographical'terror in stating I Temple Avenue returned October needed facilities but has already A. J. Thomas. Arrangements Sparks were

assigned' to duty with filed to date with the Farm dues are urged to do so at once. that the 3-bedroom houses would I 14 from Pontiac Mich., where. rented all four bourns and peo In of
Ulance charge Key-McCabe. Jack-
aft Corps, your work Machlninery Rationing Committeewas rent for 33.99.while the 2-bed- they have been operating the ple are living In them. sonville. .

rraDJzation Assistant I. so vital received this week and was 3JS69 Licenses Sold room houses would rent for $34.- Vaughan bathing beach abut "If I can't secure these facili

ense of both CM- for a new Farm-All tractor purchased 00. 'It should have been $39.09 May 14. Upon their return to ties", said Mr. Andrews Tuesday. )

be and Red Cross that by J. V. Howard. Jr.. of According to Information received Instead of 3399. Starke they brought Mr. Vau "I am going to give back part Double flog Foot

organized at once be-- .Brooker. The permit was granted. from the office of County ghan's mother Mrs. J. P, Lyons of the $30 per month rent they H. T. Bennett Lawtey farmer,

volunteer ** with their Under 'Government regulation Judge E. K. Ferryman., a total Girl Scout Week who operates the Massachusetts are paying me for the houses". was in Starke Thursday morning

trained Staff Assistants tractors, disc: harrows, and most of 3,669 drivers' licenses of all tourist court near Raleigh N. C. exhibiting; a freak of nature. He

InqUiry 1 to handle *" other heavy machines must be rationed kinds have been Issued to date; Next week will be "Girl Scout They re-opened Vaughan's Recent Births butchered a 150-pound shote

kages and Prisoner of Those desiring to purchase 151 have been Issued since October Week" In Starke, according to Castle Lunch last Saturday. "We Wednesday and discovered that

not such machines should file 1.Th.y. Mrs. Lemuel Colson leader. She want to thank the police officers", Mr. and Mrs. Anthony G. Herd, the animal had two feet on Its

too much to suppose application before Oct. 31 with are classified as follows: hopes to have a different exhibitIn they said upon their return to Starke, Oct. 16, boy; left front leg. Although he had k

at that our boys are 'over the Chairman of the Committee, 3,032 operator's license; 60O some store window every day Starke, "for taking such good Mr. and Mrs. Gadsden William tended the hog since its birth he

untied some of them will be James Rosier or with the Secre- chauffeur's license; and 137 Junior next week, telling Just 'what the care of things while we were Wllkerson, Raiford, Oct. 18, girl had not noticed the deformityuntil

On page eight) tary, L. T. Dyer County Agent. operator's license. Girt Scouts are doing in Starke. away." Bobble Jean it was killed


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Pvt. G. W. Hicks, at Camp N. Kendrick lot 16 of Block 2 Radio Shop letter written
little items. The big junk pilesup OctOber
overlook Oct.
R. N. Dowling's la.
The Bradford County Telegraph lit- ding. Now 'Mayes' Again "There. Will Oe
faster, but Uncle Sam also needs the Mrs. C. M, Dennison has : I of the ( rep

Established 1877 tle things like old bicycle chains, kitchen turned from & week's visit W. H. Harrell and wife, Annie I The Mayes Radio Service which County Farm'tion

AAHABER.NAiraNALEDriORIALASSOau knives and ball bearings. These are valuable her daughter, Mrs. Jessie to J. C. Harrell, 10 acres, I was established In Starke several at Starke committee al the Co 4.
Sparkman of Gainesville. 14; years ago has taken its name on Oct 22
vital metals suchas
,oR1MPRESSASSOcIA11ON because they contain Wllliard and Alvin Wynn J. C. Harrell and wife Zuleana back after operating In the name at the City Hall ,,, B 23. 21

/ a chromium, manganese and nickle. Monday night to Join the 10V.. H. Harrell 10 of Ward's Radio' Service for several Lawtey on Friday

10.... 1t. No matter how much scrap you have Guard. Oct. U.BOA months. After James Mayes help you fill out the
L. Matthews ________ EdItor and Owner Mr. and Mrs. One Wiggins went to England as a radio technician the this appl
already contributed, there is always a little Starke and Mr, and Mrs. TDIIAIN with the Royal CanadianAir letter stated

1 SUBSCRIPTION KATIE more that can be unearthed. Get together Wiggins of the State Farm By Mrs. Z. 2. Griffin Force several months ago, his blanks to the commttle.

4 Yearly $1.78; 1'1. Month. 1.00 ._ --- these odds and ends this week-end and make visiting their parents, Mr. mother, Mrs.. Lois Mayes, sold the of these days They| \ III
( Sunday Mrs\ Ida Chase la visiting'! her any will
Mrs. H. B. Wiggins place to W. M. Ward. questions you
foblished Weekly on F.I4ayeI Entered M See- those scrap piles flourish. ernoon. ( ", Mrs. Ollle Rlgdon, and Within the last year five men This is one of the have".

Ofv) Class Matter at the Post Office at Stark, Fla. relatives in Jacksonville. the
out of that one small radio shop Government bal T!
Deeds FiledTax Miss Opal Morrell was in It'
Deferment For Farmers everybody to
have gone out into the armed help win
Monday on
This is
Young Men FavoredAmerica's Farmers who lose sleep at night thinking deed-tax certificate R. J. and Mrs. Claud Batten of forces as radio men. Including the: the tires the and Job truck of b.lplnr

finest youngsters, 18 and 19 about their current labor troubles will 17-State SK Quarter of Florida of to SW were visiting Mr. and two managers, Mr. Mayes and Mr. have\ because !it's goingrq
Sidney Griffis Sunday. Ward. For a few weeks after long time
3 years old, are truly Uncle Sam's favorite be glad to know that key men in the agri- ectlon 12. Twp. 6 S. R 20 Andy Morrell is spending the Mr. Ward went away. Mrs. Ward: new befon YOu eaa

r white-haired boys these days and are being cultural set-up can be deferred from call to 40 acres $37.20 Oct. 5; here with his daughters, endeavored to run the business! ; I going oneThe to make Cove

' State of Florida to Lester W. E. Green, Miss Opal but the last radio repair man she trucks sure no
offered opportunities in all branches of the military duty through selective service if are
' and L. J. Wynn, SW Quarter and Mrs. Margaret Blow.A had-"-a colored man-has gone to out Ib
armed services that are not given to any they cannot be replaced.A NW Quarter Sec. 30 Twp. 7 large crowd from this sec St. Augustine to train colored unnecessary useMethodist

other age group. They have the right to bulletin telling how to go about seek- R. 22 E., 40 acres, $3981, attended the funeral of E. radio operators for Uncle Sam's

1 enlist now and select one of the thirteen ing deferments of men needed to keep Florida's 5; Lee of Bethel Sunday.C. Army. Church
State of Florida to F. M. A. Grlffis and Zenas Grlf- Services at I
branches of service that the the
l different Army Churl
agricultural production at par has been ham, lots 19, 20. 29 & 30 : were in Gainesville Monday Truck Owners Sunday will be an follow, ,
offers. issued by the State Defense Council Divi- Woodlawn Sec. 16, Twp. 5, : business. Church School 10 :
A. v.
'' Another advantage offered those who sion of Agriculture "in view of the importance Range 22 E., 40 acres $85, Must Have Proof Morning Worship 11 ov

can qualify is the opportunity, after they of food production necessary during 5; and'T. WOODLAWN Of Necessity Sermon Subject "A Chi T

have had basic training, to apply for Officer effort"Employers B. B. Sanders, of I.owndes By Alice Closer Keep We Have
this 'all-out'
war Ga.,'and Ora E. Sanders his All truck owners In Bradford Youth Fellowship Met!!!
tt Candidate School. of key men in agriculture to Cliff Austin Kelley and Lenzy Crews who Is employed County are required to obtain a P. M. *

t Army officials state that "Young should the to the local selective wife; Flora Alice Kelley, of Jacksonville, spent the week "Certificate of War Necessity"In I' Evening Worship 8.00 0,
present case
and order to drive truck after
with his parents, Mr. a Subject: "As a Man
Americans 18 and 19 of age represent ford Co., Oct. 12; Think
service board and if there is a U. S. Em- Federal Land Bank of Graham Ciews.Mr. November 15, James Rosier, chairman Prayer Service each WK

prime recruits who can relieve the strainof ployment Service office in the area, inquiry S. C., a corporation created, \ and Mrs. V, B. Johns, and of the Brad ford County day at 8:00: P M.

inducting men with dependents and skilled should be made there to determine whetheror ganized and existing under spent the week-end with USDA Board, stated in a general A cordial welcome to ill.

workers who are necessary on the home be by virtue of the Act of son-in-law and daughter, ill allr.gltot.
not the man in question can replaced."If
'. and Mrs. I. B. Thompson.
of the U. S. of America
front". Anyone who knows the courage of he cannot be replaced, then he is cer- "The Federal Farm Loan Miss Myrtle Johns of Jackson- DOUBLE ROOMS $5 WEE

average young Americans cannot doubt that tainly indispensable to his industry," the pal'ly'of the first part, to O. spent the week-end with

they will answer the challenge. Jordan and wife, Carrie F. Bernice Denmark. AMERICAN RESTAURANT
y bulletin states.If & CABIN
Rosier of Jackson-
dan of Lake Butler, parties Miss Irene .
rejected by the local board, the case the second part, 170 acres $ spent the week-end with her Adjacent To Camp Blanding
Needed Also
Little Things
may then be taken to the appeal board and Oct. 12; Miss Mary Lou Rosier

lip Florida's Junior Salvage Army, 400,000 from there, if necessary, to General Vivian W. A.' Bessent,J.Jr.W., and Jets S<'tlKI: >lLK
Bessent, to
Mary ,..
8ao P. M. -
strong, will wind up the greatest all-out Collins, state selective service director. If Jr., 1 acre, near city limits 4:21: A. M. I'vill": only QUICK SERVICE

," scrap metal drive In history this Saturday. the General is convinced that the key man Road 261, Oct. 14; 1:03:: A.1'. M.M lOtO Not: P.by M.Ocala- SHOE WHILE YOU WAIT

Bradford County schools' have cooperated in is an essential or critical employe and is *Packham.F. M. Packham of. Duval and Co., to I 220 2.411::; ..... M.M. n.'b..u..d 400 A. M

but there is still will ask deferment throughthe 260:; P. M. 7:20: A. 1\1. All Work Guaranteed
an inspiring manner, plentyof irreplacable, he A. Hayes, 20 acres Oct. 14; Ug: Y. M. 6:20: I'. M: .,

room for more junk on the three larges President.It J. T. Quigley and his ::: 1.M.: '. FT:20St: A.. Augustin M. REPAIRING Only Highest Quality

piles just south of B. H. S. Citizens of is essential that soldiers, as well as Minnie Wynn Quigley to J. .... 8:15: .... M.
Quigley, and Minnie Wynn 86: A. M. For Palatka Leather Used
Starke asked to help out by throwing : ,6t. -
are civilians, have plenty of good wholesomefood ley, as trustees of the vi1'ie'only w..t"o.nd.

all possible scrap iron and rubber on these during wartime and a sufficient num- mental Gospel Tabernacle, t.5: A.... M.M. 8'30 1:10: A.A. 6r M., BROWNSTEEN'SSHOE

piles sometime during the week-end. ber of our farmers must remain at home and 8 of block 22 of the Not: by I'villa Tally. Special J
town of Starke, Oct. 9; SU: P. M. 10:40: A. M. REPAIR
In making your final check-up, don't to supply the demand. S. E. Ritch and his wife, 11:26 O'ville: P. M.only- 7:10 8:30:: P.P. M.M. Across From Pcwtoftlt

L. Ritch to Martha Kendrick 7:51: p. M. Tally. Special

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fly E. K. Uouvl..rOI&u.A.JIOLMES CLUB ANNIVERSARYThe : Church met at the home of i

it tenth "anniversary of the Mrs. Mary Norwood Tuesday aft 1 t tr
ernoon at o'clock. Mrs. Gerald
Mr and Mrs. Marvin R. Holmes Community Club was observed r '
Adkins was In Charge of the pro
announce the marriage of their Tuesday, Oct. 13, with a delight. gram, following which a brief

daughter. Elizabeth Joan Webb ful meeting in the club house. business session was held with : I
to JoHeph Paul Glbala, U.i S.
After a brief business session, the the president. Mra. Fred Eiland,
Army on Saturday, October 10
officers installed and presiding. For refreshments the r2'
Pa. new were
In McKeesport Immediately
hostess served delicious Ice
after the ceremony the. newlyweds the new president Mrs. O. L. cream
and cake. NATURALLYwe
left for a honeymoon at Partney, announced the chairmenof
Falla. Mrs. J.: W. Prlcster and Miss
Niagara the various committees as follows -
Lyda Priester o f Lake Butler i!
NEW ARRIVAL : Program. Mrs. L. F. Chap spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.

Mr, and Mra. E. A. Bradshaware man; Social, Mrs. J. M.' Hembree; Gerald Adklna. .
Finance, Mrs. P. D. Fancber
receiving congratulations on ; Mrs. George Saxon of Oakland ,
the arrival of a daughter at the Civic, Mra. T. M. Connors; House,
is soninlawand

Alachua County, Thursday Hospital Oct. 15 I The inGalneavtle Mrs.Mrs. W.H. N.M.North Rlcharde; Sewing.; Flower Mrs.L. ., Eugene daughter Blrt.visiting, Mr and Mrs. kept faith with the South l

little lady has been named Sarah A. Wiggins; Welfare Mrs. L. .
Miss Lou Plckren of
Virginia I
Ann. A Shepherd; Membership Mrs.J. Ii,
and .Mr. and Mrs.
W. Ritch; Parliamentarian. Jacksonville i,
Mrs. M. E. Griner was called Mrs. A. M. Rlcharde. Seeber Goodman of Starke were ),
Tuesday to the bedside of her visiting Mrs.. J. J. Plckren last 'j
Mrs R. H. Cox presented the
slater-ln-law, Mrs. M. J. Relnau, week-end. t t
new and retiring presidents with Southerners in the middle of the the
are of Have enlisted in
at Apopka. Mis. Relnau has Mr. and Mrs. R. A. King have many our men \
beautiful and carnation
rose cor '
visited here often and we regretto moved to Jacksonville. '' '' fight all the fronts of the world.
on the
hear of her serious illness. sages. Army, Navy and Marines, we at
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Wheetus

Mr. and Mrs., H. H. Tyus and 'quantities The club of room red was and lovely pink roses with visited relatives at Perry and 1 1: Wherever our Armed forces go' into same time must produce'mpre because

daughter, Imogene, of Chatta- Foley recently.
red dahlias and pink zinnias used w
hoocbee visited Mr. and Mrs. H. action,our boys are hanging records have
up of former
K. several last week. In decorating. At a prettily appointed W. C. Crosby, the efficient clerkat many our competitors
Tyus days
table Mrs. R. H. Cox Saxon's Store, has gone backto
Miss Marie Clemenzl of Ft. that make us all mighty proud of them. abandoned this market and are now
I poured coffee and Mrs. J. A. City to enter the Army.
Pierce weekend at
was a guest
the home of Mrs. J. A. Uouvler. birthday Bouvier cake.served the dell c lous Eugene Tuesday Chason to went enlist to In Gainesville the And here at home too, Southern men devoting all their efforts to serving their.

Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Turner of ,
GalneavUle and T. L. Randall of Ten charter members were Coast Guard. and women are carrying on with the own home communities-and we must
Hampton teachers and pupils
Jacksonville were guests of Mr. present.
have been In the ( same kind of and
and Mm. J. O. Randall over the scrap by gather- courage staminafill in the gap.
LEONARD FIELDING: CHAP Ing scrap to whip the' Japs. The

week-end. MAN IIIMajor proceeds from sale of the junk in defense work,in the shipyards In pledging ourselves to make every:
an airplanetrip and Mrs. L. F.
Chapman will be used to buy curtains for
to Atlanta Ga., John A. Jr., announce the arrival of a the school auditorium. and in building morale. effort humanly possible to insure our
Bouvier, Jr., of Miami stoppedover '
son, Leonard Fielding: Chapman
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Willis-
for a brief visit with his 9 i iWe in the Atlantic Company brew- avoidable
III. on October at the Marine ton were visiting Mrs. Carrie customers and trade against any
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Base Hospital Quantico, Va.
Bouvier, Wednesday of last week. and Kalch Helen Saturday.Kalch Mrs Conrad ers of Good Old Atlantic Ale and Beer, shortage of Good Old Atlantic Ale
spent Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. W: E. Feagle

'visited Mrs. Feagles' mother, Mrs. Miss Peggy Caldwell was the afternoon Mr. and at Mra.the R.State L. Brown Farm.-and. i are proud to be numbered among those and Beer, we are, in our own way,
Edwards. In Callahan over the honor guest at a birthday supper
week-end. Wednesday night, Oct. 14. The family moved Into C. L. May's Southern institutions who are fighting simply doing our bit in the'country'*
new cottage week.

