Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: October 13, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04884
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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[trading Center and BRADFORD Home of the


( ramP Blanding Sweetest Strawberries

This Side of Heaven

Official County Publication Established In 1877 earn SuiMIiKit -_ ...

tE &1NT1S1X _ _ _ _ _ 8TAKKK.! FL.ORI1L.l'RIDA. tHTOIIKK: u. litU
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Grease, Oil Dumped In Sewer Lines !I New Office For Drs. Herlong and Adams County Fair

he biggest dollar you ever gave I ,

Causes Trouble At Disposal Plant; I; _ _ Ready To Open


!among War Prisoners the many Aid services is City Takes Steps To Stop Practice Monday Oct. 16

your dollars support when; ,

,you give to your CommunityWar I Grease .uiil oil bemn dumped l turn disposes of i 11",- uamat! ..,
Fund. ,;nio sen-tit lines by local filling I ur Howevei. anothei inspectionseveral l'v -vohing/ MM 1 foi six... mpnuirnhlr -
stations and Is IHVS t th"Ilh I nnnintl I nia.l-'
garage; causing days ago revealed,I that
| serious damage to Starke'a et'wag. ill.> situation, l 1M again hot An (4)uI roiinix' i.'mr
I j dispomil plant and w III open Monday on rh,' ground.
preventing nl i coatiiijc/ nt li-tm tllI'h.',i <" t'Et"-1
I'' the plant from functioning prop thick i Is floating on top oi t the LU LILj anti lUll'i will HInith of town on Rcmi,, 1.1i

erly itti3 brought out at a I disposal turks.! It was. HIHI.-.I. i continue throtiith( Sntmi -
--4-- 9T1 meeting of tho City Council heldhere i\os "Tu\,! I'ermlt! i i the .IolwlI.r.ngtlll.II.\\'hlh.: |
I Tuesday:\ night. I' Another matter attended to bv Ainorl-
m i ''a n Legion Post.
Immediate will .
steps be takenI the Council Tuesday iiiulu wa
I correct this: situation which 18''': grnntinj Clayton Strlrkland n i I It K Demorest' aiit.5. ,\ Wel-

I a m"'tor: of vital concern to the I permit for three taxis i to biop ..,'< .J I'ilon. manager of the event. an-
entire community It stated. I the ' >,\.' flounce that t the agricultural '
was eiated within cily I .,. .>, exi -
.. I city Clerk Carl Johns was Instructed It wa also Bttensed that all ; _,,'i'. -, -,- i I lilblt tent will be e'rnctetitour

to have a n ordinance taxis. must have their I lutes pOI.I'tod i days/ In advance of the opening
J'6 Dtf." B HIM'long and 1 Dr. H. I II Ad.tms are now this In orrter that
6 prepared providing stiff fines for In each cab at all times This community booth*
attractive new office recently completed foe them and !located may be made .
tilling station and garage opera- action was taken following reports on ready and all exhlblts
L tois who failed to cooperate In of overcharges In some Instances Went Call 8U Constructed of cement blocks and glass brick, the can be in place not later

v this measure.It building Includes waiting rooms. for white and, colou-d patients. a than 6 p. m. Monday."All .
was: stated! that employes:\ of t'liKuwlliig. Zones consultation room tot each of the doctors and! an x-ray room and commltteenien |In charge

the State Board of Health visited In an attempt to relieve truffle operating loom. Fluorescent lighting la used throughout. of community booths are requested .

We can't let them down now Give to the plant some time ago. found congestion In the business district I to be present' at the exhibit
the situation bad and attemptedto the Council decided that un. 'I tent Friday or Saturday of this
clean out the grease that was loading I zones would be deslgnat- :' Fashion ShowProfitable week to pick out their booth

YOUR COMMUNITY WAR FUND destroying the basterla that In ed l for the use of trucks. j jj Event Legion Completes and Di-morest to start stated decorating It," Mr.

>,,,..,.ti.t' u. NATIONAL WAR FUND Managers Named j I Rationing Requests .I For The WSO tall fashion Fund parade pie- Navy Day Plans will Roth's furnlMi Great entertalnmpnt American, Shown feu-

i Must Be Presented i I nenteil Thursday night of I lust testes during the week! and, frp
acts will be
!Officially To Board week at I ho Paik Theatre by nun' for A Navy Day (OURIMV-" presented each day.
Tuesday has
I been
,ast year Bradford County "passed up" the War Fund For Election I :, Mrs \V. n. Munily. of Iila's nnce Oil F'tlilay Oct 27 were, Farmers Day:! designated as
I The national office of Dress. benefit Wednesday' School
OPA Shop as a for the peifocted nt a nvetlng uf I the
ju'hen the time came to give, we simply said "We pass. through its regional and district Women's Service Organization of Jones LiiriKfonl' While Pom. and Service Day; Thursday Army
; Friday' ,
At the regular! meeting of the office is culling attention of the I the U.S.O. on Temple and WushInitton Ameilcnn Legion. Tuesday! night ColoredChildren's
IJ., Simple wasnt it ? But it didn't do Bradford County School Day Sat.tsrduty .
; ani!
Commissionerson local "'ar Price and both The
Board of County Rationing was a success a the- ceremonies will b"gllat .
] of good in the eyes of other communities that strug- Old Home Day.
Oct. 2 the following managerswere Boards to the fact Hint rationing tlcully and financially The proceeds 11 n. m and a speaker will be
hard to meet their quotas and are not benefitting, appointed for holding the of all commodities should bo done will be lined by the organ- prenent from the Naval Air Station Cash prizes, and ribbons", will bl

\, from a steady flow of greenbacks such as we enjoy General Election on Nov. 14: only at the board! offices and Izn I Ion for Home worthy cause ( In Jacksonville. The high presented of to winners In all divisions .

i the nearness of Camp Blanding. Precinct No.1, Lawtey: L. H. that all cnn' um..r" applications! ''In the Club possibly a Christmas SChOOl bnnd will have part on Community exhibits: which Include:
Bit will be hard to live that failure down. It will re- Hill. Clerk: J. S. Austin! I... M. can bg approved rOt Issuance entertainment! for the ,soldier! the program and the day's activities hibits, Boy Scout Exhibit, School, F.P.A.Ex.

a black mark on the otherwise good war record ofomniunity. Murrhee Inspectors. only by; board members meetIngs Due to tin- generous percentagf will be climaxed by a and 4-H Club Exhibits. Individual .

But it can be partially erased at least, Precinct No. 2. North Starke: of the board" 1 held in the agreement offered! by W. N. supper that night. The program exhibits. ,

Uting the current War Fund quota promptly and com- J. \Valnwrlght.. Clerk; R. B. board offices. Cat-nasion i manager of I ho Paik, will bn held on the school! ground
Hoard members must not Theatre, the WSO netted $379.40 01' In the school
Alvarez, T. M. Norman Jr., and approve I auditorium If Red
applications their homesstated. , I rum the event. the weather Is bail. Cross Classes '
Nelson T. Green,
The for .finances the National War Fund Inspectors.
by I
All for The fashion commentator
applications ra- wasMrs. In
Members of the families of Home '
ler Precinct No. 3. South Staike: Nursing >,
than ever this year. More young Americans are in I or places of business! It was C .\. Robertson of Galnes- Navy men! are
) SUcRae. especially urgedto
Raymond. Clerk.;
tr\'ice More\ are overseas. These men and women Uoneil. commodities.' ! h o u I d be VillA. who has had experience In attend tHf" which Prove Interesting _
T. N. Kendrick and J. I>. 4)bcrvancs .
more than food and a place tojsleep to enable them to Bowers, InepectorsPrecinct presented only to tlie, board office style Mhqwy given by the junior la being -lielu tJ express ''Appreci ThoHe... taking the .',

tand the haraship, the loneliness and the horrors of and must be approved by nmajority !league and other organizations. ation! for (he wonderful Job the (that the tied. course report
4 Graham R. S. Crocs
No. : Home Nurs-
I of hOard members at a Mrs, Jeanetle Klnculd played' thepianna .
The things which they receive through the USO thed Navy hat dune In keeping supplies 'ing classes
Wa dln, Clerk Berry Dyiil Perry are made moat Interesting
meetliiK before ceitlfi-l ) the models showed' their -
| d Seaman's Service and the War Prisoners' Aid are I IS I Starling and George Rivers, In- regular flowing to our fighting JuletiIn by the capable 'Instructor. -
: he iHMiicd (towns. Six door pl'''! contil1 I
i which help sustain them and tell them that they do I upectora. cutes can 1: buted Louis oil parts of the woild. "Mlsrf Kunlo: B. Willis, whIt
I Hoard members am advised to by were Members of Ihu Legion decided I In a
jk'ht( alone. I of the National field
Precinct No. :5, Hampton: Bert lefuse to dlHcuts applications. for awarded to holders of lucky num
lln addition to financial aid to these and many other I Hlnson.. Clerk; J. B. PrevaiL, rationed commodities at their bers. to early on a pioject that won Staff of U. S. Red Cross and ha

es. the War> Fund also includes support for the Boy Olin Pearce and Hance Hall In- homes or personal places of bn.ii- ,, The' flint group of models were started Ihe Uoy here Scout SOuR"troop, time and alto later by also"Delano the coveted! honor of beinga
I Memorial NurHe"The
and Girl Scout programs, thus eliminating separate spectors. fleas with any applicant.Overseas 'i tile junior, debs showing what the abandoned. Thin I 1M the placingof das inert ,
that would otherwise have to be made for each. The Precinct No.6, Theies: Bill i younger set. will wear. These! Jain around town for the collection 0:30 eacli Thursdiymorning
at : a. m. In the Arm-
[Fund includes practically all, with the exception of the Hall, Clerk I ; Guy Alderman I! young ladles were Joan Caipcnler of coins which will be. ory building and has been or-
.il Red Cross Drive the Freddie Dodd and Deard Phillips Mailing I Ina Mae TOwnsend OlIn Dem- used, to
in spring. I buy cigarettes to send : ganized with Mrs. K. M Davis

[Bradford County's quota is not large-only $3,500 for Inspectors. I orest BAtty Ann Ann Flynn. HarelFields to fighting men ovemvua. as chairman Mrs. Iva. Hitch, ....c-
Peggy Wiggins.

"se agencies. Chairman Nat Stemberg has high hopes I Precinct No. 7. New River: K.I : Monielth Marian Brown retary-treaueurer ; Mrs. Arlenn"

Ming: the quota in the first few days, thus redeeming I Kelly, Clerk: W.and C. McCord M. L., Ends Tomorrow I June Hall Betty Jean Pallock, Rotarians Enjoy Harding chairman hospitality;

''yes, in part, for our failure last year. I j I Chester Andrews i Ma'lge Brownlee-' Dot tie i Sue Variety Program and Mrs. May Dlcklns, chairman,

When you are approached in the next few days ba, | Johns, Inspectors. stated''iBIggs, Jeanette Anderson, Idell publicity. .
Precinct No. 8. Brooker: H. P. Postmaster F'. F Stump -MISH Willis .
gave as a foundation
Fund and generously! I LaffdVilm, and
worker-give cheerfully give 1. Merry t'thKnlllht Members oT the Rotary Club
this week that the
volume of
Galney, Clerk: A. A. Kdwards; to build upon a verse from
i The
more sophisticated
C. J. Crews and Lloyd Barry, In- local overseas mall had Increased gowns weie tieated to an unusually entertaining Proverbs 4:7: "Wisdom In. thprincipal !
i were modeled by Dot Gay, LOIIMI | I
---- - program Wednesday
- - greatly during the past week and I
thing therefore
spectors. I Snyder Betty t Turner, S.'letaSparke when Mian Catharine Heard, member ; get wisdom -
I the employees were planning on j and with all
; thy getting, get
I Mrs Van 'amp of Camp of the UHO-YMCA staff
SECOND HOOKWORM CLINIC Attend an even greater Increase In vol. j I pre- understanding.! "
Delegates to Blandlng, Mrs. Roy Johnson. Hented a variety of entei-tain-
this week Oct. 15 Is the
ume as The subject of the last lesson
I Kvelyn Crawford Charts. Mae liar-
men t.
Quarterly MeetingOf deadline on Army packages.: |I : was how to
by I,1f'V, Pat Lambs, Betty Hayes, I recognize signs of
I time for and Several piano solo were played
The mailing Navy III 0 ellThe! taking of tempera-
DR. I. R. ABRAMS Hospital Council Merchant Marine Personnel overseas ,', Carolyn Green Maxine Noegel./ by Mm. I,. A. Canova. and a I turps and. the care of thus hands
Ituth Kaulkner. of Gainesville.!
closed. gioup of / o n K.I were sung by llt- to
I in longer not being I prevent of
will head spread diseasegerms
Duncan I
Mrs J'G-: i II Grace Osborne Freddie Wlmbei |y,
I I I tilt !David Canovu. MIM John O.
from Bradford! until Nov. 1. There have beetia were demonstrated.Unfortunately .
conducted last the delegation Dot Mar
The Hookworm which was Powell Johnston
survey I which will attend the : few packages received here by : Smith, Whose hunbund IH stutloneil too few have
Frances Alice June
Itf hy the Clay-Bradford Health Department showed; I I County quarterly meeting of the North- families of men overseas but the I i i Ifardlnif.! Oppemian Margaret Strlngfellow. I Ht Camp landing, gave a availed themselves of the opportunity -
'10 A short majority of the boys write to one clever I m ;> n roonutlon of iCajtu ( and privilege
I i given the
children infested with this parasite. I If east Florida Camp and Hospital Doris Smith. Silo Flnteman, Sara ; by
member of the family. to tlo ] Pitts ami' Mis \V. J. Church well Red Cross In offering this
Starke and Council Camp niandlng on VI Smith, Sll-' course
!J f ago the Health Unit held a clinic at I at Poythress Patsy two numbciH
for the other Hang but
October 1 L. Mrs V. their shopping anyone Interested Is welcometo
cox and IoroncMoncrlef
een Cove Springs and treated 500 school children. i L Sturgill Is treasurer of this members. t The climax was a wedillng At the tloMe of the program I attend hear the lecture and

other clinic will be held on Saturday, October 21. I group. i ti scene with Collette and Annette the guest joined niembciH of the see the demonstrations

'm 9 A. :M. to 12 noon at Starke for Bradford County ; The delegations from 14 north- New PharmacistAt Gieen an bridesmaids. Carolyn club In Hinging several favorite

.001! children and at Green Cove Springs for ClayUfltv I east counties of Florida will Carpenter'sJud'eon keen. as MdM of Honor Buzzy ItoUtry songsSaturday Kirby Smith Died

hear Col. Calla rd. Post SurgeonIn Green as ling !bearer, Linda Kay
!school children. Cards will be sent to all parof EndsRegistration Thursday Morning
I the principal address: > of the B. West! of St. Augustine Sale as! flower girl and Helen

t ) children with Hookworm. However, whether I day. and will be taken on a tour Is the nOW pharmacist at'' Steel of Galnenvtllo as bride. Time Kirby Smith of Hawthorne diedat

not the clinicyou Regional Station Hospital Store. lie has. 3.30; Thursday his
YOU get a card, bring your children to of the Carpenter's Drug morning at
know they have Hookworm or if you want to to acquaint themselves with Its been with the Rexall Drug Com- | Blanding Artist Tomorrow (Saturday) 'la homo there. He has been 111
ope ratio!:. At noon they will pany[ for 25 years and was for a opportunity for new voters for about three months. Funeral
"lout if they have it. have luncheon with the hospital time store manager In Cocoa, {I i Sketches Group I to register for the General Klec- services will be held Friday mornIng -

I I nursing staff. _ They will .be Fla. lie attended, Mercer College -I At USO Dinner Ion, November.. . 14. They may. at 10.OO: a. m. at the grave
- ---- shown during their Visit U D III''" of Pharmacy.Mr. I| register wim me uepuiy in their- in. the Hawthorne Cemetery.

Aodist ChurchChurch Carpenter's Gets camp to what use their Red I West has a wife son and Caricatures took the limelighti | home precinct or with Supervisor Thompson William Funeral!
Cross donations are being put in 'daughter who will Join him hereas i f Tuesday l evening at the Walnut I of Registration J. R Kelly In Home of Gainesville Is In chargeof

Loyalty Visitation Modernized Front hospital an-1- maintenance work. soon as he can find housing I Street USO flub after the reg- the courthouse arrangements.Mr. .

s-Sn: t U now being organized accommodations. I ular married folk dinner.. Sgt. 1 The Board of County Commissioner Smith U survived by his
. 1 Carpenter' Drug Store Is stationed widow and 4 son, Richard Smithof
Methodist Church and a Military Rites ;i Sl'ottyVf'ltt'rfl..lel, now )) will meet next Wednesday -
ittm has been appointed tot t 1 'looking up' with a fresh. Ivory- I McKinney Buys | at the lI'.TC school at Camp for the purpose of canvassing the Seabees, Shi Smith, Hawthorne -
a t all members 1 colored paint Job trimmed In For Tate DenmarkMilitary 'Blan'llng, wa the clever artist the registration books. re- Bernard Smith of the
of church
urge them attend the Rexall blue and new lighted mar- held :| Starke Taxi Company i I who dipped his brush In black | m/wlng the flatness of thoxu re- Merchant Marines and Hobby
sere i were
to quettes at both front and side funeral rites Ink and with a few rapid stroke moved or deceased. The board Smith who Is", In the Army In

, entrances which go far toward I here Friday afternon Oct. 6, for Sale of the Starke Taxi Company ,I produced a likeness of every nr>!II I- '|will meet! again on Oct. 28 to re- Texan and a daughter Dorothy
Passion for Service" will making It look like the modern Tate Powell Denmark 49, veteranof by Its three owners. J. W. I dler and wife In the room. There store names erroneously! stricken. who Is staying home since her
fhw.f topic of the Rev. \V. J. .tore that It really U. The job both World Wars I and II. Andrews, T. Frank Landrum and ;' was plenty of hilarity at the I I husband in in service lie wa a

'?u at the 11 a. m. service wall completed this week. I Funeral services were conducted Orle A Wiggins was announced i I over-emphasized! long" or turnedI brother of Hogan and Foster Shi

Sunday morning.: The store Is unfortunate, ''I' at 3 p. m. in the ChrU- last week. It was purchased by I none the double chin. the j Table Tennis I Smith of thin city and of MJ-S.

f touth Fellowship will meet the services of I tlan Church with the Rev. I... D. A. E. McKinney who for several 1 bushy brows! but everyone woe Tourney Planned I l J W. AinaKee of Madison, Cd.,

* P m. for a snack! which though. In losing V. !J, Haines officJatlrg! Pall bearers years has operated) Mack's Taxi well p'981' l with the finished j I! and Mrs.. P. E. Oldham of Jack-

followed by a good pro- Its popular young druggist. ,:, were members of the Jones-Lang- Service for colored patrons. products. j I' The I/SO Clubs of Starke are I gonvlUe.

All young people are urg- Dennis Morrow who. during his ford-White American Legion Mr. McKinney announced! that Sgt. We terfed! ) I Id In charge sponsoring a tabtenni! tournament -

be Presentnow four months' stay In Starke has Poet N. VValnwrlght.. Jr.. A. he will buy new equipment as of the :Monday Sketch Group at to be held on Sunday, October I Football SupperMembers

"nlng and continuing made so many personal and busl- J. Thomaar V. H. Garden. Free : soon a" It U available. I' thl Club, which will resume ses- 15, at 4:30: ( o'clock at the

gb the winter months, the i' Morrow left Satur- man Register. S. E. Sparks and alone on Monday ev>nmK.. Oct. Club located at 201 North Walnut of the BUS football ,

"g 'ervlce will begin at 7:30: I nes friends. home In Orlando George Jobns.Interment I I Recent MarriagesClarence i obrr 16, at 8 o'clock. The group Street. There will be 12 entrants j..{uad were honor guests at a i,.',
Ie. Evening subject next day for his the position was la Dekle Cemetery Is specially for amateurs and ; six men and six girls, and an teak supper Thursday night In

ay \\11\ 1 **, Lean Souls in I where he has accepted drug department t.j' near Lake Butler with military T. Murphy. Camp all service personnel and familIes I Inscribed silver bracelet will be the high school building.The .

lUd.t of Green Pastures". of manager of Stroud the Pbar-, honors beiag performed by I nian'iing. Thelma Gene Lewis. !' are Invited. awarded tn the bent player In steaks were donated by :

' l'1h: School in the at (' a firing squad from the Camp I Starke. The Walnut Street USO Club each group. 1C. A. Lawson local, meat dealer,
meets at 10 a. ". He has been replaced I I Neal the National Boardof I The public Is to attend and the
( mac) of Blanding M. P. Detachment with William Fltzwater Camp In operated by urged were prepared by home '
ualay morning and prayer Carpenter by J. W. work which the deceased served until I Blandlng! Ruth H I K g inbotham. the Young Women's Christian I the tournament and back their I economics. department at the j

nor III 7:30: p. m. Wednes- St. Augustine who began l'his discharge several month ago. I Starke. Allloclaton.I I favorite son' and daughter school. I
there on Monday. j I

Will 1

; 'olio '.\ T\\'O I 11 ,
,1.' Chopping in Jacksonville. Satur- f' "
refreshments _
later in the evening ___
I; were "rved.l There. were about ---.
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 23 members present. day.F.. S. Sapp and E. S. Sapp

O @ Stance was the made a business trip to Gaines "
Joe Green of :
ffjw@ ll '[
: !
i Established 1877 I dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs rUle Monday. I Q1

Y K. I.. Miit I IIP ws _ ._ __..______ Editor and Owner ..... .'Ii' $;)0'' Cooney Tyler, Sunday. Rev. W. E. Hall of Pine Level

c .'CIl1 0 @ I Mrs. Emory Matheny of Tampa was visiting F. S. Sapp Monday]

1l,', Published \Vrrkly un Frliluyit and Knterril a.. Second Clunst. !\Ial tel S f... "'P,,< I was visiting. her mother Mrs. AlIce afternoon.

at the Pont. Office Ht Slarke, Flnrl'la. t '> .... V1.4. , Thomas last week.MI' Miss Dorothy Norman of Jacksonville -
k : TW ::Cj* ; ( I her
visiting ,
of was parents
/ and Mrs Paul Stewart
-.:;, ;. ..., "
IT SEEMS: to us that tby''J.'I..HARRELL. I Starke were visiting friends:: and Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman, Sun-
4'1 Dewey Underestimates under relatives here this week-end.
Candidate Dewey day.Mr.
;\ Our Intelligence ; Some time ago I read In the sill and the window. wideopen. I week's col and Mrs H. C. Edwardsand
: last
.1 the intelligenceOur
paper about a corpse walking out, I She aroused. . t'ncleJlmmle children of Jacksonville were
A"d Memory It should have stated Joe
I of the American people. eavlng the undertaker with e\n and .he hitched his umn; Fred visiting }fr. and Mrs. J. N. Nor-
of Starke instead of
4 lie seems to be playing empty coffin on his hands. It mule to the horse cart and Green man on Thursday of last week. t

' us for a bunch of suckers or just: plain dumb cluck\ recalled to my mind the time I o\ertook Jesse and me just Green. The Revival meeting at Cor-

I, we haven't decided which. Brother Jeans and T thought we'd before we reached home I . . . . . . inth Church was well attended

i. For him to proclaim boldly in his speeches: that found a dead person under our i guess Imust have been realbadly with 9 additions to the church. 1
bed. frightened" for to thjs
I leaders were harbingers of preparedness ) .
Republican party While :Mother and. Father day I don't fool around an

in the pre-Pearl Harbor days and to blame the were vl"ltlngoI.1'aliolma/ Jesse. undertaker' e..tat lllimenteHpeclally .- lly Mrs. Myrle Itafuse LAND SAKES

Roosevelt administration for our state of unprepared- and I were laying with our at night. ., . . . . . . Nurses anoq

ness on December 7, 1941!) can hardly be classed: as neighbor. Uncle .)lmm''.- and According to our family rec WHY on he purity the} ran e

i9 anything but willful deception. Aunt !Hullie Jonen. Now ords, one of my foreparentgrandmothers There will be services at the HAKE? of pr.M-rlptllH, and luMe amen,

McGill in his "One Southerner'sViewpoint' t these t01.01'1 I people weregetting was burled with a large Woodlawn Baptist Church each mr name | "
Ralph tthih
Columnist That Sunday Sunday School 10:30: and \{'hI'" y o u ran ?,'"'
F-- the most damning summation of tilling In jean and diamond ring on her finder Higniil.H qIMlltj.
t presents Service at H u c II delicious "
her Morning Worship get
his misleading not wishing to !he put awayIn | night gravedIggers dug up
and ;
s r. the case against Mr. Dewey a coffin that might not to get! the ring and she came to 11:00: ; Young People's Meeting at cakes and ,

/ ( speeches: He writes : last until judgment, had bad 'life, yelled, and saved her ring 6:30: and Evening< services at 7:30.: pastri at . Carpenter'The '

Candidate Dowry N, In my opinion, an honest man and a couple. of ImxeH. made out of course. The story goes on I Everyone Is cordially invited to Tin:
I 'lb i, % American It Is this concept of the man which of fill IlKhtwoood plank anll"tor..d that she returned to her home come to our Revival Meeting be-
1 a good The belief in his them away under made an alarm at the door and I ginning Sunday Oct. 22. Service Rexall
h I its puzzle: those who study his campaign. obvious untruths their romiany-rooin bed. that her husband and father took will be held each night at 7:30: ; LAPPE BAKERY Drug Sh

Integrity jostles incongruously with the The first night we were there her In and administered to her. and will bo conducted by Rev. Starke, Phone 64 non

1:' c, of many of hU statements. Aunt Siillle gave us a small Well I want. my Jr'HMI: wife S. J. Akers of Fender, Ga. --

q Perhaps hiM worst statement was the one that the administration 'Trass-bottom lamp to light our to live" at least an long an. I Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Teeter of

i had "done absolutely nothing" to prepare u* footsteps to bed but instead of do, but If she should happento Jacksonville spent Sunday with FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY !

