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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 13, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Violators Oil Dealers Public Urged To Mail Earlier Than Ever Blanks AvailableFor

As Postoffice Faces Biggest Christmas JobThe


\ Post Office Departmentnow to find and Is Inexperienced. Facilities -
Prosecuted Have Forms
Be Is starting the most gigantic of railroads and air lines RegisteringAuto

are heavily taxed by movements
task In Its b.tory-th. movement
of huge quantities of war materials -

Says For RegistrationApplication of a deluge of Christmas parcels and person nel. Extra Tires

e card's and letters' while maintaining trucks are almost Impossible to

the regular flow of millions obtain. Winter weather hamper-

L Regional and Washington blanks for kerosene : of pieceo of mall dally to and Ing transportation; Is beginning.The Beginning Thursday Nov. 12,

Division. Officeice and fuel oil can now be obtained I the following gasoline filling stations
L Rent free- mailing privilegegranted
of the from our armed forces!' all over .
Administration, have in- { from your local dealers I the world. Indications are that to members of the armed will have forms for registering

|,led Wm. L. Duke Directore Dempsey Sapp Clerk for the the volume of Christmas malt forces has raised their mailingssome 1 tires on passenger automobiles -

Gaineavlile-Starke Defense Rationing Board announced yes will be the largest on record. 30 per cent It Is estimated. : Adolph Cay L. L. Libby

L| Area to prepare a list of rr d terday. uAI_ persons wishing to If thousands ,of our soldiers Expansion of those forces also Is It. C. Brown Orle A. Wiggins

Involving violations of the apply for kerosene or fuel oil sailors marines and civilian adding rapidly to .the postal bur- and L. F. Dlnklns. All privately-

mum. .[U it.L Regulations? should obtatu ,these applications, friends are not to be disappointedat owned passe nger automobiles

list is to" be submitted; to The Red Cross production room' In the American legion' Ilome.prt"NentA fill them in and mall them to Christmas time the public den.The deadline already Is past for should be registered and th,
the local Rationing Board before forms mailed to the local Ration-
Imgton for prosecution. The must cooperate by mailing earlier. mailing gifts to Army and Navypersonnel
had and Is a busy I these , of this Area than ever before and by uddress- overseas with aasursncethat
fctor full .wIRR', Pictured above at their Hewing machine are (left to then 'be reviewed by the 22. This registration applies only
an inspection made letters and parcels properly.The the will arrive
having vlo- right) 1\1..... \\'. A. Bonham, Mr... II.. C.. Brown, I"",. T. N, Ken- Board, and the kerosene and fuel ng parcels by to privately-owned cars and not
the Inflection develops best efforts of the Post Office Christmas! The New York post
rent drlck. Mrs. K. M. Davis and Mr. ('hue. \Vanl.Knitting oil coupons will bs issued at a to commercial ears or trucks
maximum reg- alone be
s of the Department cannot office reports that in late October -

L In the following respects: later .date Bet. by the Rationing enough In view of wartime difficulties 350,000:: such parcels were which will be registered At a
later
Board. date.
Failure to register housing faced by the postal sys handled dally In that office alone.

hotel accommodations being All personswlahing: to make application tem. The public must a s'st' The Pont Office Department In All private passenger car own-
have to their tires
Irs register
offered for rent. Scenes for kerosene or fuel oil About 29,000 experienced postal making strenuous efforts to avoid
,,1 I or regardless of whether they hold
are urged to ,do so as soon as clerks already have been taken by such a terrific jam as It faced In
I Failure to post the amount an "A" gasoline ration book or a
the sale of kerosene ,
possible, as the war services. Arrangements 1918 under similar conditions- -

Die maximum rent In hotels. At will, soon be stopped unless the are under way to add thousandsof and avoid many heartaches for larger supplemental book. All
Lmg houses tourist camps.nce tiros over one for each private
customer has coupons temporary personnel to postal Its patrons-If the public will coOperate spare
clubs, fraternity houses', car must be turned In to
staffs. but this man power Is hard by mailing early
jollier similar places.. Red Cross the American Railway Express
Armistice
Demanding receiving and Day by Nov. 22, according to Dempsey -

ling rents higher than the t Observed Supp, clerk in the office of
Sewing Area Office I Volume
mum legal rent established At Rotary Club Improves the local ration board. Trailers

he regulations. will be allowed only one tire for

Threatened or attempted Room "Armistice.. Day, November 11, each wheel and no spare.
To Aid Public At Pecan Sale Tire Inspectors are allowed a
lions of tenants. in violation 191ft, now Jives In Infamy-not charge of 20 cents for each vehicle ..

Ie provisions of the Maximum because we lost the war, but .be-
* Inspected Mr. Sapp said
Regulations..The cause we lost the "
and sewing In a congenial group are: Mrs. Eta: Prince, peace. Beginning today (Friday. Nov. Pecan sales last Friday showedan yesterday.
statementwas
Rental This thought-provoking -
. Defense Programthe I\.I'H. Milton St. Peter Mrs. Lemuel Colnon, Mrs. Jim Forest and 13)) the Galnesvllle-Starke Rent Increase of almost 100 percent -
of the Max- made by A. J. Thomas, "Passenger whose
car owners
[ provisions
Mrs. Michael\ l>ew. Standing at rear IH Mrs. Glen Duke who re Control Office will have'a representative In the number of pounds and of
of circuit In
k Rent Regulations have reId cleric the court. an tire registration certificates show
order to organize a Red in the courthouse here considerably more than 100 percent -
more publicity in this De- randy resigned as production chairman In Armistice Day address at the of that they still own more than
for the purpose assisting land- In the amount received, over
Rental Area than In any Cross Motor Corp*. Rotary- Club Wednesday- lords and tenants in matters per- that reported for the week be- five tires per car may have their,

, southern area, and there lajeason '"The World War cost the Alliesa taining to rent control. fore. Last week 4,364 pounds of gasoline ration books taken away

for renting total of 23,501,478 men, either from them, under Federal regulations
any person .
F. S. A. SupervisorJoins were sold at the State
Wm. L. Duke area rent supervisor pecans
ing accommodations,, ,or :of- To Ration Miles killed, wounded or missing," Mr. stated that until further Farmers' Market, bringing a total .when the new mileage

ig the same for rent 'to be I Air Corps; Thomas stated. "The cost in notice, the representative will be of $G 9,38. or an average of IS rationing program goes Into effect" -

rant of the 'law." Mr. Duke dollars was 998,973,888,000, while November 22. Any motorist
HereE
Successor Is cents according to
at the courthouse here on Friday a pound figures
who does not of his tires
property damage amounted to dispose
Instead Of GasFirst of every week for this purpose.He compiled by L. M White
Evidently many peole still be- H. Klueppelberg, Bradtor(1CountY'1 24681000000. may be Interviewed In the manager. before the November 15 deadline

maximum rent Farm Security Administration "In at this apalllng loss, probably will have considerable
that the regoi)9 spite clerk of the court's office or in A week ago 2,320 pounds were
trouble obtaining .,a new book
) do not apply to them but details of the plan .to ration supervisor -since September we are right back where we start- the courtroom If It Is found that sold bringing a total of $303.89.avera&lng ;
1941 turned over his portfolio ed from this time the lose when the new program becomes
only
automobile mileage rather room Is
more required. 13 cents
oes and such, violations will I, per pound. "
effective W. P. Smith County I
to his in will be much
Monday morning successorand and
nest money
Into effect -
than gasoline'which
goes On Wednesday, Thursday and Every Friday these pecan sales
The Maximum said this week.
prosecuted. will Rationing Officer
vacation
short said.
after ,
November 22. were announced a greater, the speaker will be held 1 at the Farmers'
Friday of next week two representatives Boards will I
Regujat, : jons! ,tpplyit'wuat.accommodations this"week.'by..Wr-P-.,'!Smith .anUo-kactlve, servlcr-,** an.avia-' ."We. t0attl.l V peace. In.1818 because of the area' office will Market,.. It 'was"stated.' have"The considerable Rationing work to do Inaugurating -,

| are rented Chairman of the Rationing Board. tion cadet with the Army Air I a group of selfish politicians be available for consultation at
the mileage rationing
Ing offered for rent," the Before motorists can obtain Corps Enlisted Reserve at Scott,. refused to let the' United the courthouse, Mr. Duke stated Negro Soldiers and will be unable to

(ttor stated.. gasoline under the new program, Field Belleville; Ill, on Nov. 21. : States become' a part of the consider program appeals from motoristswho

they must dispose of all tires Inexce.18 He has been on the inactive list League of Nations," Mr. Thomas Killed In WreckTwo
stlgators have been at work Chairman Names failed to turn In their extra
of five car and stated "With the support and
regIster 1,
per subject to call since June
the tires until the new is
f several weeks and It Is system
their tires on hand with the Mrs. who has guidance of our great country Disaster Committee negro soldiers were killed "
of Director Klueppelberg launched.
the Area Rent ,
Bradford County War Price and. the League might have been a and a third died later In the station -
eport such violations to the been in Starke with her husband To dispose of extra tires all
Rationing Board. : success but without ua it was c H. Nasworthy Disaster hospital at Camp Blandlng
from F. 3. do Is to
her has
since graduation that a motorist to
ml Office in
' .Washington. tire 'doomed to failure." Chairman for Red Cross, in cooperation as a result of a collision of an
do not intend to place hard- Under the proposed reg- W. C., last June will spend the turn them over to the nearest
"Armies win with A.. J. Thomas truck and taxi
that ,
Stating wars Army pick-up a ,
motorists will ob-
istration plan with her Mr, and He
said time parents Railway Express Agency.
s on one, Mr. Duke
any but voters win the peace", Mr. Commander-ln-Chlef of Civilian about 8 o'clock last Friday night
the maximum Rent Regula- tain forms from any of a numberof Mrs. R. W. Small In High Springs will be given a receipt from the
Tire In- Thomas predicted a reenactmentof Defense, has appointed the following nine miles west of Starke on
officially designated until he completes his training : Company which will be
i promulgated under the the mistakes of 1918 unless the committee chairmen for Road 28. Calvin Henley driver Express
Urgency Price Control Act of spection Stations.: This form sometime in March. After that acceptable as proof by the Rationing -
from their Indif- the Disaster for Mack's Taxi -
people Preparedness program Service was released
arouse
must be filled out with the serial follow thermy" tires have
I must be observed In order time "she will Board that the
and make better of : $1,000
ference use on a
appearancebond
prevent Inflation and violatorse number of each tire and mailed he said. been disposed of. If a motorist
their right to the ballot. He following his arrest on a
and Rationing Survey chairman Jos. E. Wil
to the War Price In has extra tires that are not serviceable
know the Mr. Klueppelberg's successor
regulations pen- pointed out the recent Indifference son; Rescue chairman, J, H. Dennis warrant sworn out by Hal Glllen,
for same" Board. the F, S. A, office Is Wm. V fee.. may show that they
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shown In the General Election ; Medical Aid Dr. M. B. Her- State Road patrolman who Investigated
Various garages and filling stations Chester, who has been In the have been turned In for scrap.
when only COO of the 5,000 the case.
long; Food Mrs. Titus Olson;
will be designated as of- Fort Under the Government's Idle
Lee County office, Myers '
who were qualified went to the Shelter W T. Clute; Clothing, The dead are: Wm. D. Read
nd Quota ficial Tire Inspection Station. since last summer. He receivedhis Tire Purchase Plan the Government -

Tire information must be on file B. S. degree In Agriculture at polls> In Bradford County Junlus M. Smith; Transportation and John J. Blair, killed and will send a check directlyto
"When the war Is won and "our and Communication Mrs. Glen
with the Rationing Board before the University of Florida lu 1934 for Milton M. Nogess. who it Is the motorist for all tires col-
PI'esident'make. his proposals
Duke and Information
Registration
( Doubled November. 15, Mr. Smith said. and took an additional year's lasting peace the people must ;Mrs. Grade Wainwright; understood died in the hospital. lected through the Express
Under the tire registration work there. He has Agency. Ceiling prices as determined -
graduate
make known their support, or Fund Raising and Public Information According to Mr. Glllen the
plan motorists are not allowed been with the F. S. A, for two by Government apprasi-
the same thing might happen to N. Stemberg; Central truck driven Joe D
by Sgt.
to' in their possession more I I ers will be paid for all tires col
keep
radford Countlans "did themproud" years Roosevelt that happened to President Purchase and Supply Carl Johns.
i 1 again last month than five tires for each automo- Mr. Chester Is originally from Wilson. A small group of Murphy white and containing lected.

heir purchase of War bonds.a bile. They also may have one Palatka, Is married, and he and anti-administration politic i inns eight other soldiers was headed

quota of $21,900. they tire for each running wheel of a his wife have taken an apartment might cause the defeat of the Presence Of Mind toward Camp Blanding while the Soldiers Enjoy

ht bonds In the amount of trailer or similar equipment. at 403 North Walnut entire program. Then another Averts FireThe taxi driven by Mr. Henley was "Doodle Dandy""Doodle
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12500. This Is "over the Holders of "A".gasoline rationing street. generation will pass and we will I headed west on' the "wrong side

more than 150: percent. books will not be affected by the once more be plunged Into war Florida theatre experienceda of the road". The driver said Dandy of the U. S. A.".

September with the samea mileage rationing program unless 'Amnesia Victim' and another Armistice Day will near fire during the rush hour he had two soldiers In his cab, which raised the curtain on a I

they purchased $47,993of the motorist has failed to turn live In infamy" the speaker con- about 3:43: last Saturday afternoon though Mr. Glllen said he didn'tsee winter season of theatricals being

bonds and stamps, or In the required tire Information Arrested Here, cluded. and also demonstrated the them. The dead and injured Jointly sponsored by the four URO

erably more than 100 per- requested.The value of a good fire extinguisherand men were taken to the hospital Clubs In Starke. was enjoyed by
claimed to be a
over. In August $25,212 local Rationing Board will A man who School Heating presence of mind.It at Camp Blanding in an Army more than 600 service men and
victim of amnesia was brought
b of bonds and stamps wsjreht call up holders of "B" and "C" Is presumed that some woman ambulance. associated civilians Sunday afternoon --
Mon-
station
Into the city police
on quota of $22,800 rationing books for review to see by officer O. E. Leu- Ready Today threw either a lighted match or In USO No. 1.

If they still need a large quantity day night cigarette from the ladles' rest Assistants Named In a mixture of songs. dance
holders of ders for questioning: He had BV'H> S. had no school yesterday
of gasoline. "If any room on to the tar 1'001'on the and dialog "Doodle Dandy" illus-
gro Robber books are having 'Identification cards in his purse though the. youngsters) (and For Tower
"C" rationing Call street side of the theatre, trated a vivid contrast between
.
Smith : bearing the name of Tom Preston didn't know it In time i
Mr. teachers)
ts Two Years attacks of conscience which immediately caused a small I Dictatorship and democracy. Sam
I Coburn; Jr., but said he had to stay at home! The first real I In order to efficiency
themo promote for
for the-
said, "It would be wise blaze. Someone notified the I Steen drew warm applause
Iy three cases came up for with the'RatlonIng : a lapse of memory and could not cool spat since school opened atre authorities and the fire department In the operation of the airplane his genial Interpretation of the

In Circuit Court her. Mon- get In touch I remember his own name or where found the furnace not in working was' called. observation tower' H. A. Carlton, rprlghtly "guardian angel" o f

Sam Board Immediately to revise i he was from, but said his wife'sname Chief Observer has appointed
Dacus negro who order.According Before the fire engine arrivedon democracy while Barbara Gaye
and robbed Sam Roseberg. their gasoline estimates down was Dorothy. to S. E. Sparks the scene, however a 2 1-2 seven persons, each' to be responsible was his capable supporting danseuse -

furniture dealer, in Reno on 'ward If they wish to avoid pos- He laid he came from a beach chairman of the School Board, '' gallon "soda acid" extinguisher, for the successful operation Blake Ritter punctuatedthe

ay where ,'ere are "lots of soldiers," and Foster Shi Smith principal of the post for 24 hours a
night. Sept. 22, while he sible embarrassment' when they which had been kept for such an I dialog with snatches of song
on a and where the Government has the furnace Itself was all right; week.
collecting tour, was rich baritone supportedby
In a
had entirely extinguished sung
review ,
a are called up for taken over all the hotels. It was but one small piece of metal which emergency
two-year sentence In .the the blaze. \ They are as follows: Monday the warm mezzo of Mary
e penitentiary. Must Share Cars thought that he was from Miami connects the furnace with the flue Mrs George B. Flynn; Tuesday Wblttls Bell.Hostesses.

erry M. King, charged with Motorists who expect to applyfor Beach and was trying to "beat could not be purchased withoutthe Miss Sara Poythress; Wednesday, for the Jointlysponsored

rating an automobile for hiret supplemental mileage under the draft." though he had registered highest' priority rating, whichB. A Good ExampleTest I Mrs. Grace Walnwrlght; Thursday USO entertainment were
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certificate of 'public con- I the new mileage rationing program for the selective service H. S. lacked. However all by this standard! I Miss Ida Lou Davis; Friday, Mrs. Louis J. Rellly Mrs. Grace
I them to drive to In Memphis, Tenn. difficulties were Ironed out yesterday yourself
enable
ence". falling to for to of Mrs. D. A. Monteith; Saturday Wainwright. Misses Evelyn Stump
appear M. Billias
, had his $50 bond estreated and 'from work should make He was kept In the City jail It was announced the indispensable George Grill manager into the of-| Mrs, Junlus Smith: and Sunday, Faye Peterson, Frances Peek,
Condon' came
,
l he Court. plans now to share rides with, from 10 to 12 P, M. and then piece ,of metal, was Tele-, Mrs. W. M. Wimberly. Mr. Carl- Alice St. John, Grace Dew and
flce of the Bradford County
I e others needing transportation to turned over to the Military Police purchased In Gainesville, and the I ton will continue to give all the Beryl Holland.
charge of larceny of an graph recently and asked to signup
moblie their Jobs Mr. Smith said. at Camp Blanding. furnace was to be In full opera- time possible to the work; but Usherettes were Misses Freddie
against Cliff Craw- as an airplane observer. He
was "Car sharing has been madean tion today-If needed. Therefore, these able assistants will lightenthe WimberlY Virginia. Sewell. Alice
nolle sed.' and his wife who Is' in Daytona
pro of the mileage school will be held today as usual, load and Arline Dew.
Integral part Aid To The BlindFlorida' Beach were both born-in Greece. greatly.All June Harding,
It
because It is regardless of >ths..wealnsr, was
dresses Kiwanians rationing program "My wife and, my 21-year-old observers are requested to
announced.
of blind and nearblindare
the most effective means providing daughter In Daytona Beach are find substitutes, so that If theyever HomecomingAll

anus Rlsiey. director of the essential transportation on receiving assistance of around both working for the Red Cross," have to be absent from

ke USO-NCCS Club, was a minimum amount of rubber," $500,000 a year according to an City'Taxes Due he said. "I have two sons who their shifts, they can notify their alumnae and patrons of '

speaker at the Klwanlsw Mr. Smith said. announcement by the State Welfare taxes are now' due Clerk are officers In the Army, and I substitutes (who have been train- Bradford High are cordially 1 j

St. Augustine last week. The Rationing Board Chairman Board. During September Carl City John has announced and want to do what I can to help ed In the meantime), to take their Invite to a reception at Bradford i j
Jarlng get $41,603 was paid to 2,126 in the that cannot from 8 to 8 o'clock. I
that "dictators have suggested! that car owners them In November out. This war Is everybody'sJob places. And In case High

ht. us certain valuable les- together with their neighbors on state, while 13 persons In Brad- those paying discount. be done if they have to be absent, Friday. November 20, to be
' he or with ford County received $228 for the will receive a-4 percent !I to telephoneor given by members of the Senior
explained that "virtue some car sharing plan Those waiting until December to His son Michael Bllllas ls a they are requested
the plant or month In addition to cashgrants assistant who has Claw > a part of IIome
at Air the as
?? unity and sacrifice ex- fellow employees will receive only a 3 percent 2nd lieutenant In the Army see

ate" efficiency or our en.0 .- office. If two or more cars are the stats lends practical pay discount while a 2 percent discount Corps and his other son Pete''' charge of the day on which they coming activities. At thin time
Mr. the club, members assistance through activities of ; who will make arrangement the new building will be opem
RUley was Introduced to be used In Is allowed in January and BUllas, Is a Captain In a Tank serve
Daniel Sha.I the use of those the Florida Council for the Blind, to have them relieved. for Inspection.
*ban. director of may divide up division.
1 In February. I I
USO-NCCS in st. Augustine. cars to suit their convenience. i created by the 1941 Legislature. percent




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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY St OITIu
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t : ,u, -- the death of their daughter-in- worth. Jr., and children, spent' Thomaa
better hands than those of the misguided, I WOODLAWNBy law Mrs. Cora Norman Kelly. Sunday In Hawthorne.Mrs. I Mrs, DyO'a

The Bradford County Telegraph politicians who killed the League of Nations I Glover Mr. and Mrs Guy Cahill of Alma Saxon of Pompano Joe, B, \Vlrtll.!
I Jacksonville spent Thursday nightof Is staying with her mother Mrs.'! and Jock Saturday la
'' ''i. t UhUkbUnbed. 1811f after World War 1, a plan for lasting Wiley Groves and family were last week with Mr. and Mrs. I onville. 6Omt

M.EA\BHR, c=sir-'a' peace that could have worked if the United Groves visiting In Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs.Sunday.Elery .1, R. Hall.J. .

t ; _Flo>z1MPPSSsAssocrAnc5 'V\k.kNAnOKALEDITORIALASSCXJAnON States had been a member. part We from are sorry our friends that ,we Howard must weeks. W.with Hall relatives in spending in Jackson-a few the Seven Se

I Norman and Pitt Newsome who ville.
I ,J d +1 3 lr to io.-i VC. It -1)oesn't Pay To Hoard left for the Army Wednesday.We Mrs. Blanche Warren of Worth-
i L. Matthews _________ Editor and Owp rMlJB.4C.U..UN to attend Spring spent a few days For 45 years General Electric has developed '
inviting everyone ington and
tires to the Govern- are built
In selling extra church and Sunday last week with Mr. and Mrs. D. meat for warships. Here are a few of the ways IB V WtJ

kW i It.X'IK ment, auto owners may keep the best five. School our starting every Sunday at G. Kelly and daughter, Mamie. serves the Navy., "nidi 1f.