/ and Mrw..Emory Mrs. A. G.Dean Yongue and of son.Gainesville Billy-, Tyus guests and at this Stubbing enjoyable families affair.were Dennis Parker left Tuesday to the production problems created by war effort, for we recognize that in the
join the Coast Guard.
were guests of Mrs. J. G. Corp. Geo. Johnson was the Miss Madge Gay of Jackson. i :war conditions 24 hours a day. strain and tension of the wartime job,
t Monday. guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dud- vale visited her parents. Mr. and .1

Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.were L.overnight M. Bristol guestsof of ley Wednesday. Mrs. O. D. Gay, over the week HI7 Faced with shortages of metal for there is a real and vital need for the

Corp. Joseph S. Walker, who
L. R. Bristol Thursday of last. end.Mr. Mrs. bottle caps,restrictions on deliveries to the
week.. I has been spending a ten day furlough and Frank Williams healthy relaxation which comes at
with his parents, Mr. and were week-end guests 0 f their ; 1x 5
Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Flowers and' Mrs. J. S. Walk, returned to Ft. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wil- conserve vital rubber and gasoline, end of the day from a refreshing glass

J. H. Edwards of Gainesville were Banning Monday.Mr. llama and Mr. and :Mrs. D. W. shortage of
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and and Mrs. Harry Abel of Johnson. man power because so of cold .Ale or Beer.
Mrs. J. L. Williams. Mrs. Lauree q jw
Macon Ga., who have been visit I Hall head of the
Mrs., L. F. Chapman left Thursday ing Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall blue side entertained the red aide

; .to make the acquaintance of for several days returned to their of the Woman's Council with acovertddlab r
her grandson at Quantico Va. home Monday. dinner Friday. '
Joe Allen Lander and Buddy Miss Gloria Waldon of Lake t: 1 1 n
Miss Betty McRae of Mcintosh:
Davis of the U. of F., were week- City spent the week-end with Mr.
has come to reside with her
end guests of their respective and Mra. Lynn Hall.
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. IC
parents. Mrs. Mary Lee Vining. who has .
Bouvier. and haa acepted a position -
Mrs. Vance Geiger and son at Camp Blanding. been spending some time with W .
Bradley, of Jacksonville spent her sister, Mrs. Frank Williams
several days th. last of the week Mrs. A. U. Richards left last has returned to her home. ,

with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. week for an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs., H. B. Wiggins I

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dudley and her son and daughter-in-law Mr. had as their week-end guests Mrs. "

:Krs.: Eva Markham visited at and Mrs. William Rlcharde, In Wiggins' sister Mrs. Mat tIe I GLEN

Grand Ridge Saturday and Sun Detroit. Mich.B. Thompson of Macclenny and Mr. HD E'ER

Hershfleld returned recently and Mrs. Robert McCormick of

day.Sgt.. Edwin Malone of McDIU from a two weeks' visit with his Jacksonville. ,

Field visited his parent. Mr, and children in New York City and )[ra. Carrie Kalch and daughters ., Aduoto 0.8-.. A_...
MrJ. W. E. Malone, several days his son Pvt. Sidney Hershfleld Helen and Juanita, spent 1W !, >yr'| !'!!' "' .I.I.''llllt fljlWMMI11)11)') ''lU&LMMiJfcSMiniMnSiiriMniiiiii M.kR. .Ott.w _.._ ,
last week. at Camp Gordan, Ga. Sunday afternoon with Her son. !A"0'; '--: : >" h'j0: .> '." .#(J.'int,
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S t 25 Baldwin 0 Starke 19 IF YOU'D LIKE 1 TO HAVE A FREE
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Oct. 2 Green Cove 0 Starke 0 "';)

Oct. 9 .Lake City 24 Starke - - 0 i THIS SEASON, ALI. YOU HAVE TO DO

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Jerrv's Schlitz Old Milwaukee Beer Kidd's Sinclair Service
Foot Long Hot Dogs .
Park Theatre Bradford Engineering Co.

Sistnmk's Feed & Seed Store'. 'J.. M. Edwards
", Canova Pharmacy
Starke I Ice Company
City Barber Shop :
.' Harold C. Wall Agency ,
,,.." Blanding Center Bowling Alley
;" All Forms of Insurance
The Guidon Grill M' lt 'i\s Organize A Bowling LeagueCARPENTER'S
" Lady Fair Beauty Salon "J.' ''
Starke Beauty t Shoppe < ;.. r: '
Denmark Furniture Co. ): \. The Rex a II Store

Torode,Chevrolet Co. Florida &Ritz Theatres
Florida Bank At Starke ,.

Leila's Dress Shop & Beauty Salon .," Member F. D. I. C. ,.j Electric Shoe Shop
; Across From Park Theatre
: : Eastern Auto Supply <: ,,
Tic Toe TapPeterson's / : : 4:' ,.
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Bark sdale Store .
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K. G. Duncan <.+. < c ;
DairvH. Standard Oil Products ': Union Bus Station .
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.E. TuckerSinclair .';',"'.:"../'),. ",..ti.'I..,.,",;{.1','.-. S. R. Johns & Son ;'. "..',.:;'.,'f'i"; .For Information Phone 147 '.'V-'1*'
Products '"".: )11 t: :';;: ;:j Mickey's Cafeteria
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"' ..;:.;. .. ;\ J. P. Roberts Motors t :.' -'
Andrews Motor Company :''.. .... ,(,: ,"h: .'. Koch's Drug Store
Sam Rosenberg! & Son ".;: '
GrillStarkeBlanding .., : J. M.Alvarez
Paramount :;:
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A. HartmanMathews ,,
Maw : 'L. '..' : '' Established 1894
Prince Model Dairy Bradford Hardware Company ,

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hassee Ros Williams in town was quits a discussion before the

1 SOCIETY and CLUBSMrs. I Baptist Circles Sunday Never stays long foursome left, Bob declarln' thathe'd nSSl1man him Up!
Christmas Boxes IMaj" !
Plan enuff these days even to say absolutely refuse to bunk an
For Service Men hello to friends Mary Lee with Jim Godwin on account of Congrab. J
I Silvernall lookln' nifty no end fearful nocturnal noises(snores,
:: Wilson Re-Elected Mrs. Arthur Hall Anne Manaswa I Circle No. 1 of the Baptist with her brand new curls to you) Seems it wall just joined the Dr Nalrol m Po-

President Of W. S. O. Hostess' At SupperMrs. Celebrates Birthday W. M. S. met Monday afternoon Could be readyin for a trip to another case of the pot callln' nowwedJln ranks of bent4III \
at the home of the leader, Mrs Fort Knox, you reckon' Al the kettle black At least, enjoYln' a (
The Women's Service Organization Arthur Hall was hostess Mrs. A. S. Manassa entertained L. O. Powell who conducted the Manassa punch in' the clock at accordln' to Herbert's telegram the ,,'Ip liana delft

auxiliary of the USO met to a number of friends and rel- Monday afternoon, in honor of her devotional with prayer by Mrs Blanding P. O. these days . Understand Ethel Sewellreallzt"d but next r hope c ,
Thursday night of last small daughter Anne, who cele- membersand wonder what *',
in the USO atives on Nine
morning woman'
Wednesday A. B. LJghtfoot. an' Vilma Dew every ambition
Joan Carpenter
E of her brated her sixth birthday at that vice think
Club No. 1 for the of week at a supper In honor visitors were present. all when they'
purpose two put tin' some of u<9 Idle adults to of peekJn' Into the nooks of
electing officers, and a brief husband who leaves soon for ser time. This was the last time that shame by knitting up a breeze at the Governor's mansion on her Telegraphs, 3eh ail II'
of the work accomplished vice with the Seabees! of the U. Tables were arranged on the I Canova meets with what a strllgRle 1IY '.
sketch A.
Mrs. L. the Red Cross room Plane trip to Tallahassee las' week It II to
during the year was given. S. Navy. lawn, where the children played the Circle as she takes charge Spotters Ruby Silcox an' Mae Seems the Hollands) are old body to do anything i on It
Supper was served buffet style games, and there wan a large of. Circle No., 4, recently front III.
The following office were immediately Parker (among others) wearln'those tl'leDdback from the days they Fr:1I: !
out on the lawn from a large birthday cake, surrounded by for the benefit Ing 10 close
Frank E. t h
elected: President, Mrs. organized snazzy new arm bands all dwelled in Bartow together
Wilson: Vice President, Mrs. J. table that was centered with. an coral vine and ferns. Party favors of business women and which will awarded to observers who've put Aside to Miss X: The editor Let.s Tower during the nigh'

nF W Kincaid; Recording Secretary, arrangement of fall flowers.Those this were Hallowe'en baskets filled meet In the evening. in 25 hours at the tower likes your suggestions Why join the hope OUr fIghting

Mrs. W. B. Mundy: Corresponding invited and to enjoy Mrs. Hall with assorted candles. Plans were,.completed for 20 Walter King biddin Call Street not drop by and discuss 'em with on day.only UOlon,

' Secretary Mrs. Fred Guy; Treasurer event with Mr. W. G. Haile, Those enjoying this event with Christmas boxes which will be farewell an' off to make the him at greater length some time? second thought mt)
Mrs snap
J Mrs. K. G. Duncan. were Mr. Mr. the young honoree were: Sandra sent to service men oversea" from Marine Corps Jus' that much better for oulta our cOIIIa It t
r :I, The following committee chair- Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Martin, and Tarratus, Dotty Sue Biggs, Billy the church, and arrangementswere a couple of weeks, .
Edwards '
s men were appointed: Program, and Mrs. Merrill Doyle Gayle Rowe. Patsy Dew, made for Charles Mooney Hear Arch Thomas, Jr. has Us right, RaYI )'Our

; Mrs. O. L. Beasley; Attendance, children Jerome and Mary Lou and, Norman Canova Jimmy Rowe, one of the R. A. boys, to attend Tire an* gas conservation reached moved his effects from the U. of UP)

f \ '. Mrs. A. Z. Adklns; Finance, Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Lloyd and Dyal Lavern, Emma Jane Canova and Sarah the conclave at Stetson University a new high tother day when F. dorms to the Sigma Chi -.(

I R. A. Green: Membership, Mrs. children, Jacquelin and Mrs. Anne Tervln. In Deland. Five more' boys Piney an' Marian Brown, Dot an' house See Jerry Moore mak-
and l Mr.
of Brooker
i\ E. K. Perryman; Constitution, Mrs. Manassa was assisted In I plan to make the trip, with Mrs.C. Mary Sue Epperson, Scootie an' In' his collection rounds on a
'"" Mrs. W. B. Sewell; Hoxtem' Mrs.J. Cliff Kelly of serving and entertaining the G. Priest serving as chaperone Gail Duke, Joan Carpenter, Martha Victory bike these days Hats MIDNIGHTSunday S.\TtRD

W.Brownlee, and Mra. Kincaid; guests by Mrs. Franklin Tervin, Wood an' Dot Johns (nine- off to a very likeable young :
I Publicity, Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Miss!' Dorothy Creen Mrs. Tom Grady, Mrs. A. C. At the ,close of the meeting, count 'em) piled in one car for a matron: Mrs. Bralnard Harvey, Monday, Oct.

All ladles of Starke and vicinityare Becomes Bride Manassa. Mrs. P. M. Manama, refreshments were served by the trip tp Jax'ville Scootie says Jr. Resides in the Herlong

urged to become members or Of Sergeant ReeseIn and Mr''. H. A. Manassa. hostess assisted by Mrs. R. A. the ones on bottom haven't got- apartments an' possesses one of

volunteer their services at the Gabag n. ten all the kinks out yet! '. .. those unusually charmln' personalities
USO immediately.The a quiet ceremony at the Hallowe'en DanceThe The next meeting will be heldat Wonder if any hitch-li ikers had Husband's an employeof ao
regular, meeting time walt Methodist Church at 5 o'clock the home of- Mrs. Paul Raymond the nerve to thumb for a ride the local S. A. L>. depot ,

't. net for the third Wednesday in Saturday afternoon, Miss Dorothy I Junior Woman's Club of A double order of orchids to Glimpsed proud grandmater Pearl
8; each month at 10 A. M. Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Starke will sponsor a Hallowe'en Va. Smith for takln' on the Job Sauls exhibit In' a lovely new

Adam Green, became the bride of dance Wednesday October 28, at Circle No. 2 met at the home of of Red Cross publicity chm. photo of handsome young Harvey

Weiner Roast Staff Sgt. Rutherford Warren 9 P. M. at the Woman's Club Mrs. H. I* Hough with seven Also to Mrs. Ed Prince who's Prather, son of Jack an' Fenella f+

For Evelyn Newsome Reese, the Rev. G. C. Powell of- building. members and one visitor present. makin' the production room an (Los Angeles, Cat.) Attractive -

ficiating.The Mrs R. A. Thomas led the de- Invaluable supervisor An'lwhl1l 'addition to the local scene:
Aa Mrs. Jesse New ome entertained attractive bride wore a teal Birth AnnouncementMr. votional, assisted by Mrs., W. J. we're on the subject, looks Lou Lindsey (ex-High Springs) I

a Wednesday night, Oct. 14, at a blue dress with brown accesso- Epperson and Mrs. Hough. like sumpln'll have to be done Wunnerful personality ,
weiner roast honoring her daughter ries.Mrs. and Mrs. J. G. Alvarez announce Mrs. W. B. Alexander, leader about the parrot across the street I.

Evelyn who celebrated her Reese is a graduate of i the birth of a daughteron conducted the' business meeting from the Legion Hall Mrs. I Don't think you're Immune from
14th birthday anniversary on thin Bradford High School In the classof Sept. 30 in Boston, Mass. Mr with reports being heard from officers Bonham 'lows as how she can't i whoopln' cough jus' cause you'vecut FLORIDA THEISHO

occasion. 1942. Sgt. Reese la the son and Mrs Alvarez are the son-in- and committees. A contri- work for lookln' out the windowto your wisdom teeth Hear

A color scheme of yellow and of Mrs. G. W. Reese, of Montgomery law and daughter of Mm. Frank- bution of $4.25 was given toward see if it's some nervy man the latest victim Is Mrs. J. J.

green was carried out in decorat- Ala., and was recently Wilson of Starke.Methodist Christmas gifts for soldiers whlstlin' at herE! Fitzgerald (Florence Brown's

ing and the young people enjoyed transferred from Camp Blanding and the balance needed will be mother) '. Air Cadet Ralph

playing games in the yard and to Maxwell Field. Alabama, where Circles taken from the treasury. Plans Word comes that Husey Mc- Rhodes (now at Bainbridge Ga.)

roasting welners around the fire. he Is In the Army Air Corps. Met This Week were discussed for sending rep Clane has landed safely on the has my sincerest sympathy .

Mrs. Newsome was assisted In They left Starke Saturday night resentatives to the R. A. meetingin other side Lester Robinson One of his roommates was killedIn
entertaining by Miss Grace Dew after the wedding and will make The W, S. C. S. of the Methodist Deland. writes friends that he'd really like a crack-up totber day .

I and Mrs. W. D. Faxon. their home In Montgomery. church met Monday 'after- The session closed with prayerby to breath a little Florida sunshine That blueish tint on the R. J. E

noon for the October business and Mrs. R. L. Kemp, after which an' clear that Jolly ole English Davis pet :'Spit "Snowball" isn't

OPEN FROM 11 A. M. TO 11 P. M. program meeting with the president the hostess served a salad course log uutta his throat! .. Seem. an optical illusion Seems
Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Dooley was washln'! him the
pre and hot tea. A' these native sons JUIll' can't forget
I LUNCHEON35c siding. The next meeting will be heldat their loyalty to Starke no matter other day and decided that a lit-

Among the business transactedwas the home of Mrs. W. J. Epper- how long they stay away tle bluing in the rinse water -Iet's have your
the election of the following son. Glimpsed Bill Wainwright an' would whiten him up Instead,

: A nominating committee to select dotter Patsy at the football game FALLF00TWEA
officers for the coming year's Circle Three met at the homeof las' Friday night, rootin' for BHS

SHRIMP, FISH, CHOPS SIRLOIN STEAK work: Mrs. Titus Olson, Mrs., A. Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs with the almos' as loud as the cheerleaders 4 ACTION RELIEF

DEVILED CRAB, CALFS LIVER-2 VEGETABLES Z. Adklna and Mrs. L. D. Vin- devotional led by Mrs. G. W. Alderman Hear Dewey Warren will see

II NO DRINK OR DESSERT Ing. It was decided to buy table An Interesting article on how he looks In khaki sometime I DAINTY FOOTWEA\\ \
1 linen for the recreation building. "Personal Service" was given by In November 'Sa boy for! FOR ACID INDIGESTION REPAIRS{
We Maintain The Cleanest Place In Town I
Miss Kate Struth, secretary of Mrs. Madge Brownlee and preparations Gussle Mae an' Randolph Boree OUR SPECIALTY

Baby Specials, reported that seven were. made for Christ- Congrats! Alyce an* Bill '
1 GUIDON GRILL new members had been added to mas boxes to be sent to servicemen Graham enjoyln' a three-day

the cradle roll: James Franklin on foreign duty. A generous flshin trip before Bill goes nauti- Finest Leather I'M

Opposite Courthouse Jim Forrest, Mgr Hollingfworth! Elsie Penelope Hol- contribution for this purpose was cal 1 t

L Phone 90 llngsworth. Robert William Smith received.
Kay Marlene Hudgins Sill Ann Following the business session Hear Evelyn Hitch received TIleElectric

SmltbVIUlam Ray Sanders,> and the hostess served refreshmentsof quite a lengthy telegram from L.50c Shoe&
Sandra Lou Jones Ice cream aVict cake. Herbert statin' that everything'sKOln

Mrs.\ Middleton Mrs. Will Blair fine at Mayo Brothers an' 1 Carpenter's Drug! Store Across From Park Ito

and Mrs. Ferryman each gave a to write these letters.As Bob Kite snores! Seems there

/ R short acount of the district meet- next week Is designated asa

Ing, which took place Monday In Week of Prayer for the W. "S. SMSS WSl
f t'H-.CATR Gainesville. At this meeting it C. S. it was decided to meet "at "

was requested that each auxiliary the church on Monday and Wed-
STARK F write to their senators and congressman nesday afternoons, at 3:30: o'-
clock for prayer services.
urging them to vote Mrs. W. E. Middleton chairman '"Those who expect to keep the blessings of Liberty
AVICKK BEGINNING SUNDAY OCTOIIKK: 23 for an amendment to prohibit the of Circle One, was in charge

,-- giving or sale of beer and other of the program for the afternoonand must, like men, go through the fatigue

Sun, Mon., Tues Oct. 25, 28, 27 Intoxicating liquors! to men and presented Mrs. W. G. Halle ''
who led the devotional service; of supporting it.
boys in the service of our Coun-
Diana BARRYMORE Robert CUMMINGS Mrs. A. Wood led in prayer; and
II! t try. The corresponding secretary
: Mrs. Titus Olson reviewed an
I, Miss Olive Ray, was InstructedOret'tlngllr article from the World Outlook. '

ezI We're fighting to keep the blessings of
wak Kay FRANCIS '> : A liberty_yes! But we're also fighting to
CaIIstreet- $
I.dct.d..d Pimm >y HENRY KOSTER : Carolyn extend them to other, less fortunate na

; tions. And we're fighting to restore them
q to the helpless victims of Axis cruelty.