; i 4 for war. Against that was the cold record of opposition going there as we should have die first, I want her lo Mr. and Mis. L. W. Page. RIDE

Republican votes to repeal of the arms embargo, without .ve got to plundering to see what stay dead and not slip buck, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rafuse and FLORIDA MOTOR LINE
besides the to make an alarm at my door BUSSESFOR
he contained
would have been defeated ; Selective Service, room daughter Loka and Miss! Idelle
which England and, lend-lea, which kept England -,1.1 four-poster.' When Jesse some dark night. If she doe.there'd Starling were visiting Mr. and COURTEOUS CORRECT
1' an
which gave UK rained, the bed-rail curtain and. better be a door on !
started Mrs. C. R. Crews Sunday.
own Industry to get PLEASE PHONE 147
4i In the war and our Seeped, underneath he yelped. the back that opens outward
t attacked by Japon. Mrs. L. P. Rafuse. Mrs. L. W.
on war production before we were 'There's a dead man under there! or the house will need a brand
AH thla was accomplished by Demociatlc votes in the Let's go!" and stepped on the new door next day! Page and Mrs. Nolan were shop-
of last
'i 1 face of consistent Republican opposition. lamp shade as he went.A Now I'm not scared of ghosts, ping week.In Starke Saturday UNION BUS STATIONLACY
when understand. I feel about them
few minute later
1 y It IM difficult to understand how or why" Mr. Dewey Aunt Sallie came to remove klnda like I do Republicans. I We are sorry to report that CONWAY Agent

;' persist in his Balm that "nothing wall done. the lamp she found. the roomdenerted. just don't like to "be around 'em Mra. S. J. Futch is on our sick Temple Ave. Starke, Florid
In his "reply", Mr. list.. We all wish her a speedy
n k t Let us take another statement. blood on the window too much!

ii riA : Dewey said: "When Hitler's armies were at the gates of . . . . . recovery.

t Paris, Mr. Roosevelt again soothed the American people . . . . . . .

,;,ri with Jolly comment." Brooker:

t Well, let UK look at the record. N. 'G.G. Gum BranchBy

t" By May 19'IO( the Germans had occupied, Norway, Denmark Uy Joyce Atkinson :Mrs."' T. X. Norman Please give us a ringIf

k 1 j Holland and Belgium. It was June before trey! Ie Mrs. Raud Crews Mrs" M. O. . . . . . . .

a knocking at the gates of Paris Harrell and Mrs. Moon Mott entertained -
were FAMILY ItE(' IOS you have winter garments store\
knocking at the their Sunday School
necks before they wore
At leant by.Lnterstur
ii a?r portals of three Mr. Ibxmrtelt hail Kent .itpwlal menage: [ T. Sltt. .\. W. class with a party Thursday ev- Those attending the family reunion in our plant.It .

; ; ; to C'ongWNM' asking that Industry, .be geared: lo produce .t.-. ening at the home of Mrs. Crews, at the home of Mr. and

t RO.OOO planes a year and that a billion dollar. .h<> added,. About 20 guests enjoyed this oc- Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday were I

to the 81.8<>0,000OOO( already appropriate! for national def I have, pest.. changed "street casion. Mrc. A. B. Chapman and sons, I

? 1n 4 al fen!
defeated the proposal but that Is what It really means to be McCook Neb., were visitingMrs. and Mrs. Agnes Heitter of Jacksonville I
1 ; 4' Republican opposition .Hcared.The Alice Thomas last week. bundles and due to limited spare
3t 4r means all the record. Dewey, of New York, was Mrs. Carlton Chastain
--j' by no
for the Republican leadership, and we have. outfit I'm in has! 3UMt com- !Mrs. Norman Rogers of Colum- as' is the case when the winter
and small and Miss Lucille
then bidding daughter
bia S. C.. is her
.1i { of how the ileted a successful:\ operation visiting parents.
of his speeches, a perfect Johns of Mr. and son will be helping u
In ,
y one' igalnst> the Japs. I went ashore Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Parrish. ; Hampton, opens you
Said Dewey:
T't' t Republicans were thinking. i 'rom the transport on D-Day, Mr. and Mrs. Cooney Tyler and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and two sons greatly by calling us in advance

; 1 "What I I.* the good. of talking about. OOOO I plane unless less than four hours after the daughter Joan were visiting in of Sampson City, Cpl. and Mrs.
.. . .: .i'tMr*'lOt Ii I- We will deliver them upon reque-
wo know what are are talking' Kyp Mrst assault troops hit the beach. Starke Sunday afternoon Dewey Warren of Valdosta. Ga., .

i ; mate It will take at leant four yearn to nrrompllMh thin. The first four days I slept in my Mrs. Alice Thomas was visiting and Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Norman at a slight increase in cost. ,

W.-.brooU IVglfr' to denounce Dewey' a.. unfit ox: hole and D-Day night thebullets relatives In Jacksonville last
! (This and family Mr. and Mrs. P. D.
t I ? were whistling around
week. If have winter store
the prenldency.. ) Reddish and you garments
r' ?; for from dusk to dawn. One hit the family Mr and Mrs.
I Roosevelt certainly was not soothing the peo-A Mr. and Mrs, Resale Carlton B. S. Sapp and family and Mr. at home will need
t p i j Well Mr. ;;round a few feet from me and your they pressing
attacked, by Mr. Dewey among others and family were visiting relativesIn and Mrs.' F. S. Sapp. all of
pie. He was being I jumped( two feet straight up In
them out
talk:: Also Lake Butler last week-end. Starke. again. So get ani
f- for stirring up the people with war-mongering the air, no less. But now things
Mr. Roosevelt did know what he was talking about. ire already going smoothly. J. B. Russ and daughter Jackie send them in. Service men nil! h
;y were visiting Mr. Russ' parents Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Tlllls and i
l I haven't had a bath or this; week. They are from Or- son Harold, of Plant City were demanding our facilities very soon
clean clothes. for seven,
1: i' faith in American any lando. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman -
talking about having during that time
Mr. Dewey keeps days and
s Thursday of last week.
Mrs. Parrish
would take four Guy and Mrs. J.
said It
He and his' "experts" I've been sleeping on the
t. Industry. holes R. Parrish made a business trip Miss Madge Johnson of Graham
ground, digging fox: ,
9 years to get the planes. to Lake Butler Friday evening. wajnvisituig her sister, Mrs. .
lot In the hot
who had faith in walking< a
record shows it was Mr. Roosevelt A. D. Norman in this section
The jungle and now even the insects Mrs W. 'Q. Rimes and Mrs. V.

: ; American Industry. won't condescend to V. Hazen gave their Sunday recenU,. STARKE DRY CLEANERS

d + ,' In 1942 we produced 56,000 planes In the first- six crawl on me.. Today we setup School class a party at the Community Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Norman I

c i' t months of this year we produced planes at a rate of a more or less. permanent I Center, Monday evening. and sons Junior and Markalee :

126,000 planes a. year. establishment. though In a Outdoor games were played" and and little daughter Lynda were AND LAUNDRY

1 from Dewey's opposition to swell, cocoanut grove, righton
f Let us go back a
E t the beach so once againI'll /
i y i planes and his. smearing of Am'rlcan'lndulltry' In voted 1940.I'l'i blithe and wosli. From where I sit Joe Marsh. PHONE 28 I II

fr > ,' I In June, 1939, the KepuMU-aiis In the House Water scarce the ,.. by I
fi was very
That wanwhen
y Air Force.
to 5, to reduce the size of the Army
: ? V ( first four days and during that
l Borah
lead of men
t, t)' yahi they were following the time I drank at least 30 cocoa-

sth t % said their sources of Information were .better than the nuts. Being the long-leggedest' guy One Less Tramp

udmtnNtratlon'N and there would lie no war. around I would climb the palm

of that Mr. Koowvelt. iln-litred!! a trees and kick off all the nuts in
In September year r Our TownEsther GIFT WRAPPINGS
state of emergency! and orders! I the Army to be Increased 'green ones for they have the
t, ; j 4thonKh C'OIIUIVHM hud not moat and sweetest Juice) and we
'' authorial strength !
A f, to Its : for the e%pen"e.Koosevelt vould all drink them. They are Curless found :a tramp orchard, with Rags lying under-

,, j appropriated money delicious. Also there were quite asleep in the hammock in her neath, and a cool glass of beer XMAS CARDS
'lIrmUIl"ranll /
attacked a< u "
P s% again was bitterly 1 few papayas' bananas pine- apple orchard, and she didn't beeide me."
damne. for attempting to "frighten" the Americanpeople. apple and sugar cane. hesitate a minute. She grabs a
A soldier's picture of home!
i We' hurl I our lust. regular rolling pIn-and the last they
The little
'' The President then asked repeal of the arms embargo/; meuil tinlay since D-Day. During saw of him the tramp was makhe misses friendly sol! From pleasures where I that sit, CANDYFOR

BO that arm could bo sent to England and, France. The that time we had only C ing dust tracks to the state line. Esther's mighty right in wantIng -

4 s *''; Republicans voted 120 to 40, against lepeal;; the Democrats and K rations, .supplementedby NIt ain't only that I.don't like to defend those "little
fruits and few
? a good
4 ? It voted, 222 to 29, In favor of repeal. thing from home that we laziness,"says Esthery'special.1 things" from all intruders. THE BOYS OVERSEASThese
would have been de- ly In wartime. It's that that They're the "
Kngland: particular among things oar
i ,' It Had there not been repeal each had tucked away In ourplloC'k.
their hammock: Is Ned's ham- men look forward to
chosen own returning
Japan and Germany could have ... But weight wait strict
; alone, with mock-and Ned's flghtln for It to-the things we want to keep display-
have fought limited because items
I v time to attack iu and we would ly overseas!t" intact for them. are now on
J America aiding our enemies have (clothes, toilet rtlolos -__
I most of South asked for Selective Service. The' Republicans raincoat, etc.) in Just Then she shows us Ned's last Better buy now, as they are tflorinl

Gen. Marshall what we brought ashore on letter where he says: "I keep .
112 against (
t c House they voted
I opposed It. In the for. The Democrats our backs The other thingsare dreaming of my hammock in the C7 awD t out, rapidly.
.t r a 50 for; in the Senate 10 opposed seven !being brought ashore today -

overwhelmingly voted it !n. so life will soon be. en-
tt ji Irw4 No. 98 of a Series -
tirely normal again and were Copyright, 1944 Brewing InJiutry Foundation

,- It ova but a .short time later the President transferred We are setting up our office We are remodeling our store, this
P '1 c.: 10 overage' destroyers to England Wendell Wlllkie his and dinging! a rather elaborate F. week removing our soda fountain and

+ r opponent did not make an Issue of 1 I\: I deep hole logs, sandbags) air JNOHN WARNE luncheon department. We will i install
raid shelter. I am well our operation I
and Clare
Others did. "Treachery shouted Ham Fish was successful the danger ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORElectric new counters, add new merchandi I

r f i i' _1t! Hoffman Others in the Republican ranks were hysterical (except for light air raids) and and better I
The Republicans fought it. The Democrats expect to offer a bigger
: ;. Lend-lea came. Is over so we are all happy I
l i ;YI j passed It. ueax The only thing I can drug store to Starke and Bradford

r' : ,i. ; There was to come the mont stupidly blind act of all. think of I'd like to have very Wiring Service & Repairs Count}'.

y was In Kuxnla. Gen. Marshalldtclaral much right now Is a great big .-
.} ; ., f On June '. 1941, Germany
hunk of good old American fruitcake
Immlnt'nt..t that day the Republicans -
: th't danger Repairs to All Makes
t to the of Electric RangesWe
{ l i In the louse Ignored Gen. Marshall': plea keep

i r Selective" Service men In the Army and voted 133 tit 21 to en.
: It
r disband our Army, and send It lionie. The Democrat voted REDDISH loving memory of have in stock replacement units to fit JL\' ) Our prescription department ...a.Off"i&! '
65 tlUbandUg It anti we kept our Army by larged. We are now offering
183 to against our dear Wife, Mother and
( ?;'! a margin of one vote. This wan sir months before' Pearl Grandmother, Carrie Red 90 percent of all electric ranges of three graduate and registered pharmacistsYour : 1 '
any c Harbor. dish, who passed away October prescriptions will be given prompt

Candidate Dewey charges the administrations 12, 1943.
"v Yet today tion here.'KOCH
a t ; ( retarding preparedness Apparently Mr. Dewey has Your loving face your patient CALL OR LEAVE ORDERS AT .

s had a private poll taken which tells him the average smile, I
qf With sadness we recall. Olson's Refrigeration SefvicePhone
American Intelligence Is low and that the people never ,
:y x'01 i I It'cd You had a kindly word for DRUG STOREGE
4t 4 remember anything each. Starke 14

And what sort of people does he think we are? And died beloved by all.

-Bereaved husband and family. ---

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!'Latin Returns Meet The Faculty I ry, So Carolina, niul IHI.-I grad ,-.pi .',111 I .ilMlkt'h
Hi School Journal tiated t'I i orn the \I'IUMMitv' : ot (Kdilor4-: Note..>\e lire only
[ After Being '
I Wp Introduce to you fit'MI I ihi Florida going l 1(1 hair the new toixlieiVl

Dropped Two Years : year N Canton Geiger one of Mr\ G'II'11ft" been mauled l hlllrrlll.tthl.| .. year n" the other
I the Junior Home Room teachers I since January of thin I>IIl.rlll'hh'1... given I..t year.)
I St.i Paul's Latin! a '- abject winch has not ''He teaches problems In American -
"Invasion" Is I special likes arc: football, ,
RepelledBy been offered at Bradford High Democracy American Illsj Tho Tornadoes Journey to Sf.Aunustlno
tars pmt shown by School'; for the past two years.., j tory and Tenth tirade Knulish: I baseball basketball and Uak tonight to play Kelteilinus -

,, lht' activities of i is being offered this year Mrs Mr. Geiger! .In also assistant I Unlike wont people, he has no High.

I,tarn ,, u,traded the at.nut. Tornadoes To Tune of 18-6 Law is teaching, the subject to | coach This la his "second, yearof -.--.-.-,.-,-.-.--,--.--.-.-,-,.-..-..---.-.-
t out- Seniors Juniors and l Sophomores.The teaching.
?, persons students of the Latin class I Mr Geiger was born In Klsslmmee : "' CO.MK: TO TIIK
whool as well as Friday night an upset wall I
f 'h' have found It to be very interest' Kla. After finishing high
| jr ,.'.nol. What Is the scored by the BHS. Tornadoesover ing. In learning Latin they have school in Klsslnimee he attended. CHRISTIAN CHURCH CONVENTIONAT
Pep Squad '
Using t
'IU') ''IS',' Could It be a highly favored St. Paul found that It Is helping them to' college for one year In Newber-
Livi'tie-- outside of school Rambler team. The overconfident I| Several New Yells understand their English Gram- THERESSA
boys from Jax: were given ,I aemblles.
Iken, our, minds away from a quick setback when left halfR. To Cheer Team On Joy mar much reviewing better.the They exciting also way en- We the SENIORS, are laboring All Day Service Basket Dinner

[hoof,,! !life" Have we lost J. Turner returned a punt for ,! The the Romans lived. ? under difficulties", this year
and the spirit that In a touchdown; although It was Bradford HI Pep Squad but we are enjoying Shorthand Sunday, October 29
The Latin language which was
t pep of called back it gave a hint of i has elected this year nine girls to I and \V'e Will accomplish. Our Aim. .. ., .. ,
f been traditional spoken by a vast number of persona ------------ ----- -- -----
has lead
st events to come. them In the cheers at the
[ Can't we get Into the I of Europe Asia, and Africais
g In the second period right; fotball games. They range from -- now spoken In a changed I
I of things a little half J. Anderson, carrying the ;I blondes, brunettes"", to redheads. form by millions of people Latin

'_".Die that we don't care ball repeatedly, scored on a long I Attractive Betty Turner (head Is said to be a dead language as

team that fights so hard sustained drive fronT mid-field. In I cheerleader) the only holdover far as speaking the language; IU' DINING A'iROOM t +
tt', must not for therev the waning minutes of the same the Romans did it Is, but It Is
period Anderson from last year, has really done
[ ittlt enthusiasm at the again score.1with I very much alive In every roman-
a run from the 30 yard strip well In training the new cheer- tic language.As .
Lets see. if we can.ta
to the At the end of the first half leaders. They surely have the long as Rome reigned over
little more pep
the team along. the score was 12-0 for the home'team. pep, too. The I'ep Squad could her vast empire, Latin was avery I
and help The second half was not have chosen better. popular language cf the
Into the
can't get
[f of you the icliool again. started by the Immediate scoringby Each high school grade has", f'mplreVhen Rome fell the I
--Editor Bradford on a long pans one representative or more this Roman soldiers were withdrawnand
to End Burney for approximately year. Barbara Keen (Senior), the Roman officials fled their SUIT
75 yards the pass being thrown Kitty Judd June Patel Betty language was due to disappearIn
GatheringsUct by fullback B. Turner. Hurney Hayes Betty Hlatt Betty Turner time to come. However you t

Students almost tackled on the 15, snake- and Anlce Green (Juniors), will find some Latin in various!

hipped his way across the oppos- Jewel Persley", (Sophomore) and \'t'glon.9--SpKID, Portugal, Italy,

i t'SO seems to be the hlghfoi ing team's goal. A hard chargIng Annette Gunter. Rumania and France.Shorthand Authentic in its styling, this dining room group brings >'on. .

BHS students every line upset St. Paul's! running The Cheerleaders are workingon such highlights!' of fine 18th! Century design! as the ribbon'"J

[day ,with the exception of and passing attack. some new yells and formations OfferedTo back chairs . brass tipped feet on the pedestal base table 'T

Lilay afternoon) and also Guard Manning and End which they are going to do at Seniors With and a carved pediment top on the china closet!! Of fine mahogany -
Lay nights after the games. Barksdale were outstanding defensive the future games. The new "Red $$319.C 00
I with plenty of drawer to make it practical as
nearly filled with the boys players for Bradford. End Hot" formation really goes over Above "C" AverageThis well. space
Some dance to the Rettinl and halfback of''
girls Ryan big when tile boys", on the team
j"of the "Juke" box others St. Paul were Injured duringthe are out there fighting for a year the seniors ire being

|and Indulge In some game. game. St. Paul attlbutes touchdown. It seems to be the offered the privilege of taking .
prefer to sit and chat. Its defeat to the injury of Rettl- yell moot. liked. "B B B" in Shorthand I, It was, however, OTHER SPECIALS -
i never seems to be a dull nl who was hurt on the opening considered one of the outstand- advised that those students mak-

nt for them from 3 'tin 6 kickoff The visitors managedto I ing yells too. Many compliments I ing under a "C" average should Strong, Sturdy Card Tables. ; Platform Rockers ,
k. We wish to thank those push across a "score' in the were made on the "Tornado"yell not take the course

j who BO faithfully chaper- remaining minutes of the game that was given for the first Mrs. Smith Is the Shorthand
I Cool Weather Is Here See Our Oil & Wood Heaters
lu and who devoted those by a pass directly over center time last Friday nigh teacher this year. She Is new
sons for us to enjoy our- into the end zone. The the school and the Shorthand
BHS. Band is leally a Ito I We Can Furnish Your Living Room With Beautiful
help to the Pep Squad. What students like her very much. a
Your Reporter Senior BiographiesBetty would we do without It.? We Most of the senior girls are
Garnita Hutto Matched Light Maple Suit, Complete 9 Pieces
wish to thank the members of taking this course, with the exception -
Jean Adkin the band for of one boy, Frank Tom-
cooperating with
---------;. TERMS AS LOW AS $1.25 PER WEEK
Betty Jean Adkins was born the Cheerleaders and Pep Squad linson. :
; In Hampton on the bright sunny and. we hope they will continue If you were to enter the Short ; }
hand Class the Fifth Period ,
doing so. during -
day of August 26, 1927. Since I I
you probably would think you Out'Of-loicn Customers May Ituy From Our Route Men In
her birth she has lived In Dun- Be sure to come out to see
dee, Winter Haven and Brooker. the (tame October 20. Bradford, were In the wrong room, as it Any Section of This Trade Area '
3 sounds like First Graders learn-
l For nine years she attended the : vs. Jennings. The team can't
Hampton Junior High School, af- ; win without your support. Books ing to read their Baby Ray IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT ;

ter which she has been attending -
So far the class", Is progressing
Bradford County High School. : Library Now Open along very nicely and each and\ {
After completing; her high school John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
education she plans to enter Mas- For Student UseThe everyone enjoys this subject.
The only objection the SEN-
Business! College in Jack-
sonville. school library was opened IORS have In taking the courseIs PHONE 51 STARKE, FLA.
Tuesday under the supervision oMr. that It Is only offered In Physical .
I've' tfieinhouse Betty Jean Is an attractive Kuykendall with the helpof Ed. Period, which lefts l them ;
I blonde with grey eyes. She Is the creative writing class out of their recreation period, r
5 feet-5 inches tall. She likes
and also they miss out on as-
The books will be checked out In I
bowling skating, football and.I I
biues' the usual! manner, but there will
)like any true Southerner, fried I
be no rental books.
chicken anl Ice cream. Her dis-
i not laying. My legs and likes are conceited people and Students will find quite a few .
Jc are yellow vent smail spinach. Her favorite slang new books offered this year.