Yearly Sl.7.1: Rlx Month? *1.o0 Lots of treasured tires are coming out of 11:00: A. M., and, church on the She was accompanied home by r. .w,. ,- .,
,
Publlfitietl Weekly on Friday. and Entered as 8ec- hiding, and in .one city a cautious and far- Second and Fourth Sundays of Miss Kelly, who spent, the weekend y py' aa
startinga
the month. We are also, in Worthington
sod Clam Matter at the Font Office at S&r.ke,. Fla. sighted citizen, evidently preparing for a revlyal Sunday, November 20,' Robert Myrick has joined the fa

;. t 30-year war, disgorged twenty-four good at the Hellbronn Baptist church. Air Corps and la stationed at

Is A Lasting Peace Possible? tires. Richard Carter was Carter visiting, in Tyndal Field near Panama City.
Dalton
Gradually the greedy ones in our midstare his grandfather, Mrs. J. R. Hall had as guests '/
Wednesday was Armiatica Day and although Starke Saturday.Mr. last Friday Mrs. Anna Rlffa, Mrs.
finding out that it doesn't pay to hoard. and Mrs. P. B. Johns of
Masters Mrs. C B. Emery
we were glad to note that more their Lucile
Jacksonville were visiting and Mrs. J, t
June,
and daughter,
' along Call Street than Mr. and mar Yv
flags wEre displayed son-in-law and daughter
: .
Stick To Your Job D. Hall, all of Jacksonville.
/: has been customary on patriotic occasions in Mrs. D. B. Thompson Sunday. B. E. Kelly and daughter, Corrine -

4.. recent years still the day seemed to have The home"front can never be as produc Azure the week-end Johns! of with Jacksonville Charles of Plant City spent last

i lost much of its significance. Naturally, tive of medals as the battle front. However and spent Lensey Crews. week with Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Just one battleship may have Searchlights ,

k:i 1 it is difficult to celebrate the ending of one the importance of the home front is.I Mr and Mrs. And Thompson Kelly. much electric as generators 180,000 kilowatt to produce. This as of detecting candlepowcr of prodllct li&bt& It

"' war-which was fondly hoped! would be the coming more and more to be recognized as have Just returned from their HAMPTONBy power would supply the needs of a and to guide enemy Navy rhipW
In
1 four weeks visit Tampa. CUIIajn
a a last-while deep in the throes of the greatIk' indicated recently when one of the top men Mrs. Mamie Lou Hersey left II. B.'Wiggins city of 375,000. targeti.

; ; est conflict of all time. at selective service headquarters warned Saturday morning to 'spend awhileIn BIRTHDAY I'ARTYBetty

While the spirit of 1018 was one of workers 'against changing jobs with any Osie Ma.mwith'\ /Norman relatives.of Jacksonvillewas Durling and Virginia

> c peace and disgust with militarism, the reigning -. idea of getting draft deferment thereby. visiting his parents Mr and Dyal celebrated their birthday an-
niversaries with a party Saturda.ynight.
: motto of 1942 is "Praise the Lord and Thousands of workers throughout, the Mra. J.. S. Norman, last week. A large number of young S

l Pass\ the Ammunition". These fighting country have jumped their regular peace- folks were present.

words credited to 'a Naval Chaplain during time and perhaps unglamorous jobs to go RISING
:t.$, are By 1'1"- Kddle: Norman The Christian Endeavor spon-
Harbor and tell work for defense industries.Not recently at the
?! ; 'i [ the bombing of Pearl to sored a party
succinctly the spirit and faith of Americans only is this unlikely to result in Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones home of Mrs. Lynn Hall and a
have returned to their home In large number enjoyed the occa-
;f, when forced to fight. draft deferment but it might actually has- Lake Wales after spending a few sion. -

{ Of necessity the primary concern of ten the day of the draft call, according toLeutenantCommander days with Mrs. Jones parents, Mr. Mrs. R.L.. Brown left Saturday --
Patrick II. Winston, and Mrs. Eddie Norman. night for a week's visit with her
all of us today is to win this war'and we ( 3. More than 20 different'opera- 4. When a battu.; .
James Norman of Jacksonville lIon-ln-lawand daughter, Mr. and
sacri- assistant executive of selective headquarters tions are performed in bringing a action, electricity I htlpi
prepared to make the necessary h la Odin Lowman in Augusta, tn
are week-end with Mrs.
spent the naval gun to bear on it. target. ship,operate the
., .
"A moving |um aorder.
who ,
fice to attain that end. To secure this 'In Washington, says: man mother, Mrs. J. E. Norman. Ga. Electricity helps to ordinate Q.E it build:!qr B

victory we must keep before us these goals: voluntarily from a non-essential industry to Mrs. Worthy' Lewis, ,who has Miss Madge Gay, spent the these operations. to do these j jobs

an essential industry in which he has had been visiting her daughter In Ft week-end with her parents, Mr. General Electric believes that iU first dirty
1. Complete defeat of our enemies. does not improvehis Myers and her son In Plant City, and Mrs. O. D. Gay. good citizen Is to b. a good sold;.,. m
no previous experience has been very sick and was Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home and
%' 2. The building of a lasting peace. draft status. On the contrary, such action brought home Saturday.Mr. children were shopping in Gainesville General Electric Company; Sd.n<
' ;, 3. Tho safeguarding of individual lib- to prevent immediate induction might and Mrs. Eddie Norman Saturday.
-l erties and free enterprise. t and family were visiting Mrs. Sgt.. M. C. VIning is visiting
to be called earlier.
him
,
cause Ethel Russ In Brooker Sunday. here with his wife and friends on LE

! To achieve these aims we must: So it appears that those of us doing Charley Underhill, who has a 15 day furlough.Mr. -< sr' ,

1. Give our services' to the Government what may seem, to be prosaic jobs at home been sick Is able to be out again.]I and Mrs. M C. Vining and ,
Mr.: and Mrs. Tommie Barnes Mrs. Ernie Johnson were visitingIn
advice is
if our qualifications will contributeto had better stick to them. That
have moved over near Coffee Jacksonville Friday. and Sat-
victory. obviously based on the fact that the mach- Branch to make their home.BOATDRAIN urday., SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE!!
not be disorganiz- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Barwick
2. Invest every cent we have, over the inery of civilian life must
bare necessities of life, in War Bonds ed by unplanned shifts from one'place to an- of Graham have moved to Hampton -
f' '- We are glad to welcome
sr By Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffls AND ECONOMICAL!
iic and to reduce our scale of living to other and one job to another. them: here.Mrs. .

permit this investment. The Army wants us to stay put untilwe Mrs. Mary .Brown was visiting Carrie Kalch and daughters -

needed. If we get too impatientfor her daughter, Mrs. Richard Clark, ; Helen and Juanita, spent RIDE THE BUSSES
of are
# Of all these aims, the achievement of Hetlbronn Springs Sunday. Saturday In Gainesville.
lasting peace will be the most difficult. change, the Army may say, 0. K., ; Mrs Clyde Brown and childrenof William Hollingsworth visited Courteous, Correct Information

;. next Armistice comes at last, we Bud. If you're in such a hurry, c'mon and Hellbronn Springs were visiting Ills son-in-law and daughter Mr.
When the rifle Mrs. Lacy Brown over the and Mrs" Isle Dobson, Monday.Mr. Given You At .
can only hope that this country will be in get your I weekend.Mrs. and Mrs. Eugene Blrt .have

Margaret Blow and Mist moved to Gainesville. UNION BUS'. STATION

CITY Kersey, to General Lee Ker_ DROOKER Opal. Morrell made a business Mr. and Mrs. G. P. ''Wadaworth,
SAMPSON
aey. Nov. 6.; By M.... I*. O. Hawm trip to, Jacksonville Friday. Sr., Mr. and Mr. G. P. Wads-
K. Jooea
S.
01)1. W. H. Jones, single, to Martha Andy Morrell of Jacksonville I,

A fish fry on Sampson Lake L. Burkbart and ,Lee Burkhart, EL1 CT OFFICERS spent the, week-end with hit
'l laat Friday night was enjoyed by wife and husband. Nov. 6. The Little Women's. Club held daughters Mrs. W. E. Green and

the following congenial p a r t y.:: T. T. McDonald and M. Cecil Its weekly meeting at the Community Miss Opal Morrell. NHPti :

,, ,' Q Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown and McDonald, his wife, of ,Volusla Center Friday night Mrs. Margaret Blow left Saturday 1l9
'd ., ,, 1 son, Howard Mr. and Mrs. County, to Ethel) M. Biggs, Oct. After several games of Chinese to spend some time with her jhArR
.lL Bruce Warren and daughter ol 19; Checkers, high prize was awardedto husband, Cpl, Lyle C. Blow, who ,

Dukes Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Kelly Clara Mae Knight and C. A. Mies Francis Tllghman. Consolation la stationed In California.C. .
prize was given to Miss A. Grlffia and Miss Opal:
and daughter, Mamie, of Pine Knight, her husband, to James
11'5' Kelly and daughter Martha Lee Rhimes. Morrell were in Gainesville Monday -
Level and Berry De Sue, Oct. 21.; .You
of Plant City. R. A. Green and Lucile H. New officers,, were elected at on business. cant
Mra. Pauline Bailey of Jacksonville -
Mrs. Josle Hall la on the sick wife to Hollla V this meeting, as follows:
;,, Green, hla the week-end with
spent
list thla week, and Mrs. S. E. Knight. Oct. 16; President-Mlaa Bonnie Mott. and it time
her slaters, Mrs. Lonnie Tyre
Jones was a visitor Starke to last the Satur doctor' Margaret L. Kelly, a widow, Vice-Pres. Miss Fhtllla Hazen. Mrs. George Kelsey. spot every
.
office in to Hermie C. Kelly Oct. 17; Secretary-Miss Francis Tllgh Miss Mary"Lois Clark Is visit An !
in anything from experience.
j day.Lester R. A. Blancbard. single, to Mra. man. ing her grandmother, Mrs. Mary SKILL comes
of f
Blade ajid family moved K. E. Thompson, Oct. 19.; Treasurer-Miss Madeline Cros Brown this week. tells you that. When 57 years > op'

back to Hampton this week. I J. I. Chason and wife,' Ola by.News. get together-with Nature's choicest ingredients, you re I

Duggar Jones la- home for a Chaaon; to A. H. Perry and wife, > Reporter-Mrs.. L I o r en a PINE LEVEL to get a special kind of refreshment.

few days this week attending tobua1Jle. Evelyn Perry, Oct. 21; Keene. By, Mrs.' R. M. Mcllae :. Ice-cold Coca-Cola is the besfrliked soft drink onThat's <
j,. ... The hostesses, Mra. Myrtice
Mr. and Mra. J. W. Thomas of Margaret L. Kelly, a widow to Nichols and Miss Eva Faye The farmers In this section are c because it gives millions of others justwhatit

Palatka 'were guests Sunday of Eustace L. Kelly, Oct.: 23. Galney, served refreshments of digging sweet potatoes and get you. First, there's'the extra something you .road .

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Robinaon..l' hot chocolate and cake. ting ready to grind cane. "" ''d 0 something that 'was original to start with w&sI"J
THERESSABy The meeting night has been Mrs. L. L. Conner o f Gum y flavors.
: Second enjoy a blend of fine TMYJ
,you
from to Friday Branch Monday with Mrs.
Wednesday
a Deeds Filed Mine Ida Megan changed spent quenth
drink Then with quick
because of school. H. M. McRae. utterly apart. a
Mro. O. W. Barry and husband Mr. and Mrs. L. Burkheart of All the young girls in and Mr. and Mrs. D. ,G. Kelly and ;i i thirst, you get an after-sense of refreshmenlt

,'.t 1, to L. R. Waters and J. K. Doug Waldo are spending this week around' Brooker are invited to daughter Mamie, were' called to ,,,Mew mighty satisfying. There's energy in that rment.
s laa '''Oct. 29; with the latter'a brother and sis join the club. Plant City last week because ot I -: w You know you're face-to-face wiflM
.
ter-in-law. Mr. and Mr Thomas. ; '
'I. Mantanzaa Investment Co., St.
Mrs. M. W. Lee of Miami Is BRIDGE CLUB RELIEF FROM ) Yes, the choice of experience tellijo
y j I Johns County, to Thomas Robert QUICK
The Club met last week Y ,'
this week of her Bridge
the guest like Coca
.Iolww\
+ Crawford Nov. 3.; only Coca-Cola tastes
J. and at the home of Miss Madeline Symptom of Distress Arising from
t brother, D. Phillips family.
Coca-
S. L. Rhoden and hla wife, Coca-Cola refreshes like
.
u. Adit Ins with Miss Jeanette Robinson ,.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Crosby STOMACH' ULCERS real
Mamie Lee Rhoden 'and H. R. the genuine ..* ; !:
of Jacksonville were aa hostess. After several ever equals
and children, ,
Rhoden and wife of Baker Co., DUE TO EXCESS ACID a
ti visiting the former's slater, Mrs. progressions!, high prize w Ia a
s to H. M. TUman and wife of
*
:
. R. M. Heraey, last week. awarded to,Mlal Crosby and consolation Frs.So.kTass.fHosa.TrsatmsattkatMust *
No.4
"f
Lawtey ; It'Will c...Yen Nothing -
prize went to Mrs. Ralph Heln er
7 F. R. Anderson and Amy T. We are sorry to lose Mr. and fef of CaaCda
Hazen. The hostess served coffee Over two million bottle*tbaWILLARD Wartime limits the supply
Anderson, his wife, of McKeea- Mrs. Holland who have been mak- T R B:ATM K:N T tuk".been cold for relief of times when cannot get iCocaCola re
t their home with Mr. and Mrs. and fruit cake to her guests. ymptonu of dUtrauartelns from' Stomach. you "
port, Pa. to Peter-McCune Co., ing choice,
.t r! and Dmd.n l Ut..n du to CJMCM AcM.. ,,being,firrt
of McKeesport. Nov. ;. W. W. Packham while Mr. Holland !.fr- and Mrs.. T. W. Markey p..T DlBMtUta.' SMT Or WPM se..a.eh. Y e. Ask for It each time. No ratter ho.
Ollie Kersey and Annjp, Ker was employed on the Crystal ....,- ---.......-,...,-.. pg> of Coc.-Col
spent Friday In Tampa. due to KMM Add. Sold on 16 d.'.''r'ailA.I I -a upplr. the quality
icy, his wife, to. General Lee Lake Air Base. He has been Miss :May McGauley of 'Melrosespent < for ..WII...** M... .." which fully
transferred to Jacksonville.Mrs. wpUlns thU tnwtnMab-4ra*-.. '
Kersey and Oswood Kersey, No. Sunday with Mlsa Martha i
8; D. W. Moore left last Sat- Evelyn Markey.Mrs. KOCH DRUG STORE ( ::4 -7# -
J. R. Jones, widower, of Hemp. urday for Lake Wales where she : E. J. Hazen and Mra. G. ) :.
wy ton to W. H. Jones, of Hampton, will visit relatives for a few day W. Hazen were shopping in ; '
Nov. 6.; Mrs. B. Burke and Miss Elizabeth Gainesville Monday. 1W
A. D. Crosby and wife Marian Phillips were shopping in Mrs. A. A. Hazen of Gainesville

L. Crosby, to Beulah Prescott, Palatka! one day last week., was visiting Mrs. D.. W Hazen
Oct. 30; Everyone la' welcome at Sun last Friday. r x s 4 rnendinrln
Hester L. Thomas, a widow, to day School In the Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Parrish and <.Id
M. C. Thomas and wife, Hester every Sunday morning at 11 o'- Mrs. G. B. Feagle spent last Sat-
Lorene Thomas Oct. 31; I clock, and to the Christian En- urday shopping In Gainesville
' Margaret L. Kelly, a widow, to I deavor every Sunday night at 8 Mrs. Ralph Beville and childrenof
Ruby Hazen, of Alachua Co., o'clock. Galnesv 11 1 e and Pvt. George 1 ai r 9h4
c r NoV 4; I Padgett now stationed in Massachusetts t
' : Ruby Hazen, a widow of Ala! Building PermitsThe spent a few days recently French American. :
; chua Co., to Eustace L. Kelly and with their mother M.... Pad- :!

wife. Gertrude Kelly Nor. 4; I following permits have been gett, and slater Mrs. Jame. ,And,Danish j1F :

' Ls,, Hermle C. Kelly and wife Eunice Issued by City Clerk Carl John.: Cason.
,,..1 Kelly to Eustace L. Kelly To the Rev. Thomas J. Murphyfor L. O. Hazen. with the F. S. 'A. P A&TRIESTry( .
and wife, Gertrude Kelly Nov.1 remodelling frame residenceon at Willlston. spent the. week-end ..
4; here with his
family.
lot belonging to Mrs. Ortoae.
"; L. G. Powell and wife May F. Oct. 28. $300. Lt. Mack Hall of Oklahoma Is Our

9. Powell, to R. A. Green Nov. 41; visiting his family for several '
To Jim Forest for alterations
li. making DOUGHNUTSFresh
R. A.. Green and wife Luclle days''
Green to L. G. Powell. Nov 4; and repairs to building
half of lots 1. 2 and 3,
on east Daily
and Louis H.
Hill
Emma P. J,Rifler.
i ..
., Hill, her husband, to B. F. Pen- block 3 In Wynn's addition to *" s The best
be used residence.
Starke, to as
;, darvls.General Nov.Lee 4; Kerney and wife, Oct, .30, $200. SABINE'SBAKERY is always the better buy

Lenor Kersey, to O.wood Kersey To E. I*. Matthew for convertIng ( .
and wife Mary M. Kersey. Nov. attached garage Into bedroom ;
; at residence ,on Church St. Oct. 312 W. CaD St. OTtUfl UN DM AUTMOmt, Or THt COCA-COIA COMPANY If MPJit

Oswood Ker.ey.and_ wife. Mary 30, $300. .MOSS MOM STARKE COCA-COLA. ,BOTTLING CO ..,,

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SO\'EMBJG& 8. 1943 BRADFORD COUNTY TEUIflRAPH. 8TARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER: IS, 19t