Wed., Thurs., Oct. 28, 29-DOUBLE FEATURE The
(As Uncle Sam says her concernin the population of "fatigue of supporting liberty"will

A/o. /-"//. Jf. Pulham, Esquire" to the boys when invitln' 'em to Starke. the number of men at never stop America short of victory t

Starring Hedy Lamarr and Robert Young partake of his.bed an' board) Camp Blanding etc., etc* AND and well our Axis enemies know it! e
etc. Finally she hit
No. "Jungle Marl"Starring 'Sanother Major for Starke-Ben upon the But there will be
Idea of answertn' everything with: fatigue. .. there will
Buster Crabbe Sternberg this time Jolnln' "It's be strain and
a military secret"Worked I sacrifice. To offset these
the heights already scaled Tel-
ALSO NEWS by like a charm! Re- tensions make the
fair Long and Owen Griffin most of your moments
member to try'
It on your next r1
Fri., Sat. Oct. 30, 31 DOUBLE FEATURE If this! Borta thing keeps up. trip some time Hear Choppy of leisure at home. Make practice of
Starke'a gonna have more leaves garden relaxing at ease with a glass of "
No. 1-"Prisoner Of Beasley's is a thing of golden,
Japan"With than the Garden of Eden! .
beauty and doubtless refreshing
a joy for- JAX Beer. Remember that
Gertrude Michael & Alan Baxter Are we proud of 'em?' ._ ,. Well ever to
Gertrude who's thrilled such healthful
A/o. 2-"Rock River Renegades"Starring you should jus' feel my pulse with the thought of bigger an' relaxation restores the
every time I hear of a promo- better homegrown tomatoes energies you must have >for top at'4
the Range Busters tion! Get 10 Jittery you'd ficiency.:
She nibbles 'em three times a ; Remember too,that JAX brings
ALSO SERIAL AND POPEYE CARTOON think I was! their grandmotheror -
day you know"bein/ friendly cheer
Well partlcularly as well as relaxation.
--"- n immpln I am their fond of 'em
for' breakfast! I
MIDNIGHT mow, SATURDAY-OCTOKEK 31-11:30: I". M. Aunt Carolyn aren't I'l'' Other edible oddities: Hazel Guy w

"It Happened In Flatbush" Comfortln' thought prefers corn on the cob after it '''' "/'',

With Lloyd Nolan and Carol Landis Hear ('ells Dew jus' received a reaches the "horse. stage" I
(So dot) ,
ALSO SELECTED SHORTS telegram from son Mike savin'

"Have arrived In the ,
safely )
Spotted an' Jotted Nina .
States. Am in Bre-nerton..Wash"
Bishop's pulchritudinous pigtails t '
Didn't say whether he's! corn- Simeon Phillips off to Join
In' home or not but Jus to knowhe's '
forces with the S. A.
I ; wife. is quite a relief .
f! EFFECTIVE Was on the Ill-fated Yorktown, Ask for
STARKE FL':.' you know See Claude Alvarez Private JonesI !
f STARTING OCT. 21 back in town, workln' at Blan

ding this time Grace Green I Nowadays the friendlyway 1

Children ____.__.???_. 12e School Student also commuters Jolnln' .the. .forces Ruby of Johns camp: I to buy beer is to ask

Tax: ____________ Sc Age 12 to 18 _._______ 22c: recommend the merger,of Coca ;;t for the JAX Jumbo full
Tar __________ 8c n)1
Cola an' vanilla Ice cream quart bottle. Jumbo
Total _______._ 15o
Mmmmm .
Dellsh Re- makes rationed
Total ___________ 25c bottle
mind yourself! to try It sometime cape further
go and
Except Sunday as*
If you can get a Coca Colaf! .1
Adult! (:Matinee) _?___.- sic lures all beer lovers of an
Personal nomination for
llton'OIlM'ft In Uniform the most
A Tar __________ 4c ample .
beauteous bamboo spark
At AH Time -......_.__ Sic hedge in town
Tax: ___ _____. \c -one around the Shorty Libby art tike brown mol... r ling, mellow JAX-delightful

Total?_________ SSc domicile, so faithfully pruned by cooki.eyes, ..*. Prt. Jon.. n.cbla.'or companion of
Total _______. Sic Will Burney on*.(Cooki. net.,.!) Lulu.cort .. pleasant
..c..... she bak. with RUMFORD many memories
,Adults. (Evening) ___._._ sac Baking: Povdtr. It'. bus rising right i-1';R R I
Tux __ Midnight I Sliowo, To all ?, 8 cTax Clever girl-Luclle Mitchell tilting right for SO y..r.l (No" alum, .Iii Briwiir C B E E
--------_ t folks 'np
that's iy
________ ___ 40 On a recent visit on* .o..oa) rum victory -
to Tally an' booklet of.ululo..d.t l Con. Jsek//lIU4. Fliril.
Quincy she was mortified no end .ono npplUt. Sip win th. war la ,
Total _____-j. tOe( To#al .__. 40o by beln' unable to answer the your kitehtn. Writ today. Ramfordiag I
: Powder.Bos BS,Ramford.R.L
hundred an' one



23, 1942 1
nu. _n RE. FLORIDA Pti&FI/ '.:P--

-= BITS of LOCAL NEWSBrOwn Mrs. E. R. myth returned Mrs. Guy Sale and daughter l\Irs. Frances Parker returned, :!oIl,," Lucile Mitchell has returned -
Wednesday from Washington U. Linda Kay and Mrs. J. B. Sapp Wednesday from Grand Rapids, from Tallahassee where
C.. where she spent several days spent Monday afternoon in Jacksonville Mich., where she spent the past she visited Miss Frances Williams
Tuesdaywrek" Mr. and Mrs. Marlon with her husband Capt. Smyth. three months.Mr. I
Williams :
BrOwn returned Friends here of Mine Louise Mrs Bertha Pearce and from Quincy where I
visit with his sons returned to Newport News, Va., Stewart of Lakeland spent last Mrs Anne McGee and Misses and Mrs. Clarence NUHH- she
are interested week in Valdosta Ga.. with her was the guest of Mrs. G. W
.dZack t Jr.. who are en- Sunday after spending several to know that she was marriedto sister Mrs. T. J. Thomas. Lettle and Marie :McGee of Jack- baum and son, Billy, of Jacksonville -j La mar.
civilian war work at weeks with Mr. Williams'" parents, James Thomas Graves on October sonville were guests Sunday of and Lt. and Mrs. Jack Williams -
n urket Ozark Ala. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams. 9th. at the home of her Mss Hazel Moore spent Satur Sheriff and Mrs>. A. O. Andreu.H. spent the week-end with ,

W l;. Struth has had as T. S. Williams returned home parents, Mr. and 'Mrst K. W day and the Sunday in Tallahassee, 0. Connor, who has been their mother, Mra. B. Jacoba. Lt. I} MIDNIGHT SATURDAY
making trip by from
518 Mr and Mrs. MerrillJacksonville. Tuesday' after spending a few' Stewart. The family formerly Jacksonville plane In Starke for several days* Visiting Williams is stationed at Fort Sunday Monda Oct. 25-26
t Mr. days with, his brother-in-law and lived here and are rememberedby his son-in-law and daughter, Jackson, S. C.
,,1! oon Join the armed sister Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Dozier' numbers of people. week-end Mrs. H.with C. Rltch spent! the Mr. and Mrs. James F. Hollings- Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume spent /
ad Is the fourth son ofulh In Ocala. Mrs. Ray Pierce of Louisville relatives in Gainesville. worth. has accepted position as Wednesday afternoon In Brooker

to enlist for service. Ben Suslow spent a few days I Ky., whose husband' is stationed I: jeweler for a firm In Winston- visiting their son-in-law and
cora Brooks of Invernesse In Starke this weekand returned I I at Camp Blanding, is the new i Beautiful Cleaning, IlrauUful I Salem, N C. Mrs. Hollingaworth daughter Mr. and Mrs. Resale
week-end here with her to Alexandria, La., where he has secretary in the office of W. T. Tailoring at the Sturke-Blandlng and little son Jim are spendinga ColHon.
and slster-in-law. Mr and another army store. I Clute. Tailors, Opposite Park Theatre few days with Mrs-' Holl Ingsworth's .- Mrs, L. D. Green spent the
Frank Landrum. L. M. Barton, formerly of the Mrs. Bill Freeney of Jackson Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs, Dotty grandparents Mr. < and weekend in Tampa with her
1>(. Seymour has returned Economy Plumbing Co., who is I Miss., is dental assistant in the Sue Biggs and Mrs. O. J. Griffin Mrs. W. D. Gorman In Cordcle, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and FLORIDA THEATREMattresses
ante here after spending engaged In war work in :Melbourne office of Dr. Lemuel Colson. She were In Jacksonville Sunday and Ga. Mrs. C. D. Williams. f
mar months' with rela- was a visitor here this is the wife of Sergeant Freeney attended services at the Main W. T. Clute was a business
NeW Jersey and other week straightening up his busi- who is stationed at Camp Blan-. Street Baptist Church where Dr. visitor to Daytona Beach und n
1 states. ness affairs. ding.W.. Thomas Hansen a former Starke Orlando Wednesday. Yesterdayhe c4O f* /\ Work Guaranteed
L D Wainwright has re- Mrs. O. H. Aspinwall, who has H. Nollman spent the latter pastor was observing the eleventh attended the Realtors' Con- *k < SI I Called for and
L'om a visit with her son been visiting her husband, Sgt. part of the week transacting business anniversary of his call there. vention In Lakeland.Mr. Made Over tp JP o JU Delivered
II g hter-in-law. Mr. and Aspinwall at Camp Edwards, In Sebring.I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews and Mrs Arthur Brown of
a{. Wainwright In Talla- Mass., for the past month, has Mrs. U A. Davis and Mrs. O. spent Wednesday! afternoon In Cleveland. Ohio were guests last GAINESVILLE; MATTRESS CO.
returned to Starke. W. Roberts left Monday for Sara- Jacksonville week of Mrs. Edith lloaoley Telephone' 1031 Gainesville or Write Box 431- Shirk

Itiful Cleaning:, Beautiful ,Mrs. W. D. McDonald of St sota to attend the Annual Con- Mrs. D. T. Clarke of Miami is Brown,
at the Starke-BIandlng Johns, New Brunswick, Conn.. vention of the Florida Division, here visiting her parents Mr. and N. N. Prevail manager of the ;
Oppo, ate Park Theatre. arrived Friday for a visit with U. D. C. Mrs. Davis Is state Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght. A. &: P. Store Is Improving after.
|\V. Koch Is spending this' her mother, Mrs. James Lambe. President and Mrs* Roberta state W. M.Wainwright and daughter suffering a heart attack last Saturday 1ui : From where I sit '
his drug store In Ar- She was met In Jacksonville by I corresponding secretary of the Patsy Ruth, of Tallahasseewere morning. .-, e
Mrs. Lambe and Miss Pat Lambe Florida Division. week-end guests of hla parents Mra.. P. M. Barefoot, Mrs Her-
Mrs. W. H. Nollman has beenin Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wain- nice Opperman and Mrs. Clyde

bed for a week with a sprained wrlght. Powell spent Friday In Jackson Joe Marsh
DR. LEMUEL COLSON DENTIST ankle. Mrs. Murray Soloman\ of Brooklyn ville. .6y

Mrs. I. P. Shepherd has been'! in N. Y., will -upend the weekend Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot I .. "
129 East Call Streets Atlanta, Ga., thla week visiting here with her husband. spelt Sunday In Lake City with '--
her mother Mrs. Charley Jones Mr. and Mrs Otis Nelson and Mrs. S. A. Barefoot. DONT ever argue with Grandma House of Representatives and
9 A. M. to 7 P. M. ''Evenings By Appointment Mrs. Emma Canova is at Fort sons, Jimmie and Ronnie "spent' Mills Lillian Sternberg spent Ilosklns about American history made the motion urging "the
Benning Ga.. visiting her son- the week-end with relatives In the week-end visiting In Columbia unless you know what you're t IkInf manufacture of beer in every Stateof
in-law and daughter Lt. and Mrs. Gainesville. S. C.SPECIAL. about. Because when Grandma the Union."And that same year
Ie. "" II""IIII''llm''IUtIllIIlt''f'"IIIHII.'IHII",1"11I"11II1'11, "" "" i'''''''' i'''''''''' / ', i '' "' 1"111",""""'''"'''''''" Richard G. KIdd. states a fact it really Is a fact. Massachusetts\ passed an act stating
-._ __________________!e that "the wholesome qualities
Mr. and Mrs. James Godboldof The other day we got to talking
N1TE SATURDAY Tues. Wed. Thnrs. Jacksonville about George Washington-who of malt liquors greatly recommendthem
n,, Mon., Oct. 2526I were here Sunday besides being a great general was to general use"
Oct. 27-28-29 visiting Mrs. W. S. Stroman and a public surveyor a successful .
I UNFORGETTABLEPERIENCE. I Mrs. S. S. Dowling. Miss Nettle farmer and a wise statesman. From there on-until early la

I believe Geo. Montgomery Ann Rutherford : Dowling returned home with her "And he made mighty' good beer 1918. the brewing Industry kept
aunt Mrs. Godbold after upending WALL NOVELTY DUCK SETS too." says Grandma. growing and beer and ale kept getting
t every Americanuld GLENN MILLER ,' several days In Jackson That was news to moat of n... better and better.
itl" "'D""IA 0 ville. $1.25 Value Only 75c "You can see his private recipe Then came prohibition thir
see The Rev. G. C. Powell. Mrs. W. for beer right in the New York teen dark years that bred vice and
-..Kate Smith .. E. Mlddleton. Mrs. Will Blair and FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLYSEE Public Library" Grandma Hos- crime. Grandma says it taughtus
..'" fpm Iari.Caroillatldis-Cesar 1011II11 ?12 y Mrs. E. K. Perryman were In kina tells us. "In hit own hand- something though-something
''' ,.. "'' Gainesville c that George Washington and all
.\ ";'I' ,. Monday attending a writing, at that.
\... / conference of the Gainesville Dis f. those other early: American statesmen -
tract W. S. C. S. OUR COCONUT NOVELTIESBuy And then she opened up on how knew all along that no
Fri.-Sat. Oct. 30.31 Mrs. W. M. (Maxey) Peek of Washington and those others who law ever takes the place of self-
founded America believed In beer restraint and moderation.
Gladewater Texas has been here .
FEATURE : visiting her brother N. D. Wainwright Your Xmas Gifts Now and moderation.Told as about WIN e
friends of
Ham Penn who had his own brew That's why they were I
K and nieces Mrs. F. H.
ery down In Pennsylvania and Israel beer and mad. moderation a cornerstone .
Battle i Long and Mrs. E. K, Perryman.Mrs. ,Use Our Lay-Away Plan Putnam. Samuel Adams of of American freedom.
J. H. Ritch of Jacksonville Massachusetts and James OgU- They were right about a lot of
KUKAN Cry Of I spent Monday and Tuesdayhere thorpe of Georgia. things-Washington and Adams

China with her son-in-law and "Beer," Grandma goes on, "has and Penn. And from where I sit.
IAi ; daughter, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. grown up with the country becauseit's they certainly were right about.
es. EI i Johns, Jr WONDER GIFT SHOP a symbol of good fellowship moderation, too..
AND Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto hada and moderation""

II5LAIVDA 9 PI week-end guests Mrs. M. C. 114 Thompson StreetSTAIZIE Way back In 1789:), she told us, Eve 1luI
'! Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Hut- James Madison stood up in the
to of Jacksonville and Miss Caro.
Dar.-M He"r.with : FLORIDA
I LIVE ONDANGER lyn Hutto of Columbia S. C. I
MAN DONLEVY 9 '.- No. 51 of a i'cnej Dpi? Foundation i I
---- Copyright, InJuUry
Mrs. Lee -------00> Brewing
.. Wlilddy and daughter _____n__. m.u_______---___ _____
COON A to ,. 1.....c ,I Mrs. Robert Bacon of Albany,
AREY PRESTON Ga., were, week-end guests of Mr. H HB MV lBBBHBH( H H BM B mMMmH MB HB BIHBIMHMt IBBB V P l m Ml IM W V > VBBV H BIB MM VW M

.._ .... .
NONN ",_ and Mrs. O. L. Beasley.
/-.MnwwNN Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan entertained -

AYIA.. the following relatives
M ..aNAF. during the week-end: Mrs. Roy Checkerboard SpecialsAt

Chester Morris Jean ParkerF Smith of Tennllle Ga. (Mrs. Dun-
can's sister); Mr. and Mrs. R. K.men .
---- '-
ana daughter, Shirley: 01
> THEATRE Jacksonville (Mr. Theln is Mrs.Duncan's .