I puckered, keel bones close word Is "Gosh". We, wish her Many war stories and other interesting -

ether They'll give me the lots of luck. books have been pur- THE .
next culling day I Iu chased, but will not be In circulation -

probably need Pan-a- Robert B.u-ks.litle for several weeks yet. I FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP J
We hope that the studnts will
n, sister. It supplies tonics On September 26, 1927, Robert
take of the of the
advantage use
It t stimulate Barksdale was born In Inverness REPORTS TO
appetite and
books but we also hope that they; "
reruseof the feed you Fla.Robert will be taken care of and returned .. ..
minerals bird needs says "My favorite hob ,
when they are due. The ITS DEPOSITORS
of course, is football, but
help make eggs. Pan-a-min by, students have always been very; i
jiit be just the thing; to get typing Is running a close second. cooperative and we hope they]
i on the neot.HEADQUARTERS. My favorite pastime is drinking will continue to do so.
- "
'" chocolate milk shakes. .
FOR A contribution of books has ,
entered Bradford
Before he'
been made by the Rev. Chas. H.
DR. HESS' .High Grammar School School he of attended Lake Butler the Allen. We appreciate this very Here's How Florida National Group Banks
much and thank Mr. Allen for
Famous Stock RemedleaISTRUNK and later Brooker. Now BH.S.
his useful gift.
has had the privilege to have
Participate CityCounty Financing
had years.him here for the past six Senior NewsThe ,

He went out for football In the Seniors held their first

Feed & Seed Co. I eleventh playing left and end this on year our he first i. class elected meeting the following September officers 22 and: AS every taxpayer knows sorrowfully, it takes money to

.--._, u._-__-. PI'esldent-C. W. Colson r1.. run Florida's cities, towns.and counties, to build roads F ,

.. .. Vice President-Bobby Biggs
and and schools. ;
I Secretary--Ida Mae Johnson streets, to operate

string.NOW Class Treasurer Reporter-vAilene--Philip Shuford KelleyWe Where does this money come from ? Taxes ? Yes-

E1 also attended to such business finally. But when expensive public improvements have to

nishing OH of class a "Day dues Room"and the which fur- . be made, it is rarely feasible to raise the sum immediately ,

Those' the Seniors have been given the needed by immediate taxes. So the political sub-division '
We Have
privilege of sponsoring.The the issues bonds which simply
I ring have been selected, planning improvements arc

: by the Seniors and everyone Is long-term promises to pay, secured by taxes. Then it looks ,
Hard-to-Get anxious for them to arrive.
: : I M. A. K. around for customers.

Somebody has to buy these bonds to provide cash for w

J Oil Stove Parts News From 9-P 1 the work. The 15 banks of the Florida National Group

At a recent class meeting the have been among the best customers of Florida's cities,
following officers" were elected:
FLORENCE & NESCO Pres., Billy Smith; Vice Pres. towns ;and counties.

Darlene Pete Sapp Alvarez; Reporter; Sec.-Treas, Margie, a Today, the 15 member banks of the Florida National

Burner Bowls & Chimneys Manlre. Group own $19,505,575 in bonds issued by 34 different(

It was agreed to pay five cents Florida
per week for class dues. counties and dozens of communities and special

Our class la composed of pu- f tax districts.

pils BHS.who were last year in the many 8th gradeof from : While we bought these bonds because we believed '

BRINLEY ONE HORSE PLOWS other schools of the county anda them to be good investments, we ride, nevertheless,
few who are from out of the placed
in the that have
knowledge $19500,000
ALSO state. All of the old members we over ;

welcome the new pupils and hope at the disposal of Florida communities for improvements .

PLOWS they will enjoy their associationsIn that contribute Florida's and make
BRINLEY HAND our school. to progress our state

From out of the county we a better place in which to live-

__ ___ ___ have the following: Ayn Wilt,
Birmingham Mich.. Dorothy
Scott Panama City Fla. and
Donald Wacey. Manchester, Iowa.
BRADFORDHARDWARE Donald has Joined our high school FLORIDA NATIONAL
band and we heard rumors of
how well he handle that corneL GROUP pf BANKS

COMPANY We are very glad to have them

with us.
Margie Manlre.
I J. D. CARLISLE, Managing Owner Reporter v

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; F] L)&:", SOCIETY and CLUBS I I Engagement Announced W.S.C.S business to MeetThe and. program i, ... Student Nurse I 1 I ville A Tuesday J Thomas''I tr'era

h.. 1. iI. I 1e I I Mrs Upl"!
I meeting of the Woman Society
I Gladys Slli,', , ,h
14 Woman's Club I Janet Anderson ( of Christian Service will be held I I vllle on iiu....,
Monday. Oct. 16 at 3:30: ,I
1" "'I'"'( Has Educational Given Surprise rt t( 'aY! z e In the Methodist churelII'! a J Jy Mrs. S Land i
W O. Bade will preside over tin, AlKs !' "'y
1 Theme In Meeting Party on Birthday business session and Circle Two terdav: rl".,, ,

:, ,I'1 Parliamentary procedure wan Mis. J. L. Anderson entertained I will have charge of the program lion in Ni.yI ,

,'\' I aptly illustrated' by students of 13 guests Tuesday evening at a I, Mrs. W ?
1 j I of B. bIrthday party for her ,
department surprise
:: the agricultural tlaughtc, U'
91 of Janet. The girls attended Birth Announcements I .im N
t r) A 4 II. S., under the direction daughter spree of ,Uar"s' \Nn 1I
;;}!, h their Instructor, V. Ferguson, the theatre and returnedto t p\ I II end. i. ,
when they took part on t the program the Anderson home where they I
3.'S;I \ at the Wpman's Club meetIng were served a hamburger supper f.I (j'!" ., I : I After spen',,nit, "
Ei.. Wednesday afternoon Carry- with cokes. Vin Starke MI, 'v ,
;'I!;'d .... null\(
., :' :( { Jng out the educational theme, Green and white were the colors ', I (A. Scott hay rei III'' M",,. R\\,
1'1: I Mrs. Rosa Cook, Instructor In used, In decorating the room ry dersonvllle N i '" '0

home-making at B. II. S., gave used, for the party and the honor N.VNCY DEE \\ILLI.UISI
: an Interesting talk describing the guest cut her birthday cake after 3 M.S. Emma yurp
,,; practical work that Is being car supper. Capt. and Mrs. D. E. Williams 5 home last week aTt"r ,rely
;.Jif.I '1 the birth of a (laughter the summer Pt?'
_ _ Tied out In her department. Mm. Anderson wax assisted by announce with elau\'
1' ; \ The program/; was presented by Mrs. Martha Johnston and Miss" Nancy Dee on Friday Sept Summit N (,
'.; ; :Mrs. E M. Davis, club chairmanof Virginia Gasklns. ; 29, !in St. Vincent's h o s p ital, Sgt. Rlchaid
( :st;t
; 1" : of education. Those present with the honor < ,. Jacksonville. Before her marriage Jackson, S. C. lane Of
: Mrs. H. C. Bitch, Mrs. Williams was Miss was "! ,,
;'.,) 'I I t The president, guest were Misses Betty Ann parents Mr and sIUng
i ". I preHlded over the business meet I Flynn Joan Carpenter Marian Rosalind Jacobs of Staike. Miss Alma S. Murrhee daughter ; John, Sunday 1111'S S
'. d Jng, during which Mrs. Lemue I I of A. F. Murthee of Starke,
.' t Brown, Idell Landrum, Vivian Mc.r ate
_ d'!4, ' ,tLN Colson. leader of) the local Girl Rae, Margaret; Montelth Patsy xisv9 I'.TIUCI.NN. HILL is a student muse at Samaritan Mrs. Charlie lion

,:or .r Scout organization; asked! for r Ruth Hall, Ona Demorest, Barbara a eii i Lt. and Mrs. C. L. Hill of Ft. Hospital, Nampa, Idaho Her engagement W. L. Andrews and t .:' :' I assistance, without which I ahei1 I Jean Mayhugh, Jo Ann Kenning, Georgia, announce the to O. T. Booth, son of and Meiril were 'J

.r, i1 does not feel that she can carry JMnklna, Madge Brownlee and 1 birth of a daughter on Sept. 22. M Booth of Jacksonville. was Gainesville SaturdayPvt. P 1n

s l on the work. Peggy Ann Wiggins.Luncheon .J< i The baby has been named Pa- recently announced. Vincent
'toI ,;ti ',i Mrs Edward Burna and MraJunlus ;, tricia Ann. Mrs. Hill will be remembered turned to his base L Alva'"el',
\ {? M Smith asked for representatives At USO 4 '.:;;.;. as Miss Edna Pearce Monday
t after
t 'k'' R'% a of the club, headed 4; , ."'.'.........-.-. I a brief visit hen,, with

'" r 1+ by Mrs K. G. Duncan of the Red For Fashion Show v :.... .; . '.', .. b,,' ... .'. .,... f '' .;'.'. JOHN E. rOWKLL, Jit. Local Items I wife who has been i.
' ,
i :, Cross Camp and Hospital Committee i .' <;,- .;, . \
t Committee Members Judge and
e d to visit patients at BlansJ /" '. .I.' r:,," ', Cpl. and Mrs. John E. Powell spent the Mrs A Z, A
l,' ding regularly once a month A I" .' announce the birth of a son on Mrs. W. B. Mundy was'\ shop week-end In Jack
Thursday, Oct. 5, at the .; yule I
.. ,\1' number of volunteers responded U.S.o. on Temple and Waahlng- Oct 5, In St. Vincent's Hospital, ping in Gainesville Tuesday. brother-in-law visiting Mrs, Ac
to the request. Councilman and :Mrs: J. D. Drew of 3243 Hunt Street, Jacksonville Jacksonville. The baby has been and sister Mr
; ton a luncheon meeting; was held Mrs John
During the social hour, Miss announce the engagement of their daughter, Jacquelyne, to named John E. Powell, Jr. Mrs. Judge A. Z. Artklna has been Wilkes
by Committees from the Women'sService I
ds': Louisa stern, talented young Organization responsible Mr. Arnold Wasciln, son of :Mr.! and Mrs H. M. Waadin of Graham. Powell is a sister of Mrs. C. A. holding court In Macclenny this Mrs. M. L. MaynaruwJ

_ : pianist, played two classical numbers for Leila' Fall Fashion Parade, The date of the wedding will be announce' later. Knight of this city and will be week. to her home In Alachua'
I and refreshments were served remembered here Miss Cleo i
t resented as a benefit for the organization as Mrs. E E. Canova left Mon after a vlllit with her da'u
Mrs. E. M. Davis, Mrs. Powell is leave g
by Shepherd. Cpl. on
at the Park Theatre. day for an extended visit with Mrs. W B. Alexander
'tt Bitch and Mrs. T H. Os- :\ and la and
H C. from Camp Shelby, Miss.,
The purpose of the meeting was her son in Panama City. "y.
s borne. spending the time with his wife
to make final ,arrangements for
the style! show. &c4iL and new son at the home of Mr. Mrs. H. A, Lawson was a J. P. Higginbotham, dirtc'J' '(
o Those present were Mrs Lex and Mrs.\ C A. Knight. visitor in Jacksonville last Friday the USO-YMCA Club a ul

I I \ Green, President; Mrs. Frank : lanta attending a refreshes)
{ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Starling,
.Children'sAND Wilson, Chairman Finance Com- I for USO directors.
,. ( Graham, son born Sept 27. Mr. and Mrs. E. L Matthews
mittee; Mrs. Louis Shafkln, Finance
....l:. <<"v \ Committee; Mm. Leila I often<< ,way there's nothing likea at the box office that night Mr. and Mrs. V O. Prescott, spent the week-end in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Jon Ell'I

t ) i Corduroys Mundy, Mrs. J e a nette Kincaid, good fashion show to pep you That's what I call really supportIng Brooker, daughter born Sept 29. and Ponte Vedra. have returned to their tar:)

t$ Mrs. C A. Robertson, Miss Catherine up give you a new outlook on a worthy cause! . Looki Mr. and Mrs. Wm. T. Craw- !\II', and Mrs. A. O. Andreu Starke after spending I tilt
I Beard, Program Committee life and make you realize whata like a big week-end In prospect Load 1, Lawtey, son born Sept. 20. have aa guests this week Mr. mer at the Weeks image I

r ; Also present were J P. Hig- charming set of people we're at the I H I Ish o p domicile . Mr. and Mrs Hufstetler, a son, and Mrs.\ A A, Wainwright of Kingsley Lake.
Sweaters : Inbotham, Director and Mrs surrounded with, although we I Daughter Nina (Wesleyan College born October 5.Mr. Miami.
i', Higginbotham, Oscar Brock, sometimes fall to appreciate 'em ), son Buddy (Camp Shelby, \ Miss Ellen Mersereai ei[
and Mrs
,,1)) (ALL WOOL) Assistant Regional Supervisor, y when rubbln elbows with 'em Miss.) and son-in-law Bill Powell born Oct. 8.Waltert, a daughter Mr. and Mrs. I. Lecin had an day morning for tilackstone |
3, N M. C A. and Mrs David Jacobson every day and In their second I (Camp Peary, Va.) are all expected their guests this week-end John where her marriage to Sgt ,
's21 $3.98 who played several piano best . The event at the Park home at the same time! Mr. and Mrs. James E Bur- Kline and Hill Zehr of Camp lam L Soto will be an evtrj
a selections for the entertainmentof Theatre Thursday night of last . Hear Louise Stern Is leading I dee, a daughter born Oct. 9. I Blanding. the near future

the week looked like a field day In a quite a busy life these days . .
group .
The Powers model !studio! and I'll Teaches piano in Jax: a coupleof ., .. ., ., .. ., ., .,
MI' I. Lccln has returned after pause just long enough to give days a week, teaches In I

tA Smart pending! ( two weeks with her you a few of the highlights of the Starke, too, and, also assists at BEFORE I IT GETS
-1 : Shop father In New York City; She most fetching outfits, as I remember the family garage, all the while
Hir .i reports the weather Is much more 'em working her music degree! . ;HIIT
k .
K, 'i turn chilly this weelr.'j : I rat Lamb ntunnln in both her Card thin neck<< from Mrs. Pearl "t
r' numbers, but the one I'll] longest Simpson who's now residing at
rc j; I remember was the black wool 402 First Ave., Apt. 12, Salt Lake $

r. suit with chartreuse blouse and City, Utah . Glimpsed Gertrude "IJu
svow Eton Jacket . Worn with a Beasley solving the yardman
Often black pancake felt over one eye problem the only satisfactory I ,1 ik rrrrr

. chartreuse feathers swirling way-by mowing the gratis her

? STARKE'S lJW T r ... r' ..I t daringly around one ear . self . Seems she recently acquired : NATIONAL HEALTH WEEK OCTOBER 6-16 BY BUILDING
Freddie Wimberly lookln' ultra a I 11 I g ht-welght mowing :
jw # dateable in date dress of black machine and says it's easier to

dVE.LtJ'Ejt AND ,MOST UNUSUAL with pale blue top . Black off- do It yourself than try to hire
+R, a the-face hat and page boy hairdo somebody . Peeped In at the
completed the picture . Woman's Club meeting Wednesday PURETEST A, B, D and G CAPSULES: a9V

RESTAURANT AND BAR Martha Johnston really looking long enough to, see Rosa
out-of-thls-world in daytime dressof Cook, a color harmony in gold
black crepe with long sleeves and brown, discoursing on the HALIVER LIVER OIL 50 1.00

; THE and a devastatlngly draped skirt, fine art of home making . CAPSULES
K small black hat and silver! fox Also noted president Evalyn Bitch .

fur ,i i Sara Poythresa lovely as looking particularly well In gold PURETEST A and D 100 a98
I, \"f a color 1 photograph in bright dress, trimmed with huge brown TABLETS
1 --' ""e, striped taffeta evening dress . buttons and worn with matching

o, B hat. . Puretest Panovite 100CAPS. 3,15
cP'\ Ooh ,Multiple Vitamins
\ .' Seems. to me that Grace Os- .
ta \0" 001j .. borne drew the biggest hand Hear Mack Putch; has made the
c. when she'strolled out of Vogue band . .
at the U. of F. Always
o '" and onto the stage In a yellow PURETEST PLENAMINS 2.75
knew he'd ride to fame on that CAPSULES
: woolen suit with beret-
j/ t i style hat of matching material hot cornet . Harry James, look

. Accessories Included a brown to your laurels! . Forgot to
A cobra bag and yellow pigskin mention, while writing about the Week End Specials

gloves . Grace modestly main fashion' show, how much we enjoyed Batt necl
tains that much of her applause Joy Powell's Hawaiian Grove's Cold Tablets 'J

t came from a well-o r g a n I z e d dance . Starke will certainly .29
35c Size _ ,__ _
claque composed ot her doting miss the Powells, who've been

( Reierc'alionibeing students, but methinks 'twas well with us a year now, and a lot of 100 Puretest Aspirin75c
deserved, no matter whence It little local lassies will be better .59 "

taken foroLitncn M came . Sue Bateman was a dancers In the years to come be- Size ____ _____ '
vision of lovllness In black over cause of Joy's teaching . Hear Fleet's
i pink evening dress! , Full skirt Mrs. Wm. Bushloper! of GrahamIs Phospho Soda

pal'idand . Tight; bodice . While Merry the proud possessor of some 60c Size ____..,___ .49
Beth Knight was adorable in
prized war souvenirs-a German
checked gingham sport suit . Absorbine Jr. '
41 helmet with a hole where a bullet -

went all the way through/ anda 1.25 SizeDoan's _________ .98
con (lroltl" Dot Gray carried off top pin-up pair of shoes made of wood-

B girl honors of the evening, mOdel- the kind the German soldiers are Kidney Pills "

ing the only bathing suit displayed wearing now . Add sure signsof / .59
-a blue crlnkledy number cooler weather: Mr. Overstreet 75e Size ________

I I with matching beach coat . I Lovett's is coming to work J&J
Lorene Moncrief was a breathtaking these' mornings with a tie on . BABY CREAM43
flash-back to old Southern Says he wears it not for looks,
Belle days I in voluminous but simply to keep his neck warm11'ell JUjfA..i
r t : SIZZLING white evening dress and old-fa.ih- :: the d Baby; Pwd. .10, ..23.43NEW
ioned hair-do . Ona Demorest
modeled a versatile number con guess( that winds up the SHIPMENT OF .39 & ,89STATIONERY
.4c' LO B S T E R sisting 0 f a long plaid taffetatokh.t little black book for this time SET

and velveteen jacket . . . So long . See you In the S.M.A. 1.25 size -93
L SHRIMPCHICKEN Midway across stage she. deftly ,
I next . :
t t stepped out of the long skirt, Carolyn. In Pastel Colors PABLUM..19&3aNo.
revealing a short skirt for day
;, r'' . 1, 2, 3
L / 0 time wear The matronly net
was Van ably Camp represented 0 f Southern by Bell's Mrs Relief At LastForYourCough HAVE YOU VISITED OUR GIFT DEPART Dextri Maltose
ml I Blanding branch) whose white EARLY FOR
tresses made stunning contrast CIlIUSTMAS GIFTS.

: t, SANDWICHES with her black suit, large black of BABY GIFTS_ _
hat and silver fox fur . The

,r SALADS younger generation gone grownup Creomulslon relieves promptly be-
was personified by Idell Land cause It goes right to the seat of the
trouble to help loosen and expel CARPENTER'STHE
made to order rum In a three-piece blue woolen germ; laden phlegm, and aid nature
suit with a navy beret topping t o soothe and heal raw tender inflamed -
.fJi1J* her page boy bob bronchial] mucous mem-
ranes.Tell your druggist to sell you
a> bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding
And while! we're nn.thc subjectof you must like the way it REXALL DRUG STOREStarke
f a r,' 325 TEMPLE AVENUE the fashion show, seems that ; qUickly allays the cough or you are
a Arch Thomas to have your money back.:
bought tickets so
far In advance he forgot all a- GREOMULSION Phone 64 FloridaI

bout It and bought another round for Couehs.CKest,Cronchitis

Y i ir .




IBITS[ of LOCAL NEWS I pent Mr, the and week-end Mrs 0 in L Lake Beasley! Attuct I New :Medical Techniques Keep

I with Mr and Mis!! Charles

Beaxley and family. .... "'at Kt 'r a t l't Shell Shock Cases! Minimum:

., ',oni -<>n and. :Mrs. J. Mrs. L. H. Jennings and MIR "
pent Monday in R. A. Green were shopping! : In Cpl and! Mrs A. Robert Kent I',.

G Gainesville Monday of this week. ''eft Saturday for Atlanta Ga. Tt'nof! thousand of our fighting: menho would! have

Mrs. G. where they will vacation before f/YSE << fJi.V i I spent the remainder of their lives in n1'nt.hospitalg\ willI \
and dauRh- Brown, of .
Lawteywas '
., H injjia going/ on to Camp Shelby. !Miss!! "
I return to civilian life in perfect condition because of the tre-
i.-turneil to their a guestVednel'day of Mrs '
where Cpl. Kent hal! been tians- ,.
'u lan I, Miss, after Marcus F. Brown and family. erred They spent the past ton ..; & M war'It S4t ml'ndotlstridet! made by medical science in treating cases
vith Mrs sturgis' Woodfin G. Halle Y-2c. and months! in Starke and while here a Iy+znn ,l lI J of combat exhall tion.

Ili a Pauline Torode. brother MIR. Kent was associated with _- been to eliminate this shock to
Jack Hail, of Miami While it has not possible

UK1! Mrs Resale Colson were here Saturday and visited the Telegraph. the nervous system completely\ the progress: made has been
rJ> thisspend their Mr. and Mia W. I
expected parents
..10< ;a are few days G. Haile. I Capt. and Mm. ,V. C. Powell) I so striking that Army doctors can in many cases, even prevent -
enc '" left Tuesday for Camp Plckett.Vn combat exhaustion! by anticipating it and taking theproper

Mr.t[ olsons t paienta Mr. :Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. ., after making their home for 'I
to forestall it.
F F FlumE W. G. Haile were In Miami this the past year with Mrs. J. Mfirownlee .

fir. week attending the State Con- while Capt. Powell wan! I How our Army psychiatrists are I veterans' hospitals

vention of the United Daughtersof stationed at Camp nll1n<1lng. treating these all-Important cases Is 'It would be stretching the truthto

the Confederacy.Mr. While In Staike Mrs. Powell conducted described In one of the most encouraging say that tle: Army today has

a school of dancing I articles to come out .of .learned to eliminate this, one of the
Ctt and, Mrs. Carl Dobbs of this war by Albert Q. Malscl, noted'\ mont frightful of all war injuries.

Lake City, Cpl. and Mrs. Lonnie. Capt. and Mrs E. J. NIx: Jr medical: reporter In the October issue But 1 feel It Is no exaggeration/ at

\peitdablenbulance Dobbs of Tallahassee and Mr. of San' Francisco, Cnllf. visited of Cosmopolitan magazine. all lo .t,1' i'- ., the doctors are getting .