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play in the game we will have to II ter deceased, late of said County, I 20 Twp S ft. n. 32 I,]., containing!
I lo the County' Judge of IlradfordCounty. 6creH.. .. more or lees la embraced.
adford give them credit fQr' warming the. I office In under _lot rerllfli-ate No. 113.
High Journal bench. the Courthousa o\ttJ"; County at N Lit o f HKV MHO 17 Tw|>. 7 H.
Stark. Florida, within might. calendar H .S K.. containing HO Acres, more
Chariot Mooney month from the lima of the or !less IK nmlirarril under said. cerllfUiate -
first publication of tills notice. No. 141.W .
Not ":",'h vluJni. or demand shall be In $ <4 of RWU 14.,.,. 81 Twp. 7
everybody with a dollar writing-, and shall state the place 8. It. :112 M, uoiitalnlnit 44 ..Ar..*.
to spare van 'shoot a of residence and pot offlca 1 addras morw or I less In etiihraceil under :I
STAFF gun
TORI.\L Seniors PlanHomecoming Tornadoes WinLopSided Chapel Programs of the claimant, and shall"be swornto eal.l. oertlflcat Ni>. 383. .
bnt
straight- '
1I1ef Idolou Davis I ) everybody can by the rlnlmante u jr a n t. or'!'i The aeaoaement of the call .
I
; Virginia Sewell Dance Tilt Hold InterestWe shoot slratght to the bank and their. attorney a'.t )' such claim :' under said certificate No propvrtv lot
Itor or demand not ... shall ba .
buy War Bonds. Buy : waa In the name of Umpire Lum
BIos year
June With void. I I ber Ci>.. the assessment of Haicll
o rtt'r Homecoming lea time when all St. Paul 41.0 10% !
Patsy Keen are certainly to a good every pay day.I Myrtle Jackson Carpentar., l laI'operly under stud certificate No.
Harding students and alumni gather to- start on our chapel this Aa executor10M ,,: lOi waa In the name of Mr.. O. A.
Alice June gether to witness the annual football The Tornadoes ran wild in defeating programs % IMfl IT CO I'IIT.C nit uu"on I 4t 10-13 I I IH i' Uubuv.; the assessment of sai.Il'ropvrty .
7 Jewell Powell year. Mr. Smith has given'us "'sI' 't"'. .olun.\. i" tiit. under mild certificate No
NewBome game scheduled for that pur. St. Paul of Jacksonville two unusually good 'talks. Tuesday .KHV.Jnmx; CIHCI IT .(' U'HT. Illll>KOtU J| 101 waa In the name of W. K
Lois last COHXTV, .. ..on... i l IM C I.N4KHY. TermS the .sidprouerty
I This" Is Friday night by a score of Wllrmn I Younitlner. l'laIntIfi. ; neaiiinent of .
Oalney pose. year no exception. morning he used as his topic ,. befeiiduutCaae : : under said
; Eva Fay 41-0. V. Killlh t 1 M. Yunnglner, certificate No.
Couch
1 There will be a football game Riser used all of his the' First Commandment-"Thou .. N... 5211.OltIIIt J. l.liiton Mullls. Plaintiff VM.Annla Ill wan In the name of Unknown
Eartha Markey but that's not all. The players and BHS scored in every ..!.' I'lMtt.ICATlOV: ..]. Mullls, Defendant. Case The aenvioinient of said properly'
Colley energetic shalt have none' other Gods before No. 9174.OKt13lt. under aulil
Shirley AN1 AITKAK certificate No. 341 wan
.. Clarice Thomas seniors have planned to have open quarter except the third. me." STATtf NSJtn; ;; & to: KiDlllIf : OP; Ptint.IOATION! I,' In the name uf T. J. Alderman: thaaxwHiiinent
house at the school 'for few The Tornadoes started scoring Younirln. wh.... r..Ilen*. I.. AND NOTICK TO A1'P14AHSTATS of eald property under
[[Jres ___ Nina Bishop>> a by blocking a kick In the He said that it was very necessary hotel l Wllk,... 'ar. of tr. H June.. 01" PIAmiDA to: AnnlaK. said certifioate N>. J*3 waa In the
'
GridetrrORIAL hours before the game. At which early North Wllkvtitiorn. North Carolina. Mullls whoa residence. I I. Hl'ox-. name of Unknown.
rards. Marjorie time all of the alumni first period and matching 63 for our future success that You < to *lIear on ton Georgia. Unless said certin-.B shall. be
are cordially yards with we should choose some religionnow. l> b.7t ..U\\1043. In the above You are required ti> 'appear on redeemed auuordlnii. lo law the
Gassett
invited to inspect the new going over n.m..1 Court anil caux*. wliorpln December ?th., 1942 In the above properties u....,.rll.ed. therein will h.
building and enjoy a delightful for the score. Judy McRae added It Is not enough simply to pUlntlff n....ka dlvorvx unit, 01 b..rr..lI..f. named ,'eon and cause, wheraln sold. to the hlwhent. hlditer at the
) the extra with choose it but we must be faithful nradfonl County TeIeraphshall plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford Courthouse door on the first Monf .
point
social time. Then comes the a plunge nuhtiHh thin Order In next 'ounty Telegraph shall publish. this f.. "Li.lih2 Month of U".mbe"l
LIKE and the dance over tackle. They scored againIn to that religion. Mr. Smith four wvpklv IHHUVN.Wltnvnn Order In next four waekly Issue. 4J. la the> 71 h.. day or
BS game immediately the same when Gassett advised us always to>> be tolerant mv hiiml and official eel.t.t Witness. my hand and official' De<-.mber A. IJ. 141
well known Insurance following. The Armory Is to be quarter of forms of Stark, Florida this Nov..mt>..r4tl deal at Clarke, Florida this October Oal.d .hl.4J8th' day of Nov",>.
the scene of this function. intercepted one of, St. Paul's other religion even >.. tlU.IOFFICJAL. llnd.. "4>. I her A. U.
a motto which con- Mr. passe and returned It ''to the St. though we don't particularly like SKAt.) A. J. Tlionian. (OFKICIAI HlCAt.) A..1. Thomas, : (OKKiciAL, MKAI,) A, J. Thom,,..
and Mrs.' Smith the class officers A.. Clerk of paId Court A. Clerk of said Court. I Clerk Circuit Court of flradford
iat deal of truth aa well and sponsors will form the receiving Paul 40 yard line. Here the Tornadoes or believe In them.' He stated 11-1 4t 11-17 10-t3 4t 11-13 County Florida H.. 4t 11-J
:...
that one of the most worthwhile -
of wholesomeThat got started again and in -
undance line. All students and alumniare
six: plays bad scored things about our country is the 11: ClltCI'IT 'OI'HT. sits 'U''OllO .NOTICK "'0 A PPM AH TO "'1"1' 1'11" (CIRC IT COI'RT.: I..i,,'...onn
is, "I fussed Invited to attend both of these : once more Individualto roil, "" %', Fl.Ollllltl IN: CHAN.: IV TIIM Illlfl IT 'UI HT 4>F ..-I' ITV. "'LUlnUI" CII"II!
until Ipan functions. Let's all turn out and J. McRae taking the ball on the right given to every I'Kit V.Th.ltna lilt.tltFOIIII t'OI! !SlY. .....OIU.. ,. (''ttRy
had no shoes sixth play and going the final six worship his God as be pleases" lUthcnrk.( Plaintiff, \.... WM.L.1M MKKLK I'AUMKK IMaln- Ilertlia Faya Drown, Plaintiff v*
boost Bradford High and show Carl o Huthuouk Defendant. Can. ttrr. Jackson C. llrow". afandant.. Cast
who had no feet. the alumni that we .still have the yards for the touchdown. Gassett He pointed out that religion Is No. Ul.. vs. No. 148< No IXM
.odd went off guard for the point.In not a "sissy affair" and that all Old >KH OF PUFILIOATION JIM C. PAT.SIKFl. Defendant.TIIH t>ltl>ICU OF Ptmi.ICATlON'
may be an saying the same spirit and enthusiasm.The truly have been religious ANt NOTION TO ATI-KAU HTATW OF Ft.OIUIIA-TO: ANn 'NUTI'W Tn AI't'E..n
company I think football team of Jasper High the second quarter. another great men" HTATK OF* KI.OKIDA to: Carl O. Jim C. I'aimer. Company A, S4thMeil. STATIc OF FI.AIRIPA to: .I..keoll
lance men Hathi'ork who.. residence In Un C". Urown. of 111611
St. Paul fumble gave BHS a Atnb. llii, Camp llaiklay, Utlnol. Street.
well be applied to an has been chosen to be the victimof -M. G. known.You. T.....*. Mobile. Alabama.
this great football battle anda break. A St. Paul back fumbledon am rixiulrvd to appear on You are hereby. notified that a You are qulrad to appear on
for us right here In his own 45 and the Tornadoes le.'emb.r 71 1943. In the annvnainvd suit has been. filed against you In December 7lh.. 1941 In the abovenfni"i
.cliool and community. .large crowd of interested spec- Court and aau.... wherein the abov entitled cause, and. you .Coilll and cause. wherein
than tators ,Is expected!: to attend. Immediately pounced upon the Senior Class NewsThe olnlntlff seeks .dlvorr and restoration are hereby required to file your seeks divorce riradford.u.
hoot, more any- pigskin and started another drive of Maldmi Nam Tlradtnii written appearanoa' said County Telegraph ish&ii uubli.uh thi.' ,
1 we hear complaints of County TnlnKraph shall puMlnh thlOrriitr with the Clerk of at.lneu'. o..u Order hit next four Weekly ....
Senior Class 9
{ dirt with but met on Nov. ,
Ol' pay the light In n.xt four weekly IHHUVH.Vltnani before December 7th., A., D. 1941. Witness my hand and official
Ve complain about our Juniors Elect fast Gasett doing a lot of the to make plans for the homecoming \ my hand and official seal The nature of saidsuit I I. a bill seal 1 .t !!I1.rke. Flurid.., Ihlll Ovtober -
iir teachers classmates, at Htarko. Florida, thin October of review to vacate the final .- *7th.. 1942.tI"i"l'IAI. .
New OfficersNews running. In no time the Torna- game. Sponsors were elected 80th., 1542. ore recorded In Hook 10 of C. O.. I HKAf\ ) A, J. Thomas.
bout school In general. does had scored McRae makingthe by secret ballot and as yet A. .1. Thomas, paga 190. of the public record of As. Clerk of said Court
iften do we ever pause do know As Clerk of said CmirtOFKICIAI.. said County, wherein Jim C. 10-30 ]t 11-20
we not who they are.
McRae I'al-I
and more news. The score. was stopped ( 'H Af.> mer I t.* plaintiff and Willie _
I ourselves and takeS Inflow Juniors have finally elected their going through center for ,the They will be announced>> later. Our KnlKht A Kills-lit Htnrko, KlorldaAttvii. rell Palmer I I. defendant. iv s'iitvi'r' t'Ot'leT' MHA )Fonn
often do we rea- point. class dues fore' the year are for t'lf. 11-11 4t 11-1 WITNKHS my hand and the aealof ('''1'1'' ''. FLOUIDtl $151515..
Bill Colson Is
officers. president $1.00'1
"
said court at Htarke, Florida 'ICilY.
.
here are many peoplewho Wayne Sargent vice president. After being held on even termsIn ( NOTICE : SENIOR CLASS this 23nd day of October A. 0.10t"FJt"fAf. Andrew Shawn Plaintiff, va. n."I.I .
are many times THEY PAYABLE AD- 1:11: rinriir roi IIT. liM.tiirniiu ItMS. Maria Hhawn Defendant.. Case
ARE IN
I ? I'm afraid Phyllis Hazen. secretary, and the third period Starke started ::OIN:'iv. 5Lt)5tlt. n ......\1\\,. S11A1)! A. J. Thomas., I 2210. No.
than we ;Marjorie Davis treasurer. Con- rolling again In the final stanza. VANCE.) Clerk Circuit Court 10-13 4t ItUNOTICIO OnnEn OF PtlUMCATIOV
lies we are a little tort '- JUMllnv Hlckvy KHkuBn, Plaintiff I ASh NOTKMO TO AI'PKAR
gratulations.The Gassett tallied the fourth touchdown V"". Kilw a r d teilktirii. OnfandHlit HTATH OF ."[
like that and : FOIt TIIH CI.ONIM1 OK A .UIUnA to: heeds
things CllKO
juniors are busy selling after leading the team In a 10-G NewsOur No. 1199. Maria tJ ,*
in our own UI-tI't'lt t 'F T'tmUOATION: <'ERl'iIe SItES IM UNIOM A Mil You :nr..qUlr..
Ives deep subscriptions to magazines. in 65 yard march Wasdtn went off ANt NOTICK TO AI'I'KAK: nI4".0IlU lOI'NTIKN.:/ FI.OIIlll -, December to appear on
that la a rash '. TO TIIH TKIU' OFiAMM 7th.. 1942 In the above
(Perhaps order to make money for the all- tackle forthe point. The next room had a meeting two>> HTATK UF KI.OKIDA tot Kdwnrd A 15155I.M. AMM HlllltM.A'MU I named Court and cause, whereinPlaintiff
Krlkxfii. .
of Mr. I
CRT
it Is true. Hubert Morturty.
but -
[lo make know what ban- from weeks ago and elected UHI'ollows Flit IIK4IIIN44: *151511.5.1Under : seek divorce. Bradford
( 9fficera
important you touchdown cume on a pass HlHter. 29 lontley Av... J. r* County Telegraph
shall
I could our .. authority of Hnctlon 7. publish this
eyesto
open *:r City N. J. .
quet!) Hazel Packham has brokenall Colson to King In the end zone : You are rxoulrxd to ter UII... Ijiws .f Florida 'h"P'j, Order In naxt four weekly I Issues..

gn and take an Interestoplo's records among the salesmen.She which was good for 20 yards.Morgan President -- AI'line'Pew.. Umiomlmr Tth.,' 1941. In appear the nbovo on ,31.n! : notice I*rJ"vr: : r..flJ'J' seal Witness. my hand.. and official
ar Htarke
difficulties and named Court and .... wherein 4)I after ,. Florida thla Oct.
really must have persuasion.Robin.. ran for the extra point. Vice-President Barbara Horn. plaintiff seek" divorce iaii and restora for a period of five year, the fot-I 22nd.. I94J.OFFICIAL: .
fee sympathy how soon Torna- Secretary -- Marion Johns. : thin of MaIden Nan*. llradfmd low i,,. ilencrlbed area I In tin ( HKAM A..I. Thomas
With subs in action the
Iroublen would dwindle Treasurer Catherine Revuls.Reporter County Telegraph shall puMlxh tlifn and Ilradford Counties, Floildu. I Aa Clerk of said. Court I
moat and how does carried to the Rambler four -- Order I In four weekly IHHUBM.. ba closed to the takingof team I;, 10-10 4t 1120I'M j'
nothing Berta Lee .. animals., bird and fur bvar .
Ima with 40 seconds left to play. Gas- George.We Wltn mv hand and official sent gam' -
tr would be our char- SnooperHI i ace going to do our best at Htark. Florida. this October ins animal: CIHCI IT ....['It'r. Site IMP-OKI I II
| that should sett went over for the final touch- IXtn.. UU.OFII'IttAL. llMglnninsT at the Huutheast & ,>rneri I I I 40IIMTY.' FMMIIIIAl IM (...",. I
l Is right we
folks-how's every little down and Wasdln ran the point.In and try to make the tenth gradeof ( SKAL' ) A. J. Thonmi. of Heitloil 0, Township 5 $uuthl', C'KHY. ,
led about ourselves but 1942-43 a success. An. Clerk' of mild Court. ItHlige 21 [;:....t. In Iliadford County ; harry Asbury Johnson. Plaintiff. I
[ right that we should thing? I just got back from my the backfield Gassett and J. 11-8 4t 11.27 hence. running North 11,800 fxetij 1 1Ihenee vs. Mary Hell Johnson Defendant
Berta Lee : West feat th..nr.1
I George 1,110 ;
where I i Case No. SIll
of rationing board got my McRae were outstanding and In North l.HJO thence 10.-I a!
feet i
i life time job it. iv I "
rtnri'iT ;ci't 1 I OltDKIt OF PtritMOATION
roiTiiT nntnvonnPLOHIDAl ; :
false 180 feet tliencx Houth I, ,
number on eyelashes.Oh ; !
priority Crews and Dud .
-I.L.D. the line Lanier COVSTY" IV ..IIANCharlen AND I NOTIOM TO API'KAK
tlienue Wait taett tli i
Jewell Is It the navy that ley were good. Many Changes ('IditY. i.620 1.840 feet meHouthweat I I HTATN OF FF.OItlDA to: Mary i iI
holds heart now or al1I Harvey Dennett Plaintiff, 1.7DO feet; thence West; t..r. t4r''t: ) i Dell. Johnon. Whose residence la
your showed well and .
subs
Our up Greet Students VH. Caroline Dennett. Defendant.. 201 Daniel Avenue, Vallejo. Cali
|Ec. Gleanings I' think that I .. outh 3,9X0 feet ; thence I la.You.
bearing things? we hope ( I'mlUre they do too) Cane No. 1108.Utll.tK : f"t.r* feet i thence Houlh' l.liilO torn

jrlouo classes of home saw you and him at the Ga.-Fla.) that they will get a chance In We the students of Bradford ANt>; NOTTCW OP" PtrniJCATION TO APt'1oJAtl County feet: thence line; West also lo a,620'feet New River to the the December are 7lh required, 1941. 'In to appear the above on

under the our last two games to show what High School wish to thank all HTATHJ OF1 FLOItlDA tot Carolina division between tho two counties.; named Court anil cnuse. wherein
[ expert guid- game.Will Tlonnett whOH residence I. plaintiff seek dlvur. ..- Urailford
un thence I.7AO feet In Union County
somebody please, tell me can do and prove that those for our new .
they responsible known.
'. McRae. are now seised This. point I* the Houtheast corner County Telegraph shall publish/ thin
In what why Walter K. is always drawn. to though this year they are subs school building. The Instant we You. are required to appear on of the Southwest quarter of the Order In next four weekly Issues.Wltnasa .
they pre- December 7th 1941!. 5 In the above my hand and official.
Northwest II
quarter of Hnt-tlon In
the Union Lunch Room? I don'tknow they are the future team of B. enter the wide corridors we realize named Court anal
pl I sewing. Many are and muse, wherein Knlon anil n r ad ford Countle,; at Htaike. 1"ios'ida thl October
and but I think that her nameis H.S. what a privilege it la to attend plaintiff saeka. dlyor,... )lradfor thence runningNorth 1,3110: featlthenca 99th, 141OFFICIAL
fuses, some pleated V. S. County Telegraph shall publish. W..t 2MO feet thence ( HKAM A. / Thon'...
tlrta.. and even more Margie. a school which provides all thin Order In next four weekly North H.B10 feet : thenue West. I.X20 I A*. Clerk o( said Cour, \",
socks. Nevertheless Charlte Charlie1 won't 'you the opportunities fo"advance! that isaueH.Witness. fni't; thence North 5.2HO feet ; theme ie-30 4t 11-20
r my hand and officialMeal West. 1.310 feet; thence North 1.640 --
I obvious that they are please make up your mind. Is it Library Installs our school provides at Htarke. Florid*. this Outober feet; thence. West. (IBOO feet ; thenceHouth IX rllKTIT COIJIIT. ntltllFOHIII'OHMTY.

UHtrlous At the still Garnlta or have you developed In our school there are three 22ml, l 42OPKICIAI. t 1.320 f..tl. ; thence West I.. FIUIU.'N.
group. ., -
,
New System < 8MAL) A. J. Thonia. ,8tO feet : thence. South l.flOO feet) I
|is unit on sewing they a sudden liking for Melverna? distinct units-.A, B. and C. UnitA An Clerk of "..Id I Court i then. Kast 1.310 feet; thenca Houth .I'lOHY.lij. II. .
l.olt. Plaintiff
vs. Virginiat. 1
feve Errant thought: I wonder If is occupied by the elementary 10-S3 4t 11-13 2640 feet ( hence Went 2.640 feet I It
a tea or luncheon During the summer the books henna Houth 2,640 fact ; thence l.ott. 'Defendant Case No. 3216. I

j lime they will invite Earl Perry is girl shy. He's really from the schooillbl'ary were stored grades and'unlt D is occupied by NOTICE OPPPI.\TION Kast 2.840 feet: I hence Houth 2.840 .- I OKDKH NOTICIO OF PltRT.tOATIONAND TO APPKAHaTATIS :
Foil TtX.: ttKKHea feet thenca Fist: 1,320 feetithe
:
the Junior School. Unit C
I numerous other per- a good catch girls. In piles while the new school High ea.le lull Vn. iu.1t ,,... South 1,320) feat; thencewest OF FLORIDA to: Virginia" ,
ew and approve their Another fact disclosed. Lorene under construction.Then Is devoted entirely to the Senior NOTION IS II F:1t" IIY OIVRN. 1.31O feet ; thence Houth !.- Lee Lott whose reldnca I I.. un. .
building was School. The Home That Stafford I.. Crew. ,,. holder of WHO feet ; thence Southeast' ,1,960" known. I
High
I'menls. With title in wears her ring on the right fin. when the building was finished new Tux Certificate Nc,. 269 'Issued. the I feet to County Una I : also New Itlvur, You are required to appear 'onDecember "
Vat many of them are Instead of the left. Could enough for some organizingto Economics Department occupieR 2nd, day of tleptevnber A. I>. 140.hu i the division line between the twot'tiuli.s I 7lh, IH42. .In. lbs above ,
ger ;
named Court and wherein
filed In ,; end thence B.II20 feet lo cause "
naina floe a
the north wing of Unit C. The my j
make their work astt or doesn't It had to plaintiff seeks divorce and no other
there be a reason begin. the books also lm made upplluatton. for a tax ttolnt ten feet Went of tha Mouthwest I
t as A office has been moved downstairs deed corner of the Northwest relief. Hradford County Telegraph.
possible great anything? and set in the to bo Issued thereon Said ininrter -'
mean be rearranged; up shall publish thl. order In next
of the Northeast ofHectlon
rtlflrata nuatter
and Is located t ambracwa the> following !
its entrance
Jterest I la being shown the little Joe : four weekly Issue .
It tickles me way new library.Mr. d"'rlb..d properly In tha County 27 In Ilradford Counlv, I
Iy! formed course and runs' around seeing to every little Rooks and Mrs. Dowling just Inside the main entrance of rf Bradford State of Florida, t... thnnca rtinnlnic Hnat: 8,940 faetithenca Witness. my hand and official
wit: North 1,31)0 lent : thence. veal at Htarke, Florida, this lath
lithout saying that a thing pertaining to senior activi are in charge of the library this Unit C. Upstairs seven classrooms NKVi at HW<,4 of NWH Hep. III Rust. 0240., feet ; Ihenco Norm 7.1)20 .. of October 19U.I !
[ of knowledge can and ties. He's really got the spirit A staff Interested, students and the library are located. Twp. 6 H. It. 21 K.: containing 10 feet : thence West 1,320 ft .1. 1 I 1 (OFFICIAL HH1AL. ) A. J. Th<>m.., I
year.
acre,, more or lee*. (helii-H North 2,640 feel thvncaRnst A* Clerk of said Court
Lined pertaining to all and HOW. Is helping with the shelf We, the students of Bradford The assessment of the said property 11.'110 feet. to the Houlheicorner I ;t 1.-30 4t 11-20<< .

domestic life. All Joke of the week. Dot F. and list which Is almost completed.The High, together with a most efficient under the said certificate Is.eued .. of Hectton *.. In ItradfordCounty ,,. | -, +I
or frnnr wt nv.tha ii
to Mrs. McRae our Clarence Thomas went over to books are to be arranged faculty take this opportunity F, Morgan.was In the .name of Mrs. S. h"an. THE OLD RELIABLE ;'

j and the many others Gainesville to attend the falr.only under the Dewey Decimal System. to thank the' Interested Unless. said rertlflfnte. Hhalt lie I.'; .V.: I fnNNmtY..ui tni.el', ,.; Kxeciillve of (I Kin *Mefie'iirv. anil-'I 1

[ 80 unselfishly, contrl- to find that they were a week This Is a number system to Indicate patrons for- coming to' ,pur rescue property redeemed dnarrlbed wcuoidlnif: therein to. law will the ba Fresh. Water Fish. t 11-6 ftt I 11-10 If you need a good laxative or eath.artlc I

I the success of this, ahead of time. Nothing like wasting the type of books whichare In a time of need. As a result sold to the big-heat bidder at the to relieve headache, biliousness,

good gas for nothing says in the library. If all students I we are sure, that the' graduatesof roiir I In housa the door month' rm the of first December Monday :oIO'l'U'1 OF APPLICATION or that lazy tired feeling when doe tc '

your (A ration card) reporter. will cooperate this should proveto Bradford High School will, be 1943. whIch; Is the 7th., day of December ; 45.5.6.volt. TAX Hill "No.HKKI; hIS) temporary constipation ask: for and

Fashionsot ATTENTION! That's "a familiar be a great help. more able to take their places Iri Dated, 1941.this Ilnd., >day of October, NfJ"It.I; 18 HKItKHy (1IVKN. be sure you get :

word to the' Phy. Ed classes now The library should be respected the world.Eighth. 19 42.lFji'ZCIAT.. Tax That Certificate F. lit. Packham numbered holder of IIBRBINB :

| as many sandals are but the best soldier among the enough that each one of us will GradeFrom Clerk of Circuit. SKA.)..urt'.0i' DradfordCounty Thomas. No. 101. 101>. 181, 63, r.sl.e'tively 141 and- ALL DKUO STORES t' :

this year as in sea- girls I think you will agree is 'want to do a part. to keep it Florida._ 10-11 4t 11-1 16.1 iseued A. I.)the. 1940.2nd has. day filed of aama Hep.temher .