LO Kl DA STARKENAT brother); and Lt. John
M. McMillon of Camp Blanding.Lt. .
McMillon Is Mrs. Duncan's

cousin. HasKin's Feed StoreJust
Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and son

SEZ: Cliff, are in San Antonio, Texas

Haw an Item the other day where visiting tloned at Dr.Kelly Mendozu Field.who is eta- North Of Town On Road 13
Florida bank are asking
fewer holiday Now that's what M. F. Brown and little daughter -
y. Florence returned home Fri-
t'p I call a real con..trurtJve measure.Never .
J' could understand why day from Tallahassee where theywere Give Your The Food
Dog Dry
x banks xliouldOM! or' St. S wit li- guests of Dr. and Mrs. Wil-

en's Day. Groundhog Day and mot Brown. Proved by: vv
Mra. W. B. Sewell and Miss
rest of in* '
MlrhHelmax while the
on struggling with "bUMlnew Miriam Guy were In Tallahassee 12 GENERATIONS t t
go In several days last week, and while
as usual". So much money
circulation around Starke nowatlays there attended the Fall initiation Twelve consecutive generation
of the Pi Beta Phi at F. S. W. C. of happy, healthy dog* at the
almost have to stay
they Miss Gayle Sewell was one of the Purina Kennels have been fed no
overtime to take It all In, 1.1
open initiates Into this sorority. WhileIn other food but Purina

anyway. the city Mrs. Sewell and Miss Doc Chow. They WITH
I + prove it'* top..your4IIIiI xfURINACHEKRTON
A Guy also attended the Chapman-
Moore marriage and ,,, dog will like it, too.1'Purina '
........ i
FREEM A N Miss Della Rosenberg spent the 1)00 MAp ..... _
week-end! with relatives In Talla- fOW. :_ -w.I..d.._ ,...,.
hassee.B. DOC CHOW -..M"-.r...............M"Mw1.'" -.w... i 1'11I' I
R. Wltkovski returned Tues- c-.N day night from Orlando wherehe

spent the past six weeks with 5 Lbs. 50c 3 Lbe. $1.10
his nephew and niece. Dr.' and .
Mrs. H. B. McLendon. 1 .
Miss Miriam Guy has gone to Scratch Feed 50-50 100 ft $2.55
Ocala to Mart her new position BALANCE YOUR SCRATCH GRAIN

with the Farm Security Admini I I with

stration. Yellow Corn,' 100 Ib -- $2.!SO( PURINA LAY CHOW

I ...1 sari

V White Clipped No. 2 Oats, 100 tt taa

4; $2.75 100 Lbs. $3.60

I I.. II I
Cotton Seed Meal, 100 Ib $2.26 PURINA COW CHOW

,. ,, .ualsls"' built to help keep cow in condition for

French American Hog & Cow Shorts, 100 Ib $2.65 COW; capacity, production and long milking life.

And DanishPASTRIES ,, I I'

We Have A l.ine.Of
0 "BREAKING IN"Your : Complete : 16 Percent 100 Lbs. $2.55
I Purina Chows and SanitationProducts

favorite Freeman French Toe Try Our ,

tyU now goes the limit to please $6.95you. RAISE YOUR CALVES

Its new "Step'n Flexit" construction DOUGHNUTSFresh Come In And See US on Purina .

before makes you it wear ready it.to wear .. fin*Calhkitternberg's Daily We Welcome Your Patronage L CALF STARTENA

Come in and try if. I r II" r I On. tag ft.pfac' 40 Gallon ., Milk


WE, PAY MARKET PRICES 100 Lbs. $4.85
312 W. Call St.


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Bradford 314 wan In the name of Unknowns the said property under the said Rio Guy. whose residence I I. 11 dccoaued.. BOR"J- 'uiiE*

CHURCH DIKKOTOUY OF plaintiff Telegraph socks dlvorcn.shall publish thl.Ord..r the assessment of said property certificate No. 337 iHiied was In the Orovea St., East Plu..r.on. Bergen I whom Notice It 1* hereby given to all Par ." i''h,

SERVICES County In next four weekly l Isssie.Witnos ,,. under Bald certificate No. 817 wa. name of Mallle William County Now Jerney. may concern that on the :: .I'1' ,It1pw
on 16th. day' of November 1 ,
appear A D. JOWI'I ,
be required
hand and official In the name of Joe Johnson; the Union said certificate shall are 1942 : ,
.nltT BAPTIHT my In the above I shall apply to the I blnriti.
16lb. 1942. Honorable. !
the November ,
said under redeem according to law K Itt '
ft... -. K. IJaMfoot. P..... seal at Sinrke. Florida thin Octo- saId" :. rtlrt.. No fr'p.t.r In the property described therein will beMiild mimed Court and cause, wherein K. mtn'r Judge of Bald Court hsr011.r, ,

Ban N. Walnut IMreet :UFiCAIHlcAL' : f ) A.I.; Th"mR" name of Philip A Joe Johnson: the to the highest bidder at the plaintiff seeks dlvori-e. Bradford BI. Judge t for my final f .' the .; it,4
Church School :4S: A. M. BNHOKsmenC of said undersaid door onnv first Monfourinuunw County Telegraph shall publish this discharge its Executrix of the Last 114
10-9 4t 10-80 property
MorningWorship 11:00 A. M. Aw Clark of mid Court.: In four weekly Issues.Witness and Testament of Sarah J'IIrd ,, ralt55' tb,
: certificate No. 320 wu In the dRY ill the month of Nuv.mb..r.IVt2. Order next } WIl Fran- thl. 'I ,.
U. T. If. 7:00: P. M. IV C.IIU'I..r C'll IIT. HlttltKftllfIH ) name of \Vm. McL,..od.Unless .which l I. the :2nd.. day of, nil hand and officialseal I Hainrlclc deceased. My final AID. 1

Rvenlngr Wornhlp 8.00: P. M (' % TV KI.MKIIItl I'N 1:11 tM.arimMuet '\1_ ..sid Certificate hall be November 111-12. at Ht.rke. Florida, this OctoberOKF1C1AL report and application for final din. I.SEAl! .'
Wedneaday Worship ll'U' P. M. redeemed according to I a w theproperties Dated this lot nay of October. 8th. chant are now on file..In the of.

I Hiix Mllllkln Plaintiff descnibsd therein will be IU2. ( SRAL) A. J. Thomas, fire of said ;Judge. 'n ,

v... 1o'urr..l Mike Mllllkln efen-I ..01 1.1 to the highest bidder at thecourthouse (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thorn**. AM Clerk of said Court. Dated October 13th A. n. 1942. I. di.rn

Fins/I IIfIiTflODI"Tne" : ". C&ise No. door on the first Monday ., -erk] of Circuit Court of Bradford 10-17 4t J1-& Nell H. NOlh" h.rlf ,
U. C. Pwvirell. Psster1UO .mi,),; OF VI.ULIOATIOM In th" Month of November (uunty, Florida. 10-3 4t 10-23 Aa Executrix of the Last Will and 9-1 'no'r"

: N. Churrls ,WtreetChurch ANI NOTH'K 'l'f) AI't'JBAK 1942 which IK "he 2nd., day of Novenl.r V O"'IC.] Testament of Sarah Francis Ham-
School 10:00: A. M.Hunday FurrelMike A. Tt. 1942. iv IlatiIT coi'HT.!: nnni>-oiiiroiiMTV rick, deceased. H-S ,
STATE i>K KI.OUIDA to: NOTICE la hereby given to all 10-1 t pStilt
Worship 11:00: A.: M.YoUIII Mllllkln whose re.llemIs) ated thin 1st., day of OctoberA. FLOKlOAl IM" IHA:>- It that Ii'iorrieMcKinieY OiPPI'I'I'
whom may
: P. M. care of Alri.. David J. MllllklnMolhnr I I). 1942.OFFICIAL. a.ElI Y. Guardian.on.rn of VolloyftlrKlnney. NOTICE OF ELECTION "' .HI.
Kv.nin. W."hIP $::00 P. M. Koiito No. 1, Halifax. North I ( HEAD AI.; Thomas. ;John Hoblnnon LeyHath. Plaintiff, as will on the To ho Sheriff of radfore County.. Xl''i Ii'. v' r ,1 Hii nYI

Wednesday Worship 8.00: P. M. Carolina.' i Clerk Circuit of Court Bradford vii. Jewel Morris eyvath Uvfcn- In.1.t.nt., A. D. 1942, I of the Stats of I That \ 1111

You are required to appear on County, Florida. 10-2 4t 1023o'rlf' dant. i'u.e No. :2179.! apply 16th day to Judge K. K. Ferryman, Ue It Known That I, R. A. 'trunk ,1 t II. "' _BiQ

November 2nd, 19t2. In the above ORDER 01' prHLlOATIOMANt Judge of Bradford ()RAY. Secretary of State of the No. tao, ," I. T.
"T. MARkPIsCOPA and wherein NOTICE TO 'APPEAR County I."nly. State of Florida, do hereby give -Pteml,. ? ''h 4
named Court cause
for authorityto sell at dl
Kredrwltn. HeeterJ09 :\ ] Of APPI.IC4T10MTAX Florida :
Rev. Jewel ,
plaintiff Heeksi divorce and reMtoratlon STATE OF F1XIK1DA to: notice that a i '
N. Cfcres> sltreet FOIl" I>KKIHmsite > private sulit, the entireInterest ofsaid N'PPl"-
Morris Number 12 Piedmont .d'
Bradford Ieyathr tlorforfr. '
10:00 A. M. of Mal>len Name. ( Mill :>.. l .tNOTirK ) Volley WcKlnney, Incompetent GENKRAL. ELECTIONwill
Af Church "School : thin Avenue, Charleiiton Mouth : hefd 1."II.d ta,
County Telegraph shall publish realevtate. 1 be In Bradford t
described County b.r""n.
Sunday Worship 11:00: A. M. I 8 HBltWnV IlIVKN.: Carolina. In th following .
Runday Bvenlng7:30 P. M. Order In rx\: four: weekly lnnu a. That F. M. Parkham holder of TaxCertificate : State of Florida on Tuesday next.uoc..dlnc embraces lht $54'
.) and ofUclal seal You are required to appear on W4ww pr"P..rly fol"Wlo
WitnesS the first In ,
and of KBHHeitlon Monday in th
Friday Evening 7:30: P. M. It'fOrlda No. 825/ & 367. issued above NE NH .
November 2nd. 1942. In the 10r.I
at Starke. thin October 2nd. November A. r>. 1942 the Nlal. "r .' I'.n, .
Holy Dava 10.00: A. M. the 2nd day of September A. t>. named Court and cause, wherein 29, Township 6 South. said ,
4_ 11.4' 1(40 ban, filed sam In n.y office plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Range 21 East cont..lnlnl 120acres. Tuesday being the of \:; 'f. H1o: 01 hE I.

((OrPICIAr SEAL) A.I.; ThomaS and has rnade application for a tax County Telegraph .hall publish this more or t* 1, Third Day of November ship 1. of ME,

"RIIT pnltflRTTER..NR. A* Clerk of iiald Court. 10-0 4t 10.80 deed to be Issued thereon. Said Order In issues' and 3 of Block' 10 Sampson CIty, For Representative in Cona-rnsH, taming 5outh Inl 1.t

... C.... H. Allea. P....* certificate embrace the followingdescribed Witness xth':3ran".J.:: official Heal soclion 4, Township 7 South.flange State of Florida at large In rhe. 30 Icr. Z E
'...... ... property In the County 21 East. aald tana the assesmifleti, .
IMS Nertfc ( iv riHcriT roi tvr. BK i>FOHntOlTV at mark, Florida, this October 5th.. I AI.t S..v.lty-"I..htb Congress of .rty under i
Church Bchool 10-00 A. M. of Bradford. .State of Florida to- 1842. lying and .. Bradford the Unl.d Slt.,*. siiml it a. tht 'Ald li.,,
) Sunday Worship 1:00: ( A. M. KI.OHIDAl. IV tllA.VHow'ard'silveiiler : -. wit: (OFFICIAL SEAT) A. J. Thomas County Florida. For. R.pr..lt..Uv. of the Second tVebstertnlep.e In ih ""0'.,1

; Henlor Crusade a.:00 P. M. ('Kit" JSv! of 8K'/4 )f>t NW'4 "t SE14Hic. Ait Clerk of said Court. 10- 4t 10-30 Which said application will bebased ( ..... .. of t h. <
intermedia. Youth 1:00: *\M' Williamson. Plaintiff. .- 34 Twp. 6 8. H. 22 10:.. con. upon Petition now on file In grate of Florida In the Seventy- O'd' .Prttftut,

Evening Worship 7:00: P. v... AnnJUHtlne Williamson U* talnlnir 6 .cre., more or le". I isembraced riHCI'lT rol'HT. BnDFORD" Bald Court. Thin October 12. 1942. eighth Congress of the United Property redeemed .r"Ddl"l, t i

f..ndant.onnER op PUBLIOATIOV: under said certificate No. ('01""' ''''', FLOILJI" ).', IM I.'" \III- Florrle McKtnney, Guardian. tt..t.*. Justice oM to the hlgh.1' I"
T of the Supreme .
e "T. KnvVAHD'S! CATHOLICHrv. ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR 329.It t. 1. 2, 3. 4. S of Elk. :2 t..t.RY.: Carmen T.Atty.Frank l.ndrum. 10-1 11-8 oJt.t the State of Florida. .ourt10u. ,door M hld..,
W. A.
STATK OF FLORIDA to: Annjufttln Gay. vs. I
J T..... J. M.rpbr. PaRSW WrlKhtR Ad to Hampton Rev. 30 f For Railroad Commissioners 1942. Whl.'h. moolh.1'
TeSBPlO AveaeeEarly WTniamaon whose residence I. Twp. 7.af.i n. 23 K.. IN einhracvdunder Rio Gay Defendant. Case No. of Florida. vember "ii the 10. I

Mas 11:00 A. M. Unknown.You certificate No. 357. IX fOI'MT OF COUNTY Jt.ouJ. For One Member of the House of I'at.d 194., dl

ItlvlMe .....1".. are required to appear on The assessment of the Maid prftp- 2193.ORDER HHl>KOItl" > fOVl.NTV !0' Reprimeruatlvesj of the. State of 1942 101 dl
Sunday Mann ':00 A. M. November 2nd., 1942 In the above erty under the said certificate No. OF PlinLICATIOX: KI.OHIUVIn Florida. ( .

Week Day M*.. '::00 A. M.UOKPKI. named Court and cans, Bradford wherein 325 Innued wan In the name o( Carl AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I re Kstate of For Five County Commissioner. FIClf. REAL) .. t
plaintiff .""k. divorce. AnderM. And the assessment of STATE: OF FLORIDA to: carmen SARAh FRANCIS HAMRICK. For Two Members of the County County, Clrcul ':.""
County Telegraph. Khali publish this ___ ,l .
u- -
.fABERWACi.HTUbln Order Witness In next four hand weekly and offlclaM Issued
School: each Lord Pay at ..al at "Htarke. Florida, this September I NOTICE OF ELECTION .