Service and Mrirf. Arch Dobbs of the :Mrs. Nix' parents, Mr and' Mrs 'Combat exhaustion' (In the this once u..n: : ; .". ,blcm definitely

State Farm were week-end W. I.. Andrews thin week-end! It last war they called it wrongly.: under control. "

guests of Pvt. and MIB. Alton was their first vlutt together/ tn shell shock') was once one of the "They have not only learned how

Dobbs and Mrs. Inez Kelly. two years. Capt. and Mrs Nix I II f- I most common results of warfare." to treat the victim of 'combat ex

0 left Sunday evening for Wash- I Maisel states. "In World War I it haustlon'; they have also discovered t
New employes of Lovett'3 are Insrton D. C. II l was not merely( common, it seemed effective method of anticipating

Mr. Carson,(stock clerk, who was a. to defy any rational cure. Its victims and often preventing its very devel-

is transferred from St. AuRustlrw, :Mr. and Mrs. C. A Futch attended I either recovered spontaneously opment. The experiences of our

Ou Ambulance and Mrs. Catherine Hupfl, who the foo t b a II 1 1 game In c. despite the doctors rather than first few weeks In Normandy proved

maintained for thee ii working In the meat market. Gainesville on Saturday night and :, .. t { because of them or lingered for them effective beyond their fonder

purpose of trans- were! accompanied home by their I :years as chronic patients at our hopes."
:: and m- S. L Alvarez, who has been !
ol'ting, sick son Mack, who Is a student at r
;) stationed at the USC.G Beat I
This the University there. He returned .'-"-'-'-'-'-'-'-" -'-'-" -'-'-"--'---'--"--'-':.
lured; persons West End, N. J.. Is spendinga ; 1.- 1"t
at to his studies after 1
it available Sunday t
:nukes few days furlough here. Upon MAY BLOSSOM DANCE STUDIOAll
to render noon i (See Recipes Below)
hours his return to duty, he will be
Si :MOST\ DEPENDIABLB stationed at the US.C.G. Re- '
Let's Pack Lunch
SERVICE. ceiving Station Ellis Island N. Football ChangeCoach a Lunch Box Menu Types of Dancing

Cream of Tomato Soup
y. James Hobbs announced Do ;you realize as your childrenonce Crackers .r.- V

Mrs. R. G. Kldd and eons yesterday that the football game again begin the trek back to Ham Salad on Whole Wheat Bread EVERY MONDAY FROM :3 1 TO 5 1 P. M.
school with their lunch boxes that
Robert and Richard returned to scheduled with High Springs on those mid-day meals should carry a Chopped Egg Salad on White URADFORD HU.'II SCHOOL
Nov. 3 has been cancelled and! Bread
their home here this week from third of the day's calories in them? "
that a with Newberry has Carrot Strip. ----
Columbia S. C. Capt. Kldd who Lunches that are a bite-and-run
hompsonWilliamsInc. Fresh V
Apple Cookies
been substituted on the same excuse for a meal will not give children Enroll Your Child
had been stationed at Fort date.
or workers lie fore Classes Are Filled ,
is now at a port of em- nourishment from Ground ham and carrots with sour

ILNEKAL DIRECTORSPhone barkation and will leave soon for City CollectingThe which they are to cream dressing on buttered rye 1 -.-"--------,---------.-.,- I:
draw the and bread.
Mis. Kldd wall -
duty overseas.
433 of Starke In energy vim and Cooked liver or liver sausage,
back to Starke by City makinga I :
i Gainesville, Florida accompanied drive to collect all delinquenttaxes vigor they needto mashed or ground One with triad
Mrs. Glen Wood who spent last do their best onion minced chili sauce on whole "i
and all city occupational s1J I
day's work. Their wheat rye or pumpernickel biedd. F
week In Columbia.. license The cooperation of the I I
loads are heavierto Ground veal carrot and celery '
.. public Is requested carry these days than ever before moistened with mayonnaise. \
-- - - - - .
and it behooves every homemaker Chopped carrots raisins and nuts, I, M .
IV: .H".T ('0' iii' IIHAIIFOHIIenroll to be on her toes to put In the box the moistened with mayonnaise on ?
HOMELIKECourtesies -, 1.1,0'1| IN llt>,-
1 .:11": very best lunch she can pack. I' white or oatmeal bread. I II

and simple virtues within Katy Allen Ellen Irf-voy Carter Carter Hefeniliint Plaintiff.Case VH Packing the lunch need not take Oatmeal Bread.Makes 111111
No. 1315. undue time or effort. Assemble the ( Z large loaves)
walls of thoughtful serving are combined -
needed for 2 oatmeal uncooked
Oil11EIt OF l'I'IIt.I'ATIONNf equipment packing a cupi
With refinement and helpful NOTION" TO AI'I'Jo1Att lunch at one convenient spot, and ty! cup "Jola"Mt'a

ixonomy. STATH Carter OK FL.OIUDA whose resident to: Katy1.111en Inllrmlniowiy then you can get right to work withIt I teaspoon nailtablrwpoon

South Carolina : [ us soon as you've put breakfaston 1 shortening
You are ie iult,>pnr on the table. Keep staples on handto I cup boiling water
October 110th. I'141.I In the above I I
1'DEWITT iianivd Court and ('IIUM... wherein simplify the lunch-making problem 1 cup milk .1
plaintiff seeks illviiri. llrmlford This should include such thingsas 1 cake ,cad dissolved In ;

C. JONES C'cxinly Order ,In THfRrnph next four shall weekly niilillxh IHHIIIHVVItnoKK this I crackers and cookie., cheese !4 cup lukewarm waterS

my hnml anti offli lal mink eggs, peanut butter beans ups flour .
i4 1 r Funeral Director v $ seal I at 23ld St.nke.; 1944 Florida, this S.DItmher salmon sardines dried fruits nut., Measure oatmeal molasses salt

__ "AMBULANCE SERVICE (OlfJo'ICI\L Shill: A. J. Tlmmaii.A jelly marmalade.. pickles and and shortening into bowl. Add boiling -
tfolirt.T .
ril>r1t >rwa *. Frank Lniidrum Bturkp, Florida. water and let stand 1 hour Beatin i
... Atty. fc11' fit. |:S! -4tlliUOiv Whenever possible prepare a dish milk, dissolved yeast and flour
;;;.. .;' 7'J
.. Phone $ riiKiir (oftt'r. BIII>POIIInivn > for the family that can be utilizedIn I Let rise until doubled in bulk. Knead What Does it
' 'II.\\ the lunch in If well Turn Into bread ,
'''''.' 1'J < pi.oiiiuii i% < some way. you greased pans .
STARKE. FLORIDA ('III". ,, make a meat or fish loaf this can let rise again until double In bulk.
IrvIng '('oh ", rialnllff, vs Mnr-
jorlw' (-ohrn, lirfendunt, ("1550 No. be used as a sandwich filling. Bake 15 minutes at 425 degrees

3116. Sandwiches are the mainstay of then 45 minutes at 373 degrees. Mean Anyway?
AND OltnnK) NOTICE TO ATPJJAIltiTATK ;the l lunch box. However, as they Boston Brown Bread )4lr

OF FIXHtiA to-: Marjorie are used so often (Makes 2 small loaves)
c'.h..n. 1181 Walton Ave.. IJronx vary the ,. 1 cup graham flour
NAT SEZ :New Yolk: 1 Are You Tired of
: Von are! required to appear.. on bread and filling I cup rye flour ;
:Monday October 30th., 1944, In thal as much as possible 1 cup cornmeal '. ,
Think. Ilate! remembered >ov.. named Court and IUUHC,
Stop. you seeks. divorce. to avoid that li! teaspoons soda '
every overseas serviceman wherein Hradford plaintiff County Telegraph Uall. mealtime monot- v 14! teaspoon salt "- :: ', I War Communiques -

on jour list with a nlr Christ- .publish. thin .Order In next four ony. Cut them 115.ectlonathey're ( 1 cup sour milk or buttermilk : .
",. ? Tomo r >w'si the weekly 1 water
19 man package my hand and official cop ci. .
Iat day for mailing Vm, you Heal at Slarke, Florida. this September I 1 more attractive % cup molasses 3 I I ,
%Ith.; 1944. I 1 ?
know. Did you ever com down (OFFICIAL SEAL) A* 3. Thomas 1and easier to eat 1 cup floured raisins.
on ChrlMtman morning Md find An Clerk of Bald Court.Stark. Florida. that way. WrapIn Sift together the dry Ingredients. .

.a bundle of switched on the Ally T. Frank, for Landrum Hlf. 0189.4t l. .1020: waxed paper Add bran remaining In lifter to dry ; '

hearth Instead of a llttto rail I to keep from dry ._, ingredients. Combine sour milk } '
wagon? Well you don't want IN<' CIHCIir'>TVi KI.OItllJAl tOIHT. IIMAHFOIIHOI CIIM- :'> Ing out. Have the fillings moist to water and molasses. Make a well /'f{ Would You Like aNew

that service man of yours feeling Jam1i"Myer I'lalntlrt.- keep them from being unappetizingand in the dry Ingredients, pour in llq \ -
., Jr. vs. Del- the bread with butter,
spread .
uld and mix as quickly a* possible.Add
? Case No.
like that. do you ma Myern, Defendant.
313*. margarine or mayonnaise to Deep it raisins with last few sweeps ol d Slant on

onnnn OF IHTBMCATIOV, moist fresh and tasty. mixing: spoon. Fill greased molds ,
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Sandwich Filling % full cover closely and steam for a

At! In : STATE, Mh OF<>K }residence OHIDA In to:General DelniaMytrK Chopped hard-cooked egg, pickleor 2 hours. This Greatest of
Whistle ...
omething to i ln.llvery, HuntingtonV t Virginia celery, mayonnaise on oatmeal Milk Drinks. '

Yon: are required to appear.. on bread. Vary the lunch box beverage a.
October 30lh. 1944, In the abo\ often as possible serving milk hot
named Court and cause, wherein Cream cheese, chopped olives on All ?
chocolate or cocoa. Fof a changeof Struggles
plaintiff seeks dlvorre. white or whole wheat bread.
County Telegraph hall publish menu, try an old favorite which
thin Order In next tour weekly Cream cheese or cottage cheese contains Iron-molasses milk drink
I lNllen. with jelly and marmalade with Boston made by mixing 1 of milk with
official quart
hand and
Witness my
neal at IArk... Florida, thin Beptemher Brown bread. 2 or 3 tablespoons molasses and a r: ; Then Read N. G.
Peanut butler or ground peanuts dash of nutmeg.
I (OFFICIAL "":AI.) A. J. Thomas. i
I A.. Clerk of iiald. 'ourt. with chopped figs dates or prunes Spiced milk: To 8 cups heated -
T Frank Landium, Starke' Florida. mayonnaise or cream to moisten on milk add % teaspoon cinnamon
9'29.4t-OaO! : G. I.
: :
for Plf I Appearing
P-ook at the cable .e white bread. dash of nutmeg

pitched; '""a -----------1. Ground dried beef with pickle and or mace and stir
beauties '
mayonnaise to moisten on rye vigorously. Add .

Ph he turtle necked ar ( -:,, Beau Brummel bread. sugar If desired hot Each Week on

one In thick white and serve or
)* the rib- Meat or sardines

*aisted cutles iri; 1 TAILORINGMEN'SSUITS sauce on white bread or bun. cold Fruits as preferred.makewonderful Page Two of

his collection desserts
and add a
nd Pick them In Lynn Says: generous portion
he Going Places? Lunches that go I The Telegraph :
fh colors that of the day's vitamin and mineral
places to school to the defense ;
aiake I health. If an energy-producing des
your skinSternberg's; plant or office should be just as ; sert Is desired try a pudding.
-low! attractive as you can make 'em
A box is better than a bag as it Orange Marmalade Bread Pudding : Fresh From The
3:7 Tailored To Fit will hold the food without havingit (Serves 6)l'4 ) ;.

get mussed. cap dry bread crumbs
V Va
: We Guarantee Them Keep lunch boxes clean: and air lift cups scalded milk .:. Pacific Writtei

out. If the box has an enamel 1H' caps sugar . \
finish it can be washed out with 1 tablespoon melted butter

w soap and water. Any box can be 2 eggs slightly beaten ,:...,'

1 -NEW FALL LINE- aired out between lunches kept I teaspoon vanilla by a Starkeite
a free from crumbs. M cup orange marmalade % ,

Samples Now On Use waxed paper to keep sand }i teaspvon nutmeg

wiches fresh and moist vegetables Soak bread crumbs in hot milk. 7 You'll)) Find It "
Display AtNEW crisp and fresh. A vacuum When cool, add remaining ingredU .

$3..50 bottle will keep beverages hot or ents in order given Place in a

: cold soups steaming hot. EuyI buttered baking dish and set in a
\ I to-pack crackers with soup fur- pan of hot water. Bake In a mod t Delightful.
to nish energy-give a real homey erate (350-degree) oven for 45 to 5C .

METHODCLEANERS touch to the lunch minutes or until knife Inserted In
Try surprises often in the lunch center comes out clean. Serve with

$7.95 box just for morale's sake. Apiece lemon sauce or cream. Read It Each Week In

of favorite gum candy or
Art hosing a rime Urttdiingmeals
a few nuts an orange sectioned you
? If nto Lynn Chambers
to puss
and and peeling fitted i
peeled over
]or practical help, at Wasters JVewiMprr -
ROBERT GREEN orange to give the appearance of Union, 210 South Leiplam Slr".',
being peeled but to keep it fresh Chicago III. Don't forget to ncloi. a The TELEGRAPHtl'Of
Owner and moist do loads to give the stamped telf-addrtutd tnitlopi for

school child or worker a lift your rtply.
315 Temple Avenue t Released by) Western H..p.per 1a1.

-ems -, !_ . : I ( k,



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;k ( ST.1RKE. rtOKlPA F UD.Y.
;;.. 141i ,
i i', } 'j } 1 = I plaintiff' seeks divorce Rrn"'or.l' .r said '
J, At It's been observation i County Telegraph shall publish thinOd < this tlth ,
least div
---------- cases. my
J r WHAT TO FIND IN STARKE THEATRES GIFTS I 'r 111 n< xi, four weekly Issues. (''o1"Jo'U"1A, y,
that a child brought I II ---- i, WlniexH my hand anti ..trl<'l'", | (

1 Letter Box I up in an ntrnonphere of loose HI til at SStnrke,. Florida, thin October I fotn) iv u
:'' Tth
morals is going to grow crooked SAVE TIME CONSULT THIS DIRECTORYFOR SKAT.) A. J, Thomas, I tor ey,
Sometimes, I'lcrk of said Court. I IKnlifht \
"1'', sure as gun's Iron. AH .
.. ,
"\' ;"! & KnlKlit Sun ko, Florida :
i :,..! Lnwtey, Florida. It IH not the parents, but unscrupulous INFORMATION: OF CAMP HLANDINO SHOPPINGAND : ( All)"". for HIT 10IJa-4t-1t131 i i t
around town in whom I I ITOR
Dear Editor Matthews: men JmCnEATIO .\L CENTER
14 d."( the child has confidence and ,- -- -- ---- ----. '110''''('F: OF I'VTKNTIOV: TO "!'- !
': 'lg I rend with a sorrowful heart i --'--- "'1."' Foil KI\\I. I>ICH tiifSHTo ,
1 ; whom he thinks It's fun to Imi! I I AL.I.IV HO.M 11'lIIAYCNL''''HS
.' i:. J your story of Starke'a delinquent I little here and there and takes ALTERATIONSPearl's Drivers Licenses NoIce( In hereby given that I ACID It'JDlI' ; S Sr
than have filed "mv final report BM ad-
) If tate.My drinks of something else
.F(" def' children. I notice that New Orleans husband I were 110 Ignorant I I Show Increasei minlMrRtnr' of the estate of .lamen
water, they think that'H the thingto Alteration Shop Milton Hrownle In tho County
"t';; J is solving a similar probJt"m about the rearing of children do because Daddy does it. i 1 ,liidirH'H Court lit Hradford County,
by punishing the Iarental! but, one thing we soon learned: wa a slight Increase in Klorkla, and have filed my petition
; That's the blame So, we agreed that wheneverwe the number of Licenses fur" final discharge. and that I
11.J.' putting exactly that little fellows know a lot I FOOD Operator'*) will apply! to 11,,", I';. K. 1'erryman +
\\ 'j{ where It belongs. more about what's going; on than veered from the truth stole ; !Issued In the office of Judge E. County Judge ci It Bradford f'ounty,
t from neighbors or got drunk we'd !IK. this those ''Kliirlrlii, at his office In Stnrke.
: J : "A chip off the Old Block", parents dream of Moreover they the children Camp Diner Ferryman year over Florida, at 10 A. M. o'clock on
') 0 "Like Father like Son" are adages have utmost confidence In their I j never never Davis!' Sandwich ShopFrank's |101 last season! the Judge reported November 14. I&44 for approvalof

+4 u o a;I?! '. that are true in nearly ally parents, tlO, if Daddy cheats know. There we bumped headlong Fine FoodJerry'n thin week. as the Much. Hume administrator and for final discharge 5OcCarpenter's
I Into an obstacle-ONE CAN-
]> I Nearly 3,000 licenses were Issued This October 12, 1944.!
,::5J I
; FROM BRIGHT EYES AND 1'earls Place during the month of September Admlnlxtrator of the estate ofJanifH DrugSPECIALS gtlgei
t f h including chauffer's and :.Milton lirownlee.
; j I
: PEARL'S PLACE KEEN LITTLE EARS! ! I Junior operator's licenses and 10lS4tll3IX| !

I\ Another thing that kept us I GIFTSGislain's temporary instruction permits in THK fllirrrr C'OI'RT OF
from Joining a Crooks' Club was addition to the regular opel'ator'sIlcensPFI. III tl>FOIIf (c'oa\: ", KI.OHIK*
( dKe4eJ
; a tremendous conscience. You Oeraldina Wagner IStrlirkland, ei9/ia
STEAK CHOPS { aa compared with 2,814 I'lalntlff, VH. Homer A. Strickland
j i;;, . know that pesky old'thing Just Hollywood Camera last year. l>efn I 4I NOTICE TO APJ'KAH TO SUIT
kept on jabbing UK, wouldn'tlet
'i:' cl and/ Gift Shop The period for sale of licenses The Stain nt Florida to: Homer
us far off the track.
; : CHICKENSEAFOOD get very A. .Strickland c-n Atlantic Coast
examination closed
, Now, If we had only bef'n"bI6llserl" Wonder Gift Shop without recently l.lnt- Itallroad or No. 614 Pendleton
so that all applicants for 811'.1.'a'r with a little dried up are hereby notified. that a
: -
hk : conscience made of rhinoceros driving permits from now on ""11 has been filed against you In
: MILITARYSUPPLIES must b(, examined by a Florida! the above entitled Pause and youare
hide or better still with none ,, hereby' required| to file yourwritten .
I at all (like Hitler: and Tojo) we Slate Highway Patrolman who appearance. In Bald.. milt
will be on duty at the Court with the Clerk of said Court on or
: ,, BEERSandwiches could have been a whole lot richer before :November': 13th. A, D. 1944.
:1" than we are. Ben Suslow's Army StoreGislain.s louse! on each Monday, Wednesday The nature of sell suit belna-
{ and Saturday from 10 o'- for, DivorceWltiifBH
t We could have started out by my hand and the Heal
; clock in the morning until noon.
: : o borrowing which is next door .._ DUO-TIIEIt11!
: P. S. Stores ---------
neighbor to stealing if It is not i> iiifi, IT ('0' PIP'. III111IEOIII :
Shafkin's< ('0' vri. Pi.oiimti 1fill> HOT
I' carried out In the Bible SOLDIERS SAILORS WATER
way. ,
j i 1:111.miliurt:
: Yes we could have kept our own The Stag It Edmonds., 1'liilntlff.! VH.Mxriciirrt .
r' NOW OPEN 321 Temple Ave. . , AND MARINES
money in our pockets and bor- Ni. ,1.160.OIMKH Kdim.mln:. )Pcfeiuhtnt.I'ufH : HEATERSFlashlight

1 } I j' '; rowed everything we needed. We TAVERNSBranding I: OP, prBLiHVATION
.. .( could! have used the po thole ,\NI) XIITI<'!: TO APPKAIS V o
STvXTH OK( KI.OCIOA!: I In: Mnrirnri -
1 0 diggers saws axes corn shelters, 't Edmonds., e-u Harry FHW'K

, \ hay rakes and typewriters for Center arJob.s (Office'lty, ,TViin Hotel...Mf JIKI.,: 8e>'ler, Johnson

months and even years. Whenwe ) Tavern Vim. are, riHuilri'il to appear' onNuvvinlirr
j broke could Jordan's I3th., 1H4.! In the abovenamed BATTERIES
something we
ate i'H Wondert hurt, and niiiKc, wherein.
: Strop have carried it home and Bald lilHlrtiff seeks ...Ivor..... Bradford
\ nothing. We wouldn't have been County. Telegraph' : | shall publish thinOrder I
work cut out, but, after all, . In next fourvrklv: IMWUHH.VVUtiBHK .
there to hear the owner "cuss" there's a lot more satisfaction mv hnnd mid orflrlnl/
sent nt Htiu-kp, Kloildu, this. all
when he found out. Oct'iber They
b MRS. BESSIE DAVIS, PROPRIETOR I In scratching one's own living . 6th., 11M4.MiKKUT.U. : .
Again that interfering con- than In Itching for the other 1 ( .. si:.\r.) A. J. Thomas,
.1s Clerk. nf HIIll Court.T. .
science kept whispering; "Bor fellow's. If we scratch on long Frank 1.1111"rul11. Ktnike, Flnrldn LIKE to EATat
I'ower, pay back full measure, enough the Itch will leave UK. Ally, for. 1'''.|

pressed down, shaken togetherand To go buck to. that cantankerous -
., II , 6,000 1% 'In''II'I'' I'01 HT, BII n'ollu I the
running over. That means old conscience. We perhaps 'OIT, t'l.cIIU'1 1\.I'll t\-
twice u much as I borrow, and <'":,,1. RADIO
wouldn't be so dirt poor today Hiivld K. TlttprlriKlon., f'h""tllfr.1 ,
I the Lord knows I can't afford VH. MfirKnret" ('..\%.*llH 'J'II t"1, n stun CAMPDINER
that! 0, well what's the use of if that conscience had allowedus Dc ft'a.ha it t. ('it so. N... :1170.\:
Gifts and souvenirs ((nfI! ( l-il: OK I'l'riMf'ATIONA.VII :.: SERVICE
to under widows' smokehouses
borrowing anyway, if I can'tbave dig : NUTICK! : TO Al'HKAIt
something' for nothing I'd and take all of their meat. STATK: (lfo' )\IR..If-1. I
firfl CvelH) TlttcrliiRton
r to choose from Just as well be man enough to Also we could have robbed 'I'rnlilf lire \VaxhlllKton, n.I I' .
You lire .
and rniiulrfil to appear| on
quit leaning on neighbors
my crippled old men of their syrup. November 1:11: h., 11144! In the above
stand on my own two feet. It's named t'ntirt and cnuH, whfrefn
_ I pretty tough to have to keep They'd be too feeble to liKe a plaintiff seeks dlvort-p. llradford, Corner Call & Cherry
) TvlfKruph' shall publishthis
holding to a job with none of the gun on us. Our daughters would!! Order, In next [our weekly IH- .

D ; BUY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS r .' .. ... .. have been pretty well trained in Sties\VltneHH, my hand and official

( thievery by this time, BO, they seal. nr llth Storks, 11144.: l-'lorlda, this Octulinr Featuring the best ELECTRIC

7'' could have added to the loot in (OKKiriAl.( SI-:A1) A, 1. ThoinuH,
: WE 'WRAP MAIL INSURE various ways. We could even AH Clerk nf said ('Olll.t.'I' Steaks & Chops

"'- and stamp with "Do Not Open have swiped a neighbor's fence, .Ida.. ,Frank Atty. 1.1\for n.1 I'lf.I'll 111. Htnrlce 10113.4t! I- | SERVICE

t 'Til Xmas" Seal / 111 "blue-lightwood" posts and all be- I'1I'-1 Open 9 A. 1\1.-9 P M.
I s lti 11 fore the poor man had a chance l\ ('111'IT ('01 II" '. Illl'!''.'<
m I ('nl T1. KI.OKIUtt 1t'II%\..
?Ii toi move to his new' property. If < KIIV.Uulh ::Except Thursdays 226 Temple Ate.PEARL'S .

we had, we could make sure that 'ThompHon.. u minor, liy ,V. ... :..1.
1' HrlMtuwe ait her next friend,
I OLD SARGE'SII" our daughters would now be sellIng 1'lulntirfH.. John ThoiirpHon. .; l>..-
I .... gasoline rationing stamps tenilitnt.! (.0.OK..' Nn.PljHMOATlOXAMI :M.I.VI.OICDLOK : :;: e ALTERATION SHOP

tl Expert and "picking up" fountain pens I I :NOTICK': TO ,\I'I'I'AIt"I' :
t i "- >-.j| ,H.(' "'I.llItI"to: John Park Theatre
and scissors from people's homes. Centrally Located Opposite
PLACESTARKE'S ThompHonhone" residence' IH Un-
}; Workmanship We wouldn't have any love in KIMIMVtfii.? Reasonable Rates Good Workmanship
arc" rttilrpd tn
hearts | appear on
our ---Just greed so what
Sli 4 i ORIGINAL would we care for the suffering ,lamed l (',art anil muse. whereinPHOTOS
ti i wear better when keptIn
and inconvenience we caused?