Everyone Is compro- "Colley". She really knows how I quiet at all times. Let us resolve the eighth grade there IX TIIM COTHT OF TIlES. COUNTYJtJIMlH. In my office and ha. mad.. application -

|the !saddle! oxford. Thendlng to stand up and take ,notice. now to do our part and are three boys Herbert Crews HHAIIKOIIIt COUNTY: for. Tax 1 Dead to .ba Issuedtheraon. AUTO PARTS ,

since they have Frances Powell Is good too. i keep our library a room of study Steve Weldon ahd Walter Dew In n.onmt rat Kstate. i*of pnonAi'H Said certificate* respectivelyembrace I GENERATORS AUTO GLASS

"leal ed that the sad- The seniors shoo are get tin' upa and reverence who are on the football team. Her J. C. MannlnvDeceased. the following described CASH FOR OARS AND ",
does two-fold duty. program for the -E.'L.' B. bert Crews was the only one who properties in the County of Ilrad
awellelegant TO AL.I. CKKOITOIVff ANI PKTlHONH ford. Slate of Florida, to-wltt; TRUCKS IN ANY
very comfortable for home-comln' game next week played In the game, Friday night : MAVINO C1.AIMH Oft DI5II HR'of NKV4 Hectlon 20 Twp. CONDITION \VE BUY
ar and are ono Rumor has It. that : against. St. Paul. We are proud AN DM AOAINHT HAID I'IITATI': 7 H. K. 21 11.. containing 4O Acres.
.
easy with Jasper. Senior Biographic You and each of you .1''. h.r.by more or less I I. embraced under JUNKED 4e WRECKED: -
play In. Although there will, be a dance and open 'to have Herbert In there plowingfor notified and required to presentany aid Certificate. No. 101 AUTOS
..,
All NP1U f NWI4 K of Hoad
ords prove better Inn house at the school for all students NINA BISHOPAs good old Bradford High Although clalma and! demand which Men 2* Twp. 7 H. It. 31 ill. coll- \
or either of 'have
some still wear "culs and alumni. And we're all my eye proceeds down the Steve and Walter did not aaralnat you the ,., ::fu.J may C. Manninir taming. 21 Acre*. more or las* isemtraced Used Autos! $2:) up

to school. gueesln who the lucky ones are somewhat lengthy list of senior deceaaed. late of said BradfordCounty. County. 10S. under. said certificate No. HASKINSAUTO
to the County Judge of
wear the same 'sen- who were chosen a s sponsors.But it falls/ on the name of a blue- there. th. top ring of the ladder Florida, at hi. office In KVd of Lnt 57 In Woodlawn II..,;.
rtable shoe aa always. I that's a secret at chestnut-haired girl 5' 5" Is. hers.JOSKI'H. the Courthouse of said County at 20 Twp e H. It. 22 1':., containing S PARTS
guess eyed Htarka. Florida, within eight calendar : Acres. more or las. I.. embracedunder
being mostly brown least for now. Let's all be on tall. weight 117 pounds Nina months) from the time of the salfi certificate No 161. North of Town on Road IS

I black and white black hand for the game and .boost our Bishop? WILLIAM"ANDR"W". first publication of this notlca.Rach .Wt4 of Lot 67 In Woodlawn Hee.I .
claim or demand shall be In
Shoes with straps school 100 per cent. Nina rushed into the world IU writing and shall atata the place

Monteen and Jessie are always July 10 1927 and has been rushing The president of. the senior of realdenc and poet office address
opular.'E. Joe Andrews Is of of the ('claimant and shall b. sworn We Do Superior Work ,
Eng- class our
time for be one
to
L. E. so excited when its ever since. She seems t.. by the claimant ......t.' or at*
I lish class. Could Billy have something -, filled with an unceasing effervescence most energetic boys. He Is also tornejr :in'rr.: such claim or demand ..'
president of the "B" Club. He .. shall ba void I
lad do with It? of
to _. ___ energy. Delia ManningA
I goodness! I Just cant gee AMy Stark. school welcomed this was born October 1. 1023. and administratrix. 10-JJ' 4t 11tiiw For Better Cleaning I:

nS of the pep squad the seniors who are getting vivacious little girl In the first I has been attending this academyof .- \
over sudden. Its breach Nina advanced arts and sciences for 'IRr'M' corRT.OOI71TV \Oll'ORD' ... ...... ". .
Friday of a Without a "
all
afternoon at engaged grade. : FLOR.Uell"". ;"
I to dlscusa and makehe simply overwhelming. Onle :Mae has continued to come here and eleven years. This was 'preceded CP.RY.Mary TRY THE \ ,, 1

forthcoming foot- Starling and Gladjrs Loper. Congratulations now she is about to graduate. I by a prep course at Mrs. Ham- 272. Wllbart D.f.ndant. Ca. No. :d

i and the homecoming girls. An outstanding personage Nina rick's kindergarten. O'RDKK'OF PtrrtLirATiov: NEW METHOD CLEANERS .

| 20. The cheerleader From the News boxWhoserings may be found in any activity for When Joe was about ten yearsold. Harry AND V.NOTICB Wllbert.TO Plaintiff APPKAK v*. .(

I and a good represen- (class) are some of bur the upbuilding of the school. She be and his family moved to MTATE OF FLORIDA to: Mary Mr. and )1..... E. O. Edward, Owners !
e wearing? To cheerleader for several Lake where resided Wllhert whoaa residence la *11IM \
P cheering squad. sweet young things has been a Klngsley; they Venice bou.rd. LM Anceles, California SIS Temple Your Phone
fc'ded' that all would mention a few-.June B., Bernice years. Football games will until last June. Then. they 1 Patronage ;

hand at these games M.. and Melverne T. hardly be the same without her moved back to Starke. December You are 7th, u4t:; to In appear the aboranamed on Avenue Appreciated ISAPrompt ; '

In active part In let- It you don't want to gecau&ht to back the boys. Joe Is very Interested in his I Court and ...u.., wherein --p l --. .. -- WI .&. J-"a.j ;

"lumnl and opposing I within the clutches of Ima Among Nina's weaknesses are: school work and his favorite subjects plaintiff seeks divorce.shall publish Tlradford. thla '
County Telegraph .
1 that we are loyal to Snooper, the seer e t very Glen Miller' orchestra, a certain are Chemistry and History. i Order In naxt four w..kIY luau.... - - -- --- -----p -- p -q j

| and those things for simple. Don't do anything! But boy In the senior clam and Lana Likes:. Alexander Hamilton chew Witness. my hand and official
seal at Starke, Florida this Oo-
ands. Here's a. case I please take notice she Is a very Turner. All these she likes as ing gum. Mrs. Ruby'' Mae Perkins sober 12nd, 141. Service Careful Drivers

Jean show our loyalty observing person. much as she dislikes blase people and lotS'O noise.. Dislikes: (OFFICIAL SKA.) A. J.. Thomas,
.
Aa Clerk of said Court.
effective way. Let's7P I i tests on ,algebra and base Thomas Jefferson quiet people, 104t 11-11

.quad for It. la alpportant ioClass New [ ball. and uncooperative people. I.. TUK COrBT-OF' TUB: ('ol'rlTy3lDGJc Starke Taxi Service ; 1
as the team Nina state. that after graduation After graduating from this nHitip COUNTY,

F Ig r sort of way. i i Dale 'Cherry who left B. H. S. I she Is going to Wesleyan College modern academy he Intends to FLORIDA. II PRO 4TIO
In Kstate of t
duty Macon G4. In a few attend Stetson If he re:
of every studentOn im 1940 has returned. In University. David Powell CarpenterTleceaeed.
the team or with J. E. Bennett who has attended : years she hopes to be able to Is as Inclined to work at. Stetson Phone 150 '

0) sit with, the pep I.B. H. S., has moved to Jackson- fly. She should begood ''at this as be is here, we know.'that he TO AIr IIAVINO onRDITOJVH CLAIMS AND on FF.HftONS np;-.

J really YELU Let's i i because she is so hlghspirlted. will rise to the height of his am HANDS AOAINST All() EHTATK-

Jfrorn belne aid that ,111.. We know that Nina's mind will bition. So here's to Joe and may notified You and and each required of you are to presentany hereby Day Night,

ctrrs or ever let our Office S a p p Dee. Bradford be with her physical person-in be have every success that life rlalm and demand which you

County TelegrapH. the clouds. And If she keeps It can give. or either.t.t.of of_ you David mar Powell have Carpen axainaithe r _, _--_ a-- _-_ __ 1>4.

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i F '' BRADFORD OOCNTT IBXKOnATO. STAItKB FLOIUD.4 FRIDAY JiiO VF.MBgR
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I i 'tr 1 w3 i, :: ,'.' SOCIETY and CLUBS I pal School of and tho who told Bradford gave something an"County excellent of High what address I i' To Bring 'Black Gold' to Oil-Starved East would have and never given appreciate realized me on the the how ho elegy,\


A'q the'school la trying to do for the paper'untU I i,,.
Junior Club Members boys and glrtotraining them for got lip her,
Mrs. Wear To Address Weidener-Sperla I like the
In the coast
better citizens; adjustment GUIlr4
WSCS CirclesThe Hear WAAC SpeakerLt. unselfishly This I, a nice, !till
In a quiet ceremony at the Bap- post war period and to trall1 1g
tist Saturday night, Cora think of others as they go and I am taking c ttatlo..
paatortum Walker
interesting o
;f ,? Woman's Society of Christian gave an T, p,
Service of the Methodist Oct. 31, Mia. Katberlne Sperla, of talk on the WAAC at through life. tin of the Ports) I

church will meet Monday after Merietta, Penna., became the he regular meeting of the JUDlorWoman' Mra. Matthews also presentedthe Dempsey The under Jar
bride Donald Weldener, of G. Powell who boy are
of-Sgt. Club Wednesday night. Rev. C. spoke "IV
noon, Nov. 16, at 3:30: o'clock at friendly here
( the church. Program and business Mlddletown Pa, who I is stationed She was Introduced to her audi- in behalf of the Red. Crosa and and you can the
allover
1' meeting. at Camp Blanding. Rev. A. E. once by Miss Faye Peterson urged all to take,an enthusiastic I New York without

The guest speaker will be Mrs. Llghtfoot. pastor of the Baptist chairman of the program and Interest in the work of" this most penny. People seem to look

Robert B. Wear, who with ber church, performed the ceremony. be meeting waa presided over by helpful organization. He spoke 'to the service men and
in Miss Frances: Peek.It of the nutrition clasHes in the go to the you n
husband spent many years "show'
',, China doing Y. M. C. A. work. : New Arrival was decided that the club Recreational Bull 1 d I n g of the ae e nJ food free, and someoni tree eat
Mrs. Wear's subject will be i C. Jack- will entertain members and, their Methodist church. I and of the ? Yifr Is a1'l1)
,;{ and Mrs. Robert wanting: to take the )
+' "Chrl Uan Work among Womenof 'son announce the arrival of a scoria! at a welner roast Wednesday local Red Cross work along a private homes for bon tal
China", and she will have on Nov. T, night, Nov. 18. Well the wepkw,
daughter, born Saturday, number of lines It !? lime to
display a number of Chinese In the Alacbua County Hospital, Defense stamps were purchased Mrs. Rawson J.: Davis, chaIr- I sack'' (Coast Guard "hit t Ib
Jit by members for the Woman's way el
i curios II
Gainesville. Ing "go to bed" }
y. This program is under the direction Club Federation.The > man of music, song "fXy: Buddy," this' time. If ) go WIll cl

of Circle Two. and was Kosta StratosMr. following were accepted a. with Mrs. L., A., Canova as accompanist This photo taken In tonrvlew. Texas shews laying. .* the first see- drop me a card you Want any_
'
planned by Miss Olive Ray; assistant members of the club: Miss Lillian needed oil from the oilfield and I nip
A patriotic duet was lion of the giant pipeline that will bring sorely glad'to give It to
chairman of the circle. All Stump, Miss Pearl Lewis southern lUiaols, whence It CM be rushed lethe you, unleak
1, and Mrs. Sam K. Stratoe sung by Mrs. Davis and Mrs. of the Southwest to breaking a military
members are urged to attend and lira. Vernon Silcox. Eastern seaboard by tank cars. The 24-Inch pipe used In the line secretS
visitors will be ,welcomed. announce the arrival of a son Hostesses for the evening were Canova, and was followed by all has steel walls three-eighths of an Inch thick. Take note of the ".nltcber. 1.. (Buck) AlI'aIt:
in Thomas- ," electric device that spots flaws In the pipe covering which Is ron
Kosta, at the hospital Miss Faye Peterson, Miss Lucile singing our National Anthem. aa
the pipe to make. sore that all Is shipshape before the section Is
Circle No. Threes yUle, Ga., Wednesday, Oct. 28. Mitchell, Mrs. Ed Torode and Mrs.: During the social period an ice over......1..... 1 t I '
Mr. Straton. ls manager of a ,Harry Houston. course was served by Mra E. K. ------

Circle No. 3 of the Baptist Monticello picture theatre, and Perryman, Mrs. W. E. Middleton Capt. Rickenbacker

+ '" W.A. Lawson M. B. will Monday meet with afternoon Mrs. H.at partner with W. N. Carnaslon at New Guest BUS SpeakerAt Principals and Mrs. Luther G. Powell. I Letter Box; FOR ACID INDIGES'TOC

t 3 o'clock. the Park. '
Airs.\
Hostess
Woman's Club Mayhugh i
--0 To Ladies Brooklyn, N. Y'i:
Auxiliary "
''t FUNERAL DIRECTOR The November meeting of the t Just a line from me to you I

Woman's Club was held Wednesday Mrs. M. C. Mayhugh was hostess Received your police Number 2.
y 41 My Many Team Experience Makes. It Possible for Me to Jreoder afternoon In the club build- to the Ladies Auxiliary .of the Enclosed please find a buck fro t

'' EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE ling, and, the business meeting Presbyterian church on Tuesday me,

'T t MODERATE! PRICES I was presided over by the presi, afternoon at 3:3O: ( o'clock. Fall + t And six months more your news 50cCarpenter's

,, DeWITT C. JONES dent. Miss Evelyn Stump. flowers were 'used to advantage I'll see.

,.',$ Starke, Florida The treasurer, Mrs. W. H. Hart, throughout the home, and the ( can endure the cold and sleet; '

n ..._ -" ._ v, .... .. IT H' -- reported on the financial standingof guests were comfortably seated In I can survive without' gas or heat.I Drug Star
the club and Mrs, Grace the living room. can even see the Dodgers.lose,.
.. .,
_
f +-0 L r. acted afford
Wainwright as secretary. Miss Lucile Mitchell and the But can't to miss your

t DR. LEMUEL COLSON DENTIST Mrs. K. G. Duncan, chairman of Rev. Charles Allen were In news. I

miplles for Camp Blanding hospital charge of a Thanksgiving-Armis' -John BroXesch (Better
'{ 129 East Call Street read a report of articles tlce Day program' which was known as Johnny Eckert.)

needed at the hospitaL It waa opened by a devotional serviceled --:--
unanimously voted to present a by Miss Mitchell. An Interest- Brooklyn N. Y.
Hours 9 A. M. to 7 P. M.\ Evenings By Appointment ,
punch bowl and two dozen glasses Ing Bible quiz was conducted by I appreciate the service you 5H0 EPAIR

;: +'5 _,_ U .. T, 00> I to the hospitaL Mrs. A. Z. Ad- the Rev. Mr Allen and later a

: kind, one of the sponsors for the beautiful poem, "So Thankful", private Jones
Florida Children's Home In Jack- was read by Miss, Mitchell. Intimate camera study of Capt.

y COMPLETE LINE OF MILITARY sonville, made a motion that the The president,.(>Mrir." !" K., G. Dun Eddie Rickenbacker. American ace
SUPPLIESFOR olub give $10 to this Worthy can, presided "ove..."the business of World War I and famed aviation -Jet's have your
who reported missingon
expert, waa
cause, and the motion I : vcFr
was car session, and at this 'time there the Pa- '
an Inspection flight over
THE SERVICE MEN OF CAMP BLANDINGWE rled unanlmouuly. was a discussion on the subjectof cific. Rickenbacker was aboard .n' FALLFOOTWEAR

OFFER FAIREST PRICES AND Mrs. E. L. Matthews chairman buying ,, new pews for, the army plane from the Island of Oahu '
FRIENDLY SERVICE of program, introduced the guest church. The treasurer read a In Hawaii when he dropped from .
speaker, Foster Shl Smith, princi most favorable report of the sight. Seven army officers and enlisted lJ
men were with him.
P. S. STORES Inc. DAINTY FOOTWEAR
fInancial condition of the Auxiliary REPAIRS
TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU ,

,tsj Blanding Center Bus Station Carolyn Callstreet. After disposing of business, a OUR C SPECIALTYFinest

social period was enjoyed and the
And 14S W. Call St. Starke Fla. cIr Tli. B.IU of the Burieks-d.ipit.
hottteaa served refreshments representing tons.(.1 U.r .ecret. -Rnmford Baking Leather Used
"The frost is on thepumpkin" / Powdar. (Hot face powder!)
you're look In' for something! Klaxon Hint to his identity: A slice of gingerbread Rnmtord helps yon make the best .