3P.M. I 21t! h., 1942.lOFFiriAIj .
Hvitngellstlc Service Sutdalrevening MEAL) A. .1. Thomas

t Bible! .Study:" Tuesday Evening! i iCblldren' A. Clerk of said Court. 10-S 4t 10.23 WTTKRKAS' The tenliitatirre at tNt for the Investment of Unking fund. o b.na owned or used for men Piled m OfiC Secretary o State the tt.hrl h m

S:1S: -"In Mission Hall. kinder the Constitution ot 1811$. ol cue aid Board may use tbe sinking fundscreated purposes the State ol Florida. ibau June 12. li1 said n,.
Hlblo .......on & Choral IV ('IRC'I'I'r rOI'HT. HII1I1POIII) etate of Florida did oaaa t loin to said bonds ot any county be .. a Commission t D i toM inciujiive and'' *
.te ?
.work Wednesday 3 P. M. (01 '\IT". FI.UHIIt l> IMAMRoland Reaolutiona opopoaing amendment to or special road and bridge district, ot known Same and Fresh A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan and except men DI" j.; I

Victory Prayer Group Thursday (t.IY. the ConstItution 01 the State ot Florida .. Other unit bereunder. to purchase the rich Commission Bucb OommlsaionKsil amendment to Article 7. Section 3. cmcta numbered M M D
3 P. MEvaneliIti0 M. Cox. Plaintiff "" EuniceBrown and the aam were agreed to by matured or bond participating consist of five m.mb. one of vbe Constitution of the St. of : east ot the western .
Defendant. Case No maturnl
; MeetingFriday. Cox a vote of tnree-ftruu at all toe ntecabera herein .nn.0 .m each cnlloOa district a* Florida. Relative to Census Bay. I

night 8:15.: 2111.lROER OF P1TRL1AT1Or I elected to each nouae: that the other .Pa road and dl..tc. existlDR on 114 who shall prtonm.ot. by Amending Section 3. i Another the isiit, L_

AND NOTIOH TO APPKAH vote on said Joint Reaolutlon were o taxing dlnrlc th.. b.PPIDte by the. a""mo. abJ..c't as to Designate : SK o "

Minncti OF (-HRI,,TMarry STATE OF KLXJMIDA to: Eunice 'entered upon their repectle. 'ournala provided. that aa to mtu. ] cnflrmatlob t>v Sn.t T. Broward Count as a Senatorial Dla I .hal W,"".
Plfkn MlnUlcr Brown Cox whose residence la with the Yeas and b.*. thereon and bonda. the value thereof .an .. so appointed 'h.1 "le and designate Calhoun Count 1941. embraced t In Corn d
they did determine and direct that ment shall be the paid select one of their m.mbe Chairman Dull County a Senatorial Dl.- trlct Ho
Bible :00 A. M. Avenue Hotel 819V4 Central Avenue. D.lc 'b.ro.whlcb ad 2.de mb ii. |
Iut.1o.: and The Lord licIt Springs, Arkansan. the mid Joint Resolution be submitted shall not the of the trlct.BB. 'I of the of liii ctej
t.. the elector of the State at pius accrued Interest, and that .1In..tm.n' fIrst member 01 the Com
BT ITS LEGIS of laid
Supper 11:00 A. M. You are required to appear onNovember 2 T. r RI0LV mlMlooe. 000)11. ,
KVenln. Worship ':30 P. M. 2nd.. 1142 In the above the General action: ID November eli bear Interest at the db* -appointed on Januar LATe. T. 8TAT.or7ORID.. eq. exc.pt til.. IwniorTi
Thursday Womhlp 7:30: P. M. named Court and cause, wherein IMX .of per cent p annul 1. 1943 shall verve respectively I i In the aforesaid

plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford MOW THKRKFORB' L R. A ORAT let. The,AId Bd shall annuall.* .fo one. .. three four and five Section& of Article T of the Constitution numbere 24 and 25 lal

TRAIN SCHEDULE County Telegraph' shall publish thlu Secretary' of State ot the Hate et us. Said fDd cnt. ac ... At U. expiration of each of of the State of POld.relative I' 8.tloo PID' nunte/i ]

Order lit next four weekly Issues. Florida do Hereby Hive notice that couat Ir.t. t Day "rm .uc shall b* ap. t Do.u and Orlonm.n&' o te ..1 |
SouthboundNo. Witness my hand and official. tnt. maturl if any. of said e t a term o flv* Bro.d I'B'. \1 I
seal I at Htarkn Florida this September GENERAL LECTION bnd .In. o other fuel tax thirty-ninth < Dtt1't" I County OommWowJ

1 (local). due Starke 11:15: 30th.. 1942. win be held In each count In Florida eerl"c.t. o such county I. Th member at the Commission and Calhoun Sa.tola Oul I Tt ., In Did.

A. J. Thomas, on Tueda next ueoeedmn the flrt. or .pla ma bridge district shall receive no compensation for their a* the fortieth (40) Dlttct' general .t la Ct

PM.No. A* Clerk of said Court Monday In November. A. D. 142 the ler special laslol service such but each Commissioner be and the same u hereby .d flee for lbs 11 I
191 (Miami) due Starke (OFFICIAL. SEAL) aid Tuesday being the dl.trle .aad to estab shall receive his necessary traveling and shall be abmlU.to the electorsof which they '"rI Bin tm\

10:38 PM Knight A Knight, Florida ll. inking to meet or other expense incurred while the State for ratificationor and their of
: 8t.rl"jf ,
Atty for 1'lf. : 4t 102.1I.V i THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBER requirements ot said bondS and engaged In the discharge of his Of rejection at the General Election 10 be affected b rm, this D

No. 108 (local) due Starke 9:28: 1 of the gasoline or other fuel tax anticipation flC'a duties but such shall not ..x.ee be held on the first Tuesday after the I thereafter there situ 1 ,
for the> ratification or rejection
AM. ...RT.T fOI'IlT, IIKltKOIIItfOITMTY. said Joint Rewdutlon propoeln crtllc.t. where app.. the**an ar* the sum o 1.0 in any one first Monday In NO.mb. 194X the Dltrel ethllbf b i I(
,'p.td follow
Northbound FI.OUIUAl IV CIIANCKIIV. amendment to the Constitution of equal scheduled) pavment 0 : punu.o. .
toe State of Florida via; thereon: and third anv I balance 4. Among the power "te to the Section S. Th Legislature that anal Count Commissioner abe .,
No. 2 (local) due Starke 5:43: William; Scott Plaintiff: vs. Ruth A JOINT RESOLUTION Propoelne. out of the proceeds remaining of said two thIs meet In r."I. session .A D. 1939. and In his District but who I tnated

Boon, Defendant. Case No. 2170. an Amendment to Article IX ot the riot cent of said taxi shall monttil the power Dtbr ban limit and to fa those .b.1 meet every ten ..a. and .1.0 trot,
AM.No. ORDER fF PUBLICATION open and season. oa a thereafter apportion the representation Large ." Cmoi
Constitution ot the State ot Florida during the remitted h* said .1.1 Coual
192 (through) due Starke AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Relating to Taxation and Finance by board aa b 450%' regional or local baste aa It may I Snate. and shall Dad Oountv be i

6:28: AM. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ruth Adding Thereto an Additional Section enl to tb.foi. Jlht. .for "to be appropriate and to regulate provide for tory. Districts the .n.rl election, In li IK
Scott whose residence la Unknown. manner and method of takIng such to be nearly after bold offlo i 11
of the
Creating a State Board Administration construction reconstruction nf l
No. 108 (through) due Starke You are required to appear on ; Preaertbin State Road o within tb."unl tran.,iportlng. atnl and Using bird.. equal In population aa practicablebut four year The lit

6:43: PM. November 2nd.. 1942 In the above Dutle and fot'or' .01*brdRe or purchase lma fur fresh water no eunt shall b* divided. In compensation of C
named Court And cause wherein .e0.aDC 0 reptile and amphibians.I The making apportionment. and m.lon..r. shall be u t
of connecting State hlghwnv'
No. 44 (through) due Starke olalntlff seek divorce. Bradford Pe To Other Motor .. brdlM. Count and twenty. 'M*) Commission shall I also have the powerto each District' shell have. one Senator: ar.ld.d b. Is* I

3:28: bounty Telegraph shall publish thin for OIO. Payment and Retirementof tier cent to the.Board of Count. CommlMlnnera aqul by purchase fill all prop nrovlded that Brad County. Florida Approved b, tm Oonraa I
PM.Reservation Order In next four weekly IHNUCMWitness All Outstanding Issued B* of such eount. use useful or cn..nl..nl'I shall Thlrt.'Dlntb131th. 1841
train my hand and official Any County or Bad Road and --nad and bridge fo o'I fo the W" of the In the ) Senatorial Dlt..let. and Cal .I. in office Secty at
Starke and Bell Heal at Htarke. Florida thi Heutember tb.rln exercise It* power County. Coun
Bridge District prior First Day of (d> have. theflower b.nunde. hon Qul 2 111.
30th., 1943. July A. D 1931. for Road and Sid D.rd .h.1 S Commission appoint .. snail o Fortieth
No. 101 leaves Starke 7 AM. Brldl to all rule .b.1
(OFFICIAL :''it'ourt A. J. Thomas and I2 Public th of. and .'. r. remove (40) Senatorial District: and at'
No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: A* Clerk of 10-2 4t 1023tn Prp.Pp. .o ) nd exercise regulation of the cowers necnaaar hereby* to the granted full a w.r.ul.bl. person &Director also the earn time the the LI'atur.' .b.1 an A .OfN RBOtCO I .
and such
PM. rmci'IT fOKirr. nn."nroRD RK8OLV8D BT T LEtS and no legislation hall be required torender and duties shall b ha** such the Rouse apportion of .. and X of mJ Constitution of Ito
power as may *
Dally except Sunday COUNTY FLOHIMAl. IV' IIIAV.CKHY. LATURC 01 TH. STATE this amendment of full lO"HInd by the Commission In .,r.rb shall allow' Rm..tt. !*tlol Homestead aid
That following amendment t operating effect from and fter. its duties under this o to each of .. five RD."ntatl.. so .t Permit tile W..
Article IX of the Constitution ot lanuarla. 1943 The mot 1'Ulo" Income sn, \
Thomas B. Rtandefer. Plaintiff. v*. L"ll"'atur. ahall subject the eountlea. and two (2& "
State ot Taxationand hall continue the ,levies Dlrft S .ppr..al to the Besl*
Veda Htandefer Defendant. CaseNo. Florida rl.tn. t of said taxes to each of the next eighteen morepopulous D. any person
.. relieve 1168. Finance by IdI. tb..t an ad lurIng the life of this' Amendment salaries' Comml"'on. .ppln& and one Provided' T"'D' I|

COLDS ORDER OP PUBLICATION dltlooa section a See nd shall not inert an.* law havln .anC other ol..ur. remove .. to ,eunt.the Repr.n.ooun- Subject of I f
Mlaery .r AND NOTICE TO APPKARSTATK of said Article IX cr.tI" a the effect of withdrawing the O""P."f ..I.t..t. employee who t.t.of the rm.lnln. tent of not more Ji% "
such State at
State ot !. said two (2ct of .., power and duties a* tN the of 5<
OF FLORIDA to: Veda Bad pr. ceb' may be assigned to them b the Commission Should the Legislature Cour" tbl Sut
Liquid Rtandofer. whose residence I I. Un lt power and dutle andproviding from I* this amendment or the Director. No Commissioner ,..1 to apportion the representation' In L' fo l..n hi
Board hiImplied
of the proceed refundln ,
use pav OblIgations
666 TabletsHalve known. & ...T. .h.1. shall be eligible for any suchS000lntment Senate and In the Rouse of Representative Ar".1_
of two cents gallon the gaaoimeor other for service
You are required to appear on p o .o..n. .d .n.. or employment. *. at any regular session of Cnt.,1
N... Drossi'ouara November 2nd., 1942. In the above other fuel for .(I thepayment rendered. .n"lf".I. o which 6 The fund resulting from theOperation this Legislature at an. of the timesherein Adoption thl twmotiislIn AnnFurther
ol Sri ornperlv the
and outstanding to account
named Court and wherein
cause rtlr.m.D' of Plvldln.
Drosm the Commission and from It shall the duty
bonda by oount of any count from funds distributedto dMlan.te. b Cases of l |
Try ""Hub-My-Tlssn" Wonderful plaint if? seeks dlvon-e. Bradford tue .a the administration of the law and fit the or sue- i
County Telegraph shall pulillnh. this or special road distrIct such oonntVr but eneral. exnenj) LRI.llltur. Dollars at wmja
II......I regulations to birds 1 "eedln such regular the "nt-fl"l
Order, In next four weekly iMHiienWitness prior t the First Day of July. A. 0 if the Board for services, ..nd..re.alt fur bearing ortlnln.fresh game fish 'eglslatiire. either In or Rem t t..oll.o Lire U f
IB31 the counties alike .nlma" @oPI.1
hand and official mad and bridge purpoaea 1 ea.r
my fo ohlll reptiles II.tl
and 'ar session the \flned "
with' to
retire.ntetinn *
THE CHILDRENS FRIEND seal at Rlarke Florida, this Heptember and at public bllh..J' purpose. om"1 them and out nf said. tn.. other funds tORth.r Ir. the .Senate and In the by FT RISOLV Bf fllflLATCRB
29th., 1942. la hereby ....te t .h.1 be submitted f the nme, basIs said' tax proneeds for such purpose .Ulc..l. pro..t"e House of Rppresentmtivee. herein STATO'
aa TH
of State ot distributed the> ah.1 contlu.
J. to levrJ -
A. ThomasA
When children have el"to .mon. State Ome Fund <| The the
used nfeHn"
temporary uplets Clerk nf said Court. Florida for rejection at : report ol .b"l "nl. res-nlar Tha .
o ..unt. b* the 1 Article' X of p
of the stomach and bowcla from (OFFICIAL. REAL.) the next General E.CtIO t D held old ... .. ohal be mad. tn each fit In Comm..lon Carrying out.the orovlalon deem "ri or shall regular have. State been C taken"n""". fleCreetsoy whichever too Florida tuthnrlilni Ument O'
"ewiiT <> the Iegl
Knight: & Knight, t4tarke, Florida In 1843. follow .r xturend .
., .. hereof and for no other of an? wan islwfj
unwise food combinations The of Renresentutives! .
overeat. Attys. for Hit. 10-2 4t the .'i.e nr mav the expenses aon"rtonm..nt
1023O'rIf'Io PI'I'
L_ __ __ ". .. .A."f le a1 'd Cericeics- lmi Commission may not Itself In In In. R... nl"eoresentatives due In. opntonfamll wM I t
tug or ovcr-acitucy 01 tne stomach, lanu- ij.tlui"and for fifty (ISO of. the B.rd" bevnnei'- i.he .n_ .._oll"a."' _. -.e In 'm- *. a* orovided "i 5

give them good ? ] OF TAX API'I.ICTIOVFUll ,.a. pro..e of two Anpr..P b* tb. Governor May 13 State Op.f..i.n' unless specifically '-C such 'I"r"1 the event tent of 25* thereof 9, ''
tasting IIKKIIMenace "
; (2c cent gallon tax I t. hereby screed to and ttil
1941.riled shell fall to reannnr-
... pr Lell.latur" ".t..h.r
( Illll V
McQEE'S BABY ELIXIRALL NOTH'IS IH3) levied by t State law upon gasoline In office Secty St.t. MarA 1. The Legislature' ma* enact an* non reoresenrstlon In the Leels mltted to the .,ptOI'*!
That T. J. and other like product of petroleum 13 1941. ". In aId of but not Inconsistent ''tur. as reaulrert 'jv tM emenilmente the Oenernl n
DRUG STORES Alderman holder of now known the Second Gas Tax. with the 1MJ for their
Tax aa pr..lon" of this amendment > shall fwUh'n thirty ds tl .In .
Certlflcato numbered C".r., .
No. 161112.. 314. 317.re..p".t.Iv.ly. 319 and upon. other fuel u t "rpl RESOLUTION Proposing and .ICI."nl laws Inconsist 'fter >rnment of the regularwsslort tectlon: tll to \U.J t
IN" CIRCUIT (011Cr. JIIIADEORI> motor vehicle. shall .OIN rot herewith longer remain of be .mfdo"
: the Le 1atiire
(- I I Hxptember A. lU). the of Florida .rf.t Al fnO'd.
the State Treasury St.t penalties for ill
I: San,. In my office And has made n..nlat of Article XVII. of the provisions rt Oi'estlnn nf .n.t'.t' Section 1T.1
Jerry. Dlclonato Plaintiff and three ((31 equal : Relating of this
v nay 1'application for t amendment and all .laws "iett evtranrdipsr ses of the lewlature and .
a Tax Deed to be .. .In wages "
Newberar:: Uldunatu, Defendant. Ca. Issued thereon. part which be distributed Am..odm.nt. Im"lnl license t... shall, be en- ''' bereb ?mandstorll require'1 whatsoever due ind ., I
No. 1175. monthly the several counties BB IT BT LEOI8LATUB atwho
Said certificate respectively em. aon. RI8LY' T Legislature from time resnnoetlon the representation *senulr come due md awing
OltDBR OP PITBLK-ATION brace the following. described proper .tolo..: T.8TATOPFORIDA to tlm.. -d by. this ..en".n. before ta the headn of 5 1511
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR !le. In On. part according to one part That the b. the Governor. .a adicii.'rimpnt ,.. such shall tiiit
STATE OF KLOKIDA the County of Bradford, aa ba known as Section 3 of Acpro"e May S .. .,..1. thi B"tl 1
to: Ray Slate of Florida to-wlt: .ecrdlnl to population one part of :'kt 1541.Fita .ar* _In. .n" for resn..rln. -mt"hment In th'' .
Newberar the Constitution
In Hldonato who.* residence K'/i of NES4 : 10 A In NE Cor. according t the cuntl. contribution present ; I Se'.ty "ent ... not It.".." tn .. "tat M may be "
Care of the ofc .
Holtavllle (Patchogue lloltevllle) long Sanatorium iHlamt: SBC 22 Twp. 5 xJ. R. 22 B., containing ; to coat ; road construction same I Hereby the elector agreed t..1.b S 111 0 Stat M h* enof _t. < ....t **! pe54'reqoneetirvmet the sCent of not muTe d
70 in the ratio of distributionaa .ubmlUI t eff'.4 0-4 w.. .od
lea salami
laland. Suffolk ; ncrea. more or Is election of t. .. -ich .
County New York: embraced under said certificate No. provided In Chapter 19499. Representative ronst4ee no h.vi.teas other than such the payment of w>' olIiP S
You are required to appear on Florida. Acts of 1031. and for the to b held b the *.A. O. 1942towlt A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing .--.. by or ImpHH "J
November 2nd.. 1942 In the above 1NWW : : n Amendment .p.
of NW&/ & NV4, of SW'4of of the apportionment baaed to Artfl "* of the sequent the' adtPt
named Court p proved by the Oovernor June ,
plaintiff seeks and divorce.cause, Bradford4'ounty wherein NW'4 1'1.' ". 23 Twp. 5 H. H. 22 cuotl. cotlbutln fo Section 3. D.' any rtla 0*p>- Constitution ol Florida Addlnt 1941. nmendment. rm"l K, containing eoet the extra tssslon. uldltlonal Section Kelatng ll
acres, more Ola o Le
or the "talaturejh
ClUltrCtOD. Lll.tur.
Order In Telegraph next four ahall publish this less Is embraced under said certificate amount of I.r catlbutln .UI 'o three-fourth ol to the Election of Circuit Judge P'. tn ..ne* o Secretary 0 Stat right of .ml.hm..C-
laauea. fished heir House B. IT 1941A i
Witness hand and No. 172. by the In .Ie. to each shall de- RXSOLVKD BY THR LBOI3ATtTRm tided' ". 1Dr ,
seal at ,;Starke my Florida this official WVs; of NW<4 of SE 4- Ex. about ; pursuant to Mid Chapter 1M99. ball trmln. an amergency requiring OF T STATK OP FLORIDA Week sirenS t 0.,1l
2nd. IUI.IOFFICIAI.. October 10 A sold Divers Persons ,Hoc.; 321 be taken and deemed .* In earl decision by the elector ol tn. that Article the Constitution JOINT RESOLtrnON Proposingan may from ti \UIIb.