: all tlmcn.good. condition\ at.. We'd be Hitlers in our puny
: ARMY STORE "hC"n'you.
way and what does Hitler care?
shoe need attention
No, the poor little children are The
bring them In to ut
not to be blamed. In most cases
Authorized by the War' Department for a really good Job they have the misfortune of hay 0

Operated by an ExSoldierHEADQUARTERS of shoo repair ing been handed the wrong $64

# great, great, great, great grand- '

BROWNSTEENSHOE daddy. In other words, vices '
) .- seem to run in families and are
for all 4I
handed down from generation to

{ REPAIR generation by example! !ZI

I Military Supplies suppose that's what we mean W m.b.the

Aero From The Post Office when we say "That man has

G 7.1 no background to speak of "Maybe S BESTGIFTS What is more

Novelties & Jewelry ittneana he has a background ,
frfitMl but we mustn't talk about It. All refreshing and re

we can do Is vote agin the var-
TIP mints If they run for office. Now "" laxing than a few

ryti back to the "delinquent children" ......

r. 1 1a Ben Suslow'sArmy Q -Reader's Digest for Septemberof pleasant hours

this year carries a plan for with good friends
reclaiming delinquents plan
that has been a great success, over a. bottle of
Make An Appointment .

(.i ,Store they No say doubt in many there are of our many TodayAt mellow beer?

The New
'' and women In Starke with the

209 E. Call Street Starke, Fla. courage patience, enthusiasm and PHOTO STUDIOin

: love required for such an under You're right. . there's nothing

ONLY 11 WEEKS : taking. (If they have the time) the

Very sincerely, like it.


H O.\ OUR CHRISTMAS Gentlemen:

t Mr. Jones of our store in SHOPI ...
Starke has sent me a recent
r WATCH STOCK copy of your paper. It Is the t 7 East Call St. Bob Jones, Mgr.

?' THE first time I have seen It now for
IH NOW COMPLETE' several years. .
The purpose of this letter U to
I congratulate you on the very decided

Improvement' in general appearance iF *

To Davis Bar \VE FKATl'RE: of the paper-Its layout -
the type, and above all, the -
ttl. to
( 1' ,Where You ,Will Get BENRUSLOUIS copy and makeup Yours truly of the local ads. :-.. -t- .:: ""' =74

L. G. Pfaff .

RENSIE 222 Fourth Ave.


4r' ; IV rlHCITr01'JIT, nil'UFonn
CRAWFORD '('01 "'I'Y. Ki.oitiiiti i> ciiCKHV. ,\\'-
Ip' h81, Fresh Ground .
ill the ,"Mm .H make Inmfiitnlrlrrnl Edgar Ft Vaughn Plaintiff vs.Isadore ..
Bnra .
H. Vaughn 11. f rntluntVOne
IM't olltl cold '
SIRLOIN STEAK ore _.,.. Amu order.arreOtW. rmrm.l.ny No. 33SS. STORE
flfjs'Ut STATE OP FLORIDA tot Inntore .
I Expert Watch II. Vaughn who.* ,IK ALL

You are required to appear on
I November 8Ih. 1944! In the above
Ii. HOT DOGS named Court and cause, wherein
f I plaintiff. seeks. olIvo...... Bradford.
t County Telegraph shall publish thin ENUF SED !F !
.. ..
Order In next four weekly ln ue
OPEN EVERY DAY TIL 12 MIDNIGHT TheSTAG Witness my nnnd and official
n I >eal at Starke, Florida this Oc-

'; < 9''; Closed All Day Each Friday : (oher OFFICIAL 6th., 1944.SEAL A. J. Thomaa.. Jewelry Gifts Uniforms

AM t'lerk of said Court.T .

ia1!1; a"t: J. .. .".. Atty.Frank for I'lf.'Andrum. Starke.10-a Florida 4t 0-27 L .



to be raised from I ., ,.
Tax Levies ,
a- aI nil 111" I r11. I oil Illiulli' til '
"iecently had as their guest 'tllll"ill ) hi4th" lillh
1 Board I $21,691 few days Mrs Ruth Turner of 1"111.111", r ,,11..11... .I I li, Ih,.. 'I i I I. ,II I'll' I I.altdl.,' !: ", \ .I I ;'hi",Ulan, II
tn' "in i >l.l\ n I A i 'li'I'\' "il' "Rill' 'al i
Other business of Importance ai-kminvlllo. Mrs R. V Cowen lwuro,, nn, Irod, nl, .."Inn'I I ,, 1' I.',.ink l_uidi, inn, siatkuAti FlnrldA.,
-'al ii Miniki' , Kit 1 ,i uI'.. i i 11,1-I \ f. i (I'll in ...H-IIII !
Instruc- transacted at the meeting Mon- and children of SI. Petersburg
,, public
Boa' t was the of and her, brothei-ln-law Ira Cowen I'
i meet- day hearing a request
gulai' monthly of Oklahoma City. JERRY'S-JERRY'SJERRY'S
: It- by Trustees of Special Tax t
Oct. 2
, 'ourthouse Pvt Norman Wiggins returned.I"
lip School District No. 11, Graham
determining to Camp m Virginia after a few
motion /:
for the reopening of the Graham
J ,revenues be to pro"C be- school. It was agreed that the ; week relatives fin, ")lough; with tends and E-A-T H E-R-E

'he Superintendent would contact the
,1 I tor the county current taxcurrent State Department concerning this NOT OK THVNKKVe ffi 11-' YOU I.nil: HOME: COOKING .<
the -a
for proposal.
tuud( funds and v wish to thank all our tI

dlFtrlc trlct bond interest and BUYS DAYTON GRILLE friends for their sympathy and, I
l i d1 for each of the kindnesses during the "recent I Ip
1 the county for the I O. Edwards, former owner death of our brother Tale Denmark ..,4 ;
year t In beginning July 1. 1944. of the New Method Cleaners in Smith Denmark John' 11. ?4 SANDWICHES M
June 30 1945. Starke, left Monday for Daytona IN Denmark Mrs Onle Hood Mm.
at ? "
ding ;
mlll- where he has purchased and will erg '. Mamie Hanley P. S. Denmarkand OUR SPECIALTY sgtIJ
ranging operate Joe's Grill at 20 N At family.
erreorequirementstabulated All St. Snt Ihlor To 'r.t'rll "nlon t.JERRY'SJERRY'SJERRY'S.(

i mills I in la District Districts number 11. 18 lantic.The New Method plant was ,recently C'.::\HTtUWOnK: INU

t 10 I mills rale In Starke is purchased by Robert G. There will be cemetery working -
5.The and the amount Green. aaldl at the Lawtey Cemetery WedneHday -
as 6 Oct 18th. Every one it'
.-.----------.----.-;. : .
r---- L % Invited to come eat.Iy and bring ,
vour lunch\ baskets hoes rnkeii
INDIVIDUALITY i and axes I will appreciate the
UT I "
help nf anybody. Onlv A glance' ?
at this sacred spot will convlnci 0 v
INTO YOUR GIFTS I you of (his necessity

; Very .sincerely 't

I II Mrs Senle Prevail I _7 GlICI.ytoclyJalkillf %

I I 1, l> ('1111'111'. i 01 11'1', nll\ln'OIlIl
101 1'v. rt.<>iiin\i iHiuli > 1'11 "\
1.:11': -1
CAMP BLANDING ,, Tlinini'Ki'ii, , 11 minor, liv W.
I T MilMime UK her, IIPXI, filinitI'liilnllff .
.',., M-Sgt John Belcher Signal Corps, shown above was. In the retinal'. . VN 1'iiHH John No. TliomiiHim.1I.M.: !"'-
MONOGRAMMED i Hollandia campaign In Dutch New Guinea last May One Sunday' llltHKK OH' IM'III.II'TH:' }
he and a buddy. took a .stroll in the jungle, not forgetting to lake I.: OK M.OIUIIA I In: ..l.ihn'rhitnipHon '
TOYS 1 alone; their caiblne There hail been a lull In the fighting./: I I'"kn"wn" :, w lioHe i eHUIi'ni. li

But It wasn't dull for long A bullet from a Jap 25 calibre YoM are r.*'|ciilrpil to Rppeir: noNotenlhrr
lath 1144. In the ahavsnamed
zing-god through the heavy growth and Belcher and his buddy hit 1 Court and, ,rntinelirroln
TRUCKSandJEEPSBELL I the dart but fust Soon, another shot gave away the location of plaintiff. HeehH illvorrn.I I Itnulfor. ABOUT't
fiiunlv' TetPKrnnh shall ''mhllahIhls '
the tnlper Belcher and his companion cut loose with a volley at Outer. In neat four weekly; l IsKllea -

the top cluster of a cocoanut palm and the Nip came tumbling to \VlliifHM lily" hnmt and, offlt'lnlHt
GIFTS and NOVELTIES the ground dead as a herring. Belcher took the battle flag seen >.nl. Ml Slur' Up., Klnilila. tills <>,'t(1-
IMT' Tth. 1544U"Irl'IAIU
above from the dead Jap and his pal took the rifle as a souvenir. ,. SI'IM.' .1 A J. TlioiniiH.
Belcher says the scrawls on the flag are the names of the departed \.. l'Ierk* of Knlirht mild. <*Marks nnit.Knlitht Flnrlil.i.llyn ,. .

Nlp'a; long departed ancestors. He Is In Camp Blanding .\ for IMf. '1011-41-111:1' : ( :

now awaiting reassignment after u rotation furlough ii'JW c2 r
l\ ('1114'11.' ('01 UT, III! \l>l>'(lll II 11'11'r !
(OIMKIOIIIIM) IX ('!! ">- :
u.u' _.. < KllM.MII.: 4.
I .' I''n'' ..Itl.. I'llllnUff. VH ClTllVllini'i i,
GISLAIN'S *>> I'ai elll, .1'i'fi'Hilanl.. CUMH /odc)
i\'I''' :11n4. ;
(IIIIFIt: ( : PI'IILt'ATTllVAM" : (
Next to Koch'a Drug Store"I'll I tomI.: Til Al'I'KUt! I : ;
8TATM' : 01" Kl.oltll'' to' .IVi-ll, I
... ,." ..n.'h". .,- Issldrllv' ,IH
--.---------------'-- I'nknown 9 to 9 Daily

\IHI (II'., required, tn npiioin, on Restaurant Hours: I
k 1LI4 :.Voroinlii-i (II h. 1M44\ In the nliovnluiiiiptl i Except Tuesday
''?art Hint oiiiiNi, , uhrflnpliilntirr
l- j : i-rku dlvnrii' and no,(drll

. Meet You AtBlanding

Center Bar I ask the G I's

and Patio'enjoy Z. .3 A "


I 1

They'll Tell You. .


yourself in The Gottberg boys got what it takes and that Un't a pun either, I at P. s. STORES

pleasant surround- Brothers Bobby and Earl of Route 3, Starke, are too young/ for the of, course >
armed forces but Brothers Pfc Clifford, a Marine and PO-3 Lester, a

\ ings in the companyof Navy ,aren't so Bobby and I Earl; sell newspapers around Camp lg

Bland Ins{; to get pennies !In order to keep their brothers In the latent

congenial people. gun model. In the above photograph Camp Blending Postal Superintendent ..

Brady :M. Bryan la shown turning over their hardearnedwar *

bonds to( Bobby and Earl while Marine brother Clifford looks

on' approvingly. They are working on a second one while a younger ,
brother Henry has already saved 900 pennies. toward his first war f

LANDING bond. It U spirit like the Gottberg's that will win: the warNew PSST0RESAT

. e . . . children were visiting:. : Mrs. John's

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert .
: ENT'ERAR : RiverBy Conner of Midway Sunday.

I Friend and relatives enjoyed '
the School I a party at the home of Mr. and

. . . . . . Mrs. Joe Moody. Saturday night, r,- . ." .. .-" ,.-" ,
celebrating Joe's fortieth birthday q q1'S
J Cpl. :and Mrs. Wllbert Mann .
and baby Ray. of Ocala, wee
visiting friends and relatives lat that were visiting Cryn-'
tal Wiggins! at the State Farm Make Your Selections From
Maebelle\ J. Hyde, Manager week end.Mr hospital last week end were:

..--.......... .... ,-.- -- ....- - ---v anl J :Mr*. Johnnie Andrews Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins/ fI'
and small son' Richard of Mr. and Mrs R. R. Andrews GI -
Lake Butler were visiting Mr. Mrs. M. L. Johns, Mr, Mable HS

1EET YOUR FRIENDS ATROY'S and Mr. It L. John. Sunday.Mrs. I I Sapp, and Dr. and Mr.*. Roy the Extensive Choice of Ap
: Melton Kerce and son SchnaiuKi of Jacksonville.. Crystal g
CurtU were In Jacksonville" last IK still seriously' 111. AlQSTBE
Wednesday. for medical treatment Mra. A. A. Sweat and baby
Alfred of P.ilatka were visitingMr. I
Mr. and MM. J. S. Snowden l- and Mrs. D. C. Nettles. Sat. MAIKDBY propriate Gifts for Men and

I and family had aa their guest urday p. m.
'ast week Mid Mr. and :Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. S, L>. Crews and '
Lemrnle Garrett of Jacksonville children, Jonnle Francis and BIR
f.NDER MANAGEMENT OF BOY JOHNSONSTEAK Mrs. Ode Raulerson and children Bobby were visiting the State o'er
of Starke and, Mr. and Mrs. Farm Wednesday p. m. MM.. Women Now on Display at
Delbert Green of Lake Butler. Crews went for medical treat

Mr. and Mrs. Aj!P. Johns and ment. TH --
Mrs Minnie Gibson spent a I 5 .
few days. with her daughter Starke's Gift t.

r F j l Every SliceEnrichedl week.Vonda Anderson In Deland last Largest Shop

I' Mr. and Mrs, R. J. Petty of .
I I Macclenny were visiting Mr. and t
Hard Wotklna MM Melton Kerce. Sunday 1

School Boys & Mi, and Mr. Kinle' Souther-
CUb N..d ThCslio I land and children' enjoyed last ..heprd
Ee.r49 week end visiting In Lawtey,
Hawthorne and Lake Locklooaa.
Tb- to...'. ...,. Mr. and MM Harold! Shrlver

CHOPS Enriched Brad of Lake Butler were week-end CAMERA & GIFT SHOP
CIVIL guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Moody| and children.
Mr and Mrs. C, E. Andrews

CHICKENB were in Oalnenvllle, Monday.Pvt. 212 CALL ST. AT RAILROAD TRACKS .
Cecil Alchedalck of Camp }
I Blanding wa visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Jay Moody and children
r. J
Wednesday p. m.
Mr and Mrs Vernell Moody
EE R Save 30%! and mother, :Mrs. Fronle Moody orhratf Studio

16oz'C were visiting Mr. narney Moodyof
Lake Wale a few days thin
week. OPEN DAILY UNTIL 9:00 P. M.

101 PEN 8 A. \t __ 2 A. H. EACH DAY EXCEPT MONDAY On Sale Here AtLovett's Mr. Gordon Wiggins returned NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY r ,
DINNER to his home In Bay mlnette, Ala.,
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON after a few day visit with rel
Sandwiches And Short Orders :Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Tomllnnon .. I II' .,


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cub I'd ,

;Jj l fto' Alrdllli! f vJeo tJtXt B &Apply C Users Early AskedTo

r B and C gasoline users mil.*'

( 3 apply for their new ration befor.
.' a'( ,\ rr Never work close to another crew while Look out for "kick- their old supply is exhausted!
back" in uplifting: : trees.Don't .
, felling trro. Li. Blair chief clerk of the local .
l' Always look for fell a tree in a
< up rationing board, stated yesterday
,, ,.t.p loose or dead! hrnnchm' I strong wind. .

;i ; which might break off Be cure to yell "timber" MICKf Since two members of the
before tree k.- ta board must approve each request
;:,J and injure you while just I
working. begin to fall. 1 1L for additional coupons before P e3VYUY'Q
::' )1! Always have a firm Never climb a lodged: *-JSUI-...."L**_, they can be issued it would save tlU

"Ii ' natural fooling before I ("hung") tree to force time If applicants would call at

1 Ai : starting l<> chop, or saw. 'i4J it to the ground. the office for a blank fill it out
tA I r Never eland on part of tree
?'):;. Always clear I 0 II any properly and file with the board
''\: "f I'j' around before fril while chopping. I Gale
t.; ; i tree well In advance of the date the
i\;':.: ing (don't forget to clear for awing of axe Never leave a partly cut-through tree new supply of gasoline is ne

i ; '\ over head). atanding.ft ed'l
i I make underJVever patch a tool; repair it.Never.
Alu-nys an
; Fairbanks In Miami
+ 1 work with
( an
( r
II Left ) Undercut
; :\, cut. ( arrow I i
'' / A one-fourth of di. axe which has a split I
'J;!,: usually of H. N. Fairbanks | fw
.""(1;! (l ameter. (Right arrow) Fell handle. have received word from him I "-

; ''i ing cut one-half to four p Don't use head of that he Is In the Sun Ray Park
,11,". - inches I i__ single:I bit axe or f flat] Hospital In Miami where he will -

f' .{" ,;' :" ;'4 1?r Always make felling cut slightly above of double hit axe to drive either steel, or take a prolonged rest. lie la on

a, :! 1" ; P undercut wood wedge a six months' leave of absence ,
,)' ,' Always pet in clear as tree falls. Never use an axe for a pickaroon pulp from his duties as manager of : x JJ' I

';.q '' I/ forced to fell uphill hook (bolt hook), lever l li or ranthook.Always the Blanding District, Florida> F '
while Power & Light Co.
teeth of both
i t never stand below] stump protect a saw

\,11( .' while tree ia falling. .carrying and when laid aside. STEPSTOOL
} '', :I Look out for leaningtrees. // carrying cross-cut saw ::!1 Absentee Voting

3 F P'd A 'over shoulder be sure teeth ''. I Pr
1' ) voting in the November
:. ;'s 1 a;, Look out for trees with flX face out (away from body). ._ /7 General Election will begin 3.95
t' :. butts. '.rfn...* Always keep handles of l I R
.j ': ; rotten Monday, October 23 and will The rtepi
':'"' tI In carrying an axe grasp it close to head tools clean and free from grit. Sl' continue through Friday, Nov. and thett'i pout

:/' :" i'I,' handle to rear; never swing it by the handle Kerosene may be used for oas 3. Voters who expect to be away a handy llttiiBteplaMet

t J/: you walk. cleaning. - from their home precinct on L : !

p \;:; Never stand on lower side of felled tree Never walk on lower tide of a log or any election day should obtain ballots t !!zI-, -

:/I '1 when cutting to log lengths, unless it has other moving object. from the County Judge between
r, '.t ,been blocked to prevent rolling. In trimming always stand on opposite side those dates. Fit-O-Motif CovenSTANDARD

,' ..f) ',' Remember a properly fitted properly used of truck from branches you are removing.

li tool suited to your hand mean fewer accidents ;t Always be alert) to danger to yourself and To Manage Station

Is 1:, less fatigue'and bigger pay. others. Van H. Carden has resigned I Reg. 83c Self-Polishing Floor Wax, qt. 65c $11.45

4' his position with the Bradford lip
;, ?' sou/cfi rotrwooo DIVISION' WAR PRODUCTION SOARBv Hardware. Company and will Reg. 52c Self-Polishing Floor Wax, pt. 39c
manage Gay's Service Station IetitMM

4p IM CfllNTl.flllfl'IT Fl.Ollllttl fOl IIT. IInIFonn IN CIl.tMfKMV. '. New WatchmakerTo a* their guests Thursday night I until the first of the year. Adolph Reg. 49c Cream Furniture Polish, pt. 35c

: Mr. .. Gay owner, is leaving the station -
1' *, Kelly's aunt, Mr A. Williams J
< .
It. Fowler Plaintiff' Itnxa Locate
v" HereWm.
t ..... temporarily because of ill
4 I Fowler' .i.efeudsnt.. Cane No. of Cincinnati!, Ohio.
i ) : ; i 3372. health. BATTERY

OIUlKK/ OK' PIIIILIfATIOM' H. Clarke, who has been o!,__ __________._______ 28-Piec Gly.a lone conomloilPOlOHIVlH
8TATK: OKFMmiMA\ to IU.MI''I IH.. aoHOciated with Harley F. Strong Fire-King e.rriee. WoU.llaUt ud
Fowler whose reMl. known: I EVERY BRANCH OF t
.t ",- You hro r''*<|iilr'.'d to nppeni. on past two and a half yeartt, will TAIIIAE
Novvmbrr 13., 11141. hi the nhovo I .
(A ((1 nnni.*
'i., {' 't t,'' 'ounty plaintiff Telmruph Ki-t-kx. llvi.ri-e.Khali .publish IVmHoril!Ihlo Starke within the next few clays. I 3n:5uranceI \\ \\\1'\ '''I'I/I', ICE rk.: SPARK
tinder In nuxt four weekly INNUre. It will be located In the souvenir /
WltnvHH my tin, nil and official' "
F , r' ' 4 Meal' at 12. SliuKe.1941.OI"FIC"AL,. Florida' thin Octolicr hop! across from the bank on I \. ,< : :, $3.69 ,J 1'IXfiS,

ty ( alL) A. J. Thorium, South Walnut St. . '
A.. Clerk of -. Full service for four. '
miUI' I I nnrt. ) BsantTf -
Sherman Conn ol II 1 '< :: .fJj 65c
R. If. Diiiifun .liK'kHiinvlllH, Flor y will be I 1 f ol hobnail pattern.
; ;c ida. Atty. for I'lf. 10H-| 4t-31S:\| associated In the businenn with H. C. WALL .:. guarantee., ; Etd,h

-.----.-.-.-.-.--.-, Mr.\ Clarke and they plan to offer 9 e S.hd/
: + I>O YOIT.KN'OW ABOUTROACHES a line of Jewelry in the future. ; Regularly 5.69 W'b ere
I I /aS Old n,.
1 I.
,'., .r ? Lawtey Red Cross l motor Guaranteed to start roil
} primdi
1j, : { "" >j, When, you right rnnrh N you The Red Cross Home! Nursing Service Over 50 Years smoother operation n
try try to get rid of them all, not
lust kill lhif few that,Yuu ran courses are being: held. in the Walnut FinishCARD inonej back.
? 1 t liltv I Hi spray or dust or that i
1 I walk Into, a powder by .acrldent.. city hall at Lawtey each Friday. 1. Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED
All ladles in the
Lawtey community
___ '
are urged to enroll at the I m'
j nOAOIi KILLER next meeting as that will be the -

'+ , IS DIFFER K NTItimclKn last opportunity for et rollment.The .
k" ent It heraimn they course Is being conducted. by ADS $7.95
'1I'rl 1{ like It. They dry.up., and. dle. Miss Eunte B. Willis, a Red Cross Whittling
'j Hone man and to DM*. Nun-polMonoim' to nurse. I VK//* KETTLE
|bete.4yl "r ii
{ FOIt t."".y' strawberry FOR SALECocker A baMtlfol tibia that will gin
15c and 25c Pkgs. plants grown from, :Maryland, pups thoro-
4yl stork, $M pi cr thciuKimd In lots bred three months old, normal years of servlc Hand lacquered 1.49
1 k , at Mi's. E. M. Gunter of West of 1000 or more. Writ* for
j In th, bniLx.. --cj.epeeSal C.I'hiipp'l. -. and In fine condition. C. M. finish stain and -reeiatant. Mad of
Sistrunk Feed and Palm Beach, Mrs. Grady Lanler II. e. !lox 94>H! South Tumey State Prison, Ralford. Class, easy /' ,
and Mrs. Deulah Revels, of Miami ..I.irkxonvlllFlu.. l2:! -3tpFKKSII to ke.psparkllDg I
: t. Seed Co. are visiting their mother. 2tp __

I r3, HTAKKK. FLORIDA MI'''. Virginia Futch and their I I'ntiliry: IS--Dully: "'urm,\ :X I mlli-x nt Wnixllii'north of WANTED 1 cord of 22 Inch qll'ln.BALBI cle nl. Iwo- ==';. ._
;1 Mlg. by McIMiall Product brother and sister-In-law. Mr. Waldo on niiid 1.1. llflow calling, wood; half oak and half pine, ;
1 1 j Orlando. Fla.r and Mrs. E. M. Futch this week. why pay more? tl13-4tp| for fire place. Mrs. A. E. SALES

1 ---------- Mr. and Mr. II. C. Kelly had FOIL 1.-On. 2-ltorKff Webster Moltt; 503 W. Madison> St.;
farm wnpron In first CIIMH condition. Starke. TRUMPET
1 Can ti* Hfpn at II. I* Johns Itp ,
} It farm, 10 iiillrH went on nfffhway TUBE
1:t' :' ,; ) The Very Finest 21, turn right at ITlenfn station FOR reasonable AALF.'nre otter: In Starke. Any 1IORIV KIT
t !. :2-i: mil.. 1084tp.KOFI | 9091! Hawthorne Jackson Write Reg. 190 REPAIR

:h.l i : L1I'\ : Fruits & Vegetables and jlALI'-1 1 motor In Crane..\.1 condition water/ pump with 11113-atp.vllle or Telephone 6-59i'3.:: .= .. I Radiator' 13c

WJ new tank fee Nat Sternberir at HELP WANTED-Young white
''i ', ,I the Htor 10.6 Ztp"KRMANRNT Flushaoc t
woman with 1 child to 249 kl'
':: 'I'r r {I ,: At Reasonable Prices house for working Mother keep in 4he for repair It
1 : WAVE nc! Do your Imo'
Has rubber
:!': O own Permanent with Charm exchange for room and board. baaatifal. powerful

ti fI",l' NO SUNDAY 'Kurl Itirlttdinff Kit.40, Complete curlem' and equipment Hhantpoo. Inquire at Wonder Gift Shop.It metalnstra tone.Handaom.finish Roman gold *.<*. . Liquid ._. .
.rl' SALES "JA"Y Co do, absolutely harnilenH.PralKctl Red Resister or
I by thousands 'Including Reg. 2.95 LlgaldS.lder. ...... 39c
y ; -.l 1I l Get All You Want Up To Midnight mar.FRYIc'K..nale! Money ,refunded glamorous. 'If movie notuntlvfled. FOR onable BALK price.-Good Can farm be mule Been, reas at <
r;'{ Koi'h'8 TUB Store. farm Hellbronn Springs. J. R.
l, ,
1" Wainwright. -
ii' Saturday aln-1St1111t! | ll13-2tp|
'u -. d .._ ._ ,
----- ---- 1.tIMT-Black
k':t i P "t Ct! F'j - -------- change puree Satur:! t
,, I I';j\:' )J.:' E: .1I of money. Contains but only 2 rings email of amount.aentl
mental value. If found,
/ : Leon Dicaiidio I money and return ring to now keep- r ,.
i ',l'/i :, ; :. Luke paper office or to me. Mr. Olen Itp 4.-- e
v I
.1.1' ;. I CALL & CII RRY STS. 'I'I'I l"oH" direction tiAI.K-Ke..'lrr ptge. Inquire.
i at Standard Oil a .
Stai C
Ii i tion. Keyntnne Height V. w
d 1'i I ''Nf. :' ingl.right, Keystone: 'llthf;;.