._ on ... ... '_n__ .. .o.n .- .. super Pug nose, light hair, blue eyes represented the ground, whipped cakes private's and pat.t.IAII-pho.ph.t.lnEIIi cootdei i that ever tickled! a TheElectric
Why not date a paratrooper goea by bill initials, been outta booklet of .a.rl... recipe I Shoe
.cream was the "frost", and aprl- Victory Shop
Yen .
'WHY GO FISHING ? girls we have already stepped school three years'f'. Who's the cote took the place of the "pumptin" -- Help eonierve vital lapplie Write to-
out with the infantry, the Staff who's more day. Rumford Baking Powder, Box '
Sgt. than attentive This clever Aero. ** From Park Theatre!
GO TO NEWSOME'S MARKET" artillery, the anti-tankers, the to Sadie Prince at all arrangementwas BS. R Xnmford Rhode laland.,
much the
enjoyed by guests.
S S mobilized
cavalry and perhapseven the dances? 0 Freddie Wlm-
an 3{. P.'Or two, but' the real I .
berly ponderln' deeply over Walter
y Fresh Water and Salt Water Fish, Shrimp, etc.
daring young men on the flying King's call to the colors .
0 0
4p, Live and Dressed Poultry, Fruits and VegetablesNEWSOME'S trapeze are those wiry young r
fellows with the ry
I IF ,. whlte-parachute- Spotted an' Jotted: Margaret 4
on- Ins Ignla, Beanie sportin' red shoes with
I
who are now in our midst .
'; MARKETNext ? laces that tie around the ankles
But 0 n second thought, don't The "dernier crl", my dear
know whether I'd rate these.boys Jackson back with Denmark's 1
Door To New Method Cleaners On Temple Ave. an a good matrimonial risk or
nice to see him there
not, for a gal wouldn't
stand a o Joe Edwards (Jr.) rnatrlcu.latin' -
chance with 'em on Sadie Haw-
at Blanding .
Monday
kins .
Day I'd chase a man
S OPEN FROM 11 A. M.\ TO 11 P. M.\ over land 'an' sea, hut draw the Aline LanIer brlghtenln up Call FaRr
St. in an adorable green suit .
line at JumpuV outta
a plane
Eva Anderson takln'
LUNCHEON35c after him! advantage
apt the Armistice. holiday to give
her back yard a thorough rakln
Football game liu Friday night an' all-around repair job .

gave the home town element a Gertrude Beasley bury as a bee,

SHRIMP FISH, CHOPS, SIRLOIN STEAK golden oppo r tun I 11 y to cheer convertln' her garageInto a

,DEVILED CRAB CALFS LIVER-2 VEGETABLES themselves hoarse as BHS ran ducky ,little apartment: (Why I
up a score of 41-0 over St. Paul don't more'of ua dqtha'< ; an' fOOl
NO DRINK OR, DESSERT On hand from the U. of F. the high-ups whcv\, JOs,won't give

We Maintain The Cleanest Place In Town were Joe Lander, Ovid Futch, Starke any, boWles T) .'-', Wilbur u.,ir

,.'" .. Douglas Hazen anH o ran c e McCull home for a few days, To meet the demands. .f wartime tre..l.
Gibba (Buddy) Davis-the latter bein' warmly greeted by dotln Florida.. Meter tines has extended to .*

GUIDON GRILLOpposite with one of those nifty crew haircuts wife Selma Clara Mae Har' clliriet to the .......... We seed. y w <*'

he goes in for these days ley's sweet new pin-a gift from 1 r te, r ...ration a g.CHI l .port.-ond good AMfk

Courthouse --'Jim Forrest, Mgr.\ Luminous alumni Jack Halle, Mac. Judy,Green"celebratin: .<_to keep oeittiel traniporMlW"n
Phone>> 90STARKE Freeman Register an Leonard her seventh birthday with l a the ...."..Your re.p...e hat .been ."..

Smith (Jr) helpln' to lend vim I party, complete with trimmings

,s .9 vigor an' volume to the band i Eloise Bullock' .now at
ssl Betty Green Helen (Dow.i Koch's 0 Postmaster Stump

ling) Lee. Gayle Sewell an' Kay: off to New York h>.r a few days
Wear, an enthusiastic an' colorful ,
'
foursome *
Bobby Turner '
i 1 i -- "tS
benched from the Pep Squad be.cause I Seems I erred. in reportln' that
of a sprained! ankle i I Scootle Duke an' ddtter Gall were

I I ridln their bike when autostrucklas'

al FLA Hear 14 Cora Walker, glamor.I week Theyrwere In their I 4
ous WAAC who spoke to the f car," an' Scootle says the thing

Women Wednesday PM, was &.Ir'l that hurt the worst!was not their
.. tin' the girls quite I
=
--- personal bruUxs- but"( the fact
f
till she came to the part about that two near-new{Urge suffered HOW YOU CAN HELP YOURSELF
Sun. Mon. minimum ,
Tues.
Nov. 15 17
16 '
weight beln' 100 Ibs. Internal Injuries, ;.. 'Hear MarJ -
That lets out
Fran Peek
Stephens (attractive!x-Starkelte)

Glory Hole of The 1900's Faye Della Rosenberg Peterson Pearl whose Lewis combined an' will James become Brooks,the Carson bride of In the Lt. AND YOUR COUNTRY

Booming Rush for Wealth tonnage would be something less i Chapel at Fort Oglethorpe' Tenn.,
than 399 .. '
and Power! Story goes that Dec. 8 .., 'Sa girl. Hilda Lane Travel on Tuesdays Wednesdays. Thursdays, leaving
express man delivered
a luscious (Jr.
) for the Robe Jackson .. .
%
bushel of week-ends for in uniform who can
apples at the A. F. Bobby arrived Tuesday from men and,war workers

\' Sauls, Thlnkln'residence tother afternoon Madison WIs., for ten days which travel at no other time. .
from some they were a gift the Army graciously granted him -
unknown benefactor to get acquainted with, his new
Pearl Sauls.I Louise Isham an' daughter Newest treatment ,Take as little baggage as possible. Travel ,light only

started Eloise Dees nibblin"opened. ,the. Few basket minutes an' prescribed for Phy.,Ed. classes at one suitcase is, best. Experienced travelers always find it
BHS is drilluV In the real military -
later' the express man returned more convenient.Don't .
.
an' manner Hear{ the girls,
announced that the apples especially, are takin to ,It In a '
\
belonged to the W. B. Sewell's big Franceaa Powell
way .
take travel
(much to Mrs., Saul's embarrassment reacts to those commands like a unnecessary trips.' Today essential,

) But the Sewells' were regular WAAC I'm told...: taxes the facilifie! and equipment; of all carriers. {
only minus four apples, thank to

1 starring the quick recovery on the part Hear Jimmy(< pV)'Itrwnlr l K :
of the Traveling'by bus it's know onlya !
CONSTANCE RENNET BROD express man U, la Washington (State); \vhlch good to you're using

Is considerably nearer C home than fraction as much rubber parts and gasoline per mile, as tin
CRAWFORD ANNE GWYNNE Oallopln'( Gossip: Certain Staff .
,
Alaska anyway Sterna there'
; ANDY DEVINE LEO'' CARRILLODirect.ed Egt., now in Texas, keeps Velma possibility: that ;he might be driving your own cor.1 Save your,car for "in-town" use.

by* Ray KnrUht Norman standln' In line at the transferred to Blanding Surely .

Associate Producer, George Waggnrr those P.O., buyln stamps to answer hope It comes to peas, No UNION BUS STATION 141
letters .
,
Another Texas football ,game tonight so save TempJo A\e. Lacy, Conway.. Agent Phone
boy now In heft
Calif., keeps Wava
your cheers for the big Home iVs.wor
Also The Latest Issue Horton busy pushln' the pen also con (n" event next week .Hea .
MARCH OF TIME", (You should see the oute there'll be aa open_house, dance l '

-:1 ,Latest War }News" left picture) ,they. Hear had made before he 'n everything ,1 So long with! .Th fi RID MQTOR I.NE1!
: 0 a certain tocallte I See you, there .'
would adore to date _
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1p1gyB! lt. 11M3 BRADFORD COUNTY TKUEORAPH. STAUKK. FLORIDA PACK FIVEr


Subject: Tm Going To Church gether with her visitors Mrs. bridge on Road 261, and was Instantly
BITS of LOCAL NEWS I RED CROSS Today." Dee Wilson, Mrs. Ila Reale, Mrs. killed, according to authorities

Youth Fellowship! meeting 6-30 Joan Aconta and Mrs. Myrtle at Camp Blandlng.
I P. M.Evening. Laaslter, met with the Board to Night policemen Leuders and

L. A. Rennoltto :Mrs. Jamea: Codbold of Jacksonville -! Di. A E. Dunham of Jackson- APPEAL- Worship 7-30 O'clock. give an account of their work. '''I Crundwell of the City police department
Mrs. L. G. Johns and W. H. Griffin'I' Investigated the can. ,
Jacksonvtlle.V was a guest this week ville Is Subject: "A Transforming Faith.
the
h supplying pulpit at A. .!1.._ -fcy, for ... .k.Kt'vth.
Malay at the home of her sister Mrs. St. Mark's Episcopal Church due .< nod from Work In II......*.. Prayer Services at the Church reported that flood waters had I and the Provost Marshall from '
and Mrs. R. S. ,S. Dowllng. ing the absence of the Rev. Fred Prepared kr Mutt M........ every Wednesday at 7:30: P. M. been ditched Into the vicinity of' Camp Blanding was .at the scene

Hayes Monday In Yerkes, who In spending a weekIn The course In Staff Assistants A cordial welcome to all. the S. R. Johns, farm east of I' of the acldent, It was said. Itwai
e spent Mrs J. W. Klncald left last' Washington, D. C. given by the Red Cross to train --G. C. Powell, Pastor. I Hampton, and that they could be not ascertained who nil

Saturday for Rochester. Minn., |the business girls and clerical: help remedtacl' with an additional I driving the other car.

Evans and Yrs.Wednesday. where she entered the Mayo Clinic Mrs. L. A. Davis returned Wed- I ended last week. The services of GUM BRANCH I drainage ditch. This matter was a__

Ice spent for observation. no day from St. Louis where she I these girls will be" used to help' Ity Mrs", T, N. Nonnait referred to Commissioner Chaa-
gae attended a U. D. C. Convention. A. J. Thomas In Civilian Defenses tale for investigation and reportto 1 i THECITY I
Ills. Miss Frankie Rltch Mrs James Before returning home pha, slopped About 45 girls 'gave ,''up their Mrs. Louise Chapman and chil- the Boards i TRANSFER
M. Barron. Jr. Miss Bonnie dren of Norfolk Va., were recent A complaint coming before I
was a business ,, Guinn for a brief visit with relatives time to learn how to be of use
J'f'tD Ocala Monday and and Mlle Madle Myers were shopping in Atlanta Ca. when disaster strikes and* In guests of her parents. Mr. and the Board about D. W. Mpore '
| week. In Jacksonville yesterday training they are being of in-' Mrs. J. 8. Sapp. closing! a public road leading' from WE HAUL ANYTHING

this Lt. and Mrs. Hugh Maddox of valuable help In the' organizing Mr. and Mrs. Tom Overstreetare State Road 28 to the R. U Bat ANYTIME .

J A. Alvarez was the Mrs. Donald McRae and baby Geneva Ala have recently movd of other grou .. These Volunteers In Houston, Texan for a visit ten place It was agreed to grade!:
leek of her Aster Mrs daughter Carol, have returned .% here and are reading at the I have proven that we are with their son and daughterinlaw a road on the quarter section line
and other relatives. home 'after a visit In Jacksonvillewith home of Mrs. Frank Wilson on I ready to help. Red Cross and Mr. and Mrs. Enock Keen. from the State road to the Bat I Phone 132JOwned
Mrs. McRae's mother MI'!!. Madison Avenue. Lt. Maddox Is Civilian Defense wish to express ten farm as soon as possible-

L CLEAR: cleaning, ,Drew. stationed fet Camp Standing. their appreciation and admirationfor Rites WednesdayFor provided suitable deeds are givento & Operated By
tailoring, at the these girls who are going the right-of-way by owners of MALLORY C. THOMAS
trail,llnl TallOl"lfo" opposite Mrs. Lilly Lewis of Apopka Rev. G. C. Powell and children. ahead so magnificently with the R. A. Griff! lands to be traversed. I I
)
arrived here Wednesday for 'a Jewell. Elton and Frances, were work,, to be done. This group, Notary bond for Thomas Mel
rr. visit with her son! and daughter- In Jacksonville\ Saturday where under the Chairmanship of :Mrs. Richard Allen Griff, 52yearold vln James Jr., in the amount of i I

|Mr,. Julius L. Thorn in-law Mr. and Mrs.. James A. they went to meet Mrs. Powell W. J, Epperson., Jr.. and Mrs. R. i Starke farmer, died at 5:30: $500: executed by the American I Beware Coughsfrom
Lewis. I P. :M. last Sunday following a Surety Co., of New York as
into Mrs, A.' F.puw : who has been visiting her mother A. Green, are our first civilian ,
e daY street I Mrs. D. L. Griffin of Lenox, Ca. soldiers In the field In Bradford heart attack two weekl(0./ surety, was duly approved.The .. common colds
on Cherry A. A. 'Annla left Monday morning Help them by cooperatingwhen i He Is survived by hie widow, Board voted to require all .

I formerly has occupied moved by toHCHKDUI.B to fill a three months' con- i Mrs. R. M. Lee, who has been County.they call on you for assist! ''I Mrs Mamie Grlffia; and seven road maintenance workers to That Hang On
who tract In concrete work for the visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. ance. : children: Marvin Grlffls, Melvin make eight houj s actual working

Government at air bases at Punta C. J. Dowling for the, past two Production with Mrs. H. Grltfl Marcus Griffis. Marlle time each day.Lieutenant. CreomuJ lon relieves promptly because .
,
rooms
Oorda Ft Myers and Bartow. Griffin, Evelyn Grlffls. and Dorothy It goes right: to the seat of the
months while her husband
,,' Lt. R. C, Brown as ChalrmA'ft; are doinga Griffis, all of Starke, and trouble to help loosen and expel
10, P.'' M. M. Lee, was on maneuvers in splendid Job. In Starke they KilledIn germ laden phlegm and aid natureto
O'vlll. only Mrs. W. J. Chandler recently Louisiana has returned to Camp finished 63 and 12 Othma Grlffls, of the U. S. Navy. soothe and heal raw, tender inflamed
10:10 P. M. have garments
Andrew Grlffia, AccidentAbout
Not by ()c-ala returned from a visit with rela- Shelby, Miss. Also a brother. bronchial mucous membranes. -
sponsored by
Knitting
sweaters Lawtey. Two sisters, Mrs. Hattie .Tell your druggist to sell youa
.:aetbmaA tives In Atlanta and Griffin, Ga., .
too A. M.. the ladies of St. Marks Episcopal of Tampa and Mrs. 4:30:: o'clock Ilist.Sunday bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding
and Is at home here with her slater Wiggins,
Sgt. and Mrs. J. like the It
M. Barron, Jr., several must way
M. you
A. started
1:20: Church was and morning, Lt. Will\ C. Shaw, Jr.,
6:30: P. M. Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin. returned recently from a 10-day Holland Maggie Cason, of Starke; quickly allays the cough: or you are
with Miss -
Beryl
For St. AnnUMtlnt months ago two grandchildren.Funeral of Camp Blending, driving alonein to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
7:20 A: M. .- visit with Mrs. Barron' parent. as instructor. Mrs. Morse an army Jeep, collided with an-.
'15 P. M Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Sayles who Mr. and Mrs.,C. A. Hawkins, at and Mrs. Inglerlght have organized cervices were held and other' automobile about a half-

a Wrotboimd For 1'alatka have spent the past several Doth an, Ala. Mra. Barron Is an a group to sew and,knit in the burial took place at'2 P. M. Wednesday mile east of the Alligator Creek for Coughs,Chest Colds, Bronchitis
months in Little Switzerland N. employe at F. C. In Crosby, Lake Cemetery, \ I
Holllngsworth'aVictory
r 1:10: A. M. C., arrived here Sunday and were section between Starke and Law- with the Rev. J. D. Williams\ of ......................,.................."..... ..
8-JO A. M. Lunch. Hampton report 10 shirts ..1U.'IUI""U."IM".IUI"'n""I'MI"IIIIU1..UII.I.I..11I11'11111' .. . '' 11I11'10'1111'11I"11I'-' ''''' '' ''' '' '''''''' / '
Tally. Special guests of Mrs. Sayles' brother-in- ley. Glen Saint Mar y e, officiating.
Km* \ and three sweater. finished. Lu- I I
10 40 A. M. Mrs. Earl Cook, WHY MEN LEAVE HOME -
: law and sister. Judge and Sgt and Mrs. Charles Torres cille Davis can always be depended Pallbearers were:
7.10: P. M. E. K. Richard Ellington. Wllllant\ Booth
Ferryman.Mrs.
I 8'SO P. M. have returned from their wedding on to go to the State Farm to I t
Raleigh Connor KECAUSE
Tally. Special trip and are pleasantly locatedat get materials which, are cut there. Car)' Hernwall. I
J. Grlffia of Ral- Thomas De Loach. ,
Aubrey the home of Mrs. C. W. Alder- Our bats are off to Mrs. Carrie and THEY GOOD PLACE
HAVE FOUND A
last week of member of the Baptist
ford, was the guest man. Mr Torres was formerly Ward and Mrs. W. A. Bonham He was a

her slater, Miss Ethel Taylor. She Mrs. Fannie Jones.. and Is direr who sew two days every week, Mrs. Church. in TO EAT t
recently spent two months with tor of the Nursery School. W L. Wall putting in hems. Mrs. Funeral arrangements were
the hands of De Witt C. Jones.
her husband at Baltimore Md. W. P. Smith sewing steadily Mrs. AT'VAUGHAN'S

He la in the.' Coast Guard and I Mr. and Mrs.'Woodfin G. Halle, T. if. McClane, Jr.,- In town for a

was recently transferred to Du- Jr., of West Palm Beach, were visit Monday and spending1 the Commissioners Met t CASTLE LUNCH
week-end gueots of his parents afternoon assisting Mrs. Brown in First MondayThe J
t luth, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle. Mr. the supply room. Mrs. John Scott Opposite County Jail a r!

Halle Jr., Is now In the U. S. ; who has been such' a help with Board of County Commissioners II
the entire program will be missed nf11NYNNINIIIYINU111WNYXYIn11WMN.Y.11aYIIlYWIIINNXIWNWIruI. .. .. .'. '. .' '.NI. '"IUI."III""I."II..IoI."IIWIIIO"' ."" "' NIIUIiYWI.1.ArIaN.e.. ,, l
roOtN Service, and is Yeoman, Third recently turned over to
Class, In the Recruiting Officeat an she will be gone for some time.,! the Welfare Board the admini- "I.IIrnIIIN//LI" /'' '''''''''''"'"'''.''''',"''iiimwSoldiers' .".,'. '''"/"""'".'/" '''''N'Il'' "iii''I''II1IIIIUIIU"'IIJI''N'"llilll."IIt'III"'III"'IIO'' ''' ''' '"""," J

West Palm Beach. JUNIOR RED CROSS: Mrs. stration of the Widow's Pension

Backache Milton St, Peter as Chairman will and the Pauper's Fund. At the !
Mrs. K. G. Duncan. Mrs. Char begin an active drive to enroll regular November meeting of the And Civilians "!

N Disordered les Allen and Mrs. M. C, May- girls and boys of, high school age, Commissioners Mrs. Miriam
May Warn of Action hugh were in St. Augustine Wed- both In Starke and In the county, Stubbs, supervisor of unit 1 of Welcome At '
Kidney
Modern llf.with Its hurry and worry.IrrecuUr nesday attending the Synodlcal, In Junior Red Cross work on Nov. District Welfare Board No. ft, to. Always ". 1
habits, Improper Mttinc and meeting, and the Rev. Charles' 10. She will have the cooperation -
drinktnc-r-it*risk of expoaur and ln.etioathrow. Allen was there Wednesday attending of Foster Shi Smith, principal
trtin oa tha work t
offAutomobile heavy
i'i put o| the kidney Th.y are apt to biome a meeting of the Synodof of the school and Mrs. McRae, MICKEYSSERVING
o..rotas' end fail to filter VXOMM acid the Presbyterian Church. Home Economics teacher, will act ,
and other impurities from tha Ufoglvlngblood.
j as her co-chairman. All teachers j jI
You ma naKCtag baekaeha, I Mr, and Mrs. E. L. Matthewsand cooperating In this enrollment. I
are
t"aln SHOE
,...sacb.. *-, getting up nights I
10. pains, .lIin-t eonstanttytired daughter Mary Agnes spent For enrollment In this important '
ranee nervous bladder* all worn dl.orduere.om.-out. Other signs the week-end in Orlando vtaitlngDr. work contact Mrs. McRae, a t I .. :i f
of times kidney burning or scanty or too frequent and Mrp. H. B. McLendon.Mrs. school and she will I have a' Job ''EPAIRlMG

|ey E. Johns urination. the I : E. S. Matthews, who had for you. :
help
DOOM'S
Agency kidneys Try: Dane pans Pill off harmful excess body pent several weeks in Orlando Plan to set aside Monday, Nov. 44 FANCY WESTERN CHOPS & STEAKS,. ;
( W._ They. have bad more then half a with Dr. and Mrs.' McLendon, returned 30, as a day to be devoted to
ITALIAN
.
eentury of public approval. Are reeom ; I'LANK STEAKS FOR PARTIES, ,J
g6, FLORIDA of
mended by grateful users everywhere.As home with them Sunday.Lt. learning how best to take care
sxt Call Street ycwr nrtDOAN, I yourself and your family if and 111w e SPAGHETTI & MEAT HALLS, ',: ( t

IS Murry T. Oakley who has when disaster strikes. There will i
MANY GARDEN FRESH VEGETABLES x ::
ItoprMntlnQELERS SPILLS been here on a furlough, left be a Disaster Institute, both In ,t
Htrtfoid f Wednesday morning by plane for ,I the day and the evening. Washington HOME BAKED ROLLS AND j ,""j
Fort Bliss, near El Paso, Texas. Is pending! an instructor
He was accompanied to the Jack- through National Rod Cross to WHILE YOU WAIT PASTRIES. ; 1

sonville airport Wednesday mornIng help Ui/ Mr. Nasworthy has set a ,_ 1
by his wife and her mother, up his Disaster Committees. Thisis All Work Guaranteed

NAT SEZ: Mrs. Olin W. White, who returned the Information we In Starke Only Highest Quality
1 t ALWAYS THE nEST THE MARKET AFFORDS j I
Watch
home In the afternoon. have been waiting for. I Leather Used \
I J
Remember the old song about this column for more informationas

f TU1 the sands of the desert growcold' Miss Ruby Lllley who is teach to time and place. i -
9P
Uncle Sam an' ing in Quincy was a week-end I. : ; j jI
/ % S Well, ole Hand of guest of her brother-in-law and Methodist Church BROWNSTEEN'SSHOE Mickeys Cafeteria.J

bin boys are luakln the sister.. Mr. and Mrs Titus Olson. REPAIR : :
those African deserts. no hot they Services, at the, church ,next

ain't ever gonna cool off again. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Pope, Jr., Sunday will be as follows: ..croM Ffittn;: PoMofflco I [| In Blanding Center Starke, Fla.,, i
of Auburn, Ala., spent Saturdayand Church School 10 A. M.. ViDON'T l
'em
,
,,
Let's hope when they get Sunday here with Mrs. Pope'sparents Morning Worship 11. O'clock. [v .HglllHrnilUlM!!!!!!'!!!!!!!!! !!!! INUNIIn' ItlllanaNINIM.NIA!!!!!.!!!!!!!!!! !!!!'!!rNNNNIIII1nLNNIIIINN.IMIINMIIN!!!!.!!!!!!!! a4 pllllall"II"!"'Ii lNrlla.!!!!!!r 'I'I'InIa' ''IIIIItlNIMalrle''' : .
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,
heated to the blllln point __ u ------
"". up Judge and Mrs. A. Z. i
they'll sit AdoU down right In .
Adkins. i
the middle ,of ft nice big desert 1 1 LET WAR-STRAIN IMPAIR YOUR EFFICIENCY .r t t'I'I

an' let him steam .-whlle.the Among those attending the Ga.-: !