.. SEAL) A.I.; Thomas Twp II H. It 23 K.. containing 10 computing the monthly anuot distributable State ..I.t an amendment c this :.h.*.. St. of FlorIda o* amended n* Amendment to Article of the ths LeI.1It"rl't"P.o"e

A. Clerk of amid Court. 10-9 4t 10.30 acre. moro or loss I* embraced according to Cn."tUtOD dealing with the .ubJe tnet an additional Section Constitution of the Stat V1 Florida. II 0.
under said certificate No. 314. tion. Such fund. so distributed ball I m.ttr emergency ma, pro to. b* "DOw a* Section 48 of said Relating to County and Municipal
1 A In SW Cor of KV of NWH be administered by the State Board posed and U the proposed Amendment Article relating to the Election of Clr- offlc StCtl

IV 4'IHri'IT .Ot'sir. BRADFORD of 8KV Sec. 32 Twp. S ft R. 22 E.. Administration nrlnaftet 0 b..e to by a, three-fourths rot mil Judge b.and the same Is hereby. l.mmIDte. .
('OUlilT Y. sV.OMIUA vided. members elected grd BBJT ENACTED BT TITS LBOtS- 111.
| IN: VUANCERY. containing 1 Acre more or less I I. to each to shall be submitted to -

embraced under said certificate No. (b) The Ooverno. a* Chairman the Rouse the same. .h.1 b* entered upon the elector of the State *f Florid LAT.. .THE STAT ..FLORID
Paul K. Fisher Plaintiff "... Kllaa- 317.Lot. State Treasurer and the Slat their respective J.n.1 with the vea for ratification or rejection at the S Ar A JOINT
beth Muriihv Flutter Cmp and a.,. aeneral tide Vin of the Constitution 01
Defendant. 5. 1 of nik. I Lincoln City troller shall constitute a bod at the Election held on the the Amendment !"
Case No. 2UO.ORDEH Hoc. $l Twp. 6 same session the shall ftm C D State ot Florid relating to Countyand
In em provide Tuesday of the COUt
porate known a* the 'State Lttot Monday tide XVI
UP PimLlCATION braced under .:14Rc"'r lc'; : No. Board OIAdIO wblcD Board for a .pla.Ietlon t D beld n November. 112..fe a* tnt: Uunftlpal Government to b* Ida. Relating C .,
ANn numbered
NOT1O13 TO APPKAU 319. not 1 lees than Seclton II of said Article with
STATE OF FLORIDA .n.1 t all the power cntr one oln.t Sction 4. CIII Judge vni. and the same la hereby agreedto i of Coroomtlon. BriertiRpal.
to: Kllsabetlt Lot 8 of IWlc. 8 Lincoln City. Sec. authority the statutory bunde day after ad n..n.n.r ah.1 b lions fnr R'l"0,
36lh Murphy Avenue.Fisher Jackion Number Height!*J1IV-.. 32 TwN.said certificate. R. 21 K.,No.I I. embracedunder of .Admlolt.CO.. to Sid Board &a notice" thereof at 'o "ublc.to o .Iet. a b theIr'eted respective Qu.lf.d i ot .b.1 b state* submitted for ratification to the elector o- education"! LIl,
320. .Ie Cbariwbl
( ue.nm t"nty> Lung Island, NewYO'II The assessment of the said. .may I .ddlton upon it by p... theotanagemens. Ion the proposed Amendment "relte. other State aDd County rejection at the next general .I.cto o REP')1 "
prop are elected..
York.r to be rrLATURB VE
erty under said certificate No. t6. control and supervision submitted to the elector ol the State held In November. 1942; wi us Bfo

are required: to appear on and 172 were In the name of Oeo. of the proceed ot said two I act cent for approval orrejection: provided mflaii The' .tint electIon of Circuit Judges Section 11. The County Commissioners OP 1.Tl flit.smendment
November 2nd, I94S. In the above F. Y" the of said that If a election of Represen b bald *t the of Dad Section I
iini assessmenr of said is. and all and other .enera. In Gn.ra Eetloo who .hal b te 9eCttat
named Court and cause, wherein property under said certificate. No.Prompt asset which on the mObe..hetl.... dale tative I* within said period 1848 t lake offc o lit elected at the Count c"n.tlutlnD "
such ruesday 'eton the
0 Amendment shall XVI
Ibis amendment .fe ti. Monday Immediately
are applicable .ubmlt. I. .hal latifl1 "
--p---- ---- 0 to the Mentor at bnnlnt of Florida rl 1 ,
--- ------- ____-p.- __- become .Pplc.bl. to the bond the at such I.bera o. lanl. IHt. of .1. years th.1' I.rm orlc. of .
o tion. er"rUn
I ..r ountl. thIs State, any 1. t..r.. all such office aa they n Com property
i ."Ia r.d bridge district or If a majority ot the elector voting severally exist at the time missioners' District to be numberedby exemption" ro.I .
adoption '"'
Service Careful Drivers I .pl.' taxing district upon the proposed Amendment snail of this Amendment shall b the said ComIlone. from on* olclpal :
tb.r. and
ie prio to July 1931. fo adopt the Amendment the same shall they are hereby .xt.nde to t five d.Un.. the or "
.d hereby
bridge become part ot thla "b.te on the first boundaries same I*
: The Constitution tb* of such In such ." to .1.
"Bono .fpe shall .oe Tt Amendment shall not be held fIrst Monday In January 1949.IPProveil manner aa to D.tIC the re- h. submit' t. .<
-..". Smerrant.* noIre see other -ea> ee 'r snvwlne stf.ct ..< : by the Governor. June II. oectlv District .tIID follow' State of the nrdto .

Starke lo ot inaebtednea isnisH lo rosa existing p"llO o the Constitution a. of the Mid Dis rejection .t 1942:
Taxi !
Cml.ton. ''n
ServicePhone beth .
bridge purpose by any count* or relating S Amcm..nte. but shall b* luns I 0 Secretary 01 State. .hall b 5ectiflflthe U
specIal road and bridge regarded which : : he tiC .
district or .ddJlDa m.Uo 13 Uf was on the r', day April. or
Other special Amendment th. Conttipitmflfl
taxing district outstanding 1941. embraced Election Precinct
O JU" 1st. 1113 or an.* re- Approved b.* th* G..ro. May 6 aDA JOINT RK80LUTTON Proposing numbered J 39. laelue. ida be amended .
fundlne .. Said Amendment to Article and such S follow
Sixteen of
150 shall Board. .Count the Statutory o&r 0 IH'e ta of .Sen, .State. May t the Conatitutio .0| "'od.">f adding "loCI.. p SO. Jelon SI. "Section Ueorporntloni "' "

Omtlon.n thereto an Permit : _" the western shore of BUean J'eorportlnn .

.Bond. _.Trustees_ 1 a _otber ting the Llt Idlto., 1 ..ta. B__._ Ba*. all ..tblt"P b* a resolution '' "an .
u-.7 VIJWIM sac A JOINT RESOLUTION 01 ReT of the hto barer> Mat c
arldl Proposing \. I
Day Night dl.tlc_and_other special taxln dt aa Amendment to Article of the l.tlOI to the > r R I"io.- of. said County Caat.aopt OmmIMlo. .uia o Pord. I.fo1l .
.ll Nard to Constitution of the Stat W"t. Fish and Bali NO .
Product. "
bond ( 0 POld W.t : d./t 'ul ... .
levy Relative a "
ad .. .aep U. DWe e to th $Bxeeutl I .o ComlloD, .'
p from .s> .pl" by Adding thereto an Additional Sec 5* BY Anotherof the tail snail ieee ".otl.n .
pp-------4 all said Doardl and take over lion to Create a Game and fresh l.ATUR.g OP TUB STATI T LII comprise the lr. Dar ad the he'd n." t. .

op. dom.o. and record Wsrer Fish Commission., tuJo.' Article Sixtse 01 10RD' trt. .1st day '0.' ""..Irt'
cr. .me Said Board R SOLVD BY '941. '. .n'.Ip
JSLX1" TITI LEGIS 01 the State of embraced tn Commis .ntft.
.&al .I.. the power from time t LATOR OP TS1TAT FLORIDA- u. Plol. b sioners'. District No. 4 and Omm' '. *. '.
issue .
SAFE! tm refunding bnd e That the lolowa" aa.-WB.-rv3. adl- sioners' District S. aa d I noses :.
FAST! within the Amedm.a 0 I i
COMFORTABLE! for any of said frt outstanding rest Artlcl IV OODttto of ..C 3 o. rat II authortaing. Boon of the Minutes of the Cat I ".e shall ",? _
C of Florida "
& Commissioner .
oe Interest rla. t Eiecutlv Lll.tu power 01 said ". '
thereon 0" o
cur:. and to *e- Department thereto an rl. regulatlon .I- W4 at 0 rnn.litutanproved '
b* oledir of relasihg e.1 the 0.-
anticIpated additional b.

AND ECONOMICAL taxes from to ucn be gasoline o other Section 90 of : rj to": .A'oa..tOD.at of sell ID a water fish t DVc Anothe eal said CmIlte ,
f..1 to uch rot: DrOuC c"r. 111. .
: Herein dltbu.P' not a Oam Inl Wa mlloD .ld ..b o hereby Om. to f. deS n Anvil ?l nte
at "'dP Du mlMlol and to and embraced District II.
a ape
srestet rat* I b.rb CommlMloe' time !
o tac..r. said tr and shall b*> .1.1 b ebmtt to No 1. "P** e.
RIDE THE BUSSES exchange now bear Issue. Mil or the Electors of She nbml" c for .1. :o t. rlold. of the minute d."..'f B.Commissioners The votessaid ..od.

on behalf ot anVerninr Pod. r1".tOD o rejectiOn e 9TOP'
unit th. 0 fo ratification or rejection & of 0". at nag 104et .
ro sole JetO t b. held I I.ta"o"
Courteous said bnd iMued b."D. ,f Nlr.. On.. nectlon ,so held en the fIrst Te. &te the first O t. eeo. and also all t. territory whichwas ravnajn.thereof.. ." ll-b I
Correct Information .,1 o Tuesday after first Uoalu I on the "
Monday I first of "
and follows 1.T' '
rd brld district, or In November .. follows- 12. : I In meetlonr A"rll 191. reii ..lon* forlbs
SectIoo "
Given specie taxlna district thereof i Section .30 11 Prom and after JanHr 3 1. Lt.tu ma., abrl to a. b. sided be lee
You At = otl>rr fuel *5* otlclpatloo vest to .. inelu.Ive. eels ete or Pord.D
hearth* interest 1 1943 the m.n..mP't.. flow Created .. CommllO. .by the aforesaid >">. t *
at not may 1m But
mor three IIInet cent net annum !L eonserreton .1.110 o bJ' I. authority t make and ea '. ".'
UNION 'BUS STATION m such denomination manrlna bll gameFur Dalnl r. and nl.tloN establish Another 0'the saM Dtc .hr and r
fh Stat WlhOI
? at such time within nttt w.t.fb. U. r" -p o the Bt 0
.rtr W'Ue ;
0501 reap period u the Board mae Poc_ ti .u.tO.establish to the 000a.rvation sail _nltln. .* l11*. .." !
determln In addition to exeretoin O.. _. of end salt ..t 0 t ll In Cpmnu_toner A"I. "br S '

tanrtuartea. PruC.-
the power* now ".tM" ref* OF deeerlhed Book Minutes U OSAt
prold4 by ataiut ether Ap". te Oovernot Jon I P" of the a .
.ta a' now 1 1 C Count the CDh e.li.r of ald t

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?icy Quigley Improves r Brooker Brevities GRAHAM LAWTEY Dally, Tuscaloosa, Ala.; Cpl. and I

Auto AuditoriumMr. By Mrs. L. C. Smith By.... K. CarradtneDiSESTU.tRSKE Mrs. R. K. Jones, Hattleeburg, .'
ern Miss; Lt, and Mrs. R. Brown,

B baa set anew and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, Mrs. J. A. Graves has returned ; Knoxville, Tenn., and S.t. and I
joun lly Mm. L. O. Hazen BR1IH3K CLUB
| S tar k .-<*>Blng sponsors of the Gospel Tabernacleat after spending several weeks Mrs. Laura Manning announcesthe Mrs. Charles Walp, Zanesvllle, i
,In winter a.nimer' the corner of Madison and IIALLOWK'E.V: CARNIVAL The Bridge Club met at the with her brother 1 n Daytona marriage of her ton, Corp. Ohio. Welcome folks E
afternoons home of Mrs. B. F. Hazen Thursday -
But necessity Cherry streets, are having D. A. Murphy Disc. to Miss Cecilia Stal- Miss Arthurlne Blanchard accompanied
him because of lack Judd contractor, completely rebuild The contest for King and Queenof afternoon, Oct. 15. Several Mm Lizzie Dryden) of Starkeis arske of Holyoke, Mans, on Oct. by Mr. and Mrs. J. B. "i

L Eastern Auto store the auditorium by remov- the Halowe'en Carnival is cre- progressions were played, high visiting her son-in-law and 1. Dye of Fort Lauderdale spent the I
Richard V. St. ing the old frame building and ating much interest. The elimination score going to Mrs. Ralph Hazen, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry week-end with the parents of
B son, of the lower contestants and consolation p r I a e to Mrs. Truby Griffis returned to his
erecting one of concrete blocksIn Starling for a few days. Minis Blanchard and Mrs. Dye,
De weekdtoeattend left the Emery Hazen. The'hostess served Camp at Virginia Beach
following boys and girls Sunday
aa lt place. Several months agoa Mrs. Lonnie Hinds has returned Mr. and Mrs., A. M. Blanchard.
n competing for this honor: fruit cocktail and cake to her after spending a ten-day furlough
outside the new Sunday School building after several
ends" was spending weeks with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. McCloud
For Senior guest with his Mr. and Mrs.
erected at the Queen-
rear of the audi- Nor aunt, Mrs. Martha Scott In Jr., R. W. McCloud Sr., Mra O.
Green Walter Griffis.
Govern- torium at an expenditure of approximately Mary Ellen Waters Minnie QUILTING PARTY ENJOYED Daytona Beach
attending a L. Johnson, Mrs. Dlzell, and Clarence
school In Tallahaasee. I2.0OO. At least $1- Lou Hazen. Velelta 'Hodgesand I The Ladles Sewing Club, met Pvt. Lonnia Hinds has been Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford spent McCloud all of Jacksonville,

finishes: a 3-months 600 will be expended on this latest Lorle Stokes. at the club house! Tuesday, Oct. transferred from Camp Robinson, I Sunday and Monday here with were visitors here Sunday at the

It (Is likely that he Improvement, with more to follow rlsh.For Juanita Junior Queen-Joan Par- ,13 for an all-day quilting. After Ark., to California. !I their respective parents residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. M.