WILL PAY I FOR t H..mlnllrlon SALE' -Practically portable' new Model 1 4 1
FOR ITS. 2ln. S-Hpeed electric' fan _
condition 6100 One lot 59c Values
OR Kn Reg.
$150 MOREper x 100 on Weller 8t.-W. O.

_ I mo. for modern house LAKE Hall.PLACE FOR SALE-10'6-2tp ISO'| foot /4 Your Choice 39c
IJ lake
1 with at least 3 bedrooms in Wlnrile front.Hotel See Mm.Jackson Maude vial.Crewi.. Grade A

J l Starke Keystone Heights, .. 10| -3tp Tar & Oil Remover

? iy f Apartment CourtKleven or at Kingsley Village. FROM QualityCamelback Chrom Reflector

Mf k I : Units. Total income Phone 51 or cull i at Room ROOMSFOR Tplf / S Poliih
}' ; $3 a.& Monthly. 12, Magnolia Hotel.
Ftd r 1p S 6.00-16 Top Dreij'ngBlack
{ $ PRICE 59,500 CASH
--.- .. RENT The
r w. ''-' --
ti rL -t100 \J
tlCW.VIUI for arrant of 500 YDS. S 7.00AU Touch-Up
person who broke
Into my house
.' Wednesday. Cleaner
.. morning I between 4 FROM B GATE Airto
and 5 n'rlock.' lleward will be .
tald' to officers work done by factory-tnncI Was
party. experts AU \ Polishing
for Information workmanship fully

{ I 1J4 Home and Income leading In""y( to OrirflH.nrrent' of guilty party.lip Larry's Place NO RATION guaranteed CERTIFICATE NEEDED PrWa Cleaner Polish.

6 rooms, new, three now u' Hit SAI-K-iaa ford pickup truck BOOMTOWN

.'44 : f1lf6 rented $62 per month. unfurnished. with tires three In fair good('on"U tire Ion.and Truck two (0- - T' -
q mny be seen at the County barn
'ti Ht 8'00 A. M. or at 4oo: P.M. FO SALE-1 western saddle' <
:j$4r ,, ; TRICE $3,500, CASH $1,350 A Court.. J. Thomas, Clerk of Circuit 170.00., Larry'. Place Boomtown new).
10| -3tp.OST tp J. P.

$ -Illn red Duroo male marked M100L: BEl. springs and mattre.. ROBERTS MOTORS
} q two very smell nlck each ear. -wlal' ell or trade for rollaway
Reward. Notify A. K. McKln- hed.-Mrs Lapp., US ft:. Church
nay Itt W. Cull St. ll -2tpP I st- lip

W. T. Clute STItAYKl: Black Dodge e
; M. r' REALTOR milk TOU cow WOULD, stock. BUT cows OR SFU beet puppy, extra laritn.Newfoundland Antwerp to Plymouth
> , name of Flora Reward
cattle stock for return 600
bull or hogs, TEMPLE
'In vet to Dr. N. E. Mlddleton. AVE. FLA.
much with J. Itp
O. O
City. Telephone 41 Lake City. d..len"I.l Mrs. Bertha Individually Listen to the Voice of Firestone
I 118-44 West Madlaon St. pearc..t 724tp, 109 every Monday evening over N. B. C.PAGN .


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I It r TELEGRAPHOfficial

County Publication Established In 1877

- STARKE. YLOltlDA..UU.'TOIU<:R 1*. 1914 _ _
-Lim-iLUL _
? ?
lRTC Instructors Celebrate First Anniversary'ie I SRt Elliott has reflected great I

m___'" ,_.. m _..... ,.._._._, _____ credit upon himself and the FARM NOTES Mayor and Fire Chief Ask CooperationOf
: Armed Forces of t1\ e United
: M : States." By I* T. Oycr County Agent

Farm Is Public In Fire Prevention EffortsThis
: CUTS: UllnlIlYKE Machinery no longer
rationed. This
means that tractors -
September 10 was", his birthdayand
j I farm machinery and water.
Sgt. Ovid Lewis of Brooker pumps may be purchased without Is Fire Prevention Week I i seas but also by self-Interest, In-

I was presented with a huge birth- purchase certificate. I and In a statement calling attention a-trnuch aa property lost by fire
to the President's proiulnmatlon. cannot for the
most part, be replaced -
I day cake by the Non-Commls-. ( ''I|>|IM.r wire for farmstead wiring S
Fire Chief U. C. Uuford until after the
' stoned Officers' Club at the Mississippi still war.
' S ; requires a purchase certificate
urged all citizens to take an un- Klimlimln! llu/jinN
t- "' Ordnance Plant where he which may be obtained at
Is now stationed my office tiRti.illy active part In this yenr'H "It 1 110 Imperative, then, that all
tw c I campaign to eliminate fire luiz111 homes, factories. warehouses, office -
., I Lumber Is still rationed and ds and louses' buildings and farm premises
7 purchase certificates must be obtained
-1! Buford, In citing" the serious bo thoroughly and periodically
to lumber for farm I
:' losses due to fire and their near Inspected ItO that fire hazard.
3 S 4t S k purposes' except when cut fromfarmer's I disastrous. effect on the war effort may be detected and eliminated.I "
'- : own timber or bought
c lu many communities I I! Mayor Darby concluded.,
from email sawmill tlirounhoiit tho United Sillies, Asked specifically what cl'lzens) 'JIi'

-E Slaughter pormlN for, selling; (diew I attention to the fact I that might do to aid In fire prevention ;
I Ip dressed beef or poik are not required hero In Staike IOSNPS from fire during the coming year Chief i' \

by fa. r I11NS However, lime been less dining the past Duford wild, "Fires, like wounds, ; ;
they are required. 10 collect ration year than In any other In the can bt kept from becoming erIOIIH ', ,

\ points. recent history of the fire depart by first' aid( treatment. FirefightIng m

\\'intcr legumeN/ of Blue Lupine: ment. equipment Is thereforeas i

\ Austrian Winter Pens, and Vetch Although forty runs have been essential to the home as awellslocked l<
? are being planted I by several made by the department thIs. medIcine kit. Fire

: farmers for soil building. These year, property damage wa negll- extinguishers ore effective aids. I to,:
T5' are very fine fertilizer. crops and ble, he declared. A pall of water a small hose ant !:If';

'4 '$SSS more farmers should plant them The Fire Chief Bald/ [ that he pails of sand are also part of any yf..
'. : for their noil's sake. first aid fire-fighting kit. !
S k s Fg October In wished to thank the people of ,
r the month to plant these crops. Staike for making tills record "Thin. Is an Ideal time! to pro. ;" !

$ T : Those who expect to plant any possible, pointing out that he believed ; vide the home with this. equip- /

of these winter legume crops that this record wa. due I ment. Throughout the year It '
SS SS, S S j S S should obtain full information to citizen help In observing Fire should be regularly checked to 'III 'II/, l'I

from this office aa. to planting, Pl'eventionVeek all through the I make sure It Is In good working .

fertilizing, and the soil conservation year. condition end It should always ';f

"Infantry' : .n Replacement Training Center this rifle. -Cpl. Crcasey;; I is'one-of' the original- -;cad: r em en I payment to be ..expected.IVriui "My most sincere wish" Is that ': be so placed that is Immediately '

completed a fall year of training cycles during who came to Camp Blanding 450:>> strong on August The size of the cake and the I Auction sale will be held this record may be continued available should a fire breakout / I, ,'.
h thousand* of men have been prepared for 23, 1943, and began sending men through their "satisfaction, with which Sltt LewIs at the Farmers' Market at Starke during the year to come," hM declared. in any part of the house. "!.;.
1 ng on foreign fronts. The above scene Ical training cycles the following month. Cpl. Creasey I received it may be seen from again this year. All pecan: producers Continuing, Duford said( "One ,'
l of stores of In." nnces. Cpl Howard F. came here from Camp Wolters, Tex. The trainees the above photograph. Helping are asked( to gather theirpecans Flro Hints War llffnrt: of the major fire hazard. that ''t
,c; of Company A, 191st Battalion, is shown at in the photograph are left to right I'vU. Joseph n. him to enjoy It were his bride ofa Mayor Charles A. Dniby, too, hould be eliminated In every 'Ii"i '.
dry and( sack them keeping -
IS he instructs.. trainees in the use of the M-l I'olkus, Henry Cnesnick, and John Keye1l.I few wes and friends at the varieties separate. The sales was enthusiastic In his appeal to home Is accumulations. of rubbish r

club. will be held on Tuesdays, and the! people of Starke to continue ; and this name rubbish may z
formed for aasault and bore downon contain materials useful to the
their efforts to keep the community .if
Service Parade date of first sale will be an-
the town, a wedge being AT GKKAT: LAKES nounced later.Signal free from excessive losses war effort. Waste paper, rags, '

formed by the platoon of which I ,J. K Denmaik of Siarke, Mel- by fire. old clothes, old mattresses, furniture \'
|" nnd frlrnil of ....d.-. mm nrv ...k... to bring news It..... and '. .
.. lu I'hr Trlritrnph for puhllrntlnn. Krrvlpr m.*n nnd womrm Pvt. Johns was a member vln Belton Anderson of Brooker. "President Roosevelt", the Mayor boxes, broken toys and other ,
Lbnl fit write The Trlmrrnph trlllnv of their nrtltltlr Peppering doors and windows form L. Hall! of Hampton and For VDayAt said, "has warned the people hazardous accumulations '

with rapid fire, the Browning Hail: Ray Batten of Starke are of this country that in many should be cleaned out (during Fire )!
IER:S! MEET: SERVING OVERSEAS Automatic Riflemen of the Platoon receiving their initial Naval Indoctrination Its meeting Council here TuesdayOct. cases, the war bits been impededby Prevention Week and turned over ;
3 the decidedthe
R. E Jones, serving with I Charles Phillips Edward, son including Pvt. Johns paved at the U. S. Naval City a mounting toll of preventablefire to authorized salvage collecting
when (
Ih Engineers in the 'South ,I of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. EdwardsIs the way for the band of grenade- Training Center, Great, Lakes, signal news of V-nay> losses. Although Starke agencies." K',

e, and Seaman 1-c Odell serving overseas In the European tossing doughboys/ who followed. III. When their recruit training Is In Humps: Is received blasts should. be proud that she has. not Chief Buford also wishes to 44
(or "Mutt", as he is known Theatre with a Field Ar- The attackers, who had expect- completed they will receive a upon five one-minute as contributed perceptibly to this remind citizens that this la the 1

allvea and friends) had a tillery Battalion. He was Inducted 1",1 to have chow that night In period of leave, loss, the fact remains that, as a time for burning off the vacant

S reunion rece n t \ y. ..someIn Into,service June 15, 1943. first .they .captured<) .... Negro ScoutTroopIs nation, we are steadily losing lots about the city which always II

New Guinea.. and received his replacement were now established in another Thief Gets $100 ReorganizedThe ground on the home front. despite present R "fire problem". The .
training at Fort Bragg. N. C. He I fire department If advised of the I .
town. Dinner had been delayed, our winnings on ,the battle. front,
enjoyed a furlough at home In but it was a better meal than From Bradford InnA local Negro Scout Troopwas to one of man's. oldent enemies time that property, owners wishto !

June of this year. had been expected. The Germans reorganized recently under . destructive fire. burn off their lot will be glad
burglar broke Into the Hracl-
had been attacked while at the supervision of A. A Gay of "Therefore as mayor of Starke, to cooperate by "standing by" to I S
ford of
CHAPMAN NOW MAJOR their evening meal and left potatoes I j last Inn Wednesday morning, the Jacksonville office. An advisory I urgently request. every citizen prevent any possible danger to ,q
week about 4 o'clock to raid
Robert S. Chapman son of tomatoes white bread, I and planning committee i and every organization to heed adjacent property at the time the
Supt. and Mrs. L. F. Chapmanof onion salad, bean stew and cheese I the cash register of about windowIn $100 wan named which consists! of the President's appeal I urge lots are burned, he laid.nuford I"X,

the State Farm has been pro- for the conquerors. and escape through a the bar Prof. A. O. Jenkins of the colored! them to unite their efforts( under also pointed out that :
moted from the rank of Captainto a room adjoining high school as chairman. George the leadership of Fire Chief Bu special films dealing with fire ,: ;

that of Major, He has been room. Little an Treasurer, and A, T. ford. This. should be Inspired not prevention are being shown at all ;

overseas for 18 months and is in IN MARITIME SERVICE Police the window investigated sill fingerprintson and other Paul, Joe Morris, and Saul Hank- only by patriotic motives In sup theatres In the city as an educational ;*"

the Service Group (correspondingto Leonard T. Johns, son of L. smooth surfaces where the thief erson. The Rev Alexander Mor- port of our boys fighting over. movie short this week i''
the Quartermaster) with the C. Johns of Hampton, Is Jr. selected scout
now was known to have been In an gan, was an ;
14th Air Force under Gen. Claire enrolled at U. I I '
the S. Maritime
U has also seen duty In effort to apprehend him. master. of boys from each room between' '
uropean Theatre of warfare. Chennault In China and India. Service\ Training Station in St Meanwhile Lindsey Griffis. proprietor Thin scout troop Is being sponsored the ages of 12 and 15. All negro Yok keep: baying r

has been in the South Major Chapman was commis- I Petersburg, where he is now tak- of the Inn, has offered a by the colored high school, ministers are respectfully requested -

fc area since last February.are sioned 2nd Lieutenant upon grad -... Ing general reward of $100 for Information, and at present enrollment i Is! be- to offer their services as WAR BONDS
the sons of Mrs. Ednaof uation from the University of courses in first I leading to the arrest. ing limited to a certain number there will be work for all. ,
Starke, who also has anIon Florida In Jujce: 1941. He receivedhis aid, firefighting, '
degree in business administration Ilfeaaving. g e n- I
staff Sgt. Walter and law and was admittedto eral seamanship .. ,-
serving with the AirIn m.
England. the bar.Another etc. He hopes to ]

son of Supt. and Mra. enter the EngineDepartment Have a "Coke" = Here's your reward $

"ESSES( OF INTEREST Chapman Lt. Col. L. F. Chapman soon
Eugene M. Long. 241 OTU Jr., is serving with the where he will .. 6 '\
Spct D First Marine Division in the Pa- take up, such "MII
AAAF, Geneva,
oka. cific. subjects as rig- I
ging, boilers, engines -
Ralph B Starling, Motor
Cr Service NOW IN MIAMI gun nery @!
Bn., M. B., '
Pendleton. Oceanside, Calif. Lt. F. M. Williams is now at and other practical subjects need-
K M, the Army Air Forces :Redistribution ed to prepare a seaman for a t
Harrington, Co. F, '.'
'Tnt Fort Station In Miami Beach for career In the U. S. Merchant "
Bennlng, Ga.
': reassignment after completing his Nt"
Denmark Marine.
A-S. Co. 1835.
14 tour of duty outside the United I
Regt USNTC, Great
III StateD He his wife and! their RECEIVES MIA'KK STAK ,

young son have been visiting in Staff Sgt. Keith H Elliott of 'Ii,
MICY TECNICIAN Starke with his parents, Mr. and Starke has received the Silver I .7 / ,

Merle L. Packham son of Mrs. T. S. Williams. Star for gallantry In action according -

111' Mrs W. W. Packham of to an announcement from
Ia. TILL IN HAWAIIMrs. Mediterranean Allied Air Force
graduated.from the Ar-
narmacy Technician School Mary E. Sparks recently Headquarters In Italy. The citation -
Pato Texas { -ent In a subscription renewali stated:
on Oct. 10
the i degree of "Honor Stu- i her son, Sgt. A L. Sparks "On August 10, 1914. Sgt. Elliott

He la stationed at Camp who Is still in Hawaii. participated in a bombing

fr Ala and is coming homeon Her other son, Cpl. B. E. mission against a vital enemy oil

| a short furlough. He is Sparks: !, returned several weeks center In Rumania. Over 1 h e
hate' of BHS., ago from a long tour of duty target his aircraft was severely'
-, i i la: the South Pacific.' He was damaged by Intense enemy anti-
.l/'\ES PKOMOTIOX sent to Miami for reassignmentand aircraft fire and Sd. Elliottwas

sst!; J. M Davis of Camp. Is now In California. Injured by Shell fragments. Observing -
'"s bas received word otj: that the ball turret gun-
"motion of his half-brother. EATS GERMANS' PINNERPvt. ner was seriously wounded. he -
I II, '' Mangum. from the Azure W. Johns rifleman successfully removed him from i

of Sergeant to Warrant Of. !('I with the 168th Infantry, veteransof the turret and rendered first

., He nan been In the Army more than 300 days of combat aid. An intense fire broke out in ,
:\ Ytara and with General i service, was "In" on the captureof the waist of his aircraft and after

a Fifth Army in the Euro- I Rome and ha lately been covering the wounded, gunner I

Theatre for 25 months. He i seeing plenty of action' during his with his own flying suit with _
the' outfit'a attempt to breach the complete disregard for his per in Nassau -
.. Bronze Star for merl- I . .or being 'enrtce In direct support Gothic Line In Italy. sonal safety he battled againstthe

)lnat\ operations in Italy. on: Exhausted the mountainous after taking Fifth a Army town spreading order to flames.abandon Receivingthe ship, although Underwater exploring in homemade diving helmet is a novel sport ia the -

I IRI( R.f'TIA3nNT: front In northern Italy, Pvt. realizing the Imminent West Indies. Out the refreshment that's always welcome afterwards Is the S ,
Bryan Harrell. of Mr. John's company drove on without danger of explosion he securedthe "
'.r v B. Harrell of Miami, rest to gain another hilltop and parachute oh the wounded same as here in the States-ice.cold Coca-Cola. la Nassau as in New York, ..

rly! of Starke another village. The gunner and succeeded in sliding ' _ .
has been capture that makes interlude after strenuous work '
aled him from the stricken aircraft. tbpans refreshes a refreshing or :
from the Department tired men were stoic as they accepted _
l'1namet: at Lowry Field. and obeyed the order, Only after he was assured that play. In m.oylaads around the globe, Coca-Cola has become high-sign! of high sip
"I'. COlorado "Take the hill directly north of he could be of co: further aid to )

craft Armament deals with I you." the plane, did he parachute to friendliness, i just as it is in your own home. -
JtraUon and maintenance of Reaching the hilltop at the end safety. A few moments after he "Cofce"= Coca-Cola

1Is used on Uncle Sa=rt of a fatiguing climb they looked jumped, the plane exploded In Ic's natural for popular names
'bolnbt-r and fighter down Into a town dug out of the mid-air. By his conspicuous gallantry IOTUID UNDII AUTHOIITT OP THI COCA.COIA COMPANY SY _ co acquire friendly abbrevla-
Harren planes. 25 German determination and Intense l.Clon*. That's why you hear
entered the sera hillside and STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Coca-Cola called "Coke".
June 5, 1944" at Keesler soldiers moving about In the I devotion to duty, aa evidencedthroughout
MUIII h I. combat
The entire company ..
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R" '! "'t .II..
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, .. .. . . e e . Bingo. Each of the prizes con- Woodward of Tampa who where last week-end with Mr. and :Mrs.J. -----"""" "' .."" -" ''' '''
.It ", I slated of a number of savings from Friday until Sunday, P. Warren.Mr. .- -- '---..........
1' : \t;;) State Farm HtampH. Those playing were MIH and Mrs. E. J. Fynn of Orange and Mrs. i E. G. Land were .- _

Charted Turncy, Mrs. John Tur- Park who was their Sunday din In Mayo on Sunday, October 1. .., "

':'q.1',!II 1 t, I ; .. .IJy. Mrs.. IJrjnnhitricli. . . .. !. ney Mrs. P. D. Fancher, Mrs, ner guest.R. for the service, In memory of their) .. p.0a .
,1/'.I:','", Martin diner, Mr H. M. W. Erannen Is upending this non Corp Roy Land who was (: i I
1'I' r ( 1''( t't}, ltllm PARTY Rlcharde, Mrs. Robert Kite Mrs. week In the southern part of the killed In action In Fiance. Mrs !:
1 ,; ? +, Mrs. Oscar Partney entertained L.. "'. Chapman Mrs. David! Skolnik. state on a flailing trip with Cecil Hill of Zephyrhllls returned ..;:" II

')1 I' at three tables of bridge Thurs- MI'''. W. N. North Mrs. Tom tends from this section. from Mayo with her parents and .. '_ _ __ .
t .
" ay'N day afternoon of last week. Arrangements Conners and Mrs. Bryan Whit- Mrs M D. Carte returned to visited them until last Monday. ._ -
I of fall flowers lent fIeld. Mrs. R. P. Stubbins Sr., her home Saturday after having Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ford of ,
ar R ;ii1ii p'I \:ff ,qr AU. color to the room used for the I Mrs. J. M. Bradley and Mrs. R. been In the Farm hospital and In Linden, Alabama, were guests of :>
tfi r ".' ,: party. At the end of the pro- P. McLendon joined! them at tea the home of< her son-in-law and Mr and Mrs. L. F. Chapman and
'r(' . I time and Mrs. Partney served Ice daughter Mr. and, Mrs W G. Mrs. Fielding Important
; ;r, KreHMlons Mrs L. F Chapman of their daughter ;
"" \ was holder of high score and Mrs cream and cake to her guests. Slilngffllow, for a week on account Chapman, last week-end. 11 Peace
.1 tl': ' R. P. McLendon waa lucky inSTROUTe1Ll.a 'En of an Injury from a fall. Petty Officer 3-c and Mrs,
( route from Macon Ga, to Mr and Mrs Lester Chesser Enlce Bradshaw and children of
.' Sarasota for the winter Reason and children Adrel and Estelle,
,< Atlantic Beach spent Sunday' with
,.I'J'f ,: Mrs. Charles Caldwell was with of Gainesville spent last! weekend
Mr. and Mr*. R. H Cox in War!
Mr. and Mrs J. G. Caldwell and
HKAL with Mr and Mrs. J. A. Chesser Lt. Alva Fowler, who Is on us
family from! Tuesday until Sunday
I ATI3flrrmirmt Accompanied by her guests, leave at her home In Lake But-
y .
,'j1"' riilvrrtlarr of en Pvt. and\ Mrs! Odell Gauthern, Mae Fowler of
'' "' ler, Miss Nettle
+' 1 t-' .?? adles. ofe Ilome.-Merm.r. Mrs R. H Tyson returned Fri- Mrs. M. C. Roberts spent last Lake Butler and their guest, Sgt.
A..Ir.( Doyen from all over the day from Jacksonville! where she Thursday with her sister, Mrs luncheon
I World. Free open llatlnar. Tries were Saturday
u t visited Mrs Mary Luck for several Dana Duke in Lake Butler. Martin
;! E.A.STROUTREALTYAGENCY 1 guests of Mr. and Mrs.
; p4. days Mrs. Luck was a former Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Hogan had
; ", ;,J! :P RrpresentedLocally Farm lealdent as their visitors last week-end, Grlner. Few products are playing a more vital role in winning

? : J ,fl I by I Mr and Mrs J. W. Woodward\ Mr and Mm." .1, M. Harrison . . . . . . the war than pulpwood. And the South is
\ : : ? " .4i F. C. IIOLI.INCSWORTfl I hall as their guests last week-end Mrs. Raymond Geiger and Miss proudof

.4 t tit'S. 't ', S, ri4+ 116 S. Walnut Bt.AFf their daughter Miss Jacqueline Elde Thomas of Jacksonville. GrahamBy the fact that about half the nation's supply of this
( I
" r Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher
. r spent the past week-end with Mr. I' Mrs. T. I... Cary essential war material 'comes from this area.