Fla., Football' Game In Jacksonville
Saturday were Enos Hayes

UR STRONGEST Jr., Jacqueline Andrews Sara

Cameron Barefoot, Joe Douglas Lander Hazen,'Ovid, Bobble Fit ten,!, The Healthful, Restful, Cheerful Drink of Friendship .r; !.

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Fred- I

die olyn Wimberly.Green Mrs.Nina Harry Bishop Tucker Car-, Bill Marine Electrician Bill is a pleased man

Mr. and Mrs. A, Hartmann and I, these days. He has foundMakes

Lorraine Hartman and Johnnie %' ? a Discovery! that a glass or twoof "

Redgrave. i JAX Beer will restore

TRY A PAIR OF&o Many persons here remember v his energies, relax his nerves and brighten up l

: with pleasure B. B. Lane, who his outlook at the end of a hard day's work.

was I for, four years prjnclpal: of Bill's job is a tough one. It calls for skilled ., .

the Bradford County High School know hands, a clear head and steady nerves. Bill \
Interested to
and will be
I that his son Benjamin Benson needs to relax when the day's work is over in I t

ES FOR MEN1 Lane Jr., 10 a civil engineer with k order to be rested and ready for tomorrow. .' ,K
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the Tennessee Valley Authority } r Bill used to fuss and fidget around the house :

boor ud shoe line"to I J near applying'Chattanooga.for a commission T nn., and In the Is y evenings. His temper used to be uncertain. "jutnot :11

rhe duranou you'U be want- Naval Reserve. Mr. Lane, Sr., 1 Mg''' any more Bill has become a companionable cheer ,
!bat
and will give you the most passed away four years ago and .i ful person since he has learned to relax with JAX. ,'iY. \

milage. ThaCswbyl his wife has.a. position at the If feeling the strains and stresses of- :
.end VeVft! Seep. r..tha of North Carolina.EVERGREEN *; ; you're nervous 'r''
1"you unmet tryUng.long University i, the:.war, why not follow Bill's example? :.
Itf bwit-in comfort foam.. 4 Relax with lAX, the Drink of Friendship I

wit I ''Golden Refreshing! Delicious! You J';
By ny Mr' F. A. Bonier era. {
irY tDllOl simply caVTt buy better beer at any price.julltotrttoHM Wi::,
IIISTIMFs Andrew Redding who has been ,
In the Navy the past nine months, '/1. i i1.
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is home on,a 15-day furlough.Mrs. \\1' :;&

< Marlon Hamilton of Law- ".

NOT; THISIr tey Is at present staying with her AR1 I !,
VMea..r/r/hr.rr parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. fo ''j

Roeier. Mr. Hamilton recently !' friendly way K So i
jumbo r I
rer enllsed'in the Navy. b.juT.7t m sjs.sssrt.' :w i l lt
$7.50 u.e.a.arr.rr. Herbert Redding enlisted In the p the lxer t :

,,,....Yalecauser Army last week and at present farther Whe> cap tightly a tty
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at Camp Blandlng. the '
stationed
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sli rte.. Montgomery and wife and w grcfully, to ku punt y ;1 QatR 1
Sgt.
our'rdriguator
.el of 1 BEER
Mr. and Mrs. Silcox and daughter "': ; ?ezt Sias cw ,
of Klngsley Lake attended r your ) !

church her Sunday nlgtft.

Thea Brannen of Tampa spent

ternberg's several ilLs family.days here last week with f ,>V.4a1b11flks.ll4g ds I i




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t'i J iIIII WHAT WERE YOUR THOUGHTS '





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Were you thinking back to the days of 1916, '17 and '18, of the boys who fought at Marne and Argonne, or did

', ', your thoughts turnto the gallant defenders of Bataan and'the Soloman Islands? Perhaps they.were of both-for '.

... many proud families have been honored to have loved ones in the armed forces of both great wars.. But whatever

k; ... your thoughts on November 11th your thoughts today and tomorrow should be of how you-on the home ..

:. :'/' ,') ., front--can best back up the efforts of the men who are fighting for you on the war fronts. Perhaps you can serve ,',
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:"V\'y": '. ''I by buying stamps and bonds-by sewing at the Red Cross production room-by serving as an airplane spotter. '

There are hundreds of ways in which you can do your bit right here at home. Choose the,job for which you are

.Y a'' beat suited-AND GET TO WORK. !
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: ';/ Now Serving In The Armed Forces Of Their Country:



, j (List:includes names obtainable from local sources through Oct. 31. It does not include many former residents (the County who enlisted or'were.inducted through Selective Service boards elsewhere)

': / Major T. T. Long Oliver Perry Hutto Henry Preston McKelvey Claude Ely Durham, ,George Clinton Driggers Jack Nelson Darley

Major O. W. Griffin William Roscoe Parrish Colonel Albert Thomas Albert 'Lee Sloniker Ralph! Rhodes Marklee Starling

i' Major Ben Sternberg Ernest Jackson Dowling, Jr. Luther Ellis Wilson Marcus Mitchell Beagles D. D. Colley COLORED
Major II. C. Wall Daniel Hancel''Dampier Willard Thomas. Robert Cecil Kersey Jos. R. Vause
Capt., T. K. McClane Nelson Moore Remmer Parker Phillips>> Arthur Hubert Hall Pitt Newsome Cal I Hampton
Capt. J. W. Brownlee Woodrow Tucker Ernie Willard Newsom I Schafer I Lee Otis Jones Jr. Redd
Stanley Noegel ,
Lt. R. G. Kidd Isham Robert Davis Elmer Blanton Thomas Randolph Robinson
Lt. J. M. Brownlee Frank Thomas Kelsey Inman Dow Green ':u Jesse Carl Prevatt Ivan, Erling Sponholtz Swearinger Wesley Kelly
w Lt. Elmo R. Struth Carl Hasty Eury Franklin Stokes' Alfred Douglas Whitehead Herbert Frederick Cloversettle Arthur Alfus Davis
4 + Lt. L. H. Jennings William Myron Duncan Garnett Durwood Sauls Willie Frank Bloss William Thomas Simmons Firman Welch
Lt. Sam Sternberg Grover Junior Mullin Louis Jackson Bennett Stedman Osteen Raleigh Edwin Strickland John Quincy Bullard
Lt. Howard Moore Lester Leon Benton James Harvey McCarthy Dewey Lee Bugg Asa Hunter, Jr.
Lt. Bill Chalker John Wilkerson Jerry Jasper Denmark Eugene Howard Bryant Earl I George Charlie Miller
William Clifford Rhoden Richard Vilva Bennett Carl Lawrence Brown Charlie Dickson Thomas James Walter Manning Ell tlne Ross
f. Aubrey G. Hazen Lee Starling James Cleon Wooten Milo Orlie Sponholtz James Flavious Donnelly Isaac Singleton Kelly
+,,1 4 Jesse Leon Jernigan Grady Bythod Bishop William Daniel Hazen James Lucian Conner Madison Dewey Warren Emanuel McNeal
''r'' Leonard Henry Cruce Paul Denver Prescott Grpdy Lewis Perry Robert Lee Kirkland Roy Carter Ernest DeSue
Charles Jerome Carlstein Shirley Alexander Jones Earl Lovanford Carter Edward Earl Brown Ancil Zenls Futch James'lloimes
Robert Graham Green Louis Isaac Thomas Daniel Biggs Harley Russell David Wilson Leslie Howell Harper Lee Calvin Ross
p; 1 James Frank McKelvey John McLellan Godwin Vernon Edward Smithson 'f Robert Carl Jackson Olen Levi /Bedenbaugh James Arthur Franklin
: Hobson Watts Woodrow Bullock Thomas Willie Edward Strickland Cecil Daniel Henry Patrick Silcox Roosevelt Smith
Morris Carter Ancil Zenus Futch Jess Willard Hodges- John Arthur Torode Joseph Travis Kirkland, Jr.Willie Strong
.5 J, S Thomas Lloyd Lee Carl Shuler Lloyd..James Bryan. Paul McMurray Moore Ressie A. Colson 'James Pye
Elzie Griffis Donald Augustine Ruddy Harold Middleton Griffis, Leo Bradley Ernest Fletcher Boyd Henry Brown
James LaVerne Roberts Gratton Corker Cooper Plenty>> Grover Hicks William T. Brown Earl Lamar'' Geiger Cleveland Hunter
Peter Kenneth Walsh J. B. Pope Leslie Sylvester Prevatt James Livingston Russ George Matthew Crawley Arthur ,Williams
Edwin Clifton Sellers Ralph Edward Thomas William Harvey Woods 'tn' Johnple Scott Baisden Perry'Cook Newsome ".Samrnie'Johnson
Jack Scriven Harris John Sidney Shuford, Jr. Seeber Wesley Moody ,Johnnie Edwin Lott Emmett O'Neal Elder James Robinson
Arvis Clarence Kirkland Herbert Richard Harris Curtis Tyson Griffis. Henry,Cone Leo Frank Starling LeRoy Ervin
Morris Cleveland Hendley Hutton Lee Clark Edward Julian Harris William Edward Plummer Edgar Glisson Harry Young
t, William, Aguslus Edwards Ancil Even Griffis William Boynton Stephens Johnnie Isiah Knight Carl J. Reddish Sam McBride
Elbert Cecil Tyler Chester Elmer Moody George Edward Manassa Leon' Rosenberg Frank Benjamin Stass Clyde Strong
? Mozell Gilbert Gainey Seeber Crawford Raymond Brady Bryan Newnan David Wainwright, Jr. John Gidd Holton Emmett Robinson
Raymond W. Ward Elias Crawford Johnney Bennett Joe Siah Williams Johnny 11 in ton Gasque James Calvin Brown
y Wesley Dock Hodge Thompson Brooks Rahn Leonard Seaborn Kinchen Theodore Campbell Tyler William High Whatley Ralph Tilmen Williams
i Henry Bert Stokes James Swindell Hugh Loften Meyer James Edward Winningham Louis Allen Weaver George Henry Dommin
Lee Bell Holder Merrill Milton Johns Louie II. Redding Clarence J. Zingheim William Henry Graham, Jr. E. L. Jenkins
Farrar Stiggins Dewey Fowler Sidney Woodrow Griffis Dolph Griffis E. C. Taylor Berry Walker,
Gerald Prevatt ... Clyde Crawford Truby Gleen Griffis Thomas Nicholas Lagarias William Herbert Hamilton Guss Jimmey Dowels
;i Charlie Columbus Cowart Lonnie Hines Arthur Walter Swanbom Robert William Felder Daniel Jefferson Parker Robert Lee
.t, k Isadore R. Glisson Earl Walcott Gunn Hemmer R. Smith Robert Jonathan Batten James Roy Gurley James Green
Collie Wllford,Manning Elbert Middleton Edwards Johnnie Marvin Lewis John Thomas Perry>> William Edward Moody Malachie Pringle
Eugene Othma Goodge; Felix Middleton Sullivan William Palmer Brooks Nunley Dawson Griffis Ernest Green Frank Jackson
1 Henry Harold Hardee Raymond Lowell Smith, Jr. Clifford Bole Browning Ralph.Asa Nettles, Jr. ,Ovid George Lewis Sampson Smith
Matthew Mario LaMorte Sinclair Louis Silcon Harold Hugh Bradley y' 'Jewett Chesley Fogg Paul Bennett Charley Aaron
t Randall Rudolph Chism David Fox Robbins Willie Ross Prevatt James Harold Crawford Peter Timothy Ryan George Ead Wynn
,,( Sheldon Ruben Beasley Lucian Garnett Alvarez James Claude Addison ry ,Amil Elmer Brown Robert Edward Hamilton Willie Watson
Theodore John Goodge Benjamin Ball Safar Clarence Kernes Hicks Monroe Padgett Lawrence Ealie Adkins A.,J. Irving
r a Aarne Rudolf ,Holmberg Winfred Charles Rigdon Joseph McMichael SistrunkDaniel Russell Aubrey Smith Herbert Redding Samuel Johnson
S Merton Flovious Clark Gerald Lee Waters Calvalla Calvin Starling Kenneth Merrill Struth James Berry
ti Henry Jeff Finley Ernest Garrett Lawtey ,Lincoln Hicks Charles Edward 'Nutall Henry Briggs Ilinson Isiah r Wilson
Brence Roberts John C. Wynn Fredereck William Roussaint Marion Oscar Williams James Chalker Pringle Eugene Johnson
Albert William Anderson, Jr., Mack Lane Griffis R.. F. Eston Jordan AI Kay Carlisle Charles Thomas McCoy Aaron Harris Holley
George Fonzo Prevatt .Andrew James Redding James August ,Peterson Morris Jackson ,Louis Charlie Smith Joe Green
Z-, Jasper Edward Duncan Jesse James Ricks Raymond Lee Jeffcoat Bob LongGeorge Clarence L. Lowe Curtis Lee Hampton
Egbert Vivian Broughton Elwood Crews Andrew Starling Silcox Francis Howard,Norman Chaney II."McDouglas Jr.
Frank Marlon Cruce Pete>> Dyal Albertus.Eugene' Wall, Jr. rr Tracy Baker' Willard Edward Wynn James Dommon
John Sanford Kirkpatrick James Mayes (British Forces) James Floyd Triest William'A. Edwards Lewis Starling + Lum Mathews
1 Raymond Leonard Glisson Ernest Thomas Lonzy Rhoden R. L. Dobbs' George Julian Packham Fred McCar
Clyde Mosley John Michael Murphy Albert' George Kruse Woodfin G. Haile Kenneth Starling Edgar Heath
'' Robert Emmett Spaulding Ethan Edward Lee Billy Sunday Overstreet Richard.Thede Charles Hershel Layfield' James'Flowers
Alvie Lesery ThorntonHansford.IIughey John Edward Corley James Rufus Beatty Walter E. Johnson Vernon Leslie Dyal Gus K
Austin ,Edward Blake Jackson Jacob Ainslie 'Musgrave Bruner Baker Robert Myrick Lonzo Hudson .'
k Fletcher Varney Thomas Clifford Hazen, Jr. Joseph John McMarr Joseph Walker Russell Starling Marion Thomas Lee
James William Norman Olin Vesta Hicks Claude HilUer Barton W. T. Weeks Calvin Cooledge Williams' Brooks
Edgar Malcolm Lewis James Eugene Wren Pallas Clarence Combs Hayword
,. ...BEd Silvernail Van Jefferson Futch Wilbert Hughes

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DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY ANN &HARRY'S S THE STAR STORE
+ BEN SUSLOW'S' ARMY STOREy

CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE S DRUCKER'S JEWELRY' S II. C. WALL AGENCY, Insurance THE ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP

";a LEILA'S,DRESS SHOP ,. :" FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE "/. JUDD'S CURB MARKET Across, ':;From ''Park Theatre
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Member F. D. I. C. ,y'S: "N BARKSDALE'S STOKE
CITY BARBER SHOP :
; DISTRIBUTORS ,
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,. THE WONDER GIFT SHOP ALEXANDER & COMPANY\
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CANOVA DRUG STORE # COLUMBIA MILITARY DISTRIBUTORS .
HOLLYWOOD CAMERA GIFT SHOP 'I. ." CALL STREET HOT DOG STAND
VAN, II. PRIEST 5c TO $1 STORE ANDREWS'' MOTOR CO. "Come And Get It"
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LADY' FAIRxBEAUTY SALON. ]' '
JERRY'S FOOT-LONG HOT DOGS .. EDWARD'S SERVICE STATION TIC'' TOG. 'TAP.
J. II. COURTMANCII-Jeweler .' '
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EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY .NAT'STERNBERG" .' ''''' ;. GUY'S MARKET ., ROGERS, JEWELRY STORE

; T. B. HARDING. Merita Bread SHAFKIN'S
4a SABINE'S BAKERY :' JACOB'S STORE 0:: _. .:'o .
f rl :- '- STARKE-BLANDING, TAILORS LOUIE'S ARMY STORE
STARKE BEAUTY SHOPPE GEM JEWELRY,CO. \:;' ; 4
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TAVERN
,., VICTORY MILITARY SUPPLIES ;:: SAM ROSENBERG & SON '.., : :.: 'I:'. K. G. DUNCAN HI-HAT SHOP
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STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.: ; BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. ? '. t'', BARNEY'S POP CORN STAND. A,&.P FOOD STORE

KOCH DRUG STORE TORODE CHEVROLET. CO. ... ... THE CANTEEN- :YOUR ,PORTRAIT STUDIO SHOP
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NEW METHOD CLEANERS MAUDE'S LUNCH ROOM "NEWSOME-S MARKET WINKLER ELECTRIC, SERVICE

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O. L. Beasley Enjoying Retirement to remember each of the men and
I especially her sons In prayer. rn' ?;,
After 51 Years Of RailroadingThe
Norris Cooler Cleon Wooten arrivedIn
athleen Says
: old familiar song, "I've Lawtey last week from Kessler

been working; on the railroad", Field at Blloxl. Miss. While he

might well supply the incidental will bo here only a few; days he
Sh i :.riagc of Jobs for Women of 50 music for this story of "Cap'n." Is welcomed by his many friends.

Bell 8yncUc.WNU Feature. O. L. Beasley and his recent re ) H. C. 'Hermle' Kelly .la Law-

'." .. tirement-for thafa just what ley's newest merchant. Hermle 4.efnt, Chanrdt u'rw

he's been doing: not only "all the Is taking over the business of

live-long; day" but for the peat M. B. Plummer who. with his

N--. ; 51 years! AI.L family, leaves for Miami withina

Starting his career back In 1891as few weeks. Mr. Plummer has

brakeman on the old Florida been one of Lawtey's best-liked

Central and Peninsular out of merchants and one of Its moat tF ;

\\ Waldo. ap'n. Beasley soon went successful carrying a full line of IL

) with the Seaboard and 21 years groceries and meats. Hermle ad-
he epent on the Sturke-to-Bell visas that he will continue to

branch line familiarly and affectionately serve the public In the same

t/ n known as "Pezgy", manner to which the store's customers -

4- Four years after his Initial run have been accustomed x

came promotion to conductor and under the direction of Mr. Plum- 41"e

he served In this capacity until mer. We wish Hermle success 1 'te a let

his retirement/ July 31,, three days In his new venture.Mr. .
rs
after reaching the age of 70. and Mrs Joe Shuford of roy vt

In the early days the main Jacksonville were hero Sunday

lines of the old F. C. .& .P. ran visiting their respective parents

from Fernandina to Cedar Keys ; '- Mr, and Mrs. J. S. Sh'uford and

and from Jacksonville to Tampaand Mr. and Mrs. :M. B. Plummer. Joe
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Cap'n: Beaaley worked out of :,Y returned to Jax Sunday while

Waldo. Among: his early experiences ;, : Lucy remained over Monday to

was the privilege to haul a i assist her father In taking stock

troop train from ,thin section of I In his mercantile store which t Ilf

the state to Tampa during the being bought by H. C. Kelly. She

Spanish-American War. One of returned' to Jax Tuesday, a very

the outfits waa a company from' worn young I lady

Bradford County under the com : Graydon Jones of Ft. Myers was
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mand of Capt. E. S. Matthews '' '
here for short
recently a stay
\ A few years later the Seaboard ., .. with his relatives Mr. and Mrs Potatoes, Teamed With ERRS, Are a Delicious Meat-Saver

-- '- absorbed the F. C. .St p, and when CAP'N." L. II. Hill. He wan up to see his 1 (See Recipes Below)
the, division was betweenand .
split Uncle Sum at Standing and returned -

Florida South Carolina.:ap'n. was such a familiar figure that a to Fort Myers Thursday Meat Savers This Week's Menu .