I three months' con- later.The Feagle Myrtle Pad- I several: busy hours, a covered Mr. and Mrs John Willis are Miss Betty Brlghtwell returned Blanchard t

|Le a in Daytona Beach auditorium will be the gett Crosby.For Ann. Crosby, Betty Joe :dish luncheon was served. The the proud parents of a baby boy : to Jacksonville Monday after Pvt. and; Mrs. Harold Leech

imd up his training for same size as before, with a special Senior Hicks hostesses for this meeting were born Oct. 15. spending several days with Mr PIttsburg. Pa., and Mrs. Donald
In the Army bye ventilating system where the win King-Ned Mrs". Gano, Mrs. Long and Miss Mrs. O. O. Graves and Mrs. and Mrs. Louis H. HILL 1
Corps Dewitt Padgett, E. W. Hodges. I Tldwell. Tennessee; PFC and NIs.:
| I e vision for three dows will be a tat ionary. with For Junior King-Allen Lewis, Lubedla Plnholater. The next A. T. Gaudloso were visiting In We are happy to announce the i Kenneth Hodson Franklin, bid., '

jDeland. vents above and below, thus let- Markalee Moody, Clyde White meeting will be at the home of Gainesville Thursday of last coming out of John Shuford. For 'and PFC'and Mrs. Jesse Porter,
ting In the ,cool air at the bottom and Gerald Mrs. G. W. Hazen. weeic.Mr.. some months John has been com- North Carolina are among the
and letting out the Gay Miss Thomas of and Mrs. David Durbin and
Lines hot air Myrtle Grahamis pletely camouflaged by a growthof latest military arrivals ''here.
i at the top. It will also have All entries for the parade Hal visiting her grandmother, Mrs. children of Jacksonville were hair that would put an alrdale

esidence obscure glass. I lowe'en night must be ready by Alice Thomas. visiting MI'... Durbln's mother, to shame. For some unknown Permits
The auditorium will seat"around 6:00: P. M. Saturday Oct. 31. The Mrs. C. Fogg over the week-end. reason John refused to get his Building
manager, has parade creates much excitementand Mrs. Tom Markey and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Duff
Linesy 400 persons; but with the new Abernathyand hair cut, claiming he could duck Carrlo Small, colored on October -
Oscar Rimes
| the Orange will be were vlsjtlng their
for many prizes awarded. Jean
loud speaker system installed daughter Betty were back Into its protective folds
a comfortable resl-, Please be on time.A sister Mrs. Dukes, ,at. Dukes Station visiting the former's mother, Mrs 10 secured a permit for
sometime ago 75 more may hear when Home unwelcome caller came
Mr and Mrs. S. O.!I from the Sunday School auditorium beautiful quilt will be given Sunday. Cordllla Abernathy, who la seriously around. But today, his locks $100 to build a residence 18x20of

iioor to their home ont and 300 or 400 more from away by the P. T.-A. 2nd Class Petty Officer Ivan ill in Jacksonville.Mr. shorn he la readily recognized by concrete blocks on Moge Gra
in the southeast Hazen of 'Tampa and wife of
> seats outside, Mr: Quigley said. and Mrs. Klvlu Woodard all. Congratulations t on this l great ham's lot In Reno;
U.n. W A. Turner MTTLKVOMKN MEET Jacksonville were visiting the former's
and children of Jacksonville are
In addition to the occasion.
new auditorium On October 12 J. T. Quigley secured
knlc for the Company, The Little Women's Club held parents here Sunday. visiting Mr. and Mrs. p O. Star-
Mr. Quigley is building a Friends f Among the new military couples permit for $1,500 to replace -
and small daughter, meeting Wednesday night, Oct. 0 Corp. Mozelle for few
ling a days
|, moved Into the new study on the second floor of the 14 at the club house. Several Galney who was seriously' wounded Mro. Seth Robert of Brooker residing In Luwtey are Tech. Sgt. frame tabernacle with con-

Way. Sunday School building. Just tables were set up for bunco, high in action somewhere In Australia Is several with and Mrs. T. 1) Haltftead, Doth an, crete block, on the corner .of
spending days
Lners to Starke above the well-equipped office. prize going to Miss Eva Fay will be glad to know that Mrs. Roberts Ala.; 1st Sgt. and Mrs. George Madison and Cherry streets.
came Later on he plans to build Mr. and C. B.
lionvUle, where Mr. a Galney and low to Miss Winifred he continues to improve
balcony In the auditorium.
t an employe of Flor- Crosby The hostesses, Mrs. El- Mrs Ralph Seville and children SAMPSON CITYBy

Lines; but they are don Hardy and Mrs. Jack Keene, and Mrs. Morley and children I 'r I r
Mro. !H.! B. Jones
Young Men Wanted
finally from South ferved hot chocolate and cookiesto of Gainesville were visiting

The War Department has just their guests. Mrs. Cason and family here Mon- Mra. Alice Oliver of Jackson-

authorized the enlistment of an day.G.. ville spent last week here with
Mrs. E. J. Hazen and children
Improved unlimited number of young men, B.. Feagle of Montlcello was her daughter, Mrs. Eaton Brown. J'I
and ?Mrs. Ralph Hazen' were shop-
18 and 19 years old, for direct visiting his family' here over the Mrs W. H. Smith and children,
ping In Gainesville
Lei Colson has greatlyhis assignment to units of Infantry, week-end. Joan and Richard spent Friday
dental offices In Cavalry Field Artillery Engineers Mr and Mrs Jack Keene and Gene Long of Jacksonville hat* and Saturday In Jacksonville with

building at 129 E. Call Signal Corps, Air Force, baby daughter, Carolyn Elaln, are been visiting his parents here fora Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs R. C.Weaver. .

lib the help of his car- Armored Forces, Quartermaster, visiting relatives. In Ft. Myers. few. days. .1 WEDNESDAY 1NURSDAIJ

hew. Clyde Colson, heto Ordnance, Chemical Warfare Mrs.. Jack Roberts and baby Ralph Wetherlngton was visit. J. C; Sapp was a business MOHDM TUESDAY

reception rooms and Medical Corps and Military Po son and Mrs. dussle Feagle were Ing his parents .,ai'., New Beach visitor! to Jacksonville Saturday.

bin; rooms (one each lice. All applicants will be assured shopping In Gainesville Monday. over the, weetf-pgT:. Mr''. Josie Williams had as din-

( and colored), and a of assignment to the branch ner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.T. .

they select. All Interested young C. Thomas and daughters Mr.
ordered brand new men Should communicate with or and M..... Lewis and son' of Pa'
I for white patients and, apply in person to Aviation Cadet By AIlMn Ida IIlIICanM. latka. Mrs. O. Thomas and son of

Mace newly painted and Examining Board 331 Poptofflce: CHALLENGE TO and Mrs. Blanton Ousley, Fort Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Fred a week-end You'll be helping trips whenever everybody possible.if you That's avoid

lit would do credit toro Building. Gainesville, Fla. WOMEN "o'unsContinued : who have been in Virginia for W. Ellis and son of Gainesville. the time when travel facilities are most)

y. All red tape has been eliminated ( from last week) the past few months, are guestsof Horace Vnrnes of Brunswick crowded--the only time when many wart

such as: Letters of recommendation The very next day a national their relatives. Miss Ida Ha- Ga., spent the week-end with his workers and men on furloughs; can go., I IElio"

PARTSTORS and police reports; notarIzation party convention was held In the gan and Mrs. H. D.:. May, enrouteto parents. UNION BUS STATION
of their home In Perrine. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Warren of aTEMI'L.
parents' or guardians'signature same city and adopted exactlythe
AUTO GLASS and the 30-day limit on kind of platform the women JLmmle Swindell left Saturdayfor Pal a t k a, Mr. and Mrs Ray ShaWo .: AVKNUK: PHONE 147

I FOR CARS AND the of such Goodge, Mr. and Mrs. Doc Warren Lacy Conway AgentyrSliaff87t119' ;
validity signatures. favored. It was the same party Texas where he will serve in ,
ICKS IN ANY and Mr and Mrs. L B. Harperof
first declared for
that had the armed forces.
ON WE BUY and for I Starke enjoyed a picnic sup
Kingsley Baptist woman's suffrage fought Mra. j
Mildred Burke and sister,
& Lake
: it through all the years of its. per on Sampson Saturday.
Services are now being held at Miss! Elizabeth Phillips spent last Riley Sweat and family have I
unpopularity. It was the ,
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church Saturday in Gainesville. moved back to Sampson City
Autos !
$2:&>> up party.
every Sunday. Sunday School at Frank Kelsay, who la servingin from Starke.
SKINSro 10 A. M., Supt.' Master Sgt. R. But,_ In .sorrow we record the the Army. spent. Wednesdaynight I
W. Middleton. Preaching at 11 fact that you did not In any of last week with his par-

PARTSof A. M., by the Rev. H. M. Tlll- number support this party. Had ents, Mr. and Mrs. A, H. Kel-
Town on Road IS you done so, only two million of
man, pastor.
t you, could have stopped repeal say.Mrs.
J. L. High tower, who has
and laid the foundation for a vic-
been visiting her brother, D. J.
torious party of new governmental -
COMPLETE LINE OF MILITARY ideals and purposes. Phillips for the past week, returned -
to Lawtey Sunday
SUPPLIES Women Voters l>ec lved
Mrs. Emma Davis of Green
[TOE SERVICE MEN OF CAMP BLANDINGWE What occurred to prevent the Cove Springs spent last week

OFFER FAIREST PRICES AND carrying out of your Declarationof with her brother, S. R. Swindell. .You can
FRIENDLY SERVICEP. Independence? What preventedyour Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Brown .

leaders from Inaugurating and children and Clyde Brown .

S. STORES Inc. the rebellion against the two old and Mrs. Smith of Hellbronn it time
parties? What stopped you from Springs were week-end guests of spot every

TWO STORES TO SERVE"YOU voting a protest vote? It was the Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hall.
old fallacies that
Standing Center Bus Station have tame long political deceived the men vot- Mrs. Alice M. Jones entertained TT TAKES "know how" to do a job right. The makers

And ers end kept them In line when Miss Ida Hagan? rs. J. L. High- JL of Coca-Cola have specialized In knowing howto
\ 115 W. Call St., Starke, Fla. their better principles led themto tower, Mrs. Holland i and Mrs, B.
Burke at her: home on' Crystal produce refreshment.
revolt. It was the Idea that
Lake, Thursday of last week.
moral issues must give way to Coca-Cola Is a quality drink carefully made...
material ones, that you can't win Mrs. Beck and' brother, Jesse r ?

We Do Superior\Work- with a minority party, and that Thomas were business visitors to with years of experience behind it. A finishedart

CALL FOR AND DELIVER you might throw your vote away. Green Cove Springs Monday. in Its making, unknown to others, gives
The fact Is that every woman's After spending several weeks
vote and every "dry" vote whichwas here with her parents Mr. and Coca-Cola an unmatched taste-appeal withan

For Better Cleaning =: cast for a major-party ticketIn Mrs. S. R. Swindell, Mrs. W. C. unmistakable after-sense of refreshment. '
1932 and since, was not only Rhoden left last week to.Join her
thrown away, but was cast for husband who Is stationed at A blend of special essences adds to the '

TRY THE the other side because it was a Camp f Rucker, Ala. goodness of Coca-Cola an extra somethingthat

NEW METHOD CLEANERS vote ress. against So came prohibition repeal and of prog the PINE LEVEL everybody welcomes.

Mr. 18th Amendment. Ity Mrs. II. M. McRae More than thirst-quenching
and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Owners just ,
Concluded next week)
pie e Your Patronage Phone (Furnished and paid for by the Rev. W E. Hall filled his regular ice-cold Coca-Cola is the drink that
Appreciated T. U.) appointment at Pine Level
S'arke! W. C. into refreshing enerlltll'efreshment *
Church last week-end with a goes

-y'a'"'eIWAYWaWI' ''''''''.W..YAIWIWWyyeaNIIWW4YIWI4NIYlaalWlWaanIWUNYIWWIYpYIpWWWYLIIIW. ..... .., .. .''' WNWnIIIPoIII11Wa4aNe, SUNNY BROOK FARM large congregation: "" and baptism pleasantly lingers,
P Sunday afternoon. He left Mon-
By Miss Anal CrosbyMr. day morning ,fdr 'Zephyr Hills, reminding you that content

oldiers Civilians where he Is conducting a ,revival when con-
And and Mrs. Claude Moore of ment comes you
jl jlI meeting.Mr. .
Tampa and Fred Halslop are enjoying nect with a CokeS
I At a two weeks' vacation In and Mrs. A. F. Hall and
ways Welcome Chicago, PI. children of Jacksonville spent the *

Tlnkey Tillman of Tampa Is week-end here with relatives.

visiting his grandparents. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Lewis W.rtimelimhsthe supply of CocaCola.ThoM .

MICKEYSSERVING I I and Mrs W. R. HaWon. and little daughter of Jackson time when you cannot get It,
ville and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow
Mrs. Otla Crawford, Mrs. C. C. retnern b ri Coke,being 6 rtt choice,tells
and M.... Amanda Silcox Thomas and baby of Rising were J
Crosby and visiting friends here Sunday aft- oat fir...Ask for It each time.No matter how short
were visiting In Lake Butler
Alachua Tuesday.Mrs. ernoon. the supply,the quality of Coca-Cola carries on.

,- I H. B. Kelly and sons. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Warren

Vincent and Johnny Mack are and daughter, Blanche, of WorthIngton ,

FANCY WESTERN CHOPS & STEAKS, I visiting friends and relatives In Springs were dinner guestsof :
Jacksonville. Mr. Kelly is' employed Mr. and Mrs. D< 0. Kelly Sun-
PLANK STEAKS FOR PARTIES, ITAL- I at Brunswick, Ga. day. They also attended church f

'IAN SPAGHETTI & MEAT BALLS, t Mrs.. Otis Crawford left Fridayto here and Mrs. Warren met many
Join her husband, who Is stationed old friends that she had not seen
GARDEN FRESH VEGETABLES r at Fort Bragg, N. C. for several year* She taught

HOME BAKED ROLLS AND Mrs. Amanda Silcox of Starke school In Bradford County several -

PASTRIES. spent last week with Mr. and years and will be rememberedas

Mrs. C. C. Crosby. Miss Minnie ..ParrUh.T .

I Mrs. LInnle Tomlinson of Lake J. Letchworth of Greenville o

Butler spent last week with her was visiting his daughter, Mrs.D. :
WAYS parents. Mr.\ and Mrs. 3. N. Kelly G.. Kelly last week '
BEST TilE MARKET Mrs. J. C. Kelly and son, Robert, Mrs. J. D. Dobbs and children .
f and Mrs. Marcus Conner and of Palatka spent' Saturday night When the whistle blows for lunch,workers 1

daughter, Janice,' were visitingthe with her sister, Mrs. B. .M. Mc- make a bee-line for the red cooler that
former's parents Mr. and Rae. hold Ice-cold Coca-Cola.Coke Is the per.
lickeys Cafeteria Mrs. A. L. Drlgger In Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae and feel partner of good thing to eat. The best is always the better buy

I Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Han were
Mrs. Trudie Crosby of Bald visiting Mr. and Mrs Owen Mc
Blanding Center Starke, Fla. win was visiting friends and relatives Rae at Hampton Monday after OTTIID UNOt AUTHOIITV. Of THI COCA.COIA COMPANY *V

-- ... here Monday and Tuesday noon. '
Uea'peRaal aiwa.e Yln'MlenlpAeArNaIION'R'M'a'M' !' !! n'.qp-npMmneMNrantll: I STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY


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the County Judge of Bradford 1943, which Is the 7th., day of ZI
OAK J OF THANKS I RED CROSS when disaster strikes I n our Toby, K. Riles Roberts, RemovedO Removed (County Florida at hie office In cemher I84S. I
Dated this S2nd. .
at day of
midst that you as a trained Staff J. II. Rye, Removed the ('(oIIr!hOIlM" of said County !I 7
We wish to express our sincere APPEAL Assistant will be able to help J. fi. Ryel'allle Removed Stance' month Florida from within the time eight of calendar the- OKFICIAL SEAL) A. J. b