}i Prompt Service Careful Drivers and Mrs. W. W. McCrary In . . . . . S a aELEV
', I ,
; Out of war-time
9" Jacksonville developments will come a greatly
!. r'J Mrs. T. T. Fillyaw and Mrs. CHURCH OFFICERS

!J t. i : STARKE TAXI SERVICE W. E. Flllyaw of A burn, Ga., At the regular meeting of the enlarged field for pulpwood products and the South
came Tuesday to visit Mr. and Baptist Church Sunday night, the
:.\\1'II1 andMACK'S Mrs" M D. Young Mrs W. E. members decided to ask Mr. can look forward to a vast post-war market for this
Fillyaw returned to her home on Knight of Maxvllle\ to Pastor the

= ft; } Thursday while Mrs T. T Fill- church for the coming year Mr. important crop.

TAXI SERVICE yaw remained for a longer visit. Knight will preach, for the morn- ._-''''1.I"-\'r! >J''''' ::1'--; '
', Mr. and Mrs J, T. Fillyaw of Ing and evening services on the fJ:;:<+"''''',' $" '#: }\\\4'y. "
I ; ';$ "' 'XI" "
< '
;: ; " "
Lake Butler were here with their third Sunday !In this month and : .f4', ;' '': '
; '
: 'f : f;
r' Phone 150 I'elatlves.fonday.: give his answer to the Church at @; H :.f5<;; .';, n'n' 'c''e' ; 0gua, ",'i
t. : Day Night Mrs. Byron Watkins of Ft. that time. The following church ", :;::( ?:' "J./ A- Ity
; '\ : :, Lauderdale is visiting her bro- officers were elected to serve for ".. ''.bcwnaSvafdWataM.w irF
< "
", < ther-in-law and Mister, Mr. and the coming year: John Surrency, "r -%.,;:r"y.\ ....
e- .,. "
Mrs. C. M Turney. Clerk; Berry Dyal Treasurer; ",;/ /,, "," ;'''' "
( ': '' '
{& <, >'.''
'' ',' Mrs, J L Robinson and Mm, and Mrs. Harvey Starling, Sun- ,/'.' <' :":,>,''N'"'",',',,<,,.;!
I II W. H. Parker visited relatives in day School Superintendent. The ",'..:'0/:'to>>" ""
Hastings and Palatka on Friday present Pastor. Rev" L. GG. Hemingway

and Satin'day. At that time their of Starke, is going to Only the best is good enough for our boys, and you
f ,,1;, i guest Mrs A. M, Stevens returned serve as pastor of the newly org
; t, to her home In Hastings anized church In the China Grove can't make the best munitions and supplies from
f rt :Mrs S, R. John, Jr., and section. He has been in charge
: ,( children\ Linda Ann and Randy, of the Graham. Baptist church wood that is rotted, charred or excessively crooked

,,,1' : of Starke were with Mr. and since January 18, 1036.
,I $ Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde and family and knotty.
I "" s, Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Clyde Stiickland\ and
lt: !;' I I Mrs Charles Priest and Mrs. small daughter left last week for Make every axe-stroke count. Cut only wood that
. Ann Talley of Tallahassee spent Nichols to visit Mr. and Mrs\
1.> :ott \\i' Elijah< Strickland and family. is sound and straight.A .

; 41' From there she will go to New
{ r i.i i. '
i wo TFIRSTI'D Jersey to visit Pvt. Clyde Strick
Waadln'a pick-up truck

c : burned In his garage one morning *.
I us" 66.6Cold last week. Extensive damagewas 'It"
1 '. i t Fcptl-Cota Company, Long Island City N. Y. done to the dashboard and
;.,J, :, J ll }l Franchised nuttier: 1'EI'MI-COLA BOTTLING CO. of Jacksonville.. ,
Preparations directed. : wiring system and cab was '
; as "
"1',1'41.' \. ',.1" I almost totally destroyed I VICTORY, PULPWOOD COMMITTEE :

ILJ.B'f \ W. S. Rivers USN is home on U ,
11f? leave from Camp Peary, Va., and L. T. DYER I Chairman. hn
Morris Kelly, USN, is expected j
.4 ; ,V _ to arrive this week from "boot" I.. D. Vininar, Hal Edwards, Lester Kite, .
.t. camp. They are the brothels of .
tam Hogan Smith, Tyler Jones, J. K. Douglas k 11
:Mr. and Mrs.\ George Rivers and g
will upend some time here with -

,,' them.
l Mrs. Clyde Strickland, Mrs.
I Roy Reynolds, Mrs Russell Star-
Mt1j ling, Mrs. Austin Fowler,, und VALUE '
Mis. Ward were shopping in '
Gainesville one day last week.

: i.: Mr. and Mrs George Rivers. 1. WIN I

had as guests,, this week-end, Mr.
Rivers' sister; Mrs D. L. Shaw GREAE1foYMEN1at.;

/ t and son Joe Shaw and a friend, .
j r Carl Allen of Lacrosse. .
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Edmondson
I Ii
were visiting relatives in Jack.

i 1 sonvllle over the week-end. PRICE!

WANTED Clean cotton rags
No Buttons. Highest cash M

prices paid. Bradford County PREMltl

-'Efi$. 4t :1 Lii! : Telegraph Sentinels tt NO EN JOY/r1/

vials elAXs

of Health GWZ&; * yak C 4
t to"Q. s only AX:) t l'
ar' a.: not
Don't Neglect Them (k' "R,, rri', :;.,(r .be wUl'.ste; :".. use: 1 11t'a' :'
Nature the beta ag of.
declined ,
kidney to damarveloue 5'ti :1 : \T
it, Job. Their tall la to keep the tig.ntIte: alp; <\ t
i flawing blood etream(free of an ...... of t'r j tNf,.# .' tbu: o001' 3.1tf ctt3
toile' impuritiea. The act of Uvln.-I.,. ovt of t7e
, 1 ittilf-l* constantly producing ....t. teat:; to1X'
r matter the kidneya must remove from yak
the blood If good heath I la to endure.. you atthe c. aet;
( When the k dn.y. fail to function aa :
I '{ I ; fajr. Nature Intended there le retention of lass ;
? ; ....t. that raar eauae body-wide, diatreea. -- .,
t One may auffor nagging'backache, ..;.
peralatent headache,attaeka:diaaraeaa.ettini ;:f! #'
( up nllb .. awaiting, puffineea : : ,.
under the ayea-feel tired oervoua, all ,, ;

Meet our COMMISSION AGENT I IHV worn Trequent.out acantjr or burning: paasamare .
aometlntea further evidence ol kidney -- .;: J.i'l-
tl .
s ,; I '' ,t one of the finest and one upon whom we tot great store In The or recoinland bladder diaturbance.and .help; treatment WY ,.,"".): .k P.\f.':.,(if'.,..<::;'-If'1. ;'i1":$]"'" "."'>
la diuretic : th'
%?' / these strenuous days of wartime transportation. He's a ene-maa a rid of ..medicine.... polaonoua( to body the kidneyafet ....t.. r P2J-p'S':...,.)( ws7rk' ,.ft: ",,,>...t:.]
I ,
U. Doaa'a P\llm. They have had more ,, ., 'r'5'.t': : ,iM .
; team this fellow a bus line complete In himself . ticket agent : : : pubhe, approval. Are :9> ;:, ,,,< -
""l S.. : \ dispatcher, baggage man. traffic manager. Information center all drug over.0&0...Inaiat. on "

t In one. His days are pretty !lively. Naturally he Is a very Important thaiDOANS PREMIUM\itniw\\

fi b. ,lr ; i man to Florida Motor Lines, and to those who must travel. PILLS NO

lv ? :r Because he knows a lot of people. our agent Is respected by a ago.we: I'\ot na"eeC3.Useo1"J :

!lot of people. His knowledge of Intercity transport problems and \) : 1 :Sou to "Q 'Y {ot ax,+,. \ .":y

travel service Is truly amazing . and yours for th. simple asking. ta sot I?tlcc.

That's why he .Is a key man In ours and every other bus line operation . ales 3.t tt Y tetniunt c06ts. en': ::1,,; .
a ;
a -why he's so well worth knowing by careY : snil'OPUte.tet:; :
q _saY;
r all who travel. Meet him-and let him advise cttYOU'RE long'aistarcc Valuetice:

you regarding any bus trip you plan. .got no pte1fl opt't,. beryl: '

.o'Ytne.n' mi wit you Pay;
YI / t.l\3\.e: \eo: IAXttCt
. /.4 t
. :
1 ..... \)e.tte.tI
-- ,- you may escape injury in an
XL ..._._"' _._ -PY/o Y
s accident, but you can't escape -

,,.. .:....: prSjAUFANT financial obligation. a
f J I ....-..: --" ,.'"(0:." 5" o B
Ff. Inquire about Automobileand

JJ o! Accident Insurance. .. A poYbt

( J II I I'W. .... : tlEalti ll d

....::., ,L. Charley AgencyPhone E. Johns 4i; "! iNtB agtll Ct yG I ao F Ft

% v RiDA 13 ST.\RKE. FtA.Repreter pt

fi MOTOR tine THE TRAVELERS Hartford I BREWING COMPANY i Jacksonville

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IS, 19401

(\oW your war fund dollars help every member of this family '


[st Year Bradford County failed

sera hi v In- I its War Fund Drive.le 'n"aneasye\\l\lr.tnUC'' htagclO3.S.0."recO lO. ,
ai1L given;1 '.'s : ;, br tob'sh 1\
shlFinVb aheccVuh. gsdirs6)
le e campaign was never even en Shoal.Ludo thin8s
S Cai p hi

fled here. . . 44

+iey1ptaheshe ,rY
saavtce ahenshes a ,You
J1Sve will I Iasocd
: give
% pile nale as o YvhhJOlesotne ani,,;..h.,;. daughter .. }
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has a you t b e nlities, ,. itrlp 6-the recrat.:ur'dcr. wise 1'.
', t latt, m en..Oft. 'r! dace to
must not repeat t this f failure sith 3cl' lJnitT c1
re long :, sp nK r juvenile dcGn'e' flat torn
sec n ,3 Gat

w. The War Fund includes the 55. I

Os, the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts a '" ;

/ k S

d many other worthwhile agents. .

S. Years i1! gIve' hIS little :$
appy play\Vhile ' '
moth e r' his "
$at work... .. ,
nCCcs. +m.
hospital !
tok ... r
'Lre. services "
eep a ) G
i strong_tiYheahhy,brave. >

[adford County's, quota in t the :home}:.once You again'hel Yin I P Whe);;Y.COlIJes.,:!:; :' as fi

rrent drive is $3,500 and Chair Ytou-and;::;th:'ell'Give' Ii ght1 now,8htlng g, Gi'eI men';';; ' ; b '


n Nat Steinberg is counting on ; :'

support of every patriotic citi- $*, k54


to see'that it is raised prompt- :

.. ,
fI'''' ;'

... a S

Igo 1

ase do not confuse the War "> I;!

id Drive I ..
with the War Bond : J

They are two entirely diff- .... ..,

ent efforts Both .
-- vitally inriant .


'I, HIM'" spent 93.000.000 Aid member agency of the National War wi
for during the first nine month. i>f
athletic auppIlcM and recreational equipment for
Ear prleuner.Prls'tn...... tai
I end Aid hilts .portM material, reading: maeducatlonal NATIONAL WAR FUND .
th"m,' with the material to prisoner of war, and pro- REPRESENTING THE t tI y
"pi-rliMlical visits leadership of neutral... secretaries! who _.
t to prison ('am. Ar
_ 'I"'d.. range to of activities In the camp, from dramatic .
1 flamenes, do checker much -to .'V' .' ;. ""' ","I:'J.Ul't \!", ',.
tile "5'
men who are! held
ill HIP barbed/ I
wire .
"K* numbers of PM..onr"f 00'J- ,, .\'.
Mliioatlnal Hlucatlonal war who career careen to>! . This Advertisement Sponsored f by The Following Members of The Victory Club ."': I dry+
t ,
'ar yr
are now reaumHu -
,h I' .
h ,.
.tld Double NM"k lo War Provide PrUm.i TAVERN {WONDER GIFT SHOI At Blanding Center ''gt

+h they'f which foiloa'r meet, pursuit the G IS L A 1 N' S KOCH DRUG STORE STARKE. BEAUTY SHOP m
In civil


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II you to give generously to CAMP DINER STARKE ICE COMPANY



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I Telegraph shall publish For
..NO'IMK.: <>!" 'I"IMKlllt (. "'1'10'10 I Maifl' iiitifliate t I No II wile in' th:' I Yur IcYou on tinoidii' ,. in, IIHXL, tour weekly OD""II/. "
H'1 i S S S S S S S S S S other. John Wtlklrnon. I Id out ; ; ; : '1nHust are required to appear 'b.
'fIIKKI1: : nain." .if Mr Uuuia I K I Itaxu i 1 '. In the abovename I iBMtll-a. State of " "." ) .: 8f

of the Army now. There l III to Hennte. Illll '".. Mil,: ) "HInn I .tit I of Kald( I piupcrl}' unneiHUM October, 23rd. and 1941. wherein \\HneHH my hand, ami ninth J..rltl, i'n, ,. ,r

Hill i; IH HI IIi'I'Y I1VKN.' ( < No Was In the Court .au"e. xeal nl Htarke. Florida | 1 1 "
Clay bo a revivaL at Long/ Branch beginning :XOTICi 'I'lth'll. ( Theass'o'sinetlt plaintiff seeka divorce. EradfordC'unty States. 'r,,.
Thin' T .1. AII,'rIliliII. holder, ..r Tax num. .t IRUra Itaxlei" shall publish this tember 2
\ thin week. Oct. 8 I Is 0'ei,.tlfli. .oil es Numbered. remiectlvely, I of properly under Telegraph, four weekly "ueaWltnean ( . 8BAL,) A. J. Thorns, Florida anv..rn.r' ( 1
In h.
fly Pit. taint IflrgMSrt Day at the cliuich .-, I H mill !>S3:! iHHiicd, the 2nd, day saul ('eillfliiie No. .l ,1 .af .I" tinmi Order heat hand and official. AH Clerk of aaid Court For .

Homecoming ',t S"II| -llll..r" A. l>. Ill!lI:15 .N"; 25 INxilill me' ...tV. (I. Healu. my this Seatnhsr >- T Prank Liindrum., Stark "'lorldl. State S..r"tln. r

Maxwell: '' 1'U-I.I, Al.t.Today . Some slngei-H from Cedar Creek .P lily 4. 1'MH'! : N;... :.11 iHHUeilAn I. -.. C.rtt...t." ahall seal, ,I at 20t Starke.h., .J'I..rII.. Ally. fur l'lt. 9I2 -. | For A FI..rld. !'a'. o t .

S S S S S S S S S S S S Saturday -ii..t 7, I IlUt and No. 44 and :3fiBiHKucd rmlfcnied "" ('nrdlnJ I to law the SKAI) A. J. ThomaS, \ t:''''''ii 1 ,
Sunday. OFFICIAL ofFlorlda'oinptruli
coming '
; are urupertU'S I d,' I ( r
I HoiJteinlwi; 2...1. I 19111 I hHMfllfd I Ih..r11 \11 saul Court. % ('Iit't'IT ('SluT nitiriFonn 'hilt
An Clerk of i For
I taught cliixs down they hud a nice rain and the xiiiiie, In my nffli, and Imxmntlc ie Hold,', I.. the. hIghest on hldo.r rliil.Monduv 1 T. Frank Lundrum. Htarke, Florida 401 'VI'l. FM>IIII>.' I IV <_'IIViiil" :" ? ,,, r,r 'h.
my """
cleeil tu
, HMilliatlon' I fur I lux "I.I.u. itt10Florida.
look Wllkin for Plf. Dj22.| ( .
gardens good. Billy Month of No\em- Atty <.JOIJ Trea511.1.
I iHHlled, thereon ,
felt lie r
School I
at Sunday so hap ,",.
son hall signed. to play football Suld Certificate* M-npnfllvely em- 'her, IU44 \\hlch IB the 6th, day Frank A. Llrhtenberner. Plaintiff, Flf.I I.t,

1 py to know that I now "belong" Ilaldwln. blHfB I be foltowlIlK I I, d"'rll..d |iro|>- of N"v..rh.r. A. I). 1944 IN i-iitn'59at IT. IIIUJ.(11 vs. Hertlia. Htadlman LI.hlenherwer.Det..n"o. Superlnt.ld"1, (

;i somewhere and am helping. I with .rtle." III llu t'ounlv "if llradford 1)"II.t: thIs 2nd. day of OctoberA ('(I I' .%'II FI.OIIJ'J t'U. .! Cufo No. 3337. For St.I.',,,( F'II' :,

; Gertie Sculley says he has. Hlale I of Klorlila, tn-wlt I t : . IU. tiitv.IrvIng ONI OK PUBLICATION ". "",," "f I

am still In code /school and also been feeling better and I asked \S'i. "r, HW"\ ".r Hi-Hi: *" 13 445Kl (fiPPiriAI. SEAT.) A. J. Thomas l..h"n. Plaintiff v". Mar- NOTJ'F TO API'EAIttTtTFI ot For the State ot FlorjfL AIII/d: / ,
learning to operate a iadlo on a uf Hi/i' of SKH I of S\V 'i4-7 A Clerk of Court. l"II"tort lorle, (Cohen' Defendant Case No. ( I'JOIUn.\: HerthaStadlman (() .J u.tce, or
the to for her ... 8 S K. 22 K. iontiilnInir 'lr,1 Court tb
Chaplain pray H. I II:t Twp County, 10-6 3336. Lhht..nb..rt..r reHIdftire ( Hlat' '
1 3 ( B-21 bomber. I can hardly walt moved Into Irvin Padgett's'IOIIMP 27 A<'re... more' t>r less, In emliiurc'd I J'lorl 1l. IM "... Avenue r.m. 0'' t,

'? until December and my fin'lough.I They tinder I Miild 1 l'.rllt"'al"I No. iv cmrriT c-oi.IIT. nit 'IFOflIIlI..IY > AND OrtDETl NOTICE OP Pt'HLICATION'I'() APL'9LtItS5'ATi' Atlantic City New Jersey: One at ((I ) flaiirop2 '
.loner the
and lire very, happy. :;.i U. (- Kl.Ollllltl I l'> u..n. are. required to appear on 8tat of Fio'ldtll
\ know where the pine trees cast t FI to: RlarjorleCohen. Y..I For State
; .F Mrs. Tommie ttunter'a sister Heir nt S\V (Cur' nf NW runI I ( EIl Y. I I 0. \\'1.010.A'..... lironx. (October 30th. 1944 In th. abovenamed tonal, "Senior f'r Ib',
? long shadows and the sap lunn I! 6100( ft, Iheni-e N :.151) ft. thenre Alliui l.iivoy farter. Plaintiff. VHKaly New York: Court 01 .au... wherein ida. ot tho Stttt j

I the tree trunkH. A has been visIting her for several 1-3 I 1.12: ft for a lit ..r !h..N'. I henis Kllcn Carter Defendant lass You urn required. to appear onMonday Illnlltf I seeks dlv". ... Bradford .
cinpn on week" "inn. N .sr.!) ft, .K: 1KH ft. H 1tJ< ft.l|I No. D115. October 30tl .In the TeleKraph Khali pnbllxhthin For 1 Member ,of, th.

: ? long Handy road, leads buck to a \\' I''N ft In l pI uf .beif..-IVi A. i I I OIIDKR OF PUnLFfATlO.VANH above, I Court tB. cat,"". (ii'del.. I In next four weekly l 18. fleoroaentetit-i., .I u., Ho50 I

school house and a farm home Gladys Carter" writes that she Her. 2r "wp. 8 t4. II 22 1.. conliilnlnit 1 NOTIIF TO AI'J'KAIt wherein l..m..t eekn dUorce. HUeHVVIlnoso. Florida. M''. .
,; I 2 ,\'r'n. n>' iw or less, la'fmluiKed 8TATR : KatvKllen shall! For County
has been to we Buck's baby. J'IOIID- I trail, ford County Telegraph my hand and official
; whero I boarded no many winter under."l I'eitlfkate I Carter ... 1..10"1'"* IHi publish thin order, In next fourWltneHH Jewel Carter Johns Maxic\ Car No f,2H. I i Hemingway, South : For
The are falling I t .klv I..u" ., ZAtli, 1944. the "
I pecans 1'1'
t 1
II of lllk I Ward v'llv SecII -. YIIII, are required to appear on hand niul .offlrlul For County
tel" daughter has gone to New Lot fly : ] (ft OFFICIAL., ) A. J. Thomas A""r, Cout
now Moonlight\ : nUhU! soft TIl.| 7 H II 20 I':., IH embraced O..t.b"r 30th 1 Bf. In the ahni seal at Slaike., "'lurid. thin September An Clerk of I'J.\Court.T. . 1'01 Tax CiIIeoI"or I", .( Ti.