Beasley then working out of little negro boy. intrigued by the of last week. Idaho Suzettes
Fernandina, was "caught the Voluntary meat rationing Is already -
on thump thump of his wooden leg. The lack of Interest shown In Stewed Tomatoes
South Carolina end." During: this started calling the train itself the recent general election can be In process This period before Shredded Lettuce Raisin,
period his run took him from the actual Apple SaladWholeWheat
'Peggy.' The nickname struck a greatly attributed to nepotism
Jacksonville to Columbia part of popular chord and ft's been No-longcir 1s it profitable to equip rationing starts-- Bread
the time and from Jacksonville to ri and limits-each Caramel Bavarian Cream
'Peggy' ever since." oneself for the soft jobs accompanying
,, River Junction the rest of the person to 2 % Cookies Beverage
aka: B Cap'n. Beasley also recalls) the 'election of state or '
of meat
time. After 12 14 the L pounds
or years federal representatives From ,
many of the improvements that week Is the
a
west end waa consolidated and state to office holders Bake or broil 15 to 20 minutesin
i your frt afternoon wary week to he lick of the neighborhood, or to make railroading a much more governmental .Ii time for every per.
pi'Iti/ :hrn and you'll not ham to ask again for the right, to do he automatically returned to the pleasant job today than it was in you will find names on the Mrs. America a hot (429-degree) oven until inlets -
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Florida division. For the next ..... \> cooked and
or lh" boys. 1891. Coupling were all done by payroll the same as that of the take stock and are delicately
12 years he from Jacksonville browned. Make by boiling
ran officeholder. Families and In- sauce
hand back in' those days and he plan for the days ahead-days when
to Tampa. laws the holders of these pulp with spices for 20 minutes or
are
early received abroken, finger -asa she neatly tucks her meat ration
KATHLEEN NORRIS In May 1921 he to until thickened and well blended.
came
juicy secretarial jobs. The
politicians
ITS THERE' memento of coupling box, cars book beside her sugar ration books
"Peggy", and has been in Add salt and Mix and strain.
living sugar.
should take warning and ,
113 article is written for by hand. and to market.
If have net yet found a goes
you Starke ever since. It waa another Pour over flsh and let stand In ovenS
omen of 50 years' andore war job, you haven looked case of "the return of the native"for How does it feel to be "a man devise voters to new the means'polls. to get the Sugar rationing has been a challenge to T minutes with sauce before ,.

who have some hard enough. You may not Cap'n. Beaaley was born in of leisure" after many full years but a challenge which home- serving i

to spare, cannot enter find it in a factory if 'you Hampton, July 28. 1872, and with of early, rising and long hours CHURCH DIREOTJMIY: OF makers have met. Meat rationingwill Baked shrimps In a rich dressing I
of overtime when chailengd- '
defense jobs with have no special skill.; You may the exception-of a few month. "Peggy" was SERVICES be even more of a are' a boon to any menu and pickupfor 'I
regu- ;
heavy-laden with watermelons, for many are the homes where meat
it in the armed when he and "a FIRST BAPTIST any appetite: I
not find force a took
d difficult hours, and yet partner potatoes and other produce from Re. A, K. Llaktf_4 Prater has been set on the table twice and Baked Shrimp Salad.
But will it in hos- flier" In the meat market business .......
ssionately anxious to dog you find a the rich western section of Brad- see N. Walnut even three times a day. But this (Serves I)
Church School ':4S A. M.
to help our countryhour pital where there are floors to ,. has been railroading continuously : lord County Well Cap'n. Beas MornlM :Worship 11:00: A., M. challenge, too, will be met, for there 1H pounds fresh cooked or canned
be scrubbed and linen to be since he started out as ley doesn't intend to alt around U. T. U. 7:00,:. P. M. are many ways of tiding over the shrimp
of need, and bring sorted You will it in the flagman at the age of 19. He Hvcnlnsr Wor.hlp S:00: P. M. when meat supplies will below
find and twiddle his thumbs-not by a Wednesday Worship ':00 P. M. days 1 cop finely diced celery
r the glorious hour of and home tick You has been a useful citizen taking .
of a friend. long shot! U cup chopped green pepper

honest peace. will* perhaps, find it right in an active part In civic affairs. "My wife baa already put me rinsTB HIUTftODU' Let's first look at the situation m tablespoons obepped plmlenle [ I
women speak to''meend have and serving; eight! years as alderman .... U. C. Powell. _.t.r from the nutritional standpoint, for Salt and
Your own home if you on the City Council of to work in her flowers and I ISO N. c....... .tr..t pepper i 1
me day. I mm never good health and well-being Is a first M tetspeea Worcestershire sass
every been relying on someone else have a fine little vegetable garden Church School 19:00 A. 1\(.
group but what they ap- Starke. said Sunday Wor.hlp 11:00: A. M. goal. Meat Is primarily preferred 1 tablespoon lemon juice
do dozen little h. this
too
work. to a things you Full of the lore that Is naturally going, Young >w.I.hlOOe P. M. because it is what is known as a I :
me. "My daughter : cop mayonnaiseButtered j
could do for 'yours// And week. "I've, always been used to Evening AO P. M.-
i machine plant and the.boy associated with railroadingin W..n..ay Worship 1:00 P. M. complete protein-containing all different bread' crambs : I
arm, but what can I do? finding it, says Kathleen Nor-' the early days. Cap'n. Beasley, an active life and I Intend to still types of proteins that the body Toss together all ingredients;

do something! they say. rit, it your job. throws light on subject that has keep busy at one thing or, an- ...... MARK SOriSCOPAE. needs for building and -repairingdownandout lightly so as not to-break shrimps.
other.!! That's the reason many retired &... Fiwel Y.rke*. Reefer
local tissues.
been of Place In buttered shells Individual
rD tell you one thing{ thatdo long a source mys ales N. Cb.rektrees or
t thing that embraces lead to serious trouble, not this war tery-how "Peggy" got Its name. men give up so soon.Interest They In Church. School 10:00: A. M.. The sources for protein you'll tap casserole' dishes. Bake in a

sand others.' You can helpfully winter! .Health Is an obligation that "Back In those days,"' he says just quit and work don't lose last long after Sunday Sunday Hvonlnsr Worship T0 11:00: : f.A.M.Friday .M. first are fish and fowl cheese and moderate 3SO-degree) oven until the'

small and insufficient we owe America, while her youth "there was a one-legged man life Evening 7:80: P. ... milk. We have excellent suppliesof crumbs are browned. Garnish with1
of doctors and nurses. We and power and glory are committed named Henry Battle who was a that. Holy l>ays 10:00: A. 1C.Cka : all these so there will be no ex lemon curls and serve Immediately.!

ot enough now and we are to' this tremendous adventure and 'pumper' at three different satlons Cap'n. Beasley doesn't: intendto !'IRO T PRIOI..YTRal"NReY. cuse for missing out on your quota., Chaise. will be a blessing for many

to feel a dangerous shortage 'It'. mother who holds .that responsibility along the branch. He walked be one of these and judgingby *. It.84S AU... ........ Meat Is excellent for its minerals, of the days on which you find yourself -
You can do what the writ- at home. on crutches and rode the trainto his record of past performances "North Chvrrr ... but the meat-savers mentioned short and

ii article hopes to do. follow So if Dad Is making too long and and from Work every day. He we don't believe he will. Church Sunday School Worship 10:00:11:00: A.A.M.M. above are also famous for, their slim on meaU.

Cross primary training by a tiring a shift of cars and trains and Senior Crusades. S:00: P. M.Int.rmedlat. minerals-calc>um, phosphorus and It's easy to cookIf

course In midwifery, learn busses to get home see whether you Kv.nlnsr Worship Youth 7:00:':CO P.P.M.M. iron. you do Just two

dIe women through normal can't find the simplest the plainest Florida State Farm News 1 Now. let's get down to the business things: cook it 9k' to

meats, and welcome new little quarters nearer his work. If I ..... RDWAHD'S CATHOLIC: of serving these foods appetlrt/ slowly and cook .

into this war-clouded world- the 'working girls come in weary R_. 'I'''.'. J. ......,.. ....... ingly and attraclively. .____ .. ,. It: over Indirect ,
young mothers go'right on and cold have a cup of hot soup or \ visit with his grandparents, Early T..p I.Mae. A...... e Fall Is the beat. There are a"-}\) .mUidlt i .
Bouvier day ':00 A.
Ily E. U. M. ... S
them God bless them andk fnalted milk ready. This idea of a Mr. and Mrs;.1. A. Bouvler. while VI"' .. ....!_ season for many ho strings ...tlu :
must be "done: warming drink before a hearty mealla her birthday anniversary Sunday' M... 1:00: A. it. kinds of fish-and Cached to cheese cooked this way:.
Celebrating she and her husband are on a
week Ma. 1:00 A. U.KINO.LEY .
Days Cbetse-Ma'oareal Loaf.
Babies. No Norses. one that dietitians everywhere ap butcher will ..
Mrs. H. M. Kicharde entertained to' and New your
trip Washington} -
e western town whose normal prove. To get very tired and hungry help ,.ou'out on (Serves 1))
few couples Monday .
as 17 doctors four, are left. often mean's that a hearty meal at a Creole shrimp York.' .T. If. M. LAKE Tlll...BAPTMTH .*..... what's a real bargain lea, :J'ollka' |r ',
evening a J
supper. :'Mr'auti'Mra.: J. :M. Bradley and I whites !
triclan among these toldt doesn't get digested before bedtimeby Services Every Sunday' Canned fish ... egg e ,
t he had listed among ward the cold and weary stomach. Later In the evening, bridge was daughter. Caroline, spent the Sunday Morning School Wonblp-U-10 A. A.M. M. is now somewhat 10 ,..""J...- .1 cap grated American cheese !

and private patient exactly The hot drink the comfortable chair enjoyed by those enjoying the week-end In1' Jacksonville with scarce, but fresh-frozen fillets are, I cap milk

ei who are due before Apr11 and pleasant news all help to-make evening with Mr. and Mrs. Rich. Mr. and Mrs .Vance Geiger. GOSPEL TABERNACLE easy-to-use Items, minus the cookIng -. I cap soft bread crumbs I I
arde: Mr. and Mr*. J. G. God- Bible Uchool: > each Lord's Day at !
about nurses he said:"There dinnertime a success. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Rlcbarde 5P.M, odor which many find objection lb cup macaroni broken :
nurses!" and he spoke with If'' cold feet and backache and win, Mr. 'and Mrs. O. L. Partney attended the Ga.-Fla., f o o tball Iv.n/811.UO: / Service, Sunday. able. Try this Idea: II tablespoons better
rable restlessness Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kite and I teaspoesv minced sales
feeling about families headache and nerves and '
game in Jacksonville Saturdayand Blbl. Study Tuesday Evening Fillets In Tomato Baoce.Serves '
Pone nurse or even two for at night are chronic they are Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Warren. 1:16: -In MlMlon JJ.ILChildren' Heap punlcnlav minced
stayed over Sunday to visit !! I te ')
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Mlble L .on Choral t
chronic c.use-eon.UpaUon. Pvt.. George Rushing formerlyof Halt sad pepper .
Invalid care' that I apt to have one
Mrs. Rlcharde's parents Mr. and work Wednesday 1 P. M. fish fillets (halibut
S pounds
be handled I sedentary Union N C., and now stationed Cook macaroni In boiling, salted
easily by the Idle Lack, of exercise long Mr J. H. Rttch. Victory frayer Group Thursday whitefish salmea) ,
the family,. "a ought to hours in the, factory or office, and at Camp Blandlng was the Evangelistic P. M. MeetingFriday percb. pike, water about 19 minutes or until ten;
ted and I believe It !fill." be lunches of pastry strong tea or coffees week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mr.; 'and Mrs. P. D. Fancherare bight :111.: S cops tomato pulp der. Rinse In cold water Cook one

; sweets accentuate It.. Mothercan R. H. Cox and Mr. and Mrs. E. apelldlne'several days visiting 1 cup waterwhole Ion In butter Beat yolks, fold Inall

a few days later I chancedon do a lot about that with the !introduction A. Bradahaw friends In Tampa. RHVRCH Of CHRIST I cloves remaining Ingredients and last

a hospital visit into one of raw vegetables at dinner left last week Mrs. H. M. Richards and children Bible ll.rrr Plrk MlaUO > bay leavespeppercorns mix in stiffly beaten egg whites.,
Kd. D. Mobley I study 10:00: A. M. I
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large clean pantries that salads of lettuce, chopped carrots for brief visit with his familyat left Wednesday to spend the Morning Worehlp and The Lord's salt Turn Into' a buttered baking dish'
11 nave on every HOOT sink apples, cabbage., spinach and a remainder of the week in Jack. Supper 11:00: A. ML H tc'poon and bake In a moderate (330-degree]<

tar stove hoppers; and to by serving a dark rough bran bread. Sanford. sonville. I Thursday KvanlnsWor.hip Wor.hlp 7:10 7:10: P.P.M.M.TRAIN 1 teaspoon sugar oven for 30 to 33 minutes.
was a shocking sight Trays And make desserts laxative; Mrs. W. W. Fish and two little Place Osb on a greased baking Eggs snuggling In. the flaky white
Frank Yanarls haul to Nor.
bums, tumbled linen piled prunes, apples, figs, oranges and daughters are' guests of Mrs. gone SCHEDCLB! sheet and sprinkle with salt and pep. folds of the baked potato are a
folk. Va., in the Interest of his
were everywhere; the nurse grapefruit can be served in about Fish's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. enlistment In the Coast Guard. SouthboundNo. smart suppertime item-and an excellent -
shed In and out all helpful. Hot-tomato O. Randall. meat stretcher This Is the
again was 300 ways Friends will be to hearthat' 1 (local) due Starke 11:19:
glad ,
g-her face on a very hot Juice,tot prune and apple puree are Claude Johns has been con: Lynn Sayst way to do It:
recent letter from lit Ll. .
I the color of wax-but she medicinal enough as are gingerbread fined, to the hospital here for Martin a E. that he PM.No.. 191 (Miami) due Starke 'The Score Cards The question Idaho Smipttes.Serve. .
Wtantly ? she, said "L..t and ginger-molasses cookiesto the past week. Grinerreports' 10:38: PM f Is being asked these days as to ( (I)

is time we had 10 lees cure' many of these cues of Buddy ,Davis and Joe Lander. is well and nappy. No. 108 (local) due Starke 9:28 bow much meat will actually. be I medlam-stoed Idaho potatoes
and
39 nurses. Now wehive chills and aches and nerves and to U. of F, students, attended the AM. allowed per person In the civilian e H cop bet milk

e. for the whole,crowdl"I hold off the colds and bronchial I and football game in Starke Friday LAWTEY nonnoouna Share-the-Meat program- me answer 4 tablespoons batter I

a.don't know that rn ever laryngeal conditions to which they night and spent the wek-end herewith By F. K. Carradlae No. 2 (local) due Starke 8:43: Is 2% pounds, which means e tablespoons bettered crumbs
a licensed "nWwW. but t lead. Get :your family through this their respective parents. meat as it Is passed over the coun- Salt and pepper
Cht then and there that until winter without\ a night of lost sleepor LAWTEY BAPTIST CHURCH AM.No. ter to by the butcher-including 1 tablespoon grated cheese
Mr. and Mrs. U A. Wigginswere 192 (through) due Starke you
tatty looked and will be doing Sunday Nov.''15th.' and fat. eggs _
very dllrerent a sneeze you week-end guests of Mrs. Ida 8:28 AM. meat bone, gristle
War job. And In''a clean :your share of the big job. 10 A,- M. Sunday School; 11 A. : Meats with little Waite Include Select medium sized potatoes,
with I" In Jacksonville. i No. 108 (through due Starke
a box of soap fakes and Ne Shortage el Job. Maxwell I M. Morning Worship. Her mon ) the highly nutritious cuts like liver scrub and bake at 490 degrees.
and Billy,
I W. Overstreet son 6:43 PM.
came back few minutes If the youngsters are tired and : J. Jacksonville I Subject: "The Christian Warrior'sArmor" heart, kidneys, sweetbreads When done remove a piece of skin i
it taker study and skin to nervous- enough to complain; If they who recently moved from Study in Ephestana 6. 7 : No. 44 (through) due Starke and brains. Canned meat, sausage from aide of each potato to make It \

babies' but the woman who demand starches and gravies and to Macclenny. were guestsof and I P. M. Young People's Service. 8 8:28 PM.Reservation scrapple souse and similar boat-shaped. Scoop out carefully and

dishes.K'n uri.frband hoe a grad :-confidence. Explain that you are report that Mrs., Overstreet is' vice. Sermon from Mark 8. Starke and Dell restrictions. salt, pepper'and hot milk and

that work. and has meeting all sorts of war conditions; teaching at Taylor. No. 101 leaves Starke 7 AM.; rail fruit specials still Include mix thoroughly: Pile mixture lightly -

ace, tea. in the great war shortage of fuel, difficult transportation We regret to report that Mrs. Tuesday W. M. TJ. We have No. 102 arrives Starke 1:60: apples, grapes, pears and delightful back Into shells, refilling almost
letters and information from
higher prices, the need for M. E. Griner Mrs. ,J. E. Williams: new PM. p411I'Ilmmonl.ood for to top. Er.ak.n egg Into each neat

a reward that day was to feel closer management of finances, beef and Miss Lila Rae Caldwell nave some of our missionaries, to be Daily except SundayI canning or for puddings. Cranberries of potatoes, season, and sprinkle

young strong arm go bout scarce bananas gone, domestic help been confined to their beds for read at this meeting.Thanksgiving are brightening counters with buttered crumbs mixed with
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a C'HKTIT: COfHT.
BRAIIFOHOCOUNTY.
second while many a 11'.. .unprocurable and insist that they more than a week. I Sunrise Service, I FLORIUAl IN CHAN-; and menus. cheese. Bake in a slow ((230-300-de-:!
e.
laid !ID m7 earl -you'r. co-operate to the extent of remembering Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubblns, : Thursday Nov. 26. Both Methodist I CKRY. Squash pumpkin and sweet potatoes gree) own until., is set and lightly -,
:
eU"and nobody could ask overshoes, drafts over- ,Sr., of Tallahassee are visitingMr. and -Baptist Churches unIt- v James.. Freda Mitchell Hasel Jourdan.t Jourdan.Plaintiff Defendant. are holding their own. and browned. This takes about six

enulne bappinors than that. fatigue-and by eating what Mother .' and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins, Jr. ing In this Annual day of giving; Can No. 13413oRDeR here and there peek spinach minutes.

Realtb.o ObltgatI.i. tells them totOh"there Sgt. Edwin Malone of McDW thanks to God for the blessings ANn NOTICE OK PUBLICATION TO APPEAR broccoli and brussels sprouts. Lynn Ctumbin can lll you bow la

Jour tree atternoona every isn't going to be any Field was the'weekend guest of of the past yean Place of meeting STATE OF FLORIDA to: Freda With less foods to choose, the dress Uf four look for family tuuuror S Searioiliu.

the to lick' of Tour neighbor. shortage of Jobs for us older women, his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. E. : Baptist cburch. hazel 700 North Jpurdan.Court who.o$tr..t residence. Tuicola." U smart homemaker will season to / gift you Sinus for your

.U **? hospital kitchen, as the war" months go on. The only Malone.J. Pearl Harbor Day. Dec. 7. at fill no..... the best of her ability those she parties of tU you how ta balanco yourmoult 1
not have to ask Is whether we are going 8 P. M. 'In Methodist Church. Big You are required to appear onDecember In oteordanca, with, nutritionalttanJardf. 1
again question and daughter There Is mustard
Caldwell has. grown
O.
right to do and humble 7th.. 141 In the above Jutt write to bar, explaining/
f or OUr thlng-.ny- to'' be willing- enough June, were week-end guests of Iowa-wide meeting for hearing named Court and cause. wherein. here kn our own country and paprika at VTutmn NmtpapttUnion.