gratitude for the many kindnesses I lye, Removed publication" of thla notice.Kach Clerk of Circuit Court of t.
with those three things 110. necessary John II. Htrlckland DeadCliff first Florida h
be In County
nhall 1023t
demand '
claim or .
shown UK during our recent sorrow (Continued from page one) In emergency-FOOD., F. Steadmun.Smith' Removed.Prceinr1 RemovedK .. writing and shall state the place I I""N'
CLOTHING AND SHELTER. h Clarke of residence and pool office addreaof NOT I O H '
bereavement due to the No. a-Soul J
and taken prisoner. YOUR son, YOUR Ch.,,'..,, M. PhllllpM, I KuilPrerlart the claimant, and l shall be sworn I October Slat., :. '' .|
utlmely death of our beloved son husband. ", YOUR brother. If you Your AMERICAN RED CROSS <\"... H-HrookerE to .by the claimant, a B e n t.claim or Bradford County, Florida .I
for the CHAPTER IN STARKE makes ). K. Ivey. Removed their such NlTlC B IS HKKKHY UIVKN
and brother, many Chairman mand: nnotfiled shall be ur
knew that by.calling: your Lee H. !Myem Removed or e pursuant to Section 0 of
beautiful flowers. -- Mrs, VIla of Staff Assistance you could these things possible! III"' A. M. omeen Removed void. I I 182A6 Law of Florida, Acts of tim t
Dyul and family. him You( are now offered a definite R. T. OBteen, Den.ileraid Myrtle Jackson Carpenter known aa the MUHPHY ACT, : :
get a package or message to ( Roberts, RemovedW. Aa executor following described land In '
that In some way you could ease opportunity to make yourself a C. Ward Removed 10.23 4t 10-U I ford County, Florida, will be I' I kr,
War Worker and not a War Mamie Ward. RemovedC. 1 ed. for Male at pUbllu outcry for
the strain of being a prisoner M. Ward. RemovedH. l.\ t'lIK ('OI'MT OF TUB rOt' .TVKI.Olili'lA. highest and bent cash bid I! : : .
the enemy, would you hesitate to Talker J. ward, llemoveil RItAIFORD 'O"\j'I'Y.! to the right of the- trustees of \, |,I!,
Maggie Ward Removed IN tMIOHVTH Internal improvement Fund to I
call? Then why hesitate to be- WAAC CURTAINSMrs. Richard Ward Removed In r..:: Kxtate: of ject any and all bids, at the '! J
W bp/1 come one of those ACTIVE Further notice la given that the J. C. Manning house beginning at 10:00 oil
Glen Duke chairman of Board' of County Comnh."lon..r.Will A. M. on the 21st., day of .
t 1 STAFF ASSISTANTS, who make the Red Cross production room, be In enBlon nn Saturday October TOCBALL'CREDITOR'S AND PER- her A. D 1942. Easement for I ;,
few at 10:00 o'- CLAIMS OR DEMANDS right of 200 feet wide '
possible this service. A 31, A. D. 1943. SONS' HAV1NO way will 1
announces that the sewing period clock A. M. to restore such names AGAINST SAID ESTATE: reserved from any parcel ::;
1t hours of your time now, a Oct. 22, will be devotedto an have been erroneously atrlcken You and each of ;you are hereby which there Is an existing
to either Mrs. Epperson of Mm on from the said book I notified. and required to present Hood. ,
making'curtains for the wardat W. U, Edwards, Chairman any claim and demand -which One Acre : N 'side a
Smith and you will know that lined the Hoard of County; CommlaiilunersATTKST you, or either of you, nutty 'have 8KH of NWJ4 a'Ea.o and tao
someone's son, husband brother Camp Blanding by against ,the estate of J. (.. Man- joining Road Sec 26. Twp 7'tilt't.. ..
WAAC'a during their period of In- (OFFICIAL SEAT.) A. J. Thoman.Clerk .'I fling, deceased. late of Bald ( ollnly.t It. 22 K, 1 Acre &r
Is given help. YOU( will also have duction. This Is for Fri Hoard of County CornmlaKlonerx. the County Judge of Bradford Fracl. NW'4' of ink. 2 S of R 2 ..
1aP the satisfaction of knowing that' project It County, Florida, at his office In Com. at NW Corner of BIk :
day only and Mrs. Duke urges I the Courthouse of Bald County at run H 110 ft to land deeded
JJ her helpers to turn out. iv rIlU..T roi KT, IIIIAUPOIIHCKHV. Starke Florida, within eight calendar K. Jones, thence K along ..
month from" the time of the line of Jones land 350 ft It
19 1'114 -
notice.Kach {tine
first publication of this N along public road to
IMPORTANT MEETING: ; V. Wllhert. Plaintiff v... claim or demand shall b" In tween Hlks U 3, thence W I .
AliAl Harry
A meeting of the Executive Mary Wllbert. Defendant. CHUB No. writing and hall state' the placeof said. line to beginning In I
residence and post office adclrens Sub-DIv, Sec. 21, Twp 18.. II. :
Committee, V o I u steers Special I 2173.ORDER OF PlinMCATION of the .claimant and shall he sworn E. 2: Acres '
Services American Red Cross, AND NOTICK TO APPEAR to by the. claimant. accent or at- TRITSTKKS OF INTERNAL All!
Help Them Clean the Blood STATE' OF FLORIDA to: MaryWllhert torn -y, and any such claim or demand PKOVKMKNT FUND OF Ii
of Harmful Body Waste will be held at 10 o'clock Tuesday whose residence' IM 9211'/, not 1 morning, Oct. 27., at head Venire Boulevard Los Angeles, Cal D"'LhlnnlnlC' : A. J. Thomas, Agent kin11'
Your kldneyl are constantly flltaingw..t.m.U.r'ram Iforn 110. AB admlnlBtratrlx. IU-23 4t 11-13 1. I. Fund, Bradford County
t1 the blood stream. But quarters In the '
A kldn.y.oom.tm..l.llln their work-do armory You are. required to appear on ;PPI.ir 'TH>.\ '
to Derember 7th., 1942 In the above SOTKK OF \OTKU 0 AFPMAH TO ) : '
Nature Intend.d-Iall to remove ,
Policy not act a. L'I'lt I)KKIenatr > IV TIIK ('lli1'1'1'l IIT
that if retained may named Court and eauxe, wherein .. ... ..
th..y.t.m and upset" to. wboU NCCS Sponsors Program plaintiff seek divorce.. Uiaxltonl < Hill % llllXOtlCH >ltVEN.. till 4IF'1)BI. rorvrv.' ..CU.' .. b
Body I'ounty Telegraph. shall publlHh this IS HKRBTiY 11.1.1'R MlillLK PALM1C11, It
lit Symptom machinery.may be nailing backache, Miss Thelma Boltln of Gainesville Orclor In next four weekly Ueuen.WltneNN That Stafford' L. Crew holder' of I tiff, ,
: youur perslMent i huadache.attacka: of dlnlnwe my hood and official Tax Certificate. No. 2Bt! Issued thei v*. No. 1480 : nF
letting up nlKhu., awelllni, pualnsueunder will entertain service men seal at Htarke, Florida thla October i i 1 2n<1., tiny of dentemher' I D. 1940.and JIM C. PALMER Defendant. :lilt t
._ of has filed name In my office THE HTATH OF FI.OHII'A-TO: .
the a feeling 22n / j
Personal Needs anxiety and lees of pep and atrength.Other with monologues a t a program (IH..U.Ii\I.I4IoAI.) A. J. Thomas,: ha made application for a tax Jim C. Palmer Company A.. : / >
L aigna of kidney or bladder dla- tonight (Friday) at Camp Blan- AB Clerk of aald Court I i deed to be iBxuecl thereon. Reidcertificate Me order are aometimea burning, scanty; or 10-3 4t 11-13 embraces the following Tex.. I I b
" Charley E. Johns too frequent urination. ding. The program Is sponsoredby described property In the Countyof You are hereby notified that ,11
There should be no doubt that prompt the USO-NCCS. 1'01 TIIK COI'IIT Of TIIK r(>r>TVJi Ml n treatment la wi.., than neglect. teItoan't 'IK.K. lilt"U'OIlU ('ot!'.II" '''. wit: the above entitled cause, and J
Agency ... Pi U.. Doan't have .been winning KI.OHIIM. ''01 IMIOIMTK NK'J of SWH' of NWV4 Sec 2Twp. are. hereby required to file J' '
' new frlenda for more than forty; yearavThey NOTICENOTICE In re: Relate of 8 101, R. 23 ":., containing; 10 I written appearance In said '
8TAUKE. have a natlon-wida reputation.Are acre, more or 1..11.
119 East Call Strwt reoommended by grateful people: the In hereby. given that at David Powell 1. CarpenterDeceaBed. The assessment of the Bald property --,- .-... -,---,-----
IS country over. Act Hour tutgHSarlDOAN meeting of the Hoard of Cnnntv TO ALl. ("RF.DITOn'FANn FURSON'S under the Bold certificate issued -
Telephone 'oinmlNHlonern, In and for Bradford HAV1NO CLAIMS Olt)10;- was In the name ofMrs.. S. EVERY BRANCH OF
Representing rounly Florida held on Wednesday MANDH AGAINST SAID F.STATK: F. MorKan. be
rc SPILLSOwner October 14th, A. D. t942. the You and each of you are hereby Unless said certificate shall
THE TRAVELERS, H.rtfofdCLASSIFIED followlnlnam.." persons were notified and required to present redeemed according to law the
ordered utrlcken from the r"ICI..lra- any claim and demand which you I property described therein wilt he
tlon books of HHId county for the or either of you may have against Bold to the highest" .bidder at the 3n-iuI'
) reanoiiM net oppoKlte each name: the. estate of David Powell Carpenter courthouse door on the first Monday -
Precinct No. 1-I.Hntfr deceased, late of Bald County, In the month of December a neeR.

Martha K. Hlttttx" Dead .._ ._.._ ________ .._ ...,.
II ADS .1 Klazle AiiBtln, Removed __.______ _.._ ._-----------
Sarah Ovemtreet Armstrong, Removed -
R. Li. Batten Dead

t FOR RENT-two furnished bed has gone up $100, but It .Toneph ladle: Cross Cooper, bead Dead MARKET"Fresh
rooms hot water, bath 1-2 la still a bargain! 6-room house Maggie Jonephlne: (Crewn Crew Dead, Dead GO TO C. WALLw

mile: from U. S. O. buildings ont with large lot, 1200. W. T. I'. J. (Curren Removed _
; Route 13, across from Nile Clute Realtor 119 East Call T.otile. Belle Converse, Removed Water and Salt Water Fish Shrimp etc.
I: P. "Inkln. Removed
Owl cafe. Otto Humble. lip St. It Clarence DavlH, Dead Live\ and Dressed Poultry, Fruits and Vegetables Agency ;
Emma Rrwln. Removed
I.. W. Hnfleld, RemovedJoe _
FOR RENT Comfortablu fur- March ff jr jj j---f-r---r f J ff J jJST j orNEWSOME'S f
Frlwn" Removed Constant Service Over 50 Years
fished rooma.-Mrs P. M. Griffin Pullets, large, breed either R n. Flnley Removed

Graham Pla. 10-23 2tp mixed or fullbred.Mrs.. A. L. Ouy. C.Friffo Green RemovedW. Removed MARKETNext

Moltt 605 W. Madison St., John 8. 'llrlfflu, Removed
HELP WANTED-2 Bland ticket Must agentsfor be Starke. ltp I.loiilH R. Orace HaEzard, Removed DeadK Door To New Method Cleaners On Temple Ave. Please Phone 116

Camp Ing. A. Hunter, Removed ,
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draft exempt. Bonded position, J. W. Holmen, Removed ...-i ---n-i !!-.H-.n-ii--"-' '"-"- -
WANTED TO BUY-House trail
Morene Holmes Removed
8-hour tricks light
steady, er.-Guidon Grill Starke. Itp J. W. Johnnon RemovedJim
work. .See Mr. Williams l John, Removed

Orange Lines I ticket office, WANTED TO BUY-Prying or Lee Paul Johnn Jewett, Dead Removed

's Blanding Center. Starke between roasting chickens and turkeys Bennett F. Jackson, Removed
Ijtirretla H. RemovedC.
2 and 4 P. M. It live or dressed, any number Also If, Kitties Jackson Dead

milk fed veal. We pay market T':. Knight, Removed ATTENTION!
HELP WANTED-female ee Inahelle I.anln..d VOTERS
prices. Guidon Grill. It T. A. rondholt Removed
girl wanted by the Rogers Mm W. M. Lang, DeadJ.
Jewelry & Army Store 130 E. I'. I.lnilney Removed
LOST OR STRAYED-One dun- Louie fiche Brown Moore., Removed
Call Street. It ,
colored steer one black Angus T.V.. Milder Removed (
FOR SALE-Plow tools sugar heifer with white face marked T.tirlnda Manning Dead
W. Krvln Norman Dead Florida
mill and boiler.-A. A. Annie, crop under-bit one ear, under Wm. N. Norman Dead A Starke

Lawtey Fla 10-23 2tp slope upper-bit in other.' Branded Iriice Norman Removed: : October 5th., 1942

L. O., looks like L. C. One Calvin A N. Prevatt Pr.vati,t.Dead Dead ? To The Citizens of

4 LOST-$25 reward for return of black cow with brown back Edwin C. Prevatt Dead Bradford County Florida
my white male setter bird dog. and white face marked Hiillle Prevatt Dead
crop Alfred Smith Dead ,, .
Has black ears and under right split one ear, under slope splitIn Josiah. Starling, Dead
ear are initials "C.D." and the other; also one red cow with Henry Kleanor R.Hohnell.Hapi Dead Removed The Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County, Florida on this 5th day of

number "2". Return to Charles calf, marked crop under-bit one Annie Surtaln Removed October A. D. 1942 does by appropriate action endorse Proposed Constitutional Amend-

Darby, Starke. No questions ear, under slope upper-bit In r I.onnle. R. Shuford Starling, Removed Dead ment to Article IX of the Florida Constitution by adding a section to b6 Section 16
'asked. 10-23 2tp other. Branded figure 8, also Carrie Tavlor Dead
Leonard D. Taylor, Dead creating a State Board of Administration providing that for fifty years 2c per gallon
L. G. reward L. J. Green
$10 '
'Mr A. ( Talley Dead
STRAY HOGS FOUND-2 un- Green's Store Starke., It John J. Terry Removed tax on gasoline and fuels used to propel motor vehicles shall be set aside for paymentof
marked male hogs. Owner may Dorothy Terry Removed
have same by Identifying and M. W. William. Dead outstanding county or road and bridge district bonds or other forms of indebtedness
paying damages. See Leonard milk cows, stock cows beef Rebecca Henry Whitehead Dead 1 issued prior to July 1, 1931 and for public highway purposes ; vesting in said Board

Griffis, Starke, Fla. 10-23 2tp cattle, stock bulls or hog., get Char W. H. Wllllamn Wlllfeldt, Dead head M. the statutory powers of Boards of County Commissioners and Bond Trustees with regard -

NOTICE!: ,- All persona desiring in touch with J. D. Odom. Jr., J Ivey>1. N.WeBter WfHter.. Removed RemovedWm. to such bonds (except the power to levy ad valorem taxes which is specifically
Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake R. Yorpkw., Removed O' -
Venetian blinds for Christmas City; Telephone 481 Lake City. Preelaet No. U-Worth Clarke 1 withheld). Such tax on gasoline and motor fuels to be distributed on a three way basis

should P. Gassett plaoe Starke.their orders now-ltp Auction market every Thurs John Loin Aclklnx Adklnaon, Removed Removed. area population and county contribution to State Road Construction in the ratio of

day on all classes of live stockat Abe W. A.Brymer Beenant Removed Dead. distribution as provided in Chapter 15659. Act of 1931 ; Also authorizing the Boardof
Lake at 2:30: P. M. '
LOST. billfold with name of City
George Washington Dyal on JameH J. ft. Boyd.Rarnea Removed, Removed Administration to issue refunding bonds maturing within said fifty year period;

Social Security card picturesand $50: REWARD for return of gun Frank Frank Brulz M. Baldwin, Removed Removed And gasoline or fuel tax anticipation certificates bearing interest at not more than 3

other valuables. Finder that was stolen from my house Jeff Cba Barnhlll.Burton Removed Removed percent per annum; and authorizing any surplus after meeting debt requirements to

please return to Bradford Tuesday P. M. No questions I*. M. Barton Removed Commis
be divided 80 to State Road
Oertle A. Barton Removed percent Department and 20 percent to County
County Telegraph. No questions asked.-Llndsey. Grlffls Starke. -
asked. itp lip Mllfnrd Cowdrey Barton RemovedEvelyn RemovedR. sioners for road purposes. Authorizing said Board to invest and re-invest funds of one

.... .. .._.._ _, _. _-_- David. F. Clark P. Carpenter, Dead DeadJ. county in the bonds of another county at 3 percent interest. ,And providing for payment

FUNERAL DIRECTORMy .. Frank F. Copeland Carpenter Jr. ,Removed RemovedA. of expenses of the Board of Administration ; And providing that said Board shall

Htilllvan Carter Removed have the to make and enforce all rules and to the full
Many Yearn. Experience Makes It Feasible for ale to Render Warren Cadle, Removed power regulations necessary

EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE Victoria Theodore Cadle Cook: ,Removed Removed exercise of the powers conferred upon it by the amendment. _

Oeo. W. Cope, Removed
DeWITT MODERATE C. JONES PRICES Chan David A.F. Chartaln.Curry, Removed Removed It is the opinion of the members of the Board that if this Amendment Is ratified that

SUrke FloridaTHELMA'S Joseph Don F. H.DouKlami.Frith, Removed Removed Bradford County and the State as a whole will be forever free from ad valorem taxes

000 ..... .. ... ....... ... .. ..... A.. J.B.Freeman Franklin.RemovedW. Removed for road bond interest and sinking fund requirements. Provided however that restrictions -

('ha.. !? Fouler, RemovedJ. placed the of does not
C. Ounter Removed upon use gasoline and tires during the War Emergency

Janie Holtaendorf Dead i force the major of automobiles the restrictions -
Kittle Hoa-ned.. Removed use from our highways. And even then

PLACE Leo A. Ha..kln.. RemovedW. would have to be much effect the
Clyde Jordan, Removed. more binding than they now are to materially
John A. IfayneM, Removed successful working out of this
DANCING EACH EVENINGTill Kvle Johmion. Removed plan of financing this indebtedness.This .
Thoma W. Lawton, RemovedJ.

12 O'clock Moxley. 8. Mitchell Delmar Removed Removed amendment was given serious thought by the Governor of this State, by our Rep-

BEER ON TAP John John C.McGehee.Manning RemovedEmmitt Dead resentative and Senator, and by the members of this Board before it was submitted to

CLEAN FUN GOOD FOOD M. McN.al McKee Removed RemovedW. the people for ratification and it is the consensus of opinion of' all l concerned that it is

I* F. McCord DeadW. a good amendment and that it should be November
EVERYBODY WELCOME J. Nettle. Dead ratified by the people of this State on
Leroy; Olive, Removed 3rd.Therefore. '
Cha. B. Peace, Removed
2 Blocks N. of Courthouse On Temple Ave. Ouy F. Plttman, Removed
the Board of by its
Ttoht. D. Riley, RemovedB. County Commissioners of Bradford County Florida
Operated By Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Lightsey and Son F. Reynolda, Removed
('haa. K. Ranndell Removed action in regular session this 5th day of October A. D. 1942 does respectfully requestthe
1.011'. Roberta, RemovedGeorge
noeeoepdew"nnnNMmaidxndoIHwIn a.nole,, nnrnenwe.e'wsmssraeo.me.sWANTED ; Roberta, Removed citizens of the County to go to the polls on November 3rd., and .to cast their votes
Francis W. Reynolds. Removed
for his most important amendment, the first amendment on the Ticket.

: 40 GIRLS Relief At LastForYourCough No. 1Constitutional ,.. .

To Operate Concessions, Punch Article Amendment IX ,

I Boards And As Dancing: Partners "
(X) For the Amendment .,.

For American Theatre Creomnlsion relieves promptly be- .' i ,*. 7 tr$< : '
I alas tt goes right to the seat of the .;.
Opening Saturday. trouble to help loosengerm and expel Respectfully submited
f laden phlegm and aid nature r; ,. 1 I
to soothe and heal raw tender. In-
t Mr. CampbellAMERICAN lamed bronchial mucous mem Board of County Commissioners of Bradford .:.:/ ifi..Jt. ,;.
Apply "J.
branes. ,
I Tell your druggist to sell you County Florida. ,.
a bottle of Creomulsion with the understandintc ; '

I; RESTAURANT you must like the way It By W. M. Edwards Chairman '
quickly allays the cough or you are ,; '>" '..j I
to have your money back.CREOMULSION. "':"' i .' : .
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