Hounds of evening. I am. no I York to schoolMarguerite !. under, fiilrt 1 rtlfIt-alw... No. 25. named Court cause, wh'relll.Ialnlltf 25th. 1144.: Flunk Ijamlriiin.n Murke\ Florida, County)' "' ,

: waitIng / Crews Is teaching lot S of Hlk It I \\anl flty fI..... aevka divorce iSral ford (OFFICIAL. frKAti) A J. ThuniuH Atty. for Jeff 92't-4t-1020| | 11'lh1O Inetruction ''' odont
'1 :) longer under the holly nee 1 IH emliracedunder County Telegraph shall publIsh this AH clerk of said Court. Five .
1 4 Twp. 7 M H 2ir" I 10, Cnmm, , .-
I love The iRBln/ at Yulee She ho..* bought I Order In next four, weekly iBBiieaWltnewB T Finnk, T-.unu'ium Staike. Florida' For One '
rjt : : for someone nalit IVrtlflmte No. 31. bund and. offlilulHeal I orin OK iLEe'I'io: 21f'tflt.r, ,.r"O''Sloo, "

wound of time hurt hurt terribly a car" and' lives in an apartment I..t A .t. IIlk 1O. \\111',1 fIIV K.0. I at Htark my Florida,, this September Atty. for Pit. 92a-4t-102U, To the Sheriff of Al) 'g Hoard of Piihh, IM,, ,",n Cw

.: ; she has furnlBhod. N 'rw,.. 7 1'1. H. 211 I':.. I. eint.rao'CditiIer 23rd, 1 1944! I County, of the State of l P: for For JI..I I,.- .r ,'I.(, I', '

I know now how green was $01.1 ,','I'lIrh'"I.. N... H. ( ) A. J. Thomas, IN nu\i>.OIU I fa It Known. That I. R. A. ( the rnn"WI'1' I"t' ,, I,," '
/ valley at Clay Hill. A 'letter from Hazel Johns' 1.1 I & \V 211 fI .f 1.1 :2 ..tIllc OI..ICI\. ( :MAI Court (' I''UTI'I''i" .-f'Olll'. I $ l' ( 1' Secretary of State of the State via: No. 1,,

;i whose other was killed. She 2" 141.. nl..n"hI, to I tanhlt.fl. T. Frank Landrum Starke.. Florid 4 tI11': ]'Iorld. do hereby give notice that For Conatublt ,I .?' .

Every Sunday night Daisy 1I(' Two. 7 4 '- flI Atty. for 1'lf S29-4t-10l20| ./loonies My.r.11.. Plaintiff vn. Jlelniii following .lu"I* , ,/-1' ,, o
r. : ; ; ,
Miiys they miss him terribly. I :roo.ol; ; U lid i t'I i. ,, I :.. .: I I Mvt-iH. l >.. 'ndant. Cui No. CJKNERAL ELECTION No. 1. No.5. t ,

t 'mg writes me. Louise Wllkln- John Starling wall burled at 8'..Ii IV (.llirtlT C M HT, IIHAIlfOltll .nix: : wil be held In JlItADFOltD C.ln- In Temimonj' Wh|, .

r of the and 'flit. Ii"P'CKIflC" II I i.t I ElM Nft Iii 1>1'1'- <:ItISIlY. KI.4JIIIII IV tlliN- | onr>ren OF pirnLifATioNAM ; State of Florida on Ttieaday herc-bnto sel m\ i, , *.
''n Is' out hospital now Long Branch Fililay.Belly . I I I J,
; , Y uiicler, "lei 'rlltl.I.' r.U Wits ) NOTlcn( TO APPBAHHT noxt succeeding the first Monday the Oreal Soul art' '

; Grace Lang hUH her small non Carter writes that the In ttie nOOn'S. or t'"knmvn: The FI'Henc. Helen St..rwold. Plain- ) AT 1-3 I OF I I.OIUI.\: Delmn.Myera I In November, A. 1>. 1944, the said I Florida at Tall ,IU", Stat'
iiss'sstflIit 0,? said Pr'.iiert y tinder tiff. v. Edward "Steuerwal.l. WhOs.- l (I-n.-ral. Tuexd.iv: lielnftheSKVUNT11 I this the twentx' I. ,
1 Clarence out of the hospital. Her pie supper at Clay 11111 will beheld said 'oil:IfId'14tNi... 523; 'an I lii 0 he Defendant. CIIBB No. 313V.oltliKH t lii-llv.'i,,) 1..1..1". \\'"'- : HAY OF NOVEMBER lint, A. D. 1144 flfu, ,,I. A

Monday night. Oct. JO. nil 111". ot I I':l'ii clot M't.(.Inlll.I I .; Th.' (>i K PlillMCATlONANI" KlnlaYou' For United. States Senator from I (BKAti)

"$$......I11PI1 t nt .."I Id ,.rc'J'Iy' U nd ci.sKiol .. ) NOTICIJ TO Al'I'WAH i i i8TATK an- rOflulr.c to appear on the State of Florida for six yearn t: '
I ,'l'rlitII9ote, N'... 25 isits In II,.. I OF FIXjniOA to: lidward In. the above from Jan. 3, 1945.1 I I. ';1.\\

; . lift iIl. tI "Ir. '1' T' Wnul$ ; 'rh" : Martin Hteuerwald whose renldence. ,I 0101"1 n..n1,1 Court nn.l cause, wherein" J'.r Eight (8) Presidential Elec I To ICON A. 0 Secro'tftrof ADlnI' SI.

; STARKE ids5Niileflt. ..r said "r"I'.ly uniter. la OU Kelly Park KocheBter.. New plaintiff. seeks divorce. Bradford MRADFOUD (uunB' : Sbo

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., : TRANSFER I Ij TheressaIty:i NOTICE OP ELECTION- ---- nlntn lllttni( and In".."" I41rti DI.trlctp .- 11a the followtnii amendment. ot See- .n WIthin mien municipality or "_ a. ana on .nl afle; u,

.. .1.1 he . '0" e .r of ( 24 of Article III of the Conntl- not oln..r.. of the term nrh ot
WMFRFA9 The Led'lfltttre. of IMtinder Sail ,
4 four and the Senator Pom the 'utlon M the Stnte of Florida relating The Cnuntle of Dade (Sconce .. Solicitors ' said Countlei
MISS Ida ot tIiSnf
the of 1583. a.
4 llaganJIrs Constitution
Portlfth Mnth' Dlvtrlct' ." i. to counts and municipal ov- each .nl. .e of the Count*
. .I.. u"lor municipality district Solicitor o
tote .. Re and ,
Flnrtda' dlcf 10 Jnlnt f> p
j S S S S S S S S S S S S S n. term at 1 InC Attomev
: .. if two from the frnment the clamilflcatlon of othe medal taxlnff now ere shall bf
Local And It'llnn. nrnnnftne, .*n..ndme t. to the . dItrlc. sboMilwi
/ Ip rnne.Ir.osns the Qeneral Election of 1944. anrt there- citIes and town. be end the iame la. .ted bv law which hereaftercheated aid Counties .n n1the i
I Edith Cameron, and Mrs ...*.. were nf the arreed 11..1.I'1".hl.trt t to. vote V, Otter,.. .11 Senator... shall he. elected, fore ofvncancv h..p.h. agreed to and .1 h ..b a. In each of meld Counties 0'sold the Cnl"I... Solicitor ""hln,Ih., ''
Long Distance . I. four .n enceot In e.. mltted t Florence Bowman of the Southern tn..-"ftinf...nil nemh ,. .I..H. 'In office. of Florida at the C..r"lI'1..r'on. of fix their renoectlve l"t. for the 0f the State Atiorne. i'a tsp d''

Tn, each, hn>", that the vote nn Filed office Secretor o Stat.Jun. R.ore..ntnt1ve* to ". 1944fop Ditranne of meamirlnff. budl.t' thenrilllABe COI"t'' fab t
of Staikewere 'm.
k Bell Telephone Co. R5fllOlVifl entered unonthetr '
: Hauling I eewieothre . 14 ennroval nr .'.rln' ''.1 !. tn ,. be tmoniied uoon oi-onertv Section I. On ana

visiting Mix. Elizabeth F'hilllpps .M" nv. thereon tmimnta and the with* iltd,ml 1.determine ren- .*. that Section 24 .1.1. fTI nf In cold, C."t. wb1ert to ad valoremor "'..atlo. of the term 0'''o. t.
A RESOLUTION Pronoidnf the Con.t1tiit1nn of th. State of Florida other ... within' the Criminal'
each C.
resneetlve rort
111 Sat. UNtO tolntwwttiiftoo. JOT ?,
who haM been on dlrecf t i t the sold
: : ,, he $ tn eteetornof II of Article V of he amended a. t read fol- munietnoilttipvni, district or otherneclat and Oranee Cnimtln R". o
t .h.t.H 55e Cnnrtltutlon ot the State of Florida Relatlnc low, taxlnff erea. and the Count pact ere. servl .hi',
urday. the .t.'. .0 . &' Flection In ** ?, h. .
I Phone 179BECAUSE Beck and .,..-_kvr 1" tn I..U. m.tlc mod JUStICeS Section t4 The Le 1"laMre, "n.Inb".h TAX .Awemmr In posh of sate Counties on Januar* I. loot th( ..
Miss Ida Mrs.
Hagan vow i m A n"*v. of tlie. P.. uniform av tem of eotintv hall?
Kenny Thomas were business! ". T"lf" the ...,. nf Florida 8P IT RFSOt-Vm BV T LrOJ8 and mnnlcinal government, which *hatthe add the Amount levied and Imposed both Cn," CnUr, .

...".t..1...* nntlee. tfc.* 0etweftal. f.ATURr OF THE STATE ., "e.I. evcent ,, ea.e. wherelocm tied mlllaffe. to the amount 1moo the C'v' Court. ROeoM em"
vlsitoia Melrose last week. .
to h o
t _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ELeCTION I That the following? amendmentS to Section nr 'l I law* are ornvldeda the respective Counties of Dnde and C"u C'rtme. .Iv, Cn.o',
II.) J. Phillips Sr., was a business he heM, eitch ..... 511044. 91 of Article. V of the Constitution mav hereafter 5'. nrnvlded. hv the Le Oranaa. abashed. and the ".
...n Tuewtv .... vteceodte. .then the State ef Florida he and l..,.". that mav b Incnn'lirtent Ihee Section t. That tin and sites mldl Clerks' "' the rvimlnsl Cn d"ll..,
visitor to Palatka Saturday. t"
M'eo.'s < Mn> .fc.. A D .l41 the ume l. herehv am-eed to. and the with "l wht. D."b.r St.t. 191. the Count* betfo Counties! .n4 Its 4it1.'

AfT. and Mrs. A. H. Kelsay left SeIR ."..A.. h.l", II.. te 'ame (hall be submitted to the Qualified "'I.." tn et State Ts" of Cottntlea' nf 'In the Clerk of the CIvi) ." .p .

ta 0EvEMrtJ. ross' .'.0"at the weneral election' la June 10 194.1.A .rf.. S..t.r Dade ".... !lal of Florida D.d. Count | Vn .e,.
? Friday for Crawfordsvllle. Ind, fee MHffeetlnn 1 NnVIMtl'N.eSell 1944 I. .,", or relectton.'S .hall each become .. Collector fAlren over .n" herom .
of where they will visit Mr. Ke1>luY'8 1.. ,.,,", Wow*'..tlo.. eeonon. .. ...endT.e ctlnn' I There. 'hall he not more JOPVT RFSOLUTTON Prnnnrtne for .. ad ..I".m and acreage ta-re duties CircuIt" of the re. .enlv, rwv" o.

.. to the Con-tltiitlon ef the State than five Ju.l. DI.I.c, l, eachcoontv Amen Section, Slv and Section' Seven. levied and Imposed for the calendarveAf Court In C.".and Orit 5, c.
father and, sister. of Florida e0. end .. .".1 .Ied one of A KVTTI of the fontltutlon nf 1941 and mbaemient vear lew- t..
1.1. ; : STEADILYRISING Turtle of the .. "rt. rent totes now reoulred to be col SectIon ... .
Peace the
Mrs. Lydia Hall has been con who ahall hold office lu.", S'.'e. of Florida RelMlne :.heTerm lected bv the Clerk ef the Circuit. under? t'ht the .""<.. MArllT

fined to her bed for .some time. A..Inn 5''M."rtuV4 P.n't..Oe. ,. 01..1'. Bxlrtlne' Jurtlre' Dltrlet areherebv nf Office nf P."n. Aooolntednr Court within of ald Cmintlsand A .. h.ll not .ntIt""vl"o.. .1
Fleeted ,
A tn ( I
ef Section I of Ar"'e "I ... Fleetlv Inchidln 1. n oObe
all Count and increased
: The people of this communitywish of '*, rnn tltiitlnn ef innrlda, Relating ..171. hot th. Office U"" Said Constitution.IT All ad valorem taxed cm".ln" hut 'the e/
and Im- mon
N.tiS ) from eerewee taxes
her a speedy recovery.J. ,. Tii. |onB" hanffe the boundaries. of .1m.such t. tm. r"1..Vn'.A.. Dn.P S.. an* munlctnallt' tnwn. ",.. ''"n_..shall.ur.eontlnue new, rtmiM! .5")

E; : PRODUCTION M Rw, r%f B. f write. trlct raw h..n. e tahllnhed and TIRJ np TI ni JRmA. or other '...In. district, bonn h. the len..1 Inw ? has returned to OtiS
: J. ZelRler TH for Ft-ORIDA- o .
.. ,
4T1 within
f niev .. new or .abolish anv ouch T. ,... ... .. I II .n.. .. aW fount'* now I.. or ma.
his home after 'a week's stay inAlaeliua 9..1ln..f.. U..eo'Ret t. 'ee1'Ion "l.trlct .bl. .e, hereafter exlutlnit"Provided I ; II Soil Section T of I" XVTTI and the Levl-iiriire. ma. orovlde (tintcare I.'.. n-". of. h..n., _.
I t ff Artlxta rT nf the Cnn tl nof 'he Conntlfitlon tff .
the of of said Colleptnre mIen collect onlorles|
nr .
however that anv I h orrrlh' ,
: COSTS FTnHdN retntloe, ,..... he .o4'he 0. Florida : .h.1 tholr .*
tr he
County Hospital.Mrs. ". chance hall he vjbmltted' to the and the some la heretic. any other taxes or 05. -omoen.Atlon frnnfc..,.
... .
I. herehv mWh . e reed enrt the ni9 h n viih.fitted et I. within Cmtntle. Oitch over. Ih" "M'
S. R. Swindell. :Mrs. Caw- I oeonle of anv eountv effected bvefer "o 1..1" .1. sorb off"1"'
.. ... m l
> n.hmKteif .
tn N. eleoton '
the of the lertor shall t". "mes the l
ndum the next ensuingeneral ( .u.lf. .... ".. .ml to herein, "tnt." MHItlrn.l
4 The thon and daughter Irene were ". .FlorMn.. foe c.015-SOnn 0. refection .lection II.. ef P"arldp! ."... .. nr *e'ectfon n..ed nroner ., each ,..'' Pike ""r sad b* allowed "
; 5 rie-r 0 V.-,| ..1"" held Filed In State *t the newt enulM. .en_.i electlnn. In their, P.enet'tlVe CAimtle* nta emnlnvee. 0,.
t b
Secretary "lh.r.. lnd
I visiting. In Starke. Tuesday 'IC erwrn" nt
5011 ,.. ' 'f. o thot l. .
June 10 184S: tn. se.TI5 i.flon_ .1 .. taves enlfeeterf fnrf* t : TELEGRAPHFINDS Mrn E. S. Sibley and M...... R. Section I Telte ,. .,.".. .StSfl .. snot T Article TTVTTT n' >". Con."tltiiffnn be nwvMed h.' law:- Fach Toe he B""I.H..m.. Comni'' lnn.'nf ; fr
fne e ttnlfor > .n<* r... ofT nf the te'. nf Florida' heamended r-niiectnr shot entice earn tax tatement ."* 0 ;

M. Hersey were business visitorsto .t'on eyeent that I ". neovMenr A. 101? RtOLUON ..1n*Constitution an tn ee.d a* follow** In full .nd .".1 loot,. bn 0,.. ..'h..I. ... mar ouch ,nlh.. et.hIS-4.!
.na l PoSe _,_ _' " "" .
nr nw lntn tement
eetlnw whIch
ehall .sf
Starke Saturday. nf Florid bv artdlne thereto 0 T. nf nfflee nw .. efflwlntttreir ftfltflPo'tf'n'''
Sxt. Caaon of Avon .0.511 ftP1a.T5* bft4 eop0 sap.4.I .. as ... .. Additional Section Relatlna to the .tl ..on' ., vaeencle. In anv 0 d valorem a acre... taxes aqeessoS en..o, < S0'ecIi.l' ''aw (th,. ww*
Grady no .Te.-q two dnllee nf 4trirtv en. "" ealendur, *e. *.f this Article' ,
: riectlrm' of Itate A"nrnevm. el1.. (moVr Con.tlt ... ..I be ielTewi.t
IT NECESSARY Park was visiting Mr. and Mrs. 'he ,-.-.1. .. Vlleh (. .". Court . and I.d.Count t* .ttnn ...d nntv *. tKe ". ..h narcel of real. nrnnert end nro"rti The t'r. "0. "vo .rpm_
o. 0 c.I. neon .,"' that so R..c. and < Oheo4i.( ..f. *'. Mon av I. lot of ner nr.l ..ert*. and ." '.... ., t 011. .,, iOu
ewesat o- .
Dan Raley on Friday of last Mnv ) .. hv t- ..1. "T end ..
.griteeo MMH Tannarv
aha'l l t eell Sert .
.hl. nert eo .
$ the of Record F election and .II. h .. nn> Art!,' wj
,( TO INCREASE ITSSUBSCRIPTION week. V POPO ". .' ne o'ner "'. >. 'ambi'. *Co..r. Providing .flllne .- .........". ..f.... .i ,.. noon ...h n. of real -et th.. effect h. i l i l

.. .. ... .. fate'. Vacincle e. anv of ouch Office* ".tlnn' r..n -s.c. e'eetlnntn ..w* rt* for .eh e.ler**.. vear an** .The f, .l.t. "' m.. h..1..c 1
I few ef "" "0. ..TI twev .2NOTI. Prior Pb. the Fll.. Ttii. after the CI|" vee.neln. 'In eifflen '..t. election.halt ..II. >>e old, h. each rntlector. so tw he rnrnnen.nttnn, of ri. "(ftrw.
: 7 Vt n iiiKiir ( oiitr. \iiKoitii nn 'he i11.p which n I.eN.eh7 he A. rtertvlded h. law eelaCntint "*. .
0 F .
1'0iT'. . (Ulln'l I'OJ I" t- 5 .
a the nrH .
'Im. """W- nomtnnneln* nn tI.. 04 Tiiedavf 'roes. nd tee certiff e"of fflee .rfeete beret.. .. it
: S iiti'Itila: ._ of tnt. .. ntti.. Iten (. .. bv. the Oovernor. and -onIrmMfnn .. the -. lS-.Ss v In lanuarr ... .nld and which b* law.. Vase.nn ..11 ,. .... h...,4.$
t RATES the SenateF .. .
Mill*. .Plaintiff VN. John r.Mill .ent d foe pci.fl5A5nft ..'* tnv tn ... mrn election"Fsnt.TrTT'lV' . ,. .. enm'.rfsd l.. tIt'" eaa. 0.S. in'S flra'te ..4 nenntrnl
I .. I Oefrndant. I'ii... :No. ..1:111OKI : . lion nf nil .v- l_>,, so.. IT RFSOfVFfl BT TTT f FOtf *,- 5. eaae.'teA rtv Sloe. se..4". oft fe.. .nd C"rharf"nM xl of'
Pt,0. 0.
qr : AS FOLLOWS IKK: OK. \\lLH'\TIO!\ )N AND.VITICK I nentli. *".. nnle| ...". ".. nec1.* OF T cI'ATV OF Ft.ORTDA- II 1l141.A ..? Secretary 0' State .... .pi4 ,.. OPI0S555 .o5,4 9'. ... .. "fflelal, within' each. uU' Or
I TO A. ..I.\lt e te n. ra'e* n. $0,. r..e. Mnl1eee4heeeAnrn. That Article the Co""n ofhe xro rate benefit e>f e... -t.r04..-> t"' o

ST\Tli OF FLORIDA. to: John mev h> *. .". I.. N.el.1l.1.tire tite of Florida he emended bvaddln .. Hn* aiitk.rit*' nl_ ...n b. m.4. 50ena .

t EFFECTIVE: SEPT. 1 I' Mill whoHe renidc-nce. IH iJt.- .nd .. II >..... nf thereto en addl>'nnal ..ectlonto ,n" |>* P.. ..* n.nlet<_ end ,"..... for <1e". sad 5. 5.!".. .5.._.''
nil ..lIpi > Pie Imnwtt Section 47 ef eald Aelete H Ar"VTH the .aI_. .. n. *rnd A"'
ti-nit ;II"'hIIlan.V..II f tat OT Dliitrlct anifmnnlclnul a* . .. .. fmano.4 .. ." b. Ianre .
> ,,
to I I are leiiulrcd to appear' on titve*. ... .h.1 ". relating' to the .'_(1". StateAtt ,"on.Mtiitnn, nf. the Stnte of Florida ''. C"... ....., p50.15.,... .,ttbnPISV. 'in H rtlnn 0' ArtlMe It nr ft.'i,4-.vm" r.Ob.*

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named. **1 aflon en nennertv hOOP eeelnd nf Reeorri end Coitntv o1leltor "0wev .. ... *
Court and cau e, wherein v. ."0.LA' rrorier vtYtt far faxeii eieto 05 'nsf., In full . !
force f' '-4
c plalnllff seeks. divorce. Bradford ner.nnnl rcer.tln. wifeh t>, Hi* ...,_ end V>Hc1tnT nf the n,T STATF %.FtORTDAThe .nP04e... end .n . 504..044POnn 0etfq oslO, ,. '..'.. sef.
ftf 1 Year 2.00 t'.iiiltj. Tfli-icrnph H h a 1 II 1 pubIIahhits .0 fn.v tie e.*nnte<* lie tw .rt a>. ef eemb1a Countvlnd ".. S ef A. v nf a.h .1- mad fssan01eT,1... o'nvhtn' "..rtf the' f'n.tttiio'i" 'I

_ ,_ Order In next four weekly liWltneHH tilefn>| edlieoMon tlt.t.rj wlenMftPre"etmt I earne herehv tn. end .he Contention nf the ttn .. ?- .. 0.P.o..t .h.n .nu1u'04 ..a4SI.Sloted fttafe ., rtnHd ..tct'e'f, So '
. ennr",Me nviennee halt he ithnltted tn nf 4e relafne Co'tntv ('. ph. < .
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*nornved fi* the Covernrtr V 0 *>tate nf Ftnrl't* for efece'ifm nrlection and SI,. ,. . ... ... . .., |.
; ',$ 6 Months 1.10 my hand and official 1* a* the FleeMnn .. .. .. ""H .," ""1",.. .t. ' .. . 'n full force moot p00.. .. 004
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2n.... I 544.tI.'FIriAi FfleN. Office Secretary Statf nn thN..t 'r'ie.dssft.r a 01h'0to4 eleetne* - .. 'he nrooort' e.f .axe. .''flce anIn . .... nO.0.0,50-
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I Clerk of nald Court.T. 5n Rp.pstSto ". !het- '" ieee of ". ". as .oee-
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I ATtro., ''.. .4 ... '" ..or nf the f ._ nf "...A ilc f1 the *""".... nf men 4'.. ..tasoiO. -.liM*. 55.t '... I ddlr, 7n.-efo 4IAfpl.a.i, s.5'-'

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