OUr doctor bO"I" Get ta toucb enough, to, step into them. And I Mr. and Mis. J. W, Caldwell In from and praying for our local County Plaintiff. Telegraph nocks' divorce.shall' publish Bradford"' this too. Cayenne from Louisiana your problems. -.- Vttplaintt Stroft,

lilt of and hail ,give think we are. I think we presently Ocklawaha.Mrs. men In the service. On widowed- Order In next four weekly. l.nuen. and chili American grown CAb. lUinoit. Pleat. endue.stamped. .

s patlenta who merely will have an army of mothers and John' A. Bouvier Jr.. of mother who has'now two sons In Wltneee. mr hand and this official Nov.mb.r seal are earning a fine place on the ..If..Jd,...... .."elo jot
made menial and at Blarke. Florida
011' soup be.ted. wives quietly filling the the service writes "I surely do iHeleeMd..-.
What Miami stopped over briefly Sat- 0th.. 1142.1DFFCIAL. cook's spice shelf. your
you that free the youngerand A. J. Thomas. D7 Weitera BewspspuIlado.,'
can to keep minor positions her little on. appreciate that". She refers to SEAL
horrne people wen experienced women for urday leaving A. Clerk of said Court.
say ot the doq" more' John A. Bouvier- III for a ten- title community getting together ll-, 41 11-17
minor 111*, that actual war service ,

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I i BRADFORD COUNTY 'EI.FmAPII, STAUKB ,FLORIDA FRIDAy

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-Ray Unit II Volley ManningIs OUR SERVICE MEN I / & \XASHINGTON Crew COrnpet!
Drainage
;; To Return Here Desk Sergeant n..olyd to lt.n>. of latvrnt nnnrrrnlnicCoKKtr \ \ Ditch
t ; Ur.d".r" burs now MnrlBK I J."!
"' ._ F.rrn.. Md frlvndw .r. .rc" .o d 'Is. The MalarIa
In December One of the first improvements by brlnitlBic newa .and Icttrr. ( ) They found CoOtl'Ql'
wide
'j$ 'N.p.r.C. Washington( ( Incomes. approv. Walter
the new :Mayor and City from lli. bor5 nw.r front ...... 5eraee Naawort4h
that men nro ulna r.......... to writ* to <... .he election the way al of the Ruml plan suggested by A. Hunt ,
The mobile X-ray unit a pioJect I Council Inaugurated after assuming 'IVInrrnph. rvportln ....t. ..... nrtlvltlenof I .t is expected 'I de- the treasurer-ef the R. H. Macy de. elffhtlab'oreT81! '0:
j ,of the State Board of Health office this tall was the appointment I latrrmt.LJKEH lire to get during partment store which would put a ,hu j !
+ which wan In Starke last year Is of a "desk sergeant"at U I war time chance taxes on a pay-as-you-go basis. series at ditch"3

lies again coming to this County Dr. I the City Hall. who Is on handat i ENGLAND FINE I CHO08KS AIR :COK1 af becoming There, Supporters of the Ruml plan point Road 13 and the

n4 M. J. Ford director of the Health all times between 1 o'clock P. Pfc. Shurley I.. Tetstone don of Roderick\ Cran:: ford (Peewee) will continue out that the present method of tax road from Creepy
to put 8\
week. squabbles over payments' whereby we pay our Farmers', \
t Center announced this M. and 1 A. M. Mi', and Mr. G o;gt .Jetstone*, ,pampar.eninteattt( the Air Corpson through New under taxes a year after the income is Market
Complete X-ray equipment wlU i Volley F. Manning, with a background has been JNovr4/and' ? {/ left) last Tuesday 'the guise of but on earned is a poor method and is The crew |Is bOW,
come in a handsome trailer and of 16 years, experienceas "some- it for VaWow{ ; Ga.:;, for his basic matters of to the particularly burdensome when the east side of the 11M>

,t will be at Starke .all day Tuesday a Guard-Foreman at the State where In training! *.", ',,*!"".. war effort.It is opinion taxes are as high as they are today. stroct a ditch Which taUr(

a, Pec. 8 Prison at Ralford. la the appointee Eng- I here that we the Inter- Mr. Ruml's suggestion that we for. en. clean and
I WWASP of our given the get about taxes on 1942 income and I'I'CTaclt
ests ed 1
,
forenoon on Wednesday; since October SURVIVORS Sapp
In the and has been there I land" for 1943 canal
instead 1114
on income
Dec. 9,' it will be at Brooker and 7, Seven years of that I the past i The many' friends in Bradford' green The light.- over the earn the pay mtmey. they argue, AS would we which drain the rail

I, Hampton and at Lawtey In the I time he was In the Identification lx, months County*o'f'Mr., and Mrs. W. C.I' 18.19 draft about by put taxation on a sounder basis and pits a. far noru l
and t Hunt of Lockhart will be Interested would less Income to Market. "J
I afternoon. (Pinger-prlnt) department, Rewrites t the senate's mean &o the
"First we want all doctors and was for 9: 1.2 years head of the home that to know that two of their sons, 1 1Pre" that these spend a government. In fact, because of Knowing that
like on and Irving were among year In fronts rapidly mounting payrolls they Starke i the
he
; nurses ,to send us'' any persons department. tore being point 'out that the government appreciat the i
Vt they know about who have been- the coun the- urvlvor of the Aircraft Car- was obviously building would collect more money during the ditching, both

exposed to tuberculosis", Dr. Ford Stage comedy try line Is rier Wasp;,*which sank off the move, the they 1943 if It collected on 1943 incomes and drainage Hlaitm
i said "Secondly, we want all food- having a Solomon' Islands 1 I..a t Sept, 15.: would stand In mothers than it would if it were collectingon Lion In keeping ,

/1 handlers in the County to come At USO ,SundayThe good time Both bdys are now at home on and fathers of to this 1942: Incomes. It Is believed that Playing in the diujj:
and arrived thereto draft if, they cord as the finance committees of the house
he continued. 30-day leave ming Jl
to us for X-ray, them
r"t and getting up I u
persons in daily contact with stage at the USO Club No. find their mother very 111 in favoring such Further and senate will be asked to reconsider the crew, agt;*
t oeat vote the Ruml plan a possible
plenty it as
children come next In importanceon 1 (YMCA) will be peopled this the hospital.. Naturally," their more the 18-19 gave source of increasing government income
teachers.: bus I evening (Friday Nov. 13th) with alp' safe,arrival Is expected to do on '
Dr. Ford's lint- senators an to sit on and at the same time easingthe He'll Take ]
t. drivers, Janitors and the like. : all those screamingly funny people though he does get hungry now much toward speeding her recovery the fence phases of burden of the taxspayer. Flo
who make the Broadway and then for some good old home .. Under the tax bill Patray
between the ages up }Preston is an aviationordnance their new as signedby Says
.
d "Any persons "Arsenic and OldLace" fried chicken. Shurley says he Another pre measure the President, all single persons
hit .
% of 18 and 40 who would like ton comedy irate? lift class and Irving -;.
which to being presented hopes the American people will ablation: machinist' mate, full of political was the earning more than $024 a :year are James Patray, >J
{, have their cheats X-rayed are under the joint sponsorship of soon wake? up' and 'help 't& win proposed the 18-19 subject to the Victory tax of S per in Ozark, Ala.,
About 400 can ,,2nd- .claa.la The'youngest Hunt for virtual Bead
o welcome. persona I draft measure cent. In addition any single per-
the like the civilians In Eng+ for the
y'J, be X-rayed per day with this the USO Clubs of Starke. war :son.=:James, 18--plana''to enlist In of al-'. son earning over $500 a year, and past several The Bnglish lie
land .
has
., outfit" he said."Tuberculosls. The performance! U free to all are doing. the Navy as soon as he' III old coholie cities. any married person earning over operated Uu
servicemen and associated civilians people are "wonderful" to the enough. This by $1,200 is subject to a tax, Ithe' tax sold out Ills builneuj
J is the first cause American boys in their midst he was ostensibly cent each ed to
and is by the Little Theatre Senator Lee of starting at 19 per on tax. Starke last i wet
'ro of death among women from'18to '' Inducted into the Under the
say Shurley'was able dollar. new set-up 'he
35 of age" he said, "and of Gainesville, with Clark Gour- TUKLVf<{ 8KLECTEES in services married eamina$40 loved Alabama k-
: years and I young men a man a week
of ', among men 25 to 45 is the second ley directing. Curtain U promptlyat the Army on Aug, 6,_ 1941 Twelve Bradford County boys but it was first step and without dependents will pay he loved Stark mm

cause of death exceeded only 8 p. m. and the. performancewill was sent to Oklahoma City, wherehe were inducted' at Camp Standing by the dry national about seven times as much tax as "I wouldn't give iliac
accident. The early end at ten o'clock allowing served seven months. He also Ort October,27 and returned from for the he paid this year and a man earn-
very
? by servicemen ample time to returnto their and- prohibition of alcoholic ing between $2Ooo.to $5,000 a year Lake .for the whole i it
llrdjiy.1 furlough reported -
stagey of tuberculosis can only spent >two months In Savannah. there "
refreshments will beverages In will pay about 2% times the amounthe bam .
be detected by X-ray and It la camp. Free for duty on Armistice Day. work this In all
paid addition
before
Ga., being sent across were army :year.
these early stages of tuberculosis be perved. at Intermission. They are: Lawrence E. Adktna. which would practi. will pay higher taxes on such pur. He has engaged !tic|

i which we have a better chanceto "Arsenic and Old Lace" is the Edgar Glisson, L. O. Jones, William cally aU well as chases as cigarettes, railroad tick Contractor R. H K[
arrest. second presentation of the Starke MEETS NEW DAUGHTER E.. Moody Francis H. Nor many small Sets, telephone messages ,and alcoholic two or three room :

"Last year a highly infectious USO Clubs' current theatrical Robert C. Jackson member of man, Raleigh E. Strickland Ear- I It was that U beverages. dence and she to i

t case ,of tuberculosis was found in seanon. the communication department of nest F. Boyd Willlard H. Hamilton this vote before majorityof up fora There whether is considerable people will uneasinessover actuallyget five small cottage

a normal-appearing man workingas the Army Air Corps came In Ovid 0. Lewis, Pitt New- senators for it these high taxes paid or lit erty on Road 28 Ia

a cook in boomtown". Dr. Ford Permits DeclineAs Tuesday to get better acquaintedwith some LeoF, Starling and Joseph In order to the there will be a large number who eastern part of I to
continued "in which position he his new 7 1-2-pound daugh- R. Vause. votes of the of drys will be forced to default on their build until Mr. Uathtj

"' was highly dangerous not only to RestrictionsTake ter-Hilda Lone-'born Sunday ,- in the rural amend' payments or have to go in debt to lumber", he sal4t -

the soldiers but to civilians as Nov. 8. He will return to his TILE AJUnKRMAJN: '',BOYS ment was sent make the payments. There is also

., well. We sent him to a sanir Effect station, at Madison_ Wls.,, perhaps I;i' ,H.: GuAldernuuv'of Melrose' 'has measure.and finally the draft, Considerable! for fear the purchase that payroll of war deductions Adolpb, tail

r torlum where he now teas a Figures compiled In the office Sunday. a right; to be proud of his contribution In their home bonds will fall oft when deductions -the three bJad: )|

chance for lecovery". of City Clerk Carl Johns this 'tO'' 'the present world states many found a begin for the 5 per cent Victory tax. them ru tUi v

week Indicate that the Govern- LONG DISTANCE CALL struggle. In addition to losing strong to ,Although congress has put throughthe your Uu n. li|
construc- his eldest, son In the Southwest make it easier the large tax bill and,the President has
curb Hendricks eseq wNbIMA
First Ripe Berry ment's on private Lee A. who has been
income some it is feeling
growing
new signed It. a
tion is having a direct effect on Pacific on Feb.' 28, he still has
in the Coast Artillery for the past resentment Income here that collection must be given
The first ripe strawberry the slowing. down the growth of three'years' telephoned his three other sons In the armed groups of the greater consideration before the beginning -I

i Telegraph has seen this season Stai'ke.. mother Mrs. E .0. Edwards, Sun- forces of the United States and smallest greatest of the new year., It is also I

w l was brought Into the office yes In the six-month period from day from the Canal Zone wherehe one engaged in civilian defense I concern was of middle known that the treasury will soon 1 i I MADE

: terday morning by Lacy Simmons May 1, 1942 (when restrictions has been ,stationed for two work. Income who workedout ask congress to consider still fur. ''I

v, 55 colored man of Reno, who became effective) to Nov. 1, 1942a rears. Near the end of the con- The Cruiser Houston, the ship for theirin ther methods of taxation. I LABOR ClUBdlA

has about an acre planted. He total of 33911.49 in building 'ersatlon, Mrs. Edwards asked on which "Harmon Alderman sail- and not eight Health AssociationThe I $$3.501
says he has quite a number that permits was Issued while duringthe him what he would like to have ed (the "one which so often carried weeks he

are as large and well-developed" same period In 1941 the total for Christmas. ."Money"., he re- President Roosevelt on his Bradford County Tuberculosis WORK GCASA1
Van is He said. -- Called Form!I
but that was the only ripe one
cruises), disappeared 28
was $171.558.00. plied. February and Health Association: will
"Tell them I wait to
he could find. He set them out
In Part of the decrease, of course just| off the Java coast and Har- get some of kMjPouk"i a n t-eyed meet, this afternoon at 4 o'clockin GaMattreu
July. Is accounted for by the fact that MORE FOR COAST GUARDOn man has clever been heard, from stew1 "I!, the Courthouse. The Christ'

the program of public, building Wednesday Nov. 4,. four since. Ic is presumed that the mal seal program will 'be .out- (

Recent, Births which followed In the wake of more Bradford Countlans Jack ship was the victim of a Japanese EVER lined .and plans for an. Intensive Tel. 10S1 G

;, Mr. and Mrs Le Roy Starling the establishment of Camp .Blan- ,Nelson Darley and Kenneth E. 'been torpedo In- Oit bomb.' Harmon'' had I Elmer' ''Mr.1; and' Urvey pt the County- will be Box 4S1-A.I
t the Navy lt1'years.
Starling of Lawtey; and Marklee I Mrs. R. F. ; '' sworn made.
Graham. Nov., 11, 'boy ding Is now largely completed. I ,
Starling and Leon Starling of Mr. AMerman's second .0 n.1 into the

':: "" Starke;were enlisted In the Coast Eddie L. Alderman will graduateDee. last Friday. day he I I

I'J' !:,: f):.: : .: : : _CLASSIFIED ADSWHY I Guard. .'School 24 from'at the Ft.Officers'Benning1.Training Ga.-,(I wired K. Leaving his Va., to O.. EVERY BRANCH OF

and receive his commission "
IN TilE SOUTH SEAS as night. from
RENT when you can own WANTED-Truck making trip to 2nd lieutenant I Wllliston the class lhJuranceH.
E. J. Jr. has
:your own home' Highway lots Raleigh N. C.,, to take some Corp. Dowllng. Wymari Alderman enlisted In of 1942, Is age and
notified his that he la
ei for sale cheap. Cash or terms freight.=: Mrs J. P. Lyons, Gen' parents on the Navy-'October 9,,. and U now will be a for any
island in the South' Seas.
e ,1 D. E. Knight. 11-13 2tp Del., Starke\ Fla. lip "Everything an sure looks 'good to at Norfolk, Va., while Emery In in Japs who h come his
the Army Air Force at Panama 180.:
way-he tips at
FOR RENT- Small store with SITUATION WANTEDfemale.Experienced us down here. Tell the people City.
bookkeeper with f over there to keep their chins I
extra room. Good location. Inquire -
.
''S Vaughan Castle Lunch op- 30 hours spare time. Write Box up," he said. Ernie Is serving' in RAKUV TO GOB Change In / C. WALL
431-E Starke. Itp the Coast Artillery. .
posite Jail. it On Navy Day-Dct. 27-Van H. H.: F. sold out :
-. .
EGGS AND HENS for sale daily Garden along with 235 others, Thelma's Avenue,
v FOR RENT-2-room house, completely CALLED TO ACTIVE; DUTY
was inducted Into the U. and
-E.'E. Waedln. State Road 13. S. NaVy he and will leave AgencyConstant
''r, fur n la h e d for lighthousekeeping. 3 mi. north of Waldo. ll4tp John Arthur Torode son! of at Jacksonville.. While some entered Sunday for they

Also rooms In Mrs. W. E. Torode of Starke has .the Navy and the Naval Reserve expect to Q.Petrouota .
S. I home furnished for housekeep been called to active with ,Service Over 50 Years
FOR SALE-1942 Ford pickup, duty Mr M. Garden joined the Seabees of who '
'
lag hot and cold
I Electricity excellent condition, S good tires. the Air Force Classification' Center ,as
water .do to Hellbronn Springs, -4. M. Edwards Phone 94. tfIF Nashville, Tenn. Prior to his class. iHeiwlll enter, active service place next the purchaser
take left hand turn 2miles. : Phone MSHERES
and Please
go call he was with the Air, Corps not earlier than,two weeks ,. The took :
.--L. L. Conner. lip
Enlisted,Reserve. from the date that he
: YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL was sworn charge _. _
FOR RENT: Galvanized ware- milk cows stock cows beef

house, 900 sq. ft., near Far- cattle, stock bulls or hogs get
mera Market.-R. A. New ome. In touch with J.. D. Odom, Jr., '

tee+ k l i 333 N. Cherry St., Starke. It Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake : A NEW 1! P1ANJEVERYf f

+'d r City; Telephone 431 Lake City:
V i FOR SALK-1934 Standard Chevrolet Auction market every Thursday .

y coach privately owned on all classes of live stockat
'i good tires! and motor-$179: ; or Lake City at 2:30: P. M.
i will exchange on real estate P.

O. Box 43. Itp FURNISHED A P A R :T M ENTS

Waldo, 14 ml. south of Starke. AMERICAN HOUSEWIFE
WHILE YOU HAVE MEANS is
1 and 2 rooms. Electricity, hot
l the time to buy and build small water. Inner spring mattresses, ,
home on ,highway' lots. For
Frigldalres. $25 per couple per
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sale cheap on term-D. E
month. No children or pets.- S
Knight. 11.13 2tp Mrs. Maude Wesley. tf r

WOULD BUY out side' toilet. and \
LOUT-1 Jersey cream cow
Must be type approved by,State
calf,.marked crop split in right
Board of Health.-W, T. Jordan
ear and crop underblt in left
R. 2, Box 296 Starke. Itp IMPORTANT'IEISI
ear wt. 600 Ibs., 8 yrs. old.- BE

LARGE SETTER bird dog came Carl McKinney RU 2, Starke ,

to my house Sunday. Owner .11-6 2tp .

can paying have for by this Identifying ad.-Jordan'a and FOR SAL-Potato chip machinein I SE1LBUY FOR 0 U .'::- .-.,.. bing..kldd.. a weed if w.a. 10 wiD ,

Hotel Court SUrke. Itp good shape. Mrs.. Titus Olson the ... W you .km. M UMMfcd. .pfo.. .. It I"""*

221 South Walnut street ; why M k* work:..*.... aeeddl <*, *
ltp 'r- d.en l i. ....
LOST OR STRAYED Querney -, I- d... II 11.-. .. ..e cIi oredy' ,you mi M sppplr5eS M nbc. tar sir 'a wean'as.

heifer, red, with some WANTED TO BUY-House' trail- ,1 el J"IIdI-ini rww .. ... ....',your opponmaie'so s cur.k.b.'as TODAY
''White spots; horns about 3 Inches Starke. -r
er.-ouldon Grill Itp
tr teaiktiorn .. ter. '
long, about 18 mo., old. $9 ......-..- CAUTION: '}

!, reward for return of this cow WANTED TO BUY-Frying or pe.t..pe awe ..... de eppe.. .... amking.ny. : a..... ,.... ca.... d.. ue 01 old:./

to D. O. Kelly.; 4 1-2 ml, west routing chickens and turkeys 1 a May Ufawwy .... ..ictwut, n ...7 noMl. hovy duty cbctne <.9'"Pite adddi.sal*' b. m.:::: :j
tad .
which
wren brava M t.lws.
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t; of Starke on Road 28. Itp live or dressed, any number. Al- ,hmuni sir fcilidq..aruM. wiIh w. .,
milk fed veal We mar- Or -.-
so pay polnp hive.. r idle daaric
WANTED TO BUT-23-inch pine ket prices. Guidon Grill. It A USED g&cMc APPLIANCE spVlws which .. and 7Ne .Ioioh,
wood for house also 14-inch
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n .ht .. _
MALE HELP WANTED | put. 10 *doe ..J...

MrS green Moltt pine wood 909 West for Madison stove. RELIABLE, :MAN 39 to 89: with a M .quipmcM. III..., meet ..... ....pry.... H.tYM .' ..... O\\a1lV1...K
5 MW pima b.bee
street car to supply satisfied customers -
Itp
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with world famous Food fc't qu. .ia.pl. ... do fc .. "iOC .....

IT'S A FACT-You can't build anew Products In Bradford County -,, 1 w ond.P-.fc % ter oj ay.
Nw _, regiea do
l house but you can Improve Experience unnecessary. Per'* I, t, y 1If'I'Iiu--.w. B.JB U k ;: aot t CRUsb

the old one with modern, well- manent work plus good Income ; ] cae.rnirnt to. y.... s FtOANA
) mply.6u .af \
fitted Venetian blinds.Pate assured producer. Write J. M. .
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Gassett. Starke Itp Lewis, co J. R. Watkins Company .aTODAY1t ad. __. r
Memphis" Term. 10-30-3tp ', i ;. wul. W I1InNcI

PASSENGERS WANTED to t -.. claW wKa.

share expenses on dally ride to LANDS ARE PERMANENT Investments. %. ......lnrn.ai. rd f V Vvff g .r.. .dar 'Id N
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p Camp B landing.'- Mrs. Irene As war progresses, ( ells. des rrn.... 1T* a t.rw., + r.w,,,p,.sr.
Johns Route 2 Box 146 money will get cheaper lands wu..N sw
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4' Starke. lIp higher. Time now, to buy lots )} ,
+ and build small homes. High '10.'- .

HELP WANTED3ookkeeper.. way lots cheap for cash or ;;f'ff ...
Part-time job. Guidon Grill. It term-D. E. Knight 11-13 2tp ron VICTORT t ... ..r+..r.


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